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LIGHTING PLANT P14NTIS PLANr PLANT1SOFFERtCITY
IS 1SOFFERtCITY 1SOFFERtCITYGarfi OFFERS CITY CITYGarff CITYGarff
Garff Son Make FonwJ FonwJProposition F FsriProposition
Proposition to May Mayor MayorTAKEN w wAn trIICIl
1 1TAKEN
TAKEN UNDER AlYISEEJT AlYISEEJTJ
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ONLY COXCJMIDW 18 1 A 4 4An SIr SIrt
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An n eiriiic light 1It plant of IN are C M Ma UbtaiaaIty light lightcapacity
capacity a aiaaIty ae1ty is offered to the city by C Ciifff Cc CI
c iifff I L rf r if tV Son of Logan if the thecti eeaa eeaalii aa aatj
cti tj win give them the contract eoatraetl fair fairlighting f f1Ightth
l lighting ghttn Salt Lake City for ten tenat years yearsa
a at i the expiration of the thetri1d presant con contract 000triet ¬
tract v uh th the Utah Light Lightc1IipaI 6 Railway Railwaycumpary Ralhr Ralhreumpaly
cumpary y which expires in twentysev twentyseven tweet v vell ¬
en e moiiths moiithsThe mold moldThe hi hiThe >
The offer WM wa made to Mayor a7 Men Menaid RKefli j jani
aid P M MrrI lrr arris yesterday eterdayfa ta Ida osVa osVaIn i iIn
In the t dty ity and county bafldmg bUd in inDio lath Ifthe
Dio th he presence pre t nee of several veral membeni of tM thecity tMdty tMtity
city council eotu4ijd and other otber tt cittsens who wneihad Wbehad whohd
had assembled there to hear the offer offeranticipated offerfltlcipatei I IItntlcipa
anticipated Itntlcipa 11 by the Logan promarid promoters promotersand
and id dis < uss us the proposition propo ltloa prGIDOteNj The meet meetiig IDeetlg Ot OtIg
iig waf not as long as expected ow owJUK OWiiR owg
JUK g to t 0 KM i engagement e that the mayor mayorhad IDQOIid mayorid
had id wMh demanded his presence presencetnorily pretltneet pre nes nesj
j t portly utter Ii Iter Garff A Bon Ofl had snbaait snbaaittfd O5bItl t ttfor
tfd l the proposition propoeltlunj in writing It will willK wiDtakt
j K tak < > up at some later date and andi aa4HII 04 04IiIt1l
IiIt1l i hen HII rtrred to the city council councilThe eouncUlw
The lw I gan men propose e to erect an anlctric aajdric 0
< lctric 1 u tric tight plant here that will williibjtit cost costbunt eINItII
bunt II > iMoo aoO At the expiration of tea teav teaYdlj toothey
v Ydlj < iirs they Uh propose toturn the plant plantr
< > < r to U i the city with water rights rightsTiiver late1IfI r1gtaJ9
Tiiver J9 a liild id equipment free treeof treeofVIdtd of charge chargej ch1gvIdpj
j VIdtd > < videc they are given the P prtvtSf privileged privilegedfurnishing
> 1 f furnishing the city power pow for tea teavars teaoal te teat
vars oal at the expiration e ef fthpre fthpree1 the tIME1t area areaeit
eit e1 contract ontlE t which is m 72 par are art Ughfe UghfeProposition lIIrJQU IhtProposition
U Proposition Tm Itent ItentThe JItaatT PsotThe
The T It pioposition In Opo ltiOD Garff ft Son ato made madeto de deto
to i the he mayor follows followsPropoaition followstioJLiahIL followsFropoiiuon
Propoaition tioJLiahIL tioJLiahILSalt in 1 TvXL TvXLBait 711Salt
Salt Lake City May 1M JI ISM ISMTn KTo 1104T
Tn T the th Honorable the Mayer OI aad City Cityvuncil CltJouncil Cityt
> vuncil of Salt It Lake City CityGomiemen CityGntlemenCoDlplyiDC CityGint
Gomiemen GntlemenCoDlplyiDC Gint Complying with wI tile tileIFHi aim sugBstion aimtion
IFHi Bstion tion n of your special cosjuatttee C ap apponted apvoluted oppmtei
ponted to t > confer with us in 1 regard to toUiJiIeZy a aIublic4y aubllehwnod
Iublic4y ubllehwnod UiJiIeZy > wnod wn d municipal up Hghtftg plant plantv
v t < horely respectfully suoawt the tot following toling totrig ¬
lowing ing rig f ropostion towit towitwil towitw towitwii
wil w 11 proceed to build a modern up uplodatc upndal upt
lodatc t r j < electric light plant to provide providet
t i h nee lle sary power machinery poles poleslunis po poI polesI
lunis I In ri t L trgulatora t rU1tOX tranafonaers tran f wires wiresJHU3 wirePI WiltsjUL
JHU3 PI jUL 110 ins inltlators i latora etc e and to lurnish the themetrical theCctcal therica
metrical rica I energy carbons materials tools toolslabr toolslabr toolsldr
labr ani an 1 all t hinge necessary n to main maintaii maJntiii maIna
taii a 60 6jarc arc light plant of 1 1010 c p p per perM
7 1 1 t M r and to o operate the saM lamps lain in ac acriniaiics acrl a aeriiaHCl
riniaiics rl allc with the ordinances ordinan governing governingt j
t lu h aIDe and for the aame price per lamp lampj
j < ow 0 v paid pal < by the city per arc via z even event
t to t 0 1 c < illars 07200 O2A per annum for a at at ai
t tin Ill of oln i i n 10 1 yra commencing at the theexpiration thef1plratlofJ theXirat1flI
expiration Xirat1flI of the present contract with withiho witbt
iho t h ho i ons on5ltdated lldated Light ft Power company companyc companythis
c d f this t d Ity At the expiration of this thisifiii t tt IbisI
ifiii t fIj II itei I tft years ean we will deed to the city citythe cityt
the t I h iC > aii 81 light plant complete including includingniter Inctudlnav
v niter 1 1fT power ower water rights water wheel wheelr wbeettLt1tS
r tLt1tS thts 01 way generators macbtnery macbtneryr
J > r h hcuse < jse ground substation trans transf transfln
f fln < i iijrs iu r regularton switch boards with withrs wltbIi
Ii ftatha it ati a Instruments pol poles lamps IalDpet
t t rs r and an 01 everything pertaining < to this thisribed tbisnribed thisI
nribed < < ribed H bed plant in good working arid order orderv orderj111 orderiUt
v ii j111 iUt < iiit t ineumbranee i and free from any anyr anyar
Ii ar r all expense to the city uf Salt Lake Lakeny LaIIeIl Lakeny
ny Il additional light other than con conf
f iiplate < i in this thu proposition propo 1t101I viz M b arcs arcsv areat arestgrte
v f agree to furnish at th the same rate per periuit per11Jt p pL I
iuit 11Jt L a all n nw w paid viz seventytwo dollars dollarsrV 40UanJ I
rV J 1 annum flZ JTIS9 710 and all extensions or ofi orfrOla orfroii
i i from the operative date of otthts tlsia eon eoni
i t to I u its u termination shall l be sold to tot toity
t i ity ir y at its actual cost when con confcuMted eontottd conted
fcuMted fcuMtedAH ted
