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12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 17 190
THIRTY CLERKS CLERKSHARD
1 HARD AT WORK WORKS
Sixty S xty Thousand Tax Notices to toBe toBe tuBe
Be Mailed Before Sep September September September ¬
tember 7 7BIG 7BIG 7BIG
BIG COLLECTION TO MAKE MAKECAR
CAR COMPANY TAXES TO GO TO TOSTATE TOSTATE TOI
I STATE THIS YEAR YEARCounty YEARCounty YEARI YEARCUflty
I
County Auditor Frank Hsginbotham Hsginbothamtamed
tamed nte hlBbMks h beaks over to County Treas Treasurer Treatrr lreaaurr ¬
urer John Joh Gtocsbeck yesterday and thirty thirtyextra tldrtyxtrd thrtyrxtr
extra rxtr clerks c1j jwere were set to work at once onceJ
I
J > the hc tr trrdr treasurer ntr getting oat tax notices noticesA notceA
A force 1 rce re of sixteen will work days and amiAnother andmther andfote
Another fefee fot e of the Mine me number willrntinue willrne will willminue
minue rne the tt tasjt ta at night nightTutre nightThre nlgtttTi
Tutre Ti r are approximately WOOO 000 tax no notices noUets notk ¬
tices tk S to be written and and sent out Treas Treasre
U re r Gro Grocsbrck ijtrk said yesterday that be bev bewould
would v > uld l have them all ready for mailing
1 the first of Sept Stptmber mber The law speci specifics apecifiEs epcII ¬
I fics that th thty > shall be sent out by the thef thefrst
f frst ret Moiidav in fl September which will willbt willS
bt p September S 7 this year yeartreaiurrs > ear earThf carTh
Thf treasurer s for funes < es will have W4 2K 2 2JM
JM 1 47 t to collect this year the largest largesturnount largeotiLflt t tXll0unt
urnount iLflt in the history of Salt Lake coun count
t 1 Last year the total amounted to tz tzll I t t11i50
11i50 ll 1 7 O which included 1142504 on our ourropanles aarompRnles r rripztT1ls
> ropanles The car company taxes will wllbe willb
be b collected L by the state this year and andar andQr andnr
ar < not Included in the amount which whichf
1 f county treasurer will go O after afterHow arterHow afterHow
How Taxes Arc Divided Dividedtaxes DivIdedTh
Th taxes are divided as II follows followsState follo folloState foIIowElttt
State JH3rnsute M3 JH3rn 343gn2Lti 77S2 77S2ftute
ftute Lti > school 50684SJJ 50684SJJC Oi846J3CJunty
I C aunty ST73MM ST73MMCounty 1173IMlHCounty z77494unty
County unty school 17158 17158City 171SI8Cllity 17153Llity
City ity 87741118 87741118Oity m41l11City gn411 1g 1gLt
City Lt school 4783271 4783271Mirray 41t71MJrray 47L27lM
Mirray M array arrayMrray 15J514S 15J514SMurray l5IiiL45Mttrray
Murray school dtotrlct 190fl441 190fl441Or 11Ioi41Hrnite 1L06441irLnite
Or Hrnite ante school district W08329S 1OO83MJordan W08329SJordan OO8329t
t Jordan school district districtForest 8611S61 I8Uli1Forlst 811351Foreet
Forest Dale town tax taxBandy taxandy 212399 l3IIsandy
Bandy city cityBounty 160271 160271US 150171Bounty 1g0271Bounty
Bounty tund sheep US 1G57 1G57Bounty 57
I Bounty horses and cattle ttle ttleI 67216 67216Total 57111Total
I t Total J24821S175 J24821S175The sz41 St75 St75The 75 75The
The law provides that the county audi auditor audlt01 audiI ¬
I tor shall keep track of all lost fractions fractionsin
J J in the computation of the taxes and in inthe Inthe Inthe
the list this year 19117 and 2 and S10 S10TOlOa S10mi1ls 310miiL
TOlOa will bo lost as any fractional fractionalamount fractionalamount fractionalamount
amount cannot be charged against a prop property property propcrty ¬
erty holder holderWork holderWork holderI
I Work Has Been Thorough ThoroughThe
i The T county count auditors force has been beenbusy be beenbusy n nbusy
busy tor weeks with this work and has hasput has1ut hasput
put 1ut It through In record time The taxes taxesare taxesare taxesare
are run down even to a tenth of a mill milland milland millnnd
and the books have balanced exactly exactlyThe exactlyThe exactlyTile
The work has been thorough and gives givesanother s1eaanother givesenother
another evidence of the businesslike ad administration administration ¬
ministration of the county offices The Thetreasurer Thetreasurer thetreasurer
1 treasurer started to work as soon as 8 the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books were turned over to him and not a amoment amoment amoment
moment was lost In getting the notices noticescut notlceact noticesa
cut ctofthaway of the way
a
HERMAN WEISS ARRESTED ARRESTEDea1ous D DJealous
Jealous Husband Who Made Assault AssaultUpon AssaultUpon AssaultUpon
Upon Richard Downey Furnished FurnishedBail
Bail in Sum of 250 250Herman 250Herman Z5OH
Herman H rman Weiss who made an assault assaultu ass assaultRichard ult ultT
u T > n Richard Downey when he found tho thor thoer
er r being entertained by Mrs Weiss In Incom InY inom
Y om < early e rly yesterday morning was wasi I ItEd
i L ned yesterday ye terday afternoon on a warrant warranting warrantzizig
HUB assault with a deadly weapon weaponV
V is the proprietor of the Swan bll bllt bithull
j t i hull hu H H He was taken to the policeE police ollcet
t E ft IOn > n and locked J ed up but later released releasedt
c < t I ball Weiss Tew says that he went to toits tovifs toW
W vifs its S room shortly after midnight for forndly forf
J tt t tw tr tJealous 1 ndly visit but found the door locked lockedugh lockedn < 1 1thugh
t thugh n > ugh sounds from within told him his hiswas hiei Maa3
w i was a3 there Upon looking over the theome th thf theft
ft + r some he says he saw Downey and andife andifE andwife
wife ife > in compromising attitude When WhenFimke Whennoke Thenspoke
spoke the courle fled to another room roomlo roomi
