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THE T SALT TA HERAID FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1904 ioo
BOTH SENATORS SENATORSMIXED SENATORSMIXED
MIXED IN FIGHT FIGHTT FIGHTStruggle FIGHTStruggle
T
Struggle on in Earnest Over OverGovernorship OverGovernorship1
Governorship GovernorshipEVERYBODY Governorship1EVERYBODY
EVERYBODY IS CONFIDENT CONFIDENTSMOOT
4 4SMOOT
SMOOT MEN SAY JTrWRNS TTAS TTASTWO AS ASd
d TWO C G4NDIDAThS G4NDIDAThSwi IIIUDATBS IIIUDATBSIt
wi
It is 1 to be iwesu1 pi taunted that th nobody who whoba ho hohas
has ba been watching developments m the theRepublican theflepiftiltean
Republican party of Utah during dinh7i the thepast tbepast
past few weeks hrfseves Senator Smoot Smootis
is 1 the only senator who is taking an anactive anactive
active part in the fight for nominations nominationson
on the state ticket If anyone has ha been beenlying beenlying
lying awake o nights worrying for forfear r rfear
fear Senator Kearns has failed to mix mixwith mixwith
with his senatorial foe that one may maysleep mY1eep
sleep in peace from this time forth forthEvents forthEvents
Events of the past few days prove provethis proctht3
this to the satisfaction of all who have havegiven havegiven
given the situatkm careful study The TheJ TheIand
J Iand > and of the senior senator has been beenclearly beenlenny
clearly revealed through the activity of ofhis ofhit
his known workers Men whose move movenents movenents
nents are an infallible index of the theKearns theTcearns
Kearns attitude are doing active can canpaign canSpaign
paign work for Wells and Hammond HammondThese HammondThese
These workersare men who move only onlyAvhen oiiywhen
when the senior senator directs When Whenh
h is 1 holding off they are idle when he heoecldes heiecIdes
oecldes to take a hand they become becomebusy becomebusy
busy busyBoth
Both Senators Deny Activity ActivityOf
Of course the senator has declared declaredthrough dedaredthrough
through hte hI usual channels that he is istaking istaking
taking no io part in the state ticket flght flghtSenator ghL ghLSenator
Senator Smoot has made similar dec declarations doe1kUos ¬
larations larationsThe 2 2The
The active participation of both was wasexpected wasexpected
expected Smoot has the double rea reason r ron ¬
son on of o being anxkma to control the tteentire theentire
entire Republican party rty n > f the stqte stqteand tiite tiiteaiid
and the desire to humiliate his hisWells eieAaY eieAaYw <
w Wells Kearns has the double raasnte raasnteif re retf
if being anxious to t set the whole party partymachinery ty tymachinery
machinery for his own political pur purposes piirposes ¬
poses and to beat Smoots ticket for forpersonal forpersonal
personal satisfaction Bach is anxious
10 1 0 bring the others plans to imu nujh nujhand ht htand
and it wa was a certainty that Keaaw Keaawvtmld KeaiiaOU1d
vtmld OU1d jump in as soon as Smoots woe wocxbegan woebegan
began to bear f fruit fruitThe ruHThe
The iseoe was sharply presented to toKearns toKfrn
Kearns by the opposition say his hisfriends iflafriends
friends HsJd he desired to keep out outof ut utof
of the present fight he would hs hsbeen hLio hLiobe4fl >
been forced into Iflt ° it try the activity of ofPmoot f fmoot
Pmoot moot in behalf of his candidate candidateKearns candidateKesms
Kearns must elect a legislature this thisfall thisfthI
fall if he goes back to the senate In Inall InthI
all the larger counties of the state were wereAspirants werespIrants
Aspirants for places on the state ticket ticketSome ticketSome
Some of these were Kearns med They Theywere Tbe1rwere
were in a position to demand that thatKearns thatKearns
Kearns come to their support now to tolesist LoI
lesist I the onslaughts of the Smoot Smootforces Smooz1orees
forces holding over him the threat of ofretaliation ofretaliation
retaliation when thelegislative the legiMative tickets ticketsare ticketsare
are made By his vigorous entry into intothe Intothe
the state fight Smoot threatened t4reKtened the thefuture thefuture
future senatorial career of Kearns Kearnewho Kearnswho
who had no choice but to take up the thesage thexage
sage against his colleague colleagueHard colleagueEard
Hard Choice Tor or Governor GovernorAs
As between Wellsand Hammond Ham for forthe to tothe
the nomination for governor it la i be beneved beieved
neved Kearns has little choice Smoot Smootmen
men 1 say that while he rather favors favorsHammond favorsHammond
Hammond personally he is giving Wells Wellsa
a shade the better of f his support just justat justt
at t present under the belief that Wells Wellsnill Wellswill
will show up stronger than Hammond Hammondin
in the convention It te anything to toxat toeat
eat Cutler with the senior senator senatorWhether senatorWhether
Whether WeHs and Hammond solid solicitedthe solidtedthe
tedthe Kets K yj suMort taasjio bear bearnig bearmg
nig 3n the Eact ct that th theyave been beengiven beengiven
given it The fact thai Smoot had a at L Lanthdte
t andidate agaitiat them was sumcieat sumcieati
i 1i < insure support from Kearns Tb Tbfurther Thi Thifurther
further charge that he is dividing hi hisupport liii liiiupport
support between tiiet ttoe proves if true truethat treethat
that he is not especially concerned as asto asto
to who wins provided Cutler loses losesAside hosmAside
Aside from the activity of the Kearns Kearnsworkers Kearnsworkers
workers in Salt Lake there is sufficient sufficientevidence sufficientovidence
evidence from elsewhere in the state stateto staLeto
to show that Kearns te taking a hand handReport handReports
Report from jthe tlw outside show that in inmany inmany
many sections delegations hwtroeleu hwtroeleufor
for candidates known to be Kearns Kearnsmen Xearnsmen
men are claimed for Walls or Ham Hammond Hammood ¬
mood but never for Cutler CutlerCutler CutlerCutler
Cutler Also lso Has Influences InfluencesBut Influencesflut
But Cutler has a few iiiftuencea back backof
of 4 him hIm He has a United States son senator sonator ¬
ator a congressman a state chairman chairmana
a national committeeman a long list listof listf
of f officeholders and corporations worth worthft
ft pretty penny pean He te getting gratu gratuitous gratuitous ¬
itous support from the many Republl Republlans RepubLtans
tans < who whod d not 1IH hle the methods methodsthe methodsthe
the senior senator He te hi a position positionto
to make a showing in the convention conventionThere conventionThere
There is no reason t j doubt that thatKearns thatEearns
Kearns is playing the old systeia systeiastill syetenistIU
still according to one of the Smoot Smootleaders Smootleaders
leaders He is depending on Ham Hammond Hamniond ¬
mond to keep votes from Cutler that thatWeils thatWells
Wells could not hold He is working workings
s s = hard as he can and is ready to tostep tostep
step from under when his candidate candidatelosesIt candidateloses
losesIt loses It will be just like the days fol following following ¬
lowing the last city campaign If IfWells IfWells
Wells wins you will hear the Kearns KearnsKarg Kearnsgang
gang yelling Weve fixed Smoot s god godsiul od odand
and plenty If Wells loses it vifl tflhe viflIn
In he Wells didnt show much strength strengthlid
lid he Well nobody can say we took tooka
a hand in it itBut itBut
But were going t < > nominate OulitT OulitTIf uUtr
If 1 not on the first ballot we shall do i it iton t ton
on the second unless something that is isnot i inot
not in sight now turns up later If it itfkhould ithouM
fkhould turn out that wo cant nomi nominate nomahate ¬
hate Cutler we will throw all the thvstrength thestrength
strength wecan to Hammond We in inT intend
T tend < = > nd to beat Wells at any cost We Wetire Weore
tire putting Hammond men on our ourslates ourslates
slates now in districts where we cant cantland cantland
land Cutler men We have had Ham Hammond Hammend ¬
mend men promise to come to Cutler if ifthey ifI
they I cant elect Hammond Wells has hasAlready barIready
Already d dann awn all il the Hammond Hammondstrength Hammondttrength
strength he is going to get getWells getWells
Wells and Hammond Together TogetherThere TogetherThere
There te however reason to believe believehis believehis
his Smoot adherent tajtes too rosy a aview aview
view of Cutlers chances when he fig figures figres ¬
ures res on Hammonds strength going to toCutler toCutler
Cutler It is given out straight that thatHammond thatHammond
Hammond and Wells are playing to together together ¬
gether against Cutler to the extent that thatCither thatither
Cither of the two te prepared to throw throwhis throwhis
his vote to the other to keep the nom nomination nowination ¬
ination away from Cutler It is cer certain certam ¬
tain tam that none of the Kearns support supportbark supportlak
bark of Wells or Hammond will go to toCutter LiTutkr
Cutter under any circumstances circumstancesShould circumstancesShould
Should the three candidates go into intoih
ih 1 he convention with anything liko a aloee t
loee < lineup ail around the nomiuatk nomiuatkof > <
of Hammond te jQiore than a aproabj aproabjity probabiK probabiKity
ity since he is promised support from fromtroth fromboth
troth of the others othersMeanwhile othersIeanwhile
