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y THE SALT LAKE HERALD MOADAY SEPTEMBER 28 1903 I
HAUNfEDFLEETO HAUN HAUNTED ED FLEE TO TOFORT TOFORT
FORT DOUGLAS DOUGLASMaity
MaRt M lY Deserters De sertars Give Thfimaelvss ThfimaelvssUp T ThemeIveUp motvN motvNUp
Up at Post PostWERE Postt PostWERE PostWEREPUR9UEDBY
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WERE WEREPUR9UEDBY PURSUtO BY A SPIRITIT SPIRIT8OLi SPIRIT SPtRITsoigga
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IT BB1T3DIOT AB3COL33 AJlfOLDaGB08T AJlfOLDaGB08TThe CEHOBT CEHOBTThe GBOSTThe
The Lives LIT of the Haunted might m1 lht be bethe bethe b
I the title of a story based upon a astrange astrange aatrabge
strange superstition that is Raid to toexist toexiat ti
exist among deserters de rtera from the United UnitedStates Unlt d dtatf V
States 1J army ann This superstition up ntldon is that thatthe thatthe
3 the Bpirit ef the traitor Benedict Ar ArDold
nold haunts aunta him who deserts the ranks ranksof rankof I
of the boys in blue and torus his back backupon backupon beckupon
upon Old Q Glory lory and makes him wan wander wand Wandr ¬
der d r over the country like a hunted ani animal animal nl nlmat ¬
mal until he surrenders himself and andtakes andlakes
takes the punishment that befits bis b18crime bi bicrime
crime At Fort Douglas which has h the thereputation therepttaUon theZeputatlon
reputation for f receiving receivln more deserters desertersthan desertentban
than any other post in the country an anunusually anunusually
unusually large number of these men menhave meAhe menhave
have presented themselves them eht8 recently recentlyconfessed recentlyconfessed recentlyconfseed
confessed their disloyalty to the flag of oftheir oftheir ottheir
their country and asked to pay th t the pen peniUty penaUy penaMy
aMy The Influence that forces these thesemen thesen
men n to give ip 1 the libtrty an effort to toaeeur toeeuse
secure which they deserted de rted and volun voluntarily volUntarily ¬
tarily place themBPlveu behind the bars barsof baror I
of the guard houne how > and under the gun gunof gullof uu
uuV
of a prison prl > n guard has ha b ben n a mystery mysteryAccording myteryACordlng mysteryAccording V
According to the belief of some sol soldiers soldiers ¬
diers the th explanation Is that the spirit spiritof Irlt Irltor V
of If Arnold has been doomed to pay the thepenalty thepenalty thepenalty
penalty for his treachery by roaming roamlnllfthe
the face of the country haunting the thesteps thetep
steps of deserters and filling their theirhearts theirbf theirV
hearts bf > art with fear and nd misery until they theymay theymay theymay V
may shake oft the dogging Influence InfluenceSpirit InQuenceSpirlt InfluenceSpLrit
Spirit Ham the t e GuUty GuUtyAccording GuUtyAeeordfne
According Aceordin to the story of a soldier soldierat Soldier Soldierat
at Fort Douglas yesterday he who for forgets forgets ¬
gets his hi oath to Uncle Sam and for forsakes fortak ¬ V
sakes tak the blue baa no reat of body nor norpeace norptace
norI
peace of mind until he confesses his hisguilt hi higuilt hhV I
guilt and he has the bars between him himself hmlelf himself ¬ V
self and that mysterious something somethingthat somethingth somethingthat
that th t follows him wherever he goes goesSome BoetJBorne goesSome
Some strange Influence seems to be bewith bewith
with the deserter day and night step stepping IItepping stepping ¬
ping constantly In his footsteps and andconfronting ndcontrontlnc
confronting him at every turn said saidthis Id Idth18
saidI
this soldIer It cannot nnot not be driven drivenaway drivena driverV I
away a w It follows tol1o him from the high highway hahwayto highwayto ¬ V
way wayto to the darkest dar l dive and andglarEe glares at athim athim elhim
him always rway What it is I dont know knowbut knowbut knowhut
but the belief to among the supersti superstitious superatltlOU8 euperstitioti ¬
tious tioti that it is tbp spirt 8 lrt of Arnold ArnoldWhen ArnoldWht
When Wht > 1t the deserter tries hi to sleep this thisil1nu I
influence il1nu nee makes his conscience on d e burn thiet like liketire liketire lIk t
