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Contest for Offices and Meeting MeetingPlacets MeetingPllee MeetingPlies
Placets Plies te BeSettled Quickly QuicklyStATE QuicklyI QuicklystATE QuicklySiATE
9In < Hfi QUESTION of who will be the theofficers theoffi theI
l I officers offi rs of the grand lodge for the theensuing theenulng theenuIn
ensuing enuIn year and the place or the thenext thenext theIet
next convention will probably be de dacfdejfl dectded decMed
cfdejfl this afternoon by the Elks If Ifaffairs Itaffairs tfaffalr3
affairs go as they are expected to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present officers with the exception of ofpossibly 01PO ofPosIb1y
possibly PO lbly three or four will hold thdr thdrpositions thdrpostlons thdrVost1on
positions for another year elU and the thenext thenext thenext
next meeting will be at Baltimore A AHtrong AIItroD Atrong
Htrong IItroD fight though is going to be bemade bemade bemade
made on the place of the next conven convention conentlon conventfon ¬
tion especially by Saratoga Springs Springsartfl Sprlngsand Sprlngaaria
and there th re are several candidates In the theJteld thelIid theliehj
Jteld who propose to make a nght for foroffices foronlces forOffices
offices In the grand lodge lodgeA lodgeA lodgeA
A strong faction is going to fight the theelate theelate I
elate that has been prepared by some someof nomeof i iot
of the delegates and there Is likely to tofcft tol tobe
fcft l a lively time over the election of ofofficers oto111cers ofolUcera
officers officersIt
It is reported that on Sunday last a anumber anumber a2umber
number of the delegates to the con convention convention conVentlon ¬
vention held a secret meeting at the theKhUtsford thQIn thelthUtsforcI
KhUtsford In tstord and prepared a slate which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they expect to run through with a arush arush aruah
rush and sweep away all opposition oppositionThis oppositionThis opposItionThis
This meeting was held very quietly and andwas anda andwa5
was a attended by those who are Raid Raidto ald aldto aldto
to be In favor of o holding the next nextmeeting nextme nextmeeting
meeting me ting at Baltimore and the reelec reelection reelectlon redeetion ¬
tion of most of all of the present of officers officers oflicers ¬
ficers licersThe
The Slate for Officers OfficersThe OfficersThe OfficersTha
The slate as It has been prepared Is Isfebout Isnbout is4tbot
febout as follows followsGrand tolJowsGrand followsGrand
Grand exalted ruler George P Cronk CronkOmaha CronkOmah CronkOmaha
Omaha Omah grand secretary George Rey Reynolds Reynolds Reynod ¬
nolds nod Saginaw Mich to be reelected reelectedisrand reelectedgr reelectedgnd
isrand gr na treasurer Ed Orris Meadevllle MeadevlllePa
Pa to be reelected grand lecturing lecturingknight lecturln lecturinglciiight j jJmlght
knight H A Coleman Milwaukee Milwaukeestfrand Milwaukeegand MUwaukeeirand
stfrand loyal knight J C Plcklns Den ¬
ver who Is now grand lecturInG lecturing1knight lecturInGknight lccturin lccturinkniEht
knight grand leading knight Mr MraSrock MrL9roek r rtarotk
aSrock Kentucky who is at present presentrfrrand presentlItrand presentgrand
grand loyal knight grand trustee J JD Jfl
1 D fl > OShea to be reelected Place of ofnext otnext ofnext
next meeting Baltimore BaltimoreThere BaltimoreThere BaltimoreThere
There is however a faction In the thefield thet1eld theieId
field whowant a new set of officers officersand officerJand officersand
and they propose It possible to carry carrytheir carri carrit
F their t elr plans This will probably lead to toa toIL tOa
a lively fight at the opening of the thesession thefiesIonr thesession
fiesIonr session and It is stated that it may re result re8ultin resizlt ¬
sult 8ultin in the defeat of the plans of the theRlatemakers theRl1temakers theslaternakers
Rlatemakers However there Is very verystrong ve17tltrong verystrong
strong backing behind those who made madetfie nuidetite madetie
tfie tie slate and it is expected that the theElate thelatc thesIatc
Elate will go through throughIt
It will m be contested however by byse byseeral byseyerai sev several ¬
eral independent candidates who are aremaking aremaltlng aremelting
making a strong fight for offices In the thelodge thelodge thelodge
lodge One of these Is Joe Hennlngsof HennlngsofAnderson Henn1n HennthgsciAnderson ot otAnderson
Anderson Ind who is out for theoJ1cfl the theojllce theoflicq
ojllce of grand lecturing knight He Henov Henow Heflaw
nov holds the position of grand tyler tylerSam tylerSam tylerSam
Sam Needs of Pennsylvania is another anotherof anotherot
of o the candidates who is making a aflght aght aiht
flght ght for an office He Is out for grand grandtreasurer grandtla grandtreaurer
treasurer tla urer and 1 18 said to have strong strongsupport strongsupport strongsUpport
support Others will probably an announce ann anmibunce ¬
nounce n UD e themselves before the conven convention conentton convention ¬
tion today todayMay todayMay todayNay
May Go Baltimore WayIt Way WayIt
It is almost conceded that Baltimore Baltimorewill BaItlmorewilt BaltimoreviIt
will be e the next meeting place of the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand lodge but the fight will bo bostrongly bofttongly beetrong1y
strongly contested d by byaara SaratogaSprlngs SaratogaSprlngsTJvi o1osprlngs o1osprlngsTh
TJvi Th 1 delegates from fr m that place pI ace are arehertPm1 arebrom arehe0YCI
hertPm1 hertPm1oYCe oYCe OlC ana un and they mean to get getthe getthe getthe
the convention cont > nUon If It is ii possible to do dosOo doSOo doso
sOo They The are doing lots of lobbying lobbyingaround lobbyingaround lobbyingaround
around the hotels and headquarters and andare andare andare
are said to have a large following followingAmong f01lowlngAmong foliowthgAmong
Among those th se who wo ho are especially ac active active active ¬
tive Is I Dr Church Chur h of Saratoga Springs SpringsIn
In discussing the situation last night nighthe nighthe nighthe
he sail There are some people like likethose liketbose likethose
those in favor of Baltimore who are areraising areraising areraising
raising the cry that Saratoga Springs SpringsIs
Is a summer resort and that hotel hotelrates hotelrates hotelrates
rates there would be exorbitant I Iwish IIsh Itish
wish Ish to tate that the members of the theiSaratogaIodge theSaratoga theSaratogalodge
iSaratogaIodge Saratoga lodge will see to It If itwe we win winthe wInthe winthe
the fight that our visiting brothers get getns getns getas
ns much for their money mone as they have havebeen l1avebeen havebeen
been able to get at any previous place placeof placepor
of meeting We e will also guarantee guaranteethai guaranteethal guaranteethaL
por thal all will 111 be well accommodated accommodatedRepresentatives accommodatednepre accommodatedItepresentatlves
Representatives nepre entatlves of the Baltimore BaltimoreElks BaltimoreElks BaltimoreElks
Elks are working for that place and andwith andwith
with the slate in their favor there Is Islittle Islittle I IlIttio
1 little question among tho thoce who are on onthe onthe onthe
the inside that the conveutlon one Uon will 111 go gothere gothere gothere
there without any trouble troubleBANDS troubleBANDS troubleBANDS
The prize band contest arranged for the thevisiting thevIslttnJ theLw
visiting bands bnn s will 111 commence this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
Lw noon at 330 bolock Qlock at HI rty park The Thecompeting TholmpeUnJ Thecompeting
competing lmpeUnJ bands will appear upon tho thopavilion thopa thepafllon