Meanwhile the Wells men are daily dailybecoming dali dalioncoming
becoming more confident in their theirlaims theirlaztfls
< laims AH is cheerful at the WelL WtILiiedqnaiters WelLheadquarters
headquarters and the smile that wont wontome wontome
< ome off greets the wanderer from fromfar
7 far HknuDond Iskeeping is keeping quiet but butthe bii biithe
the other candidates concede him con considerable conzderablestregth ¬
siderable zderablestregth strength in several quarter quarterCutler qUrt11Cutler
Cutler Claims 283 Delegate DelegateThe DelegatesThe
The official forecaster of tte Cutter Cutterramp Cutlercamp
ramp last night offered another of hte htepromtctkrac bI bIproluctioee
promtctkrac this time taking iakin in almost almostall almostall
all the counties and rditinr his can candidate candMate ¬
didate with a total of X5 t which KOU KOUbe oul6
be sufficient in a convention where 231 231iMt 31 31ueftates
iMt ueftates ates The forf forfrHs as follows followsBeaver followsBeaver
Beaver S Box Elder ir i Vaone uhc Is IsDavte 1 1Davis
Davis 5 Iron 5 Juab 8 Kane CaneMillard 3 3Milterd
Millard Morgan 4 Rich 4 Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake 69 9 San Juan 1 Sanpete SanpeteI 29 29Tooele
I Tooele Iff Uintah 7 Utah 54 4 Wa Waeatch Viasatch
eatch 4 Washington S Wayne 3 3Weber 3Weber
Weber W Total 2S3 2S3Democratic 2S 2SDemocratic
Democratic Committee CommitteeThe
The Democratic state executive com committee corninlttee ¬
mittee held a meeting at headquarter headquarterin
J in the Atlas blo hJlok k yesterday Plant of
organization for the campaign cpaigidIVssed re realieussed
alieussed and some routine utine rattcdis rattcdispo9d ittetIiipad
pad of Themeeting The meeting was attended attendedby
by b Chairman Cannon Seorotary Daly Dalyaffessttg Dalytssre
affessttg tssre Dee Leary Dale Sloan S A AKing AEThg
King Moyle and Natiqpnl Natiialman gemmlUee gemmlUeeman
man Peery PeeryPIPAGES
Ii IiPLACES
PLACES OF PBOTABrES PBOTABrESList
List For Tonights Meetings An Announced Anpounced ¬
pounced by Chairman Bldredge BldredgeCounty BiciredgeCousty
County Chairman J U l Eldredse jr jrlast
last night announced the list of places placeswhere placeswhore
where Republican primaries will be beheld beheld
held tonight toname to name delegates to the thestate thedate
state convention co yeiittoq on Aug 26 5 The list Ustto listis
to not eemjriete owing to t fa iaUure ure of ofsome ofdistricts
some districts to report TJielIst The flst fol foltows folFirst
tows
First Precinct PrecinctIKstrlct PrecinctDlstdet
IKstrlct IKstrlctOver I IL
L Over Heinsley Kmsteys store cor corMM corDOT
DOT Uthi otk and Uth eet I II IH
MM BC < W H White ga 80 lSa t t9Cn
9Cn I jJPttCn jJPttCna
a 7 7i East 7th South
4 4K PsttbSouth PsttbSouthHewlett Ba > t Mi South
5 Hewlett Bros factory Sooth State StatePa StatsBasoment
Pa Basoment cin iit City and County building betidingcourt buildingv
v Tanoecs court room city and county county1jtdnca1w
building
S 1jtdnca1w Rwidence W F Langedecker LangeeerPWkQIIng 3SS 3SSBaa
Baa 5th Snuth SnuthCTckertoir
> CTckertoir store ore O E South f Vth th Bast laL1e
19 Anne ltli Ui ward meeting sett houae houaen bonsh bonslismss
n Re Mence Th lismss > mas Hobday 635 Sooth Soothth SouthSecond
th h Bast
Second Precinct PrecinctIz
12 Preecas store 681 South West Tern Teinplc Ternpie
pie
13 OottreMs store 17 l5 Mead street city
14 Fifth ward nteeUns boose boSsew
15 RevMence J L Wood cod MW jobason jobasonstreet JobhonStreet
street eity eity1C
1C Thompson Thom s hall corner 7th West Westand Westand
and Cannon street streetn
17 Sixth ward meeting house houeJi houseFith
Ji RecUence J A Anderson 3W West WestFilth
Fith
Filth Socth
1 19 Reakfeaee George Newiaixfe 8 if 2 W W5tb Wth
5tb th Sooth SaaULKot SoothNot
> Not reported reportedToun reportedMens
Toun Mens Republican dab Atlas AtlasBlock AtlaslQ
Block
9 1 lQ West Second South
8 as West W Second South Southa
a Residence A J Cronin Cronin1dSUL WestSec WestSecond
ond 1dSUL South 7
i Ill South Ith ta West West1ftient
31 Fifteenth 1ftient war ward amusement hall hallTJiird hellThird
Third Precinct Preoinotzr
zr Seventeenth ward meeting Jiousc houaeieoIdence
3 Realdence J Bull jr 2S7 North First Firstw Firstwest
w west t ti
westResidence i Residence Jos E Mnliett 292 O Walt Waltstreet Waltt
street streetm IeLi
m m t West Tfcfrd So Soelk SoelkIeL Ui UiSi
Si i 3tr oC TJalon school cornar 3rd 3rdWest 3rdWmt
West and 1st North NorthL
L Ii 4 North S0i th West WestA WestlLRdee
A lLRdee ReoldpHcc e A H Andenos t1 4 West Westat Westi
i at ResMewe T A Harring r 44 M2 North NorthLfrd
1 TUrd Lfrd West WestX
X Not reported reportedM reportedand
M and 9L Twantythirft ward nucting nuctingb
b M r rPourth
Pourth Precinct PredncfcrS7
i
rS7 v Indepandence bail earner Second Seceadaad Secondid
aad id A atrceU stinetsParrys
38 P Parrys rry priHUng office 43 East EastNorth BeatNorth
North Temple TempleRes1dee
9 Residenee J O Nystrora 390 C Cstieet CSteOt
stieet j
4 ReaMence GMflM Snyder 32 6th 6thstreet 6thStreet
street >
41 m TMrA Thlt street
42 Rarittoace RoIdea e J S Hlglww 7 ThP Second Seeoadstreet Secondsttcet
street
42 Monteer store 19 Second street streetJE5
4
JE5 Fifth tb Precinct
44 ReetdeHce Gears Sheets US Sooth Soothllth South11th
llth East East2B EaStSouth
2B Sooth Ninth E Eaet EaetIS t ti
IS i Auwk llth ward meeting bouse noose noosePflt
4 Pflt Peer r Hiuraen 2ST Smith ilk East BastL 1
45 L Warch Bsrebtstore store B East tot South SouthtTaaatch
4 tTaaatch drug store cbrner c rer Second Secondrath Second3uth
3uth rath mod Third Last BastM LastIs
M Theatre Pharmacy corner First and andSoolk andSouth
South Sis SisSt
51 OU dty ball Diehls coart room
5 Not rep reporud reporudSi rted
Si 5 Waterloo ctaooUMosft ctaooUMosftM
M l Central acfaoolnouae acfaoolnouaei
is i Thirtieth district acbeolhoiMe
57 7 MHI W1 Creek ward hwtse1 hwtse17S beset besetFortyfourth
7S Fortyfourth district scboolb scboolbGofrs schoolhonse schoolhonseG
G Gofrs kalL kalLis1 att atttk
is1 tk central school building buildingit
9 Forest Dale Dale5chtsih5Vae Dale5chtsih5VaePolitical schoe4h se sePolitical
Political Notes KotesJ
J A Melville of Fillmore is in tb tbcity the thecity
city Mr la MetolMe Is cbairmaja f e ei eFIftPJ
i Fiftt jMdJdfc4 dletAet K Psjiatl4ca uMtcaA c coin coinmittne ra ramitree
mitree and < will be fh Nepalnext NepalnextTuesday NephInext NephInextTuenday
Tuesday to attend the convention conventionthere conventionthere
there returning to take part mrt in the thesint
1 state convention at Salt Lake The Thei Thesntor4al
i senatorial sntor4al oowrentkm of the district districtWill districtI
I Will wwveue at Xephi Tuesday af atter atterJ ter terI
J I noAH uo ft4 the judicial convention oontin oontini coming comingIn
i hi the forenoon Mr Melville says he hebelieves hebelieves
believes Cutler will get four vote and andij andWells
j Wells live from the Mlllard d delegation delegationApostle aesationI
I Apostle George A Smith is on onfederal one onefedelal
federal office holder who win not be bein beIn
in th thO coming convention He has hasleft hasleft
left tie city for or a trip of two weeks weeksduration weeksduration
duration durationSeth durationI
I Seth Pixton a merchant of Riverton Rivertonwho i iwho
who has been mentioned occasionally occasionallyas j jas
as poarifele timber for the Republican RepublicanlJgIattve i iWstelative
Wstelative tkskat now gives it out that thathi j ji
i hi be is a candidate for the nomination nominationfor
for county assessor and for no other otherSloe otherogle0
Sloe hi the gift gittOfthe of the party partyReturns partyReturns
Returns from the primaries will be bereceived bereceived
received ati Z4 the headquarters of the theYoung theYoung
Young M Mnds > 8 Republican dub this thisevening thiserJng
evening for the accommodation of club clubmembers clubmembers
members candidates and friends friendsTho friendsThe
The Box Elder delegation may be befound befuend
found an n uncertain quantity because becausej
j of a a disposition up there 1o TO effect effecttrados effecttradee
trados IB the e interest lilterest of the candidacy candidacyof
of J A Edwards of Brigham City Cityfor Cityforthe for forthe
the nomination for forstate state auditor auditorIn
In the excitement Colonel Ed Loose Looseo Loeseof
o of Provo nlipwl4 fcp kl not be overlooked overlookedThe j jI
I The colonel is l reported to be dofn doing doingvalient 1 1valient
valient work f fpr r Cutler in Utah coun county county ¬
ty and ta said to hare shown several severalsassy everalmast
sassy boys their places lately Huh HuhIsaar UuhIsaac
Isaac Coon of Pleasant Green te be being belag ¬
lag mentioned aa a candidate for a ai alower
i lower bouse boe nomination on tMe tt Demo DemoI Demoeratie
I rratic ticket It fe represented by Mr Mri MrCopps
i Copn Copps friends that his section of the thecownty theco
cownty co lity has not been representell on tfc tfclegislative Ue Uelegislative
legislative ticint for several years past pastI j jand
I and te entitled to aote reqpmitioo rgnftionnew j jnow
now AnolbercjHUnc bqard ia biconuec biconuection connec connection ¬
tion witb Itb nominations for the tower towerbouse lowerhouse
house B ht that of W B pEun lEnajk oC Dra Draper Draper ¬
