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THe Daily Herald to mall subscrib
ers must be paid in advance for the
time ordered Old subscribers must
comply wt this rule oit or before
tme 1st After that date all
Jue tat al papers
not paid for i advance vail be discontinued
Th City Circulation of The Herald
has been leased to Mr J O jcCrack
en Subscribers who do not receive
their paers promptly will confer a
favor i they make complaint to The
Herald counting room
All checks for city subscriptions
should be made payable to
T J O MCHACKEJNT City Circulator
i I
George K Maxwell VV R C will htrid
Its regular mooting Wednesday a afternoon
and a full attendance is very muen de
fiircil n s there will be an election to
fill the vacancies of conductor and guard
k Rev Lockwood preached a farewell
sermon last night to young men at tne
YM C A Tnc doctor leaves today ror
Chicago where he wll occupy the chair
of or Chicago university extension in tha University
The annual moetlnc of the Salt Lake
County Fiat and Game Protective aso
eiatiou wilL be held at the old city hal I
Tuesdav bcn 1 at 730 I m Officers
for the eneujn year will oe oiectca oiiu
other important business pertaining to
te association will be attended to
Bert Olson the man found lnng on
Slain street on Saturday nignt 11 an un
canscci condition and was tl len to
the police station where Dr Harrison
did ovsryfhing possible tar him is now at
St Marks Hospital m too same condition
ftfe When found It is believed tnat me
man was leaded and took laudanum t
relieve the > ain
Chairman S H Alien and Secretary
George I Alder of the Democratic
campaign committee of the First muni
clad ward have issued a call for a meet
ca cl
lug of oil oilicers of the 11 voting pre
ciiurts in die ward to be held at tne leai
done ot Adam Duncan 123 Eat Seventh
south on Thursday evening next vnon
business of importance will i > e transacted
A very pleasant home rreddinjj took
place yesterday at Woods Cress toe con
riractinp parties being Air William Wiede
mann and Miss Hannah Glensch let
tome of the bride parents was prettily
g t llger g foR tf
t decorated witu a rotusion of Hoxveri in
honor or the occasion A great many
iriends of the bride ana groom from
Bait Lake and Wood Cross were present
Tha Rev Mr Hoffman oSficated while
lie Au = ust H Yoeeier acted as best
I man and Hiss Hattie Stowell was brides
maid The grtiiai is of the linn of Yobc
leI Ai iodomann of this cit and roe
ruturo homo q ilr and Mrs iedmaln
i win be in Salt iice
Thomas Murphy occupied a bert in the
t bug house as an aftermath to a street
brawl mat night A L < Woodruff an at
tache 01 the auditors oface of Inc H U
AV made the complaint and accord
ing t his story Murphy during a
pugilistic nilxup drew a knite Tne
i row occurred by reason of a reman made
lW Murphy when Woodrult was coming
out of t Second South street rosUiurtmc
vith tt lady A lively skirmish foiiowca
and a few minutes later Woodruff rushed
away in search of a > oliceman and ac
cused his antagonist of having assaulted
f him with a dead y weapon Murphy
fiamcA he did not nave a knife and the
r jparch he underwent a the police station
failed to reveal one
F The baseball game yesterday between
the Leaavilo nine and u picked team
of Salt Lake bal punishers ended ab 1
ruptly ant in a flee for all row In the
eisrhin innng The Leadvllle men did not
like Umpire Busbys rulings and when
he calicil LIfyd safe on fcecttiS their
wrath burst out In lurid streaks and they
retired from the game Lloyds run from
end was made on a flv to the third
baseman who quickly delivered the bal
to tend before Lloyd had returned
While they wrangled over the decision
Lloyd got his lingers on the forelock of
time and sneaked over the home plate
Counting Lloyds run the score was
7 to 5 in Ladles favor Up to the
time when the dispute occurred the game
was close and exciting A large crowd
witnessed what there was of it
it I
Abstracts lurntsheS titles insured
end Interest paid on deposits by Utah
Title Insurance and Trust company
US Haiti street
Utah Commercial and Savings Bank
General banking business pays I per
cent on deposits F Armstrong pre
P W Madsen vicepres J E Jcn
ulngs cashier 2 E let South street
4 I
Utaii Coal
Castle Gate and Winter Quarters
lump nut and slack
Anthracite all sizes
P V Coal company 73 Main street
D L Sharp agent Telephone 429
Ur E M Xeyser has relocated In the
Auerbach building second floor Rooms
20020L 162 Main = street
Booth Lee Gray lawyers removed
offices to fifth floor Auerbach block
Do not buy urtii you have seen them
new upright panos from S175 and up
wards Temple or Music 205 South
State street
j t
W E Hubbard Co have removed
their office from 204205 Progress build
ing to No 15 West Second South street
t t office old Rio Grande Western railway ticket
t Stands at the Head
Aug J Bagel the leading druggist of
ShrevCl > ort La says Dr Kings
t Kev Discovery is the only thing that