1 i locked lo ked the door Weiss Vel forced both bothJg bothand
Jg 3 and lunged at Downey with a large largekrt largekft largekt
krt knife At the first slash he laid laidflesh laidflesh laidt
t < flesh open for six inches on the back backi backtlw
i tlit t1 intruders neck and in the short shortr shortthat
r e that followed inflicted several minor minori
p i its ts jn the hands and face faceThe faceThe faceTbe
The cutting cuttln occurred at No 4 Bhelmer Bhelmerdn
dn court Mrs Irs Weiss ela had been separ separated separated eparated ¬
ated from her husband for about two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months monthsH
H would kill both Mr Downey and andif andmyslf andmyself
myself if given the chance Mrs Irs Weiss Weteed
ov j > ied d at the police station yesterday yesterdayshe yterdaW
r W wherc JeN she went to visit Downey at the thebespit thehOiipib11 thehcpitsl
bespit bespitThe hOiipib11The
The Weiss couple have one small child childwho cblldwho childi
i who has been living with Mrs Weiss Weissmother Weillmother Weiesmother
mother since the separation
DEPORTED FAMILY IS ISRETURNED ISRETURNED IST
T RETURNED TO CANADA CANADAJ
J T C Hlse Inspector t D6Ctor in charge of the theUnited thetnlted
I United States immigration service in this thiscity thisc1ty thiscity
city returned yesterday from a trip to toSault toSault toSault
Sault Ste Marie Canada where he went wentto
to t deport a family of seven members from fromOgden tromOgden fromOgdn
Ogden The cause of deportation was wasWalter wasWalter wasWalter
Walter J Turner who came from Canada Canadatwo Camwtlmo
two years > ears ago bringing a wife and five fivechlldcn f1wchlld fivechil1
chlldcn chlld n Turner was recently adjudged adjudgedInsane adjud adjudInenne adjudgedInsane
Insane qD and < accordingly the family was wasdeported wasdepoted wasdeported
deported deportedUNCLElAM depotedUNCLE deportedUNCLE
UNCLElAM UNCLE SAM TO GIVE GIVEAPPLICANTS GIVEAPPLICANTS GIVEAPPLICANTS
APPLICANTS CHANCES CHANCESExaminations CHANCESExnmlnatlons CHANCESFxamlnatlons
Examinations for laboratory assistant assistantwill assllltantmIl assistantwill
will he held in Salt Lake September 15 15by Iiby 15by
by th t e United States civil service commis commission com commis1rn mls mlsJir ¬
sion Jir 1rn > n and another examination for en enseer engmer ennfer
gmer seer in the bureau of printing and en engraving engrallng engraing ¬
graving will be held September 2t 2 The Thelabtrat Thelabtrat I IlaboraOl
labtrat > ry assistant position open to men menbetween menbetwpen menb
between b twen 18 to 40 years of age pays
51 1 XX to 120 1 > > > a year and the engineer po position posItion pasition ¬
sition pays 21w 21OOSmflfEYIACMTLLAN 100 100SmDLEYUAC3nLLN
SmDLEYUAC3nLLN co coThe coThe CoThe
The only onl stationery and office officesupply of officesupply rice ricesupply
supply store in Salt Lake oper operating operaUng operiitlng ¬
ating their own printing office office7t
7t TX I 3rd So Both phones phonesBreeden phonesBreeden phonesBreedenOffice
Breeden BreedenOffice Office Supply Co Cof
f 1 r stationery typewriters systems systemsWest 66 66West 88W
West W < > st 2nd So Both telephones tel phones The TheJ TheJrgest
J rgest stationery store in Utah UtahIF UtahIF UtahIF
IF YOU HAVE
100 100Or I
Or more you should invest It Itand Itand itand
and make it earn money for foryou foryou foryou I I
you Our Mortgage Certificates Certificatesyield CertifIcatesyield Certificatesyield I
yield a substantial income as asthey asthey asthey
they bear 6 per cent Interest Interestand Inte Interestand est estand
and are exempt from taxation taxationThey taxationThey taxationThey
They also afford unsurpassed unsurpassedsafety unsurpassedsafety unsurpassedsafety
safety each one being safe safeguarded safegIJardedbya safeguardedby ¬
guarded gIJardedbya by a First Mortgage on onimproved onImprovcd onImproved
improved Salt Lake Real Estate Estateand Estateand Estateand
and our Capital and Surplus Surplusand
and are issued for 100 and andmultiples andmultiples andmultiples
multiples thereof The Interest Interestis
is payable monthly quarterly quarterlyor
or semlannually semlannuallySalt semlannuallySalt semiannuallySalt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecu14ity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany Trustcompany
Company
52 2 Ufp Q p Main Street StreetCapital Stre StreetCapital t tCapJtal
Capital 30000000 30000000Surplus 30000000SurpluG 30000000surplus
Surplus 10000000
Will WillTRAVtL V11LLTRAVELIN
TRAVtL I fluDetails STYLE STYLEDetails
Details of Trip From Denver DenverAll
All Arranged With Much MuchCare MuchCare MuchCare
Care CareNO CareNO CareNO
NO ACCIDENT IS POSSIBLE POSSIBLEPILOT
PILOT TRAIN AND TRACK INSPEC INSPECTION INSPECTION INSPECTION
TION ARE PROVIDED PROVIDEDTne
The visit 1 tt of President William H HTaft HTaft HTaft
Taft and his party to Utah will be an animportant anImportant animportant
important event In western railroad cir circles clrclea cirdes ¬
des and every ery facility and convenience convenienceof
of the railroadswill raUroada will be placed at the thedisposal thedleposal thedeposal
disposal of the president to make his histrip hl hltrip his4ip
trip safe fe pleasant apd comfortable comfortableIt
It was at th the special request of the thepresident thepreal thepresident
president preal nt that his hi Itinerary was so ar arranged arralled arranted ¬
ranged that he might leave Denver at a atime atime atime
time when he could pass through the theRoyal theRoyal theRoyal
Royal Gorge and also through the prin principal prIncipal principal ¬
