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Out Out35 JJ He HeSays HeSaysD Says SaysDISCUSSES SaysifiSCUSSES
Arthur Brown has been telling the thepttOp1e thep ± h hpeople <
people p op1 la i Kalamasoo F1 aheut It Th Thlinhnnninm The TheL1IOO <
linhnnninm L1IOO 0 Telegraph Te printed in Inhome Mihome Mi 1daeme
home city in Michigan contains the tinfollowing thetollowlBc thefollowing
following in Its It issue J ue of Tuesday TuesdayJune TuesdayJune day dayJbae
June 1 1Former II IIrormer 1Former
Former Senator Arthur Brown 01 01Salt of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Lak City Utah arrived Thurs Thursday ThurdaT Thursday ¬
day night and registered rea1 at the Bur Bardick Burdicit Burdick
dick House Not much bent by th thtales the thetal thet1 <
tales t1 of domestic dome Uc woes which hare kept kepithe kepttaM kepttke
the wires running from the Mormon Mornaorcity MormoncitT Mormoncity
city hot during the past few months monthsWe
We fe was w IHttlng < about town greeting greetfnold greetiRgold
old comrades at the bar and others otherswith otherswltll otherswith
with a cheery smile and a vigorous vigoroushandshake vigorousand8hake vigoroushandshake
handshake The senator se perhaps a atrifle a aM1Ie atvifle
trifle grayer than when he last t visited visitedhere vl visitedhere tted tted1tere
here but still ti11 with the old fire in his hiseyes hisfJM hiseyes
eyes talked entertainingly of Mormon Mormonism Monnon16m MormonI
I ism and anddther other Utah things thingsHow thingsHow thingsRow
How is the wife senator ee atorr tra traasked was wasasked wasasked
asked askedNever askedNever askedNever
Never you mind about that he re replied replied reled ¬
plied led Everybody here who knows knowsBrown knowsBrown knowsBrown
Brown Is confident eonfl mt I will straighten straightenthat straighterthat
that matter out all right Just because becauseI
I attained a little prominence out oulthere outthere outthere
there the newspapers printed sensa sensational sensatfoia1 a aUonal ¬
tional stories orl about the whole affair afflaitwhich aJraIrwhlcb affairwhich
which had no foundation toun at1on in fact factBrown factBrown factflroWn
Brown will take care ca of himself all allrights anrtims allrfghL
rights be added addedSenator addedSenator addedSenator
Senator what do you think about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the forward march of Kalamazoo KsUamaaoowas Kalamazoowas Kalamasoowas
was was asked keI1I askedI sk
I I I1I was w s IINrt IMurt ut town tttte wornias rning rningI and andI
I was surprised ur rlsed and gratMed atIfled at th thwonderful the thewonderful theonderful
wonderful growth and prosperity 1 tO of olKalamasoo ofKalamasoo ofKalamazoo
Kalamasoo She is a hummer and 3 3am I Iam Iam
am proud ofher ofherAnd ofherAnd
10 And Salt Lake LakeGoing LakeGoing 1 1Going
Going ahead very fast now and Is a awonderful aondetful awondetaful
wonderful city When the Los Lo Angeles Angaleeline Angelesline AngeleslAne
line is completed we will go ahead by byleaps byleaPS byleaps
leaps and bounds boundsAnd boundsAnd boundsAnd
And Reed Smoot SmootAll SmootruAll SmootAU
uAll All newspaper I talk There Is no noprejudice no1treju norejuice
prejudice 1treju 1ce against him because U8e he is isMormon a a6ormou aMormon
Mormon Not one man ja ki a hundred JiundredoUt hundredput mndredqvt
put there pays any attention to it He Heis HeI Heis
is a plain ordinary sort of a chap who whowont whowont whowont
wont set the world on fire one way or orthe orthe orthe
the other otherNo otherNo otherNo
No I dont believe that there Is Ismuch 18much Ismuch
much polygamy practiced in Utah now nowOf noWOt nowof
Of course Con where a man had several severalwives 8Veralwives severalwives
wives before plural marriages were wereAbolished wereAbolished wereabolished
Abolished he still takes care of his fam families famIlies lamIlles ¬
ilies and visits them occasionally occasionallyIsnt occasionallyIsnt occasionallyIsnt
Isnt anything wrong In that is there thereThe thereuThe thereThe
The grand jury at Salt Lake is now nowinvestigating nowInvetlt1ratlng nowI
investigating charges of polygamy but butI
I I do not believe that they will make makemuch makemuch makemuch
much out of It ItIs It ItuItt ItI
uItt Is I there much divorce dlvorabuslness business In Inthe inthe Inthe
the Salt S t Lake LkeNo country countryNo countryUNo
UNo No Dont need any divorcee out outwest outwest outwest
west westMr west westMr westMr
Mr Brown smiled and disappeared disappearedthrough dlBappeeredthrough disappearedthrough
through the door of B E S Roos office officeThe oft1eehe odiceThe
The he former senator Is awaiting some sometelegrams somet sometelegrams
telegrams t > egrams and expects to return to toSalt toSalt toalt
Salt alt Lake Immediately He visited his hisson hisson hisson
son at Ann Arbor who Is UL ULELKS IllELKS litELKS
maborafea B1abora Affair Given at the Club dubBooms ClubRooms ClubRooms
Rooms last Night MightThe Nightlhe NightThe
The musicale tendered to the friends friendsand frieDCIsRnd frfendgand
and members of the local lodge of Elks Elksby Elialby Elksby
by the entertahunevt eft t committee of No Nost 85 85at 85a
at a t the club house e OB South State street streetlast streetlapt streetI
I last evening was one of the society events eventsof
of the thelelUMn season It was given Jdven in the lodge lodgeroom 10dprom lodgeroom
room on the second floor which was wasartistically was8otisUcally wasertistically
artistically decorated d for the occasion occasionAbout oceaslonAbout occasionAbout
About 450 people of the city availed them themselves themselyf themselves ¬
selves S of the opportunity afforded them themto themto themto
to partake of the hospitality of the T5ks T5ksAfter bAfter ks ksAfter
After the programme punch and light re refreshments re refreshments refreshments ¬
freshments were served The musicale musiealewas
was the first of a series of similar enter entertainments entertainments entertainments ¬
tainments which the club proposes to togive togIe togive
give during the summer The programme programmerendered programmerendere programmerendered
rendered was as follows followsOverture followsOverture followsOverture
Overture selected Mr John Berkhoel BerkhoelReading BerkboelItfa Berkhoeliteading
Reading Itfa selectedKnL selected Mrs John Reed ReedSoprano ReedSoprano ReedSoprano
Soprano solo a Because of Thee TheeClayton TheeC1yton TheeClayton
Clayton Johns Johnsb
b Bendemeers BendemeersAlfred Stream StreamAlfred Sfrea4Alfred
Alfred Scott Gatty GattyMiss GattyJOss GaftyMiss
Miss Edna Duncan DuncanBaritone DuDCaDBaritone DuncanBaritone
Baritone solo a The Minstrel MinstrelBoy MinstrelBoy MinstrelBoy
Boy Shelly Shellyb
b The Storm Fiend F Roeckel RoeckelMr HoeckelMr
Mr John Robinson RobinsonContralto RobtD8Ol1Contralto RobineonContralto
Contralto solo o1o a If Only You WereMIne WereMine Were WereMine
Mine Herbert Herbertb
b < b Lullaby Charles Dennee DenneeMiss DenneeJOss DenneeMiss
Miss Edna Dwyer DwyerA
A Few Minutes with the Baby BabyMr BabyKr BabyMr
Mr Sam C C Park ParkSoerano ParkSowano ParkI
I Soerano ourano solo uHe He Was a PrinceLyaas PrinceLyaasMrs Prince LoaD8 LoaD8Irs I4aflsMrs
Mrs A A XX D Kelvin MelvhiAccompanied KelvinAecompnled MelvinAccompnIed
Accompanied by Miss MI Wlshard WlshardViolin WIeharViolin harcL harcLViolin
Violin solo a uAdJeu Adieu Sttdds Sttddsb Su4ldab
b b Seherao Fantastique FantastiqueBaszini
Bassist BasziniMr BaszlDIIr BassistMr
Mr Claude J Nettleton NetUetonAccompanied NettletonAccomJlllUlled NettletonAccompanied
Accompanied by Miss Nettleton NettletonTenor NettletonTenor NettletonTenor
Tenor solo fa a The Song of the Nest NestDolores NestDcMores NestDolores
Dolores Doloresb
b 0 b An Irish Hash HushAlleta Song SoneAlicia SongNedham
Alicia A Needham NeedhamMr
Mr Adolph T Volver VolverSoprano VowerAccosapanJed VolverAccompanied
Accompanied by Mrs A T Volmer VolmerSoprano VolmerSoprano
Soprano solo < a > KIwrWalU Walts ArditI ArditIb Arditlb
b In In the theBaUroom theBaUroomMnLi Ballroom BallroomErik BallroomErik
Erik Myer Hebnund HebnundMrs HelmundMrs ImUBd ImUBd1tecltaUon
Mrs MnLi lAssie UI ThomasEdward ThomasEdwardRecitation ThOmS5EdWRecitation
Recitation The Minuet MinuetMiss KlnatJIOM MinuetMiss
Miss Margie Edwards EdwardsAccompanist EdwardsAcooJDODllltXr EdwardsAccomeanistMr
AcooJDODllltXr Accompanist Mr John Berkhoel BerkhoelSTEVENS BerkoeISTEVENS BerkheeiS BerkheeiSTEVENS
This s May Cause O use Little ChrSstoplier ChrSstoplierto Ohrl
to doeo at Salt Palace PalaceContrary PalaceContrarY PalaceContrary
Contrary to expectations ex Little uUttieCh1stopher LittleChristopher LittleCluistopher
Christopher will probably close at the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Palace theatre Saturday night t in instead In Instead Instead ¬
stead of running two weeks ma was ex expected eXpected etpected ¬
pected The cause of this accordIng to tothe tothe tothe
the statement of Manager J Myers Myersthat 1s 1sthat Isthat
that Slap Director F H H Stevens Stevensbeen bas basbeen hasbeen
been suddenly called east on business businessand bueiaeaand busInessand
and will have to leave the latter part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the week weekMr weekMr weekMr
Mr Stevens besides being director has hasan baaau hasSri
an important part and unless some one onecan onecan onecan
can be found who can take his place 09 09short 09hort ccthort
short notice the opera will have to be bestopped bestopped bestopped
stopped Mr Myers stated that if he hecould heCQuld becould
could get anyone to take Mr Stevens Stevenso Stevensvlace Stevensplace
place until his return the opera would wouldfCO
did not think tbJnkthia thinkthis thinkthis
fCO o ahead as usual but he
this would be 1OS possible He is making efforts efforts ef efforts ¬
