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I Ogden News I
Offlce410 Twentyfifth street
Circulation Department US Twenty
fifth Street
Ogden Friday August 13
i Program Is Announced for
Ceremonies to Be Held
i Next Sunday
< i
I The program for the dedication of St
J 1 Mary MagAUew cathedral is now com
1 plete lM dedication will begin at 9 JO
I f Sunday morning Rt Rev Bishop OCon
I nell coadjutor bishop of San Francisco
4 will officiate The dedication procession
1 will consist of 100 altar boys 300 girls
1 v40rtng whit dresses veils awl wreaths
I for jr priest eight bishops five arch
i 14 btakops and Cardinal Gibbons of Balti
JU 11 oclock RL Rev Laurence Scan
10 will celebrate pontifical high mass
t The sermon at this mss wfll be preached
I by Archbishop GtonMU of St Louis At
i 36 in the evening vesptrs and benedic
tion will be given At this service Rt I
Rev Bishop Kaua ef Wyoming will
1 preach
For the morning services the proces
sion of the ettMran will form at the old
i cathedral on Second Kant and will march
I te the cathedral alngmg the Haydn Te
Deum Seventyfive of these children
are from tlM Koarns St Anns orphanage
The music beth morning and evening
will be rendered by a choir of seventy
voices with J J McClellan at the organ
Mrs Edward McGurrin harpist > > Edward
Fttzpatrick violin soloist and Salt Lake
I Symphony orchestra Nora Gleason direc
I I Owing to the fact that there are 7 iOO
I I j Catholic prople in Salt Lake and that seats
for only l30u can be provided it baa been
determlneu to make the admission solely
by UcKet for both morning and evening
service family pews for both services
having been placed at 126 fKCO and 11280
With ingle seats 3 However In order
to prov ide for those who desire to attend
Miit cannot afford to pay the higher prices
Bishop Scanlan has made an arrangement
whereby seats for them may be had at
i 12 and 1 after Saturday noon Ticket
t I will be in charge of Rev W K Ryan of
th cathedral W J Halloran of the Mer
1 i chant bank D A Callahan and Clement
i 62YearOld Veteran From Oregon
Collapses on Main Street
i Joshua H Smith C year old a O A R
veteran who is staying at 270 East Third
South street was stricken on the street
I jl yesterday The physical esertien from Tils
march lu the parade and the intense heat
of yesterday afternoon are thought to
i have caused his condition The police
surgeon attended him at the emergency
hospital and be was sent later to his
r Stoltha home Is I in Salem Ore He en
listed in the Fourth light artillery at
Dav oport Iowa in ISC and was honor
ably discharged after two years service
Los Angeles Aug 15 Thomas Edwin
Hane arrested in San Francisco and
brought here yesterday was positively
identified today as a man who has been
representing himself as Lieutenant Har
ry King t 1 S A A complaint charg
ing him with icat ronatmg an officer
and obtaining nwney under false pre
tenses was awosn to by H Daniels of
Temescal Riverside county Daniels said
Heaiiey came to his ranch about a year
ago and told him he was Lieutenant King
Daniels took him in over night and loaned
him 16
ti The original charge upon which Heaney
f t was brought here that of passing a
r worthless check failed however today
when the man who cashed the check
1 failed to identify Heaney This leads to
4 i i the belief that Heaney has a double who
I is aiiw passing himself as King
j J Man Six Years Dead Sued for Divorce
s i t by Widow
ia San Francisco Aug 12Will lam M Mel
1 ton SIx tears dead was sued for divorce
a j by his wife through a mistake that has
no parallel in the history of the superior
court of this state The mistake was
discovered today by the plaintiff when
i she Appeared to take a judgment by de
i fault
I Some months ago Mrs Clymena Rolled
j went to her attorney and chanced her
c husband with idleness and neglect In
4 advertently she referred to herself as Mrs
i l William M Melton and the defendant
f vac so named in the complaint subse
quently filed But Mr Mellon the
woman first husband was dead and
In reciting her wrongs and charges she
i had in mind William L Rolleri her sec
ond husband The complaint showed the
I j date of the second marriage In conjunc
tion with the name of her first husband
Mrs Rolled Is now obliged to file a new
complaint and await the usual term for