per who was a candidate Mr coii codjity codjitycoznn4oner cy cycommtestoRcr
commtestoRcr on the DemocraVc ticket ticRettwo tickettwo
two > earsago vearsagoThe earsagoThe
The Hammond men were yesterday yesterdayclaiming yesterdayclaiming
claiming a majority of Summit Davis Davisj DavisRich
j Rich BOx BOxConnaittees Elder and Cache Cachej
j Committee of the ioung oung Mens Re Republican Republicen ¬
publican dub are busy in completing canaptetlngarrangvnients completingaimageineuth
arrangvnients for the state lam bake bakeand bakeand
and talkfest at Saltair on Aug 2 2The 25 25The
The railroad committee reports that thatin th5Lh
h in addition to the fortyfive minute minutetrain minutetrain
train service spedai sflaMgnMHaittg sflaMgnMHaittghave ffoItts ffoIttshave
have been made with the street car carcompany carcompany
company to transport the iuge parade paradeand paradeand
and countless multitude to the depot depotfrom depotfrom
from We West t Temple and First South Southwhere Southwbero
where the parade will blow up The Theamusement Theamusement
amusement committee will WI meet Kt the theheadquarters theheadquarters
headquarters tomorrow evening to toperfect toperfect
perfect its plans The is some talk talkof talkof
of organization a marching club with wttaflambeau withllambeau
flambeau division 4ivMonSADDTO divisionADDTOREWARD
SADDTO ADDTOREWARD ADDTOREWARDLocl REWARD REWARDi
i V VLocal
Local Greeks Anxious For Arrest of ofZigich ofZigich
Zigich ZigichDr
Dr P Q P AttUui a wealthy GreeK GreeKot Creelof
ot thl this city and Denver announced ye5 ye5terday yeetelday
terday that be h and andeVeral < everai of his felloe bib e e4untryTSen J Jcountrymen
countrymen and friends would increase increaseItoe inereaaIbe
Itoe ward ard tyfc the apprehension of ofMarko ofMko
Marko Zigich the murderer ef Bill BiAJTsrro Billszro
JTsrro szro by 999 999This OG OGThis
This Will IM make the total amount of ofthe 5 5Uw
Uw r rSw fp 1499 LlouErer7 1499Ev
Ev Erer7 ry wort being made by the thepoike thepoiketo police policeto
to locate thejnan so far has beoa ii4iz un unsucaessfui unsucesstul
sucaessfui I IBaaob
sf > o oBasebelC
BasebelC Baaob ll Spokane vs Salt Lake LakeAu LakeAug
Au Aug 17 to 21 Ladies free todaj todajVIaD toda todac todaPARK
c
PARK CITY ANDRETURN1150 ANDRETURN1150v1aD
VIaD R G Sunday Augr 21 21L i iLaI4SU
L aVfesiU LiSte It r f a m Returntug Return Returning ¬
tug lsvetPar J arR City CltsZp i4 ai C Chant ChantlOfl5lilUq amr amrtrtonshlUf
trtonshlUf b 1305015111 eball game Bureka VP VPPark VtPark
Park City 5 < > od chan ebans e to see the thebotiait
botiait camp
SMOOT SAYS lIES NOT A BOSS BOSSSenator BOSSV
V
4 GT
C CSenator
Senator Wntesr 1frJtesrGornmunic Gommumcation tion Denying That He LeIs Is Try Trying Trying
ing to Be the Dictator of the Republican Party PartyIn j jin
in In This State
A late ate and interesting contribution to tothe tothe
the literature of the present campaign campaignIs
Is from fromth the aan peaof f Senator Reed Smoot SmootThe SmootThe
The comnMiRicatkMi WaaIiblishdd w ai > ubllshed con consplenously consplenously
splenously on the first page of th the Des Deseret Deseret
eret News yesterday afternoon under underthe underthe
the heading Senator Senati Smoot and His HisPohItfcaj
Polltlcar 9e Eesitlon ltkMi The he hedIng tdlns fur further furtJer ¬
ther announced Makes Plain and andj
ltnpbat1c Denial That He Is Acting Actingas
j as s Dictator or Boss BossPofntod Pointed Query Queryas
as to Silence of Senior Senator SenaterHas Has a
Favorite for Governor and Wants tp tj
Know Why Not XotThe NotThe
The letter published on the eVe of ofthe
the Republican primaries in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeiCity
City occasioned muchcomment not in inpolitical InPolItical
political circles alone It follows in
full fullProvo
Provo City Aug 17 17To To the Editor dflor
I believe that my duty to the public publicrequires publicretuires
requires me to speak at this time on ona otta
a subject that is receiving ranch at attention attentlon ¬
tention From personal choice I would wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer to remain quiet and ignore the thevolumes theVolumes
volumes of gross misrepresentation ut uttered Uttered ¬
tered againet aInst me by la certain class of ofthe ofthe
the press pr of this state but my duty to tothe tothe
the people most be given preference preferenceThe preferenceThe
The people should know the truth that thatthey thatthey
they may form their judgment thereon thereonAll thereonAll
All through my life I have sought to tobe tobe
be open and candid and to have my myactions myactions
actions recorded above board boardA
A general election is approaching In Inthis inthis
this state Certain newspapers and andindividuals andIndividuals
individuals are charging that J r am put putting putting ¬
ting myself up as a boss a political politicaldictator politicaldictator
dictator that I want to be the whole wholething Wholething
thing that I am tcyfns to dictatethe dictatethepersonnel dlctatetheperonnej
personnel of the whole state ticket ticketfrom ticketfrom
from the governor down These papers papersand papersand
and these individuate know well that thattheir thattheir
their charges are false but they con continue continue ¬
tinue their methods just the same Why
do they persist in the falsehoods if ifnot Ifnot
not to divert attention from their own owncourse owncourse
course They say I ought to have no nopreference nopreference
preference for an office ofllcethat that the senior seniorsenator seniorsenator
senator from this state has none but is isperfectly Isperfectlr
perfectly dumb OB the question Dumb Dumbindeed DumbIndeed
indeed Are his personal organs and andrepresentatives andrepresentatives
representatives dumb It is a fact that thatevery
1 every man of prominence who veptures vepturesto
to have a preference for a candidate candidatenot
not approved by them is held up to un unmitigated unmitigated ¬
mitigated ridicule misrepresentation misrepresentationand
and abuse Who is it that by these thesemethods thesemethods
methods seeks to be the absolute die dictator dietator ¬
tator of all Let the people stop and andconsider andconsider
consider There is no doubt in my mind mindas
as to the reply of all thinking men The Thepeople Thepeople
people may be fooled for a time by the theclaptrap theclaptrap
claptrap of misstatement and false ac acFRESH acFRESH
FRESH AIR AIROR AIRORLITTLE FSOR FSORLITTLE
LITTLE FOLKS FOLKSSalvation FOLKSSalvation
Salvation Army Picnics Are ArePopular ArePopular
Popular PopularEUN Populari PopularEUNFOR
i
EUN EUNFOR FOR THE STREET ARABS ARABSHOW ARABSI ARABSHOW
I
HOW TTTB CHILPREK OF THE THEPOOR TKEPOOR
POOR ARE TREATED TREATEDThe
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The Salvation Army took fortyseven fortysevenfresh fortysevenfresh
fresh air children for a days outing outingagain outingagain
again yesterday and the little ones had hadone badone
one of f th the moetanjoynihi most enjoyable times of thalt thaltlives tbeItlives
lives David Keit has donated th thuse tba tbause
use of a portion of the old Agricultural Agriculturalthe Agriculturalpark
park for the childrens plsytiKi and andthe
the place lias been fitted out With wlrhswings Withswings
swings baseball diamond whirligig whirligigand whidigtganti
and other playthings for the children childrenTwice chihlreiTwice
Twice a week on Mondays and andThursdays andThursdays
Thursdays the army takes two score scoreor scoreor
or more children who do not often get getA et eta
A days outing to this spot The army armyhas armyher
has purchased a canvastop Camping Campingwagon campingwagon
wagon and David Sharp has tendered tenderedthe tenderedthe
the use of a team of horses The chil children childrea ¬
dren are collected from their homes homesand homesand
and taken to the park in the morning morningand morningand
and returned again at night in good goodcondition goodcondition
condition Wholesale grocers commis commission commisslon ¬
sion men dairymen bakers and others othersdonate othersdonate
donate refreshments The luncheon luncheonserved luncheonserved
served is not elaborate but consists o ogood of ofgood
good substantial food foodAlready foodAlready
Already 2flO o children who come from fromthe fromthe
the poorer classes of society have havebeen havebeen
been given 1ven a pleasant days outing in inthis inthis
this manner Not one accident has oc occurred occurred ¬
curred and only once has a child had hadtqbe hadtQ
tqbe tQ be disciplined This was a boy who whowas whowas
was sent home because he swore The Theoutings Theoutings
outings are in charge of the Salvation SalvationArmy SalvationArmy
Army lassies Adjutant Minnie Bryan BryanCaptainGibson BryanCaptain
CaptainGibson Captain Gibcon 3 Miss > ltas Johnson Ensign Knsignand Ensignand
and Mrs Kettle The children are di divided dlvided ¬
vided into two classes the tough and andthe andthe
the better behaved ones This te to tokeep tokeep
keep those who have had a vicious viciousbringing viciousbringing
bringing up from contaminating the thebetter thebetter
better dispositioned ones onesTTomorrow onesomorrow
TTomorrow omorrow there will bean b n extra out outing outleg ¬