pavilion pa 1Ion there and seats have been ar arranged arrnnged arrnnged ¬
rnnged for those who desire them Tho Thoadmission Thondmlt ThOndmisson
ndmlt admission = son to the contests will fl be free freebut freebitt freebitt
bitt the scats will be charged for Tho Thofirst Thoi Thefirst
first preliminary l contest will he held d dIICllnil In Intho Inthe
h It dt
i the tal afternoon at the t hour r stated t d and the thosecond t theecinl
second preliminary will be in the evening eveningut
ut It i 7 70 TO The contest will be continued on onedneaday onfdne5dl1 onFight
edneaday edneadayFight fdne5dl1l
Fight l lttht bandit bani have entered t > ntr the contest contestand contestt contestaid
and t the music loving 10In public will be given givenan
an n 1 opportunity < to hear programmes of ofIMgbclass orllbclass ofblgbelaSS
IMgbclass music such as s Is II seldom their theirfortune theirfortune theirfortune
fortune to listen to The music mU > llc has been beenselected betne1t beenelected
selected e1t > tec1 from the best composers and an < It Iti itlOt itof
i lOt of the highest hhh t class ltu < All of tho ClKht ClKhtUinds elghtUI ght ghtlnds
Uinds that have entered the th contest < aro aroarpmirations arorgmll1Uons arergtnizatlons
UI arpmirations of wide reputation nnd tho thotask thoask theLsk
task of deciding the prize winner will willJn willpbtlf5lnot willdnbtIes3
dnbtIes3 Jn pbtlf5lnot btlesa not be easy easyThis cas casThis easyI
This task Uk has been placed plac d In the hands handsof han handsr s sr
of r thrc of the beet musicians that could couldIK couhc
I IK w c secured crcd 1rcd for the purpose The chief chiefidiudttotor chlefUIIJI1iC chiettdnlLcntor
idiudttotor UIIJI1iC ator IB Kills Brooks Br < oOks of the famous famousBrooks famousBrnlks famousBrOk5
Brooks band of Grand Rapid Mloh He Hewill lIei1l
will 111 be assisted u lsted by Anton Pederson and andProfessor andrlCIor andrefessor
Professor rlCIor J 1 J 1 McClellan of this thl city cityMr cft cftIr cityMr
Mr Ir Brooks arrived In the city elt yestcr yestcrJa resteriav C5ter C5teriln
iln Ja and spout some time Urn with Colonel Colonel3aro Colonelom tlolonetam
3aro om Park who has the contest In Inh Inhl inharge
h hl harge rpo learning the conditions of the con conc const
c st t and looking over the muele selected selectedor
or the > competitors Mr Ir Brooks IOOks is a aijaml aaud L Lnnd
ijaml nnd leader Itad r of national note and he says sayst sa s st
t ts a plcoaure for him to seo bands bandsrlvc bandarhe bandsrive
< rive for the mastery ma t T1 In the Interprota InterprotaIon
Ion and presentation of some high class
of music musicThe
The bonds that have tutored eIIt rej the con concst concst concat
cst arc the Colorado MidlanA band of ofolondo otolot1do ofoloado
olondo Springs Cowboy band of Ouray OurayUrtano Oura OuratJ1nl1ot1 Ourayitr1ars
Urtano Denver hAnd Third Artillery ArtilleryTand Artilleryand rtUleryY1nd
and ot fnllfernlH Bonds baud bfl of t Oma Omai Om a
i 1 Baton BostonMontana tontana band of Butte Butterwmtv Butter1lntMccond Butteiwent
rwmtv r1lntMccond second Regiment Rt > glment band of f Em Emoni EmOn1 BmorI
oni Kan KanPocatcllo K1nPocatello K KPocatello >
Pocatello Elks Start Today TodaySp TodayISpoctol Todayispeqlal
ISpoctol Sp Inl to The Herald HeraldPocatollo 1ro1ll1PoCatrllo flerldPoratello
Pocatollo Ida Aug H 11The The Poca Pocafllo Poca1I0
fllo 4 lIe herd ht > nl of Elks will leave for Salt Saltjikf SaltoJilkr Saltake
jikf < ity it tomorrow about forty forty4rbns fortytrbn fortytrbug
4rbns trbn They rhe expect to have not less lessS Jesshurl lessbar
S hurl ar < fifty members In line as some eomoen somocn someen
en o C 1 bucks wandered wand > roo off today so as asO aso
O be cm 1n n hand early Quite a number numbert
Lf t women omen will accompany the Poca Pocaello Pocaello Pocaeilo
ello contingent They The have chartered charteredspecial oharteredSPecial charteredspec
spec special lid Pullman for their use during duringLheir duringheir duringheir
Following In the wake of the vast vastlumber vasttumber ast astlUmbtr
lumber of visitors who are constantly constantlyirrlvlng lonstantlytTtvln constantlyLrri
irrlvlng Lrri tTtvln leg in the city Is an army of ofgraftersand otgrafters ofgrafters
graftersand grafters and plokpqcketa who wh have havechiovea haechIcvea haveC
chiovea C national nationalreputatIons reputations as clever cleverirtista cleverrUsts cleverrtists
rUsts in their llriesvof operations Un Unr
r various and unique unl e guises some s 11 e of ofhe othe ofhe
he boldest bodes and most m st desperate desp rate criml crimliContlnued crlmlContinued crimiLContlnued
Continued on Pace 7
A 4lIf 4lIfqJ qJ qJn
a Oiii AL
rTHF2 iHB ELKS of today trace their orl orlj orlgIn mlI
r I j gin to The Jolly Corks which whichearly whicharly whicharl3r
early In the 60s consisted largely largelyof
of professional people Charles Alger Algernon Algernon Algernon ¬
non Sidney Sldne Vivian was the parent of ofthe ofth
the th organization and about him gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered the nucleus of talent which by bythe bythe
the natural n iural laws of evolution devel developed dfeloped developed ¬
oped Into the imposing organization
When the delegation at the tnedepot thedepot
depot an escort of local Elks wi with withHelds tvlh tvlhHelds h hHelds i
Helds band was there to meet them themand themand themand
and they marched march d uptown despite des lte the theshower theshower thtshower
shower With ith their yellow oUow umbrellas umbrellasthe umbrell umbrelhtsthe s sthe
the Hansons presented a aneat neat appear appearance nppeatance appearance ¬
ance as s they the marched through the prin principal prh1clpal principal ¬
cipal streets str els to headquarters Tlie Tliebadges T Tbndges Ttebadges
badges of otthe the Kansans K sJns were exception exceptionally exceptlonaU exceptionally ¬
ally aU neat beiifp bcld large sunflowers sup suspended su supended suppended ¬
pended by b purple ribbons from an ear earof e earof r rot
of corn cornThe cornThe cornThe
The Twentysecond T en sccond Regiment RCJlmentbanrt RCJlmentbanrtwhlc11 band banawhich bandwhich
which accompanied the delegation ts tsconsidered tsconsidered s sconsidered
considered one of the best military militarybands militaJYbands militarybands
bands in Uncle Sams Sam army arm and the theKansas theKansas theKansas
Kansas delegation expects to see see it itwalk itwalk itwalk
walk off with the prize rlze In the musical musicalcontest musl niusltalcontest l lcontest
Wants to Be Shown ShownFollowing ShownF ShownFOllowing
Following F l10wlng close In the Wake of the theKansans t theKansans e eKansans
Kansans came the sho show me delega delegation delegatlon delegation ¬
tion from Kansas City CIt and Joplin Mo MoThere o oThere oThere
There were about fifty In this delegg deleggtion dele deletion delegi delegition
tion all 1l of whom wore big white badges badgeswith badgeswith badgeswith
with their names and Who are you youToull youYoull ou ouYoull
Youll have to show us printed on onthem onthem ontheni
them The Kansas City delegation was wasled wasled wasled
led by Charles Fitzgerald a a Kansas KansasvCity Kansaspity Kansaspit
pity pit representative of the Vanderbilt Vanderbfltllnesi Vanderbnt1ines Vanderbiltllnes
llnesi The Joplin crowd was headed headedT headedbj
T bj b > y 0 N Wiley the original uHellQ uHellQBm Hello HelloBIH HelfQBill
Bill of incwest ihee51and and one of the chat choracters chata chamacters
acters a ten T > hp would be pIckedput picked out in in ineiothI 1Jiarowd p parowd
arowd anywhere ap where The Th Missouri 1I sourl dele delegation d delegation t tga1 ¬