t a default judgment
I f Aged Man Desired to Escape Expos
i ure and Disgrace
t Oakland Cal Aug 12Mark Manches
W ter MU elderly art critic and patrtm com
Ii mitted suicide last night In the pantry of
1 his Berkeley home by asphyxiation Man
i chesters act Is I attributed to a desire to
i < ape exposure and disgrace following
I his arrest yesterday on a charge of die
44 orderly conduct in the presence of a 7
l y arokl boy
I 1 I Toe suicide left a note begging the for
giveness of his son and daughter Man
ii chester was M years of age He was born
it 1 in London and was for many years asso
it ciated with the Drummond Limited Bank
I t Ing corporation During his residence in
I Berkeley he has acquired one of the lar
I r I gest private collections of prints porce
I lains and etchings on the coast
When the case was called in the jus
tices court this afternoon Judge Edgar
I l dismissed the charge exonerated the de
t ceased defendant of crime and refunded
t 1 t the JKO bail supplied by his attorney
ii I
t i I I i A Comfortable
1 t Old Age
I I Will be assured you If you in
t vest your savings in our Mort
j i gage Certificates Issued for
t t 100 and multiples thereof
they yield 6 per cent net inter
l 1 est being non xable and
have the double security of
I First Mortgages 01 Salt Lake I
Real Estate and our Capital
and Surplus while the income
i t Is payable monthly quarterly
t I or semNannually as you may
Salt Lake
Security Trust
I Company
32 Up Main Street
Capital 3000080
I t Surplus 10000000
T t
Fred C Bassett and Mrs Bassett and
N Y Stringham and Mrs Strinham will
leave Salt Lake on next Saturday en
route to Seattle where they will view
the beauties of the sound region and make
themselves acquainted with the exposi
tion It is their Intention to return via
San Francieco
Articles of incorporation were filed in
the office of the secretary of state by
the Sigurd Mercantile company of Sigurd
Sevier county with a capital stock of
JSOOOO dvided into MO shares at 550 each
The officers and directors are Ephraim
Dastrup president John F Chldester
vice president Martin Christensen treas
urer Ben F Bickel secretary State Sen
ator R W Seby T L Fischer and Lo
re nllO Nelson
Charles A Herman eightroam dwell
ing house No 20 0 street 4000
B H Roberts brick addition to dwell
ing 79 C street 800
Zions Savings Bank Trust Co
Transacts a general trust business 3nj
pays 4 per cent interest on savings 3e
poaitt Joseph F Smith president
Anthon H Lund vice president O C
Beebe cashier
For Sale 1
Furniture on account Of leaving city
Dresser wasnatand and toilet set 16
bed springs aud mattress 0 small
rocker I wicker rocker 524i weather
oak table square 12 7 weather oak
chairs 12 weather oak table round
1111 kitchen table 1 birdseye
dresser 17 sanitary cot i Domestic
sawing machine 37 also coal range
almost new Want to trade furniture
for one good trunk House for rent
M Center street
Royal Stale Bread Depot
Open f 11 i p m daily BntraMe o
Third OOutb l ood bread very cheap
it has been a continu
ous throng this week
around our soda foun 1
The quality of the
goods served made it
the most popular place
in town for thirsty and
tired humanity
Our Iceless Fountain is
sanitarily perfect i
Comfort Shopp
I i I
S D Evans
Undertaker and em ha me r removed to I
rV location 4S South State street
2tan I
n HAKfcGF kcm
I 1
The reductions
this week at
A x
Are causing almost as much excitement as
the Encampment Every suit every hat
every shirt every tie and so on right
through the line of summer clothes and
furnishings at way below value
Most reductions greater than
onethird many as low
as halta tip
228230 Main St
On the Bell telephone Icr a Uness re
lating to the Grand rny anpment
Mcoy = vcrj ijigf and light
livery EJth phoic s rl
Do yu kodak We finish and also
ell the upplie Salt Lake Photo
Supply Co 112 Main street
TribuneReporter Printing Co
tit Wesf sc r1 < lufh Phi Ai j
r Ksdak FlnlshWlg
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co 112 Main
Sound the Tocsin Beat
the Drum
Grand Army Veterans
Day Has Come
We welcome all of you to our raids
old soldiers from far and near ai
your families and friends We w >
come you to the handsomest bankir
room in the city We will take cai
of your valuables cash your drat
accept your deposits and if any of jo
