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i9Iija 2 DESERET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY SEPTEM33ER 13 1910 j
j II I TOURIST SEASON
I WAS A GOOD ONE
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I I Seeing Salt Lake Cars Handle
1 9000 SightSeers a
1 Months
j
I f THOUSANDS VISIT THE BUREAU
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I CliaraclrrlMIn Letter necchetl rOll
German VltlUir Who AVrlltH for
I
Literature on Morimuu
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i Year by year Salt Iake Clty is be
I r coming better understood anl more
I appreclatnl b thn enlightened rreopln
1 j of flu world No ono Is In a belter
I position to Judge tlio know ledge of
visitors In this regard than the
i manager of he sight seeing cars who
I dally IK asked hundreds of questions
I concerning Utah and this city Mr L
I I I 8 Marlcer said this morning Hint 10
1 1 j yearn Ago the questions people asked
I i I concerning Salt lAke City wero silly
I J j In the extreme but now tourists look
upon Sal Lake ely D upxn any other
J progressive city nnd thn absurd quei
i s tlons are Blmoit unknown
During the past summer ° con
I tlnued Mr Marlger people remalnef
In SRI Lnko City longer then ever be
i fore Four or live years ago we
thought thoy were doing fine if they
remained In thh city one or two days
tho past summer hundreds have stay
c ed herq for two and three weeks at
it time making Halt Lake their head
I quarters and Ihl principal point on
1 their western tofir
I Mr Mnrlger claims that the RelnJ
1 fut Lake company had carried on an
Jli 1 average of 9000 tourists n month
UtI during the past summer many of
Ji I them being people who once visited
I Halt Lnkn city and liked U so well
that they returned
w I LACK OF HOTELS
r Ono tinfortunatn phase of the
1 tourist hiiBlncs here anldi Mr
t Mariner IH the fuel that the better
t Iii class nf tourhts they who come In
L trrlvate oars refuse to remain In Halt
ho tako City except between trains be
1ftt t rautn thire are no hotels able to give
them the accommodations they de
t hI mand Tliey want something luxurious
I I of course and they say they cannot
t 1I get U here The matter will soon be
ii t rectified when tho rtah hotel Is
U finished
Ii 1 Mr Manger says that 1909 wm the
I T biggest tourist year In the history of
1 the city due to the O A n ncnmp
4 I ment hut already this year the traftlo
I 1 equal lo J8 per cent of the total for
i last Hundreds of local people have
h i never seen Fort Douglas eicept at a
t distance said Mr Manger hence
hi many cltlfcnns have begun to Inform
UI thennelves more on the possibilities
I j I of 1Ttnh so that visitors may be met
ii with fair Inducements presented Intel
L ligently
i i s 111pntMost of the tourists remark thAt
I f Rait Lake Is different from cities
I along the Jlne Denver Kansas City
I nnd Omaha are all alike but the
I I moment Salt Lake City Is struck It Is
I M If one wore In Boston m ninmorabln
1 are some of the features to be seen
Mr Marlger says that all tourists am
L pleased with the drinking fountains
tj and the tree
AT TUB BUREAU
I
IlenJamln Ooddard In charge of the
h nurejui of Information says that not
1o f more than half of the tourists register
V at the burenu but 8 rough count each
I day gives the total of JAOOO who have
I called to see the tabernacle and the
1 temple during the past summer In
quiries regarding Utah and Ifs advan
3 1J tages are Increasing In number dally
tLii ald Mr Ooddard and one 01 tho
I hot i gratifying results of the work of the
C bureau Ip the fact that hundreds who
III recelvw literature go home and then
write back for further Information
I same with I view towards Investing In
en this city
0 A fair sample of the letters receive
I Is the following recently sent by a very
4 prominent Herman
I read In I local newspaper that
I conic of your missionaries have been
a naked by tho government to leave this
N L 1 country No reasons were given how
It ever 1 know that your Lent are much
flfsllked by the Germans becaui > this
people Is Ignorant nnd prejudiced I
I nm sorry that I must arcuje my own
r ople of such an Ignorance and preju
dice the morn tis I had the opportunity
In Juno to len Salt Ij ke City and tn
study your Institutions them 1 caTtle
I there full of foolish Ideas about you ansi
your custom and I left Utah full of
lespect for tho Mormons and for your
creed That In why I mn desirous now
to hrlp you In correcting the misrep
resentation and falsifications which
I rule here the mind of my people
I will not do anything howeverwltli
out your content nnd advice Please
let me know how I can arslit you best
i I you want any articles publlshedsend
them to me I will translate them and
have them printed In our best riaga
times and newspapers
I I would thank you for good litera
ture about Mormonlsm In cake you wish
me lo wrlt articles myself F1r l ol
nlli I would try to Inturest the editors
of our best weeklies to take Up the af
fair and to ask the government what
reasons them nre for the suppression
of your missionary work etc etc and
thereby a general Interest would MIl
amongst tho lnmed classes for your
Ikl
1 hope that my proposal will be of