gation ga1 nis is here to be shown a good goodtime goodtime goodtime
time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Omaha delegation about ab ut 100 10
known today as a the Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks ElksThe ElksThe ElksThe
The history of the original thirteen thirteencharter thirteencharter thirteenchmuter
charter members is known to every everygood everygood everygood
good Elk Mr Vivian was a a ballad balladsinger ballllBInger balladsinger
singer and upon his arrival In New NewTork NewYork NewYork
York from England found shelter In Inan Inan Inan
an Elm street lodging house ouse Other Otheracrocs Otheractot3 Otheractota
acrocs and nd musicians mus iaI13 were attracted to
Continued from page 1 1arrivals 1rrlaIS 1arrivals
arrivals Denver D nve contributed about 150 150or 150of 1
of this number Pueblo about seventy seventyfive sevent seventfive seventyfive
five Ouray about fifty fift and Telluride Tellurideabout TeJ1urideabout Tellurideabout
about the th theaame same number numberThe numberThe numberThe
The puray lodge accompanied by the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous Cowboy band was the first to toarrive toarrive toarrive
arrive They landed at the Rio RloGrande RloGrandedepot Grande Grandedepot Grandedepot
depot shortly ifortl after noon and marched marchedup
up to headquarters accompanied by bythe bythe bythe
the band The latter is an Ouray or organization organization organization ¬
ganization and is one of which the thecitizens theclt1z thecitizens
citizens clt1z ns of that city are proud Their Theircostume Theircos Theircostumes
costume cos ume are of the genuine cowboy cowboys cowboyStzie I Istyle
s style Tle and the band is one of the most mostunique I Iunique I
unique of its kind in the country countryListen countryListen countryListen
Listen to Cowboy Band BandTheir EandTheir BandTheir
Their appearance on the street was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the signal for everybody to rubber urubbetand rubberand rubberand
and the crowd would ould not be satisfied satisfieduntil satisfieduntU satisfieduntil
until it had listened to a number of ofselections otselections ofeIections
selections The members of the organ organization organIzatIon organizatlon ¬
ization were all dressed in blue shirts shirtsbandanna shirtsb shirtsbandanna
bandanna b ndanha handkerchiefs cowboy hats hatsand hatsand hatsand
and genuine buckskin chaps So real realistic reatIstic realIstic ¬
istic were their costumes that when hen a abunch 11buneh abunch
bunch of genuine cowboys was seen seenwalking seenwalkIng seenwalking
walking up the street later lair they were weremistaken weremlstakcn weremistaken
mistaken for the musical organization organizationitself organizatione organizationitself
itself itselfThe itselfTe
The e drum majpr n r as a he E 0 appeared appearedyesterday appe appearedyeaterday red redye2lterdaYwasa
yesterday ye2lterdaYwasa was a character that ond ondmight ondqtight ondrplght
might expect to find depicted in talesf tales talespf
pf f > f early days in the west westIeJ He eis s six sixfeet sixfeet sixfeet
feet seven and onehalf inches tall and andwore andwore andwore
wore a broad smile yesterday for It Itwas itwas itwas
was his 44th birthday His baton was wasan wasan wasan
an old musket that th1 th might have ha e seen seenservice s seen seenservice en enservice
service in the days dasoC of buffala buffalohunting buffalohuntingon hunting huntingon
on the plains The big double B fiat flathorn fiathorn fiathorn
horn the deep notes of which can be beheard beheard beheard
heard afar off is the largest of its itskind itskInd itskind
kind in the world and the bass drum drumis drumis
is five feet in diameter and its It notes notesare not notesare s sare
are like the roll of thunder The band bandcomes bandcomes bandcomes
comes prepared to enter the contest contestand contestand contestanti
and they propose to show the other otherbands otherbands otherbands
bands something about music musicElks musicElks musicElks
Elks From Denver DenverThe DenverThe DeaverThe
The Denver delegation accompanied accompaniedby
by b the Pueblo and TellUFide contin contlngents contingents contingents
gents arrived later In the afternoon afternoonaccompanied afternoonaccompanIed afternoonaccompanied
accompanied by PIetro Satriannos Satriannosfamous Satrlannostamous Satriannosfamous
famous band The members mem rs of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization attired in their red and andblack andblack andblack
black uniforms marched from the de depot depot depot ¬
pot to headquarters followed by the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado delegations The band gave gavea
a short concert In front of headquar headquarters headqUarters headquartars ¬
ters then marched about the th principal principalstreets principalstreets rincipalstreets
streets playing a number numb r of popular popularselections pOpularselections pular pularselectIons
selections The organization is con considered considered considered ¬
sidered one of the finest in the west westand westand westand
and is known as the Denver City Park Parkband Parkband Parkband
band The band has for a long longtime longtimebcn time timebeen j jbeen
been a favorite fa otite one in Colorado C lorado and andthe andthc andthe
the members of the Denver delegation delegationare
are sure it will carry carr off o the honors In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the musical contest contestWith contestVith contestWith
With the Denver delegation de1egationcame came the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver lodge drill team which will willenter w111enter willenter
enter the drill contest The team Is in incharge Incharge Incharge
charge of Captain Ltesenger Lie enger and will willenter wIUenter willenter
enter the contest determined to win winFor winFor winFor
For nine months past the members of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the team have been drilling once a aweek aweel aweek
week and those who have seen them themdrill themdrill themdrill
drill say sa they are perfection During Duringthis Duringthis Duringthis
this time the team has been giving givingballs ghingballs givingballs
balls at frequent intervals and with withthereceipts withthe withthe
thereceipts the receipts they arc defraying defra tlnJ their theirexpenses th thIrexpenses ir irexpenses
expenses to this city cf The members mem ers of ofthe oftheyColorado oftheColorado
the theyColorado Colorado delegations ieleg Uons are all wear wearing wearIng ear earing
ing solid silver badges of a very epnent epnentdesign neat neatdesign neatdesign
design designFrom From the Sunflower State StateTo StateTo StateTo
To celebrate the arrival of the sons sonsof sonsof sonsof
of the th Sunflower state about the mid middle middleot middIe ¬
dIe dleot of the afternoon the clouds opened openedand openedand openedand
and a shower that would ould have h e madea madeaKansas malleaKanstul niadeaKansas
Kansas farmer tarmrrsmlle smile all over his face facefoil rac racfoll facefell
foil The delegate from the dry dr state statemust statemust statemust
must have expected something though thoughand thougand thoughand
and came prepare pr preriat4iI > pa with ith umbrellas umbrellasneatly umbrel1asI umbrellasneatly
neatly ntutl designed dpign l to represent r sunflow sunflowers ¬
ers The delegation was about 2 QO QOHtrong il0strung < 10 10strong
I strong and was accompanied by the theTwentysecond t theTwentysecond e eTwent
Twentysecond Twent Emporio second regiment band from fromEmporio fro1pEmporln fru fruEnworia
