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1 Col Loose Again Selected by Re
4 1 I publican State Com
it I f mlttec
I 1iti l < Xiril nf ScnNf l u Purls
I lotrpli A Voiine Ilk Surrr or
li fluit tar < hll rn hy mrrklllu
t 1 Ih rly rhslrmen en ii I At
1 P mwlinsi lfrI In this city l1IJ1
j 1 t r < l Ix ne ns MimnincMl In ytHI
it i 0 clionen to sue red Mm
I XewH WlA hoMn
uhnlrnnin of the Hepubli an
c self a thrll Ippublao
ft tic
4 Il utati coinmUl at 1 zntIng
elerted commllle Arid In
n f npIy Iflef
I oltice of lov Upry Jnseph A Toting
whn bus been crluy of the Palt Lako
t I Demcxrallr county Mnmltr for ev
I eral ss elected chairman of the
I fil ysflrr I Idld t11
I I I I icommllt yesterday to KUCiecd Hen
1 II T Lloyd find David C Dunbar was
I r chosen chairman of Ihe eudoAmer
gj I1 I Jcan rrtmmllteo whlcli also held a meet
Ft ing Tueaiay
i 1 Thn Unpubllcsn meellriR WI attended
Ii II by I if Iho M coinmllteenien elected
nt the Republican atatB convention held
I p at Ogden Monday thn following being
T i In nttendnnc J U Kldredge Jr hold
I ing the proxy of J O JorRcnsen of
1 L f Hevler cnitnty w P Knox of Beaver
J I t I N Stohl of HoxelOtr A W henley
I of Carbon W J Heoly of tel J
I t Hulllvan of Juub M JI tileele Jr
I T of Tlute WeIey K VVHlInn of Itlch
I t < nrl A Pndger of Halt Uike I M
Johnson of fianpete Joorg Pesrle of
I flntah J C Jensen of Wnsatch nnd
nudolpli Kuchler nf Wohr J U
i1 t j Ktrtredge Jr flail l ike United States
r Hrnator George iiitherlnnd and Con
j I gresaman Jojeph unwell attended tho
Ij7 m ln Oov Hprj being absent on ac
Ii count of tho state board of pardons
ilI I being In session at the ttato peniten
Ii tiary
1 After a short Informnl discussion
J I among the members Senator Carl A
y a I IMilgtr of Halt Uiko placed Col
lcifu In nomination for tho Mnto
I I chairmanship Thb scloctloti of Mr
I I lndfo was made by mituilinnns veto L
L f N Ktohl of Doxoldcr nominated r C
al loofbourow IIH first vicechairman
I k and John DeQrey DIxon ot Utah
I jiomlnnted I N Htohl ns ttccond vlco
j 1 II chnlrman both Kcntlemen were elrct
i1 cd without opposition The chairman
l W1U4 empowered tn appoint hln own
I I WI secretary II I Cummlngs holding
t t mt I the position at present In the absence
Ill iIi I i of Col Oeorgo I Foulre who is III
I Cot Loowi hail placed his resignation
i with thD committee but It Is believ
ti I ed he will act on the unanimous re
1 i quest of the state committee Col I
Ioosi II nt present In Now York
I I Ttit Democratic county commltlee
I 1jf met In the headquarters of the lnlo
1 ii committee on the sixth floor of thn
l tI I Mclntyre building Tuesday evening
iI I The resignation o Hen T floyd u
I Tii < ountv chairman wan accepted and
It Joseph A Young was named as his
I I J successor Mr lovd has been chair
man nt the county Democratic or
Q KiVlintlon for many yenrs and Ja
I 1 nerved Ihe party through success nnd
tI through defeat he has been faithful
iI L at his j > nst nnd his nIce have been
c j I i nrpreclmed hy his party Mr Young
I 1 III I hns Aced aa secretary of the com
i l1 j 3 q I mute for nome time and I s entirely
t I j I It of familiar with the conditions and needs
I party
F I I Declinations were received from sev
I t eral candidates named on the Demo
1k I I cratic county ticket which were filed
l t t and the countv committee was nu
1t n 3 thorized to fill the vacancies which
I will be done In a few dais The tie
J cllnatlont were nJ follown Joseph f
1 1 Peery candidate for limo state senate
I Frank 11 Stephens candidate for the
I I 4 I lower house Douglas A Swnn can
r didate for auditor Jitephen r nich
l nrds candidate for county attorney
h i II Walter Uomney candidate for county
l PIni clerk
t I 1
I i Kthlhlix for Flnlo Inlr online In
I i I Sliudllr
I ver < p Hment at Ihl state fair
thla year will have more nnd better e >
blhlts then ever before Beey Krslun
nnrt his eorp of ntulntrtntx worn busy all
flay entering exhibits thn ruth for sr rn
i this afternoon being ereeptlonal The
I I erlrtes clo e at mldnUht tonight
t I Among the new exhibits tt thn state
fair this a will hp two carloads of
C t rattle aM liorcea from Ixieln Canada
among them being eight Clydeedale UI
llons and some prim sheep Mr Kiulen
jass that this I hut on of the many
Indications of the wldetpread Interest
I I the fair Is attracting
Another carload of IoI ei < IMS been re
I i eelved It being tram tV n nnjlunte of
Provo and contalnlne < al bones
Pe < ry Knslgn as that
I nln IaA 1t many peorlo
I have a keil why th fair Is not 10110
I p I tinued two weeks Inntend of nne but
I much an the plan Is feasible fmm t
I inndpolnt of pMmnxice sir nnslan atyi
tht the fruit and horticultural exlilhltn
1 nIdi
i untx
would wilt and many of the hores and
allle could nol hear lo eland for to
I t weeks In their stalls without the cut
ternary exercise
j i JJcmcr Uoinnn l IS Tncnscnient
i I 1 lug In I lot ci Vimli 1101
