OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, June 26, 1903, Last Edition, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1903-06-26/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 4

i I Ii
i 4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD HERA D FRII FRIPA > AT Y9 HINT 26 1903 t
TIE SALT LAKE L KE JIERALDPub HERALD HERALDPublished
Published Pub 1 I shed Every Day in h the th Year YearBY YearBY car carBY
BY THE HERALD COlSPAl CO COIIPANY COIIPANYTerms PANY PANYTerms Y YTerms
Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY SUbsorlptionDAILY SubsoriptionDAILY
DAILY AND SUNDAY SGNDAYQne One month 85 85SUXDAYOne ISoents S Soents
oents three months 25O 50 ODe year IOO IOOSUNDAYOne OO OOBUNDA
SUXDAYOne BUNDA YOUe year 1200 1200SEMIWEEKLY 200 200SEMIWEEKLYIn 00 00SEKIWEEKLYIn
SEMIWEEKLY < In advance advanceyear 0I1e 0I1ecar ° ci ciyear
year car JL60 LO six months 75 cents eentaEastern centsEfostem centSEastern
Eastern Offices W 3 Morton in inciiarsre InClazy Inciiargej
ciiarsre ciiargej ifiO Nassau St New York S7 S7Washington fr1WllSh1J1StOD 8 8Washington
Washington St Chicago Cblc80SubscribeN ChicagoSubcrtbere ChicagoSubscribe
Subscribe wishing address ad reu of j pPer pPerchanged paper papercllanged aperchanged
changed most give tarmac Ior a 5 well as aspresent aspreeent 35present
present preeentAU addresja addresjaorder addreqsAll
AU papers r conUmae4 untiL exDHcIt exDHcItorder eqItoxder
order Is received recefv d to discontinue J Jrearage An Alt at atrearag irrsaragce
rearage most be paid in ev eYen T case caseThe eaaeThe c cThe
The Herald can be obtained o1ttal ed at these tbeaplaces theseewYorkWaidOrfAStOr1a ePlaces
places placesNew PlacesNew
New YorkWaldOrfAatorSa York WaldorfAstoria Imperial ImperialUeston ImJtedaInotonYouag ImpedelJiostonToungs
notonYouag Ueston YoungTs HoteL HoteLChicago HoteL1I1cacoTbe HoteLChlcagoThe
Chicago 1I1cacoTbe < The Auditorium Palmer Home HomeItansas HoatIeJanaaa Hotsezieaa
Itansas zieaa City CityCoate Coatee House HouseOmaha B HansOiuahaMIUnrd 1dIe 1dIeOaabaKtUard
Omaha OaabaKtUard MUlard Hotel Globe News Co CoMegeath CoJle CoMegeath
Megeath Jle eatb Stationery Co CoDenver CoDenverBrown CoDenverBrown
Denver DenverBrown Brown Palace Hamilton k Kea Keadrtck Keadrtck Kendrkk
drtck Pratt Book Store StoreSan StoreSaa StotsSan
San FranctacoPalace Hotel N Wheat Wheatley WIeatMy Whesty
ley y News Depot DepotPortland DepotPaJt1aDd DepotPoctland
Portland Ore OrePortlaJad Portland Hotel HotelLo HotelJ HotelLos
Lo J Los Angeles AngsIceOltve 01hreE Oliver AI Haloes HaloesMinneapolis BaInesMtnn HalneeMlnneapolfoWest
Minneapolis Mtnn MlnneapolfoWest W West Hotel HotelSt HoteLSt HotelSt
St Louis LoaiaThe The Planters The Soutlieca SoutliecaSUNDAY SoIatheqa SoIatheqaSUNDAY SOntherBSUNDAY
SUNDAY HERALD FEATURES FEATURESOK FEATURESON FEATURESO
THIS PRINCIPLE that a fair ex exchange exchaage cxchange ¬
OK O change is no robbery The Herald Heraldfeeto Heralde Bersldleek
leek that In announcing the dlscon dlscontlauance dl discontlnuanee con conttauance
tlauance of the George Ade de Modern ModernFables ModernFables odem odemles
Fables les after the coming Sunday for fOr fOrperiod a aperiod aperiod
period of two tiro months and substituting substitutingtherefor ettetttUtifltherefor tltutbagUlerefor
therefor the work of E W Townsend Sownsendand WDMDd WDMDdD4
> and John Kendrlck Bangs readers of ofThe ofne ofThe
The Sunday Herald will suffer no nodiminution nodiminution nodinilnutlon
diminution In their interest In the theJ theJper ymr ymrper pa papee
per While Mr A4e FaWes h bsve bsvebeen ve vebeen vebMn
been a very popular feature the pop popularity popularity popularity ¬
ularity of Mr Townaend and Mr Bangs Bangsis
S is equally widespread widespreadMr wt 9ld 9ldXr
Mr Townsend is the author of the thefamous thetaatoa thefaesoos
famous Cfatxamle Fadden stories storiesrntring storiesJul storiesDering
rntring July he will contribute four fouro fourot fouroC
o ot them to The Sunday Herald In InAugust InAUgw InAugust
August AUgw t Mr Townsend end and Mr MrwUl Bangs Bangswill Bgswifi
will both contribute stories and andsketches andsketch andsketches
sketches Mr r Ade win resume his hisBabies hislaDIe hisb4es
Babies b4es in September Meanwhile Meanwhilewtttt MeanwbllewttIt MeanwhIlewith
wtttt the Townsend aDd Bangs contri contributions eontrlbutloDll contributlons ¬
butions Tb The Sunday Herald will fully fullymaintain fullymalatam fullymaintain
maintain its it high standard of the past pastBut pastBut pastBut
But that Is not all by any means meansOn meanaOn meansOn
On Sunday next will be begun the thepublication thepubllcattoa thepublication
publication of a continued story by that thatwell thatwu thatwell
well known knowJLand and always Interesting Interestingauthor Intere Interestingauthor ttBg ttBgauthor
author Robert Barr There is isstrength a astrength astrength
strength lid vigor about the work of ofMr ofXr ofMr
Mr Barr that baa found many Imi Imitators 1m1ttors IrnItators ¬
tators bt t no peers In every one of ofMs otb18 ofhis
Ms sentences eate811M is a breath of virile life lifeHe lifeHe lifeHe
He makes his characters live move movenave m movehave Ve Vehve
nave being In reading of them and andtheir andtlIeIr andtheir
their adventures adV8R lre one ceases to wonder wonderwhether Won wonderwhether er erwJaUler
whether or not the events described describedcould de descrtbedcosd cribedcouW
could have happened One feels that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they did happen happenOver happenaver happenQver
Over the Border is the title ofthe oftheBarr of the theBarr theBarr
Barr story that begins next Sunday SundayIt
It to written in Mr Barrs best style styleTo s sTo styeTo
To these who are familiar with his hiswork hiswork hiswork
work and i the list Includes thousands thousandsin anc1in
in Salt Lake and Utah and elsewhere elsewhereno e1 where whereno
no higher commendation Is necessary necessaryThe neC8HryTIle necessaryThe
The tale deals with the fascinating fascinatingperiod fasc1nct1ngperiod fasclntingprlod
period in English history when Crom Cromwell Cromwell Cromwell ¬
well wrested the crown from Charles CharlesI
I L White he etoeely holds In the main mainto II futo
to t historical accuracy Mr Barr takes takesenough takesetIOugh takesenough
enough liberty with men and events to tomak tok toxsek
mak his story thrilling from beginning beginningto
to end endThe endTbe endThe
The other wellknown and popular popularfeatures popularfturetl popularfeatures
features of The Sunday Herald will willof wIDof willof
of course be continued It wiN con contain oontaIn ocxfsin ¬
tain Marion Harlands page for house housewives ewives housewives ¬
wives Walt MeDougals story for chil children cbI1dNn cliiithen ¬
then and grownups A a page of fashions fashionsthe raaIdoaIItbe fashiousthe
the best sporting rtiq page and all the news newsof n newsof w wof
of this and other lands New and at attractive attractne t ttracUve ¬
tractive features win be b added to The TheSunday TheSunday TheSunday
Sunday Herafld as g the season pro progresses propes prores8eS ¬
gresses res8eS e but that has always a1w s been the therote therule theverybody
rote roteEverybody Everybody reads The Sunday Herald Heraldthese Heraldtllese Heraldthese
these days news special features ad advertisements adverttsements advertisements ¬
vertisements and all for it has come cometo eometo caineto
