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r Z OESERET EVENING NEWS THURSDAY MARCH 31 1910
EDUCATORS MEET
HERE TOMORROW
City and County Superintendents
To Gather Here in Bi
ennial Session
r
1I
TO DISCUSS BIG THEMES
Prominent Idrcil fa f Wrr In
1twr OM Itnttorlait t tIlp4Vi
OItftII ItfIiOI WIot
landing educators throughout I h
al 1 will gather tomorrow In the bflI
nisi mnetlnt of the city and count v
Miperlmmdenta The convention whl < h
will occupy two days will he held n
room No m of the city and count
building
Three session will be hold tomorrow
the first at 10 a m with the others at
r and I pm On Saturday the morning
session will begin at 130 am and the
convention will conclude with the aft
ernoon session at 2 pm
At each session prominent educator
S III speak upon assigned subjects and
the varlou pha es of educational work
will come In for general dlscuulon
The principal speaker at tomor
IOWM meetings will be President J T
Klngsbtiry of the UniveraUr of Itah
Prenldent J A Wldtaoe of the Agri
cultural college and Prof Wm M
art prmclpal of the Utah state
normal sckool
The program fur the meetings fol
lows
Friday 10 am
Address The Trend of Modern Edu
cation Prof J T Klngcbury
The Present Course of Htudy for the
Rchool Outside of Cities of thlt Pint
and second Class Suggestive Chang
es Dlacusslon by Supt c R Msrcu
Nan of Carbon county Hupt A U Miner
of Banpetc county Kllpt D C Wood
ward of Emery county Hupt Orson
Hyan of Waaatch county
FrIday 2 pm
° ICdocatlon and Industrial Mfe
President J A Wldtaoe Agricultural
coUage
00TIIe Importance of a Definite Course
nf Professional Htudy to be Pursued
by the Teachers prof J M Mllla su
perintendent of 1 hoots drden
The Importance of Medical Inspec
tion In Our School dtectiaaton by
O N ChiMe uprrlntendent of schools
Utah county Dr Beatty secretary
slate tsMrd of health Supt h W Ash
ton OfHfM dtotrtct
FrI4p I pm
S2 Otwimon Hrhool iMrrlculum
1raT mMan M mewart principal
Utah utile nonna school
Care of fcbool Property Supt I
K nertaen of Wober county Duwua
loftupt H W Valentine of Hox >
M county
flMwrdiV tW am
IkmvldtMU Instruction Veraua Mean
Intrvettoti In aVhooU Hupt D H
Chrtatenten of Malt I ake city
To What Extent Hhould Induatrial
VMveatttMt Be Taught In the Grades of
Public ftekwMiT 8 vpt Aim Moly
IkMtM ywwrtnlendenl of U gmn Utah
1txrIdent M Mumford of
u JiIf Wcity and Bunt Oeorge Sperry of
Jil AIr
Vahrt fIC stammer Schools to Tench I
eft n MHM B V lAraon of Cache coun
ty Ofctrnoslon Bupt Jnsoph Plnllmmn
of Mltord county
aMurday I pm
How Can the Superintendent Make
Ilia Ofnelal Visit to Schools Moet Kf
facUVer Hupt John Hansen Jr uf
Jordan district IMcuslon8u > t Wil
liam S Itawllna of Prove ttah
Compulsory School Attendance In
Kural Districts Supt David Hmlth of
Kane county Dlacusalon Bupt o tl
Anderson of ttarfleld county and Supt
U W Wllklns of Summit county
General dlacuaslon
dleuealonp
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BOXELDER FRUIT OUTLOOK
Mayor Thomas H Htackbum of
Hricfcam City which la the center of
the fruit Industry In northern Utah
cam down from Boxelder county this
morning and report that eo far aa
Investigation has been made ttle froat
of the forepart of this week have done
no widespread damage to the fruit of
the county The fronts nipped some
of the apricots and early cherries but
the damage ii far a present Indica
tions go will only result In part of th
hud being blasted leaving sufficient
on the tree fUr a good crop The
peache are not out Far enough to be
much damaged from early frosts their
critical time will be a little later but
moat of the orchardlstH are now pre
pared for frost with their smudge
pate and by title mean hop to ward
oft pending danger IP to thl morn
Ing however the situation baa noth
ing alarming In It and we hope for a
good fruit crop all around this season
IN FROM MEXICO
VINI Arrival fit Olitmh 14flllle tit
Attend ConfetwiiT
Among the conference arrival to
day WM Hon W D Johnson of Die
Meg who came In via California he
states that about M of the Church au
thorities from Mexico will be In t
tendance at the conference Mr John
son My that It required five day
for them to make the trip owing to
railroad delay They had heard noth
ing of the death of Prealdent Winder