I i MM Kloyd I Skinner n bride nf
only a few short cIIIya In teArfully be
v < lllng the loss of
llnl thl her diamond engage
ri ment ring and she offers 1 reward
I equal to the full luf Pf the trinket
I of tender memorlcg to Anyone who will
it return I
1 i Mrs Rkinmr lives In Denver Phe
was married there B few day ago nnd
i she and the happy groom iturtnl on
their lionoymonn They ntupped off In
i Palt Lake nn their way to Portland
I tlnd
I 1r Or and vesterday afternoon ce ured I
L ii room lit the Almond upnrtment at
4 1 r 9 west fOnd South ntreet Mr
Skinner went to the bathroom to wash
II Jir hands and left the ring on the
I land She thought nothing of It until
this mnrnlnir I wna then gone and
i the matter was reported to the police
q The finder Is requested to bring the
1 ring to police headquartern and Mrs
Fklnner will ask no questions
I Ttie hOI for holding the funeral or
II ljrer i Know Jr who died Monday
i I of tphold fever at the home of his par
I ents tl < Third Fast street list been
I j chanced fiitn Ham < o I v m Thun
I d i art S3 LId r O r Whitney will
i 1 I Ir i H rLk a t crvlr which
1 h Iha tam y rciIien e < nnd will
1 rhlt
A Simple
I taken in lime will
lCPl I cough or cold
Wo htrongly recom
mend Syrup White
Pino and Tnr or Qutuiue
Ltixntirp Tablets
Only 25c
Tbe Pnre Drne
nnn r
Fnlii Main
M11 1
Ito eIri
Irri niri
Iteildent and IVotierlv Omur oh
lect to Saloons In Their
The Henna committee and the pollco
and prison committee of the city coun
cil met this morning In the council
chamrers and dlicutHfd a number of
mntter rrrommtinOutloni I which
will lie presented to the city couilI fur
final A lon Thursday night With the
probable exception of two r thr o ap
plications favorable tepuit mil ka
made 10 the city council I Ih Ut ap
plications fur retail liiiuur lltuiis
whlclr were presented to tio city coun
cil Monday night <
B M Harlow chief of police met
with the roinmittecs and volunteered
ptofenonal odMc on all uppllcuion
In doubt Thl Ikento cuminme wdl I
recommend thnt A Hcrz who eecureJ
the iloon concession at the state fair
grounds bo permitted to open for bud
ness Friday lhnt the worker at tha
fair grounds may secure their refresh
ments without being compelled to ex
pend car far to go up town
Action on the applkatlon for n lcent > e
for Iho Uarden hotel building was held
up on protest of Councilman Walter C
Lyne who said that on account of tha
proximity of the McDonald Candy fac
tor where many girls were employed
the Influence of a saloon there might ho
harmful Mr Lyne will make Investiga
tion and report to the council before the
Thursday nkht tension
The application of A I Ill 219
west Second Houth street was also hill
up pending Investigation I was re
ported to the committee that I number
of resident In that locality hal pro
bated against tho locvitlon or I B
lon at that place Councilman More
ton told thnt It ought to ho un to thu
property owners nnd not the penple liv
ing thwvi I protests were mndetmlhe
property owners by tennnts
lroprt the prop
erty nwnern would protect quIckly
enough Mr Lyn who took the ml
nortty stand wan Instructed to make
an lnestlgatfon and report to the
Chief Barlow stated that the police
department had a patrol wagon that
could cathy be converted to flre depart
ment use Tbe best offer he had ob
tamed from Chief Olore of the fire de
partment WHS I2J5 for the
parmnt 125 wagon and
harntsB The committee decided to fell
to the fire dpartmant for JJ50 If that
figure met with Chief Olores approval
For rapid and effectlvo work In case
of automobiles catching fire Chief Bar
low recommended that the
rfmmendr tht motorcycle
policemen be equipped with a smtll
chemical apparatus which could be
fastened awois the shoulders ny this
means the motorcycle men could Bet
to the scene of trouble quicker than
the fire department The matter will
be considered by the committee
T 11 Unwell Come to Town anti Rets
Into Had Compnnr
T L j1owejltho lives at Mnla1 Ida
came to town the other day to buy enmo
farmlnir machinery lie left his wife and
children behind In Molad When he got
here ht bought the maenlaery and then
started In to nee the places where smiles
are soft and where the bright lights
ihlne late As a result he got Into a
disturbance and started In tn dean thing
up In I certain neighborhood Then the
police came Thti morning hI was nl
stMod t by Judge Whltoker In police
flirt for his outing and If It hadnt
been for the wife and the children wait
ing for him in Malad he may not have
gotten off so easily at he wax charged
with battery
ROTS Utah nunnUnirn Hcfurrl to At
tend AVfoinlni Mancutrr
A recent luun of the Arm and Nary
Journal contain tiuc remarkable state
ment that the Utah and Wyoming rallllla
declined t rurttclrMe In the amp Otis
mneii rii this numiner Owlnu 10 In
nie < iimi > if the water euptilv The
Journal lntrniiue Die paragrah with
