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I > I 8 T THE SAL SALT T LAKE HERALD SUNDAY MAY 21 1905 4 i
GOOD ROADS MAN MANIN MANIN MANIN
IN SALT LAKE LAKEW
W E louoks LouoksHere Here to Arrange for forState forState forState
State Convention ConventionCONFERS ConventionCONFERS CouventionCONFERS
CONFERS WITH OFFICIALS OFFICIALSTEMPORARY OFFICIALSTEMPORARY OFFICIALSTEMPORARY
TEMPORARY ORGANIZATION TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE EFFECTED MONDAY MONDAYTo
To effect good roads agitation edu education eduation ecucation ¬
cation organization and fld legislation la lathe istht f ftht
tht way in which Wellington E EL EIucks E1ruck
L Iucks uck8 organizer of the National Good GoodRoads GoodHoads Goodltodds
Roads association sums up his object objectin
in coining cor lng to Utah and also explains explainsUJP explainsth xpl 1nll 1nllth
UJP th conference which Mr Loucks held heldyesterday heldpsterdy heldsterday
yesterday morning with Governor Governoriutler GovernorCutler Governorutler
Cutler President Heber M Wells of the theCommercial theommerctl theommerclal
Commercial club Mayor Morris and andether andther andtlWr
ether prominent officials and residents residentsnf
nf Salt Lake LakeMr LakeIr LakeMr
Mr Ir Loucks arrived yesterday morn morning mornh morn1g ¬
ing h g took apartments at the Kenyon Kenyonraid Kenyonand Kenyonand
and at once proceeded to spread the thegood thegood
good 000 roads spirit At the conference conferenceheld conferenceheld conferenceheld
held yesterday morning regarding the theproposed thef theproposed
proposed f ropos state convention for good goodroads goodrJads goodrads
roads it was decided to call a a meeting meetingfor
for noon Monday at the Commercial Commercialclub Commeriatdub Commercialiub
club iub headquarters hpa Quartel at which time tem temporary temporaT ternporary ¬
porary organization will be effected effectedIt
It Is planned to hold a two days daysstate daysstate daysstate
state convention In Salt Lake during duringthe durIngthE duringthe
the > latter part of May MayThe MayThe IayThe
The National Good Roads special specialleaves specIalleaves specialleaves
leaves Chicago May 25 5 with a number numberof
of officials of r the organization aboard aboardsaid aboardsaId aboardsaid
said Mr 11 Loucks at the Kenyon last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night nightU
nightAmong
U Among those on the t special will be beMartin beIartln betart1n
Martin Dodge director of public roads roadaInquiry roaGsinquIry roadsinquiry
Inquiry for the United States govern government govemn1nt governnerzt ¬
ment W H Moore president pn > sident of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization Senator T G Harper Harperpresident Harper1resident Harperpresident
president of the Iowa Good Roads as association 88slliation asueiation ¬
sociation W S Cooley engineer for forMinnesota forlInnesota forMinnesota
Minnesota Colonel T P Rixey the thelecturer theIcturer thelcturer
lecturer and a number of other promi prominent prom prominent 1 1nnt ¬
nent road experts The special will willmake willmake willmake
make its first stop at Fremont Neb Nebthen Nebthen Nobthen
then will stop at North Platte and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from this point will proceed diXect di ect to tortah tottah tottah
ttah
Convention for Ogden OgdenI
1 I am now conferring with Provo ProvoOgden ProvoOgden ProvoOgden
Ogden and Pocatello officials with a aview afew aview
view few toward arranging a one days daysconvention daysonventlon daysconvention
convention < for each city and also as asfar asfar asfar
far as Provo and Ogden are concerned concernedto
to provide for the appointment of dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates to the state convention at Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake This gathering will represent representevery representvery
4 every < ery part of the state and Its object objectwill objeetwiII objectvill
will be organization for good roads roadsagitation roadsagitation roadsagitation
agitation education and legislation legislationThis legislationThis legislationThis
This is the fourth itinerary of the therational thenational thenational
national association this year The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first was over the M K and T the theperond theFerond thetecond
perond over the International and andirpat andGr andrat
Gr irpat rat > at Northern the third over the theTurlington thePr1ington theThrlington
Turlington route and this is i over the theNorthwestern therJrthwestern theNrrthwestern
Northwestern the Union Pacific the theOregon theOrpgon theOregon
Oregon Short Line and O R N NRoads NRoads NRoads
Roads Day at Fair FairOur FairOur FairOur
Our objective point this trip Is Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land where the National ational Good Roads Roadsconvention Roadsconvt Roadsconvention
convention convt > ntion is to be held June 22 28 J and andC4 andThe
C4 4 The exposition officials have al already alrfad alrady ¬
ready rfad named namt > d June 24 as Good Roads RoadsDay RoadsDa RoadsDay
Day Da and have > given iven us assurance of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their support We hope to have dele delegations delegations dolegations ¬
gations from each 4 > a < h state and have al airfady alrrady alrcudv
rfady been promised by b Governor GovernorBrooks GoyernorRrooks GovernorBrooks
Brooks of Wyoming yominF that he would have haverepresentatives MvenprfSentatlvf haverpresentatives
representatives > S present I am en enTUvorlng enavorlng envorlng
TUvorlng avorlng to have Governor Cutler take takesimilar takef takelmilar
similar f action actionIt
It will be Mr 11 Loucks purpose while whilein whileIn whileIn
in Salt Lake next nf > xt week to meet friends friendsof
of the good roads movement mOf > ment He has hasbffn hasbpfn hashcn
bffn waging a campaign of education educationin t >
in T this direction dire < tion for many years yearsTHESE yearsTHESE yearsTHESE
THESE TAKE TAKETOTHE TO THE STAGE STAGEEast STAGEEast STAGEast
East ast Side High School Students Will WillPresent WillPresent WillPresent
Present a Greek Play and andOther andOther andOther
Other Things ThingsNext ThingsNext ThingsNext
Next Saturday night at the Grand Grandtheatre Grandtheatre Grandtheatre
theatre the students of the East Side SideHigh Sk1eHIgh SideHigh
High school will present a scene from fromAntigone fromAntigone fromAntigone
Antigone one of the Greek plays by bySophocles bySophocles bySophocles
Sophocles The costumes are being spe specially spedalIy apedaily ¬
daily prepared and the music for fO the themale themale themale
male chorus has been arranged It Itwill ItWill Itwill
will be a new thing for Salt Lake City Citybut Citybut Citybut
but it should be interesting to judge judgeby jU judgeby e i ib
by b the results attending these plays playsir
ir other cities citiesThe citiesThe citiesThe
The students are prepared with withsomething withs withsomething
something s in addition in a lighter vein veinThty veinThey i iThey
They propose to give an amusing amusingsketch amusing6keteh amusingsketch
sketch after the style of John Ken Kenclrick Ken1rkk Kenirick
