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I INTERURBAN N NOW NOWHAS
< HAS FRANGHISES FRANGHISESI ANCHISE8 ANCHISE8Utahlracljon
I i iUtah
Utah Utahlracljon Traction Company CompanySecures Sec res resJ resNecessary
J Necessary Gra Grant GrantONTRACT 1f 1fI 1fONTRACT
I
ONTRACT WITH U L 1 R CO COI
HBNEEG BEGI2 SURVEYSFOE SURVEYSFOELONG SUB4ES SUB4ESLONG I
LONG LINE LINEf INE
v 4 4V t t1hUlah
f
V 1hUlah hs TThIt Traction company which pro prop proYQto
p YQto to build an electrIc Interurban Urns Unofi
fi fifrLagan in1IAgtUl onth 110nh mroulh thr uh 11111 11111lutm JJzg
ham Ogden FarmIngton Salt LKke and andProvo
Provo to Pa18OftOn Pay on on t tie 8 60uth ha hui se secured Se
cured all 1 nec necsftry ry trancnf frSncnlSeS es 11Oflt rom tile UleVrfouJ
VrfouJ cilies and towt1 t wits and rlhls ot otwby
wby why tdr It1Une Its ilno through the country d18 d18trl
trl tr1gt t and andwIll wUl soon begl begin utsklllS Its It aur auryroa
yroa vii
yroa1lah1 13 1lah1 Mauler r of Cleelimd Cleveland 0 builder and andoperator
operator or electric Interurban ranW18 ranW18who
who has been actively engug eligugeI durIn dur1n
tho 1lSt three mouths Securing the fran franchIB
chIB cIis S for or the Utah Tr Tranction nct1on com company pan pan3aya
3aya the company Is prep8 prepaPd d to begin the the8Ure
8Ure surveys V all 1 will be ready to arrange for forthe
the conatrUcthm or the rolWb rogdbed d Hlto lU1d lU1dout IId
out or S S1L lt Lake as s JJOOhU oOi s d pending lJendJnOntract
Ontract with the Ctah Light RailwaY Hallwuyo01pnn
eornpnny o01pnn ill signed which It is cpect eipected eipectedlviii d dWut
Wut bo In the near future futureReady
Ready to Build Through C City ty tyA
iuked A ked whMt h hl company would woulddo do In In1Ul
1Ul event oC beint in inabh bl = to enter Into Intotbo
tbo HOIH INd lUntrct ntct W wiTr l tbeltah tbeltahLlstt the ttati
Llstt nl jIyeomianyIr oml1tlny 1r lahlr lahlrti8tQ
ti8tQ ti8tQIn
In that event we will lu have ye to 19Clt an ancutnueQ
cutnueQ over the streets or Suit Lake Lakftkrougl1
through the medium oC an Independent Independenttatnchtsc independentftchee
tatnchtsc tatnchtscXr ftcheeMr
Xr lalJler ItJ dlrootor Q s oiveralinter oiveralinterurban ornIUnter ornIUnterurban
urban traction companIes In Ohio and Is Isinterested
interested In a L number or others In va various
rious parts oC the country havtn aving tot tollowtd
lowtd the bu buIzless lr1 oS for lourteari tourtedn l yeirs RIR RIRfriends is
friends and business associates uy tnat tnatlIe
lIe has never been Identified with any In Interurban
terurban road that has hot been built builtond
end 111I 1 not now In euccesarpl op operation rullon rullonFlans
Flans For or the Road RoadL
L The JdlkUnc btiI4Jn or the Utah rri ra t1o tlon c corn m mJany
Jany ru rud d wilt ut InOho nfr OUOIlY or iJ iJtJUOOQ
tJUOOQ oOoo Toe rood will havq Rv a total length langtho
o of about 146 miLes exclu exclusive ie of spurS and andMwltches antiswitches
switches and turnouts It 15 expected to toIave
have Iave It it completed fWd ud In operation within withintwo
two yurs vier The service WIll oe nOurf nOurfcacll flourty
each way from rom 3 a a m to 11 p m ana anaeighteen
eighteen p aft1ger coaches eaCh seating seatingltttwo
ltttwo people will be run these lhcscoaebes
j oaebes will carr carry package freIght ex exJrC811
i Iiree JrC811 and mall matter The schedule time Umofor
for the whole line will be thirty miles an an110m
bout am antI the rate oC speed outsido the thecllloe theeitie
cllloe ud ittI towns will be trofl froii forLflve forLflveto fortyliveto
to fifty miles IU1 hour to make up for forIme rortime
time lost In conCorml contormitig g to the slowingup slowingupr slowingUpreuuirements
r reuuirements uirem 1tts oC the o ordInneea dlnn s regulat regulating
ing speed In Ute cities and towns through throughwhleh
which It will pass The power will be begCMrat
gCMrat generated d by one or more Pla plants ts requir
lug about 8000 horsepow r The rata ot otfare
fare will not exceed 2 cents a mile mileINVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATETHE THE PROVO PROVOHealth PROVOea1th
Health ea1th Officers Look Into Possible PossibleContamination
Contamination ContaminationDr
Dr T D Beatty oC the state board or orl1eaJth ofUIth
l1eaJth returned lasteVening Lrm r9m Provo Proowaua
c where he had7accompariled lf Mayor yor Wil WilIlajit 11 11Ham
Ham M 1 Reyltince and Health Commis Commissioner Commibatoner
sioner t F w TaYlor U up the Provo riveto rive riverto
to investigate the 8urroUfldings vC tb thTeHuride i ifellurlde
fellurlde power Hwer plant If 18 thought lJ lJthe
the h health lth officials that the refuse and andeweras
eweras front the tbeplant plant J contamlnat contamlnatit cuntaminatlag
it lag the water andthe Ine investigation USltion was wasmade wasmsde
made as Il IHNutlonary me measure measureDr ure ureDr
Dr eAtty said last ast night that nolhln nolhlncold nothing nothingtoi1tt
cold be stated about bout the case until untilmeasurements untilneasurements
measurements of elevation were taken takenHe taken1le
He laid however that the refuse from fromthe fromthe
the plant was piped Into a large cesspool cesspoolaJM cesspooLMN1
aJM iV Wiis probable that durln1f durIn the flood floodnth floodniIi
nth the t seepage IJagQ contumlnated the WIi WIit wets
t ts Dr Betty will make further In InUat1on8
Uat1on8 next we we4k < k and then will wtilmAke
mAke s written repOrt port of the th ejtse s
0 0FIRE
FIRE IN EMPIRE LAUNDRY LAUNDRYst
st Stitrts rts in Coal Slied aI1d Does Con Considorable Considerable
sidorable D Dimage DimageFire e eFire
Fire hrpke rpks out in the Empire steam steamlaulltlr
laulltlr about 1J tide m011lng and be before
fore Its cOurse was checked It was cst CSlimated
mated that a COuple of thousands of dol dol1atT 101lari
1atT worth orth of 1amaze nmaze had been done donebe
9 be fire started in the coal bin in a aframe aframe
frame Ukilding t lldlng next to the laundry aundr prop propE
E r From there the blaze brked Its way WlYtnrougftbo waythrougftte
tnrougftbo boiler and engine room Into Inlot18
t18 round ruunP floor or the laundry Here Hereit
it waS bl6 blezjng ng furiously when the dt dtr >
r rtment ftrrted and extlngplhed the theflatnM theflames
flames It WAS stated last evenln evening lJ lJItnploye by byfllPIOYS
Itnploye 0 oCthlaundry thjJaundr thatUtJe that llt1e dam damR damage
R age wu done io o An any of the ivork ork th th1lRd thty
1lRd on band excepting It large Supply sUPIfyof Supplyof
of linen belorulng to the Pullman Caf Ca Cacompany
company comtUIThf
The fire de derartment > utment was notified bv bvtelplaone betelephone
telephone b by 8 tlAfident of that part jt jttowp jt jttowil
towp thl there was a tire In th6 th cOat e at
his o of tho laundry but It appears no noa noattention
a attention was paId to the warning until untila
a general cneral alarm Was turned In about ten tenmlnutOR tenmInutet
mlnutOR Jatflr when the de trtmcnt > rt rts rcep
s ep = ded ed In force torceMARRIAGE forceMAItRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICBNSES LICBNSESChArles LTCBNSESCharles
ChArles J Peter80J1 Eurekn Eureka
Stella SteI E Pearson Vest Jordan 26
James J TAylor Salt lake S
Maudo Dover SAlt Lak 10
TYler B Shaw Suit Lake LakeIcJe
Mai4e IcJe Inne Salt Lake 11
Ion Otto Salt Lake h
Ellen DelJ Deilsie le D Denver nver i