the true enough ntalemenl that the Colo
rado rnllHI fulled to participate and
add tlmt no fihnfrnili would not allow
It fr the reason mentioned The fart
thai the Cnlnrndo guard wee retted with
n had rape nf eold feet Is generally
uhdrrntood to have been Ihl reI reason
with Ilic alleged shortaRe of water nun
ply a > HP oauuIe The soldierly manner
with wMoh the rtah guard conducted
Itself In ramp was such nt to win the
mom heart commendations from the
regular army officers present It wai
the ittt sp > earanr the Utah beys ever
mid In Hn encampment and then for
the Army nnui Navy Journal to ansnrt
ftah wits uiirepre nted at elm > Oil M
what JOlh UllltnKs wruuld T call 5 mutch
tpecial II The Neil >
Logan Bepl ItIt Is reports that W
W Hall llr thin city has been drawn In
to the race for the nomination for ten
or on the nepubllcan fide nf the QUC
lion It II sjOd that the opposition to
benator Hullefl iould nn ncree on John
A llendrlrkron and that Mr 1111 waa
brought Into the rare for that reason
lie In a resident of the Hecond ward I
this city and has served one term In the
state leclnlnture A a member of the
house lie I auppnsed to he nn nsur
gent as far as local matters
Ienl A 11 nlUr are con
cerned but Is I Unwell man nationally
Heretofore the TJullen men nAtlnnty
Inaetlie hut today ther necan the work
of lining up their fofces for the rounlv
ennventtxn which meets here next Ion
da mornlnj
John J OCarroll a btitln n man eif
Oolcond Nv and Mil Margaret VnlI
Ian of PaJt lHke were married itt tt
Marys cathedral Hi 10 oclock Wednndiy
morning J > ean Karris of the Judge
Mar y hospital nfflrlatlnc The brIde Is
a daflihler of UavM > tn can a well
known wholeaul poultry men who owns
one of the largest t etuItry ramhtu In lbs
AtOte Ml MM eoulli ThIrd 1aat J
Tlioiiiiis I tOt C II I Pit of Despond
wicj CII Ills Throut
Wlh a Iliuiir
iHpecal to Tho frws
Providence Bpt M Thomas Doe a
laborer of this tilaue I lIed about 10
yasri tried to commit milcldn lat night
Ho nrofe at midnight tlnl his wife tIC
was going to elK drink shortly after
ward ht heard him fall heavily and on
going lo his Blstance found that ho
had taken u ror and drawn 1 fearful
iash arrow bin throat The windpipe
nits severed but the main arteries of ilia
nerk f misted Phyairlans were sum
moned und they drosseri Ma injurlee at
well as potslhle and It Is now hoped that
v win re oor hut there are many
nra siilnst him
Ixne has lived here for many > ear
and had bitterly been emplojed at the
auger actor lie has the niUforunr to
luc d < af and has UMrly been poa
xsstd tvldi the irti thai I how around
him themselves making
were enjoying In maktK
arftioiis remarkN con < ernlns him lit
hu been despondent fr nn ibis ram for
porno lime and no other reason can 09
eeegne4 for his action So far as
kowo his health l goad end t ° m > Btle I
anti other relations harmonious
A liorse running at large at Stale And
Thirteenth Hiiith Mreets about 10 Ills
running suddenl jumped In front ut I
i ithtiuuiiil street mr operated hy Mo
irmnn I J King The performance
was nu ttulck that the cur struck the
hors with full momentum hefote th
tiiriint mild be hut riff The animal
was thrown to no lde with the rlb on
one slut all smashed Ant died from Urn
hock In a few momenta The car was
Immediately stnprnl with no particular
damage beyond SIlo midden Ur There
wer nn purrnifftK on board and the
car row escaped with only a sudden
Jolt Tlic hors belong to Andrew Han
8n rf Amerlian Fork who had placed
it in H pnture near by and from which I
U lail imapffj with Ih r aiove reault I I
bongo Jepsnn I mln who hn hn
much In Ihl liandu of the police was ar
rented mday charged with tfalliit I Bull
of clothes from the California FJxpert
leaning company The null wat hanging
nn I linn in the fAr of the cleaning piece
at 37S south Slot ntreet ahen It na >
stolen In
cJlli fire department 8 railed to the
hliidebakir garage on Herond Wt and
Second South street at noon today for
I hlax In Ilie now furnace The furnace
being new and the draft hut off It
smoked up he place a bit when It waa
filled with rubbish and lighted The
man who WIA ttrniln < thl furnace
ouldnl find the flue ana ran and lurn
cr1 In M alarm anl
rllv llonnl of Health Wi llarc Mov
log rirttirco nt Ihl State Tnlr
The city boaril of licnlth will have Hn
one of tho many features to be present
ed thin year at the tHto fair
tht Illr 1 moving
picture anti t > r x > Dtlcon how exhibit
I Ins modern snnltary method of diilry
lnj and other fourccn of foodMuffs In
the making Th fllma wens first iwed
by the health
hrflh department of Nan York
city In I pur food rampnlBni The
cnrrt them ivns pronounreil Thtty
how how dnlrylncr may be rondtirtod
at no greater fxpenao than under mom
001 methods olranllneis being mor
Keynote of their mnnnuemcnt and a
healthful product beIng the result
In nddltlon to fxhlbltln the dims on
dairying the picture show will exhibit
