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I r I TJELE SAT LAKE HEBAIZD MOJNJUA J UJLr 271899
I I THE CITY
r m f 1
I f Weather Today
< i Fair Warmer
TOWN TALK
t Charles Thiede convicted of wife
murder has his interview with Governor
t Wells this afternoon
C A Carlauist was receiving the con
gratulations of his friends yesterday
over the arrival at his home of a baby
boy
boyAt
At d a m yesterday the thermometer
registered C2 at noon 74 and at G p m
tre
r 72 the maximum temperature being 7
and the minimum GL
A meeting of the committee having in
charge the arrangements for the coming
fire chiefs convention will be held at the
old city hall at S oclock this evening
Ten cents per copy will be paid for
copies of the Deseret Evening News
dates September 2 1S93 November 28 lS9j
and December 8 1SU3 sent to this office
Miss Jessie Covey sends word that she
will not take part in the dancing con
test which forms a part of the pro
gramme fo the Newsboys excursion on
Friday n < xt
k Secretary McDanicl of the Democratic
state committee reached Ogden yester
day and will return to Sa Lake today
da l
day The gentleman attended the ChJ
J cago convention and afterwards was de
tained at Buffalo Ill by the death of
his father a respected citizen of that
l place
The remains of the late Bertha Maria
I Hanson arrived here from Ogden on Satur
I day night and are now at the undertaking
I parlors of C A Carlquist The funer
will take pace at 2 p m today at the
residence of her soninlaw Andrew
Hyrup 871 First street The deceased
lady and her husband attended the old
lolks excursion at Ogden and while re
1 turning t her hime at Huntsville was
thrown out of a wagon and Injured so
severely that death followed Mrs Han
I sen was born in Randers Ampt Denmark
I seventyfour years ago and came t Utah
in 1KSO
i I Jake Floan who lives with his family
at 4o3 South First West street was ar
rested by Officer Tom Hilton about 1
1 fc oclock last night and booked for dis
turbing the peace Jake took in the
town yesterday and acquired a jag of
immense proportions Then he went
Immene
l home and abused his family making
himself so obnoxious that a telephone
When
message was sent to headquarters
the officer arrived Jake had full posses
sion of the house the wife and children
01 ot
having sought refuge at a neighbors
I aviI He did not like the idea of being
disturbed but nevertheless was given a
I rde in the Black Maria and dumped
i Jnto the drunk house Floan has been
bledf ka f Wf
I in trouble for a similar offence before
Abstracts furnished titles insured
and interest paid on deposits by
Utah Title Insurance and Trust com
1 pany lOG Main street
Dtiili Commercial anil Snvinprt BanU
General banking business pays 5 per
cent on deposits F Armstrong pres
I p W Madsen vicepres J E Jen
nings cashier 24 E 1st South street
REDUCTION IX PLUMBING GOODS
Douglas hydrants 550
t Douglas hydrnt
Service pipe per foot 13
1 Best range boilers 750
I Copper bath tubs 900
All other goods in proportion at 49
East First South stet
f Wasatka mineral water in siphons
125 per dozen Telephone 3S2
q
SctdcMhiirsa Solicitor Ctsar
is the highest grade drmestic cigar
Co Whole
made The Rogers Cigar Whole
Gate Agents
Sanitarium hot springs baths make
I bne feel cool during a hot day
STVMiBY WAISTS
The best fitting waist made 51 qual
ity 75c 150 quality 1 S2 and 5225
c waists 150 to close before removal
j R K THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
SHOES AXO SLIPPERS
i We want to close out our entire stock
of shoes before removal prices will be
made to effect this object
R JL THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
SEIDEXBEKGS FIGARO CIGARS
The Rogers Clsar Co Wholesale
agents
R Ji THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
ii Grand removal sale at the old stand
on First South street before moving
to 48 and 50 Main street
R EL THOMAS
PRICE REDUCED
Weber Coal company have reduced
the price of lump coal to 475 per ton
Clean coal and full weight guaranteed
W J MONTGOMERY
len t
Our patterns are the latest We cut
the cloth t fit you The Eagle Tailors
337 South Main street
Kenneth Donnellan stock and mining
broker 25 West Second South street
LAWNS AND DIMITIES
To close out before removal all our
cose
1 lawns and dimities at Oe per yard
1613 and 20c goods
R K THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
MUSLIN UXDEIWVliAK
Our entire stock to be closed before
removal See our 2 e SOc and lie lines
H K THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
Smoke as you vote
The W J Bryan Cigar
is superb Try them
Sam Lrvy Manf
Seidenbergs Havana cigars The
r osers Cigar Co Wholesale Agents
Insist on having just what you call
for when you go to buy Hoods Sarsa
I parilla the One True Blood Purifier
and nerve tonic
EVERY X3GHT THIS TTEIEK
lime MiUndo itt Garfield
The last opportunity to see this love
ly o ra Bathing boating dancing
UE XATESrr SOCIETY FADs
j Is to attend the Mikado ait Garfield
1 repeated every night this week
athng boating dancing
ru n AMUSEMENTS
AT TH GRAND The Midnight
ft Alarm will be presented by the Pearson
i company tonight and will hold the boards
hfor the week closing the engagement
THE MIKADO In consequence of the
large attendance at Garfield Beach
I throughout last week the management has