leg for the benefit of the thirtyfour thirtyfourlittle tkirty4sjurlittle
little ones at the State Sta street orphans orphanshome otphdflshome
home Through the courtesy of Ring Rkigling RingHug
ling Brothers these children were per permltted pertaitted
mltted to attend the circus tir us last week weekbeing weekbeiitg
being taken to the grounds in the Sal Salvation Salration ¬
ration Army wagon wagonIt
It te the object of Staff Captain Wood Woodof
of the local Salvation Army corps to togive o I Igive
give an outing to those Children wtotpe wtotpeaotne
aotne 5011 taftueace is bad s d orthose or whospend who whospend
spend most of their timeon the streets streetswhere steeetrwhere
where they learn all sorts of immoral immorality ra raity ¬
ity Soute are ire taken whose whosepareuts parents can canaiid cartad
aiid do give the children other outings outingsBut outlngsBut
But these < are the offspring of fathers fathersand I Iand
and mothers who take their children to toresorts toresorts
resorts where the little ones would see seedrinking seedrinking
drinking and other excesses The Sal Salvation Salirtlon ¬
vation Army gives theirs children an anouting anouting
outing where they have just as good a atime atime
time the amusements are innocent and andthe nd ndthe
the surroundings arehighly moral moralWATCHMAN moralo moralWATCHMAN
o
WATCHMAN IS I KILLED KILLEDSpecial RTTTDSpecial
Special to The Herald HcraMQgdea HeraldOgden
Ogden Aug lA > Greek employed employedas
as a watdiman at a washout hi Echo Echocanyon Bclr Bclrnyou
canyon nyou was killed by the westbound westboundOnion westboundllnlon
Onion Pacific passenger train In early earlythis earlythis
this morning The Iw cylinder Jwad of ofvnniettve ofnmettve
> vnniettve crushed his skull He Hehad Hehad
had been asleep on the track and andantuvciiea andsraavirl
antuvciiea Jusc as the train came alon alonbut along alongbut
but too late to escape
Frank Camerou UK U Scotch black4 black4smith blacktiimltk
smith wh Wiis at alt thtegi the stS folk of Soda SodaSprings SodaIprInga
Springs marveling at a most convincing convincingbtory convincingttory
btory h 14 told toldOf f being left S ttLlit < r i by byan y yas
as uncle In Great Britain has been beenarrested beenaiested
arrested in Denver By means of hi hitale his histale
tale ofgte of great t wealth the young fHlow fHlowwooed ffloWooed
wooed ooed and am won pretty 16yearold Nina NinaRowley NinaRowley
Rowley the granddaughter oC H Bars Harsley Barshey
hey a weaWir lumberman lumbermanCameron lUU1bPi1flflcanmtou
Cameron on 41 1OIIU locating to Soda Springs Springssecured Springssecured
secured employment to the blacksmith btaclcsmitncoop
coop 1100 of tbe girls orotHertolaw He Hete Eeis
te a handsome chap with a winning winningway winnn winnnvay
way and made a hit with all the theoung theyoUng
yoUng oung ladieir of the town He capttu eapturild eapturildate ad adSic
Sic heart cf Miss Rowlfcy and married marriedhersix tnarrIdher
hersix her sIx weeks ago arPocnteilo He Hehad Hehad
had aletter purporting to come froA i ian Ian
an English attorney tailing hm th thtt thttbe t tbe
be was the sole heir of wealthy Wit Wilfiam Witflaut
fiam Cameron He could have th the e ecato ed edatonce
cato at atonce once if he would marry other oihervould otherrise
rise nly theJatereat on the money moneywould
would be his This letter although althoughwritten altliougiwritten
written in his own undisguised han < i
cusatlon cusatlofl4 but when they get dQ dcflya ta to tocalm toeam
calm eam judgment they will ill discoVa 4 1ie 1iereel e ereal
real situation They will see with Se Seclearness the theclearness
clearness of the noonday light that I Iam Iam
am not making a single effort In the thei theline
i line of political dictation The Th chargU chargUa
is a wholly < f jiuuj nus absolutely jiuujj untrue untrueHdve uuuuc uuuucHave
Have I a preference as to who should shouldbe
be the next governor of this sta tae taeCertainly e eCertainly
Certainly and I have not been afraid afraidto
to let the public know it to a frank frankI frankand
I and explicit manaer thaeuer it is the common commonright commeflright
right of every American citizen to have haveI haveandto
I and andto to expressthat preference Wilt WIHt WIHany Wiltany
any man or newspaper attempt to 4e 4ej depure
t
j pure me or any other citizen of that thatI thatright
I right I have been in the open in any anypreference y yiircference
preference I may have I have neither neitherdrawn neitherdrawn
drawn out nor put in candidates for forgovernor forgovernor
governor notwithstanding the false as assertions assertions ¬
sertions to the contrary that have been beenrepeated beenrepeated
repeated so often oftenI
I am also accused of refusing to sup support support ¬
port the present governor for renomi renominatlon renoinination
nation because he opposed me for the thesenate thesenate
senate That charge also fe vfale falae H Hmychoice ItIs
Is true that the present g3vernor Is 0t 0tmy
mychoice my cholce principally because of the thethird thethird
third term termRotation termRotation
Rotation in executive offices has made madeit
it possible for us u to look back in his history history ¬
tory at the records of numerous great greatpresidents greatpresidents
presidents and governors We have havehad havehad
had a good governor who has held of office offlee ¬
flee for nine years Is not that long longenough longenough
enough I believe Ifi making it possi possible p0951ble ¬
ble for our children and our childrens childrenschildren childrenschildren
children and andyen ven some of us who have havenot havenot
not reached the allotted age df man manto manto
to say that while our state had one onegood onegood
good governor it also had other great greatand greatand
and good Republican governors governorsI
I i have stated my position briefly and andI
I hope clearly As to the misrepre misrepresentations inisrepresentations ¬
sentations against me I ask the public publicto
to consider the whole situation in incalmness Incalmness
calmness I have no fears of their theirfairness theirfairness
fairness It is up to the good people peopleof
of this state to pass on this matter matterand matterand
and I am not uneasy over the verdict of ofmy ofmy
my fellow citizens if only onlythefadin the facts can canbe canbe
be got before them themSigned themSigned
Signed REED SMOOT SMOOTGovernor SMOOTGovernor
Governor Wells to whom Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot makes pointed reference when whenasked whenasked
asked If he had anythingrtoaay in can cStonection canunction
unction with the matter replied with withasmile Witha
asmile asmileI a smile smileI
I see the junior senator says I have havamade havemade
made a good governor arid thatllisve thatllisvebeen thatI have havebeen
been in office for nine years I thank
him for the compliment and the people peoplefor peoplefor
for their continued confidence The Thesenator Thesenator
senator and I are in hearty accord accordDECLARE accordDECLAIRE
DECLARE WAR WARON
1 ON TARIFF TAXRetail TAX T4XRetail
Retail Druggists Will Fight For ForFree ForFree
Free Trade TradeI
v vDEMAND
I
g gDEMAND
DEMAND CHEAPER MEDICINE MEDICINEt
t 1 1WILL
I IWILL
WILL WORK THHOUGH CON CQNGEESSMEN CONGBESSMBN
GEESSMEN AND SENATORS SENATORSWar
4 4War
War on onthe the tariff on proprietary mod modJclncfer medjclnl
Jclncfer imported from abroad Is being beingwaged behs behswaged
waged by thp the NatJt National > nal Association Aaae ation of i iItetall
Retail Druggists The local l al branch of ofthe ofthe
the association held a meeting in the liteCommercial theCommerciaL
Commercial club yeaCeraaynornteg at atwhich a awhich
which this subject was generally this ufecussed thiscussed
cussed W B Cheatham Cheathanithe the man manager manager ¬
ager of the western district ffr the thecseociation tntrasociation
cseociation was present at thfemeet thfemeeting tbemelag ¬
lag and took a prominent part in this thadiscussion thisdiscussion
discussion discussionThe discussionThe
The point brought out was that pacf pacfent pa paeat
eat medicines manufactured In Gee Germany Geemany ¬
many and other foreign f reign countrle countrleand eountjlesand
and selling in those countries for fo
25 cents a package s sell H in the theUnited
United States for 1 This price is ismade ismade
made possible by the monOpoly created createdby createdby
by the tariff It Is argued and Is un unjust enjust ¬
just to the public as well as the drug druggists druggists ¬
gists In addition to this It te said that thatmany thatmany
many of these foreign medicines aie aiemade azemade
made in this country and sold for the thehigh thehigh
high price made possible by the tariif tariifThe tarlifThe
The matter was up in congress at the thelast thehint
last session and was favorably consid considered constdered
ered It was vasalso also favored by Presi President President ¬
dent Roosevelt In his message Tie Tieplanof TepIartof
planof the druggists now s to bring bringio
io to bear all the pressure possible on oncongressmen oncongressmen
congressmen and senators to secure a amodification amodification
modification of this item in the tariff tariffiaw1 tari tarilaw
law The meeting yesterday was well wellattended Wellattended