forts to secure something Dc to put on theboards theboards the theboards
boards for next week but said last nighttba nightthat night nightthat
tba that t he bad nothing and did not knowwhat knowwhat know knowwhat
what he could get on such short DOticet DOticeREAL noticeRAL notice noticeRJBAT
John B Meikle to Paul Hammer Hammerjr
jr 2 2xt x19 rods northwest from the thesoutheast thetioutheast theeoutheaat
southeast corner of lot 4 4 block 27 27plat rrplat 27plat
plat D DE C5 C5O M MO
O E Cannon to Joseph W Mellen Mellenlots MeUenlots Mdflenlots
lots 14 and 15 block 4 4 plat J IJohn 1 1John 9M 9MJohn
John W B Young to Clarence M MCannon XCannon Mannon
Cannon annon lots 40 and an 41 41 block blockoorest blockForest fc fcForest
Forest Dale DaleZions DaleZions 4W 4WZions
Zions Savings Bank It Trust com company cornpany tI tIpany
pany to John W V B Young lots lotsand lotsand 39 39and
and 31 block 14 and lots 40 and 41 41block 41block 41block
block 5 Forest Dale two deeds deedsJ ee
J S S Cameron to Martha A Hart Hartman Hartman Hartman
man lots 30 and a n block 3 Bel Belmont Belmont Eelmont
mont montJames montJames IiiG IiiGJames
James Rogers rs to William W Rogers Rogers3x7 Rogers3x7 Rogers3x7
3x7 rods toutheast from the north northwest northwnt northwest ¬
west corner of lot 2 block 48 48platD 4811t 481int
platD platDHoward 11t Do Dhoward 15it 15itHoward
Howard C Dudley to Sadie B Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett 572 acres in the northeast northeastquarter northeastIuarter northeastquarter
quarter of < t section 28 28 township 1 1south 1south 1south
south range 1 east 1MO 1MOKd 1 1rd 1110Ed
Kd Sherar < to M A Dye part of lot lOtblock
7 block 21 1 plat A 10 10Ann 10Ann 10Ann
Ann B Davis to William lUam H Ban Bancroft Bancrofi Bancroft ¬
croft 1 > rods rod by 31 i feet northeast northeastfrom northeastrom northeastfrom
from rom 5 roUs rO 5 east ea < t of n the southwest southwestcorner southwestorner southwestcorner
corner of lot L I bloCk 101 plat A ARudolph 1M 1MR uSRudolph
Rudolph R Probe to Hyram S Scofield Scofieldnorthwest ScOfleIdnorthwest
northwest g Quarter e of the southeast southeastttourtet southeastjttet = i iof
ttourtet jttet of of section 21 township 3 3south 3south 3SoUth
south range ra 1 lcut east j jPhilip 1Philip iFhi2p
Philip G afford to Elizabeth A ADart ADart AJart
Dart lot Ii block V uMivJsion ub ivlsIQn of ofblocks ofMock ofblock
blocks Mock S ptast pl plhniE P v vMil t tli1li
Mil li1li nir Cafloway tlloway to P T Lemon Lemonlots Ltmnnlots n niots
lots 1 1 46 4ti 4t U 4 and a 4S blotk LrJ li 5 Miles MilesH Mileaaa MilesIL
aa H IL addition 800
Mrs Joseph A A Brown Passes PassesAway PassesAway PassesAway
Away at Hospital HospitalHER Ho HospitalHER pital pitalt pitalHER
ALT UT IiAKE TA7TR TAIN HJ 1872 1873The j ji 1 1t
i t 0 0The a aTJte
The rertaJn > of Mrs Krs JoSePh Joseph A ABrown A ABrOWn ABrown
Brown BrOWn of Metrose MekoR Mont M nt WHOdied 1fIIo Ite4 at atthe atthe atthe
the Holy Cross hospital in this city cityWednesday citYW cityWedneedey
Wednesday W evening were shipped to toButt toButte toButte
Butt Butte last night night The funeral will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the Catholic church in Butte ButteSaturday ButteSaturday ButteSaturday
Saturday and interment will take place placethere placethere placethere
there thereMrs thereMrs thereMrs
Mrs Brown was the mother of Mrs MrsPrank MrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Hagenbarth of this city and andwas andwas andwas
was one of the pioneer residents re of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the west She had been sick for some
Mrs Joseph A Brown Browntime Browntime Erowutime
time past and a few days ago came cameto cameto cameto
to this city and enteredthe entered the hospital hospitalin
in hopes of improving Her condition conditiongrew conditiongrew conditiongrew
grew worse and Wednesday night she shepassed shepassed shepassed
passed away a victim to stomach stomachtroubles stomachtroubles stomachtroubles
troubles troublesMrs troublesMrs troublesMrs
Mrs Brown was born in Pittsbur
Dec XL L 1S3S In 1872 1S7 she was marrl marrlto married marriedto
to General Joseph A Brown Tn Tnhoneymoon The Thehoneymoon Thehoneymoon
honeymoon was spent In Salt lt lAke Lakand lAkeand Lakeand
and the couple then moved to Mon Montana lontana Montana
tana settling at Browns station ne neMelroee near DerKelro nearMelrose
Melrose e In the early days aY5 when th thwas there therewas therewas
was no railroad between Salt Lake Lakand Lakeand Lakeand
and Helena General Brown and Count CounCreighton CountCreighton CountCreighton
Creighton of Omaha owned the toll tolbridge tollbridge tollbridge
bridge at Browns station It was wasover wasover as asover
over this bridge that Brigham Young Youngin Youngin
in 1864 hauled from Utah a wagon wagoitrainload wagontraln1 wagontraini
trainload traini ad ad of flour to Helena when hi hithe Inthe hithe
the latter place flour was selling at at1it at31I
31I 154 per hundred pounds owing to a afamine afamlBe afamine
famine famineMrs famlBeMrs famineMrs
Mrs Brown is well known through throughout throu throughout h hout ¬
out Montana and In Utah and her herdeath herdeath herdeath
death will be mourned by maay 10 13 < She Sheleaves Sheleave8 Sheleaves
leaves to survive her he General Brown Brownher Brownher Brownher
her husband a daughter May Mrs MrsFrank MrsPrank MrsFrank
Frank Hagenbarth of Salt Lake Miss MissFrances KIMFrances MissFrances
Frances Brown and a son Joseph A AJr AJr AJr
Jr Another son Frank who was for forseveral torseveral for3veral
several years a student at AH Hallows Hallowscollege Hallowc HalIowcollege
college c l1ep in this city and won prom promnence proninence promi prominence ¬
nence by his prowess in oratory was waskilled waskllied waskilled
killed in Butte two years ago by bytouching bytouching bytouchIng
touching a live wire wlr at one of the themines themines themines
mines The body of the mothe will willbe willbe willbe
be laid beside that of her son sonMANY sonMANY sonS sonMANY
List of Teachers T chers Who Have Been BeenGranted BeenGranted BeenGranted
Granted Certificates CertificatesThe
The board of examiners of the board of ofeducation ofeducation
education yesterday announced the re result result resuit ¬
sult of the teachers examination held heldearlier heldearlier heldearlier
earlier in the month for different grades gradesof
of certificates The report shows that thatfjftvtwo thatttftvtwo thatfiftytwo
fjftvtwo teachers took the examination examinationNine examinationNine examinationNine
Nine wanted High school certificates certificatesthirty certificatesthirty certificatesthirty
thirty wanted primary and thirteen gram grammar grammar m mmar ¬
mar grade certificates Certificates Certificateswer Certifteswere
were granted as follows all entitled to torenewal torenewal
renewal Primary grade M grammar grammarHigh
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10 High school V 8 total t ft Certificates Certificatesnot = c cnot
not entitled to renewal were granted as asfollows asfollows asfoUows
follows Primary grade 4 grammar rammar 1 1total 1total
total S Applicants taking partial rtIal ex examination exammation enamination ¬
amination were as follows Primary PrimaryKrade PrimaryJade Primarygrade
Jade 14 grammar mar 7 High school 9 9total 1total
total 3a Certificates catea were withheld as asfollows asfollows
follows Primary 11 grammar 4 High Highschool Highscbool HIghschool
school 2 total 17 17The 17The I
The following certificates were issued issuedby Issuedby issuedby
by the board boardPrimary boardPrimaryLena
Primary PrimaryLena Lena C Pratt Helen M MiBoys MBoys j
Amy Bowman Kate Gatrell Mrs MrsT MrsT
T W Bites BU Mrs Minnie K Munn Mrs MrsB MrsB I IE
B F Daft Mrs Francis J Ames Maud MaudB
B Clark Eva Ey Lloyd Mrs Emma Bled Bledson
oe Barbara HofCer Louise H Harrl Harrl1IO Harrieon
son 1IO Mrs XrsLulu Lulu D Shepard Mary E EBerkley EBerk1ev BBerkley
Berkley renewable certificates Mrs MrsLottoe MrsLottoe MrsLottue
Lottoe D Bell Mrs Marjorie Whitely WhltelyXabel WhitelyKabel WhitelyMabel
Xabel Cartwright and Ruby Knowlton Knowltonnot Knowltonnot
not renewable certificates certificatesGrammar certificateaGrammarHelen certificatesGrammarHelen
Grammar GrammarHelen Helen Anderson Allen AllenD AllenAgnes Uen UenAgne
Agnes L Nolan Nina Knudsen Clinton Clintone
D Wblpple e Mrs Retta tta H Casady CasadyElisabeth J JKatharine
Katharine cautf1e1d fI Alice S ovllle ovllleEItsbeth hl hlElIzabeth
Elisabeth McMillen Etta Powers re renewable re renewable vunewabic ¬
newable certificates Anna C C Price not notrenewable notrenewable notregiewabls
renewable renewableHich renewableHlah regiewablsHigh
High School SchoolMary Mary Dysart J O Cross CrosswTw CrossW s sw
wTw w W Barton May U 1J Critchlow Charles CharlesH
H Miles W A McKay MCKali and T S Pander Pandergrass Pendergrass er ergraa
grass renewable certificates certificatesIN certI certificatesIN ca caIN
Former Salt IJaker ker Said to Have Left LeftCreditors LeftCreditors LeftCreditors
Creditors CreditorsWord CreditorsWord CreditorsWord
Word has been received from Butte ButteMont Buttelont ButteMont
Mont to the effect that Charles Chati Brown Brownwho Brownwho Brownwho
who is supposed to have come from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake has suddenly disappeared from the
Mon Montana city leaving a number of cred creditors ¬
itors mounting his disappearance cli Ac Accordla AccordiBC Accordia
cordla cordiBC to the account received from fromthere fromthere fromthere
there Brown settled settI In Butte about two twomonths twomontbs twomonths
months ago He opened up a general generalnotion = eneralnotton enerainotion
notion store and according to all re reports re reOrta vuports ¬