strong arrived about 4 oclock ocl ck yester yesterday yeterday e ter terdn ¬
dn day afternoon with Bonds nds celebrated celebratedNebraska celebratedN celebratedNtbraaka
Nebraska N braska band The Nebraskans Nebroskansformedinmarching6rder Nebraskansforrrt Nebraskansondtsmarch1ngorder
forrrt formedinmarching6rder dhl march1ng rder atthe depot depotandheaded depotand depotand
and andheaded bended by the ie band paraded araded to toheUdquaf tohe tohedquaters
heUdquaf he hedquaters dquaft ters rs where wh re the band bfLnd gave a ashort ashQrt ashQrt
short shQrt concert The Omaha herd Is a aJolly ajolly ajolly
Jolly bunch and they propose to see seeal seeal seeail
al ail that Is to be seen and have all the thefullthey theu theui
fullthey u ui tht they can canf 4
5 Picturesque Delegation DelegationPerhaps Delegationerhaps Delegationerbaps
Perhaps the most unique and pie picturesque pt ptturesque pietu ¬
turesque tu esque delegation that will be seen seenin seclIn seenIn
in the city during the convention is istheQuian 15th Isth
theQuian th QuI2n Sable club from New Mex Mexico MexIce ¬
Ice 1 o composed of members from lodges lodgeslip
lip New ew Mexico Arizona and El Paso PasoTex PasoTK PasoTen
Tex This is known as the Mexican Mexicanlodge Mexicanlodge Mexicanlodge
lodge and the members appear app ar in the thecostumes thecostumes thecostumes
costumes of the country They The are areabout areabout areabout
about 117 in number and claIm clain to have havethe havethe havethe
the finest uniforms ever seen at an anElks anElks anElks
Elks convention To begin with their theirsuits theirsuits theirsuits
suits are made of genuine elk skins skinsand skinsand skinsand
and cut in the Mexicano style Their Theirhats Theirhats Theirhats
hats ate the th ti9 handsome Mexican som sombreros sombreros amabreros ¬
breros decorated with fancy lace and andbraid andbraid andbraid
braid To complete the costume they theywill theywill theywill
will wear the regulation Mexican Mexlc l sash sashDuring sashDuring sashDuring
During the afternoon the Milwaukee MilwaukeePhoenix MUwaukeePho
Phoenix Pho nix Avis Grand Junction BuffA BuffAlo ButJtto
lo and Wyoming Vmin > delegations came ca1Tielni ca1TielniA in inA IaA
A delegation t1 l gaUo i from ti m Plttsburf Pltts Pittsbiix rg jl abouVlOO abouVlOOin bout1O0 bout1O0In ut10 ut10In
in number also arrived late in the aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon ernoonThe ernoonThe ernoonThe
The Baltimore delegation about abouteighty a abouteighty out outIghty
eighty In number came caine in h early earl last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening The members of this thl delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion borne with the determination to tocarry tocatT toary
carry catT the next convention to their city cityand cityand cityand
and they will m work tOward t ard that end endThey endThe endThey
They The have a number of opther ptner odges podgesworking odgesworking odgesworking
working for them and it Is their opin opinion oplrtion ¬
ion that it will be an easy matte n t e tQ tosecure tQsecure tqsecure
secure the prize prizeliast prizeLast prizeLast
Last night three special trains came cameIn CameIn cameInbearing
In Inbearing bearing the South Bend Bendlnd InS Grand GrandRapids GrandRapids GrandRapids
Rapids Muskegon Pefonkey Manestic ManesticSt IanestIcSt
St Joe and Detroit delegations num numbering numb numbering ¬
bering b rlng about 400 400HACK 400HACK 400HACK
Complaint was made to o the Elks Elksheadquarters Elksheadquarters Elksheadquarters
headquarters and to the police yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day that the hack drivers of the city citywere citywere citywere
were overcharging the visitors and de demanding demanding demandlng ¬
manding the most exorbitant sums sumsAccording sumsAccording sumsAccording
According to the complaint the hack hackmen hackmen hackmen
men took all the price cards prescribed prescribedby
by b law out of their rigs so the the visitors visitorscould visitorscould visitorscould
could not see what they the were required requiredtopay requiredto
topay to pa pay then demanded any price they theychose theyeh theythose
chose eh se for the use u > e of the hacks for long longor longor longor
or 11hort short trips One man claimed to tohaye tohaye tohaye
haye been charged 5 for riding only onlya
a few blocks and many times timesthe the law lawful la lafulprlce lawfui ¬
ful fulprlce price for hauling passengers passengers from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the depots to the city it Is claimed was wascharged wascharged wascharged
charged chargedWhen chargedYhen chargedWhen
When the complaint came to tc head headi headquarters headquarters
i quarters Chairman Homer of the ac accommodations sc sccO c ccommodations ¬
commodations cO lmodaUons committee went out to toInvestigate tornvesUgateth tofnvestlgatethe
Investigate fnvestlgatethe the matter and nd found that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the hackmen had torn the price lists listsOut listsput liststiut
Out of their hacks as was complained complainedflf
flf When this was discovered Mr Ho Homer Hoiner Homer ¬
mer went to Chief of Police Paul and andmade andmade andmade
made complaint to him asking that he hetake hetake hetake
take some action in the matter The TheJatter TheJatter Thelatter
Jatter It is asserted asst > rtedmadelIght made light of oCthe oCtheassertion the theassertion theassertion
assertion that such su < h things had been beendone beendone seendone
done by b the hack drivers He declared declaredthat de declaredthat lared laredthat
that he could not arrest them for forcharging forchargin forcharging
charging what they wanted to for the thejuse theUse theuse
juse Use of their rigs rigsi rigsMr rigsMr
i Mr Homer then informed InforJT1 himthat himthatIf him that thatthe
If the department did not do some somekgainst something something
thing hit hc himself would prefer charges chargesagainst chargeshgainst
against the drivers drh rs for violating the thelaw the1a thelaw
law 1a w In removing the price lists from fromtheirr fromtheir fromthem
their them hocks hocksWhen ha ks ksHen ksWhen
When Hen the chief saw > aw that the Elks Elksmeant Elksmeant Elksmeant
meant to take some action in 11 the he mat matter matter matter ¬
ter he said he would ould see to It itthat that the theprice theprice theprice
price lists were replaced and that that the thehackmen thehackmen thehackmen
hackmen were warned against a ainst over overcharging oer oerchargIng overcharging ¬
charging their passengers passengersi passengersCAUGHT passengersCAUGHT
Mayor Iaor Thompson n and the til the city cft coun council coun counell coundil ¬
ell wJH ill be in todaysrparadei todays patad Last JLastnight Lastnight Lastnikht
night the th councilmen accepted an aii In Invitation initatwn invitatipn ¬
vitation of Chairman Lear Leary > who has hasrriade intsmade hasmade
made a place for the city clt fathers fat ers at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the fourth f urth division dhisI n which whichIs hlch hlchIs
Is practically at t the headof the civicsection civic civicsection civicsection
section Chairman Leary has char chartered chartered ¬
tered the carryall known as a The City Cityof Cityo CityOfL
of o OfL Salt sa t Lake for f the occasion occasionAt ccaslonAt
At t he opening ceremonies in the thetabernacle t1etabernacle thetaberOacle
tabernacle this morning the t1e newsongv newsongvDear son sonDca
Dear Dca Promised Land composed by b
Letitia S Burton of Plattsmouth Neb Nebwill Nebw11l Nebwill
