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Daughters of Pioneers and andOthers andOthers andOthers
Others Have Exercises to toSing toSing toSing
Sing Utahs Praises PraisesIN
Pr0ably Pre ly tlt the largest Jarge t gathering of e ofDaugiiV the theDaughters th thDUg
Daughters DUg DaugiiV r ot the Utah Pioneirs PJ netirs ne rs held in inEeraral ineeveral Ineverai
Eeraral years ears was that at Calders Park Parkyesterday Parke Parkye8terff
yesterday ye8terff e t6r Jk Quaint costumes some of ofthem ofthem otthem
them brought in the early days across the theplains theplains thep1ans
plains aTafl ah some of them woven and spun spunfrom spunfrom spunfrom
from the tb flrst wool carded c rde in the state statewere statewere statewere
were everywhere In evidence while many manymade manymade manymade
made IB recent years yearsjvere were patterned atter afterthose attert atterthose
those t fashions of long ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The programme arranged by the th com committee committee corninttee ¬
mittee began at 4 oelock and lasted till tillafter till8tter tillutter
after 6 oclock when supper was served servedthe servedthe servedthe
the real pioneers and andtbe the women to whose whosebeing whosef whoneefforts
f efforts > the sueeess ot the whole was due duebAIng duebfIng
being honored with special tables tablesMrs tablesIrs tablesMrs
Mrs Irs Susa Young Gates managed the theprogramme theprognunme theprogramme
programme and introduced each speaker speakerprefacing speakerprefacing speakerprefaclng
prefacing the whole with a brief talk on onthe onthe onthe
the purposes and intents of the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion After the th invocation offered by byMrs brIrs byMrs
Mrs Irs Sarah Jenne Cannon herself a pio pioneer piolWeI ploFer ¬
neer the PyperWhitaeyEnsignSpencer PyperWhitaeyEnsignSpencerquartette
quartette rendered the old song Hard HardTimes HardTimes HardTimes
Times Qorae Again No More and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the chorus was reached the entire au audience audience audience ¬
dience Joined heartily heartilySpeech heartilySpeech teartl1ySpeech
Speech by Governor GovernorGovernor GovernorXovernor GovernorGovernor
Governor John C Cutler was wa introduced Introduceda
as a a pioneer loneer of home industry and a ahomemade aman ahomemade
homemade man He responded wfth wfthR
R brief speech which he read reviewing
the policy of the lad Jea Jeadr er r Brigham Young Youngin
in compelling the pioneers to produce producefverything produceeIjtbing produceeerything
fverything possible In the early days He Hesaid HeEald HeEald
Eald It was both fortunate and unfortun unfortunate unfortunste ¬
ate for the early settlers that they wereISO wereno were wereso
so far from the > base of supplies because becauseif
if j r tended to develop Industries which whichotherwise whichc whichtherwlse
otherwise c > might never have been tried triedwhile triedWhile triedwhile
while at the same time It deprived d the thesettlers thesettlers thesettlers
settlers of many m n comforts He recounted recounteda
a number of the steps in the production productionof
of the articles first found to be necessary necessaryTiotabiy necessaD110tably necessaryrotably
Tiotabiy nails paper printing press hand handpress bandpress handpress
press leather thread and especially e the themanufacture themnufacture thexnanufacture
manufacture of sugar and of woolen woolengoods woolenKGods woolengoods
goods He closed clo ed with a hearty he rt com commendation oommendlLtion cornmendatlon ¬
mendation of the work of the Manufac Manufacturers MaDUf8cturKS ManufactUres ¬
turKS Merchants association and said saidHe saidhe sakie
He e hep hoped d to see the time when Utah peo people people peoplo ¬
ple would not IKO outside of Utah for any anyarticle any3rtlde anyarticle
article they t1 cotild get at home and when whenItah whenrtah whenttah
Itah mJIU manufacturers cturers would see to it that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they could get as good an article here herefor herefor herefor
for their money mone as anywhere anywhereMrs aayWAereMrs anywhereMrs
Mrs Adams on Theatricals TheatricalsMrs
Mrs Asenath Adams was next intro ¬
duced ard gave a brief resume of Salt
Lake theatricals the trica1s from 1865 1S to 1S75 18i Mrs MrsAdams MrsAdams MrsAdarns
Adams mentioned many names connected connectedwith conneetedvth connectedwith
with the th old theatrical days in the state statewhich statewhich statewhich
which have not been hoard for many manyears manyears
3 ears but which are not forgotten as aselved asshown asshown
shown by th the applause which they re reeived recetved
elved When she came to the name of
Phil Margetts a storm of applause kP lause greeted
her l1f r She spoke of her travels over the the1and
land in following her own profession p ofesslon and andsaid and3ald andnaid
said she felt as a sort of avant av nt courier
for the great movement which too had hadIts
its origin here hereSee See America FIrst Her1 Her1whole Her Herwhole Herwhole
whole talk was resonant of patriotism patriotismend
end nd pride in her home state for which whichahe whichehe whichshe
she predicted a 8 great future futureSong futureSong futureSong
Song and Speech SpeechEmma SpeechEml11 SpeechEmma
Emma Lucy Lu < y Gates charming In pioneer pioneercostume pioneercostume pioneercoslume
costume and wearing ve rint her grandmothers grandsnothersornaments grandmothersrn granthuothersornhments
ornaments rn m6nts sang with John D Spencer Spencerthe Spencerthe Spencerthe
the old fashioned hymn Babylon 0
Babylon and again the audience joined joinedwith joinedlth Joinedwith
with lth enthusiasm In the chorus An en enIre encnre j
core Ire was demanded and with the addi ¬
tion of George D Pyper H G Whitney Whitneyand Whitneyand
and Horace Ensign the quintette sang
Th Soldiers Farewell FarewellThis FarewellThis FarewellThis
This was followed by a brief talk on
Pioneer Pione Education by Apostle O F 1
Whitney Whitne in which he recalled the names namesof name5c namesof
of c the older school of educators who whowere whoWEre whowere
were pioneer teachers of the place Pres ¬
ident Joseph F Smith was next intro introduced introducecl introiluced ¬
duced He told the story of how one onewidow onewidow onewidow
widow crossed the plains plai The Pioneer
Gtee lub sang an original pioneer song songcomposed songOomposed songcomposed
composed by C J Thomas the leader of ofthe ofthe ofThe
the first orchestra of the Salt Lake the theatre theatre thestre ¬
atre The formal programme ended with withthft withthp withthe
the benediction pronounced by Mrs Mar Margaret Margaiet Iar Iargan ¬
garet gan t P Young YoungYoung YoungC111310
10 10CUPID
Young People leave for lagoon but butStop butStop butStop
Stop at atO atOFarmington larmington and andGet andGet andGet
Get Married MarriedMiss
Miss Georgia G rgia Whitehead and Alden
Bishop of Salt Lake went to Lagoon Sat Saturday 58turd Saturday ¬
urday urd Miss Whitehead did not come comeback comelack comeback
back but Mrs Alden Bishop did Before Beforethe Beforethe Beforethe
the trip to Lagoon there was no Mrs Al Alden Aldn Alden ¬
den BIShOP So 0 when Mr Bishop intro ¬
duced Mia X Ml Whitehead to her sister and andfamily aDdfamll andfamily
family famll as Mrs Bishop there was all much muchcongratulating muchOongratuJating muchOngEatulating
congratulating and well wishing done by
friends of both young people Both had hadpt
Jtopt pt the secret of their intentions well wellOn wellOn wellOn
On Saturday they th y told their parents parentsthat parentsthat parentsthat
that they were going tng to Lagoon La oon to spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the day When they reached Farmington Farmingtonthey Farmlnltont
they t hp sought so ht a representative of Dan Cu Cupid CuJlid Cupid ¬
pid and the knot was tied tiedBoth tiedBoth tiedBoth
Both are ar employed in the Oregon Short
Lines purchasing agents ts office officeReal ottleeJ ottleeReal officeReal
Real Estate Day Saltair June 28 28Over 28OVlr 28Over
Over 250 O prince iHS cash merchandise merchandiselots
lots etc etcTickets etcTickets etcTickets