clrick Bangs which will jll appeal appe l to toeverybody toentJbod toeverybody
everybody everybodyBoth entJbodBoth everybodyBoth
Both societies the Athenaeum and andthe andthe andthe
the Philomathean will be there in full fullforce fullforce j jforce
force to hear their representatives de debite deh1te de1Ite
bite the question questionR questionResolved i iResolved
Resolved R lved That America is more in indanger indlnger indanger
danger from immigration than from fromdomestic fromdomestic fromdomestic
domestic dissensions and nd corruption corruptionAfflrmativeFred corruptionAftirinafiveFred 1 1Affirmative
Affirmative AfflrmativeFred Fred Bassett and Scott ott i
KImball KImballNegative KimballXegaticCharles KimballNegativeCharles
Negative XegaticCharles Charles Hines and Clifton Cliftonlyvkhart CUltonLNkhart CliftonLkhart
lyvkhart lyvkhartMedals LNkhartMedals LkhartMedals
Medals have been offered by a prom prominent promtrent promlrent ¬
trent citizen and the two best debat debaters debaters debatera ¬
ers will be presented with them at atthe atthe atthe
the close of the evening programme programmeDO programme4IiI programmeDO
4IiI 4IiIDO
DO NOT KILL THE BIRDS BIRDSCounty BIRDSCounty BIRDSCounty
County Horticultural Society Takes TakesSteps TakesSteps TakesSteps
Steps to Preserve All But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the Sparrows SparrowsThe
The county horticultural society went wenten wentCn wentcr
en record at its meeting yesterday aft afternoon att1l00n afteT1000 ¬
ernoon 1l00n in the joint city and county countybuilding countybuilding countybuilding
building as in favor of protecting < < all allvild alliiui
vild 11 iiui rl birds except sparrows rros J J E ECox Ex Exmade
Cox x xmade made a plea for the birds say sayInglhey saying sayiig
Inglhey ing they were ere the friends of o the hor horti horti hocti
ti < ulturist and at the theconclusion conclusion of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his talk the society appointed the fol following follwlng follwing ¬
lowing as a committee to call on th thtuperintendents the thef thouperintendents
tuperintendents f of state county and andtity andt lId lIddt
tity dt t ty schools to urge u e upon uPon them the theiietessity the1Elb5Sit theLeeslty
iietessity 1Elb5Sit of cultivating cUltiyatlR in the pupils pupilsu pupilslove
u love for birds J I E Cox John P PSorensen pSnren PSrensen
Sorensen Snren < Jen and H C Anderson A pa pajer paT pajer
jer T r on spraying was read by Samuel SamuelI
I > Wallace in which he told how to tot tot tot
t < rininate the existence of the codling codlingjroth eodlin eodlinoth codlingr < <
jroth r oth He recommended the use oC oCliine oClinlf oflime
lime salt and sulphur in spraying sprayingCounty sprayingounty sprayingtouflty
County Fruit Tree Inspector In Jetor John Johnp JobltP
p Sorensen discoursed on the use uernie of ofr ofrtnic
r rtnic tnic in spraying and advised his hisdeputies bl8kputles hisdtputies
deputies to be energetic ene ettc in urging the theowners t towntJS thei
i owners of orchards to remove all de decayed delved deJyed ¬
cayed lved and useless limbs and trees treesThe treesThe
The The next meeting of the society will willbe willbe willbe
be held June 3 at which Joseph To eph M MSmith MSmith MSmith
Smith of Draper and C M Naper aper of ofIliverton ofIUverton ofi
i Iliverton will talk on the cultivating of ofof ofor ofC
of C orchards and Joseph C Stay of Mill MillCreek MillCreek MillCreek
Creek will wi l talk on grape culture cultureLevis cultureLewis
0 0Lewis <
Lewis and Clark Exposition Port Portland Portland Porttand ¬
land Oregon Oregon3Hrs OregonIrs OregonMrs
Mrs Irs S So J I Kenyon 417 Larrabee St Sthas SLIms Sthas
has a beautiful place close in on car carline carline
line 1 nf > for or visitors to exposition Rates Rates5L25 RatesL2 RatesL25
5L25 L2 L25 per day room and hearty heart Iweak Iweakfaet lMeakfast bienkS
S fast Apply early for accommodation accommodationRummage accommodationRummage accommodationRummage
Rummage Sale SaleWill Salevm SaleWill
Will lie held by the th > ladle Iad of f th the First FirstBaptist FirstBapti FirstBaptiSt I
Baptist Bapti t church at th the < chureh annex awnex2i I
217 21 W V 3d d S So Friday Frida May MayI 26 26Appetizlne 5CII I
CII CI CIAppeUzlngdklntietl I
Appetizlne AppeUzlngdklntietl dltiiitie at No NoBd NoZUd 3 3d East
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I WESTERNFEDERATION WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERSCONVENTION MINERS CONVENTION u I
Photo by Harry Shlpler
Executive Board In Session SessionMembers SessionMembers
Members of the board seated sea tea around the table beginning at the left James JaIn es Kirwan Terry TerryS S D Charles E Mahoney Butte Frank Schmeler Silverton
V 010 do > lo James A Baker Spokane President Preal dent Charles H Moyer oyer Denver J I C Williams illiams Grass Valley Cal William illiam D Hey Heywood wood Denver M W Moor
McCabe Ariz L J Simpkins Wardner Ida
Judging by b the arivals in town yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda afternoon and last night and andthe andthe andthe
the arrivals which hich are due here today
there will be at least 3W 3 9 delegates delegatespresent delegatESpreient delegatespresent
present tomorrow at Federation hall hallern hallwhen hailwhen
when the annual gathering o the West Western Westem
ern em Federation of Miners is begun begunWhile begunVblle begunWhile
While Federation hall has been desig designated designated designated ¬
nated as the official headquarters the theactual theactual theactual
actual meeting m ttng place of the members memberswill memberswill memberswill
will be at the A O U W hall during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the daily sessions which whi < h are expected expectedto
to last for at least three weeks weeksThe weeksThe eeks eeksThe
The executive board of the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion has been in session in this city ell for forthe forthe forthe
the past week wt > ek auditing the a acounts acou counts ts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the treasurer and finacial secretary so soas soas soas
as to be in a position Monday to pre present preent prosent ¬
sent a complete report to the th main mainbody mainbod mainbody
body bod The members completed their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work during the afternoon and it was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found that the Federation was as in a asatisfactory asatisacto asatisfactory
satisfactory satisacto financial condition conditionAs
As soon as the members began be an to toarrive toarrhe toarrive
arrive they were met by b members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive board The majority majoritywere majoritywere majoritywere
were accompanied by their wives and amidaughters anddaughters anddaughters
daughters and went immediately to the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes of friends or to the local hotels hotelsToday hotelsToday hotelsToday
Today they will m visit various points of ofinterest ofInterest ofInterest
