OCR Interpretation

Deseret evening news. [volume] (Great Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1867-1920, September 26, 1910, Last Edition, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045555/1910-09-26/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 2

by hi Ktrenuth mi thovomentlon lloor
l Tlie Morrla l > noiii Is not n growth of lh
L 1 day but hl frlenda In tlio cunVentl
k siy thAt It lias bvn quietly form
11Si4 fur tHttnt time and that when tin 11m
hll for the nomination arrlvevl there 0111 1
I e havo been quite a mlr In their C mp
I Mr Mnrrls however authorised fh
News to miy that lie would not pern
his iiHme to no before the convcntloi
LI The Oregon Khnrt IJno nttnched 1111
h uxtrn ruh 10 thc regular northbuui
I nt X15 H in and put on n psclul of Ihree
I1 11111 hi nt 1010 nm frum thin el
i to ORden to ufcumiiiodNtv J60 peoi
i desirous of attending the ciiiventlfl
Tlide wai no rivalry between the eon
petlnir Hut although thii Itlo Uramle
iinl ti Ilamhergitr roads carrlud Iuile
H number of ptuple
t1 i Sjieclil to Tht rnIII
Irlie pepl Hth lUpuUlnMiii i t
IHIIIIII county mrl tier u i m < i > 111
J3 liHtiiinulcd a icgmlatUi uinl imiiit
at tKI 1cI > priuiinl In ihi iUi t
u t iiprewintfKt cxtcpt lid 111
I P Uir IIre lew proxic In fian
1 i hulrirmn It i 11111 inn i i
1 i n i ntn T i ii < i it d K J
i buy II N ill r nl lue cull With
liiiini Hi in Mi M ilr imnn1 <
Ivciton for timpirnit uhilrman to
t A I 1111 Ins wi mini tcini iiu
I ff < retary
E Alterll lm r lik b > Mr Ier m in
t T whlh li t X i J i hipe in th
S immlnat a I 1 In k1 whl i wou U 1Iln
i i hf ilng vi Ith KjiUtili aii Iii > HIV c > ininlt
tes on crMl htiHif nixnlzatlijn and ui
der of tmMiii 1101 iiMtfoim weic < ap
it pumti d
An rtdjiiuriiii r 3 < > minute wa
thru taken In s hnti tune th tuport
nf commlttcis vj t t < preiwrej
t On reofinvminx th civdentlala com
j pi ThtttNM 3 w 11elll IInJ
1 shewed M rcpr > < ntatUei entitled u
J fl 1U
U A I version and 11 O Mnthli wen
t constituted permanent orRHiilzatlnn
I A platform nulOKlling thn Itepuhleai
I party and President Taft wa mlnptwl
A lesolutjnn favoring the piopcalttji
that all offlien I nqulred tl comlun
tho bUHlnciM of tho rearieotlvn nlfioeH In
J thlr loom at th < nunty euurthouM
was enthualattleally intloied
Th ffillowliiff cnndldaten Went thoi
I I W J Warner Winter Quarters com
I missioner four > ear term U A ar
t Wagoner fiunrivaldd oommU > > loner
tWyear term Illicit MDiizlir Wlnte
I tl QunrtPin vhvrlir llobrtt Wllllnm >
J1 r BunnysiiiH irranuier H J Turner
I I liLa iathti nurveyor W 1 frI Plit
attorney Ourly M Jones fut Dale
I v I clerk nnd recorder erg Cnlllnghatn
t Blinnysiie flFtiItr c H Mnrenson
Price superintendent or schools Anteiiu
Mailfen Hcofleld representative
c 1 nrprmw s XAMK C ANI II > ATFS
b Pnnpcto Cnuntv CVunpittlini Is Held
V And Plnlforni Adoplrd
1 Special to Thn > u
I Mount Pleasant Kept M The ftc
t publlcan county convention of Pnnpete
I rnt ftt Palrvlew Saturday afternoon at
t 3 oclock tor thl lurpoI of nominating
I a county ticket two rtntr representa
tives onl atute aenatrir effect I county
orKnnlzntlon and appoint 34 delegates
to attend the atatp convention to b
held In Opden
County Chalrmnn Herbert B Hmlth
cllled the convention to order Secy
K D Porpnaon rOd the official call
r after which n D Woolley wa Intro
duced by 1 E Smith L temporary
it chairman and made a brief speech
Herbert B Smith watt elected tem
j porary Mrretary After the appointing
t 4 of a committee on credentials ono on
reailutlwia nnd platform and onn on
q order of huslnepy n recetia was tAkcn
for one holif
On rpcotivpnlnjr the committee on era
dentlAlx reported nil proolncts Tepr <
vented no cnnteHts and all allowed to
votn When the order o btiHlness came
i up a majority anti n minority report
wni offered < onaldeNhle Interest wna
oxhlhllt Finally by ballot the ma
t jority report wan accepted which put
I U the nominating of senator to nearly the
i laM order of buslnena Thin virtually
4 I U WIVH 1 ontesi between the Benatorlal
1 41 1 candidates end wan considered a point
Ij J won by the Livingston faction
1 It 1 J M Johnn Wag choann chairman
I of the convention I 15 Smith vice
1 chfllrman and Mellor of Kayettc seore
1 tnI M A Boyden watt chosen nnsl t
cot necretnrj
l Tht party platform WILl adopted
and the following candidate named
