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THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1905 i9Q 5
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v WEALTftIHONQR HONOR HONORAND
AND LIFE LOST LOSTI
I W Thomas Suicide Once Pros Prosperous Prosperous Prosperous ¬
perous Colorado Business BusinessMan BusinessMani Man ManATTEMPTED MhnT
i T ATTEMPTED DEATH TWICE TWICENEVER TWICEf
f 1 1NEVER
NEVER FLINCHED AS REVOLVER REVOLVERWAS REVOLVERWAS
WAS AIMED AT HEART HEARTA HEffARTlife
A life which contained a prosperous prosperousibusmeas 1ro irosperoueIbushsee perousibismee
ibusmeas career car cxier er followed by illstfent lUspentFOOlS flls ent
years WAS w ended t by > y the suicide of J JW
W Thomas Tuesday Tue ay night according accordingto
to men who knew him Thomas T omas B HBurton i
Burton a local ocaIminIng mining man who livee IIvQat
at 381 South Tenth East street and andwho an
who was wa acquainted with rhoma for foryears forYears
years told how the themAIi man deserted his hiswife hI8VUe
wife and daughters in Colorado Colora io < Spring Sprlf SprlfaDd
and came to Utah with another wO
man manBortha nanurtha I
fiurtha urtha LtLWHon was wa as the U name of f this thiswoman I
woman She first appeared aJ > poared in Vernal Vernallast
l last ast st fall with Thorn Thomas In that city
the man tried to kill himself with mor morpktne
phtne during durl durIn S the winter The Law Lawson Lawson
son woman is supposed to be in Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake now Mrs Thomas and her two twodaughters
daughters one 16 and the other layears la
years of age are in Colorado Springs Springswhere
where up to lila departure de rtule Thomas Thomashad I
had been a real r al estate man well r Id IdIIpeeted rd
IIpeeted spec ted and possessed po se of some means meansWife meansWife
Wife Pleaded With Him HimBurton HimBurton
Burton was in business in Vernal Vern l lWhn
when ThomAs came in on the stage sta
last November A few days later the theLwson theLawson
Lawson Woman followed The pair > alr alrlived
lived together and to Burton the wo woman wolnan wofl
man fl confessed confe sed ed that she had read letters lettersfrom
from Aim Ir Thomas begging her husband hu husbanato bana banatu
to come back home homeIn homeIn
In Vernal Thomas advertised as a arwii nl a
rwii l estate e eett tat man and opened an office omcCHe
He was w ws behaving himself elftalrly fairly well welluntil weIluntJ
until the latter part art of the winter winterrhen
Than he began to gamble At one sit slttln sitting
ting tln he lost 5100 1OO He went into a sa saloon u uloon ¬
loon oon and announced that he would give giveaU
L all he had had4to 4 to anyone who would wouldshoot would8hoot
shoot him A young man took the theoffer theoffer
offer In a back room a big calibre calibrerevolver
revolver WHS unloaded and then thenbrought
brought forth A paper was wd pinned pinnedover
over Thoma heart He stood with withfolded
f folded arms awaiting the shot A dull dullcliCk
click was wa all that camo all those who whOhad wholied
had expected to see Thomas flinch were weredisappointed weredisappointed
disappointed He walked w8ll ea away a a to todrug 9 adrug
drug store and bought morphine tab tAbl
lets l tg He reappeared In the saloon saloonJo
lowed Jo o44sed ed his pocket book across the theom
rymi rom om yelled Im going home now nowa4d
a a4d ad d swallowed the poison He started startedOh
on a run for his house with several severalm
m inei n following They overtook him In Inf
f 4 the dooryard loor ard and followed f llowed him Into IntoI
I 1 the house They got a doctor and a astomach
stomach pimp and Thomas came back backto backto backto
to this life and Its troubles troublesSecond troublSSecond
Second Attempt Successful SuccessfulLs
Last Ls June Burton met Thomas in inSalt Inl
l Salt Lake The woman had come with withhim withIthn withIsbn
him Thomas said he had a position positionwith posltiollwith positionnrlth
with the Union Savings Investment Investmentcompany Inve tment tmentcom
company com pan and that he had stopped stoppedr1nkln L
drinking r1nkln He met Burton a number numberof
of 0 time and reported that he was do doing doin
ing in well w ll Then camo his suicide suicideThomas sulcl sulclThomas
Thomas is said by Burton to haveV have haveIl V
been Il an Elk and a Mason He had hadb hadbeen
b been en in the real estate business hadL in inBoulder inBoulaer L
iiiI
Boulder and Colorado Springs He had hadrnme hadPntn hadrome I
rome Pntn means and his wife and daugh daughters dauhten ¬
ten are highly respected in Coloradb ColoradbSprings ColoradbSprings
Springs
Dine at Alta Club ClubTha ClubTbe
The visiting engineers were the guests guestsof guestof 3
of Governor Cutler at luncheon at the theAlta theAlta th
Alta club yesterday osterd y noon there being beingproent beingprueent
proent besides be ldes the guests of honor and andtheir andtbeir am I Itheir
their host the following Senator Heed HeedSbioot ReedStnoot I ISbioot i
Sbioot Senator George Sutherland W WW V Vr
W v r Riter George L Sxvendson T R RCutler
Cutler and N P Nelson elson secretary to tothe tothe U Uthe I
the governor governorVocal governorV0081 governorVocal
Vocal and 8 d Inst concert Saltair Friday FridaySCHOOL Frida FridalID
lID lIDSCHOOL
SCHOOL OF ARTS ANDSCIENCES ANDSCIENCESThe AND SCIENCES SCIENCESTho SCIENCESThe I
The State School of Arts and Sciences Sciencesoffers Sciencesolters S
offers full collegiate courses in arts artsand artsand art artand S SS
and sciences embracing the following followingsubjects followingsubJocts fol1owin fol1owinsubjects
subjects which are largely elective electiveEnglish elootlveEnglish eleotivEnglish
English and American literature art artelocution artplocutlon an anelocution
elocution physical education ancient ancientand ancientnd anclenand
and modern languages Jan uagea history eco economies eoonomles eecnomics ¬
nomies and nd sociology oclolo law ethics and andphilosophy nndphll08ophr an ci ciphilosophy
philosophy mathematics and astron astronomy astronomy ¬
b omy phyaies and chemistry biology biologygeology biologygeology r
geology and mineralogy etc The Thennrt Tbefirllt Th Thfirst e
first two years of a medical course are areottered areoffered an C Coftered
offered otteredGraduates offeredGrAduatu
Graduates from accredited high highschools highcbools hIg hIgschools Ii L
schools sre ra admitted without examina examination examination examinatUrn ¬
tion tionThe
The School of Arts and Sciences is isthe Isthe I Ithe 8 i
the chief or the three state schools schoolsthat schoolsthat 5 i
that comprise the University of Utah UtahFor UtahFor I 5I
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address addressf
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h p m Returning leaves Spanish Fork For k
130 am Grand ball in the Ut new pavilion pavilionLargeet pavilionLa pavllloiLareet i ki
Largeet La maple spring floor in the state stateEverybody stateEverybody statIThverybody
Everybody invited invitedTho imitedcc
cc 1 The Morning After AfterThe AfterTi AfterThe
The Ti e depressing effect following a anight anight anight
night at conviviality conTiviaUt is quickly dis dispelled digpaUed dispelled ¬
pelled by the use of Palmo Tablets TabletsThey TabletsThey TabletsThey
They restore ro tore ton tons to to the stomach stomacheoothc stomachOothc stomachsoothe
soothe Ute nerves r regulate atc the kidne kidneyp kid kSdnejj
nejj ne induce natural refreshing sleep sleepand sleepand sleepand
and make you you look and feel years yearsyounger yoars10ungcr yearsyounger
younger 50 cents Book Free Ad Addrote Adc1ratku Adlro
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Double Track TrackThe TrackThe TrackThe
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only line double tracked Missouri river riverto riverto nlv r rto
to Chicago and maintains maln n8 the fastest fastestuervlce tastestenlcc fastei St Stservice
service between Omaha and ths tb city at atthe atthe Lt Ltthe 1
the head of the lakes lakesIn lakesIn lakesIn
In connection conne tJon with the Union Pacific Pacificthree e ethree
three A IH Mi tty trains run through solid to toChicago toChicago I InChicago D
Chicago For information consult C A AWalker A AWalker 1 1Walker
Walker general agent SS 8 West 2d So Sostreet Solitreet S 0 0street
street Salt Lake City CitySaltair CityLadS
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l t SpanlHH Fork 130 B m Large new newpavilion newpavUIon zie ziepavilion
pavilion Everybody Invited InvitedLadios JnTitedLadias
Ladles free Saltair today todayBIG todayI todayBiG
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to toFrann1e Franaie Cody and an Garland Woonly Wyiofl1y Wye Wyeonly
only SO 000 Ot Tickets good for return un until until ui a atil ¬
