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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, July 01, 1904, Last Edition, Image 3

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Chicago June 4Z0Railway 39 Railway buDding buHdingin buIdiflin
in the United States during the first firstsly firSti I I51r
sly i months of 194 shows a I falling off offfu oftlu offlu
lu comparison with the correspondiag correspondiagperiods correspondillgerlods I I1aerIod
periods 1aerIod erlods of 1902 and 1V03 Increased InCf ued op operating operntinc oPerating ¬
erating expenses and decreased tmJBc tmJBcresulting tFa1lcrttulttIlg tFaCruttthg
resulting in smaller net ne earnings l 1gelher lgflher Lgther
gelher with the continued stringency stringencyin lrin flY flYb
in the moify rno y mark markt t supply theex theexpi tbe4Xplanation the ex expanatio
pi planation nation of the decline in construc construction con8tlUCtion coUttUCtIOLI ¬
tion tionOperating tIOLIOperat Operating Operat ing expenses were materially materiallyincreased materiallylt1 materiallyItireaed
increased lt1 re8ed during the first fi t quarter by bythe bytRP bythe
the severity of the winter and spring springfound PIiogfound prtngiund
borrow borrowing borro1I1g borrowlug ¬
found many of o the railroads
lug money for present necessities and andconstrained andconstrained andconstraIned
constrained to retrenchment both bothin bothincurrent in incurrent Incurrent
current expenses ancl an n i heir projects projectsfor proJ tS tStor
for the immediate 1nlmed ate futurt Many plans plansf p1anstr plansfr
f tr r improvement and extension pro proposed proprsed propfised ¬
posed by some of the great railroad railroadsystem raftI raflrdeystem1 Ld Lds
system s teT11f consequently were suspended suspendedand SUSpen4eaicI
and a ld still tUl are held in abeyance abeyanceFrom abeyanceFrom I IFrom
From official reports received rtCelv by the theHail the1aiiwy I
Hail Railwa way Age it appears that MI miles milescu
cu Ii track was completed during the theJnt theJntsx IJrst IJrstsix rst rstmonths
six months mOl1t ll of the year on 13 1J4 lings 11 fln in inthirtythrep Inthirtytbre i ithirt
thirtythrep thirt tlirpf > states and territMrift t In Inthe Inth
the th first si six months mur ht9 of teat year yer2I yer2Imiles 5 2Z1 2Z1rnlles 21 21niiles I
miles of track were laid whilefarthe whilefartheentire whttef rthe I IItlre IC
entire C I ti re year of IfW I it ammintedto to 85TOS 85TOSmiles 378 378Z1les I
miles miles7TOEK 1JJ Z1leswoB Ilfs IlfsWOILK
Bead Due to be Completed by oy May
1 1905 1905The 19O 19OThe 19OThe
The Minidofcs branch 1 of th the Oregon OregonFhort O Orhort Ore n nshort
short Line is expected to be 8ns btsIafr ulkd ulkdfr < l lf
f fr T operation by May 1 of next JteXt1Iordln year er ersorMng
8 1Iordln sorMng < cording to Mark Bennitt manager of ofthe ofthe oftoe
the general press bureau at the Worlds Worldsfair w WOl4tSfi tlds tldsftir
fair fi r who wh i has spent considerable O Unto Untolip e eIn
In the vioinity vjinit He says that work womon womontll on onth
th > road is progressing progre ing rapidly and andthat andthat andtat
that the opening of tbe road will bring bringa rtn < < I
a heavy hpav tonnage for the Short L4n L4no Lt Line LineThe
The townsite that is to be ba built I In
I IQUJltry
11 o > country watered by the Snake river riverirrigation riverHrigatlon riverII
irrigation II system has been laid out and andthn andth and andtli
thn th northwest section of the town t W1l has hasalready hasalready I Ial
already al rEdy become quite thickly settled settledThp settledFh
Thp Fh town to n is to IC be b a model and will be belaid belaid belaid
laid out and built up by b Architect ArchJt E I
1 Masflueray M88 < tu ray who designed the plans plansfor plansfr I Ir
for r the Worlds orlds fair The architecture architectureof
of all the houses hou s will be such that they theywi1 theyci11 I
wi1 ci11 m be b adapted adapt d to the climate of f the thecountry theCuuntry theiUflt7
country They Tbt > y will 111 all be built on onpractically onractjh I IpracticallY
practically the same plan but with with6ienic withBeflic ith ithSq
6ienic Sq nJc effect effectGrain etrenGrain effetGrain
Grain Rates B educed BeducedNew educedXew educedXew
Xew Y Yurk rk June S6 IttA A reduction In InCastbound InEtltboQrld InC1I4tbOUId
Castbound grain rates has been beenC agreed agreedc
c C 1 by the t he Atlantic coast trunk line Jhaerilroadp linerilroads Jblerilroad
rilroadp It will take effect tomorrow tomorrowani tO tomrrowa ITOW ITOWan
ani an a 1 is made ma de to equalise equal ize the rates ra pre preFhiladelphia prerilng preIIIflg
rilng on the Canadian lines The Therrt P e e1rt
1rt hnerpsts of New Yor York Ie B6tp lt1 at
A Fhiladelphia lhila eJphia and Baltimore wttpjIJ WlJtj WlJtjthereby wIIIJ8e