cipal cities of central Colorado by day daylight daylight daylight ¬
light lightIn
In conducting th the presidents train trainthrough trainthrough trainthrough
through the gorge the Denver Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande will provide a special pilot tram tramwhich tramwhich trainwhich
which will run at aJi nh times tim about ten tenminutes tHlminutes tnminutes
minutes ahead of the official train Ar Arrangements Arraogementa Arrangemenis ¬
rangements for the trams will I1l be made madeby madEby mathby
by the operating department of the rail railroad rallrotld railroad ¬
road at Denver and a special inspection inspectionof
of the entire Une wUl be made just be before betoro bcfor ¬
fore for the executives train starts from fromDenver fromDenver fromDenver
Denver to Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe LakeThe
The pilot train will consist of an en engine engins n nglne ¬
gins baggage car sleeper and obsen obsIatlon observation a ation
tion car and in addition to a repre representative n reprcsentative prc prc5entatlve ¬
sentative of each branch of f the oper operating OJptraUn ortratin ¬
ating aUn > department on the pilot train it itwill itwill itwill
will probably carry most of the pris prisrepresentatives pnsrepreeotativea prsrepresentatives
representatives who are accompanying accompanyingtne
the president on his trip tripThe tripThe
The presidents train will make briCf briefstops briCfstops bricfstops
stops at the principal cities and town tourwhere townwhero townwhere
where rear platform receptions and andspeeches andspeeches andspeeches
speeches will be In order In these theseevents theseevents theseevent8
events John Hays Hammond who Is Isimmensely IsImmensely IsImmensely
immensely popular throughout the west tvestwill westwill westwill
will take no small part partBodyguard partBodyguard partBodyguard
Bodyguard Plans PlansEvery PlansEvery PlansEvery
Every moans of protection at our ourcommand ouroommand ourcommand
command will be thrown about Presi President President President ¬
dent Taft during durln his stay sta in Salt Lake Lakesaid Lakesaid Lakesaid
said S M Barlow chief of police yes yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
terday The city clt council will be asked askedto
to authorize the appointment or a spe special special speclal ¬
cial squad of officers to be used as a abodyguard abodyguard abodyguard
bodyguard to the president and wher wherever wherever wherever ¬
ever he goes while hlle in the city he will willbe willbe willbe
be accompanied by a sufficient num number number numher ¬
ber of police officers to Insure safety safetyagainst
kgalnst every possible exigency exigencyAlthough exigencyAltbou exigencyAlthough
Although Altbou h not prepared p pared to say just
he will undertake to toguard toguard toguard
guard the chief executive Chief Bar Barlow Barlow Barlow ¬
low declares that nothing will be over overlooked overlooked overlooked ¬
looked A squad of police will meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the special presidential train and will willform willform willform
form a cordon about the carriage in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which Taft will be taken up town townThese townTheae townThese
These will be extra precautions to those thoseregularly thoseregularly thoseregularly
regularly maintained by the secret serv service service servlee ¬
ice men who will accompany the presi president president prestdent ¬
dent on his western tour tourAs tourAs tourAs
As the distinguished visitor drives drivesabout driesabout drivesabout
about the streets of the city the police policewill policewill policewill
will accompany him some mounted and andsome andsome andsome
some on foot The crowds will be bewatched bewatched bewatched
watched continually for suspicious suspiciouscharacters suspiciouscharacters suspIciouscharacters
characters charactersSISTER charactersSISTER charactersSISTER
SISTER FINDS RELATIVES RELATIVESAFTER RELATIVESAFTER REATIESAFTER
AFTER FORTYFIVE YEARS YEARSMrs
Mrs Mary Delmotte of Toledo Runs RunsAcross RunsAcross RunsAcross
Across Two Sisters and a Brother Brotherin
in This City CityThe CityThe
The home of Mrs Jennie Browning lOSS 1055Biaine lOSSBlaine 1l5Elaine
Blaine avenue a as the scene of a warm warmand warmand warmand
and happy reunion of kinspeople for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years lost to each other when Mrs Mary MaryDelmotte MaryDelmoUe MaryDeimotte
Delmotte of Toledo on Sunday night met meta
a brother and two sisters for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time In fortyfive years yearsMrs yearaIrs yearsMrs
Mrs Irs Delmotte came here to attend the thesicampmtnt theencampment theencampment
encampment and happened to run across acrosstier acro acrossher s sher
her long lost sisters and brother while whilenere whilehere whilehere
here nere They are ar Mrs Livinia Morris Mrs MrsJennie MrsJennie Irs IrsJennie
Jennie Browning and John H Robbins BobbinsMrs RobbinsMrs RobbinsMrs
Mrs Morris Mrs Browning and their theirbrother theirbrother theirbrother
brother came to Salt Lake in 1866 leaving leavingtheir leavingtheir leavIngtheir
their little sister in Toledo Mrs Irs Delmotte Delmotto Del Delmotte ¬
motte will remain here for a month or so
DUSKY QUEEN QUFENIS IS CAUSE CAUSEOF
OF OARKTDWN MIXUP MIXUPWindow MIXUPWindow
Window Broken and Pastry Scattered Scatteredin
in Chop Suey Resort ResortDamages ResortDamagesAre Damages DamagesAre
Are Settled For ForIf
If youh doan come home with me hon honey honey heney ¬