S Cnunty Clerk O D Kllupon of 10
Assessor II C Hnnnen HoRh of
TountnJn Oreoil
I Treaurer Arthur JnhiiKnn of Kprlng
I City
j flernrclerl1aniey E Tllby of Kph
I county CommlHHlonera lour lr
term Ininex AnderBan Jr of Fair
view twoyear trm Peter Mortonson
of Kphralm
County Attorney Kph Unnsen of
S I Kphralm
state Ssnutor IV p Livingston
over John 1 Heely The former get
I tlnn f 2 votes and the latter 47
Sheriff Jnhn Knuduen of f Plena
1 ftnt
Surveyor Clyde Whltlopk of May
fleldHepr s nlothT F Keanis of
fiunnl on and fiydioy 8 Sniidfr on of
Kupertntendent of Retools Alfred J
I JM i of AVnle
I J M Johnson of Rprlnp city win
eleited county chalrmnn and the chair
I men nf the local nr K > ncls were elected
nn i flinty committee
t 11tllllI Itcfiicil to Inv Catnpiilcn
UlillciitliuiH Tit < Say
AlthiUKh Judpe 11 HOI n JudKO
if tin civil division of Ihe i ity court
ins reail out of the party by the
l > r > iiMran countv tonimitter Hnlnr
li > he opened and Hiljnnrum ixnirt
hIs mornlnK and w itIt to Jfftlpn to nt
tind he alntc convention The iom
inlttec ilnrlaren that ItiilE Uowmnn ri
fu orl to I iw > hla sliore nf the rntnpHlKli
rxpeiiicti and that hI IWM ttwulled
members of the fummlttee when Mil cf
fort was made In tullect It Judct >
Ron mini 1iMilrt lot be roBched thin
mrtmlnc In rBilen not beljis H delegate
to the cnnventkin The followlnn rpn
lullon was r imrteil hv tbe mihinminit
r IN and unnnlmounly adopted hr th
IlesoHert That It hi flu pctiea of
i Ihp Repnliluin It l iiiioH iMninilttii thiit
d JiulRp 1 M H < MM in hits nolHteil his
I I t areeoient M Hi In p itt that lit ha
t S failed to IM 1 1 rni HI utilisation flint
fall ilpnii 01 i mid that bo has
I deflnntU < i > il inixil nil I cf uaf d to
I llnII 0
meet HH ° I i ui Ii fli Ihirpfore thn
intnmllt li oH II n IIP IH no Innper
C nllllil I < i i linn the Iteiiilbtli
nu r oirt > I I i i iiiinlllw nei by
uliliiliiv < n snppoit from him I il
< 1
of this commit that
S ni 5 5 I lit sense > 1111
S all cthr randldiitMi who fall to bear
f thir shkie uf the cani alRii XII
I dr lkrI unworthy of filPlwt
I Mr Caroline C unn widow of John
1 nunn died early thin mornhiR nt the
I liiru I her daughter Mrs Dora
1 r MKlRlPt 468 Sixth nvonuo The de
I CTI Nl wan M > enra old The follow
ing children survive her Dr J W
V Mof
i unn of llutte Mont Mrs J
fall of Irfike View Utah anti Mm
i I pcirn MldRlo niperal arrangements
I will be announced later
Mr IlnlliMichn Smith One or
OrlKlnal UcllcfSwlcl > W oincn
i In irne ttn 11 he funeral of
i1it btitti il JI I l a subscrlb J
ff 5
Make Your
HofrenhlnK anti comforting
here you will llnd nverythlnK
liecptY to naikS It thurouRhly
llnili llruithM
Toilet ttiilrr
Cull Cream
ito rte
The Pure Orc
rl pen fi ry
South Mnln
ci f
r af 1 D serci N nt urteit fiat nl
th I ilginat members r the female
1ieIif Hodelv who wri piesent Marcli
I T 1SJ when the Prophet Joseph nr
gHtilt d that society none Ire now
Ivlritf Thulr mimes me Kmirw
Smith president Sarah 1 Cleveland
first counselor Elizabeth Ann Whit
net second counsolor Phebe Ann
Kllzabeth Jones Pack
Hawks Jlzabth JonfI Sophia
nrd riilllnda MerrLU Martha Knight
Desilemonn FulmiT Leonora Tnyli
Hnthsheba W Smith Phoebe M
Wheeler Elvira A Cole Margaret A
Cook Knoll 1 Klmbnll Eliza U
Pnnv Sopiln HcJlnnon anti Sophia II
JlrM Tom D Pit Pr died Kunday
at the hOlt of lint duuRhtcr Mrs len
llaywooil In Han Frantlmo The fu
nel1 itii probably be h > ld heie Wll
fleedi3 and Intonutril Mill lea In the
Mount OlHet cemetery
Mr i F Mills Hiuiounres the en
gagement of bin daughter M Cinll to
Ragmenl Dlmmltt The wedding wll
tnkci place Oct 12
Mm A H l Hlnl U hoate at n
In h of
h > this afternoon given hojior
MM Palmer
Mrs riortnco K Woodruff entcrtalnn
at a tea thin afternoon
Dr H O Jensen has returned from
nttomUncn o tho national convention
nf optometrists nt Cedar Point 0
which Is to meet In this city next year
H e saya the convention will bring 601
vltltora to Bait bake next August
A V Taylor Is back from Spring
valley Vyo where he la nctlxcly en
Raged in the oil bualne9 He reports
the outlook promising
Mti > > Dorothy ohd Laura Weber
hav gone to Northampton Mass to
attend Smith college
Dougla White heart of the literary
dppjtrtmnnl of the Halt Ink Route Is
In the city from lf Angeles
1 M Fonnlmoro of tiiej Bell Tel
pilous company hOI gonelito Montreal
to attend a convention thore of com