AH 11 > 1 we further agree that at the ex exj esII
j ation II I ion of this Uti contract via VIII ten H Hwe M Mir iir
> ir r we will sell all 11 surplus power 0 wer that thathe
i 1 v be developed at this slant to the theai theat thea
I
ai a L a price that may as a ae tually tuallyI
L e ipd I ecj d upon upo Hespectfully Hespectfullyhis H pectfully pectfullyhi
his hi r offer la mad in absolute good ood faith taUbor faithT j jB
T B i for or tbe benefit of o the people of Bait Baitu Baltlfn Saltlien
u hen accepted which we w believe we will willwe willr willwe
> < we will submit plans Plansall ssectflcatlona ssectflcatlonai
a i all a detail drawings to an electrical ex
1 rt if necessary necessaryTh n euary
Th T1 1 oity t ity ty w will l not be asked to expend one oneir
Ui i ir r for any purpose whatever and we wet
t prepared to give bond for the faith faithf
f performance ptrforma of this contract contractui
ui ilo not hesitate to say never before beforef
5 ilif h history of municipal lighting has hasy hurl
y A generous < enerou offer been made to any anyi an anto
i to < > secure ure its own lighting lihU plant plantSrt
Srt rt t l lAke akft need not IssUe a iiuric iIInce bond bondti bondiereaae
ti iurease ase tae tax taxes s a mingle min to toita se seits a aOWU
its own and an uptoemte electric electrleti
3 Kia gl ti t plant absolutely fre free to the people peoplei
r i order that we may proceed to the tberiitioa themio thet1O
riitioa mio t1O l of oar plans for this large plant plantr
r Salt S lt Lake l aJte City we trust there will willV willunnecry wtUunnecessary
V MI unnecessary delay or oraD7 any obstacles obstaclesj
j d In our way aa we we have haY other plans planaview plaDllW
view v W that demand our iauaedlate I at Wi WiC at att att
t lion r
C GARY ft BON BONOffsr BONOffw SONI
I Offsr to Give Gi Bond Bondlouring osd
louring 1 the discussion of the propr prop proprvnon
rvnon r ion i n tbe question was as raised reto retot
i < to the ability of Garff AI Son to toj toure towe
j me ure power sufficient to operate operatepliant operatetJ
tJ t r pliant While the promoters re ref re itI
f td to make public at that time timev timeIrp thatir
v Mr Irp they would get their power they theynvi the theId theycd
nvi Id cd d as an evidence evl eDce of good 004 faith faithgve fat fatt fathgve
t gve a bond In any reaeonaele reaeonaeleif reMODa reMODa1luunt
3 1luunt 1 if > unt that If the contract to light lightcay libtcily lightuy
cay uy is g a 1 them the power will willfutthcomlutf willfurthcoml willI
futthcomlutf futthcomlutft furthcoml furthcomlt
t was contended by those who were wereMjSpd wereo wereosd
MjSpd o pd to the proposition pr that at the thei theof
I i of ten years the plant would not notj
j m II 1 such condition as to be worthy Wort by of ofsift ofift ofg
sift g ift j f because it would be capable of ofi ItlJi ofshAng
i dishing lJi hing arc lights only a abort short time tftneicit ttmt timehd
t icit jci t argument was w met by Council CouncilHa
Ha 1 liartenstein who insisted that if ifoffer I Ioffer II
I offer is accepted the agreement agreementmain agreement1air
< main 1 1air d i n a clause permitting p the city to toiiv toL tov
L > iiv v the plant at 1an7 any time prior to ten tenIn teDI tenin
I r > In case of a disagreement as astrard asj asd
trard j d terms each party rty is to select selecti
T < i 1 j 1t > e 11On son to act as arbiter and the thepe thepO theSOflO
pe sons thus selected lecte4 to choose choosethir1 cbooset choosebile
thir1 thir1while t hirlllile
while bile the Messrs Garff dM not like liket liketh
t th t idea preferring pre rriD to operate the theplant thefor thep4Ht
plant tor ten yearsthey yea tbey Anally gave gavetlj cavetb gavethi
tlj thi ir consent n ent to its being beiD inserted in intfae l lIki J Jth
tfae th cuimact cuimactSEIDLER lt1IluactSEID tLnLraetSEIDLER
SEIDLER SEID LER STILL W8SIJKL W8SIJKLMrs SsUtiQ SsUtiQ11S
Mrs ts F G Luke LUkSDSSIISd Declared Victim V VIb of ofa ofCoupbaq cia
a Coaapiraer CoaapiraerMIS CoospiracyFrancis
o
MIS i J < Frauds O Lake of Salt Lake Lakei Laketal
11 i ding to late dispatches d from Oak Oakvaif Oaki
i vaif tal aI was the victim of a clever cleveri eleverPin cleverpiIt
> i > iiiicy Pin fY in whioh not only Joseph Josephs
s iier I > l but his brother Max was w ORphl im imI imdied
I i died aiedA diedor
A or ing in to these dispatches Mrs Mrsa I
1 I a ompanied Max on aa outing outingS
S 1 Main A Ian t da a suburb of Oakland k1and and andhis andhi a ahis
his hi j jrgeatlon gestton entrusted Mr Lukes Lukesi
i i a i H anting to something over overI f15I f15It 15e
1 Jseih JSf JJ b Soldier 8eidl r When Mrs Luke LukeMax LukeB
B < d I Max Ma x returned the brother had dls dlsHipearei dJaIa
0 Hipearei HP Ia caret 1 Max went w nt out to look for fori for1lJh
i 1lJh tph ph ot tud lid when he failed to return returnt
t > Mrs J r Lukes suspicioas uapi were weresiiKed wen1nod wereaued
siiKed ai 4d d l IIh she he notifl notiLd > d Chief of Pollee PolleelllJkin Pollee1luigkin PoliceiuilKkins
iuilKkins Nothing = further has been been1tr
1 1tr ird rd of the Ih Seid Seidter r brothers brothersEXCURSION brotbenEXCURSION irotherai
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i EXCURSION EXCURSIONTOAS11LLA EXCURSIONTOAS11LLAVis TO CASTILLA CASTILLAVia
Via D It x7 to LG O ssajr y 15 15Kare 16Fare 15Far
Fare si jj for iO1 the rMjMd r illid trip Every EveryVxidy Everyhod EverybRIy
Vxidy hod ii ited A lat > amount am of cap capjta copta capita ¬
ita ta h hf f hee1 1t een En Invest 1 wltMfl itMa the thefv last lastf
f fv v nthfc D h to make this the nest nest1aut
1aut 1 aut rsrt in the > state Too will willjOt Wittnt
nt t iisaiipaintt I ia p n ttt1 d Special train traIar traintLfl trainfur
r viTI t 1 1eK 1 k a m mQ
Q e ew
w 1 d fr others hers can be 00S be4o d ae aehprinl
1 hprinl h I Co o o4cL1 colkctions colkctionsa oll cti
S 4cL1 l > a LiJl l Y V
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f SCHOOL GARDENS TO FIGURE FIG RE IN FAIR EXHIBIT I I
7 CHILDREN ftT A1 WORK ON GARDEN AT RIVERSIDE SCHOOL SCHOOLFew f
Few of the tbehew new ideas carried out in modern systems of education have been found to be so helpful and at the same sa me time so eminently practical practicalschool as aschool soschool