ports did a big business ormring goods goodsfrom goodSfrom goodsfrom
from various houses over the t th country
He had some money in the bank and andeveryone aadeveryone andeveryone
everyone thought he was all right Sud Sudanxtoos Suddenly Suddenly
denly when some of his creditors got gotanxJCMIB gotanxIo
anxtoos anxIo and served l attachment papers paperson papersonbIB
onbIB on his larga lerg stock they found him miss missing mi8Ing missing ¬
ing The report r states that he is wanted wantedIn
In Salt Lake on a charge of forgery but butthe butthe butthe
the officers here know nothing of the thematter thematter thematter
matter they state statePAY statePAY stateS
The police station took on a rather gay gayappearance gayappearanee gayappearance
appearance last night Beginning short shortly shortly shortly ¬
ly after midnight carriages carrIa rolled up to tothe tothe tothe
the door of the old city ball loaded with withgaudily WithgaudUy withgaudfly
gaudily dressed women woen Yesterday Yet was wasfine wanfin
fine fin day ad and every eve woman W of the thelower thelwer thelower
lwer lower world worl of this thi city cty was w arrested a and andbrought andbrought
bt brought in They Th were we released rl later laterupon Jaterupn laterupon
upon furnishing tulng the t necessary n bail bl for fortheir forthr fortheir
their thr appearance ar at police pl court crt this thisafternoon tht thisafternoon
afternoon ateon The Th women wome were wee served e with withwarrants wth wthwat withwarrants
warrants wat and were compelled ele to aecora aecoraoanv a aecomeasy
easy thfc t th a ots officers to t the test station and de deposit dcposit ¬
sioner DY eisnerBicycle psit posit sionerBicycle their te bonds bl with wth the t bail bi commis commissioner eommi commiseisner a ¬
8 S
Bicycle Bicyce races r S Salt St Palace paac tonight tonightWinners tnight tnighte tonightS tonightWinners
Winners of o the te prizes prize at CaMer3 CaMer3park Ces Cespark Calderspark
park prize day will wJ please ple call on o J JBergerman JBrern SBergernian
Bergerman Brern S2S South Sth Main for fo their theirprizes tir tirprz theirprizes
prizes prz The same m will wl be e delivered d vere free freeof fr freeof
of charge ce There The are a six s si prises prlsl prlslp riausllO riausllOpieces 10 j jpieces
pieces in each eeh set setNo at atNo setNo
p No 7957 717 wins wi first frst prize priseNo prz prizeNo
No 3293 S wins win second snd prize prizeNo prze przeNo prizeNo
No 7451 751 wins wns third prize prizeNo prz prizeNo <
No 8078 11 wins fourth prize prizeNo prizeNo9 prizeNo
No9 No afT9 9 wine wlDfU fifth prize prizeNo pri prizeNo
No 5fi 4 wins sixth sth prize prizeBicycle prizeBicycle
1 I
Bicycle races rs Salt Sat Palace Paace tonight tnight
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IearkiI ark n e Unto L1n WicJced WicJcedStranger e I
Stranger StrangerPlays Stage StagePlay
Plays Play Havoc Havc Havctbis Eavocthis HavocAmong
this s Catnbs Cafe alt Stock SthkBrokers Among Brokers Joining JoiningStock g 1
jPHE THE Scalpers sea pers Scalped or the thej
THE j 1 Brokenhearted rkehet Brokers Br rs is isthe Isthe isthe I
the title t te of a a farce comedy comedyPlayed cmedy cmedypy comedyplayed
Played py yesterday yeterday on the mining stock stockexchange stok stokeX stockexoMnga
exchange eX ng Innocent nnoCnt lam lambs were shorn shornbut shornb shornbut
but b ut In this hIs case c se the professional proCfslona shear shearers shearera
ser sereI
ers eI were ee the te ones 01e ivht whA v1 yielded lelded the thewool te tewoJ thewool
wool woJ woJA woolAl v vAfl
Afl A Al of the th lambs Jambs laugHed J gled sheepishly sheepishlywh sheepishlywhe sheepishlywhop
wh whe whop p the te secret set was wa WA ouliand o tand concluded concludedtogay concludedto I
togay to y as a U Itle tle aS5 ppjglble lble about abut it itall Italoxcept itall
1lte pl
all aloxcept except Joseph JosepJ ObeSrndorfer O edorfer Now Nowhewill Nowh Nowhe
hewill h he Wl wifl play psy a leadingjrole J ailnSole this after afternoon ater aterDon afternoon ¬
noon Don in another anOter act of the comedy comedywhich cmedy comedywhkh
which whih will wi be enacted eacted in the police policecourt poHe polleecourt f
court courtHe courtHe
c He R win w be beth the complaining mpJ inirg witness witnessagainst wtues wtuesalnt wttiessagainst I
against alnt one A H H Isaacs Isc shearer ex extraordinary e extraordinary ¬ I
traordinary trrdlnar to the stock exchange echange He Hewill Hewill J Jw1
will w1 explain how the said sad Isaacs Isac did didon di didon
on or about the 25th 2t day of June June 1903 1903in 190 1903In
in a public place p ce towit the Salt Sat Lake LakeMining LakeMining
Mining MnDg Stock exchange exchang by various variousrepresentations Ykma Ykmarerenttons yaiousrepresentations
representations rerenttons rapidly rp1dly rehearsed rehearsedcause r rehearsedcause he hecuse
cause cuse persuade peuaqe and induce the he said saidJoseph saidJoseph i
Joseph Joph Oberndorfer Oberdorfer to purchase buy buyand buyand
and acquire aquire certain c rtain handkerchiefs handkerchiefsgiving handl handkerchiefsgiving ercMer I
giving gvng therefor the sum um of one dollar dollarJl dolar I Igod
Jl 1 good god and lawful money of the theUnited theUnited I
United Unied States Stte and ad the te said sd Joseph JosephOberndorf JosephOberndorfdr
Oberndorf Obrndor r did purchase Jurchae buyand buyandacquire buy bu and andacquire 1
acquire acuire the t1esad said handkerchiefs hadk iers with withthe wih withthe i
the expectation expction and confident co fQeJt belief beliefthat belef beliefthat I
that he was wa gaining thelarger the latger larger better betterand beter betterand I Iand
and more desirable desirble end ed t of > f the te bargain bargainwhereas bgan bganwheras bargainwhereas
whereas wheras in truth tt the said sid Oberndorfer ObrndorCer Oberndorerhas t I Ihas
has learned leaed and states sttes on information informationand informtn 1
and belief bele that tat he had the shorter shorterworse shorterworse shorterworse
worse and ad less desirable delr be end and that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the saw Isaacs Isac refused to refund or orrepay orrepay
repay repy the te 51 1 and the said sid Oberndorfer Oberndorferwas j jwas
was promptly prmptly bailed out by a large largenumber largenumber 1 1nubr
number nubr of persons all al of which whiehcont to tocontrary hicontrary
contrary cont to t the th peace p ac of mind andj andjdignity an andjdignity i idignty
dignity dignty of f the tb t said ai Oberndorfer Oern orfer and andthe andthe
the thf statute stut in such su h case cse made arifl ariflprovided azMprovided
provided providedJn providedI1
Jn I Den of ofBulls Bulls uls and d Bears Bearsnoon Bear BearsIt
It W wa alou o il thh f n1dde 1 dht ot fn the after afternoon < te
noon yesterday yester < ayA A cheery young yout Bum Bumentered mten mtenentered niusentered
entered the office ofce of H B Cole direct directly diret diretly directly ¬
ly in front of the stock exchange exchage and andsold ad andsoki I Isol
sold sol him hiI some sme handkerchiefs handkerchiefsWhen handkeclefs handkerdhlefsWhen I
When Wen can cn I get in Inthere there he asked askednodding ake askednodding
nodding noding In the direttion of the ex exchange enchange ¬
change chge whence came cmp the sounds sunds of ofHarry ofHar otHarry
Harry Har Josephs mingled with wih the mur murmur mur murmur murinur ¬
mur of other oter voices The afternoon afternoonopen attrnon attrnonon afternoonopen
board session was In
open on progress progressRight proge progressRight
Right t now was wa the eply ep Into Intothe In Intothe
the laundry of stock sock sales s tles les walked the thenewcomer thenwC thene5dtiu
newcomer nwC er r with wih his handkerchiefs handkerchiefsI bandkerchief
I used use to do business on Wail Wllstreet Wailntreet 1 1seet
street seet he remarked en ke over his shtfUider shtfUiderto sh tt
to Mr Cole ColeGentlemen ColeGentemen ColeGentlemen
Gentlemen Gentemen he began opening his hisgrip hisgp hisgrip
grip gp UI I sell sl handkerchiefs I have havehere havehere
here eight fine linen handkerchiefs hadkerchiefs
BANK BA K CLEARINGS CLEARINGSYesterdR Yesterdays s bank bankclearings bk bkceln bankclearings
clearings celn s were 394748 8 For the same Sme day dayone d dayone
one oe year yer ago they were 551D4S1 551D4S1TABERNACLE S 3811451TABERNACLE D4
TABERNACLE TAERNACLE RECITAL RECIATlee RECITALThere There will willbe wn wnb wiltbe
be b an organ recital retl by Professor ProCessr J JMClelan J JMcClellan SMcClellan
MClelan McClellan orgn at the tabernacle tbernacle at 5M 5ocloCk 5ocloCktt 5lCoclockthis cIock cIockthis
this tt afternoon afternoonCAKE aferoon aferoonCAM afternoonCAME
CAKE CAM TO LAGOON LAGOONTheBrigbam LAGOONTheBrigbamCity LAGOONThe The Brigham BrighamCity BrighamCity
City fire department deprtment accompanied accompnie by b the theBrigham theBrl theBrigham
Brigham Brl m City Ciy band bnd and a large number numberof numbr numbrof
of Boy B Bo Eler Elder county people peple spent yester yesterday yesterday eter eterdy ¬
day dy at Lagoon LagoonNQ Ln LnNQ LagoonNO
There will wil be no services serices In the Jewish Jewishtemple JJvlsh JJvlshtempe Jwishtemple
temple tempe this tis evening on account of the theillness th th1nofDt theillness
illness 1nofDt of Dr Reynolds Services will wi be bedlscoatinued b bediscontinued
discontinued daUnuM duftjng dU ng July and an anugeL anugeLON3fItS August Augustwas ug
ON ON3fItS ON3fItSof d OP > IALL n
ot sil srs1Ipox x was ws sesteJ4rteg te zl t tthe to1 to1the
the city board r of Js I njealue health l Th wttlent Uet tient be being being ¬
ing Rose R c PMiiips UPs the te Yeaif eauo1U la Iad daughter daughterof Ughter Ughterot
of Henry Her Phillips lp woo1 wild 1 at resides at 10S3 10S3Clydesdale 1 1031Clydesdale