to be generally se era known that the individ individual iDdh1dual indtvldu1 ¬
ual who fails t to read it misses Jl more moregood moreod moregoad
good thing than he can afford to miss mtsePAVING missa missPAVING
a l
PAVING BRIGHAM STREET STREETf STREETrpHE STREETTHE STREETTB
f
rpHE THE TB INDICATIONS are that at least leASta Iea IeaI
1 I a start toward the tie paving ef Brig Brigham Brigham Brigham
ham street throughout its entire length lengthwill lengthwill lengthwill
will be made this year 7 r The counclls councilscommittees councllscommittees councllscommittees
committees on streets atrea and finance financehave 1Inancehae ftnancehave
have voted in favor of paving Brigham Brighamstreet Bdghmatieet Brighamstiect
street as far east as Fourth Blast Blaststreet Eastatreet Beststreet
street which is a respectable beginning beginningeven
even though the thoroughfare thoro ghfare is to be beimproved beImproved beImproved
improved on oft one aide owl owlA ORb ORbA oatNA
A majority of the individuals ln4 who whoown wb wbown whoown
own property on Brigham street would wouldprefer wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer to have the work done all at the theMine tileSlAne theszme
Mine time or as nearly the same time timeas timepo timeas
as possible po On the principle though thoughthat thoughtb3t thoughthat
that half a loaf is better than starva starvation rvadon sezvation ¬
tion they the will accept the Fourth East Eaststreet EastBtreet Be BeStreet
street proposition philosophically pbt1ciopb phuI opblcally lIy It is isbetter 1sbetter Isbetter
better to t pave four tourbloeks blocks on one side sidethan ski skithan sidethan
than to let the street go entirely un unbnproved unbI1Prove4 unlawrored
bnproved bnprovedIt
It is certain that sooner or later lateria laterIn
ia spite of the objections raised by bysome bytne bysome
some tne of the property PfO owners Brigham Brighamstreet Brighamstreet m matroet
street win be a show street really reallyworthy reallyworthy reallyworthy
worthy of the nane Today practically practicallyevery practicallyevery practicallyevery
every tourist tourl who ho visits Salt Lake LakeotIt goes goesotit goeout
otit Brigham afreet reet t to see the handsome handsomeresidences band8OmedeIMe hauds ine inere1denees
residences deIMe that line It almost t from fromsTnJq ber berginning bepg1nIng
ginning to end In the winter they see seethe Hethe seethe
the mud In the summer the dust dustThere dustThere dustThere
There is hardly a city in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States of Salt Lakes Lake pretensions that thatbusnt tbathasnt thathasnt
hasnt at least one paved boulevard boulevardhich bo1l1eYanlhieh boulevardehich
ehich hich is shown to visitors with pride pridea pridend
a nd which is a source of pleasure leasure to ail ailthe nthe i ithe
the people This should be true of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Brigham street is the thor thoroughfare thorougbfa1oe thoroughtasa ¬
oughfare to improve But it Is hardly hardlynecessary hardlyueceM8r hardlyneceesary
necessary for The Herald to argue the thequestion tilequesuo t tquestis
question at this time timeIndeed t1meIndeed tLzueIndeed
Indeed the only strange thing about abottfthe abOGthe abouttne
the matter is i that it has ever been beenAccessary beenJ61e beenn
Accessary J61e n < eseary ty to argue the question The Thebjecttntr Theproperty Theobjecting
objecting property holders h lden dn not seem seemto seemt seemto
to accept a the well established principle principleof principlethat principlethat
that for every foot of poring Ying in front frontor frontof
of their property the th value of their theirholdings theirJtoldinp theirhnldtngs
holdings is taincrea increased ed in exact propor proportion proportion propottion ¬
tion to the ost of the improvement improvementand improvementand
and more tr too tooThe IncThe > o oThe
The objection objeti n that that the city cannot cannotafford cannotafford cannotafford
afford to pttve pll e the street intersections intersectionsIs
Is met by the statement that the out outlay outlay outlay ¬
lay for such work ork is in the nature pf pfan 9tan 9fan
an investment which is 1 sure to return returnhandsome returnhandsome returnhandsome
handsome dividends in the form of ofTxes ofxs ofxcs
Txes xs from increased valuations It is isbe isbE ist
t be hoped hO ed that the paving as far as asfourth astourth askourth
fourth East street now under contem contemplation contemJi contemJation ¬
plation Ji ation will be constructed with all
possible po dispatch dJ because be aime it will Wifi when whencompleted whencompleted whencompleted
completed furnish a valuable object objectlesson objectle8 objectlemon
lesson On to mil the objectors objectorsDRUNKENNESS objectors11III objectorsDRUNkENNESS
11III 11IIIDlUN
DlUN DRUNKENNESS ENrjE S NO EXCUSE EXCUSD EXCUSEpOLICE EXCUSEp
D pOLICE OLICE JUS3ICB DIE vary varyi veryPIOPeri7 varYL
i properly decided a jfew days qaY8that tiaysthat ago agothat
that drunkenness is not an excuse f fr frcrime forcrime r rcrime
crime The defendant bad been prov proven proven proven ¬
en guilty of a particularly atrocious atrociousoffense atrOcioUsoffense trocloUddense
offense By way of extenuation xteft1Jtlon he set setup setup setup
up the plea that he was intoxicated at atthe attlte atthe
the time of f its itsComm commtesien The f fel fellow fellow el eltow
low Is now Jl W In the county jan where wherehe wherhe wherehe
he properly belongs Nor is there any anything anything anything ¬
thing new about Judge DIehls opinion opinionNo opinionNo OpinionNo
No lass celebrated a Commentator arnnmentatortbaa Commentatorthan ommentator ommentatorthait
than Blackstone something like ISO ISOyears 150years l0years
years ago laid don the same general generalprinciple generaprinciple generalPrinciple
principle of law He wpotes wpotesThirdly WJDteslJdrdJ wotes wotesThirdly
Thirdly lJdrdJ as to artificial voluntarily con contracted contnleted controcte4 ¬
tracted madneee DUl nese by drunkenness dnmk nneS or in intoxication Jatoxcatlo Intoxication ¬
toxication which depriving men of their theirreason the3rteasoa
reason puts them in a temporary f frenzy frecuFour frenzyour recur recuroar
our law looks upon this as an aggravation aggravationof
of the offense rather than as an excuse excusefor excusetor excusefor
for any y criminal misbehavior A drunk drunkard drunkard drunkaid ¬
ard says Sir r JMtward JIlt dwar CoKe OD who Is volun voluntarius voluntarlua volontartus
tarius daemon hath no privilege thereby
but what hurt or III seever he doeth his hisI hisdruIIkeDDeSS hisdrunkenness
I drunkenness doth aggravate it The TheRoman TheRo TheRoman
Roman law indeed made great allow allowances 1lowanees allowSlices ¬
Slices for this vice But the law Jw of Eng Bugand ¬
land considering how easy it is to coun counterfeit counterfeit COUfltertett ¬
terfeit this excuse and how weak an ex excuse mCUM excuss ¬
CUM it is though real will not suffer sufferany sutteraDy sufferany
any man thus to privilege one crime by byanother byanother byanother
another anotherSome anotherSome
anotherSome
Some Judges go so far as to prevent preventlawyers preventlaWYen presentIawyet
lawyers from provingthat theirclients theirclientswere
were drunk when the crimes charged chargedagainst chargedagainst chargedagainst
against them were committed And Andthis Andthis Andthis
this is proper too Drunkenness Is an anaggravation anaggravaton anaggravation