Tickets for sale by b all members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association and at headquarters 15 15West 1 1Yest iest
West est Second SoutH SoutHWe out outWe
We Ye invite small checking checkin ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts Pay your bills by check checkit
it looks like busfneee busfne e it is busi business business btisiness ¬
ness you are thus able to keep a aperfect aperfect
perfect account of money paid paidout ptlldout paidout I
out and do away way with th tbe annoy annoyance ¬ I Iance
4 ance of taking takln receipts receiptsWe receiptsWe
We will gladly extend to you youevery youevery youevery
every help bel consistent con lstent with rell reliable rellabJe rellable ¬ I
able banking bankln in advancing dntncl your yourinterests yourInterests yourWePay4PerCerit
interests interestsWe
We WePay4PerCerit WePay4PerCeriton Pay 4 Per Cent Centon
on Savings SavingsSecurity SavingsSalt SavingsSalt I
Salt Lake LakeSeourity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustIN TrustCo TrustC0
Co C0IN i iIN
3234 Main MainStrect Street
Councilmen Black and Martin MartinChoke MartinChoke MartinChoke
Choke Off Protests of Prop Property Prope Property ¬
erty e ty Owners OwnersMORAN OwnersMORAN OwnersMQRAN
By unanimous vete last night the diy rUycouncil diyoouncll iy iycouncil
council approved the action of the bJard boardof
of Ct public works in awarding four l bgstreet bg bgstr > s sstreet
street str 8t paving contracts aggregating ov o o311OOG f l l3OiOOO
307000 to P J Moran The council if iffused 1 1fused ifused
fused to hear a committee representing representingover g gover
over half the property owners affected b bthe bthe Lthe
the propo proposed ed paving of Second South Southstreet Southstreet SuiuhStreet
street Councilmen Arthur F Barnes > s aiJ aiJM al allL a aM
M E Mulvey asked that they the be h hfoaJd hfoaJdbut haidbut ard ardbut
but it required unanimous consent anu anuCouncilmen iHJ iHJCouDcflmen an anCouncilmen
Councilmen T R Black and L D Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin objected objectedThe objectedThe objectedThe
The committee was composed of Henry HenryCohn Hen HenCohn r rCohn
Cohn Charles Crane and Isaac Sears SeareHad S SearsHad ar arHad
Had they been given the floor they would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have requested that Second South street streetbe stre streetbe t tbe
be macadamized instead of being paved pavedwith paxedwith pavedwith
with asphalt Mr Barnes asked that Mr MrCohn MrCohn l1rCohn
Cohn be allowed to speak The objection objectionwas
was made however because Mr Crane Craneaccompanied Craneaccompsnled Craneaccompanied
accompanied him Messrs Black and andMartin andlIarUD andMartin
Martin have a lively recollection of the theI thest1ngin thestinging
I stinging which Mr Crane inflicted upon uponthem uponthem uponthem
them when the amendment to the Snow SnovDarst SnowDarst SnowDarst
Darst gas franchise was pending and andthey aDdthey andthey
they were afraid to let the bars down downlast downJast downlast
last night for fear he would give them a arepetition arepetition arepetition
repetition of it itSays ItSays S
Says Moran Herds Them ThemMr ThemoIl ThemMr
Mr oIl Cranes comment on the refusal of ofthe oftile ofthe
the council to give Mr Cohn the floor floorwas floorwas floorwas
was characteristic characteristicPat
Pat Moran is herding this council like likea
a bunch of cattle he said The interests interestsof
of this city seem to be absolutely in the thehands thebands thehands
hands of fifteen men most of whom are areentirely areentirel areentirely
entirely entirel irresponsible IrrE > sponslble financially financiallyThe financial1The
The board o of public works sent in a acommunication acommunicatIOn acommunication
communication asking that the Moran Morancontracts Morancontracts Iorancontracts
contracts be approved This communica communication ¬
tion set out in considerable detail de taU the thehistory thehistory thehistory
history of the paviny controversy On mo motion motion niotion ¬
tion to approve the contracts every coun councilman councilman councilman ¬
cilman present voted In the affirmative affirmativeCouncilmen affirmativeCouncilmen affirmativeCouncilmen
Councilmen C J Crabtree and Rulon S SWells SWells SWells
Wells were absent absentThe absentThe absentThe
The mayor has five days to approve the thecontracts thecontracts thecontracts
contracts after this thl morning Acting ActingMayor ActingMayor ActingMayor
Mayor A A J T Davis says he will not sign signthe signthe signthe
the contracts provided Mayor Ma or Thompson Thompsonreturns Thompsonreturns
returns r turas from Denver within the fiveday fivedaylimit fhedaylimit livedaylimit
HUes Upholds Dininny DininnyCity DininnyCity
City Attorney Ogden Hues sent to the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council last night a written opinion up upholding upholding upholding ¬
holding the previously rendered verbal verbalopinion verb81opinion verbalopinion
opinion of his assistant as lstant H J Dininny Dininnyto
to the effect that in the letting of con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts the board of public works has the theright theright theright
right to reject the bids and that the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council cannot accept a bid and order a acontract aco acostract
contract co tract awarded after the board has re rejected rejected ¬
jected it The opinion did Hot cover the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of whether the board has the right rightto
to readverlise for bids without authoriza authorization authorization ¬
tion from the council to incur such ex expense expense expense ¬
pense penseThis penseThis
This opinion of Judge Tud e HUes was not notread notread
read in the council because > President PresidentDavis PresidentDavis
Davis directed the recorder not to read it itMr itllr itMr
Mr llr Davis D vis explained this by saying it was wasnot wasnot
not necessary to read it because it was wasmerely wasmerely
merely confirmatory of what Mr Di Dininny DIninny DLninny ¬
ninny had declared to be the law and andfurther andfurther
further that the contracts had been let letand letaD4I letand
and there was now no demand for the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion opinionThe opinionThe opinionThe
The council sustained the veto by b Mayor MayorThompson MayorThompson I
Thompson of the resolution directing the thestreet thest thestreet
street st t supervisor to repair holes in the thepaved thelved thepaved
paved lved streets The veto was based on onthe onthe onthe
the ground round that it was the duty of the thedone theboar theboard
boar of pUblic works to have this work workdone workdone
done The boar3 has awarded a contract contractto
to P J T Moran oran to make the repairs out of ofthe orthe ofthe
the 52509 iOO appropriated for that purpose purposeTo purposeTo purposeTo
To Use Wooden Blocks BlocksUpon BlocksCpon BlocksTpon
Upon the recommendation of Ute street streetcommittee stretcommittee streetcommittee
committee and the board of < f pubnc works worksthe worksthe Worksthe
the council decided to pave the intersec intersection Intersection intersection ¬
tion of Second South and Main streets streetswith streetswith streetswith
with creoresinate wooden blocks and to torepave torepave torepave
repave the following intersections with withasphalt withasphalt withasphalt
asphalt First South and Main First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South and West Temple and Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South and West Temple No estimate has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made of what it will cost costThe costThe
The council approved the contract with withHanley nithHanley
Ritchie for the macadamizing macadamizingof
of Sixth East street for 20919 919 It con concurred concurred concurred ¬
curred in the action of the board of pub public public pubic ¬
lic ic works orks in rejecting the single bid for forthe forthe forthe
the Liberty Libe Park bandstand The coun council councn councli ¬
cil appropriated tOOO 2000 OOG to build it and andW andV andW
W V B Black the only bidder bid err figured It Itat Itat Itat