on the screen hy means of Mereoptlcon
views local sanitary anti tinMnltnry
place including mnmifnrtorlei rat
taurant stores Sick yards and other
features with which the bonrcl of health
hat to deal I In proposed to hPllh
an educator of the People as to thus
necessities for greater cleanliness In
the home shop nnd everywhere else
anti to recur from thorn their CO
operation In assisting the
orerlon city MAre
of health to combat disease A It lurk
In unsanitary places
w F Ptohrr and Mr and Mrs
OeorR A Startup of Provo Wllllani
Illetiiifch of Hfiuvfltha P O Huell of
Heber clty nnd V o Sessions of
Itnuntlfnl pre at the Now Windsor
Mr anti 3lri 1 Ainp llnrKm nf
Providence H I and F I tanacati
femloh and H n Tlckner of Donver are at the
W Ie Ixo o ChAn Uyo U A
Maglnnlr of Ogden Mark Hopkins of
ttah Lake Hilda Coffman of Spring
vllle John Heynolda of Hprlncvllle and
Hugh AV Harvey of Heber City are at
the Oullen
Mr nnil Mr IJ T XVnllncc of Okla
homa Clty Okla are at the Knut ron
> Ir and Mr tnhn MoKlmiry of
Salmon Ida riayton Coolidge of OR
den Esther rallrai of niarkfoot Ida
N F Davis Downey Ida e AUlson
of Provo are nt the Wilson
1 K Mantrr of Omaha Mr and
Mr Q K Jowel nf Portland Or A
M Klllott and I Huahnan of Ontario
Canada are registered at the Kcnyon
W n CAr and C S Wilkinson of
Cedar City and J F Chldeater and
Srmloh N f Poulson of TtlchflHd nre at the
J M Johnson of Spring City Thee
Hodden of Park City lund n 1 Dalton
connected with the Denver HID
Grande railroad are nt the Cullen
Mr and Mr < John Mudle from Dun
dee Scotland lo guests at the Mox
um ImvInK come to this country sight
James harry and CScorge 1 Harris
of Chicago and Croree I Simmons of
Chains Ida are itt the Kenyon
W n Newman of Hlngham O r
Gray of Montt > allsr Ida U t Iund of
Pioche and Vllllam JIcMiihon of FIll
more are at the Wilson
J A Oardner of Spanish Fork JP
IJIlywhlto of BrlKlmm I Mty I A little
of Mona Kphralm Hainer and John
Hatner of Provo W F Bramley of
American Fork and Wllford 1 nllc
of Piovo are a the New Windsor
Parent lmtect Social The par
ents elates of the Twenty first and
Twentyseventh wards will hold I so
cial In the Twenty first wart amuse
ment hal Thursday Sept it A fine
program has been prepared which will
be followed by dancing and refresh
ments 1 married people ore Invited
linlernllon AVnr < l Governor Spry
delivered the principal address at the
opening nlfht of thai fair nt the Emi
gration wIre new meetlnnhouMi Tuoa
day evening This wan followed by the
tar ° My Ighbor Wife which
In the hands of boat talent gave com
plele tmtlsfnctlon to the Inrgrj audience
assembled Tonight will ha moving
pictures Thursday nlcht vaudeville and
Friday night the fair festivities will
w up with P Grand baU
Now York Financier Sums Up
Situation in Comment on
Late Events
111110 OH Opinion That Stale Coin
ml lnnft Cannot Infrlngn on Inter
Mate Tronic Uulm Toncliml On
Ilipeliti rretoodimea1
tftv York Kept ttltonry IIIN
has the following to say relative to
illroul conditions
Al II fundamentally favorite feature
may bo noted the recommendations t
Judge Otis of Ht Paul who acting ns
master In chancery fir the United
States circuit court appralsrulea that
state legislatures cnnnnt Infringe upon
Interstatn traffic rates also that low
rates that railroads were forced by the
stale commission nf Minnesota to
chsige In that commonwealth were
ronftscntory and the law under whoso
provisions tho order nan given uncon
stitutional Tho recommendations of
Judge Otis must yet receive the en
dorsement of the court hut they are
based so palpably on common sane
which II the real foundation of com
mon law anti Judge nils Is a jurist of
such high distinction that It Is much
moro than random guess to predict
that the court will recojrnlze the sound
wisdom of the ruling The farreaching
effcct of a federal court ruling on these
line tnn hardly ho appreciated nt first
glume Our railroads have during the
last few years borne the brunt of ne
IKo antagonism by national and statn
governments not tn mention municipal
and even smaller uhdlvlslons of gov
ernmental Activities State legisla
tures have In many Instances decided
they had the right to fIx the rate of
remuneration that railroads should re
ceive for transporting passengers nnd
merchandise In and through the elates
This ruling by Judge Oils If confirmed
will remove nt ono swoop the stnto
legislation anti interference that has
no gradually grown Into a severe handi
cap against railroad prosperity An
other point that should not be over
looked Is Judge Otlss contention that
railroads art entitled to earn 7 per cent
on Ihe valuation of such potlons of
their property as arc actually employed
In connection with the operations of
uch roads In their function aa com
mon carriers This excludes nil outside
land holdings or other Investment mu
a basis of valuation which the rail
roads may have The point Is perfectly