aggravation of rather than an excuse excusefor excusefor excusefor
for crime edme Many any men tp will w l become in intoxicated IntoxJcated intoxIcted
toxicated before they can gather gatherenough gatberenough gatherenough
enough courage to accomplish a crim criminal criminalUrJlO crimInal ¬
inal inalUrJlO purpose Others will pretend they theywere theywere theywere
were drunk when they were not drunk drunkSttRv drunkStW drunkstm
SttRv cases are re ou record reco recod where whereJudges wherejudges wherejudges
Judges have permitted criminals to es escape e ecape eScape ¬
cape p punishment llleftt en na n this altogether un unworthy unworthy Unworthy ¬
worthy plea Such a case was reported reportedfrom reportedfrom reportedfrom
from Philadelphia PhH delphia the other day A Aman AJft8A Aaeet
man had stolen s1en1M QtM M from his em employers employers emplayers ¬
ployers There was no doubt about abouthis abouthis
his 18 guilt toecuse bcu us he confessed ed It in inepen inpen inopen
pen court At the same e time proof proofwas proolwas proetwas
was presented which w leh showed abowed that thatI thatwhen t twhen
I when be took took the money he was under ulnderthe underthe uhderthe
the Influence of whisky whiskyIn tsky tskyIn
In this case I rwIU win suspend son sentence seDtenoe sontense ¬
tense said the court because I am amI amcomrlnced amconvinced
I convinced that the theft was merely a adrunken adrunken adrunken
drunken drunken freak It is possible p sstble that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the embezzler may learn a lesson from fromthis fromtbfs fromthis
this experience that he may hereafter hereafterlive hweaftetlive hereafterlive
live a sober honest life If so no noharm noharm noharm
harm has been done by freeing him himbut himbut hintbut
but one can never telL At any rate ratethe ratethe ratethe
the principle of o releasing a criminal criminalbecause criminalbecause criminalbecaue
because of intoxication IntoXicatloIdsan fe an extremely extremelydangerous extremelydangerous extremelydangerous
dangerous one for any court to lay laydown laydown laydown
down
THE IOWA PLATFORM PLATFORMWHILE PLArFORM PLArFORMW PLATFORMii
ii RILE THE PLATFORM adoptei adoptedby
WHILE W
vy by the Iowa Democrats D mocrats in their theirstate theirstate theirstate
state state convention hardly has the ring ringof ringof ringof
of a keynote it contains some good goodseveral goodg goodgnet
several g gnet e principles an and is Interesting Interestingbecause interestingbecu interestingbecause
because becu it in In a a way blazes a trail for for11M
194 A distinct reafllrmatkm of the thefeansas theKansas thekansas
Kansas City platform was voted down downbut downbut downbut
but this action will cause no surprise surprisefor surprisetor surprisefor
for It was Wu not unexpected There Thereare T Thereare ere ereare
are enough sound Democratic planks planksIn
In the platform for alt the Iowa Dem Democntts Democllfts Dentocrts
ocntts to get together to ether on onThe onThQ onTh
The Th tariff plank Is given special specialprominence specialpromiD specialprominice
prominence promiD nce and naturally naturally so for Iowa Iowahas IowahaS Iowahas
has been a a t tartflfsSorra r1 srorm center in both bothparties bothparties bothparties
parties The Iowa Democrats say on onThe on1Ife ondxsU4t
dxsU4t 1Ife t T TThe FTha
The tariff policy o originally adopted adoptedfor
for the avoVea a purpose purposeo of raising reve revenue revenue roveflue ¬
nue to meet meetthe the enormous burdens of ofthe otthe ofthe
the civil war has been turned to the theuse theuse theuse
use ef individual and class Interests Interestsuntil Interestsuntil ts tsuntil
until it has become the creator of ofcountless ofcouatle5s ofcountless
countless unearned fortunes and the theshelter thesbeltei thesbelter
shelter of huge combinations of cap capital capItal capital ¬
ital organized organlz d In the fbrm of trusts trustswhich trustswhich trustswhich
which are strangling competition in inmany Inmany Inmany
many of our Industries destroying in individual inmvkiual individual ¬
dividual effort crushing crusldn ambition ambitionlargely ambitionlargely ambitionlargely
largely in every line of industry and andalready andalready
already acquiring a power which en enables enables ¬
ables them to dictate in their own In Interests Interests Interests ¬
terests the th prices of labor and of raw rawmaterial rawmaterial
material and the cost of finished finishedproducts finishedproducts
products productsThat productsThat productsThat
That seems to cover the tariff ques question qtiesfloit ¬
tion except e cetJt that the convention should shouldHave shouldan shouldhaYs
Have declared in favor of the imme immediate immediate ¬
diate abolishment of the tariff now nowlevied nowlevied nowlevied
levied on articles that come into born bompetition bornpetition tompetition
petition with trustmade tnhltm de products The Theplatform Theplatform Theplatform
platform that simply denounces an anevil auvll aneil
evil vll without pointing out a remedy remedycannot remedycaanot remodcannot
cannot be called constructive The Theplatform Theplafonu Theplatfofra
platform very properly points out the theevils theevils theevils
evils in the financial legislation 1egi latIon pro propoeeCrbjr proP proposoiW
poeeCrbjr P Senator S atQr Aldrich as follows followsWe foliowsWe followsWe
We protest against the plan pre presented present peesentEtd ¬
sented sent in the Aldrich bill recently be before beforethe before ¬
fore forethe the United States senate by bywlikfh bywh bywh1h
wlikfh wh the mon f of the nation natlonshaU natlonshaUbe shall shallbe shallbe
be loaned to t JcapltaJiats t capitaJtsts upon the bonds bondsand bondsaDd bondsand
and aDd securities ec r1t1es of private corporations corporationsas
as an effort to give value and stability stabilityto
to watered bonds and securities s of ofcorporations ofcorporttons ofcorporations
corporations and trusts many of welch wnichare wnlchare welchare
are maintaining monopolies In deflaiww deflaiwwof defian defianoC
of law lawand and nubile sentiment sentimentThese senUmentT
These T se e are the chief features fe tures of the theplatform thepItton thepiatfornt
platform and the Democrats of Iowa Iowashould Iowa IowaaMuld Iowanhould
should be able to go before the people peopleand peopleaDd peopleand
and make a good fight fightPresident fightPresIdent fightPresident
fightQ Q
President Roosevelt in a letter to the theattorney theatto theattorney
attorney atto general gays ys the men who whoare whoare whoare
are proven guilty of frauds In the poet tomce postotlice poetoffice
office department whether w ether1n in or out outof outof outof
of the service new new must must be punished punishedMay P1I11 nunishedMay bed bed1IIay
May we respectfully remind the pres president presHlent prosMeet ¬
Meet of his own statement that words wordsare wordsare wordsare
are good when backed up by deeds deedsand deedsand i iaDd
and only then The public has now nowreached nowreached I Ireached
reached the xriace Iace where It is asking askingto I
to be showedThe showed showedT owoo
ca caIdrald 1
T The > e Herald Idrald doesnt profess a profound profoundknowledge profoundkn I
knowledge ImdwJ kn wledje ofthe Jaw but therein considerable con eonsiderable ¬
