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8 TH K SALT TAKF HERALD Tff0RSDAY JULY oB 1 09O
Weather Today
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Pair Continued Warm
Silver and Lead Quotations
f The sllvcr and lead quotations ycstcr
I day were as follows
Bar silver 5St cents
Lead brokers J3SO
Copper casting 10 cents
CITY dRCTCLATXOH
The City Circulation of The Herald
iia been leased to Mr J O HcCrack
m o Subscribers who do not receiva
their papers promptly will confer a
favor if they mako complaint to The
Eerold counting room
All checks for city subscriptions
Should ba mode payable to
J T O HCRACKEB
City Circulator
IILII 8 8A1I AYY
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Send this coupon I
with 80 cents
By Mail 12 Cents
Io THE HERALD and you will
get a fine set of pictures of the
I Navy i
See advertisement in another
part of this paper
CALL FOR STATE CONVENTION
Headquarters Utah State Democratic
Committee
Salt Lake City Utah July 26 1898
A meeting of the state Democratic
committee Is hereby called to meet at
The Herald building on Saturday Aug
6 at 2 oclock p m to arrange for call
ing a state convention and for such
other business as may come before the
committee
R W SLOAN Chairman
E A MDANIEL Secretary v
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TOWN TALK
Yesterdays clearings were 2KC34 as
compared with IPS379 for the correspond
ing day of Irst year
An effort is being made to Improve the
postal service ut Deberet In rder to give
the people closer connections with mail I
trains
City Recorder Backman is advertising
In The Herald for bids for the delivery to I
the city of a carload of sixinch cast Iron j
water pipe I
James P Batchelor and Mary E Wade
both of Salt Lake City were married at
the court house yesterday by Deputy
County Clerk Blair
United States Clerk Letcher received a
notice yesterday from Attorney General
McKenna stating that no rules will be
made concerning the bankruptcy law un
til the sitting of the supreme court on
October 10
Mrs M J Lambert mother of Jay I
Lambert of the Brighton hotel was In
town yesterday visiting with Mr and I
Mrs Meakln and also attending to busi
ness concocted with the hotel at the
famous summer resort
The infant son of Mr and Mrs Ell A
Folland died yesterday and will be buried
this afternoon This is the second death
In the family within a few months and the
blow Is al the more severe to the be
reaved parents on that account
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Postmaster Thomas received a letter
yesterday from C J McNett attorney of
Aurora Ills asKing for the address of
the heirs of Herman Hyde who died
several years ago in Salt Lake City leav
ing two sons one of whom Is said to have
been a prominent member of the Mormon
church
Preparations are well under way for the
grand military bicycle drill which will I
take place early in August at Saltair un
der the auspices of the Social Wheel club I
The boys and girls do finely and the com i
pan will 20 out to the resort Sunday I
morning for practice Two or three mor
young ladies and gentlemen may enter I
If they apply at once to Captain W W I
Hall the drill master
Herman Rodes a Flnlander was picked
up at the Oregon Short Line depot at I
4 clock yesterday afternoon In an un
conscious condition apparently suffering
from sunstroke Medical assStance was
furnished by Dr Roote He was removed ito i
to the Holy Cross hospital and last night I
his condition was reported quite serious
one side of his face haYing turned black I
He came from the country and was ac
companied ymA freu8 gdas
There will be a meeting of the Utah
Forestry association on Friday at 5 p m
in the onlce of Superintendent Park of the
department of public instruction The
tR H Irsst N i1
mirnoso of the me tiiir Is to elect a sue I
cessor to Secretary Whitney who has left
the state and to discuss matters pertain
ing to tho care of forest reservations At
the meellng it is probable also that meas
ure wil Lm sugKestec that will lead to
the reservation of an area surrounding
tPish lake in southeastern Utah as a for
est i > ark
Application han been mad by three dif
ferent persons for the purchase of about
100 square rods of land owned by the city
and fronting on Seventh North and Sec
ond West streets In order to realize the
best possible pries therefor Councilman
SiJ < ioay chairman of the committee on
public grounds Is through City Recorder
Jlackman advertising m The Herald for
bids for the property In I question Jn all
probability the money realized from the
sale will be applied to a fund to be creat
ed for the improvement of Pioneer park