clear that the return permitted thall be
7 per cent on th total valuation of
railroad property used In the business
of transportation
This railroad ruling suggests that R
Thil rAlrolll rlli
has heels reached In
turning point hl bl <
unnecessary nttniks upon railroad prop
erty There Is no question that abuses
had arisen thnt required drastic cor
rective measure anil the rnllroait
managements by their hllhhandle
methods were themselves largely
blame for the fact that these corrective
agenclesttook the form of unnrresarlly
burdensome provisions nut the railroads
law that will
roads have now H nltonll wi
protect them In their constitutional
rlKhts quite ns effectively na It will
rllhtl their abuse of power Thai rail
Is to be set
nind problem of the future b p
tied po the simple rule of right and
Justice H stnti legislation ns hy the
Pt Paul derlnlon now seems the prom
Isc la to he settled on the elm lines
then the railroad situation must be
considered highly Improved The Mln
ne ota mmmlcsloners fire reported to
have determined to carry the question
of their Jurisdiction to the supreme
court No fault can bo found with such
a determination for our supreme court
Is not ft bugbear 1 Is our court of
final resort sybase power exceeds that
even of the president whose members
are appointed for life and whose action
has but one restraint that of exact
justice to rich and poor and to corpora
tion nn less than to Individual Presi
dent Tafts appointment to nil va
carclei have been admlrable and we
reed not fear any action the sunremn
court of our country will take What
ever the decisions In the Standard Oil
American Tobacco cases we can
anti Amrlrln TobM Inl 1 eln
nut assured that nothing will be or
dered that will snell confiscation our
supreme court II In no sense n bogey
R 1 MarFarland of the White Star
Dominion line whose office Is at Mon
treal Canada Is being shown about the
city by W C Spence
Manager J V Burton of the Utah
ImplementVehicle company has re
turned from n MIr business trip
Bupt W P R Hawk of the IMstal
Telegraph company nt Chicago arrived
Monday evening from the east for a
vacation visit with his family
Gilbert McLlean and wife will make
a tour of the northwest on A vaca
tion trill
Dr W It Kllerbeck ha returned to
his professional labors In this city
after a pleasant vacation trip to Cali
CSenernl Secretary George E Allen
of the American Institute of flanking
will visit this city next wo ik from tho
eut in Intern of the order
Cashier II I Young of the Deseret
National bank will attend the conven
tion of the American Hankers as
sociation at Los Angeles
Manager Ofrorc V Lawry of the
Pacific board of underwriters has re
turned from 1 Californian trip to re
sume his old time recreation of pokln
up the city council committee on
municipal lawn with I vlow to se
curing adoption of the code on electri
cal construction
The cases of the three Greeks charged
with Importing two Greek women to
this country for white slave purposes
have been continued until Sept 3
when they will come up before Com
missioner Baldwin
sTvni KOS norxi > OVER
t r fltathivko theOreek who shot
and killed Louis Poulo another Greek
In August must answer to a Jury In
the district court on a tharge of mur
der In the first degree Judge Whltaker
held him to answer In that charge at
the conclusion of the preliminary hear
ing In police court yesterday afternoon
Attorney Sam Kin tried to Induct Ihl
court to hold Rtathakos for manslaugh
ter but was unsuccessful
C I MiLum rtr C
liar Qrnln and Coal 110 W lit
60 flail Etoonq 12I JI HUl j
Trlilo of tho lire Dcniirtinenl lirmuis
Diod In Ilnrncsd Stall
Urnpid In Crepe
Xeke the big bay that ran In the
hose cart of No S company of the fire
department dropped timid this morning
In front nf he fire house on Second
WIt street Tho fire laildlo era tilt
consolate for ° Xeke wet their faor
ito and the best beloved anImal In all
the department Heart failure II alil
to have been the cnuse
Zekn wan 9 tOlt of age He Inn
from a famous lunch In Cache vnl
ley He had boen In the fire depart
men for four yearn Jilt Intelligence
it said to have hoen remarkable
Chief his mate and he were rrellted
with almost human understanding
Zake when brought to the depart
ment was I raw country animal Ills
lined to the ways of the bl dt > l > t
in was willing Hi I renmrknbly short
titan he inn city broke As a run
ner he Is Mil to havn been the greatest
hat the department over owned A
few blocks the boy say wao not his
forte but when It remo to it long hotel
run Xeke excelled lila miunniolh
proportions nnd treniendotiH power then
showed to the best iidvantage I
knew every gong nml every signal nnd
never mol a mistake His cooluc
at I fire wan 8 mater of wonder
Zeke sync In fine health when
hitched for a llttlo exercise Jaunt this
morning He sniffed the bracing air
flu hn wheeled out of lie house anti hiti