Chari Charles Davidson Sltrako Sqit I4o 40 44
mle ie Larson S SIt lt Lake
J06nHanford Joln Hanford SAlt Lake m
Cln C1na C C BranUng SoltIak 41
Thomas Ra flay Park CI CIL 4 I
Lettio Robinson Peterson Morgan Morgancounty
county 21
David Edwards Salt LAke 31
Fannie Jackson Salt Lake 29
Herbert J Atkinson Salt Lttk Lake 1
Olp Hogensen Salt Lake LakeBUILDiNG 19 19BUILDH
BUILDH BUILDiNG G FOOD FOODTo FOODToBring
To ToBring B ing the Babies Around Aroundmen PiroundVlbeii
men a little human machine or a s t t1are
lar 1are One goes wrong rong nothing ip so soJm et etimortant
Jm imortant Ortant us the he selection of food foodlIch foodwhich
which lIch wilL always bring it al aroufld aroufldagain und undagain
again againMy
My ly little baby boy lZi months old
had pneumonia then came brain ferer fererand eer eerand
and no ni soonN had he got over these hesethan
than be beran be n to tocut cut teeth and being beingo be1n be1no
o weak he IUJ frequently thrown Into IntoconTUlslo luteeonniIsloi
conTUlslo says 8 ColQrado mother motherd
I d cl1oda ooIt1od a danlemlsht help so sotook attook
took hint to Kansas City for a visit
Whesi Th Wli rot ot ther he Was so Yery YeryW4l1k ery eryweak
weak when he would cr cry hc would sink sinkaway stnlaway
away aDd seemed like he would die dieVhell dieWheir
Vhell I reached m1 mi sisters home homeshe homshe
she said Immediately that we must mustfeed musifeed
feed him GrapeNuts and although I Ihad I L Lhad
had never used the food We Wegot got some someand somand
and for ft few days gave v hIm just ju thc thcuIe
Ju uIe or Qm rapeNuts > cNuts and milk Be got gottrcn gotatronet
atronet trcn so quickly we were soon fe feed j jlug
lug him the GrapeNuts itself and In Invunderufly p
wondtrtulty i4h hortlme rt tImehe he II Cfattern fatten 00 00llght L Llight
light up and becane becai strong aDd well wel1That wellThat
That showed me something worth
knowing and when l later ter on my glr glrcame I Ieanie
came I raised ed bet olliGrapeNuts and andI am amabe
I abe he Is a strong healt1fj baby a afijtbj j hqf
lt Eu > You will ee from th the little ph
tOSTalh I send you what a tro stroiig lgt
hubby Youngster the io boy Is now but
hetUdnt he dldnt look anything like that thatbe be
tore we found ound this nO1l1ablnS rood
GrapeNutfll nourIshed hIm hI Pllck to I
strength when he was VU so weak we hti I Icouldnt
couldnt keep any Jth tither r rood on Ids
tome1a Name gIven by Postunt Co Co13aflU Co13atttle
13aflU Creek Mlcl MIcl MIclAll
All children can be built to a mor
sturdy and healthy condJtlon COndItfo upon uponrapeNuts
drpcNut8 and crczm The fOOd con
talns tb te elements nature demnnds
from which to make the soft lTay UI
Jngln the nerve centers centersand and brafnA brafnAWellfed brain A Awellled
1f Wellfed brain and trolit stUFc stUFcJer stur
Jer ierves es absolutely JnsprIt b dt dtb u r rook
b dy 4 4ook
ook ook In fdrh pad padthe for UIP iamorllJ fant1 I
l1 Iltttle tIe book The Th Road to VeUJ11ei
GOM COM1Pil COM1PilUN G
TO lJNIVERSITY UN IVERSITY IVERSITYegistration
H egistration Be BeginsToday ins Today and andClasses andClasses
Classes Monda Monday MondaytG y
816 B tG AtTENDANCE EXPECTED EXPECrEt EXPECTED4OULTY
t
F 4OULTY GU1i IS STn STItTGTBLND 1T NBD BY BYNEW BYNEW
NEW MEN MENi MENReglstratn
1 1ReIstraqpn
i
Reglstratn oC 2tudents students at the c Unl UnlvorsIy Uniorsity
vorsIy v orsity oCltah oftYtah wi will begin at 10 ocloJ oc1oe1
thIs t his nbrnlng nlbrnltig StrdA Skturday wU1be will be tnlten up
In I n lirrenging rmnSng css class hours and Monday andyth andythr thd thdoguiar
r oguiar nr clas class oerciees xerclss will i commence commenceAlread commence commenceready
Alread A Ap ready student students are CIlng eQiping from aU aUptrt
ptrt p 4its of tie state for the pDening ot n n and andseeldng andfe
e fe seeking suitable boarding places placeshere
where w here ti they e cn can sqte sqttle dOWtto lown4o work Te Teprospet The Therospects
prospet p rospects for this Y8rg years nt attndanco ndance are areoouragln
e oouragln ncouraging and an unusually large num number
unusuall
eh
ber h er oC old student students are expected back backwho
who w ho have have been missed for or the past st year yearor yearr
or o r two The gramtt graduates frm from the distict distictschools district districtchools
schools s through the state have wrItten wrIttenthe writtenhe
the t he secretpry or the farul faculty for 1nforma 1nformalon
lon t iOn and the larest largest class of frt firstyear firstyeartud car carstud
stud s tud nts no notonly onl In the normal but en enJlne
Jlne g ine rinJ ring and also preparatory te cour coures es Is
looke l ooked forwar forward to Inicatons jnti1ctions for a aarge
Jarge l arge class are bright especlaJy especially In the theenglnlorins thengineering
englnlorins e ngineering courC course At the St Louis LQuisVOrlds
Worlds fall fair the mining exhibit or the thetate tiletate
s st tate and the concentrtng concentrating plant with withhe lh I It1P
t1P t he label of the Universiy University of Utah at attched atached
tched t ached has reuld resulted in numerus numerous fn I
quirle q uiries Into the onneerln and mlnln mlnlncourses mining
courses C given at t10 the state state Instituton InstitutonProCessor institution institutionrofessor
ProCessor P Robert Brdord Bradford haM been In Incharge Inharge
charge c or the exhibit exhibit and a largq mimber mimbert mber I Ior
or ci t students from the cast have dtldc docidd to
fnish f hore h inish ere their mIning engneering engineering curse course courseere
rany ay Cmg Coming From Idaho IdahoProfessor
Professor William VJ1am Iewart returnedi returned
r cent1y nUy from the teachers institute In indaho
Idaho I and repor reports tat that 1 a large Insttute number numberof j
of o f student students wi will ated attend the normal de deartment
parlment p and rome who have been teach teachfu I
fu J ug school for the last two years wt will willeturn
roturn r eturn and tae take advan advane e work In chl1l child childtlidy
study a uid d pedog pedngogr pedngogrThe I
The ralroads railroads havt have agr agreed d to give haI half halfates
rates r FrIda and Sat Saturday rd throughout throughoutthis
this t state and Idaho to students comln coming 1
to t o the UniverIty University for reg1stratlQn Tis This Thisate
rate r ate w1 svIll be given onl only for thes two twoays I
days d ays aysProfeaaor
PoeSEtor Profeaaor Richard R Lman arrived arrivedesterday arrivedesterday
y esterday from Cornell unlierslt university where where11e whereie
11e l ie has spent the lent year and a half In InperIeethlJ inerfecting
perIeethlJ p hImself along cIvil and win winug
InS l ug engineerIng lines He was honored honoredy
by b y R graduate scholarship and with a aegree
degrt8 d egree In civil en engineering lneerln He will 111 give givenstr
Instruction i nstr ction In hydraulics and me mehanics hnnlcs
during d uring thIs coming school rear and will willreturn willeturn
return r to receive a Ph D degree next nextear
y ear at Cornell CornellOther CornellOther
Other New Professors ProfessorsAmon ProfessorsAmong
Amon Among the other new men Who are now noweedy i
ready r for work are Professor Fred W Wtoynolds Yo YoRe
Re toynolds > nolds who has been eng engaged ged as In Instrucfor intruefor
strucfor s at Harvard for the past four fourears fourears