cures my cough and it Is the Dost sel
t ler I have J F Campbell merchant
of Safford Ariz writes Dr Kings
i New Discovery is all that J claimed for
I t it never fails and is a sure cure
for Consumption Coughs and Colds I
j cannot say enough for its merits Dr
Kings New Discovery for Consump
tion Coughs and Colds is hot an ex
periment I has been tried for a quar
ter of a century and today stands at
the head I never disappoints Trial
bottles at Z C M I Drug Dept
Another Shipment 3inePianos
A cheap piano never hurts the sale
Of a really fine piano Another ship
ment of line pianos received today
Sales extra heavy lately People are
investigating The Conover piano
i Js flue simply because it is the
product of 1 the finest materials
I by the most skilled workmen Noth
i ing slighted Conover workmen are
I paid for quality of work not quantity
r hence the result A cheap piano is like
a cheap watch Bargains in pianos
I often turn out to be bargains for the
seller only not for the purchaser As
sertions have never turned cotton
p goods to woolen et or plated jewelry
to the solid article A good pianist al
i 2 ways in attendance at our warerooms
f and great pleasure taken in showing
all visitors just why the Conover piano
has a full rich sweet tone quick
r L repetition and great durability Dont
forget to call Special prices this
month Conover Piano Co
l J W VANSANT Mgr 238 Main
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f The Famou > IsTehesy F
Noted for their excellence in select
t materials style and finish commend
themselves to your taste form and
price Tine Hotel Knutsford g Block
E Ad State Normal School Salt Lake
4fl City
The academic year will begin Sept
15 1S97 Courses in general science
lberl arts mining engineering nor
mal work kindergarten training and
preparatory studies are offered For
t annul or full particulars concerning
w these courses entrance requirements
4 normal scholarships etc apply to J
3 Klngsbury president
The funeral of the late Edith Weiler I
was held yesterday morning the fam
ly residence NO 67C South Main street
The house was of course inadequate to
accommodate the great concourse of
mourning friends who assembled to pay
the last tribute of respect and chairs
were provided for them on the lawn
The casket was placed in the i > arlor I
beneath a perfect wilderness of flowers
These offcring were innumerable and I
came from friends in and out at the
Among the piece were a beautiful
bouquet from the Utah Worlds Fair
commission of which Miss Weiler was
private secretary another from the I
Eloyle club Of Which the deceased as
a member and a basket of roses fom I
the chamber of commerce of which she
was for some time assistant secre I
tary I j
The pall bearers were all members of I
the Hoyle club and intimate friendb of
the deceased Messrs Edgai Hills Wal I
ter K Conrad W D TUtor Hugh Dou
gall H J Young anti Louls W lls i
A quartette composed of Miss Bessie 1
Edmunds Miss Nellie Hailiday Mr H
G Whitney and Mr J D Whitney ren
dered several selections while Karl I
SC lie and Miss Eerkhard gave ex I
quisite solos
The Worlds Fir commission was I
represented by Governor Wells Com I
missioner Nelson A Empey Secretary
E A MeDaniel Mr Young and others I
while Secretary Colborn and several I
members of the chamber of commerce
were in attendance II
Mr Owen Woodruff offered prayer
after which Bishop Sperry made a brief
address and called upon Hon W W
Riter That gentleman spoke or his long
and intimate acquaintance with Miss
Weiler and the family and paid a
touching tribute to her worth
Bishop Nelson A Empey recited his
associations with Miss Weiler at the
Worlds Fair her ambition faithful
ness and the nobility of her character
The principal address was delivered
by Elder John Nicholson whose dis
course was full of consolation for the
bereaved ones Mr Nicholson said he
felt that his place was among the
mourners He knew Miss Weiler inti
mately She was very dear to him and
his tribute to her memory was tender
and touching in the extreme
Judge Colborn eras the last speaker
He represented the friends of the de
ceased and spoke as follows closing
with Dr Holmes beautiful poem Un
der the Violets which was written on
a card bound with violets and placed
upon the casket
To the past go more dead faces
Every year
Come no new ones in their places
Eery year
Everywhere the sad eyes meat us
In the evening dusk they greet us
And to come to them entreat us
Every year
When I was told that I might be one
of those called mon to cast for remem
brance a sprig of rosemary on the bier
of thIs gentle girl I thought that If It
be true as some believe it Is that her
sprit hoers over her mortal tenamcnt
for a time ere H begins its journey to the
stars It would be pleased to have my
tribute added to those u hch love and
tears have paid to her here
Edith Weiler after protracted and pa
tient suffering thee passed away and we
