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THE HE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY THt RSDAl SEPTEMBER 14 1903 190 v
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NEED NEEDOF OF WATER WATERGROWS WATERGROWS WATERGROWS I
GROWS PR PRESSING PRESSINGSupply ESSING ESSINGSupply
Supply IXom Ihe ifh 4iie Canyons CauyoiisBecomes CauyoiisBecomesLcss Becomes BecomesXess J3 come8 come8L
Xess L ss Jlacli a l1 JayWASTE Bay BayWASTE DayI
I WASTE IS STILL GREATPLANS GREAT GREATPLANS GREATPLANS
PLANS FOR CONDUIT CONSTRUC CONSTRUCTION CO CONSTRUcTION STftU STftUTION ¬
TION GOING FORWARD
Kioks many ma and nd 11P1t stre av e poured J urd into intoHie Intothe Intothe
the offio offlQ4t ofii of tl the waterworks department departmentesterday 1pttbUCfltYeSteri1a epartmefttsterdaT
YeSteri1a esterday Some ozn wera delivered in p per perfl r rim
im 11 and others came over the telephone telephoneiHut telepboneTlieattache
Tlieattache TI tittach ot O he ot1104t were re reIftftAt just justtltlllt
iHut expiajnoa d out when closing time timenue t1meenle tzneike
enle enleIhe nue nuelie
Ihe lie water S supply PPIY a Nt et t a new low lo rec record reolr recrd ¬
ord lr rd The supply from f1m all sources iour du duiiiX duIg
iiiX 41 Ig the day da was but 79B25W 15 gallons gallonssmallest gallonsmallest guIIonIt
It smallest days day supply supply on record Par Prey ¬
tys ey 8 creek delivered only 30i OKfM gal galv galJhfi gasuOooUo
v Jhfi uOooUo is GOOObO OOO gallons leas I than on Tuee Tueeoay
day da and the other streams sb am showing a aproportionate aproportIone i iProportionate
Proportionate falllns falUn off
The suffering in Iz several parts > of the thecity thefty theety
city notably not8bl the higher portions was wasai waslh wa waUtt
ai ate lh particularly during the earlier earlierpart earlierpart earIbrrart
part of the day d1t In spite of this there therewas tberwas thertwas
was evld eVldno nc that the water thieves con continued continued eonitnued ¬
tinued to steal water just the same sameAs sameAs sameAs
As a t result the Thirteenth East street streetrrStrvolr streetrsrvoIr tr t tffsrvolr
rrStrvolr had no chance to fill and re remained re remained renatneI ¬
mained empty all day yesterday The Thepressure Tbepr88sure TheTressure
pressure in tha lower district dl trlct ranged rangediruund rangedtruund rangedLruund
iruund 40 pound ounda per square inch during duringthe duringHi
the Hi day da The normal pressure pre aure is from tromto
90 to 100 100Sprinkling 100SprinkUng 100Sprinkling
Sprinkling carts were laid off of alto altogether altogether altogether ¬
gether yesterday estsrda and an arrangement arrangementwas
was made whereby canal water will be besed bes besd
< sed s d to flush sewers to relieve the drain drainon drainot
on 0 the canyon n1on water as much as pos posaiiiU pojllk posjj
aiiiU aiiiUOne jj jllk jllkOne ik ikOne
One irate citizen who called caU at t tn tnwaterworks tl6 tl61ttrworkH thwatrwurk
waterworks offle with a kick yesterday yesterdayUmanded Yealterdayrmanded yeiiterdaYJmanded
Umanded to know why he did not get setwater getwat getwater
water wat r at his house An effort to ex exilain exillaln explain
plain the thing to him was broken off offhort of ofhurt oUhurt
hurt by his cry cryOh cryuh cryoh
Oh it all anyway Its such uch city cityuiifilmsn cityjdlfHmen cityii1msn
uiifilmsn as a we ve have that leads to toJichln toIhln tohIn
Jichln JichlnAnother Ihln Ihlnnother hInnother
nother man called up by telephone telephoned
id t d cried criedFor criedIur criedFur
For heavens sake cant you shut off offJoseph ottJdsph offJac
Joseph Jac pii F Smith and Dick Morris long longrough longfough longrii9gIi
rough lor me to get g t a drink of wa war watT7 Wa1czens
r tT7 T r
tT7Jpzens Jpzens > < > zens threatened ned to sue the city the thevvaterworks Uteatrrworks thetfrworks
vvaterworks tfrworks department the mayor etc etcif etc1t etcIf
if water wtL cr was 1V as S not delivered to them at atThe attl atUo
The tl amount of water flowing flowin through throughtn
tn tl sewers at present is out of all pro prourtlou prCu1UOU prourtlon
> urtlou to the number of connections connectionsd
+ tl1 d is proof that much water is being beingvasted beingasted beingcasted
vasted through leaking tap tape flush tanks tanksu
u t according to a statement by George GeorgeXV OeorgW
XV V Utter city engineer yesterday uterda Mr MrHiter MrHiter MrIbter
Hiter believes that if owners of build buildng butldf1 buildI
ng I f1 g would spend the few cents neces necessary necaslIar necestr ¬
sary lIar tr to repair leaky valves in their theiriijwi theirSf8 theirs
iijwi s the present pre ent water situation would wouldf
If > f materially relieved Thousands Thou and8 of gal galjiia galIl galWi
jiia Il Wi are daily wasted through leakage leakageMr
Mr Ir Riter believes belleyefhre believesilrc
fhre 11 re seems to be an impression among amongT
T I landowners along the th line of the thes
11 s conduit from Big Cottonwood creek creekt creekthe
t the city is in such a position pQ lUon that thatwill thatviU thatnAil
will have to pay large sums tor its itsijght ItsJht Itsrnight
ijght Jht of way As a matter of fact very verylutlc ycry1tll verytl
lutlc tl of the land ItLn will 111 be injured in any anyrisp an anyr
risp 1 r Slwct ct The pipe will be laid covered coveredstored eoeredlp coveredand
lp and the ground leveled ot off and andt andtored
stored t red to the same condition It was In Infor Infor Infore
for fore the pipe was laid After the pipe pipes phelaid piPelaid
s laid the land may be devoted to the theinv theJ thtJ1
inv J agricultural 8 lcultural uses as it was put to toThe toLnfule toljiure
Lnfule LnfuleThe ljiurelhe
The city clt engineer is preparing several severalif severalseriptiofls
if scriptions < tor the condemnation suits suitsthat suUsth4t suitstht
that ure contemplated Most of the land landiwuers landers landWiers
iwuers ers have met the city on fair terms termsind ter ternsd l1s
ind d have deeded de ded rights of way for a aT aIlSonable aasonable
T usonable Bum um but a few are asking askingsums a5klngJms askingurns
sums which the city authorities deem ex exrbitunt exrbltant exrbttunt
rbitunt Condemnation suits will be bel hOmmoned ne net
t vmraenctd at onoe ott Under the law poe pogfsiou POIIfslou poes11L
fsiou of the land may be taken by the thei
i ty t without prior payment or the giving givingf giyingbond
f a L bond
FAVORS FAVORSPUtYIPING PUMPING P M ING PLANT PLANTMayor PLANTMayor f fIlayo
Mayor Morris Signs Resolution Ap Appropriatjng Approprlajng Approprlatjng
propriatjng 5000 5000M 5OOOlur
M L lur ior ur Richard P Morris oYrta yesterday ap apitelop a aIted ftpxived