school gardening p ening and it was with a realization of this in mind that the school board offered a reward for the best school garden whether window windowroof w wroof wtn4owroof
roof or outdoors to t be grown this year Photographs Phot hs illustrating iIlustratin this work have been taken and will be sent to the 8t Louis fair fairThe fairThe fairThe
The children throughout the city took up the work with the t e greatest eatest enthusiasm and the results are more satisfactory than thaathe the board anticipated anticipatedEvery aDt1eIptecLEveJ anticipatedEvery
Every primary school in the city has ba a aprde garden and while bile in some cases the beds are limited to boxes in the windows wID dO the general excellency of the en entire entire entire ¬
tire exhibit blt is declared to be 1 commendable commendablethe oollUDendabieAmonc commendableAmong <
Among the Interesting gardens ia ODe at the Riverside school where radlllh almost ready for consumption are tho The piet picture IIIIOWIJ ODe of oftbe ofthe
the classes c at work weeding and watering and the little folks totkaare are counting c on radishes ra and their attendant attendanta green reeia oalons for the th teacher lunch luncheons 1UDe1aeons luncheons ¬
eons before the close el of school schoolSome scboolSo echoolSome
Some So of the the thee e flower ftOW l gardens are already aI read showing plenty of violets and nd pansies for schoolroom decoration mad many ny have e vines In fine ft condition conditionfor 1tI Ilfor
for the autumn The enclosed encloaectJ porch in the front froBtM of the Lowell school on the third floor has been utilized for a a1CIOf roof roogdeo garden and Is filled 511 with box boxes boxes boxCII ¬
es and pots arranged in the beat manner both for artistic artlt1e1JtT beauty and to catch ea teh enough sunlight nUct for hardy plants At beZogfellow iM J oagfellow w a border 1 of hardy 1
flowers was started last year and to the autumn when school IICb reopened reo the children had flowers enough to delight t tibem th as long as the autumn autumnweather aut1UllDWeather autumnweather
weather lasted lastedCompetition laatedCompetition lastedCompetition
Competition has been keen this thi year and a committee COD1 IUee appointed appotn by Superintendent D H Christensen and Miss 14 Rosalie Pollock will m visit the thee dif different different dlfferent ¬
ferent schools the last week of the school year and decide d cld on the merits of the t gardens a
UNIONS SHOULD SHOULDABHOR SHOULDABHOR I IABHOR
ABHOR POLITICS POLITICSThis I
1 1Tils
This is View of NttlMtl al Strest StrestCtr StrestCar StreetCLI
Car Chief CfciefW Chiefw
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W D DMAHOM MAHOi MAKES ADOR ADDRESSADVPC9TU ADDRESS ADDRESSAJ3VPCATM ES5 ES5AJV
AJV ADVPC9TU AJ3VPCATM BTJBimB > 1JIlQ88 S SLabor nnrar nnrarPLa P3N P3NPI
PLa PI roi OMA1rIUrXO oeixosLabor
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Labor unions were ee scored for a aInc aIo aIolug H HIng
Inc politics to creep into their organi orPDtutions organlactions organizations ¬
actions by W D Mahon president of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the Amalgamated ted Association A of Street Streetand Streetand Streetand
and Electric Railway Employes of ofAmerica ofAmeri ofAmerlca
America Ameri He did this in an address addressearly addressearly addressearly
early tills morning before the street streetrailway reet reetrailway reetrailway
railway employes of Salt Lake City Cityand CityaDd Cityand
and other union men at Federation of ofLabor ufLabor ofLabor
Labor hall The speaker talked on the tbebenefits thebenefits thebenefita
benefits of organisation but bu bItterlyopposed bitterly bitterlyopposed ttelly ttellyopposed
opposed any step that would be taken takento
to bring politteg into union organisa organisations oolaatlons organlzationa ¬
tions His U I address was u > mainly on onorganization onOrpD1atkm onorganization
organization and methods to be used usedin u usedIn ed
in tbe advancing advau of the work of the tbeunion theunion theunion
union unionThe unionTbe unionThe
The union is the business organisa organisation orgaDiutlon organization ¬
tion of the laboring man declared the thespeaker theIIeBker thespeaker
speaker Through it he can adjust adjusthimeolf adJthimself adjusthimself
himself to conditions and add to his hiacomforts Ii Iicomt hiscomforts
comforts comt ts ef life lifeawriaeaa lifeuaiamoo
awriaeaa Ute2Ibacipl Principles Weeded WeededThe WeededThe I ITbe
The world is 0 now at a stage of or organization organization ¬ I Ipnization
ganization Everything is becoming becomingorganized beco beeouingorganized iq I Iorpniaed
organized the railroads the merchants merchantsthe merchaDtsithe
the manufacturers and a d their employee employeeIt
It is avpractlcal a aetleal business age and an anions anIon8 unj unjIons
ions should ould be conducted on the same sameplan alOepieD cainepn
plan as a large la business concern AH AHshould AlllIbouid AUshould
should cooperate for their general in interest Interetlt interest ¬
terest terestConditions teretltCondltl terestConditions
Conditions Condltl vary from time to time timeand timeand timeand
and should aboul be adjusted accordingly accordinglynot
not by the tb nicety of someones pet the theory theOJ theory ¬
ory as to what should be the ideal way waybut waybut waybut
but on strict business bulll principles and andalong andalo andalong
along alo the straight cutanddried busi business bUllliness bu bunags ¬
ness lines linesI linesfeel
I feel that I should manage the af affairs affairs a afairs ¬
fairs of the union with the t e sameinter sameinterest 8JI s0Iet1IOeel ¬
est and along al the same me lines as though thoughI
I were managing ma g a urge railroad or orany orany orany
any other business bual The working workin de details detal1 dotaUt ¬
tails of a union should be managed managedwith ma mangedwith ed edwith
with just as much care c re and attention attentionas
as that of a large business Not only onlythat on17that onlythat
that but all should be done with the thesame tlMame thesame
same judgment and discretion discretionWould llICreUonWo discretionWould