Interest for you file consider I to ho
the expression of n heart that cannot
forgt your words Let fact be ob
jnltt d not to I candid but to an Ignorant
I
norant world
S
PUAISK FHOSl ENGLAND
Here I n cOIl of another letter re
reived by Mr Ooddard of tho bureau
this morning from Knftland
I write to express my thanks for
the great ploamire I derived from a
Milt to > our beautiful city end Mate
and fop the uniform
Ild fol Inlrorm courtesy and
J lndnc 3 I received from all the poo
10
Me with whom I ramo In contact I
congratulate you on the wonderful
work you have aocornplUhod In the
fact that you are such tireless and
cheerful workers
I was greatly Struck b > the bMiily
and dlgnliy of the organ recital I had
the pleasure of silencing Musle of
such Innnlto tenderness and charm o
feldom heard anywhere even In the
great eapltnl of the world
All of which to my mind Mints
to the high Ideals which must anlmaU
jour people
DKMOCIIATS
For the Demorrtle State Convention
held at Provo rpt ISth Conventon
Denver A lIla Orand ny hiving
halnl
V been chosen as thA meal route as
npeclal train will leave Oren at S15
n m Salt Lake 915 1 0 anlvinj
110 101 n m Hellnnln leave
Troo thirty minutes after adjourn I
meat of ronvtntlon Ogden and Ball
Lake bands I n t iropsnt delegates
on File lit tai 1 Yhod In Itell
TltJlela no fare fo round trip
Use tho same caro and
forethought in selecting
your druggist that you
would your doctor
The ability and inte
grity of tho 11 who
iompomuls your pro
Ffription is just as
essential as tho knowl
edge and skill of the
man who orders it
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Tlio rUN
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113114
5onlh Mom
Street
MMI ofj
units
HIT
Promii
Allcnllon
BARLOW iiinir
I AGAINST HARD GAME
AMlslnnt Cltv Attorney HcftiNe to
issue fomiilnlnts Aenlnst SocJnIUl
Arrested Last Xlirlit
Chief Harlow seems lo b up against
It good and hard In his endeavor to
stop the rabid Socialists from holding
street rnc tlngA After < Jorge A Watts
had lxtn arrested last night for I
strnctlng the sidewalks ono W f Dal
ton who looks after the Intermix of
the citizens nt Salt Like In the pollci
court stepped Into the fight this
Curt stfPP1 Ihl mOIl
Ing and refused to IMU I complaint
against Watts
Ualtou while ostensibly one cf tin
nii wavers for the Amerlcfln puny
and who In always the
wht IdIay on Job with
both feet to call the olel to ftand by
ihe conttentutton Is at heart a Sonil
lilt the rollcn say He Is In ynipitny
with Watts they charge and an loin
aa ho Is In the police court nil arrests
of the followers of Eugene Deb and
Herr Most will go free they declare
Chief narlow Miy that ho had
IIC f or
dered his men to disperse nil Scinlisl
speakers but E 8 Lund who Is J
candidate for the suprnme bench on Ilia
regular Socialist ticket Lund wa In
tlio audlcn last night when WatU
was brought Into Jail but he Is of tha
wing of the pirty that denies all af
flllatlon with the Watts crowd
An ordinance Is In preparation for
the consideration of the city cjunc I
Mr Dalton says which when I bee < mi
a law will give him power to protouiiti
these cases The police My that he has
the power at present If he CAIOJ to
ccrcif I
THIEF WAS VERY HUNGRY
Stole rltenitflTefldlsrs Worth of
Stuff Iroin Cafe
A man entered the United States rerC
tnurant 319 Ruts street Ihll monilng
early and ordered bacon and eggs le
d 1011 and finally ctllrd the waiter
saying Vale whats trio matter with
that bon andT
Sorry1 answered the wetter but wo
had to send out and get that stuff ho
cause some guy broke into the If hex
and pinched all the eatables Finally
the boy who had been sent out for the
stufC arrived and the cunomer departed
with his breakfast
Wheil the nirier was cslled the cook
went to the large Ice bux for the first
time and found It ernpij flacon ham
eggs and meat were missing the
thieves had pried off the lock soil mad
oft with food to tho value of 115
A private ff may b rented In tho
fire and burglarproof vaults of thn
Sal lathe Security Trust Co 3334
Main Street 200 per year
NEGRO STABBED BY BOY
The police are looking for I rres
fcenger boy called Tied who In want
for stabbing Basset Hurton a nero
last night The stnbtlng occurred In
Orpheum alley and Is raid to have been
the lesiilt of nn attempt by Ked 10
mako Burton pay for a meal which hi
had eaten Police Burgeon J 13
Spraifus drftfetl the negros wound
8prfe wounla
with five stitches
1tl tlth a
SAIi MKniCIMS Jon CIMLDHKV
Koleya Honey and Tar Is a safe and
effective inedlclng fo children as I
does not contain opiates or harmful
drugs act only thn genuine Foley
Honey and Tar In the yellow packago
SchrammJohnson Drug Co
WANT TO VISIT CHINA
Tv < Chlnctrt Who Ha o lieett Here
Twenty Veirs MnUe Hnllintlon
The frt business that came to J C
Hlce United Htates Immigration In
spector In charge of thm Salt Lake of
flee after his return Monday from
New York clty where be recently took
William Mlllhouten a slate prison con
VIct being deported as f crIminal was
the application of two Ugden China
men for the privilege of going hark to
their mother country to visit their rel
atives Wing Yuen Sing age IS I I