Clydesdale Clydale avenue avenueDIED avenueDIED avenueDIED f
DIED IN CAWFQR CAF CALTFORNIAWord IA Word rd has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been b received riye in this tis city cty of tk the death deathin deuthIn
in Los L Angeles Agee June 31 of Mrs rs R R F FHard 1 FHard I
Hard Ha mother of Mrs drs rs M P Gilbert Gbrt of ofthis oft otthis
this t is city cty A telegram legrm ftnnounqfng annu g the ther therw theviews
rw views r tarc was 00 reeved received < w lTo wr by Charles > h < nl < < < Ttov Ttovfrom D Dfr Dr Drfrom
from fr M P Gilbert Gihet GihetFENDER GilbertFENDER j jFENDER
FENDER SAVED S VSD HIM HIA HIMA A car cr fender fendersaved fendersve fendersaved
saved sve Hugh Buckley B kley a resident resde1 of WeeI We Wee WestJordan
I Jordan on Hug from serious injury Injur and an possible possibleI possibledesth be bedeth
I death deth Wednesday Wenedy evening evolng Buckley Buckl wa waridtnr iva4 iva4riding var
riding r his hi wheelon w wheel elon on Second Sccn South otbi near nearThird aearThird EI
Third Ti W West et when he collided clded With acar acarThe c Jr JrI
I The T fender feder caught cught him and and Jjavefl th1 ve ved him himt im imfrom
t from going under un er the wheels wheelscaped He bIecaped es escaped ¬
caped without witoutlnury injury injuryFAILED fV fVFAILED f1 f1FAILE
FAILED FAILE AT AT EXA3IINATION nNATINI It was wasannounced wasannun wasannountd
announced annun d yesterday yesteday from frm the office oUe ef efthe eCthe ofthe
the state 6te superintendent Srnte ent Of public pubJc in instruction ino intl mstruction ¬
struction mat hone of the three young yownemen youngmen o
tl k m
eef eefmn
men who o took the examination foi ao aomlssion admission >
mission to t West Wet Pointat Poit Point at the disposal dls sl of ofSenator otSenr ofSenator
Senator Senr mn Smoot succeeded su su eeoded ed in making the therequired thereuire therequired
required reuire average lils It c I probable probable that an another anot another ¬
other ot examinaUbn exmlnat n will flI 1 have to be held heldSTILL heldSIL heldSTILL
board bar of county commissioners commisioner didnot did not de deckle dee dcride ¬
ride yesterday whether they would re revoke r yeyoke ¬
yoke e the tlt Calders alders rLr Dark rJ Hftuor license l lBgen J JBergeman SBergemai
Bergeman Bgen Manager Hen Her Parkkeeper ParkkeeperJohnson ParkkeeperJohnJ ParkkeeperJohnson
Johnson JohnJ and Deputy Shert Sheriff Sharp Sbar ap appeared appre appeared ¬
peared before btee the board and nd testified tet1e that thatsince that thatsic thatsince
pre sic since the first frst week that the te resort reor had hadbeen hd hdben hadbeen
been ben open it had been ben onducted conducted In an anorderly anorderly I Iorderly
orderly manner maer After A ter listening Ustelng to the thetestimony thetestimony
testimony tetmoy the commissioners commissoners said si they theywould te theywould I
would postpone ptpone action acton for a few days daysMOTORMAN d daysMOTORMAN I Imotoan
MOTORMAN SHOCKED SHOCKEDPeter Peter Myers Myersmotorman Myrs Myersmotorman
motorman motoan on the First South line lne was wasseverely wa wasseverely 1 1svely
severely svely shocked shQ edaJdb andburned red by byelectlclt byelectlcltn electricity electricityyesterday eleCtricityyesterday
yesterday morning i He 1iCD1aced placed a aon one hand handon handon
on the controller n of the car and the other otheron t
on the te brakeA bkeAdlultas circuitwas rrcuLt was completed completedin
in this th1 way and as l heturned he turne on the pow power power ¬
er the current went ent through toul his hl body bodyHis bY bYH bodyHis pw pwer
His H band bd was wa severely s6 r y burned bre and Q pd tbe tbeshock tbesbok theshock
shock sbok rendered rndere him unconscious unconsCou He He was wascarried ws wscre wascarried
carried cre into a drug dru store and his burns burnswere 1Ur burnswere
were serious we e seriousWANT attended atende drul to His condition condion i iWANT 1 i In not notserious Bt Bte notserious
WANT W AT NEW ARMORY AIIMORYCaptaihlvar AIIMORYCaptaihlvarwjck MORYCaptrn Captain1 War Warwick WarWck ¬
Wck wick and a other members of theiiew thee na national 1a 1at national ¬
tional t nl guard gard company complny are interviewing interviewingwealthy intriewing intriewingwelhy IntervIewingwealthy
wealthy welhy property pr rty owners owner with a iVJi vie i w to togetting t togetting
getting gettng someone smene to build b td an armory aro arothe Jsr Jsrthe Mrthe
the if for the theentire
new company or I preferred prdere Corta theentire
entire entir First Frtegimont mpn regiment The Th plan pln te I to tohave tohve tohave
have hve some tme man erect eret a suitable sultble building builing
the guard taking tking a long lease lee of it on onterms onter onierma
terms ter p that would wold make make it a a goO good invest investment Investment Investmont ¬
mont ment The Te need nee of an armory armor has been beenkeenly ben benkenly beenkeenly
keenly kenly felt and all al members or the guard guardare guardare ad adare
are hoping that the effort now on o foot footmay fot fotmay footmay
may be b successful successfulSLEEPER sucesfuL sucesfuLSLEPER successfulSLEEPER
Knecht Kht the te sleeping girl who has haspuesled basp1 haspueded
puesled p1 physicians all over grl the country cont
by her hr strange stge sleep that lasted laste for more morethan morethan
than tha two months monts is reported reprted to be on the tberoad therf theroad
road to recovery recover Two W weeks ago a she sheleft seleft
left rf the hospital = i and an ane returned e to her hermothers hermothers
mothers mots home Since then it I Is I claimed claimedshe claime claimedshe I
she 8h has b regained consciousness cnciouse and is isperfectly I Isperfectly
perfectly pretly regne rational rtona Her mother mothe a states statesthat ste statesthat I
that she se is I now able to eat et three thre meals mealsa mel
a day dy and an Is i gaining gining flesh fesh She sleeps sl ps at atnight atnht atnight
night nht but awakens awke in the morning morlnf and andof an andremains
reJn remains awake wae al all day wth with th ePton ePtonof exc Dtlon Dtlonof
of a a few ew naps np She he converses converes freely t y and andintelligently andinteUKenty andIntelligently
intelligently inteUKenty it i is I said saidTELEPHONES sId saidTELEPHONES
Word comes cme from tom Boise City Cit Ida to the tbeeffect theeffet theeffect
effect effet that George Geore Y Wallace Walace and D S SMurray SMurray
Murray Moy of the Rocky Mountain Mountin Bell Bel Tele Telephone Tele Telephohe ¬ J
phone company cmpny are ar in that state stte looking lookingafter lokng lokngarer looldngafter
after arer pe the extension etension of the system systeI In vari various van vanone ¬
one ou districts distric Mr Murray Mury Is quoted quote as assaying asS3ng assaying I
saying S3ng that a large amount of telephone telephoneline telephoneline elephonelne
line lne would be strung stng during d rlng the te year ye He Healso Hea liealso
also a stated stte that a a special feature of the thetelephone thetelehone thetelephone
telephone telehone work in that tat state stte was wa the theextension te teeenn theextensioa
extension eenn of lines lnes into int the farming faring die districts dlstrct dietnicts ¬
tricts trct In the region rgion between btween Idaho Id o Falls Fallsand Fals Falsa Fallsand
and a St St Anthony Atony many phones phone have been beeninstalled beenIntale beenInstalled
installed Intale In the homes of farmers farer and a acontract acntrct acontract
contract cntrct has been made to put in phones phonesfor phonestor phonesfor
for all al the farmers tror in the vicinity ichity of ofSebree otSlr ofSebree
Sebree Slr canal cnal Mr Murray 1ury stated that tat a alarge aJe alarge
large Je number of farmers farer phones phon we were werealso werealso
also a being beg put In In the te Boise valley valleyUtah valleyUtah aneyUth
Utah Uth Commercial Comercia and ad Savings Savg Sav gs Bonk BonkGeneral BankGeneral a
General Genel banking bankng business bus ness interest interestpaid 1i1e Iiiters Iiiterspaid s spad
paid pad on savings sving deposits deposis W F Arm ArmBtronsr Armstn Armstrong
strong stn president pr sIdent J E Caine Caie cashier cashierONLY che cheONLY cashjeyONLYIOO
ONLY ONLYIOO ONLYIOOOgdenandBeturn 100 100Ogden 100 100Ogdenad
Ogden Ogdenad OgdenandBeturn OgdenandBeturnvia and Return Returnvia t
via ia Oregon e n Short Shor Line Sunday Sunda June une
28 2 Kolitz KoUt will wl serve se e punch P unc h andcandy andcandyBicycle and auidy auidyfree dY
Spcal ilpeclal tr free freeilpeclal onJyaw romring rOVUrnifl5 rOVUrnifl5Bicycle 1 p > lQ S n ng < 93 > A j
Bicycle races Salt Palace tonight
Wholl on give mc a dollar doUa for them themNgiAnswsr te theml
NgiAnswsr l answer answerEightPaDol1ar
g < nw9r nw9rEight yv yvEight >
Eight EightPaDol1ar EightPaDol1arGentlemen Foaolar FoaolarGetemen pSriiDoUar pSriiDoUarGentlemen
Gentlemen Getemen he went on n after afer i ishort a asort ashort
short sort pau p paug LU e SI 1 < usually 1su8I sell el these thee fia fiahandkwckibfs f fine finehandKegckjbf e ehad
handkwckibfs had c etpht h ht Cor fr a dollar doll Tin Tintoday but buttoay buttoday
today toay I fdel ttI l n nerou r rnus q r I want to b ba be bea
a good go fellov fellovfolded feilowBere ere 1r tneffighj niocly nioclyfolded
lgh nnly nnlyfol
folded fol handk handkthe h handke51iefs nke r s now nowfl m my J1d J1dI bitnd bitndI
I ad < he hexc fOWI 0 fi y your yourthe r iW ot
the t baby DbY onsforhe1cat n o het one on forvthfor for forog forvth fordhiedog
dog og one ne fr ton ur milheinlaw mqtherinlaw on ontOr onfor
for tOr January J ua fe toe ne tr fior fr f9r J ebr bruary ba ary one fo foMarch fo13r for forMarch
March 13r or orie r for Sunday S da one for tr Mon Monday Monday Menday