Would cI Taboo Politics PoliticsPolitics JIol1tieLPolitiCii PoliticsPolitico
Politics should find no place in the thebusiness tIaebusines tbtbusiness
business of a union u organization no nomore nomore DOmore
more than It should endorse the creed creedof cr crof
of a church Resolutions Re olUtIOfl can be passed passedendorsing pamedendorsing I Iendorsing
endorsing certain political p lltlca1 questions questionsor I Ior
or the adoption of a Certain rtain creed but butit butit I Icannot
it cannot make a man think that way wayWhen wayWhen
When it goes go that far it is over the tbeline theline
line that bbias b b4s tbe American industrialwend industrial industrialworld
world It Itja 3a practical eUe1 business IDdustria1j ana anabusiness andbusme antibushiem
business alone In organized labor or ororganised ororaanlRd ororganted
organised capital capitalWhen capitalWhen
When a UBI union delegation n calls en ena 08a ona
a business bouse oucs for the purpose pur of set settling settilag t ¬ I
tling someTdtfaeuHy eome me4 dimeulty the cold keen keenbusiness keellhuplne8s keenlujlness
business man does dQe8not not want the ques question questioii ¬
UGh settled in a theoretical way He Heis HeJ HeIs J
is unused ed to theory aad 11 u br not chasing chasingtbe cb cbthe CbPgIto
the ideal To him business is Just JlMt811Cred as assacred s ssacred
sacred as his hi politics or his hi religious religiousbelief reUal religionsbelief ua uabelief
belief It should be the same aame tn the theunion theUDion theunion
union He wants uta tile t matter settled settledaccording settledaccordlna settledaccording
according to citpumitances citpumitancesGalls c1 clriimatkneee11a wP f ce ceOIl
Galls OIl 11a Laeatiom ahocL ahocLThe Qaod QaodThe OsodThe
The IaML labor jsituation uation to Salt alt Lake LakeCity LakeCit LakeCity
City Cit is 1 as a ioWas as could be desired I 1understand Iundentand Iunderstand
understand that t is aa far as the tnestreet tMtreet thestret
street car c employee e Yel are concerned cenieiraed and andit andit andIL
it it is due tojudjiment t tat that Cbaditions Cbaditionsare eD Dd1t1OIIBare tIoh8 tIoh8are
are such suchThe h r rThe r1he
The union fa nothing mere than the thegreet theat thegreat
greet at business b machine ef otlae the laborer laborerWhen laborerWhen laborerWhen
When conditions are sach b that t wages wagesare wagest wagestOrmerly
t tOrmerly nnerly recefv recsfvd eanifO be laid we weare weare
are forced recede r cJe but tf 1 t d w wnever Wnevf t tnever
never go badt to tbe same pl plain in aa we wewere wewere w wwere
were on l bef hefsp > efamorganization ntzatl911 During Duringtbe DU Duringthe 11 11the
the depressed 4 p in I ii 1893 lS9 I believe believethat bt belieethat hee heethat
that none of ott1l the street < ar employee employeehad employeeIaad employeehad
had their salaries u reduced reducedBy redUedBY reducedEy
By unionism UDblli m they tht have > been bft > u able ableto ableto ableto
to reeeK h hrtr h t i hurs h U t anil in nt letter letterwages pltpr pltprw tr trt
wages w T t 11 > jiJ laiiy laiiyf 111rI
f I M i and lid rarely 12 hours a day while whilelit wneb whileLn
lit Ln other timt times a man took his car ar out outtte outearl outearl
tte earlv earl bout i uf f the t he morning and and0oanaiti andll andConttrIatti
0oanaiti ll ai hi b r puat t until all hs hisfrinls hsfri hsfrilI
frinls fri and 1 101 wHfhbors iJrht tt iiiil 1 ivtir rtirilL > d
i ilL fl i t lIa lIac
c c
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I the he way that ut difficulties arising fraro frarolabor frUmIborstrife
labor Iborstrife strife should hefettled b ttk There There100ft Thereinert W Wmore I
more satisfaction to the employer and amJtbe ai aithe j jthe
the employe In a Ii few hours v conference conferencethan C inferenc inferencthan I
than all the declarations that could be bepiled bepiled
piled up u in the offices o of the leaders leadersof
of both aides aidesMr sldeaMI sidesMr
Mr Mahon arrived in Salt Lake City CityFriday CityFrIday CityFriday I
Friday evening and registered at the theKenyon tlteKenyon theKenyon
Kenyon hotel He is accompanied by byRichard byRichard byRichard
Richard Cornelius president of the San SenFrancisco SanFranciaeo SnFrancisco
Francisco street car employes and also alsoa
a member of the executive board of the thenational thenational thenational
national organization He was also alsocalled alllOcalled alsocalled
called on for an address addressBG addresst addressBIG addressBtG
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BG > EXCURSION PLANNED PLArfNEPFOR PLAEDtOR PLANNEDFOR
FOR CASTILLA SPRINGS SPRIMfiSCast SPRfN9SCatilla SPRINGSCastllla
Catilla Cast ilia resort esort1 sixty miles le south QtSalt of ofSalt efSalt
Salt Lake will tnrojpr thr nr Jt ts doors open opento opnto opentoUle
to toUle ie e pnMte pubittoky today y It ie I the tkeftlft firft re resort ftIiott Vtott ¬
sort ott to open this season In the state stateManager 8tateKauqer 515thManager
Manager Myers yenba has made cle rrange arrangements rrangementa rrangemeats ¬
meats with the Rio Grande to run a astate ast astate
state st te excursion flXCUr ton and not less than 3000 3000to 3 3to 3000to
to 5M0 1 people are expected eXJtfI to turn out outto outto outto
to make tile acquaintance 1ce of the theresort new newresort ew ewr ewMaay
resort resortMany r resortMany
Many improvements have been put putin patIn putin
I IIy
in by Mr Myers lye which have complete completely ¬
ly transformed tranaf rmed the place into a beau beautiful bfautlful beautiful ¬
tiful garden and flyers Jle yerp is confident confidentthat oonftdettbat oonSdefl3that
that the people will appreciate appre < iate the thechange Utechanae thechange
change Lawns are being grown on all allbarren allbarren allbarren
barren places surrounding the build buildings b1JlldIn bptdIngs ¬
ings In and walks A new dancing patti pavilion paIIioa pattiion ¬
ion has ba been erectjed ereco rec and also large largeswimming larpswlmmlDlf largeswimming
swimming pools for the bathers there A Abaseball Aba Abaseball
baseball ba diamond is one of the features featuresof
of the resort re It also has Its own aloe electric eJectrlc aloeInc ¬
Inc light I t plant water system etc etcaad etcad etcad