tire and fills his dreams with Ith fearful fearfuland fNrfuln fearfuland I
and n nd troubled d arvnes until he cannot cannotsleep canaot41Mp L Lscep
sleep He H sees ee the flag a and the ravfes ravfesho ra rahe
he has deserted confronting him Qa oRHery Qaevery e eevery L
every hand and they seem to mock mockhim mockhim mocluhim
him with th the word traitor He feels feelsas I I1I
as H 1I If wordlike the black mark that thatbranded thatbranded thatbranded
branded the murderer Cain were werestumped werestntPed werErtmped
stumped upon his h face where every everypassing everyPq ever everpa1nI
passing eye might see it If he trim trieto trlellto trimto
to run from it It to ever at his beets 1MeIaRnd heelsand beetsnnd
and wh w when n he stops It confronts confrontsIL hi hilIe him himII
II lIe Is afraid alra to look ay man IB the theface th thface
J face fat > e lest it should be 4 some one who whov whoould whctouI4
v touI4 ould recOgnize be him and declare him himto himto I Ito
to be b that which he Is I He becomes becomesroaming Deeontelllroamlnllt I Iroaming
roaming fear and superstition superstitionIfled person personified p18OnIned ¬
ified He H fears eant to close his hi eyes lest lestwhen L LV
when V hen he opens them he will 111 see a cur corporals oorPOtal1I curporats ¬ I
porals guard uard rd waiting ltlna to qsadiact dct t him himbark k kbark I Ibark
bark to face his disgrace dl ce And to be beraptured I Iraptured
raptured he knows means a long Ion term termin t tIn I IIn I
in prison disfranchIsement dlttra hlRment I Iof
as a citizen citizenof I Ior
of the United States and the inevitable inevitabledoom 1DI hmvltbkdoom ble
doom of being an outcast without withouthome wltheathome withouthome I
home country or honor honorSuch bonorPn
Pn I t tSuch
941lt 941ltSuch < V
Such thought OMh oIteoftrn often oondtIYe drly htm 1It t tSeek tfk teek
Seek eek fk release m drtnk But his as a it rule ruleonly r ronly i ionly
only makes mak It worse H Be trim to t wide 1aIcIeto hldato wideto
to forget his identity but he cant cantescape ean t t8pe I
Ir
escape > 8pe this Influence In uence He fights Oht vainly vainlyagainst vainlyagalnt vaInlyagainst r
against it until in a desperation he will willwalk winwalk I Iwalk
walk for miles to where he knows there t tJr Ijs
Js a fort The very sight of the bar barracks bArrallca bmrraekg ¬
racks seems to give ve relief and lie wel welcomes welome welP4fle5 ¬
comes ome the steelbarred cell And nd the theprison theprillOll thEprison
prison garb rb as a relief from the In Influence Influt1K Infiunce ¬
fluence that has dogged doc ed his steps night nightnnd Rlgbtand nightV
and day d7At v vAt V
4 At Fort 1I0rtDougla Douglas there is hardly a day daythat da7that da dathat
that some deserter rter does not surrender surrenderThe surrenderThe smrenderThe
The court for hearing such cases ckept Is Iskep kept keptbusy L I
busy In the last few months deserters desertersfrom deeertenfrom I Ifrom I
from every part t of the country have havewalked haveallle havwalbed
walked Into the tberd guard house hoUlleherJe houaehe Me Anne Anneare 80meare SomEare
are from Maine > o oa the th east and San1III San SanFrancisco ez ezFrancisco
1III Francisco co bn the west This Th poet ap appears a apears appears ¬
pears to be the central point JM lnt and by bythe bythe b r rthe
the time the deserters from both bot direc directions directions threetion ¬
tions tion reach h here they are ar ready to wet welcome wetV ¬
V 9 come the prison prisonHORNS prllIOnG prllIOnHORNS prisonV G
V HORNS END IS NEAR NEARWyoming NEARWyoming t tWyoming
Wyoming Murderer Expected to tobe tobe t tbe
be Given Death Ssntence Soon SoonDespite SoonDespite SoonDespite
Despite Laws law s Delays DelaysSpecial De DelaysIpecial ays ayspeclat
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraWJ HeraWJCbtyeaae HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Sept Z7 1supreme ZIThs The state statesupreme S Ssupreme
supreme court will meet next Wednesday Wednesdayand r rand
and it is expected will hand down do a de decision tiedioft ¬
det
cision in the Horn case at t that tUe tt tim If Ifthe Ifthe I t
the application of Horn for a new lie trial trialis triaIs