interest In Salt Lake and later will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the services in the tabernacle tabernacleLEFT tabernacleLEFT tabernacleLEFT
LEFT ON THEIR HONOR HONOREight HONOREight HONOREight
Eight Boys Discharged From Cus Custody Custody Custody ¬
tody of Juvenile Court CourtSa CourtSaloonnum CourtSalooninan Sa Saloonman
loonman Fined 50 50Eight 50Eight 50Eight
Eight boys marched proudly proud I out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city and county count building yesterday yesterdaynoon
noon after having been honorably dis discharged discharged diecharged ¬
charged by Judge Willis mjs Brown from fromfurther fromfurther fromfurther
further custody of the juvenile court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The lads have proved themselves t1H > mselves capa capable capable capable ¬
ble of taking care of their morals dur during during during ¬
ing their few weeks of probation and andnow xndnow andnow
now they the will be given a chance to do doso doso doso
so without feeling that they are re ever everunder everunder everunder
under a watchful eye Altogether Altogetherfiftyone Altosetherfiftyone Altogetherfiftyone
fiftyone boys reported reportedJudge reportedJudge reportedJudge
Judge Brown Imposed a stiff fine on ona ona ona
a West Second nd South street saloonman saloonmanA
A Tatasco Tat a S who pleaded guilty ilt to a acharge abarge acharge
charge of selling 11Ing minors liquor The Theman Theman Theman
man was implicated impii < ated through the admis admission admission adniissiot ¬
sion of two young boys that they the had hadpurchased hadpurrha5ed hadpurchased
purchased beer there and become in intoxicated intoxicated intoxicated ¬
toxicated toxicatedBefore toxicatedBefore toxicatedBefore
Before paaaing Ja8 ng sentence Judge Brown Brownsaid Brownsaid BrownSaid
said to the saloon proprietor proprietorThis propdetorUThis proprietorThis
This court would prefer that you youtake youtake youtake
take the matter to the t district di trlet court if ifyou ifou Ifyou
you ou feel that the law Is not strong strongenough strongenough stmngenough
enough to hold you You can get et the thebest thebest thebeat
best attorney in Salt Lake > or a dozen doxenof dozenof
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of them th em and test the ordinance which whichforbids whkhforbld whichforbids
forbids the sale of intoxicants to tominors tominors tominors
minors minorsUpon minorsITpon eO
Upon the defendant expressing will willingness willingnem ¬
ingness to be > then and there sentenced sentencedJudge sent sentencedJudge l
Judge Jud e Brown rown imposed im a fit flue e of ISO ISOThe O OThe
The man had h d evidently fvidenU come prepared preparedto
to pay Ii some penalty as a he > had over 535 535with 35 35with
with him An officer was s sent with withhim withhim ilh
him to collect the balance balanceSTATE balanfen balanceSTATE >
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STATE NORMAL r CHANGES
John S Welsh Will Have Charge of oflanguage ofLang1lage ofLangiige
language and Literature LiteratureCo1Use LiteratureCo1Use1fhy Coarse CoarseMay
May be Lengthened LengthenedThere
There will be severaj 5Eera changes in the theteaching tbeteach theteaching
teaching teach In staff of the state normal school schoolnext 8boolnext schoolnext
next year but the most important iml rtant one onewill onewill onewill
will be placing of John S Welsh flsh in I the theposition theposition theposition
position of supervisor supeHj r of the language languageand lan languageand uage uageand
and literature departments Mr Welsh Welshwas Welshwas TeJM TeJMas
was as at the head of the Yak trainingschool trainingschool training trainingschool
school of Chicago Chiea and was also al eight eightyears eightyears eightyears
years with Colonel Parker at the th Cook Cooki Cookcount Cookcounty
i county count normal shool 8 hool in Chicago ChicagoA Chja ChjaA
A determined t > nnJned move fe being b > jn made by byI byPrcfe8llOr byProfessor
I Professor William M I Stewart and the thenormal tmnormal thenormal
normal school faculty to enlarge enlargetbe enlargetbenonnal the thenormal thenormal
normal department of the university universityand unh rsib rsiband
and thus be able to accommodate all alli allthe allthe
i the applicants s for the normal course courseThis courseThis courseThis
This enlargement was shown to be nec necessary necessary neceasary ¬
essary last fall when a large 1ar e number of ofstudents ofstudent ofstudents
students were turned away because use of ofa ofa ofa
a lack of accommodations al modatioDS Again A in the thedemand thedemand thedemand
demand this year as usual for teachers teachersI teaeherfar
I far exceeds the supply and already alreadynearly alreadynearly alreadyneariy
nearly every student u4ont who will be grad graduated gradlIat gradsated ¬
sated lIat this year has been engaged ed for fornext forDext forzext
next year yearAnother yearAnother yearAnother
Another proposed propo ed move mn e is to extend extendthe extfndtbe extcnd4the
the normal course one year The four fouryear fouryear fouryear
year course rou is declared to be hardly harofyadequate hrdiyadequate hardlyi
i adequate for the preparation of ofteaebenL good goodteachers gopdteachers
teachers At prevent 8Wnt the students are aregiven lireiven aregiven
given iven only a limited amount of actual actualclass actualcJau actualclass
class room experience while under the thebe tbeftyeNr theliveyear
ftyeNr COU course O one 4 > whole hole year would wouldbe wouldbe
be spent as a teacher in the the training trainingschool tndnh trainIngschool
school schoolBENEFIT 5 schoolBENEFIT < ChoolBENEFIT
BENEFIT CONCERT PLEASES PLEASESSmall PLEASESSmaIl PLEASESSmall
Small Crowd Hears High Class Mni Mnisical Mu MusiCflI Musical
sical Entertainment for Tlni Tlniversity University 11thversity
versity Gymnasium GymnasiumThe j
The benent concert for the Univer University University Uiiversity ¬
sity gymnasium was given ten last night nightat
at the Tabernacle The small audi audience audience audionce ¬
ence In attendance expressed gratifica gratification gratl nttillcatiOfI ca catioti ¬
tion for the musical treat Miss MI 18s Gra Gratia Gratia Gratia ¬
tia Flanders and Miss Genevieve Eller Blierbeck Ellerbtk Ellerbeck
beck rendered a piano duet and andI W WJ WJ
J I Flashmdn gave ae a flute solo Solos Soloswere Soloswere SoIozwere
were sung by Hugh W V Dougnii Mrs MrsBessle I IBessie
Bessie Bes Ie Dean Allison and by Mrs NrcCharles Irs IrsCharles I j
Charles G Plummer with a violin ob obligato obligate j
ligato by b Professor pror George E Skelton SkeitonA
A harp solo was wa s given by Mrs Kath Katharine KathorlJte JCathurine ¬
urine Trumbo McGurrin and a violin violins
s to br 1 Ge G ciucge cge 12 J Sketton elton The Utah UtahLd1
Ld1 A i i Al f the Orpheus riub riubbi t1hI
t ise4uus TIt The TalHtr TalHtrIt Talereltdfr
bi It eliifr cl1 r Vs w another an tRer feature
EASTERN FISH FISHARE FISHARE FISHARE
ARE POPULAR POPULARSoft
Soft Shell Grabs and lobsters Find Finda
a Warm Wa Reception ReceptionHOME ReceptionHOME i iHOME
HOME GARDENS ARE RICH RICHUTAH RICHI
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t UTAH UT H STRAWBERRIES STRA WBERRI ES CROWD CROWDOUT CROWDi CROWDOUT