laundrymati and Wong Yo age 4 I
ook who have been In this country
nearly JO years nre the applicants The
red tape of sending the papers to
Washington and to the port of entry
will require n month when If they are
found straight In cw r particular the
chinamen may make the trip Hut
they must return within a year and
land at the port of departure or they
will b up against a wall IC troubles
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FIRES CAUSED BY ENGINES
Forest Supervisor F I rUrkn M > S
three separate fires orcnisloned the ion
flagratlon back of Paritys canyon ll
started by two freight trains one tn
gins starting two fire netr Hall and
the Kffond nKtne
nll rutting a nre n ur
Ynungbergs hy ihronlnr sparks Mr
Urke thinks If the engines on this line
otilrt only use park
l1 1 prk arresters there
would be If r llsblllly tn iroubU It S
jtio ills men had a strrnijous lime of it
In fighting down the I
nJhlnJ nfl the asespe
of the enty enttSK at Ml Air b flr
langereuslv nutrow The urea burned
over covered nearly jf o acres bUft
A private Mtf may bB rented In the
fire and
burglsrnroof vaults of thn
Sal Lake Security A Trust Co 323
Main Street roo per year 331
Pest goads ° n nrlh < product of
iv Innnsi mills hI
hoUetr underwear
mi t < r1ar eic
direct from factory to
wearer Sales
depot JIS Main Call JS75 either
Phono and have salesman call tlhe
show sampled cl
Dr W A Squires Dentl an
nOtices the removal of his office 11
ulto 601 S McJntyre Dock orlCel
SOCIAL AND
J I
I PERSONAL
MIl Margaret Werner Is guest of
honor thin evenIng nt n dinner given
by r Lerov Pinvcoodey at her home
on north Stale tr1
Miss llame Smith one of the briMs
of the week u guest of honor thin
afternoon at I card party gIven by
Miss Marvel M u1 mi thfc rooms being
decorated In red anil green with aspar
agus ferns with their red berrlss and
red carnations while Mm O E Msd
sen Mr 1 > l lurlow and Mr An
drew Howdt Jr insist In entertaining
Thn guests besides Miss Smith Include
the Misses Agnnn hansen Helena
MeinIe Louisa Clawson Lynn and
Juliet Knnwlton Ulvle Arnold gln
Rich Hull Crawford Ilerntce Clark
Zina Lowe and I Mrs 13d 1 KlnibAll
Mini Margaret Werner was guest of
honor this afternoon fit a card party
given hy MIss Digmar Orlob thn par
lor being decorated in pink and white
asters Arid the dlnlrir rom In
lAvender The jjitesuas asulsteil by
Mian Kay Vmiphell and limo bibles
played the amusement 4 being 600
MIcK Jim WllllninH entertains at
cards this afternoon a
Mr and Mrs C AQulgley and Miss
QulKloy returned yesterday from their
Kuropean trip S
HUll Hnllornn entertained at dinner
at the Country club yesterday In honor
of Ills sister Miss Mary Unllornn thn
guests being chinO members of her
bridal party The tahln had for I
renterplnro it basket of pink antI white
axterH nail tho place cards were
bouquet of rOe I and sweat Ies
Covers were laid f < vr a obnut a donen
Mls Lillian Dorscher gave nn Or
pheum party yesterday followed by 1
luncheon nt IVnnkllns In honor of
Miss Dorothy rUmberger who loaves
shortly tn a lend school a t in the east
Mrs Hymn Conrad with her child
will return to Fort Dousing thin week
after spending the stimmer In Los An
geles the guest of her parents Mra
odd Mrs Theron Geddes
a
The Misses Qulncy And Gladys Kim
ball hate returned from Ocean Park
where they hove o spent the summer
Mr and Mr V r JlrOurrln enter
tained Informally nt dinner at thii AlI
cluh yesterday In honor of Miss Alice
Oliver and Arthur fulllvan whoso mar
rings lakes place shortly
S 9 S
Mm J B Cornwell entertained nt
a delightful evening affair last night
In honor of Miss Mae Cornwell whose
marriage to Kverett Cutler takes plic
shortly the rooms being decorated In
sellow with Japanese sunflowers anti
double enters throughout The place
cards > cre hnndpftlnted In yellow and
purple pansIes nm rovpin haiti for the
Misses Adeline Cutfcr Rachel Hmlth
Ilorlente Oerhart Irena White Iferlha
Iron Lena Polnsbury Merle Snow
llbl DI hop Mamln Anderson Lil
lian Kv rt Mrs J W Brown Mrs
J 1 Iervis Mrs Robert HlRby Mrs
J R iJisthouin and Mrs J W KIngs
bury
a
After a two months trip on the
coast diirlnc which most of the
cities tram Victoria Hrlllsh Columbia
to Los Angeles were visited Mr and
Mr Soreno Tuttle and datiRhterB U
droU ejiA Marion hay turned to the
city
cHiDr S S S
Dr Bad Mrs Ijlpkle will welcom
their frIends nt their now residence
1J5 rndth SeTonth fSflJt Thn Lund
Appt I
t e I
Mm V n JessHp Miss Linda B Jes
sup and Mica Kmlly Jesup have re
turned from I three months stay on
the PacIfic coast
A number of Interesting la event
ore beIng held In honor of Miss Effle
Swaner who Is to he mraried Thurs
day These Include n dinner given by
Mrs T f Klnn rsl > y anti Orpheum
party and luncheon yesterday while to
day a Kensington II given by Ihl slBtwr
of the hrldeelert Mrs n W Klnndro
Uie rooms hetnit decorated In autumn
leaves and about 50 prtent The host
ess Is assisted by Mrs A V Cates and
Mrs O O Trunkcr a
The Daughters of Handcart Pioneers
meet tomorrow afternoon nt 3 oclock
with Mrs Frances Armstrong at her
residence on eStt Frt South street
A party spent 1 day nt the home of
Mr and Mrs fVhrls Anderson of
Mill Creek consisting of Mr and Mrs