siderable sound common sense in CORI the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of the Utah supreme court to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that when a man has ac acquired aequlred acquired ¬
quired a homestead right that right rightcannot rightcannot rightc5nnot
cannot cannotIbe Ibe be taken away from him himthrough himthrough himthrough
through a subsequent grant of the thesame theme theSame
Same same me land by the government t to a rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road corporation corporationThe corporationThe
corporationen
en enThe
The Democrats DemOcrats of Boise can hardly hardlydo
do betterthan better than n indorse J H Hawley Hawleythe Hawleytile Hawiythe
the nominee nOJ l tee of the Union Labor party partyfor partyfor partyfor
for mayor may r air Ir Hawley is a Democrat DemocratwhoIs Deiocratwho t twlao18
whoIs who is well known without as well as aswithin aswIthin aswithin
within Iris city and state If elected electedH ed edlie
lie H wHf worS4inty Surely make a capable official officialJ
J Pterpont Morgan refused to dis disuse disCU8 diecuss ¬
cuss use the reorganization of the Inter Interational International International
national Mercantile Marine company on onis onhie onhis
his is return from Europe > e It Is just justossIWe justposs justpossible
poss possible ossIWe Ie > that t he hasnt nt yet succeeded succeededIn
In n getting rid of all of his stock in inhat Inthat inthat
that corporation corporationWilliam cOrporationWOllam c rporafionWil1iam
cOrporationI I
William Nemo was shot and killed killedte killedlte killedlate
late te last night by Mrs Delia D lla Kirk in inlodging Inlod ina
a lodging lod ng house after he had choked
<
i her er Into insensibility iJJseDs1blU says a aMonre Montana Montanadispatch Montausdispatch
dispatch tI1 patch We shudder to think ofwhat ofwhatMrs othatMrs
I
Mrs Kirk might have done if she had hadbegun hadbegun badbegun
begun shooting before she became in insensible Inse Inseasille ¬
sensible sensiblePVem se seasilleFrom I III
From Fn m New York II comes a repetition repetitionOf rep tlUon tlUonthe 1
Of t the old report xep rt that Charles Ch rle M MSchwab MSchwa MSchwab
Schwab Is to retire or 0 be 1e retired from fromthe fromj fromjthe fromthe
the presidency of f the steel ste teeI el trust tru t If IfMr I IMr IfMr
Mr Schwab knows a good thing in the thesalary thesalary thesalary
salary line and we believe he does he hewill hewin hewill
will wait until he as I is s shoved shovedFormer shovedFenner shovedPartner
Former Lieutenant Governor Tillman Tillmanof
of C South Carolina who murdered Edi Editor Bdttot ¬ I
tor Gonzales wants a change of oCvenue otlvunueon venue venueon 1 1on
on account aceOUftt of alleged prejudice Hell Hellhave F Heflhave n nbve
have to get clear out of the United UnitedStates UaIt UnitedStates < j jSttcs
States If he hoses ho > es to escape that fail lailing IailinC faillug
inC j jAt
At AiSan San Juan Porto Rico a mob mobcomposed mobcomposed mobcomposed
composed of 30b people pe ple who had been beenrefused beenrefused beenrefused
refused free tickets came near vreck wrecking vrecking VreckIng ¬
ing a circus The most insistent per person person person ¬
son in the world is the pass fiend but butwe butwe butwe
we never thought thoughtbedo hedaso he O that th t far farHeres farHeres
0 0Heres
Heres the therJght right hand ha d of fellowsHI fellowsHIto fellowshIp fellowshIpto
to Sir Thomas Thom s Lipton LiPtonwhose whose arrlvi arrlviin arrtalIn
in New York was chronicled in the thedispatches thedl thedispatches
dispatches dl published p bUshed yesterday We Wefee Wefeet Wefeet
feet very much like saying Good luck luckto luckto luckto
to you youYale youYale youYale
g
Yale has Just conferred a degree on onMinister onMinister onMinister
Minister Herbert Bo Bowen wen bat let us ushope usope UShope
hope ope he will still = ref refu refuse use to wear a coat coatwhen coatwhen coatwhen
when he enters ent rs the th diplomatic arena arenaagain arenaagain atenaagain
again againThe againThe againThe
The negress whO endeavored to com commit commit coinmit ¬
mit suicide by eating the heads of a anumber anumber anumber
number of matches was as evidently try trying trying trying ¬
ing to frameup a hot time for herself herselfOnly h herselfOnly elf
0 0Only
Only five pounds were left of the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro burned burned by the Delaware mob mobNo mobNo mobNo
No body of southern lynchers could couldhave couldbave couldhave
have done a cleaner clea er piece of wok weujkHave w wC woko wokHave
C o 0 0Have
Have you noticed that the days ar argetting are arettlag areettlng
getting ttlag shorter But of course cou e yo yohave you youbave youhave
have bave If you nave to meet a nOfa nOfaA nQ nQSOCIETY nqtOa
a en enI
+
I SOCIETY SOCIETYw I IA
w w wA
A very pretty wedding and one onemuck of ofmuch qt qtmuck
muck interest inter t to a large circle o ofriends of offriends offriends
friends was 8s that of Miss Nora Thorn Thornberg Thornberg Thornberg
berg and Mr Reuben Farr Farrwhlch which took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place at the home of tne brides par parents parents parents ¬
ents yesterday evening At 6 oclock Goclockthe oclockthe oclockthe
the bride on the arm of her father fatherattended fatherattended fatherattended
attended by Miss nss Anna Murray as asbridesmaid asbrldSJI1a1d asbridesmaid
bridesmaid and Miss Bernice Davlson Davlsonas D Davisonas vlson vlsonas
as maid of honor was met by the thegroom thegroom thegroom
groom and his best man Mr A T TThornberg TTbornberg TThornberg
Thornberg in the parlor where the theceremony theceremollY theceremony
ceremony was performed by Bishop BishopO
O F Whitney The house was beau beautifully Mautifully beautifully ¬
tifully decorated throughout with a aquantity aquantlt aquantity
quantity of palms and spring flowers flowerswhile finweP3while flowerswhile
while a pink and white color scheme schemepredominated schemepredominated schemepredominated
predominated being carried out with withpink withpink withpink
pink and white roses and carnations carnationsAn
An orchestra tra furnished music during duringthe dUJlngthe dungthe
the evening The bride wore a gown gownof gownof gownof
of white etamine with trimming trimmIn of oflace oflace oflace
lace over taffeta Miss Murray wasowned was wasgowned wasgowned
gowned owned in cream voile and little Miss MissDavison i1issDvIson iiss iissDavison
Davison wore a dainty dress of white whiteembroidered whiteembroidered whiteembroidered
embroidered swiss swissAfter swissAtter swissAfter
After the ceremony the bride and andgroom andgroom andgroom
groom were assisted t in entertaining entertainingtheir entertainingtheir entertainingtheir
their friends from 8 until 10 by Miss MissBee MIssBee MissBee
Bee Wilkinson Mr Robert R Hays Haysand Hasand flaysand
and Miss Margaret Thornberg Punch Punchwas P Punchwas nch nchwas
was served by Miss Ella Thornbetfg ThornbetfgMiss ThornQerMJss ThorulerMiss
Miss Thornberg is a daughter of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs B F Thornberg whlle whlIeMr whlIeMrliais Mr MrFarr 111Jrauis
Farr Jrauis IB a popular young man ntanc connected connectedwini connectedwith nn 5ted 5tedwtell
with the WHiesHornedrugstore WIllesHornedrugstoreandboth WillosHorne drug store and andboth andboth
both have a host of friends who wish wishthem wIshthem wishthem
them much happiness Mr and Mrs MrsFarr 2oIrsFarr MrsParr
Farr will be at home after Sept 1 at af a