is denied and his attorneys do not ask askfor liltfor sal k
ka
V for a rehearing rI of their motion for a anew anew
I new trial then Horn will be sentenced to tol tobe t tbe D
l be > c banged He He11I 14 will probably be giver giverthirtyfive llivenhlrtyflve It
thirtyfive days In which to prepare p p1fI to todeath for fortltath todeath Itr r
death so that he would hang on or about aboutFriday aboutFrlda t
Friday Frlda Nov 6 I There may be a delay ot otH o oH f tf
H month mo 1th however for under thv tb Wyo Wyoming WyominI Wynnilug ¬
ming law Horns Horn attorneys attorn will Ill have havethirty havethirty C Cthirty
thirty days in which hkh to file their motion mottolhr
for a rehearing of the application for an another anoth another ¬
other oth r trial should they desire to do so soand BOand acIOd
and as there has all along been a dispo disposition dlsposltJQn disposition ¬
sition to gain time tJTh It is jexpected pectpd that thatthey thatwa tha t tttuy
they will take advantage n of this pro provision ¬
V vision of the law wa and wait k until u uftilt ftilt the c time tim e eV I Ilimit
V limit has almost expired > d and nd then hen a aMk ac acor k
for or the rehearing The > supreme court courtran Ourtfan cour couran <
ran an then decide tun th application Immedi Immediately ImmedlatI Immedintply ¬
ately atI or take the th matter m ttr under advise advisement advisemerit le lemPnt ¬
merit but in all probability it would de decide t tdde ¬
cide tho t th Iw qurntion ut once onceAt oncet onceAt
At t this time It avpears as though Horn Hornwill Hornwilt Nor n nwill
will he ii denied a new trial that his at attorney atlorntly altorn
torney torn ya will ask for a rehearing and w wunOrne wi n nconsume 1
consume all or nearly Marl all of the thnc thncallowed tcailow tim timV C 1C
V allowed ailow them to file m petition J that It will willbe winbf wi Ii IiV
V be denied and that Horn ibm will be finally finallysentenced ftbaU ftbaUI finallsontetcd
sentenced I by b the th supreme court t on or orabout o oabout
about Oct t a He E will be given thirty Jlrt Jlrtfive
five Hays cia to prepare for death so that thatin hatIn hs hsin
in the event h he fa dented deBhIa a new ne trial he hewill Mwilt h hV
V will be executed on or about Dec 4 at atthe atthE i ithe
the latest t The day of execution will willeither 2l1 2l1Ither w weither
either be during the first week In No November Noem ¬
V vember em or the first week in December Decemberthe DEce r rthe r
the delay de of a month dependIng Decembela on onwhether onhfth4WhIM o a
whether hfth4WhIM hi his attorneys ask for o another anotbet or r
hearing in t the supreme lu me court
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Till < soda fountain promises to 1 be i itbimt a atblnt athimt
tbimt parlor p and luiuh counter ll in one Olletb onethis j
this tb winter rlner Not only Will hot Irinks be beerved
erved ed but dainty dishes of fried deli deticadeif dtoJlca delieadEh
cadeif ca Mad aad all kinds of soup will III be befound befound t tufl1
found ufl1 on th bill ef fare The lay < ii of the thesyrup theh thesyrup
syrup h = and water and a nd d sweeter < i utmo utmoph a aah at moM moMphere
V ph phere r soda 1utai fountain has ptus away awaya
Each ah ea It tak takes a nearer step toward t01Warda
a short order lonoh counter with fancy
V drinks On the fMe tlp In fact a whole wholemenu wholemenu wholemenu
V menu for a rno IDOftt il i VVttely itely ly hungry man ran an
be secured ured at atthis < n > Salt I lAke ake fountains fountainsV fountainsthis
V this winter A AI I Iwill the t ht necessary ne ry elements elementswill elementswill Iment
will be there therewhile therdHt n fl1 < l it will be prepared preparedbe preparedwhlw preparedwhile
while whileIt you OU wal walIt
It in the puri purimen puriiMc > of t some nf o the soda sodamen IIldamm sodamen I
men in this thl city rltyIt u w install small Hrctrlo Hrctrlot dntrlctOYi cVtectrIetovi
t tOYi tov < < behind their < u > iBtvis On ibusto Lhlj ibu j
sto < > will be prepared individual pan panroa paiVV I Iroat
VV roa roat t s and fries of oysters dams cia and andsue a andsuch oS