at J33S1 3SI 3Sl t The council directed the board boardto
to solicit bids an 1 see if contractors could couldnot couldDOt couldnot
not be found who would build it for a asum asum asum
sum inside the appropriation appropriationUpon appropriationrpon appropriationljon
Upon the recommendation of Fire Chief ChiefC
C T Vail A L Houston was confirmed confirmedas
as a member of the tire department to tofill tofill tofin
fill a vacancy vacaDC F L Hansing was con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed as clerk of the > health department departmentto
to succeed W G Norrell orrell resigned and andJ andT andJ
J B Flynn Wa was confirmed as emergency emergencynan
nan for the health department departmentTo
To Regulate Automobiles
On the recommendation of the public publicgrounds pIIollegroUD publicgrounds
grounds groUD S committee Chiet of Police Sheets Sheetswas Sheetswas Sheetswas
was Instructed to keep l ep automobiles from fromentering fromentenngfide fromentering
entering entenngfide side drives and pathways in Lib Liberty Liberty Liberty ¬
erty Park and to see to it that they are areconfined arecoraflned areconfined
confined to the wide main driveways drivewaysThe drIvewaysThe drivewaysThe
The chief of police under a resolution resolutionintroduced resolutionintroduced resolutionintroduced
introduced by b Councilman W 1 J Tudden Tuddenham Tuddenham Tuddenbass
ham was instructed to enfcrce the or ordinance 01diDance ordinanee ¬
dinance against a nst dropping or otherwise de depositing deposUJnl tiepositing ¬
positing gravel vel on paved streets or from fromwashing fromwubing fromweahing
washing gravel vel at fire hydrants or else elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where on paved streets There has been beenmuch beenmuch beenmuch
much complaint of late that this ordi ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
nance was being violated The Tudden Tuddenham Tuddenham Tuddenham
ham resolution was amended so as to en enforce enforce enforce ¬
force the ordinance against dropping coal coalon coalon coalon
on the paved streets streetsCouncilman streetsCouncilman streetsCouncilman
Councilman Thomas Hobday introduced introducedan
an ordinance reducing the license for pool pooland pooland
and 00 billiard tables from 25 5 to 10 per an annum 8nnum annum ¬
num and providing that such license shall shallbe sbllbe shallbe
be paid yearly instead of quarterly There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was quite a discussion on the ordinance ordinanceand
and it was finally laid over for a week weekTo weekTo weekTo
To Paint Fire Hydrants HydrantsThe
The Th waterworks committee recommend recommended ¬
ed that the offer of John W Arnup to topaint topaint topaint
paint the fire hydrants all over the city cft cftfor cityfor j jfor
for 35 cents each be accepted and the thereport thereport thereport
report was adopted There are nearly
1 1200 hydrants They Th y are to be painted paintedtedand paintedtedand
tedand 1 ed 0 and green greenASKS greenASKS greenASKS
Board of Corrections Dubious About AboutStatus AboutStatus AboutI
I Status of Water Contract ContractThe ContractThe ContractThe
The state board of corrections met yes yesterday yest yesterday ¬
terday t day morning mornln and nd decided to ask At1 At1torney At Attorney Attorney
torney General M A ABreeden Breeden for an opin opinIon opinIon j
Ion as to the t e legal right of Salt Lake
City to cancel its contract to f furnsh wa water vatel water ¬
ter to the state prison The city coun council council cooncli ¬
cil owing to a disagreement over the theprice theprice theprice
price to be paid pafdfor for the water has hastitled noi noititled uo
titled the board of corrections that It in Ifttends Intends i itends
tends to stop furnishing furnlshln the prison with withwater wIthwater withwater
water in sixty days Lin Until til the attornay attornaytake attorn9oneral attornorgeneral
general oneral renders his opInion the board wilt wfUtake wilttake
take no further action actionGet actionGet actionGet
Get in on the big blgpizellsLReai prize list Real Es Estate E Etate Etate ¬
tate day at Saltair June 28 2STickets 28Tickets 28Tickets
Tickets are 25c 2 c each for f r sale s le by all allmembers a11mem allmembers
members mem bers of the association and at IS ISWest 16Vest liWest
West Second Sec md South SouthBe SoutnI SoutnBe SouthBe
Be bright and fair fairbathe bathe at Saltair Saltalrr
C E IL Horsley Utah Pioneer of 1861 1861Succumbs 1861Suecum 1861Succumbs
Succumbs s to Disease at atAge atAge
Age of 58 58Clement 58Clement 58Clement
Clement R Horsley Horslt > y died yesterday yesterdayHe terday1
He was born in Cambridgeshire Cambridg > shire England EnglandDec EnglandDec i
Dec SI no 1S47 154 He emigrated to America Americain
in 1855 l8 83 and Jiv Jinli U in B Boston oston Mass until until1Si1tI
1881 whn wh n he crossed cos Pi1 the > plains by OX OXteam oxtEam oxteam
team IT vas as otvir f1 ir > rtii r tAd d to tr the < lat latJohn latfJohn late lateJohn
John S S1 < VTV > < 5 OS c > i Thlfr tw 1 l TH DO1 il
U I M norsiey norsieyjliis norsleyhis
jliis his trad in an adobe building where whereth wherpth wherethe
th the Gardo housE now stands He lived livedwith livedwith livedwith
with the th Brigham Young family for a aI anumber anumber
I number of years yearsHe yearsHe v > ars arsHe
He was called c lled on a mission to St StGeorge StGeorge StGeorge
George in 18S7 While bile there he traveled traveledwith traveledwith traveledwith
with President Erastus Snow and was washie washl8 washis
his private barber He returned to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake in 3871 and followed his trade here hereHe hereHe hereHe
He was also head usher at the Salt Lake Laketheatre LaketheatrE Laketheatre
theatre theatreMr theatrErr
Mr rr H Hrsley rsley was an active member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the volunteer fire department from 1S72 1S72until lSiZnntII 1872until
until the paid department was organized organizedPrior organizedPrior organIzedPrior
Prior to his death he had been in ill illI ilIhelth illhealth
I health for f r a number of years He leaves leavestwo leavestwo leavestwo
two daughters Mrs Nettle D Knowlton Knowltonand Knowltonand Knowltonand
and Mrs H M Duff and two brothers brothersWilliam brothersVilUam brothersWilliam
William Horsley of Brigham City and andHarry nd ndHarry ndHarry
Harry Horsley of Salt Lake Lakeifj LakeIN LakeIN
W J 1 Halloran Thinks Salt lake lakeShould LakeShould LakeShould
Should Adopt Plan Followed Followedby Followedy Followedby
by y Other Cities CitiesSalt CitiesSaIt CitiesSalt
Salt Lake needs general boost com committee cornmittee ¬ I Imittee
mittee said W J Halloran who re returned returned returned ¬
turned yesterday from a trip to southern southernCalifornia southernCalifornia southernCliforniR
California Los Angeles is accomplish accomplishing ¬ I Iing
ing much because she is spending her hermoney hermoney hermoney
money in the right kind of advertising advertisingfor
for the city The merchants subscribe subscribeat i iat
at the beginning of 0 each year > 8r for a de definite definite definite ¬
finite purpose purpo e and the money is in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of a responsible body of citizens citizenswho citizenswho citizenswho
who use it In the best possible way wa to toadvertise toadvertise toadvertise
advertise and promote the best Interests Interestsof
of the city cit Thus they have a fund al always alwa always ¬
ways wa s available a8 lable and are not compelled to tomake tomake tomake
make appeals every time anything turns turnsup turnsup turnsup
up Los Angeles is spending a great deal dealof dealof I Iof
of money in outside advertising and it Is Isjust Isjust IsJust
just what Salt Lake wants The Real RealEstate RealEstate RealEstate
Estate association is doing what it can canand canand j jand
and will spend all the money it makes makesfrom makesfrom makesfrom
from its excursion and its income from fromother fromothtr fromother
other sources to that end Last year the theaseociaUon theassociation j jassociation
association spent s nt T09 OO O more than its In Income Income j jcome