Joseph Young Mr Lee Young Mr and
Mrs Henry Coulam Jlr and Mrs W
E Coulam Mr and Mrs O F
Coulam Brighton Miss Allen Coulatn and William
S C a
Tho Thistle club will give a grand
roniert and dance Friday evening
Sept 16 and some of the best talent
of the city will assist Dancers and
pipers In full costume will appear and
a fine evenings entertainment le prom
Iced those who attend o
T Jerome Fitzgerald 126S east South
Temple will entertain at R dinner to
night In honor of Frederick Boyd and
Morris Andrew who leave for Culver
shortly Covers a will be laId for eight
Charles H Fitzgerald son of Hart J
Fitzgerald In visiting the family of <
E Arne a Boise and will go from
there to enter university S S at Seattle
The marriage of Miss Eloise Burton
and John > SpovllI will take place In
the Salt Lake temple Thursday Kept
IS No cards hive beep issued hut nn
Informal reception for their friends win
he held In the evening at the home of I
the brides father Wllllnin Hurton 4SI
south Second Rest street
C S S
The Womans Repuhllrin club met
yesterday with Mrs Mnrfremt Tivne
Wltrher who wan aMl tnd by Mrs J
P Kldredun and Mr Itod Price Mrs
Ira D Wines reviewed current political
events ami the president Mm Howard
Klner urged the niernbnrs to take active
part In politics thin fall Miss Illllan
Cutler was chosen to nil the place of
corresponding sivretaryvacant through
the resignation of Mr C S Dallas llo
freshments were served
POSTMASTER GENERAL COMING
I Is expected that Postmaster len
eral Frank H Hitchcock will be In Salt
Lake this week on his way from Call
fornla He will probably remaIn here
a day or two
GOOD YEAR ATHIQH SCHOOL
As enihlr ArldrcsM Tills Mornlnc hv
Principal Eaton alI Olliers
Kerj Indication pnlnts towards 1
Successful year at the high sxhool and
o ry effort will bn put forth by the
Metnty to Increase the BUndlng of the
whorl Principal Baton called an as
sernbly thli morning of the 81nlOrl and
juniors In assembly I and Ihl first nnd
second year students In the gymnasium
study hall Principal nalnn was the
chief speaker and forecasted I suecws
ful year Ha stated that the high school
congress would be organized as soon
as possible and that everything possible
would l > e dOM to benefit th students
tie stated that one of his main objects
was to make the boy and girls high
hlh
thoi < I life worth living
Seeral members ot the football team
nnd of the various departments of the
Kfhool gave short talks J 1russe
of Dartmouth doubt
Dlrimolih who will without a
bn appointed as aUiletlo director for the
year made hIs llni appearance he
IOn the school as n whole His talk
wan short but hn made It clear that If
the remainder of the year uould be an
his first two dnya that he nuld ask
for nothing better
Miss Ward met all girls who will
take RYMln0 work thin year and ar
ranged for classes Ihniughout the year
r RAILROAD NEV8 1
MUST jui > tfK itvns
Cnniilliin llnllronil C IIIIMIS OII Ordem
Wlilto PIIHH nnd Yukon lo Trim
Vancouver If C Kept 13 A sweep
Ing reduction or freight rales on tim
> hJI Pass A Yukon railway was or
rallA
dered ycstenliiy hy the rallwa com
mission of Canada In n bearing nt
Scuttle n year ago when the railway
was charged wltli discrimination In
favor of certain ntenmshli lines tho
united States Interstate nmmeroe
commission upheld the contention that
thin Jurisdiction of the joninil slini be
Ing limited by Uiw to the Inlted 110tll
and Itn territories did nat extend
to Alaska which In a dlslrlct
Tho railroad nxtnnds from Sksgway
Alaska to Whitehorse on the Yukon
nnd U the gateway to the Klondike and
Yukon
cirrorr ACIIOSS BAY
Kan Kranolseo Sept nTh South
ern Pacific railroad yesterday Inaugu
rated a freight service oer the Dum
barton bridge which crosses the south
ern end of Sun Francisco hay The
bridge Is I steel structure with double
tracks 7600 feet In length Together
with the culoff lin which runs from
Newark In Alnmeda county to Red
wood city in San loll county It coat
H000000
The cutoff Is primarily for freight
passage and will cnrry all northwest
ern and cnsteni shipments Into and
out of han Francisco Hitherto freight
has ben ferried across the bay
THIKK cum coMMrrrijrs
Pour committees were appointed by
tile hoard of governors of the newly
organized Transportation club at n din
ner at the Commercial club yesterday
the appointment being as follows
Speakers and Paper Committee
H Plalsted A W North C H Zim
merman H S Twining anti A F
Brewer
Knterlalnment Committee I
Mandertleld C F Warren J U Ted
frrd nnd C A Walker I
Auditing and Finance Committee
I Jenklnson J I Craig William
Hunslwrger O J Alley and Frank
Orocstwek
Membership Committee W Flun
dro I P Godwin I I Hunklns F
I Let and F A Starkweather
J II YoUNG HUSY
Under President J I Young of the
Alaska Steamship fompnny ono new
vessel has been launched with others
tn follow whIle construction on the
Copper river roid II bring pushed Into
the Interior 0 miles
SPIKK < AJfll HA1T
T C Patldson general baggage
agent 0 inS Salt Lake Koutfi Is In the
cit > from Los Angeles
flit Rio ririndn will put on one
special standard imd onn tourist sleep
nr to carry the northwestern delegates
to the Atlantic City national encamp