thereby put into a position to compete competevith nqete nqeteith
vith ith tbe Canadian grain ain dealers dellle dellleender
Under the new tariff tarI all grata front frOllutTaio
Buffalo utTaio is placed upon a 3cent Mtsis
This is a reduction of 1 cent per bushel bushelon shel shelon
on wheat and tt ttx X of a cent on OIIeorn corn
and 1 z cent ent on barley Ko reduction is
riade on oats oat because becau e the export move ¬
rElent is limited limitedTicket limitedTicket limitedTicket
Ticket Scalpers Fined FinadPt
Pt Louis lui 30 o June 30 3EdaM roEd Edward ard J
rildersloev Clifford J 1 GlMersteeve GlMersteeveand llldersleeveand
and Louis Tillman I
ticket brokers aav aave ave
bfn t e < n i fined ftnf > d 50 0 each and rests by b Judge
Ii 1 ha hayer er in the federal 1 iinuit court for fort fori foriC
C C ntfmpt > of court t in selihig Worlds Worldsr WorJ
r till iii excursion tickets in violation of an
injiinctkm of f I the 1ower ower m er court prohibit
1 Itg S the saie ae of such tickets The Th pro proc
c dings were brought by the Illinois ImnoiPlltra IIinointral I
Ontral Plltra railroad rai1radf I IBailroad IRi1108d
f Bailroad Notes NotesA Not NotA
A L J Jees oes resident engineer of the the6an
Ban Pedro Los Angeles Salt Lake
City Clt railroad arrived in Salt Lak La LaJ4e LaJ4eterday jreS jreSterday y j
terday terdayCar terdayCar terdayCar
Car accounts on the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine 2iort 2iortLine
Line will be transferred today to the theo t thetce e eq
o tce ce o ot Auditor dItOr C J I McNltt McNlttwul TChlB TChlBwia hIS hISm
wia m reHer Car Accountant A F FBcewer FBlrewer F1ewer
Bcewer of part of the duties formerly formerlyunder formerlyunder ormerJyunder
under his supervision sl His HI position positionhereafter poSItionht polt1onhereafter
hereafter ht > reafter will be car serVice agent and andbis anlhIs
hIs duties will be principally connected connectedwith connectedth connectedwith
with th the movements of cars r As Asthe soon sooaaa soonas
aa the fifth floor of the DeseVet De8 ret News Newsannex Newsannex Newsanntx
annex annex is vacated ted by the Pacific ExPressCQDlpany Expresscompany Express Expresscompany
company tbe car accounts ac ounts will be bemoved beJnOT bemoved
moved JnOT to the annex aniiex C L L Iitill Gimetw Gimetwwill Clmeterm
will m be chief clerk of t the department departmentI
S W Giilett genentl gene passenger r and andI andfreight
I freight agent of the San S n Pedroread Pedroreadleft Pedro edro e read readleft readleft
left yesterday for San Francisco where wherehe wberebe wherehe
he will meet t the new steamship from fromSan fromSan fromSan
San Fedrof Pedrohrbor harbor r The boat has ha been beennamed beennaiDed beennamed
named th tht brilJoand CSabr01ot nd is tallOw now an anchored ancbored anchored ¬
chored in San Francisco where it is isbeing ISbeing Isbeing
being fitted tteti out with engines and other othermachinery othermacltmery othermachinery
machinery machineryUtah macltmeryUtak machineryUtah
Utah delegate to tIe Democratic Democraticconvention DemocraticCOIIVeBUoJi Democraticconveitticil
convention at St t Loafs win iesve enve this thismorning thismon thismorniig
mon morning Rg at t1 7 ocloek OJ eJt over overthe the Oregon OregonShirt OregonS
S Sh Shirt rt t Lineand Line and the tTnioti Unt tt liPad1kroMs liPad1kroMsMore Pacific rodds roddsMore roddsthaD
More than thirty persons will m be in the theparty theTh theparty
party They Th y will OCCUpy a through throughsto througbsleelMr throughsleeper
sto sleeper P r aDd will iII not have to change changecars changec changecars
c carsa cars carsQ
Q E Wi Wifron o formerly chief clerk at atthe atthe atthe
the Pocateiio JIIocate ocatejjo O shops of the Oregon Short
Line 14 yesterday entered uptm his duties dutiesas
as division clerk at Ogden Mr tr r ViI Wilson ViIscm VIInn ¬
son baa au accepted the position left va vaTcaot vat vscant
cant t by the appointment of F L Voor Voorh VoorMea Voor1e
h Mea 1e 8 as s chief clerk of the motive and andPoww anc ancpOWW an4pownt
Poww of the road roadPASSES roadII roadPASSES
II caa caaPASSES
Mrs W S Patterson is Unscathed UnscathedHusband UnscathedXus UnscathedBusband
Husband Xus d is Badly Burned BurnedTn
Tn an early morning fire which de destroyed destnyed destcoyed
stroyed his tS home valued at SI UfO and andrAined andmined andriined
rAined the contents worth Z6UO 600 W S SPatterson SFatter SFattorson
Patterson Fatter ou master mechanic of the theUtah theUtah thetTtah
Utah Light Railway companys car carshops ca cas carshops
s shops ops was WJt severely severel burned about the theface th thfaee theface
face neck and arms yesterday His Hiswife Hiswitepu HiswIfepJ
wife witepu wIfepJ pawed ed through thr ogb a scorching sheet sheetof sheetor sheetof