hi head and tall high Suddenly Ills
great heart stopped and hn foil to the
itreet rieforn tho firemen could take
he harness from him ho was dead
Thief his mate ewems disconsolate
and as ° Xeke lay dying he looked tit
him In a pitying mnnner and whinnied
I o him In horse language Zcko
ivlll bn burled wIth all tho honors by
he member of No 2 company and
for many days his stall will be draped
with mourning
Truffle Iturcmi MecteA meeting ot
tho commercial club traffic bureau
was held lit the Commercial club ut
130 today
Irll Hank Clearings The e I N
or todays bank cloarlngs over the
figures of the same day last year Is
tH 4SSOO With two consecutive
days showing nn Increase the local
ImslncMi prrwpects arc assumlnB I
brighter hue
Vot Ijoiu In nOllre U O HaiiKh
ton knit I pocket book IS months agi
A Cow days ago someone dropped tile
book Into 1 postofflce box I wiis
brought by earlier Into tho postofflco
whern the officials ascertained Mr
Houghtons addrrs1 ho promptly sent
for nnd recovery the irroperty Tho i
poeketbood at the time of its loss stat
not placed In the postofflce box na
stated yesterday
StMlalUt In SlrnlIK Atinlo
Malley national orRnnlzer for tho
SoilallM party will speak on Socialism
tonight nt 73O on the corner of Slnto
and Second South streets
Ilnh Nnlloikil I I I s kiemu tiThe rtah
National bank In distributing thn
HnOO of the rereiuH declared 2 per
cent regular quarterly dividend
iriMdii IlrturiK Hi WorK Cashier
M ti Hall of the Utah savings Dank
Trust company hnsi Just returned
from a coast weeding trip with his brldo
formerly Miss Graves daughter of tho
lon Peter Graves of Ephralm Mr
Hall WAS both astonished and amused
nn reaching his desk this morning tn
find I derorated with shone that had
seen better davfl profusely ornament
ed with broad whltn ribbon whlln li
large legend In black and white mir
mounted the whole display Hinting
Jilt Married Pleaso dont duturl
Colorado rtelocHtlnn nrnllrri This and
Will Try lo rrernt He olutlons
Tor Federal Control
Pueblo Sept IS Realizing that
there II no possibility of getting the
eighteenth national Irrigation congress
to endorse states right In water dis
tribution the Colorado delegation
today will turn Its efforts to an en
denvor to prevent presentation to the
convention or resolutions commending
federal control of Intrrntate waters
Interest today turned largely to the
meeting of tho resolutions committee
where the policy of the congress for
the coming year Is being formulated
Present Indications are that Colorado
will not only lose its fight In behalf
or states right but that the com
mittee will report 1 strong endorse
ment of federal control
The morning session was devoted to
a discussion of water equities In Its
various phases
The contest for thn honor of enter
taining the 1811 congress I develop
ing unusual rivalry V thousand Cal
fornlans launched the Los Angeles
boom only lat night but they develop
ed surprising strength over night Chi
cago and Itcno are still In the race
with the former leading
Partly Cloudy Totilrltt and
arn M
7 am 67
Sam fit
Slum Q
learn 71
1 am 7S
lnOtun M
1 pm K
Highest Cl
Lowest 43
1ITTIn Han Francisco Sept t Mary
J beloved mother of the late Thomas
D and Jsmes T Pitt and of Mrs Vim
clnla P Tangart nnd Mr Katherine P
Heywood of San Francisco a native of
Maine sged K years I month
Interment Sal Lake City Mount Olivet
DlTIKLK > t hrfamily residence ate
south Seventh East Sept IT 1910 Jfhn
T ttuckle aged U Tears
Nollen of funeral will b given later
r AflTWtiGliTIn thin city Kept JJ
Isle of general debility Ellen I Cart
wright wife of John Cartwrljtht horn
Ir 1 1MI England
Tuneral service Thursday at I pm
from Inn Eighth warn meellnKhouse
Friends are invited to attend Interment
In City cemetery
I K Evans Florin I s tlaln SI
Floral designs A specialty phones p61
In Market for 200000 Worth
Of Engines for New
VMM Jlnio Capacity lo haul Tin In
load tuf e Curs nf M
Ton rnmcllj
The ftsih Cr PI la In he marltet
for Jinoooo worth of locomotlvo for
ho now urn trnnapnrtatlon lino now
In course of conilrtiutlon uloiiR tim
wet henoh between HlnghHiii runyon
and tho Oarflrld smelters ami mil
The style of rtiglno dvalrud U the Mul
let Articulated Compound which butts
proven Much I marked aitccpaui on tho
Haltlmorti A Ohio the luolnwnre
Hudson tied Kniita In mltrondM nnd
which Is now being adopted nn the
Denser Rio Irande for lienvy rnoiin
tin work The coat of those lat nm
chlnca is 30000 more or less wnlgh
log Mh 300 ton Tho general
Mwclflcatlnnn nre cUlndern r and
41 In stroke js In driving wheols
l In holler 00 In diameter flro
box 114 hy 12fiU In holler irrps
stirs 120 pounds to the square Inch
tubes 1 418 length 2 in dlmnrtrr
2U In driving wheel bnso 1 ft 9
In total 40 f ii In etmlno and
ender wheel base 75 f 7 i In
weight on drivers 446000 pound
lank capacity 3000 gallons weight
of tender loaded 166100 pounds