ment of the O A II The delegates
leave this city on tho 14th at 710 pm
GRANDFATHER OF TM ALL
Trout Wclslilne II M Ills Ireaieil
Taken Itclow Dam In Jast Canyon
Charles W Penrose on Ills return
from Morgan city brings with him a
dab story which discounts that told In
Flue News last night Mr Plnroso ntatej
that a mountain trout was brought Into
the Rich store at Morgan last week and
placed on the scales Tho flab was
dressed and had been out of the water
for several bourn I tipped tho beam
Ht HU pounds
The trout which wax not a lake fish
but of the filmon pure mountain ale
ty was taken below the dam In East
canyon where It hit been wedged In
between two rockp and was easily
rork waf ell cap
tured
r
r LATE LOCALS 1
pprovs < < iiiiicHrt Action All of
the acts of the city council at Its sea
lon Monday night received today tho
official endorsement of Mayor John S
Uransford
N t > Ilindx XH Delegate The state
board of examiners has decided that
on account of a lark of sufficient
means In the Insurance department
contingent fund Utah will be unable
to lend n representative thin year
to the National convention of In
nuranco commissioner to bn held ut
Mobile Alar Kept 730
Kokns Lepro CnSeerlnry
lieatty of the statn board of health
has word that an appeal hal been
made to lr Kulklev In New York on
mRce 1r Julklny
the Kokns leprosy alf tills physician
being con ddered the highest authority
In the tnltert States on leprosy
Kokas escape from Salt Lake Is re
Barded an considerable of a Joke
Ico Plant Start ijliThe Utah Ira
Storage company of this city has
started up its new plant al Third West
and Second North streets with a
dally capacity ofISO ton of Ice
1 Day MeelliiR The ladies of Im
mannuel Baptist church will hold an
nil day meeting Thuraday Kept 15
at the church corner Seventh Jut
arid Third South Aid society 10 a m
Luncheon at noon Mission Circle 3
p m All welfome
Xnimm I eglon William M Hrdwn
secretary nf tho Nnuvno legion an
nounce that there will be ft meeting
of the organisation at X p m Friday
on the fourth floor of the nishops
building in idltlon to nn entertain
ing program there will bn 8 buMncsx
meeting pertaining to tho future wel
fare of the society I
Mill Iii mltimmg at RiHnlr Tho ton
enwlonslrcw nt Hiltnlr have all moved
out except the bar which remains
until expiration nf the lIcense which
Is not far off but two trains dally at
1130 I m and 2 p in are carrying
tourists out to the lake The bathing
continue 6nll is reported as excellent
with the water temperature at 74 de
grees About inn tourists are visiting
the resort Jaih
Attuning limit Verdict Oeorgn W
l Me manager of thn Columbia
Phonograph rn of New York was In
town Monday en route east from
the Pacific eosst After l conference
with the music
DavnesBeohe ml8e people
he wired his New York office to tele
graph nt onr to this city the result
of the tabernnrle records ns Ion ns
they were obtainable Manager DayMes
thinks this will bn In a day or two
Hour Coming Down Local commis
sion men look for a further fall In
flourj of lo rent byl Wednesday
owing to the weaknesa of the whet
market
Just like homo eating nt the Annex
11 A
Cafeteria Across from Tabernacle
IiKRV TO JSCJ
Ueglnner claps commences Tuesday I
September Academy ijth Odeon Dancing
DIVORCEE SEEKS
HELP OF POLICE
Kirs Her tliiAhaml AIIIKMS Her liy
Writing Vllr Loiters to Jlcr
Jmplu etU
Mrs Viola jr Lewis who Is n manl
curt at the Kenyan hotel barber sItop
appeared before AMt City Ally Hal
ton today and asked for I complaint
against her former husband Claude Cl 1
11 She charges that lowls Is
making life miserable for her tiara sho
wan awarded a divorce front him In
the district court
Mrs Lewis who lives nt the Amherst
apartments says that when on I visIt
to her home In Orand IlapUls Lewis
met and wOOd n widow of Salt Lake
and was even ensued to marry her
This was before he was divorced from
tilES manicurist Hearing this on her
return to the cIty Mrs Lewis went to
the divorce courts and was gIven al
I Interlocutor decreo and time custody of
their 3yearold child on AlI R of thin
year Rite was awarded inn cuitody of
the child Ul > ndon and 120 a month
alimony
Shire that Ilml Mr lxwls 11 In
isas threatened tier life written vile
letters to the man who conducts the
shop where she works nnd whenever
he meets her on the street ho insults
her with vII abuse Mr Oiilloti told
her that the next time LewIs mco tir
her and abuied her to come to him
and ho would charge him with violat
ing I city ordinance He also ad
vised her to have him punlshtd for
contemut of court In not payIng the
allminy Mrs Lewis promised to 10
so They tier married In Grand
Rapids In 1902 and she filed her corn
plaint for divorce April 30 1910 rharic
InR divers grounds for divorce
THAI I SI itKVKALnn
Court Trial SIOH Methml of Inducing
IurcharrH to fitly
Explaining to the court that his pros
pective customer had caused Stint con
jiternatlon In Jils utorev throwing 1
large sugar bowl through the window
as ono of his diversions Louis Asku
blch testified this morning In police
court against med Oelser I cook out
of work whom ho had charged with
destroying promty Other witnesses
however Informed the court that Oel