y ears He will take the place of Profcs Profcss
s or FG ci 1 Marshall who leaves this fall fallor
for f or a yearS leave or absence The new newchair
chair c of mechanical engineering which
has been established this year will be beilled
filled f b by ProCessor GUstae A A Over Overstorm Overtorm
storm s who will take charge of the mill millng
Ing i ng and dressing of oreS ProCc Professor sor R
E Rouse ouse will be the successor ot Pro Proesr
fess f esr r Arnoldson In the department of ofmolern ofmodern
modern languages Prorc Professor or N T
Porter will tak take Ul u work in commerce commorceaDd commerceaud
aDd finance Profe Professors sors George Q
Cotay and Levi E Young will also be
back after a leave of absence or a year yearor rcaror
or two twoWith twolVIth
With these additlons to th the faculty the thevnivcrsity thetniverafty
vnivcrsity i has a much strolg force or ofeachcrs
teachers t In all departmlintt and the theprOffJKCts theprotipects
prOffJKCts arc good for the largest attend attendance tlendancc
ancc in thc history of the Institution institution10CAE
0 0LOCAL
LOCAL BRIEfS BRIEfSSmRYICES BRIEFSsmavicgs
SmRYICES AT SYNAGOGrERnbbt SYNAGOGrERnbbtL
L G Reynolds will conduct thoSabbath thti Sabbath Sabbathve I Iee
ee e ve services at thoTewlsh synagogue thls1 this thisvenin
conlll e
I I7lGlCR
1
ZIGICR STILL AT LARGEUeputr
SherIff James Coan returned yesterday yesterdayempthRnded yetorda3nptyhanded
empthRnded e from Calicntes where he head
had h ad gone one In respontld to a telegram from
S ShSrJff t Johnson or that place stating that L
Marko Zlglch was jallld there Deputy DeputCowunlenrned r Lr
Cowan Cowunlenrned 1curnoo that the prlttQner waR not
Zlglch but Frank Geltz who had former formery
h l y Worked at the th Murrnysmc1tcm Murray smelters and an aneft
l eft < ft Au Aug t the day of thcmurdt the murder > r or ol
Bill 1 Jarro Geitz went awalr6m Iur Iurray lurray
ray some hours prelous previousto to the tlttt time tin thlcrIme tincrime
crIme was commItted commIttediTAl committedttAKES
iTAl ttAKES ES PECULIAR PeRCHASEPa
trolman Emil Johnson last evening enlng nr nrrested arrested
rested a Swe Swede e named I1ke Rosa aftor aftoreelng aficieeing
s eelng th tha man purchase > some bras
knuckles and a sandbag The fellow was wasocke wa waocked
l ocke 1 up on the ch charge rge of C8r carryfpg ng con concealed < on onceal
ceal cealed d weapons Rosa said a frIend had hadghen I IgIven
gIven him the knuckles but thO police pollcEman policeman
man declares he saw the man buy them In Inn Ii I Ia
n store on Commercial street He was wa S
in the act of urchaslng the sandba sandbawhen saxidbawhen
when Johnson made the arrest arrestL arrestILIJEGED
ILIJEGED L EGED FORGER IDENTITOIED
Detective Macbeth of rnlontown and am I
Cltl duet r or Pollct A C Patterson or Browns Brownsvlll Brownsyule
vlll yule Pa arrived In the it < yesterda tcrday
to take back east with them A II Ham
ilton charged with tor forging n a check for to r
S38i itS on the Second Natf6nal bank or o f
BrOWlS BrownevIle lle on Au Aug t BrownsvlUp 18 In ii I
Faetto OOtnu of which hlch l nlontown 18 L S
the count seat Hamilton secured ahout
soo o In cash on the draft and th the r remaind remainder malnd
er 1 of the amount 4E e took In four cerUfic cerUficcbecu j jcheeks
cheeks The officers Identified tbelr man manupon mumupon
upon arriving In the ctt city csterdky He HequIsftIon Itoquleluon
quIsftIon papers arc expected to arrive b bman r rmail
man today so the men can take Ham
Illon back east for trial trialEitSO trialPmsoNAL
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PmsoNAL PmsoNALChief EitSO AL ALCblfr
Chief or Police Ingalls of Cheyenne Is Isspending I S SSneading
spending a afew few days in the c1t c1tGovernorHeber11 city cityGevernorBeber
GovernorHeber11 tt Wells ells wasJnProvo wasinProvi Ll LlOft
Oft 11 b buolness lness yesterday
4 C Nelson state Ruperlnt superintendent ndent or orIUblic o olubIlc r
IUblic lubIlc instructIon hasbeel1 has been In Provo the theast tb S
last few days t I r rMrs
Mrs W O Carbls wife ot o the rOuntr
treasurer Is serious seriously 111 at Pac Pac1fi a
Grove Cat CatREAL CalaEAL
REAL ESTATE TRAN TPANPEItS TPANPEItSMRr3 FERS FERS1at
MRr3 1at E Sweet to Lucfu Lucius thiitis thiitis13x122 rtt i i13X122
13X122 feet In the northeast cor cornfOr corfler
nfOr of block 56 plat B with 1th 8 arIght
rIght of wa way to the street subj subject et
to a t500 mortgage 6500 0
Joseph W Hulsh oC Mill 1111 Creek to
JlIz 2iizhth heth Huish his wife lots 5 5and 5and
and 6 block 20 lenacre plat A j jncr8
20 acres with p primary w water ter right s I
In B nig fottonwood cr creek ek < 1 I
Jane G Lynch to Rhoda nn Hat
tl field ld lot 29 and the 1M south uth half or
Jot 38 block 1 Talkers 8ubdll subdivistorm j
storm ton of block 5 fheacre plat A I
subject to 1004 taxes uo 9
Rho Rhoi Ann Hatfield and husband to
Jan G Lynch west baIt of Jot 1 I
block 4 pint G subject to 1904 OO OOTI
taxes 3000 3000emery 0
TI Timothy i Eah lia i Ct i uxor x i i to W W
emery 49X9 rods In the narth northeast ast
earner of lot 12 blockO block O Cheacre
pat A 000 0
John Edward et Uxor to B F She
icr er lot 15 block 3 Park View 00 9 9
George Coleman ct al lp t the estate estateot estateof
ot Sores P Henrichsen R piece of
land In section townshIp 3 southI
t8nge 1 east 100 io 0
Leah P HIll and hURband to Ann
James part ot Jot 1 block 29 29yaat
yaat iatG G 6000 0
I B Scott ot mor to C W Mldg
le Icy part of lot 3 3 bloclc GI 61 pint Q 1000 103 0
Mary Iar Jones aDd bu husband band to Elmot
r Fowler part or lot 3 block 31
pInt B n 1
Char1 Charles A Graebpr el 11 al to Lillian
ReUle Beilley part oC lot Z bl bl6ek 6TJUUan ck 8 8G 8t 8Ir
p1st t 13 10 10Iett 1 ii
G Glen Ir It ij Bothwell 1 1i ci t uxor xor to Lars S
Peter > r 111 Mlclutelsen chit elsen south halt 0 of
I let t 53 block 10 1 CIty Park sub ublJ li
Vision or blocks 0 t i 2S and andpiat 2n 2npial
pial C iW 0
G Offorge orge Holmes ct uxor ot Sand Sandy to
Mary Trlptow or Sand Sandy lots 4 5 5ud 5aDd
aDd ud 6 6 blO block < k 00 Sandy Station plat 1Z 1 S
Ida A Shaw to Mrs A D Wsbb bb of ofan
San an Dle Diego o lot 18 block I Denver Denverplace Denverplace
place subdivIsion with rIght ot otway ofway
way for grass plQt ot a strip or orgro ofground
gro ground nd 2 25x23 x3 feet JdJolnlng on the tbeORt theeast
ORt also lot 3 3 block 115 1l and the theeast theeast
east threequarters ot lot 2 block
I3 us plat D 1 1J3I1tTR 1BIRTK
J3I1tTR OF OPRaccnigi A PRINCE PRINCEcOo
Raccnigi cOo nlgl Italy Sept ISQU 15Queen een Helena Helenawati a awah
wati sl1fy delY deiyernd ed r D son at U i 1
O djpck Ckto ton1ghtiutl1 nlgft t J tJ 1m r4JvnI Yo Lp pdld dlti W1 hijrt r1
B BdJlj motb motinirl rJ Ji andpahlli1nre IjI at dOlligwe dthlfg trell lf
TIt Thjpfat ntnnt fir4 nl1S rJWd1vJlUJJl rqjid tJinnie oin tm
1lum1J J5ii4nbrt rt ana I 1fcI Et Uti title CSt < at PPlfimf rinO tPIM tPIMDl1ki C P1 P1mon
mon Dl1ki
I OFftLOWS OFftLOWSv1sIT IJ fflOWS
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VISIT SALT lAKE lAKESoveretgn LAKESovereign
Sovereign Grand Lodge Officers Officersin
in First Installment InstallmentGIVEN Installment31VEN
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GIVEN A WARM RECEPTION RECEPTIONt RECEPTIONMANY ECEPT1ON
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MANY MORE GOMING QMING ON Ol WAY WAYTO WAYTO