have com west to grow up with tr
country we will help you to grow
We pay 4 per cent 09 time deposi >
We transact a general banking bus
We execute trusts and furnish ah
We rent safe deposit boxes
We write surety bonds
We issue drafts good all over Amer
Utah Savings Trust Co
235 South Main Street
Pairs of
Walk Over
wre made every working day Bd
tor join the crowd that wean them
for there must be a pM reason
for rack production
177 Main
hia a
One of the moat brilliant affairs the
city has ever Men and one to which
the dignity of the presence of a great
man and devout churchman was lent
was the reception given last evening at
the Kearns home in honor of His Emi
nence James Cardinal Gibbons the head
of the Roman Catholic church in the
United States
The magnificent Kearns home was
brightly lighted throughout all the
rooms and the sweet strains of music
furnished by a large orchestra floated
out from the home as the guests ar
rjved From early evening till after 11
oclock a stream of carriages were ar
riving and departing and the home
was thronged with guts till long past
that time
The receiving party stood Just inside
the door of the drawing room to re
eelf the guests and besides the guest
of honor there were with Mr and Mrs
Kearns Bishop Laurence Scanlan Mrs
E O McCormick Bishop OConnell and
Bishop Foley of Detroit As the com
pany greeted the distinguished guests
they passed through the rooms beyond
and back to the library where at a
punch table in one corner Miss Dorothy
Kinney and Miss Mary Halloran served
punch In the dining room Mrs J B
Cosgrlff and Mrs James Finlen poured
coffee and a number of young ladles
among them Miss Katherine Wall Miss
Ethel Mount Miss Margaret Gibbon and
Mrs Daniel Gallavan assisted in serv
The rooms were all gay with flowers
magnificent orchids alone gracing the
drawing room while great vases of ex
quisite beauty held quantities of golden
glow In the wide hallways and in the
other rooms Orchids were used also
on the largest table In the dining room
and the punch table was all in golden
grapes and leaves
Among the well known people pres
ent were Mr and Mrs Thomas Weir
Mr and Mrs John E Dooly Mr and
Mrs W W Armstrong Mr and Mrs
William H Child Mr and Mrs H G
McMillan Dr and Mrs W D Dono
her Mrs Adams of Denver Mrs Man
son Miss McMillan W J Halloran Jo
seph Lippman Miss Florence HalJi > ran
Mrs Katherine C Belcher P W Bel l
cher Mr and Mrs Karl A Scheid Mr
and Mrs W H Cunningham Mrs John
E Woodward Mr and Mrs W S Mc
Cornick Mrs William McCaskell Mr
and Mrs A C Ellis Mr and Mrs C
it Pearsall Mr and Mrs Kenneth C
Kerr Mr and Mrs Russell Schulder
Mrs W H Dickson Mr and Mrs B O
Mechlenburg Mayor and Mrs John S
Bransford Mr and Mrs D S Spen
cer Governor and Mrs William Spry
Mrs E Bonnemort Colonel and Mrs E
A Wall Miss Wall Miss Alice Wall
Mr and Mrs C W Mount Colonel Cas
tleton Major Loeffler Miss Rae Bartch
Miss Olive Bartch Mr and Mrs Sam
uel King Mr and Mrs Joseph Geo
ghegan C W Whitley Mr and Mrs
Charles A Qulgiey Mr and Mrs W
H Alexander Mr and Mrs John J
Daly Mr and Mrs Mark W Lillard
Mr and Mrs T Roy Brown Mr and
Mrs Hubbard W Reed Judge and Mrs
O W Powers Mr and Mrs Rlcb rd
A Keyes Mr and Mrs Ezra Thomp
son Mr and Mrs C Ira Tuttle Mr and
Mrs J M Davis Mr and Mrs C E
Allen the Misses Allen Mr and Mrs
Frank J Westcott Mr and Mrs John
Dern Mr and Mrs James C Dick
Mr and Mrs W Edward Fife Mr
and Mrs George R Hancock Mrs M
M F Allen John Hancock Miss HoJ
lister Hancock John Lloyd Mrs Henry
Siegel Mrs Joseph Siegel
At the tabernacle last night thousands
of veterans and their wives took advan
tage of the opportunity to bear a con
cert ren ered in their behalf and for
their enjoyment by the Mormon choir
A most impressive and well balanced pro
gram was given under the directorship
of Professor Evan Stephens with Pro
fessor J J McCtellan at the organ and
Edward P Kimball at the piano
After the Grand Army fife and drum
corps had marched into the building with
waving nag and heads erect the program
was commenced by the corps playing
Marching Through Georgia and The
Girl I Left Behind Me They were en
thusiastically received the audience aris
ing to its feet and applauding in vigorous
The regular program was opened by the
singing of America by the full chair
accompanied by the organ Then came