will be b sung by b Miss Edna Marshall Marshallby
by special request requestOne requestOne requestOne
One of the leading le d1n undertakers undertakers him himself hImselt himself ¬
self a member of the th B P 0 E dis displays dlsplays < lli lliplas ¬
plays a banner In Int front nt of his place of ofbusiness ofhuslness ofbusiness
business Welcome Elks ElksAt ElksAt ElkaAt
At the Ladies Literary club this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Mrs S C Park will have havecharge bavecharge havecharge
charge and the club house will be beopen bepento beopen
open pento to the visiting ladies from 4 till
6 oclock The hall has ha been decorated decoratedby
by b Huddart for the affair and music musicwill musicwill
will 111 be furnished fiIrn1sh d by b the Natchke or orchestra orchestra orebestta ¬
chestra Receiving with Mrs MrsPaik MrsPaikmbe MrswillbeMrs Park Parkrill
willbeMrs rill mbe > beMrs George Ge GeozgeL rge A Lowe LowerM Mrs W WS WS V VSMcCoThlck
SMcCoThlck S U CoihlcK Irs Robert Hafkhess HafkhessMrs H rkn rknIr rkness rknessMrs
Mrs Ir David Keith Mrs E EF F Holmes Holm s sJ sc
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the same place Sunday was drier drle1Jn drle1Jnthose in inthose Inthose
those days than New N ew Tork is today todayand tOdayan4 todayan4
an4 a Jolly party used to meet at the theElm theElm theElm
Elm street lodgings on Sunday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Upon one of these occasions occasionsMr occael occasiOnsMr ns nstIre
Mr tIre Vivian proposed the Idea of apr ajpjrmanent ap aprmanent r rmanent
manent society The idea found toundfaor toundfaorI favor favorand favorI
I and The Th Jolly JolJ Corks were organized organizedand
and developed later into Int The Elks
Mr Mrs W A Nelden etdei1 Mrs C E Allen AllenMrs AllenMrfJ AlienMrs
Mrs MrfJ J D DAdams Adams Mrs W M Ferry FerryMrs FerTyMrs FerryMrs
Mrs George L 1 Nye Miss Lowe and andassisting andassisting andassisting
assisting In the entertaining will be
Mrs Egbert Roberts Miss ThornevMIss ThornevMIssThomas Thorne ThorneMlss ThorneMlssThomas Miss MissThomas
Thomas and Miss Anna AdamsT AdamS A Amost Amost Amost
most cordial invitation is extended totM to tothe tOthe
the ladies from outside to call during duringthe duri dUringthe G Gthe
the hours named namedMcKeesport namedMcKeesport namedMcKeesport
McKeesport Pa lodge hung a a ban banner bapner baaner ¬
ner In the rotunda of the Knutsfoid Knutsfoidyesterday Knuts Knutafdrd Knutafdrdyesterday rd rdesterday
yesterday which is about the m most mostbeautiful moatbeautiful it itbeautlCul
beautiful thing of the kind ever dIf displayed dIfplayed diaplayed ¬
played here It is in purple silk sUkand sUkandgold and andgold andgold
Tomorrow afternoon at 630 at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas the garrison will turn out for fora
a dress parade an and the following aft afternoon aCternoon aftemnoon ¬
ernoon there wfll be an artillery drill drillat a drillat ll llat
at 530 oclock There will be a bandConcert band bandconcert landconcert
concert concert each evening during the week weekfroni weekfrom
fr from m 630 to to730 to730rhere 730 730There 730JrJ1e
JrJ1e There eWfl1 will be a jyrand rand ball at Saltalr SaltalrThursday S SaltairThusday 1talr 1talrThurl51fa
Thursday night at the close of thevot thevot4ng th thvotjag L vot votng
jag ng contest t = ot t st fortlfa for tlfq most popular Elk Elklodge E ElklOdge k klOdge
lodge in n the United UnitedStates States The mem membets JDeJDberS mernbezs
bets of the Second Regiment band of ofEmporia ofED1pOrIl ofEmPorla
Emporia Kanrliave Kan llave agreed to furnish furnishthe turrifsthemuslc furnishthe
the themuslc music withtneir V1t1 t their compliments complimentsEvery complln complimentsEverr eIts eItsEery
Every Elk Elkivhoinay wtib ho imay ay be b in the city is iscordially fscord iscordially
cordially cord lJy Inv4ted Inv invlteWflo tedtto < jto attend The ladies ladiesare ade adeare adiesare
are especially e eclaIlyaed asked ajced to be present presentThe presentJ presentThe presentThe
The probabilities are that thousands thousandsof thousandot
of visiting fsIUngEiksan Elks aiirf strangers wjl wjlmake flL flLmake l lmake
make thetrip the trIp td t Ogden and Tlntlcon TlntlconThursday Tlntlc o oThursday on onThursday
Thursday and Friday These The e are to toof t tof toof
of the excursions arranged by the th en entertainment e etertalnment entertainment ¬
tertainment committee for the th entei enteitainment enteitainD1en entitainment
tainment ofthe of the guests of Salt Sal Lake LaketUponthearrival LakeUpontherrjval ake aketUponth
tUponthearrival tUponth rdval in Ogden gden the Ogden OgdeniElks OS4ej1kstf O4JiElkswi11
iElks Elkswi11 kstf will iajj ja3tflowisjtera te Uiei visitors ttcrs in 1iibkndLy 1iibkndLytend fcandr fcandrtend hand handtend
tend tothenVthfeireedom tothentih treedom 06 o the t e felfy felfyand hif hifand JtY JtYand
and see e t to it Uat tl t they have h vo a a most moaten moatenjoyable en anjoyable enjoyable ¬
joyable day On Friday the visitors visitorswho vlslt visitOrswho ns nswho
who go to Tintlc will be accompanied accompaniedby a companledby
by the members of that lodge who will willbe wllbe willbe
be returning home homeA
A A free trip through the theYeUowst Yellowstone Yellowstonenational YellowstOnenational n nnattonal
national park That pleasure jl l asure IS In Instore Insto instoFe
store sto for or the th personselling persori se1l1ng the greatj great greatest greatest
est numberof number ot votesjjin votes In the contest to todecidethe tC tCdecide todecidethe
decidethe decide the most popular Ell Elks < s lodge1 lodge1The l lOdgdThe dgd dgdTh
The Th ticket is givehby giE 1bY the Oregon Short ShorjtLine Sho ShoLine
Line Railroad company It covers oe a aseven a aseven aseven
seven days trip ticket including rail railroad railroad raIlroad
road fare to and from the park and andtransportation an antransportation antransportation
transportation through natures won wonderland wondcrland wondedand ¬
derland derlandTwo dcrlandTwo dedandTwo
Two delegates from far faraw away nr gone ¬
lulu came with the Californians last lastnight lastnight Instnight
night The delegates are Past Exalted ExaltedRuler ExaltedRuler ExaltedRuler
Ruler Dr C B Hooper and C H aBI aBIhops BIr BIrhops Bj Bjhops
hops These men represent a lodge of ofabout o oabout ofabout
about 150 1 O members In Hawaii and they theystate theystate theystate
state that there is a bright outlook for fo fothe
the lodge In that country The organi organization organization organization ¬
zation is In a flourishing condition and andthey andthe andthey
they the are proud to be the representa representatives representatives representatives ¬
tives of the organization They brought broughtwith broughttitlJ broughtwitt
with them a a bunch of the most unique unlq e
badges that have h ebeen been seen in the city c1 c1They
They are made of paper manufactured manufacturedfrom manuCacturefrom manufacturedfrom < I
from the bark of Hawaiian trees and andrepresent andrepresent andrepresent
represent a native scene sceneWith sceneWith sceneWith
With the California contingent is Al Alexander Alexander ¬
exander P Murgotten one oneo of the most mostearnest mostearnest mostearnest i
earnest workers and jolly fellows of the theantlered th thantlered thantlered
antlered herd from the coast He is isfrom 18romSan i ifrom
from romSan San Jose where he publishes the theCalifornia theCalifornia theCalifornia
California Elk which Is probably the themost thcmost themost