until they reached Halt lake and were
naturally grently shocked at the Intel
ligence though glad they reached the
city In time to attend the funeral
Mr Johnson say that business con
tinue depressed n Mexico the ootrclty
of money causing great lnconvnlnoc
to the people who have bountaoua
crops but find It very dlfncult to ob
tain cash for them
TAXATIOX THE TOPIC
Call fnr Contention of Cowmv iauee
in AudltiM Clerk Hiul Trmeturr
A call for a convention of county a s
Mann auditor clerk and treas
urer of Utah to be held In Bolt Lte
Juno > and t will be lasuud by BtatJ
Auditor Jess D Jcwkes thl woek
Mr Jawke will also make a tour of
t tat within u short time to con
nit with the various county official
ragartlng a tentative program for thj
i on n Ion
Cum of the thing sought for In th
meeting nf the official In convention
t U HIP extanllnhment nf R permanent
i oreuIIzt Ion that will hue for its i > ur
> rwe Hinuial incellimK lit whlih nut
toi lelatmg ti Hi pHmnenl unit
nll > < m nf tuIxu tS II u clliHOr
tint < I i tiled UIII II I IIkly thai
oI I ixitu expert Hill be aII 1
t i i I II dlllll incntln tnt
I 11 II Ih 4IoJCl r
lax allJ clhd
Cold Catching
Weather This
J
A bottle of White
Pine and Tar and White
Pine Expectorant im
mediate I y relieves
ought and colds
No matter whitt you
want for the sick room
wr have it
Call ii < upboth
uhttji UK
7h Pur Drat
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Dispnssry
112114
South 1vhio
Street
DUNGAN HEARING
STILL DRAGGING ON
Willie TrMIMr Tim 1luiut 1nlii te
iiolnl N urf i III Apiximilly
Carried UmU In Hand
The preliminary hmtrlng or U M
Duncan colored chttrgxd with the mui
tier of Archie Pain on the night of
March II was not concluded In thu
criminal division of the city court the
morning a expected and the ease wa
continued until Friday morning for thn
purpoae of further cross examlnatlmi
of Jamea J Woods a wltne for th
prosecution who was with Fain uii
the night of the shooting
This morning young Henry Emery
wee on the stand for further croaaex
amliiAtkm by Ally K A Roger U
tectlrVed that when Wood and Kaln
returned to the bonfire they stepped
out from behind tree and that
Fain had something In his hand which
looked like a rock
The witness said that when Wood
lint spoke to Duncan he said to the
latter
Im from lleorgla and we would Just
aa mon kill you R s not
This testimony wu corrotioralw by
the statement of A 11 lAW aged
U year He said that he distinctly
SMW the rock In I lns hand when
the latter and Woods returned to the
Iwniflro and he knew there would be
trouble aa Wood had previously re
furred to Duncan as n nigger and
fend told the boy they should net as
social with a nigger The hearing
trill no doubt be concluded Friday
morning
CONCERT AND INSPECTION
Col Soiitt lo bo Otic l of < Jotcnior
Anil WnnliMi nt 1rlion
Col W B Scott and taff of the Flf
teenlli Infantry will be its guest of
Uov Wllllsm pry the stale nrtaon board
snd Warden Pratt till afternoon lad
evening In sn Inspection of the tilt
onion end particularly the new cell
house While the Intpectlon U being
made the InisMtM of the orison will be
n H rars treat hi a concert by the
mrtaealh Infantry band
When the Invitation WHS extended lo
Col ajeott by Oov Bpry the former cr0
erounly UIUatf4 that the treat enuld
be given tile prlMmers sod the otror
of the band WM glartly aceeptsd The
hand will render sn hours program giv
ing to the prisoner the mulcal pleasure
which Is often longed for within the
walls of the hill institulnn
The visiting party at the prison will
consist of Inv Spry Col Hentt And tuff
and in O R Prouti and JiwlK H W
Htewart and members of the prlaen board
a
BAD FALL WITH POLE
Clmrlc llenl n lliuiiiiin Him H Nar
row Kxiitw Irom Death
Chsrles Heed a lineman sued M years
employed by the Utah Light 3 Railway
company and residing at 4M sooth
Fourth West met with a painful acci
dent shortly before noon today on West
Tempi between Fifth n jdrlbn South
streets
Used was enoaaed In taking down some
wire wad while climbing an old and rot
ten pole the pole broke hurllngReed to
the ground with great force That the
man wa not killed I regarded cc re
markable but the pole mlsd him and
he escaped with s broken ankle The left
ankle was fractured and Reed was slight