Ited th the lMOlutlo 1 appropriating itiOO itiOOIt LVOd
d itelop It lop the flow flo In Emigration can eancreek e cantreek n nlr
creek lr k the resolution re ainwooriatlng ainwooriatlnga
a X for the installation Inlitftlla tlon of an au emergency emergencyniipuig omergen omergen11111IUg emergencyipiug
niipuig pla plant > t at the Emlgratton canyon canyonam can canyonakd oll oll1m
am and a number of minor resolutions resolutionsa
a ordinance He H has not yet approved approvedcontract approedi
i P contract tot the Brigham r hLm street > pay pavUH payIh payi
UH i which ws wasawarde awarded to P J Moran Morautc Iorautc Morant
tc t board of public works after th thid the thel thed
< id d l had been made to PalmerTate PalmerTateiink
an anunk
iink i uk L Hines superintendent u rlntendent of the theiCiTworks thed thewrki
d iCiTworks wo wrki > rkJ and George M I Bacon n as asa IUJ IUJiu 52LL
iu a t city llt engineer yesterday ye terday afternoon afternoonisitetl afternoonisltfl afternoonASILF41
isitetl the sump in Emigration canyon canyontu
tu purpose of settling IletUlt1 details de taU prelim prelfntiv
iv y to placing the t emerpeney emer emergency ency pumping pumpinguut
uut t in n position Utn It was wa decdied d to pipe pipewater Jtlp9H
H o water directls dh h from the tunnel into intomains Intomains
1 mains until the bottom of the sump snmpbeen sumpbeen
0 > been cleaned out The sump sumps
s a quantity of sand nd in toe toetnitom t theLtnL e
tnitom 1 tom and the muddy water will be beDumped be14mp beumpd
Dumped 14mp d Into the th creek and permitted to ton tort
n uwar uwarTh 11
Th Ti Th machinery m hlnr for the new pumping mimDinat mpln mplnt <
t will be taken to the site tomorrow tomorrowii tomorrowtiw
ii I the work of installation will be bur 11UfJ
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lioYAXi HtJ AL BREAD is the clean bread breaduadc breadlal breadatit
uadc atit by clean method in a elettn elettnakery cleftnak elettatakery
akery ak r and every loaf bears the thei thetR theROWN
i tR IiO ROWN VN X LABEL Ask your our grocer grocerEleanor grocerit rocer
1 it
Eleanor C Putnam Putnami
i cacher cae her of vocal music pui pupil > il of Ed Ed1und k kiund d dund
und J Myer yer New e York and of Smith Smithuiiege Smithvllege Smithullege
uiiege School of Music Studio 11 11Kighth 111iigith
Kighth j g11th E Eut aat t Ball nIii1lGsz Tel 1CS2Z 1111
Salt alt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SuppliesPcv SupplloaDc SuppliesIcv
Pcv Dc and Finishing Fh lng Main and 8d So SoGordon Soc
1 1L
L Gordon c academy this year offers offerskndid otterst offershndId
t kndid > courses in seventh and eighth eighthrade eighthra eighthi
i ra rade work also a thorough high school schoolf acboolrUt1J
n f rUt1J uru and because becau of the crowded crowdednuition crowdedLt1Ofl
nuition 1 Lt1Ofl tfon of the public school the theu theil thei
u il lmy m offers unusual adHantafC
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NEW YO YORK K LIFE LIFEINSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANY COMPANYTestimony COMPANYTetimony COMPANYTestimony
Testimony of Treasurer Tr asurer Randolph Before Legislative Committee CommitteeProfits CommitteeProfits CommitteeProfits
Profits For F r Policy Policyjiolders Joldersof HQlders of More MoreThan Than 7500000 From FromStocks Fromtocks Fromtocks
tocks Sold and Syndicate Subscriptions
Special Dispatch D1 > atdt to The Herald HeraldN Hera1dNew HeraldNsw
New N w York Sept H laTreasurer Treasurer Edmund EdmundB Edm n9
B Randolph has concluded his testimony testimonybefore tttImonybefore I
before the legislative investigating com committee cornmittee ¬ i
mittee It appears that the New York YorkLife YorkLite YorkLife
Life has been n in about eighty syndicate syndicateOperations snldlcatetlon8 syiidicateOperations
Operations tlon8 and that the profit for policy policyI
bolder ltIer realized hi 2390000 The company companynot
I hu ha not invested nor loaned upon stocks
Pittsburff Seat 31SIxty passengers passengerswere passengerswere passengerswere
were injured nine nln > seriously seriousI by b the over ¬
turning ef a trailer attached to a car caren caron caron
on the Homestead division dlvl lon of the Pitts Pittsburpr Pittaburg
bUrl Street Railway Ual11Ii company near the
GUmwood GI Jlwood bridge this morning The more
seriously hurt ware W re taken to the Homo Hom o ¬
pathy path hospital where they will be com compelled compelled cornpellet ¬
pelled to remain for some time tlm The oUt ¬
ers were ableto able to proceed to their homes
after having their injuries dressed
The car and trailer were crowded to
their fullest capacity many man of the pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers being beln workmen on their way wa to
the th various plant l in the vicinity vlcinlt There
is a steep grade from the Glenwood bridge
to Hays Ha 8 Junction where cars branch off
for surrounding points abd great caution
is used by motormen The brakes refused I
to act properly today tOda however and the
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DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTSFILL FILL VAN VANKeoord VANRecord VAN1aoH
Record in Judgesliip Case Most Pon Ponderous Fondelous Ponderous ¬
derous Ever Presented to Su Supreme Suprem Sitpreme ¬
preme Court CourtThe Court1he CourtThe
The most ponderous IJond rous record ever everpresented everpr everpresented
presented pr sented before the supreme court courtof courtof < ourtot
of any an state will probably be the one to tobe tobQ tobe
be submitted to the supreme court of ofUtah ofUtalt ofttah
Utah in the case of Daniel Hamer against againstJ
J Albert Howell commonly known as asthe asthe asthe
the Second district judgeship contest
Judge Charles i W V Morse was in Ogden
last night engaged in settling the bill billof billot billof
of exceptions for the record in that cate
On motion of the attorneys attorne s for the con contestee contestee contestee
testee Judge Howell How II he h permitted an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment to the bill providing that all
the ballots which were recounted in tho thocase thocase timcase
case should be attached to the record and andgo andgo andgo
go before the supremo court for consid consideration consldralon considerat3ou ¬
eration and review reviewThese reviewThese reviewThese
These include all the ballots cast in the theelection tbeelaction theelection
election of 19M In the Second judicial die district dietrict < Ustrlct ¬
trict comprising Weber Davis and Mor Morgan Morgan Morgan ¬
gan counties Judge Morse directed the thesheriff th6sheriff theSheriff
sheriff of Weber Vo r county to brine brln the