til October 5th Eleven hours quicker quickerth QuitkerthanNU quick er erthan
th thanNU than n any 2U other line See S e agents for forfurther rorturthor f or orftirtlior
further particulars p rtlculars City efty Ticket Ofllco omc O
Ml Main street streetDr streetDr streetDr
Dr E M Keysors Method of Filling Fillingteeth FUllngttcth FUll ig igteeth 3
teeth te painless 162 Main street Auor iu u r
bath 1tH h Bids tJld Thunws B IIIOIC Iud 117 1 IT r
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I HAVE HAVEDA
DAY DA AT CALDERS CALDERSMaoris
Maoris ais and Samoans Join oin in Native NativeSports NativeSports
Sports and an Feasts FeastsWEDDING FeastsWEDDING
WEDDING W IS A FEATURE FEATURETONGUE
TONGUE T AND DRESS OF ZEALAND ZEALANDLEND ZEALANDLENCJ3EAL
LEND LENCJ3EAL REALITY REALITYFew TY TYF
Few F W more picturesque outings have havebeen havebam
I been een given in Salt Lake than that held heldyesterday h ld ldosterday
j yesterday by kv the Pacific Islanders at atCalders atCalders
C Calders C parK the iaature l ature of which was wasa
a a native marriage ceremony in which whichthe whichthe
t the th e native customs and languages of oftwo oftwo
t two wo trlb tribes a of the New Zealand group groupwore groupwore
wore w ore strictly adhered to Polynesian Polynesianday Polynesianday
day d ay drew hundreds to the park and andtheir andtheir andheir
l their reward was no small one The Thetwo Thetwo Thewo
t two wo featuresfor features for which the crowd Was Wasespecially M Meffpeclally a8 a8Specially
especially e eager were the marriage and andthe andthe
t the he marriage feast feastThose feastThose feastThose
Those taking port in the marriage marriageceremony marriageceremony marriageeremony
c ceremony c are all returned Mormon el elders elaers elers ¬
ders d ers thoroughly famillur with thcwari thcwarious
ous o us roles they essayed In addition to tothese tothesc
these t hesef who to took ok the principal parts partsthere partshere
J there t were several se eral native Maori aor aon1 wo women wolnen
J men m en one of whom Mrs Mere MereVhaangx MereVhaanb
J W Vhaangx sang a song in her own owntongue
tongue to ngue Inviting the couple and tho au audlenee audience anience
dlenee d to partake In the wedding feast feastJames t feastJames ast astJames
James N Lambert was the Nagtlr Nagtlrangl Nagtlrangl
fj angl a ngi maid for whose hand the bold boldwarrior boldwarrior
warrior w E IP Brown sued through throu h his hisleader hisloader
leader l chief of the NgatikahUga The Thepart Thepart
part p art of the latter was taken by George GeorgeBowles GeorgeBowles
Bowles B
Ceremony on Race Track TrackThe
The ceremony ceremon began about 4 p m mon mon
on o n tho race track and Just in front of f fthe
c the he grand stand Elder Goddard ex explained exlained
plained p lained that it was as to be b merely a rep representation repre repesentation ¬
r resentation re entntion of the native nuptials and andthat andthat I Ihat
l that no real knot would be tied tiedHe tiedHe
He explained that one of the warriors warriorsof I
c of o f the Ngatlkahga tribe desired to wed wedNagtirangi wcda wedNagtirangi I
a Nagtirangi girl As 8 the for former forlner ¬
mer i tribe has Its habitat in the east eastera eastern
c era m part of New Zealand and the latter lattertribe lattertribe
t tribe in the socnlled King country the theprospective c
i prospective p groom must overcome nat natural natuml natral
i ural u ral hostility with diplomacy The Thechiefs Thechiefs Tin Tinhiefs
c chiefs c of the respective sides actedas actedasrepresentatives actedasreprl actedtnepresentatives
r representatives reprl r 8entntiYes > of the bride and groom groomBowles gr groomBowlos X m mBowles
Bowles the groom and another tribes tribesman tribesman tribesan ¬
r man an lined up on one side facing Har Hardy Hard Hary ¬
t dy d y the bride and a klnsnlan klns tnn Bowles Bowlesthan Bowlehan
t than chanted the fame of the wouldbe wouldbegroom wouldbegroom wouldbcroom
tg
j groom g room and called on Hardy to tell of ofthe ofthe 01 01he
t the he qualities of the bride A quarrel quarrelensued quarlolensued quarre
t ensued e over th their ir relatfve merits quarreI and andfor andfor am I
i for f or a time war threatened to succeed succeedwooing succeedwooing succeec amI I
T wooing w ooing However peace > eace was restored restoredand restoredand restoretnd I
j and a nd then came the hongi the native nativegreeting nativegreeting nativcreeting
j greeting g of peace peaceThis peaceThIs
This consists of the contestants and andbside andb and I
ba bside b cide lde and groom touching foreheads foreheadsanfl foreheadsanl1
anfl a na noses their embrace being ac accompanied accompanlea ¬
i companied c at intervals by mournful mournfulwalls mOurnfulwails inournfuails 1
walls w ails
Wedding Feast Held HeldFollowing HeldFollowing
Following hongi and the tying of ofthe ofthe o r
1 the t he flaxen rope rop significant 51 nCAnt of matrlmo matrlmonlal matrlmonl
J nlal nl n ial l bonds the wedding feast was held heldA heldA
A large hole hail been cug some hours hoursprevious hoursprevious hourrevious 3
previous p revious and stones stonheated heated neated on an im immense imnense
i mense r bed of coals On the hot rocks rocksreeds rocksreeds rockseetis
reeds i and greens were placed on top topof topof tO r
rI
of o f these fish then sweet potatoes and andother andoth anc ancthervegetabiqs I
other oth o thervegetabiqs r vegetables and finally finall fat hams hamsThe hamsr
The whole was saturated with water waterand waterand r
and a nd the clouds of steam which cooked cookedthe cookedthe cookeihe 1
the t he dinner were kept in by wet sacks sacksIt sacksIt
It took about one hour to cook as in
inI
vitlng v a pute ppteeQ oj fish vegetables and andmeat nndmoot anc ancmeat I
meat as one could dosire and this was wassupplemented wa waupplemented us ussupplemented
supplemented s by watermelons and ban bananas bknanns bannus ¬
anas a nus The feast was served servedlri in th thS pa pavilion pavilion pavillon ¬
vilion a a la Polynesian barbecue barbecueJroUowlng
Following the dinner diving and andswimming andsWimming an S I
swimming s contests were held those thoseparticipating thosepartIcipating thosarticipating e >
participating p being native Samoans SamoansJl SamoansTHE amoans amoans4THECOURT
Jl 4THECOURT THE COURTS COURTSJacob COURTrncob
Jacob Englund yesterday applied for forletters forletters Ic Ice r
letters l of administration in the estate estateof e tate tateof e
estatd
of L Lee e Johnson of BIngham who died diedApril diedApril die dieApriL d 1
April 8 1905 leaving a small estate estateA estateA estateA
A summons in the case brought by byThomas byThomaCJ b y y
Thomas Homer Ho r a rainst the city and andthe andthe an yU U i
the Utah Light Railway Co was wasserved wasserved Wil Wilserved anLS LS s
served on Mayor R R P Morris yester yesterday yestelday ester esterFred
day dayFred
Fred Ellis accused of petit larceny larcenyfor Inrconyfor larcon y y
for robbing J 3 It Allen of 56 6 on on August Augusti Augu t
i entered a plea of guilty gull and was wassentenced wassentenced we LS B
sentenced to three months in the thecounty thecounty Ui Uicounty e
county jail by Judge Armstrong yes yesterday ye yeterday e9 e9terday ¬
terday terdayWeltha terdayWeltha
Weltha N Ellington asks for a dl dlvorco ivorco d Iie I
vorco from Canute Ellingson on the theground theground Ui Uiground ie
ground of failure to provide She also alsoasks al alasks
asks custody custod of their child und 50 at attorneys al altorneys
torneys fees They were married marI in inSalt inSnlt I ISalt
Salt Lake City CIt December 23 3 1S9S 1S9SR 1893R 1SSSIt
R D Grant yesterday filed a petition petitionasking 1 etftfon etftfonasking n
asking that he be appointed guardian guardianof guardiaof nn n
of his children Everett Dyer D er Grant Grantaged Grantaged Granaged
aged 15 and Grace Edith Grant aged ngc
13 The petition shows that the ohlld ohlldren I Iien
ren own real 1 a1 estate in Salt Lake LnkeClty LnkeCltyvalued City Cit Citvalued
valued at atAlleging J8500 J8500Alleging S8 OO OOAllegIng
Alleging that Robert Me KInnon has hasfor hasfor lit LS LSfor
for more than two years failed to tosup tosupport tosuiport sup support ¬
port her Mrs Cecil McKlnnon McKlnnod yester yesterday yes ter N
day applied for divorce 550 5p attorneys attorneysfees NH H
fees and the restoration of her maiden maidenname maidennume n nname
name Cecil Cowdln They w were re mar marrled r rnod
nod In Leadvllle January 22 1902 1902A i9J2A 1902A
A verdict of not guilty was returned d
by peremptory instruction of Judge JudgeArmstrong Judi JudgeArmstrong e eArmstrong
Armstrong in the case against G H HDorton HDorton I I IDorton
Dorton yesterday Ellen Burgin the thecomplaining tbecon1phUnlng ti te teconlpIining