of flame to safety after egress had hadapparently hadapparently hadapparently
apparently been een cut off The fire firewhich firewbleb firewhich
which not only destroyed Mr Patter Pattersons Pattersons Pattersons ¬
sons residence at 344 East Tenth TenthSouth TenthSouth TenthSouth
South street but threatened the vacant vacanthouse vacanthouse vacanthouse
house adjoining it broke out at 636 636oclock 6 6oclock 6oclock
oclock yesterday rdy morning morningChief mominsChief morningChief
Chief Bywater accompanied by crews crewsNo creWsof crewsof
of truck No4 No 4 hose ljllgoft agon No 1 and andteamer andsteamer
steamer No L 1 responded at atthe once < to tot tothe
the t alarm The ru rUB of f four and one onehalf onehaU onehail
half miles we made in retnrrkably retnrrkablygood remr retnfrkablygontt rkabIy
good oud time Despite this the flames flameswere flameswere liameswere
were far beyond control when the fire firemen firemen firemen ¬
men arrived on the scene Soon after afterthe afterrt afterthe
the t streams from the steamer Bteam > r were wereturned weretuMed wereturned
turned on the naming building the roof roofgave roofgae roofgave
gave way with a crash Embers were werethrown werthrown werethrown
thrown on to the roof of a house at 312 312Bast 3t 3tEast 3IEst
East Tenth South street owned by
Marshall Mar8 aJl Todd The chemicals man managed manaM managed ¬
aged to get tbI things tinier u 41er control before beforeany beforeany
any great amount of damage was done doneAa donfAM done4a I
Aa 4a near as can be determined from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the account of the fire given by Mr MrPatterson MrPatterMH MrPattersea
Patterson it originated from spread spreading spreadin spreading ¬
ing in kerosene in a small kitchen kite hen oil oilstove oilstove oilstove
stove Mr z Patterson Patter on arose about 5 5a 5a 5a
a In < and nt the stove He then went wentback wentback wentback
back to bed and was unaware that the thelives thelives thelIves
lives of himself hl and of his wife were werein eeroin et etin
in danger untilaroused antil ntl1 roused by a neighbor neighborA
A leaky valve probably set enough oil oilfree 011free oilfreets
freets free te start the flames flamesIn liajuesIn ame8 ame8III
In Attempting to warn his wife of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the danger 4an er Mr Patterson received receivedburns receleqtbUras receivedburns
burns Which necessitated n < < ce efttec1 the services servicesof
of a physician pby ichm Mrs Irs Patterson Patt rson how however h however w wever ¬
ever managed to escape by means of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the front stairs unknown to her h r hus husband hushaitd busbaud ¬
band who whov was frantically attempting attemptingto
to reach r h her ebamber The total loss losson losson losson
on house and furnture amounting te teover toover I
over 11 20M was partially covered bj bjinsurance b bInsurmce bInsuane
insurance of niI 1250 1251REAL 1250IfFlAT
BdwudAMJler Bdwaul A Miller and wife te t Archi Archibald ATddbald Arthibald ¬
bald D McMttRen let S Mock blockplat 3 3pUt 2pInt
pUt Q 3H 20 20H Jt JtS
H S Av Avuett rett and wife to Taylor TaylorRonn T1IlorR TyIorItary
R Ronn > eyArmatrong Ar1Dtl1tr8D company tots totsK J < < tJ
K 6 aM ti Martins siiMi subtliib1 + ishm 1t K5 K5ry 17i1l7
Itary 1l7 ry J Daynes De to Joseph J Dynes Dajrnestt Dynespa1t
J pa1t tt of tot rt X 1 block Ki 1 plat Dl Dlfific D 1 1tlc 1Pflc
Pflc fific tlc Investment company to toJames toTamn toJames
James Barrow lots 2 and X J block tfICkWindSQl
2 Windsor > Jaee la see seeMary e 4B 4BMary 41 41Mary
Mary K CHssoW to George Clfaeoid Clfaeoidlet CIieoIdrot
let 1 block 28 plat G 1 1Ernest 1ErautA 1Ernest
ErautA Ernest A TriM Tri et aL d to John A AOroesbeck AOroeg AOroeabk
Oroesbeck Oroeg k Jr lot i2 2 Mode W 1 ptet ptetddisoa pJatI pLAddisozi
ddisoa Cain and wife to FraakHa FNJitdIalawrenCe FraakHaI F1k F1kLawrence
I lawrenCe awrence lot 25 5 block 2 BeUewe BeUewepark Bo4Ievnepark Be eY1Ie eY1Iepark
park parkRoyal Il IlRoyal 111 111CD
CD CDRoyal
Royal Bread won its popularity on onmfrtt onmerit I Imerit
merit All grocers sell It None gen gennine genulne I Iuine
nine without our label with the crown
L 4 4i
Photo by Harry
Operating Room Showing Sho ing Switchboards
A HOUSEWABMEfG HOUSEW Mh q and reception receptiontQ
A F tQ t the th dItXent ttsens en jf Salt Lake was washeMff wasRS wasdr
heMff dr last RS eveningly evenlngby the Utah In Independent Independent Independent ¬
dependent SDelephbne 31al T ljThnte h ne company comp ny its itsnew Itsnew Itsnew
new new home at US 11 and an 117 South SouthState SouthStatestreet State Statestreet Statestreet
street was thrown thro > Tn open for the inspe inspetion insption inspdtion