ser was looking for a Job and entered
I testautant at 47 Commercial street
yesterday morning to look for a Job
As he entered the door Askublch who
rOll a second hand store next
door mode I dive for him and pushed
him Into his store He tried to sell him
a hat and a pair of shoes Oelser
wanted neither and told Axkuhlch so
Then the second hnnd man reached for
I a black Jack and made a swipe nt
Olcer The blow fell short and the
block jack scored a bulls eye on the
window and hrokrt It Then lie had
fJolser attested Witnesses testified to
tho fat that tho second han man
broke the window himself and also
that Askublch and his clerks were In
thn habit of assaulting customers who
would not buy Judge Whitaker dls
rhnrjed IcIest
I wan mad plain In police court to
day that all violators of tho traffic or
dinance will N fined In the future
Judge Whltnker said no excuses would
bo taken from now on so hl fined
Al Smith A I Taylor John Whiting
Blair Ulchnrdf011 II Iohlm rt anti
Clarence Purdue who wera arrested
yesterday S each
J Leaadntittcd that he hat slapped
Kzru Mortensen and was fined IS
John Sonnet forfeited JS ball on a
charge of iing drunk The other
drunks who lined up today store dis
charged us usual It being the first of
fence In most cases
T U Culver charged with disturb
ing the peace of Mrs Inn WIn
who conducts the El Paso roomIng
house was discharged when n TVII
ron said he had only tried to quiet ono
Clara Wilson who was raising the row
IrA got off RIP
WALR GOES TO rEx
Arthur D Walk wa sentenced to two
years In the state penitentiary for ob
taining money under false pretenses
He pleaded guilty In District Judge
Lewiss court and was sentenced 1m
m lately
01UMV AITUIl IlTTLi ONE
C Luther Grow a 173pound Omaha
wrestler has written from Sun Fran
cisco Inviting a matori with Mike Yo
kel Yokel II however the worlds
champion welterweight and not n
heavyweight
SIT UJAIVST TmfRWE
The Utah Salt Lake Canal com
pany has brought null In the federal
court against the Tetlurlde Power com
pany tn recover H60521 for repairs al
leged 10 have hen mid by them on
n canal owned by the latter The plain
tiffs declare that they entered Into an
njreement with the former owners of
the canal whereby they were to han
tho use of It and the owners wero to
pay for the Improvement and repairs
The contract was perpetual the
tontrnt 109 they fay
anti remained In effect even after the
Tellurlde company had taken over the
property
ATTIJMmi > MUIIDKIt CHARGKI
Mambo Fitzgerald An Inmate of the
stockade who shot and seriously
wounded AJma c > Iverson another
denizen of tho underworld In a house
In tht Blockade on Kept 1 has been
charged with an assault with Intent to
commit mtirder A complaint was
fled In tho county attorneys office this
morning The shooting Is said to have
been tho result of an altercation In
which the two engaged The bullet
fnlnJcd hulp en
tered the Iverson woman chest and
ranged downward to the abdomen No
vital organs were struck however nnd
recovery Is now practically assured
AS < jriT IS Cit rn
A complaint hiAtt been filed In Judgo
AVhltaker8 rout charging Hill Pnpas
with assault with Intent to do hodlly
Injury He Is alleged to have struck
Jack Pfost on the head with I billiard
cue In the Commercial pool room Sec
ond South and Commercial streets
Monday afternoon Pfosl sustained a
bad gash on the forehead
coxnnMNATiov strr JILED
The nineham 5 Garfield Railroad
company has commenced suit In the
district court against tho Shawmut
Consolidated Copper company and oth >
crs to condemn certain tracts of land
along Its propised right of way be
tween the mines at Hlngham and the
smelters at Garfield
KfKS OX > OTH
Samuel 1 Phxrman has commenced
nn action in the district court against
I E Miller for the collection of MMO
said to be due on a promissory note
SEES STHKITT RATIWAY CO
F E Ireuss filed f suit for personal
damage against the Utah I > lght I
hallway ompany In the district caurt
this morning lie alleges that at 1120
pm on May 28 1610 he tripped and
fell tin the track of the company
State Mrent between First and Second
ul streets nnd striking his brad
on one of tho rails minajned InJurJna
for whlh hn asks JffpCiO damages
Preuss alleges In the complaint that the
L trcet at this point waa turn up and
that because of the tiegllcnC4 of tho
iompany the accident occurred
rorn MoTiiK ron nurr
George hart charged v1th Indecent
assault pleniled guilty to the red UP d
charge of rmllrry In Dlst Judgo lywlss
court thin morning and wax sentenced
to four months In the county Jail
ciiAWjrn WITH PKUJDIIY
Frederick Herman was arraigned he
torn DIstrict JudRp Ix vls yesterday and
charged with perjury He pleaded not
guilty The charge arises over suit
for divorce filed by Herman agaInst
Kate Herman When the case cm
to trial hn testified that he did not know
where his wife was old had Hot writ
ten her This wnsi proved to he false
testimony and the court ordered the
commitment of Herman denying the
divorce
I
ANSWJIIS QUESTIONS TOIIAY
Kamuel Oreco a witness for tIle
plaintiff In the can of William K
Miarp nilmlnlstrutor of the etatn of
John Sharp ugnlnst thn Salt Lake t
Ogden Hnlhvay company win refused