J determined to repeat the opera this week
Vivins a performance every night Some
changes have been mae for the better and
jaJl who may attend will have the pleas
I uso oS witnessing a perfect entertainment
from start to finish Two orchestras will
be in attendance one for the opera and
one for those who wish to dance In fact
< no expense or pains will be spared In
making Garfield the popular watering re
sort
5 WHS CAS PROVE IT
Prove Lt uy yourself i you will but
give us a cJvancs TOIL wont doubt the
evidence because it will be clear con
vlncingr and conclusive Our 15 to cr
uder 5Ults are the talk of the city Our
perfect glove fitting is the pride of the
1 nobby dressers Just give us a chance
dont make feel
j at you if we you
IStood sAl over It wont r oet you a cent
ck through our magnificent line of
5t1ngs Anyway Youll1 be pleased
IHng Iease
THE EAGLE TAILORS
9 137 South an streelt
1
i
u 4
TIEDE MAYBE RESPITED
Has Convinced His Keepers of
His Innocence
HIS LAST CHANCE TODAY
GOVEKXOR WILL VISIT KIM AT THE I
OOUXTY JAI I
il
Should the Condemned Wife Mur
derer Succeed in Convincing
Governor Wells as He Has the
Ofliccrs He Will Get Another
CSuincc Promises Some Stmtrtl I mig
DIscIOMures in That Event The
Prisoner Pat and Healthy But
I Shows Signs of Great Anxiety
Trembled When Inadvertently Re
I minded of His Perilous Predica
I ment Was Visited By His Daugrh
ter Yesterday Yet He Malces
I Xo Professions of Religion
I
There is believed to be a strong
j probability that Charles Thiede con
victed of wifemurder and condemned
j to die on the gallows twelve days
I hence will be granted a respite after
the interview has been held which has
been acceded to by Governor Wells
I and which will take place this after
j I noon at about 4 oclock at the county
j jail That is at least the logical con
I clusion to be draw from the circum
stances surrounding Thiedes case at
j present for should he succeed in im
S pressing Governor Wells as he has I
I those who are his keepers the chief i
j executives conscience will compel him
to give the despairing man one more
chance to prove his innocence
Thiede has told his story to the
deputies and those who constitute th2
I death watch over and over again
1 since apprised of the decision of the
supreme court of the United States
i and has succeeded in convincing every
body about the jail of his entire in
I nocence of the crime of which he was
I convicted When he was first taken
I to the county jail those in charge held
I the opinion that he was guilty but
gradually the earnestness and appar
j I I ent truthfulness of the man began to
I make an impression upon those around
i him as he daily and many times a
day asserted his innocence accom
I panying the assertion with another
repetition of his side of the case
which he claimed had not been proper
I ly presented Gradually also inci
dents transpired which tended to prove
his statements until now he has the
satisfaction of knowing that at least
there are a few people who do not
believe he killed his wife
Governor Wells has been advised of
the convictions that have forced
themselves upon the officers which
fact will be a point in Thiedes favor
when the to him momentous inter
view with the only man who can do
aught to save his neck begins
I MAY BE A SENSATION
Should Thiede impress the governor
I with the belief that there is room to
doubt his guilt and a respite be
I granted there is a possibility of a
sensation being sprung the exact like
I of which has never been heard of in
these parts I will be according to
j Thiede no less than an effort on his
I part to prove that there are those in
I this community who are interested in
I having him put out of the way who
j are willing to go to the length even
10f seeing him hanged that their
I guilty transactions may be covered
up and who have for this reason di
I rected their efforts to that end
This and many other things Thiede
says he can prove that will have the
effect of establishing his innocence if
I given an opportunity and should the
respite b granted new lawyers will
be called into the case and another
I effort for a new trial will be made
When seen yesterday in his cell at
the county jail Thiede declined to
make known the line of action he will
adopt in the event he is given an op
portunity to do anything but said
that if the respite which he so ar
dently desires but dare not hope for
comes as the result of his interview
with the governor disclosures will be
made which will be sufficiently start
ling to shock the community
READING AND WRITING
The condemned man spent a quiet
I Sunday in his cell yesterday reading
and writing He apparently realizes
fully the extremity he is in and
I though he bore up well during the few
minutes he talked with a Herald re
porter it was noticeable that the ef
fort to appear cheerful was an effort
and required a great amount of self
control This trait is not sufficiently
developed in him to enable him to
I appear calm for he wants to talk con
I stantly when a person is with him
i I Between sentences he would often
pour down long draughts of water
I
with a feverishness that indicated a
terrible anxiety on his mind and his
I
whole bearing is anything but an in
dication that he is resigned to his
fate
fateDuring