While engaged in cleaning out a ditch
IS inches deep at the corner of Ninth
South and Third East yesterday after
no HI Hiram Miller was seized with an
epientic fit and falling into the water
he May unconscious with his face down
ward for some time He would certainly
have drowned but for the timely rescue
of one of Hewlett Bros teamsters who
haii > oie l to drive that way He finally
recover d consciousness and was conveyed I
ii a patrol wagon to his home 515 South
Tenth East Miller is about 35 years of
ageThe I
The Herald building was flooded with
S melody last evening The Deseret Mando I
lin club Mr Donaldson director which is
the finest organization of the Iind In the
state Islted the editorial rooms and
t rendered a number of tIne selections
Previous to the visit of the Mandolin
club tho Metropolitan quart ttt corn
S posed of O E Johnson Heber Wickens
Will Prr and T G Doxy favored The
Herald with a serenade which was thor
oughly appreciated The quartette sings
very sweetly and the music sounded de
F lightfully on the midsummer air
The board of education committee on
bufldinjri and grounds last evening di
rected Clerk Moreton to solicit bids for
S a carload of desks and other furniture
for the equipment for the new leased hIgh
school bUilding on Pierpont street and the I
i two new grnrle buildings In the north
western anti southwestern portions of the
r city The bids will be receivable until
r next Thursday afternoon The greater
i nortlon of the meeting was devoted to a
r consideration of the plans proposed by
George C KIdder for Increasing the
efficiency of the boating and ventilating
r plants in the several school buildings and
reducing the cost of operation
Not desiring to throw any stumbling
blocks in the way of the majority of the
city ouncll in the effort to float the issue
of 50000 worth of 4 per cent refunding
bonds payable at the end of 20 years in
lawful mono Mayor Clark yesterday
waived his objections to the ordinance
authorizing tho issuance and salo of the
bonds and penned his approval to the
council action The next move in the
r matter will be the approval by the finance
committee of the form of bond and the
placing of the order for the engraving of
same City Recorder Backman has pre
pared an advertisement for bids for all or
any part of the Issue at not less than par
and accrued Interest after September 1 I
S the bids to be opened and considered by
the city council on Tuesday evening Au
gust 16
utah Commercial and Savings Bank
General banking business Interest
paid on savings deposits F Armstrong
president J E Jennings cashier 21
E 1st South street
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Citizens Coal Company
West Second South TeJ 49
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FOR FRANK AND FUSION
Stewart Pettigrew and Dubois So
Declare Themselves
PETTIGREW IS EMPHATIC
DECLARES DEMOCRACYS AL
LIES WILL NOTvSTAND IT
Unless Fusion Is Accomplished In
the Western States the Silver
Republicans Will Bolt Dubois
Advocates the Plan Senator
Stewart Would Like to See Can
non Returned Looks For Very
Hard Times Other Political
News
Intone way the Knutsford hotel re
sembled an annex to the United States
senate yesterday The names of Wil
liam M Stewart of Nevada R F
Pettigrew of South Dakota and Fred
T Dubois of Idaho were inscribed on
theregister while the form of Frank
J Cannon of Utah was noted flitting
around the lobby
These silver men came here not by
appointment so they declare but by a
singular coincidence Mr Stewart is
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SENATOR STEWART DISCUSSES THE WAR
going to his home In Nevada presum
ably for the purpose of fixing a few of
r fo en oe1tfg
his Owli fences Senator Pettlgrew is
stopping off because he wanted a rest
He is going to Idaho on business
and exSenator Dubois is down here
from Idaho on business Senator
Cannon happened down from Ogden on
business also
Every one of the distinguished gen
tlemen declared there was no political
significance in their coming and per
haps this is a fact but all are un
qualifiedly in favor of fusion In this
state and do not hesitate to so declare
Incidentally it may be well to state
that all of them are for Frank J Can
non for senator and do not hesitate a
bit in declaring for him
PETTIGREW IS EMPHATIC
Senator Pettigrew Is most emphatic
for fusion He believes the party which
declines to fuse with the other silver
I forces is blind to the interests of sil
ver and is unworthy of respect and I
confidence His language on this sub
jcct was most decided It was vigorous
I and to the point There was uio mis