ballots of Morgan and Davis cuuntiea cuuntieato
to the county count elerk of Weber and di directed dlreeted directed ¬
rected the clerk to attach them to the therecord thorecord therecord
record in the case The transcript was wasalready wasalready wasalready
already a record breaker and with these theseexhibits th5oexhlbit theseexhibIts
exhibits added it will probably require a agood agood agood
good sized van to carry carr the record into intocourt Intocourt intocourt
court courtAt courtAt courtAt
At the outset the attorneys for Judge JudgeHowell JudgeHowell JudgeHowell
Howell objected to the settling of the bill billof Nilof billof
of exceptions ecc ptlou15 on the ground groun that too oo much muchtime muchtime muchtime
time had elapsed clap ed Judge Morse overruled overruledthem over overruledthem uled uledthem
them on this point claiming that the 1 e de delay delay delay ¬
lay had been due to the absence of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court and that the attorneys for or the thecontestant thecontestant thecontestant
contestant had taken proper precautions precautionsin
in the matter The attorneys s present were wereC wtreC wereC
C C Richards and O W Y Powers for the thecontestant thelonte9tant thecontestant
contestant Haywa d McCormick W VL VLIaglnnls L LMaglnnis LMaginuis
Maglnnis and James M L Kimball for the thecontestee thecon thecontestee
contestee contesteeAn con testae testaen
An n adjournment was taken until to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night when it is exoected that the hie set settling retthing ¬ I ItUnS
thing of the bill will 111 be completed completedFOR completedFOR completedFOR
FOR NEW RAILROAD RAILROADCourse
Course of Ogden River to Be Changed Changedby i
by Mr Bamberger BambergerPresident BambergerPrdiid BambergerPrcIdtnt
President Prdiid nt Simon Bamberger and Chlet ChletEngimwr ChdctEngineer
Engineer Engl r Vail of the Salt Lake and Og Ogden OgdenraUroad Ogden ¬
den denraUroad railroad made a trip through this thissection thl thlcUon thiseetion
section cUon yesterday fliilterda from the bridge across acrossthe acrossnae acrossthe
the river at Washington aviiue av lme up the thesouth thetOuth thesouth
south side sideot of the river along the proposed proposedrouter propositlroute proposedroute
route of the tmiley tmlle line At one point pointit
it has been decided to change the course courseof counreof courseof
of Ogden Og Mfl river thins saving the construe construction conlitrucUon construetion ¬
tion of two bridges Orders Or 1618 < have been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced
placed with the Colorado Fuel Iron Ironcompany Ironlmpan Ironcompany
company for 25W 5 tons of sixtypound sixtypoundatel sixtypoundsteel
steel t rails 1000 tons to be b delivered im immediately hnmedlatet hamediately ¬
mediately the remainder in December
EXPLORE SOUTHEAST SOUTHEASTS
S T Whitaker to Lead ead Expedition ExpeditionInto
Into Wilds of Utah Utahs
a S T Whitaker is to go on another anotherexploration a11otherexploration anotherexploration I
exploration trip in southeastern Utah UtahHe UtahHe UtahHe
He will finance organise or be and lead his own ownexpedition own8XpedlUon ownexpedition
expedition taking along alon an elaborate elaborate9tographic elaboratephotographic
photographic 1 I In outfit At4 He TTrt inlll will make VkiAlyfl lJ lJJa alarge 1 1rg
Ja large rg number nUnl r of nictures Ielu < s showing up upscenic U1aeenJc upscenic
scenic features featur of the Ut district Mr Vhlt Whitaker Vhltaker Vhltaker
aker will penetrate a portion of the wild wlldNt wildeat wildest ¬
est country hitherto unexplored or at atleaat atnever atleast
least n never ver before photographed photographedHe
He proposes pro to leave th the railroad at atThompsona atThotllpeonlI itThoinpeons I
Thompsona Springs Strin and go soutlnvaat soutlnvaatover 8Outllw 8Outllwoyer soutbwetorer
over the magnificent plateau country countr oft oftfrom ortC1om oftfrom
from Castteton
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Taken to Asylum AsylumFred AsylumFred J JFroo
Fred Kruch son of Charles F Krauch Krauchwa Irauehwas
wa wu yesterday YE taken to the state mental mentalhospital monta montahospital mentalhospital
hospital at Provo after being examined examinedfor alnlnedtor
for hi his sanity anlty by b Dr E I M Yo Conroy Conro and an anDr l I
Dr Lyman Sheen Sk n The young man be became iecame ¬
came Violent several times > yesterday yeaUrdaywhile yesterdaywhile stAilrdny stAilrdnywhile I
while making ready for the trip He was wasfinally w wasfinally
finally taken to the aaylum lutn by b Deputies DeputiesSebrlus DepuUeSebrl DepuUeeSebring
Sebrlus Sebrl and Wilson I
of any nn kind sinc inc 1896 IS It realized re1Uz d ft ftprofit fLprofit 1 1profit
profit from its stbok st o holding ef S54W 4 4OZ
000 000Treasurer Treasurer Randolph t Stlfied that be hehad behad behad
had no syndicate s ndlcate relations himself of ofpersonal ofpersonal a apersonal
personal character and that his hil s sale 5eloCOmlellsatlotl salecompensation lo locompensation
compensation was his salary sa The stocks stockssold stochSsold stockssold
sold by the company since inc 19tl were those thosereceived thosereceived thosereceived
received as profits from syndicate syn icate oper operations operations opetations ¬
ations and ani were Immediately sold in con conformity conformity conformity ¬
formity with the companys bylaws
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SIXTY IXTYP PASSENGERS PASSENGERSINJURED PASSENGERSINJUREDBY INJURED INJUREDBY
BY OVERTURNING OF TRAILER
cars descended the grade with unusual unusualspeed
speed
1 At Hayes Junction there is a sharp sharpcurve sharpcurve
curve The first car managed lUliJ1ll ed to round roundthecurve roundthe roundthe
thecurve the curve but the trailer carrying sixty sixtypassengers sixtypassengers
passengers was thrown from the tracks trackson
on its side A scene of almost indescrib indescribable Indescrlbablo indeacribable ¬
able confusion followed as the upset upsettrailer upsettrailer
trailer was drarsed alomra along a considerable considerabledistance considerabledistance considerabledistance
distance before the inotoi car could be bestopped bestoIped bestopped
stopped Every ono of the sixty passen passengers passengers possesgers ¬
gers was bruised and Injured and it was wasfirst wasilrst wasfirst
first reported that four had been killed killedAVord kllle kllleVord killedWord
Word was Immediately sent to the car carbarns catbarns carbarns
barns at ntGleuwood Glenwood A special car was wasdispatched wasdispatched
dispatched to the scene and all the In Injured Injured injured ¬