TO SAN FRACISCO FRACISCOThe
4 4The
The first of the Odd Followswho arc arcjourne areourneying
journe j ourneying lng to San F7an F aBclsco r5C td attend attendthe attendhe
the t he annual conclave of the oereibn rovereigngrapti oereibngrapd
grapd lodge of r the order which will ill illmeet
meet ih n that city from Sept 17 to 24 In InI inlusive
I elusive e arrived in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdaymorning I Imorning
morning over the Union Pacific and andOregon I
Oregon Short Line The train which whichonshned whichonsisted
c onshned of ten sleepers an observa observation observain
tion t car a business ear and a baggage baggagear I Icar
car c ar was In char charge e or General John C CUnderwood CUnderwood
Underwood of Coington Ky past pastgrand
grand sire and past generalissimo of ofhe
t he e order fonn formr r maYor of Bowling BowUngGreen BowlingGreen
Green and former Ht Ilertenant > ltenant governor governorof I
of o f Kentucky On this traIn was a ma majority niaority
jority j of tl1 the mel theirters jrs or oi the svereign mverelgmigrand
grand lodge I OJ 0 O F and their wo women wemen I
men folk and friends numbering OO OOpersons
persons Among tl tioe ose on the train
w were re Grand Sire John B Goodwin Goodwinnw Goodwinmayor I
nw mayor or ot AtlantaJGtL and wife Depu Deputy
ty t y Grand Sire Robert E Vright of Al AlJento111
Jento111 l Pa G91nd Gnnd Secretary J Frank FrankGrant I
Grant of Baltimore lId Past Grand GrandSires GrandSires
Sires M l J Dur Durharn am of Lexington Ky KyA 1yA
A C Cable of Cincinnati 0 and John JohnC
C Underwood of Covfngton K Ky and andother andther
other o officers and 125 grand representa representathes representalves
thes thesThe t lvesThe
The second train of the Odd Fel1ows Fel1owst Fehlowsranscontinental
t mscont1riental excursion arrived later laterIn latern
In I n the day over the Denver Rio RioGrande RIOGrande
Grande railway in charge of General GenerallI
lI A nancy commanding general generalwh generalwii
wh was accompanied by his staff and anda
a Inrge detachment of chevaliers W1 W1del under
del command of General Stephen S SWelch SWelch
Welch pf Lynn lIass together with a ala aarge
la l arge ge 116ll1tant nllltant contingent contingentStin
Still Other TIdins TIdinsAnother dins dinsAnother
Another sov sovereign reign grand lode excur excurEJIQn excurPIQfl
EJIQn traIn which is bound from 11oston 11ostonto
to San Francisco Is on the rails via Ia Iathe
the Can Canadian dlan Pacific and Mt It Shasta Shastaroute
route of the Southern PaGlflc railway railwayand railwayand
and It bears Past Grand Sire A S Pin Pinkerton Pinhorton
horton and bride of Worcester Mass lIasBtogether Massogether
together t with tiny other members or orthe ofhe
the t he sovereign grand Jodg lodgand150 andl O other otherOdd otherOdd
Odd Fellows and their frIends onoth Another
er trainload of militants and other Odd OddFellos
Fellos Felloivatand Ill1d friends has started from tromWashingtonD fromWashington
Washington D C and it 15 being run runas runas
as a special all the way to San Fran FrancIsco Frandee
cIsco dee via New Orleans and Los An Angeles Angeles
geles It carrIes the Washington can canton cai caiton
ton which will take part In the mili military miiitary
tary competitive dr1l1 at San Frnnels Frnnelsco
co as will also at least one rie of the 1fa 1fasnchutetts Man
snchutetts cantons un under er eommand of ofGeneral OfGeneral
General Welch andposslbly one of the theIowa
Iowa cantons cantpnsManv
Manv Odd Fellows Cothing CothingGen Co iing iingGeneral
Gen General ai indervood nd tvoocl is the man man chic 110 110broUht
broUht brot1ht about th thExcurson oxcurslon rates from fromall
all over the tinted States to San SanFrancisco
Francisco of wh which th the Knights Tem Templars
piers and other orders have been ge getlng gef
ting the benefit Hc s sdys ys there wli1 wli1be
be between 5000 5000and nOd 10000 members of ofthe
the I O 0 0F F Orderhio r crv1io wl11 Wlllvislt visit San SanFrancisco SanFrancIsco
Francisco during the conclave or the theS thesovereign
S sovereign grand r loige ge nearly aU r rwhom fwhom
whom will pass through SnIt Lake Lakeclther Lakeeither
either going or cor1Ing cor1IngDuring
During the week weekiinesron s On of the coy roverelgn coyerolgn
erelgn grand nd lodg In SM Francisco in innddiUon
addition to th the corrI1 comrietilIve tifie trills ofa ofanumber of a
number of cantons there wi11 be a astreet
street parade of the order which will wi1lcomprise willcomprise
comprise Ptltrlarc patriareta militant from rom all a11parts
parts of the untry an and the cantons cantonsand cantonsand
and other bodies In San an Francl Franclo o and andtbrou andthrougjiout
tbrou througjiout iol1t C Cnllforna lIfornja The Palace Palacehotel Palacehotel
hotel In San Francisco wlll be beheadquarters th thheadquarters
headquarters of the sovereign gl grand nd of officers officers
ficers and special arrangements have havebeen I Ibeen
been made for 01 the entertainment of the thevisiting 1
visiting members of pIe order order orderNeetlug I
Me Neetlug t g at 13apatt Ran RanBarr ffaflkt
kt Barr Barratt h hall lJ I In ttiQ t1 ev evening nlng tt41 tt41grammc apia apiagr
grammc gr rnme or muSic and Spkkiog wa wntiiresited I Ipre
pre iresited ted The haIl wl wasieIl s cll filled tuledDr filledDr
Dr F E Straup grandmaster grand master or orUtah ofUtah
Utah presided gracefully His an announcement announcernent
nouncement tbat11lse that Mise EmmaRamsux Emma flamsny flamsnywould
would sing SO 0 M iiy America w was s Wclll wcl wclreeived
re reeived eived the
singer Was welcomed welcomedwith I Iwith
with a round or applou e al141 at the thitena
cnp or the song 80 hearty was the ap applause applause I
plause that she was compelled to tospond rt
spond to an encore She respon responded ed with w1tIJennie I I IJennie
Jennie My Dear nd was cheered cheeredat3ln I Iagain
again Later in theprogrnmme the programme Fred I
C Graham sang ng 1Ir Dreams which whichp whictpthnsed L IL I
p llsed the audience so well that a s seC seCfld C CIJlld
IJlld fld uumber was derpanded and rep reptieted
dercd It was A1I Au for ou Still later laterin latsiIn
in the evening Charles Kent sang the thECambilap
CamblIa1War Cambilap War Son Sonwith wJth such POY POYCr O Oer I
er as to stIr the a audience dlence to a a hIgh hIghpitch t tpitch
pitch of enthusiasm For a second secondnu secont I Inunber
nu nunber ber he gave a rendition of a little littletch hitthctitch
< ctitch tch song Mary The Theprograinmt prograrnme prograrnmecloned
cloned with the aIngl aingiflg of 0 The J Jewel JewelSong wel1 wel1Song 1
Song Cram Faust by Miss Ramsay Ramsayand Raninfayand
and this was groqt greqteu t1 with I0l1SCOll1 longcon longcontinued
tinued applnus applnusThe
The speakers of the evening were i I IGrand
Grand SIre Jbhn B Goodwi l of At AtC I Ilanta
lanta Ga Grand Secretary J Fr Frani FraniGrant nk C i iI
Grant of Baltimore Md Grand Rep RUJre Representative
I re entative Robert T Daniels ot GC Geor r rgla
gla and grand secretary of the Indhna Indhnagrand Indiqun Indiqungrand I
grand lodge W V H Leedy of Indlanap
lolls oils Deputy Gr Grand nd Sire WrIght and andPast auc 1
Past Grand Sire SIr D DUrhan rhan and nd Pan PaatGrand PanGrand auct t
Grand Sire Underwpod were to hac hacspoken havispoken
spoken also but they were aU indis indisJosed