yesterday to answer questions in Dln
trcl JudRe Armstronga court and for
contempt of court spent last night In
Jail RII ready though unwilling wIt
unwllnl
blocs In tim hearing of the case this
morning Tim HUH II to recover dam
ages for John Sharps death on the La
soon line
IV HANKIIUPTCV COUnT
Four bankruptcy canes came up In
Judge Mainlmlls court Tuesday morn
Ing JW liodgers a restaurant keep
er of Halt Lnki warn discharged Tho
oases of Kdwvird I Hoborts salesman
of InintRvlllc unit Charles J HIder
electrIcian of Ogden were adjudicated
nnd referred The case of Nathaniel L
Brown 1 carpenter of Ogden with lia
bilities of HiS assets Ito IH before
the court today
IXTmUOUTOIY 11cmm
Eleanor 1 Sellers wan granted an In
terlocutory decree of divorce by Judgn
Ann lrol1 this afternoon in tho Third
district court from Byion n Sellers
StlES ON PHOMISSOIIY SOT
J J Hammond UIII afternoon en
tered null In the Third district court
against A 1 Know to recover 1 n
promissory note for IMS given by Bnow
to Clms 1 Oontz and Indorsed by the
latter to the plaintiff
MR NEWHOUSE THE TIMES
HIHI Ills Opinion < ui Tlilnzs Tcm
poral IU Political Gciicrnlly
IlestleHS with I spirit of uncertainty
possibly on the verge of a business dis
ruption seldom In the countrys his
tory ban It faced morn serious prob
Iciti than It does today according lo
Mr Samuel Newhouse who xpealdnR
lo a News representative expressed
himself a follows
Personally I am very much disturbed
over buslncsa condition and am
OVt llcf condiion old al ap
prehensive of the future If tho mal
claus attack aaalnst corporate Inter
ests continue I am concerned for the
laborer moro than for the capitalist for
It Is the former who will suffer It that
policy continues Tho rich haw sufficient
cient fund to stand n paralysis of busi
ness for n few years but the poor man I
tnuH work from day to day to gain a
livelihood for hlniKtlf and hln family
Then speaking of the results of the
Maine election Mr Newhouse said
h
Maine tins always heon In tho hands
of extremists Sot prohibition From
year to year there haH been 1 fulling oft
in nuelness and an nnnnltincr numnm
of drunkenness and the people have
bun to realize that more moderate
<
legislation must bo enacted upon the
liquor ruestlon The Republican plat
form stood for prohibition the Demo
cratic was the reverse Tho people of
the different states where prohibition
hoe been a law are beginning to revolt
As I have often said before you cannot
legislate upon peoples appetites
When you endeavor to force that pol
icy criminals are made
Another reason why Maine lifts gone
Democratic I bellovo the people Bro
dissatisfied with the lost tariff legisla
tion They are moro than ever con
vinced that It la calculated hel
11rell I calullirt to help n
certain clasa 01 interests making thorn
richer and the poor poorer
In the tariff revision that ban Just
taken place 10 much Individual Inter
est was taken care of and the policy
of what was for the most good for the
most people was not embodied In that
legislation I believe that this haw
made u great difference In the cost of
living I know it has In I number of
articles of general use
Perhaps one of the greatest nnd
most potent reasons for I hall on
the part of the people < In that hero Is
n widespread fear of panic I believe
the people url a unit on the control of
corporations by tho slaIn and federal
governments hut for the lat eight
years the agitation against them hiss
been so strenuous It has In fact been
of such n socialistic and anarchistic
character that the people are afraid
that thn corporate and capitalistic In
terests of the country will In n feeling
of resentment suspend all develop
ment and Indeed that many of our
busy Industries will ceasn altogether
their present activity Want and desti
tution will be the lot of their em
ploy semi
Mr Newhousq being asked for I
personal opinion on tim question of
prohibition In Ttah Mid
I am strongly orrpoied to state
wide prohibition I have always beet
In favor of reasonable regulation of
the liquor traffic but believe that It
a law should be enacted In Utah m k
Ing the sale of liquor Illegal our
courts would be kept busy dealing
with the malcontents and those who
would defy the law
We may however enforce tem
perance for everywhere will we meet
with sympathy and cooperation
may not surcessfullv Invidn the sncred
precincts of mans Individual pleasure
and desires temperately enjoved that
tend neither to harm nor to annoy
himself or his neighbor I
DEMAND CAGE IN TAXATION
labor Convention Adorn I1c olntlon
On Subject Today
llesolutlons demanding I change In
the present methods of taxation and
rqunlliatlon of the burden of taxes between
tween and labor
capital and favoring
the tilling 01 the posItion or labor com
118910nr hv n laboritug man wero
Inbrlll
adopted hy the delegate to thn conven
ton of the Htll 1eeberatlon of Labor
lt Its session this morning Lbr
President W M Plggolt presided at
the meeting Th session nl execu
lIve newspapermen anti others not
delegates being excluded
The resolutions committee
olutols reported
cmmllee
the two resolution referred to reJrlpd
erable discussion following upon both
The most important matters however