day day wane ne for Tuesday one on for fo goo gooluck good goodluck
luc luck aj ajSold tnelne ne 3 wpp Pup up the bundle bundleso
so al alLIira dTdg dTdgSold
Sold ta taSold shouted Jh half a dozen doe all a l 1 1one In Inone Inone
one breath b t Each Eh e floured fKre that at th thbundle te tebundle the thebundle
bundle contained contie over twenty hand handkereitefs handker handkerrLefs
kereitefs kereitefsAnother ker kerrLefsAnother wt wtAl
Al Another buadlo was ws aold ol and an another anothe another
other othe Jb The iprskfirs 4w rkr keLrs fought fout for i ichanoe a achn achance
chance chn ff fearjnf fearin tfjrft he hemlg h mlgfit it quit be before before before ¬
fore all could be supplied Herr Obern Oberndorfer Oberndorfer Oberndorfer
dorfer Was 88 one who purchased While Whileothers Whileothers Whileothers
others were ere struggling for an oppor opportunity opportqnity opportunity ¬
tunity to do likewise he opened his hisbundle hisbundle I
bundle and counted countedjuat just eight hand handkerchiefs handkerchiefs ¬
kerchiefs worth perhaps perh pS2 2 cents Jiandj each eachHere eachuHexe eachHere
uHexe Here he shouted you ouiJnly only save saveme gayeme gaveme
me eight handkerchiefs ke rchiefs This Is a aswindle ft1 aswindle
swindle I v iftntIny a tny > ny money mQne back backOberhdoVfer backOber backOberudorfer
OberhdoVfer Ober 4 r Has H sa a Kick KickBut KickBut ck 1
But the salesman only smiled bland blandly bland blandly blandly ¬
ly and declined And the spectators spectatorslaughed spectatorslaJghed spectatorslaughed
laughed laJgheduIll laughedIll
uIll Ill have you arrested shouted shoutedHerr shoutedHerr shoutedHerr
Herr Oberndorfer OberndorferOh O rndorf r rOh
Oh youre yiue o O oy Jy y blufilng mng said the thehandkerchief thehandk thehandkeelIc
handkerchief handk handkeelIc iet man menidt m n with a confident confidentchuckle con confidentchuckle fident fidentChukle
chuckle Atfd Ai A d he ctos C 5 d l his grip and andeach andfaded nd ndtadedou
tadedou faded out otth at th s siq door doorOther < 90 r rOther
Other ul4oniers nyesttgatet 1JI1Cr 1JI1CrdiOOv 3n4discovered
diOOv discovered I 1Uy Ty ght ht handkerchief II lueach
each tiidlc Eftch ch time the strange stranjEfeyoung strangeyoung 1 1young
young man added One for the baby babyone babyone i ione
one for the dog d Og etc he e had hadd dropped droppedbundle droppedone rop ed edone
one h mJft9iifft fromleavingthJ hJm4hALD hJm4hALDle
le leavingthJ tngth msri higInT itlib itlibbundle nhuib0t itt thi thibundle
bundle he finally wrapped Wra1 > p1duP p1duPHerr up upHerr upHerr >
Herr Oberndorfer saw the man and anddemanded anddEemanded anddemanded
demanded his b dollar back again and andagain andagain I
again but Jniijzun In 4i9 li Then he went over overto overto overto
to thepolice the police station told his tale to toAssistant toAssistant toAssistant
Assistant County Attorney Dana T TSmith TSmith TSmith
Smith and swore out warrants against againstIsaacs againstIsaacs againstIsaacs
Isaacs for dbt dbtainirig Inirig money mone under false falsepretenses falseJleotenses falsepretenses
pretenses and fo fog peddling without a alicense alicense alicense
license Isaacs put up 125 12 cash bail bailand ballandwgs bailand
and andwgs was released He will be tried triedtoday triedteday triedtoday
today todayI
I dont see why thijy th thshould should kick kickhe kicksf kickie
he ie > commented affer his arrest arrestTheyse arrestTher arrestTheye
Ther Theyse In the samecklnd same nd of business businessonly businessonly businessonly
only in loa a little different dUler nt way I sup suppose suppose suppose ¬
pose if I could list handkerchiefs on onthe onthe onthe
the exchange e chatue I l could do business right rightalong rIghtaleng rightaleng
aleng without a a protest protestJlmiisements protestI
I Rm Jlmiisements JlmiisementsThe stmenfs I IThe
The CHmbsrs Climb jrs ° begins bEg S with a funeral funeraland funeralends funeralgnd
and ends witjji wlt with a euTcide j clde During the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress of the th play pn 9 pub of the characters charactersmakes characteJSmakes charactessnakes
makes a reference rerence to golden stairs stairsPerhaps stairsPerhaps stairsPerhaps
Perhaps this thisls is the reason the play pIa is iscalled Iscalled iscalled
called The timbers limbers Those who care carefor carefor carefor
for human emotions e etiotlons otions In the altogether altogetherwill altogetherwIll altogetherwill
will like uThIlfCIimbers The Climbers It was Robert RobertLouis RobertLouis RobertLouis
Louis Stevenswa Steven n who said there is such a athing athing athing
thing as ind Indecent cent exposure osure in this line lineCertainlySalt4Lake lineCertainlySalthke lineCertainty
CertainlySalt4Lake Certainty SaltLakc aw w It last night and andwhat andWMt andwht
what is moceLjSaltXake lIlllifi mo Salt nlt Lake liked it itTnfc Itw1tijWif ItThe
The gudlgncs w1tijWif was W wasnot snot not large above the thefirst the1a thefirat
first 1a floor rajbere ere every > seat we1 wr occu occud occuthestaus occul4ed
l4ed d the thestaus Bases h9s5stalls < stalls and logu lo cb being beingfolk being1UleI
1UleI 8 w1 wItog1h f folk And lThe fi fi11Jbuft
11Jbuft n jt Batire Q QzrsoeL t50 y y1re
Ii 1re bediiITbtMn U Su t1 ttidISalt lSaltLake1t lSaltLake1tcleUh altLakoStttgg Lakestag Lakestagtt
tt Is cleUh doubtfqI1f If t a vkeenf ce kecnor qer satire tire was ever everfound ever everput everput
put oli any agetLT sgeu Thc he nearestapproach nearestapproachto nearest approach approachto
to the first bt d of The Climbers is isfoUD4i1n isfound
foUD4i1n found la lRfehard m III where ner Richard Richardw Rlch Richardwoes rd rdweoes
w woes oes and wins Laxly Anne at the bierof bierofher blerotM bier of ofher
her husbandWhen husbandWhen husband husbandWhen
When the furtain rises servants are aradiscovered aredlsc8ere arediscovered
discovered t remplnR re irtain olng the chairs that thathae thathaebeE have havebeenused havebeeused
beenused beE USed at he e funeral of one Mr Hunt Hunter Huntcv ¬
er Shortly tnereaft tbereaZtitthe the widow accom accompanied iaccom iaccompaI accompanled ¬
panied ed bY iereatt ffer at daughters enters and andstraightway aiId1Stra andstraightway
straightway 1Stra Ightway 3bey bey ey begin boglna a discussion discu ton o oic ot otthe ofthe
the ic funeral tun ral hvhlchIt 1tvhiich hlch It i appears pears every everyMiy evetyod everybody
od body Miy attended atfend d ThereMpte There bf f society satire satire3gtos satirebeglu8 satirebegins
begins 3gtos and lilt it runs in J a a broad vein veinthroughout veinthroughout veinthroughout
throughout tile play playMiss playMts > f fMIs3
Miss Amell AmeIlp Binghdm Blngh m was was Irs Stcr Stcrtog S Sl1ng Sterhag
tog daughter of oCM Mrs1 Mr Hunter JI nt r and wUe wUef WUeof wteuf
of f Richard Sterling St rllngO1 OV WIlton HtonLackaje UtonLack Lackayc e She Sheravean Shegave Shegavean
gave gavean ravean aft example e ample of f emotional em tiorinr acting that thattad thathaa thathad
tad haa tbe 4dlencc leading forward fo lrd most ost of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he time snewas sl1ewas on thsstage th Stage and giving givingter glylngher givingher
her ter cartaife dills Us without wltho t number at the theWd theeo theend
eo end Wd of eVervrfet tveg tct tB But t Miss Ii S Bingham did didiM didn didnet
n net iM tm3 win ajftfce aUJ a tie honors nor did she de deerve des deerve
s erve all ci Jmem JmemFrom fhem fhemFrom
From r Mr Xiackaye a e down dovm to the thinkers think thinkrs thinkera
ers rs one offvhom of CVhom in the second act had hadlie hadtbe hadthe
lie honor to be her Husband Lloyd Bing Bingwon Bingham Bingham
ham won the cast was all that could have haveeen havebeea havebeen
been > een desired deBtr Lackaye made you hate hatelira hatehim hatehim
him lira from fromaltlflrst hlg hI first appearance app rance He H looked lookedhe lookedthe lookedthe
the he weak selfish rascal and acted the theveak theweak theweak
weak selfish rascal throughout In his hisleath hisd hisdeath
death d th he was pathetic but the audience audienceould audiencecould audiencecould
could not forget his sins and he passed passediway passedaway passedaway
away without witho t being inundated In ndated by a a wave wavef wayeor wareof
or f sympathy sympathyCredit sympatQyCx sympathyCredit
Credit Cx t Is tluto ih to MissBijou MiSs Bijou Fernandez Fernandezor Fernandezfolher
folher foi or her Interpretation Int etatlon of the role of Miss MisslOdesby WssGod MissGodedby
lOdesby God a smart soplety sopletygfrl girl W y L LLbtngdon LAbtngdon LAbtngdon
Abtngdon sebrefi 6roQ a success as Edward Edwardrt EdwardVardena EdwardWarden
Warden Vardena andklnmes ftltJnmesCarew Canew i In the smaller smaerpart smallerpart
part rt of FrederickMason FredJ Freddrlck 1cklfaon Mason was thoroughly thoroughlycceptable thoroughlYa thoroughlyacceptable
acceptable a acceptableMiss cceptableMiss I
Miss iS8 Bingnkm Bin gives us uA A Modern Modernlagdafen ModernMagdalen IodernMa
Ma lagdafen tnighu The Climbers is isnnounced isannounced Isannounced
announced iof ft tomorrow matinee and the therenlng theefenlng theevening
evening blltfaas bill iiS s beenchanged been changed toThe toTherisky to The TheFrisky ThcFrisky
Frisky Mrs Hohnson for which there thereias therehas therehas
has ias been considerabledemand considerabledemandANOfHERain coiffdersble derablcdemand derablcdemandANOlHER demand demandANOTHRCUtIN
War far Slay lr y Result es t lii i the thedlosing Closing of ofThe ofMill ofNills
Mill MillThe NillsThe
The fjourtar tour star T Is still U1l on Another cut cutfS cuts cutof
of fS s to M cents I ts has beeninttd been inttda and the theJid thend theend
end nd is inotyet p There Is evim uvrn vh some sorrietalk sorrietalktnt talk talkh talicthat
