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TUB SA1T SAL r LAKE JfcJERALD TUESDAY 1UESD y SEPTEMBER SEPTE IBER 19 1905 19O 5
SOVEREIGN SOVEREIGNORAND SOVEREIGNORANDLODGE GRAND GRANDLODGE GRANDLODGEMEETING
LODGE LODGEMEETING LODGEMEETINGJutpouring MEETING MEETINGng MEETINGoutpouring
outpouring ng of Odd Fellows FellowsTemple FellowsTempleToo Temple TempleToo
Too Small for Crowd CrowdREPORT
4 4 REPORT OF QFT QFTHEGRANQSIRE QFTHEGRANQSIRESUBORDITE THEGRANDSIRE THEGRANDSIRESUBORDINATE lfG ANJ S RE RESUB
SUBORDINATE SUB RtN TE JLODGE MEMBER MEMBERSHIP MEMBER MEMBERSHIP PEMBERSHIP
SHIP IS 1217145 IS1217114 IS1217114Philadelphia 151217145Philadelphia 1217145Philadelphia
Philadelphia S Sent BC 18 Dlttsreeable 12Dt 1LDagreeab1eveather Dlttsreeableweather greeable greeableveathol
weather conditions marked the ha formal formalopening formalOpening rormftlopenIng
opening today toda of the efghtyflrat com communication cemtnunlcatlon corntflUnIcatt ¬
munication tflUnIcatt of the sovereign grand grandlodge gmndlodge grRndiodge
lodge of the Indapendant Ind Plndttnt Order of Odd OddFellows OddFellows OddtrellowL
Fellows The initial exercises exerel es were wereheld wernbeld ere ereheld
held in Lulu temple which was wa entirely entirelyInadequate entire entireInadequate entirelyinadequate
Inadequate to accomodate the crowds crowdsEvery Ctow crowdsEvery s sEvery
Every jurisdiction of the order is 18resente1 rep represented r p presented ¬
resented at the conclave The report pf pfGrand 9tGrand QfGrand
Grand Sire Wright shows hows how the total totalsubordinate tot totulBubordlnae l lsubordinate
subordinate lodge membership to be 1 121j43
217143 encampment membership lit I7tS89
S89 Rebakah membership 4749Q 4749Qnumber tNManumber 474 61 61turnber
number of subordinate lodges l d ea 11116 11116expenditures HXloxpenditures 112Iexpenditures
expenditures for relief 46334 total totalrevenues totaltcvenues totalrevenues
revenues 513618791 total to 1 resources reourc
37645071 Continuing the report roportstates rportstates reportstates
states statesThe statesTl1e statesThe
The increase in membership of our oursubordinate ourBuboldlnate ourSubOrdiflitte
subordinate lodges was u 05724 in the theencampment theeneJJmpment theencampment
encampment branch WO in the Re Rebekah Rebekah Rebekab
bekah branch 26391 making makln a total in increase Increaso increasc ¬
crease 102105 The patriarch mill militant mlUtalt milltat ¬
tat will show a decrease de < rease in member membership membelshiP membership ¬
ship but that decrease is only nominal nominaland nominaland nominaland
and doubtless results from a clearing clearingout
out of names that would ould not be h prafc prafcsnt PlQSnt preSnt
snt nt or active in that branch The i iirease fD fDlr Inreae
lr irease alie in receipts for the year was wasaO was1Oi7
751077 aO 1Oi7 7 The increase in resources was was2tl4951 U
2974951 9749 l and the increase in relief leJt reliefttT139 t tui139
207189 The militant branch alone in inur inur Inur
> ur organizations fails a substantial substantialincrease substantialIncrease substantialIncrease
increase There has been a loss Ph Phmembership fbmembership lbmembership
membership during the year ear of a littleewer little littlever littlecver
ewer > 300 This condition of affairs in inmy Inm Inmy
my m judgment demands immediate tmm dte gut IOtenUOn gutentlon at atlention
lention and ptrhape radical measures measuresThe measuresThe measuresrho
The statistical stall tical information for pr the theihn theuar theuar
uar In the report of Grand Seorott Secretary r rlhn
r lhn ihn B Goodwin Goodlnfncluded included the follow following toHow1g toilowg ¬
1g ing g 124210 candidates initiated 64285 64285nembers iIlinember 54215nembers
nembers suspended and J3Gl5dled J3Gl5dledSince 13011 died diedSince dIedSince
Since 1880 the order has initiated 2 2S2726S
S2726S 263 candidates 292511 511 members have havedied haedied
i
1 died diedV
diedThe
V The report upon the various homes homesfor homei1fO
j for fO the care re of its orDhans and aged agfdBrethren agtdJrethren agedretilren
Brethren shows thirtyeight thlrt elght institu institutions institutions lnstttuuons ¬
tions tionsJUDGE tionsJUDGE uonsT uonsJUDGE
T +
JUDGE PONDERING OVER OVERTAGGART OVERTAGGART OVERTAGGARTDIVORCE
TAGGART TAGGARTDIVORCE DiVORCE CASE CASEWooMter CASEVOOlit CASEVoeater
WooMter VOOlit t 0 Sept 18 ISJudge Judge Eason is isiot isot I
lot ready 1eftc1 to announce his decision in inthe indie
the Taggart divorce cas ease It is under understood understood understood ¬ I
stood that another week may elapse elapseBefore elapse1efore elapselefore
Before a decision deci ton is handed down Dur Durlng Durng j
ing ng the past several days Judge Eason Easonia 1 1lus
ia las had great eat masses ma of testimony t testimonyritten sthnon sthnonI I i iritten
I ritten out in full for him by the court courtstenographer COUrtiltellographet courtteiiographer
stenographer stenographerMrs teiiographerMrs
Mrs lr Taggart Tu sart ia i anxious to have Iiv the thenatter thenatter theiiatter
natter over with and says the strain strainif atmlnwaiting
if f waiting for the decision is greater greaterhan greaterhan j jban
han the strain of the trial Major Tag Tagsart Tagart Tagart
sart art spends his nights in Orrvllle but butisHs butisit j jvisits
visits isit Wooster every eer day to see what whatho whatho whatthe
the ho outlook is for a decision His six sixyday lilxdar sixyday
yday dar furlough will expire in ten days dIl3sNONUNION daysNONUNION i
NONUNION MAN HAS HASNO HASNO HASNO
NO REDRESS IN I N COURTJ COURTJChicago COURT COURTChicago I IChicago
Chicago Sept Se t ll ItIt If a union tills a aontractor aontractor
ontractor that its men will nptyork nptyorkA npt not iyork iyorkith Or Or11h
A ith a nonunion man and It as as a re realt re1t relt
alt 1t the nonunion non nlon man is discharged dischargedi
lnd i nd is unable to secure employment on onitcount onllcount onicount
itcount of the attitude ot the unions unionsowardhlm uidoMoardhlm unionsoard
owardhlm oard him theunlon is not liable tor torjamagee torJmaset or oramagee
jamagee to th the nonunion man manThis manThla manThis
This is the substance of It decision decisionendered decisionendered decisionendered
endered here today in the superior superioruurt superiorvUlt superioruurt
uurt by Judge Gary < when instructing instructing1i 1nstructinjury
i jury to find a verdict in favor of ofoial ofwal
oial 1411 No 147 of the Brotherhood of ofWinters ofalnters I Ialnters
alnters > Decorators and Paper Hang Hangrs Hangwhich
rs r which organixation had be bean n sued suedJohn suedI suedJohn
> > John Pugh a nonunion man for torOd for3ooo
> 3000 damages damagesLABORERS damagesLABORERS
LABORERS Od KILLEO KILLED AT ATBONNERS ATBONNERSFERRY 1 1Bonn
BONNERS BONNERSFERRY F FERRY IDA IDABonners IDABonners
= = I Inen
Bonn Bonners Ferry Ida d Sept 18 ILThree ILThreeen Three Threesien
sien en were killed on the SpokaneInter SpokaneInternational SimkaneInternational ¬
national railway Saturday through tjfe tjfeexplosion tlexploslon te texplosion
explosion of a missed hole boleThe holeThe holeThe
The lead John Collins Colli nil L Barrett BarrettSwan BarrettSwan Ilarrettswan
Swan Marsh MarshAll MarshMi lal8hAU
All three were laborers and their ad adIreeaes adhesses adb
b Ireeaes are unknown The bo botH bodies ie wereJurled were wereauried werer
r auried yesterday ye terday at Bonners Ferry FerryKOMURA Ferryf FerryKOMURA FerryKOMURA
f
KOMURA GETTING WELL WELLNew WELLew WELLNew
New ew York Sept IS 13Mr Mr Ir Sato sec secetary secctary sacetary
etary to Baron Komum KomutllJapu Japanese ese en enoy enoy e eoy
oy announced today tooM at the Waldorf WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria ValdOlCstorJu
Astoria hotel that Duron ron Komuras Komurasondltfon omurs omursondition
ondltfon wa watt much improved and tht thtils th thlis thtiI I
ils iI convalescence was now well eetab eataJbished eetabished eetabished