Gounods Glory and Love so splen
didly yet untechnlcally sung that it
brought a spontaneous encore Appar
ently every veteran was a music con
noisseur for the applause was long and
loud and would not be denied
The gem of the program however was
the second movement in the prize song
to be sung at the Seattle exposition It
was named Twilight and with closed
eyes one could know that the sun had
gone behind the hills of yesterday that
valleys and that soon night would come
the shadows were lengthening in the
with its quiet and peace and sleep No
choir In the world could sing it better
few could sing it as well
That alone with its setting of eager
faces flag draped building marvelous
organ marvelously played wonderful
acoustics and fresh sweet voices were
worth a trip across the continent to see
and hear
The program while not long was splen
didly selected and gave great pleasure to
every hearer The program follows
The National Anthem America
ChorusGlory and Love in honor of
veterans Gounod
Tabernacle Choir and Organ
Ladles Quartette The Flag Without
a Stain White
Miss Emil Larson Julia J Schramm
Lottie Owen and Emma J
Baritone SoloThe Minstrel Boy
Mr John Robinson
Grand Organ Solo Prof J J McCIeHan
Contralto SoloColumbla the Pride
of the Ocean Mlss Emma Pendleton
Male Chorus Sons of Freedom Stepheng
Ninetyfive gents of Tabernacle
Choir Seattle Chorus
Obligato by twelve young ladles
Ladles Chorus A Christmas Sang
One hundred choir ladles Seattle
Soprano Solo Miss Edna Evans
Seattle Exposition Contest Pieces
1000 prfise
a Rise Up Arise St Paul
b Part Song Twilight unac
companied Protheroe
One hundred and twentyfive mem
bers of choir selected for north
west tour
Glee Vales of Deseret
Tabernacle Choir and Organ
National Anthem
Star Spangled Banner
Who was it who first wrote of the
shrill of fifes and the blare of trumpets
I started out to attend a concert in the
tabernacle last night but I heard noth
Ing but the swelling cry of the fifes and
the sonorous tones of the drums
Through a side entrance to the wen
derful building that has known much of
happiness and something of sorrow there
came early In the evening the swinging
step and rhythmic tread of men who one
knew instinctively had heard the roar
of cannon and nostriled the acrid odor of
gunpowder that hung across the blue ol
a sky that shaded fields later crimsoned
with the blood of men who fought and
died for the glory of the same old flag
that waved in ecstasy at the tabernacle
as the whitehaired old men of the Grand
Army Fife and Drum corps swung to the
roof their farewell to The Girl I Left
Behind Me I
A winsome young woman robed in gar i
ments as white as her soul sang sweetly
and with perfect Intonation a solo that
told of longings and heart throbs and the
death of love but ever and always I
heard the story or the fifes and the volc
ings of the drums that told of sacrifice
and heroism of the bitterness and cold
that heralded the approach of the de
stroyer and of the devotion that makes
the name of those old men the proudest
heritage that may come to the youth of a
country that has sprung full panoplied
from the loins of war
After a while a magician of the organ
whose name is lost to me in the mystery
of his art made that marvelous instru
ment whisper and sigh and defiantly de
claim that Bonnie Annie Laurie is all
the world to me yet only a few mimttea
before the fifes had whispered the same
thing and the drums had told the girl
who had been left behind that for bon
nie Annie Laurie I wad lay me doon and
The great choirthe greatest in all the
world unless It may be that of the
monks in the Kremlin at Moscow and it
Is composed only of men sang the Gou
nod anthem Glory and Love In honor
of the veterans yet while the sopranos
swelled to the roof and the soft con
traltos intoned the refrain the fifes were
singing in my ears the glory of the deeds
of those men of Antietam Spottsylvania
Gettysburg Wilsons Hill Fort Donald
son Vlcksburg Jamestown Richmond
and the long roll of the wars battles
they were singing of the glory of tfce
bloody angle and the repulse of Picketts
charge of Jacksons stand at the stone
wall of the preservation of the Union of
the love that made men die and now
makes of them brothers in a common
unity no matter whether they wore the