merclal telcphonn managers from nil
over tho country
Manager 8 I Babcock of the Com
mcTcUl club trafno bureau II on I va
Alma Kntz brother of Mrs I M
olt hal returned to his Portland
renewal of old
home after I pleasant reneuol
Hciiunlntancnd hero during tho pact
Chemist Harms was In lichen anti
Pink City Saturday on state business
Ranger C F Cooley of the forett
service 1 bock from the Coeur dAlene
where he went with others to light
J F llurton returned to Salt lAke
Saturday from the east whero he ha
h n for the pact two ncnks on bull
Oeorgo X Chllds superintendent of
Utah county acnoola la In the city to
day conferring with State Superin
tendent of Schools A C Nelson with
regard to tho holdln of the Utah
County Teachers Institute At Spring
llle October 13 14 and U A number
of prominent educators will address
tho tenrliers
JoH llnmo Hohlicil Thieve broke
into the home nf Paul OON R RS south
Sixth East street Saturday night
Ktole IJR In mone and a silver ten
set They gained nn entrance
a I ear window
Col Holme rnnilns Home Colonel
and Mrs 1 F Holmes are expected
home from southern California any
time after the first if the month
IIr Irlt
when the are to open the Ouardo
hoitee fr he time they remain In
this city
1 Stork iidtia a Call There Is 1 new
assistant sttorncj general In town
weight 1 ii pounds btnuRht by the
ttork this morning Mother and child
doing well though the former VMU
> er III Attorney Deneral Barnes Id
receiving congratulations
> w IteomltliiR imcer Corimral
PHIII H CoinRne of the marine corps
Imt iirrund frn Mart Inland to take
tempniar charR of the recruiting
itiilion In this cltv
SlliO Martin Allen relict of
llanlel n Allen th pioneer
nlller of Ptah died yesterday eve
lIng at the home of her Rrnnddaught
jr Ada n Ooodrleh at Wel Jr
Inn Mrs Allen WBJ > horn In llrookhn
ing Inland Mn 11 1R23 Shu joined
he Church of Jesus Christ of Ixitter
and crossed the
Iny Paints In Utt rrol
lilalns In nn ox team wagon with her
niinlmnd and family arriving In the
lull IRk valley In Keptemher I Hi
ind nettled at West Jordan where
Mr Allen look charge of Illship
PJardnfirn flower mill She leaven I I
large posterlt rTumberlng more than
Ion of children grandchildren great
srandohlldren and RTeatgreatgrand
ehlldren The funeral services will hI
hiild In the West Jordan meeting
hOI at I oclock p in Wednes
Ia > Bpt 2 c
iMCMiiniin IAMIW nnwAitn
hMwHnl Iiunes plckford died HI the
famllj residence at North Ogden at
I oMnfk Saturday evening of lenkngo
o the heart after an Illness of several
noiiths Deceased was born in Eng
and Jan 27 HLf and lout been a
resident of N rib Ogden since1S7D
He is unlvea b his wife five daugh
tpr and one lon also nine grand
llilrtii The funeral will be held at
he Sll Ogden meetinghouse Tiles
i ernoon at J olotk Interment
iihh tmclcrj tnke pMce at the North Ogden
cmecr c
c r WUIHKN mrrriixs
Kern Cmntirtltlon Now llnle In N r
i flIlabhueip TrnllltiK llceln
General Agent C F Warren nf tll
Santa FC haa Just returned from
business trip to Nevada Hn reports
llvflly condition of things out there In
the way of sharp competition betwen
tho Southern ParlfU and the tlm
Pacific for all kinds of business Ihp
struggle Including the Hacrntnento vo
lay as HI Vhero It formerly require
five to 1 day to lIt merchandise stilt
nienls from Piwlllc coaSt points 1110
central Nevndn I now ieoulreit only
lire days The Western Pacific late
I made a Dttnlld run with live stock at
ie rate of 74 miles Ir hour
Mr Warren noted that the reucnt dry
season had mused alI owners Lo
start the fall trail to the Callfornl
ranges earlier than customary whlo
many shep IIrl being shipped to Colo
rado anti Nebraska points In feedlni
lots Mr Warren nhci round time to
delve Into the tangled maze of mntrl
monlnl econonlcs to the extent ot
noting the presence In Ileno of 30
would he divorcees patiently hlbernat
Ing until the Hrrlvnl of the apt Ing sei
son o their relief from the frigid huh
o hymeneal ml ery Gambling1 In Ne
vada becomes ancient history net 1
and the Salt Lake vl ltor was toll h
pinmlnent rltlzens that Its aholltloi
wale the boil thing that could hay
IitIiptneih to the state
lloiiiilil Slnlili Acrlilenlnllv Stint II
Clpelnnd lint Cliinco In Iii p
Donald Stulilin a con of the W1
known trallli director of the Harrlmai
lines and general agent of these Inol
at Cleveland Ohio Is lying nt th