hcntlng surface tubes 6276 gquuro
feet heatliiR surface firebox 3G3
square ft total S83D square r
Crate area 100 square f trnctlvo
lower sq ft 10CCOO pounds HQ ft
actor of ndheslon 417
Tho articulated compound engine Is
really two sets of locomotive nmnliiK
ears with one holler and firebox tune
et of running gears beIng oppratcd by
Hlmpln iictlng rylinders at higlu
811111 Itll lilrrs hllh prca
sure taking steam direct from
rl ikin IRI dlrtct the hoi
or while the forward 8lt Is operated
hy the low pressure cylinderx which
take the steam from the smaller or
simple noting cylinders Illrr mo
tints it the Wiilschnert which li now
superseding the old atI
H r111 oh style Hlephctimin
anti Auchlnchloss motions The
Rlr hllr1 motonl me
chanical department c the Short IIno
IRe these otyUK 1 severe competltlvii
ten up In Idaho II year BCO when upl
Dunn Could the Wnlsrhnert much su
porlor to the cithers It Is entirely out
side nnd easily overhauled without
fll nlel Ioely oorhnulri wihout the
runner being obliged to crawl under
the engine which Is always attended
with more or less danger to say noth
ing of the Inconvenience There Is no
forward truck or trailer wheels on the
articulated locomotive while the boiler
tulle to high In Its frame that the fire
box cnn spread out over the two rear
pets of driving wheels of the back run
ning ar
M a train or orn Includes 10 earn of
50 Ion capacity ench tho hauling of
fY tins will require locomotives of
unusual size Holh the American Io
comolhe works anti Ihc UaldwInB of
Ihlladelphln ore bidding on this order
The Itah Copper company Is Just In
receipt of two great stenm nhovelH of
the Atlantic brand from the Ameri
can Locomotive works costing 13000
earn delivered weighing 100 tons each
and with R dipper capacity of 34 cubic
Kanab Sept 3 We have enjoyed
some timely rains although the dam
lent entirely finished C we nro pro
pared to take care of thu Hoods which
wo expect to help up fill In front
and strengthen our dam on tho upp r
side which makes Iho future prospects
for Kaiutb finite cncounmlntf
Rver > thing considered Iho people of
Kanab have dono remarkably well In
the first pIne piping In water for cul
inary purposes at n cost of JSOOO sec
ondly constructing the dam nt I cost nf
30000 moro While It hal been n heat
fxrMnft and has telleved the peoplo
considerably of their surplus usieftumu
yet when It 18 finished as It Is Intended
It appears that the dlincultloH of Iho
past In maintaining and handling our
water for Irrlgntlng purrxwetf win bo
pructlcally overcome
Mui li has ben paid for and ujjnlml
th s project not alone by Iho olock
holdors hut we have In our count 1
sheet published called the Lone Codar
whose policy under the present nnn
aBement has been to attempt lo regu
late everybodys business not alone In
this county but has gone aa far HB
Pangultch on tim north nnd Moccasin
tho Indian school on tho south up
bnildlng the editor of tho Pangultch
Progress for daring to publish an nrtl
cia In his paper regarding J certain
peddler whom Townsend editor of The
Cedar had alto attacked He then took
up Mr Wards case I man In every
respect employed by the IT S govern
ment to take charge of the Indian
school at Mocosln Mohnve county
ArlBona because some Indian had t r
culaled 1 report that ho had been
nlmsod by Mr ore The editor of The
Cedar called Mr Ward lo task for such
conduct taking up the Indians side of
the question without llrst getting tho
facts In the case nnd demanded of Mr
Ward that It ho had anything to offer
In his defense to forward same to The
Lone Cedar for publication or no tolling
what results would follow forgetting
no doubt that Mr Ward U accountable
to 1nele Pnm for his doings nnd not
to The Lone Cedar nnd Mr Wnrd
being aware of that fuel we cuts noth
ing of his defence puhtlithed In The
Cedar neither hIt discharge
The policy of The Cedar from tho on
ret of the present management hus
been to elicit itt note Into other peo
ples business ns murh as possible nnd
In some Instances has given his own
opinion and claimed to be voicing tho
sentiments of the people of thin county
In which he llv regardless of the fart
thnt his views are entirely in oppost
ton to the thinking class of the whole
In ono of hit recent laiuen of the
sheet he hunt undertaken to nssall ono
of out countys but clllzens who has
morn Influence for good and does more
for his town nnd county In 15 minutes
than does the editor o The Cedar In
years Any cltlren of good standing In
tho community knows that the accusa
tion against Mr Woolley If taken by
the Traders of The Cedar ns It Is In
tended by Its < dltor Is nothing but
what would be expected from such R
No doubt Mr Voollev will however
place the cdlors Intended Insult In
nisi credit column and take the PO per
cent allowed him by be editor of The
New Fall
French and New
York Modes l
276 Main St
jurds ur ftotcti aims to I t nor rtlf
aro numbered I ta ro pt the y