taking his meaning The senator has
no marked physical qualifications to j
distinguish him from the balance of i I
humanity but If he talks on all sub
jects In the senate as he does in Utah
on the question of fusion he must have
an Identity in congress
HIS VIEW OF IT
I fail to see remarked the senator
how the Democrats of this state can
decline to fuse on the matter of silver
It is the only state where the forces of
silver have not united It Is not a
question of the men who are to be
selected but the principle of the fight
If you do not come togetheKhere sim
ply because you have a great majority
on your side what can you expect of
us In the other states In my state
which we carried for Bryan we have
82000 Republican votes and only 8000
Democrats We have a governor and a
congressman to elect there this fall
and we are going to elect them too
and we have fusion We have made
concessions when the power Is over
whelmingly vested Jn us I Suppose we
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were to say to the Democratic party of
t at state that we wanted nothing of
them that we had nothing to give
them what would you say here in
UtahTALKS
TALKS OF GETTING EVEN
I I cannot see how men can be so
blind to their own Interests as to re
fuse to unite and make silver the sole
issue until the fight Is won And I say
this to you that we are watching Utah
and these other states and we propose
If our friends are slaughtered out here
in the west to get even You want to
I elect a president in 1900 and with our
assistance I believe it can be done Th
result was very close last time and I
think this time we can win But go
back on us in this emergency and we
will forsake you You shall not slaugh
ter our friends simply because you
have the power so to do and expect us
to reciprocate with kindness
DUBOIS STILL WANTS FUSION
Senator Dubois who was present
during this conversation endorsed the
same and suggested that in his state
the silver forces were getting together
It was remarked that the advocates of
fusion here had not advocated fusion
so much as a candidate
Alluding to Senator Cannon inter
rupted Mr Dubois Now all he has
asked is that there be a fusion re
gardless of what his chances might be
He has repeatedly made this statement
that he would take his chances pro
vided fusfon could be accomplished
That Is fair enough
We are going to be in very good
condition this fall so far as Idaho Is
concerned said Senator Dubois and
I cannot see why there could not be a
fusion ararngement entered Into here
Concerning the statement that some of
Mr Cannons friends have made him
an issue more than they have fusion
as Senator Pettlgrew has suggested r
that is not his fault He is acting
fairly in the matter
He Is a good senator said Petti
grew
grewSTEWART
STEWART SAYS CANNON
Senator Stewart was not present at
this conversation but at another time
he declared he would like to see Can
non returned He has made a good
senator declared the Nevadan and
I would like to see him returned Sev
eral of us would
When it was suggested that the Dem
ocrats were loth to abandon the prin
ciple of party lines in this state because
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cause of certain conditions which
might arise Senator Stewart did not
offer any suggestions but simply re
iterated what he had said
SILVER WILL TRIUMPH
Senator Stewart believes the triumph
of silver Is not far off They may
boast of good times and the return of
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EXSENATOR DUBOIS TALKS ON FUSION
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I prosperity he said but I predict that I
harder times are coming It will be
either silver or barbarism for this na
tion right soon We are in the business
of selling bonds and our legitimate en
terprises are at a standstill Tall
j about capital being timid It is not
I It Is simply waiting for more bonds
When we had 200000000 for sale
1800000000 was bid They point to
that as an indication of good times
all that money But what Is going to
be done with that Is It coming west
to build new railroads or going cast to
start new enterprises On the con
trarv The men who have that money
know there Is going to be another bond
issue and they are going to hold the
cash until the time comes and then In
vest where their interest Is payable In
gold coin Money IP going to be scarce
and taxes hard to pay
THE WAR
There will be a thousand millions in
bonds before we are through with this
war The declaration of peace does not
end the struggle Not by any means
We have the people of these islands to
deal with before we can let them go