862 East Fifth South SouthThe SouthThe
0 0The
The wedding of > Miss Florence Pratt Prattand PrattaDd Prattand
and Mr Earl Leaver was waS solemnized solemnizedyesterday solemnIzedyesterday solemnizedyesterday
yesterday in the th temple and was wa fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed last night by areception a r ept1on at attlw attlwhome the thehome tbehome
home of Mr and Mrs 1 Irs Frank Newton NewtonThe NQwlonTbe NwtonThe
The Newton home was vas prettily decor decorated de debrated r rated ¬
ated for the occasion In the draping dratfingroom drawtngroom drapingroom
room a large American flag was draped drapedand d drapedand ped pedand
and many American Amerlc n Beauty Beaut roses ro es jidd jidded Jidded added
ed to the artistic effect in red which whichwas isbichwas hlchwas
was also the color C lor for the dining dlqinGrcom dlqinGrcomThe diin room roomThe roomThe
The reception recetIonroom room was in blue The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride and groom were assisted in ingreeting Ingreeting ingreeting
greeting their friends by Mr and andFrank Irs drsFrank IrsFrank
Frank Newton Mrs Mr Leaver and Dr Drand Drand Drand
and Mrs Stauffer Mr and andMrs andMrsLeaver Mrs MrsLeaver MrsLeaver
Leaver will be at at home at 73 North NorthSecond NorthSeaond N rth rthSecond
Second West after at rJuly July 15 15Mrs 15Mrs 15Mrs
Mrs Kenneth Evans E s and Miss Ryan Ryanwere Ryanwere Ryanwere
were guests of honor at a dainty and andinformal andInformtil andinforspal
informal affair given J ven yesterday after afterneon aftvneon afterneon
neon by Miss Helen Halm About Abouttwenty Abouttwenty Abouttwenty
twenty guests were invited and a aflower aflower aflower
flower game was played at which Miss MissCarrie MIsSCarrie MISCarrie
Carrie Sapplngton won the prize prizeMrs prlzMrs
0 0Mrs
Mrs Walter Scott entertained at ata atapleasant a apleasant apleasant
pleasant afternoon at cards yesterday
The rooms were made very attractive attractivewith attacUvewith attractivewith
with a wealth of lovely roses and the theguests theguests theguests
guests played at six tables The tallies talliesand talllE5and taUi taUiand
and s score < ore cards were handpainted handp intedand intedandat and andat andat
at the he end ofthe of the game of sixtythree sixtythreeprizes sixtythreeprizes sixtythreeprizes
prizes were awarded to Mrs W V VRice VRice VRice
Rice and Mrs A C C Smith Mrs Scott Scottwas Scottwas Scottwas
was assisted in serving refreshments refreshmentsby
V by Miss Farrell and Miss Lila Farrell FarrellMr FarrellMr FarrellMr
Mr Billie Burk took a party part of ofeight ofeIght ofeight
eight to the Salt Palace Pala < e Wednesday Wednesdayevening W WeInesddyevening necd y yevening
evening t tand and afterwards entertained entertainedthem entertainedthem entertainedthem
them at supper supperThe supperThe
00 00The
The Misses Cosgriff will give a athe atheatre atheatre the theatre ¬
atre party tonight for Miss Edna Don Donnelian Donneflan oh ohne1ln
nelian nelianMrs ne1lnMrs neflanMrs
a
Mrs Priscllla Pri elUa Jennings will enter entertain entertain entertam ¬
tain tam at a tea this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonV fternoonThe
0 0The
V
The Misses KInney Kinneya1 are as at home to totheir totheir totheir
their friends after therest th rest of the th sum summer sumr sumrner ¬
mer r at M S F street Miss Agnes KInney KInneyand Kinneyand
and Mr Joseph Kinney V are expected expectedhome expectedborne
home from school in the east shortly shortlyMiss shortlyKIss
0 0Miss
Miss Olive Flemming of Champaign ChampaignHI
HI is spending the summer with her hersister herJ32xt herotster
= sister Mrs H J Burt J32xt at 381 81 Fourth Fourthstreet FourthV FourthV o rtb rtbjf
V
street streetMr >
V jf
Mr 1 and ant Mrs M A Breeden Bre en oid a1ddaughterFannie < oiddaughter uiddaugltterFannle
daughter daughterFannie Fannie have returned from r m a aten aten aten
ten days trip to Kansas City CityMiss I IKiss
0 0 0 0Miss
Miss Laura Bird will entertain en t fn at atcards atcards atcards
cards this evening evenl ng in Compliment to toMiss toMiss
Miss Sayer who is her guest guestMrs guestit I
it itXrs 00 00Mrs >
Mrs J J Daynes DaYn S and Mrs Irs rs H G GMcEwan GMcEW1LD GMcEwan
McEwan were hostesses at an enjoya enjoyaseventy enjiyable
ble 8 oclock te teWednesday < Vedn sday afternoon aftemoonat
at which abOUt aboufsventy > seventy s venty guests S sts were wereThe werepresent werepresent
present presentThe it itV
V V VThe
0 0
The members of p St Marks choir will willhave willhave wilthave
have an outin o1t1ng1Lt at Lagoon Lag on next Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day
iVV it itThe C CThe
The Misses MfssesKinne KInney KInne entertained enrt 1ned at a acircus acIrcus aclrcs
circus party laitnight laSt night uightfnbOnor fnahpnor rn honor of OfMiss OfMissVEdnft Miss MissEdna MissEc1I1
Edna Donnellan Donnel1iiilMrs DonnellanMrs n V V VV
V v V VMrs
Mrs Joseph Jenkins Is rapidly recov recovering re recoserjng ov ¬
ering er ng from her recent illness and is isnow Isnow isnow
now able to see her friends atthe attheHol attheHolCross Holy
Cross hospital hospitalMrs bospltalw
V w 04 04Mrs
Mrs C c V E Richards and children wilt wiltleave wllIleaVe willleave
leave about the middle of July for forColorado forColorado forColorado
Colorado Springs SpringsMiss SprIngsMiss V VV VV VMine V V
Miss Isabella IS8b lle Brown and V Mr C C CSloan
V Sloan were marriedaf mard dat2 234 Iforth N ith Sixth SixthWest SixthWest SiXthWest
West street last night the Rev Dr DrFmkerten DrPInkerton Dri DriFinkerten <
PInkerton offlciatingri offltl om latth tlD tlDz V VV VV V V <
z
4
J
it itjr
nt
jr it O On PtJiRK S
Amin n we V have haveVgot ftgot got to tlHlt that time of year yearWhen ear earWMn
When the cracicers abroad in the landThe l landThe land ndThe
The concussions c concusM that loudly resound in intbe int1aeear inthe
the t1aeear t1aeearProve erProve ear earProve
Prove the glorious giari ti us Fourth near at hand handThe bandT handThe
The horses are climbing the telephone telephonepoles telephoneNerveuspeoplearo telephonepoles
poles polesNervous polesNervona
Nervous Nerveuspeoplearo people are Quaking quaki g with fear fearBut fear1It fearBut
But the th sottix s9end 4 q th tle cracker crackerUl still mer merniy mernly suerriVly
niy rolls rollsPer rollsPorWAve V V VV
V Per PorWAve Xftve ave get to that time of o the year yeari yearThe
i The coroners cor r ne ners s jury j In the case of ofLittleneld ofLtttiefield
Littleneld finds that the man is dead deadaad deadthere deadaUd
aad that there was carbolic acid in inhis inhis
his system systemThat V VV VVVThat V i iThat
That colored man man who was slashed slashedby slashedby I
by a 1880rht1j1C1ihan razor in tjieuhandg of otawhite a white whiteman whiteman
man ha ha a V doublegrievance do dobble blegrleJal deasice ce V He not notonly notonly I Ionly
only was was 1Is wounded but he suffered thj thjhumiliation th thhumiliation
humiliation of seeing the honored honoredweapon bonoredwe honoredwenpois
weapon we pon of ofV ofhis V his race wielded by b white whitetrasn whitetrasti hlte hltettasu
trasn trasnThe ttasuThe V V V VThe
The young o g lady had been a bride brideseveral brideae brideseveral
several ae rar weeks W ks before hef re this happened happenedIt
It seems that the day of V the wedding weddingkindmeaning weddingkladmeanlng weddingkindmeaning
kindmeaning friends had visited her hertrunk hertrunk hertrunk