tnt h t tb th r r rit 6iMt may be beia 9a a fcioslng of miliYheat mUlWhest mills millsWheat
Wheat is 4 I tfentsf t 9nt4 nUf cheaper however be bevg b bi being
i ing vg g Quoted Qu ed injar lots at S6 cents a bushel bushetnstead bushelIWrtM4 bushelIfltead
nstead of 90 cents This helps out the theHitters tbemOlers themiflevs
Hitters somewhat somewhatThere somewhatThece somewhatThere
There is little change in the produce producenarket prOducemarket producemarket
market except that the advance of the theteason theI5eOn theseason
season is steadily increasing the number numberof
of tf varieties rietle and lowering lowe lng prices Among Amonghe Amonthe Amongthe
the he newcomer MWcomernare nare are cantaloupes which whichire whichare whichare
are retailing around 3d 0 cents apiece apieceJreen apieceGreen apieceGreen
Green peas are also to b 00 < had in plenty plentyit
at it t 20 to W cents a peek peekPERSONALS p puckPERSONALS ck ckPERSONALS
Mayor Taylor of Provo was Was In the city cityresterday elt eltyesterci eltyyesterday
yesterday yesterci yesterciMrs yesterdayMrs resterdayMrs
Mrs Ralph Tarbell of South Bend Ben Ind Inds IndIs ladIs
Is s visiting her brother J E Foote In this thissty thiscity thiscity
city styFrei cityFr Fred Fr aiyton son of Major Mt or H P Myton Mytonias Mytonhas Mytonhas
has ias returned from the thE th Pennsylvania Pem 5hranla nil nilary military milltary
tary ary college c ege at Chester Pa for the sum sumner summef summacv
ner nerWord Word has reached here of the th wedding weddingB weddingLI1X
lit B Spokane Wash a few days ago o oenter of ofMiss
Miss Mary LI1X Libby and d atRV atRVY1 the Rev Y1 S L a apeater ar arpester
pester enter Miss Libby is the daughter of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he Rev I C Libby who was pastor of ofbe otthe ofthe
the be First Methodist church in this city citybout cityabeut cityabout
bout eight years ago Miss Libby was wasell waswell 85 85well
well ell known here hereNEW hereNEW
Articles of Incorporation of the Bam Bamerger Bamberger Bambergen
berger erger Exploration company of this city cityrere citywere citywere
were rere filed in the county clerks office officeesterday officeyesterday officeyesterday
yesterday The capital stock of the com comany comeIS company
pany any is l 1000000 divided into o 10000 1O00dshares 1O00dsharesof shares sharestee s sb
eIS ifga ifgao Ymoog
of the par value o of 10Gaoh Simon Barn BarnbCrg
b bCrg rg is preSil1ent John S Cr1thlow Cr1thlowviee Critehlowvice
vice tee president A W Mountney secretary secretarynd secretaryaDd secretaryand
aDd nd treasurer The company owns a aftrge al alarge
large l rge number pf C mining claims in the thesVeat theVe8t theWest
West atsurftain lol uritaht dfstrlot SaltLake county countyn countyand OunUand
and n the e Jack Rabbit district Lincoln Lincolnounty LlncoluQUIlty Lincolncounty
county < Nevada NevadaKOLITZ NevadaKOLITl NevadaKOLITZEXCURSION
Sunday June 28 28o 28to 28to
to o Ogrd Ogden n and return returnvla9regolI vla viaQregonSbom viaQregonSbomLine OregonrSho lJO lJOLine t tine
Line ine Sound trip only St L Punch Pun Puildifand Puildifandcandy 1i and andandy andcandy
candy free on train Chicken and trout troutTO troutdjn troutQg4n
djn TO jawa I w In psflehcanyon psflehcanyonSO 9gaftn qtnn qtnnSe rJ rJr1
r1 SO W rt rtBfcycle 6 6Bfbycle
Se SeBibycle 0
Bfcycle races Salt Palace tonight tonightl I
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AND LOWER RATiInducements RArE RArEIndu RATEInduOenients
Inducements Indu ements That Are AreQ AreDisbussed AreDisbussedto Discussed Discussedto s usr usred ed edto
to Draw DrawS Saltair S ltair Crowds CrowdsSAN Crowds CrowdsI CrowdsSAN
4 4SAN I
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t I i iIt
It has htls h been rtiiaAjed ru that the manage managracnt managcJDlftt managem11t
racnt of Saltair has under serious ssous eo eoslderation Q I1sldention consideration
slderation the plan of of restoring r storliiJl the thecent J Jcent t tcent
cent rate to that resort At the off offcrowds office officeyesterdey
1 yesterdey YItps It den derde4 1ikat tl1e te matter matterliaa ter
1180 iecefred Yedc itsid ticn It b belaimec1 Isclaimed
claimed by the diD eid y thit t while the Uaecrowds thecrowds
crowds have not been n so large ti tirevenues the Uh1revenues therevenues
revenues resulting from the 50cent cent fare tareare fareare fareare
are enourh to make up th the loss in at ati attendance I
i tendance tenda It was a also stated stat contrary contrarvto
to rumors that no official oflcl l action bad badbeen hadbeen ad adbeen
been taken regarding r the sale of user at atthe atthe atthe
the resort resortIt I IIt
It is no secret that the new rate to the thebeach thebeach thebeach
beach does not meet with public pu llc approval approvalIn approvalfact
In fact there is universal complaint complaintacalnst comlaintaalnst cozzrslaintagainst
against the rate The position taken tak n by byI byDeO byneople
I oeople DeO le 5s 5 that they tbE have to pay for bath bathing batbIng bathlag ¬
ing and for the other extras at Saltair Saltairexcept SaltairXtet Saltairextet
except Xtet dancinz and when two go at the thepresent thepre5Eltt thepresent
present rate they find the price nlce rather ratherblb ratherhl rathernIrb
blb hl Under the former rat rate they y felt feltthat teltthat feltthat
that the extra money now paid for car carfare cartare carfare
fare would pay for amusements amu ements at the theresort theresort theresort
resort While the dancing is free it is isclaimed IsI Isclaimed
claimed I that this pleasure comes high at atthe atthe atthe
the nresent rate paid for car fare While Whilethe Vhilcthe hUe hUethe
the management asserts that U1t it has sim simply simply aimply ¬
ply restored the old rate ra e the argument argumentheld argomentheld argrmentheld
held forth is that the city Ity has rown rownthat row rowthat rownthat
that under normal conditions the atend attendance atendDe atendmice ¬
mice would be larger and that the com company comlany cornany ¬
pany any can afford affordto to carry the increased increasedcrowds inceasedcrowds increasedcrowds
crowds at a low 101lfr r rate and make mere laorer meremoney moremoney
r money than In the old days under the th 59 59cent 5It 5Itepnt 50cent
cent rate rateWhile rateWhile rateWhile
While the austIn au > stion of reducing thelfare thelfareooer the2fartI
u the laJ lake e 8JId d the e prospeCt proapectotdispensing proapectotdispensingbeer d1spen8ing d1spen8ingbeer
beer is a probability which was Yo nor admitted ad admitted ndmitted ¬
mitted at the offices of the company yes yesterday yesterdam es esterdAY ¬
terday yet the fact remains that in a aIncreasing ab aincreasing
b as asInere
Inere Increasing slnr the crowds at IKe IKeThe t tXitLI tXitLIThe n nThe
The city r rrate resorts do not w tte te 2int 2intrate
rate restored as they are profiting fro frothe from fromthe fromthe
the uresent fare fareFOLLOW fareFQLLOW fareFOLLOW
Engineers Whose Actions Are AreShrouded AreShrouded AreShrouded
Shrouded in Some Mystery MysteryA
A trail of mystery is marking the route routeof routeof routeof
of the Western Pacific railroad d accord accordinsr accordInr accordInc
Inc to the Wlnitemucca Standard which whichsaiSu whichsus whichsays
says saiSuThe susThe
saysThe The new Western Pacific railroad is israpidly 18rapldl israpidly
rapidly securing rights of way and pro proceeding proceedlnI proceeding ¬
ceeding with its surveys suneys for the Beck Beckwith Beckwith Beckwith
with pass route to Salt L Lake ke and its itsevery ts tsevery tSevery
every move Is trailed by a mysterious mysteriousrival msterlousrival mysteriousrival
rival In Orovilte the rival is known as asthe asthe asthe
the Yard syndicate but the identity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mysterious Yard is not known Its Itsagents Itsagents Itsagents
agents however are buying everything everythingin
in sight and whenever property o in the thevicinity t tthe thevicinity
vicinity cJ fi tls is obtainable tt ert ertbr It is absorbed br r a by bythe bythe
the Yard syndicate regardless reg Udless of arice ariceall lrlceall iwiceall
all of which indicates a determined ef effort etfort effort ¬
fort to block the interests of the West Western Westera Tes Tesern ¬
ern Pacific and a formidable financial financialpower financIalpower financialpower
power Is back of the effort effortThe efortThe effortThe
The Western Pacific Paci yeople Jle have r rqently re ret yeCentll
qently sent t surveying rv parties into Ne Nevada Neradii ¬
radii one of t which 1i la camped m mWinnemucc near nearWinnemucca nearWinnemucca
Winnemucca and < simultaneous with their theirappearance theirappearance theirappearance
appearance other mysterious bands of ofsurveyors ofsurveyors ofsurveyors
surveyors who decline to divulge their theirmission theirmission theirmission
mission have entered the field In fact facteverything facteverthing facteverything
everything indicates an active surveying surveyingcampaign suneyingcampaign surveyingcampaign
campaign on the Nevada desert and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the full significance of the opera operation operation operation ¬
tion Is shown it may be found that the thesame thesame thesame
same power back of the Yard syndicate syndicatehas syndicatehas srndicatehas
has sent surveyors to camp on olthe the trail trailof traUof trailof
of the Western Pacific people In Nevada NevadaD
D B Scoot assistant a engineer of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western Pacific has established camps campsat camst campsat
at t Barrett Springs from where recon reconnoiterlng reconIiolterlng reconnottering
noiterlng parties have lvebeen beengent been pent ent and andifotVWs andwtVs andbe
ifotVWs wlH be made e The T new road is ispnrsuinc 15n isptitgetig