ished ishedA
A STORAGE STORAGEParties STORAGEParti STORAGEParties j <
Parties Parti desiring storage for potatoes potatoesnilons Otu Otunlon poti4onIOfl
nilons nlon apple or any other commodity commoditywould COlltflJodltould cornp dIy dIyvould
would ould do well to communicate with us usTerms UtIferms usterms
Terms reasonable rea onable Warehouse on O
5 L trackage tra kage C S MARTIN ARTIK d CO
341 U West est Second South SouthPERSONAL SouthCl SouthPERSONAL
Cl t tPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALJudge
Judge M L i Ritchie of the district districtuurt dlatrtctourt districtuurt
uurt has returned r IIMMd from rein u nth m sacs sacsbr ac acion CIt CItior
ion in Kansas City The judges tewtil tewtilproceeded M1Ib M1Ibproceeded 11 11proceeded
proceeded to Europe a few t w days ao aoDIAMOND 0 0lID adoDIAMONDCOAL
lID
r rSold
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold
1
Sold on only by Cllixens n Coal company mpa j
Removed to t 253 S Main Phone 49 49METEOROLOGICAL I IMETEOROLOGICAL
1
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Offlee Office
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature degrees decre min mlnmum minmum xnlntnum
mum temperature 29 decrees de rees mean tem temperature teanftruture ternnrature ¬
perature 59 degrees IJ which i s 14 degree deglMllhplow degreeh1ow degreehflow
hflow the norma normal Accumulated excess excessf exC4W8temperature
> f temperature since the 1st of the themonth th thmonth themonth
month A a degrees accumulated excess of oftemperature ottemperatur oftemperature
temperature since inee Jan 1 3H li degrees To Total Total Totat ¬
tal precipitation from 6 1 p m to 5 p ptrace m mtrace n ntrace
trace accumulated deficiency of precipi precipitation preeipitatlon jpl jpltatlon ¬
tatlon since the 1st l t of the month h l inch inchincumulated Inehiilumulated inch1umtilated
incumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitations1nc i isince
since Jin 1 57 ii Inch InchHOSTETTERS InchHOSTETTE I IStomach
U
HOSTETTERS HOSTETTERSStomach HOSTETTE HS HSStomach
Stomach Bitters Bittersis Bittersl Bitterslis
is used exclusively by hundreds hundredsof
of women and girls It cures curesailments CUTesailments curest curesailments
t
ailments peculiar to them th m All Allsickly Allsick1y Allsicklj
sickly women should try a bot hottie bottlc bottic
tie It never ne r fails
FELLOW COUNCILMEN CORNER CORNERE E H DAVIS DAVISAND DAVIStAND DAVISAND
AND PRESENT LOVING CUP AND RING
Just before convening la Jat t night nJ bt mom mombora memers mombern
bern ers of the city council and an I several l city cityofficers cityQrtllirs cityQtt15rs
officers met in executive session in one oneof oneot oneof
of the committee rooms Councilman CouncilmanThomas CouncilmanTh CounclimanThomas
Thomas Th mfls Hobday bore with him a large largebos largebox largetox
box which he carefully placed on the thetable thetable thetable
table Then Councilman W Yo J 1 Tudden Tuddenham Tuddenham Tuddenham
ham cleared his throat portentously took tooka too tooa tooia
a deep breath backed Councilman E H HDavis H1avis HDavis
Davis against a inst the wall and began to make maitaond malcoa
a IIpeeCft at the member from the Soc Socond Seeond
ond It early Ilrl became apparent that Mr MrTuddenham MrTuddeuharn 11TUddenham
Tuddenham was as making a presentation presentationaddress presentationnddresa presentationnddrese
address In Ix a few choice period he ex exprea expre oxpressed
prea pre d the deep appreciation of all mem members members mornbers ¬
bers of the council of the J1e great err eat t efforts effortsmade effortsmade effortsmade
made by Mr 11 Davis to add to the pleas pleasure pleasure pleasure ¬
ure and comfort of the party that went wentto wcntto wentto
to Portland When Mr Tuddenham fin finished tlnlahed finlahed ¬
lahed Mr lr Hobday opened the box die disclosing dlsol dieclosing ¬
ol closing ftg a handsome silver Joint cup
whlbh Mr Tuddenhara handed to Mr MrDavis MrDai8 MrDavis
Davis On the ebony ebon pedestal is a silver silverplate slherplate silverplate
plate with the following inscription UPre UPreIented Pre Presented Proseated ¬
seated to Commissary General E H HDavis 1L 1LDavis HDavis
Davis by the city council Captain Bur Burbidge Burbldse Burbidge
bidge and W H Bramel for courtesies courtesiesextended courtesiescxtCIlded courtesiesextmdecI
extended on the Portland trip Aug 15 1 to
25 2 1903 1903Mr 1903Mr l9O3Mr
Mr Davis made a few thankful remarks remarksbut remarksbut remarksbut
but had not got well under way before beforeho beforeho beforelie
ho was as again backed against the wall wallthis wallthis wallthis
this time he was confronted with Coun Councilman Councl1man Councilman ¬
cilman A J Davis who ho proceeded to tomake tomake tomake
make a presentation speech A J Davis Davissaid Davissaid Davissaid
said he had been delegated by b the wives wivesof wloof wivesof
of councilmen and other ladles of the theparty theparty
party purt to give E H Davis a token in their thoirbohalf tholrbohaJt theirbehalf
behalf He ended by b > giving the member memberfrom mom memberfrom bel belfrom
from the Second a beautiful gold signet signetring signetring
ring handsomely hahd80 elY engraved and bearing bearingE
E H Davis monogram
GEORGE WASHINGTON AND ANDUIS HIS LITTLE RAZOR RAZORCREATE RAZORCREATE RAZORCREATE
CREATE QUITE A FRANKLIN FRAN1 < lIN AVENUE BOTHER
Crazed Craz d with drink George G cirge Washing Washington ¬
ton colored last la t night attempted to toclean toclean toclean
clean out a family tarnU of Smiths living at atFranklin
28 Franklin avenue with a razor razorWashington razorWashtngton razorWasit1ton
Washington kicked Idckodin in the door but was wash wash8hl washeld
h held ld at bay and with threats of mur murder murder murdot ¬
der wont in search of a gun Mean Meantime MeanStime leantime ¬
time the police were called Police Poll co Of Officers OtnCer Officere ¬
ficers John Corless and Thomas Milner Milnerresponded Mimerresponded mnerresponded
responded When hen they the arrived on the thescene tIleacene thescene
scene Washington had not returned returnedwith returnodwith returnedwith
with his gun and they the waited for him himWhen himVhen himWhen
When he approached the house ho held heldsomething heldsomething heldsomething
something In his hand that shone like likea
a gun Just as he kicked in the door dooragain dooragain dooragain
again the officers grabbed his arms armsThey armsThey armsThey
They tussled with him and in the strug strugBUSINESS strugBUSINESS strugBUSINESS
BUSINESS MEN MENARE MENARE I IARE
ARE TAKEN IN INInvited INInvjted INInvited
Invited to a Business Meeting and andHear andHear andKear
Hear QueerPolitics QueerPoliticsLATEST Queer P PO1itcs PO1itcsLATEST litics liticsLA
LATEST LA TEST AMERICAN MOVE MOVEPOLICY MOVEPOLICY
POLICY POLl Y ADOPTED BY THE NEW NEWPARTY NEWPARTY NEWPARTY
PARTY TO GET VOTES VOTESProminent VOTESPromInent VOTESProminent
Prominent business men of this city citywere elt eltwere citywere
I
were invited to attend a business mens mensmeeting menalftMting
meeting last evening eveuin at the office of J JW JW
W Yo Houston on Main str street t Dhe Invite invitation 1nvltatlon Invitetion ¬ i
tion informed the favored ones that they theywere the thewere theywere > i
were to devise ways s and means to pro promote promote ¬
mote the beet interests of Salt Lake City CityAt Cft CityAt
At the close of the meeting each man manwas manwat manwas 1
was solemnly pledged to tokeip keep secret Ii rlt what whatoccurred whlltoccurred whatoccurred I
occurred in the rear room of the real realestate realestate realestate
estate office officeIn otttee1ft offleeIn I
In spite of all precautions pr tnutions the secret ot otthe orthe otthe
the meeting is out It was 115 called in h the thointerest tl10intrre theinterest
interest t of the American party it was wasengineered wasenglQeared wasengineered
engineered by moving movn spirits in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party It had for its sole ob object object obbet ¬