ly brulwd and cut He was hurried to
the IT W II Groves U D S hospital
where the friture was reduced At last
accounts Mr Reed was reitlnc easily and
It Is not tMllrvcd lie will suffer any per
manent Injury
p
TOLD IN MANY TONGUES
The proclamation President Tart
relative to the duty of people to answer
question from the venau enumerator
has been received here printed on large
card In M different language as fol
lows English Armenian Bo hem Inn
Bulgarian Danish Finnish Wench
German Clreek Italian Japanese
Lithuanian Mamar PollehPortuguene
Russian Hervlan Slovenian ftnunkth
Kwedlsh Hyrian Yiddish
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DRISKELL PREFERS DEATH
Atly Matthoalah Thom said to
Ltrlskell In the sheriffs Ohio title morn
Ins aftei ho had been sentenced anti
ass waiting to be taken to the state
1 rlennOrikil
Drlikell It you got a new trial you
may get tuck won than this
Drlikell sullenly replied to Mr
Thomas
Well Id rather go the other route
than this meaning that he would pre
fer a death sentence to a life In prison
S
SCOROHING CHAUFFEURS
I tP4tltillI4 on Situ a Street Ill In AniiH
AiiHliHt Spcctlr A IIIt
J P Hann and a number of othfcr
ulllann reldlii on lower Htate trt
hav declared war upon tile speeding
automobile According to rdnt In the
vicinity Stale itreet la being turned Into
S veritable race track by umpiring enauf
tears and It Ia not uncommon to see oar
pdln two abreast to the danger Of
traffic and pedestrians Mvaerally
lAM cvenlnx Mr Hanaen had an cc
perlenr while riding hIs wheel with a
scorcher who wa peeling wagon on the
wruiut side and usnie within two inches
of makliiK him a candidate for a dab
at the morgue A cimpalon with the ob
ject In lew of taking the number Of
offending machine and carrying the com
plaint 11110 the pclle court Is promised
p
MirOllXIA KXCttllSIONS
In rrgubul Short IInc
Sun Krandxi unit return 13000
IOK AngeleH nml return 4000
Ticket one HH la Portland at
fllghlU higher rates
I utttC lOr mil April 4ih to 8th In
di v >
city kkct otac 01 Main Htreut
TRIBUTES TO
THE DEPARTED
I Continued from page one
friendship had been thu cemented and
they had grown to love each olh r
HUT NKIHI I MOKIU8
President Ncphl L Mnrrli mill h
hicl MtltNcUon In hearing the well
deserved tribute 1ld to PresIdent
Winder I thai cherish hla memory
a long M I live as will the Latter
day Saint and all who knew him ha
ueid In conclusion
PKK8T FRANCI8 M TOYMAN
President Iymn when called on
Mid that President Winder ought the
Ixird early and wa never fornaken
Hr wee our brat friend Ho wa a true
man In every particular He wa al
way the cam Ha wae considerate t
all true to his friend and would havu
been just to hi enemies If he had had
any but he did not have HH enemy
He WItS a potent factor In the adratal
tratlon of President Young and dur
ing 1 Rubaequent administration No
man ever came more worthily Into the
Itruut presidency than he In him teuny
he found an example for all men
KIDKR HKBKK J GRANT
Klder Hrber J Grunts brief addraaa
summed up wa to the effect that
umme I tht
John f winder ban done more to
me In the hour of trouble and linen
rial stress than any other man May
we he as loyal and true In our every
day life as he has ever proven throughout
out hla life la my prayer
1RBBT JOSEPH K SMITH
Inwtdeat Joseph F Smith the lest
Kpeaker Mid ho could not truat his
feeling to enter upon a lengthened
discourse No doubt the family feel
deeply the death of their husband he
Hdded and father but If any felt his
bus more deeply than the ipeaker he
py
felt to pity them He had been as
Hoclated with Irenldent Winder fur
many yearn In civic affair In military
affair and In Church administration
After the completion of the temple J
entered therein under Prealdcnt Hnow
Since the afmoclatlon In the First
PresIdency President Winder had b
come more and more dear to him I
any man loved him more than I do I
say Uod bless that man he alHrmed
In his military career and 1 other i
phases of hl life he never sought
iltlce nor honors they were Hlway
In search of him Heaven Itself could
careely b more true than President
Winder wa true Numerous tele
ntm and letter hove been received
from Ira In the Church and out
of UH Church expressing sorrow at