Local Hitllniml OlllclaU Mucli ton P
ccrncd her Affair r
Much concern wm exprr v > d this c
morning by tub railroad mn f tv ii
rlty mill particularly the otllrui r tu
lliii Oreuon Short Line upi tho tele
KiHplilo report uf the 111 nt t < < e I
land 0 Tiiedn > of Donald RtubK f
KOII of John C Huirilic OlUMl r rat t
llr for Iho Ilurrlmun lines oun l
HlubliH sot tt found In lie flints of thi 11
Union Pucllli uillroad of which be was II
Kcniliil iiKutit at Cleveland Fturrtay it
night nt midnight with n revnrt bul
let wound user his heart A rmllnr A
to tla story loll by young Htiiob h I
fore hU death tl shooting a ns aol r
dulitnl occurring while he wax 5 xamin tl
lug I nol revolver S
TJin oinclnls of tho Short litho Were I
impressed by the >
deeply IlprrKct < iurente
Genenil Manager Bancroft and J A 0
HIve general freight agent In whos
olllcc young Btuhb had burn nnplijhj j
up to butt June pleased much regret Ir
at tho occurrence Mr lIter a sell tl
I was shocked and surprised
111 urprll beyond o
tnraauro to learn of thl occurrence and I
snddrned by the death of Donald v
Stubbs I knew him very II at tm I
wan employed In my ofilro for a year
prior to his tnarrlngc nnd departure i
for the east last June For two SCarS 1
prior to hln coining to Halt tAke h < t I
employed In tho Molno offlie I
wax 111101 1U
wan I capable young man nf I harp l
cheat fui disposition ne with every J
prospect for n curcessful lit hIM f
him lie was married last June lo
Miss Marguerite Wheeler of New York L
and left Salt Like to hernia gmersl
agent of the Union Pnclfl at flev
land Ohio Vo tire all pained bent
measure nt the death of Mr fituhtis ani
Bymi thlze sincerely if 1th his family
The ofllclals of other lines md rill r
read men generally speak highly nf f
young Mr Stuhhi durIng his stay la v
Halt Lake anti express geflrtl regrri I
at hula tragic end tl I
Conpcr Hhcr I in I I runt ii I I lid hlnr Con I
at iiict Iou if Alaoknn Line t
Seattle Vnsh Copt sn tip
per Illver Northwestern railroads t 1
raco with Alnter from Cordova tm
Kennlcott Alaska htus Just paued an c
Important lap A cabin meosage recelv It
ed hero from Chief Knglneer K C II
Hawkins today says that the upper t
crossing of tho Copper river at Mils I
I 138 WHS sncceuful yesterday There t
remalni only ono more difficult feat I
the creating of the Kuskalana canyon
n t Mile 149 This point the dispatch I
aYI will be reached with trait Oft
Across the runyon a steel bridge 210
feet high Shut liOn feet long mu t he
built before further advance can he
made I Is hoped to rush construe tr
II lon o the bridge through In a fort I
night which will leave hut two I
I Alaskan winter months In which tj
build 17 miles of road to the terminus tl
itt Kennlcott which muet he reached
by thn end of the year 11
I Communications From Correspondents I I
dnr fur what ho cal In his pnsar
< 1
A failure that of building the Kaab
dam Theta again the editor shows hn
Halt Lake Tribune spirit In calling in
greatest nnd most eucceasful underUK
hug In Iho history of Kanab a 50 Ff I
cent failure
No doubt tnlftlitkr haves been mad
since no business ltot Is perfect But I
If we admit that they have been nia <
heonuse or Mr AVoolleyn detennln tlon
Ir oolY
to have It all isis own way durltuf tin
constnictlon of mite dam then we muit
alto admit fink tho editors owa
statement for lt that creflt cr dlt I
ttlmcnt II fAt
due Sir Wnnir for when the nirlc
wan Inspected h time state engineer M I
Bald thnl th M < li had hen dM even ut
better than he vmiM have done 1t hip I
self those wlci buve head Th IjIlC i
cedar lsued for May 14 JKlfl ltl1
statement e f I
HIM editor published the tlm
the state engineer know how It etr I
pares with his statement In the IfHieo UI
the 13th InM
The question firlses where ulcas tn < 0
other I per cent board of direct r
come off nt whom the writer thlnV
Conic credit IK due to TIr nnthlnS
nl > out Ihl stockholders p
I nun willing tn admit that Ir We 1
lev was the main pillar beth bv h
presence upon tim works mid by Ill <
othenvlse during tn
encouragement Ithrwlf turna
construction o the dam yet I Ihln1
The Cedar has given but litil O I r
tho balance nf the board of rrcil II
to say the least I
The writer nf this entice Mi i i I
nnothtr Instance ir ton In IM I I
whero 1 certain lRrtY under x > k i
n promising vounc fellow ii 1 r
tlmr he woe kicked he went hc i 0
Intended h I 1 I
Htead of out an WAR
kicker nnd thin eec docsn i a
way differ from the one I
lon x V
nncoiip ron rnusr
According to reports from the lead
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six books < fiction > which have sold
order of demand durtne
best In the
the month are
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2 The noaary heyday j
Jester Loekai
> the
Churchill II jj
I A Modern
Macflrath I 1
Splendid Hnard
6 Nathnn Burke
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