jured removed to the barns where they theyreceived theyreceived
received medical attention and the seri seriously eerlousl sertously ¬
ously ousl Injured were taken to the hospitals hospitalsIt
It is expected that all of the injured injuredwill injuredwill
will ultimately recover
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OGDEN OGDENNEWS OGDENNEWSOffice NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
Ogden Thursday Sept 14
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H S M MSuits Suits Give Giveou GireY Givei
i You Y ou Style Service Serrjce and andCost andSatisfaction andSatisfaction
Satisfaction SatisfactionCost
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Cost less than the merchant merchanttailors merchantr l ltai1ors
r tailors suit suit and look better betterHave betterHave v vIiare
Have you ever given an H S Si SMJU1t
1 fMfuit i I utt uttWi Wi a thorough inspection inspectionHave 1nsect1on 1nsect1onI > t tIgae
I Have you ever been onthe on oiitheside the in inside n nld ¬
side ld of one Do itnow it iti nov + we werhave Te Tet
rhave t have aye JTo your r sjze sze and an l St tyl0 tyl0RICHARDSON tyltiI l lRICHARDS
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I RICHARDSON N AfA A AiAMso AiAMsoi 3Ms s Cc CcA o oA
i A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt MENI
At I T TheSign TheSignet The he Sign SignI ¬ fi I O < w 4at4aa 4at4aat fl i J Jof
I t of the Four Foni31TBfrS t t17lips7 it
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WILL MANDAMUS TRUSTEES TRUSTEESCounty TRUST TRUSTEESCountyAttorney ES ESCounty
County CountyAttorney Attorney to Force School Di Directors Directors Directors ¬
rectors to Sign Deed DeedThe DeedThe DeedThe
The trustees of the Slaterville and Ran Randall Runal Randali ¬
dall al school district are still holding out outagainst outngwnst outagainst
against the signing of the deeds for the thetransfer thetranster thetransfer
transfer of the real estate of the respectiveschool r respecUveschool respective spectiveschool
school districts to the county board of ofeducation oteducation ofeducation
education as noted nob tl some time ago in The TheHorald ThenOlald TheHerald
Herald It is probable that County Count At Attorney Attorney t ttorne ¬
torney torne HulanUki Hulanl ki will begin mandamus mandamusproceedings mandamusproceedings mandamusproceedings
proceedings against them in ihe he district districtcourt dlstrl districtcourt t tcourt
court courtWilliam courtWilliam
William Stimson one of the trustees truste of ofBurch otBurch ofBurek
I Burch Creek has also refused to sign signand signand signand
and one of the Burch Creek trustees is isabsent Isubsent isabsent
absent With the exception of these three threedistricts threedistricts threedistricts
districts the transfers are complete Some SomeI Sometime
comrlet
I time ago the county board of 0 education educationemploye educationemplo
I employe emplo County Coun ReporteriQau R r 1ernau < Ellis to tovisit to1s1t tovisit
visit the different districts and get the thesignatures thesignatures thesignatures
signatures of the different trustees truste to the thedeeds thedeedlt thedeedr
deeds deedsThe deedltThe deedrThe
The reasons given by b those tho refusing to tosign tosign tosign
sign Is that the th county board of educa education education ¬
tion has legislated them out of office and andi
I I i that they no longer have any right to toexercIse toI
I exercise any duties pertaining to that thatqffice thatRftlce thatQffice
qffice The answer1 nnswermado made by the county eountvboard countvard
board ard of education and the CQunty at ¬
torney torne is that the legislature exnresslv exnresslvprovided cxnrcsslnrovided exnressiyProvided
provided that all school property pr < perty must mUjh
bo turned over to the county board and andthat andthat andthat
that their duties as trustees have not notceased notceased notceased
ceased nor have they been relieved of ofresponsibility otresponslblUty ofresponsibility
responsibility until they havo done so soSaw soSaw soSaw
Saw a HoldUp HoldUpRobert HoldUpRobert HoldUpRobert
Robert H Bowman about 11 113O oclock
last night reported to the thepollct police station stationI
b by oy telephone teleI > hone that while passing along alongj
I LIncoln avenue between lwent Twentythird thlrd thlrdI
j I and Twentyfourth streets s reet8 he was a wit
ueaa u nes to a holdup He passed nearby >
where here one man was standing in front of ofanother ofanother
another one and holding a pistol in his
face was rifling his pockets Bowman
who resides resl es at 160 Twentythird street
has n 5 a wooden leg and was not able to ren ¬
der the man any assistance Xo other otherreport otherreport otherreport
report was mad to the police station of
the matter and an there is a little doubt
that the holdup was genuine
About 1230 I2 oclock this morning down downnear
near tho Southern Pacific bridge one man manwho menwho
who answered in a general way the de description iE iEscription e escriptlon ¬
scription of the highwayman blgha II1an who vas ip p
erating up town earlier In the theilISlt night got ot
In among a crowd of eight who were werespending wereJfllendlng werepending
spending the night at the Southern Pacific
bridge He presented his sun un and made
the bunch line up Only one man In the thecrpwd tilecrpwd thecrpwd
crpwd had anything worth defending J
B R Moore with 510 10 and a watch 5ev Several Severalothers everalothers ral ralotlers
others lost small sums andpock knives
Moore resorted the affair to the police po tic
He H said the man behind the gun un had a awhite awhite
white handkerchief tied over his face faceand faceand faceand
and was very tall Some of the others othersof othersof thersof
of the eight victims showed little con concern 011 Oflcorn ¬
cern and there is a a suspicion W8 Ic1ot1 ttat they
knew know the highwayman highwaymanKlsner hlghwlnanKlsner highwaymanKisner
Klsner l ound Guilty GuiltyThe GuiltyThe GuiltyThe
The jury jur in the case of C M Ktener Kteneryesterday Ki Kisneryesterday ner nerresterdll
yesterday made short work of his oase oasewhen oasewhen easewhen
when it was submitted to them Kianer Kianerwas Kljlnerwas Kinerwas
was promptly convicted of burglary hurlar and anda I
a recommendation to mercy mere was with
held He will be sentenced tomorrow tOJUorro by b I
Judge Howell Immediately after the the1lsposltlon theilsposition
disposition of the Kisner case the the1 trial trialof trialof iaJ iaJor
of Edward W V Holmes Hohn 1 charged withas withassaulting wilhftssliultlng wlth xts xtssaulting ¬
saulting another man with a razor on
June 29 was taken up U and the juryse jurysecured jU1aecured Juryseeured ¬