tion of it i Its guests fratn frott 8 till 11 oclock oclockand oclockand oclockand
and during that time over 4500 4 OO persons personsattended personsattended personsattended
attended attendedThe attendedThe attendedThe
The entrance to the building with its itamassive UaJDIlS6ive itsmassive
massive doors of plate glass and panels panelsof
of richlycarved richlycarved marble m tble with Mosaic Mosaictrimmings Mosaictrimmings Mosaic Mosaictrimmings
trimmings was brilliantly illuminated illuminatedwith illuminatedwith Illuminatedwith
with gas and electric lights lightsThe ligbtsThe lightsThe
The entire building was decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with palms ivy and asparagus with withlarge wIthlarge withlarge
large bouquets ef carnations on every everymantel everymantel everymantel
mantel and desk Colored electric electriclights electricUgbts electriclights
lights added a cled to the nie decorations decorationsThe decorationsThe
The reception committee were Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor and Mrs Wells Mr 1r and Mrs S SF SF 5F
F Fenton Mr r and Mrs M H Walker WalkerMr WalkerIr STalkerMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Irs George F Odell Mr and andMrs andlIrs andMrs
Mrs H W Brown Mr and Mrs E L LSloan LSloan LSloan
Sloan Mr and Mrs Irs N W ClaytonMr ClaytonMrand Clayton Mr Mrand r rand
and Mrs Irs Jehn Henry Smith Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Elmer B Jones Jo fand and Mr and Mrs MrsC Mrsc MrsC
C O Karris KarrisThe HrrlToo Harr1The
The city council attended the recep reception reception ¬
tion en masse The members i ± wore es escorted earted eseorted I
corted rted over the building by Manager C CO
O Harris HarrisAmong HarrIsAmong I
Among other guests gu sts present were wereSenator wereSenator
Senator and Mrs Thomas mas Kearns Mr Mrand Mrand 1r 1ranti I
and Mrs David Keith K Dr and Mrs A AC AC
C Ewing Secretary of t State and Mrs MrsJ j jT
J T Tv T Hammond Attorney At ey General aDd audMra aiidMrs I
Mrs M A Breeden Mr Ir and Mrs Fred FredA
A Hale Mr and Mrs J R Walker Walkerand WaUzerand
and Mr and Mrs W S McCornlck STcCornlckForthe McCornlckFr McCornlckFrtlie I
Forthe Fr t e next few dan ayz preparations preparationswill
will be made for or the regular business businessopening businessopenhg I Iopen
opening open which takes place at 7 oclock oclockTuesday oclockTuesd8y oclockTuesday
Tuesday morning when the new com comlny company cornPny
lny will be supplied with x full force forceof forceof forceof
of uptodate hello girls
St Louis Mo June S lCoIonel Colonel C lonel Ed EdwardButler EdVard EdwardButler ¬
wardButler Vard Butler who was on the bonds oJ oJCharles 01Charles olCharles
Charles A Gutke and Charles F Kelly
Photo by Fries FriesExterlorof FriesExteriorof
Exteriorof NewTe1ephone NeW telephone Building
former forrnertnmberg mambets m bers of th the house hoUSe of orlIele orlIelegates fide fidegates aelegates
gates who were were convicted oon tedof of bribery briberyhas briberybu briberyhas
has surrendered them and announced announcedthat announcedthat
that he will also ithdraw t Yo from the thebonds thebonds thebonds
bonds of the other former rorm r delegates al already 1 1ready ¬
ready convicted or awaiting trial oh fi
the th charge ch oblirgeTof rgeof ofbribery brlberyTbetwo bribery The two men menmentioned menmentioned menmeittloned
mentioned Were vere ere before the grand jury juryyesterday jUQyesterday juryyesterday
yesterday for the purpose purpo It is stated statedof statedof
of divulging di lging the dolngsof doing of the boodle boodlecombine boodlecombIne boodlecombine
combine that existed in the St Louis Louishouse Louishouse Louishouse
house of delegates for years
Boss Weber Wants Senator SenatorNamed SenatorNamed
Named For Vice President PresidentDELEGATION Ptesid ftesidentI nt ntI
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THEN E EP P4wrv P4wrvP P RKri RKriP
P C Weber of Ely Nevada who is a adelegate ndelegate adelegate
delegate from Nevada to the St Louis Louisconvention LouteonventIon Louisconvention
convention leaves this rooming with withsome withsome withsome
some of the Utah delegates for the theMissouri theMls theMissouri
Missouri Mls url metropolis There is no bet better better better ¬
ter known or more generally respected respectedpolitician regpeetoopoUUc1an retpeetedpolitician
politician in Nevada N vada than Mr Weber WeberHis WeberHis Webernls
His talent for organization Is so well wellrecognized weUrecognized weltrecognized
recognized that t at from one end of the thestate thestate thestate
state to the other other he is known as asBoss asBo asBoss
Boss Bo Webar WebarThe Veb t tThe IThe
The Nevada delegation goes to SL SLLouis S1Louis StLouis
Louis absolutely unpledged said Mr MrVeber MrWeber l lVeber