Several elephants on our hands to dis
pose of so to speak We have not got
all of them either The Philippines are
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not all ours yet seither is Cuba If
Spain Insists on holding Havana we
Shall have to invest it and it will take
many months ere we can call it our
ownThen do you think the administra
tion will have achance to get any glory
Qut of the conquest for the fall elec
tions
I doXnot Havana will not fall be
fore the November elections We can
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Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota
not send an army J100000 down there
during the hotsummer months for the
fever would decimate it We shall have
to wait until It becomes colder wea
ther and it will not be a days task to
capture Havana but one of weeks
DUBOIS IS DOUBTFUL
ExSenator Dubois does not agree
with Senator Stewart on this subject
He believes the war will have a good
effect and that the shouting over the
victories will cause many people to for
get the graver issues of the hour That
amid the paeans of joy the large issues
will fade from sight temporarily But
he does not despair of the final triumph I
of the sIlver forces In 1900 nrnvided of
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course that fusion is entered Into and
I the friends of the white metal unite
everywhere and work together This
expression Is also a reflection of the
I views of the senator from South Da
kota While We may not win in the
doubtful states this fall still proper no
tion will bring about a victory when
the next presidential campaign comes
on Mr Pettlgrew is a hearty supporter
of Bryan and will vote for him again
if he Is nominated and declares his
state will again cast her vote for the
Nebraskan
Senator Stewart did not express any
opinions concerning the policy which is
to be pursued towards the islands we
have captured That Is a matter which
will come up when we have them In our
keeping he declared At this time It
is too soon to say what will be done
or what should be done There are
seme grave problems connected with
the matter
matterADMIRES SCELEY
The senator does not admire the con
duct of General Shafer In refusing or
neglecting to permit General Garcia to
come in and be at the surrender of
Torn at Santiago In fact he does not
admire tle campaign against Santiago
at all nor the manner in which the
Cubans have been treated by this government
teated
ernment He think Schley should
have been let along after he bottled
Cervera up In the harbor and he would
have gone inside destroyed the ships
and taken Santiago without all the
trouble and expense Sampson is a
man who gets little credit from Senator
Stewart He believes Sampson took all
the credit or tried to at least which
was due to Schley The acting rear
admiral has warmer admirers among
tis relatives than the senator from Ne
vada
Senator Cannon went to Ogden last
night Senator Dulls goes home to
day and Senator F6ttigrew will go
with him The gentlemen held a cau
cus on the train going to Saltalr last
night and while they were in the water
and coming home
Senator Stewart ia accompanied by
Mrs Stewart and Is l going over to his
ststo to see how matters stand He Is
a candidate reelection this winter
and has a few breaks in his fence which
he wishes to repair
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State Senator William C Xebeker
came in from Ophlr last evening and
will be In the city for a day or so He
relates the weather has been s warm
In hIs district for the past few weeks
that no one has ventured to talk poli
tics but that slumbering through the
heat Is a well defined policy concerning
those who will be selected as candi
dates for the lower house this fall al
though it is a little early to definitely
predict the identity of the nominees
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State Senator SHurtliff of Ogden
caine In yesterday from the Omaha ex
p and says the weather Is so
hat down along the river that a man
cannot sleep nights without a cake of
ice underneath his bed He came back
here to get a good nights rest
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Reports from the north are to the
effect that the sentiment In favor of
Judge Hart for ttle supreme bench this
I fall is gaining and that he will have
support from the northern tier of coun
ties
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Concerning this mattar of a candidate
for the suoreme bench the members
of the bar are taking a lively Interest
in it and are suggesting that good men
be selected The fact that the salary
is small Is a handicap and prevents