point f death from a gunshot vvomn
over the heart which hp yaa wan ac
th ntally Inflicted When illncovcro
KHturda eeiiln < be wan prontrate II
hid olflce which wal In much disorder
nnd the location of hU wife couli
not he asrerUlned at the time b > th
pollre Jr Ptubbii 8h ImmedlHtcl
came on from Chicago In a pHla
train He could ascertain no reasoi
for HIU belief thwre was an nttetnp
nt pulrlrte nail nald the CRuise of tin
unfortunate Incident was his soni
trenknepk for drink The young mat
had explained to the police that IK
was examining a newly purcha ed re
oer when It wan necldentallv lila
charged The doctors nay Donald hiv
H lighting chance for life
He la well knovn In Stilt Litke when
for neveral montii h nas In the of
fices of General Freight Agent Reeve
of the Short Line and Miovecl him
self a good rallroiid man Young Stubb
had atudled law In Chicago and of
flelnterl for two yearn an general nnenl
nt Hnlne before coming to this city
He left lucre the last of June to marr
Mls Marguerite Wheeler In New York
the two locating In Cleveland nftei
the honeymoon
CIfrll Mimnarr IJancnift nf th
Short Line lund Aul Oenernl FreIght
Agent PlaUted have returned from 1
northern trip Into Idaho where con
fretted conditions called for their pres
ence The line between Mccammon
and Pocutello 23 mlle la belnc double
tracked hut the traffic la eo heavy be
tween those points that the construe
tloh trains are spending about three
quArters nf their time lying Idle on Hid
ings Waiting for trains tn paaa
Car report JUF received In thin
CIty gIve the number ot Idle Crete In
this cpuntry for the t its woeka endlna
Pept 14 ni 47f > 7 a decrease of XfA3
from the prevlmii fortnights record
Tlip Orczon Short Iluo will makr
ertenalve ImprovemenU nt Poratollo
the comlntr year inclUding the now
depot a viaduct across the track 1
rearrangement of the yards tind the
puahiiiR of the double track to MinI
dnkaI Is announced from Los Ansele
that the Salt Lithe flouts will reduce tin
freight tariffs Oct 1 by 24 vents per
cwt on all shIpments un 11 cnrlond
Iota and I reduction of 12 cents on eat
bait ahlpmnl First claat merchnn
disc In lean thin carload lota will hit
carried for II M per ion pounds n re
duction of 24 cents The tariff on ma
chinery o reduced from St7 to I6
on canned goods from JlCR to a3
Chief Frrrlnl Accnt Iopieii 10l
of the Short Line Is investigating the
cane of J Meyer a Pullman porter
chanted with rohbltlK a heaseeflger nf
J60 last Jul Tho porter donlPa the
eu non but ndmlta striking
panaenKr for Insulting him
No a on lice Bin Orande arrived In
three neotlnna Saturday evenIng one
section carrylnsr recruits from Setter
don Ilarrncka bound for the Pacific
coast The Western Pacific left for the
went In two sections In consequence
AtNtant Superintendent 1 V Mc
Ahrr nt the dlnlne car and hotel de
partment of the Whorl Line ban accept
ed tho appointment of chief of the
same Kervlce wIth the Denver Rio
Ornndn road and assumes hIs new
< ins on th 3Mli tnat succeeding
ThomflB A t > mpi > ey real ned to be
rome chief of tha aervlce xllh tho
ii Jd trIII pnuisethrer agent
nf the anta Ke hal iirriuiKfd for the
trip cit Admiral Evans nat from thin
Irll The I oklnl call for Lila depart
lis over the Rio Granite to Colorado
HprlngT where he take the Santa Fe
lo fhlcairo at which point he clianKea
to the Pennsylvania
1 I MniulfTlltld aiialKtant general
frelRht nnd im < fencer Agent of the
fll Lake Route la In r > Ier on rail
mad bualnepp expeclnic to bo back
Tlienter The advance saleifor Hen
r v Millers engagement In Her Una
lands Wife at the theater opens nt
Ihn box office tomorrow morning Man
geT Iyper anticipates an old time
11 sh
Mr Millers many admirers here will
hI pleased to learn that he will Intto
luce a curtain rasrr before Her Hun
wnds Wife both evenings of hid en
tHgement n oneact sketch entitled
Frederic IxiMaltre which wag adapt
d from the French for Mr Millers
peelnl use by the lute Clyde Fitch Tho
curtaIn will rlw at 818 sharp on nc
Aunt of the double bill
Colonial The NPrlnee of Pllsen
kith an allstar cast wll be Keen at
Ir arts house tonight Tuesday and
> dne day with the usual Wednesday
ivUlneo Following The Prince of
PIn comes Our New Mlnlaler
which opens Thursday night
Orphcuni The new bill of the week
ann on this evening with the nAn
tlchfleld company f headliners