ject the success of the American Am rican party partyat partat
at the polls in the coming election electienDemocrats eJectl electionDemocrats ll llDemocrats
Democrats and Republicans alike were wereinvited werehnlled wereInvited
invited to this mee meeting ng There was no nointimation noitimaUon nointimation
intimation in the th invitation that th t there therewas therewas therewas
was politics UtiCi in the move The evident evidentBlan evidentplan I
Ulan was Was to get prominent men of all alloarties aUDflrties altQsrties
oarties to attend the meeting on the theunderstanding thenderstanding th thInderstanding
understanding that some important move movewas movewas
was 8 on to advance the interests of the theefty thecity I Iett
city ett and then in the meeting meetin get them themcommitted themoommltttd themuommitted
committed to the support sUP1ortof of the Amen American Amerlam Amencan ¬
can party candidates for city offices offices9w officesW
9w 5w W attended outside of those who have havebaen haveb havebeen
been b n committed tov p the American Am rlcan party partyfrom partfrom partYftom
from the beginning b1I lnril t Maiiy Ma suspected the theruse theru theruse
ruse and remained away awayLeading awayLeading awayLeading
Leading Spirits onHand onHandThose on Hand HandThese HandThOlie
These who attended found Willard F FSnyder I FSnyder I ISnyder
Snyder chairman of the American party partystate partystate
state committee and J E Darmer > armer coun county county county ¬
ty chairman of the American party the themost Ulemost tllCmost I
most prominent romlnnt figures in the gather gathering satherInS gatherlag ¬
InS The he invitation to the meeting was wassent wassent
sent ent out by b W V J Ilalioran and the meet meetiftg meetiC meetleg I
leg was U held in the rear room of W V J JHoustons JHoustons I
Houstons office Mr Halloran pfcslded pfcsldedover prc p1cs1dedover lded ldedoer
over the meeting
The only onl proposition pro otllUon discussed at the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting the keynote of ofevery every ever speech speo < h was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that Salt Lake must be redeemed from fromthe tromthe froththe
the Mormons and that the American Americanparty AmericanIMlrty Americanparty
party is I th the only onl agency on o the thecartli earth that thatcan thatotln thatcan
can bring brlft about the th redemption All pos possible possible poesible ¬
sible changes were rung op the statement statementthat statementU1at statementthat
that it the news could be flashed around aroundtle aroundt1 aroundtIs
tle t1 world that the Americana were vic victorious victorlou8 vlctorious ¬
torious in electing a city ticket nothing nothingceuld nothln nothlnceuld nothingcould
ceuld atop the wave of prosperity that thatwould thatuld thatweuld
would uld roll in from every civilized nation nationNEW nlltlonNEW nationNEW
NEW REGISTRY REGiSTRGENTS REGiSTRGENTSCounty AGENTSCounty AGENTS GENTSCounty
County Commissioners Fill a Number Numberof
of Vacancies VacanciesVitopncie VacanciesV I
Vitopncie V Vd IWcl In the list of registry re ity n gents asentsot gentso
ot S1t Lak Lake count were Thled nlled lix the thecounty
county o unty commissioners eomnl eomi sionClS yesterday e e terda1 erda as fol ¬ I
lows District Dt trlct No o ft MaryL Mary flIY L BernhisellcpubIIcan Bernhisel BernhiselRepublican 1 1tepublican
Republican > vice D M 1 Bcrnhlscl Re Republican Retlblian Repbliean ¬
publican resigned I hned District No SI l Dr DrC DrC DrC
C W Nunn Democrat vice iee T CVal CValtenspiel C Wal Walteniplti al altenapel
tenspiel Republican Ret bllcan resigned District DistrictXp Dl5trlctNo DistrictNtj
Xp 41 5 Louis R Wells Republican vice viceErnest viceJrneet lee leern5t
Ernest rn5t K 1 Brown Republican resigned resignedDistrict reqlSfledD1E1I1ct resIgnedDictnict
District No 4S S Grace S Cottlq Cottl Repub RepubMoam Republoan Repubhni
loan vice Christopher Diehl Repub Republican RepubHaen ¬
lican returned Jtingham Mrs IS J K KDudley 1 1Dudle HDudley
Dudley Dudle I Republican vice J P Price PriceRepublican PriceRepublican
Republican resigned resignedMurrays rcduedIurrays rerIuedMurrays I
Murrays change to a city of the sec second s seeDud c c0Qd ¬
Dud class necessitates the appolntmont of ofn ofnw
n nw w registry agents n enti in accordance with withthe withthe withthe I
the new conditions The Th list named by bytho bytho bythe
tho commissioners follows First ward wardJ wardJ4 wardE
J4 J in Jin E Warburton Republican Second Secondwrd I Iwprd I IWftrd
wprd John Graham Republican Third Thiflrd Thinilw1trd i iward
w1trd ward rd James Godfrey Goclfre Republican fleplblicannurt Replican1nrtk t tFfurtH
FfurtH ward Charles HoTm Republican RepublicanFifth Republican1I Republicanprth
Fifth 1I prth nh ward rd Brnost lI rnoet Simper tm Republican RepublicanSCRAP RepublicnSCRAP publ1 n nSCRAP
SCRAP FOR THE COUNCIL COUNCILDemocrats COUNCILDemocrats COUNCILDetTiocrats
Democrats of the tMFourth Fourth Fo rth Oppose OpposeW OpposeWJ Wrj Wrjj W WJ
j Tuddcnnam TuddcnnamThe Tud fenham
I
The Democrats of the Fourth ward ard are aredeveloping aredeveJopln aredeveloping
developing a lively scrap over the coun counciltnanle counetlmaiJe coundhnaade
lheIJ
ciltnanle nominations nomlnat Of1 Rulon S Wells WeIlsIs Wellsis Wellsis
is the hoklovsr member < Tufldenham and andHartenatetn andHartemtletn andHartenstetn
Hartenatetn whose terms expire are areagain aroaaht areagaic
again in the race because of the pressure pressureof pre sure sureof
of many rnan friends who would like to see seethem feethem seethem
them returned to the council Opposition Oppositionhas
has bawv MftVer hwversrsssg rs iJDr1IIt > mns up more especially especiallyugaiftBt epechtUt aspeclaibagainst
against t To4 r44snham tanlunn m It ta charged chargedagatwt chargedaat chargedaaIest
agatwt him hi that he has not taken care careof Cflrel Cflrelor careoF
oF of tile m Democratic w workers wrk rkm ot f the tard stardThu tardTbfe tardT
Tbfe T opposition op ltion has ba not yet centered centeredabovt centeredsheist
abovt arr t one man James Markwell Markwelland Markwellan Markweiland I
and < Nephi ephl Y Schofield are mentioned mentionedwitk mentloneatk mentionedwith
with tk approbation in n many man parts of the theDEMOCRATS theW theDEMOCRATS theDEMOCRATS
W
DEMOCRATS GET BUSY BUSYCommitteemen BUSYCommitteemen BUSYCommitteemen
Committeemen Will Hold Important ImportantMeeting ImportantMeeting ImportantMeeting
Meeting Tonight TonightThere Tonight TonightIhre TonightThre
There will b bt a meeting1 meeUn or f the otty ottymtmbera eft eftmtfftbenl fty ftymembers
members o the Democratic joint city clt and andcounty ndunty andcounty
county unty committee at tot headquarters In litthe Inthe Inthe
the Atas block at S ooiook this evening eveningto lcnhtSto
to make ake definite arrangements for tht ththolding th thboldln ththolding
holding boldln of the primaries the ward con conventlowe conen conventlous
ventlowe en and the eUy att convention The Theprimaries TheprIMa fheprtrtt
primaries prIMa are to b held Thursday even evenlnl evenlog van vanin
in log g Sept S t 31 the thcwad ward conventions lI cnUon Mon Monday Monda Monday ¬
day da evening Sept io 2 and the city clt con convention conentlon convention ¬
vention Thursday Sept 28 The time 13 13now 19now isnow
now short and the he committeemen realize realizethat reallaethat realisethat
that there is much to be done and done donequickly donequlckb donequIcky
quickly to put the organization in wghUng wghUngtrim ftthUugtrian fPghtingtrim
trim fir the campaign Places for the pri primaries prlluart prtmanes ¬
manes luart in the fiftytwo districts will be beselected beelected beselected
selected at tfc the meeting this evening eveningAnother eveningAther el1ltJ el1ltJAn
An Another ther matter that will ill receive atten attention sHenUon at ten tention ¬