ey youll sho be dead befo be mawnin roawnlndeclared mawnindeclared mawnindeclared
declared a ravenhued Commercial street streetnegro streetnegro streetnegro
negro to his mulatto sweetheart known knownto kno n nto
to the police as China Mary when hen he heound hefound hefound
found her bestowing her affections upon uponhis upon1hI uponhis
his rival In n a chop suey resort yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeaterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afternoonHe
He was laughed lau bed at for his ht threat and andthe andthe andthe
the usual Darktpwn scrap ecsu ensuod d in the thecourse theceur thecourse
course ceur e of which China Mary and her hertwo hertwo hertwo
two ardent admirers went through tVO + 8h the theplate theplate theplate
plate glass window of the Salt Lake rca resaarant reanmt rcataurant
aarant aarantA nmt nmtA
A passing officer escorted ail three th to tohe tothe tothe
the police station where upon promising promisingto
to pay for the window and the ruined ruinedMtstry ruinedpastry ruinedpastry
pastry they the were released without being beingbooked
booked bookedINFECfEbFRUiTrls bookedINFECTED bookedI
INFECfEbFRUiTrls INFECfEbFRUiTrlsBARRED INFECTED I FRUIT FuJTf FuJTfBARREDFROM IS ISBARRED
BARRED BARREDFROM FROM UTAH UTAHSecretary UTAHI UTAHSeeretary UTAHSecretary I
Secretary Edward Taylor of the state stateboard stateboard I
board of horticulture has written to the theCalifornia theCalifornia theCalifornia
California state board calling its attention attentionto
to the new law barring infected fruit from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Utah market and advising advJ jn growers growersnot
not to ship fruit here as it will be con condemned condenanecJ condemned ¬
demned demnedCopies denanecJCopl demnedCopies
Copies Copl of the letter will be sent out outover outonr outover
over the state of California and it is ex expected upeeted oxpected ¬
pected that much good IOO will 1 result from fromthe fromthe
the notice noticeBUTTE noticeBUTTEOFFICER
BUTTE BUTTEOFFICER OFFICER HERE HEREFOR HEREFOR HEREFORWANTED
FOR FORWANTED WANTED MAN MANUnder MANUnder MANUnder
Under Sheriff Mike Murray of Silver SilverBow SilverBow SilverBow
Bow count county > Montana arrived in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake yestrday est rda rday to take into custody T TH TH TH
H Patten held by the police for the theButte theButtf theButte
Butte officials on the charge of robbery
Patten has hasrequl requisition ition papers and these thesewill thesewill thesewill
will not arrive until TueSday night Mr MrMurray MrMurray Ir IrMurray
Murray will probably leave Wednesday
morning for Butte with his man manWELL manWELL manWELL
WELL KNOWNMINING KNOWN MINING MAN MANRECOVERS MANRECOVERS MANRECOVERSFROM
RECOVERS RECOVERSFROM FROM ILLNESS ILLNESSJoseph
Joseph Ferren well known as a mining
man of oftbllil this city for many years and who
has been connected with the Glasgow Glasgowand
and Western Exploration company for forsome forme forsome
some me years has returned to this city For Forseveral Forverat Forniera1
several weeks he was seriously Hi in an
Ely Nevada hospital but has nbw fully
recovered reeoveredl1onlt
l1onlt Stale Staleflrend Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open every morning Entrance on
Third South Good bread breadvery very chej chejHighest cheire cheirHighest >
0 0Highest
Highest price paid for strictly trlcU fresh fresheggs treleJgs fresheggs
eggs THE ROYAL CAFE
1
LOCAL ACTRESS ACTRfSSGAINING ACTRESSGAINING
GAINING FAVOR FAVORJune
June Mathis of Salt Lake LakeGiven Is IsWord IsGiven IsGiven
Given an Enviable Posi Position Position Position
tion in East EastVQrd EastWord
Word has just reached Salt Lake that thatJune thatJune thatJune
June Mathis known to nearly nearl all old oldresidents oldresldenta oldresidents
residents for her wonderful ability as asan asan asan
an amateur actress has become leading leadingwoman le leadingwoman dlng dlngwoman
woman for the Shuberts In the Eastern Easternproduction Eaternproducthm Eaaternproduction
production of Going Some the Paul PaulArmstrongRex PaulArmstrongRex PaulArmstrongRex
ArmstrongRex Beach play which car carried carrIed carnod ¬
ried New York by storm during the theclose theclose theclose
close of last season Miss Mathis will willbe willbe willbe
be remembered for her trips through throughSalt
Salt Lake with Ezra Kendall In a num ¬
ber of plays but especially for her herpleasing herplOQ herpleasing
pleasing plOQ Ing work as Polly in Brewsters BrewstersMillions BrewsterslIIlUons BrewstersMillions
Millions in which she starred for two twoseasons twoseasons twoSeasons
seasons seasonsMiss seasonsMiss SeasonsMiss
Miss Mathis Is w with 1th v mpany No 1 11n 11nMISS in inMISS inI
I
I ri riMiSS
MISS JUNE MATHIS MATHISGoing MATHISGoing MATHISGoing
Going Some and will ill not come West Westthis Westthis Westthis
this year ear Rehearsals have been fin finished finIshed finished ¬
ished and the play will open in Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCft AtlanticCity
City Cft next Monday 1 > for a week when it itwill itwill itwill
will go direct to Chicago for an Indefi Indefinite im1efinlte indefinite ¬
nite booking Later the company will willvisit willvIsit willvisit
visit the large cities of the East EastThe EastThe EastThe
The charming little Salt Lake actress actresshas actresshas actresshas
has been steadily climbing cUm bing toward the thetop thetop thetop
top of her profession during the last few fewyears fewyears fewyears
years and now MSS than twentytwo twentytwoyears twenttwoyears