cured At the commencement of the trial j
the defendant withdrew wl l1drew his plea of gaili gnu
tV t and an l the district attorney was allowed allowedID
ID P 1 change his information by naming the theweapon thewtlipon theyeapou
weapon The defendant then entered a aplea aJJeo aplea
plea ef t t not guilty and the th trial trialproceeded vfti vftiproceeded ta taproceeded
proceeded with hvltliout thout further delay delayOgden doia doiaOgden
Ogden Briefs BrlefcThe I I r rFnUt H Hwas
The session of the cJt1n clt uitii n WIIh wthh
was Vag to have been held here last hastgbt hastgbtl Nt ifljrhtr ifljrhtrwas jtp
was 5t 8 postponed no quorum betoff < urea prosA res resA
l t
tA
A marriage license was tatmed ued yester y Mer r ¬
day d k to Arnold d Shurtliff aged91 a6 aged tuwl a and d Mise IiM
Ruth filchard Richardson on aged II lIIDtb th or Oc I
den 4cnTbO
Th The amjuaV convtaitlun CO VQlICOIl of the th Young
Mens and alldYol Young Lakes Mutual Im Improvement 1melOiemnt Improtexneat ¬
provement associations will be heM hekInect hekInectun nest nestunujfy next5unUhy
5unUhy 5unUhyLI unujfy un 1 T TL
L LI Shipley suptrfntendent suptrnt n ut of t con construction on construction ¬
struction for the United Stat Sateaayern Sateaayernmont Statasgov L ern ernmento rn rninent
mont on the federal building has gone ne
to Boise un business businessJames businessJamee
Ja James Wadman of Plain City CJt has dis disposed disposed dieposed ¬
posed of hl hilt farm to John Biitghain and andwill andyil1
will remove fOl oe to Ogden where hie h is I build ¬
ing a home on Twelfth street streetTho IiJt streetfho t trho
Tho wedding of Miss Thel Young Ycmn5 and
Albert Albr W y Jacob of t Rochester N 1 Y YwIHb Yw1l111 Ywiilb
wIHb w1l111 solemnised aOlOinidzetlted3y today y at the home or orthe ortUff ortile
the brtdftij parents parell Mr and Mrs A D
Ypun YpunA YpunxA
A man giving the name of Charles Jell Jenstable
1sJngS hired 1 horse from CoMlYS livery
stable Tuesday fue da1 afternoon and has ha failed
tp return the animal The sheriff has
been notified of the theft theftThe theftThe theftThe
The The O S S 1 L 1 Iff buyinga buYing a number uumb of of8cf ofpIeces ofpieces
8cf pIeces of Property prOI rty on tho south ajd of
Thirtieth street IIItr t They are ucqnlrlnV ucqulI1n a arjght arJiht aright
right of way WIi for Its tracks into the th city
over ofer the Sand Ridge cutoff cutoffParley cutoffParley cutoffParley
Parley S Johnson the 11yearold l1 earolcl son sonat 11 11fit
fit f Mr and Mrs Jesse Johnson John n died yes yesort es esord
trdtty ord y at the Citmll fzhnily resldtnce 2136 136 StlW
ort it avenue avenue of diphtheria The funeral funeralwill
will occur at 10 ocloc ocl c this th1 mqrnins mqrninsBUILDING nlQrningBUILDING niarningp niarningBUiLDING
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BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL COUNCILConstitution COUNCilc COUNCILC1onstitution
Constitution c C1onstitution Revived at Yesterdays YesterdaysSession YesterdaSSessIon YesterdaysDenver
Session SessionDanyar SessIonD
Denver D n 6r Sept 13 llThe Tn International InternationalBuilding Int InternationalBuilding m UonQl UonQlDulldJns
Building Trades council revised Ita con constitution consutiOJ1 constutiou ¬
stitution today The principal revision Is Isiii IslItronrd isI
iii lItronrd I regard to public works The body has hnstal611 hastaken
taken u strong stand against n lnst the t c award awardot Hwardor awardof
ot general ge eralconlroQts contracts for municipal and andstate iLl1dstuta andstatO
state buildings and improvements Tho Thoconstitution Thocontltutlon Theconstitution
constitution as revised makes mqk 6 the aboll abolition abolltiu ¬
tion of the contract system one of othe otheprlnclpDl the theprincipal theprincipal
principal objects of the councils councll endeavor endeavorThe ondeavorThe endeavorTIte
The establishment of a universal eight
hour day and the adjustment of ofall ofaU ofall
all disputes and affairs arising arisingwithin arisIngwithin arisingwithin
within tho body ltaelf < without th the inter ¬
ference of outside bodies wero two other otheramendments otherarr otherziniezulinents
amendments arr endmentsadolted adopted Outside utsid of these thesematters thesematters
matters 1t tters the new constitution so far as asprepared asprQpared asprepared
prepared makes no radical changes changesA
A communication Commu n leatI was IlS read from ro 111t11o 111t11oIligj the thegranfl thegrul
granfl secretary ot 0 4 t3z e JB ttNrfcflodxof tJ1ftllJtoQd or ortncf ort1hIntoimnce
tncf hieinee of Wy i ra ill lJel ifip jlfng jlfnginu
Iligj tThG1fIde5 rndes co c00p41L = 114i1 r lttJVo lttJVot tpo tpottiiThFoid
t ttiiThFoid inu n1u n1u1ou house 1ou fcarwrntere 1m ore for fo WOl work woz4t at t
th thu P tffihanta emse n 0 t
WHOLE STORY IS TOLD TOLDExState TOLDExState TOLDExState
ExState Senator Bunkers of Califor California Cal Califoriila or ora ¬
nia a Makes Fall and Com Complete Complete Cornplete ¬
plete Confession ConfessionSuuraiueuto ConfessionSacraJucuto ConfessionSacramento
Sacramento Sept 13 13Brought Brought from his hisprison hi hiprlon hisprison
prison cell to confront his alleged asso associate 330elate associate ¬
ciate in thtt tb boodling combine of last win wInter winLet
ter Harry Bunkers nunke exstate senato
from San Francisco made a complete comp te con conlOSBion
lOSBion today on the witness stand ii In
Judge Halts courtroom where the tl trial trialog trialog trialog
og 12 h J Emmons one of the quartet or o
the state senate indicted by the grand
Jury was In progress From the moment momentof mon < ut utof
of his entry to the courtroom until he h
left it pale and perspiring three hours
lator Bunkers was the central fbfuro flxt in inone i1ono liione
one of the most dramatic exposes in crim ¬
inal trials of this state He left nothing
untold and in his eagerness to unbosom
himself he forestalled the objections of
the defense with statements relating to tothe tothe tothe
the motives and actions of the four tis tisffraced l1isgraced is isgraced
graced legislators Much of this was wasstricken Wasstricken wasstrickez
stricken from the testimony He detailed
the plan of campaign which he says was wasone wasone wa waone
one whereby whereb tho building and loan atsc atscciations ztseciations tFSlclatlons
ciations of tile state were to be held htlilup lulclup heldup
up and un compelled to pay for protection
He told also of receiving receivin mon mlin > y suit ¬
ing that Joseph Johnson had dropi droplitid > ed hit hitroll hi hiroU lilaroil
roll of 350 350 O in his pocket as he h stood in inthe inthe inthe
the street Just as Jordan said he diJ and l d
had said that Emmons received his share