During his long confinement Thiede
has taken on flesh instead of losing
it He is very fat and flabby but ap
pears in the best of health ascde from
the pallor in his face which comes from
lack of outdoor exercise and a certain
reddishness under the e e which sug
gest sleeplessness or perhaps more cor
rectly the feverishness apparent in his
demeanor This slight color the only
color in his face is probably due to fe
I verishness as the guards say he sleeps
well or that if he does not he gives no
indication of wakefulness gves
Thiedes cell is a steel cage on the
upper floor of the jail and is much bet
ter quarters than the average prisoner
enjoys I is roomy enough to permit
of a table at one end a bunk along one
side and a washstand or sink and a
chair O the other with room enough
between to turn around in comfortably
JOn the table are the books with which
he puts In most of his time during the
I day They are of a legal nature for
the prisoner has taken of late to read
ing law and has acquired quite a
spattering of it tt may be due to
this fact that he was able to couch
hs letter to Governor Wells in diction
of which he was previously incapable
That he did write the letter with no
other assistance than he might have
received from the watch seems a fact
as Sheriff Hardy says there was no one
else who saw him during the time It
i was in preparation At night the
j I prisoner is given a light and he often
sits up late writing but the nature
j of the work he engages himself with
is not known as the keepers have not
i troubled him t ask
HIS VOICE TREMBLED
Asked how he felt Thiede replied
that he supposed he felt just
iat suppod fel a any
other man would feel if condemned to
die when he knew he was Innocent
HIs voice trembled a he said i but
a moment later he was again expostu
lating upon the unfair treatment he
seems to think he has received since
first ate and had apparently for
gotten the coldblooded reminder of his
j i position which the query inspired and
I which brought him instantly to the
j horrible realization of the straits he Is
I in which is apparently with him dur
ing his hours of loneliness although
the question wasonly meant as an Inquiry
quiry concerning his health
I Thiede was disinclined to talk much
of his case or of himself preferring a
he said to say what he had o say to
Governor Wells today With reference
to his excellency Thiede took
ecelecy on an
al of greater cheerfulness than he
evinced at any other time as though
o
he has great hopes of a favorable result
sult of the interview
Of Lawyer Hamilton and what he
may be able to do fo him in the event
of an opportunity Thiede would saY
very little but expressed confidence in
the gentleman Of his attorneys
strange a it must seem to all who
know of the desperate fight they
have made for him he spoke very resentfully
sentfully of what he termed their un
faithfulness to him and he denounced
the statement of Attorney Moyer with
reference to his property which was
published a few days ago a beIng un
truthful
VISITED BY HIS DAUGHTER
Thiedes daughter Anna a miss of
10 years paid her father the regular
Sunday morning visit that has been
customary since his confinement in the
county jail She was accompanied by
Mrs Koenan of St Anns orphanage
where the child is cared for The
scene between them was as might be
expected very affecting on the fathers
side but the child does not appear to
realize her parents predicament and
could not understand yesterday a on
the last few occasions since the fatal
day was finally set and began to draw
near why he was more demonstrative
than formerly
Mrs Koenan is a Christian Scientist
and as has been usual with her spent
considerable time offering spiritual
consolation to the father
As yet Thiede has not professed to
have been converted but it is a notic
able fact that whenever he is prompted
to use strong language while reciting
his woes he checks himself and ab
stains from profanity Rev Gillilan
has visited the prisoner frequently of
late but a stated Thiede makes no
confessions of faith
falh
George Dean a railway employe who
once boarded with the Thiedes at
Sandy called at the jail yesterday to
see the prisoner and offer consolation
Dean who bears an excellent repu
tation says that Thiede and his wife
always got along nicely together and
to his knowledge never had any diffi
i culty during the long time he boarded
with them He expresses himself a
having faith in Thiedes innocence
THE LAST WEEK OF MIKADO
At GnrOeltl Bench
This beautiful opera will be repeated
at Garfield every evening this week
by general desire Trains at 10 am
I 215 315 500 and 715 pm
I
AT THE RESORTS
JIAO VISLTOOtS TO THE CARING
LAGO OX YESTERDAY
TIle Hot Springs Road Resort Des
tined to Become Very Popular
At Gnorfielcl aaiil Saltair
That charming resort of the Hot
Springs Railway company the Lagoon
at Farmington came in for its share of
patronage yesterday and was seen to
its best advantage The effects of the
recent wet spell had entirely disap
peared and all who visited the place
were delighted with it and compli
mented Mr Bamberger upon his enter
prise Trains ran out every hour after
2 pvm and the management did ev
erything for the comfort of the
jja irons
The resort boasts of a very comfort
able pavilion a miniature lake and