attended and the members of the local localorganization localorganization
organization entered into the spirit of ofthe oCthe
the discussion discussionThis discussionThis
This was Mr Cheathams first vfcit vfcitI vkitto
I to Salt Lake and he was wascharmed charmed witli witlithe witltthe
the cityr city and its surroundias Ye Yeterdaybie Yeterday
terday terdaybie 1l workedhardaJT d ynutto ynuttolay butte buttetIuy
lay he hiesiII will devote to sightseeing Hi Hihas Il Ilinn
has just justeompleted completed a trip through Ore Oregnn Oregnu
> gnu Washington Montana and ITlah ITlahIJe Vtthle
IJe will 111 50 from here to tohis < his home in inSon inSan
Son Frs Francisco FranciscoTalks ncisco nciscoTalks
Talks of Drug BusinessSpeaking Business BiisinebsSpeaking
Speaking of druggists in general Mr MrCheathiim MrOheatham
Cheathiim said There ia au erroneoas erroneoasidea crroneomidea
idea out that druggists d igiste ntake enqroipua enqroipuaprofits enqrisoueprofita
profits Can you name three rgtfl rgtfll rdtaltdrtigItAs
l druggists AVho have become rich In the thebusiness thebusificss
business That should be the test testBvefy testEveiy
Bvefy drugstore is iji art emergency rfta rftation ta tatIonand
tion tIonand and you could notget three nnm4 nnm4to zuueito
to ax a petition to have any drug store storeremoved storeremoved
removed from any neighborhood Did Didyou Didyou
you ever think of that People go gothe 1 1the
the druggist with all kinds of troub1eand trouble troubleand
and they go at all times of the day or orrilglit ornight
night Druggists are imposed upon o oall Os Ostll
all sides and no other class of businass businassmen buiuasamen
men need organization more They Theyhave Theyhave
have been the last to organize but the theare they theyare
are organizing new There are 27060 21060z i iletail
letail z tail druggists in our association now nowThe nonThe
The main headquarters are in Ch1ca Ch1caand Chicago Chicagornd
and the western headquarters are 3in 3inSan JthSan
San Francisco FranciscoThe FranciscoThe
The retail druggists of the United UnitedStates tnitedSiates
States are sJUworli at vork to secuBea secure u reduc reduction reducLion
Lion of the Dingley tacilf rates onifki onifkiportcd onJ onJported
ported drugs chemicals and proprie proprietary proprietony ¬
tony medicines
GAY YOUNG YOUNG3OOOOOO 53000000 DECEIVER DECEIVERBRINGS DECEIVERBRINGS
BRINGS UP IN A DENVER DENVERJNI Mi
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writing deceived the banker ol So SoSprings Sopdngs
Springs and the relatives of the brD bfli1A brDA
A few weeks ago CahtfTOfc Catu roa toOk toOkyoung a ayoung
young wife and brotherrinlawjto Den Deaier Dener
er to sign the papers wiiwh were werethe W WUic
the hands of an attorney there so he hetfild hetold
told his companions Haraley loaueJ loaueJt losnelVunerQn
t VunerQn uueron the money with which to tott toifiuke
ifiuke tt the trip Cameron displayed fou fouteffge fouido
teffge cheeks but did not attempt attemptahh tttl tttlsfeh
sfeh thorn Harsley tecome susptciflus susptciflusand
and told tho story to the poliCe Wioplaced Hb Hbplaced
placed Cameron under arrest With WithfllTn VItbbim
fllTn was his steiyard yylIt a former formerdetective formerdetectke
detective 1n Vancouver whom Hebad Hebadalso be had hadalso
also deceived Wylie w wg cl I5ett I5ettIirtl seU seUghtfrtlv
ghtfrtlv Iirtl after the arrest Harsley mi mit mitMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs 4moron seemed inclined to tor torgive t r rgivo
give Itic gay deceiver and a as the police policeJn polleeJn
Jn Denver had no specific charo charoagainst char charagainst
against him he also was let go Cam Camcrdn Caineron
crdn said to the detectives tha thai thaienly th thinly
inly reason he Sim his fa ato tatetv thTe4 tV1 tV1towln r rto
to towln winhis hisbride bride and as lfs Ts fair in inTovr inTOve
Tovr and andwhr war concluded concludedbeSas heWas doing doingn
n i reAl harm
UTAH COUNTY MEN MENvWHO MENWHO
WHO WANT wA1oFFIcE wA1oFFIcECandidates OFFICE OFFICECandicJafes
Candidates Are Many in in Both BothParties BothParties
Parties PartiesIfer Parties11ST
Ifer iS EVER EXPANDING EXPANDINGSOIOT
SOIOT sO OF THOSE os WHO ABE ABEProve ABEaPIRING
aPIRING aPIRINGProve
Prove Awgr hSThalIat 15 Thelist at candidates
for the different oUteog In Utah county
Is constantly growing For the leer ie
iaianire there is no en end of avail available availabI ¬
able abI candidates Among those whonisy who whonwjrvbe
nwjrvbe nisy be given legislative honors arc ar R A
Barney of Provo Hyrttm Lemiftan of
Passion J H Clark ef American Fork ForkAbet ForkAbet
Abet John Evans of Lent Gaorge M
Smoot of Vineyard H T Reynolds ana anadrew
tIrs Ltiefla Ilnynipoil of hprlngvilie Xn
drew Morgan of Stmateh Fork Judge J JB 1 1BIIiner
B BIIiner Miner and Judge M 1L 31 KelloRs of ofrovo ofor
rovo rovoFor
For or county commissioners there are areWilliam areillfiam
William D 1 Roberts Hyrum Jensen and andO anda
a O Haws of Provo H T i Rrjtolds of f
Spciagrille Abel J Evaiu of Lehl John JohnJones JohnToues
Jones and James L Hates of Spanish SpanianFork SpanishFork
Fork George M Smoot of Vineyard VineyardF VimyardFor
F For r county attorney there are re A B BMorgan BMorgan
Morgan Grant C Bagley E 3 E Corfman CorfmanA
A strong effort will be made to get
Oeorso A Storm to consent to run for forsheriff forsheriff
sheriff Mr Sierra always rune ahead aheadof aheadof
of fills ticket If this cannot be done there thereare thereare
are Myron C Newell ana City Marshal MarshalHenry MarshalIlenry
Henry of Provo and J J Mrer ot otAmerican ofAmerican
American Fork who always poll a big bisvote bigvote
vote Jn their own owp towns James E Hall Hallof Haltof
of Springvtllc and Louis Roblueon of ofPleasant UtPleasant
Pleasant Grove GroveD
D II Robinson of Pleasant Grove Is Isfavorably ISfavorably
favorably considered for county clerk as asis asIs
is Frank A McGraw of Provo ProvoFor ProveFor
For treasurer Mrs Luella Raymond Raymond3Iie TIaymoodMke
Mke Nellie Sumsion of Sp Spelngvifie ngvHle Miss MissPauline 3riaoPauline
Pauline E Brown Browsof of Pleantint Grove and andA andA
A T Southwick and l David > avW Onenzhaw of ofProvo ofProvo
Provo are favorable candidates candidatesFor
For recorder Hyrum F Thomas and andMrs andMts
Mrs AVilmirth White of Prova would wouldmake wouldmake
make strong candidates candidatesLouis candidatesLouis
Louis P Lund and Mark Bczxant of ofPleasant ofPleasant
Pleasant Grove are considered desirable desirablecandidates desirablecandidates
candidates for assessor assessorThe assessorThe
The above are not all that are consid considered conakIeretl ¬
ered for nomination to the thevarlous various offices officesbut officeshut
but some of the probabilities probabilitiesRepublican probabilitiesRepubhican
Republican Candidates CandidatesUtah CandidatesUtah
Utah county will go to the Republican Republicanelate Reptibliesertate
elate convention almost solid for John C CCutler CCutler
Cutler for governor although Governor GovernorWells Governorw
w Wells ella will get some support unless the thestrings thestrings
strings can be drawn tighter In the else election elsetlg ¬
tion tlg of delegates than at present seem seemooaelble seoIaDossible
ooaelble His support woud ft 5e greater greaterif
if he were Senator Smoots candidate than thanit
it will be with this advantage in favor ot otMr otMr
Mr Cutler The county will also support supportMr supportMr
Mr Glazier for state treasurer on the theprinciple thePrinciple
principle of county loyalty No stock is istaken istaken
taken here in the story that he h is to be beTrailed bepulled
Trailed off ia exchange for Cutter support supportalthough supportalthough
although this could be done if it were wereconsidered wereconsidered
considered necessary
Herbert S Pyne the present county countyrecorder countyrecorder
recorder made a swift little spurt for th thnomination the thenomination
nomination of state treasurer early In Inthe inthe
the game and came in tar considerable considerableacrimonious considerableacrimonious
acrimonious criticism from Mr Guslars Guslarssupporters Glaslerssupporters
supporters because It was charged he hehod hehad
had began the race before the word was wasgiven wasxlven
given by the starters because he was aa aaoffice anofflce
office seeker seckersomethlng something a pettUctan pettUctanabhors pelitidanabhors
abhors in hlsr opponent opponentand and on othe otheequally otheewal1y
equally good and sufficient grounds groundsHerb groundsHerb
Herb was pretty angry about It for fora
a while and so were hfe friends and In Indications indicatioss ¬
dications were good for a oeatrffui little littlescraw littlescrap
scrap Gradually it became known that thatMr thatMr
Mr Pyne was not a candidate any longer longerHe lungerHe
He had nothing to say about it himself himselfbut himselfbut
but intimated that he bad something up uphis uphis
his sleeve The Democrats saW b be had hadbeen hadbeen
been Induced to withdraw from the thestate thestatetreeorership state statetreasurership
treasurership candidacy ant promised the thosupport thesupport
support of the push for another term termas termasceuntl
as asceuntl county recorder Whether this is I true trueor trueor