but two minutes before Lastly Lat Uy he toid toidof toidot toldof
of the terror and fright that followc I the theexpose theexpose theexpose
expose in the senate of a hasty confer confert conference contettnce confeIOnce
t Once held In Emmons room over r tao t dt dtposal d1t108al dzFocal
Focal of tho marked bills and of tie sup t u uselSUons
gestions that were made to clear them tnemsehe themselves
selves of guilt guiltllunlters guiltBunkers
Bunkers was still on the th staid t l11 when whuicourt whtncourt whenCourt
court adjourned for the day daya dayCRAZE dayCRAZE
a
CRAZE FOR FORATHLETICS FORATHLETICSPresident ATHLETICS ATHLETICSPresident ATHLETICSPresident
President Angell Lays the Blame BlameUpon BlameUpon BlameUpon
Upon the Public PublicAnn PublicAnn PublicAnn
Ann Arbor Mich Sept 13President 13PresidentJames 13Prf5ldentJames lPresidefltJarne5
James B Ansell of the University of ofMichigan ofMichigan ofMichigan
Michigan in his annual report made pub publie pulJUc pubhic
lie today lays upon the shoulders of the thegeneral tbeseneral thegeneral
general public a large share of responsi responsibility responsibility reSponSibiiity ¬
bility for 01 the increasing = craze for ath athletic athletic athletic ¬
letic games Sames SamesThe gamesThe
The public publicaro are as crazy about football footballas
as the students he says and he adds addsthat addsI addsthat
I that one might as well ask college men mennot mennot mennot
not to share in the excitement of a presi presidential presldentlol presidential ¬
dential election as to expect them not to toparticipate toparticipate toparticipate
participate In the prevalent craze for aUl athletics aUlletlcg aUlletter ¬
letter letlcgCommenting letterCommenting
Commenting upon the fact that the men menstudents monstudents menstudents
students are drifting to the scientific and andengineering andengineering andengineering
engineering courses while the women womenstudents womenstudents womenstudents
students are re nearly ail pursuing the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course In arts President Angell suggests suggeststhe
the Question whether the oldfashipned oldtashipnedJiboral oldfashipuedliberal
liberal training tralnln is not largely to be monop manopoUzad inonopolized
olized by tho women womenRECEPTION womenRECEPTION WomenRECEPTION
RECEPTION PLANNED PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR
FOR THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTWashington PRESIDENTWashington PRESIDENTWashington
Washington Sept 13 13A A movement is ison i ion ison
on foot to glvo President Roosevelt a acordial acordial
cordial popular reception on his return returnto
to Washington Sept 20 from his summer summerhOflle summerhome
home at Oyster Bay It Is Intended that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the demonstration shall be entirely of an aninformal aninformal anInformal
informal character without parade or orspeechmakinff or5petchmaking orspeechmaking
speechmaking only an assembling ot otthe o othe ofthe
the citizens of Washington on Pennsylva Pennsylvania
ala avenue to greet tho president as he herides herJdes herides
rides from the railroad station to the theWhite theWhlte theITh1ite
White House It was ordinarily proposed prQPo proposedthat et1 et1that
that the reception should be more for formal formal forinal ¬
mal and in recognition of the presidents presidentsservices presidentliservices presidentsservices
services In bringing the Portsmouth peace peaceconference peaceconference peaceconference
conference to a successful termination terminationbut
but the simpler plan is believed to bo more morenearly morenearly morenearly
nearly in accordance with the wishes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the president presidentARRIVED I1resldento I1resldentARRIVEDFROM presidentARRIVED
o
ARRIVED ARRIVEDFROM FROM MANILA MANILASan MANILASan MANILASan
San Francisco Sept 13 litThe The United
States transport trans ort > Sheridan arrived arriv d from
the Philippines today at the transport lranf > jt
dock having first discharged several
troops of cavalry at the Presidio Pr ldlo There Therewere ThONwere Therewere
were about fortyfive sick on board that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were taken to the general hospital The Thecavalrymen rheeRvalrrmen Thecavalrymen
cavalrymen will ba quarantined t the ihecantonment th thcantonment thecantonment
cantonment until transportation facilities facilitiescan lcHlUescan
can be arranged to take them to the per permanent Jtrmnnent perinanent ¬
manent quarters at Fort Ogilthorpe Ga GaDUTCH GaCS GaDUTCH
CS CSDUTCH
DUTCH TAKE PALOPO PALOPOAmsterdam PALOPOmSteranm PALOPOAThsterdam
Amsterdam AThsterdam Sept 13A 13 A dispatchjfrom dlspatch JIl
Batavia island of Java announces announ es tJat
the Dutch troops have captured Patopo
the capital of Prince Leowoe of th is ¬
land of Celebes which has been causing
the Dutch trouble The garrldtKi of
Palopo offered a strong resistance resI8tJH e and andthe andthe andthe
the town was only on 1 taken after a sharp
fight
TROUBLE AT ST LOUIS LOUISSt
St Louis Sept 1JL ltTh The St Louis Typo Tn
thetae tonight unanimously unanlm luly voted against aJalnstthe againstthe
the esight hour proposition thus bringing
to a crisis the controversy contrV lJY betweeu betw el the 1heemployers theemploycis
employers and the local job printers FJI 11 I
lowing this action the txecuMve < > commit coaiinittee Coannittee committee
tee of Typographical liSUonNo I14iqn Qn No S hen hejrancalling hencalUn begancalling
calling out its inemoen niem 818J arid 81 it is I os ospected x xpeeled xpected
pected the strike will i if t > fttneral tomor tomorrow tQmvrrow tornorrow ¬
row The total number num er ot printers in involved Involved involved ¬
volved is estimates esthnat p at Wfc WfcSCHOOL weSCHOOL tLo tLSCHOOL
o
SCHOOL OF OFARTSAND ARTS AND SCIENCESThe SCIENCES SCIENCESThe
The State School of Arts 1t8 and Sciences Sciencesoffers Sciencesoffers Sciencesoffers
offers full collegiate courses In arts artsand artsan artsand
and an sciences embracing the followingsubjects followingsubjccts following aJlowlngsubjects
subjects which are largely elective electiveEnglish electivebiikflsh
English Sh and a 1d AYneflcan Ain fUt h literature art artelocution artelocution artelocution
elocution physical education ancient ancientand ancientand
and modern languages history eco economics ceonoinies ¬
nomics and sociology law ethics and andphilosophy andphi1osopbr andphilosophy
philosophy mathematics and astron astronomy atronomy ¬
omy physics and an chemistrybiology chemistrybiologygeology chemistry biologY biologYgeology bIologygeology