Ocrrlrk The InRersoll company In
he strong western play entitled Tho
Volf will ha seen tonight Int nil the
keek with the customary Wednenday
rno Saturday matinees
nHnlrlfh Allen Curtis compativ
In An Ameiluin Princess will be the
traction thla evening with the Usual
ouble performance S
Mnlnc IlfHiron 1hp Luna isle
hubert and Kllte will present new i
picture all around this week n number
f attractive nipis hav < Dg been secured J
Declares Coal Contraot Illegi
And Asks Board of Educa
tion to Readvertise
Effort of Velar oal Ciinipnny 10
llrcak In Will Not Affect
The rnmll llln
In n protest filled this mornIng will
I 1 JUdd Clerk of the board ut
edutititlon JUohard 1 Morris win
tendered th law hid of I36H ton
for furnishing rust to the cIty schools
declaroa thnt the board of cdtioatloi
Illegally nwardod the contract to tho
Weber Coal companv becausn the hit
was not submitted In thin prescribe
time Mr Morrli asks for 1 hearlni
a hits protect and asserts that tin
board or education ought to r
te for bids In order to comply will
he ordinance The Weber Coal com
mny did not rend a certified chock or
100 with Its 111 nx required under
tho advertisement This technlcallt
ivlll Ibo he rnlscd nH I la one of lhl
imrortant tfiltisa which the boaiV
of education Required of the local con
lealers wile they submitted their
bids Tho protest Is nt follMva
Hon members of the city hoard ot
education City Gentlemen
I respectfully enter a protest HRUlns
tho awtirdhiR of the coal supply foi
the Punting seheen to the Vnhcr Coal
coinpnny rod the followIng remon
The bid of the Mid AVeber 011
company wnV not submitted to thi
hoard wC the prescribed time
Yours Very Respectfully
In ar Interview Mr Morris fald tlili
morning i nm not deleting the bean
of Pfjuatlnn hut I want a fair dhow
In coir pPhlF with other coal dealei
and coal cnmrnnles The board ad
vertlreil for hld nnd I auhmllted thi
low hlll30 cents I ton loner than anj
of the other denlers The hoard re
Jected 1 the bids anti then Aceeptcc
n hid several day later from the We
ber Coal company which was maili
under the same ndvertlsement hit nil
within the prescribed time nor under
the prepcrlbed condltlonn for the corn
puny faIled tl miiipnny Its bid with
n certined check lo ensure Its faithful
ness In entering Into the contract which
calls for I bond of 15000
What I want Is an equal chance with
the Weber Coal company I believe
that the Iward should rendvertl fat
bids and Kin the local firms a chance
to compete wjth the Webot Coal company
NJ coAt WAR tf t T
When the board of educatlortAxiJrrd
ed the contract to the Weber roll
company for furnl ilnK 4cceo 011 ol
oul for jUs lnlllc rlty schools durlns
hp 1o rArlf flLi p rilrmSY 1
nvalnst ili prue quoted by IhlLks
coal firms J525 Home con umer took
the turn of attains to Indlrnte that the
price of coal would soon drop here be
llovlncr that the combination prlcn loin
been brok n nut It nppearK not R
coal itenl r rJieddlm light on ths matter
In the following strain
Th Weber Coal company which
has orflreii In the snme ul 1111 with
tbe Pambercfr Coal companv In Main
street Is p Ulnc coal nt wholeialn In
uantltlen In Idaho Waahlnxton Neva
da nnd pars of 1tah but has no facili
ties at present at least In this city for
handling Its product nt retail I Is not
even selling M retail dealers In this
cltt Ily telling to the board of educa
tion direct It IUtM out the middleman
In IhlH city and thereby Is able to cut
the regular figure In this city Aluo
tho I1nmh rgpr Interest1 own the con
trol In the nnlRl1 and Daly mining
companies In Park City and these two
mining cotnpHniei own the Weber Coal
company property The coal for the
city schools will come from the Wn
sUrh mine I property purchased by
I C Chambers many yearn HBO for the
use of the Ontario mine When the
nnmberirers secured control of the On
tario property the control of the Wa
enteh mine nl1 went to the namberR
era Hnvlnc nn vnrd facilities here the
Weber coal tiii be released at the
freight depot the hoard of education
to make Its own deliveries
being required IH OI IIrII
Contrary to the view of some con
sumers that the prIce nf real la likely
to drop the state coal mine Inspector
hal predicted 1 shortage and If his
predictions arrive the price the
dealers say wIll probably ndvanc
Tries tn Still Troubled Water In Police
Mayor Bransford ban stepped Into the