most attractive of the many excellent excellentpublications exce1l excellentpublications < I1t I1tpubHcattons
publications issued in the interest of ofElk ofEik If IfElk
Elk lore Editor Murgottens grand grandlodge grandlodge grandlodge
lodge edition is a handsOme handl mc specimen specimenof
of the theprlnting printing art and the th matter in intype intrpe intype
type Is highclass In every v ry way wayOne Wj1 Wj1r Wj1One wayOne
One of the proudest Elks in the thcclt thccltIs city
Is A B Ware are a delegate from Santa SantaRosa SantaRosa SantaRosa
Rosa Cal C I and one of t the thernos most prom prominent promIn prominent ¬
inent In nt lawyers la crs Iri in the theSunetstate Sunsettstate The Theoccasion T11eoccasion TtQoccasion
occasion of Attorney Wares 7are proud pr Ud
feeling is a life membership card giyen givenhim giyenhim giyenhint
him by his lodge Not only onl does he hevalue hevalue
value the card on account of the pl pleas pleasant pl5aant af ¬
ant memories associated d with it but buton b buton t ton I
on account of its Intrinsic value alue It I Inot 11 11no1only inot
not no1only only of solid gold but engraved in inthe inthe j jthe
the center of it and studded with Ith dia diamonds di dimonds diimends ¬
monds is the emblem of of the antlered antleredtribe antleretItribe
tribe tribeThe tribeThe tribeThe
The famous Cottbn Pickers of ofGreenville otGreenvllte ofGreenville
Greenville Miss arrived early last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night thirty strong and paraded thestreets the thestreets thestreets
streets for an hour Yes stih S h saM saJdone satdoneo I Ione
one oneo of them with his soft southern southerndrawl southerndrawl
drawl we ah heah to see yoh city and andto andI andto
to mingle with IUi ouah brothahs Suh SunOh SuhOh SuhOhno
Oh Ohno no sun we ah not n t troubled in that thatregyahd thatregj thategyabd
I regyahd regj bd We brought considable lickah lickahalong lickahalgns lickahalgng
along with us sun sub
yPraptlcally Pra tlcal1Yall all the theand band tJaIlds In the city cityserenaded cityserenaded cityserenaded
serenaded George Cwr eP P Crdnk Cr nk the next nextgrand nextgrand nextgrand
grand exalted ruler at atth the Knutsford Knutsfordlast Knutstordlast
last night The T emu1ic music was a highly ap appreciated apvreciated apreciated ¬
preciated reciated and liberally lIberall applauded app ded by b a acrowd 3crowd acrowd
crowd that packed the lobby to the thepoint th thpoint thepoint
point of suffocation suffocationTREATIES BurtocationTREAIIES suffocationTBEAIEs
Santiago de ChHe Aug Au 11 11The The treaties tr tratiebetween t1 5
between betw n Chile and Argentina providing
for arbitration and the limitation of arm armaments arm armaments armaments ¬
aments were anoroved In tho Chilean Chileancongress Chi1enncongress Chileancongress
congress today by a a great majority The Theapproval Theapproval Theapproval
approval of the treaties treatlcshas has caused c used gen genera generat geaeral ¬
era erat Jatl satisfaction satisfactionCONGBESS satUfactionCONGRESS f tlon tlonCONGREss
Guayaquil Ecuador Ec ador Aur U 1IThe The
Ecuadorian Ecuador an n congress was installed it at
Quito Qultoycsterday yesterday at noon Aurello Noboa Noboawas NobOawiis ob a awJS
was named as president of the senate senateand senatend senateand
and nd Jose Julian Andra Andrado o was named as asI asp aspresIdent
I president p ldent pf the chamber cha ber of E1eputl E1eputlDark deputies deputiesA leputtesA
A Dark and auf Muddy MuddyComplexoa MuddyComplexoaDoes Ccmplexloa CcmpIexioDoes
I Does not become beconieaneat a neat woman Lanes LanesTea LanesT Lane LaneTea
Tea T a will cure ure constipation n clear cle r jjp jjpi upthe p pth
i the th skini skin sharpen 15hanenthe the appetite and andmake andmake
imake make you look and feel like a aevp aevpperson a aperson ui uiperson
person It acts gently gentl upon pon the stefa ste steach stss stsstach
tach a h liver liverand and bowels For sale saleGodbePitts Try y
1 GodbePitts Drug company
Many of the Visitors Have Dis Distinguished Distinguished Distinguisned ¬
tinguished Reputations ReputationsFACTORS sputa tions tionsFACTORSlN
A A MOXGlnfi IQ lliehet herds 5 ot Elks on the theA thestre
A 11 A streets stre ts yesterday was wasa a medium mediumsized rntdlurnsized ediu ediu5lzed
sized man man apparently about 45 45years 45rears 45years
years old whpse keen blue eyes looked lookedout lookedout lookedout
out from behind a pair of o steelrimmed steelrimmedspectacles steelrimmedspectacles
spectacles GP ctales and who apparently missed n nilssednothing Issed
nothing that was iva going on He was wasJames wasJames wasJames
James McParland and he Is 65 6 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old Instead Inst ad of 45 Mr Ir McParland Is Isgeneral isgeneral Isgeneral
general western superintendent of the thePInkerton thePInkerton thePinkerton
PInkerton detective agency with head headquarters headquarters headqUarters ¬
quarters at Denver DenverHe DenverIe DenverHe
He Ie is the t e man who broke up the thefamous thefam thefTqotls
famous fam q MoHy MoJ i Maguire gang around aroundTremont aroundTremont aroundTremont
Tremont Pa Mr McParland was not notinclined notInclined notin1ined
inclined to talk much about his ex expjoit expJott cxpjojt
pjoit but oldtimers will remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that he risked his life hourly for near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly four years front 1873 to 1877 before beforeIlls before11ls beforehis
Ills work was done Some ot the gang gangwere ga gangwere g gwere
were captured at atthe the mining town of ofAlta ofAUa ofAIta
Alta In this state stateI
I managed to hang twentythree of ofthe ott1te oftie
the Molly Maguires and to send forty fortyfour fortyfour fortyfour
four of them to the penitentiary penlt nt1 17 said saidMr saidMr saidMr
Mr McParland with about the same samedegree samedegrce samedegree
degree of modesty the average man manwould mantould manwoUld
would in telling about a out the purchase pur hasc of ofa oti ofaciga
a i aciga acigaThe cigar cigarThe cIgarThe
The veteran detective detecUvehaS has ha been em employed emp10yed employed ¬
ployed by bytlie the Plnkertons for forty fortyyears fortyfears fortyjears
years fears and during that t at time he has hashandled hashandled as ashandled
handled hundreds of Interesting cases casesHe cases casesHe easesHe
He is well wel1acQualnted acquainted with Dick Mo Moran Meran Io Ioran
ran uRocl Rockey < ey Cannon and Tommy TommyGohegan Tommyohegan TommyGohegan
Gohegan who are now In the Salt
Twofinely Two Finely Tailored TailoredSuits Tailoreduits TailoredSulis
Suits SuitsCan uits uitsCan
Can Be Had Had for the Price Priceof Priceof Priceof
of OneIf One OneIf OneIf
If marked S150O = you pay payonly payon1y payonly
only ST50 ST50If o 75OIf 50 50If
If marked arked S120O 12 12OOyOti OO you Jl pay payonly Jayonly y yonly
only onlyIf n i 600 600If 600If
If marked lOpOyou 100bf you pay payonly p y yonly y yonly
only is S QOO QOOIf OO OOIt 00IJ
It IJ marked ked GOO 9 O you pay payonly payonly ay ayoniy
only 45O 45OHats 50 50Hats
Hats HatsAll HatsAl1
All Al1 Straw Hats will ill be sold at atonehalf aton atoneliaIf
onehalf on 1 t price nce fce
Lake jail Mr 1 > 11 McPariand MOPirlaud P rland says they theyare theYare theyare
are about the cleverest hotel thieves thievesin thievesin
in the United Unlt d States StatesOf StatesOt StatesOr
Of the Pirikerthjnen Pi ke nmen wHo lio are here herelo herefo hereto
lo assist the th Salt Lake poll po1fte e Mr Mc McParland McParland McParland ¬
Parland speak In the highest terms termsThey termsThey termsThey