come but there should be some central centralIzed centralIzed i iized
ized effort If the Los Angeles method methodwere methodwere methodwere
were adopted and a responsible commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of citizens from the several public publicassociations publicassociations
associations appointed to deal with the thematter thematter th thmatter
matter there is no end to what they might mightaccomplish mightaccomplish I
accomplish Denver centralizes its ef1 ef1forts ff ffforts efforts
forts The result Is that there will be bethirtyone bethirtone bethirtyone
thirtyone conventions of greater or less lessimportance le55importanee lessimportance
importance held in Denver during this thissummer thissummer thissummer
summer The little town of El Paso PasoTex Pa PasoTex < o oTex
Tex has such a central committee and andfund andfund andfund
fund and it is noticeable that with few fewof fewof fewof
of the advantages possessed by Salt Lake Lakethere Lakethere Lakethere
there will be twentyeight conventions conventionsthere convenUonsthere conventionsthere
there this year ear Even five or six of these thesewould thesewould thesewould
would be a windfall for Salt Lake and andthere andthKe andthere
there is no reason why she should not nothave notbave nothave
have had them The merchants of Salt SaltLake Sa1tLake SaltLake
Lake are very liberal when any public publicmatter publIcmatt publicmatter
matter matt r comes Into question Just Ju t before beforeI
I left I was on a 8 committee to collect collectfunds collectfunds collectfunds
funds for the building bulldln of the boulevard boulevardWe
We found no difficulty in raising 1000 in ina ina Ina
a few hours I believe the merchants merchantswould merchantswould merchantswould
would welcome a scheme to systematize systematizetheir systematsetheir systematizetheir
their subscriptions for public purposes purposesand purposesand purposesand
and that sufficient money could be raised raisedin raisedin raisedia
in this way at the beginning of each year yearto 3earto yearto
to carry on a campaign that would nut nutSalt nutSalt ut utsalt
Salt Lake in the front rank as a 8 conven convention conyention convention ¬
tion city and that coupled with the ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of the several societies would thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly advertise her Then there would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be no necessity for the making of appeals appealsfor
for funds a number of times through the theyear theyear theyear
year There Tht > re would be a fund to be ad administered administered administered ¬
ministered for public purposes that would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be ample amplePICNIC
G A R and SpanishAmerican Sol Soldiers S Soldiers ¬
diers Will Go to Lagoon LagoonJune LagoonJune LagoonJune
June 29 29The 29The 29The1
The United Society of SpanishAmer SpanishAmerican ¬
ican War ar Veterans met in the Scott build building bulld1Df bulMing ¬
ing 1Df last evening evenln About fifty fift members memberswere memberswere memberswere
were were present After initiating ten new newmombers newmJmbers newmembers
members the meeting was turned over to tothe tothe tothe
the arrangement arr i1gement of plaits for the ucamp ucampfire camp campfire campfire
fire to be held by b this order and the G GA GA GA
A R at Lagoon June 29 5 Both societies societiesare
are working hard to make this affair one oneof oneof oneof
of the most unique and thoroughly en enjoyable enjoyabl enjoyable ¬
joyable picnics of the summer Features Featuresof I
of the days programme will be the hard hardtack hardtack hardtack ¬
tack beans bacon and cofee feed served servedaround servedaround servedaround
around a campfire and a baseball game gamewhich gamewblch gamewhich
which will be played between a team teampicked te tekmpicked m mpicked
picked from members of the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican
American war veterans and the G A R Rveterans RycteI1U1S Rveterans
veterans veteransThe ycteI1U1SThe veteransThe
The SpanishAmerican war veterans veteranswho veteranswho veteranswho
who will line up against the old boys are areC areC areC
C Wagner first base T Sleater second secondbaae secoRdbaae secondbase
baae W Edwards third base J O Ny Nystrom Nystrom y y5trom
strom abort stop B Ash tgh left field WFl WFlHam Wil11am WUUam
Ham Thomas Thom right field J Huber center centerfleW centerflekl centerfield
fleW A S Peterson catcher W Fred FredGriffiths FrdGrJtfltbs FredGriffiths
Griffiths pitcher and Bert Hulbert sub substitute substitute substitute ¬
stitute stituteA
A committee selected ted to solicit beans beansand beansand beamsand
and bacon for the campfire feed com comprises comprises cornprizes ¬
prises C J Bywater August Llngberg LlngbergJ
J A Lee E V Williamson J C Hil Hilbert HilHrt Hilbert
bert W S Shay SR Robert Reed H Deer Deerlag Deeriug Deer1mg
lag and M Maurice rk Levy LevyPERSONAL LeV LeVo LevyPERSONAL o I IPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALCouncilman PERSONALCouncilman I ICoulldlman
Councilman T R Black and Mrs Irsr Black Blackfcave Black1t Blackhave
have 1t ve returned from a three wealds we s trip tripto trIpto tripto
to their thou oM home in Iowa and to Chicago ChicagoMrs Chf Ciiioo CiiiooMrs If If11rs
Mrs A Wltzell tzeU was successfully operat operated opltatedupo operated ¬
ed edupo upon at the Holy Cross hospital hOiJpitalyes hOiJpitalyesterday yes yesterday yosterda3 ¬
terday terdayVolunteer terdayVolunteer 5 5 5S 5Volunteer
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Volunteer Firemen arc re requested to toattend tJattend toattend
attend the funeral of their late lat com comrade comrade cornratio ¬
rade Clem H Horsley on Wednesday Vedneda r rTune
Tune 27 at 2 ock oeIock > ck p m services at ati atiesldence
i esidence 361 Fourth street streetWALLPAPER
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Uptodate goods at popular prices pricesPainting pricesPaintlng pricesPalntjng
Painting and Paper hanging hangingChas S
Chas H Bodel 33 East 1st South SouthSee S Sb th thr thSee
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See the champion high hlghdh diver er atSalt atSaltair atSallair aLSaltair
air this afternoon and evening
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Chris Larson Leaves Camp at atFish atFish atFish
Fish Springs and Fails Failsto Failsto Failsto
Ihris uris Larson a prospector SB l years ye rs of ofjc ofD ofjS
jS jc D has been be n nUsMlI missing for five days from fromhis fromIus from1iis
his camp near Fish Jo lah Springs Sprj in the Deep Deepc DeepCrtOk Doptk
c CrtOk S rtk mining minln district and yesterday his hIstwnds histrArids j jfriends
friends enlisted the services ofSheriff ofSheriff7vans of Sheriff SheriffJ Sheriffflans
flans J ans of Tooele and Sheriff C F Emery Emeryt EmerySalt
S t Salt Lake to aid in the search It is isilivod isItkv Ise
ilivod Itkv e > d that Larson WK W IO > left leftcamp camp to to4o tolJ
4o lJ for some horses lost his way and andItrhaps andrhaps andurhaps
Itrhaps rhaps wandered out Into that desert desertountry desertotmtry desertountry
ountry where he died of thirst and huni hunir hun huns huner
s er r Larson was a member of the Swe Sweish Sweash Swetsh
ash Brotherhood of Salt Lake and at a amating am am
mating m ting of that organization held last lastnight lastnfghl lastnight
night it was decided to send out a search searching searchIng searching ¬
ing party today consisting of a dozen dozenmen dozenmfO dozenmen
men to assist in the hunt huntFor buntFor huntFor
For years ears Larson has haspcospccted prospected in Deep DeepS
S Creek He located and sold some of the thebest thebest thebest
best mining properties in that district districtAs
S As he knew the country like a book bookhis bookhis bookhs
his friends think that it 18 is strange that thathe thathe thathe
he should get lost He has prospects scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered all over that country and along the thefew thefew thefew
few mountain streams and springs where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he made his camps campsFails cam camFails campsFails