the loss of President Winder
While we today cannot see where
we can fill this vacant place the Lord
In aWe HtMl will 1 his own time raise
I other who will take up lh work
where he left off In the world and who
will be aa faithful rrhape f he haa
been concluded PreuWSnt Smith
The choir pang the hymn Heat for
the weary soul and the benediction
wits pronounced by Rider Seymour 1
Young
Al the corpse w being borne from
the building Prof J J McClellan ren
dered ConolathMi on the organ
AT TUB URAVK
The grave In City cemetery Wa dedi
a1 by Iltohwp Tlnsey music for the
wrvlcv being furnished by the Temple
choir After the brief eervlce Rtehop
c W Nlbley thanked thoe In attendance I
Iwo o behalf of the family for their
kIndness In the hour of 1 bereave
ment There were more than 2000 pet
ple at the cemetery for the service
FUNERAL OF GEORGE CALDER
IJnrlv Comer In tlnh Dim at Ills lluinu
lit Vernal llnrlnl Occurrlne Today
At Vernal today occurred the burial
of Oeore twider an early corner to
Utah and a native of StUd hh
death havlpo occurred Tuesday after
an lllnoM lasting over a considerable
> erl < Ml Hurlal was In the Vernal came
ery Air Culder la survived by I wi
dow two daughter and several song
lie wa I brother of David O Caldcr
William Calder both of whom preceded
him to the crave and of Mrs John
e Mackay T widow wise Mary lien
nloii tlmmhUr of Hlahop ll nnlon Ha
ba for neveral years been a resident o
Vernal since the sale of the old estate
known aa Calder farm imrrlwaed b
the proprletora of Wandamer and oth
er
5
DEATH OF PIONEER
John Kiirdloy DIM nt Si ficorcg at I
Itllio Old Ac o of SI
John Kuril ley age fl year one of
the pioneer of the tale died at S
George Monday He waa a brother
of James K rille > age SO year now
Ivlnx In the Third ward of flhlt lAke
The funeral was held at t OeorKe
Tuesday The deceased I survived
by the following children Mr Clara
P Mason Parker Ida Mrs Louisa
I KaHcett Lund Nevada Mr Mary
J HldlnR PHnRiittch Mr Florence
C Hawka Uarland John and Dru
Illa Hardlny St George Mr James
N lull and Iteire entatlr IS J
K r4le > Salt l ake City
Mr Hard ley Wt born at HwailllriK
oat Derbyshire Kngland Auxuat It
12 He Joined the Church In 1841
and emigrated to America fourteen
yean later where he mraRed In ml
sloimry labors under President Qeorica
Q Cannon In 1160 he came to Utah
living In the felxth ward In 118 he
moved to St George
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STATE STREET DEAL
Approximately JIMOO was paid Wed
nesday by D I H Allen and Or O
W Mlddleton t Walter T Cope for
Stt feet frontaav 0 Ut wt ride of
PIlate street between Heventh and
Elirtitli South strode That Is about
UI a front foot The porches was
made aa an Investment but the Indica
tion are that the anvil bulldliur now
occupying the ground will give
nuplnl rolll wi way
before the year la out to a big dare
room propoaltlon
NEW POSTAL MANAGER
H M RoWnaon MhhlivUi City
Ind arrived Wednesday evening to
t ke the managers dwk with the
Po tal Tekwrapto company In place of i
W W Mirrlwm who M preparing to
u ta his former home A Dos
MoiNes la to nll there In biml
nes
noesB ra
R L POLK IN THE OITY
President H tPolk of the directory
companyI nillng th marKKefi chair
after the death of Mr cx > pr and ex
pects to i > man hen for 10 day by
whlrh time he will have selected omu
ni In ftucceed Mr Cooper permanently
He was Intending to have been hero
some nekn ago but was prevented by
the Itattle mountain washouts and had
to go oast from California nrotind b1
the Santa Ke Mr I > olk says Mr Coop
er left his local bun affairs In ex
cellent MhHie Ms he wan ltvny a
KVnteniatlc man ami careful In mat
t TB or detail
r New Incorporations I
Artlee Of incorporation of the Kim
iMllltlclmrdii Hul ding comaiiy of
Halt lAke Here filed In the count
clerks office pdnerdsy The capita
Mock Ia fixed at 1100000 divided into
shares of the par value of IOO each
The officers ire Claude Richards
president Stephen U RIchards vice
prmldent Spn secretary and
trenaurer These officers with Hebei
J Irani And F J Nebeker form the
dlreetorat
A epy of the article of Incorpora
Un of the Upton Ditch company No
11th
1 ef Upton Summit tOIPIY filed
In the office of the vecretary of state
Wednesday The capital stock of tho