They are M J J T Conway and P Hum Humble Humble Humble ¬
ble and the Denver Denv Den9r r manager says saysthere sasthere saysthere
there are no better detectives in the thewest thewest thewest
west Another firstclass man Is com coming comIng coming ¬
ing with the Buffalo Bill show In the theperson thaperson th thperson
person of John Connors ConnorsMr Connors1lr ConnorsMr
Mr McParland McParl 1d Is here chiefly on onpleasure onpleasure onpleasure
pleasure bent although he says that if ifhe ifhe ifhe
he sees any of his criminal acquaint acquaintances acquaintances acquaintances ¬
ances he wont 1ontbe be beable able to resist the thetemptation thetemptation thetemptation
temptation to hand them over to the theauthorities theautborltles theauthorities
authorities He Is a a member of Den Denver Denr Denver ¬
ver r lodge lodgeNo No 17 end was 1a one of Salt SaltLakes SaltLakes SaltLakes
Lakes most m st earnest supporters at the theMilwaukee theMilwaukee theMilwaukee
Milwaukee convention conventionYoungest conentlonYoungest conventionYoungest
Youngest Member in Hixup HixupWith 3tixupWith MbupWith
With the t e Cleveland 0 delegation delegationof
of Elks which arrived in this city at atS atS atS
S oclock last night came Sam Needs Needswho Needsho Needswho
who ho has announced onnounc his candidacy for fori forthe forthe
i the grand treasurership of the lodge lodgeI lodgeMr lodgeMr
I Mr Needs Is a prominent business man manI manoC manof
I of Cleveland and well eU known in Elk Elkd Elkdom j
dom d m having for twelve years held the theoffice theoffice
office o ft Ice of district deputy depu In his district districtMr distrIctMr districtMr I
Mr Needs opponent in the race is isPresent isPresent isPresent
Present Grand Treasurer Edward S SOrris SOrris SOrris
Orris of Buffalo Mr lr Orris has held heldthe heldthe
the office for the past eight years ears and andis andis I
is one of the most widely WI dely known officers officersof officer
of the grand lodge Both sides are areputting ar arI areputting I
putting puttng up a a a hard hardf fight ght and the contest contestpromises contestpromises contestpromises
I promises to be a lively one oneC oneC I IC
C W Smith Smih of Conneaut 0 is here herebooming herebooming I Ibooming
booming Needs candidacy and 3d as Is Iscustomary fscustomary Iscustomary
customary In 11 c cises sea of this nature is issure issure issure
sure his man cie will wU win Mr Ir Smith Smih is ishimself IshimselC ishimself
himself a a prominent Elk Elk being the theyoungest te teyoungest theyoungest
youngest grand gand lodge member in the theUnited t tieUnited e eUnite
United Unite States StatesNot StatesNot StatesNot
Not Too Blind l d to 1ow Know uow rriends rriendsArthur Fends FendsArthur PrendsArthur
of the theElks theElk theElks
Arthur C Moreland Moleland publisher publsher
Elks Elk Antler of New York Is fa a delegate delegateMr
Mr Moreland lost his sight some sme years yearsago yearsago
ago through througt a a very peculiar pcular accident accidentHe accidentHe accidentHe
He was wa playing pla Ing oa on the bed with a pet petpup p ppup petpup
foot in Mr MrMorelands MrIorelands MrMorelands
pup and the beast bt put his
Morelands left eye e eyC causing blindness blindnessIn
In both eyes eye He can distinguish distngish distinguishday distinguishdaylight day daylight d y yUght ¬
light from dark dark and can tell tel the time timeof tme tmeof timeof
of day when the sun is shining more moreaccurately more moreI moreaccurately
accurately than most men Mr More Moreland Moreland Moreland
I land has a wonderfulmemory von rulemory He can cancall cn cncal cancall
call cal the th names nam s of men whom he has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not met inseveral inseveral years ea simply by j their theirvoices theirI theirvoices
I 1 voices olc s Mr MrIoreIand MrMoreland aroreland Is an old show sh w
Shoe Sense SensePeople SensePeople SensePeople
People can ca display dplay more mor common commonsense cmon cmonsene commonsense
sense sene or lack 1ak of i it in i l the te sort sr of ofshoes ofshoes ofshoes
shoes they wear wea than tan in almost almostany amost amostay almostany
any ay other oter part pa of their tei apparel apparelLots appael appaelLot apparelLots
Lots Lot cf sensible nbl people come cme to toour toou toour
our ou Shoe Department Depaent because becaue they theyappreciate tey teyapprecate theyappreciate
appreciate apprecate the ta fact that tat here they theycan tey teyca theycan
can ca buy just t what wht they tey want wantShoes want wantShoes
Shoes Shoe that tat fit t comfortably cmorb1y and andare ad ada andare
are a easy to t the feet fet Shoes made madeon mde mdeo madeon
on o sound s1 principle princple Shoes She that thatwill tht thatwill
will wwe wear as ael aswefl well as a they tey look and andyet andyet d dyet
yet cost cst ever so little lte Here e are arethe arete arethe
the te kinds kds of shoes sho they tey come comeafter comeater comeafter
after afterWomens ater aterWomens afterWomenBlack
Womens WomenBlack Womens Slack lac Oxfords OxfordsKid Oxords OxordsXd OxfordsKid
Kid Xd Skin SkThad SkinThin Thin and flexible flexiblesoles flexiblesoles exble exblesles
soles sles proper prpr V shapes shpe and ad weight weights weightsV 169 169Iffiens l69Xens 169Mins
Iffiens Tan Tan Shoes ShoesProper Shoe Shoepe ShoesProper
Proper pe In i weight w ght shape shpe and ad col color cl clr cclor ¬
or r Hound nodtoe toe toe1welted welted eltd soles
8239 8239Mens Q239Kens 8239kens
Kens Vid Vlc and a Xidskin Xdk IdSkiD Shoes ShoesBlackshapely shob shobBla ShosBlack
welted wled Blackshapely Black Bla soles sle sh shapely ly LaceShoes Lce Lace Sho Shoes with withwrelted wt withwelted 173
man ma He put In seasons season with wih Fore ForepaughTs
paughTs ghrs circus cicus Dockstaders Docktdes minstrels minstrelsEmersons minstrelsEmer minstrelsEmersons
Emersons Emer ns minstrels mintrls and the original originalconapany orignal orignalco originalcornntny
conapany co y of of Blue Jeans ean It I Ass as while whiledoing whUedoing whiledoing
doing the leading leading comedy part In the thekatterjjlay
katterjjlay r pIay that he met et with the acct accident acctd ned neddent ¬
dent d nt which whih j1y deprived deprve him of his sight sightA sightA sightA
A New Ne York Legislator LegislatorAmong Lglator LglatorAmong LegislatorAmong
Among the distinguish distngish guests gest to toar toarrIve ar arrive arrive ¬
rive yesterday was William Wiiam H Friday Fridaypast Frdar Frdarpat Fridaypast
past pat exalted exlte ruler of ot Brooklyn BrookbJ lodge lodgeNo lodgeN lodgeNo
N No 22 2 He was as an a assemblyman as em lyan of ofNew ofNew
New 1 w York state stte for three years prior priorto
to 1896 189 and he is i the legislator legllatlr who whowas whowa whowax
was wa Instrumental instrumentl in passing pasing the act actmaking actmkIng actmaking
making mkIng Greater rater New Ne York ork He was wasalso wasaiso wasalso
also prominently promInenty interested with the theJamestown theamestown theJamestown
Jamestown side S ide in t the he factional faCtonal con controversy controversy ¬
troversy which divorced divorcd the eastern easternand eater easternand
and a d western Elks Elk a few years year llr llrFriday 1Ir 1IrFrda MrFriday
Friday Frda has been one of the workers orker of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sixteenth Sixtenth assembly district distIct of ofBrooklyn otBroklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn and is most active actle In advo advocating adoc advoeating ¬
eating c tng the candidacy cndidac of George Geore Cronk Cronkfor Cronkr Cronkfor