OUT CARPETBAGGERS CARPETBAGGERSThere CARPETBAGGERI
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I There was s much doing yesterday in inthe inthe inthe
the local I produce markets From the theextreme theI
I extreme east there came a consign consignment cOftSlSnI coagnmeat ¬
ment of fresh shell fish including soft softshell softsbell softshell
I
shell crabs and lobsters but they did didnot didnot
not remain long on the stalls for the thereason thereason thereason
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reason that Salt Lakers are partial to tothat toI tothat
that particular line of food and the theofferings theoferings theofferings
I offerings were en quickly removed High Highprices Highpric Highprices
prices pric es naturally prevailed but high as asthey xsthey asthey
they were there was a speedy demand demandfor demandI
I for the th > specimens which New Ne York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Baltimore had to offer offerAnother offerAnother JferI
Another feature of ofthe the local cal market marketwas rnarkEtwag marketwas
I was the plentiful offerings oC 0 early earlyspring earlysprinl earlyspring
spring products from Utah market marketgardens marketgardens
gardens There was everything that thatthe thattbe thatthe
1 the epicurean could wish First off one onecould onecould onecouki
could find plenty of radishes for which whiehl
1 lv cents a bunch could not be ronald considered ronaldered ¬
ered erEd an exorbitant price Then there therewere therewere therewere
were bunches bunch of new onions called in insome insome i isome
some parts of 0 the country countr rare ripes ripesa
a good display of asparagus tender tenderenough tenderenou tenderenough
enough enou h to appeal to the taste of the themost themost themost
most devout adherent to vegetable ve table diet dietNext dietext dietNext
Next ext there were ere strawberries offered o erd at atfrom atfrom atfrom
from 15 1 to 26 i rents per box and it may maybe maybe maybe
be said in passing that these th straw strawberries strawberries strawberries ¬
berries taken as as a whole were far su superior superwr superior ¬
perior to the stock sent in here during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the past three weeks eek8 from the Califor California California California ¬
nia farms The Utah product coming comingthough comingtboush comingthough
though it may be from forced beds is isof isof isof
of superior quality and local buyers buyerswere buyerere buyerswere
were ere quick to realize the fact that the thehome thehome thehome
home horticulturists have been able ableto ableto ableto
to produce something s < Kn hing in the way of an anedible anedible anediblO
edible berry which hich will compare favor favorably favorably favorably ¬
ably with anything that may be raised raisedin rai raiin
in the east or the extreme west westThere westThere est estThere
There was a marked demand yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day for spring lamb quarters shoul shoulders shoulders shoalders ¬
ders and Joins being principal factors factorsPrices fsctorsPrkes factorsPriers
Prices held firm and are likely to con continue continue eontInu ¬
tinue so for several days Packing Packinghouse Packinghous Packinghouse
house products also had a hold on the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local market and all that the dealers dealerscould dealerscould
could offer o er in the way wa of choice steaks steakswere steakswere steakswere
were promptly snapped up by house housewives housewlve8 housewives ¬
wives who wish d to have something nice nicefor nicefor nicefor
for their tables today todayThere tod todThere todayThere
There has been a stead demand dur during duriug durlug ¬
lug the past week for hay and straw strawand strawand strawand
and prices have been kept up to the thetop thetop thetop
top notch As soon as the new crops cropscome cropscome
come in however how er it is expected ex ted that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will 11I be a dropping off in prices pricesscale pricesIt
It is not believed that the present high hisnale highsale
scale ale will be maintained during the theyear theyear theyear
year
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BAND CONCERTS BEGIN BEGINFirst BEGINFirst BEGINFirst
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First of Liberty Park Series at 4 4OCIock 4OTClock 4OClock
OCIock This Afternoon AfternoonThe AfternoonThe AfternoonThe
The first of the th Helds band concerts concertsto
to be given at Liberty park during the thesummer thesummer
summer will ill begin at 4 oclock this thtaafternoon thi thiafternoon thisafternoos I
afternoon The programme pr ramme for today is isas isxs Isas
as follows folio
I
1 Overtwe Overtvrepoet Poet and Peasant u uu
u eo Suppe Supsej I
2 Caprice CaPriceSilver Silver Belte BellsBrooks Brooks
3 The Dance of o the Bayaderes BayaderesDonizetti BayaderMeo BayadereeDonizeUl
eo Donizetti I >
4 Moonlight eo Moxet MoxetR
R Spanish SI > > anish Waltz WaltzWaidteufel aJtz WaMteufel
6 Masharena Caprice CapriceBowman Bowman BowmanGrand
7 Grand overture uOId Old Melodies Melodieseo
MelodiesDalby
eo eo eo Dalby DalbyADDITIONAL Dalb Dalb4iir DalbyADDITIONAL
4iir 4iirADDITIONAL
ADDITIONAL SOCIETY SOCIETYThe I
The engagement of Miss Alice Stim Stimmel Stimmel SUmmel
mel and Frank O Knerr of Fargo N ND XD ND
D has been anounced The wedding
is to take place early m ill June JuneC I I
It ItMiss CO COMien
Miss Nellie Smith entertained the themembers themembers
members of the C H Sewing club at ather ather t tbEr I
her home Thursday evening Those Thosepresent Thosepre Thosepresent
present pre ent were Carrie Vincent Daisy I IVincent
Vincent Jennie SmootBlanche Smot Blanche Young
Josephine Clawson Chloe Young Fan Fannie Fannie Fannie ¬ I
nie Hayden Myrtle Jack Winnie Evans Evansand Evansand Evansand
and Clara Midgley MidgleyMiss MidgleyC
C < < C CMiss
Miss A Burkett was the guest of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor I
honor at a dinner party at the Knuts Knatsford Knutsford Knutsford
ford last night given by Mrs William WilliamBartling WilliamBartling WIlliamBartling
Bartling The occasion was Miss MlseBurketts MissBurketts MissBurketts
Burketts birthday anniversary In the theevening theevening theevening
evening she was surprised at her home homeby homeby homeby
by friends cards and games being beingplayed beingplayed beingplayed
played playedA
C C 4 4A CA
A regular meeting of the Ladies Aid Aidsociety Aidsociety Aidsociety
society of the First Baptist church will willbe willbe willbe
be held Thursday afternoon at 230 230oclock 230oclock 3 3oclock
oclock In the church annex annexMr annexlfr annexC annexMr
C < <
Mr and Mrs Heimick will give giverception a areception areception
reception to the members of Iliff M f B Bchurch Bchurch Bchurch
church and conKregatfcm con re at the th e chutca chutcaNinth chu chutchNInth eh ehNinth
f ft
Ninth East and a ad T Fil Filt I0l tiii
23 t t SciO S o ocleck TB Mrt1 n i fkY
FIGURE IT ITOTHER OTHER WAY WAYSoren WAYSoren WAYSoren
Soren K and Else Jorgensen File FileAnswer FileAnswer FileAnswer