sue such 1 1 fllicHoiep ieRelf < of o the sea season e i WhiM Whi WkiISbPydI WkiISbPydIWVV tbey bt btwi
wl WVV 1 probably robah n not t in I h on t th tis list a coupl1 coupl1Of OUI < OLfll OLfllV OLfllTrIt1
Of fried fll < d t > KKS gg gs might be secured t turd by a t V
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JAPOTIf I i E GRANT GRANTBA VGANTV VGANTBK1FkOM V
BACK BA BK1FkOM KfROM FROM JlPAfi JlPAfittturns JAPAturns JPA JPARturns
ttturns turns From Hissios iSS10A to fee feeHome beHome heV
V Home Indefinitely IndefinitelyTELLS IndefinitelYtt IndefinitelYtTELLS indefinitelyTELLS
d V + t
TELLS OF WORK OF MORttOffS MORttOffSSAYS
SAYS TEE HATIVafi AXE gultI gultIOUI CUBI CUBIOTJS uai uaiOTIS
OTIS AND COURTEOUS COURTEOUSApostle COU1lTEOUSt COU1lTEOUSApflstle CoUaTEoUsApostle
t
Apostle Hebcr J Grant who has spent spentnearly MpentnearlY spenteary
nearly n eary two wo years par in il Japan opening upcningmisflMa It ItmwlJil
misflMa tiir 1 i the Mormon ormon church rtturm rttu1ntl rttu1ntlhouh rcturndhOWtV l lhonu
honu yesterday morning accompanied by byj
j t ills l rife > who has been with him in the tlui thy1teIn
i I Istuiiu 1teIn for a year ear A pestle Grant ha hai haas haasn
i ben b een n released from further > r duty in the theJaitueS he hej
j Japanese J apaldese > mission m alo lor the prevent ni at any anyv anyst
1 rat r st v and expects to nma remain rreli n at home lor lorahUe brawhile
4 awhile hile hileTn
Tn Jnrc rc are now nine Mormons ormons left in the theIssion t tmbssiun
I mission Ission Seven are ar eldtra and two twq are areMr arewhes arewIes
whes of el eLders era The part aceording to toA1r
Mr Grant are e all in good health and are areenjoying aNtlljo alenjoying
j enjoying tlljo e lng their t lr work among the Japanese JapaneseEuier
i Eider El er Horace Knsi En Enatgn < tgn n assistant S8l tant leader of ofthe ofI
the tabernacle choir is now at the head headof headot
I of o f the mission which has headquarters headquartersin rs rsTokJo
in i n TokJo
TokJoXittionaries TokJoKia
Xittionaries Kia AT Are HopefulWhen Hopeful aopefialWhen
When I recefvod my release said 4 Mr MrGrant MrGrant MrGrant
Grant the other members of the mission mhmWt10 misSionwere
were out in the > surrounding < country bc bcI i iginning
I ginning < to hold meetings I summoned summonedI snmmofledhem
1 them t to Tokio and bade them all Il good goodbye ¬
I bye before leaving lealn Kveryono Jo vt > ronc w wa a in the thehtst thebtt
htst of spirits and hopeful of ultimate ultimatesuccess uJtltaUlTN ultimataucrees
success aUlTNSo s
So l fur we have not been b u able to ac accomplish acomflisb
complish much preaching prea hln It V has re required requlrOO Iv4tIred ¬
quired 4 alt the lime that we nave been I Ithere
there to learn the language sufficiently V
i to t o write anfl an anI converse in it It The elders eldershave
j II have been bard rd at work on this tbl and have luave8tJT
j I suctoeded 8tJT s vctocd ed d in translating the first tract tractInto tractJapant8e
ia Into i Japanese This was done only a ashort ahort abort
short a time ago and it Is I now being bf h1 die distribute dl8trlbute ¬
t tribute through the Island The reel realwork reelwork
work of the be mission commenced only just justbefore JUSbefore
before I left The fh elders had just gone goneforth trOneorth goneorth
forth f ft orth to hold services In the outlying outlyingtowns outblntownll outlyingowns
towns t when I was called can away
The Th Japanese Jap n e people no n not care much muchfor muchV uch uchfor
for f or religion but we have met m > t with no noopposition noopposition noV V
opposition o from them They come to hear hearus hearUII V
us preach more out of curiosity than any ¬
thing t hlit else but listen with respect re pect and at attention atteatlon ¬
tention t
teatlonLearn
Learn Japanese Japan Customs CustomsMr
Mr Gr Grant mt says that the customs and
habits of the Japanese are peculiar and andit andIt andV
it I t was all hard for the missionaries to dis dispose dispose ¬ V
pose of their American ideas and adapt adaptthemselves adaptthern V
themselves thern t elv to conditions they found foundthem foundI foundthem
them But they have accomplished ed this thisnew thilnw thisV