company to JI7BO divided Into shares
0 I each a7O officer r J 1
Judd treldent J 8 Haxton vice
president William Robinson eore
tary and treumirer These with
Oeorye j > Judd end Frank Clark r
the director
In a cop of the article of Incor
poration of the FldelltyPhenlx In
uranre company of New York filed
with the secretary of elate Usher J
Grant I named aa the resident agent
for the name In Utah
An amendment to the article of In
corporation of the Tennessee Itebel
Mining and Mllllnr company flIed
with the secretary of utate yesterday
provide for the change In the prin
cipal ptHce of builnea of the corpor
ation from KUrtka 1 PrdVd Jeers
Knight ii president and n J Allen
ecrctary of the company U
BIG INVESTORS HERE
Pcnn Jliitunl llfo ln OflloInU took
I iig Into I mit tet bout Ilcld
President Oeorne K Johnson and
of the
Secretary John Humphreys th
Penn Mutual Insurance comnnny of
Philadelphia with K a Holt the
flsnverageat A at the KuuUford for
a few day They are twins enter
tamed and ahown about the city by
Local General Agent fri and ar
C well phMMwd with lh local outlook
that the inilladelphla visitors r proposing
posing to largely Interest themselves
In Salt I k real Ute
PERSONAL
President Jeseph Nelson And Man
ager J K tngford of lh Haltalr
railroad and resort are In Chicago on
business connected with the resort
W P IloMtter a holes newspaper
man and wife are visiting In this city
General rent Hsnhorn of the Pacific
came down from
Bxpreo company frm
Pocalelki thin morning am reports
fairly thick Ice having formed on the
water near the track I the way
from Idaho I
The llav L S Fuller baa recovered
from hi attack of laryngItis rainclent i
ly to visit the doctors olllco but he I
I s not yet able tri Ilk
l COURT NEWS I
nivoiici is Moiiinn
Under a stipulation and agreement
mode hjetw5emItvrbert Van Dam Jr
and his divorced wife Lydia Mary
Van Dam the decree In divorce ren
dered Jut 1 IftAft was modified
thin mornhtg bY Judge I W Morse
Under te agreement the custody of
the lyearold child goes to the
father and the former wife receives
uel each In lieu of I future alimony
The orlsjtml decree provided for tl
I month alimony The child will be
cared for hy the grandmother Mrs
Jane C Rvans and the mother Is
given peratrBelnn tu vWMhif cWUI t
all time
WIDOW SUKS MINK OWMSHS
Putt to recover J200M damn Res waa
flied In the district court Wedntmlay
by the widow o Phlllppo Plro analnit
tM Independent COM A Coke company
and V M Davies and Arthur Hammer
Wright ofnors of the romimny at Ken
Iworth The complaint alleges that
the death of llro was caused by the
negligence o the company Plro having
been compiled to traverse I narrow
edge not properly fgiiarrtei whit
going to and from his work On Jan 4
It Is alleged because of snow and tee
allowed to collect on the ledge J > lr
missed hisfooting and wa hurled
down the mountain side Mark Pro
widow of the decmaaed miner and Ieoii
ante Fire the dependent father appear
a plaintiffs
SUIT IOll PAHT1TIOV
The Utah Saving TM company
Is guardians of BaanmtxU i wrenie
Vllllam Karrington nd Catitne DIn
woodsy minors today tiled suit In the I
probate division of the Third district i
court smoking the partition of the whole i
o f lo 7 block 4 plat A Halt buke
City mtnnrr situated In First West
Street between Second and Third South
treeta In which I Is claimed the pe
Itloners have a oneseventh interest
The following are made defendant
each representing equal interests In the
remainder of the estate II 1 DIn
woodey Af1 C Dlnwoodey Helen It
n Jennings Kdyth IC D Wright le
t D M11 and Ikwenc K D Mor
rut i
Jmt liSt ON A llltV
Judge C W Morn this mottling en
ered judgntvnt ainMnat H 8 Preder
ckaon et a In favor of the Hlo f r nile
umber eOn for J4WIO being th
amount of a Hen for material furnished
In the erection of a residence In Fifth
avenue between It and U streets
SUKFAINKD ON APPKAU
The verdict given In Judge Howmans
court finding I a Merrill guilty of
having brought milk Into the city with
tot first having secured a twrmlt from
the food and dairy Inspector was siw
tamed In Judge Lewiss division 0 the
district court this morning The de
endant was fined JGO hi the lower court
and appealed t the district court
fiitow inii 1oit iifiiciaitv
Dan Orow the yearold youth