have come to bid her gOod bye at the
portals of the tomb with flowers remem
brance and affection and to reach out
the tender hand of sororw to her house
Sho was just in the first days of lifes
summer time but tCie good she had done
was more than is measured m the lives
of many Who have Jived out their three
score years and ten
knew 1 her well and If I could paint
into a word picture her charmms lace
her gracessad all the lights and shj 23
of her exquisite nature uien would you
have a portrait of perfect tvomaah
Her smile was good to seett rpled
over her face and tilled it with auleatior
In her was honor purity modesty and
simplicity Perhaps we most remarkable
tfing in her character was charity that
sVione from her countenance and gave
melody of tier voice but she covered it
withthe cloak of her modesty and about
it sCie never had a tongue Overflowing
witn K she gave from her slender purse
and when Its little store ran low she
coined her smMes and tears and save
them to the heartsick and weary
Oh it is pitiful that death should have
come to her
If it had pleased God to let her live
she would have rewarded hIs mercy with
a llfetme or gentleness and love
1ne tomb will soon open to receive her
but memory will open TOO with its solace
for grief and Us fullness of pleasant re
It 5s in memory she will ombalmed
Let me paraphrase Lamertines exquisite
sentence and say
We shail lave and be beloved Other
rays of beauty may light up our dark
way Outer souls may open to us and
reveal In the hearts oC women < the most
mysterious treasures of beauty holiness
and purity which God places on earth to
make us feel comprehend and desire the
oleasings of heaven
But nothing will efface her memory
from our hearts That memory shall be
like the fires of a boat which in the dis
tance are separated from the Asmoke and
whica shine the more brUliaTit as they
It matters > not where sleep her mortal
remains or whether any weep over her
grave Her real sepulchre is in our
nearts there she will sleep in Dcace
there she will ba gathered and cherished
and from there will be ver dropping
droppag tears on her memory to keep
it green to embalm it thin us
1iit > re is a comfort in tne thought when
ono ike this is borne away that death
doth not end all that it is but birth into
minortal life and that some time there
I will be a reunion in the great beyond
I In the beautiful drama of Ion Pren
tice says file hope of Immortality no
eloquently uttered by i > death devoted
I Greek finds deep response Jn every
thoughtful soul
When about to yield his life a sacrifice
t to fate his Clemcntha asks if they should
meet again to Which he responds
I have asked tCiat dreadful question of
the hills that look eternal of < the clear
stream that liows foreer of the stars on
whose litlds of azure my raised soirits
have walked in glory all are dumb
But as I gaze upon thy living face I
feel that here is soKielihingr in love that
mantles through its beauty ivSiich can
on wholly perish We stiall met again
I Thank God no clouds are shifting
Every year
Ore the land to ihioh were drifting
Every year
No losses there will grieve us
No loving faces leave uc
Nor death of friends bereave us
Every year
The pathos of this good girls last hour
on earth was intensified by an incident
referred to Mr Nicholson While the
I merciful messenger waited she fell asleep
and God gave her in her dreams a
irlimpse of futurity for ulaen she await
I I ened she murmurred That was a god
road 1 will take that Do you doubt
I that that was the road to Paradise and
I that when the messenger beckoned her to
depart her shadowy feet were lead along
I the way by sttinins angels
One word more While Edth lived
she loved the lines of Holmes which de
scribe the burial of a young and innocent
girl They are applicable in every word
and sentence to her
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At the conclusion of the services the
Ions cortege proceeded to the City cem I
etery where the interment took place
The quartette sang and Elder Nichol I
son made a brief dedicatory address I
The walls of the grave had been lined
with flowers and fein so that no earth I
was visible and when the bodywvas laid
yesterdays hotel arrivals were At the
Knutsford W C Wnffnt E Gallagher
C H Hunter San Francisco W W
Dreyfooi B J Bryfeon Miss Dora Nash I
S A MacMahon Theodore Springer
Chicago Frank Schoxvreck B A An
ders TV F Adams and wife New
York D C Henderson E IV Osborn SL
Louis J D IClddell Mrs A S Forker
Kansas City Arthur L Lovlnsky Stock
ton Cal Henry Hall Washington D C
D C Dodge W S Ferguson Denver
Charles W Miller Columbus 0 George
H Folts Hartford Conn i Mrs B F
Lowell Colorado Springs James Ager
S > O 1
At the Walker Archie McKyllop John
McICyllop Salmon Ida E C Lewis
St Louis E F Radeke Chicago R L
Harris and wife Dayton Ore H Penny
Packer agent Twelve Teroptatlpns com I
pany FrankK jNebeker Fred Turnel
Logan George S Vest Ft Duschesne j