I new and are pretty good laps when it itcomes itcome Itcomee V
comes come to doing as the Japs do Most ot otthe orthe
the elders he h states have learned leam cl to eat eatwith eatV V
with chop sticks and sit on She e floor in instead Inetead ¬ V
I stead ot on chairs as In America But Butunlike ButunUk Rutunlike V
unlike the Japanese student they th y have havenot havenot haveI
not been able to ceusUwt t themselves uI to tothe tothe I I III
i the round wooden pillow which all allstudents alletud111U allstudit
II students are supposed to rest upon when whenstudying whentlfdylng
studying studyingR
R 118 was also rather hard for the Ameri AmeriCans American V
Cans to learn always to leave their shoes shoesat shoe8at
t at the doorstep when they entered the thehouse theho theV
house ho of a Japanese e But this 0 Is a cus custom CU8Dk V
tom tomZsmong among the Japs Ja 8 that thatt most always wan be beobserved beved
observed observedThecountry observedThecountry ved
Thecountry The rountry Mr Grant says ys is attrac attractive sttrsetlve ¬ I
tive and there are innumerable abte < things thingsdf thl thingaOf
Of interest Int Inte rest eat to be found in the Flowery Flo
Kingdom KingdomSECRET KincdomD KincdomSECRET KingdomSECRETSOCIETIES D
SECRET SECRETSOCIETIES SECRETSOCIETIESWomen SOCIETIES SOCIETIESWomen
Women of Woodcraft WoodcraftSalt WoodcraftSan WoodcjaitSalt
Salt Lake circle No 59 At had a number of ofrisit ofrJ olWtLtra
risit WtLtra m at its meeting mt etlng > last Wednesday Wednesdayevening W eaday eadayevenlns
evening One candidate was a Initiated Initiatedtwoli hdat hdattw taitIatedtWotIeattofla
twoli tw tWotIeattofla piheations atlona were t1f read d and there was wasone wa wa0J1ft I Ionetvansfrr
one onetvansfrr transfer tt l18lt > r from Park < 3ty The enter entertainment entcrtabulwnl entertoimIttee ¬
tainment tommittee is maknig A prepare preparations p preparetions parH ¬
tions fur a card party to be given 1P n at an anearly arearly
early date Captain Hopperoeck expects expectsthe expeetithe 1
the guards to be present pre to perfect their theirOrganization theirltlon thetirgantxatlon
Organization ltlon A number of appUcations appUcationsare
are expected as the hustlers are out outworking outworkJ t twork1ng
working workJ to that end endWoodbine endW V
Woodbine W e circle c e No 41 opened VV in regu V
tar form with Guardian Neighbor R It K
B Rogers in the chair There were ere about Jw Jwnelghbdna JWhtlldlrs IaneighbWe
nelghbdna htlldlrs present with visiting Yl neighbors nelehbolf1Oib I
froSt PocateHo Grand Junction and Wl Wlver ft ftyen
yen Maple circles drcl The neighbor from fromP I IPgcntello
P PQCatel10 < catello made some pleasant P Rt rsoaarks rsoaarkscoipplunentlng remarkscoipplimenting
coipplunentlng 3 Imt fJcb fJcbd the guards on their fleor fleorw
w rk The Vrlerk then read d an invitation invitationfrom ta tafrom I
from camp 338 3 Woodmen of the Worfd WorfdInvltlDg WorldInviting
Inviting Woodblne circle to aU a an anclal
rial I to be given Sept 30 which was v ac accepted accepted
cepted with thanks thanksDegree thanJuJDesrM thanksDeelIe
j
Degree of Honor HonorTwo Xoaoro
Two o of the six JIII candidates promised mtMd for fortest forlast r
test week were Initialed IntU fast Tuesday Tuesdayevening TuelJdaYevenlnlrthc Tueadaevening folr r
evening evenlnlrthc the others being unable to at atteed
t teed joq 1bei WI wIureceive rfJeftWI n degree at attbe at t tthe j
the next regular meeting the second aeeon I ITuesday
Tuesday night In October Two lwoappllcaj lwoappllcajrvrIU TwoPious applies I
Lions for beneficiary certificates were werealso t taiim
rvrIU rvrIUo
also aiim received Tomorrow o night being t the thefifth = bi t tfifth I IDftb
fifth Tuesday in the month it will I be I
devoted voted to a card social socialIaq socialmpeevd
I
Iaq rpn mpeevd evd Order of o Sd RseiWashable 3Can 3CanWaehakle
Washable e tribe No 1 will meet prompt promptly pn ¬
ly at K oclock elock this t evening tor the con consideration Oilllldelatton co coMderatlon ¬ t
sideration of several important matters mattersAn mattersAn mattersV
An Invitation has been received lef from fnonUte V I IUte I