ad Is I as modern mo as money ey can make makeit 14iketL
it itThe
The hotel and restaurant will be run runfirst runant runrst
first rst claM and the beet of every evythinlf evythinlfpod ovorytbinggood thing thinggood
good to eat will be served at popular popularprices popularPIice8 popularprices
prices pricesThe PIice8The pricesThe
The attraction at the resort today todaywill tqdo tqdaywill Y Ywill
will be a match game ani between the Eu Eureka Eurobs u ureka ¬
reka and Caatilla baseball teams fea The Thebig Thebig
big mines in Eureka have closed downfor down downfor downfor
for the tbeoccasion occasion and a large ree crowd of efball ofball
ball enthusiasts ts will accompany the theEureka theEureka theEureka
Eureka team to Castilla with th plenty plentyof
of money to back the Tenderfeet TenderfeetThe
The excursion train leaves lea Salt Lake Lakeat Lakeat Lakeat
at 9 a m mGET mBET
0 0GET
GET HALF HOLIDAY HOLIDAY5Ale HOLiDAYWIsaIe
+
WIsaIe l 5Ale I1 Drui Clerics CI May IIYlin MayDesks
Siw lin Desks n esks Jttupftly JttupftlyAfterriftifts 3 iiidiy iiidiyAfternons 1tI y yAft
Afterriftifts Afterriftiftshouses Aft AfternonsOn erots erotsOn
On and after Saturdy June L Lclerk 4 11 11clerks
clerk and elDployea Sal1riY In te Wholesale d doulIe dr drhouses
houses oulIe of this tbl city are fo 0 be given iv n a aay 1 1nplMay Ml MlItotidsy =
nplMay ay on th the last wofklng w wo ing nc day of ofk each eachweek eachweek
week k Manager Charles Chari IX Swift of the theHalt theSalt thesalt
Salt Lake Drug Dr company ny and ftd Manager ManagerI
1 P Cobb of the Nald0Judson D DeoapaDY L Lestopany
I company after conferring ronf flbl several days daysmade d daymade
made 41 the Ua above announcement public subtteyesterday publicyesterday
yesterday terd4 afternoon afternoonWbettaer afternOnWbet afternoonWhether
Whether er or OPoot not tb U the example mpl of tb the pOI pHlmen pillseen
men will be foll6w foll wa4 4 tyr 1 other whole wholesale wboledealrs wholeie ¬
sale ie dealers thraugskMit the city is 18mooted a amooted amooted
mooted question qa tfon tbroSWe jaiiiiijlliil tp to the ueaKelllent man management wanageulent
agement of the t he CltiWdmdae Whole Wholete Wbptesafe
safe te Orocery company aQe jplere her is a no half halfholiday ha haUholiday f fholiday
holiday movement move n on foot feotfn 4n bouses of ofthis Oft ofthis
this t line in Satt Sattke tSake City Ctt nor nordoe does there thereseem thereseem
seem likely to b be > any anyAs anyAs anyAs
As In former years the sentiment sentimentSfftong sentimentafIOIl sentimenta
Sfftong a 9ng the t e dry dr goods ood8 and furniture people peopleappears peoptelpptars peoplasprars
appears to be in favor of the Saturday Saturdayafternoon SaturdaYattenaoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon vacation but the responsibility responsibilityof
of lauDcl launching f th the scheme goes abegging abeggingThere a abeggingp abeggingkere K
p
There kere is more Catarrh in this bi section sectionoif ectlonof sectionof
of the country than all ether diseases diseasesput diseasesput I Ipvt
put together and until the last la < t fen fenyears fftwyea fewyears
years yea was supposed d to be b Incurable meurabieFor IncurableJoP I IJot
For 5 great many years doctors pro pronounced pro8OI proitounced ¬
nounced 8OI It a local disease d and pres prescribed pr pro proctthed ¬
cribed local remedies r medl and by 1 y con constantly conNntly contAnUy ¬
stantly falling talUn to cure cure uriwfth with local treat treatmem treatmerit treatmeilt
merit pronounced it Incurable Science Sciencehas Sciencehas I
has proven catarrh to tl t be a constitu constitutional const constitutional ttu ¬ I
tional tiun l disease and therefore requires requiresconstitutional requlrfoonUuUonal requiresconstitutional >
constitutional treatment Halls Cat Catarrh Catarh I Isrrh
arrh Cure manufactured by P Pehe J JCheney 7 7honey
ehe Cheney ey Co Toledo Ohio Is l the theonly theonly I
only constitutional cure on the mar market marketo market ¬
ket It is taken internally internal in doses dosesfrom dosesfrom I
from 10 drop t to < > a teaspoonful It acts actsdirectly actsdirectly
directly directl on the > blood and mueoup Hur scrfae ir irues
fIHe ues if the th b > bieni They offer one onehundred onehundred e ebQdred
hundred dollars for any case Lt t fails failsto tailsto failsto
to cure Send for circular and testi testimonials testimODlals testimenials ¬
menials monialsAddress mODlalsAddruS menialsAddress
Address F J CHENEY CH NEY CO COToledo COToledo COToledo
Toledo O OSold OSold 0sold
Sold by b Druf81sts Dn1 g1 < l The TheHall 5 5HaliH <
HaliH Hal Family Pills Pill aro si the t he l telft telftDainty > est estDainty
0 0Dinty
Dainty Bedroom Papers PapersAt
At 12Vif < an and < l 1 a and nd d up Ain llhriin AmriconWall llhriinVaU ri < i iWall
Wall Paper 4 o 6 Kant Third South SouthTun
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LOCAL LQCALBmffs1 LQCALBmffs1CONFIRATION BRIEFS BftlEFSCONFIRMATIOir 1 1CONJIIJUIA
CONFIRMATIOir CONJIIJUIA TIOf SBRVICKSConfl SBRVICKSConflmatton SERVICMConflrmatloft SERVICZSConflrimallet
mallet service win WI be held In the Jewtat JewtatsynagoaDe oIew oIew8Ynaaoue 3ewissynagogue
synagogue Sunday morning i May 22 2A 22A j jA
A FAREWELL F L X IiTNERTl D > BIL junior juniorckasX junIOr junIOrc juniorclsw
ckasX c in the tbtudYof study of ktodergarten kt n meth methods methods ¬
ods at the university uDi univ rslty ty gave a farewell farewellfeast farewellfe farewellfeast
feast fe ut tn honor of the senforstast Ja t Thurs Thursday TbUJllooclay Thuraday mothI
day evening eveningaiLLBSPTO eveningMISS
MISS aiLLBSPTO MARRIBDThe MARRIBDTherriage MAIUUEDThce MAI1RIEDThemarriage
marriage rriage e of Miss Florence GUI OOl88Dle 1 1Joan a alohn and andJohn
Joan R Jt Terry t ry took place last last4ay Wedne8 Wedne8t Wednosday
day t at Farmincton Mr and Mrs Mrsre 1 1at Tfrr Tfrrare
are re at home iqtuie at 10 West Fourth Son Sonstreet otIs otIALUJOt South Southstreet
street streetatunini s streetALUM
ALUJOt ALUM KEI MEETiNG TNO FIUDAYThe FIUDAYTheJ FRIDAYTbIJuiflnI
atunini J of ot tbd High school schoolmeeting Will hold
meeting Friday evening Principal boI4i Q 0Satoit
Baton will deliver an address Mus Muswill Jluaill