pnrsuinc n D = fiveeven Qev tenor of otl IJa i way wa un unSsrnBgred unt Undism
SsrnBgred t dism S1 y by bymysterIoustl5 bymysterIoustl5SAff mysterious rivals rivalsBAIT rl rlSAN
i iLarge
Large Consignment of Them Being BeingSeceived Beingnec BeingBec
Seceived nec ived ived Prom Chicago ChicagoTickets ChicagoTick ChicagoTickets
Tickets Tick ts forthe iortheS Salt 1t Lake route have havebeen havebeen harebeen
been arriving for or1Itepast the thupast past few days da s and andyesterday andyesterdayanother andyestcvdayanother
yesterday yesterdayanother another large consignment was wasreceived wasted wasreeptfed
received ted from tromCh fromaChiegO Chicago ago Last evening the thework tbework thework
work was commenced of checking them themoff themoff themoff
off and the force in the passenger de department departi ¬
parti partment ent under B W V 0Hlfttt will be bebusy begetting bebusy
busy getting the coupons ready re d for use usewhen usewhen
when the th S Salt K Lafce Lakttroute route takes posses possession posseson ¬
sion on of the Short Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The coupons wiHbesoldfrom wibesJldf om the Short ShortLine ShortLIBe ShortLineticket
Line Lineticket ticket office until special offices are areprovided areprodded areprovided
provided by th tIle company J1J All 1i the agen agencies agencies agendes ¬
cies of the read between Wgen this city elt and andCalIentesWlH andS andCalienteswiH
CalIentesWlH S I j have de deittfs ittfs to be = supplied r l lat1 at1 at1trip with withthe withthe
the new forms s and it te probable o that the thetrip thetrip
trip will be made by L A A Monroe of the thetraffic thetraffic thetraffic
traffic department New ew bonds vlji have haveto haveto haveto
to be furnished by the agents and thijs thijswork th thw9rkmust thigwqrk
work w9rkmust must all be out of the way when whenthe whentbe whenthe
the transfer is made madePvTTMOBS madenUMORS mnadeRUMORS
Bio Bi Grande Force May Be B Enlarged EnlargedatThis n1 niarged niargedat rged rgedat
atThis at This Point PointAs PointAs I IAs
As may ma be natural to toeocpec expec expect the retire retirement retirement reUremeat ¬
ment of S H Babcock as assistant assl tant t traffic trafficmanager tratflcmanager trafficmanager
manager of the RioGrande isthe Is the occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion for forhe pie e creation creuQnottl1e of the usual u ual rumors rumorsregarding rumorsregardlngoth rumorsregardinotherprOpe5ed
regardlngoth regardinotherprOpe5ed regarding otherproposed propesed changes It was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported that as is a aresuJt result of o ofia a retrench retrenchment retrenchment retrenchmeat ¬
ment policy to be introduce by A C CBird CBlrd CBird
Bird the traffic director all the local localauxiliary localauxUlIl1Y localauxiliary
auxiliary offices of the Gould lines are to tobe tobe 1
be blotted out of existence existenceSuch existenceSuch existenceSuch
Such rumors rumors could not be traced to any anyreliable anyreliableS anyreliable
reliable reliableS source isrce andthey and they are ar8an antagonistic antagonisticto gonlsUc gonlsUcto
to what Sir Bird said when wh n here that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the locar locar offices vwwM b be strengthened strengthenedithes strengthenednJtb61 strengthenedrmther
nJtb61 ithes than weafeeiied wea He said he ap apreclaled apRtecOOe4 apptecibled
reclaled the poettwvfof f Salt Lake with withw withregi withregard
regard tAi ttsc its nmeldal c Importance and andthat andthat
that he mqmeeted iI to make few w it 1 any anyhanriec6ftlths anychanget anyahaneci
changet ahaneci hanriec6ftlths ° th l point unless to add to to3ie tothe tothe
the wnsS f formlredy jftlready lre dy on the ground round Local LocalfflcJftJwjwereaot Localoft1 LocalotuIdOlswcrsnot
oft1 fflcJftJwjwereaot J ltf Vere114K aware that th t any changes changesare
are > re conterapteted conteraptetedMorton pfated pfatedMorton
1 Morton For Sate Clerk ClerkG CterkG
G W Morton Merton who has been appointed appointedmrlff appointedtariff appointedtafiff
mrlff tariff clerk by the S San n Pedro began his hisutles hisduties hisduties
duties with the company yesterday Mr Mrlorton MrfJ MrMorton
Morton g gained 4nod his experience erJ as a rate ratelerk rateclerk
clerk fJ lerk orn In the service or the Oregon e aS aSLine Short Shortilne ShortLine
Line ilne where he has been employed in the thereicht thefreight thefreight
freight reicht department of the auditors of office offIce oftics ¬
Appointed Ticket Agent AgentHiram AgentHiram AgentHiram
Hiram Bergstrom has been appointed appointedlight appointednight appointednight
night ticket clerk at t the Short Line depot depotto
to o succeed C H I Patten wHo wno enters the themploy theempoy theemploy
employ of the San Pedro as stock clerk clerkMr clerkMr clerkMr
Mr Bergstrom has been in the auditors auditorsoffice auditorsoffice auditorsoffice
office of the Short LIne LhicRailroad LIneRailroad LineRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesGeorge NotesGeor NotesGeorge
George Geor Craig agent for the Short Line Lineit Lineat Lineat
at it Prove was In the city yesterday yesterdayThe
The regular service of of the Rocky RockyMountain RockyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain Limited is to be resumed be between be between between ¬
tween Colorado and Chicago beginning beginningJuly beginningJuly beginningJulyl
Julyl JulylThe July 3 3The 3 3Th
The Th Short Line excursion from Brigham Brighamyesterdav Brighamyesterday Brighamyesterday
yesterday broosfat 630 members of the theYoung theYoung
Young Mens Mutual Improvement asso association assoelation assoelation ¬
elation and their friends friendsThe friendsThe
The employes of the San Pedro are areputting areputting
putting In some night hours to catch up upwith UPwith upwith
with their work They expect to be all allstraightened allstraightened
straf straightened tened out by the time the final finaltransfer finaltransfer finaltransfer
transfer is made madThe madeThe
The only change in the schedule which whichwill whichwilt whichwill
will be made when the Short Line is isturned isturned istUrned
turned over to the San Pedro PedroTs IS is in train trainNo trainNo
No 5 running to Silver City Mammoth Mammothand Mammothand i
and Eureka This will leave Salt Lake Lakeat Lakeat I
at 8 oclock a a m and return at e i35 35 > p m miS inWILL i
> iS i iWILL
Washi Washington on June 25 50n On the morning morningif I
ef if the Fourth of ofIub July President RotseveU RotseveUrill Roseveltjwill Roueveltwill
will rill send end from his Sagamore hHl home a aessage amessage amessage
message formally openlnpthe Pacific ca carte CahIs ¬ I
hIs rte to the Philippines The message to toe tobe I Ibe
be e transmitted will be one of greetings Teetingsand greetingsnd greetingsand
and nd eongsatulations to Governor lor Taft A Aeturn Areturn Areturn
return message me will be sent by Governor Governoraft GovernorTaft i
Taft aft
Scdalla Mo June 35 5JJ J J Frey Fr for forler rormer formacn
mer ler general manager ma of the Santa Fe Feas e ewas e ewas
was as worse this azternbon rnbon He Is sinking sinkingdually sinkinggrndunlJy sinkinggradually
gradually grndunlJytow dually duallyOW
SS SStow
tow OW RATES EAST VIA VliAD D R G GBicycle GchJgokop
chJgokop BK GP way y1 4 I twit fiakc1ass fiakc1asslltM 1 s s85i
85i lltM S 1 iiinh S Ohrsm Bttlly dUilY dUilYBicycle c
0 0BIcycle
Bicycle races Salt Palace tonight tonighti
i 1i <
Government Gpv rnment Rrojnulgates New NewRegulations NewRegu NewRegulations
Regulations RegulationsCAUSE Regu RegulationsC a ons 1 1I
C I j
> I
i I
f I Ib
b i
M Me e s bgenk lat1oDS ta tavea toveathe
venff vea veathe the SpreadHofihaeojseab preod t ShQe sca1 have havebeerffuromuigated mve hvebeeipromjtIgated I
beerffuromuigated bee promU1cted by the agricultural agriculturaldepartment agriculturaldepartment l ldepartment
department at Washington and a Yig Yigorou VJ VJorou vigoroucrusaddj
orou oroucrusaddj crusadr rusad IK b tiing lng ng carrlea cErrl d on in inUtah I IUtah h hlJtahalgIeisewhere
Utah lJtahalgIeisewhere 1m he elsewhere A D Melvin as aststant asalstant aststant
tstant chief of the bureau of animal i iindustry
Industry has been spending some time timein timehi i iin
in TJtsJh for the especial purpose of ofpushing ofJWshlng ofJuiShlng
pushing the antiseal work The new newstate newstate newstate
state law directed against a alnllt scab has hasalso hasalso
also gone into effect but the state au authorities authorities huthonltles ¬
thorities are showing the inclination
to be a little lenient the first year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The federal authorities are following
the opposite policy however howey S In view viewof viewof
of the great losses in sheep during the thelast theliLSt thelast
last few months in this part of the thecountry tltecountry thecountry
country These losses are due to some someextent someexteat someextent
extent to big head largely to ex exix exoSUr cxIIOSUCO
ix IIOSUCO oSUr > sure and largely tp scab directly and andIndirectly andIndlrectIy andIndirectly
Indirectly through throu h the w weakening akening of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the sheep making them more suscep ¬
tible to exposure The department has hasmen hasmen hasmen
men now n in the field in Utah and Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho studying big head and seeking seekinga seekingacure edng ednga
a acure cure cu
cureDisease cuDis
Disease Dis ase Not Understood Understoodx UnderstoodThis UnderstoodThin
x This disease according a to Mr Meli Melivin Mel Melmvia
via aid others is not at all understood understoodAS
s AS s yet yet The cause has not ot been ascer ascertallied ascertallied
tallied t lt ed nor has ha a cure been mind T TAe TAeI Thelase e etisease