Veber yesterday but it would like likevery ltkeery likevery
very ery much to see Senator Francis G GNewlands GNewlands CrNewlands
Newlands of our state nominated for forthe forthe forthe
the vice presidency Senator Newlands Newlundsis
is one of the ablest ablestwes ableatwesterners weaterners tern rs in con congress eongress congress ¬
I gress and he is if deeply interested in all allthat aUthat allthat
that pertains to the material welfare welfareof welf le leor
of the west He was the author as asyou a aou asyou
you ou will remember of the national ir irrigation irI ir irI ¬
I rigation bill arid it was largely large through throughI
I I his efforts and his influence with other othercongressmen otherI othercongressmen
congressmen and senators that it w a alaw alaw alaw
law today todayIt todayhIt
I hIt It seems to me that it is high time timethe timethe tImcthe
the far west was recognized on our ournational ournational ournational
national ticket and if it is to be berecognized berecognized berecognized
recognized I know no better man for forthe fortbe forthe
the honor than Francis G Xewlands XewlandsBut NewlandsBut
But it is not necessary for me to dis discuss dlscuss discuss
cuss Senator Xewlands s qualifications qualificationsbefore quaUfiC qualiiicfttiOflbefore tion tionbefore
before a a Utah audience He is as well welland wenand welland
and as favorably known in this state slateas stateas stateas
as in his owi ow and I am am sure that Utah Utahwill Utlhwill Utahwill
will give him her cordial support supportSpeaking supportSpeakIng supportSpeaking
Speaking of tLe presidential nomina nominaI nomination
I tion Mr Weber said his mind was wassaid wasII wasentirely
entirely open 1 am unpledged as I Isaid Isaid
said he continued All I want is to tosee tosee tosee
II see the strongest possible candidate candidatenamed candidatenamed candidatenamed
named I believe we aregoing to win winthis winthis winthis
this year if the convention makes BO BOmistakes DOI nomIstakes
mistakes in candidates or platform platformIt
I It Is understood that Mr Ir Weber WeberwiU WeberwiUprobably will willprobably wlUI
probably vote for Hearst on the first firstballot firstI firstballot
I I ballot but when hen that is over it would wouldnot wouldnot Wouldnot
not be surprising If he were found in inthe inthe inthe
the Parker column columnSTJTHERItAOT columnSUTHERLAND columnSuLtLtIttiND
I Saw the President and Everything Is Isj IsLovely IsLovely
j Lovely for Smoot SmootSmiling SmootSmlHng SmootSmIlillg
Smiling as one well pleased Former FormerCongressman FonneroDoressm PorinerThngressmttn
Congressman oDoressm n George Sutherland ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived home at noon yesterday after his hisinterview hhintrvlew hisInterview
interview with the president at Wash Washington WashIngton Washingion ¬
ington Mr Sutherland was reluctant reluctantto
to tf discuss di uSS his talk witfc the president presidentsaying presidentsayIng i isaying
saying the conversation was wa almost almostwholly aJinostwhony alinoetwholly
wholly confidential in Its nature The Thetalk Th Thtalk Thetalk
talk he says was along political lines linesalrost linesal linesairost
alrost al ost wholly whol The president was wasgiven W3 W3ginn wtsI
I given the assurance assurance by b Mr lr Sutherland Sutherlandthat
that I rt Utah tan h would give a majority of ofinbably ofJnbably ofirbabIy
inbably 10000 for the Republican Republicanti Republicantinket
1 ti tinket ket Mr Sutherland expressed the thebelief thebelief thebelief
belief that all the intermountain intermountainregion Intermountainregion Intermountainregion
region would be strongly Republican Republicani
I i and that Roosevelt Roos velt would lead the thei theiket thetidket
i tic iket ket everywhere which probably probablygavp probabbgavp probablygave
gavp the president muchcomfort muchcomforti much comfort comfortWhile comfortWhile
i While it is generally understood Mr Mri MrSutherland Ir IrSuthtrland
i Sutherland went to Washington Wa hlnglon bv bvi bvrquest byrequest
i request of the president to discuss the theUtah thertah theLtah
Utah situation and the possible bear bearing bearing bearing
ing of the Smoot question on the re resuit result resuit
suit here Mr Sutherland refuses refus to toverify tovfrify toverify
verify this assertion My Iy y talk lk with withthe withthe Withthe
the president was Informal 1 and con coniidential confiden eonlldentlal
iidential fiden tial In large measure m sure he says saysand sayand saysand
and I am not at liberty tQ o repeat repeatwhat repeatwhat repeatwhat
what he said I can say however howeverthat howeerthat howeverthat
that it was along political lines The Thepresident Thepresident Thepresident
president is much interested Intere ed in this thissection thIsction thissection