attorneys of great eminence from run
ning A man does not like to forsake
a good practice of from 3000 to 10000
a year and go on the bench at a salary
of 3000 But it is the belief of the
members of the bar alluded to that
some good man can bs chosen and that
with proper showing the salary can
be raised even though it does take a
constitutional amendment to change
the rate paid
WALKERS STORE
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A Five Cent Sale
of lawns dimities and batistes The
12c to 16c a yard kinds while they
last after 10 a m today 5c
IS
Lend a helping hand to the unfortu
nates of Park City by going to the La
goon today
EASTERN EXCURSIONS
Via Rio Grande Western Railway
Indianapolis and return 46 on Aug
4 5 6
Rock Island arid return 4125 on
Aug C 7
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Indianapolis and return 4455 on
Aug 17 18 13
Omaha and retuV32 on Aug 20
Omttha and return 32 on Aug 26
Cincinnati and return 4460 on Sept
123
Omaha and return 148 every day
Fast trains daily at 830 am and
740 p m Cool and delightful ride
through the mountains Wonderful
scenery Through sleeping cars For
additional details call at Rio Grande
Western ticket office Dooly block cor
ner No 103 West Second South street
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Calders Park
At an enormous expense the Blush
brothers of London England have
been secured to give an exhibition
every afternoon and evening commenc
ing July 28 in their entirely new and
wonderful horizontal and aerial act
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Combined fraternal excursion bene
fit of Park City today at Saltair See
the Battle of Manila
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Plans inhumanity to man has made
countless thousands mourn Go to La
goon today and help the Park City
fund Good attractions
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r IN THE SOCIAL REM
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS MCOR
NICK AND A H S BIRD
Time For the Wedding Not Definite
ly Fixed But It Will Take Place
Soon Mrs Cambridge Entertains
at Cards So9ial Notes
Mr and Mrs W S McCornlck an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Miss Emma McCornlck to
Mr Arthur H S Bird
The time for the wedding has not
yet been definitely fixed but It will
occur in the near future
Miss McCornick has been prominent
in the work of the womens clubs here
Mr Bird has not resided long In Utah
He belongs to a prominent English
family and is engaged In mining
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Mr and Mr William B Cambridge
entertained at cards last evening and
will give evening a similar affair next Wednesday
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Miss Blanche Burke and Miss Katie
Geddes leave for Brighton today
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Miss Kate Lawrence returns on Sun
day from Soda Springs
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Charles J Bassett formerly a well
known Salt Laker but now a promi
nent Blackfoot citizen of Idaho Is down from
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Brighton Mrs A Dlnwoodey has gone to
CHARLEY BURGESS DEAD
Well Known Figure Passed Away
Yesterday Afternoon
Charles Burgess whp has been a
familiar figure in Salt Lake for nearly
half a century passed away at 530
oclock last evening at his home In
this city Mr Burgess was a native of
England but came to Utah in the
early days and shared the hardships
Incidental to pioneer times For the
last 25 years he was night watchman on
the First South street block between
Main and West Temple streets dur
ing all those years enduring the storms
and cold of the winter nights and heat
of the summer He was known to a
wide circle of acquaintances and the
newspaper men locked on old Charley
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CHARLES BURGESS
as a familiar friend whom they con
stantly met night after night at his
post on their way home after 30 came
in Now Charleys 30 has arrived
and his familiar greeting will be
missed le scored his 66th year on the
8th of March last and leaves a wife
and ten children the latter all grown
to manhood and womanhood
For years his health was poor and he
grew feebler and feebler About four
years age he met with an accident by
being run over by a street car receiv
ing severe injuries to one of his feet
and was a good deal shaken up gen
erally but notwithstanding his years he
soon so far recovered as to be able to
resume his occupation I
The funeral will take place tomorrow
at 2 p m from the Sixteenth ward
meeting house Friends are invited I