Fails to Return ReturnIt
It was growing dark dar according to two twomore twomore twomore
more prospectors who were in camp with withhim withhim withhim
him when Larson left for the horses horseswhich horseswhich horseswhich
which were grazing about a mile or two twoIn twoIn twoIn
In the mountains He had no food with withhim withhim withhim
him and said when he left to prepare sup supper supper supper ¬
per as he would be back shortly He Hedid Hedid Hedid
did not come however and the next nextmorning nextmornlnJ nextmornlng
morning mornlnJ the men went out In search of ofhim ofhIm ofhim
him They found the horses some dis distance distance distance ¬
tance away but no trace of Larson was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found The animals aim ls were brought back backto backto backto
to camp and saddled and another search searchwas searchwas searchwas
was made They visited all of Larsons Larsonsprospect Larsonsprospect Larsonsprospect
prospect holes in that part of the coun country country country ¬
try but then were no signs of his hay having harIng hayIng ¬
ing been there The springs in the des desert desert denert ¬
ert country were visited but in vain vainThe vainThe vainThe
The two men went w nt to Tooele yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning j
morning thinking that Larson might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have wandered there His friends in Salt SaltLake SaltLake j
Lake were notified of his disappearance disappearancebut
but he had not been seen in the city cityMay cityMay j jMay
May Have Died of Alkali AJkaliTh AlkaliThe j jThe
The Th supposition is that in the darkness
he became lost and wandered out on the thewest thewest thewest
west desert where there Is no water ex except except oxcept ¬
cept alkali springs here and there Fam Famished Famished FainIshed ¬
ished with thirst it is believed that he hedrank hedrank hedrank
drank the water which swells the throat throatclosed throatdosed throatclosed
closed death following from strangula strangulation strangulation strangulation ¬
tion tionWill tionOUTING tionOUTINO
Will Be at Lagoon Tomorrow TomorrowFlour TomorrowFlourfor Hour Hourfor
for Prizes in Many ManyEvents ManyEvents ManyEvents
Events EventsThe EventsThe EventsThe
The millers and grain dealers have an anouting anouting anouting
outing at Lagoon tomorrow Besides the thedrawing thedrawing thedrawing
drawing for the prizes in the evening eveningthere eveningthere eveningthere
there are many ma y other features scheduled scheduledThe scheduledThe scheduledThe
The following fo1Iowin is a partial list of the theprizes theprizes theprizes
prizes to be given away awayFor awayFor j
For the largest lar e5t family famn at Lagoon this thisday thIsday I Iday
day 200 pounds of highpatent flour fJourFor flourFor j
For the family having the largest num number twinher i iber
ber of girls boys barred 300 pounds of ofhighpatent ofhighpatent ofhighpatent
highpatent flour flourFor flourFor r rFor
For the oldest couple on the grounds groundsages SToundsales groundsages
ages combined 200 I pounds of highpat highpatent ¬
ent flour flourFor flourFor fIoutFor
For the youngest married couple there thereages thereages thereages
ages combined 100 pounds of highpat highpatent ¬
ent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the family faIRiI having the largest num number number twinher ¬
ber of boys girls barred 2DO OO O pounds of ofhighpatent ofhighpatent ofhighpatent
highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the bestlooking baby bab under 1 year ear j
100 pounds of highpatent flour flourFor 1ourFor j
For boys bo race under 10 years Oftrs fifty fiftypounds fiftypounds fiftypounds
pounds of highpatent flour flourFor tlourFor flourFor
For girls race under 1 IS years fifty fiftypounds fiftypounds fiftypounds
pounds of highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For womens race any age ftfty ftftypounds ftftypounds fiftypounds
pounds highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the best Scotch Highland fling dan dancer dancer danocr ¬
cer 100 pounds of highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the best English hornpipe dancer dancerioo
100 pounds of highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the bestwaltzing couple at Lagoon
160 pounds of highpatent flour second secondprize seco secondprize d dprize
prize fifty pounds poundsTo
To each of the first six ladies who shoot shootthe shootthe shootthe
the chutes without screaming or without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the exclamation of UAh Ah I fifty pounds of ofhighpatent orhighpatent ofhighpatent
highpatent flour flourTo flourTo flourTo
To the prettiest girl from Salt Lake 100 100pounds 100pounds 100pounds
pounds of highpatent flour flourTo flourTo flourTo
To the prettiest girl from Ogden 100 100pounds 100pounds 100pounds
pounds of highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the best floral decoration at t the thebanquet thebanquet thebanquet
banquet 200 pounds of highpatent flour flourFor flourFor flourFor
For the man catching the most fish at atthe atthe atthe
the Lagoon pond between 5 and 6 oclock
100 pounds of highpatent flour second secondprize secondprize secondprize
prize fifty pounds All fish caught in inthis inthis Inthis
this contest to be the property of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee committeeTo
To the first person climbing the greasy greasyFor greaspole
pol pole 100 pounds of hl highpatent fttent flour flourS
S For F r the first prize 1n in the boat race 100 100pounds 100pounds 100pounds
pounds of highpatent flour second prize prizefifty prizefltt prizeFr
fifty fltt pounds poundsFor poundsFor
For the best swimmer 200 pounds of ofhighpatent ofhighpatent
highpatent flour second prize 100 pounds poundsCompetitors poundsCompetitors poundsCompetitors
Competitors to furnish bathing thlng s suits suitsFor suitsFor its itsFor
For the first couple to get married on onthis onthis onthis
this day at Lagoon resort at 6 p m 500 500pounds 500pounds 500pounds
pounds of highpatent flour flourThe flourThe flourThe
The committee who has the affair In Incharge Incharge incharge
charge Is composed of A Vogeler chair chairT7 chairman chairman
man T7 E T E T Rich > XA1 Bailey DaitA JP SJrtriCS Son Miller MillercommissIons MiUercommissions TlllOT TlllOTcommissions
commissions house and Turner Bros Co CoAH CoAll CoAll
All members meml > e > rs will be barred from all con conHAVE contest5 eontests
tests testslIME
41 41Swedes >
Swedes Go to Lagoon on Outing OutingOther OutingOther
Other Events Eventsgramme on Pro Programme Jro ¬
gramme grammeThe
The Norden rden Literary society socl ty and their theirfriends theirfrieoos theirfriends
friends went to 1 Lagoon yesterday esterda and andheld andbeld andheld
Swedish national nationaldances nationaldances nationaldances
held a a carnival of the
dances There was a large crowd of ofSwedes ofSwedes ofSwedes
Swedes present from all parts of th thstate th6 th6statf thistate
state stateThe statfThe stateThe
The sports in the afternoon consisted consistedof
of foot racing boat racing and other ath athletic athetic athetic ¬
etic contests There were a great sreatmony sreatmonytvents many manyevents manyevents
events and they occupied the greater part partof partot partof
of the afternoon afternoonAt
At 3 oclock and at 7 oclock oclo k the dan dancers dancers daneels ¬
cers garbed In their native dress danced dancednational dancednational dancednational
national dances dancesIn dan danIu
In the evening < < venfn a short play was given givenentitled givenentitled iven ivenenUtle4
entitled A Trip to Stockholm Stocl hClm and also alsoa a1 o oa
a short concert In the roller rollerskating skating rink rinkwhere rinkwhere rinkwhere
where most of the native Swedish tunes vtuneswere tuneswere tuneswere
were played playedIf S SIf
If you will make make makelnqulry Inquiry it will be a arevelation arelatlon arevelation
revelation to you how many succumb succumbtx
tx to > kidney or bladder troubles in one oneform oneform oneform
form or another If the thepatler patient t is not notbeyond notbe notbeyond