tion at the meeting thi this evening will be bein bethe bethe
the in wltction 101 on of some one to act as sec secretary leer seeVetSr ¬
retary r < of the committee temporarily dun during duning ur urIn ¬
In ing th the lllnees t of W W Ray Ra Rarh
th committee for or the city is now made madeup mutteup madeup
up of the tt following followingFirst foilowlngIiist oUowln oUowlninn
First inn Ward WardStephen Stephen Moyle James JamoslIof JamoslIoffatt Mof Moftt 3101felt
felt tt 11 l M Wailer D KCollett F Collett John JQbuU8hfOrs JQhnliftIvornen
liftIvornen ifatvors en n and Samuel Dowse D owse Brigham BrJgrmmwi
W wi v Mnyeoek ward nrd chairman 1 Is also a aindinbar nmtmbV ameml
indinbar meml of tne aommitteo by virtue of ofnig orItla ofhis
his offlc offlcMv orace oraceIfJ orueeeseid
eseid Mv > nd IfJ Wr1f U r i Al Tt Brothers CMwjgo U t
sic Je he almost severed OorJess left in index inde indcx ¬
dex finger with the razo He stabbed stabbedat
at Officer Milner several times but he hewas hewas hewas
was overpowered and thrown to the theground theground theground
ground Handcuffs wore placed on him himand himnd himand
and nd he was taken to the city Jail He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had no gun but besides the razor he hehad hehfd hehad
had a large pocketknife in his coat coatpocket coatpocket coatpocket
pocket ready for or use A charge Of as assault assault assault ¬
sault with a deadly weapon was pre preferred preferred prcferred ¬
ferred against him himWashington himWashington himWashington
Washington and the Smith family familyhave familyhave familyhave
have had trouble before etore over trlval trlvalmatters trhalmatters tnivalmatters
matters Washington has threatened threatenedto
to clean out the house a number of oftimes ottimes oftimes
times and has chased the children into intothe intothe intothehouse
the thehouse house on various yariQus occasions occasionsSmith oecasionsSmith
Smith S E Hamer and Ben D Luce Luceleaving Lucelea Luceleaving
leaving lea ing two vacancies to be filled filledThird tilledlhIrd filledThird
Third WardJ H Haslam John II IIBack HBack ITBack
Back John C Hays D O Wllley WlUo jr jrand jrand jragd
and Pearl earl A Hill leaving one vacancy to tobe tobe tobe
be filled filledFourth filledFourth filledFourth
Fourth Ward WardEdgar Edgar Howe F C CMoyle CMoyle
Moyle 1010 Luclan Luci n Ray Ra T F Thomas and A AH AH AH
H Tarbet Nephl Y Schofield ward Tvardchairman wardcbalrman wardchairman
chairman is also a member memberFifth memberFltth memberFifth
Fifth Ward WardH H Bambercer Bamber er G F Put Putnam Putnam Putnarn ¬
nam John W Y Arnup C P Overfleld B BB BB BB
B B Quinn and G B Blakely Blakel BlakelThe
The vacancies on the committee are arecaused arecaused arecaused
caused by the death removal and resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation of members In some cases there therewas thorewas therewas
was a duplication of names by tho city cityand eft eftand cityand
and county conventions The vacancies vacancieswill vaC3ncieswill vacancieswill
will probably not be filled until the meet meeting meetJnt meetIn ¬
ing In of the city lt it3 convention Eaoh of the thefive thefie tuefive
five wards is entitled to six committee committeemen conmitteemen
men in addition to the chairman of the thoward theward theward
ward who is exofficlo member of the theeommlttee thecommittee theornmitteo
committee eommltteeMUST committeeMUST ornmitteoMUST
MUST HAVE A BANKER BANKERRepublican BANKERRepublic
Republican n Leaders Hot on the Trail Trailof Trailof
I Iof
of McCornick McCornickThe
The men who do things among the Re Republicans RepUblicans Republicans
publicans of > f the city are still determined determinedto
to have W V S McCornick for the can ¬
didate for or mayor ma r They 1le will consider considerno
no other candidate until It has been defi definitely definitely deliflitely ¬
nitely determined whether or not Mr
McCornick will run ru It was said yester yesterday yesterday csterda ¬
day da that this point would be definitely definitelysettled dcflnltel dcflnltelBottled definitelysettled
settled In a day or two If tho wealthy
banker says Yes the matter of a astandard astandard astandard
standard bearer will be settled If Mr MrMeCornick Ir IrlcCornlck
McCornick spurns the crown then the thehuo thehuo thehue
huo and cry cr will be taken up again agalnwith againwith againwith
with George T Odell W J Lynch and andGlen andGlen andGlen
Glen Miller in the foreground Strange Strangeas I Ias
as It may ma seem neither Frank Knox nor norWilliam norWUJinm norVIiham
William F James Is being seriously serlousl con considered considered coneldereil ¬
sidered this year ear Two years ear ago no noother noother noother
other names were considered consideredPolitical consideredPolitical consideredPolitical
Political Notes NotesRelatives NotesRQIaUves NotesRelatives
Relatives and friends of Joseph F FSmith FSmltb FSmith
Smith jr son of President Joseph F FSmith 1 1Smith FSmith
Smith and described as Ua a man after afterhis afterhis afterhis
his fathers own heart are threatening
tonominate to nomlnate him on the Republican coun council counoil councit ¬
oil ticket in the Third in the hope of ofat ofatlast at atlast atlast
last beating Councilman Fernstrom FernstromFriends Fernstromir1en FernetrornPrietuls
Friends ir1en s of Edgar S SDarUng Darling are start starting startingn startlog ¬
log ingn a boom for him for nomination on ontheRepublican ontMR ontIteRepublican I
theRepublican tMR pu1lican ticket for councilman from fromthe fromthe
the thoFirth thoFirthDemocrats Fifth FifthDemocrats FifthDemocrats i
Democrats of the Tenth district will willmoot willmoot willmoot I i I
moot at the residence ot W v J Sloan 48 428South 48South 48South
South Eighth East street Thursday Sept
21 1 at t 730 p m for the purpose of elect electing electIng electIng ¬
ing eleven delegates dele ates to the city conven convention convention corvention ¬
tion to be held Sept SeptThe 38 381he j
The Republicans are pushing two twobuslnesj Tounp un unbusiness
business men for the council One of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them Is John Q Critehlow of the Fourth Fourthward Fourthward Fourthward
ward the mainspring of the Credit Mens Mensassociation MensassocIation IensassocIation
association The other Is A W Yo Smith Smithof Smithof Smithof
of the First ward the title and abstract abstractman abstractnan abstractnian
man nanI nianI
I 1MUSEMENTS 4USEMENTSThat AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSThat I IThat
That favorite of another generation generationHazel generationHazel generationHazel
Hazel Kirkc was put on at the Utahnn Utahnnpark Itahmlpark Utnhnapark
park theatre last night by b the Luke Cog Coggrave Coagrfwe Cosgrave
grave stock company Although the theweather theweather theweather
weather was as rather chilly chill for comfort comforta
a big audlenoe wan aM present to see the theproduction thoproduction theproduction
production The play lla was put on in a amanner Itmanner amanner
manner that seemed to please the spec spectators speetators spectators ¬
tators immensely Louise Hutchinson Hutchlnsonwon
won approval in the name part and the theother theother theothet
other roles were filled very acceptably acceptablJ
J Murray lulTa Smith Miss Grace Hutchlnson Hutchlnsonand Hutchlnsohand Ititchinsohand
and Miss Mona Thompson gave the vaif vaifdevlllo vattdevillo atf atfdel1Io
devlllo programme and it was an excep exceptionally exceptionally oxceptionally ¬
tionally good one lhe same perform performance performaBce performance ¬
ance tonight and for the balance of the theThe thewee thewee
wee
it to it itThe 5The
The Jolly Joll Musketeer was heard h > lIrd by byanother by byanothor byanother
another large audlene at the Salt Lake Laketheatre Laketheatre Laketheatre
theatre last la ll = night ni1h1 The operawas given givenabundantly givenin
in splendid It style e and aJ of the faorJt fayonitabundantly s snbundantly