blue or the gray fought under the stars
and stripes or under the stars and bars
It was a wonderful concert wonder
fully sung and played in a wonderful
building but I heard only the singing or
the fifes and the playing of the drums
and of those only will I write
Complaint Issued Charging Assault
With Deadly Weapon
B F Redman yesterday swore to a
criminal complaint against T T Wd
lard charging him with an assault with I
a deadly weapon on August 1L Willardd
alleged victim is Joseph Barhallo Wil
lard is accused of having tried to stab
Little Girl of Mrs James H
Cook Terribly Mangled
by Train
O my God was the agonized cry
wrung from the heart of Mrs James H
Cook Wednesday evening when she found
the body of her baby girl on the Southern
Pat if ic tracks with the head and one
arm literally torn from the body This
was about 7 oclock In the evening
The childhad been out of her mothers
sight but a few minutes No one wit
nessed the tragedy but the natural sup
position is that the child IS monlhs old
wandered upon the track and was struck
by a passing Southern Pacific fraighi
Perhaps a half hour before the acci
dent Anna the little girt had gone to
her mother tired and sleepy ind asked
to be put to bed The mother removed
the childs shoes and placed her on ten I
bed with a kiss She then wed to the
yard to attend to some pressing house
hold duties intending to undress little
Anna later After finishing her work
Mrs Cook went to the childs bedroom
only to find the bed empty The child I
had evidently awakened found tho door I
open and the gate unlatched and wan
dered out and upon the railroad track I
Frightened the mother secured the aid
of her sleterinlaw Mrs Henry Martin
and together they began the aearcn for
the child It was not lone before the
mother encountered the mangl remains
of her child In anguish that only a
mother can feel she picked up the little
body and carried it to the home of her
Funeral services will be held this aft
ernoon at 2 oclock at the home of J F
Martin on West Seventeenth street Rev
J E Carver of the First Presbyterian
church officiating
Gus Beoker and John Boa of Salt
lake Twice Tied for
Idaho had decidedly the better of the
argument In the gun club shoot in this
city yesterdo Marksmen from that
stale carried off a large majority af the
honors In the contest for the Browning
medal W R Thomas of Idaho won with
a score of 26 straight kills For the Con
farr challenge medal Guy Holahan of
Idaho Falls E D Farmin of Idaho Falls
and Sam Browning of Ogden tied for first
place with 25 straight
In the shootoff Holahan made 24
Browning 23 and Farmin 21 There were
ten entries in the Interstate shoot for 25
pairs of doubles Gus Becker of Ogden
and John Boa of Salt Lake tied twice the
first time with U each out of a possible
56 and the second time with 29 out of a
possible 30
The purse was divided between them
E D Farmin won second prize with 41
and H E Poaten third prize with 40
The high amateur mark was made by
Max Hensler of Denver with Iff out of
a possible 1W but was pushed closely by
Ed OBrien of Chicago with 145
The high mark among the professionals
was reached by H F Mills of Salt Lake
with 150 J G Naguin 143 and Boy
Lohr 145
WellKnown Newspaper Man Expires
From Tuberculosis in El
Paso Hospital
Fred M Whipple for many years a
well known newspaper man in this city
died in a hospital in El Paso Tex Wed
nesday night from tuberculosis Word of
his death was received by friends in this
city yesterday No definite arrangements
for the funeral will be made until rela
tives in the east have been consulted
Mr Whipples mother is living In Sioux
City la and he has sisters living in
other places In the east At one time
Mr Whipple was one of the best known
newspaper men in the city He came
here from the east twelve or fifteen years
ago and most of the time till recently he
was connected with local and Salt Lake
City papers
In addition to his newspaper work he
was also United States revenue gauges
for a number of years
Some time since when his physician an
nounced that tuberculosis had taken a
firm hold of him and that his only chance
for recovery was a change to a milder
drier climate Mr Whipple went to El
J T Hunt Purchases Building Pre
sumably to Open Street
Announcement is made that J T Hurst
has purchased the Auditorium builacg In