who after his commitment t the slain
ndUHtrlal school slashed at Probation I
Officer ehu A Sperry with a pocket >
knife while attemiitlng to make tile ax
ape will b reqtrired to answer In
ha district court to the charge of hur
j ls ry In the second degree drow WM
found guilty by Juvenile Court Judge
dcMaater of having broken Into the
tobyfluff Hug company with Intent
to steal and wais committed to the
aformatorv While being taken to
he county jail by the probation of
JU
leer Grow tried to escape and drew
out a pocketknife with which lie al
ttcked the officer T complaint
charging burglary was Issued this
morning by the county attorney
CHAIICI AOUNST IIOWAIll
George Howard a member of the
boyish gang of thieves recently cap
lured In ICalllday was chargml In a
omplaliit Issued this morning by the
county attorney with the crime of
burglary In the second degree The
7yearold boy IM charged with hav
log broken Into the Iranlte Meroan
lle companys store at Kleventh I t
An Heventeenth South street and
stolen a pair of shoes Howartl Is
bought to have been the ringleader of
the hand of rive youthful thieve who
rrpenred week before the juvenile court thin
RAILROAD NEWS J
ctixTitAcrr roit HAIIIIOAD
tlali Conixr IntcrrvlM tit Hiillil Iron
Mine l ii Mill
The contract for the construction ol
the Illngham and UarHeld Ilallroail
company fnm IllnRhani to the ruli
Copprr mills and then on to the Oar
field smelter has been let to the Utah
Construction company The road is
backed by practically the same people
an are behind the Utah Copper
The Iinf waa surveyed some tints ago
and It is being built
Rn MInI bit to mere adequate
ly tIPNi the eompenymu ore from the
mine In Can rVrk 0 main Illngham
canyon Tho grade will b SH per
cent the maximum curvature being t
degree I entails the boring of thru
tunnel of oonlderable length and
much heavy construction work I
will lie built high up on the mountain
side long The new road will b 1 miles
CITOIP OIKNKD TODAY
DaniHiK Dono N llcnulnil IliiinorH
Of New ICntilo Around Ijikr
The damage done to the Iucln cutoff
by th storm early In the week was
ropalred this morning no that No 1
left t the west from Ogden on time
aH the Mcintyre Heath special waa
the first train Into Ogden this morning
from the wet However the Injury
to the Western Pacific Interlake grade
was such that repairs cnn not be ef
fected under five days so that trains
can paaa
With the take rising two feet an
nually the situation of tile Western
Pnclttc to becoming Interesting A rise
of another foot will send the wave
flying over the roadbed even under
ordinary thl wind morning A railroad man remarked
The rather comber outlook Is o
cHitonlng talk about joint occupancy
with th Salt Lake Houla track around
the point of the mountain thorn elimin
ating th eight mile of track out In
the lake Till will necessitate build
ing perhaps 10 miles of new road by
Ib Western PHclllc around the south
west corner nf the lake taking It
through Orantsvllle Jut this will be
cheaper than to build over eight miles
of fairly high trestle through the lake
and besides I would b convenient for
the Southern Iaclflc to come In from i
Well that way tinder certain contin
gencies The rising tide In Or eat Suit
Ik Is likely to cause the railroads a
good d Mtl of trouble In the not distant
future
WKMJV TOWNSITH SUIt VIIYIII
Now Tim lo IK llullt Ijirecly liv
HullriKxTerN Itcadv for Sale
The surveys of the town of Welby
have been completed and everything U
now In readiness for the sale of town
Iota to b held there tomorrow The
town of Welby will b located near
Mklvale at the southern extremity of
the Itto Grand yard and I In expect
dthat aside from business location
It wIll b bought mostly hy railroad
mrnfthnuKh the townMte promoter
say that favorable locations are nu
merous and that there are Inducements
which promise I lively Interest In the
property when the sale begins Special
Iraln will leave this city for the town
site tomorrow The town Hen between
Mldvale and Illngham on the line of
the Illo Grande railroad
a
BELLICOSE IRONWORKER
n th HIr1 lgi1 Slart Tniulilr
On tho Kcunm Itiillcllnir
tl H llurrell an Ironworker WI
arrssHM shortly before nooil trtdny by I I
Infective KrnI Hchulze and turned over
10 Patrolman lIaison who locked the