section ction and I gave him my bestjudg bestjudgment bestljudment bestjudgxnent ¬
ment as to what the ticket might ex expect expect expoet ¬
pect here hereMr hereMr hereMr
Mr Sutherland looks upon Fairbanks Fairbanksas
as a fortunate rtunat selection as candidate candidatefor
for vice president Senator Fairbanks Fairbanksis aitbanlsIs
is strong in the middle we west t in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and in Utah Mr Sutherland Sutherlandsays SutherJalJflsayg Sutherlamisays
says During his vfsft to Utah four fouryear fouryears fouryears
years ago he met many man friendds and andhas ant anthas andhas
has many warm admirers here He Is Isa Isa Isa
a strong conservative man and would wouldhelp wouldlelp Wouldelp
help elp the ticket U kpt in the woi wr W if It needed
rheip 4epwhich eiPbih which is not the t f ease a t in mj mjopinion mr1 mr1epinl I IepInIOn4
opinion opinionMs epinl epInIOn4tr na nalm
Ms tr Sutherland S Jterland also takes much m UCh de delight ¬ P Plight
light lit itthe the chqtaf ehq1aflof of Republican na national n nU ntlonal ¬
tional U nal chairman t did not a m utoet et Mr MrCortelyu MrCorte1y MiCortelyou
Cortelyu u on thIs trip h he wys Y5 but butI
I knqwjilm kxqw vwm iim well and knew his cap capbllitlesi capa capabilitfe
bllitlesi As s secretAry to todOnts thrw prf prfdents t tdent
dents dent he became acquainted with aD aDtlTe alltire H Hthe
the big men ef tile country in botb botbparties boJopirties bo4tpjtrtfes
parties He knows not only general generalconditions genenalconditions generalcondiUon
conditions but local conditions aa well wellHe wellHe
He has a wonderful memory and nd ndmarvelous a amarvelous amarvelous
marvelous capacity for detail d t4i I tbfak tbfakhia tldulilMtI thlu1ba
hia ba selection was WA a wise ie one oneMr oner oneMr
Mr r Sutherland was 1S a member of the theplatform tileptatform theplatform
platform committee of the Chicago Chicagoconvention L CbleatOconvention
convention The antipolygamy quo question QIleItlon quotion ¬
tion he says s d did J not cone co come up formally formallyat I
at any time although it was caemaHv caemaHvmentioned caEndHvmentioned ca vHV vHVmentioned
mentioned by many different deles delesThere d dThere dele SOO SOOThere
There was never in n Mr M Sutherland Sutherlandopinion 3tberlodopinion ItberJaIl ItberJaIlopinion
opinion any posstfeHity po8II fllty of o it setting gettiiglfl gettiiglflthe ettiJa < < in inthe Jnthe
the platform He gives two t 0 reasons reasonsfor reasonsfor 8 8for
for this The first rst is I that tf tta qa qatlon que quetlon qutO qutOtion
tlon is now In thehands the hand of the Unite UniteStates t7nItel t7nItelStates < t tStates6enate
States States6enate senate and sho should ld not b trtouched btouched btouched
touched upon until that body has haspassed ltaspassed I Ipassed
passed on it The second Ond reason Js Jsthat Jsthat Isthat
that it would be bad politics poUUrswtrk politieswhichreason which whichreason i
reason is g probably the one that did didtho didthe didthe
the business businessMrv businessMr
Mr Sutherland met Senator 8en tor Smoot Smootand Srnootand
and Congressman Hoirell in Chicago ChicagoSmoot CItIcaoSmoot Cb1caoSmoot
Smoot he e says sa appears to be generally generallypopular generallypopular I
popular among the senators senatorsMr sene senatorsMr 01 01Mr
Mr Sutherland says his meeting meetingwith meetlagewith
with various Colorado men on the trip triphome h1phome triphome I
home lead him to believe e Roosevelt Rooseveltwfll Rooseveltwill
will w I carry Colorado Co1 l8do thi tbis fall Gov Governor G4 G4ernor GOVernor ¬ I
will be renomi renominated renomlnated ¬
ernor Peabody lately renom renomnated
nated by acclamation he says an aTI < l lthe I Ithe
the law In w And order element of the thestate t thestate be I Istate
state will be strong for Roosevelt RooseveltIt Foooevelt7It
It was as not hard to inferfrom infer tn JR Mr MrSutherlands MrSutherlands fr I ISutherla1ttls
Sutherlands talk that he he brfreved brfrevedRoosevelt bCHredRoosevclt I IROOEe
Roosevelt ROOEe > dt would OU be elected td iltfe l year yearDelegates yearDelegates
Delegates I L Leave ave Today TodayiThe Toda TodayThe I IThe
The Utah delegate to the Democratic Democraticnational Dem1ratiCnational ratiC ratiCnatfn
national 1 convention begin leaving f for r rs I
51 Louis Lou today A party comprising lit litand Ir i
and Mrs lrs s George C WhUmore of Nepoi NepoiMr Ne lepiiMr 1 I
Mr Ir and Mrs A L Lovey of Salt Lk LkJoseph LakeJoseph I
Joseph T ph Monson of Logan an Mr and Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn Irs IrsJohn
John R Barnes Miss Mt a Barn o of Kays Kaysville Ka KailJe Kav Kavvile
vile R E I Davis > avls of Twele and Mr and anriMrs antiMrs