posed and andremained remain d at their hotels W it itret b
ret I
retAll I IAll
All of the speakers told toldf of the won on onderful
derful growth Of f Odd Fellowship wonI and an I I Iof
of the good work being done by the theorder tin tinorder r
order not only In America < m hut In till tbeenUre
tillI
entire civilized WorK forIO All had gQOd gQOdwords goot gootwords I
words to say for the Odd Fellows s pUtah t tUtah
Utah and all were vere profuse rofusein In praise ot otthe 0 0the
the eht ebtertainment rtalml1ent aCQ acuOrded rded Utem dur durlug Uf Ufing
lug their tUY in t1te th city cityAfter lty ltyAfter
After the benediction had been prQ prQnounced
prQa
nounced by Rev P A Simpkin t1e t1enrOgr tli a
nrOgr p gimm mm df tbij tI een1ng ening dlbsed pd pdan aft afte I
an J informal reception WEtS wabtonderedTh wabtonderedThe tenderedtihe tenderedtiheofficera e
officers ot the sovereign grand Iodge e
un train time timeX timeLeave
X Leave For the Cpt CptThe o t tThe
The first of the Odd Fello Fehloss s trains trainsloft tralmloft
loft the c1tyat city at 11 oclock last night nightover nighover
over the Oregon Short Line fol1owed fol1owedfe fohloweta
a fe few mamenu later by the second secondtrain seconc seconctralfl
train Both tralns wer were heJd In OS
den until d daylight yllght and were then thenSvItClec1 themsw1tcFed
SvItClec1 onto the track of t the he South Southern Sout1iem
ern em Pacific railwa lailway and taken over the theLuc1n tin tinLucin
Luc1n Lucin cutoff on their westward jour jourIIC jourMCy
IIC MCy jh Theiwill 9will lJpniet at R no Ne Nev
by a del delegation gaUon ot ofSan S h Irariclsco Q Qlic QlicFeilotvs 1d 1dFellows j
Fellows who will ill show shower r 1iower ant antfruits nd ndtruftg
fruits of the Golden State upon them themVllan
When the trains roach SMramcnto SMramcntoSfttrda SaoramenttSdturday
Sfttrda Sdturday the exCurslohrMts wIH 1e e eon < on
duetod to the state capitol where thfY thfYwill the thewill
will be w welcomed < leamed a anti l r celld by Go GoeM10r Gov GovernOr
eM10r George C Pardee Pardeeand nnct c W WBaker yo
Baker grand representative of tin thaSQoorelJrn tinsovereign
sovereign grand lodge and chairman of ofthj o othe
the CaIJtbrnla reception committee The Tinllfst
fitst train will leee Sa rnmento at atp 3 3p i
p m and the excursionIsts will reaCh reac1the I Ithe
the 1eadquarters In San Franclsco Franciseabout ° J
about 7 p m inAfter I
After the weeks session or the soy soyereign I Iereign
ereign rand lo Iodge g on Sa Saturday urdIlY Se Seit t I
24 the united membership and patrlI Patri Patriareho
araM Militant will slarfOon start on their r rturn re
turn trip over the Southern Pacific Pacificthroug1 Pacifitthrougl
throug1 Southern CalIfornia They wUe wUesto wh I Ietol
sto etol over Sunday at Del Monte nI uni l1
MQnday at Santa Barbara and throe throeor thraior
or tour days at Loa Jgeles to enab1a I
t tAie ex excuwionists curs 1 onlsts t tQ Q gO to t pa Pasadena sa d filh j
lye iemlde lde tAndCor and Cor nt nndo Io Beach hmn 1iei
l IU5 1l1probably 1l1probablyraflil > tQbaoly 11 a 1g 4Q
raflil n3 a a 1 iJarger
numb r1o 11idx 11idxeursIonIts llm x xcurlonlsts I
curlonlsts will return tu Their h hothe C
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ra ay iilIme d y itt1e leatl leatlI at atiilIme
f fPlay
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Play the piano While hlle you ou pa paand pay payand
and know that een even It you Oit paid paidcash
cash you OU could not get et a betterln betterlnstrurent better in instrurrent
strurent pI equal money an anwhere any anywhere
where else elseOne elseOne
One priceNothing OIlto take off offGuaranteed
Guaranteed PlANO 250
l 15 cash S S per r month monthCarstensen
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Carstensen ADson Co CoIncorporated
Incorporated IncorporatedTemple l lTemple
Temple or MusIc
74 MAIN STREET STREETSuccessors STREETSuccessors
Successors to Daynes Music Co
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GOODS GOODSA t j
0 0h 0A h
i 1 A g glance 1 ance at OUr WEST WIN
DOW will prove the above ass assdr r rUOIl
s UOIl The line Is complete completeVelcome
x Welcome Step In Int
t ALL LL CARS START FROM
t + fiodbePits DrugStore DrugStoreBoth Drug Store
j Both Phones Phon s Number Numberf
f 140 140e +
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vv via v ia the Santa F Froute route stopping to tovIsit toisit
vIsit v isit the Grand Cahyon Cabyonof < f Arizona and andmany
many of th tham will again stop off at atColorado
Colorado Springs Most of those who whodo
do d o not travel over Ue Southern Pa Pacific
cific c hic through Arizona Texas and Lou Louislanll
islanll i will return by way of Salt La Lake c cI
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I I Music and i Dram Dramor 1 1F
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or qt course If you ou saw The Wzlrd of
Oz 10 New York ork It catifiiJt bo possible
that you were pleased with It last night
With ith an air of weary superiority you told told
whoever It was wa ou Were wJthhow with how very
muc much better they do those t things In dear
old o ld New York But ifyou ify u dfdnt Ice tho
Wlzard In New York and nd comparative
1 y few ot the great crowdJn crowd in the Salt
bake theatre had ever s Seen t1 him before beforeLOU beforeou
LOU Y ou almo alm9t t surely liked him him ver ver wclluUleed wcll
uUleed Almost surely aurei b because au5c 1t Is
never n possible to please Cer everybody hod
For those who arc familiar whh the de
1cIousJ h hj icilousbook book TheWlzatl The WizarrIof of 07 OsLthq tth
i 1uJ j iiayinutt pnrnt be a adisppointnnt dls PPOlrtfn1 nt ihat rha Is
jf i f they expected to see the bqok put
Htcrally h on the Sta stage Tl1ere tf the Scare Scarccrow Scarerow
crow c true and the TIn Wood Woodmnan Uln and
the t he Cowardly CowarduyLlon Lion and most of th oth otheharnct othe
eharnct c haracters rs in tbQ i1 really truly Wiz Wlzant Wizrti
ant a rti but We tnlssi rnlSse Toto and one ortwo ortwomore
more For Tou > a cow < ow was l stttUted
Hernamc was Imogtne mogene 3nd In tnoan tnoangU8 the lan language
gU8 guage of f the stag she came close to
hogging th ShO show H you ou dont kno know i
what that me moans Jt Isnt worth while tory to totry I
try t ry to explain AnyYii Imog Imotie he in prl prlate privale
vale ate life L J J WY Wichoff hoff helped th th9 P piece fCCO I Iuut
uut o ut wonderiull wonderLulhGreat
Great interest 4centertd centenvdllaturalh centenvdllaturalhenough aturaliy I
enough e I in the S Scaiccrow < rccro tyerybody cr3 > ody had hadeard
heard h eard oL11eorJgln31 of the origlnal Ssj2rccrow rccrow Fred FrodSAon
SAon Sone al nitil d wc c ver er offer offered d last nl night nightomething ht htsomtthlng
somtthlng s Ialdto taid to b be equally < as good Bert
Suor Js very ol clever vcr indeed fn the part I I
Peoltle who lao seen Stonl sa say 1tJis 1tJishardly htls htlshardly
hardly possIble to tell the difference bc bctween c ctween
tween themTh thorn Tim Tin Woodmun oo 1m1n < JOhn JomSto JOhnSuor
Sto was Us sl also b a firstrntc aancer alid aii be bemade hemade
made Jots ot fun b sides besidesThere sidesThlrc
There Isnta innt a great deal fp The Wizard Wznrrlof Wizardci
of Oz In the line of thougnt foot It is isentertalnmtnt Isentertainment
entertainment of the frotblest descrlp description