Answer Declaring That Mon Money Money Money ¬
ey Is Due Them ThemThe ThemThe ThemThe
The defendants in the suit of Johan Johanna Jobanna Jol18nna ¬
na Brixen against Soren K Jorgensen Jorgensenand
and Else Jorgensen his wife yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day filed in the district court their an answer XIIswer sitswer ¬
swer together with a counter claim claimMrs claimIrs claimMrs
Mrs Irs Brixen sued the Jorgensens for forthe forthe forthe
the balance alleged to be due on land landsold landsold landsold
sold by her to them In their answer answerthey answerthe answerthey
they the admit the actual purchase price priceof prieeof priceof
of the land was 2156 and assert that thatthey tbatthe thatthey
they the have paid 95 954t 50 For counter claim claimthey claimthe claimthey
they the say sa Mrs Irs Brixen carried off offfences offfenes offfences
fences building material and other otherproperty otherpropert otherproperty
property that should have been left lefton leCton lefton
on the premises and failed to deliver delivera
a promised water right In this way waythey waythey waythej
they figure that she has gotten into intotheir intotheir intotheir
their debt to the amount of 2565 G or
415 in excess of what they agreed to topay topaj topay
pay her for the property propertyCITY propertyCITY propertyCITY
CITY RECORDER SUED SUEDDispute SUEDDispute SUEDDispute
Dispute Over Bail Money Causes Ac Action Action Action ¬
tion in Court CourtSuit CourtSuit CourtSuit
Suit was filed in the civil division divisionof divi ion ionof
of the city eit court yesterday by L I G GSkliris GSkliris USkliris
Skliris against City Recorder J T S SCritchlow SCrlthlow 5Critchlow
Critchlow in which It is sought to col collect colect colbet ¬
bet 20 200 deposited in the criminal di division division division ¬
vision as bail for N KaraUias Mr MrCritchlow MrCritchlo MrCritchlow
Critchlow is not only city recorder but buthe buthe buthe
he is also alS exoflicio clerk of the city citycourt citycourt citycourt
court and is supposed suppo ed to handle and andaccount Rndaccount andaccount
account for all moneys received in the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtX courtX courtIc
X Karatzias was arrested on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of burglary and March 16 1L 19K 19Kthe 1185the 16the
the 200 OO was a deposited as bail to se secure socure e ecure ¬
cure his appearance in the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court to which he was as bound over overMay overIay overMay
May Iay 8 the case against him was s dis dismissed dismissed diemissed ¬
missed and the bail was as by Judge JudgeArmstrong JudgeArmstrong JudcArmstrong
Armstrong ordered released releasedSkliris rel8lSedSkliris releasedSkllrls
Skliris alleges in his complaint that thathe thathe thathe
he made a demand upon the city re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder and exofficfo clerk of the city citycourt citycourt citycourt
court for the 200 OO but that it was w < u not notturned sotturned tot totturned
turned over to him He therefore asks asksthat asksthat asksthat
that judgment be rendered against Mr MrCritchlow MrCritchlow
Critchlow and his bondsmen bondsmenMr
Mr Critchlow claims that when whenKaratzias whenKardtzias whenKaratzias
Karatzias was wa arrested he was repre represented represented reprenested ¬
sented by b McGurrin Gustin who whosubsequently who5um whosubsequently
subsequently 5um Quently withdrew from the case easeand caseand caseand
and were succeeded by Walter W V Lit Little Little Littie ¬
tle When the bail was ordered re released reJeased released ¬
leased he turned the 2W 2S over to Mr MrLittle MrLittle MvLittle
Little Skliris who ho put up the money moneyclaims moneyclaims moneyclaims
claims it should have been turned over oyerto oerto overto
to him hence the suit suitJUSTICE 3ultJUSTICE suitJUSTICE
JUSTICE FILES ANSWER ANSWERMcOmie ANSWERMcOmie ANSWERMcOmie
McOmie Explains Action Involved in inSuit inSuit inSuit
Suit Against Him HimJustice HimJustice HimJustice
Justice of the Peace J T p McOmie of ofMurray ofIUITa ofMurray
Murray IUITa precinct yesterday filed in the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the clerk of the district court
his answer in the suit of Stephen Tyne Tynewho Tnewho Tynewho
who alleged that judgment was un unI ¬
justly I rendered against him by Mc l lOmie < ¬
Omie and who asked the district court courtto courtto courtto
to issue a writ of prohibition against againstthe asainstthE againstthe
the enforcement of the judgment judgmentThe jUdgmentThe judgmentThe
The answer asserts that the proceed proceedings ¬
ings In the case wherein one William YilliaJnBrimh
Brimley Brimh was plaintiff and Stephen Tyne
defendant were regular It is averred averredthat averredthat averredthat
that a summons to Tyne to appear in incourt incourt incourt
court and defend the action was as is issued issued issued ¬
sued and given to one Samuel Haslam Haslamconstable Haslamconstable Haslainconstable
constable of Mill IiU Creek precinct precin t and andthat Rndthat andthat
that he made a return of service on onthe onthe onthe
the same It Is staled < I also that Tyne Tyaefailed Tynefailed Tynefailed
failed to come into court at the ap ¬
pointed time and judgment jU nt was ac accordingly accordingly accordingly ¬
cordingly rendered against him in fa favor favor favor ¬
vor of Brimley As to t whether Tyne Tynewas TyneWa rYnewas
was Wa a resident of Salt Lake City at atthe atthe atthe
the time of the action Justice McOmie McOmiesays McOmie8aYS MeOmissays
says he is unable to state for lack of ofknowledge oCknowledse ofknowledge
knowledge and information informationCourt InformationCourt InformationCourt
Court Notes NotesJudge Not NotesJudge s sJudgt
Judge Morse lorge yesterday esterda rendered renderedjudgment renderedjUdtnel1t rendeindjudgment
judgment in the case ca e of Mary Ann Pri Priday Priday Prlday
day against Samuel M l T Seddon and andSamuel andSamuel
Samuel H Harrow executors eXet utor of the
last will of Samuel Friday Prlda deceased deceasedhusband deceasedtusband deceasedhusband
husband of the petitioner He gave her hera
a deed to a piece of real estate in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the description was defective defectiveand defectiveand defectlvsand
and she be asked an order of court re requiring requirln requlring ¬
quiring the executors to correct the ti title title titIe ¬
tle Judge Morse decreed that her herprayer herprayer herprayer
prayer be granted grantedJames grant grantedJames d dIames
James K Shaw has begun suit In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the district court gainst Mary MarySchmidt lIarySchmidt MarySchmidt
Schmidt Martin Schmidt Alice I Dow DowFlorence DowFlorence DowFlorence
Florence Alice Dow and George H HShetler HSbeller HShetler
Shetler Dow to collect 225 5 alleged to tobe tobe tobe
be due on a promissory note for 400 400dated 400dated 400dated
dated March 31 > 1 1S90 The note was wassecured wassecured wassecured
secured by a mortgage on lots 15 and andI
1 block 1 J I K Shaws East Morn Morningside Morningalde Iorn Iornin
ingside in side subdivision which the court is isasked isasJted isasked