complaining witness tnes was as recalled leo llell and andexamined andexamlnod at UI UIexamined
examined further and after aft r after the theprosecution theprosecution ti tiprosecution
prosecution rested D S Truman at attorney attornoy a atorny ¬
torney for Dorton moved that the jury jut jutbe
be instructed to acQuit the defendant defendantJudge defendantJudge Lt LtJudge
Judge Armstrong granted the motion motionholding motionholding rnotioholding 1 1sufficient
holding that the evidence did not show showsufficient showsuIDoient slto
sufficient resistance on the part of the thecomplaining thecomplnlnlng ti te
complaining wItness to justify a con conviction conviction cotviction 1 ¬
viction victionM victionMarlow
M Marlow rlow L Cummings and Mrs C D DCummlngs DQumnllngs I D
Cummings yesterday yest rday filed in the dis district dlstrict dl 5 ¬
dlor
trict court a petition for a writ rlt of ofprohibition ofprohibition f
prohibition directed against Judge J SWhitaker J JWhitaker JWhitaker r r
Whitaker of the city court They al allege allege a ¬
lege that James A Luke on July 22 1
1905 filed in Whltakers VhltakerScourt court an affi affidavit fl 1of 1 ¬
davit pretending to be the agent agentlof agentlofCharlQa agentCharles of ofCharloB f
Charles G Walker deceased who had hadtloners hRdsecured h hsecured 1
secured judgment against the peti petitioners pel peltioners
tioners and that Whitaker issued an Ln Lnorder norder n
order commanding the petitioners peUtiori rs to ap appear appoor a 0 0peer i ¬
pear in supplementary proceedings proceedingsThe 5 5The
The petitioners allege that Luke was vnsnot i 55 55not
not a party to the judgment but is a amere amere anone Jf
mere Intermeddler IntermeddlerNORMAL IntermeddlerNORMAL lntermeddlerNORMAL
NORMAL SCHOOL SCHOOLThe SCHOOLThe
The State Normal School one of the thethree thethre ti he hethree ie
three thre stut stnts schools that comprise the ti lie
University of Utah offers otr 1S th the fallowing fallowingcourses tollowlngCOUtsas followli followlicourses
courses Fiveyear normal non ud course ilve ilveyeiir 1veyear 1v 1vyear j
year kindergarten course and college collegenormal coUeeenormal colle go gonormal
normal course The fouryoar normal normalcourse normulCOUlHe norm al alQour3e 1
course will be abandoned In 190S
Graduates from the eighth grades of j
the public scholti ur WC admitted narultt d to the t Lie 9
0 Normal School SchoolPersons SchoolPorsons
Persons having done one on year yearWork CIU of ofwork ofuric > f 4
work uric above the eighth grade are ad admitted a amitted ¬
mitted to the Preparatory Sehool SchoolCatalogue SehoolCatalogue
Catalogue and Illustrated d booklet bookletsent booki Let Letsent it
free On request to the theUNIVERSITY theUNIVERSITYOF theUNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH UTAHSalt UTAHSalt UTAHSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahNine UtnhII UtahNine
II Cif c cNine
Nine popular p pular singers Sattalr Friday FridayONLY FridayII Fnida y
II 5 5ONLY e eONLY
ONLY 1800 1800Denver 1800Denver 1800Denver
Denver and Return ReturnSefltambar ReturnSeIftombor
Sefltambar 1 and 2 via In Oregon Or gon Short ShortLht Shc ShcLine trt rt
Line Lht Tickets good tor1 fOtrturn fdt return until untilSept ul1tHSept on t1t t1tSept U
Sept 30 City Ticket office 201 Main Me tninof in inirett
sf rtet cL
I INCREASES NCREASESJTS ITS STOCK grOCKSalt
Salt S alt Lake L ke and Ogden Railway Takes TakesStep
Step to Supplant SupplantSte Steam m With WithElectricity WithElectricity WithElectricity
Electricity Electricityi
i We e will 111 build a first class double doubletrack doubletrack doubleack
track tr ack interurban line operated by byelectrlcty
electricity el said said Simon Bamberger Bambergerpresident Bambergerpresident Bambergerresident
pr president p of tho Salt alt Lake 8 Ogden Ogdenrailroad Ogd Og1nailroad n nrailroad
railroad r pte in ii answer aftawer to a question yes yesterday y yesrday s stel ¬
terday tel te tec teit day as to the meaning why the thecompany Utecompany theompany
company c had filed an amendment to tos
j Its it s articles of Incorporation increasing
its It s capital stock from 800000 to 1 1fiOOOOO
500000 5 5t The amendment was filed yes yesterday yesterday yeserday ¬
terday t morning with the county clerk clerkThe clerkThe clerkThe
The capital stock of the company
Is to be increased so that the line linethrouuh linethrouuh linehrough
tIs throuuh t to Ogden canyon can be fin finished finished finhed ¬
Isr ished Is hed and steps ste > s taken to bond the theroad theroad theoad
road r Isg continued President Bamber Bamberger Bamberger Bamberer ¬
ger g er Arrangements have been com completed completed ¬
pleted p leted with New York financiers to tofloat to1I0at tooat
float fl oat the bonds and we expect to tostart tostart
start s work in earnest at both ends endsof endsf
of o f the line within a month In addi addition
tlon t ion to Improvements on the roadbed roadbedconsiderable
tc
considerable c money will be spent on onL onLagoon
L Lagoon > agoon and if all goes well the elec electrically electricnll ¬
trically tricnll t operated line will be completed completedIn
in i n time to take care of next years va vacation
cation c < crowds crowdsNOT crowdsNOT
4
NOT INRED IN RED REDLETTERS LETTERS LETTERSLabor
Labor L Day Undistinguishedon on Cal Calendar Calendar ¬
endar Hence Confusion ConfusionLarge Confusl ConfuslLarge
Large plain black figures make the thecalendar thecalendar
calendar c < in the office of the board of ofpublic ofpUblio
i public p ublic works of great convenience be beoause beoause
oause oause c < the figures may easily be seen
from f rom any part of the room But the themakers themal
i makers mal akers ers of the calendar did not follow followthe followthe
the custom of indicating by b red ink inkthe inkthe
the holidays of each month This Thisomission ThisOI
omission OI o < isslon is responsible for a condi conditlon conditIon
ion t that has caused the members of oftho oftho
tho t he board and W H Wilkins clerk clerkconsiderable clerkconsiderable clerkonsiderable
considerable c < annoyance Sopt 4 ap appeared appeared apeared ¬
peared p pi eared to be a suitable date for open openng ¬
openI
j ing i ng the bids on the Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodconduit Cottonwoodcondult Cottonwoodondult
x conduit e A glance at the calendar did didnot didnot didot
not ri ot indicate that Sept 4 was a boll holiday hollda bollay ¬
day da d < ay and accordingly the board ordered orderedthat orderedthat
1 that t tt bids be received and opened on onthat onthat
1 that t day dayLater dnyLater dft dftLater
Later it was recalled that Sept 4 Is IsLabor IsLabor IsLabor
Labor day and a holiday In Utah It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was too late to change the day but butt
J it I t is probable the bids will not be beopenod beopenod bepened
openod o < until the following day Mr
Wilkins will be In the office until 3 3oclock 3oclock 3clock
oclock o on Labor Day to receive the theids
bids b ids however how ver and the bidders will willfind wiUfind ivillnd
i find fi nd the west door of the building buildingooon buildIngo
ooon ooonCUTLER o non nonCUTLER on onCUTLER
CUTLER BACK FROM FAIR FAIRSays FAIRSays FAIRSays
Says Utah Day Was Declared Most MostEnthusiastic MostEnthusiastic MostEnthusiastic
Enthusiastic of All AllPresident AllPresident AllPresident
President Goode declared dec1nrqd that Utah UtahDay VtahDa UtahDay
Day Da at Portland was the th most en enthusiastic enthuslastlc enhusiastic ¬
thusiastic t state day dn celebration that thathad thathad thathad
had yet been held at tho fair said
Governor John C Cutler yesterday
Our trip was wa a delightful dellghtfulone one through throughout throughout
out and we received only onl > the best of oftreatment oftreatment
treatment t all the time we were in Port
land l We greatly enjoyed enjo ed the visit to tothe tothe
the t he fair and were especially Impressed Impressedby
by b the forestry rore tr building and the gov government government
ernment buildins buildinsGovernor bulld buI1dnsGovbrnor ni niGovernor
Governor Cutler accompanied by
Mrs Cutler Cutl r and their son arrived home homeyesterday ltomeyesterday homeesterday
yesterday y morning Other members of ofthe ofthe
the t he ollicial party pllrt including Colonel ColonelGeorge ColonelGeorge
George Ml l Hanson Colonel A B Ir Irvine IrIne ¬
vine Ine E H Calllstor and H E Booth
decided to visit San Francisco and Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles before their return
Governor Gov rnor Cutler says sa the wather weatherwas watherw
was w s almost Ideal during their stay In
Portland and he hebelevos believes that from fromrthis