geology and mineralogy etc The Tliefirst Thefirst
first two years ot a medical course ai aioffered are areoffered te teoffered
offered offeredGraduates offeredGraduates offeredGraduates
Graduates from accredited high highschools highschools highschools
schools are admitted without examina examination examination examinatlon ¬
tion tionThe
The School of Arts and Sciences te tethe Itithe
the chief or the three state schools schoolsthat 8 schoolsthat < hool3 hool3that
that comprise the tJnlversity of Utah UtahFor UtahFot UtahFor
For catalogue and full information informationaddress informatiopaddress I Iaddress
address I
TJNJVERSITY ERSITY OF UTAH UTAHSalt UTAHSalt UTAHSalt
Salt Lake City Cit Utah UtahREMOVAlOF
> 4 4REMOVALOF REMOVAlOF REM V t o = THE THE LIBRARY LIBRARYOld I
Old One Closes Sept 27 27ew New ew Opens OpensOct OpensOct I IOct
Oct 25 25Jlisa 2 25Miss I IOIies
Miss Joanna Jt + llR H Sprafue Sp Hbfturi td n D yes yesterday yesteraa yeaterday ¬
terday teraa announced thkt thkt th the Be e pliblfo pliblfolibrary pUbltcllb pbblelibrary
library llb r1 would ouhl close on o Sept Se 2fc for too thupurpoTsi toopurpo thepurpo5
purpoTsi purpo of oijffecUn iaffecUnstlit tI rftmov removal l to Hje Hjenew tlJJnew thgpew
new new Packard ackurd llbMry Ub fY buljaftig g on State Statestreet Statestreet Statesweat
street All 11 books iii must be b returned to e toe toelibrary ttwlibrary tilelibrary
library building before Sept 27 a tyd d no nonooks nobooks nobooks
books will be issued after Sept 28 2 It It is isboliaved IslJolioed isbelieved
believed that the transfer can be effected effectedin fetedIn
in a m6nth m nth th an aId l that the library win re reopen re reopen r ropen ¬
open in the now building about Oct OctLUCKY 5
LUCKY MISTAKE MISTAKEGrocer MIST MISTGrocer MISTAKEGrocer
Grocer Sent Pkg of Postum Postmand PostmandOpencd and andOpened andOpenedtheEYeS
Opened OpenedtheEYeS the Eyes of the Family FamilyA
A lady writes writes from Brookline Mass MassA
A package pacm c of Postum Coffee was wassent wassont wassent
sent me one day by mistake mistakeI
I notified tho grocer but finding findingthat tln fln6ln fln6lnthat iln ilnthat <
that there was no coffee the l old kind kindfor khuIfor kindfor
for breakfast next morning I prenQred prenQredsome prepqr prepqrsome prepqrelsome
some Postum Po turn following the directions directionsvery directionsvery
very carefully carefullyIt careuUIIIt I
IIIt It was an Immediate success in piy piyfamily P1Ytamily piyfamily
family and from that day we have haveused haveused haveused
used it It constantly parents and chll chlldren cliiidren
dren too for my three rosy young youngsters youngstern oungaters ¬
stern are allowed to drink It freely St Stbreakfast t tbreakfast tbreakfast
breakfast and luncheon They think thinkit
it delicious and I lwould would have a mutiny mutmyon
on my m hands should Tomit r r omit the beloved belovedbeverage beloedbeverage belovedbeverage
beverage Jiy husband used to havt havta lmva
a very ver delicate stomach while we were wereusmg WeTe1slngt veeusing
using > coffee but to our surprise his hisstomach hl8stomach hIsstomach
stomach has grown strong tron and entire entirely enUrely entirely ¬
ly well since we quit coffee and have havebeen llliv8ben havebeen
been on Postum PostumXotlns postumXotlng PostumNotIng
NotIng the goad effects eff ls in myfam myfamily my fam ¬
fly 11 I wrote to my sister who was a acoffee aofee acoffee
coffee toper and nndart6r after much persua persuaalon per perusdon ua uaIdon
don got her to try Poatum She was wasprejudiced TaspreJudle wasprejudlee4
prejudiced against it at first but when whenshe whensbe Imerz Imerzshe
she presently found that all the all ailments allments allments ¬
ments that coffee gave her left and andshe andshe andshe i
she got well quickly she became and andremains andreninlns andremains
remains a thorough and enthusiastic enthusiasticPostusn enthuslnsUcPos enthusiastioPostumn
Postusn Pos um convert Her nerves which1 which1had which whichhad whichhad
had become e shattered by the use of otcoffee ofcoften ofcoffee
coffee have h ve grown gr wn hpaltliy b tllU again and andtoday nndi nnditodtly pntTtoday
today she is a new woman thanks thaukhPoatum to toPostumrjnme
>
Postumrjnme Poatum larne given h hPostum hPostumBattle PostumC PostumCBattle
Battle Cre Creel Jt MI Mih hanli and the r r11Y l5ti l5tinhy
nhy 11Y will bl oun1 in the gr grat n I flt
boqk Xlm 1tQWallv1UR Jt Jtof1
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I IpRYCOODS
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pRYCOODS 370Rz 370RzHere
Here They Are AreLatest
The Specials lor Thursday TlursdayI
I
Up to S1j9 100 Values BeauufulJy IEeauAfutIylii Jeweled JeweledHA
i HA T PINS Latest La Latestlmporcd Novjelties NovjeltiesA v Imporled ImporledNovjelties m ed 251 251A
I A variety of beautiful dtMgus and combinations iii i swell doubfr d > ubkt t hat
i rins rirHGarJ1tts Garrfrts Sapi Saplhlls > liirts Emerils < Topaz Rhinestones Rhli 5tonfS etc etc r tJ Il 1 11gl1 11gl1class ign ignclass ighclass
class stones mounted In extra quuiiiy gold filled settings 5ettln worth up to LK
j Special for Thursday as above aboveThree abo abo25r abovtEiEefSo <
25r tEiEefSo P fOeThis fOe
Three Gaffes in a Box BoxThis BoxThis
This special soap sale for one on lay only v111 and includes imlll es a i t popii fJ rcriur ltr
odprs in standard 2je J 3 bostd Lo ed goods such u1i as Rot Lilac LilacCloir Clover Heliotrope HeJi tNP
I Carmition Florida Flori a water Buttermilk uto tu etc ctoOne ot otU otOne
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One Bay Advance Selling ot New NswSOc Neww New50c
I w W4ISTINtS SOc cs Mercerized iiS Fail FailHandsome FallW4ISTINtS 351 351Handsome C CHandsome
Handsome new embroidered White TV aistings in dainty small figures
5suJyI1lnSFcerl highly mercerIzed d andrjtm1anelit and permanent lustre The Til very Y r latest Imported d fabric
I for rorfall fall Bought Boughtto to sell at SOc Spcual SPAIIIIOI for Thursday only OI1I oLiIyperyrd5c oLiIyperyrd5c4LE4DiRQPdiww per yard S5c S5cA 5ej
j I
A 4LE4DiRQPdiww 4LE4DiRQPdiwwi LEADfR i 40 f IN MEW MEW42Inch
i i 65c Fall Dress Loods 45 C C42inch
J
116
42Inch e extra special p 1 grade of Melrose for skirts and dresses In all the I
leading new shades and black Bought Hou ht to sell for C5c O5 per yard Special
for introduction on Thursday only per yard 45c
100 lInice lIniceI
I
I lace Jacket JacketCollars lacheCollar lacketCollara
i Collars CollarsExtra CollarI
i
Extra large size ecru ecruVenice ecruVenice ecruVenice
Venice lace jacket col collars collars collars ¬
lars in beautiful heavy heavylace heavylace heavylace