Typographical Union
At the election of the Salt Lake Typo
graphical union No 115 the following
officers Wire elected
PresidentA E Graham
Vice president Sid Groo
Financial secretary H C McDon
ough
Recording secretary J E Osborne
Treasurer G J Playter
Sergeantatarms John Priestley
Executive committee H Daniels
C Houck John E Osborne E Rus
sell A E Graham
Board of trustees Mrs A B Ben
nett Mrs Sylvester Henry Russell
Delegates to Federation of Labor
A E Graham M G Hamilton Gus
Ramsperger C J Quinn John E Os
borne A B Bennett C S William
son i
sonDel ate to International Gus Rams
Derner
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD
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Yesterdays Observations at theLo
I cal Weather Bureau Office
i Salt Lake City July 27 1S93
Temperature 6 a m 63 6 p m 90
average for the day 76 average corre
sronding date last year 7S maximum
91 minimum 00 corresponding date
last year 93 minimum 61 accumulated
deficiency of temperature since Jan 1
TOG degrees Relative humidity per
cent 6 a m 25 6 p m 9 corre
sponding date last year 6 a m 60
C D m 20
State of weather 6 a m clear 6 p
m clear Velocity of wind and direc
tion 6 a m southeast four miles per
hour 6 p m west five miles per hour
Precipitation past 21 hours nine Inches
Accumulated deficiency of Dreclpita
tion since Jan 1 13 inches
Following is the local forecast of the
weather for today Fair continued
warm J H SMITH
Section Director
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Pure blood is absolutely necessary
for perfect health Hoods Sarsaparilla
is the one true blood purifier and great
health giver
S Saltair
Tabernacle choir 500 voices out on
the lake Friday 29th
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Dr Bowers has removed his office
to 402 Progrers block
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Saltair
Deweys a dandy He parts his hair
in the middle but he gets there Just
the same See his Manila fight at Salt
air every night this week
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Saltair
Of course everybody goes to Saltair
the one place on earth Battle of Ma
nila continued during this week
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Catarrh like scrofula Is a disease
of the blood and may be cured by I
purifying the blood with Hoods Sarsa
parilla
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For sweet charitys sake Park City
sufferers day at Lagoon Excellent
programme good music Go down in
your pocket for once
ORDERS 010 NOT COME
Battery C Still Quiet Camped at
Fort Douglas
WORD EXPECTED TODAY
HOPES OF THE ARTILLERYMEN
DASHED ONCE MORE
The Boys Had a Hard Time of It
Yesterday With Drills and Brush
FiresA Salinn Cattle Xing
Wants to Enlist Letter From
General Kent
Battery C did not receive the ex
pected orders from Washington to
move yesterday and there was in l con
sequence much gloom in camp
This too is about all that can be
said about the situation No one was
in possession of any knowledge as to
the war departments intention and
while there were some predictions In
dulged in they were but conjectures
Lieutenant Dashlell thought that 1 or
ders were to come at an early date
they would probably reach Fort Doug
las this morning but of course there
Is nothing certain about I There was
a rumor in circulation which however
could not be traced to Authentic
Juthentc
sources to the effect that prominent In
dividuals here had indirectly received
word from the war department that
there was a probability of the battery
remaining here This seems unlikely
as the dispatch from Dertver received
vtaerb dIV
on Tuesday evidently was based on
the fact that orders have been issued
at Washington but have so far not
been transmitted I is therefore rea
sonable to expect that unless peace I
negotiations have progressed so far
that there is a hope ofan early cessa
tion of hostilities that orders will be
forthcoming within the next 24 or 48
hours at the latest
The men had a hard time of it yes
terday Grass fires on the reservation
are now of daily occurrence and yesterday
terday was no exception to the rule A
big fire started about noon and gained
rapid headway toward the barns and
powder magazine on the south side ot
the fort Captain Jennings sent his men
over and they had a hard fight for
two hours and finally succeeded in
gaining control of the flames
When the men reached the scene the
fire was not more than 30 feet from the
powder magazine and it required some
heroic work to put it out While It is
probable that nothing serious would
have occurred had the flames reached
the powder storehouse it was close