rthis this time onward visitors to the fair fairwill fallwill
will have no reason to complain of the theweather thewcathar theweather
weather
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSI
The success of the extravaganza extravaganzapresented extravaganzapre extravaganzapresented
presented pre ented at the Lyric L rlc theatre this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week has been a revelation In spite spiteof spiteor
of the excessively warm tnn weather the theattendance theattendance
I attendance through the week has been beena
a most gratifying surprise to the themanagements themanagemenb
managements The engagement of
The Colonial Belles will close with
the performance Friday night and on
Saturday The Th California Girls Extrav Extraagnnza Extravaganza
aganza company will begin an en engagement eng engqgement ¬
gagement g gement of on one week With the usual usualmhtinees usualmktinees
matinees Sunday Sundu Tuesday and
Thursday In the musical comedy
The Great White hlte Way WayThe Wn WnThe V VI
I The Xv N York Girl onens O > ens the sea senson season
son at the New Grand theatre Mon
day da evening Two matinees each week weekarc weekare
arc announced by the management of
the Grand Wednesday and Saturday
The advance sale begins this morning morningFree morningFree
i iFree
Free two quartettes Saltalr Friday FridayRUSSELL Fridayc FridayRUSSELL FridayRUSSELL
c
RUSSELL TO TALK TALKLecturer TALKLecturer TALKLecturer
Lecturer on Religious Topics May MayAppear MayAppear MayAppear
Appear In Salt Lake LakeCharles LakeCharles LakeCharles
Charles T Russell of Allegheny
Pa will lecture Tuesday Tuesda September
5 In the O Ogden den tabernacle and many manyof manyor manyof
of his followers are hoping that an aneffort ano aneffurt
effort o ott now on to g bet t him tospeak to s speak > k In
Salt Lake after his return from Port ¬
land will be successful Mr Russell
Is the author of a number of well wellI
I known biblical and religious works
Pastor Russell Is undenominational
He is on his way back from Portland
Ore His lecture To Hall and Back
has attracted great attention Of his
books the Millenial 11 lIlen l Dawn series are are111e
the most widely wldelykhown wldelykhownI known knownMETEOROLOGICAL lthowhMETEOROLOGICAL
I
METEOROLOGICAL M ET ROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays ffEPORT ffEPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record Rec rd at the Local Of Office orfice Office
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureaulUaxim BureauMaximum
lUaxim Maximum ri1 temporaturo tetnpe 4turQ 98 dogro dOgro4s s mIn
Imum temperature Cl degrees mean tem ¬
perature erature SO degrees which Is 10 degrees degreesabove degreesabove
above the normal accumulated ac umull1tod excess OXC S of i1 f
temperature since tho 1st of tho mo niolth > Hh
48 48dQlrees degrees aooumulated axoss ot tom
perature since Jan 1 34S degrees deltre s Total I
precipitation from 6 p m to t 6 n m
trace accumulated deficiency dencleno of preolpl
tatlon since the 1st of the month 11 Inch
accumulated a umnnted doncl deficiency ncy of precipitation precipitationsince nreolpltntIonalhte
since Jan J1DI 1 23 inch mhREAL fitChREAL
a
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSJoseph TRANSFERSJoseph
Joseph Raynor R nol to Peter Gillespie let
48 4 block 2 2 Hunters aubdi subdivision vision 00
Emma Whitney Yhltno to William Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards
wards lot 8 block 2 Rlsby Place 3400 34
John Y Smith to the Salt Lake In Investment Investment
vestment company lot 30 block 1 1est
West est Boulevard VT t 100 ill
C J Fisher to Arthur King TIn J lng lots dl u w
71 Inglewood Ip Jeood 250
Prltotx EiIt I1 InvQHtment I1 Httnelt company t6 t wll Sit Sit11am
Item G Roylance lots 2 and 3
block 4 Capitol A AycnUI enus hdditlon Iidditi ddltlon n 2 iiO 50 I
A
It ItLaaIes
Ladies tree Saltair Salt 1It ioday od odty odtyq odtySlzty Y Yt YSixty
t q
Sixty Years txperienca of an Old OldNursc V VNurse
Nurse Nurse3its
j4t 4111 WlnBlow Koothlng Syrup Ja iba ibaprescription tb tbpreGcllption fitpreccilption I
prescription of one of the best female femalephysicians fernalphysicians
physicians and nurses nurS S in th the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unlt I IStates
States and has b s been used for or sixty ycnra ycnrawith yrzUd11th S Swith
with noverfallinst success succ s by millions of ofmother otmoth o t tmothers
mother moth ra for their children Burins tho thoprocess t tprocess
process of teething its value Is incalcula incalculable ¬
ble It relieves tell vcs the child from pain cures cur cure s 4
diarrhoea griping in the bowels and wind windcolic windcolIc win wincolic
colic By giving health to the th child It Itrests Itrests I t ttests
rests the mother Price 75 cents a abottJe abottJea abottJeLAST bottle bottleLAST bottleLAST
a
LAST EXCURSION NORTH NORTHSaturday NORTHSaturday NORTHSaturday I
Saturday Sept 2 2Via 2rift 2Via
Via rift Qreffpn Qr Jton short Short Line The usual usualgreatly usUtllgreatly ususgreatly
greatly reduced r h l excursion rates will wtllprovaU 1 1prevail
prevail See SeQa1 agents hUJ far further r tlLrtlc tlLrtlculars particulars artlc
ulars OiV 1 ticketoffice tl k t offi O 4tll Main nlh st stTAhft stTnlicK I
I
Xrftllp free KttHtilr today
RGES U GOING GOINGBACK GOIN GO1NGBACK G GBACK
BACK TO NATURE NATUREGeorg N lURE lUREeorg
Q Georg eorg irutschel Advises Few Clothes Clothesand Clothesand Clothesand
and Some Some Freezing Fr e Baths BathsTELLS BathsTELLS BathsELLS
TELLS TELLS T j HOW TO DRINK BEER BEERSUGGESTS BE BEERUGGESTS R RSUGGESTS
SUGGESTS SUGGESTS 3 GETTING GETTlNGPLENTY PLENTY OF OFFRESH OFFRESH OFFRESH
FRESH AIR AIRWith AIRWIth AiRWlih
With his flowing hair waving in the thecurrent thecurrent theurrent
c current of air from 1om an electric fan fanhl fanhlsunburned hi hisunburned biunburned
s sunburned chest exposed c posed to the view viewof viewot viewf
o of f all beholders bch ldfjrs and his folded hat held heldunder heldunder heldnder
under u his arm Georg Drutschel apostle apostleand apostleand apostlend
a and nd exponent of man In a statS stat of ofrature ofrntur ofature
r rature appeared before Mayor R P PMbrris PMbrris Pthrris
Mbrris i yesterday to beg the privilege of ofselling ofseIUng o oelling
sD selling s his pamphlets on the streets streetsDrutschel streets streetsDrutschel streetsrutechel
Drutschel D rutechel is a native of Lichtenfels Ba Bavaria Baarla Baarla ¬
vh varia v arla and does notspeak enough Eng English English Engalt ¬
lish h alt to make his wants understood The Themayor Theayor rhema
ma mayor ma m ayor or J S Critchlow city recorder recorderand recordeJand recordernd
and a nd Lou C Johnson were valiantly valiantlystruggling yaUautIstrugg valiantlytruggling
struggling strugg s ll1g with Drutschels language languageand lonb languagend age ageand
and a nd the all around startling makeup of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he man when fortunately for their theirpeace theirpeace theireace
peace p eace of mind help came from an un unexpected unexpectc unxpeoted ¬
expected e source Dr F Schwanhausser Schwanhausserof
of o f the New York City board of educa education education educaoii ¬
tion ti oii came to the mayors ofilce to se secure secure soure ¬
cure c ure permission to ascend the tower of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e building Dr Schwanhausser is of ofGerman otGerman cierman
German G erman birth and lived less than 100 100miles 100miles 1OCiles
miles m iles from Drutschels home At once oncethe oncethe oncehe
the t he obliging New Yorker threw himself
Georg Drutschel DrutschelInto Drutschelinto Drutschetnto
Into i the breach and performed the du duties ¬
ties t of Interpreter r after iMr Ir Jrltchlowa Jrltchlowaoffer JrItclilowffer rltc111owsffer
offer o ffer to switch the conversation to the theIrish theIrish th thrish
Irish I rish tongue had been declined by b Drut Drutscbela Drutschels Drutchels
scbela S vague shake of the head headGoes headGoes headI
I
Goes With Little Clothing ClothingDrutschel ClothingDrut3chel
Drutschel says he is 53 years of age ageand ageand ag I
and a nd is the sole survivor of a large fam family famIly ¬
ily i ly all the members of which suc succumbed Succumbed sucumbed ¬
cumbed c to consumption He says he hehad hemd it a aint
had l int the disease himself until he began beganhis begnlhis begatis
his h is state of nature game Now he hegoes hesoes in
goes g oes about bareheaded and without un underclothing1 underclothing unerclothing ¬
derclothing1 d Indeed he has not much muchclothing muchclothIng mud I
clothing c of any description merely a ndecollette t I Iecollette
decollette d sort of blouse loose and andHappy am I Iappy
Happy fi appy trousers and shoes without withoutstockings withoutstockings t ttockings