this city from Phil OMeara and he I
ground upon which the building stcrds
from Fred J Kteeel 1 TIN Auditorium
which fronts on Grant avenue is XS tet
wide and CO feet lone It vas i ed by
OMeara as a roller skating rink
The price is not made public It is said
her > that the purchase of this building
is the first definite more in a plan to cat
a sixtfoot etroct north and south
through the block bounded by Wasuag
ton and Grant avenues and Twentyfourth
and Twentyfifth streets This Wl I be a
continuation of Hudson avenue that now I
bisects city han park If this street is
opened the property just purciiiMd ty I
Mr Hurst will have a frontage on the
new street and will be converted Into a
department store I
The concert by the Auditorium band at I
the city hail last night in honor of the
visiting G A It members was enjoyed I i
by a large gathering of citizens in general I
Members of the OAR came In goodly
numbers from Salt Lake esterday and
visited Ogden canyon as guests of the I
local organIzations Many were furnished
quarters in the city and many others
were privately entertained Ureat en
thusiasm was daplayed among the mem
bore of DixLoean post when the news
came that William Bostafth had been
elected center vice commander at Salt
Lake The band concerts will be con
tinued during the week
Alta M Goodugh filed sutt te da
trict court ves SaFa msTJ jamfn 3
F Ooodero rh lf < 0vere the custody
of the orlv child and J2S a etth airon
Ml Gooaerough set forth that sh > and
her In bad WE > married in Jfigui JL
IP < al a brv Ralph Is tl i iv i
P r mJii that JIT 4 i <
her husoand avsenea her and has since i
failed to provide for her and her son al
though abundantly able to do so
In addition to desertion and failUre to
is complaineoof
provide Mr Goodenough
rLvlde wife as having a mean disposi I I
bir of
abusing her VO1
lion of cursing and
threatening toeject her from her home I
Danford Williams aged 17 of LaifiB
and Thomas Corbett aged Id of SpQIdSIi
Fork escaped from the IndUtrial school
last night about 6 30 clock They Ud
been sent to the barn to do some wodt
and escaped from there They wen M
ported aa having been Men seer the Q
den Canyon sanitarium but the offl70
who went in that direction were not able
I to find further trace of them
Ogden Briefs
License to marry was issued at the
county clerks office yesterday to John
A Gager and Florence H Jay both of
George Murphy reported to the police
yesterday that a watch and chain valued
at 50 were stolen from his room in the
Carlyle house on Twent > fifth street on
Wednesday night
Jennie Hamblin petitioned the district
cout yesterday to be appointed guardian
of her minor son James Hamblin who
owns an interest worth S3W in hill
fathers estate in Riverdale
W C Baker a broher of Dr O W
Baker a prominent merchant of Ana
conda Mont was a uest of his Men
elatives yesterday on nis way home alter
witnessing the G A R parade In Bait
Lake City I
The home of Edward T Brooker 418
West Twentieth street was broken into I
and SS3 In money stolen on Wednesday
night The robbery WIII reported to the
police yesterday morning A gang of
hoboes that had been seen in the vicinity
is l suspected
John C Baker who fired four ballets
into his breast some days ago in an at
tempt at suicide was reported improved
yesterday One of the bullets baa not yet
been located and the attending physician
is 1 uncertain as to the final outcome
Nathaniel J Leavitt son of Mrs Mary
Leavitt died of tuberculosis at the fam
ily home 140 Shorten avenue in this city
at noon yesterday at the age of 4Z years
He was born in this city and most of his
life was spent here where his mother
brothers and sisters reside
Funeral services for Ralph Orange the
victim of the street car accident of Mon
day evening will be held at 2 oclock this
afternoon in the Third ward meeting
house Bishop Carl K Peterson will of
ficiate The casket will be open to
friends of the family at the family home
1745 Riverside avenue from 10 to 1 oclock
Local railroad officials announce that
4009 passengers were carried from Ogden
to Salt Lake City and back again on Wed
nesday the day of the G A R parade
without the slightest accident or bitch A
large majority of these passengers rode
over the Oregon Short Line Four spe
cial trains were run over this road in ad