years old she has reached a station stationacquired stationacquired stationacquired
acquired by but few women of the stage stageno
no matter of how varied an experience experienceBut
But in spite of her successes Miss MissMathis MissMathis nss nssMathls
Mathis is still just June Mathis unas unassuming unassuming unitssuming ¬
suming jolly joU and charming Now that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she has become the leading woman for forthe forthe forthe
the Shuberts she will 111 not be seen by bvher byher byher
her home people for a year or two at atleast atleast atleast
least but her many friends will wish wishher wishher wishher
her continued success successW
W D Mathis and Miss Laura Math MathIs lathIs
Is of Salt Lake are father and sister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rising young actress and are over overjoyed overjoyed overjoyed ¬
joyed at her latest triumph triumphNegotiations triumphCONCfRTMUSIC triumphCONCERT
CONCfRTMUSIC CONCfRTMUSICO CONCERT MUSIC MUSICON
O ON R P1 I TRAIN TRAINNegotiations TRAINNegotiations
Negotiations for Placing Vic Victrolas Vicrolas Victrolas
trolas on Fine Trains Out Outof Outof Outof
of Salt Lake LakeThe
The Rock Island railroad began this thismonth thismonth thismouth
month to furnish grand opera and con concert concert concert ¬
cert music as a special form of enter entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tainment for passengers pa seng on the ROCk nockyMountain ROCkMountain RockyMountain
Mountain Limited running between Chi Chicago ChIcago Chicago ¬
cago and Denver and now there is a amovement amovement amovement
movement on foot to induce the western westernrailroads westernrailroads westernrailroads
railroads to t extend this service through throughto
to Salt Lake and the Pacific coast coastA
A B Carstensen manager or the Car Carstensen Carst Carstensen
stensen st n en k Anson company of Salt Lake Lakelifts Lakeha Lakehas
lifts ha seen n some of the > local passenger of officials oCfldal officlals ¬
ficials in the last week and started ne negotiations MgotiaUons asgotiationa ¬
gotiations with them for placing the Vic VicLrolas VIctrolas Vietrolas
trolas on the observation cars of the fine finetrains finetraIns finetrains
trains that run out of Salt Lake
The Rock been a leader In Inproviding inproviding Inproviding
providing comfort and amusement fea features features feetures ¬
tures for its patrons having for a time timeserved timeerved timeserved
served tea in the drawing room cars carsof carsat carsof
of th the < > Rocky Mountain Limited This road roadIs
Is s also known to have provided a pastor pastorfor
for or the accommodation of those wishing wishingto
to be married on its trains but IQ o far farAS farai faras
AS known no judto jud e ha e ever r granted a adivorce adivcrce adiverce
divorce hearing while whi tri travtIng > lng on the theroad theroad theroad
road
IE WAiliNG NATI FOR JOHNSON JKOIPolice
Police Force Will Do Things to Black BlackChampion BlackClImpO3t BlackCbampion
Champion If He Speeds SpcedcAuto Auto in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake LakeBeing LakeBeing LakeBeing
Being a man cf numerous hobbies hobb out outside outsJde outaide ¬
side of his professional proCf = II8Ional hobby hob one of ofwhich ofwbieh ofwhich
which is speeding in lug red devil auto autoJack autOfJaek autosJack
Jack Johnson is apt to attract more mo than thanwgilistlc thanpugiliattc thanpugilistic
pugilistic interest during his stay ID bait baitake lSaltLake haltLake
Lake ake Johnson s speed mania has brought broughtUm
Um him before the police court magistrates ma < < l trates of oflalf ofhalf ofhalf
half a dozen eastern cities in the past few lewmonths fewmonths iewmonths
months and his ht reputation has spread spreadahead sIreadaMad spreadahead
ahead of him himIf hImIt himIf
If he attempts to set fir to Salt Lake Lakepavements Lakepavemente Lakepavements
pavements his royal blackness will be bereated betreated betr
treated tr reated ated to an entirely new diversion ac according according ¬ i iconUng
cording to Lieutenant Hempel of the po poice p0lice I
lice force who declares that the big bigchampion bigchampion bigchampion
champion will suffer rather than profit profity
hy > y his fame ame It he comesf romES comesbefore before Judge JudgeBowman JudgeBowman JudgeBowman
Bowman ona speed IP charge chargeThe charleThe chargeTue
The Theest TheBest TueBest
Best est Thing ThingAbout
About These Theseis TheseBathing
I
Bathing BathingCaps 0 0Caps
Caps Capsisthe
is isthe the fact that they are just justas
as good for next year as asthey asthey asthey
they are for this thisAnother thisAnother thisAnother
Another good point is that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we are selling them at atonequarter atonequarter atonequarter
onequarter off this his week weekIS weekSCtlRAMMS week1SOIRAMMS
SCtlRAMMS SCtlRAMMSWHERE IS V VWHERE
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPCap STOPCap STOPCap
Cap Shopp ShoppI
I
NOW THEY lOOK lOOKAT LOOKAT
AT REAL ESTATE ESTATtEncampment ESTATEEncampmentOver
Encampment EncampmentOver Over Many Vis Visitors Visitors Visitors ¬
itors Investigate Chances Chancesfor
for Investment InvestmentDEALERS InvestmentDEALERS InvestmentDEALERS
DEALERS ARE BUSY NOW NOWEASTERNERS NOWE NOWEASTERNERS
EASTERNERS E SHOW INTEREST IN INPROPERTY INPROPERTY INPROPERTY
PROPERTY VALUES HERE HEREDuring HEREDuring HEREDuring
During encampment week the thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of visitors were too busy enjoy enjoying enjoyIng enjoylng ¬