many other attractions sufficient t en
tertain a big crowd
The Lagoon must be considered as
a strong rival for public patronage and
favor the rest of the season
At Gambia Bench
There was an immense crowd at
Garfield Beach yesterday and te pa
trons of the resort were provided with
some splendid entertainment The
bathing alone was attraction enough
but in addition an enjoyable concert
was given by the Mikado cast
At Saltair
Beautiful Saltair ad another ban
ner day yesterday The chief attrac
tion was the fine concert given by the
K of P band I was a musical treat
and was thoroughly appreciated The
water was in fine condition and most
briney of the excursionists took a dip in the
MORPHINE AXE ALCOHOL
Habits permanently cured at the
Keeley institute 166 West Second
North under direct supervision of Dr
Keeley
ALL FOR SILVER
A few days ago the Cedar Rapids a
Gazette wrote The Times asking for a
list of Republican papers that have bolted
the St Louis platform because of its op
position to silver and which advocate
the election of Bryan and Sewall I is
presumed that the names of the Colorado
Republican papers Is desired and a par
tial Denver list is Republican herewith submitted
Leadville HeraldDemocrat
Denver Eye
Eagle County Blade
Sahda Mail
Delta Independent
Glenwood Avalanche I i
Glenwood Ledger
Dillon Enterprise
Grand Junction Sentinel
Colorado Catholic
Gunniscn Tribune
Telluride Republican
I Pueblo Sunday Opinion
Bessemer Independent
Loveland Reporter
Boulder Herald
Montrose Press
Elk Mountain Pilot
Florence Refiner
Monte Visa Graphic
Sasauche Crescent
Denver Times
There are many others wL w ames are
not recalled at this moment I will sim
play matters to say that there are not in
Colorado ten newspapers whatever their
poltical affiliations may be Republican
Democrat or Populist that are supporting
I McKinley and Hobart
The Gazette is doubtless informed as to
the defection of Republican papers out
side of Colorado The Lowell Moss
Sun is among the latest converts to the
cause of silver Bryan and Sewall Editor
Faulkes of the Gazette is credited with
being able to see through a millstone that
is mostly holeDenver Times
I TO DE HEPElAfTEiD THIS WEEK
The 3IHcuifl ut Garfield
By general desire the last chance to
see this beautiful opera
NOTICE
To Whom i May ConcernTake no
tice that Henry Hurm is not and has
not been authorized to contract any
mining or other bills debts or obliga
tions on my account I will not be
responsible for and will not pay any
mining or other bills debts or de
I mands whatsoever contracted by him
I C A GRAEBER
THJES MIKADO
At Garfield This Week
By special desire will be repeated ev
ery evening this week
Nothing better
than the
W J Bryan Perfecto
Cigar Try them
Sam Levy Manfr
GIREIAT DAMAGE IX PARIa
PARIS July 27 Violent storms oc
curred in this region tonight immense
damage having been caused by wind
and rain The lower quarters of the
I city have been flooded and several
casualties are reported
1
THE CITYS AQUA PURA
An Abundant Supply Can Be Ob
tained From City Creek
4T A MODERATE EXPENSE
USE OF PARLEYS CANTON WATER
SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED
City Creek Has Three Systems of
Pipe Lines Supplying Different
Portions of tin City The Mem
bers of the City Council Should
Investigate and Make Themselves
More Familiat With the Citys
Needs in That Regard
With a view to ascertain what
changes in the present water system
are necessary In order to avoid using
Parleys canyon water a reporter of this
paper Saturday afternoon in company
with Superintendent Wallace and Coun
cilman Diehl chairman of the water
works committee inspected the sys
tem and source of supply in City Creek
canyon The superintendents of the sys
tem have all maintained that with a
small outlay of money sufficient waiter
could be obtained from City creek to
do away with tine use of Parleys can
yon water There is enough going to
waste now to supply the entire city
but the pipe line sYStem is inadequate
to convey iL Only the chairman of the
water works committee and the de
partment 1t employees know anything
about the water works system for so I
far none of the present members of I
the city council have taken the trouble
to visit > uhe works
CITY CREEKS PIPE LINE
City creek has three systems of pipe I
line the high line as l is called sup
plying CapitOl hill ad the upper por
tion of the bench above Brigham street
as far as Ninth East the Twentieth
ward system supplying that wad or
the lower bench and the large mains
coming down from the brick tank about
a mile up the canyon and which sup I
plies the central and greater portion
of Ohe city I
The highIine tank is about four miles
up the canyon from Eagle Gate From I
it the water for the high pants of bhe I
city Capitol hill and the East sideIs I
conducted through a twelveInch main I
till a short distance below the brick
reservoir where the cross is forcing
the water up both slopes of the hill
The pressure is 250 pounds to the square I
inch sufficient to force the water as
high as the side hill will ever be set
tled The wear side main from this
system conducts the water into the
Capitol hill reservoir from whence It
is distributed supplying that portion
of the city lying between First North
street and towards Warm Springs