will 111 be fbrniabed amlabett4uriDa during the course coul9Ute c cthe oh ohthe
the evening eveningW
W G MASGETTS OUT OUTWilUam OUTWilUamiii OIiTWilllamMrgstts William WilliamMargetts <
Margetts iii otoe of the sanitary HMpecteW pee
health department received word ye yenp Y yea yeaterday
terda terday afteID afternoon oon that his aemcell We WeDO won
np DO longer required It has not been beencided d dcided de decided
cided who will w lI take his place placeERECTING placeERECTING placeERECTiNG
ERECTING MANY HOMEaJ HOKESIDoD HOKESIDoDan Don Donpan Donpan
pan an Reavia last week contracted for the theerection th th8f8CUon tb5ersotlon
erection of eta dwellings dwelllnasCOIItIRgJo coating in tb tbaggregate the tIIpte theaggregate
aggregate pte about WJ When work t tbegun 1 1gun ii iibegun
begun gun upon them Mr Reavis wyi have havein ha j
in 1 course COU of construction co sixty alxt homes bomeU omea
In U different djt rent sections of the city cityW cityW s sw
W S NEIR N IR RELEASEDW 8 Neir Neirwho Neirwho Nefrwho
who was w arrested Friday on suspicion of ofbeing ofbefnc ofbeing
being the man wanted by b Sheriff betfftrotb betfftrotbSOS ff Stroth Strothera t1otbof
era of QraaA Qra Jvnction De flctIon on Cblo Qp 1o for obtain obtainrag obtaiBmoney
rag leg money under false pretenses has bQn
been n released He was not the man mansought maD80UJat mansought
sought for forSUES forBUa forSUIIS
SUES FOB A A LARGER SUM 8CK3ay SUMay ky I ISolder JiIdei
Solder iIdei yeaterday instituted suit in the thedistrict thecourt thedistrict J
district court against aat the Columbia Col bl Cop Copper Copper Coppin
per Mining XlDi company to recover Jftra1lepd HMM HMMalleged 41100 41100ailgsd
alleged to be due him as commission 011 011Ute onthe n nthe
the sale of the mining proposition for forW75QO forrD forZ040
W75QO W75QOYOUNG rDYOUNG Z040 Z040YOUNG
YOUNG FAMILY REUNION REUNIONTbe The an annaal annll1 snopal
opal reunion of the Young Family asso association assocItilon ¬
ciation will be held this year on June 1 1at 1k 1l 1t 1at
at the Granite stake k tabernacle t r The as association assclation ¬
sociation includes = all l the descendants nd of f I IIdent
President Ident Brigham ham Young You and his broth brothers brothand brothera ¬
ers and sisters B S Young will be toes master toesten ¬
ter of ceremonies ceI lIJoni s and Major Richard W WYduog WY WYoung
Young Y UPg toastmaster toastmasterPURSE tout1Da8terPLRSE toastmasterPURSE j
PURSE IS STOLENNo clue has been beenfound bee beenSound I Ifound
found to the woman in black who it itis IthI itIs
is alleged has b been practicing her J er voca vocation vocalion ¬ i
lion of 0 picking pockets in the local dry drygoods drygoods j jfr
goods fr = stores = Mrs J JiheCiaf C Snow of ff ffJorth 7 7rijoith i ite
Jorth State street to the latest shr shrtfe shopper
tfe report the loss of her purse pursewas puraeabout There Therewas
was about m 51 in gold and silver con contained contamed conabed ¬
tamed in the parse parseCOLONEL IUIIIeCOLONEL purseCOLONEL
COLONEL HOLMES HOLMES WRITING A ABOOKCoJonei AooK AOKCo1nel
BOOKCoJonei ooK oonel Bdwin F Fllo1me Fllo1metaken Holmes has hastaken bastaken
taken up the work left off some sometime time ago agoof ap
of writing Unc ahistory a et f the regiment with withwbkh withbtcb withWhich
Which btcb he served llenedna durfiw the civil war He Heaside HeZUi lielaid
laid aside the task when be interested interestedlf i
ZUi ali lf some months ago in the t matter matterircitfatton naateritIon matter4t
4t ircitfatton and furtner continued it it itw
w hen he e took t bill recent trip around tw twworld t1li61 t1li61pk t te
world he e hook to to be t furni5h urntshexl gra gratl gratlto < ua
to t iu the tbeairvtvora sorvlvors YOr ef the colonels regiment rewt riIne
gad ta IM families 11I of the men n who eit eitdied eit etldied er
died in battle or passed away since the th thclose
close dose of the war warCABRJBD w wCARJUJII wanCAR
CABRJBD CAR BIO BIGQGHBellevina GUNBeMeving that thata t i ia
a Rio Grande expressman naan had his wak watchp4 watch
land p4 chain Lawrence ce Sullivan Sullivan14w took the theu U
u 14w > w mfo but oji n aands d this morning and andittawmg andwm a alawinq
ittawmg wm a dangerous Nus looking revolver revolverpoeIJet
fceft ku his i hto hl > pocket marched the trunk trunktowards trunkitowar4a trnnkjfar
jfar wai towards the police ce station atationa statlofls1ure
s1ure 8u1WaA ulUjL a and his Unwilling charge eharxwJ ch chW chargeed
W J the journey the format form formouldnt formesks formata
ed ks a wouldnt arrest hfm after afterall afteyal
all Then Tb Ws troubles began The exn exnpressman e epre ez ezpressman
pressman pre amaD cflUed an officer ofr en and had 8 8livan IblJi1
livan arreste arrested for or currying concea conceaa con cona concenIr concenIra
a weapoa TA Th watch was not fount fountupon fount to4upon fountupon
upon the be expressman In the mean nicantluw nicantluwSullivan eanth eanthr tints tintsMr
Mr r Sullivan languishes la I the thedty thedtytile city ba batHe b bCROMER >
tHe T TCBOMER
tileCHOMP
CHOMP NOT ON HANDW H C Cmer Cmer Cia Ciamar
mer one of the local real estate men menwhom lQe1who uenwhoa
whom who the board of health ha hQ iaatrwstod iaatrwstodssistant iatU lsatruetcdAssistant fld fldMsl
Assistant Msl wnt CIty Attorney Willey to pros prosecute prmccutc prosccute ¬
ecute M m event of failing to comjtl CO > with vrihthe witft4he withhe
the he sower ordinance came in for sonic sonicin SVJOCcriU sopicefiti
criU in the police court yesterday yesterdayAssistant fstfrdarto
A s to toboth both Judge C 4 B Diehl and andCity nd ndAsoistant
Assistant City Attorney Willey Mr Cro Crooner Cronted Ceomey ¬
oner anpMMnted eesnted nted earlier in the day d that thathe thatbe thathe
he had taken out a permit to have the thefiewer theI thenewer
newer I wer work done On that showing the thecourt theLGUrt thecourt
court had informally consented eon8tnt to a com compromise compromise cornpromise ¬
promise with the city attorneys a office officeIt of fite fiteIt
It was as stated in court that Mr Creator CromerBadtaXen fromerea4taken Creatorflateken
BadtaXen out no permit and furthermore furthermorewas