enough to render the situation serious
The sagebrush and grass is dry and
when the wind is brisk a fire travels
remarkably fast The batterymen have
I come to find this out now andxputtlng
out the flames is getting to be serious
i business
In anticipation of orders everything
is now in readiness for packing and
when the news finally comes the bat I
tery will be ready In less than an hour
If necessary
Michael Hogan the Salina cattle
king visited headquarters yesterday
and expressed his desire to enlist As
the battery Is recruited to Its full
strength there will be nO chance for
Mr Hogan unless some of the men oiv
the sick list should have to be dis
charged a proceeding that takes sev
eral weeks
Mr Hogan yesterday wound up a
deal whereby he disposed of a batch I
from his herd for the snug little sum
of 32000 I he joinsit will not be for
the purpose of earning the paltry 1560
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per month He Is an old friend
of Lieutenant William Jennings Bryan
Stacey who held his application for I
enlistment as long as possible but Mr
Hogan at the time wafchegotiating the
sale and could not leave although It
has been his Intention to join the army
tor purely patriotic reasons ever since I
McKinley Issued the first call
WORD FOM T FRONT
Letter From Major General Kent
Kaysville Boy Writes
Major General Kent in a letter to
Mrs Kent dated July 8 in front of
Santiago says Llscum was superb
and we all recognize his great worth
I only wish that he was here to com
mand his regiment and the brigade
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From a Kaysville Boy
Sergeant Bennett of company C Six
teenth infantry has written to his
brother from the front at Santiago as
follows
Fort San Juan Cuba July SNo
doubt you expect to hear that I am
dead or hurt in some way but you are
Tooled I am in the best of health and
as sound as a dollar
On July 1 2 and 3 we had the hottest
battle ever known at least there were
more shots exchanged than ever before
in the short length of time also Der
haps more were wounded although not
many were killedonly one In our com
pany
Our brigade took the fort and the
I Sixteenth infantry had their colors on
the hill first
I am detailed in charge of the bri
gade pioneer corps 55 men in all Our
duty Is to go 500 yards in front of fee
brigade and in the rear of thp advance
column to cut down brush and wire
fences When anyone tells you that
the Spaniards wont fight dont believe
them
Have not received any mail at all
since we left Tampa but will do so as
soon as we take Santiago and we can
do that as soon as we get orders
OSCAR C BENNETT
P S Garlick of Kaysville who is in
company C is well
o
Today at Walkers
Several hundred yards of batistes
lawns and dimities selling at 12c to
16c the yard after 10 a m today while
they last 5c
cz > 4
Saltair
The great fraternal excursion bene
fit of Park City sufferers takes place
today Salt lr will give a grand en
tertainment all day Winding up with
the Battle of Manila Everybody Is
going and Saltair Is the place
Dont squeeze that quarter until the
eagle screams Give it to the Park City
fund by going to Lagoon today
Dr E M Keysor dentist Auerbach
building rooms 200 and 201 Specialty of
crown and bridge wotk gold and sil
ver fillings
Dr A C Behle having returned has
reopened his office in the Summit block
Rooms 4 and 5
Qs
Saltair
By request of thousands the Battle
of Manila will be fought every night
during this week Greatest Grandest
Most glorious now glorified Dont be
silly and miss it
co
Excursion for the benefit of the Park
City sufferers at Lagoon today
PLUMBING AND TIN WORK
THE DAVID JAMES CO plurablae and
cornice work No 87 Main treet
BUSINESS CHANCES
3150 INVESTED EARNS 33 per cent
weekly Established 21 cities ThlrcJ year
Particulars free D Sloane 110 St Paul
Baltimore Aid
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I DIED
PARKS In this city July 2 1SOS Ray
beloved son of William and Alice Parks
I aged 3 years
The funeral will be held this afternoon
at 3 oclock from the parents residence
473 West Sixth South Interment Sat
o City cemetery
FOLLANDIn this city July 2 lW of
bronchitis and teething Eugene A son
of Mr and Mrs Ell A Folland aged 5
months and 17 days le
Funeral today Thursday at 4 p m
from residence of parents 730 West South
Temple street Friends Invited to attend
HEWLETT the Holy Cross hospital
July 27 Mrs Josephine bopIa
Sandy
Funeral will be announced later
WANTED
GIRLGeneral housework small tam
fly 621 South West Temple street
A GOOD GIRL for general housework
Mjs H N Dinwoodey Sill Brigham street
YOlNG LADY to pose as model Apply