The Twentieth ward tank house is
some distance below the highline sy
tem The water is conducted through
two twelveinch mains supplying as
before indicated the Twentieth ward
and tower bench
BRICK RESERVOIR
AIr who have visited the canyoni have
seen the brick reservoir There are
two separate tanks a pipe leading from
each aid converging into a thirtyinch
main which conducts the water down
to Eagle Gate
While something like 6000000 gallons
per day is utilized from City creek the
overflow from the reservoir if used
would double the amount Superinten
dent Wallace and Mr Diehl are con
fident that if the city would expend
about 520000 for putting in another 30
inch main the necessity of using Im
pure water would be entirely done
away with The water is not equalled
by any save that which comes from
Emigration canyon The city owns the
land on both sides of the creek a far
up as Morgan countyabout fourteen
miles and two men patrol the canyon
night and day preventing campers
from polluting the water Then be
fore it enters the distributing tanks it
is screened several times and 3 watch
man at every tank Vtishes out the
screens at regular intervals
SUPPLY FROM SPRINGS
And the water can be made much
purer There are a number of springs
from the hillsides all along the creek
By tunneling the ground the supply
could be greatly increased and ail of
the very purest kind of water The
trees and dther verdure along the
banks keep the water cool as it is
sues from the rocks The sides of the
creek are riprapped preventing caving
in during high water With the ad
dition of a cover on the Capitol hill
reservoir the water could be kept free
from contamination and a supply of
water secured which for purity could
not coast be excelled by any city on the
coastFINANCE
FINANCE TH DIFFICULTY
But the city is in a sad financial
plight and the city fathers take very
little trouble to look after the supply
of water A howl went up when the
water department used about 300 in
repairing the damage done by the
foods last spring If some of the coun
cilmen would take the trouble to go up
the canyon and look over the repairs
they might talk more intelligently
when such matters come up for dis
cussion in the council meetings The
floor of the high line tank was forced
up being only of single thickness
This was repaired and a new flume
put in Then the riprapping was torn
away for distances of 100 feet in some
places and all this had to be repaired
The road is maintained at the expense
of the department and proves a source
of expenditure And al this is charged
against the department As Councilman
against
of
man Diehl put it I only some
the members of the council would be
impressed with the necessity of a pure
supply of water and the efforts of the
department in this line and would take
the trouble to visit the system and give
the water question cool thought they
would be able to discuss with better
understanding such matters when they
come up for consideration
Superintendent Wallace does not an
ticipate any scarcity of water this year
the late rains having greatly Increased
the quantity in all the small streams
I What you want when you are ailing
is a medicine that will cure you Try
I Hoods Sarsaparilla and he convinced
of its merit
REMOVAL SLE
Will remove to 4S and 50 Main street
about August 1 To save moving them
will close out many goods at a loss
wi goos
R K THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
For painless dentistry call on Dr E
M Keysor 162 Main street ScottAuer
bach building
Your druggist sells Wasatka 5
cents per glass
JOS SCHLlTZ MILWAUKEE BEER
Price List
Schlitz Malt Extract200 dozen
Schlitz Extra Pale quarts 275 dozen
Schlitz Extra Pale pints 175 dozen
Schlitz Export quarts 225 dozen
Schlitz Export pints 150 dozen
Bottles allowed for when returned
The Kentucky Liquor company agents
1113 East Second South street
Kolitz Kandy Kitchen 60 Main St
THE BIGGEST BARGAIX YET
Just received A fine line of Per
sian Waists Tvlhite detachable collars
0
r c
worth 2 to 3 on sale this week at
9Scx F AUERBACH BRO
W J Bryans
cigar made of
clear Havana
tobacco Try them
Sam Levy Manfr
Nice cool Val Blatz Milwaukee and
Fisher beer Private family rooms at
the New Star saloon 59 W First South
stet
No cork pulling with Wasatka
siphons Telephone 3S2
C AND R ORJ
Commercial men a beginning to stack
in now coming for the fall trade and
although a presidential year is always
dull for them they seem to be thicker than
ever and prosperous and happy They
were thick idst evening around tne Knuts
ford and the stories came tic and fastS
My brother played a great one on me
recently began ONeill In Philadel
phia Im something of a good thing witn
the ladies and in fact I fell ternoly in
love with one blue eyes golden hair and
all that sort of thing you know Well
business was dull one day so I thought
notnuig wouid be nicer than to go to see
Gladys yes that is her name lovely
dont you think so I got home that
evening and my brother asked me where
I had been that morning
I Playing tennis with Gladys said I
Where were you this afternoon
Out walking with Gladys
Where were you this evening
I called on Gladys
Hum ho hemmed and left the room
In a moment I heard him give a frant
ic yell and he came running into my room
Whats the matter I exclaimed