tIon the sort you like to see OnCe in so sooften
often just to nakc you Ou fo forget etQr for al11 am amhour
hour or two vhat ha 1trd ledtUnJ YOu are arehaltg arehaving
having in tho tbi yalcipf aJfv t tears nt You dont donthn dontlaMuht
hn laMuht gh at everything In TfiVfzar ThO 1Vtzar o oOz j
Oz unless you OU a ace 0 very cas cusHy I amue amused amusedbut d I
but you will laugh your our mon monays ys wo worth worthand th 1
and thats mach more than can be S said saidfqr ld ldfQr
fQr most of the JUtJsl inimical lll cOiJ1cdr cuiiidlsb s it1
b scenic equipment Is In everY re repp resp
pp sp ct as advertised Nothing as fine as asthe asthe
the enchanted POPP poppy field nas le5n eGn seen seenhere
here for R long tim timAn time timetii > I
An unfortunate thing last night was wasthe 1 1the
the seemJn seemingly l interminable walt between betweenthe betweenthe
the first and second acts It was caused causedby causedby
by the burning out ot some fuses on the thestage
stage The auditorium holtS were nOt nOtdisoiganlzed l
dlsOlganlz < d dThe I
The Wizard or Oz will bo pr presented presentedagain acntcd acntcdagain
again tonight irmorrow night and ut a amatinee 1
matinee tomorrow tomorrowSome
1
Some officious asswilh ass with little brains brainssad
and less judgment com compelled Hed about t tpeopl 24U 24Upeople
people < princIpally women to stand dur durIng durIng
Ing all ot th the slxtynvcmi ixtyflve minutes ut s required requiredfor
for the fIrst act These people vho bo had hadcome hadcome
come late ml might ht very properly have been beenheld beenheld
held In th6 thefoyer foyer until theshUUnJ the shifting 01 01sc Ofscenery
sc scenery nerY offered occasion to scat them themSuch themSuch
Such n Procedure wouldhac would have been ample amplepenalty I Ipenalty
penalty for late arrival But tht6e iic iicurns Ie i
urns were complIed to stand for sixty elxtyfhe sixtyfive
five minutes In th the sUlhllf fetid air of Ofa
a crowded house back backiunder Lunder the guile guileties
ties the womeri of the crowd near faint faintIng faintlug
lug and men and womezi omea aU aUk alIke suffer ufC r rIng
lug the tortures ot the close hot nlr un undOr Untier
tier conditions that w were rc slmjly fntole1 fntole1ablt intolerable
able They had the alternative of put putting putting
ting up with the situation 011 orlosing iostl1 th thmoney the themoney
money they had paid for or tnclr seats and andwith andwith
with the stupid paUenccof an AmerIcan AmerIcanpublic Americanpublic
public they endured the heat and bad badatr badair
air and ant Cktlueof standin standing ov over r an hour hourUnd hourUnder
Und Under r similar circumstances tn the larger largerclUes largercities
clUes the crowd would ha hau u run over thE the1151101S
uslers or organlze a protest t tat at would wouldhayl wouldhftye
hayl eonvlnced somcbod somebody that brutality hrutalltypoor
is poor business even with the manage j
mjfut mtnt a an Qrdina ordlnaziy v show Th Therg was 110 110ex noexcuse
ex excuse usc for th thd eptMd and Jt Js 11 pity pityth
th longcared descendtlnt ot Ralaams Ralaamsbetst Bainamsbeast
beast who tasued that order could not nothave nothave
have been panned up with the victims ot othl othis
hl his action actfoThe actionThe
The regular season dt the Grand was wasopen wasopened
open opened ell last nl night ht with An Orphans OrphansPrayer OrphansPrayer
Prayer Miss Nettle De Course Coursey an ac actress actress
tress well and fltvorably known In Sail SailLake SaltLake
Lake had the leading part ThE play Is Isone isone
one that should flll wIth joy the souls of ofthose ofthose
those who are fj fpnd > nd or Btr strenuous nuous prothic prothictions roduc roducIOn8
tions IOn8 An Orphans Prayer contains or orcburse ofcourse
course a muchabused orphan In addi addition addition
tion It has a lady villain a gentleman vil vilhim 11 11him
him an hone honest t farmer a Johnl1yonthe Johnl1yontheNeldeo JohnnyouthejthI1dson
jthI1dson Neldeo Judson Drug Co CownOlESAE CoVIIOLLSAE
wnOlESAE DRUGGISTS DRUGGISTSGIGAR8 DRLJGOISTSC1GPtRS
GIGAR8 A I IFOBo97OaLakeCity SPEGIALTY SPEGIALTYp
p FOBo97OaLakeCity FOBo97OaLakeCityrtwQSmth 080370 Salt Lake Clt Cltw
rtwQSmth w C Smith President Presidentdohh Presidentdohh
dohh dohh P Qob VicePres and Mngr MngrHP MngrM
HP M Knowles Tnas4rer Tnas4rerF
F L 1 PeaH Secr Sccrtary Sccrtaryr SccrtaryMIFIUDMANCO t ry ryi
r
i M MIFIUDMANCO rRIDMAN CO i
145 Main Street progreSs Progreas BIdS BIdSi BldgCOMPLETE
i COMPLETE LINE OF OFMensClot OFClothing
MensClot Clothing in9 andHa1s andHa1sFUfolshlng and Hajs HajsFurfllshlng
FUfolshlng Goods GoodsBoys i
Bo Boys s a and d Chtldrens Suits SultsGREAT 4 4GREAT
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL ALLIEPARTMENTS
DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENTSWe
We car carhronly y nly the 1 Most ost Sa Satih Satihfactory Us Usfact9ry
+ factory WellFI WellFir1hel tshe Unto ItlO ItlODate
4 Date and Lasting Goot1s Go t1 4
4
SOVINCAMORDER h MURDER MYSTERY MYSIERYIf
J1ein B eing g the Ver VeraciotisRecital jQ1 If B e Cital Qf S1eu leltll isimairnary Im ginary Pursuit Pursuitand t
and C Captu pture of St Stevens ve 1s I
In r reqognitIontif 9 gnItlon f the illtcrest hiterest which whichas
has h as been be aro arodSd sqtn In the re reportd ort d cap capure
tUle t tI ure add l3ubsaqucntpUTsuit ot Stev StevEns Stevns 1
Ens I ns suspected murderer through the theJ theublication
Pt J ubUcaUonof ublication of a freries of articles in inhe I
Pli the t he SIlt Lake TrIbune Fh Th Herald haS bas bast
nt li t grea1 expens sec sehureti rcU the 1ele 1elegralt1 telerapMe
gralt1 g ga rapMe correspondence In t the e affair affairand affairnd
and a nd Wih theaddltlon thd addition DC a dIspatch dIspatchsent dispatchent
sent s ent to The Berald from Great Fall Falltake6 Fallsakes
tb take6 t pJeuure in placing the exhibit exhibltbefore exhibitefore
before b it Its r readers readerspecLal er erI
I P pecLal glll to th i un unOgdenAug2711e
OgdenAug2711e Ogddn Aug 27i 1en rn that Stevens Stevensbought Stevensought
ba bought b ought apailof a < paiLof qeer eer here three da days daysgo s sago
ago a go This confirms oUr worst suspl susplClJns uspliribs
ClJns c I s sJmdflThontinue n continue tb p rSuit ursuttpd rSuitS
S nd 50 ceJ1 cents ts SLEUTH SLEUTHSpeol SLEUTHSpeolal
Speol Speolal l to the Tribune TribunePocatello TribunePocatehlo
Pocatello Aug 30Sfevens was here herelatel hereately
latel l ately I I3c seen n his tra traks ks this morn morning mornrig
ta ing t rig He cant be mor more than one lap
tg a head of meVlct me Victory JI < Js within 6ur 6urgrasp durrasp
grasp g rasp Send 2 SLEUTH SLEUTHSpEclal SLEUTHSpecial
Special to the Tribune TribuneButte TribuneButte
Butte Mont Sept 2It Is bitterly bitterlycold bitterlyold
cold c old Stevens has just left here He Hewas
was headed north He cannot escape escapemc escapeme
mc Send SendSpecial 5 5Special
Special to the Tribune TribuneGreat TribuneGreat
Great Falls Mont Sept 4Stevlftls 4Stevlftlsis
is i s head headd d east st from r01I this point Hehas HehascommItted He has hasommitted
commItted c suleid several times since sinceleaving sInCeeaving
leaving l Salt Lake and he cannot cannottbercfofe cannotIlezefo1e
tp tbercfofe t maintain his heart breaking breakingpace breakingace
pace p ace much longer Send 10
10SLEUTH
SLEUTH SLEUTHSpccl SLEUTHSpeclkh