trunk and its contents with copious copiousquantities copiousI copiousquantities
quantities of rice That was only to tobe tobe tobe
I be expected and little by b little she shegot sheI shegot
got the stuff pretty well cleaned out outBy outBy Outfly
I By the tiattne time they returned to t Salt Lake Lakefnom Lako1fMm Lakemoat
moat their wedding tour she thought thoughtshe thoughtshe
she had seen the last of the rice The Theetfear Theetit Theet
etit et etfear day she 1j went down town and andtook andtook andtook
took with her an umbrella that had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been left athome at home when they the left on onthe onthe Onthe
the honeymoon She had just emerged emergedfrom emergedfrom emergedfrom
from the postofflce ItOst fflce and finding the thesun thes1IJft thesn
sun rather strong stron thought she wouH wouHraise wou11raise wouli1a
raise 1a the umbrella ul hrelia She raised it and andwas andwas andwas
was was forthwith deluged with a pounl pounlor PoUfl PoUflor
or two of ri rice e that friends had placed placedinside plac placeiipnld d dInsld
inside the umbrella And she was wasfront n nfront nfrent
front of the postoffice you understand understandwith understandwith
with 1th a big crowd about her and It was wasa wasa 5 5a l
a trine embarrassing you see and she shedidnt shedidnt shedidnt
didnt like Uk it much muchAn muchAn muchAn
An eyewitness eye tness to b the the following oc occurrence OCcurrence
currence at Lagoon a few days sine siniesays sin sinesay e esa
says sa the trepidation of Hy Dunne was wassomething wasI wassomething
I somet something lag tremendpus Dr Eindsay Eindsayand I
and Hy a were ere re engaged in the soul soulstirring 80ulI
I stirring occupation of casting popcorn popcornto
to the bears be bearsthe rs in the pit at Lagoon LagoonSys Lagoon1ifiY Lagoonye
Sys ye the eyewitness ey 1fitness V when suddenly suddenlywithout suddenlYwJt suddenlywithout
without wJt out warning Dr Lindsays new newstraw newstraw newstraw
straw hat fell fel1lnto into the pit V Git away awayfrum awa awafr awayfruin
frum fr m tharV thar shouted Hy to the bears bearsDont bearsDont bearsDont
Dont you you never tech that hat It Itbelongs ItlongS ItVbIOTigU
belongs longS to my friend here The doc docter docter doctsr
ter remained calm throughout but Hy Hywasin HvwaS IDwain
wasin waS lna Va a terrible way Dashing fran frantically franUcally frantically ¬
tically around to the other side of the thepit thepit thepit
pit where the hat had rolled he ad admonished admonl8bed admonisbed ¬
monished the bears to mind their own ownbusiness own ownbusiness I Ibualness
business and let that hat be The Thebears Th Thebears I
bears probably as much to pester Hy Hyas Hyas I
as anything would w uld come forth one at ata ata ata
a time and give the hat a playful slap slapretiring slapretiring slapretiring
retiring to the other side of the Pit PitImmediately pitJmmedlately I IImmediately
Immediately when Hy lifted up his hisVoice I
1 Voice ttlce in condemnation This went on onfor ontor onfor
for a long io g while each bear taking takingcraek takingcrack J Jcraekor
crack craekor or two at the hat and Hy dan dancing dandug i iclng
dug around arounc in V franticrage frantic rage Had not notthe notthe I
I the doctor restrained him it is likely likelyHy likelyHy t
Hy would have jumped In the pit and andat andat an3at
at the risk of his life rescued the hat hatBystanders hatBystaifders I IBystanders
Bystanders hurried h rrled away to flnd the thelion thelion thelion
lion tamer and the hat was recovered recoveredIn
In a badly damaged condition Hy Hywas Hywas I
was soothed a dinky little cap was wasproduced wasI Wasproduced
I produced to enable the doctor to escape escapesunstroke escapesi1 escapesunstroke
sunstroke si1 troke on nthe the wayhome and peace peacewas peacewas I Iwas
I was again restored Hy reserves the theright tb tbI theright I Ii
right to criticise the bears at any time timehereafter
I 1 hereafter Sld id d V has adaised a adVIsed ised the t1 e doctor doctorto I II
i to add the aamased ma ed hat 1 at to his collec collection coneetion collection ¬
I tion of curios a UlUnfg talU 1S visitors sitors Yes Yesthat YesI Yesthat
that hat was torn to pieces piecesb V by b bears bearsbut bearsbut bearsbut
I but I escaped unhurt unhurtThe unhurtThe unhurtThe V V
l W WH WH WH
The last la t legislature remarked
did didmany didj didmpy
tIlcInl1y yesterday
H Dale judicially j
j many tUnsfcfinnynrfalcn thinga m blcb I withhold my myapproval m m1aPi myapproval
approval > ioVal iSS im iill it left several tle ral other otherthings othertqlngs othertlings
in uncompleted upcompletedstate ompleted state For Forinstance ForInstapce ForI
1aPi things p V
instance It i jfcanged aIged the name namethe V of ° the theinsane theIn88ne theI
I
I insane asylum to State Mental Hos Hospital HosI Ilospital ¬
pital but so VVVV far as I am informed informedof informedothiig I Iothi
I othi othiig Wag sI aaidot Of changing the name nameof nameof
of the thepenltent1ery penitentiary to State Moral MoralInsult MoralHspftal
Mas Hspftal ial V tYry ry witty remark Yes YesI
I rather u1 thinl 11E so 1 have been study studyIn studyIng
Insult In Ing It up uPVtrsincethelegISlatur ever since the legislature ad adjourned adjc adjedrued ¬
journed journedLatest jc jedruedLatst rned rnedLatst
Latst advices a vlces from the opposing opposingoamps opposingijmps opposingqamps
are to the effect that while whilehostile ne no nonOUle nohotIie > °
oamps
hostile movement may be looked loo ed for forwithin forwithin forwithin
within the next few days both Mc Mchearsinff McKay McKay
are carefully te tehear ieherstfli
Kay and GlILuqu GIUqUeVare
hear hearsinff tng th thbreak their vo4bularles and may maybreak maybreak
break out again shortly shortlyNot shortlyNot shortlyNot
Not to be bfs outdone in the matter of ofpoetoffice ofpoetoilke < t tvoetemce
poetoffice scandals pne on m of thleading thleadingwith the leading leadingcounties leadingcountie
counties of Utab his co come forward forwardwith forwardwith
with Its complaint as the following followingsentle followingOtJe followingpentle
sentle OtJe remark from the Emery County CountyP CountySince CountyProg1e5s CountyProgress
P Progress shows showsSince showsSince
Since making our little kick con concerning concerning concorning ¬
cerning the damnable mnable manner the mail mailSalt matf maflis
Emery county an anSalt anSalt
1 haU4lJed between
has hasbaan hash hasbeen
Salt Lake City the Progress man
been h l1 accosted aceOstedhY by dozens of the leading leadingcitizens 1eadlngcitizens leadingcitizens
citizens of timery inseryVdounty ery county who endorse endorsethe endorsethe ndorsethe
the kick and cite numerous Instances Instanceswherein Instanceswherein Instanceswherein
the theabominable theabominable theabominable
suffered from
wherein they have ave
abominable manner the th mail sent down downhere donhere donshere
here Is mishandled mishandledA mishandledtA
A ridec who w wh o rode on 0 the bicycle biCY 01 c track trackHad trackHwon trackBad
Had Hwon won ironVnearly nearly all of Wa races racoshis racesWhen cas casWhen
tA When his wheel struck tr1ck a crack crackThrew crackThrew crackThrew
Threw him off on his back backAnd backABd backAnd
And he rolled mor mora than 100 paces pacesThird DRCesThird pacesThird
Third Assistant i6taIt Postoffice1 V General GeneralMadden GeneralMadden GeneralMadden