tisease I as is cbmnkratEyely > hew hewstratige 1te new aafd aafdstrahgB dstrange
strange The experts of the depart department department department ¬
ment are puzzled over It It but they are arehopeful arehopeful arehopeful
hopeful of solving the problem problemso problemJ10W problemo43Lptqtighbr
J10W o43Lptqtighbr Jtt rQugly sOOK sOOKsrt
Isttyod srt so > Od aTtfrgma a 8rT 6 rea Cophjs cpiesoe of the thenew thenew
new new regulations reg l Uons are are being beln distributed distributedj d distrthutefrom strfbutelfrom
j from the local headquarters of the thei th thbureau thebureau
i bureau in the Eagle block Among the theregulations ther therGgnlations
regulations r at1ons are the following followingSheep followingSheep followingSheep
Sheep that th t are affected with scab scabI s sbies b bles
I ies or that have been exposed to the thecontagion thecontagion thecontagion
contagion of scabies either through throughcontact throurhcontact throughcontact
contact with Infected flocks or in infected infected infected
fected premises pens or cars shall not notbe notbe notbe
be shipped or driven from one state stateOr stater statedr
Or r territory or the District of r Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Into another state or territory t r1tory or orthe orthe orthe
the District of Columbia Coum Columbi orlnto pub publie publf publie
lie stock yards orfeedlrlnp or fee4l stations un untif untiC Untif
tif they have been dipped in a mixture mixtureapproved mlCturapproved mixtureapproved
approved by this department departmentSheep dEpartmentuShe dpartmentSheep
uShe Sheep p that are affected with the thedisease thedisease thedisease
disease may ma be shipped for immediate immediateslaughter Immediateslaughter Immediateslaughter
slaughter after one dipping but K Kthey I Ithe ithey
they the are intended for feeding fe dln or stock stocking stockIng stocklug ¬
ing purposes they hall sbaUbe be held for a asecond ftsecond asecond
second dipping ten tendays days after the first firstone firstone firstone
one All of the sheep in a certain flock flockor
or shipment In which the disease is ispresent ispresent ma mapresent
present shall be considered as affected affectedwith afectewith affectedwith
with the disease diseaseOne dIseaseOne diseaseOne
One Dipping For Unaffected UnaffectedSheep UnaffecteduSheep UnaffectedSheep
Sheep that are not affected with the
4 but > ut twfil which wIlchhayebeen hare h been exposed exposedto expo exposeto ed 4
to the contagion may IDa be shipped far farfeeding tareedln Icreedlng
feeding eedln or stocking purposes after one onedipping 011 011lpplng onedIp1ng
dipping but may be shipped for im immediate IInm unni03Iiate ¬
mediate m slaughter without dipping dippingTheSheep dippingThe dippingThe
The TheSheep 5hee hheep must be kept in the dip dipbetween dipbetween dipbetween
between two and three minutes and andtheir llndthelE andtheir
their heads submerged at least once oncethough ODethough oncethough
though for but an instant at a time timeand timeand timeand
and assistance assI tan must be rendered im immediately ImmediateJy inimnediatery ¬
mediately if they appear to be stran strangling strangl1n strangling ¬
gling gl1n The dip must be maintained at ata a aa ata
a temperature tempera ture of between 100 and 105 105degrees 105degrees 108degrees
degrees Fahrenheit while the sheep are arein areIn I IIn
in it It It must be changed as soon ait aitit a ait ai aiIt
it becomes baDOJnesmtlty filthy regardless of the thenumber th thnumber thenumber
number of sheep dipped in it It and in inHO inRO Inno
HO case shall tt > be used sed when more morethtui morone moretIlidi
thtui one week w old In emptying the theolpplpsr th thedITpg
olpplpsr vat t the entire tfentents ntents must mustbe mustBe mustbe
be removed removedBublic lemovedPUblic removedPzbhIc
PUblic stock atockants yards are fa t be oonsid considered oonsidered oonsideyed ¬
ered infected The penalty nalty for viola violaof vlolaflop violaof
flop of the rif6 rits rs is a nn ftDe of 100 to toor
1 1 or imptonment I nment net n over One onae 019ea2 Oneor
e ea2 jr or bothfine and IsiprlsonmenL IsiprlsonmenLTICKETS onmenL mrIsonmenLf l onmenLllCKETSAUSEQ
1 1Wh c
Wh Why Some ome of of o Councilmans ou 1cilmens Friends Priendsbid FriendsDid FriendsDid
Did Not Go to Circus CircusTickets ClrCUSTIckets CircusTickets
Tickets tickets whos got the tick tickets tickets ticketa ¬
ets 1 1That
etsThat That was the questhat tl atourteen ourteen out of offifteen orfifteen offifteen
fifteen of the city councIlmen asked each eachother eachother eachother
other yesterday The fifteenth member memberwho memberwho memberwho
who had more than his supposed share shareof shareof shareof
of the highly ttUKigniphed ked pieces of ofpaper otpapeJ ofpaper
paper which entitle entitlecircus entideE4imtssJon admission to th thJ thcircuS the thecircus
circus which came camehs 45 J town yesterday yesterdayether
hs Ia hd 4 nothing to say sayof ykLlMS ether memberSot members membersacoordiK
of ot the council dktv dktvstory did acoordiK 1i4g to the thethe thestory thestory
story which was jd jdterday the rounds yes yesavail yeaterday yesterday
terday their say f fthing avail them any anycting anything anything
thing In thE way < cting more tickets ticketsthan ticketsthan ticketsthan
than were first given them as their share sharewhich sharewhlcli sharewhich
which always goes to the council from the theadvertising theadvrtl theadvertising
advertising advrtl ing man of ottbe the tented show showWhen MOWThen showWhen
When a circus conies to town about aboutthe aboutI aboutthe
the first thing the advertistotg tg man does doeswhen doeawhen doeswhen
I when he reaches the city te to hunt up upsome upI upsome
I some member e of c1c the city council and nd ndsupposed give givebun givehim
ea =
bun about ISO tickets to the show He is issupposed issupposed
supposed to distribute di them equally equallyamong equAllYamong equallyamong
among his fellow ordinance makers it itIs Itl Itis
Is l a good thin t thing it is a supposition on the thecircus thedrcqs thecircus
circus mans part for judging j ng from th thstories the thestorl thestories
stories storl told on the street yesterday the theman theI theman
man who gets his mitt on the tho thoe e tickets ticketsfirst tlckEtsfirst ticketsfirst
I first forgets bow t te use the tables of ofcommon ofi ofcommon
common division and th the other otbeCatelDMrs otbeCatelDMrsa Members Membersof
i of he e counci councIJ dp not got ge their proper propershare proJerLast propershare
share a r s sLast
Last fall so itris It Is said sLd A Ii certain meat member mernber meatben ¬
ber of the council got the whole liO tick tickets tiketa ticketa ¬
eta and after giving each member of th thcouncil the thecouncll thecouucIi
council about aboutrfHIr fMirT touretflaeuh r < fiMe achiaetead Jisetead d of often rotten often
ten gav ga gave the t reMainder r ttt thaea4idate thaea4idatefor a caiMidate caiMidatefar ldat ldatfer
far election to further furili r his Cal inter interests InterI intereats ¬
eats in I his own ward by b distributing dlstrlbutlnthem distributingthem t1 t1though
them i m among g his nwo workers e Yesterday al although a athough ¬
I though there was no election dearer in insight i iosight 11 11sight
sight than next fall it is said one mem member member mernher ¬
ber of that august body forgot to divide divideabout divIdeabout divideabout
about thirty or forty of the tickets among amongtae amongcg amongthe
tae other r rdl ordinance dl makers They did not no nodiscover f
ti W Wlate
discover cg rt the t short changing g until ver verlate verslate > <
late in the day and then there was washowl a ahowl dohowl
howl from fourteen members membersSTRIKE membersc membersSTRIKE membersSTRIKE
c S
Chicago June 26 5The The strike of freight freighthandlers freighthandlers freighthandlers
handlers In the houses of the Chicago ChicagoAlton ChicagoAlton ic icAlton
Alton railroad as regarded by the of officials offtctals offlesais ¬
ficials of that road is a closed incident incidentWork IncidentI IncidentWork
Work was resumed there today and the thevacancies thevacandeE thevacancies
I vacancies caused by the walkout of 85 per percent percent
I cent of the men have be been n filled filledI filledS filledBicycle
1 i > < B S i iBicycle
I Bicycle races Salt Palace S tonight tonightAND tonightBANXFUL tonightS tonightBANKYUL
Sterling Kan June 25 5The The Arkansas Arkansasrhrer Arkansasriver Arkansaxriver
river here is bankful and rising Two Twoand Twoand Twoand
and ninesixteenths inches iRe es of rain fell fellyesterday 1E1lyesterday feltyesterday
yesterday W J Harrison a farmer liv living livInl livlug ¬
lug two miles northwest was killed by bynghtning byHgntning byflghtning
nghtning HgntningBicycle flghtningBicycle nghtningBicycle
Bicycle races Salt Palace tonight
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HE YOU iCANT BOTK OTR SPEND Merchants MerchantsII 1erchantnw
II P Protective Protectivee ro t CC t lYe lYeW
e Association AssociationOn S SWont
W Wont On t H He e P Pay ay ca FRANCIS
8 KE KEwELL H HManager
Manager ManagerWELL
DONT LIKE US Block Block Salt SaltLake LS LSLake
Lake City Cit7H
H H Hi
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Lager Beer and Porter PorterSpecial
Special attention given to Family Trade TradeH TradeH
w i P Kiser Aanager Phone No 218 218FREE 218FREE
iIi iIiOffice
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Cool9 Co CoflfortIbIc fortilble Outing Suits SuitsA Suits5wwwwww
wwwwww A most comprehensive exhibit exhibitof
1 1Sce of all the new and best creations creationsin creationsin
in Mens Negligee attire attireEvery attiregq
gq 4 7 Every known style and material materialis
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