Spccl Speclkh l to the Iribune IribuneHare TriluncHavre
Hare Mont Sept 5Constable 5ConstableLove 5ConstableLove
Love of Guthrle Okla las joined me mebrhiging meringing
brhiging b ringing fresh clues and an au appetite appetiteth appetitehat
th t ta hat t is somethIng fierce Stevens took tookan tookn
an a ta n airship at this point a few hours hoursago hoursgo
ago a go He Is headed for the mountains I IWe IWe
We pursue on onunowshoe imoshoes shortly He Hecannot Heannot
cannot c escape us His airship Is no no10wpres a aowpresure
10wpres b owpresure r machine that thatcanuot cannot sur surmount surmount
mount the ranges Send l lI 15 15I
I SLEUTH SLEUTHSpecial SLEUTHSpecial
Special to theTrIbune theTribuneWarrickMont
YarrlckMont Sept 8We have haveStevens havetevens I
Stevens S tevens surrounded in an abandoned nbandonedmine abandonedI
mine Posse from city of WarrIck be I IIt1g I Iig I
It1g b ig organized to drag him from his hisair I
lalrJ l air An Indian here understands Stev
ens e ns will 111 make full confession Ye Yeha I
ha h ave our quarry rub to ground at last r rSend 1
Send S end 20 SLEUTH SLEUTHSpecial t tSpecIal I
SpecIal to the Tribune TribuneWarriclr I
Warrick Mont Sept 9We cap
PROMINENT ODD FEllOW RESCUES GIRL GIRLWHO I IWHO
WHO IS ST STRANGLING ANGLlNGI IN WATERS OF SALT LAKE
Judge G C Tracy of Towson Maryt Marytand aJjt aJjtland
land h one o of the visiting Odd Fellows and andt andrman
t z rman man ot onslderable conslderableprqxninence prQmlnence In thc thcorder tilerder
order o In his is part o of the countr country w was the thehero thehero
hero 01 the lay at Saltalr y yesterday terday It Itwas Itwis
was wis due to his presence ofmlnd of mlnd and andIftPmpb andmptaction
IftPmpb mptaction ac lon that ti95Gl Miastrtthe e Boyd qtGreenvU1e qt qfGreenville
Greenville T TCnn nn was not strangled in inthe Inhe
the t he la lahi5 lak lakihisoul3g
ihisoul3g hi5 9UIg womnn wolpani wblt Is traveUnr travelInto travelIntothe to toth
th the w vouj wn1jlfitr i fti Tfj pardrtts ar Iffi ventured out outtUb outub
tUb t ub fit lIne in Im th6 watealane water alone In some someWAY someway
WAY unknown even to herself she lost losther losther
her balance and went under the Water waterShe
She was rnDldb strangling and In 10 10oll1 inother
oll1 other r minute would have been beyond beondIp beyondhelp I
help Ip when Judge Trac Tracy caught sIght oi oithe ofhe
the t he struggling figUre In the water With Withpot VUltspot
spot S pot farm hand 8 couple of killings and andther
othr o ther things too numerous to to mention mentionThe mentionThe
The pIa play Is l wrItten around the home homet
if t Seth Owens a plain Mew Hngland Hnglandfarmer lOnglandarmer
farmer f armer The part of Owens b by the way waywas waywas
was admirably portrayed by prank Tre TreEn Treen
S En Miss De Course Coursey was Calamity Calamltn Calamitymn
mn n orphan girl who had be been n token into intotbe intohe
tbe t Owens home 1nd nd reared She allows allowshtr allowsher
her friends to beU be1ve ve her guUt guilty fit wa waardness way waypltrdness
ardness In order to shield the real of offE1Uler ofender
ender f the daughter or ner bcn benefactor benefactorLater actor actorr1ttr
Later she Is accused oJ f murdering I I
Owens with poison Happily 1icwevcr iiewevcrhtr
hH name Is cleared durfng th the progress progressI I
of the play and the only tragedy Is fOr
tured Steven ehrly r thiS moml inorn1ngm inorn1ngmIovd
Iovd Q will ill take him to Salt Lake ocr overland
land t to svc tithe Stevens confessed confessedto
to ste stea1ng lrig a barn In Bla ktoot 1101 Mdliforrnlng
forming at Blackfoot We V shall de tieend
end prisoner with our lives Stevens Stevenshews Stevensdliews
hews t baccoanother link in the theehatn thechain
chain ot evidence we have unearthed unearthedYe unearthedWe
We Ye go frOm hero to Fort Benton It ItIs t
Is out I our w4y 1 Y but Stevens ex cxpressecLdesire t
pressectdesirC to see ec Fort Benton for forlast
last time Do not reel like denying his hiswish I
wJ wish h because lie has yet et to Bee the thepla theplaec
pla plaec for the first tfmeExpnsl time Expenses pll plllng pilIng
lng Up Send me 4 4d 1 Love 30 Great Greatcommendatlon Greatcommendation
commendation of Tribune here for torSen forsending
Sen sending ng experienced man Uk me out outon outon
on case Am doing you lots of good In InVarrick InWathick
Varrick Make It me50 Love 30 30Special 30Special
Special Special to the Tribune TribuneWarrick TribuneWarrick
Warrick Mpnt nt Sept 12Do not notlook notlook
look for t fUrther rher I1ewsfor flCws for some time timeVleare timewe
Vleare we are bei iIjg pursued by wolves and andhave andhave
have desperate 5tt strImggle bggle = ahead Stew Stevens Stewens
ens behaving like man Eats three threetimes threetimes
times every da day and sloeN fourt fourteen fourteenhours en enhours
hours Lo Love will try to break through throughline throughline
line of wolves ohps tonight If ylT see him himhe himhe
he can solve mystery oC A Aims ms age Is IsoCry isvery
very capable fellow Send 50 50I
50SLEUTJ3
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1 i Special to the Tribune TribuneGlasgow TribuneGlasgow
Glasgow Mont Sept 13FIth re received yeceivnd
ceived Much thanks If you ou ever eercon everconic
con conic 11lY way drop In St Stevens vens and andLove andLove
Love cannot bo found but we tad a agoOd agood
goOd timewhlle it lasted hadnt we weYou wet wetYou
You have made mr trip back to tIe t1edear tIedear
dear oldbome old home a pleasant one SlUing SlUingin
in m my PUllman here I pen you ou this thismC6sage thismessage
message t toshow isho < I am not ungrateful ungratefulIt
It Is seldom indeed that one encoun encounters encountern
tern faith In human nature that thatequals thatequals
equals yours yours AufwI AufwIbdersehn dersehn Au le leolr revoir
voir olr Tag Youre it SLEUTH SLEUTHTo
To the Salt Lake Herald HeraldGreat HeraldGreat
Great Falls Mont Sept HWe HWehave 14Wehave
have Ihe correspondents in count county in inwhl inwhiCh
whl whiCh hWarrick is located AU deny denyI3tory denystory
story aG do all pe peace ce officers or Cho Choeau Choteau
teau eau county and postmaster at War Warrick Warrick
rick Only one paper at Fort Benton Bentonthe Bentonthe
the River Pr Press s It knows nothing of ofLove ofLove
Love Or Stevens and has not pub published publlshied
lished story tOIj of any attempted suicide suicidefor suicidefor
for three months As 5 we wired you youseveral ou ouseveral
several da days s ago the stor story published publishedin
in Salt Lake was take pure puretnd nd aim simple aime
ple e GREAT FALLS TRIBU TRIBUNE E
aU possible speed lie reached her side sidepicked sidepicked
picked her up out of the water and ear carnod
nod her to a vlac pined of safety
The word ord flew about that the girl who whlIs whois
Is 17 years ears ot age had been drowned and andreat andgreat
great reat excitement was the result among
the tourists Tb ThO parents of the young youngwoman
WOman were were distracted until th they y reached
her aide Ide and learned that there would b bno beno
no serlo serious results from the adventure adventures adventureMiss
Miss s Boyd was as sick fr about an hour hourand hourand
and suffered much from the effects or orUle ofthe
the salt In her throat but last night she shewas shewas
was reported to be entirely recovered 1d 1dready adready