Ute tribe No 3 of Bfngham reuestin requesting U U1M
the members beIII of Washaklo > tribe to attend attenda atteika I
a smoker at an early date The degree degreeteam d dteam dre I Iteam
team will drill and get In shape for the thewinters tbewinters tiewinters
winters work workDejrree workepee V
epee of Poeahoataa PoeahoDtaaWaRfta PosshontaaWanst j
Waneta council No 1 met me Batnrday Batnrdayand V Vevealng
evealng and = held a most enjoyable enjoyablethe njo san
lion Three candidates I were njoedr initiated edr edrtbe sanI ii iiS I
the mysteries of the order the degree degreework degrework S
work being be1n done by the tbeteaJII team team in a most mostcreditable me t Icreditable
creditable manner manner Several applications applicationsfor e S
for membership wilt be presented at the thenext tbet th thnext S SS
next t council councilBanner
L LOT LOTBanner O T X X8anu
Banner 8anu hive No tl will entertain a all allbees al alWsecebees
Ifweeabees bees and their friends at a card cs i isocial
social Tuesday Sept 29 from 2 to 5 p p m is isTusedy
Tusedy Ioopt 32 It Mrs II Hardy M sad Jfrs Knn1eaialned UncnZetaIned
Dpbel entertained the hlvetand hive hiveand and friends IrleudiThe IDol
Tile afternoon ahernoon was spent at et progressive progressiveythrea procreatvera progressirMrs
ythrea Mrs Poop won the tis first firstTtaV flea a aThe
The hive exnects to have a class rise a
initiation Jttath > n the last of November also to togive toc1ve t tgive E aE
give the Maccabee drill at a public en entertslnment entertalument
tertslnment some time In October OctoberJtoynl Octo Octobqrh
h V
Jtoynl Areannm AreannmSalt Areanum8alt
Salt Lake council tin will give SlV a house housewarming homewamhtg
warming to commemorate taking taJ l1 posses possession poaneaaba ¬
ton of their neV ne new hall in the Auerbach Auerbachbuilding AuerbachbuUdin It Itimthung
building Thursday Oct 8 V Besides gdes cigars cigarsand clpnndarteIdaD S Sand
and ndarteIdaD artesian water those present will be beentertained beentertained b S Sentertained
entertained with vocal and instrumental instrumentalmusic illBtrwaentalmusic ii iimetc
music and Sunday school stories storiesWoman storieWomanBelief storiesWomans
Woman WomanBelief Relief Corp CorpThe CorpsThe
The members of the George R Max Maxwell laxwell haswelt ¬
well W R R C will entertain their friends dtIat I Iat
friendI
at a musical and card social on Wednes Wednefay WednesI I ¬
day ay afternoon Sept pt 30 at the I O O P F I
ball Miss Babcock and Miss Martin win wi It
be the guests of Mrs Owens All friends friendsare a
are t cordially invitedP invited InvltecLp
P IT G Club babThe CabThe I IThe
The P N G clubwill club will give a procmasiva 8 S j
highfive social Thursday Thurtlolt y evenift Oct t F I
1 L at the tthorne e home of Mrs Geary 7 d Fd
Second South street Members eanbens and d8 I
Invited invitedeXean
3a eXean Kean Corps GorpcMrs CorpsMrs
Mrs tI W T Hills H1U will entertain the Sfts Sftsean Mc Mceutn
Xn ean corps at her home 561 si East Third
Ir Street Tu Tuesday y 8e Sept K 21 All g
friends Invited
V SODA FOUNTAIN IS TO r BECOME BECOMEA BECOMEASPEO
A ASPEO SPECIES E8 OF LUNCH COUNTER e I IV
V
V
V
hungry man Besides the these > oyster oy ttr roasts roastsand roaataand roaiand
and fries there will be all kinds of soups soupsand souj soujand
and bouilloDH to suit the taste Kven Kvennoodle ve U Unoodle
noodle soup uV with plenty of noodk < > win be beon beon b bon
on the UK tat In fact this ta one of t the thesoups theIIOUp th thsoups
soups that will If be featured tt > ature by the soda sodamtn sod sodman oda
man mosntbiR this winter Another new soup will wi II
be asparagus bouillon Ceirry C ry is I to be bejwrvtMl I 3 eeervttd
jwrvtMl with the e roasts and fries I also ala
Clams in cream ep promise p Ie to t be beI a popular rr r
dish as does also cream tomato bouillon bouYUon
In the > matter of hot drinks there are areonly at atonly
only nly a few new kinds Ceylon chocolate chocolatea hocolata
a highly ephtirt drink will b be one UC of the thenovelties thcnon Ui Uinevjttes
novelties non JtI < Russian Ru < lun tea a black tea t servo servowith nld nldwith > d dwith