was w sot present t to answer the charge chargethe chargeA < hargewrit
A writ of attacbmftnt was asked sa and nd t1ea t1eatbe tlenthe
the request was withdrawn and the case casecontinued casecontinued eoonUnued
continued until Monday at 2 p m mKeep mKHP mKeep
Keep your eye on castilla oastillamm castillau CastillaSiIFit
u mm SiIFit iii AlIT AlITitL IWEIIEBBR IWEIIEBBRWill lSE fSlWIlt
Will itL BE FOUND FOO OH OHmm O t tPA
mm PA ES 6 7
V
jGOUNTY CO NTY VALUED VALUEDAT VALUEDAT
AT AT42448I7 AT42448I7More 45244817 45244817Inorwse
+
4
Inorwse More Than 1000 1000JOO
000 Ov Over r Last LastYear LastYeart Year YearA YearELDfEDGE YaarELDtepGE
+ I IELD1EDGE A
T
ELDfEDGE GIVES FIGURES FIGURESKaafeKP FIGURESJf FIGURES4JQAcTL
KaafeKP AMJ 4JQAcTL OATTIJB a JlLS KBOW A AThe ADWbA AI AThe
DWbA DWbAT
T I t tThe
The assessed valuation of Salt kat Lake Lakecounty lAkentyta Lakecounty
county ntyta to Mimllt 4624481 according to todiUres the thefutures I Ip
futures nMliie i p public 1Jllc yesterday yby by Coun County County ¬
ty Assessor 8IIeSIIOtBeQmin Benjamin R R Kldredge The Theatvatioa T TtaatloB TMlAIVaUontbr
atvatioa lAIVaUontbr jfer 4Mwas 4103 vu was GS05eI 43 506042 a dif difference 41t1 4ffference ¬
ference feren or increase Inere ue of 1739785 in favor favorof favorofflot
of offlot offlotUpon M04 M04Upon 1t04Upon
Upon the basis I pf t an assessed valur valuration v vation VOlUratton I
ation of MSH4417 the taxes tu for t this thisyesr thtayer thisyear
year wll wUlbe be 1 levied With the levy the tnesame thecanie I Iame
same aa last year the net proceeds proceedswill proceedaul proceedsojUl
will ojUl be e an apportlonate increase tnereue A Asftght Aht AaIght
sftght ht decrease dec will net the same metotala totals totalsas Wtalaa5
as 8 were w re reaUaed for 1903 1903In 1103In 1903In
In real estate tate there is an increase IDC of ofa ofa ofa
a little over r flfiOOW 110000 Improvements Improvementsshow
show an a au increase of more than ten tentimes tent1mes
times that amount or a little over 1 1eoe00
eoe00 001 There is a slight increase in inthe Inthe inthe
the value val and number numberot of horses with witha
a marked mark decrease lle In both for cattle cattleSheep cattleSheep J JSheep
Sheep show alao a falling off of about f0fM f0fMin 10100 10100in O I IID
in valuation and in the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of l56e 1 In number The increase e in inswine Inme insorlne
swine me is from IWO in 1903 as against 19 11tlO
249 14 tbtt th year yearIn YuIn yearIn
In merchandise e and machinery maebine the theIncrease thecreaoJ thejucreope
Increase is vproportlonately about the thesame theU1De1n thesame
same U1De1n In the neighborhood of IIGO IIGOTb 40OThere MOMO MOMOThere
There Tb Is an equal falling off in solvent solventcredits solventcredits vent ventcedl
credits cedl etc with a large increase mere la lamoney 111JJJ inmoney
JJJ money V The increase in personal prop property pnntert prepelIF ¬
erty ert net Ot otherwise enumerated is isao 111about Isabout
ao about abouthe W 100 100The
aoThe The Valuation tlon of the county with withComparative withri withcq0prtIvd
Comparative ri figures of last year ear as asjpom 8or asColi
jpom led by Assessor or Eldredge are as asfollows asfoUow asfollows
follows followsI
foUowMm I a Mm ni ri VsJaattaa V u uJ of < aouty aoutytesI tT tTDr
J fOI Jsl JslPatoDIW
tesI otste te 517 517alJllnl
PatoDIW alJllnl nipg nipgic1ims < < I Ii
ic1ims i w307 Gf Gftq sitiusrqmts
= tiusrqmts tq 1UIUI1 i2so 117It 117ItYO 1l7 1l7hoihoa
YO hoihoa and andi
11
i 4
7 llii lliieat 77jeslu
jeslu eat cottieI Uf iui I 144 144H 144Thi 144ThiIubher
H Iubher cattleW0 1s 1sii 7 7L 7Valise
ii 2MI 6 6rA
rA L 11 11V
V Valise awil wifle I 611 III IIIsWine
= sWine w I Iit it 111 111lie iii iiiMe
Me ohanhise lie f uu uuh uiiso ga gafa
fa h hIiery etc 1011t 1011tvent iii so lS4l10 lS4l10oIvsnt
oIvsnt vent cretOta etc 1 7U 2104570 2104570Mopey I7 I7OMY
Mopey OMY r lt1I lt1If 157 157Ferwasi
Ferwasi f psoporty 11 not BOtIOarirWiemslfel notohtrwise
IOarirWiemslfel ohtrwise eiInerat eiIneratd
IOarirWiemslfel2JU d 2JU 2JUTot1 2241045 LIIU LIIUTotal
Total yal yalpelty vaiu personal personalproperty
property pelty um umTt ucsiiTotal
Tt valu all prop propH
H CSIMI CSIMIDr 1102 1102a 1102Dr1
a
Dr Dr1 SIL < M it ge7iora ysor ir retJIo4 retJIo4teetIt < etaod t attar attareth gi giteeth
teeth eth teaalstsar 1O Main fan wrest eetach Aaer Asseaeh Aaerch
ach ch bull4ws = > ihDDe CsscsAaae list K KSPECIAL 1tP 1tMATTHEW8J XMATTHEWS
P
MATTHEWS SeCIAL SPECIALTo
To Ogden OgdenSunday OSdenI
I
I Sunday SQl ay May ta 15 via Oregon Short SlaGrtROUDd Line LineRound LinhHuad
Round trtp liMO 1 Special leaven Wilt Salt SaltLake aallLaU SiltLake
Lake Ma 10 a m returning leaves leaV Ogden
10 p m Refreshments l served wen fjee tieetnin fee Oft Ofttrain ontrain
train Bicycles carried carrl d free tre Jlvery Jlverybody Eterybody l7 l7body
body invited I IIt
It J a aMotice
Jfotice JfoticeA
A large number of teachers from fromthis fromth fromthis
this th and surrounding IIUrr undins states wilt likely likelybe likelybe likelybe
be in attendance IItt ndance at the State Normal NormalSummer Normal8umm NormalSummC
Summer 8umm Y Institute to be held at the U Uof Lof Uof
of U June S18 In order to arcom arcommo4ute acomle accornmodate
mo4ute le these teacher the th manage management managEmeat managemCnt ¬
meat would like at once the names namesand namesand namesand
and addresses ea of those who desire to tofurnish toturntll1 toturnlsh
furnish board and room at from 3 3 to topeeweek 5 5per 5pereekAddre
per pereekAddre pereekAddreJ peeweek week Address AddressJ
J 1 FREED ANDERSON Secretary SecretaryJUDICIAL SecretarV SecretarJUDICIAL SecretaryI
V a a aJUDICIAL
JUDICIAL DELEGATES ATTEN ATTBNThe ATTEN7IOJi ATTEN2IoM
7IOJi 2IoMThe l lTbe
The Thir4 ThllflJudidal judicial district Democrat Democratic Demo < rat ratIe ¬
ic convention will be called > d to order in inJudge inJQdge inJudge
Judge Stewarts court rorni city and andunry andI andintx
I intx unry nt bu3MMkvMom1 14g7MondirY IiIJ Monday < ry May Ma 16 at 10 10oVknR 10t 10I
t I oVknR odIJtiW A W BTV A < j V KLLLS
1 LI1i l1 lld1 lld1A
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HOW 10 TEACH TEACHJ TEACHExperts TEAGHExperts