Havent you heard
No What quick
Gladys has been arrested
No what for
For working a minor over eight
hours He laughed and then I slugged
him with a sofa pillow
Popular Alexander next had one He
saidThere
There were two rival contractors erect
ing buildings directly opposite one an
other on a nariow street They worked
uay aru fight m the hope of getting ahead
of one another but finally OHoolahan
got out of bricks and s he went over to
Dugan and said See here Dugan weve
been ascrappin long enough lets shake
hands and quit
Viry well said Dugan Oim uv the
same moind meself
Boi the way Dugan could you bind
me 50o bricks
Devil a brick could Oi had get out
So OHoolahan went back and said to
the workmen Min will yez get upstairs
behoind the waall and yill yis to ivery
thing oi say
VVe will that came in chorus So up
they got
When they were settled up came the
yell Min aare you there
Yis
t Aare you atin yer lunch l
Yis
I Till me aare you A P As
bricks Yis and over came the five hundred
I suppose this is the time for fish
stories said Flynn and the crowd
shifted uneasily in their chairs
I was out fishing last summer with a
fat friend 0 mine and after sitting in
the hot sun all day we didnt have a fish
ily friend said Flynn I hate to go
home without even a minnow and just
then a small boy showed up coming along
the path He was that proverbial small
boy who always turns up and he ha a
beautiful string of fish
What will you sell those fish for my
boy asked my companion
Seventyfive cents
Ill take them
The boy walked up to hand them to
him but my friend yelled excitedly o
no keep away stand over there and toss
them to me so that I can tell my wife I
caught them
I a
I Its a little out of season for poker
went on Alexander but I just heard a
rather good one on a quiet poker party
The game got pulled and when one of
the players appeared before his honor
the latter asked
You were playing poker
Yes your honor
You were playing for money
No sir there was no money on the
table
tableWhat
What were you playing for then
Chips
Arent r chips money
v Ju uuuu
But I say theyre just the same as
I money and I fine you ten dollars I
The victim dug deep into his trouser
pocket pulled out an immense handful
of reds whites and blues dropped them
on the clerks desk and as they fell with
a clatter said there your honor is the
fine ten dollars worth of chips
Well said Hanna if its my turn
Ill tell you about m trip down south
We stayed one night near the hut of
I an old negro who owned a large pop
corn field That night about 12 oclock
we heard a great hubbub and upon get
ting up perceived the cabin burning to
the ground Nothing would be dene to
gave it and so we went to bed again but
what was our surprise next morning to
white see upon awaking the field perfectly
whlteWhen
When we walked over to it we saw
that it was about three feet high with
glistening popcorn the fire il the cabin
having popped ever kerne
Joseph Hyman the general agent of
the Black Pollak Grain Co of Chicago
is in the city and is a guest at the
Knutsford Mr Kyman is a great favor
ite with the railroad men and is a
thoroughly good fellow
P A Baughman the popular Star I
Plug man is at the Cullen I
Arrivals yesterday were
Templeton I Bishop Denver C H
Dobson Philadelphia G G Groves Ogden
J B McDermott Philadelphia B Marx
New York H P Kolb Omaha C C
Franks New York W T Conway jr
Columbus F G Herman Chicago
A W
Cullen E A West and wife Indiana
H P Anthony Denver Miss B Browne
St Joseph Miss Daisey Oakey Ogden
W C Stlgers Ogden J Cavanaugh Park
City A J Townsen dSalida Col T L
Norval wife and daughter Seward Neb
W S Freeman Chicago J W Dening
Council Bluffs J Hemnech Nebraska
I C Terry San Francisco P H Towey
Park City Dave Evans Ogden
fa
WalkerH Weiss Obie W S Hofsin
J T McDaniell Pocatello Dr Turner
Ohio R D McDonald Bingham J N
Lewis Park City J G Terrill W S
Kirwin Park City
Kniutsferd F Potter and wife Colo
rado Springs Will Markes Omaha
Lieutenants Talaeff and A Bontakoff
Russia C H Allen New York F
Shandernan and wife Illinois James
ONeill Philadelphia C A Richardson
J G Richardson St Louis J A Pres
cott Kansas City 11 Ray Rochester T
J Hall Leadville O S Hanna Fort
Wayne E Pros France Gaenobb J W
I I 1Dowel New York Mrs J E Ames
Improved and painless methods of I
dentistry Dr E 11 Keysor 162 Main I
dentstr
street ScottAuerbach building I
The Sanitarium natatorium is open
every day from 7 a m to midnight
No waste with Wasatka siphons
Telephone 382
TEA OVNS
Fifty choice new tea gowns silks
and cashmere at 50c on the dollar dur
ing our removal sale
I ing R K THOMAS DRY GOODS CO
FORT DOUGLAS NEWS
Wednesday July 29 is the day se I
lected for the field games o the fort
athletes There a only five events
100 yard dash standing broad jump
putting sixteen pound shot 120 yard
hurdle race pole vault There will be
two contests In the first and third
events one for first class men and one
for second class men only and there
will be two sets of two prizes each for
each of I these two events
The following named men are des
ignated first class men Doyle com
pany A Patrick company A RIley
p
company A Crowley company G and
Douglas company E
The competitors will report at 9 a
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Take advantage of these prices