Madden lnyit iayls iaylsVpople < p people to search him himRev himRev himRev
Rev RoblJ RO Robt A E BJwood EliV Blvqood Od of Wil Wilmington Wiliningtofl 11 11mlngtqn ¬
mington sasfatnat Ithat It there ere JS Is nothing nothingelse nothing nothingelethat nothingelse
else elethat that catpossibly oan ca DOI possibly ly be done it is isall isaU Issit
all right toJlynchr to lynch ynclvV people peopleUtah pqoplJta11 peoplejtal
Utah Is f tf < install lI15t lla B gold mine at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis 6 fast V onethere one one there disap disappeared di8appear disappeared ¬
peared pear d whenuthemunicipal wh wbeltthe the municipal grafters grafiterswere graftersWerE grafterswore
V VV
were pinched pinchedWell pinchedWeU
V Well Dr Leilich has taken one trick trickanyway trIcknYWaY trickanyway
anyway in securing the pastorate of ofillff otDtrt ofIII
illff III church for one of his adherents adherentsIt
It t is seldom that Gimlin who bas hasrjust basjust baajust
just broken V into the t e baseball arena1 arena1in arena arenaIn arenaIn
in Utah again assumes the role of ofa Jftory tata
a a story teller but b t once in a while whilehe wbilehe whilehe
he gets warmed i up p and releases one oneA oneA oneA
A few days ago he told the follow following foUovIng following ¬
ing it was several seYera years ago this thishappened thishaPpened thishappened
happened Billy McCausland and I Iwere j jwere
were on the same team then and we wewere weweie I Iwere
were playing plt yjng a game in Texas We Wehad Wehad Wehad I
had a good crowd Inside the fence and anda
a lot more on the fence Among the thelatter theIatter thelatter
latter was one fat old colored man manwho manwbo manwho
who sat on top of the fence away over overtorigiU ov overhi r rm
torigiU m Ji TIgII t field fi 1d near the e foul line He Hewas Hewas Hhwas
was ah an immense old fellow and was wassheltered wassheltered wassheltered
sheltered trom the sun by a huge yet yellow yetlow el ellow ¬
low umbrella which concealed his face facefrom facefrom facefrom
from from the crowd inside Billy came up upto upto upto
to bat toward the end of the game gameand gamean gameanti
and an met a fast fas fasts straight ball fair In Inthe Inthe inthe
the face Billy used 1s d to hit them hard hardin bardin hardin
in those days and he gave ga ye this ball balla
a crack that might have been heard heardhalf heardhalf heardhalf
half a mile away It flew away from fromtheplate fromtbeplte fromtheplate
theplate like a bulletone of f the fast fastest fastest fastest ¬
est and hardest line drives I ever sawi sawitn saw sawIn sawin
In my life Before anyone In the thegrandstand thegran4stJanddiscovered thegrandstand
grandstand gran4stJanddiscovered discovered the direction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ban there came came a yell from right rightfield rIghtfield rightfield
field and they saw the umbrella umbrellaand umbrellaandlegs and andlegs andlegs
legs of the big coon just vanishing over overthe overthe overthe
the fence The ball had hit him right rightin
in the middle of the stomach and he henever heneer henever
never showed up again It was a ahome ahome ahome
home run of course cou and we never did didlearn didlearn didlearn
learn what w at became of the ball after afterit
it was dug out ofthe of the coon Did we wewhi wewin wewin
win the e game Of course we won the thegame thegame thegame
game Hitting like that would win winany winany winany
any game wouldnt it itKewPitepiJJJpP USOZOOOl1 itSOZODONT
SOZOOOl1 SOZOOOl1JGoth
JGoth Powder PowderCroqpautltynd
0
KewPitepiJJJpP e t ti Can an Comitaro c Croqpautltynd quantity Uty UtyJ and
r
J
4
tJ TIH1 uJMID uri > uP uPThe 11 11V
1fIRl QU V V Lr9Ly 0 LS LSThe
The great halfprice sale at KoithO K ithQ3rien Brien Companys oIDpnr s is s stillin still n force Everybodv is talking about aboutthe aboutthe
the dependability of the reductions reductionsWe V VV VV VWe V
We invite attention to these new specialties for children childrenAges childrenCCIHmL childrenWAII11
V
CCIHmL WS W WAII11 A IHI D AT IHIJLW II = IIALWAges mlC mlCAges
Ages 2 i to 14 years A large and carefully assorted line of o V lUe l e little dresses for nice little children V
Mothers cant make them at an advantage when our ou roundup prices pricJSaro aro half of the usual Uualones ones But come comedown comeI comedown V
down and A d see theline tho ino and we will talk it over ovor Come early These are busy days you know knowThey knowThey knowThey
They are made of organdies lawn Madras cloth cheviot chevj t percales and chambray chnmbra tho colors are
I light and dark and trimmed with braid and lace nce The style arc sailor Russian and dress < offsets Here Herecomes Herecomes p pcomes
comes the interesting part V VV VV VV < V V V
W VV WQW WQWW V
noOOS V Vc VWVl c
W WVl 1roS > S Ji kk kkVW 1f r5 r5Wt V
VW Wt Q S WW W 11 D 5
V V W n llo OOO9 OY W oOO oOOThese o V V
V V These These prices are simply for Friday and Saturday SaturdayThis Saturda Saturdat SaturdaIID V VV VV V
V t W WV
V
V IID Ql S ll IHTillf 1f o oThis V VV VThis
V
This sate will continue until the Fourth of July The half price line embraces Melange Mo Mohairs Mohairs Mohairs ¬
hairs AH Wool Canvas Canv s Cloth Mixed Wool Suitings Mohair Checks and Stripes Etamine V Molanges MelangesSatin MolangesSatin MolangesSatin
Satin Stripe Ghallies and on through a line of rare fabrics At prevailing prices one can well w II afford to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy and lay the goods aside until untilfall fall In Silks splendid reductions occur Tho beautiful range of im imported imported imported ¬
ported fabrics at the present prices awaken keenest enthusiasm enthusiasmMag enthusiasmRtlI V
VV RtlI W1IDM Wthmi 1n Thillilll o = 1fm W Wi WiMunrvel mm ll lS t oc ocM
Mag M Munrvel arvel at the success we are rc making in the half off sals In JilfensFurnis Mens Furniskings ingsNo o sale se for men menhas menhas menhas
has aroused arous a V deeper interest interestThe interestThe
V f fThe
The lines lin being all new and extensive in ill assortnients still Offer ffer desirable opportunities oppor In Neck 2feckwear Neckwear eck V Vwear
wear fashionable patterns pa erns are displayed A new shipment of neckwear has just arrived arri and has bean bMnad bMnadded ad added added ¬
ded to the sale saleLadies saleLulieW V VV VV VLadiea V
V
Ladies Stocks S Belts and Cuffs in complete eom leie sets worth orth from rrom100 tOO to 800 800 are now selling se1lin at 50 50cents 50cants 50cents
cents
V
V V VV VV VV = V V VLadies
V
Ladies and ndMens Menrs Belts from 75 5 cents to 300 300 3 00 now half price Dont forget the duett OlllMtdJollar Collar sold soldeverywhere soldeverywhere soldeverywhere
I
everywhere at 25 cents coatsnow iow half price ri e V V T V V VV V V
Wmn w h G 9 9IWf
4 IWf IfPice Priceo PriceoHaIf V
Half HalfPrice Price Prl e still prevails In White WhiteGoods WhiteGoods WhiteGoods
Goods and Wash Goods GoodsJoe Goods15e GoodsV GoodsThe V
Joe India Iud Linen only onlyh only20c 7c 7c20c c c20c
20c India Lta Lta Lined rt only only1e only1eIndlaLinenonly onlyiGc 10e 10e35c
35c India IndlaLinenonly Linen only onlySOc 12i 12lic 12lic30c c c30c
30c India LJaett LlIMIt only 16c 16cSeveral 1 c cSeeraI
Several SeeraI hutfdred remnants all very verydesirable verydesirable Terydesirable
desirable V length at very V lowest lowestfigures lowestfigures lowestfigures
figures In white and colored WashGoods WashGoods Wash WashGoods