or not cannot be ascertained but it itwade itmade
wade E J Jones the present deputy re recorder recorder ¬
corder who is a candidate for the office officeof office0t
of recorder feel nervous and Ms friend friendSigett1ng friendare
are igett1ng getting ready to stand oy Win pnsfc puskerzenush pnsfcAT
AT erzenush ntfrttUsh They claim that two years yearsAgtJMr yearSb
AgtJMr b rr Pyne momised his support t tTOttes to tol
TOttes l ues for this election and Pyne does not notdeny mAdtfly
deny that Jones comes from Spanish SpanteJiFork SpanishFork
Fork Where here the Jones family are numer numerous nurserousand ¬
ous ousand and he has also many irtends tFiends through througmtins throughthe
tins county c uiity Now Py Pzron e > hvs spoiled spuil d an another aneLba ¬
eLba other row rowt by announcing that he is not notout notout
out for anything Mr Jones supporters supportersare
are not sleeping they uo u not propose proposeto
to bo caught napping ana nff have Pynes Pynesfriend Pynesfriendd
friend force the nomination upon him himat himat
at the convention conventionRenominating conventionRenominating
Renominating Commissioners CommissionersCocnty CommissionersCounty
County Commissioners Dunn and Webb Webbwill Webbwill
will received renomination as they have haveonly haveuniv
only served one term eacn air Dunn Dunntwill Dunnwill
twill will probably get the fouryear term termThere termThere
There is interest in the contest between betweenCounty betweenCounty
County Clerk Bachman and Deputy DeputyCounty DepetyCounty
County Clerk Elias A Gee Ge for the need nomination neednation ¬
nation for county clerk Air Gee states statesthat state6that
that before he became an active randldat randldathe eandidatthe
he asked Mr Bachman whether he would wouWbe wouldbe
be a candidate In which went Mr Gee Geewould Geewould
would not enter the race Mr Bachman Bachmansaid Bachmaflsaid
said lie wo would ld not be a candidate and andthen andthee
then Mr Gee began to approach his hisfriends hisfriends
friends for their support and influence influenceAH IiflueflesAll
AH went merry as a marriage bell till tilla tiltabout
a boat three weeks ago when Mr Bach Bachman Bachman ¬
man decided to set the nomination him himself i iself
self He says that when hen Mr Gee asretf asretfWra askba4gm
Wra 4gm about being a candidate h was not noti notprepared
i prepared to announce his caadiJacy Each Eachwill Eachtrill
will have strong support but A Soren SorenSen i isen
sen thinks h he sees a fine opening for him himto himto
to make a shrewd move wnite h n Bach Bachman Bachman ¬
man and Gee supporters are fighting over overtheir overtheir
their respective candidates and by rush rushing rushlag ¬
lag in between the conteneing Bnehman Bnehmanand Bnehmanand
and Gee factions secure the clerkship clerkshiphtm clerkshiphimself
himself htm rlf The idea is a good one if he has hasany bsny
any ny following after Mr flachman and Mr Mrre MrF5
F5 have re divided up H ife says he will willnty wiltha
ha litenty nty of It If so b ho wjITwiii o out outSlicrift t tf
Slicrift Harmolt WIU ydoOppfltloa ydoOppfltloafor
f for r th the nomination for sheriff as he has hasonlv hasonly
only serxed one tern ternDeitaty tellSDeputy
Deputy Treasurer Nateon K a c jndidate jndidatef JndldtCfoltreasurer
f foltreasurer r Jaeasurer He will liaVe hisene no opposItion opiHJsJtlottsent
Is Prove Springyille Will prebacly pee peesent
sent the name df Mont Jonnsort for the theoosttlen be beeoeftlon
oosttlen oosttlenOutside Outside Towns Wiser WiserTh WiscrThe
Th The outside towns are getting gettingThev ajar ajarthey >
they do pot show their hands ltsiaden n timr to tolve toxlve
xlve lve Provo the advantag a4vaniagtt C knowing knowingimt knn5rIftg knn5rIftglest
lest what they hol ho44 TR Thtl J JJll silt bt heard heardfrom K1 K1from
iiti candldwtew candldwtewwilJingness eariddtesf
from in theconwntfoii tite cofl venton iw
f r prhlbfr ii4 the OTIOSaId thcy2wilt thcy2wiltshot
shot SOlflV Of ttm 4 4hoe
hoe tsreaosJ IT luff Frank neers neerstioI1
tioI1 Lhden IIt1lhwWFhaVe MgItIfIteI thCir thCirwillingness
willingness to be beconsldered beconslderedgthert jconsldered jconslderedRobert
Robert Anderson Judge S Sexey xey Hrrry HrrryOfttfl lIarreyCiwit
Ofttfl and D H Thomasare to the field fieklmutation
1i45lIemUbatlOfl mutation for co county ntv atorncy atorncyb
tifli Mideron In the ief Theesas loha lohahp
hp b a else Ice been mentioned for the position positionSFks
SFks 1 kit friends friendsTtwe friendsTbere
Ttwe are four representatives to the theleslslatare thelegislature
legislature to be elected L Hjlbrookef HjlbrookefPfovo H jibrook of ofProve
Pfovo Prove C F Westphal Pleasant Grove GrovrN
N C Christensen John Q Steers otSalcfn ot ofSaisfo
Salcfn Gecrge An Anstln Un and M MnsIb JVSj JVSjofLnel Tvnn5 Tvnn5of
ofLnel of Lhel S L Cnipman of American AmericanFwk Amo1teafl Amo1teaflFork
Fork George A Home of BnJatniiv J JS
S P Parc K Jrof jr of Pa Payson > on L Iits wn C Johnson Johnsondf
df SBrli 5pingvIle 6 iy bn bare e been nt ncntioheI ncntioheIIn nUojiwi nUojiwiIn
In the Jfcarctal convention Judge Boom BootnwIM Boomwilt
wilt have 110 opposition for renomination renominationclaim renomltatlOflT1rIde
T1rIde 15 3 close contest fur tb ttstrlct ttstrlctgttorseysbtp
gttorseysbtp between I i Hcntz tied tiedTauub
Tauub EVflL Dpth are thot ° unly corn cornnetesIPnd
netesIPnd totit air iopuiat tt is hero heroto
to till which Will Wa flouts s triesIS triesISclaim
claim he has a i eluch w b bitt U Evane te a avprT avery
vprT very shrewd politician someOUig some sonwof someof
of Mr ir Houtzsfriends 1I0utzS friends ha hae c not iearn iearnyet tearned tearnedyet
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UpaJudge UpaJudgeMt up a Judge JudgeMt
Mt rk PksiSliflt sant Awg IK lTha Th Socialist Socialistparty SociIstnatty
party of Sanpetc county in ConT eenCcntiou ntion as astemblcd asieihbIed
temblcd Ih tbi this city placed the following followingticket foliowingtIekt
ticket innomination innominationRpre innomlnstkmflpr5heataUvts
Rpre flpr5heataUvts e tatlvtK C I Peterson rf < t Mantl 3IantlncT Mantlnriff
nriff ncT if C C Frost of Ephrabn EphrabnCounty EpheahoCounty
County commissioners Oscar Lee of Ml MlFlfnfRuit MtPl4nmut
FlfnfRuit Stid n l y ii C Myrnp of if G Gunuison GunuisonSurvor niiison niiisonSure
Sure Survor > or Vi Y C C Anderson of Mt Pleas PteasAltornoy Pleassat
sat satAttornol Altornoy Gpofgfe fnlpson of ilorniH ilorniHSheVlff 3tori1heriff
SheVlff E Xr3kSiJB EViRSO U of Fahylew FahylewTfaasurcr ahvlew ahvlewrteaMIrer
Tfaasurcr Mrtfev Antdllo Christensen of ofMt ofMZ
Mt Pleasant PleaeantAsctasor PleasantAsstssor
Asctasor O 13 Squires of MtotL MtotLC1rk I nti ntiClerJt
ClerJt J G Mudecn of Mt Ploasant PloasantRecorder LinsantJbcorder
Recorder JosephSchofceM Joseph Sehofiek et Spring SpeirCity SpringCounty
City CityCounty
County superintendent George ZabrlsKle ZabrlsKleof
of Fairview FairvlewThe FairviewThe
The oHmty commiltte e was roorganlz orgsulzeI orgsulzeIwithOle l lTfiJ
withOle Arllson of this eiy as prtsident prtsidentdad
dad 7rnd Avetdtt as secretiry secretiryI4
TfiJ I4 prestmtfeoiPSlors preEiei ffllitrs nflminaitex wrre wrrefl a alo
fl lo Vrilsmi ufe of ffie fho p pace cc ana anaKflSrew n i iAfdltsw
KflSrew Romero constable constableTho cunstableThe
The party is gaining strength through throughat throughoUt
oUt at tb tb4etiuttty oaujTty and azidozpecteto xpcctAto carry MC MCt t1nItca
a t iargr vote this fall No nmir s for
the judicial 3dICI I 0fJHtfeg iLf1 of > Seventh veritlx dlsfriet dlsfriethave dfsiiicthave
have been selected by the thephrt prty and It Itis ItIs
is understood that thatthevotewlIl thevote will be gen generally genorally ¬
orally thrown to the Democratic rioml riomlnees riominees
nees IB aalootconteststnismay sioloroteontesttnIs may prove proveto
to be an bu etem elezn4pptof < mc of importance as some someportions someportions
portions of the district Have a much muchlarger mUchiarger
larger Socialist vote than Sanpcte SanpcteDeaiOISY Sanpee3MoISY
DeaiOISY STILI STI3EiCTIvE STI3EiCTIvEBolds ACTIVE ACTIVEHolds
Holds Conference With President PresidentJliller Presidentthiller
Jliller of Emery Stake StakeSpecial StakeSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice
Price Aug 18 1Cbnries Charles DC Moisv of ofProvo ofProve
Provo state statistician dropped off the theevening theeYeahig
evening train here last night atf meheld held a aecwferenc ac1zference
ecwferenc of a political nature last lastBight lastnight
Bight with President Reuben G Miller of ofthe ofthe
the Kmery ltmer stake in the interest of the theSmootSutherlandCutler the5rsootSutherlandCmitlcr
SmootSutherlandCutler combine This Thismomiiw Thismorning
morning De Moisyand Arthur W Hors Horsley HorsIcy
Icy Make clerk visited Sunnysidc re returning j
turning this evening Winie 1ni there they theyhad j
had a conference with th the dpk deicgates gates to tothe i ithe
the county convention from Suunyslde SunnysideThe j
The latter are understood to favor a aKearns aReams
Kearns candidate for the legislature legislaturePresident j
President Millar went to the upper camps campsof
of the county this morning to interview interviewseveral IntervIewseveral
several delegates to the uuunty conven convention conventins ¬