William Jacobeon J J McEvoy 3hl 3
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to rest a blanket of flowers from the
Hcyle club covered the mound
Tne members of the family desire to
return their sincere thanks to all who
have showered their sympathy and
kinds efforts upon them during their
ham lUcy E Jones Brigham Cilyrw
P Woodruff Park City I
1 0 <
At the CullenL G Lantzenhiser I
Charles W Lantzenhiser Denver L L
Wyatt South Omaha G G Lloyd
I Omaha C H Miles foci wife San Fran I
cisco Mrs George Day Los An olcs B
W Reynolds Fremont Neb F E Har
ris Ashland O E D Turner DcLamar
Nov P Kervin Virginia City Nay
William Hatheid Eureka
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At the TemplOton W W Watts Ralph
Coombs Leavcnworth Kan J tL
Droate St Louis G C Rowan South
Omaha G W Brown Denver J II
Wltnrowe and family Bflkersfieid Cal
Caleb Jones Malad Ida i F A Pyke Du
bole Ida
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Grand Pacific C H BrJmshall Provo
A M Kelsey Los Angeles Amos Larson
I Brigham City William Varce Pocatello
I G W Luther Butte Leon P Gratiot
Cripple C eec Frank Blumb Ogden E
l ioymn and wife Salme Ore
I ijt 01
Charles W Taylor Cuts His
Throat at Provo
Also Defendant a Civil SuitHis
Connection With the Comstock
Saloon Skipped Out and Was
Captured at Prove Will Probably
1 Die
After bejng twice arrested on crimi
nal charges preferred by hi wife and
fleifis from the officers of the law
Charles W Taylor now lies in the
Provo Jail with his throat cut waiting
the snapping of the slender thread
holding his earthly existence
The story of Taylors escapades his
waste of his wifes money his fraudu
lent acts and the gruesome it not pa
thetic climax tft his recapture Is re
plete with unusual incidents
Charles W ayor came to Salt Lake
from Colorado early im the summer
wIth his young bride who was possss
r ° d of considerable means Mrs Tay
pr was persuaded to make an invest
ment by purchasing the Comstock sa
icon Which her husband intended to
manage The bill of sale was made to
run to Taylor who havi c free access
I to his wifes bank account succeeded
in rapidly diminishing the reserve by
drawing checks Tilings did not run
smoothly nor to Mrs Taylors satisfac
tion andan inquiry instituted by her
showed that the salon business had
boon conveyed to her husband instead
of to hers lf and moreover that he had
transferred it with evident fraudulent
intent to otherparties
Mrs Taylor consulted with the coun
ty attorney and a warrant for the de
relict husbands arrest was issued near
ly three weelts ago but on account of
Taylorsi unknown whereabouts1 he was
not taken into custpdy until several
days afterward Last Tuesday he was
held by Justice Icliaster for trial in
the district court on tho charge of em
bezzlement his bond being fixed at
3700 which he succeeded In obtaining
At about the same time a civil suit was
instituted against Taylor and his co
coaspirators to show cause why he
should nrt be restrainad from further
interfering with hi < wifes saloon prop
erty and why also he should not re
convey it to her The hearing on the
application for the restraining order
was set for Saturday but circumstan
ces forced Its continuance
On Thursday Taylor was again ar
I rested on a charge p fraudulently dis
I posing of the Comstock and Deputy
Sheriff Burt proceeded to take him
before Justice St6warfc for arraignment
Knowng that Taylor was already un
der bond to answer the charge of em
bezzling some 700 from his wife nnd
also that he was expected to appear in
court Saturday to defend his daub to
the right of posssssijin to the saloon I
property Deputy Burt consented let
his prisoner who promised to meet the
officer in half an hour at the saloon
go unaccompanied in search Of bonds
Instead of keeping he appointment
and proving that thp officers confidence
in him was not mistflSced Taylor dis
appeared and left no1troce behind It
was only a Question of time before Tay
I lor would be captured for Deputy Burt
resorted to eEry measure to catch his
quarry From subsequent events it
was learned that the delinquent saloon
keeper went to Murray on the street
car and from there undoubtedly walked
to Provo but he probably chose this
method of skipping I out because he had
considerable money Oil his persqn when
retaken by the Provo officers yester
day noon on a description furnished
by Deputy Burt
The tragic occurrence at Provo after
Taylors arrest is thus related by The
Heralds special corrcsiJondent
About 1 oclock tile officers located
Charles W Taylor in front of Peter
Stubbs residence where he was taken I
into custody There was no manifesta
tion of alarm on Taylors part and he
stated it would only be a matter of
going to jail until he could prove his
innocence in court After going to a
restaurant he accompanied the offi
cers to the county court house He
asked to retire for a short time and
was allcwed to do so going immedi