abundantly sustained tholr reputations reputationsSalt reputaUonBSnIt
Salt Lakers will wJII have their last oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to see The Jolly Musketeer to tonight tonight ¬ I Inight
night Incidentally Miss Uss Gates will 111 make makeher makeher makeher
her last appearance in Salt Lake prior priorto
to her departure for the east probably probablyfor
for a stay of several years yearsThe yeNw
w 0The it itThe
The Fay Foster company gave another anothergood anot anothergood ar argood
good performance at n the Lyric last night nightThe nightft
ft ftThe 4 4The
The Grand did a big business again last lastevening JtIStevenlns lastevening
evening with When the Bell Tqlte Two Ttfbperformances Twoperformances I IperforlUaI1Qcs
performances today todtt matinee a ad d evening eveningA
A Human Slav Slave qoracp om tdmorrow night nightto
to fill out the balance of theweek tbo week It Itis ItIs ItIs
is a melodrama that Is full of interest interestand Interestand Interestand
and some new nc and startling effects will willb willbv willbe
b bv introduced introducedEthel introdtceEthel introducedEthel
Ethel Barry Barrymore more opens OIU IUJ at the Salt Luke Luketheatre Luketheatre Lakctheatre
theatre Thursday night an engagement engagementthat
that will run through throu h the balance of the theweek thewcelt theweek
week She Is to put on Sunday Sunda a play playfor playfor r rfor
for which she has received many man very verycomplimentary verycomplimentary j jcomplimentary
complimentary notice The seat sale saleopens IIJilhopens saleopens
opens at the box office this morning morningbss j jLOCAL I It
bss bssNOW t
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I LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSNOW BR 3FSj
1 1ow
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NOW ow A U 1 S C1T122X CllI ClT1XTyger 8XTgltr Tyger Jen Jensen JonSen ¬
sen n Moller formerly ol Denmark but butnow butnow butnow
now of Tintlc was yesterday c terl1a admitted to tocitizenship tocJUzenBhp tocitizenship
citizenship by Judge Morse MorseTO MorseTO Iors IorsTO
TO INVESTIGATE TE LOGAN FIREA FIREAmeeting1 FIREAmeotlng FIREAmeeting
meeting of the state board of examin examiners e amin aminor ¬
ers or and the board of trustees of o ihc th he Ag Agrloulturul Agrioultural Agrioulturni
rloulturul college has been called for to tomorrow lomorrov tomorrow ¬
morrow In Governor John C Cutlers of office 01flee ot otlice ¬
flee to further investigate InO tlsate the fire at the thecollege thecolloge thecollege
college collegeORGAN collogeORGAN collegeORGAN
ORGAN RECITAL TODAY TODAYThc Thc pro programme proamme pierarnftie ¬
gramme amme for todays or orGan n recital at the theTabernacle the1abernacle theIabornacle
1abernacle Tabernacle beginning at i 5 P m follows followsToccattu tol1osroccllttu followsToceatta
Toccattu from Fifty Or Organ an Symphony SymphonyVidor SymphonlWidor SymphonyVidoni
lWidor Vidor < a > Serenade th b Andantino AndantlnoTo
To My Wife tife Lemare c Old Mc Mcivul Meod Mcodyi
od odyi ivul Waltr Waiters Wic r > Prize PHzo Sonor Song from Die Diefrom De Delr DieMoistersiager
Moistersiager terigCr Wagner j Love Death Deathfrm Deathfrom
lr from frm OTrlst Tristan n and Ind isoldcr lsoldOWage i Wagner WagnerWILL j jWILL I IWILL
WILL INSTRUCT IN 1 DAVIS COUN COUNTY caLxTYMtss COLNTYM4ss ¬
TY TYMtss Miss Liabeth Libth M Qualtrough prin principal princiUil pninelpal ¬
cipal of the Oquirrh OqLlrrh school has boon booncurcd beonored beensecured
secured curcd ored by b the superintendent IP of tho Da Davis Davs ¬
> vis county schools 5chooll to rutOndcnt take tke charge of the thetoucher theteacber thetencher
toucher vs of that county in institute fn ttute work workfor worltfor workfor
teacber for the winter ilUa 11 Qualtrough QUllrough will willteach wil willteach
teach the subject of reading to the teach teachers teachers teachera ¬
ers at their regular rcslar meetings meetng once each eachmonth eachmonth eachmonth
month monthFRIGHTENS monthFRIGHTENS monthFRIGHTENS
FRIGHTENS SMALL GIRLSWilliam GIRLSWilliamMarion GIRLSWJUnm GIRLSWJUnmMarlon GIRLSWliliamMarion
Marion was arrested arested lest Ilst night by b Police PoliceOfficer Polce PolceOWcer PoliceOffIcer
Officer G drown for frightening two twosmall twosaaI twosmall
small saaI girls glrs near Plonoor park Ho met metthorn metthom metth
thorn th m on tho street and tried to persuade persuadethem persuaaetiem persuadethem
them tiem toalt t to llwlth It with Mm 11 on a bench lu the thepark theprl thepark
park prl Theyrefused Thoj ThQF rQu rued e und ndh he threatened thraatonethQD threatenedtitnm <
41 thQD titnm n rriin Tli ginipijmed Alvl nvt ed and A nd 1 calidUP callad nll J up upthe n ntho
tho police polco policoLibcy ThIJJrlt1C oyfgaWff C fgi gmtea n description dci de rl nIption Uon of ofMal6nr orlfnl ofMttiIb
Mal6nr lfnl tttd and Officer Oftlcr Brdifr Br picked him himup himuP himup I
up He U II charged charget with wih assault Ulfll
BUT ONE ONEMORE ONEMOREJUROR MORE MOREJUROR MOREJUROR
JUROR NEEQt NEEQtRnal NEEOErDFnl
Final Fnl Man to Try Tr Shockley Hay MayBe MayBeSec Be BeSecured BeSecured
Secured Sec red Today TodayTHIRTYTWO T TodaySTHIRTYJWO day dayTHIRTY
THIRTYTWO THIRTY JWO ARE EXCUSED EXCUSEDTWENTYFIVE EXCU EXCUSEDTWENIYFIIENAMES D DTWENYFIVE
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TWENTYFIVE TWENIYFIIENAMES NAMES STILL TLLRE STiLLREMAIN TLLREMAIN < RE REMAIN
MAIN IN EOX EOXThree EOXThree EOXThree
Three jurors were yesterday esterda added addo < tothose to tothose tothose
those previously secured to try Jamds JamdsM Jan c
M Shockley leaving but one more to t bo bosworn boSWorn beSworn
sworn before the actual trial of tho case casebegins casebesins casebegins
begins At tho time tme of adjournment adjourmnt j jtcrday idfl idflterday O3 O3tcrdaV
terday afternoon afernoon twentyfive twenyfive names nme re remained remnined romalned ¬
mained Jn the th jury box tox and no additional additionalspecial additonal additonalspeial additionalspecial
special speial venire was as ordered as it i is be believed beHecd beJieed ¬
lieved the needed juror will wH be secured securedfrom S securedfrom ure uretrom
from those already alrod summoned
The new jurors are John K K Nicholson NicholsonJoseph NicholsonJoseph NicholsonJoseph
Joseph S Lindsay Llnd2a and B A Ahlberg
H A Smith attorney atorney for Shookley hookle ex exercised o oergised ¬
ercised no peremutory challenge chaUen chaUenterda yes yesterday yesterday u ¬
terday terda but F C Loofbourow district districtattorney districtattorney ltrlct ltrlctalorle
attorney alorle excused George G urse E Preston and tld
James R n Parry after afer they the had success successfully SUCCCiSful successfully ¬
fully ful withstood examination eXlmnaon as to their theirqualifications theirquaUftcalons theirqualifications
qualifications quaUftcalons to serve sarveThe SQrveThe serveThe
The following folowing were excused upon their theirstatements theirstatements theirstatements
statements that they had formed fixed fixedopinions fixedopinions fixedopinions
opinions as too t to Shockleys guilt guit or inno innocence Innocence limo0011Cc ¬
cence cenceHenry cencelenn 0011CcHenry
Henry lenn A Beers Oliver Olver R R IL Ostler Oster Jo Joseph Joseph Joeplt ¬
seph eplt w Trlpp ripp Joseph R R Walker alier John JohnGabbott JohnGabbol JohnGabbott
Gabbott Gabbol John James Jame William WIUdm T 1 Lynch LynchGeorge L LyjichGeorge ch chGeorge
George Anstecn Frank M Webster WebsterJames WebsterJames YebsterJamesE
James JamesE E Clinton Ephraim Q Knowlton KnowltonJohn Knowlon KnowlonJOhl KnowltonJohn
John JOhl Auams George A Spears Speats George GeorgeA
A Whitaker Whialter J M Burbidge Burbige H M lf Din Dinwoodey DInwoodey DInwoodey
woodey William ViUam J Bateman Herman T TF TF TF
F Thorup M 1 C Morris George L Sav Savage Savage Sayage ¬
age age Josiah L 1 Perkes William Mackay MackayEdwin MackayEwin MackayEdwin