tins in the interest of Sutherland previous previousto
to the assembling of the county cuuntvvonven cuuntvvonvention Vonven Vonvention
tion at Scofleld nest Saturday It is isunderstood Isunderstood
understood President Miller or one of his hiscounselors hiscounselors
counselors will be a candidate for the thelegislative thelegislative
legislative nomination from Carbon coun county county ¬
ty The nomination however Is con conceded conceded ¬
ceded to be between B R McDonald of ofPrice ofPrice
Price and James P Curtin of Winter WinterQuarters WInterQuarters
Quarters QuartersSUMMIT QuartersSUNMIT
SUMMIT AGAINST CUTLER CUTLEBDelegates CUTLERDelegates
Delegates Chosen Are For Wells and andEammond i iHammond
Hammond HammondSpecial EammondSpedult
Special to The Herald HeraldPark HeraldPark
Park City Aug IS 13The The Republican Republicancounty Republicancounty
county convention was held hare today todayand todyand
and delegates chosen 19 the state con convention conventlon ¬
vention iiv I Salt Lake John Pack of ofKamas ofKamas
Kamas was chairman and Lee Wight of ofPark ofPark
Park CKjr CIt was secretary About thirty
five names were placed before the con convention eonention ¬
vention and of these the successful nine nineteen nineteen ¬
teen were wereAlma weresthn
Alma sthn Bliredge Coalville W H Ben Bennett Bennett ¬
nett Heaefer E P Evans Park City
Frank Evans Coalville Charley Hess HessPark HessPSrkClty
Park PSrkClty City J M Loekhart Park City C CM CIL
M Wilson Park City Fred Rasband RasbandPark RabandPark
Park Cky Peter Martin Park City L LB LB
B AVight Park City Henry Welsh Park ParkCity ParkCity
City S L I Raddon Park City X J JDaJy JDaly
DaJy Park City Alex Wright Coal Coaivflte Coaltitle
title J B Hoyt Hoytsville William WilliamArchibald WilliamArchibald
Archibald Snydervllle John Pack PackSnydervtlie PackSnydervifie
Snydervtlie Frank Marchant Oakley OakleyJohn OakleyTohn
John Taskatt TaskattHenefer TaskattHeneferIt J3tenefer J3teneferIt
It is likely the delegation will be di divided dirideti ¬
vided between Wells and Hammond for forthe forthe
the nomination for governor governorDAVIS governorDAVIS
DAVIS COTJNTT CoVNTi DIVIDED ± IvIDEDTwo
1 Two Voss FOr Cutlerj Cutler Eleven For EorWells ForWells
Wells and Hammond HammondSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldFarmington HeraldFarznington
4
Farmington Aug 18 11At At the Republican Republicanprimaries Republicanprimaries
primaries held to elect delegates to the thestate thestate
state convention at Salt Lake Aug 2 j > the thefollowing thefollowing
following were chisen Jesse M Smith J JA JA
A Hatch Duncan Kippen J E Willey WilleyC
C R Mabey William Croft J M Secrist SecristK
K F Richards Levy Keytor William WilliamStoker WilliamStoker
Stoker William Flew Rufus Adams AdamsChris AdamsChris
Chris Burton jr jrIt jrIt
It is believed the delegation will give giveCutler giveCutler
Cutler two votes and divide the others be between between ¬
tween Wells and Hammond HammondDavis HanimonciDavis
Davis county is I Hammonds birthplace birthplaceand
and he may get a majority of the delega delegaernor delegaton
ton because of that tact aithoigh Gov Governor
ernor Wells vv ells friends expect to have five fiveor fiveor
or six votes votesJuab votesJuab
Juab Democratic Primaries Primariesi PrimariesSpecial
i Special to The Herald HeraldEoreka HeraldEOreka
Eoreka Aug IS 18The The Democratic coon county coonty ¬
ty committee met tonight and issued a acall acall
call for primaries to select delegates to tothe tothe
the state convention The primaries will willbe willbe
be held the evening of Aug 3ft J Jitab iab coun county county ¬
ty has twenty delegates divided as fol follows follows ¬
lows Eureka 8 Xephl 5 Mammoth 3 3Silver 3Silver
Silver City l Mona i Levan 1 Josh 1 1Fish IFish
Fish Springs 1 Detroit 1 1DEATH 1on
on onDEATH
DEATH OF L S WOOD WOODUtah WOODUtah
Utah Pioneer Passes Away AwayLeaving AwayLeaving
Leaving a Rich Legacy to toHis toHis
His Descendants DescendantsIvmaa
Ivmaa Stephen Wood one of the plo pioneers plonoses ¬
noses of the state died at 330 yesterday yesterdaymorcing yesterdaymoering
morcing at his home in Springville at atthe atthe
the age of Tfc t He Hewas was born in Huron Huroncounty Huroncounty
county Ohio In 1SK the famly moved movedto
to Missouri then to Adams county Illi Illinois liiinOis ¬
nois and from there to Xauvoo in 1W5 lS1 lS1The j
The following year rear they 13e moved to toCouncil toCoSneit
Council Bluffs and la 4 came west with witna
a big wagon train The Wood fatuity faaiuyremaitted fatuityremained
remained In n Salt Lake four years and andthen andthen
then went south to SOringvIlle where the thefamily thefamily
family has sMce resided residedMr reidedMr
Mr Wood spent th the first few > ears of ofhte oftilelife
tilelife hte Mfe ia Utah as a school teacher In Inll
1869 he commenced farming in Seringrille Seringrilleand
and two years later opened a mercantile mercantilebusiness mercantilebusinear
business He was interested in miai miniag miniagand g gand
and the woolen industry and has been beenclosely beenclosely
closely connected with tin development developmentof
of Utah from the earliest days daysH daysHo
H Ho was the first reooraer ot rforingville rforingvilleserved oringviIleserved
served one term as alderman and mayor mayorfor mayorfor
for te ton successive years succeeding his hisfather J
father to that office He was a member memberof
of the state legislature for two terms termsHe termslie
He was a zealous Mormon and was or ordained ordaitiod ¬
dained an elder seventy and high priest priestttarins priestDuring
During W5S JP be went on a mission to Iowa Iowaand Iowand
and again in IXTo l7 Iowa Indiana Illinois Illinoisand Illinoisaad
and Ohio Mr Wood could speak tne In Inoian Insian
oian language fluently and wfin act acted actedas d das
as Interpreter for Brigham Ymirjr and andthe andthe
the United States government officials officialsHe ofticialsIfe
He wa was the oldest subscriber for The TheHerald Theherald
Herald in the southern part of the state stateand stateand
and has acted a air the Sprlngville agent for forth forthe
th the papr sine the year it was first pub published pubHalted ¬
Halted In 1S70 1S70Hi V VHe
Hi wan married Aug 27 1SJ In Spring Sprinsvilifl Springrifle
rifle to an Mlis Semlra JJassett of Missouri AHssourtwho Missouriwho
who wan born in a Vagon aon while her par paronts paretti
onts etti were making the journey over the theprairie theStables
prairie ffn children were V the result resultof
of this union unionLyman Uyrruui G who died at atthe atthe
the age of49 Prank ntnk S and Arthur I Iwho Iwho
who dl died l hi I fancyUalph 15 1 whtj wit mov movd movdI > d dt
t Oflktamn Tl V Luella irHow of St StHaym Mflaymond
Haym flaymond nd G George rKe H ronn torimriy rly city cityni cityii
ni ii ditor an aitl < l now < depUty l puty city ity treasurer of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Xdla L widow of f Geors Geerast3iC Geerast3iCford Gif Giftord
ford GWe Gkleon n S manager of the G S SW SWend
W Wend o ai 3iercestttle > rc ntHp company Zion wifeef wifeefijetar wife ef efHctnr
Hctnr Cummings Hannah E vsif wife s sf sfttHliam ofWIlliani
ttHliam Mitchell MitchellThf V VThe
The funeral will bo twit Saturday after afternoon afternOu ¬
noon at 2 oclock In aprinsvlll aprinsvlllGUARDSMEN ilpringvtfleGUARDSMENWILL
GUARDSMEN GUARDSMENWILL WILL SERVE SERVEDifficulty SERVEDiculty
Difficulty O OerFuel er Puel Company 3Ien 3IenCleared IdeitCleaved
Cleared UpThere Up UpThere
There appears to he sonW sore sort of mis misunderstanding misunderstanding ¬
understanding in regard to the Utah UtahFoel lJtahFuel
Fuel comoanys relations to the nation national ¬
al 1 guard of Utah Recently the com commanding cornmantling ¬
mantling officerof the guard received a aletter aletter
letter signed by Auditor J P Evans Evansrequesting Evansrequenting
requesting that V Louis E McCurdy McCurdyGeorge McCurdyGeorge
George A Shepard anf an > Cdvard St StPomeroy SPomeroy
Pomeroy members of the militia and andemployes andempoyes
employes empoyes of the fuel company be ex excnsed cxcussI
cnsed from attending the state en encampment encampment ¬
campment which begins next week weekI wee weeLat
I Lat > at night General Gannon received a atelegram atel4gram
telegram fcdm general Manager H Gk GkWilliams tkWilliams
Williams of tile company who is in inCarbon inCarbon
Carbon county sayingi he had nd ndKnowledge nOknowledge
Knowledge of a request to excuse any anyat anyof
at hit companys employes and stating statingthat statingthat V
that if any of the guardsmen in the thecompanys thecompanys
companys employ tfsked for leave eave of ofabsence ofabsence
absence to attend the encampment the theleave theleave
leave wotfia be granted with full pay payI pa paI
I shouldabsolutely should nbsolutdly refuse to ask for forrelear f V VIdeas
Ideas IdeasV Ideasfrom V front guard duty of our em employes employ ¬
ployes ploy even If thcy theyrequested requested me to do doso doso
so Mr Williams adds addsGeneral V VGeneral
General Cannon said last night he hewa hewa
wa much pleased by 1 Mr Williams Williamstelegram Williamstelegram
telegram and indications arc that the thethree tilethree