ately to an out house followed by Offi
cer Wrep Wilkins
Soon after a scuffling noise was heard
in tne outhouse whereupon WilKins
Iccfe d through the window Noticing
that Tarlcr had dropped to the hoer
the oooj was broken open and it uas
discovered that a larva stream Of blood
was gucthing from too prisoners throat
Ha wed carried to the lawn back of the
court houso all the < time bleedrn nro
fbielv and was as limp as a rag The
gall in hits threat was about four
inches tons and hung wirae open pre
CWWVST a saocklng sight to the crowd
whvoh was faiit gathering arcunu
I Frcm his vest pocket he took a small
I memorandum book and wrote tihercLn
Geed hire Ida I i love you At this
I time < hO could l ilct otter a worn Dr
Taylor amd CoitfJly Physician Alien ar
rived and sat to work dressing and
sawing up toe w und their opinlon at
the time Joins that his time was very
sbort but hiulhed soon after and was
able ito talk
His first woals were They forced
me to it He iecmtJ to be writhing
in aircny mod exciiniicd For Gods 1
sake give me a sixshotiter Gild let me
InM myself When askoJ by the sher I
iff who it was that forced
him to this he said Thin
woman Some one suggested
I faIt too was a man of good grit to
which he replied You can bet vour
life on that He was asked to be re I
I mCVfid from the crwd and was taken
to a ream in the court house
After cheat two hours had elapsed he I I
expressed a desvre to get well stating
also that he was physically strong He
hoped that if he recovered he would
not Ices his speech His wind pipe was
cut and his breathing was partly
fhrough this until it had been sewed
Taylor became = o weolt that it was
d cidSd not to move him He is i failing
rapidly and it is believed he
will not live He realizes this
ald late in the evening tock I
out his purse and gave Sheriff I
StorrsSTO with whltsh to defray his
fuivsral expemsss He also reauested
that his wife be telesrraphed for whcU
has been donp The prisoner is in a
repenfawt mood and sorry for whait he
has domet
The sliccikln news of Taylors prob
ably successful attempt at eelfdestTuc
Hen Wr taken r the house niiere
Mrs T3lor resides 071 East Fourth
South street I but by reason of the fact
tihoit te is very ill and prostrated on
aCOUttt of Ijer laithlessr husbands do
ings and otterwlse it was deemed best
for feor her condition would become
crlitical to nof yet acquaint her with
the afadljtianal troubles she will have to
j f4
Deputy Sheriff Burt returned from I
Provo last evening nithouL the prig
once who as under proper gUiard and
receiving every attention that medical
skflll could suggest Under the circum
fitanosa this course was believed < to be
Taylors levanting caused some cap
tious critics to rejoice exceedingly but
their happiness will bnng neither them
selves nor any of principals in Tay I
lors affairs any consolation A
The Well Known Young Railroad
Man Passes Away
Forrest T Eccles a brother of General
Traffic Manager Bodes Of the Oregon
Short Line and one of the most well
known railroad men in thin section of
country died at his home U3 South SV
enth Kast yesterday at noon after a
lingering attack of tuberculosis
The deceased was born in Washington
Ills 37 years ago and has been connected
with railway service in this city for a
number of years He was at one time
ticket agent for the Rio Grande Western
and afterwards city ticket agent of the
Union Pacific He was afterward con
tracting freight agent of the Union Pa
chile and later traveling freigut agent of
the Union PaclHc and Oregon Short Dine
He was also connected with the Mexican
Internationa1 at the City of llexica for
a year and a half and was later associ
ated with his brother Mr S W Bccles
Mr Eccies married Miss Emma Walker
daughter of the late SamUel Sharp
Walker They have one child
The deceased was affected some five
Cars ago hIs first attack beIng when he
was taken sick at his office He went to
Jaiforn but obtained no relief and a
year aero made a trip to the Sandwich
Islands but got no better He has been
confined to his home for six months and
to his bed for three weeks
In his lifetime the young man was a
genIal wholehearted gentleman admired
and respected by all who know him and
was very popular with his associates The
widow and child and other relatives and
immediate friends have the heartfelt
sympathy of all
The hour for the funeral has not yet
been fixed but will probably take place
from the residence some time tomorrow
Yesterdays Observations at the Lo
cal Weather Bureau Office
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 12 1897
Barometer G I a m 2570 C p m
25 GO thermometer C a m 56 degrees
C p m 75 degrees relative humidity
per cent 6 a m 82 6p m 27 direc
tion of wind G am south 6 p m
south velocity of wind miles per hour
G a m 4 6 p m 5 state of weather
G a m clear 6 p m clear maximum
temperature 77 degrees minimum
temperature 51 degrees mean tem
perature 66 degrees for 22 years 64