Edwin Ewin Decker J H Doming Thomas rhoms H HAsh HAsh HAsh
Ash Taylor H Woolley voone Ralph Cutler CutlerEdwin CutterEdwin CutlerEdwin
Edwin P I Parry ParT John C Slater Jacob T TSpencer TSpencer PSpencer
Spencer Orson P Hogan Hogn William WIlam WilliamQuails I IQuails P PQuals
Quails Quals QualsI QuailsI
I BACK TO DIEHLS DIEHLiSCOURT DIEHLiSCOURTW COURT COURTW
W S Yamamoto Suffers Another AnotherChange AnotherChange AnotherChange
Change of Jurisdiction JurisdictionW Jurisdicton JurisdictonW
W v S Yamamoto Jap aged 17 years yearshas yearsims ers ershas
has suffered sufered another change of jurisdic jurisdiction jurlsdc jurlsdcton junisdietion ¬
tion ton Yamamoto stabbed a white man mannamed mannamed mannamed
named Ed Brown at a Japanese restau restaurant rqftau rqftaurant rostaurant ¬
rant about a month ago and was ar arrested artested arrested ¬
rested tested on 01 a charge char e of assault with wihin wihintent in intent intent ¬
tent tent to commit murder Brown lay in ina Ina Ina
a a seriQus condition conditon at the hospital for fora forn
a n a time but has now recovered enough to tobe tobe toho
be discharged from the hospital hospitalMeanwhile hospitalMeanwhie hospital3leanwliile
Meanwhile Meanwhie Yamamoto has languished languishedwhile Jan6ulshcdwhie languishedwhile
while whie the question as to what jurisdic jurisdiction jurlsdicton jurisdiction ¬
tion ton fits his case has been Under discus discussion dlscuS discussion ¬
sion First he vas as arraigned atrlmed before beforeJudge beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge piehl Pl hl who learning learing the Jap was wasunder wasunder wasunder
under the age of 17 1 ordered the case casetransferred casetransferred casetransferred
transferred to the court of Willis 118 Brown Brownjuvenile Brownjuvenile Brownjuvenile
juvenile court judge jud e Judge O W Pow Powers PowerB Powera ¬
ers attorney atorney for Yamamoto Yamantoto prepared to tobegin tobegin tobegin
begin habeas habas corpus proceedings on the theground thegound theground
ground gound that if i DIehl had no jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdiction junisdiction ¬
tion over Yamamoto DIehl had not au authority authori authonity ¬
thority thori to make an order of transfer or orany oranr orany
any other arbor in the case caselesterday caseiesterda easelesterday
lesterday iesterda Judge Brown took up the thecase th theae thecase
case eae He decided that the delinquency delinquencyof delnquency I Iof
of Yamamoto constituted a a felony felon if i the theprisoner theprisner theprisoner
prisoner prisner were convicted and accordingly accordinglyremanded accordinglYremanded accordinglyremanded
remanded the young Jap to the tle custody custodyof cuatod cuatodot >
of the officers orcers and directed that the D DpersUn DA pa papens
persUn pelS pens in n the the case be sent sent back bck to Judge JudgeDlehls JudgeDehrs JudgeDiehrs
Dlehls Dehrs court courtThe courte court1Bie
The e case will wllker likely be called aled in n Judge JudgeDrills JUdgeDIhls JudgeDlbLs
Drills court tomorrow tomorrowASKS tomorrowASKS tomorrowASKS
ASKS BONUS OF 2250 2250Wilbur 2250Wilbur 225OWilbur
Wilbur F DuBois Enters Suit Against AgainstMining AgainstMining AgainstMining
Mining Company CompanyWilbur CompanyWibur CompanyWilbur
Wilbur Wibur F DuBois Is suing suln the Con Continental Contnental Continental
tinental tnental Mines lnes Smelter Smeler corporation corporaton c ° ana anaHenry an 1 j
Henry Henr M ir Crowther Crowthel for 12250 with wll In Interest IrLterest n ¬
terest from July 15 1385 19 19 J and costs dr d dleging
logins that the amount is due dueservices costBnV him Jot Jotservices o oservices I
services He alleges aleges that on Juntiffiffj Jun
1904 19 he became superintendent of jtje jtjecompanys 1 1companys
companys properties propertes at Alta Ala for an agreed agreedsalary fHr ngeetIsalary Sl d
salary salar of 160 16 1 per month and 15 additional additionalper additonal
per month for each ech 1000 10 net n > t earnings of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the properties propertes up to 20000 O per month monthOn monthOn monthOn I
On Aug 1 IftB 19 he says l she he was relieved relievedfrom reJced reJcedfrom relievedfrom
from active duty and was discharged discharge on onSept onSept onSept
Sept 1 During the period of his em employment emIomont emlloYmcnt ¬
ployment he alleges al e8 thecompany the compan paid 12 12per 12 12per 12per
per cent of 1250000 12f in dividends which whichallowing whlobaloing wluioballowing
allowing aloing him 515 15 for each 1000 10 per month monthwould monthwould monthwouid
would make his share shareManager 2350 2350Manager 22
Manager H M Crowther of the dq defendant dqfendant ¬
fendant corporation corporaton stated last night that thatDuBols th thdtDullois t tDuBois
DuBois claim caim would be resisted He Hesaid Hesaid HCsaid
said that while there had been a bonus bonusarrangement bonusarangement bonusarrangement
arrangement arangement between DuBois and the theContinental theContnental theContinental
Continental Contnental company the former super superintendent superintedent superintendent ¬
intendent intedent had received his full ful share shareMr sharelr shareMr
Mr lr Crpwther Cwther stated stted further that Du DuBojs DuBois DtiBols
Bois had at first frst advanced a claim claimagainst claimagainst claimagainst
against the Continental Con Un ental Mines MinesSmelters MinesSmelers MinesSmelters
Smelters Smelers corporation of 15 for foreach tor8eh foreach
each 8eh thousand dollars dolars worth of ore in insight insight insight
sight He alleged there were weft 120000 1 tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of or OP Iti 1 sizht s = ht valued at 005000 O Later LaterDuBois LaterDuBois LaterDuBols
DuBois amended this claim claimSAYS claimSAYS claimSAYS
SAYS BALANCE IS DUE DUEReal DUEReal DUEReal
Real Estate Company Would Fore Foreclose Foreclose Foreclose ¬
close on Slick Slck Property PropertyA
A suit to foreclose upon the property propertyat prporty
at 1022 1 East First South street was yes yesterday yesterda e ¬ I
terday terda t begun by b the Anderson Real Rel Es Estate Estate Estate ¬
tate Investment Invetment company against aginst W V B BSlick BSUck BSlick
Slick and Anna Annf Slick The company al alleges alleges alleges ¬
leges that S7OSk 7056 O principal and interest interestfrom interest Interestfrom
from Aug 22 1905 19 I9O is due it i on a sale of ofthe orthe ofthe
the property to the defendants defendantsCourt defendant defendantCourt defendantsCourt
Court Notes NotesFred NotesFred NotesFred
Fred Harrington asks alts the Third Tllrd dis district dlstrict district ¬
trict court to sever the bonds that unit unltohim unithim
him him to Ethel Harrington alleging alcglng that thatshe Uiatsho tija tijashe
she has his deserted deserto him They The ware mar married marrle marned ¬
ned rle at Morritton Iorrl ton Ill I Aug Au 25 2 1900 1900Eliza 10 11100Bum
Dun Dunford ford filed d suit
Eliza EI Snow r yester yesterday voter voterday yosterday ¬
day against the Morrison Mining flnlni com comany COn cornpany
p pany an any alleging aleging that the company Owes wos her herJ5S21 her115Sfl
J5S21 21 on claims assigned to her by Al Alvlrus 1 I IIrus Ivirus
virus Irus E Snow and for which she asks asksjudgment asksJudgment I
judgment judgmentOrson judgmentOrson JudgmentOrson
Orson BurreJI Burrel of Avon tache ache county countyfiled oount countyfiled
filed ed a voluntary oluntar petition of bankruptcy bankruptcyyesterday bankruptcycsterda bankruptcyyesterday I
yesterday csterda in the federal feerul petton court curt His lia liabilities la labites hablliules ¬
bilities bites amount to 1615 165 and hl big assets to toir toLrilh
51279 of which amount 780 8 is claimed to tobe tobe tobe
be ir exempt exemptJoseph o exemptJoseph > mpt mptJoseph
Joseph B Toronto Torontq John J Toronto TorontoRosa TorontoRosa TorontoRosa