with lemon h > mon will be another new beverage bt rale 0
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will be opened in Salt Lake and Ogden in ina inIi Infew
a few days Efforts are to be made to toreiure tOCuuye
i reiure between tw < 3UO and 4W men tor tho thoTwelfth th thI thiwelfth
I Twelfth T and the twO t batter batteries a stationed tatlondat
1 at a t Fort ort Douglas Doug DouglasCaptain
Captain F T I Wins from Fort Douglas Douglaswill Douelaawl11 Douglaswill
will be in charge of both I stations The Thelirst Theirrt rbeUnrt
I lirst L work of 1 the stations will be to till tillup IIUup liiip
up u p the ranks of th th4 Twelfth infantry infantrywhich infaDtrwbich fjywhich
which have been greatly depieted by the tneexpiration theI toexpLratn
expiration e of terms t of enlistment > of men menwno lII meflwno n nwno
I wno served fn the Philippines As soon soonas BOonaft soons
as a s all the companies are filled the other otherrecralts otherrecnts otherecruits
recralts r will be assigned ped to the two bat batteries batteries baterles ¬
teries t here and some will III be sent to Fort l ort ortI
Russell I Wyoming It Is expected thai a alarse aarge
large l lt enlistment nl1ltm nt will be secured by the thetwo thetWo tlewo
two t wo stations stationsOct stationsOct taUOJUlOct
Oct 10 the First battalion of the theCItUI
1 Twelfth CItUI from Fort Douglas Duvgl lll < will go to toFort toFort
Fort Kthjr Kansas ae to participate ptrt cipate in the themaneuvers themaneawr themaneuvep
maneuvers there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Twelfth la a regiment r ment with a his history hiMtory hisory ¬
tory t ory that extends xt back many years y alll und fla flatitrote
1 through t two wars It has iou 10115 been beenknowh en enltn
1 knowh ltn Wh as the Fighting F1 htlnR Twelfth I ind indhat nd ndthat ndtlult
that t record ro > is not going to be lost if its itsof itsolflcelll itstllcers
of olflcelll o J leers can prevent It Colonel J W
Bubb who Is now R Its commanding of ofi offleer offlesy
i fleer enlisted as a private in the First Firstbattalion Joirstbattalion Firstattalion
battalion b when the civil war broke out outDurlnC outDuring
I During that war ar the Twelfth was in the thethickest tlltthlekeal thehickest
thickest t of the fighting and when tho thoI th thconflict ttionflict
I conflict c was over but a remnant of the theold the01d theold
old n regiment regmt > nt was left kf These e all left the theservice theaervtce theervice
service s or passed a way w y in a few y YUri YUriwith ya ar arwith ra rawith
with the exception t x ption of Colonel Bubb whoVemalned who whoremained whormalned
remained l in toe organization organl ion and lorgpo lorgpoahead lorgpcahead lorgeoahead
ahead In rank Today Tada he hostandc stands at th t the l <
head of Q the regiment hnent and the word fro trotIa ro
WashingioB W is that be has good pros prospect proet prospeetie
pect t of being promoted to the rank rapt ot otwrlgadier otiJrlgadler
wrlgadier general neral He is I the only onl man manin m manfl n nVI
in fl the regiment t that was with It I in the thecivil
civil c ivil VI war The rank and n ile le have changed chanpedQMtnv changedmany n d dnv
rfk rfkthen
many nv times since then but the th colonel Coloneloves
loves l oves the old oJdiWeUth Twelfth as It it were ere his hischild hischild tilechild
child childPromotion
Promotion for or Falls FallsIiedteuant alls alls1ledtel1ant
Iiedteuant D Moore Falls acting atin aii aiiJutant adjutant aIutant V
Jutant J of the theTwfltth Twelfth has been promou pr prdmotel prdmotelV mot < l lto 1to
to t O a captaincy and assigned to the Thir Thirtieth rhTtietb fhrieth ¬ V
tieth t infantry Jnfant lUs R commission com llulon reached
him Saturday Cap C1ptaln tain Falls Is I loth to toleave toI toeave
leave I eave ave Salt Lake and the regiment with withwhich withwhkh withV
which he fought through the Spanish war warnd w warand r rnti V
and nd is making every ev effort to be trans transferred trancerred ¬
ferred from the Thirtieth to the Ywelfth Ywelfththat weJfththa welftii welftiithat
that tha t he may remain here hereCaptain hfteCaptain hereaptain