ing the G A R festivities to pay much muchattention muchattention muchattention
attention to the wonderful opportuni opportunities ¬
ties In Salt Lake real estate With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the encampment over many of those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who remained In the city have availed availedthemselves ayailedthemselves availedthemselves
themselves of the opportunity of mak making making maklag ¬
ing trips to the various properties of offered offered offered ¬
fered for sale seeking profitable Investments Investinents Invest Investments ¬
ments mentsExpressions mentsExpressions inentsExpressions
Expressions have been heard to the theeffect thetrect theeffect
effect that Salt Lake real estate offers offersmore offersmore offersmore
more inducement than In the majority majorityof
of eastern cities Visitors have been beensurprised beensurprised beensurprised
surprised at the comparatively low lowprices lowprices lowprices
prices which prevail and increases in inrealty tnrealty inrealty
realty values shown by the records in inlocal inlocal inlocal
local real estate offices officesThat offlcesThat officesThat
That many of the visitors from the theeast theast theeast
east < > came here with the idea oilnvest oilnvestIng otlnvest otlnvestIng
Ing in Salt Lake realty has been beepshownThey beenfshown beenfshownThey shown shownThey
They have not yet had opporfSnity op iiihity to tomake tomake tomake
make full Investigations of tne U tTid1froper tTid1froperties proper propertles roperties
ties offered and for that reason no sales salesof
of particular moment have haveso so far been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made Many suburban lots however howeverhave howeverhave howeverhave
have been sold In this class cla s of realty realtythere realtythere realtythere
there seems to be no guesswork g S8work It is isa Isa isa
a case of buy and reap the reward rewardWith rewardVith rewardWith
With the continued steady growth of ofthe 01the ofthe
the city there Is probably prob bly not an addi addition addition addition ¬
tion on the market which will not in increase increase Increase ¬
crease greatly in price within tne thecom thecomIng e com coming corning ¬
ing year
Week Opens Well WellDuring WellDuring WellDuring
During the first two days of this week weekmany weekman weekmany
many man of the dealers were busy In tak taking taking taking ¬
ing visitors over the ground they had hadfor hadfor hadfor
for sale and a number of aeais were wereconsummated wereconsummated wereconsummated
consummated consummatedReal
Real estate in several of the cities citiesin
in which I have interests is considered consideredA
A No 1 if It pays a little better than thanbanking thAnbanking thanbanking
banking Interest on the Investment Investmentsaid
said one a A R veteran yesterday yesterdayHere yesterdayHere yesterdayHere
Here yeu seem to have unlimited op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity The city is growing rapidly rapidlyand
and the population must naturally ex extend extend extend ¬
tend into suburban additions That Thatclass Thatclass Thatclass
class of property is reasonable in price priceand priceand priceand
and judging from the history of all allprogressive allprogreaJslve allprogressive
progressive cities will increase greatly greatlyIn greatIin
In value within a short time I have havean
an eye ye on several locations and if the theproper theproper theproper
proper terms can be > agreed on I will willInvest willInvest Ill IllInvest
Invest a f few w thousands here myself myselfSays m myselft selt seltt
t r IJUDGE
TALKS Of OfWOMfNS OFYVOMEN5S
WOMfNS TRIALS TRIALSSays
Says Pretty Manicures Are AreOften AreOften AreOften
Often Victims of Much MuchTemptation MuchTemptation MuchTemptation
Temptation TemptationVoicing
I
Voicing his regret re et that a reconciliation reconciliationhad
had not long ago been effected between betweenMr
Mr Ir and Mrs J F Nuttall Judge T TD TD TD
D Lewis Le of the Third district court courtwent courtwent courtwent
went out of hl his way yesterday morning morningto
to make a few remarks remar about the trials trialsof
of women both married and single in inleading Inleading inleading
leading moral lives while whi engaged t as asmanicures asman asmanicures
manicures man leur Judge Lewis awarded the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first round of divorce proceedings to Mrs MrsAnnie lIrsAnnie MrsAnnie
Annie Irene Nuttall a beautiful young youngwoman youngwoman youngwoman
woman who was married September Sept mbert mbert11M 31 311WM 21igGi
1WM at Farmtngton after running away awaywith awaywltb awaywith
with Nuttall She was granted temporary temporarycustody teJDporarycustody tejnporarycustody
custody of her child Gladys 4 l years old oldand oldand oldand
and 20 a month temporary alimony The Thedivorce Thedivorce Thedivorce
divorce case will not be settled for some sometime sometime sometime
time timeMrs timeIrs C CMrs
Mrs Irs Nuttall said her husband had beat beaten ¬
en her several times during their mar married married marned ¬
ried life because b < < ause of his Jealousy think thinking tblnkIng thinking ¬
ing she had been out with other men menShe menShe menShe
She said he was not a bad sort but had hada
a mean temper The husband had accused accusedhis accU8 accU8hJ8
his wife of infidelity but this was not notproved notproved notproved
proved to the satisfaction of the court courtJudge courtJudge courtJudge
Judge Lewis said the case ca e was a sad saricne sadcne sadcne
cne in his eyes as he hoped the two twocould twocould twocould