widening bleach between JudKO Whit
aktr of the pollen court and tho oince
of City Ally H J Dlnlnny He vis
ited the police headquarters today and
had M long in Ik with Chief of Pot I
Bam Barlow and Ju 1J Whllaker
I am tired of all this wrangling
said the mayor I would like to get
this matter settled up he continued
matr 11 ntnu
things running Kmootlily again
and see Ihtnll lunnlnlmotII alaln
I no sooner Kit one thing straightened
nut than something else comes uI to
make timings unpleasant The mayor
then went up Into the chambers of
Judge Whliaker and had a lono and
evidently serious tnlk
Judge Whltaker nnnounced however
that < there would bo no reconclllntlon
far he wa concerned
nut of court as an WI
cerned The ease comes up before
Judge Morse tomorrOW inornlnR W 8
Dalton was In court as usual thin morn
Inc slid rrad the usual statement to the
court to the effect that the city attor
icY oinc WBH willing to prosecute
and that lie wan ready to act for him
1 V Ilngrrs R Ir as usual anti Dai
Inn was n mere spectator however
T A Halladay A M Johnson and
FVank loveless all of Mldvale mere
brown tn the street At Second South
ind Slate about non today when the
earn they were driving became frIght
1lm to
ned und nmde n tudden wild lunge
et out of the harness
It the reins when
HnllaUny waa stuck to 1ln whfn
brown out > fid In doing an had a
nlraculoua escape from serious Injury
ksll wait he escaped with I few brute
i 5 nnd n badly scraped kg where the
lcr > team dragged him over the ai
neT The others were nnt hurt
An Intereitlnc compilation formlnc
he hUtory of theatrical In Salt Lake
hy the late John S Llndtar for sat
ot the Dcscret News Book Store Price I
tlO J
Hobert Kdwnrd hieJcui flied Patunlt
In the district court nn answer l thl
amended complaint of Alice 1lllol
eas nnd added another chapter to Ihe
Mnaallonal divorce null which hNa
h een in the courts for tIlt pout I
months flees repents file oharf
nunlnsl Mrs Hess of Illicit relntlot
with A J Tadje for which Tadje U si
Ing for JIOOM dumagpa for alleged di
latnntlon of character und place tll
Unw its February 2S 1910 and the pla >
533 post Street Bees also ullegon thllt
hut linderslnnds Mrs Hess hvi Rive
their youngest child to 11 Tadje wlLh
the understanding that It be adopte
by thn Tndjei as soon ns IIOpAlhlo
Fmnk WiHid the negro cocaine helm
who shot J A Kgbert in the hip In
i onimerclal street Inst Jim WAN set
tcnceil to serve five years In the stat
penitentiary Hntunlay by JudRe T U
1wll Wood rnn ivinurk with 1 le
volver when several policemen attempt
ed to nrrist lilmmd 1 htln Innocwn
bystander tvas shot Ho was tried nn
n charge of assault with Intent to com
mil murder but tho JUT brought In n
veidlct of iisnuH with Intent to 110
hoI harm 111 sentence nf five year
It the ninxlnuiin for Ihe offense or
which ho wa convicted
Maurice Mnre xit a Salt Lake m1
carrier hall filed n pctltion In bank
uptcy statlnR his asset ns fliP unc
lila llnbllltlos as JU3C6 1mU J Tnufet
1 local foreman ban also md a petl
lion slating his debts HH j611 9S and hil
clomp aSsets as tS90i of which JTS Is ox
filella Kcllln n negrega who tool
JOT from George Harris 1 Vellowslon
park teamster sverul days ago plead
ed guilty to I charge of petit lArceny
In police court todny and was cit
fenced to six months In Ihe county Jail
Harris wnH ordered released from tin
same place where ho his ben In cus
tody an I witness
cov IOXPS DisciiAitnr
Con Jonas nccuoed of steallnx nomi
lumber from A A Doc MId wh
llve nt 464 South HtHlc street wai
tried nnd discharged In police cour
this morning on the charge Mler tea
lined nnd told of the alleged theft
Jones denied the charge und said It
was mrely spite work on the part or
Mien The men had been In a sort or
Charlen Genlur a mere boy lift
clurced with petit larceny In pollci
court this morning He Is nccusd ot
Menllng U worth of tools from tim Pal
Ijk Hooting company I am guilty
said Omiler to Judgn Whltaker hut I
stole the tools to get something to cat
I had been working for thN cotnpan
and they owed me some alary nnt
wouldnt pay so I took the tools nm
fold them The tools consisted of R
hammer and 1 pair of pliers
Attorney mil Newton Interposed nl
this Juncture and offered lila service
to CSenler free o charge The pollci
ottlayJPr said that he f el that the
h oluII Innocent and necked to tiny
l1 emirate the maier Thl