three youtfg men mentym will have to tc pas the theweek theweek
week with their fellow soldiers at Utah Utahlake Utahlake
lake
on onBASEBALLEXCIIRTUW
BASEBALL BASEBALLEXCIIRTUW BASEBALLEXCIIRTUWTo EXCURSIUN EXCURSIUNTo
To Park City Aug 21 21Leave 21Leave
Leave Salt Lake Via in D R G R RB HV
B V 10 19i a m Returning leave ParK ParKCity ParlfCity
City p tn Championship game Eu Eureka Eureka ¬
reka vs Park City Fare 150 150T 150Dr
T Dr > r E M Keysofa V method of filling fillingteeth tillingthpaThlc16
teeth thpaThlc16 Is paihlessil62 Main street Auer Auerba Anerbath
ba bath hlnaiBfns ltlfdngTczChOne Teicphona 1120 E EThe KV KThe
V
The Royal serves delicious German Germaniirhc GermanIU1I1hr
IU1I1hr iirhc pandwithes beer and wine
V V BATTROASS IIAILBOADSV V V EATLBOADS EATLBOADSjt B4ILRQADSQuestions
B4ILRQADSV V
V V
V
Questions About Aboutthe
jt TLTLT f 19 lEFT V
the World s Fair FairThere
There are a lot of littte thing s in connection connectionvilh conneetionWith
With tt trip tril to tht Worlds Fair at St Louis that thatyou gt gtV V
V V you will wish to know knowrates rates how h np ticket > are aregood aregood
good time of trains whether or not a change of ofcars ofcars
cars is necessary what one has to pay for board boardand h4arrland
and lodging lodgingI
V I am in shaj shape > e to Answer the theee e and similar pies questions piesV ¬
V tions Call or tritc if yo you want information informationThe
The Bock Inland Sya SystMk operates through sleeping sleepingcars V Vcars
cars daily Colorado to St Louis bv way of Kansas City CityR CityRdiel
R Rdiel dno < rat rates < in effect dally Coach excursions at fre frequent fm fmQuent ¬
quent intervals PuH uII information on request requestE
V E DBAKB Dist Pass Agent AgentG
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G A BIBLE Tray Pass Agt gt
100 W 2nd So Salt lake City CityC
V C B SLOAT Gonl Agt AgtPassenger AgtPassenger
Passenger Dept
c L TIME TABLE TABLER TABLEI1pl
I1pl San Pedro Los Losou
ou Angeles Salt Lake LakeR
R R Co CoDEPART CoDEPART
DEPART DEPARTVpm DEPARTFr051
Fr051 Vpm Oregon Short Line Depot Salt Lake LaSoFor
City
For Provo Lehl Fairfield
Mercur Nephi and SaapeU 72fl
Valley points idP tO a akOr < El Elor
kOr or Garfield Beach Tooela
stocKton Mammoth Euro ofta re
ka h and Silver City VVV < vf 223 223For aiFor
For Provo American Fork
Lehl Juab JClford FrU FrUco PrtoCo
co Calientea and Intenne f
diate points e usl uslARRW
pointsARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVEProm ARRWFrom
Prom Provo American Fork
Lehi Juab Milford Fris Frisco Friaco ¬
co Calientes and Intenne tK i2
diate paints C 1dU 3 3From SD SDFrom
From Provo Lehl Ffthfeld FfthfeldMercur Fairfleld3fercur
Mercur and Sanpeta Val 4 n
Icy Railway points a33 pill P21From pillFrom
From Silver City Mammoth MammothEureka MammothEureka
Eureka Stockton Tool Tootleand C9 =
m mand
and Gartleld Beach BeachDaily > w Vm VmDaDy
Daily DaDyDaily DailyDaily
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car CarService Ca CaService
Service between Salt Lak City and Mil Milford Wford
ford Modena and CalJentes CalJentesDirect caneatssDirect
Direct stage connection for all mining mmlagdistricts miningdistricts
districts in southern Utah and Nevada NevadaCity NevadaCity
City Ticket Office 201 Main Street StreetTelephone StreetTelephone
Telephone 25O 25OE 250B
E W GILLETT Gen Pass Agent AceotJ
J L MOORE District Passenger Agent AgentCURRENT AgentjMAin1D
jMAin1D BRAN lIE lIECURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEInEffect TABLEThEffect
InEffect June 8th 1904 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 6 for Denver and East 559 AJ AJKo AMNo
Ko 2 for Denver and East 315 P1L P1LNo PMNo
No 4 for Denver and East Bn 1n16 PJA PJANo r rNo
No 11 for OgSen ben and local point fM PM PMNo PMNo
No 10 fox Heber Iteber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale SM AM AMNo AMNo
No 8 for Provo and Eureka 100 00 PM PMNo PMNo
No 3 for Ogden and West west1155 US PM PMNo PMNo
No 1 for Ogden and West l4i PM PMNo PMNo
No 5 for Ocden and West M50 AM AMNo A3LNo
No 102 for I ifark ark City CityNo S15 AJM AJMNo
No 112 ii for Bingham 81 Sit AM AMNo AMNo
No 114 for Blnsham MWPil MWPilABBUTE 2 2RBIVE
ABBUTE SALT TiAKR TAWRNo CIT7 CIT7No
No 12 from Ogden and local locaipoints localpoints
points T S AM AMNo AMNo
No 5 from Denver and East 1048 AUNo AU AJLNo
No 7 fr fcc e IVeaver and East 145 PM PMNo PMNo
No Mrom from i iT4a TTei rr 2a ae K I eS xL xLNo ± vM vMNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale 60 503 PM PMNo PMNo
No 6 from Ogden and West E4 515 AM AMNo AMNe
No 2 from Ogden and West 3 355 5 PM PMNo PMNe
No 4 from Csisn and West 755 7 PMNo PM PMNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo WrfX l5 AM AMNo AMNo
No lOt from Park City 15 PM PMNo FMNo
No Ill from Bingham 114 II 1 AM AMNo A3fNo
No 1 111 from Bingham ZM 3t PM PMPEBFZCT PMPEBPECT
PEBFZCT DIIIING CAB SERVICE SEBVIOSAll
All A trains except Not 1 1 to 6 stop top aft aftintermediate asintermediate
intermediate pointTickut point pointsTickt
Tickut fffice PooTv lO Block Phone 3B5 3B5L i5 i5L
L A k BENTON G A P PSHOUT D DSHORT
SHOUT LINE TO ST LOUIS LOUISIf
If you are s going ing to tu t Louis Kansas KansasCity KansasCity
City Chicago New York or any point pointoast pointeast
east or south s ree e that your ticket ticketrends ticketreads
rends via the Mvteouri Pacific railway railwayElegant railwayElegant
Elegant coaches quick time and su superb superb ¬
perb track make thin line the th Peoples PsoplesFavorite PeoplesFavorite
Favorite Route RouteTlie RouteTli
Tlie Tli best Hne reaching Hot Springs SpringsArkansas SpringsMkansas
Arkansas the Carlsbad ofAmerica ofAmericaFor oE America AmericaFor
For maps information etc steVddpeSS address addressH
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G P T A Mo Pac Ry St Louis LouisMo LouisMo
Mo
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In Effect lilay 31st 1904 1904TliyiE 1904TIME
TIME TASLE TASLESalt TALSalt
Salt lake Los Angels Railway BailwayGOING RailwayGOINGLEAVE
GOING GOINGLEAVE LKAVB RETURNING RETITRN1NQSVLTLAICK RETURNINGSALT
SVLTLAICK SALT LANi LANiNo aigPfflr aigPfflrNo
No 2 1 1066 G > a mi Ko I J 1210 1210No J L ro roNo
No 4 200 p tul M No o 3 S 335 W p s sNo m mNo
No 6 1 400 p m nLj No 5 BM p j m mNO mNo n nNo
NO S 60 < p m No 7 SM C dH p m mNo inNo w wNo
No W fisW P n in > No S 7 f m mNo atNo
No 12 79 p m No 11 IINo 9Ot p m mNe
Ne 14 SJW 9 m No 15 Kd Fl a p > m mN isN
N 15 9 OO 9 9 m No 15 UHi un f p pPARE > as asPARE
PARE FOU V THE ROUND RIP KtlPSdniay RIPVCgNTll
V VSdn4ay
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Sdniay last train leaves SaiarVat aJtar at 9 9J i30
J 1 E LANGFORD lessee
Time Tab TabIN Is IsIN
IN EFFE5F EFFE5FJUNEI9th EFFErJLJNEVI9th
JUNEI9th 1904 1904AEETBTE 1904From
AEETBTE AEETBTEFrem
From Ogden Portland Zvtts B tU
San Francisco Chtoago Si BS 2
Louis Omaha and Denver DenverFrom vitf ft ra fil filFrom
From Ogden and Intermediates Intermediatesmediate Intermediatepoints
points pointsOgden
Ogden Cache Valley and Inter Intermediate
mediate points pointsFront v vFrom
From Ogden Chicago St Louis LouliKaroos
Kansas City Omaha Denverlli Denver Denverand M
and San Francisco FranciscoFrom B P ffl fflFrom
From Ogden Cache Valley Valleyn73g
Butte Portland and San Fran7 Fran7cteco n73g
cteco p pDEPART r rDEPAST
DEPART DEPASTFor
For Ogden Omaha Chicago ChicagoDenver ChicagoerKanzas
Denver erKanzas Kansas City CLtan and St7 S9
Louis LouisFor a i iFor
For Ogden Portland Butte San SanFratiohsco SanFrabeisco
Fratiohsco antt intermediatefi1 iutermcdieteI 1 1points A a
pointsV pointsFor points pointsFor
V For Ogd Ogden n Omaha Chicago
Denver Kansas city St Louis T 1411 1411and a n n
and San Francisco P PFor PFor
For Ogden Cache Valley Den Denver ¬ V Vicr
ver Kansas City Omaha St StLouis CCn
Louis and Chicago Chicago ChicagoFor 343P fil filFor
For Ogden Cache Valley Butte ButteHelena ButteHelena
Helena Portland San FraaIIj FraaIIjT FranI lA
dmo nsa Intermediate points ° P PT
T ZL 1 SCHUMACHKR SCHUMACHKRTraffic SCHUMACRERV
V Traffic Manager ManagerD
D E BURLEY BURLBYO
> VV O GPTA GPTAD P T A AD
D S SPENCER SPSNCERA
A Q P T A ACity ACity
City ticket office 291 Main street TeAs Telephone TeAsphone
phone 250 250Just 250Just
Just Suits f milks milksGoing drnHies6oo
Going 6oo to the tfiern theThe
rn rnair air
The Burlingtons combination of I Irates 1rates
rates to St Louis in effect vvery Tu1 Tu1day Tu V Vday
day and Friday and toe lnesoesjve sive tn tntourist t i itourist <
tourist sleeping cats run once a v V VIs ok okis
is the ideal arrangement for famiIiV famiIiVgoing fami famigoing
going to the Worlds Fair to Cha Chapr h I IPr
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R F NESLEN General Agent Agent79West
79West 79 West Second South Street StreetSALT StreetSALT
SALT LAKE CITY
3 BIG ATTRACTIONS ATTRACTIONSWEDNESDAY ATTRACTIONSWDNSDAY
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 2i750 24
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i750 750 750IN
IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY AWAYWEDNESDAY AWAYCdders
Cdders Park ParkVLDNISDAY
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 24BRAND
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