could have been brought together to live liveIn liveIn livein
In happiness with their baby He spoke spokeof pokeof
of the trials of a pretty manicuress but butsaid butsaid butsaid
said nothing notl ng immoral had been shown shownabout shownabout shownabout
about the wife He gave her the custody custodyof
of the child but told Mrs Nuttall that thatshe tbatshe thatshe
she should permit her husband to visit visitthe vIsitthcJ visitthe
the child at Intervals and take her home homesometimes homesometimes homesometimes
sometimes for short visits visitsa
a
UTAH ACTRESS ACTRESSMiss ACTRESSROES GOES EAST EASTMiss
Miss Ruby Lindsay After Vacation Vacationat
at Home Returns to Engage Engagement Engagement Engagement ¬
ment in New York YorkMiss YorkoUn YorkMiss
Miss Ruby Lindsay daughter of the late lateJohn lateJohn lateJohn
John S Lindsay Llnd ay the wellknown trage tragedian tragedJan tragedma ¬
dma of Utah left yesterday moaning for forNew forIew forNew
New York Miss Lindsay has been spend spending spendIng spendIng ¬
ing five weeks at home having for the thelast thelast thelast
last three years been engaged in theatrical theatricalengagements the theatricalengagements tr1eal tr1ealenpgementll
engagements in the east during which whichtime whichtime whichtime
time she scored several marked successes successesand successesand successesand
and was for one season touring in New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England with wit her own company Her Hervacation Hercation Hervacation
vacation cation has been a pleasant one and sev several se seeml several ¬
eral social affairs have been given in her herhonor herhonor herhonor
honor ending with a bathing party at atSaltalr atSaltalr atSaltsir
Saltalr Sunday afternoon afternoonMlM afternooni afternoonMite
Mite i Lindsay will arrive in New York in intime intime intime
time to begin rehearsals for her next sea seatons seatons seatons
tons engagement fngag DBnt which will start the thelast thelast thelast
last of this month She Intends stopping stoppingover st pplng pplngover
over in Chicago for several days en route routeIt
It is probable that later she will be joined joinedIn
In New York by her sister Miss Edith EdithLindsay EdithLindEay EdithLindsay
Lindsay who is also well known in all allUtah allUtah allUtah
Utah and Idaho towns The success of ofthese ofUiHe ofthese
these two talented young women in The TheTwo TheTwo TheTwo
Two Orphans several years ago will be bewell bewell bewell
well remembered rememberedOGDEN rememberedOGDEN rememberedOGDENYOUTHTAKEN
OGDEN OGDENYOUTHTAKEN OGDENYOUTHTAKENIN YOUTH TAKEN TAKENIN
IN FOR SHOPLIFTING SHOPLIFTINGHarry
Harry Stone an Ogden youth of 30 30years 20Years 30years
years Was arrested yesterday morning on ona ona
a charge c arge of petty larceny Stone was wascaught wascaught wascaught
caught pilfering the counters of the theCharlton theC theChariton
Charlton C arlton store a five and ten cent em emporium emporium emporlum ¬
porium on lower Main street When Whensearched Whenseaiched Vhensearcned
searched at the police station a miscel miscellaneous mlscellln miscallaneous ¬
laneous lln us collection of talcum powder powdertoothpicks powdertoothpicks powdertoothpicks
toothpicks button hooks and pther goods goodsof
of the sort carried by the establlshment establishmentwere establlshmentWere
were found f Rd in his pocket pocketRAILROAD pocketRILROAD pocketRAILROAD
RAILROAD NOTES NOTESW
W J T Craig chief claim agent for the theIllinois theIllinois theIllinois
Illinois Central arrived in Salt Lake Lakefrom Lakefrom Lakefrom
from his headquarters lll in Chicago yes yesterday YC5terday yesterday ¬
terday to clear up some claims made by
Utah shippers shippersJ
J S Early a wellknown trainman of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake was yesterday appointed AP I d train trainagent trainagent trainagent
agent at the Unlop Unlo station here hereD
S 5 5S
S D Evans EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed to tonew tonew tonew
new location 48 South State street streetKodak streetKodak streetKodakFlnlshlng
Kodak KodakFlnlshlng KodakFlnlshlngSalt Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co 142 Main MainTribuneReporter MainTribuneReporter MaInTribuneReporter
TribuneReporter Printing Co CoG5 CoWest Coc
G5 c West Second South Phones 713
SHUBERT ERT BILLS BILLSWillard BillSARf BILLSARECANCELED
ARf ARECANCELED ARECANCELEDWillard CANCEHD CANCEHDWillard
Willard Macks Company Signs Signsfor
for Forty Weeks at the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand GrandDARK GrandDARK GrandDARK
DARK FOR TWO WEEKS WEEKSPELTON WEEKSPELTON WEEKSPELTON
PELTON STATES REASONS FOR FORHIS FORHIS FORHIS
HIS CHANGE IN PLANS PLANSArrangements PLANSArrangements PLANSArrangements
Arrangements were completed yester yesterday 3esterday eater eaterday ¬
day by Pelton 8 Smutzer Smutzercontrolllng controlling the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand theatre by which the Willard WUlardMack WillardMack WillardMack
Mack Stock company com pan has been secured securedto
to play an engagement of forty weeks in inthe Inthe inthe
the Grand theatre All Shubert bookings bookingsat
at the Grand for the coming season seB on have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been canceled can led and on Sunday August AugustJ9
29 3 the Mack engagement will commence commenceThe commenceThe commenceThe
The definite announcement of the thechange thechange thechange
change of the Grand from a Shubert to toa toa
a stock theatre was made yesterday b bA bA by byA >