beyond be ond medical aid Foleys Fol s Kidney KidneyCure KidneyCure Kidney5Cure
Cure will cure It never disappoints disappoIntsF j jF
F J Hill Drug Co the Never Substi Substitutors Substitutors Substitutors
tutors tutorsGet
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fr r rGet 5
S Get in on the big prize Jrl list Real I Es Estate Estate Estate ¬ e
tate 5 day at Satteir June 2S 2STickets 28Tickets uSTickets
Tickets are 25c each for sale by all allmembers allnumbt allmembers
members numbt > r8 of the association and an at ls lsWest i6West > 0 0V
West V > st Seccnd Seer nd South
Annual Excursion Will Be to toJunction toJunction toJunction
Junction City CityLarge Large At Attendance Attendance Attendance
tendance Expected ExpectedBIG ExpectedBIG j i ji jBIG
The old folks of Salt Lake and Weber Webercounties Webercounties Yebercounties
counties will be entertained at Ogden Ogdcnat O dcn dcnat
at their annual outing this year 1Cllr Which Tvhlchtakes Whichtakes hien hientakes
takes place today at Glen Glenw G1envod wood od park parkThe parkThe parkThe
The number of tickets ti kets already Issued in inSalt inSalt InSalt
Salt Lake alone exceeds 1100 and it is isestimated Ipestimated Isestimated
estimated that lSSO persons will attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the outing outingThe outingThe outingThe
The old folks will travel In a special specialtrain specIaltrain specialtrain
train which has been offered by the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande railroad officials It willcontain willcontain will willcontain
contain eighteen eighte n passenger cars and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two commissary cars The best chair chaircars chaircars I Icars
cars will be used and the railroad peo people peopIe ¬
pie win take ta every possible precaution precautionfor I
for the comforl of the old folks The TheUtah TheUtah TheUtah
Utah Light Railway company have havealso havealso havealso
also offered to let all those who wear wearbadges wearbadges wearbadges
badges ride on their cars cars free of charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeThe
The train will leave Salt Lake at 815 815oclock 81 81oclock 815oclock
oclock in the morning and returning returningwill
will leave Ogden at 6 p m mMany mMany inMany
Many things have been arranged for forthe forthe forthe
the old folks entertainment In the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon there will be a programme programmej programmewhich programmewhlchwill
j which whlchwill will nclude speeches and music musical
al numbers The Tout family have of offered offered offered ¬
fered their the r services for the occasion occasionThe occasionThe occasionThe
The old folks choir will be on hand as asusual asusual asusual
usual under the leadership of W H HFoster HFoster HFoster
Foster The rest of the time will be bespent bespent bespent
spent in a general reunion and hand handj handshaking handshaking
j shaking
Banquet to t Be Given GivenA
A banquet will be given ven and about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty persons will wi go from here to assist assistin asIst asIstin
in waiting waitng on the table The Te old folks folksare folksare folksare
are asked aked to provide rovl e themselves with withforks withforks withforks
forks knives and plates plate because becuse it i will willbe wU willbe
be impossible impssible to get enough enugh of these ar articles artcles artides ¬
tides tcles for such a 8 number Some liberal liberaldonations lberl lberldonatons liberaldonations
donations donatons have have been made for this large largedinner largedinner largedinner
dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe dinnerThe
The invitation inviaton for the outing outng has ha been beenextended beenetende beenextended
extended etende to all al those tbosein wn the two coun counties countes counties ¬
ties tes who have passed pse the age of 70 70years 70yer 70years
years yer It I does doe not require reuire any nation nationality naton natonalt nationality ¬
ality alt demonlnatkm emoninaton or color clor only that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the person is above above the specified specifed age ageThose age ageThose
Those who are ae blind blnd or crippled in any anyway ay ayway anyway
way are allowed alowed to have hve an attendant attendantBadges atendant atendantBadges attendantBadges
Badges to Show Age AgeAll AgeAU AgeAll
All those present prRt will wil be provided providedwith provide providedwith
with wih badges badge telling telng how old they are areThose are areThose
Those Tose between 70 and 80 8 will wi wear we a ared 3 ared
red badge between beten SO S and SO 0 a blue bluebadge bluebadge bluebadge
badge and between 90 9 and 100 10 a white whiterosette whiterosete whiterosette
rosette rosetteThe rosete roseteThe rosetteThe
The committee commitee which hldl has ha the general generalarrangements generl generlarrangement generalarrangements
arrangements arrangement in charge is made up of ofW ofW ofw
W B Preston Peton C R R Savage William WilliamEddington Wiiam WiiamEddingon WilliamEddington
Eddington Eddingon William Wii m Naylor John Kirk Kirkman Kirkman Kirkman
man Andrew Jenson Tensn Wiiam William B Bar Barton Br Brton Barton ¬
ton Hyrum Hyrm Gnesoeck GMebec George Geore B Mar Margetts Margetts Margetts
getts B F Grant
Fruit Ft of All Al Kinds Kds Is Becoming BecomingCheaper BecomingCheaperMore ecomng ecomngCheaperMore
Cheaper CheaperMore More Melons Melonson
on Way WayA
A carload crod of fresh freh walnuts Brazil Brazi and andfilbert andfbert andfilbert
filbert fbert nuts nut arrived aved for a local Joc1 wholesaler wholesaleryesterday whoealer whoealeryeterday wholesaleryesterday
yesterday yeterday and d were ere distributed ditributed among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the local locl retail retai merchants They brought broughtat brught brughtat
at wholesale wholese about abut Id 1 cents a a pound pund and andare andare andare
are of an exceptionally ecepUonaly good goo quality qualityThe quolt quoltThe qualityThe
The wholesale wholele meat met dealers did not notmake notmake notmake
make any an changes in prices price at their meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing yesterday but deferred the matter matteruntil mater materunt matteruntil
until unt next Monday 1Iondar when there will wJ prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be some reductions reductionsPoultry ructons ructonsPoulr reductionsPoultry
Poultry Poulr came cme in in greater greter quantities quantitiesyesterday quantitiesyesterday
yesterday than for some sme time time The prices pricesremain pricesrmain pricesremain
remain rmain about the same sme Utah springs springssell springssell
sell sel at wholesale wholeCle for 25 cents per pound poundUtah poundUtah poundUtah
Utah hens at 17 cents and and eastern hens at
16 cents per pound poundFruits poundFruits poundFruits
Fruits are cheaper chepr Utah Uta sweet cher cherries cherrie cherries ¬
ries rie could be bought bught yesterday in the re retail retall ¬
tail market at 5 cents a a pound plums wre were
10 cents a pound poun and an peaches pache of a 8 good goodquality goodqualty goodquality
quality qualty were sold sld at the same price The Thelarge The18rge Thelarge
large black cherries cherrie are 15 cents cent per perpound perpound perpound
pound or two pounds pund for 25 2 cents Melonswill Melons Melonswill IelonswI
will wI be more plentiful plentful before the end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the week as a four carloads crlods of the Texas Texasvariety Texasyaiety Texanvariety
variety yaiety are now on thj th I way here hereWALLPAPER hereI hereWALLPAPER hereWALLPAP
The kind knd that tat decorates deortes George Gerge W WEbert WEbort WEbort
Ebort Co 57 Main MainMounts MainS MainMount MainMounts
Mounts Mount relishes relshe are making a name namefor namefor namefor
for themeelves theme elves and Utah Uth by their teir un unsurpassable unurpsble unsurpassable ¬
surpassable urpsble purity purty S and a deliciousness deliciousnessSeasons delciousness delciousnessSsons deliciousnessS deliciousnessSeasons