stockings s sd He carries an old hat but bu t
does d oe not wear it except When it i t rains lalnsHe ramneHo t tt
He says he always sleeps and eat eatJ out outof outor ou i if
of o f doors when wh n the weather permits and andclaims andclaims an t tlaims
claims c his state of nature life has hasst ri rist6red rot
st6red st a t red his health He looks strong and andwell andwell am t twell
well and says he has traveled on foot tootaU t tall
i all through Europe and part of Amer Amerhica America Amerea
hica ica l ea
hicaDrutschel
Drutschel argues against tight tightclothes tightcJothes t tclothes
clothes stays ear rings finger rings ringsand ringsand s srid
and a rid tight shoes He Isan earnest advo advocate advocate advocata ¬
cate of a a great deal of fresh air airAdvice airAdvice airAdvice
Advice on Bathing BathingHis
His suggestions as to bathing prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl should be taken under advisement t
by b the average person For Instance
Drut5chelad Drutschel advises 15e taking a hot bath bathonce bathonce bat h hnice
once o nice a year yenrand and suggests that the water r
be heated hent d to 1040 degrees egrees Fahrenheit t
As the boiling point Is about 210 degrees degreesin 8 8In
in Salt Lake City it is easy to nn L
derstand that Drutschels prescription prescriptionwould prescriptionwould n nwould
would warm the average person to a asomewhat asomewhat asomewhat
somewhat alarming extent Drutschel Drutscheladvises Drutscheladvises 1 1advises
advises a cold bath once a month He Hesays Hesuys H e esays
says he always takes his at 32 de degrees degrees t tgreen ¬
grees Fahrenheit in the open air ar Thlr Thirtytwo Thu Thutytwo
tytwo degrees Fahrenheit is tins freez ¬
ing point so here again there Is room root n
for argument although it is not to be t IC
doubted that one of his cold baths bathswould bathswould 5 5would
would feel all right after a dip in his hiswater hiswater hi Is Iswater
water at 1040 degrees degreesEat degreesEat degreesEat
Eat when ycli are hungry and drink drinkwhen drlnlwhen drin I Iwhen
when you are thirsty Is another of his hismaxims hismaxims hi Is Ismaxims
maxims He appears to have had some someexperience 80meoxperienco soat Le Leexperience
experience in beer drinking
A large and well ventilated hall is isnecessary Isnecessary t S Snecessary
necessary to drink beer in he says S
Do not remain there long but for forseveral forsevernl fc ir irseveral
several times leave It and go out ut of
doors to breathe in fresh air A head headache headache I Iache ¬
ache must not always be the cons con8equence i iquenco
quence of beer drinking but very often ofte a
is caused by bad air airThe airThe airThe
The mayor gave his eccentric cenli visitor visitorpermission visitorpermission visitc r rpermission
permission to abide in Salt Lake City Cli y
for a week and Drutschel bowed him himself himself 1 1self ¬
self out with Uh much ceremony ceremonyPEACH ceremonyPEACH ceremonyPEACH
PEACH DAYPEAGH DAY PEACH DAY DAYBrigham DAYBrigham DAYBrigham
Brigham City CitySept CitYr CitySept
Sept T 7 Excursions via Oregon Short Sho rt
Line Further Information later laterFrom laterFrom laterFrom
From Sopt 15 to Oct 31 the th Salt S 1t Lakfe Lal cc
Route offers extremely lorn colonists colonistsrate colonistsrate tu turate
rate one way var Jsalt SnIt itike tike to LOS An Ansel Angeles hi Li Ligeles ¬
sel geles es for 25 etoptrars topt rs allowed Call Callente Calient Cal Li Liente
ente ent and Las Vegas VegasPersona VegnsPersolls VegasPersons
Persona contemplating going to the th ti 10
Pacific coast to settle should bear this Ui is
in mind as It Is the lowest recto ever everoffered everoffered ev or oroffered
offered offeredSee offeredSe offeredSee
I See Se any agent of the San Pedro Ix Los Os > s
Angeles Salt Lake Ltlk railroad railroadIt raflrOnIt
It is with pleasure we announce the theappointment theappointment V he heappointment
appointment of our firm fl as exclusive exclusiveagents exclusiveagente exciusl Vci Vciagents
agents In the city for Dunlap Hats Hal La
The formal foral opening and sale sle date Aug Au g
30 Brown Terry TeJ Woodruff WOodruf Co Tel T el
193 166 Main 1oln street streetPERSONAL streetPERSONAL streetPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALMrs
Mrs lr8 Anna Anno Behle BehIeind Vmd nd her daughter dtghter 3111 i1 ii
drod have have returned returned from frm St Paul PaulL PaulL Ui
L L P Judd clerk of ot the city cly board bard ot 0 4
education euqaUon has returned from a thred thz el
tw w akB k stay at Lake Ik Blanche BIMOhohtll
Thomas ohtll F Rooney of tho Denver Timea in lest
wus in the the city cSy yesterday 011 his way wn w fly
back gubernatorial bc ubernatoral1rty from trU Portland Portand party with tho Colorado Cobra do
C S Brothers Brothen of o Cedar Bluff Miss MIt US6 5
Blul
brother of Miucwelr 1lxwoU R Brothers of lha 1 he
R Brthers
city board bour of health healh Is in Salt Lake Lko City Ci Ity
and may ml1 decide doldo to remain reain here hereFather beet beetFather hereFather
Father P M Cushnahan of St Josephs Josepi
church churh Ogden Oen Cshnahan camo cno to Salt Lake last last It
evening aV l1g for tho purpose of hearing heaIng W V H
K Reamond speak at the Theatre TheatreH eate eateH
H W V Griffith Grifih clerk clerkotthe of the supreme suprme supret
court returned rtuned from rnhis his vacation trip t
yesterday yesterday Mr Griffith Grlfih visited VJsled vacto Los An trp i it ¬
gobs San Sn Francisco Francico and Portland PortlandPaul POrtand PortlandPatti Is
Paul S King KinE a prominent romln nt consulting consulti consultiongineor
consuIh1g
engineer of New York City Ct is In Inttho tho city cityojucnded C i ty
bum a tow dctyn t t Ch rute roUte eest t from rm an anotondsct 111
fop ojucnded trip tothe to the coast cont and nd Aluslxu AluslxuMiss Atas AtasMiss AlasbaMite Ul
Miss Rosalie Rosnle Pollock Poloo1c supervisor supeMIOl of pri primary i imary i ¬
mary grades gcada of the city ciy schools returned rrnel retort pr
foth frohii rite et east YOlterda yesterday Miss Poloct Poloctntend Polk Polkattended lc
attended ntend d tho meeting neotng of the NutlonnJ Nutonnl iiUoi rial
Educational EductonalnssocaUon association utAsbiirj ttt Abiir bur Park Pa jji
dtj N It J Jr Ind end nd visited YII in New N ew > w York ujid tJtd other oil er
SEE VICTORY VICTORYFOR VrC T RY RYFOR
FOR DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSProminent DEMOCRATSroment
Prominent roment Men in Party Pat Have 18 e Meet Meeting Meet eet
ing to Discuss Di us Campaign CampaignFAVOR Campaii CampaiiFAVOR
FAVOR EARLY CONVENTION CONVENTIONALL
ALL ALL LL TAL TAI TALx > C OF F COALITION IS ISAt ISFROWN iSFROWNEDUPO4
FROWN FROWNEDUPO4 EDU
pot potAt
At an a informal iItonal meeting metng of leading leadingDemocrats lendng lendngDemocrt
Democrats Democrt of Salt Sat Lake Le City Ciy last lastnight lastnight inStnight
night the sentiment was unanimous unaious to tooppose tooppse topjpose
< oppose oppse any a effort efor looking 100kl 10 a coali coalition coai coaition ¬
tion with another ather party for the city cityelection elt eltelecton
election electon This determination deterinaton was wastaken wustaen vaStaken
taken taen after ater a a discussion of various variousstreet yarlousstreet
street rumors rumor to the effect efet that the theRepublicans t e eRepublcan
Republicans Republcan might migt seek an alliance alliancewith alace alacewlt
with wlt the Democrats this fall The Thequestion Thequestion
question was brought brugh up and acted actedupon actedlpon actedupon
upon lpon with prompt promptelslon decision the unani unanimous ull ullmou ununtnoun ¬
noun mou expression cpte8sion of those tose present reent be be4ng beng beIng
4ng ng to oppbse any action aton In the nature natureof
of forming an alliance allnnce with ih any party partyAll part partyAll
All l those present were enthusiastic enthusiasticover enthusiastc enthusiastcoer
over the prospects for Democratic Deocratc vic victors vlcto vietory ¬
tory to if the Democrats Demots are ae active activeMathonihah actve actveMathonhah activeMathonIhah
Mathonihah Mathonhah Thomas Thoma Democratic Democraticcity Democrtic Democrticcl Democraticcity
city cl and county chairman chaina and a a few fewother fewother fewother
other members mcmb rs of the committee committeecalled committeecaled
called caled the meeting metng with wih a a a view vllw to ar arriving arriving ¬
riving at the opinions of leading mem members memters ¬
hers ters of the party par The meeting meetng was washeld washeld
held in the office ofce of George D Alder AlderAmong AlderAmang
Among those present preent were Judge Judg WI w wH V VH
H King Major Maor R R W V Young Young D H HPeery HPeer