for r the office ofce of grand gd exalted ruler rulerCarries rulerCaes rulerCarries
Carries Caes Brigham rgh Youngs Yougs Musket MusketProbably Muket tusketProbably
Probably Probbly few of those who wh wx viewed viewedthe viewedthe 1
the triumphant tumphant march down Main Mainstreet Mainstreet aln I Istrt
street strt yesterday afternoon afernoon of She te aeCow Cow Cowboy Cw Cwboy ¬ I Iboy
boy band b nd which headed the Ouray Ouraydelegation OUr Ouradelegation
delegation deegaton of Elks Elk were aware that thatthe tQatthe thatthe
the monster musket carried carIe by the thegiant thegIant thegiant
giant drum major had hd played playe a a prom prominent promntPart prominnt ¬
inent ntPart part In the establishment estblishment of the thecity theci thecity
city ci of Salt Lake Lke The musket muskt was at atone atone atone
one time the property propert of Brigham BrighamYoung BrighamYoung
Young and with this tis famous faous flint fnt lock lockfirearm lockfirearm
firearm fire the leader leerot of the Mormons as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted In protecting the lives Ih s of ot the theWomen theomen thewomen
Women omen and children chidren who formed formedpart a apart apart
part of the first frt emigrants emignts to Zion ZJonThe ZionThe ZionThe
The musket is now the te property of E EA EA
A A Omland of Ouray Colo Cob who states statesj sttes sttesthat statesthat
j that the relic relc has been the property propertyof prperty prpertyot
of numerous curiosity seekers since sInc it itwas itwas itwas
was secured from Brigham Young ToungJudge YoungJudg YoungJudge
Judge Judg Wllam William H H Powell Powel who whowas whowa whowas
was wa in charge chare of the Kansas Kansa City Ciy spe special special ¬
cial is one of the Unied United States judges judgesfor judgesfor judgesfor
for Kansas Kan and Is a near relative relatve of ofthe 01the ofthe
ton the famous ambassador abasdor Powell Powel Clay Clayton Ca Caton Clayton ¬
Dr D T Johnson Johnson of Fort Smith SmithArk Smih SmihArk SmithArk1
Ark Ark Ark1 came in on the Kansas Kansa special specialHe specIalHe specialHe
He is a a t famous old southern Elk and andhas andha andhas
has ha order aa as many friends frends as s anyboy anybody In the theorder te teorder theorder
New York York Aug Aug 11The 1L 1Te The New York Torkbonk Yorkbak Yorkbank
bonk bak building buidIng at the corner of Wall Wanand Walland Walland
and William 1Iam streets street was damaged damage by
fire to te the extent oC 5OOO
day Te The frt first f floor basement ely early to
prton portion of t the top tr floor bsment is ecp u and hr a a
the bank The T tire re started
ba tre in a law
yfrs yersfce yersoffice office on n Ih the third aarte floor floorother r a 4
other offices on n that floor fHral danf
tht nor were j
prE am
aged and the <
the top floor fr w Wa u K aImht al alA
bued burned out Te The bnk bank prton portion of r th
buidIng building dvmstalr downstairs an and th the afty
posit vaults aull wer were deluged with
delts wih Water WaterA at atA
A Flimsy Fis Charge ChargeChicago ChargeChicgo ChargeChicago
Chicago Chicgo Auff Au HPOHC HPOHCHunt lPlke
Hunt who wh has ha th the BarthoJin BarthoJincharge Brtholn Bartholircharge JPtr h
charge tonight made th the stat StatPmat
a fraternal tt statPmn shll shllzaUon Ha m
frdternt organization organizat is s
sbifldin vta
Iam 11am Brtoln Bartholln and baffling tt wi
btUng tho ffort
of the olIee Ue to fn f4n hiD hint Tb for
refuse refused t to rice = e the nm zam of Tt f th inll
zaUon ztlon and would wou not deecrib rJnl
wol nt derb th I h m meth th
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dune cung to the statement but hu wu WIj 1 J
make other othr charges than of the n =
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i Regarding Regring the row rwa on a apark raMn laI1rpark s si
i park car cr Sunday night niht in which hIh 1 Q
I young woman man was injured injre th ti n
ductor duetr and motorman w H siPrg siPrgand NPr Si1prRand >
and F D
Smith respectively
rnpthely mak makethe <
the following folowing statement statemnt and rvauMt rqu t is ispublication j
publication publicationOur
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Our car was earning eming in to r rah < a ah < h
Main street at 12 1 oclock Oclk Th Thert There r rmost > w wcrowd
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crowd of eight psngers passengers aharI
most of them drunk
drnk who had to tocautione o h hcautioned e
cautioned cautione by b the conductor cductr several trfl
times Ume to cease cee their thr noise noit hut who whopaid whopaid ho hopid
paid pid no attention tenton to his admonition admonitnn adm4nit adm4nitAs
As A we neared neare Fifth Fith East Et an and < 1 Thirl 1hirt
South streets two
strEt psSngerl on th
head hed end of the car cr wanted wante to g gt t off of oi
Somebody Someby rang the bell bl and someone someoneelse somnele smeneelse
else ele pulled puHe the cash Cah register regst several sral
times The conductor
cnducto told the th person nn
to quit qui but he kept on and during dUrng
the argument argment which followed foloM the th4 con 100 ¬ I
ductor was struck from fro behind bhind The TheI Te Temotonan T Tmotormnan
I motorman motonan came back bck into the cr car r to toassist toaist toassist
assist aist the conductor cnductor and a general generalmixup Ktnrl KtnrlmIxup Seneesimixup
mixup ensued ensue and when hi it was con concluded N eoncluded ¬
cluded a young woman had received r ivl a ascratch a ascratch
scratch SMtch on the forehead forehed It I is not tru truthat tr true
that she was ws knocked koke senseless sele it is isnot i inot isnot
not true te that tht the the controller cntroler was wa need needby u uby
by the motorman but on the contrary Cntr
he laid it down before he got gt into the thefight thefight thefight
fight It I may ma have been picked pcke up by bya bya bya
a passenger but neither neiher of the car carmen earmen < 8
men used it It I is not true that the thecar th thcr thecar
car cr was as beyond control contrfl and it is not nottrue nt nttrue nottrue
true that tat a a gun Sn was pulled pule
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The he e time tme has arrived arive when we wenay may y offer ofer oer the greatest geatest bargains bargas in the te commercial cmmera history hstorof liistoryof of the 118 state stateIn stte stteOUR stateI
In every ever department deparent we have hav marked markd our goods gds far below belowjthe the financial fncl water mark mak Why Wy can c we do this ths Because ecause the city ct is issmarming isfaig isswarming
swarming faig with th people and ad naturally naturly the tIe Big Ig Boston ostn Store Str is crowded coded from dawn daw till tll night nght We wish w h to t sell sel our goods gods to everybody everbody Wewsh Wewish We Wewish
wish wsh to t please pleae everybody everbdy and ad give them their tei moneys worth wor In I o other her words word we wish wih to be b busier buser than ta ever before beforeRead bfor bforeaAour beforei
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A Price Disturbance in Mens Summer Suits SuitsIf
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centdiscount cent they the tdsc have hve discount experienced eerenced from frm the te marked mrked values vues Our Ou crowded cow ed Clothing Cctng Department Depaent testifies testes that the thpeople people of Salt Sat Lake Le appreciate apprecte the rare rre treats treatsthey tet treatsthey
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your y selection eleconat at 110 110Ladies LI0ladies 1O 1Ol
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