lace effect Special for forThursday forThursday Ol OlThursday
Thursday as above aboveSSe aboe65c
SSe SSeI
I
Finished Sofa SofaPillow SofaPillow I IPillow
Pillow Covers CoversHandsome CoversHandsome i iHandsome
Handsome finished finishedand finishedand I Irt
and tinted sofa p1 p1low pil pillow ¬
low covers coversfinished coversfinishedin finished finishedin rt sg sgIn
in oil size 18x18 18x18Inches 18x18Inches lSxlSinches
Inches regular fie 26ctops fietops c ctops
tops all ready for foruse forUSl foruse
use Special at atonly atonIJ atonly
only I
15c j
SITUATION SITUATIONAT AT BAKU BAKUStrikers BAKUStrlkerri
Strikers Placing I xpiosives on the theStreet thei theStreetCar theStreet i
Street StreetCar Car Lines Linest
t Petersburg P Sept IS lSReprtsent lSReprtsenttI Reprtsenta Reprtsentalitf
litf tI tIVs a of th the principal > industries in the theCaucasus theuPisu thecfiucasus
Caucasus uPisu including thoso < ofUtha of of theN tho NBbal NBbalfSmpStty Npbelemtniikly bol bolnP
fSmpStty nP called aart don on Finance MinisterJkovsoff Minister ftnlstorkovBoff JlnlstorslcovaotJ
Jkovsoff kovBoff and asked that tll t the tragp b bt bf bfA11QVPtllJ i iict
ict t Jil UlBrWOElcgi i that tile fie poli Dolta service servicei S et rvlclJ rvlclJaftllmift rvlceT4tnuAed
i T4tnuAed B iWavaiJ5tiitft aftllmift si along long lean with withET withilmVAtl
ltitT1hnie ilmVAtl I and t a Joiy Ot ET loan with aflbIst 1t
Ist li Rrct h Jt t l I rh ri1r I11 fn fnt
t r 4 O
New Fall FallBoils FallBelts FallBelts
Belts BoilsHandsome BeltsHandsomc BeltsHandsome
Handsome neat tail tailored tailored tailoreti ¬
ored effects In black blacksilk blacksUir blacksilk
silk belts also the popu ¬
lar leather belts in
black and colors 35c to
EOc values values25c values25c
25c
HANDSOME IINDSOflENEW NEW FALL F1LLSKIRTS
SKIRTS 395 395For
For Misses Ises and lJd Women WomenSALT WomenSALT WontonSALT
SALT LAKE WOMEN AND ANDMISSES ANDMiSSES
I MISSES HAVE LONG SINCE SINCEDISCOVERED SINCE SINCEI SINCEDISCOVERED
I DISCOVERED THAT COffiJS COffiJSSTORE COffNSSTORE 1 1STORE
STORE IS THE T PLACE TO TOBUY TOnuy T0BUY
BUY HIGH CLASS SKIRTS AT ATSMALL ArSMALL ATSMALL
SMALL COST COSTTomorrow COSTTomorrow COSTTomorrow
Tomorrow ire will ill put on gale saleio 810 810l
150 l O Womens and Misses Skirts Skirtsmade Skirtsmade Sldrtsmade
made of tweeds cheviots and novel novelty 1l0Velty BovClty ¬
ty mixtures mixturesThey mixturesThey t
They come in various new styles stylessuch stylossuch stylessuch
such as cluster pleats oven pleats pleatsetc pleatsetc pleatsetc
etc etc Colors black navy blue bluebrown bluebrou I Iwll
brown wll aud mixtures Lengths 3t l to toanceof
13
They have b e the style and an appear appearance apleulance ¬ t tnients
ance anceof of the finest high class gar garments garments ¬
ments remarkable values every everyone eve everyone 1 1one
one choice only 395
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4 + + 4 t 4 4 t 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 + t ti + + + 9 9SCHOOL + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
i SCHOOL HAS BEN N OPENED OPENEDJUST f ft t tJUST
t JUST THREE DAYS DAYSAnd DA YSII i iAlld
And you have not yet secured thatnew that thatnew
+ 4 new Suit for your Boy BoyHE Bo BoHE
+
+ 14 HE HEEDS IT ITWE ITs t
t s WE WEHAVEIT HAVE HA IT ITCome 1 j
J 1 Come ome and get it it t Dont D l1t put off offanother 3 3I 354i3 I Ill
+ I 54i3 another ll th r day the opportunity opportn llty of exam examining exams ¬ t
t s ining 1U our stock of Boys School Cloth ClothRUFF Clothib l
I ib r1 IJ1g nigRUFF + I
+ + 1 1t
t RUFF AND TUFFSUIT lUFF UFFtSUlT SUIT 500 500Double 5 00 00J i
t J Double seat and Double oubJe knee The Thevery Thevery
+ very best b est Suit SU it on on the them market arket for the theWe thepnce I It
f t I pnce pncef nrice I
f We Wehavealaigeassortrnentxroin Wehavealaigeassortrnentxroini We have a large assortment from rom
i I 1150 50 to 8iOO 3OO 00 All sizes sizesYou sizest izest izest
t
t You know the place placeWHERE placet t
t L WHERE THE CLOTHES FIT FIT11I1L i iI
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I rOUlTON OUIJONMADSEN MADStNu OW Wf CO o
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+ + + + + t ± + + 4 + + + + + + 44 + + 4 4 + + 4 4 + + 4 4I 4of + + + + + + + + t tii
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Bread BreadALL 3 Wholesome WholesomeOUWN
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OUR OUWN C COWN COWNALL OWN OWNU
I ALL GROCERS GROCERSSELL TRADE jARK U = IK LABEL LABELON LABELSELL LABELSELL
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SELL IT rfc ON ON EVERY LOA LOAF LOAFH LOAF4444A444
4444A444 + + + + 444H4 H t 44 + + t 4 + + + 4 + H + + + + + + n 14 lH + 4 + + + + + + + f4 + e4 + + + i t
eiple with the tb requests made by tilts
deputation and rahi ald that he was ready totn to tooooperate tocooperate
oooperate In every possible way with the theoil thooU
oil men menThe menThe menThe
The deputation consented to the minis
ters tel request to resume r ume u te ue e delivery of ofnaphtha otnaphtha ofnaphtba
naphtha to the T6ga Y ga steamboat com comiwniea COlnl cornlanies
iwniea l oles in order to prevent the dislocation dislocationof
of trade tradePrivate tradePrivate tradePrivate
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stones it n on the stroot raiway lines for tho thoi thopurpose thepurpose
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which we have lost somewhere somewherein
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sarania etc and all Nervous Private Privatearid Privateand Privateand
and Chronic Disease Dii eII Consultation ConsultationFree Conwltt1of1Free ConnzltatiouPree
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and ud tutl ta adteI eal 1 ear t e thertt t1erllt a aqubStJon aqUtlUon aQuestion
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gland to Its n normal state and a this thisw tidete thiswe
we w aacomplUh promptly p and andpletely eo eopieteiy
pieteiy te without ft t th the r use e of 1 1aa1 hater haternal im r rnl
nl remedies reme41 Our treatment la a alocal 11JoeLl alocal
local one tntinly it is original originaland orictl11and originaland
and scientific and nd has been proven provenabeoiutciv preeftabOlutc1 provenaheciutedy
abeoiutciv effective by thousands thousandsof
of tests We are convinced that by byno byno byno
no other methods can run and per permanent peEJlonent perraunent ¬
manent restoration of strength and andvigor andvlaor antivIgor
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never seen us personally If you are afflicted afmct and ait cannot call write us for ad p4vie6and vic eeand and
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