Ilm Tlj11 heard tomorrow New
ton Verured a bondsman for Genler
Oenrie Smith and liny Whltneld
the iwo ydith fhargecl with petn
larcenv ffirth theft or clothes from
Ih < stores of J p Gardner and the
Mullet Clothing company were giver
n hearing In the police court Sat
urday They pleaded not guilty and
thelcxsfat wns r for Oct I Ball was
The JM > ono breach of promluc suit o
Mine Rinlly lan agaInst Joseph Nel
son wets passed lo the foot of the calen
dar nt the defandnnfs request In
District Judge M L Itlti hlen court
Saturday Nelson la desirous nf se
curing depositions fiom Ihe east nnd
the action was taken Unit this might
be done An order wire granted bv
Judge Illtchl that the testimony uf
Miss Cdna Bvnns n noted Iuli tdnger
studjIng HTParls be taken bv deposi
tion before the American tire consul nt
Paris Another order was entered for
of Annie and Lit
taking the testimony o Alnll
lie Kborn before the vice consul
According to Miss Bvnnan father for
a year and a half Immediately preced
ing the departure for Kurore Mlsti
Kvnns instructed Mr claims children
In music and at various times heard
Miss Kborn say that she hated to leave
the Nelson home ns she had grown to
love tho children
Xolwhhing lo have It nild that wr
sonal prejudice InMueneed hiM action tn
the slightest degree Judge T D Lewis
transferred this morning James cillroy
guilty of second degree burglary to
Judge MI Itltchles court for sen
tence filmy drew four years at haul
labor In tht state prison
ILhl home of George K Mmitli UI
aft nrct South street wns entered b >
nilroy on the night of April IP 1910
Olro articles of value 1101
and I number of nllcl Iul Itol
In This house Is adjoining that IKIU
pled by Judge T D Lewis That tin
one could nay that personal prejudl e
entered Into the sentence the defend
ant was transferred to another court
for sentence Ollroy was Identified on
I street by the lttle daughter of Mr
Smjth and his arrest followed
R H Hall the man who re ent y
ntered I saloon and flourished a I
iolver announcing at the same time
that he siaa a bad bad man and
nould hot another mans eye out
orfelted a rash bond of sco In the po
Icn court today lIeu la said tn hae
Icl the city and statfd before he went
that he thought that he had ISO worth
o fun out nf the Fun and was willing
to let I RO I
William H Sherman of Ogden filed
i petition In bankruptcy this morning
a the Inlted States court placing his
liabilities at 11430iO and Ills assets
two suits of clnthea valued at = >
which are exempt
Howard n Dampler pay In a suit
EIrd district court Haturday that
lied In thdlltrirl rurl fatull
Blanch M Dampier deserted him at
keley Minn Sept 1 190J after
Tiarrlage at Fergus Falls Minn June
marla and Frlli for a divorce lie
he has rn
aya that from Information hi
elved she tm Tacoma Wash
Paul Drotibsy filed an answer Satur
Ilul thE dUtrlct court to O f lenn
on > suit to recover on a promissory
nl for J409M given In part payment
In which it Is
lor 240 bend of sheep II
illeged that the sheep were disease
ivith scab and spread the dls8
Inb other sheep owned by him
Ho seta up a counter claIm for U9JM
IU countf
10 excess of the amount demanded by
Pearson for damare
Judge C W More granted today
mitt decreea of divorce ru follows
AnnIe Ir Frledal from Albert T Frle
of minor child and S = o a
IHI custody
II < alimony Jnm A
month almon
permanent h rlM A KlttlMon
1IU minor chid Ellen Peter ilion
uatodr of a chid Elen
todJ L Wihhiistns
Wllllanw from Miles llln I
lion llam from David Rc Jones
nnlo 7 Jone trn1 18ldn
Hlbbanl has entered suit for
Marian William Hlbbard tins
horvf agslns t WIllm Ibblr
al Dlalnd J
InE her wt Pfl aiat4on Hi Bonui >
port They irr married nt Weat Jor
dan Feb 16 1901 She asks for til
restoration of her maiden lam Jane
Marian Lane
The Utah Copper company has regim
condemnation proceeding agilnst Kllcn
Jackson ond others for I right nf wny
for n ruiml from Its property t > tho
iDticrntrnlinff plant nt OarVld
Tho cnsi aganst Jeoo 1 8tin
iharmed with embezzlement fioni th
nnthenlxtir I Schlosa ClRar company
of MO tins dlamUMnd today on at
count of lark of evidence
Now that tIme Kcpjoii hotel Improve
ment are apprnachlnK lompletlm lIlt
Kuel at that hostelry anti dally reach
InK the former 1 Mitrona Th > hoUse
bus been filled twlca duiltiR the rust
Amons thi le11 at tile Kcnyon to
day were C S V Whitney of San Krnn