Seasons may rBJ be b very Ver changeable c eble but butthe butthe butthe
the seasoning seorlng of Mounts Mount Chow Chow is isprepared isprepre Isprepared
prepared prepre to suit sui all U seasons seasonsSee seons seonsU seonsSe seasonsSee
See Se the champion chapion high diver di ver at Salt Saltair SaUall Saltair
air this tis afternoon and ad evening eveningBe
r r rBe
Be bright and fair taibathe fairbathe U bathe at Saltair SaltairThe S SaitairU SaitairThe ltir ltirThe
The human fish fsh at Faltair FaltairThe SaltairLi altlr altlrThe
Li J I I I IThe
The name of Williams Wilams on soap soapof soapof soapof
of any description decrption guarantees guarntees the theexcellence theexcelence theexcellence
excellence excelence of the the soap soapFor soapFor soapFor
For years ers we have bave sold Wil Williams Wi Wilams Wilhams ¬
hams lams shaving shaving soap spto to the entire entiresatisfaction entre entresatsfcton entiresatsftctlon
satisfaction satsfcton of all n who have used usedt usedt
t t and now we have an assort assortment assortment assortinent ¬
ment of highly hihly perfumed toilet toiletsoap toiet toietsoap toiletsoap
soap relM em eIllng g at 10 cents the cake cakeor cke ckeor cakeor
or three for 25 cents which we wecan wecan wecan
can thoroughly toroughly recommend to tocritical toritcl to2ritJcal
critical ritcl people peopleWilliams poDle poDleWiim peo9IeWillims
Williams Wiim Plnkdor PInkodora Japco JapcoSandalwood JapcoSandalwood TapcoSandalwoo
Sandalwood Sandalwoo and ad Heliotrope HeliotropeSCfiAMM Helotrope HelotropeSCIRAMMS HeliotropesCtrnAMMs
Where the Cars Stop StopThe StopThe
i The Great Prescription Prripton Drug Drg DrugS
S Store Store S Si
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It is STRAW STRW TIME TI sure enough and ad we have hve the te Straws Stwste Strawsthe 0 the kind kindyou kd kdyou kindyou
you wear wea for cool comfort comor and a well dressed dessed head The Te variety vaet is isbetter isbeter isbetter
better beter now than thn ever this t season seson as the te stock stok has hs just jus been sweet sweetened sweet ¬
4 ened with wth several severl new Tines les We have just your you size and just your yourshape you yourshape
shape shapeTHOSE shpe shpeTHQSE shapeTHOSE
This Ths is isNegligee
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Negligee NegligeeTime Neglgee lie Under UnderClothes UnderSb UnderSirt
Sb Sirt Clothes ClothesTime Clotes ClotesTe
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Assistant Assistnt Engineer Engeer of New Company CompanyTells CompanyTels CompanyTells
Tells Tels of Progress Progess of Work Workon
on Plant PlantThe PlantTe PlantThe
The Te Utah Gas cr Coke company compny will willbe wmbe willbe
be able to deliver gas to consumers consumer early earlynext ely elynet earlynext
next net spring said R R IL C Cornish Corish assist assistant assistant 6st 6stant ¬
ant engineer m ineer of the Milwaukee Miwaukee Gas com company cm cmpany cornpany ¬
pany who with Mrs Mr Cornish Corish has ha been beenstaying be beenstaying
staying st1ng at the Knutsford Mr Ir Cornish Corish is isassistant i isassistant
assistant assisant to R R B Brown Brow who is the con consulting consulting consuIting ¬
sulting engineer of the Utah tah Gas Coke Cokecompany Cokecompany Cokecompany
company engneer and under whose advice ad1 the new newplant newplant newplant
plant is being erected erectedI S SI
I have no doubt that the company companywill compay compaywI companywill
will wI be abje to carry crry out its it plans in infull Inful Infull
full ful and ad give the people of Salt Lake Lke a agood agood agood
good service of gas cindy ealy next spring
Al All difficulties diffcultes with wth g water wter at the site of ofthe orHi ofthQ
the Hi works work are being overcome and ad the thework thew thework
work w rk of excavating ecatn for the foundation foundaton Is IsKoing Isgoing Isgoing
going on rapidly rpidly We have been bn waiting waitng
for piling ping and In a week or ten days dayswill dayswi dayswill
will wi be be well wel alone along with wih the te foundation foundationThe foundaton foundatonThe foundationThe
The company is doing most of Its it own ownwork ownwork
work but the contracts contract for the Iron work workand workand workand
and gas g holder were let to the Biter RlterConley Rler RlerConley BiterConley
Conley company compny of Pittsburgh Pitsburg This firm firmhas firmha firmhas
has ha been ben getting gettng out the stuff very rap
Idly idy and hae ha e it practically prctcany ready at atPittsburg atPittburg atPittsburg
Pittsburg Pittburg There Tere will wi be no delay in this thisconnection thisconnecton thisconnection
connection connectionThe connecton connectonThe connectionThe
The companys trench digger is mak making makIng makIng ¬
ing great et progress progess with wih the ditches diches for forthe forthe forthe
the mains main It is now working working along
Third South street street and if it continues contnues to toget toget toget
get out the dirt at the rate rte It has h been beendoing beendoing beendoing
doing there will wi be no question queston but that thatthe tht
the mains will wi be all al laid this summer summerthat smmer smmerthat summerthat
that Is the fiftyfive ffYfive miles mie which it is isthe Isthe i ithe
the companys intention intenton to put down dow at atonce atoncp atonce
onceThe oncpTe The Te chances chance are excellent excelent here for a amodern amodern amodern
modern gas plant plant and the gas ga can be befurnished b befurnished
furnished to Salt Sal Lake consumers consumet1t g jt it a avery aver avery
very ver reasonable resonable rate Indeed indeed Everything Ee thing
installed by b the company company is of the best
and the contracts now being made madecall madecan madecall
call for the very ver best bestI bet S SI
I am leaving leaving for Milwaukee Miwaukee tonight tonightbut tonight tonightbut
but will wl probably be in Salt Sal Lake Le a good goodmany goodmany
many man times tmes before the work is finished finishedThe finishedThe
The Te work here is ii in charge of W E EMockett E1iocket EMockett
Mockett 1iocket and Mr 11 Brown and a myself m seJf only onlyact onl onlact onlyact
act in an advisory advisor capacity capaciy
The office staff is moving this week weekinto weekinto weekinto
into the new quarters quarers In the Eldredge Eldredfeblock Eldredgeblock Eldredgeblock
block block though these are as yet et hardly hardlyready hardlyready hardlyready
ready for occupancy occupac Yesterday the con contract contrct contract ¬
tract trct was given for the fitting ftting up of the thepremises thepremise thepremises
premises premise to the Sierra Nevada evda Lumber Lumberi LumbercompnnJ Lumbercompany
i company The building buiding is to be entirely entirelyrefitted entrely entrelyrefted entirelyrefitted
refitted refted with a handsome front and up uptodate uptodate uptodate
todate office officeHARRIMAN oficeo oficeoHARRIMAN officeHARRIMANNOT
Rumor That He Contemplated Street StreetCar StreetCar I ICar
Car Purchase Denied DeniedA
A rumor given gven currency curenc r yecterday that thatE thatK
E H Harriman contemplated purchas purchasing purcbasing purchasing ¬
ing the Utah Light Railway Riway company companyvas compy companycas I IVa
Va vas emphatically emphatcIy denied enie by Vice Presi President Pre President ¬
dent and General Gen ral Manager Manger W V H Ban Bancroft Bancroft Bancroft ¬
croft of the Oregon Short Line Line Mr 11r Ban Bancroft Ba Bancroft ¬
croft is I chief
Mr Harrimans representa representative representatve ¬
tive tve in this territory territoryYou terrionYou terrioryYou
You can cn state stte positively positvely that tat E H HHarriman HHaman HHarriman
Harriman Haman is not considering considerng the purchase purchaseof
of the street steet railway raHw1Y system in Salt Sa1 Lake Lakebelonging Lke Lkebelonging Lakebelonging
belonging to the Utah Uth Light Railway Railwaycompany Rwy Rwycmpany Railwaycompany
company cmpany said Mr Bancroft Bancrof yesterday yeterday
The idea is aosurd Mr r Harriman Harlm n has hasenough hasenough hasenough
enough on his hands hand in the matter mater of ofgreat ofgeat ofgreat