OneBurner Stove 400
TwoBurner Stove 600
ThreeBurner Stove 850
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i THE PLMET UNIVERSAL STEEL RMJ8E I
S When buying get the best and cheapest t
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FURNITURE COMPANY
m The base ball game will be at 330
p m between the Salt Lake City men
and the Giants o the post
The field officials are Judges Cap
i tain Richards Captain McFarlancl
First Sergeant Weir company A Ser
geant Hunt company A clerk of course
I and scorer Sergeant McEvoy of com
pany D assistant scorer Captain No
ble First Lieutenant Wright Second
Lieutenant Simmons starters Second
Lieutenant Palmer referee Second
reeree
Lieutenant Preston Second Lieutenant l
Woodward Second Lieutenant Carey
i and Corporal Currier companyKJ tim
ers Corporal Lusk company H inspector
tor First Sergeant Russetc marshal
T Second battalion commanded by
Major W H McLaughlin consisting of
companies B C G and H leave today
at 5 march to Big
at oclock on a practice o
Cottonwood returning tomorrow
Practice marches seem to be growing
more severe tihan formerly to judge
from the number of men who fall out
an hunt up the Red Cross ambulance
I At first the marches were only seven
and a half miles one way the troops
returning the same day Now they
have grown to forty miles in two days
I The ball game yesterday afternoon re
suited in a score of 1 to 8 in favor
of Like Colts The work of the junior
I team proved something o a surprise to
the Giants They put up a handsome
I game and assert that they can defeat
I the Giants again easily
Private Hopkins of company H has
transferred to the band and will play
the valve trombone
j
The First battalion returned from
their camp in Little Cottonwood on
the 24th inst A number of men fell
out of the ranks going and coming
which has called forth the now fam
ous dead wood order from the post
commander as to the future course to
be pursued by the company command
I ers when their men fail to make the
march
i marC u
I The post commander has issued the
following circular No 45 since the re
turn of the First battalion from the
I fortymile march to Little Cotton
wood canyon
1 Fort Douglas Utah July 24 1S96
FirstA record of men examined by
the surgeon and by him reported incapacitated
I
capacitated for military duty will be
kept b the regimental adjutant for
j i reference should the soldier apply for
j reenlistment at the expiration of his
I present term of service The regimental
commander Is willing to carry on a
reasonable amount of dead wood in the
shape of soldiers who cannot march
drill take exercise or do duty but
there is such a thing as overdoing it
Second Company commanders must
not send such to the surgeon direct
but submit the names to this office
and if they are reasonably
ae young men
or men with no very great length of
service the propriety of their dis
charge in order to make room for men
who can serve will be considered I
I Is feared that the men u now < excused
may nave oeen injurea rainer man
helped by the efforts made in their be
half viz steps directed looking to their
discharge
Third No application for leave of
absence by officers or furloughs for
enlisted men during the season of ac
tive operations will be considered by
this office except in cases of urgent
necessity Furloughs to enlisted men
I will be made mandatory
I By order of Colonel Theaker
Signed CHARLES P GEORGE
First Lieutenant and Adjutant Six
teenth Infantry Post Adjutant
KANSAS GRAIN TRADE
Week Just Closed Has Been One of
the liveliest Ever Witnessed
WICHITA Kan July 26The week just
closed has witnessed the liveliest grain
trade in southern and central Kansas that
these sections have experienced in live
years Just now the bulk of the old corn
from this section is going to St Louis
and New Orleans but dealers from north
ern eastern and southern points are all
buying heavily The shipments while I
enormous do not in any sense represent
the business done A very large
amount of corn has been contracted for
but is held awaiting cars A great deal
of the corn is in unroofed bins and on ac
count of the recent rains it is too wet
to shell I
Grain Rate War
KANSAS CITY July 16The grain rate
war which has been waged for the past
week will according to the statements
of several leading traffic men of this city
practically be concluded when the next
cut in rates is mode This it Is antici
pated will occur within a few days at
most
One of the active lines wired from Chi
cago to its local representative asking
what rate would be required on wheat to
hold it to the Chicago markets as against
the southern ports The reply was that
It would require a rate of eight cents per
100 flat It is believed that such a rate
will be put in possibly tomorrow
That rate is less than actual cost and
none of the lines will care to maintain it
for any great length of time When
business is done at a loss it will be a
matter of a short time to get managers
In conference for adjustment It is use
less at the present time to discuss a com
promise it is stated The fight is to a
finish
MUST BE A PANIC
LONDON July 27The Times has
a dispatch from Madrid which is as
follows It is stated that the govern
ment has paid the enormous price of
700000 each for the two war vessels
recently bought at Genoa while a con