I J I T
Experts f to to IMPruent Prasent at State StateSummer Stl StateSummer 1 1lufttttte
Summer tudfrtrte tudfrtrteMANY lufttttteJ lufttttteAMY I1ttieMrnY
J
MANY AMY COURSES CI RSES OFFERED OFFEREDponrrs OFFEREDPOQIm OFFEREDPO
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ponrrs PO TO BE nj irsTmATKo vf vfCHUJMUEWat BYCBJLDJIE1fa f fCHILDB
CHUJMUEWat CHILDB CXJLJNOES CXJLJNOESThe tf tfThe
0 0The
The state summer institute will open openat
at the University of Utah a week eEk after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the close of the school year ear and will wiHpresent wipregnt willpregent
present some features for the bene benefit beDetit heTielit ¬
fit of the teachers attending which are areentirely aretntirely aretiitirely
entirely new in the matter of insti instituie Institute Institwo
two work in the west Besides the theregular theregular theregular
regular courses < which will be offered offeredthe offeredt
the t ih hf > training school will ba b open for forregular forrtgular forrcgular
regular work with pupils in every everytrrade everyIrade everygrade
grade for fr the benefit of the visiting visftingteochers vtartlnat visitingtcnclers
teochers t chrs The purpose e of this Is not notto nottn notto
to ahovv abO ow the kind pf f work done aoneid In In the thetraining thetrainhlg thettaiitttig
training school nor to emphasise any anyspecial anyl1EoIal anysjeolal
special features It is to bow the themethods theITI themethods
methods ITI tboda employed by expert teachers teachersit
it it thes the teaching of the ordinary sub subjects subjctl ub ubj ¬
jects j tta < of reading writing spelling opeftingarithmetic spellingstnthmetic g g1uithmetie
arithmetic geography history histo and andEnglish andEnCUsh andEnglish
English grammar These objects subjectswith objectswith Jecbl Jecbljtb
with jtb their practical everydayteaching everydayteachingwill na nawill
will be illustrated in a concrete and andpractical andplaetlcal andpractical
practical way Each grade de will be in tocharge indiafce int
charge t of the regular critic teacher teacherthe teachert teacherthe
the t he entire corps of the training traln na school schooln IIChoolInainiq
n naming r for the restitute tuU tuUThi InstituteThIs t tThis
This is the exact work which teach teachera teachcr5
era whoare who < are a4vane Mvandlllr g id their profession pro ptOfeJSton profesolon ¬
fession go to the great t normal con centers ceataB concrs ¬
taB crs of the country to see It is the thekind thekind thekind
kind of work wQlk40ne done in the model schools schoolsof sch ols olsof t tof
of Chicago t tc8C and as 41 t will be anda andathe sadsilthe t
the very teachers aeJNNbo who have taken such suchcourses suchcourbes r rcoue8
courses at attho those thosesebools schools se1t eJ8 It Uexpected Uexpectedto JeXPSCtedto
to be of great help to the home teach teachers teachera ¬
ers rs
t
Qneatienf to fee Answered AnsweredIn bohr bohrIn
In addition to this work there will willbe willbe willbe
be a special period set aside in the thesecond thesecond
second nd wee week for tile purpose eof of an answtring anSWtoring anawtring t
swtring any questions in regard to totht t ttbt ILb
tht work which the visiting vlIUn teachers teachersdesire teacMl8deaire teachersdesire
desire to ask askCtitic uKCJ asicc
Ctitic CJ c itk teachers en and others specially speciallyemployed apedaUyemploed speciallyemployed
employed will illustrate with classes classesor cla8M8ehUdren
or children the proper methods for forteaching fortEcbiq forteaching
teaching special subjects as well in including ineluding ¬ I Ieluding
eluding domestic science domestic dome tlc art artmanual artmanual I
manual training tralnl and nature study Art Artin ArtIn
in the elementary elementa school bool will be under underthe underthe I
the supervision of Mrs Virginia Snow SnonrStephens SnotVStfphen SnowStephens
Stephens whose work in the exhibit exhibitnow exhibitrow
now placed speaks for itself Miss MissValeria IIlssVllieria MissValerla I
Valeria Brinton will have charge char e of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the methods employed in the teaching teachingof
of music to the grades de Miss Mi Althea AltheaWheeler Altheabeeler AitheaWheeler I
Wheeler will teacher the theory t ry and andpractice andpractice
practice of cOOkin cooking Madame Root will willgive willgive
give ve practical lessons in domestic Willi art artpresented artpresenteeS artpresented
presented the following suggestive suggestivefeatures suggestivefeatures Itve
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school methods used to secure inter interest interest intereat ¬
est in the work pprrect t habits In sit sitting sittins ¬
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inc supplementary to oUter subjects subjectsof au Jects Jectsof
of study i materials and models used useda
a plan for inducing IndQC among pupils pup a aneater aneater aneater
neater personal appearance how do domestic domatte domestic ¬
mestic art may tend to elevate the thehome thehome thehome
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the direction of Miss Mary C May and andMiss and111M andMisa
Miss Lenore Samson and wffl fU include includethe ipeiOdethe Ipelodethe
the weaving of baskets hats batsmocks b > mr mrmocks m7mocu
mocks toy furniture fu and book bookbinding bookbladlDlr bookbinding ¬
binding Miss S Anna Yoangberg the theregular therecul theregular
regular recul supervisor ut of tHe t geographyinstruction geography geegrophyinatructloawlll hy hyin
instruction in inatructloawlll will 111 have charge ef an this thiswork thl thlwort thiswork
work Mr Tipton will show something somethingin
in the line of manual training and andMr andIIr andMr
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have charge of the other studies of the theregular therecular theregular
regular course courseIn courseIn courseIn
In addition to these Dr George F FVincent FVincent FVincent
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city of Chicago Jessie LeeKewlin Lee Newlin of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the University of Chicago and John JohnS
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