great geat railway riway lines lnes without going into the thestreet tbestret thestreet
street stret railway raiway and electric eletic light lght business businessIn
In Salt Sat Lake Lke He Hes is a railway riay man mn out outand outand outand
and out and I am certain cerain is not going goingto
to extend his 11s operations operatons in the direction directionof dirton dirtonof
of street stret car cr Iires Ire Nor is the Oregon OregonShort Oren OrenShort OregonShort
Short Line interested in such a a project projectIn projet projetIn
In fact I had never heard of the rumor rumoruntil rumorunli rumoruntil
until unli you ou called cned my attention attenton to It I It Itis ItIs
is a dream and is absolutely unfounded unfoundedGeneral unfounde unfoundedGeneral
General Manager R S Campbell CAmpbel of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway Raiwy company compny said sid he heknew hekew heknew
knew kew nothing of the umor that Harri Harriman Hari Hariman Harriman ¬
man tem was wa likely lkely to purchase purchae the sys system 5Stem systern ¬
1 1TWO
Pupils Pupis of Mrs Andrews Andlcws and Mrs MrsMorris MrsMorris MrsMorris
Morris Will Wi Entertain EntertainVocal EntertainVocal EntertainVocal
Vocal recitals rcias will wi be given this even evenIng evening evening
Ing by the pupils pupis of ofMrs Mrs gve Allison Alion G An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews and those of Mrs Irs Emma Ramsey RamseyMorris Rmsy RamseyMorris
Morris Moris Mrs Mr Andrews recital recitl is to be In Inthe Inthe Inthe I
the First Firt Presbyterian Presbyteran church and an or orchestra orchetr orchestra ¬
chestra chetr of six pieces piece pupils pupis of George GeorgeE Gerge GergeE
E Skelton Skelon will wi accompany as a well wel as asMrs asMrs asMrs
Mrs Skelton Skelon and Mrs Irs T W V Selser SelserThose SeiserThose SelserThose
Those who will wi take part in the pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme are ae Miss Janet Wittich itch Miss MissHelen Mis MissHelen
Helen Hartley Harte Miss 1Iss Marjorie Mare Brooks BrooksMiss BrooksMtss I
Miss lss Ellen Elen Pitts Pits George Kllnk Klnk Morris MorrisAndrews MorrisAndrews
Andrews Miss Alberta Albert McCanne lIcCnne Miss MissMargaret MissMaret MissMargaret I
Margaret Maret Burton Clarence M 11 Burton BurtonMrs BurtonMrs BurtonMrs
Mrs L G Burton Mrs George Gere E Skel Skelton Skelton Skelton ¬
ton Miss Bessie G Deisher Miss Linnie LinnieFrances LlnnJeFrnces LinnieFrances
Frances Frnces Butt Rut Miss Phylllis Phylis H Burton Burtonand Burn Burnand Burtonand
and Miss is Emily Emiy C Clowes ClowesMrs CloweslIrs ClowesMrs
Mrs Morris recital will wl be held In the theY theY theY
Y M C A auditorium audiorIum Miss Mis Jennie JennieSands JennieSands JennieSands
Sands l will wJ be the accompanist and will willalso wi willalso
also render some numbers number Those on the theprogramme theprogmme theprOTamme
programme are Edith Edth Grant Grt Florence FlorenceGrant Forence ForenceGrant FlorenceGrant
progmme Grant Grant Sarah Rasmussen H Charlotte CharlotteEsterblom Charote CharoteEsterblom CharlotteEsterblom
Esterblom and Lottie Lotte Owen There will willbe wi willbe
be eleven ele en numbers numbersWILL number numberWILL numbersWILL
Ogden Concern Incorporated to Man Manufacture Manufacture ¬
ufacture Cures for Human Ills IllsThe Is IllsThe
The Carab Carb Medicine company of Og Ogden Ogden ¬
den formed fored to manufacture several kinds kindsof kindsof kindsof
of patent medicines filed ed its it articles atcle of ofincorporation orIncrrton ofIncorporation
incorporation Incrrton with the secretary secret of f state stateyesterday stateycst stateyestday
yesterday ycst day It I Is capitalized cpltlzed for 100000 100000the 100 100000the
the par pa valua lu of each ec share being 1 The Theofficers Theofficrs Theofficers
officers officrs of the company c mpany are President PresidentDr Peident PresIdentDr
Dr J 1 M l Elliott EIott vice president preident J H HDonnellon HDonneIon HDonnellon
Donnellon DonneIon secretary secetn Henry Henr M L Hanson Hansontreasurer Hanon Hanonteasurer Hansontreasurer
treasurer teasurer W B V vSdell deI attorney atorev Jo Jo JosePh j jseph
seph Chez Chezrhe ChezThe i iThe
The La L9 Salle Mineral 1Incj1 company ccmpan of Og 0 0den ¬
den filed fpd an amendment amendent to Its articles articlesof artcle
of incorporation Incorort t y YJt yssteiday sterday d increasing Incresing Its Itscapital It Itscapital
capital apltl stocks stock from nOOOOto 140 1Q000 to1500000
Can actvely actively stmulate stimulate busies busiesand business businessand
and rep reap 8 a ver very fall fair proft profit on the theIncree theIncrease
Incree Increase of trade by puttng putting i in ingood
go good assortment rtent ot otFIRE S SFIRE
Wo c can supply the god good as assrtment assortment
srtment sortment Be sure to get et yur yurorder your yourorder
order in this week weekSWEET weekSWEET
Ord Orders rs by mai mail or telephone
prompty promptly filled filledLOCAL Hed HedLOCAL
BAK BANK CLEARINGSThe local locl banic banicMR han
clearings for
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were 446A1 Corresponding dy day l last yea 1
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Elme Elmer L Gohen Goshen wi will deiver deliver LECT1RRev 8 lure lecture to
day at the
University summer school
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will 11 b be give given at the assembly sembh sume hal ball sol I in th t
Museum Iusum building bldlng at 245 i oclock this aft ¬
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ten ten ward hall Tuesday gve
J bl Tuday evening at S 3
o ocock oclock clock in honor hnr of Fannie Fani Burnham Bura who wh
leaves leves for a mission miiOR to Colorado Colrdo on th t < j
following folw mg day dayMOVING dayMOVING dayMOVING
Nelen Nelden Drug compny company which recently ah ahsorbed
reaUy ah
sbd sorbed the Sl Salt It Lake Drug Drl company 1 1removing is s
removing remving the stock stok and ad fixtures fxture cmp er f that
concern coer from frm the premises premi on O West Wet Tem Tenpie ¬
pie p street stret to their establishment tbllhmt on o Main Mainstreet Mainstret Mnirtstreet
street stret The store sore on West Wet Temple has ii is
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be b a free fre organ orgn recital reit1 at the tabernac tabrnar It o
this ti afternoon afternn beginning bginning at il 510 1O oclock ocl oelo
Professor Pf r McCteUan McCllan will n play ply the follow folow followtag ¬
ing numbers imbr Toccata Tot and an fugue fuge l h i > y
Bach Bc nocturne nture by Delther excerpt eKcert from fromup from
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up the Kreutzer Kreuter sonata senat theme by BPP BPPthovenBatiste BE Be BethovenBatiste
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Mrs Matilda Matida Johnson Exhausts Her Herself Herself Herself ¬
self Wandering In Streets StreetsMrs StreetsMr StreetsMrs
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was wa brought to the police polce station sta last lastnight II laitnight t tnight
night by Frank Frnk Johnson Jobnsn who wb foun found h hr hrwerng r rwandering rwandering
wandering werng about 8but on West Wet First Frt South Southstreet Suth So t tstreet
street Mrs llrs Johnson Johnsn had hd lost lot her iet ws wsand W8and Waand
and becoming bomin frightened frightene exhausted ebUt te h hself hslf liself < < >
self slf wandering Wnderng about abut the tb streets stre She Shewas Shew Stewas
was w carrying crio several sveral sticks stiks of flrewoo1 flrewoo1and frewoOL frewoOLan flrewo I Iand
and an she also al had a box of ice cream creamMrs crem cremMr crmMrs
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talk tk English E lsh She was wa taken take to the par parsonage parsoe pa pasonage ¬
sonage soe of the Swedish Lutheran Lotheqm church churcfrwhere churchwh churelwhere
where wh she se was cared crd for Mrs Mr Johnson Johnsonlives Jouusnn Johns Johnslives
lives lve in the southwestern eutweer part pt of the t city cityand cityaD cityand
and aD will wll be taken take home this tbl morning morningS Jg JgS
S D Evans EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker
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