Goods Remember this sale does not notlast notlast notlast
last beyond b yond the 4th 4t11so ao take advantage advantage3yard advantagenow
now now3yard V V3yard
V
3yard lengths 1engthsfAtr for Me l5 23c 45c 4 c 53c 53cOther 53cOther 5ZcOther
Other lengths 1e1 in proportion > LJnen Llnenor LlnenorsuttiDJ Linep for forsuitings forsultings
suitings cut In twe63c two tw V V65c
63c 6 c for fo 32c 32c50c 32Ycroe 32etOe
roe for for45c 3Sc 3Sc45c
45c 4 e for forfSc 22fce 22fce25c Yc Yc5c
25c for ilSVic c
SALTLAKTUATR SALTLAKTUATRfifO SAU IJtKTHATR IJtKTHATRoio
fifO D PYPER Manager ManagerAnd ManagerAMELIA ManagerBINCHM
AMELIA BINGHAr BINGHArAnd
And the best Englishspeaking company companyin companIn
V in America AmefkaNew New York Times TimesTONIGHT TImesTONIGHT TimesTONI6IIT
TONIGHT TONIGHTBy TONIGHTA TONI6IITA
A Modern MagdiJlcn MagdiJlcnBy
By Haddon Chambers ChambersMatinee ChambersMatmee ChambersV
V Matinee Tomorrow TomorrowBy TomorrowjVtI r rTU
TU CLIM8fRS CLIM8fRSBy
By Clyde Fitch PitchTomorrow FitchTomorrow FitchTomorrow
Tomorrow Wight WightfBy ight ightlw igVhtBy
fBy Special Arrangement ArrangementBr ArranScmentJOE ArrangementTffJ
JOE TffJ BilSKY MRS JOHNSON JOHNSONBy
V V
By Clyde Fitch FitchWITHK FitchWITH FitchIVITH
V
V
WITH WITHWIlton IVITHWilton WITHKWilton V
Wilton Lackaye V Bijou Fernandez FernandezJames FernandezJain FernandezJainea
James Jain < Qlpew V VV VFrances V Frances V RibS RlhffJames RibSJames RihgJames
James Kearney Adtdyn Wesley WesleyMaude Wesl WesleyMaude Y YMaude
Maude T Cordon n Helene Lackaye LackayeOarl LackayeOftrI LackayerI
Oarl rI St Aubyn Georgia Cross CrossW CrossW CrossW
W L Ablngdon Lillian Wright WrightErnest WnghtErnest WrightErnest
Ernest Lawford Win MooreGeorfffr Moore 2oIooreGeor MooreGeorge
Georfffr Geor E Spink SpinkPrices SpinkPrlces SplnkPrices
Prices 26c 5Cto VtO to 5200 200 Seats St > S ort sale today todaySOCIETY todaySALT todaysVLTPLCE
SALT sVLTPLCE sVLTPLCEsoclEfY PALACE PALACESOCIETY
SOCIETY SOCIETY RESORT RESORT25c RESORTTUfA RESORTTtIATRCOMC
TUfA TtIATRCOMC TRf COMIC OrRA OrRA25c
V 25c and 50c 50cDowntog SOc8icycle V VBkycI
8icycle Races Tonight TonightDownIng TonightDowning
DownIng to Break BreakVOneMIe OneMile Worlds RecordDOWNING Record RecordDOWNING RecordDOWNING
DOWNING vs HOFMAN HOFR3ANMile HOFMANMile
Mile Heat Match Race RaceDancing RaceDancing RaceDancing
Dancing 25 cents per Couple CouplePALACE CouplePALACE CouplePALACE
PALACE Of ILLUSIONS ILLUSIONSCome
Come and see us if you wish to tolaugh tolaugh tolaugh
laugh laughSACRED laughSACRED laughSACRD
SACRED CONCERT GO CERT SUNDAY SUNDAYNlfiUT SUNDAYNlfiUTPI NIGHT NIGHTD
D PI P cture tA You want wantJourptc your plctoreframeC pIcture urefram ureframrlsht framed framedI
rlCCUIC I t LU I t right and ando vre < know how to do doEftrmec doFrames doF
Eftrmec It SOO o styles e em of monldlnga m to
Frames F eM
rraiilSS electtrom Mats M Mtetosiatck to match matchTfe Jt JtT V VTe
Tfe T JOHSUON Co 54 a V W Temple Salt 8al Lake Lake3BfcYou LakeYou LakeYou
3BfcYou You BeeJohnsoii all over the theprld prld orldt
t R t IIr IIrc
c = h <
W 30 9
w i
w 32 V
l11 Wl lID lIDHaif
Haif
o oWe
We have a few dozen V Sheets and andSlips aDdSlips andSlips
Slips V which we will close at the th sale saleprices saleprices saleprices
prices V This will be your last chance ohaaeeto ahaacebuy
to buy Sheets and a d Cases at such fig figComforts tlgures figures
ures uresComforts
V VComforts
uresj j
Comforts at put ClOt prices pricesfor for a a afewdays afewdaysVV few f w days dat9more daysCanton
more moreCanton more V VV VV VCanton V V
VV
Canton Flannels at at4c at4c at4c
4c 4c worth double the price price6c price6c
6c 60 worth wo double the price priceSc priceSe
V
Sc worth double the price pricelOc price1Oc pricelOc
lOc worth double the theV price pdcJtRJi
RJi U
V f19JnB fn o
V
S
i ire
We re have many short length l th towel towelings towelf towelingsreannants
ings f ingsreannants remnants of beautiful damask damasknapkins damasknap1d damasknapkins
napkins nap1d S in halfdozens V Turkey red reddamask reddaIINLqk reddamask
damask remnants etc and to dispose disposeof dls1Oeof V
of them we wilt mark them still low lower lower lower ¬
er We also offer an exceptional bar bargain bargaJn bargain ¬
gain in dice napkins very strong and anddurable anddurable anddurable
durable making an excellent napkin napkinfor napkinfor napkinfor
for children during fruit season seasonWhile sttasonWhile seasonWhile
While they last dozen Sic 5 Examine Examinethe Examinethe Bxaminethe
the bargains b rgatns on our remnant table table2yard tableyud table2yard
2yard yud full bleached 72inch 72inchdamsak iInehdamlSk inch inchdatnisk
damsak 147 1473yard l47 l473yard l4734yard
3yard extra heavy unMeached unMeacheddamask unltleechedd V Vdamask
damask d 175 1763yard 1753yard 1753yard
3yard full bleached 78Inch 75In b damask 157 1572yardfall 157ard 1572yardiulI
2yardfall ard tull bleached ble8 hed 72tech extra extraheavy extraheaT V Vheavy
heavy damask 8c 8cIYyard < c cSfcyard V
Sfcyard 3 extra heavy unbleached unbleedted6fineh nbeched08Inch
6 6fineh inca damask V 169 189l4y 1691iyazd
l4y 1 1iyazd Brd rd extra tra heavy unbleached unbleached0eIneh nableachedineh e4 e48lneh
0eIneh ineh damask 41e 41e13iyard 41cV1iyard e e15iyard
15iyard extra heavy fall bleached bleached72lnca bleachedilinch
72lnca damask 92 922yard M2yard
2yard extra heavy fail tuUlJIeacbe4l tuUlJIeacbe4llneh Weache Weache72inch I V V72inch
72inch lneh damask
T4ac ffili yj RJi iR 19 Fine shoes for womEn and cli1drcn < l drcn By fine Shoes We mean stylish styllsblr stylishLi
lr Li at W 7 9IHT L f1 lr 1 lr LLV V oetwear atreasonablepr atVroasonable Vprlce VprlceSA2 ces cesSALE V
SALE WLL C COTUI r WIt U UTL TL JuLy F FOIJThV FOIJThVV FOIJThVVV THo THoIP V VV VVii V
0 0 0V
ii
V V IP TDjKfl CCmr V
V VV V V JllJEy y yil
il
For a cool Iongride in inthe V Vthe
the evening t teke ke the c cai trs to toCalders toVCa1ders
Calders CaldersP J JPrk
P Prk rk I IFare
V V Fare Only 5 Cents CentsGood
Good music f for or the dancing dan ing good boats b atsfor for rV boat boating boating boating ¬
ing Kellys Kellysfa1J Vaudeville eville and Moving Pictures PicturesOther PicturesOther PicturesV
V Other attractions coming comingIT comingVVIZJcALDERSVj
VVIZJcALDERSVj VVIZJcALDERSVjV IT IS CALDER9S CALDER9St
V
VV
V
V
t + + + + + t + 4 + t + + + + V + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t ti + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4V 4VV
V
V VV VVII
+
i If You Really Want to to Enjoy YourselfSometime Yourself Ypur If Ift
+ +
t 4 V Sometime Som time you should come to toWhen toLa +
4 +
+ +
fT
fIagoofl ftfIagoofl + La ft oonj oonjWhen + +
+ When the children are there Youll enjoy enjoyJ enjoyseeing +
J seeing the way the kids romp romp and andtum tumble tumblealmost Je Jealmost
4 + almost as much as asthey they enjoy themselves themselvesROUND themselvest +
+ + V 4 V VROUND
V
+ +
t + ROUND TRIP FOR OR BIG FOLKS FOLKSJ 50 GENTS f fLITTLE 9 9LITTLE
J LITTLE FOLKS FOLKSVERY V V VV V 25 2 25VVCENTS 25VVCENTSt CENTS CENTSFREE F TS TSt
t VERY LITTLE LITTLEFOIKS FOLKS UNDER FIVE fREEt FREE FREETRAINS V
+ 4
V VV VVV
+ 4
+ V VV + 4
t V TRAINS LEAVE LEA VE V V
4 + V 4 V VV
V 630 900f 900 1100 A M 130 330 530 53 53063q1h73OP
+ + 03 630 63q1h73OP to 730 p Pl Plto II IIu M MV +
u V
+ 4 4T
T + + + + + + + + t t + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + t1 + + + + 1
V

xml | txt