nan up on Ihl charge of drunkenness
llurrell awarding to Deteotlvo
Hehulie war trying to tart trouble at
he Kcarns bullying Job Main street
Itan hl1111nI on Iall ItrMt
110 oallod severnl of tIn men vile named
and challenged him to mortal combat
when Schultz m along and Inter
erred llurrell resisted arrest but
went peaceably with Oleson until the
station was reached when he started
10 put up 1 fight Oleeon hustled the
man clown the stone steps Into the
Irunkrouse and left him there to pon
der over his troubles
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BUILDING RECORD DROPS
Ilutktlng permits Issued during the
mmth of March totaled In the value of
he new construction J4J6700 a de
crease from the similar month of the
year ISU when the amount reached
WU9 The permits for the month
lumbered 1U while IM were granted In
March 116 During the week J per
mits were Issued aggregating 176906
The total value or the permits for the
quarter ending March 31 Is given as
1T0
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CHILD BURIED IN DOORYARD
Vilglihorri Ariiii eil hr Peculiar Ac
lion of Mother antI nth Police
That Iloele O > ye hail buried her baby
which lived for only 1 hours In her
own dooryanl w as the report received
at the polio station today and referred
10 the board of Ii tUth county attor
ney n county physician today Time
pcn
officials are now making an InvestlRa
lon Dr Paul city health 01 mi
r Ia directing the dtdnterment of
the body I la expected that the
county attorney will take some action
Itt ermlned the matter but Jut what U unJe
hrle
fVMl Coy ilaughter of MrKnllar an
xpreai driver 72S south State street
WA married loat July to M Coye
who Wits Mrreatad wit < xuently here
fM burglary but escaped trial After
wards he wtmt to Coloradu where hl
is now serving 1 Indeterminate eon
enca of from two to five years The
oye woman wits living for some time
with Annie Mclnttre In the rear of
her fathers home where the child wai
born She buried It herself In the door
rard ami luUe a neighborhood row f d
owed today ending In the report to the police
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TODAYS MONEY MARKET
Mew York March nMoney on call
steady 3IS131 per cent ruling rate and
otured Jf closing bid M
r lon steady 1 lUkys p
cent M days 4 six month 4U
t Prim cercsntlle paper 4K0 3
per cent
Hlertlng exchange steady with Mlual
business In xoMKe bill at M44Wfn for
M y ullls and at 4873 for demand
CommereUl bills 4MH41 H
Bar silver tH
Mexican N I
Oovernmxit bonds steady rallrONd
bond ay
SAIMTY AND KUCUUITV
One of the ablest lawyers of the
south In an address before the Trans
llshs lip Congress In Denver last
Aujrastf nlde the following lute
men
menA
A Legal itseerve Life Company ID
not depsmident upon Us Ie for safety
A small company operating under
laws which require publicity amt
careful Investment Is just as iiafe 515
the company which has lasted half
R century an dhas accuroulntod him
re < ls of millions In Insurance
Safe and Conservative Management
with careful Investment applies to
THK CONTIVBNTAL WFB IN
UnANCK ei INVK8TMBNT COM
ANY Salt Lako City Utah
I LATE LOCALS I
Tnf fit > n llot The Womani
Auxiliary of the TyHigruphlcHl union
gave a I1 ball Wednesday night In
hId Fellows hall with 10 coupler
I > reofit who danced until a lain hour
to the music from Holds orchestra The
M WHO decorated In yellow colors and
Mr and Mrs John Mulloy tNt the gratul
march There waa a fine sprwid with
the tAble covered with ropes and yel
low daffodils
Crn Ltm the Iliirnlne SmmnmlaThc
following new inomtwr were Inlllateil
lnesday night Into the mysteries of
itt MIMic Shrine K I < Brick U
Kngstrom I n Prederlckaon J W
Harrtesty Jmnefi H Hlbbert P W Ir
win Daniel M King Charlea Kauff
mon Fred D Keeler S I KnApp
William A Langfnrd ItUiuwl I Tracy
W n Tanner lllrnm A Weymouth C
J Wanan O A Wills O 1 Wilkin
son Gerald I Yeorsley William John
son and 1 1 ewis
AVrlllne CriiiizedProf O 1
Mutnfortl of Murray delivered an ad
drew on Writing In the Public
Schools before the prlnrlpnls of Ihe
city Mlrooln WeilnMiday afternoon Tho
speaker boldly stated that he did not
vertical methml
Approve of tIn preeont YrUMI
of writing much preferring the old
Hpe > cerlan style The matter WHH dls