degrees excess for this date 2 de
grees accumulated deficiency since
January 1 1897 315 degrees accumu
lated excess since Sept 1 1837 24 de
grees precipitation including rain
hall and melted snow 3i inch for 22
years 03 inch excess for this date 31
inch accumulated excess since Jan 1
1897 100 inches accumulated excess
since Sept 1 1897 03 inch
Forecast for Salt Lake City and vi
cinity for the 24 hours ending at 6 pm
today Fair stationary temperature
J H SMITH Observer
Y II C A Night School
The Y M C A night school will open
for registration Tuesday but no class
work will be undertaken until next
week Professor Waltz the principal
has taken quarters in the association
rooms and will be on hand every day
and evening during this week to re
ceive students and register them
TIle school is free to members of the
Y M C A and merely a nominal fet
will be charged others There will be
classes in book keeping i stenography
and typewriting German Spanish
mechanical and free hand drawing
English commercial arithmetic com
mercial law and letter writing and ele
mentary electricity The school will
be In session four evenings each week
from 730 to 930 p rn and affords a
splendid opportunity to young men who
are engaged during the day to secure
nstruction in practical lines
Via Oregon Short Line al followIng low I
rates 1 tit1 I r t u I
BrigMm S t 25 i5Amn Falls frOG 30
Gotitnelon 3 00 ieMlnidoka J 00 m I
Iendon 3 2 ho ShOShtll1e 10 00 30
tOlron 350 ii Bellevue 1275
Snithfield 3 i5 12 Halley 1300 30
Richmond 4 OQ 12ML Home 11 50 30
rankIln 4 Ia lvarnpa m 1825 30
Preston 4 12 Bse Cloy 1HJO W I
I Oxford 4 w la Caldwell IS 50 30 I
cDamn1on 575 I 15 Ontario 2000 30 I
ancroft 7 30 Payette 20 25 30
Soda Spg5 S 05 30 Welser 2100 30 I
Montpeher 11 I 60 30 Huntington 22 50 30
pocaello 700 15 Baker City I
macldoot ii 20 10 Oregon lj 20 3Q
idaho alls 9 50 30 Spokane I I
MItt Lake 103510 Wash 36 50 O I
JubOS 1205 30 Portland I
lcd Stock 1540 30 Ore 3 50 30
Spncel Pendleton
Beaver can 1290 30 Ole 3025 30
ll1on 16 7u 30
proportionately low rates from points
north ana south of Sa1t Lake Call at
Oregon Short Line Ticket Otfieo for par
Time Card in Effect Sept 3
Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
Salt Lake Garfield Garfield Salt Lake
715 am S45 am 310 pm 4CO pm
215 pm 2C3 pm 415 pm 455 pm
415 pm 455 pm 630 pm 710 pm
Daily except Sundays
Boating bathing Fare and bath 50
cents Depot corner First South and
Fourth West
Dr E M Keyser aentist has new
and elegant parlors in the Auerbach
building 162 Main street Rooms 200 I
201 I
Kindergarten Department
The kindergarten department of the
SLate Normal school will be onen to i
receive children Friday Sept 17 from
ari m to 12 m at the Normal school
building of the University of Utah
Sixty children will be admitted be I
tween the ages of t 3 and 6 Tuition SI
a month
Applicants for admission tb the
training class will be Jmlttetl Sept I
15 and 16 from 9 I a m to 12 m School
begins Sent 20 For further nfornra
lion apply to Mary C May University
of Utah Salt Luke City
I At Walkers
I A magnificent collection of genuine
and rare Oriental Ru courios that
should and will interest the entire com I
munity Cashmere Rugs 110 and 140 I
years old Turkish SO and 00 years I I
Moorish chichi Persian shirvan Ber
ber antique Circassian and Mecca I I
Rugs Various sizes Prices 1200
1500 1700 and upward
The Six Day Big Linen Sale
At F Auerbach Brcrs commences
Monday morhmir at 8 oclock
At Walkers
A magnificent collection of genuine
and rare Oriental Rugs courlos that
should and will Interest the entire com
munity Cashmere Rugs 110 and 140
years old Turkish 80 and 90 years
Moorish ohichi Persian shirvan Ber
ber antique Circassian and Mecca
Runs Various sizes Prices 1200
1500 81700 and upward
a G i
Fresh Stylish Modern Furs Daily
at manufactttrers prices sold with a
j guarantee that guarantees
Mehesy the Furrier KnutsforcU
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NonPartisans Searching For
a Man For Mayor
A Democrat Preferred Because It Is
Believed the Selection Would
Weaken That PartyMr Dooly
Held as a Reserve or Last Resort
Members Will Continue tha
Hunt and May Report at a Meet
ing This EveningPolitical Notes
i t During the coming week great activity
is expected in political circles so far
i as the movement of the citizens Is
i concerned in looking for candidates It
will be a case or office seeking the man
I or woman in every instance for be it
I known the people are shy in relation to
nonpartlsanism and the candidates coy
It will perplex the nonpartisans to find
a candidate for mayor
As related In The Herald Hon R N
Bakin and John Clark have been men
tioned The two gentlemen have both
declinsd The former has announced him
self as a Democrat of the first water
a Bryan Democrat it you please White
the latter declares hts business engage
t ments will not permit him to mingle in
politics at all
With this desirable timber placed be