Mrs lrs A R Weeter Veetero of Park City Cft will 1 Ifle Ifletoday Ic ivo ivotoday tvotoday
today Messrs Iessr WMtmore and Monson Monsonare Mousonare I Iart
are delegates deleg tett to tbe convention and DC Mr MrLovey MrLove MrLovey
Lovey Love will sit as delegate instead of for former former ¬ i
mer Senator J 1 L Rawttns who whose phy physician physicIan physiclan ¬
sician has advised him not to attempt at mPt th thtrip thtrip thtrip
trip to St Louis Messrs Me rs Barnes Davis Daviaand Davisand
and Weeter reet r are alternates to the conven convention eonvpDtIon eonefltion ¬ I
tion P C Weber delegate from Ncvala Ncvalawfll NevalWIll Nevaiawill >
WIll travel with the th Utah party partyEartenstein partyHartenstein partyffartensteln
Eartenstein Holds Proxy ProxyCouncilman ProxyCoundizian
Councilman E A Hartenstein H rtflPiItfm goes to toSt toLouis toSt 11 11Coundlqtan
St Louis on th the special l car ask a asked kec1 d for try trythe b bthe bythe
the council via ta the Rio Grande as an anternate al alternate alternate ¬
ternate to the Democratic ntioaal m atloaa1ventfbn < ueaal con conventfbn
ventfbn He 50 goes as a proxy for Mrs M J JFewfon J JFewron I IFewon
Fewfon Smith mlth alternate > who is I unable unableto
to attend the gathering the ng of the faithful faithfulnext faithfulnext faithfulnext
next week in th the Expo Exposition ltJon City CityLINEMAN CltyLINEMAN cityLINEMAN
I I1eter
Peter J 3 Goodro Thrown wn Fr Prom Buggy Buggyby Buggyby
by Runaway Team TeamPeter TeamPeter 1 1peter
Peter J T Goodro Goo ro 541 South Second SecondEast 5econdEast SecondEast
East street and Harry Warner War eit were werethrown we werethrown
thrown out of a buggy drawn by a arunaway arunaway arunaway I
runaway team yesterday afternoon and andthe anclthe andthe
the former sustained a broken leg legWarner legWarner legWarner
Warner escaped with severe bruises bruisesBoth bruisesBoU bruisesBoth
Both BoU men are employed by the Utah UtahIndependent UtahIndependent UtahIndependent
Independent Light Telephone Q com company company cornpahy ¬
pany They were driving south on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second East street when the team be became became became ¬
came frightened at some falling wire wireThe wl wlThe wireThe
The horses attempted to turn at First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South street but the buggy collided collidedwith coIlkladwith collidedwith
with several large curbing stones stonesThe stonesThe
The vehicle was as overturned and both bothmen bOthmen bothmen
men thrown heavily to the ground groundToung groundYoung
Young Goodro btruck the curb He Hewas H Hwas Hewas
was picked up by street car men and andtaken andtaken andtaken
taken to the emergency hospital in the thecity th thcity thecity
city jail Dr C M I Benedict was called calledand calledand calledand
and found that tbe man had sustained sustaineda
a fracture of the right leg Goodros GoodrosInjuries GoodrosInjuries GoodrosInjurIes
Injuries were dressed dres ed at the Jail after afterwhich afterhieh afterwhich
which hieh he was taken to his home homeSLARBIAGE homeMARRIAGE homeIABRIAGE
Julius B Fairchild Oaklley Ida IdaBertha W WBertha 24Bertha
Bertha McMurray IdIU rray Liberty Llber LibertyArthur ty 27 27Arthur
Arthur Williams Woods Cross CrH6In CrossIngaborg 25 25Incaborg
Incaborg In MeChristiansen en Woods WoodsCross WOOdSCross
Cross CrossFred CrossFred = u 35 35FrEd
Fred Clift Salt Lake City CityMabel Cit CityMabel u uIRbfI
Mabel Johnson Salt Laxe City 22 22Harry 2 2Harry 55Harry
Harry R Robinson Salt Lake City 24 24Phoebe 24Phoebe t tPhoebe
Phoebe Langton Salt LaJraCfty LaseCItyJohn 28 28John 20John
John Guehna Salt Lake City 54 54Anna 6 6Anna 6Anna
Anna Walther Salt Lake CIty 61 61Orson 61Orson 1 1Orson
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y dence with Mrs lrs Pinkham It is a great satisfaction to feel that one onewon1an 1 1woman I II
I 1Iiit woman can write to another telling her the most private and confi confidenial confid
a 1 I denial d ntial details abbut her illness and andknQw know that thather her letter will be seen seenby seen j ja
6 a by a woman only a woman full f llof of sympathy Sympathylor for her side siqc sisters sistersand sistetsj J
j 0 I and with a knowledge ofwomans of WOffiaIl s ills IlI greater 1han than that possessed by byarty byJ 4 4any
J any other person personMrs J JMrsPinkhamDever t tA
A A ciS Mrs MrsPinkhamDever MrsPinkhamBeverviolates Pinkham never violates the confidencsthus confidencet uS entrustedto her hcran hcranalthough and andalthough 1 I Ir
r U L 11 o o although she publishes thousands of testimonials tcsf monials from women women womenwho who have havehcen olp olpbcen I
1 been benefittedhy benefitted by her advice and medicine never ncv r in all her experioncohasshe experionco cxpcrj9ncobasshe cporIoncor