Captain Falls went to the Philippines Philippineswith PhlUpptntswith Ph1lipp1newith
with the Twelfth at the be outbreak of the thjtroubles lh lhtroubletl thettOUbkS
troubles there and made a record for forbravery fnrbntVlry tntbravery
bravery and nd competency For or some weeks weekspat weekpa weekseut
pat pa f eut t he has been acting adjutant In the theitee
J > lace itee of Captain C H Barth who is on ondetail ondctHU onetail
detail d duty at Fort Riley Kan The In Information Iftformation Inormaetlcn ¬
formation i comes s that t Captain c ptan Barth I Isoon II IsCOOft
soon to be promoted 1 1IJOted to the rank of majur majorn
in i n recognition oT his service with the theregiment UteIellment theegiment
regiment r during the late war warTJphaavRl wnrUpheaval wart3pheavai
Upheaval at the Port PortFort PortFort ort ortFort
Fort Douglas Is I in a state of upheaval upheaval1that uplH
that Is Ie the ground Is In that condition conditionowls conditionowing
owls 01 owing to the fact that the t work of im improvement illlprovelDe jutpruvement ¬
provement nt is being pushed as rapidly as aspossible aspossiDle
possible Sidewalks are ar torn up and new newones new1oe n nmas 1
ones are 1oe being Wo roads are being ma macadamised macadamlHd macadajnIaa
cadamised and bondings bIIIkIl are beta being coo coostraeted cornstructed I
straeted Within a short time the pest pestwill pantwllI I Iw1l1
will have taken on an entirely new ap ¬
pearance pearanceThe pearanceThe V 1
The roadway fn front of officers row rows V
Is feWq I s b belag 4ng turn e H > and work will commencD lOlllJ entU 1
this week to I make a e a macadam street or 1
it The oM sidewalk of cobble bble atones 6tQn has I Ibe
be beqi A taken ta 11 away aat a sewer pipe line hfut
been bf laid and a new cement lJt walk will he IJcelf ScPOctI
in process elf f construction cOQ before many
days have passed A cement walk has hasalready hallalread hasalready
already alread been constructed in front of the t
band stand alOt around d it and up the th avenue avenueto av avenheto nc
to the Officers club New walks will also alsobe alsobe
be bunt bu t from the barracks to the car
lines as soon as possible possibleTine JISSWThIS f
Tine Headway R Boadwa adrNaly Being B1 Usda XadoWork XildoWork UsdaWork
Work on the roadway rG8i4 ay y back of ot officers officersrow offlcerarow
row and connecting eeutactin with the hospital bo pltal and amicommissary andcommissary
commissary department commenced last lastweek lutweek Jaatweek
week It has ked leveled off graded gradedand gradedand
and the macadam ma has nearly all been beenaid n
laid l The street is as 5 smooth U ooth as a bicycle bicycletrack bicycletrack
track and bordered on either side by neat neatgutters JteMtIUUrs neatIfuttera
gutters of cobble Ie stones to carry away a way
the drainage All drainage dn nage ditchfes arc
being lined with stones that they may be
kept clean and in good shape shapeThe shapeThe
The work on the new barracks near the theguardhouse theguardhouse theguardhouse
guardhouse is JMOCTe progressing tng rapidly The Thewalls Thewalls Thewalls
walls are completed almost to the second secondstory secondBtory secondstory
story and It is expeSfed eX d that it will be b breedy
ready N y for use us by b spring
The gymnasium foundation and base baeement basemerit
ment has been finished and the brick brickwails brickwalla brickwalls
wails will start atartu up this week
As soon as the building 11411118 and nd reconstruc recon tr ¬
tlon of the driveways can be completed completeda
a thick coating of good soil is to be spread spreeever < t
ever the lawns and gram Is to be planted
in every avaUlple spot All the walks walksJ1fe walksare
J1fe are to be bordered by grasp RlIU plots tress tresswill tr treeswill
will be planted along officers row an an1 l
around the lawn in front of the semi semicircle semicircle
circle circleIt circleIt circleIt
It is expected that the contract for the
arad grading of the th road from rom the post to
South TVtnpJe street will be approved in
a short time but it is I not known whether
work will commence comme commezceVthIs this fall or not notAWJSSXEHTS notI notV
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