yond reach the nonpartisans are forced
to look elsewhere So tne next question
to be considered is where Will tile non
partisan lightning strike upon Whose
Shoulders will the toga of nonpartisan
nomination fall it will not do for any
of the prime movers to enter the lists
for that will mean suspicion on the part
of the people who will say they were
inspired oy sinister motives An outsider
must be obtained seine man with a
bome time ago the name of Sam J
Kenyon was mentioned Now Sam would
be acceptable to many by reason of his
stand in tile Pratt case but the fact
that he is a Republican and his action
in the Pratt triai means that he will not
answer For while his action in refusing
to sit in judgment on the suspended chief
of nollce means that one side is pleased
It aloo means that a great many more
are not Itien too the nonpartisan
candidate must be a Democrat Tne
nonpartisans realize that the Democratic
party is In the ascendancy and will win
unless stringent measures are adopted
iney believe the selection of a Democrat
would be a good thing to take strength
away from his party But for the tact
that the Republicans are weak and have
no show of winning there would be ni >
trouble at all In getting mayoralty ma
But the committee Is endowed with
an old VIreinny spirit It nebber
tires and soon after breakfast today
will begin working At the committee
meeting this evening reports will be re
ceived and the names of candidates if
any are secured will be slated and then
the committee will jeff to see who
gets the nominationS
< S > < < S >
The nonpartisan convention if one
Is held will be a cut and dried affair
liacn candidate will be agreed upon In ad
vance and when his or her name is pre
I sented it will ba sustained Time was
when the Tribune the sponsor of the non
partisans objected to this plan of pro
cedure but all this has changed
< > < t > < 3 >
The name of John E Dooly for mayor
will doubtless be used as a last resort by
tne nonpartisans In the event no Demo
crat can be found to take the nomination
Mr Pooly will be solicited to run for
the place Mr Eooly may accept wIth
due appreciation of the honor conferred
and will promise > a business administra
tion and all that sort of thins Mr
Doops friends are merely waiting lor
all this to happen and it is Intimated
that they are secretly hoping no Demo
crat will accept so ne can get in the race
While all this work is going on among
the nonpartisans the Democrats and
s > Republicans are working hard to
perfect plans The former are laboring
with every hope of success while the
latter are making efforts to preserve
the party organization None of the
KcpuBllcans hope to win but contend that
to so back on their principles pt this
time merge Into nonpartisanism and
work for that ticket means the destroying
of their identity as a party the loss of
opportunity for securing any portion of
the next legislature and the destroying Of
nearly all influence with the federal ad
ministration The partisans believe in
nominating a ticket even thought de
feat is encountered and thus preserving
party integrity
< > < 5 > >
John P Sorenson now servlnr the
county as fruit tree Inspector and until
recent a staunch and active Scandi
navian worker uncompromising Repub
lican is nearly read to quit his party
I His preference now is the nonpartisan
I movement with a perceptible leaning to
ward Democracy
K > 4 > 4
P W Nelson the colored barber who
beat Colonel William Nelson of the
Tribune in the race for the convention
last fall js back to town to fight for Mc
Kinleyism and to lead the colored voters
What Hoods Sarsaparilla has flout
I for others it will also do for you Hoods
Sarsaparilla cures all blood diseases
I Five Cents Each This Week
At Sale F Auerbach Brcs Big Linen I
1 For the Ladies
Our stock of up to date furs and
novelties in immense variety no two
alike is ready for inspection
I Mehesv the Furrier Knutsford
Beautiful uprignt W W Kimball
piano for only UFO Temple of Music I
205 Scuth State street
JACK In this city Sept 11 1S97 Sarah
Elizabeth daughter of the late Henry
and Sarah Elizabeth Jack Uged 13
years 9 months and 4 days
Funeral services will be hold at the
First ward meetIng house on Tuesday
Sept 14 at 3 p m Friends respectfully
A GOOD GIRL for general housework
Apply to 01 Seventh East street
BOARD AND ROOMS for students
State particulars to R L HcGhle Uni
versity of Utah Salt Lake City
GOOD WOMAN of business ability
over SO years 4 Herald
hesy the Furrier Knutsford I
1 I
SECOND HAND goods at 265 South
State street
GOOD GIRL for general housework
one who can cook reference requIred
apply mornings Mrs Beck Do Oolyer
residence 5th 13
ROOM AND BOARD 516 East First
South street
THREE ROOMS pantry and hail 87
Blum street
I STOJU2 ROOMS Holmes property Statf
and Second South streets Apply to G S
I Holmes
A GENTLEMAN can find a nicely
furnished front room in a quiet family