r < hasshe has she published such a letter Iett r without the thefuU full consent and often T by byI > y yspecial yspecial
st of the writer writerThe WriterI <
I I special reguest rcqu I IThe
I ir The reason Mrs Pinkham is so amply qualified qu 1ified to give advice zdvi e in cases of female ills is for the reason that about one hundred hundredthousand hundredthousand hundredi
i t517 thousand cases s s come to her each year yearsome some personally others by mail and this has been going going on for twenty years day dayaftecday dayafte
di 115g11 aftecday afte aay and day after day Twenty years of constant success successthink think of the knowledge thus gained Surely women women are wise wisein wisei
t 4 i in seeking advice from a woman of such experience especially when it is absolutely free Mrs Pinkhams address ad ress is Lynn LynnlVlass LynnlVlassAs Mass Mass4s
51 51F
J k 1 As an illustration ilJ lration of the good g od coming from such advice we herewith publish two letters of Mrs E F RHayes FHayes
F 4 Hayes the reading of which should give every sick woman confidence in in Mrs Pinkham9s ability ab lity to help helpthem
1 I I them These are only two of thousands ofthe of the same kind of letters which Mrs Pinkham has on file I
Mrs Hayes First Letter Appealing ApP a1 ng to Mrs Pinkham for Help HelpDBAR HelpDBAR HelpC
C < < DBAR Mns PIXKHAM Pn rn I have been under Boston doctors treatment for a lonjj loI 1o g t1ne t1newithout me mewitiioiit ne newithout
without any relief They tell me I have a fibroid tumor I cannot sit down without withoutgreat withoutgreatpain great greatpain greatpain
pain and the soreness extends up up my spine I have bearin bearingdown dovn pains both back and front frontjVIy frontMy
1 jVIy abdomen is swollen and I have ha e had flowing spells for three years My appetite is i not nofcgood notgood nobIt
It good I cannot walk or be on my feet 1ee for any length of time timett I IThe
a tt rrt The Thesymptoms symptoms i of f Tin Fibroid j m Tumor given in your little ti book accurately describes 3 i iNote In ncase case caseso
1 so ° I write to you for adYiceSigned Mns E FllAns F Rus 252 D1dley St Roxbury Boston BostonMass BostonI
I i G Mass
1 li MassNote Note the result of Mrs lrs Pinkhams advice advicealthough although she advised advisedfirs advisedMrs advisedI
I 4 firs Flrsliayes Hayes of Boston Bostonto to take ta1eher her medicine medicinewhich which she knew would wouldhelp woutdhelp wouldhelp
help her h herher rher her letter contained a mass of additional instructions as totreatment to totreatment toc1
c1 treatment ail of which helped to bring about the happy result
BEAU Mrs PINKIIASI Sometime ago o I wrote to you describing my symptoms and andasked andnSked andasked
asked your advice You Y ourep1ie replied and I followed all your directions t ections carefully and today todayI
I am a well woman womanYour womanYour T TYour
Your advice and the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound entirely entirelyespelled entirelylled entirelyepdllec1
espelled lled the tumor and strengthened my whole system I can walk miles now nowIydia nowLydia nowLydia
Lydia E Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound is worth five dollars a drop I advise adviseall advise1JU adviseall
all womenwho are afflicted afilict d with tumors or female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful faithfulMountains faithfultriaL i itriaLSigned
triaL triaLSigned Signed Mns E F HAYES 252 5l Dudley St Roxbury Boston Mass MassMountains MassMountains
Mountains of gold could not purchase such testimony testimonyor or take the place of the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health and happiness thus gained ga cd by Mrs Hayes HayesFORFEIT Hayesn
n n r FORFEIT If v wo cannot forthwith nroduce toe orfeinarietters and an d signatures signatnrcaol
I 5000 ii I I P I I of above testimonial which trill proTO their absolute bsolut genninen gennineneYLrdiG genuineneiLWUUU M MLjdftt
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S r No other female medicine in the world has hasrcceived received such s ch widespread and unqualified endorsement No Noot other othermedicine otherk er eredicine
k p medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends Do not be persuaded that thatany thatny thatr thatany
r any ny other medicine is just as s good Any dealer who wh suggests something else has no Interest in your case se lie lieis Heis lIeIs
I is seeking a larger profit Follow the 1e record of this medicine and remember that the thousands of cures of olwomen ofwomen ofI ofI
women whose letters are constantly printed in this paper were not brought about by u 1 something somethin else els but by byLYDIA byLYDIA
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