tract has just been given for two tor
pedo boat destroyers at 60000 which
was dearer than the tender of a first
class English firm on the ground that
quicker delivery would be secured
Nothing short of a panic can explain
such extravagance
AV AGREiEQIIXT LOOKED FOR
CLEVELAND July 26It is believed by
the leaders of the strike at the Brown
hoisting works that terms of settlement
between the men and company will be
agreed upon within a day or two and
that work will be resumed before the end
01 the week Propositions have been
made which are likely to be accepted
but the locked out men refuse to give the
terms of the settlement
LOST
LEFT ON 1015 TRAIN from Garfield
July 2 a four by five Premo Camera
Finder will please return to 169 South
West Temple street and receive reward
AT SALTAIR Saturday July 26
Round class pin monogram R H sur
rounded by circle and date 94 Finder
will please return to 163 South West I
Temple and receive liberal reward i
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WANTED
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HOUSEKEEPER 71S South First West
TWENTY LADIES that understand
dress making Steady employment and
good pay Call at 3S East Third South
Bring this add Inquire for Professor
W C Powers i
EXPERT PHARMACIST wants situa
tion Firstclass references German
Address Fr Schroeder 1756
Centre
Addre Schode 156 street
Denver Colo
TO RENT neat cottage or part of house
in quiet familty References R care Y
M C A
A GOOD woman cook Good wages to
the right one The Star restaurant
Pocatello Idaho Mrs A Compton
Prop
AN INTELLIGENT WOMAN to man
age an office outside of the city for tho
Viavi Co Reference and security re
quired Address Box 220 city
60 FACES in black and white at 0
each life size Chas Peterson 51 West
First South
FOR RENT
A NEW brick house of five rooms
close to Main street Enquire of John
McDonald 23 East Fourth South street
EXCELLENT front suite one single
rom and two unfurnished Light house
keeping if desired Bath closet hot and
cold water Rent very reasonable 377
Second East
FIVEROOM HOUSE cellar cheap 441
West First North Stanley Taylor
TEMPLE QF HONOR hall over
Deseret National bank Enquire of H
D Folsom 2 South First West
THREE FINE office rooms at 6 South
Main street
PERSONAL
UNUSUAL opportunity to become law
ful physicians Medico 1C01 West Con
gress street Chicago
COMMENCING Wednesday July 1
The Seal Market formerly Gibson
King will be headquarters for mountain
trout and Utah lake black bass All
other varieties of fine fish constantly on
hand Telephone 30
INCREASE YOUR EARNINGS BY
STUDYWe teach Mining Prospecting
Mechanics Mechanical Drawing Civil
I Engineering Electricity Steam Engineer
ing Architecture Architectural Drawing
I and Plumbing BY MAIL Send for Free
Circular stating subject you wish to
study to The International Correspond V
II ence Schools Box 928 Scranton Pa
WOMANS EXCHANGE serve meals
caniva week all day 2 Commercial
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LEES BEDBUG jN 1 COUICUOACII
IGJLERS
Guaranteed to free premises Cam
tc Address Lee 209 State street Chicago
FOR SALE
TWO YOUNG fresh milk cows at 317
East Third South
MONTANA people a usual arc show
ing their faith in Salt Lake city by pur
chasing homes and building sites Oakley
seems to be their choice I is close in
high dry deep lots wide streets and
alleys Keally firstclass In every re
spect and prices within the reach of all
1CO to 20 per lot 810 per month no
Interest W E Hubbard 41 West Second
South
THREE GOOD FRESH COWS four
horses young pigs Corner Tenth South
apd Sixth West
A GRAND SQUARE UPRIGHT Hal
let Davis piano Apply at 333 South
First West
ALI KINDS of secondhand type
writers cheap H N Winter Constitu
tion block
TEN OR FIFTEEN acres farming land
Apply to A B Porter Centervllle
GASOLINE ENGINES from 2 up to 1
h p Just the thing for hoisting and mill
ing in dry camps neither water nor
fuel required Jos W Wilson agent
Great Western Manufacturing company
237 South Sixth East street P O box 952
Telephone P ° Salt Lake City
STEAMBEATING
P J MORAN STEAM AND HOT
water heating and ventilating apparatus
Second South
No 70 West Sout f
BUSINESS CHANCES
S5 AVERAGE weekly net income with
250 invested Safe conservative prospectus
pectus proofs free F Daly 1293 Broad
way New York
MONEY TO LOAN
I WANT some loans on real estate can
give you the money without delay Elmer
Darling 9 Vest Second South
TBOFES3IONAL CARDS
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ATTORNEYS
BASKIN HOGE Attorneys at Law
140 South Main street over Alffs store
MOYLE ZANE COSTIGAN
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 7 to 1 Deseret National bank
building
DICKSON ELLIS AttorneysatLaw ELLIS
Rooms 512 t 513 Progress building
DENTISTS
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DRE M KEYSOR DENTIST Rooms
I 2 and 3 first floor ScottAuerbach
building
HAPPY HOUR DENTAL CO 46t W J
2nd So Appointments by mall fvllclted
SALTAIR BEACH
Time Table
Cn effect May 31st 1S9G at 101S >
A M
Leave Salt Lake Arrive Salt Lake
Arve
4
1015 a m 130 p m
215 p m 605 pm
415 p m 635 p m f
545 p m 850 pm
S 715 p m 1045 p m 4
Fare for RonniY Trip KO Cents
Trains leave It G W Depot
S Vi CLAYTON Manager
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