Peery Peer George Georg D Alder A de W V H Dale DaleR Dalel
R l W V Sloan Slon Joseph M l Cohen CohenThomas CohenThomas
Thomas F Thomas Thcas Wi Will W Ray Ra Mat MatThomas lIat lIatThomas
Thomas Thomas Among those invited Invie to be bepresent bepresont
present but ut who were prevented prvent d by byvarious byvarious
various causes c ses were Simon Bamber Bamberger Bnmberger ¬
ger John Bern Dern B H Roberts C S SVarian SVarian
Varian J L Rawlins Rawln J C Leary and andJudgo andJudgo
Judgo S W V r Stewart StewartAs Steart SteartAs
As a result reslt of the meatng meeting it was wasdecided wasdecide
decided decide to Issue a a call clt for an Iully Iullyonventon urly urlyconvention
convention onventon probably prbably during durin the last lastweek lastweek
week of September It I was wa also aso de decided decided ¬
cided to open the headquarters headquaters of the theYoung theYoung
Young Mens lIens Democratic Demoratc club at an anearly anearly
early date and to make a a vigorous and andaggressive ad adaggessive
aggressive aggessive city ciy campaign campaignI capagn capagnI
e eI
I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo
To photograph anything aything Harry Hnrry Ship Shipler ShlpJer ShipJer
Jer Commercial Commercia Photographer 151 1 1 So SoMain SoMain SoMain
Main Phone 2825 K KLAST KLAST
LAST EXCURSION J ORTH ORTHSaturday ORTHSaturday
Saturday Sept 2 2Via 2VIa
Via VIa Oregon Short Line The usual usualgreatly usualgeaty usualgreatly
greatly geaty reduced excursion rates will willprevail wi vilIprevail
prevail preal See agents agets for further partic particulars partc partculars particulars ¬
ulars City Cit ticket tcket office ofce 201 Main st stLOCAL stI
I LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSGAIN BRIEFSl BRIEFSlGA
GAIN GA IN BANK BAK CLEARANCES CLEAR CrIiIARANCESYes CrIiIARANCESYeserdays CEYe Yes ¬
terdays terays t bank clearances cler ccs amounted to
f 3X198363 986 us W s against SW5SG653 SG5 on the thesame thesame th thame
same s ame day last year yearSUNDAY YearSt yearSLNDAY
St SUNDAY DAY SCHOOL SCHOL MEETING MEETINGTherc MEETINGThercwill IETIKGThere IETIKGTherewi There Therewill
will wi be a business s meeting meetinG of the mem ¬
hers ber Qf Mrs Mr E O Lees Les Sunday Sundy school schoCl schoClclnm
class c cc at her home at S oclock tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorow tomorowcYenlng tornorroiening
evening eveningT c ieningT
T P A DELEGATION COMING
A
DELATIO C tlm
The southern Clfornia California delegation delegaton of the
American Association Associaton of Traveling Travelng o Pas Passenger Pas Passenger Pazsenger ¬
senger Agents ccnts will wi be here from from rota LOB Ls An Angeles Angele Angeles ¬
geles on Sept ICPt 9 en route to Bute Butte where
ft I t Joins join the main excursion excurion train trainJUDGE trainJGDE trainJIJDGE
JGDE JUDGE FOR FR STATE FAIR FAIRThe FAIRThe The state
fair association noclaton has ha Just secured se the theas theservIces tinservices
ure
servIces ot of V J Kennedy or Ame Ames In Ia Iaas
as jUde judge of horses bor at 6t the state fair this thisear thityear
year ear There Ter was a a lively leli interest mani ¬
fested In the choice coice for the position positionWATCH 1oslon 1oslonPATCH positionWATCH
WATCH STOLEN STOLENA A womans gold goldwatch goldatoh gokwatch
watch atoh and 25 were stolen stol n from a Rio
Grando Gral o outfitting outitng car nr some time tme yester ¬
I Ievening
day afternoon nneroon The thief got Into the car
I
during durng the absence of its It occupants The Thematter Themntcr Tinmatter
matter mntcr was reported rported to the police pOlco last lastevening lasteenlng las
evening eveningSPECIAL eenlngSPECIAL eveningSPECIAL
SPECIAL MEETING oIEETIXG OF BOARD BOARDspecial A
BOARA BOARAspecal
special specal meeting metng of the city ct board ba of edu education educaton education ¬
cation caton will wH be b acid old at 11 1 oclock tomorrow
morning Ulornln Among matters maters that will wi prob ¬
ably come up tor tOI consideration consIderaton is the til
introduction Introucton of physical physica culture in the thi a I
grade Sade schools of ot the city cityGREEK cityI cityGREEK
j I GREEK GREE CLAIMS HE H WAS BEATEN BETEN
IDemetres Demetreos Kaaridos Kardos a young 3OUlg Greek Greekwas Greelwas
t was wa badly beaten by Peter Fotes In a
West Second South street steet restaurant yes ye ¬
terday terdayniorning morning The victim victm reported the thematter themater tb tbmatter
matter mater to the police polce and officers oftcers reporte wore woregiven wereglven wor worgIven
given a description descrpton of tho assailant assailantj 8salant 8salantAREN assailantVAJEN
j WARREN AREN PARDONED PARO PARDONEDJoseph Doseph Joseph War Warren Warrent Varren ¬
ren who ho was serving 100 10 days das In the city cit cltjal citjail
Jail jal for having taken taen a 14yearold 14enrold girl girlinto glriInto gin gininto
into a saloon and given her liquor lquor was waspardoned wa wapardoned wapardoned
pardoned yesterday by Mayor Morris T TR TU I IIt
R Coffee Cotee a a pool room tout who wad wadserving WMserving Wa Waserving
serving time tmc for vagrancy tout was wa pardoned pardonedthe paroned I
the te day before beforeHOWARD before beforeHOWARD
HOWARD ARRESTED ARESTEDtolen ARRESTEDStolen Stolen copper copperwire copperwire coppewire
wire from Lagodn got st James Jaes Howard Howa a aFalngon
Farmington Falngon man ma Into trouble last even evenIng evening evening
Ing Mounted Mounte Officers James Jae Taylor and andHorc an anHorace
Horace Horc Heath arrested arreted Howard Howar In a State Statestreet State8treot Statatreot
street Junk store stor He claimed caimed he had got gotten gotton ¬
gt gtten
ten the te wire from another man and tho thocase tbocase tb tbcase
case Is still sti under investigation vestgnton Howard HoardIs
Is being b < ing held hcldBAPIT v vBAPTISTS
BAPTISTS BAPIT MAY lL Y REUNITE REtXITEThe REENITEThe The First Firstof Frst Fin
Baptst Baptist and Est East Side Baptst Baptist churhes churhesot churche churcheof
of Salt Sal Lake City will wi probably probbly reunite reunhlnext I
i next unday un a They divided diVide four years yearsago yers yearago I
ago Committees are ar at work rlt looking 100km
toward reunion and ad they will wil report roprt to i iI
their respective rspecte organizations ornlzatons Sunday Sunda Sundamorning undaymorning
I morning These Th ess reports reprt it 1 is stated will willsuggest wi wisuggest
suggest the manner of o reunion reunionMONEY reunionI reunionMONEY
I MONEY ION AWAITS nv AIT CREDITORS CRITORSould CRITORSouldB CREDITORSGoul Gould
B Blakely trustee in bankruptcy bnku tc in the Ut
Schettler Shetter estate estte has been aiSle to pay pa paout te
out only about abut 5000 O of tho dividends dlldends re recently r ¬ I IceIt
cently ceIt declared More Mr than 3000 O OOO is 1 still stillunclaimed stil sti stiunclaimed rII II I
unclaimed unclimed although nearly near a month has haspassed ha hr hrptissed I
passed since the declaration d lar of the divi I Id
dond d nd A fiveacre liveacre farm tnIm ton near Bountiful Buntful
has ha Just been b n sold for 450 0 for the estate estateWILL estte estatWILl i
WILL WIL EXAMINE EAMINE TEACHERS TEACxam TI3ACHEBSExan Exam I
Inatloti fnston of tcahers teachers for the city cty clt schools schoolswill Ichoola Ichoolawi choo choowill
will wi begin bgin In the office of D H Chrls Chrlsthis Chrlaf Chritensen
tensen e city superintendent n of school schoolthis
f
i no nogn
this morning o K1auJ The examination r M will be begin b bgin ¬
gin gn at at9 3 oclock oclok and applicants applcant will wi be beexamined beoxamln I Iexamined
examined oxamln d in writing wItng physiology phslolog ge geTJgrraphy gegphY g
TJgrraphy gphY grammar and history Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomovtl1 ¬
row they will wU be b examined in arithmetic arithmeticreading arthmetc C Creading
reading r lng pedagogy pedngog and ad spelling spellingSILVER Zpelng Zpelng9l spelLingSERVICE
SILVER 9l YEn SERVICE SEVICr FOR MINISTER nNST
Members cmbers of tho Christian ChrIstan church last lastnight Instnllht In Innuiiht
night nllht gave Rev Rv T W V PInkertOn Pihker n a n hand handsome had hadsume han hansome j ¬
some silver set as a 0 farewell far WeU present pre ptt
The ho presentation pre entaton was made at the homo homoof homoof hon honof
of Mrs MrS Menefee 243 Sixth East Est street streetWhere stret stretwhero Streevhero
Where the members of the church
membrs churh gath gathered gatlcreel ¬
gth gthered
ered after prayer meeting meetng Dr S C Cald
Baldwin ald lnmnd made the presentation speech speec
Mr 11 Pinkerton Pnkerton leaves lele presentaton tomorrow tUmro for Ken Kenton K Ke Ketake n nton
ton O to take charge of the tIe Christian Christianchurch Chtstan Chtstanohurch ChIstirchurch