at 1561A East Brigham References re
Pleasanton Kendall square juat off Vet
Temple two blocks south of P 0
SIX FRESH COWS and 2ilyoung pigs
R Amos Ninth North and Jordan river
WE SSLL themes largest list lowest
prices Sole agencies Tuttle Bros 149
Main St ground floor Good place to
get In on
3Y H P BOILER and engine In good
condition Address B Herald
12000 SHEEP including mutton with
ers and several thousand acres with
water privilege A Keyser
THE FURNITURE of an SrOOm strictly
modern house cheap for cash i the home
also for rent Address R P O box S7
THE FURXITUP E and fixtures of the
Womans Exchange including icitcfiiei
and dining room appurtenances sCielv
log counters show cases etc together
with the good will and business of the
irganizaition Apply at West Second
Board or Trade saloon 134 Vest Sec
ond South lately conducted by Thomas F
Durkin deceased Inquire of A McKeiiar
Special administrator S3 West Second
cases Pembroke Stat Co 54 W 2nd S
paints S3 to 515 saved on tickets Oscar
Groshell agent 221 Main street
Miller Viele 401 McCornick Block
street Have eastern money to loan at low
vates three to live years on Salt Lake
residence property close in
AT G per cent Interest on Improved city
property Wicks 73 State
MGURRIN CO 33 West Second
South have money to lend at low rates
Privilege of part payment at any < rime
ON IMPROVED property Harris
Wilson 15 West Second South
ON MORTGAGESNo delay no com
mission no attorneys fe 3 no trust deed
Kusse L Tracy 43 Commercial block
ON CITY or farm property no > te3 in
surance policies etc notes mortgages
bought Elmer Darling 3 West Second
IN BUSINESS part of city one ran
vassintr containing portraits and pho
tos Return to Utah Port Co Calders
Jlus2 Palace 4547 W 1stSouth St
A 3f Regular communications held at
Masonic hall the second Monday of each
month Members of sister lodges and
sojourning brethren in good standing are
cordially invited to attend
FROM W3 South Fourth West dun
colored mare branded S Cn left thlgis
Return to above address and receive re
hot water heating No G7 Main street
Having been associated with SUshi I
Creighton dentists tar past two years
and four months I wiffh to Inform tie
public iny numerous iriemte and many
patrons that I have eauippert dental
parlors of my own in the McCbrnick
block notwithstanding to the contrary
the repeated report that I have left the
city > in rooms 311512 and am qualified
to meet any and all requirements that
may come under my observation wthn
my profession Rooms 511513 Very
respectfully H Wi DAVIS D D S
THE DAVIS JAMES CO plumbing and 1
cornice work No 67 MaIn street
ARK SPENCER C4 Richards street
All kinds of tin and sheet iron work
water heating and verrtilatins apparatus
Ko 79 West Second South A
tute Day school boarding music Ex
perienced teachers college graduates
Expenses moderate R I Caskey Prin
WILD GAilE prairie chickens pheas
ants mountain grouse and sage hens at J
Utah Poultry Co
HORSES PASTURED and wintered at I
the old Crtsmon farm Address 45 E 2nd
South or J D Muir corner Tenth East
and Twelfth South
tonic 200 a dozen The Kentucky
Lquor Go 13 E Second South agents
TAKE NOTICETo the public and our
patrons that Edward W Kunkel Is no f
longer connected with the firm of the I
Utah Poultry CC Walter L Price ilgr t
MANY PERSONS do not see as well as
they ilhould others see well but their eyes
soii become tired Others suffer with
constant headache which medicine does
not relieve because the headaches comes
from the eye strain and f1e proper
remedy Is a pair of good glasses properly
fitted If for any reason your sight Is 1
not good call qn me I have the amli
ances skill and experience to fit any eye
that classes will help and test your
eyes free of charge Alex 1 Wyatt
optician and jeweler 172 ilain street
The Japanese Bombdo Company
ARTISTIC bamboo furniture mado to
order Chair bottoms made In rattan
All work guaranteed first class and at
low priced 20 Commercial street
Umbrellas and Parasols
Covered and repaired 31 Meyer 125 East
First South east of City hall
To lease
to lucern orchard and garden land i Im
plements furnished fine water riht 13
miles southeast from city None but re
sponsible parties need apply 63 East Sec
and South
George W Jones
Railroad ticket brokerage 215 Main street
Salt Lake City and 302 25th street Ogden
Utah Excursion rates to Ml points
t baggage checked tickets bought sold
and exchanged
E JJ WILSON AttorneyatLaw
Hooper Block Salt Lake City
Richard B Shepard Allen T Santord
Suite 120 to 125 Commercial block
Salt Lake City Utah
Booms 2 to 5 Eagle block Salt Lalsa
Attorneys and Connacllora at Law
Rooms 7 to 11 Deseret National oank
2nd So Appointments by mail solicited
f AN EXCLUSIVE OjKCieAL store eight I
i years exneriencoi WIB Rushroer man
I ufacturing optician 41Wost Second South 1
streeL Eyes examined for glasses fze
I Special lenses ground fit the eye
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