dition to the large number of regulars
W V S Thome general purchasing
agent for the Harriman system I O
Rhoades general purchasing agent for the
Southern Pacific H C Pierce general
storekeeper for the Southern Pacific at
San Francisco and a number of minor
Harriman officials came in from the east
yesterday morning and spent the day in
Ogden Inspecting the Harriman interests
here with special reference to the store
room and freight depot to be erected here
Then Climbs on Top of Box Cer to
Enjoy Nap in the
After falling from a Saltair train yes
terday afternoon and suffering numerous
bruises Edward Webb climbed on top of
a box car in the Oregon Short Line yards
end calmly went to sleep >
Some time afterward a passerby saw
the sleeping man on the car and believ
ing him either dead or badly injured no
tified police headquarters When the pa
trol wagon arrived with Patrolman Coul
ter Webb grew highly indignant because
his rest had been disturbed and asked a
brief respite in which to complete it
after which he extended the patrolman
an invitation to return and take hint in
The patrolman declined to view the mat
ter in the same light and sent Webb to
Jail on the charge of drunkenness
How Webb managed to escape with
his life can be scarcely explained The
train is said to have been running at the
average speed on the return trip at this
point perhaps fifteen miles an hour
Webb gave a terse explanation which
may be right
If I hadnt been drunk it would have
killed me he said
Ptomaines in Canned Beans Cause
Serious Ilhteee of
Henry C May ford a steamfitter of Mc
Gill Nev who came to Salt Lake on a
visit was seized with ptomaine poisoning
while on the street at Third South and
State shortly after his arrival in the
city last evening May ford had just left
a restaurant where he had eaten canned
beans The beans he believed caused
his condition He was treated in the
emergency ward at police headquarters
n n
Louis Beryonti of 68 West Third South
street was arrested by Bicycle Patrolman
Grundvig yesterday charged with the
theft of a bicycle The wheel was found
in his possession though the prisoner
claimed to have bought it several months
ago and bays he will be able to prove It
He was released on bail
On the Bell telephone for all business re
lating to the Grand Army encampment
W C Flower a negro is held by the
police on the charge of larceny Exactly
what he stole is not made clear in the
complaint made by a man of his race
who declared Ahll put dat guy in thuh
boob an have thuh key throwed away on
him which is Interpreted to mean im
prisonment for life
C F Cumnnngs of Heber City Utah
was arrested at the Log Cabin saloon
yesterday at the instance of W C Apple
gate proprietor of the pool room In that
place Applegate claimed Cununings
made an unsuccessful attempt to steal
the pocketbook of a G A R veteran
Cummings claiming afterward when de
tected that he was drunk and had no
idea of what he was doing He was
placed in jail on the charge of drunken
Chicago Aug 12Tbe crucial point in
the wage dispute between the officiate of
the street railway lines of Chicago and
their 10000 employs was parsed today
By the offer of a maximum scale of 39
cents an hour to be paid within three and
a hair years which was made by Presi
dent John M Roach of the North and
West Side lines and the prompt accept
ance of the same by President W11am I
Quintan of the North and West Sid <
Street Car Mens union probability of a
strike app > ars to be over President Mit f
ten of the South Side lines baa allowed it
to be understood that he would follow < I
Mr Roach in any agreement witn the
union men I
El Paso Tex Aug 12R latives hen
of Bezare the noted tenor have received
letters informing them of his serious in
jury by th collapse of the roof of the
banding at PachiKa Mrs Sunday dur
ing a bull fight Th riiis was crowded
and a number of spectrtos climbed to
the roof which collapsed Over 100 pee
pIe wera injured 1
San Francisco Aug 12A dozen tales
men were examined and escuaed today in
the trial of Patrick Calhoun president
of the United Railroads charged with of
fering a bribe A special venire sum
moned to appaar tomorrow will bring tee
total number of citizens drawn in the
case up to 100 1

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