church at that tht place placeEXAMINATIONS placo placeEXAMDAflONS
EXAMINATIONS POSTPONBDSec POSTPONBDSecrsfary POTONBDSec POTONBDSecrpfry c crftdary
rsfary rpfry of the Postofflce O Williams Williamsstates Williar Williarstates Vllams Vllamsstates
states that tht owing to the small amnI number numberof numb numbof
of applications appUcations received the noneduca noneducational noneduc ¬
tional tonal examinations eamlnntons for ir the positions POBltons of
fireman flremar firemanwatchman nrmnnwatchmnn and Dd elevator elevatorconductor oleatorconduCor cloiat or orconductor r
conductor conduCor custodian cuatodl < n service serice Salt Sal Lake Lko Lal ire o
Cit City Utan Utah have have been pstponed postponed to Sept Set it t
i 10 laos 03 All 1 applications kPPIC tUons for for thes tlieso POel pot ii I
I Ions received Tccived In complete form up to o
ahe he hour of closing business bu iness on Sept 5
I IDOo 0 will wi be accepted for these tixamlna 63mil fPt a
I tlons tons tonsI tionsV
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I I Pills Plts Pi11 AH A1 Al vegetable Act ActdirectJy ACIdirectly
directly on the liver They The Thecure
j cure constipation constipaton biliousness bniousnesssickheadache
1 sickheadache The best b st Fam famiy
fly iy laxative Inx ive Sugarcoated
Sold in all al parts of the world Worlcoverixtyyea I
For over overixtyyea sixty years < i
PROB P PROBABLYTHETAST BL THELAST FIGHT FIGHTJapanese FIGHTpanese
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Japanese Ja panese Attacked A kd and Defeated the they theRussians
y Russians RussiansToklo RussiansTolo RussiansTokio
Toklo Tolo Aug 30 ZiOArmy Army Ay ieadquarter hcadquurterve ieadquarterhave e dQuta dQutahay
have hay ha ham ve made the following folowng announc announcment nnouncment nnouncd
ment mentIn mentI m ent entIn
In I the direction dlr ton of Hsingchin Hslngclil on onthe one I
the th that e momlne mmin of August 27r 27 our force forceattacked forcetacked I
attacked attked at tacked and defeated defeted ug the enemys enemysmounted anemysmounte enemysounted
mounted mounte m infantry fnntn several seve hundred hundredstrong hundredrong I
strong strng st stao rong near Yutiangtsu Yuti lgtsu thirty thiry mies miles milesnortheastof milesrtheast I
northeastof nrheat ao aota rtheast of Hslngchjins HSlncllng
The enemys enem s infantry InfantrJ and one bt bat batlion i
talion t ta lion Io ofrrfoUr oEoUr guns advanced avanoe the samemdrnimr sae same
gnS
morning mornig m orning on Nanshanchentsu > They Theyere j
were wer w ere immediately fmedlately repulsed ropulSd and chased chasedtowards chasedtowar chasedwards
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tOm towards towar tO wards 1 Hoknanhslang HOkahslang some eigltt eiglttmiles el t
miles m iles north n01th of Nanshanchentsu NanshanchentsuAnother NanshancheatsuAnOther unshanchentsuAoter I
Another Aoter body bod of the enemy eem about aboutone aboutone aboute
one on onat e regiment of infantry infaltr opened an anattack anattack
attack at atla tack on Kushantsu Iuhnnsu the same mom mor morng i
ing iS la g and were repulsed repulsedIn repulse 1 1In
In the he direction dretion of Taolu our force forceslodged
dislodged diSloged di slodged the enemys cavalry Clr at ataitahhcokou
enemys
Naltaikokou Nnltalkokou N some twenty miles 2nUe south southeast soutl southast ¬
east eat e ast of Taolu Taa and occupied occupie the place placeAnother plac placeAnother
Another Anoter foi fofe foiee ce took tok Yushulln at atnoon atnoon atoon
noon n nN oon making a further furthe advance adnc to
Nienpanhoku Nlenpanoku N some ten miles mie south sut southf
of o f Taolu TaoluAnother Taolu TaoluAnother
Another force fOle KRancinfr a anctn toward towai towaiuangehuicheutsu
Liangshuichentau L ten t n miles mU south southwest MUh MUhwat southest ¬
west wat w win est of Taolu dislodged dislodge the th enemys enemysInfantry enems enemsInfantr enemysfantry
Infantry Infantr in fantry and one battalion battlon with some someguns somegn
guns w gn g yard uns ard ardSCANT and ad hotly hot chaseu chase chas him north northSCANT nrt northard
e eSCANT
SCANT RESPECTSHOWN RESPECTSHOWNAmerican
American A Consul in Sweden to be beCalled beCaled beCalled
Called Caled to Time TimeWashing TimeTashlnst TimeWashingtoostug
Washing Washingtoostug ionsslug 1 ug 30 30T 30The The Mte state tat de
partment p has ha bean be supplied sppled with wthcopies
copies c of n newspapers wspps published publshed In InGothenburg InGotlenbulS
Gothenburg GotlenbulS G Sweden attacking attacking the theAmerican theAmerinn
American Amerinn A consul there th8 Robert Robrt S SBergh SBerh Sergh
Bergh Berh B ergh because of alleged alege failure faiure on 1
his h is part pat to show propel respect rept for forKing forKing
King E ltig Oscar Osar on the occasion ocasion of his hisbirthday hi hisirthday
birthday b anniversary annlerSl The Aftonbludcharges Atonblud Atonbludcq Aftonblud Aftonbiadarges
charges cq c1 arges res that the th flags of their roun ountrs
trys tr ys were hoisted by every foreign
consul consl c in the town except by Mr MrBergh
Bergh Berh E ergh This caused cuse much remark remnrkad I
and ad a nd speculation speculaton on the na nart n1t t of towns townspeple townseople
people peple p who inquired Inquire whether King
Oscar O scar had in any way offended pfende Presl Presldent i
dent d ent Roosevelt Rosevel that that he le ordered order his hisconsul hisconauto
consul conauto c to refrain from joIning in th tbG tbGelebration
celebration celebrton c The paper sper calls cals attention atenton I
to t o the tact that Mr Bergh is a Xor
wegian w by b birth but does do not think thinkthat tlnk tlnkthat II
that t he is thereby excused excuse In view of ofthe ofe 1
the th e position he occupies Assistant
positon 1 ou le
Secretary Secretar S Loo Lmis Loomis mis has hn decided deide to call callupon ckHupon I
upon u pon 3Ir lr Bersh Berh for an explanation explanationDROP eplanatin eplanatini eplanatinDqOP i
DROP IN SILVER SILVERLondon tILVER tILVERLondon ILVER ILVERLondon
London Aug 30 oThe The price of sil silver sHver ¬
ver v vT er dropped to 27d 2j d per ounce today todayThe toda todahe
vl The T he declaration declaraton of peace caused specu speculators speculators specuators ¬
lators l to offer ofer freely without limit limi to toprice toprice
price p rice owing to the Idea Ide that the metal metalwill metal metalwi
will wi w ill not be wanted so much muchTODAY muehJ
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Sultuir SultuirTODAY Sa Itair ItairTODAY
i TODAY TODAYLadies TODAYTHURSDAY
> THURSDAY TnURSDAYI
Aug 31
Ladies Eree Fee FreeDay30 Day 30 Trains Trains37ree Tns Tnsfriday TrainsFilthiy
friday Sept I IFee IFree
Free Fee Concert Concer by Saltair Sati mixed mixedQuartette med medQurete mixedQuartette
Quartette Qurete assisted by some of ofSalt ofSal ofSalt
Salt Sal Lakes Ik s best talent talentHew tlent tlentNew talentNew
New York Cash Store Day DayMonday DayMonday DayMondiiy
Monday Septf SeptfLabor Sept 4 4labr
Labor labr bor DayGrand DayGrand Day DiiyOrand
Grand Closing of ofSeason ofSeason ofSeason
Season 30 30Trains 30Trains 30Trains
Trains
300 in i cash prizes prizesEvery pres presEver
Every Ever railroad rioad ticket parti participates pa participates ¬
cipates in the te drawing drawingDr dwg dwgDr
Dr Carver Carer champion shot shotof shotof
of the te world worldlive worldFve worldFive
live Fve high hgh diving dvg horses horsesALL horsesALL
ALL A WEEK WEEK8th WK WKSUOW
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SUOW GROUNDS GROUNDS8th
8th South and Main Street StreetTwice StreetTwice StreetTwice
Twice Bally Daly 230 23 23 p m m 830 83 p m mpromptly mprompty inpromptly
promptly promptlyPRICES prompty promptyPRCES promptlyPRiCES
PRICES PRCES 25C 2 25cTWO
TWO BAYS COMMENCING COMMENCINGThursday CO COMMENCINGThursddy ENCIlG ENCIlGThursday
Thursday Sept 7th 7thSflBfL 7tfiPONY 7thSIBft
SflBfL BROS BROSDOG
DOG AND PONY SHOWS SHOWSr
The Th only onl highclass highclnss Dog and Pony Show Showcoung Showcoining
coming coung this thi year yen The Th exhibition exhibiton boautl bonut
ful fula a performance incomparable incomparable
Introducing IntoducIng 200 OO of f the finest nest trained trnod anl animala an anmale
male in th tbs world world A A programme progame replete repletewith repletewith repletewitli
with novelties uoveltcs uoveltcsWatch noveltiesWatch
Watch For Forthe Forthe < A AtHe
tHe Street tre t tParade k kPorade
Parade ParadeMorning ParadeEvery PoradeEvery <
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Every EveryMorning EveryMorning
Morning MorningAt MorningAtll MorningAtil
At Atll Atlloclock Atiloclock 11 11oclock
oclock
100 0 Thoroughbred ThorouJhbred Ponies Pone PoniesWonderful