asked to foreclose
DIED DIEDDIED DIEDDIEDIn DIEDDIEDIn
DIED DIEDIn In this city May IS 1386 1 Rev RevFrangHn RevFrangUn RevFranglin
FrangHn Luther Arnold in his eight eightieth eightielh eightieth ¬
ieth year yearFuneral yearFuneral > eer eerFuneral
Funeral services will be held from the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Presbyterian church at 2 oetgek oetgekMonday 0d4ekMondaY oclockMonday
Monday afternoon Interment private la lathe IRthe Isthe
the family plot in Mt It Olivet cemetery cemeteryBOEN cemeteryBORN cemeterya cemeteryBORN
a
BORN BOENLANDENBERGER BORNLANDENBERGEItTo BORNLA
LANDENBERGER LA ENBERGERTo To Dr and Mrs 11 J JC 3C JC
C Lancyjnberger Lan nbcrger a daughter daughterEverybody daughterE daughterEverybody
Everybody E rybody patronize the Mutual MutuRIPrQtf PrQ PrQvldent Pr PrtIdent
vldent uD Delecatessen l catessen No No3 3 3d East
0 0J
J Local oca1Briefs oca1BriefsSOLO Briefs BriefsSOLO
SOLO AT ST MARTS MARYSAt At St Marys Maryscathedral Maryscathedral Marxscathedral
cathedral today Miss Clara Fafek of the theSt theSt theSt
St Cecilia chorus will sing an 0 S Salu Salutaris Salutarts u utaris
taris by b Bordese BordeseNOTIFY BordescNOTIFY BordeseNOTIFY
NOTIFY INDIAN WAR VETERANS VETERANSThe VETERA S
I The Indian War Veterans of Utah are arehereby arehereb arehereby
hereby hereb requested to meet at Main and andFirst andFirst
I First South streets at 9 oclock a m mDecoration mDecoration mDecoration
Decoration Day to take p part rt in the pa parade parade parade ¬
rade
MISSION OK ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONJames ORGANIZATI0SJames ORGANIZATIONJames
James A Baker of Slocan British Colum Columbia ColuMbia Columbig ¬
bia will speak at Federation l < ratlon of Labor Laborhall Laborhall Laborball
hall Sunday evening Ma Man 21 Subject SubjectThe Sub SubjectThe t tThe
The Mission U lon of Organization OrganizationSMOKER OrganizationSMOKER OrganizationSMOKER
SMOKER FOR COMPANY II HCom HCompan 11Cornpany Com Company ¬
pany pan H of the National at onal Guards of Utah Utahwill Utahwill Utahwill
will give a smoker on Tuesday Tu aj May Iay 23rd 23rdjn 3rdIn d dIn
jn In honor of noncorns The entertain entertainingcommittee entertaininS entertainingcommittee ¬
ingcommittee inS committee consists of Walter alter Foland FolaiMlAlfred FolandAlfred FolandAlfred
Alfred Abila and J Crosby CrosbyMEMORIAL CrosbMEMORIAL CrosbyMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL DAY SERMON SERMOSAt At Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple Bnai Israel Isra 1 Friday evening May MayRabbi Mayt
= t Rabbi Charles J Freund will deliver deliveran
an address on Legends Learned from the theNations theNations theNations
Nations Memorial Day Da A general In Invitation InvItation iiivitation ¬
vitation has been extended to all members membersof
of the local orders < of the t Grand Army ArmyoC Arm ArmoC
oC the Republic to be present presentNO presentNO presentNO
NO LIQUOR AT CALDERS CALDERSGranile CALDERSGranileAmusement CALDERSGranteAmusement Granite GraniteAmusement
Amusement association a ociatlon will have con control control control ¬
trol of Calders I park ark rk this year It is isstated j jstated isslated
stated that the resort will be run on onstrictly onstrictly onstrictly
strictly temperance lines The saloons saloonswill NJoonwill saloonswill
will toe Je boarded np p and only onl soft drinks drinkswill drinkswill drinkswill
will be sold Ed McLellami of the Utah UtahLight CtahISht UtahLight
Light Railway company will be the themanager thelIIAnager themanager
manager managerBARRATT managerBARRATT
I BARRATT BAnRA TT HALL LECTURrSAt i ioclock ioclock IW IWoclock
oclock today tooll Dr J E Talmage will de deliver deliver deliver ¬
liver in Barratt hall the t last of his series seriesof seriesof
I of lectures on Jesus the Christ r rol roltowing 01 01lowing ollowing
lowing his add address raws Prof John M Mills Millswill Millswin MillsWill
will conclude the last lecture ture of his series serieson
on The rh Rise and the Fall of f the Nephite NephiteNation NephlteNation NephiteNation
Nation Thisservice This service if itmay be called calledsuch calkIftlch calledsuch < <
such will mark the t termination of 0 the theregular theregular theregular
regular lecture course at the Barratt halt haltfor haJlfor halffor
for this part of the year yearBOOK yearBOOK yearBOOK
BOOK ON NATIONAL GUARD GrARDA GrARDAbooklet GUARDAbooklet A Abooklet
booklet on the organization and muster imisterIng mnster1m musterlag
lag into service rvice of the National Guard of ofUtah ofCtah ofUtah
Utah has ha < just been published lUbl hffi It reviews reviewsthe reievsthe reviewsthe
the work that has been n accomplished by bythe bythe bythe
the National Guard and contains several severalillustrations tfverdliIIustrations severalillustrations
illustrations of camp life IIf The reports of ofthe orthe otthe
the government inspection are also lso con contained contalJMd contahied ¬
tained in the booklet and an account is isgiven isgiven rngiven
given of the work that will be done when whenthe whenI whenthe
the new armory armor is completed completedMORE completedlORE completedMORE
I
MORE CONDUCTORS COMING COILGTwo COILGTwoJ COMLNGTwoparties Two Twoparties
J parties < utieo of conductors wilt arrive this thisJ thismorning
J I morning from the coast one made up ul of offortyone ofI ofI
I fortyone Fort Worth conductors via the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
I Southern Pacific and Rio Grande the theother theother theother
other the Boston party which was here herelast herelast I Ilut
last week over th the Salt Lake route The Thelocal Thelocal Thelocal
local branch of the Order of Railway Con Conductors Conductors Condoctors ¬
ductors will extend the usual courtesies courtesiesto
to the visitors Both parties go out over overtb overthe
the tb Rio Grande Western at SOS S this even evening evenIng evenlog ¬
ing ingWILL
WILL NOT PROSECUTE OLIVER OLIVERAccording OLIVERActording OLIVERAccording
According to a statement tal ment made by Act Acting ActIng Actlog ¬
ing Prosecuting Attorney Attorne in police court courtyepteniay courtt courtyteterday
yepteniay t terday James F o Smith the attorn attorney attorneystabbed > y ystabbed yast
stabbed ast bbed by b William Oliver a miner will willnot willnot m mnot
not pros prosecute cnto Smiths injuries wMch wJtt whtehwere < h hwere
were received during an altercation Fri Friday ri riday
day afternoon are not serious Oliver Oliverwas 01ltrwas Oliverwas
was present in court yesterday but there therewas therewas
was no formal complaint He will be held helda
a day or two pending the outcome of the theattorneys theattorneys theattorneys
attorneys injuries injuriesCITY injuriesCITY injurIesClT
CITY ClT HEALTH REPORT REPORTlhe i he report reportof
of the city health department for the theweek th thweek theweek
week ending May Ia 20 shows 42 births birthsmales 2 2mal
males mal and 39 females The death report reportfor reportfor
for the same period numbered 16 8 male maleand maleAlld maleand
and S female fem le of these the 11 were residents resldtntsmale residentsmale