Rosa A Toronto Albert Toronto Frank FrankToronto FrankToronto FrankToronto
Toronto Ernest rnest Toronto and J M 1 An Anderson Andersen n ndcron ¬
derson filed fed suit yesterday against lgtln Israel IsraelSpitz lara1Spitz IsraelSpitz
Spitz to establish cttnblsh their title tte to water waterrights waterrights waterrights
rights on land lying l ing in sections sectons 14 15 1 and andS3 andtownship andr3
S3 township 1 south range 3 west wot and andsection andleUon andsection
section leUon 18 township 1 south range I 2Thoy west westThey 0t 0tfht1
They fht1 allege alege that their protest Plotet filed me with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the state engineer against Spitzs Spiz appro appropriation appropriation approprlation ¬
priation of the water was denied denie and andthey andtho andthey
they tho now ask the court to adjust the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble
t
WATER STILL PUMPED PUMPEDStreets PUMPEDStreets PUMPEDStreets
Streets Are Being Well Wel Sprinkled Sprinkledby
by Means of Ditch Water WaterThe WaterThe WaterThe
The scheme successfully suce tun inaugurated inauguratedFriday Inlusur InauguratedFriday tea teaFriday
Friday evening under the direction of ofrirv ofFire
Fire 11 Chief W H Bywater of using ditch dich dichwater ditchwater j jwater
water for sprinkling was continued contnued yes yestordny yestorday 8
tordny and Salt Lakes Lakel streets will wl bo b bewall I Iwtell
wall J sprinkled sprlnlced from now on until unt fall fallrains taUrnlns fallrains
rains make sprinkling tprlnklng unnecessary Two Twofire Twotire Twofire
fire steamers stenmer were used for pumping wa water watar weten ¬
tar into Into the sprinkling sprinklnG carts pumplnl and in ad addition addton addition ¬
dition dton n standplpc at State and First FlrntSouth Fnt FntSCuth FirstSouth
South SCuth streets and a flume fume on lower Stato Statostreet Stalt StatOstreet
street helped put < > the th ditch dich wator to lowork towork towork
work1lan workMany work workMany
Many 1lan tourists were interested yester yesterday yosterclay Qter Qterday ¬
day in observing oblcrlog the steamer at work workat worleat workat
at at Main IaIn and North Tomlo streets streetsPills street streetAyers etreetumAjjer
Ayers AjjerPills I IPills
Pills The dose is one just justone justone jUstone
one pill pil at bedtime bedtme The re result resul resuit ¬
suit sul is isa a gentle gente laxative laxatve the theday theday theday
day following folowing They cure in indigestion indigestion 1ndigestion ¬
digestion biliousness biousness consti constipation const coristipatiOn ¬
pation aton for Corth or they y act a t diecty diectyon directly directlyon
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on the liver ver U 1or JcAfCO JcAfCO1or oshlke oshlkeU
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Its the Easiest Thing Thin in h iheWorld the World to Quickly Quicky Relieve and nd Speedily Cure CureCONSTIPATION CurCONSTIPATION CureCONSTIPATION
CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATIONBuy
Buy a bottle botle today of the only reliable relable Natural Mineral 1Uneral Water Laxative HUNYADI HUNY ADI JANOS J NOS and drink half a D tumbler tumblerful tumblerfut tumblerflu ¬
fut flu on arising before breakfast brekfast within an hour you will wil have a free and pleasant relief relef No griping no purging but just justgentle justgentle justgentle
gentle RELIEF Keep Kep the balance it i never loses its is virtue and and have hav it always ready for use One bottle contains many manydoses manydoses manydoses
doses one dose affords afords relief Always reliable relable changeless and odorless There is i nothing just as good Bottled Botled in inHungary inHungaryused inHungaryused
Hungary Hungaryused used the world over Ask distinctly distn < tJy for forHunyadi forUuyadi
Hunyadi l Janos Munyadi Janos
GIVE SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZESLocal PRIZESocalJusiness PRIZESilocal
Local ocalJusiness Business Men Show Interest Inteest in inBench inBench
Bench Show to Be Given at atState atStte atState
State Stte Pair PairMany Fai TairMany
Many lIan special prizes are being offered by bylocal bylocal bylocal
local business men mo for the bench show showat showat showat
at the state fair Some of the handsome handsomeones handom handomones handsomeones
ones are A loving loJnS cup by b Boyd Bo d Park a asilver aslTer asilver
silver slTer tobacco jar by J F floes a silver silvergoblet siver siversoblet eltvergoblet
goblet by b M N Llchtenstcln a silver silvercup siver sivercup silvercup
cup by McConahay cConaha a handpointed handpointedchina handpanted handpantedchina handpaintedchina
china plate by b the th National Tea rCa Import Importing Importing Importlug ¬
lug ing company n dog collar colar by Crow Cro
BIos and ant a n shotgun by b the Western WesternAvms Vestrn1ms VcateraArms
Arms 1ms Sporting Sportng Goods oads company companvThe companThe
The flog tog catalogue cataloge which has just beta beinreceived belnreceived betaroeeived
received from the printers contains containstwentythree containstwentythree containstwentythree
twentythree pages Duges All l the rules that thatarc thatare thatare
are to govern the bench show are con contained contnlued contamed ¬
tamed in the pamphlet as is a list lst of ofeightythree otclght ofeightythree
eightythree clght three recognized breeds Prizes Prizeswill Prizeswi PrizesiIil
will wi be awarded to the best in each class classand classand
and it Is distinctly disUnct specified specied that a cass cassRnd pedi pedigree pedIgree pedigree ¬
gree is not a a prerequisite to the showing showingof
of an animal animalAmerican animalAmerican animalAmerican
American Kennel club rules governing sovernlnog
dog og shows have been adopted as a thi thibasis thlbasis thibasis
basis that will wU govern in 11 determining the theawards theawards tiLeawards
awards The directors of the Deserct DeserctAgricultural Descr DeseretAgricultural < t
Agricultural gJculural Manufacturing society societyhavo societyhavo societyhavo
havo made some supplemental supplemenal mIte ruksThese rls rlsThese mIteThese
These provide that no dogs dog will wi be re received leeched iecelved ¬
ceived after 1130 10 a m on Wednesday YednEsdu YednEsduOct
Oct 4 the second day of the fair ana anano art arUno
no entries enri s may be made after afer Sept SeptFOl 3 3For 3For
For showing sllwJng a dog a fee of 150 15 will wl b brequired bnulred bo borequired
required but to each Individual paying payingthis paringthis payingthis
this fee sis sl admission tickets will be begiven begIen begiven
tckets wi
given gIen which practically practcal makes the entry cntJ
tree of charge It I is specified specied that the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management will wU not be responsible for forloss forloss forloss
loss or damage to any dog whether from froman troman froman
an accident or for any Other otler reason The Thejudging Thejudging Thejudging
judging will wl begin be n on the morning of ofWednesday cIWednesday < 1
Wednesday Oct 4 1 It will wi be continued continueduntil contnued contnuedunU contInueduntit
until unU the work is finished finishedUp finishedUp finishedUp
Up to date more than 250 dogs have havebeen havebeen limebeen
been entered in the competition competton and the thesuccess thesucceSB thesuccess
success of the show is already alrcad assured assuredREAL aS5urcdREAL assuredI assuredREAL
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSD
D D Mallory MaHor to Philip Phip S May Maycock Mu Mucock fu fucock
cock lots 3 and 4 East Est Bench sub subdivision sUbdivision su sudivision ¬
division S 1 1Carrie 1Carrie 1Carrie
Carrie Grass to James W Wylee Wyleelot Wyleelot Iee Ieelot
lot 27 etc Fourth South street streetaddition streetaddition
addition additon 1 1Catherine 1Catherine iCatherine
Catherine Ann Rich to Lena Leo Leopold Leopold Leopoid ¬
pold imrt art lot S block 22 2 olat B 1 1Lena 1Lna 1Lena