73 Wono Wonderful > r ul Dogs DOl DogsMqrieloua
25 2 Marvolous Alonk 1lonkes 1lonkesDor Moiikeys MoiikeysDoors ss ssBoors
Boors Dor open liSp 1 and iS 1 > daily dailyperfortnunrcs daU daUlerfornunf8
I perfortnunrcs lerfornunf8 an UI hour hout latftf latftfTOX lafHt iat1V
TOX T MTSH MTt Ht THE TAlfA rlJF
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SAtS RfCORO RfCORO8fATK RCOR9BATNYSTRDAY
BEATEN BATNYSTRDAY BATNYSTRDAYIniy VEST VESTMany VfSTfRDAY
Many ny Grand fr nd Instruments Sacrificed SacrificedPrices Sacrificedt
t the Carstensen Anson Ansoncosriano AnsonCo11s
cosriano Co11s IlaQo Sale SalePrices Salericts
Prices r ricts and Terms Such That Nearly Ne rly Iy Every very Reader Readerof Reder RederI
I of This Paper Can Own a Piano
Yesterday y etd was wastru1 truly a t remarkable remarkableday rarkable rarkableday rtnsrkbleay
day i1 i ay with us UI in m niaiit uua iiy resptte lfP The Thesalo JlieSaloe
g Saloe salo racostl o1 iauhetl J d the he liigtwatark highest highestmark
mark mtrk m ark in the t tl4 lii hiatrJ liistiony fcorj of o the tJi company companyand Olfpt OlfptRnd uom az aznd
and a nd all ti indications idic tos p4t p point it to t an even evengreater e egreater evenreater
reater number of oiosud osud
j t greater nuber c contracts contractsoday i itoday
today t < I
The response rcpou o to our publicity > ublct has hasoutstripped bs bsouttripped hasutstripped
c outstripped outtripped o our 0 most mot sanguine SRlgil ex expectations expectatiofs cxectatione ¬
pectations pectatiofs p Few indeed ldcd of the many manypurchas
I purchasers purchas p rs who have 11we visited visted this thisstore tis tisstore thistore
S store but have expressed uJrosed au open opeucoiniuendation openCOlUeldftion openomiilendtition
c coiniuendation COlUeldftion of our straightfor straightforwardness straightforwardness straightforarduess ¬
wardness w iu il iii throwing throwng this elegant elegantstock elegnt elegntstoc eleganttock
S stock stoc open to purchase at suoh re remarkably rorkably ¬
i markably luarktbJ iu rkably low prices price Remember Rememberthis Rmembr Rememberis I Ithis
t this th is is not a stock collected lected from
here h dre there and everywhere ce wherc for the te i
c express e xpr s purix l iurpose > rltsc > se of a sale but the IC reg re r
ular u lar showing of standard instru instruments instrumentiucuding instnuentsinc1udin ¬
ments mentiucuding m entsinc1udin including the he first rst few car carloads calloads caroads ¬
loads l of bur ur ur purchases purcha5 for fall fal trade tradeWhen tradeYltcl tradeVhen
When Yltcl it is considered considoed that thtt the thebuying thebUling theuing
buying b public publc can select from rom among amonghis i ithis
this t showing showing of fine fne instruments at atwill atwi atill
will wi w ill is it any m wonder that the store storewas tareI tarewas I
was w as comfortably comortaby filled fled with purchas purchascr purchasyesterday
cr C yesterday terda until unti quite late in the te thevening
eening e et l We Ve wi wfll use ever every endeavor endeavorto
eb to t o wait upon you promptly promptl but we webeg1 webeg weeg
beg b eg a little litte consideration consideratonf if a sales salesman s salesan le ¬ i
man m an is 11 not at your service serVce immediate immediately lnmela e ely ¬
ly l y upon entering We are now ar arranging arrnnging aranging ¬
ranging r for extra etra salesmen and hope hopeto
to t o be able to give prompt service to tomany tothe tohe
the t he many man who call here her daily
Owing OWiA to t a peculiar pill combination combinationof combinaton combinatono
o of locations permit vs to call
o locfton pri cl your yourattention yourattenio our ourttEon
attenio attention ttEon tt t tb > our ou exact eot place plac of bu bu i iness ine iness
ness ne in O order to t avid avid confusion confusionjust cnfuioL cnfuioLju confuioLjust
just ju north nor df 4 the 3 1lcCoick MqCnick < Ctornick bars bap baibuilding >
building buidh on the west aide of Max Maxstreet 31 31street I
street streetWe te on1 w s
We would wu1d ask a you u to call cal today lota lotayou todayyou
you cn c arrange arrn to as some x XI i itionally < n ntionally
tionally choice coic instrtrtnent itent will willplaced w willplaced i < p
placed place on 01 sale M at a discounts duts ran raub rtnfront ig igfrom g
from 40 to 60 0 j pr > er cent ct Seldom S Seldomdeed IdoU i ideed
deed dee are such boi b1 bona a fide fd de barjr bar bargai bargaihigli l h i ihigh
high h grade instruments instrmnts to be l luiI luiIespecially 1j i iespecially I
especially peciillT on Of eu the th easy tenn ter teruithat > of nT in inthat i i C <
that we have inaugurated inaurat witiiir withuiweek iif iifweek il ilweek
week week Indeed Ie it must surely 1 a alack alack
lack of comprehension comprhniol or au al at L iivil 111 it 1 1 1ity
ity to understand understnd piano values valit valitwould a1 IK ilt iltwould t twould
would cause caus hesitancy lete btane at the tiicchase pn pnchase IIW
chase of any of o i these thesefleriiirr nerintrs erin Iis I Iis Iis
is for you yu to know bo to t see s t unr unrstandthe ii t 1 1standte t r rstand
standthe standte stand the fufl fn import ilprtof of this tl fbi Sal Salwe aV jlrt jlrtwe u > t twe
we reiterate reiterat our advice sdvicecom sdvicecomday VieCU111 cuia < > j jday
day d8 dayTo
To 10 you ou it i means a broad brOd cmr cnr cnrin or r
in securing securin an instrument lia Iaplase
please pl tse and last a lifetime lifetim it itthat i itthat
that not alone tlcmc the t purchase Imreas pntc prit e i 11 11the itlx i itlu
the initial and subsequent subsequentwill
ad subeuent ppvmcTits ppvmcTitswill p nlh
will il be h of a figure ur that tha you uu w whardly < iM qMhardly iMAgain
hardly missaiy IIIiSSS1Jy aford afford affordAgain
Again we repeat re 8t come today toda V Vsome rsme Tsome <
some sme of the uprights uprghts that tlUt havf 1mwsome hd l > al alsome
some 6 IC slight s1 ht use are marked marke as l 10 luv luv09and > v u d
69 6 09and and theres l eres a a hundred hu dre odd fcar l al
gams awaitingyou awaiting you
It is to your interest to visit the show snowrooms showrooms
rooms of the LARf LARGEST ST AND MOST PROGRESSIVE PROGRESSIVEMUSIC PROfRSSIVE PROfRSSIVEMUSlt P110611SSIVMUSIC
MUSIC DEALERS DEALERSCARSTENS D DAEIRSCARSTNSN Al RS RSjCARSTfNSfN
jCARSTfNSfN CARSTENSTEMPLE CARSTENS ANSON COI CO CIITMPL
I TEMPLE UMPr Of MUSIC 74 MAIN MAI STREET STREETHAftfff STRrnHAMILTONS STRTHAMILTONS
HAftfff HAMILTONS HAMILTONSEARLY AM 1 L LOur
I i Ii EARLY FALL GOODS GObDSOur
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t Our buyers buers are in the market and sHiiidiug dilg daily di shipintu shipintuof shipmlHof
of NEW GOODS for EARLY EAY FALL WEAK V EA for all I Uepa Uepaments Ve 1epments a aI
I ments
mentsAIORME TAILORMADE AIORME SUITS in all al the te new D ma4 macia maierila < mk made vi vithe wij iv ivthe
j the 88 8 and lnd 60 inch incl coats coat which wic will r be b the t coat ct this seaeon sAtn ason witii witiithe wit wi 11 11i iithe
i the full ul plaited plaitodskits skirts skirtsPrices skirtsPrices
I
I Prices 3750 to 5500 5500WALKING 5500I 55 55vALIcIG
I
WALKING v AKG SKIRTS SKTSAl SKiRTSAll All shades ahdts and sizes siEs half and fall fallplaited fti1plaited
1 plaited plain or tucked tuckedPrices tuckedI tuckedPrices tuckedPrices
I
Prices S498 498 to 2750 2750SHIRT 2750SHffll 2750SEIRT
SHIRT WAISTS YAISTSHaudsome Handsome Hand Embroidered Linen Linenwith LintII Linewith
I with all this new effects effectsPrices effects effectsI effectsPrices
I Prices 500 to 1500 1500TALLOR I5O0TAILORMADE
I
TALLOR TAlLOR1rADE IADE STREET HATS ATSBeAutiful HATSBeautiful Beautiful line line all fl flshirpes colors colorsshapes eolorshapes
shapes and materials materialsPrices ID matenialsIn terj 15 15Prices
Prices In es 300 to 1500 1500t
j t A A few W garments rm left J n in late summer goods that th t oatt 0811 be worn wornlate wornlate
II L late in the fall and a nfext n t spring onehalf off and and80me some lees thai thaionolialf thaLonehalf tharonchlf >
I onolialf off
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ROMNEY ROMNEYDEPE EOMIEYDEPENDABLE
DEPE DEPENDABLE DEPENDABLESHOES ABLE ABLESHOES
SHOES I
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GOOD BAGAINS IN INSchoo mSchool INSchool
School SchooBOYS Shoes ShoesBOYS
BOYS SHOES ON TABLE at
145 the pair 200 and 225 225values 225Values 25 25itlues
values valuesMISSES ValuesMIS itluesr
MISSES MIS r i S S E S AND CHILDRENS CHILDRENSSHOES C CKILDRENSSHOES RENts RENtsSHOES
SHOES medium meditln1and and heavy hea soles solespatent solespatent solespatent
patent tips 05o to 145 the pair pairLADIES pairLADIES
LADIES KID SHOES 200 to to2O
250 values 100 the pair

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