6 male and 5 female 4 nonresidents 1 1male 1male 1male
male and 3 female 3 bodies were shipped shippedout
out of the city and 1 brought here for in interment interm interment ¬
terment term nl The contagious disease d St > report reportfor reportfor reportfor
for the week numbered 15 as follows followsDiphtheria folloIiDiphtheria followsDiphtheria
Diphtheria 1 case smallpox smaIJ ox 12 l cases casesand c cand casesand
and 2 cases of measles measlesREMEMBER measl measlREMEMBER measlesREMEMBER
REMEMBER HER H I R BIRTHDAY BIRTH I3IRTIJDAYYes I3IRTIJDAYYesterday DA Y Yes Yesterday YC8ttnlay ¬
terday was a proud day in the life of Mrs MrsLucy MrsLucy hH hHLuCl
Lucy Harrington It was her ht > r eiRiityser eiRiityserowl
owl birthday and to celebrate tile event eventsome eventseine ventsome
some twentyfive of the members of the theEastern theEastern theEastern
Eastern Star assembled at the Harring Harrington ¬
ton to home ISS I3 South Tenth East in the theafternoon theafternooti theafternooft
afternoon Mrs lrs Harrington is the oldest oldestmember oldestmember oldestmember
member of the Eastern Star and this an annual anneat ¬ I Il1ual
neat gathering at her r home on her Wr birday blrday i iday
day has come to be a fixed festival in te tecalendar e ecalendar ecalendar
calendar of the order Yesterday Y esterla a lunch lunchand lunchand lunchand
and a nice programme of songs songs music musicand musicand musicand
and speaking played their appropriate appropriateparts appropriateparts appropriateparts
parts in the celebration celebrationNEWHOUSE celebrationCSI
euz < CSI eNEWHO1JSE e eNEJHOiJSE
NEWHOUSE BUYS RESORT RESORTSaratoga RESORTSaratoga i
I iI
Saratoga Farm at Utah Lake Be Becomes Becomes Becomes ¬
comes the Property of the theMillionaire theMillionaire theMillionaire
Millionaire Promoter PromoterLehi
Lehi May 20 20On On top of the projec projection projection projecthin ¬
tion of the big reduction works and the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building of the city of Bostonla at atPelican atPelican atPelican
Pelican Point by b Samuel Newhouse Newhousenow Newhousenow Newhouecnow
now comes the apparently authentic authenticreport authenticreport authenticreport
report that he has taken an option on onthe onthe onthe
the famous Saratoga farm just west westof westof westof
of Lehi LehiThis LehiThis LehIThis
This farm ann is owned by b the Utah UtahSugar UtahSugar UtahSugar
Sugar company and besides containing containingseveral contliningseveral containingseveral
several hundred acres of beets hay haygrain haygrAin haygrain
grain etc it also has a dozen hot hotsulpher hotsulpher hotsuipher
sulpher springs a fine big bl cement bath bathIng bathIn bathlog
log In pool dance hall spacious well kept keptlawns keptJawns keptlawns
lawns graveled walks and numerous numerousevergreens numerouevergreens numerousevergreens
evergreens and shade trees all located locatedon lo6itedon
on the shores of Utah lake In fact it itis itIs itIs
is believed that Saratoga lacks only onlyadequate onlyadequate onlyadequate
adequate railroad facilities to make of ofit ofit ofit
it the finest pleasure resort in the state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Newhouse ewhou e never neverdoes does anything by byhalves b bhalves byhalves
halves which fact justifies the state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment that with Saratoga in the posses possessien possesslen possesslon
sien of Mr Ir Newhouse and adequate adequaterailroad adequaterailroad adequaterailroad
railroad facilities this resort formerly formerlyowned formerlyowned formerlyowned
owned by John Beck will become as asfamous asfmous asfamous
famous as Its New York namesake namesakeI namesakeGustave namesakeGustave
I Gustave Dinklage DinklageItxpert Dinklage1Jxpert Dinklagexpert
Itxpert xpert piano tuner Must leave for fory forG forJune15
G nnOlf < y June Juneli 15 Laave orders early earlydraes oarlyt aarl aarlBhsteneeniSlnson
t BhsteneeniSlnson hqtI arstensen mon 00 6ad 6address ad adJ
dress J S b box < Jx 905 city
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TO BE MADE CHIEF CHIEFOF C HIEF HIEFOF I IOF
OF CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIONA i ij iA j
A C Bidgway Said to Have Been BeenNamed BeenNamedby BeenNamedby
Named Namedby by Western Pacific PacificWILL Pac PacificWILL ic icWILL
I
WILL RESIGN FROM R RGWi RGWiNOTED G W WNOTED
i iNOTED
NOTED FOR MOUNTAIN ENGI ENGINEERING ENGIN ¬
NEERING N WORK WORKDenver WORKDenver
I Ir IDenver
II r I
Denver May 20 20Thc The Times today toda todaysays i isays isays
says saysA j jA iA
A C Rldgway general manager of ofthe j
the Denver Rio Grande is to be bechief btchief bechief >
chief of construction of the Western WesternPacific WesternPaiftc WesternPacific
Pacific PacificThis PaiftcThis PacificThis
This announcement is semioflicially semiofliciallymade
made and it is added that in all prob probability probability ¬ I
ability Mr Ir Ridgway will resign as asgeneral i igeneral 0 0general
general manager of the Rio Grande Grandebut Grandebut Grandebut
but there is another report that he will willretain willretain
retain this place placeMr placeMr placeMr I
Mr Ridgway built the Florence FlorenceCripple FlorenceCrIpple FlorenceCripple
Cripple Creek the Canon City Crip tripple Cripple Crippie
ple Creek the Colorado Springs Crip Cripple Cripple Crippie ¬
ple Creek and the Moffat road to toArrowhead toArrowhead toArrowhead
Arrowhead and he has built parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rio Grande Southern These have havebeen havebEen havebeen
been the hardest roads to construct in inthe inthe inthe
the mountains and his success < s has hasearned hasearned hasearned
earned compliments from scores of ofrailroad ofrailroad ofrailroad
railroad officials ofiic l s and builders buildersNEW buildersNEW buildersNEW
NEW BLANKET MORTGAGE MORTGAGEOne
One for 50000000 to Be Issued Issuedby Issuedby Issuedby
by Western Pacific PacificThe PacificThe PacificTbe
The Western W ern Pacific is shortly to is iss issue issue
s sue e a new blanket mortgage mortSR e for 5 9t 9tHO j
WOWO HO the object of which is to include includein in lude ludein
in ill it as an additional security the traf trafflc traffie traflie
fie contracts recently entered into by
the Western West rn Pacific with Goulds Mis Missouri Missour lis lisMUrt ¬
souri sour Pacific Denver Rio Grande a 5351 5351Rio > > dRio d dRio
Rio Grande Western roads The old oldnote oldnote oldhole
note for 150000000 aO 4IOI OtOM has been cancelled cancelledon
on advice of the Western Pacifics legal legaldepartment legaldepartment legaldepartment
department according to eastern ad advires adi advices
vices i < es The mortgage will specify sll ify it is issaid issaid issaid
said that 51 per cent of the stock st k of the theWestern theestern theWestern
Western estern Pacific is is < < to be owned by byGoulds byGoulds byGoulds
Goulds Rio > Grande Western and Den Denver Dellyet Denver ¬
ver ft A Rio Grande roads roadsMAIL roadsMAIL roadsMAIL
MAIL SERVICE BEGINS BEGINSWill BEGINSWill BEGINSWill
Will Be Inaugurated on San Pedro PedroTomorrow PedroTomorrow PedroTomorrow
Tomorrow Morning MorningF
F 1 I R Moore chief clerk of the rail railway ntilay railway ¬