ready to continue her journey to the thewest thewest
west westShe westShe
She am and her parents were vroCuM in inthetrt11 Intheir
thetrt11 their thanks nks to th the re rescuer rescuerthe cuer cuerthe
the ylIainand vkllaht anti the i1Ialncss which Is Isrl isright
rl right ht and proper propurl1fas properMli
l1fas De Courser won now fWes b3t her belork hervork
vork ork las nit1ttUcr comPiLR1 1s cxcep I IUonallY
UonallY wollbalanc woli balanced and the p perform performanoc rform
anO < onl1cw on the w4iole ole 113 an t tremly = cred creditabl credItable I
itabl Itable ope opeAn
An Orphans Prayer goes again to tonight tonight I
night t9mor tomorrow ow night and at a matinee matineetomorrow matineetomorrow
tomorrow It t is entitled to a liberal pa patronage
tronage tronageEXPERT
It ItEXPERT
EXPERT KODAK FINISHING FINISHINGII PINISHINGHarry
II Harry rry ShipIer Commerlal Photo Photorap Photorapher
rap rapher her 5th floor Templeton
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Specials for Friday Fridayand Fridayand
and Saturday SaturdayThat
That Y You 01 Should Take Advantage Of OfI I
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A 6reat Clearance of Silk Waists WaistsSizes
Sizes S and 9 only onlyA I IA I
A large assortment ot Silk Waists n Deau de soi sole Louisine and andcrepe andcrepe
crepe de chine the original prlc s or which were up to 650 The Thecomqin They Theycomrin
comqin t1Je t1e following colors Light blue pink tan green gra gray black b1akand blackand
and white OwIng to tbefaet the fact that these waists ha have e bonme om slightly sItghUys411ed slightlysailed
sailed In l handling we have decided to place lace them on oi t for Friday Fridayand Fridayand
and SaturdaY at a prIce that wIll move them out ofrh of the house quickly
They w1ilbe ll be sold for
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I A fireat Bargain in Childrens lIoseo lose0Childrens I IChildrens
Childrens asbmer hose ribbed and plain in sizes 8 and 9 onl only t
Regular price on these goods Wc For FrJdayand Friday and Saturday only onlj25c onlyZ5cPerPair
25c Z5cPerPair Per P ir
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275 C COTTON rTON CREPE KIMONAS 198 198These i iThese
These kimonas are made In Ii light ht blU blue pink and white cotton crepe crepeand I
and are very neat Good quality ma material rialhs has been used and plenty I
of It In each garment 1or tw twa days Ohly ohlyI
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Rednced Prices Pric on Fleece LinedUnderwear LinedUnderwearLadies Lined Ullderear UllderearLadies
Ladies Fleeced lIned VESTS AND PANTS In ecru or gra gray regu regular
lar prIce JOc For Friday and Saturday only per garment garment23C
23C nts ntsA
A B BEAUTIFUL NEW L LINE INE OF FANCY l NECKWAR CKWJAR HAS JUST JUSTBE JUSTBE
BE RECEIVEDAND ECE ED AND IS NO NOW B 331NG ING DJ DPI4T1I L I 4Nt NRa p
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Adds Cozt Cozen > n of new friends for I lr LlnenbepartrntDt Linen Department and every 1u buyer er t tee teeommenIs c commends
ommends 9Jother Its Uhlu umtusior jlr abl ably the MOST IMPORTANT LlNEX LlNEXSALE LINEXSALE
SALE O ON RECORD We are u5h using the stront strongt t JrtCU 1aguge ever 6mpli empioved empiovedin d din
in our adr advsrtiMng nc all it t I lot OM bit too atrn to for the values we at ae aegIvthg e eg
g gIvthg NJI 74iIetu most ex ttperhlVed t r eued shoppers are aJUHdat Ute Bargain Op Opportunltle2 Opportunities
portunltle2 iou OV iTTO TO yorRSEL o O AND THlS LI1E LI1ESALmTOD LflcENSALE
SALmTOD SALE TothY TothYI Y
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BtDJfS vV cithiflg lfl tifmY Dept DeptBOIS J JBOYS
BOYS BOIS SCHOOL SL 7ITSIt c1leviO t and wool ndxtureB mIxtur ages s a t 11 Tears TearsntnL yarseItIL
ntnL wail 4111 made with SPICOVere CO re d seams me This is tM GrMi4K Rcujdon Rcujdonever n ner
ever er m l We i Boys CIor 11 MW fall goods w worth rth from I taa5ct taa5ctSale t G GSale
Sale prloe for Satrltda Satutday oiiy
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UANDIR UANDIRClliff IIANDKRCrnF
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ON SALE SATUR SATURDAY SATCBDAY
DAY EVENING EVENINGTO 7 7TO
TO 9 OCLOCK La Ladies Ladies
dies fine seCt fin finJshod finIshed
Jshod white hem hemstitched hemstitched
stitched handker handkerchlora handkerchiefs
chiefs beet betJtirade 1k 1kgrade
irade grade on sale Ie tor torbours or orhours
hours onl only at at5c
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Saturday Evening to S SThAT
ThAT 250 SALE SALEF
F LDIES NEW TAILORED VL VLVET
VET WAISTS will certainly attraat attraateqnsfderable
eqnsfderable attention They ar ariegflIar
iegflIar L5O iiee and gsrmeitts gsrmeittsin
in iiialn and pretty rancy celettags celettagssizes
sizes 3 to 40 Be on time at 7 p m msharp
sharp choke i
25t1
AfltiRDAY NIGHT NIGHTSPBCLL NIGkIISFCIAL
SPBCLL
7 U UNZ PL S P l lOUR MOUR
OUR suor suorOf SllOIDftART
Of DftART DftARTMNT PART PARTI
M MNT MNTLADIES NT NTLADIES
LADIES KID KIDsHO KIDSflO1d
sHO SflO1d Our OurSpecials tlo tloSpedaJ
Specials Beet lUJ lUJShoe J JSM
SM Oft oi Earth EarthHeavy EarthHeavy
Heavy or Ugbt Sole SoleMIlitary SolesMilitary
MIlitary CX Pr French FrenchHeel nch nchHeel
Heel OUR CLl CLlPRIcm CL CLPRICE
PRICE FOR T TW1 TW1HOURS
HOURS ONLY
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6ARDNtR DAILY STORr NWS NWSBrotyn
crown is the popular color of the season seasonIndeed seasonIndeed
Indeed it Is the theBrown Rage RageBrovn
Brown in various rich toned mixtures forms a very veryt veryi
i t f important part of our ourf ourf ourFall
f i J ffi Fall Suit showing showingf1
f1 t Especially in the thes
t s valueglylng 18 and
20 lines linesThere linesThere
There we w e h a v e eBrowns
Browns in many dif different different
ferent shades and pat patterns patterns I
terns ternsBoth ternstL5f
tL5f FW t Both in the double doubleand doublefI
fI zimk and single breasted breastedt I Istyles
styles stylesBrown
t Brown Is the pre prevailing preS
a vailing color in our ourneckwear ourneckwear
S neckwear gloves and andhats andiFC
hats hatsONt
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OReillys Clothing Store
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established lot iotahig g store 210 Main street with long lease splendid splendidopportunity splendidopportunitY
opportunity f for r investiiient siv tment Best location bl Salt Lake City The Thestock Thestock
stock is to besbld besbld arcduction reducUon ottrom of from 5 to 1 eats < on the dol dollar dollar
lar for Fr FridaY d Y and and g Saturday turda Com and secure bargains and put putUWll putfllOllCY
UWll fllOllCY < in your our pOtket
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Thethou Thetlioughtfui htful hostess thinks of ofsrfii ofshe
srfii fwhensh she is about to enter entertaibt t ttmn
tmn taibt it dinner Theres only one oneI rca rcason
I so1 son iWe We carry the best ofeverything ofeverythiflg4The
4The 1 gr greatest atest variety of the fuiesi fuiesiW1 IieSt IieStwines
W1 wines l s and nd1iouors liquors to be had ha inthiS inthiSFr in this thisandfor
Fr andfor r ig 11 lands I II
I Bieger ieger Lindley LindleyTh LindieyVI
VI t Th The Whi Whit Whiskey M M51ier 51ier werchauts werchautsUr
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