wein held ever for discussion this aft
ernoon when some action will hS taken
on the question of prohibition and
rohlblton
upon the poltlcal affiliations to bo
md t > y the members of the labor
unions belonging to the federation It
fPJpralon
is unlerloO the only action 10 I
taken upon the prohihittn question by
the federation will he to demand the
enforcement of th j present laws In re
gard to the 1101 traffic
vnlr ° matter of electing fflcers for thus
tlA
year will also come up this afternoon
President PlRgott it iii dTin
not be a candidate for reelection and
It Is thought this office will thIs year
wil thll yelr
go to a Bait Lakn man J rj vilks
first vice president of the federation
and buslnesi manager of the dampen
ten dstrlct council of Bill Lake City
i spoken of ns the P babU aueceor
or Ill otl J
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and Manicur
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COUNTY ATTORNEY I
DECLINES TO ACT I
William Ittml trek to Secure Ur i
rants for Arrest of IJo0 Lomio i
And HIT Tribe f
AVIIIIani lloyd a resIdent of the nft
side Is extremely Indignant over t
act that ho vlMtnl tho office rf lh i
county attorney Saturday and nmght f
to swear to complaints charging r iTj
Tt11
Inltnn and the Innvatm o the st d
ado with operating premlHcn BId i
to the law
Mr Boyd claims that the count at
torney declined to Issue the ramplnnij
nnd gave no reason for his ututti ir A I
stormy scene Is saul to have folio I
Tills afternoon Mr floyd unl f
irwldptits of the west side state I tM I
they were going to visit the ff f I I
the county attorney nnd rep at th r i
quest I they wor denied again t f
would take steps to compel M Ito i
to Usue the warrants sought 1
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MASS MEETING TONIGHT
t
A mnss meeting of th members of iha f
Seventeenth ward Is called to lonrene
at the amusement ball this evening ic y
i30 oclock The purpose of the all i
to discuss the ndvlsntilllly of bulldlnr
a new amusement lull or cleaning arid t
repairing the old hullilln and ground
The conunltten desires that every mem
ber of the ward liti present that whit
ever may be done will be In accordance
with their wliheH
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POLICE DETAIN AGED WOMAN
1
Mr Miller Taken lo Matron nt Police
Headquarter mid Given Attention 4
A woman giving her namn as Slr
Miller speaking only German was tak
en In charge by the police today and
given over to thii care of tho matron st cf
police headquarters The woman n
S3 years of age and was found by Ps
trolman Wood In west First Huth 1
street Shin said that she WRK on her
way to Eureka and Intended to walk
there She told the woman who tlrst I
found her and then called tho porrn
that shin had been walking around ii
day and had had nothing to 11 since l
yesterday She will le cared for at 1
pollen headquarters until rebutiwes I I
friends ipa > K located nhn lives in
State street between Twelfth tenth Thir
teenth South streets
lrtlsIt
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FIRST PATIENT ARRIVES
Jorcnli Coolc nn Astlnniitle at ludr
Morcy Hospital
Joseph Cooks ft miner who lives I
Mill Creek Is monarch of all he surv
at the Judge Mercy hospital If he
ring n belt and desiies H drtiit ft
water not one hut a score of urs M
are nt his beck and call Hn > tie
first and only patient at the new balm
tRI Up until 6 oclock last evening ail
tho bcd were empty Not a ununl I
broke the quiet of the evening Vursn
amid attaches worn just waiting At
that hour a man walked up to the doon
and when admitted said h ° was clrk
Investigation nhowcd hn had asthma
A number of conjectures had boon
made by thosn at tho hospital as h
tho complslnt thnt would bo possessed
by the first patient Some Bald one
thing and some saId another Typhoid
had the call In the sickness cases dll
cussed and n broken arm In tlie aeH
dent It waa a great disappointment to
learn that the Initial patient had tlUb
nn ordinary aliment
Conies will not wear his honors long j
for tomorrow the 35 or 40 patient of
thA Oregon Hhort Line Hospital SRI
elation noiv nt thus Dr W II loves
L D H hospital will be moved to the
new institution
r WARD 1
1 ENTERTAINMENTS
Tlilrtythlrd VardA farewell tit
monlnl entertainment will be given
Wednesday evening Sept 14 at the
Thirtythird ward chapel In Iionor ff
Elder John Hedfearn nellomy who wltl
soon leave for a mlsilon to Orest
Britain The following excellent P1
gram will lie rendered Plano duet Mrs
henry Klrkman amid Miss Edna Wai
ton soprano solo Miss Norn Wnrbur
ton recitation Miss IJIIIan Burile
baritone solo Don Priestley violin
duet nonnld Ilobblns and Miss Fratts
Hahn contralto solo Miss Mabel i vr
CT recitation Mica Mercy nywater
soprano solo Mrs Honry Klrkmsn
with violin obllgato by Master fsrl
Poll tenor solo Thomas B Ashworth
remarks and ulectlon by the choir
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Indemnity of IBOO per week
oil dlseanes or accidents
T > r C M Henedlct and I tPI5r5 °
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Dentist tire located In tm
Intyre building
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