way ay mail service in Los Angeles has hasbeen hasn hasbeen
been n authorized by b Washington post postoffice postoffice poetoffice
office department officials o kialg to begin mail mailservice mailtervice mailservice
service over the Salt Lake Route RouteMon RouteMonda Mon Monday Mooday ¬
day da Four clerks will ill be appointed in inLos inLos
Los Angeles and probably the same samenumber samenumber samenumber
number from Suit Lake They will run runbetween runbetween runbetween
between the terminals and Las Vegas VegasH
H V Platts Promotion PromotionThe
The announcement already made soy several s st soycml ¬
eral t > ral times without official confirma confirmation continnaHon confirmation ¬
tion will it is expected be formally formallymade fonnallymade formallymade
made next week regarding the promo promotion promotion promotion ¬
tion of Howard V Platt superintendent superintendentof
of the Utah division of the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line to the position of superin superintendent superintendent superbitendent ¬ I
tendent of the coast line division of the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific His successor has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been decided d ided on but may be H B BHiliiker BHilliktr BHilliker
Hiliiker assistant superintendent of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah division divisionMay dhisionMay divieionMay
May Go to Detroit DetroitNew DetroitNew DetroitNew
New York May 2 20The The Globe today todaysays todaysays I
says that it is probable that Joseph JosephRamsay JosephRamsay
Ramsay jr the retiring president of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the Wabash Railroad company will willtake willtake willtake
take the presidency of the Detroit DetroitSouthern DetroitSout DetroitSouthern
Southern Sout rn Railway Railwa company com pan if he can cando cando cando
do so without offending the Gould in interests intere interests ¬
terests tere ts
ID IDPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALMr
Mr and nd Mrs H Jules JIaiHonx and andare andare
are visting yi5tjn Mrs Mailouxs mother Mrs MrsJulia MrsJulia lrs lrsJulin I
Julia Alexander AlexanderMrs AJexanderMns AlexanderMrs
Mrs D B Richards Is now recovering recoveringfrom recoveringfrom recoveringfrom
from a series of operations whi which < h she has hasundergone hasundergone
undergone IInde one at the L D S hospital hOlp tal Mrs MrsRichards MrsRichards MrsRicbards 1
Richards will leave the hospital In a few fewda fewdan fewdare
da dan dareMrs vs vsMrs I IXrs
Mrs O C Hatch was operated on at atthe atthe t
the Holy Cross hospital for appendicitis appendicitisyesterday appendicitisyesterday i iesttrda I
yesterday esttrda morning The operation was wasentirely wasentirely
entirely successful successfulDelecatessen
j
0 Gro GroDelecatcssen 4 4Delecatessen
Delecatessen now open 3 3d East
= =
I WELL ARMED ARMEDWe
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We certa certainly nIy are well armed when whenit wheni
i it comes to Xens Spring and Sum Summer Suinmer
mer Suits SuitsThey SuitsThey
They are Absolutely the best that thatexpert thatexpert
expert attention can produce produceIn
I 9j 4 In pttern Xttern the latest in style the themost themost
most 11 p to date dateIn
Wii j4f In qllslity the finest in price the thelowest theV1ti
V1ti lowest f r rIn
In brief they are such as make makethe makei
i the ptUChaser well armed to meet the themost theI
I most critical requirements recuirements119M
119M 119Mf 1
f PRICES
10 15 20 25 30 30Atterbury 30de
Atterbury ec Hew HewHandmade
Handmade de Spring ngStar ngStarClothing Star StarClothing
Shirts ShirtsTIlE ShirtsTIlE
Clothing
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b = i = 1OMOLoOoInr P YIiGa
I ION
YELLOW FEVER FEVERON FEVERON
ON THE ISTHMUS ISTHMUSFive
Five Cases of the Scourge Reported Reportedat I
at Colon ColonSITUATION ColonSITUATION
I ISITUATION
SITUATION IS ALARMING ALARMINGARRIVAL ALARMINGARRIVAL ALARMINGARRIVAL
ARRIVAL OF OFMINISTER MINISTER BARRETT BARRETTIN
IN NEW YORK YORKNew YORKNeW YORKNear
New York May 2 tSanitation Sanitation and amipreservation aRtIpreseryation andpreservation
preservation of health is the one great greatproblem gre greatproblem t I
problem which confronts the American Americanauthorities Americanauthorities
I Iauthorities
authorities in the Panama canal zone zoneaccording noneaccording i iaccording
according to a statement given out by byJohn byJohn I IJohn
John Barrett the American minister ministerto
to Panama who bo arrived here today on onthe onthe onthe
the steamer Advance from Colon He Heconsiders Heconsiders Heconsiders
considers as alarming the report of offive offive offive
five cases of yellow fever at Colon Colonexisting ColonuExlsting ColonExisting
existing conditions on the isthmus isthmuspresent isthmuspresent isthmuspresent
present many man difficulties s said Mr MrBarrett MrBarrett MrBarrett
Barrett The sanitation problem is isnew isnew isnew
new and presents many difficulties The Theclimate Theclimate Theclimate
climate is against us and is ever preP present prePent prosent ¬
ent Under the efficient care of Dr DrGeorgas DrGeorgas DrGeorgas
Georgas the eminent yellow fever ex expert expert aspert ¬
pert everything possible is being doneto doneto done doneto
to offset the increase of mortality An Analarming AnalarminJ Analarming
alarming condition is if the report of five fivecases ftvecases fivecases
cases of yellow fever fev in Colon It is isalarming isiilamJing isalarming
alarming because up to the time these thesewere thesewere thesewere
were reported J no yellow eUoy fever had ap appeared appeared ¬
peared and it was wa booed that the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation was as in hand Considering Considerin the theenormous theenormous theenormous
enormous number of canal employes on onillness onthe
the isthmus a Very small percentage of ofillness ofillness
illness prevails but you know how howthese howthese howthese
these things are If one 011 > half were sick sickwith sickwith sickwith
with malaria nothing would ould be thought thoughtof
of it but a case or two of yellow fever feverappears fev feverappears r rappears
appears and all the employes want to toquit toquit toquit
quit and get away a ay I believe these thesesanitary thesesanitary
sanitary and health problems will iII be bemet bemet bemet
met successfully but they far over overshadow overshadow ¬
shadow all others othersI
I am going to Bogota and hope to toaccomplish toaccomplish
accomplish something to establish most mostcordial mostcordial
cordial relations between Colombia and andour andour i icountry
our country Panama is If now ripe for fora
a full reestablishment of cordial rela relations relations relations =
tions with Colombia and all feeling of ofenmity
enmity enmit caused by the revolution has hasdisappeared hasdisappeared hasdisappeared
disappeared My M personal relations relationshave relationshave
have been most cordial at Panama and andthere andthere
there is no truth in the report of fric friction friction friction ¬
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