Herald Engraving Co 72 West Temple
street
PARTIES havIng houses building lots
or acreage for sale will find It to their In
terest to list all such properties with me
as I have many buyers on hand Please
call from 9t30 to 1030 a m or 4SO to 530 p
in A RIchter 3J West Second South
street
SALESMEN WANTEDOar line of ad
vertisinE thermometer novelties for 1S9S
1S09 Is now ready We pay liberal com
mission to competent salesmen Send 10
cents in stamps for catalogue sample and
terms Taylor Bros Co Rochester X Y
AGENTS WANTED Call at Barrow
Bros stationers 43 West Second South
SITUATION as cook Will go out by
the day Address A B C Herald
SECONDHAND FURNITURE at 207
209 State street Goods sold on easy pay
ments M Webber
FOR SALE
REMEMBER THE MAIN real estate
rental and collecting agency is Meeks
Bros room 6 Atlas block
TEAM HARNESS wagon f9Q 273
Mead street Second West below Ninth
South
MONARCH BICYCLES J40 330 and JSO
also repairing in all its branches Groesch
ner Gartman 114 west First South
street
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Books Stationery offlc supplies Mime
ograph supplied Tel 474 Marietta Bros
FOR RENT
REMEMBER THE MAIN real estate
rental and collecting agency is Meeks
Bros room 6 Atlas block
FURNISHED fine cool ooms house
keeping if desired also barn 164 East
Second South
HOUSES Tuttle Bros
WE SELLWE RENT 149 Main street
BOARD AND ROOMS
BOARD AND Ii MS137 N Main
Large lawn shade bath gas steam heat
THE GRAND 1C4 East First South
street Table board J23 per month Tran
sients 100
MONEY TO LOAN
100000 TO LOAN o 7 and 8 per cent
Advance money to build can pay part or
oil at option no delay P J Conway Co
I LOAN only my own money No com
mission no eastern company no third
party no trust deed no mortgage tax
no attorneys fee Special options Russel
L Tracy 49 Commercial block
MGURRIN = CO 33 West Second
South have money to lend at low rates
Privilege of part payment at any time
CbAERVOYAjTS
MAZIE Palmist 363 State street
MRS C M TRIPP magnetic healer
21S West Fifth South
MRS P FONTYN clairvoyant and
trance medium 2C7 South West Temple
NOW IS THE TIME to cqnsult Dora
Randolph the clairvoyant at 73 South
State street upstairs rooms 2 and 3 as
she is tolng to leave Salt Lake by Ausr
13 Tells present and future etc Price
25c
STEAM HEATING
E G HARRIS with the David James
Co steam and hot water heating No 67
Main street
IJA1RDEESSKR
Hairdresser and Chiropodist
SANITARIUM Hairdressing shampon
Ins scalp and facial treatment First
class service Prices reasonable
W AR lIlG VENTILATING
P J MORAN STEAM AND HOT
water beating and ventilating appvratujL
No 73 Vest Second South
PERSONAL
SADIES ChiclwsJers English Pennyroyal Pi3j
LADIEsf 1raDd aro the Best s to nolbhl
Arf Take no etbtr bead 4 OWJII Pfl1 ittht
fu
for Ltr r by Retuqi M
1Ii1lads1z
Clulchestcr gn1o l
SOCIETIES
UTAH CHAPTER NO111 A M
Stated convocations held on the first
Wednesday in each month at Masonic
hall at 73 pm Sojourntns companions
are coruially Invited to attend
WM R GRANT M E H P
M C PHILLIPS Secretary
ARGENTA LODGE NO 3 A F AND
A M Stated communications held at
Masonic hall the first Tuesday in eacn
month Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing are
cordiallY Invited to attend
Wr T DALBY W 21
M C PHILLIPS Secretary
MT MORIAH LODGE NO2 A F
anti A M Regular communications held
at Masonic hall the second Monday of
each month Members of sister lodges
and sojourning brethren in good standing
invited to attend
cordially
are t7
dCo
A C STATEN W M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary
A O U W
TEMPLE LODGE NO 15 MEETS EV
ery Friday evening In the Auerbach build
ing Main street
streetC E STOKES M W
En le Gate Lode No 10 meets every
Wednesday night at te Odd Fellows
temple on Market sireeC
GEO W hARROWS M W
Salt Lake Valley Lodge No 12 meets
Thursday evnlng at the Gladstone
every
buildIng Main street
streetMOWER > M w
MISCELLANEOUS
SCHLITZ MALT EXTRACT a food a
tonic ItU a dozen The Kentucky
Liquor Cc 13 E Second SoutA agents
r1 n I Monthly regulator wfa
iPSy rU ana sure new fails
Tan Send cforWom n 8afe
1111 11 < < 1 t Dp 1111 nUadlp 1a h
Turkish Baths
SANITARIUM Turkish baths for ladles
in connection with mineral plunge Mon
days Wednesdays and Fridays 52 West
Third South
Cash Register I 4 1
NATIONAL CASH Registers Oacar
Groshell Sole Agent Utah 221 Main
PROFESSIONAL CARDS I
ATTORNEYS
L M Waddell Thomas Adams
WADDELL ADAMS
AttorneysatLaw Rooms Nos 415 and
US McCornlck Building Salt Lako City
DENTISTS
DR J B KEYSOR
Dental Parlors 240 Main street First dose
ot Walker House
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