cussed present pro anti con by the > edfHgogue
Ilincrnl of V A Cliplry Tho
funeral of William A Chesley was held
at the Joneplt William Taylor chapel at
i ockxk Wednesday afternoon Illshop
Ixiwls M Cannon had charge of the
services Thor were numerous friend
In attendance The deceased wets born
In Illinois and for yam lived In Provo
Odlco llnincd In Motirnltic Out
of respect to the memory of Col Dud
ley Evan president of the WellsFargo
KxpreM Co who died In New York
Sunday morning the local office have
been draped In mourning Cot Bvans
wn 7 year of ago And has been Iden
tified with the company for 44 year
For 11 yearS he had charge of the com
business at Portland
panys buslnf lt ortanl
IAO4q Vnltinl AVnlrli luumrnml Harry
M mashIng of the iaii > enger depart
ment of the Denver and Illo flrnnde Is
motirnlnc the loes of a Immleome
KnIght Templar charm which wftB pre
sented to him by the officlHln of Salt
I tkn City In Wt As the trinket II en
graved It will be of no use to the finder
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LOUISIANA MAY RAISE
I AFRICAN ANIMALS
New Orleans March 31No more
trip to Africa for the chase of hippo
potami und land dlk UI warthogand
other animals will be necessary 10 year
from now If the Louisiana state leglfc
lature hewli tho request of the state
game commission
The cnminUMon after a conference
with Congreseman Ilroussard decided
today to ask for an appropriation fot
the Importation of big African gamo to
Uotilstana for breedIng purposes
Representative Hmuswird has Intro
duceil n bill looking to the Introduction
of African mammaU Into the United
Stale for food purposes
FOXHALL KEENE HAS
COLLARBONE BROKEN
New York March Jl Foxhall Keene
the horseman had a bad fall while
competing In the Melton steeplechases
In Kngland yesterday according to a
able meniHige received by his father
J It Keeno today The riders collar
bonn wax broken
Foxhall Keene has I long record of
painful accidents which have come M
him In horseback and automobile rid
ing the last 2 years
REQUISITION PAPERS
FOR J OGDEN ARMOUR
New York March Ilequlsltlon
papers for the extradition of J Ogden
Armour of Chicago who was recently
Indicted by the Hudson county N J
grand Jury for conspiracy In controlling
the prices of meat products were filed
with Oov Fort at Trenton today by
ProMcutor Carvon of Jersey City
hTVVS KHUPTION INCTIBASKS I
Calanla March 31The eruption of
Mount lImo Increased In Intensity to
day The lava Is flowing In the direction
eay hour rtorrello at the rate of IU feet an
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WATR RPORT
onhht 1111 Wih Prool Fri
tIlt Piir
TOJ 8 TRMJHIUTI1t1
7 aI 2J
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9Am 1
klm 1
1 11 1
Ii noon
1 1 11
YHITRnnAYS Imconn
llmgheet
Lowest 14
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JILIATt IS I SfISe
Heports from iij 1H
that tho formstn s
fonn In U
tunnel of the Ply > tl Iu M
Ing and that from Indl11 ltni I n hoI
t
flIng Into the Porphyry 1 rr
rpby r
as a good liMHctit T I toQ
11 IHlcu or ii
values shortly In th iuIti I hlri > 1
the richet ire that hH IUII Rm c I
lht
the dletrict him Irn Ih I r ndln
lime aunt the porphyr I I nf Ik >
x
have twon I VI
111 found
in hot h im
Jr 1 EI In 1 r
tnKly hays demonstrati < 1
ta
lent copper or rirr I 1
cPlr
lime mi in
lme th >
The tunnel at tnc Ku I
now In n dktance of cam I I i
the new trl h
machinery nuc
being Pfe ahead at ut p t r utig 71
fee a day Within H fea k
giwsi report mnsy he XI I n
I
tunnel 1 I
COUNTY SUPimiNTNm
NTs ur
SCHOOLS
and other In the int i r
lie eehool system cc nil I 1 I lh
to visit us while In IVM 4
tho oenventlon We H Ih I
quarters for h Mrl
Iuare everything r r h
hrn
text IH
room let hooks g n rii i
and stationery I rttu
DBgRltirr NKWK nK HF
8 Main sr
pumtI xtritis
Time funeral of Oinri K
take niaoe rope II fi > I
Hull If4 south
WPA TV i i
day at 4 pin Inlet n t r
try n
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The funrral of fiun I 1 f
U years wile of a I
Willit
I en Wil I k
be held Friday at 2 tu 11 f J
vale ward meeting u I
Wn lelllho 0 I
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opened at the family
Of funeral I
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