Lena Lna Leopold Lopold to William WiHam John JohnStriekley JohnStriCkley JohnStrickley
StriCkley part lot 8 block blockplat blockE 2 2plat
plat B BElizabeth 2300 2300Elizabeth
Elizabeth E hLw L Webb bbt to Seth s i Taft TaftWebb raftTebh t 3 3Webb
Webb Tebh Jot 7 block 37 7 plat B 1 1Lorenzo 1Lrenzo 1Lorenzo
Lorenzo Lrenzo Snow to Alberta Rasmussen Rasmussenlot Rhsmussenlot
Rsmusstu Rsmusstulot
lot 18 block 1 Kimiialls Im als subdi subdivision subdivision ¬
vision lJ lJHenry ll 1GiHenrI
Henry HenT W Lawrence to J W V Crosby Crosbylot CrosbyJot Crosbylot
lot 29 2 block 9 Main Street Str et subdl subdivision subdlvision subdLvision ¬
vision visionWilliam 3 3William o
William Wilam Colton to Henry A 4 u Colton Coltonlot Coltonlot Coltonlot
lot 1 blocjs 1 plat A ATHE Az0 ATHE
z0 4 4THE
THE CHASE STUDIO STUDIOHas STUDIOHa STUDIOIIas
Has Ha moved mon > i to 249 Main street Everj Everjtlilng Ecl Evet Evetthing
thing up upto to date especially e5pecaly the photos photosOFFICIAL photosOFFICIAL photosOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL CALL CALL FOR A DEMO DEMOCRATIC DEMOCRATIC DEMOCRATIC
CRATIC CITY CONVENTION CONVENTIONBy
By B the authority of the city ciy members membersj member
of the joint Democratic Democratc city cil and county countycommittee countcommittee countycommittee
committee for Salt Sal Lake City Cl and county countyUtah countttah countyltali
Utah ttah a Q call cal Is hereby Iercby issued for a Demo DcPo DcPocraUc Democtatic
cratic city clY convention cO ontlon to be held In the theGrand theGrn theGrand
Grand Grn theatre th atre In Salt Lake City it on onThfarsday onThrda onThbrsday
Thfarsday Thrda Sept IS 1903 19i 19O beginning at 10 10a 10a 10a
a m for the purpose of nominating nominatingcandidates nominatng nominatngcanddates nominatingcandidates
candidates for the following tOlowlng city clOtce clOtceOnc Offices OfficesOne QfficesOne
One mayor mayorOne ma mayorOne or
One recorder recorderOne recorderOne recorderOne I
One treasurer treasurerOne treasurerOne treasurerOne
One auditor auditorOne audior audiorOne auditorOne
One attorney attorneyAlso attorncAlso attorneyAlso
Also to elect from each of the the five hC mu municipal munlcipal munlcipal ¬
nlcipal wards three members of the Joint Jointelty Jointciy Jointcity
city and county countycommilee committee to serve for fortwo fortwo fortwo
ciy two years ears and to transact such other otherbusiness otherbuain otherbusiness
business buain ss as may mu properly come before the theconvention theectY theccnvtntion
convention conventionMunicipal ectY ccnvtntionMunicipal ntol ntolMuni
Municipal Muni ipal Ward Conventions ConventionsA Conventionscul
A cull cul IB it also al o issued for fr a a convention conventionfor convClton convCltonfor
for each of the five fvc municipal wards of ofthe ot ofthe
the city clt at It places to be designated later laterby laterby
by 1 the precinct chairmen to be held at atS atS atS
S oclock p m Monday 1onda Sept Se1t2 25 2 1905 19 to tonominate tonoxlnate tonominate
nominate noxlnate one candidate for councilman councilmanfor couuclm 1i 1itor iifor
for the fouryear term tcr and one candidate candidatefor catdld tc tcfor
for councilman for the twoyear term termto termto termto
to designate del nate three members of the joint jointcity jointcl Jointcity
city and county committee commitee and to choose choosea
cl a member for each of the committees committee on oncredentials oncredentials oncredentials
credentials platform and permanent or order order order ¬
der of business businessApportionment businessApportonment businessApportionment
Apportionment Apportonment of Delegates DelegatesTheoipportlonment DelegatesTheapJortionment DelegatesThieapportiOnment
Theoipportlonment of delegates among amongthe amonstha amongthe
the TheapJortionment various districts of the city la mad madon madon madon
on the basis of one delegate delCgate for every everytwenty cverytwenty everytwenty
twenty votes and one delegate for every everymajor cr crmajor everymajor
major fraction of twenty twcnt voes cast for forRichard forRichard forRichard
Richard P Morris for mayor ma or at the mu municipal municipal municlpal ¬
ilorrls
nicipal lows election electon held Nov o S 1903 193 as fol folFirst tollows fuilows
First Municipal Ward
No NoDelegates NoDistrict NoDistrict
District Delegates
1 11 1
2 14
3 2S 4 B 1 1I 11
I 5 11 11G 11II
G l
1 Second Municipal Ward
No NoDstrict NoDistrict
District Delegates Delgtesl
1 12 9 9IS
IS 131I 11 I 15 15Ii
15 15Iii G
Ii
16 9 I
17 10
18 8 10
19 7
No No4i
i5t I Delegat I ti tiI
4i S
45 I ii iitI I II
4 tI I 1
43
43D 49 D 0
No NoDelegates Xostriet Nolistrict
striet Delegates DcIegatcS
listrict
1
R 1R H 11D
D j
10 11 IIti
ti 10
1
No NoDelegates XoDstrct NoDistrict
District Dstrct Delegates Delogate Delogatej Delegateso
20 o 6 UIi
Ii t
24 15 I
j
26 1 I I I
Third Municipal Ward
NO NODistrict NoDistrict o
District Delegates DelogaUBI
I 28 7 1 f 9
0 II IIso
28 9 so soul 1I 1
a ul I
No NoDelegates XoDstrlut NoDistrict
Dstrlut District Delegates I
f 3 13 13lii
I u 31lii lii 13 13I
I lii 1 I
Fourth Municipal Ward
No NoDelegates NoDIstrict o
District Delegates DelegatesT
37 37SS T 1b
SS 11 11o
3 30 o 12
40
No NoDelegates NoDistrict o
District Dstriot Delegates DelegatesIf Delegatesn
41 If Ifi
42 42III i 1In
13 lU
Fifth Municipal Ward
No NoPatriot Nobl 0
Patriot t I Delegates l tes
50 < J
t1 bl
52 I Ii IiTotal I
Total 51
Date of the Primaries PrimariesPrlmari3 PrimariesPrlrnaris
Prlmari3 Prlmlrl for the election olooton of delegates delegatesto del gate gateto
to tho city clt convention cGnv nUon and to the mu municipal au aunlclpol municipal ¬
nicipal nlclpol ward conventions will wn be held in inthfi Inth inthe
the respective districts In Salt Lake City Cityon Cityon Cityon
on th the th evening of Thursday Sept Se t 21 U I W06 W06The 1 1Th 11106The
The Th primaries s will wi open at 8 oclock p 1 m mand m mand mand
and remain open for at least one hour hourAt lourAt hourAt
At each primary prlln the voters will wi select selectone selec selectone
r
one person porlon to act as chairman of the dIe district iUstrlet dIetnict ¬
trict on and one person as secretary and andthree tnd tndthree andthree
three persons as a 1 district committee commlte the thesame thesame thesame
same being elected for a term of two twoyears two twoonrs twoyears
years yearsThe yearsThe onrs onrsTh
The Th chairman and secretary scretar so elected electedshall electedshal electedshall
shall at tho close of the primary forward forwardto
shal to tho chairman chulrmul coso of the city clt Committee Committeeroom cotmlte committecroom
room 103 Atlas block Salt Lake City CI a aMat alit alist
Mat Of 10 the Atas names of the delegates delegtes and andalternates undIlltornatos andaltornatos
lit
alternates if any nn elected to the conven conventlon cOlven cOlventon conventlon
i
tlon and the names of the chairman chairmansecretary chairmanseoretat chairmansecretary
secretary ton and tho district distrct committee committeeAll commIUel
All legal ogtl voters otcr of Salt Lake City Cty idea Identified tcn tcntned ideatitled ¬
titled A1 with the Democratic Democraticwho Dcmocratcrt DemocratlcAiarty and ul cii ciiwho
who tned expect wll to support w wnominees f10 the Domocratc DomocratcnomhcC Domocratc Domocratcnomidecs
nominees lire to entitled anltlca to participate partcipate ift ifttho 11 dithe
the Domoctatlc primaries urlmnrlesDemocrats primariesDemocrats rlmrlcf
th Democrats Democr t chcrscn ch cn to serve Sro as delegatesthe delegates delegatesto elpsal elpsalt
to the city convention COlvcnUon will wH also serve u udelegates us usdelegates usdelegates
delegates t to o the Ward convention QlycnUon in their theirrespective theirrespcctvo iielr iielrrespective
respective wards wardsBy wurdilBy
wqad wqadB
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mutttca ttCQ v WILL f RAY iJ k Secretary lt1 O ludtmau ludtmauWILL I s
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