claw Mr A V Aiulrmon of Hln
hum 1 I i Vaunt I prominent chi
CHK hllhu nnd 1 r Irlm > who u
on bin it icy lo the rnlvrralty of Mlclll
san from hiI home In Butte
At the Wilson today are rfflll ro I
iMr antI Mrs F AiiKuatiu llolnzr of
llutte Mr llclnz visited lUnxham to
day In company with Colin Mclntyre
the BPtieral mnn Kcr of the hum Cop
per compnny of which Mr Helnao
owns the control
At the Knutxford tolny are reR ter > d
tjrd and l idy Tnlhot de Nlltlkf cf
Nllltlke I rein liii
J A lludv bookkeeper at the
Federal foal company found n hlcyi
list In ihe llud ranch hoime near
the Jluena Vista nice track Hundny
ami after Undine that the hOI Dad
been rilled of all Its content ptirftitect
the imu with his horse nnd finally
knocked him down with n revolver
hull While HUd WHS tryIng to get
the shortlY the man escaped I In
thouclit he Is 1 Urepk junk
eSpecial CorrespondPive
Thistle Sept 2fA number of cnsej
of smnllpox hnve broken out In tliii
neighborhood The malady In In J
very light form however The school
have been closed for the present
A large number of < attic have been
killed nn the raIlway tiaik In the can
yon near here rerentlv nnd ttock own
ers are topxldcrahb aroiisol over Ih
RIrlnl CPlpofMn I
Kaysvllle Sept 26 Tb Iinerai
service oer the remain uf the ht <
Mra Rachel n Colnmero will lie hld
at the CHv vllle niPctlnglioiisi Tues
day at U a nl The ioi caK d wee n
or the earliest plnlieeiv hr and
leaves a wide itch f relitli rfiil
frland She < amp In Hi rnlted
State In 1KIO The miliis flsi > bo
viewed at lh home of Mrs n W
Layton Tuesdav front 10 Ui ln 4 1 n 11
laytnn Rcpl WThe funeral rf Wll
Ham John Cowlev was liM Kuti ln > at
noon nt HIP KaM Layton m etlnghou p
lichen N Adams presiding The ward
choir furnUlicd a number of hp utlfnl
selection nnd N 1 Whlteildeti rnlpt
tli solo Some Sweet Diy The snpnk
fr were f 0 I Iny wood lll hi W U
Kuhre of Handv Jnliu V Taylor
Alexander Pflltnn Illshop Ti K Iavtnn
anti K 1 Ktllson All spoke In high
est terms of ih honest uprIght lre < > f
deceased and offered antis of contaIns
tlon to the hprnp1 family Inc Irlenls
Th services were Urgel altendrd HIP
mefttlnghoure being Inadequate to Hcrnrn
inodRte lIe crowd Kollowlng lIla wrv
Ices n special a conveyed the bmlv tn
Unit Lake where Interment took piin
Mananaa Colo 8 i22 The Han Inl
Stake academy cpfncd here Sept 1 ho
dr very favorahp and promising condl
lions A new addition to the building ha
just ben completed furnIshIng exrc
lent and convenient quarters for th1
domestic fccleme and wondwork dIr
domnl The assembly ball and classrooms
room have all h pn kalsomlned nnd put
W framed
In splendid condition Nearly 1 1rmd
pictures have teen tirtlstlciilly nrranged
almut the walls of thin prvernl rom In
fact everything was put in the bst pos
Klhle shape
At thn opnlnir fl rtudents registered
prartlcnlly double the record of un > pre
S Iris > cnr
New Fall
French and New
York Models
276 Main St I
PMojrran i ii
IlL a
Tim funeral semi i o
j t
of David
1 iwen ccii f
1111am lid Ii Uiltn of Hi IK i
8 yeiira will ho 1111 i I
from the n
clmp t 1 f
Taylor Jl raulli cHp i i
IinIdN are Invited t o u i
1 I I
In nty inetery
urNNIn ibis llv pc c
ollne limn rell > t fPj > r
niothai ot Mr lmii ol I
SOIIt year Hh lii ii i
children l > r j v ij
Mont Mr J n Mofru I I
flail and tlrs id M
Int I r
alxlli avenue thN ic < I
Kunernl notice iiutr
I B Evans riorlat 3 < fln Sr
Floral dualgnif n special > lhM Ill
A HEAl PCHHi MS 8r rT it
Hunla ferrnn u i P At
Street Jteward 11
Union Dental Co
Palnlcs extraction of teeth or 20
pay All work guaranteed
We Treat You Right
I Novelty In
Post Cards
The Deseret V r 11 I
has Just rerelved 1 P nm o
BeaillM Post
A prominent feature is a sr f
arranged from a full hItr >
made of velvet and rthr
ored in the natural tnto In
the background H n yiu 0
KMHORSED nnd ants i i
These cards are tt >
souvenirs to rend to frlno T i
Send for a simple card TI F
Dcscrct News
Book Store
fi Main St Salt Lake Cltv
The New Art
Mission Globe
U Wernicke Book
As usual the Dimvoodey Funnturo To aro first jn
tl1lC nnd libran
nnnouncp new designs in ollice iunnturo
Oct 5 we shall have on our floors ready for your
inspection the new ArtMission Book Case which has
as a special feature the absence of end irons
Catalogue now here
You will be interested in the
New Art Mission Book Case

xml | txt