A R Pelton of the firm of Pelton PeltonSmutzer PeltonSmutzer PeltonSmutzer
Smutzer The Mack Stock company closed closedits
its summer engagement at the Grand GrandSunday GrandSunda GrandSunday
Sunday Sunda evening FOr two weeks the house housewill bousewm housewill
will be dark and at the end of that time timethe tlmtl1e timethe
the Mack company will wmopen open its fall en engagement engagement engagement ¬
gagement gagementIn
In the interim the Grand theatre is to tobe tobe tobe
be thoroughly redecorated within and andwithout andwithout andwithout
without The somewhat gloomy atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
phere of the interior of the Grand wli wit1be wlibe wlibe
be dispelled by bright new decorations decorationsMr
Mr Pelton said yesterday that he pro propoees pr prJQees proposes
poses JQees to make the Grand theatre the pret pretiest prettiest prettiest <
tiest playhouse in the city cityMr cityIr cityMr
Mr Ir Pelton assigns two reasons for the thecancelling thecancelling thecancelling
cancelling of the Shubert bookings In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the first place the Shuberts have only onbhalf onlyhalf onlyhalf
half a dozen threenight engagements engagementsbooked engagementsbooked engagmentsbooked
booked between now and Thanksgiving Thanksgivingwith
with small prospect of getting many more moreduring moreduring moreduring
during that time He says that it would wouldnot wouldlIot wouldnot
not pay to tie up the theatre for the theseason theeason theseason
season unless un 8S reasonable assurance could couldbe
be receiea that the time would prac practically practicall practIO5ll ¬
tically ticall all be taken The other reason reasonis
is that the Mack Stock company has been beenone beenone beerone
one of the best drawing cards the Grand Grandtheatre Grandtheatre Grandtheatre
theatre has ever had hadMack hadMack hadMack
Mack Makes a Hit HitDuring HitDurIng HitDuring
During the summer season said Mr MrPelton MrPeIto MrPeiton
Pelton Mr Mack in plays that were werenot werenot werenot
not the best available has attracted un unusually unusually Unusually
usually large lar e crowds I could not have havebelieved havebel1eed havebelieved
believed that Richard Mansfield sup supported aupported supported ¬
ported by E H Sothern Julia Marlowe Marloweand
and an allstar cast in the beet play ever everwritten everwritten everwritten
written could have drawn the crowds crowdsthat crowdthat crowdsthat
that have come to see Mr Mack during duringthe
the torrid spell In spite of the heat the theMack th thMack theMack
Mack company has played to packed packedhouses packedhouses packedhouses
houses during the last eight days In InHeld InHeld InHeld
Held by th the Enemy Enem and the last night nlghtsbusiness nightsbusiness s sbusiness
business was better than the first firstWith flratWith firstWith
With new decorations throughout the thetheatre thethtre thetheatre
theatre and Mr Hack and his company companyplaying companyplaying companyplaying
playing the very el best productions avail available available available ¬
able I am sure that the Grand theatre theatrewill theatrewill theatrewill
will become more popular than It would wouldbe
be with some of the best road companies companiesplaying companiesplaylnl companiesplaying
playing there thereAmong thEreAmong thereAmong
Among the Snubert bookings canceled canceledare
are Girls August 23 21 and 25 Going GoingSome GoingSome GoingSome
Some August 90 21 and September 1 1The 1The 1The
The Great John Ganton September 19
20 and 21 The Witching Hour Septem September ¬
her hE > r 26 G 27 and 28 8 The Bachelor Octo October o Octoher < to tober ¬
ber 18 19 and SO Corinne October IK 2
29 2 and 30 Madame Butterfly November
18 19 and 20 20Popular 20Popular 20Popular
Popular Plays to Open OpenWhen OpenWhen OpenWhen
When WIVard VI ard Mack and his associates associatesopen
open at the Grand for the week of August A st
29 it will be in David Belascos Bela cos Girl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Golden West The same company com pan panhas
has already produced this play several severaltimes severaltlme severaltimes
times in Salt Lake and It has proved the themost themost themost
most popular of all of the Mack produc productions productlons productions ¬
tions For the week of SentPmber 5 th thMack thlack the theMack °
Mack company will play Salomy Jane Janeand Janeand
and for the following two weeks The TheSquaw TheSquaW TheSquaw
Squaw Man and Raffles will be the theofferings theoff theofferings
offerings offeringsThe off rlnp rlnpThe
The Mack production of The Squaw SquawMan SquawIan SquawMan
Man will be the first time this most mostpopular mostpopular mostpopular
popular play of Ned Royles has been pro produced produced produced ¬
duced in stock Mr Mack is now in com communication comnlUnlflflUon cornniuniention ¬
munication with several 9v ral owners of other otherexcellent otherex otherexcellent
excellent ex lIent plays and is arranging to se secure securf secure ¬
cure permits to play some of the best bestduring bestduring It Itduring
during the season He said yesterday yesterdaythat
that although the royalties on many of ofthese 0 0theeeplays ofthese
these theeeplays plays were almost prohibitive he heproposed heproposed heproposed
proposed to play them regardless of cost costWillard costVillard costWillard
Willard Mack leaves today with Dr DrH DrH DrH
H N Mayo on a fishing trio through throughIdaho throujhIdaho throughIdaho
Idaho to be gone about a week On hi hireturn hireturn h1return <
return rehearsals for The Girl of the theGolden theGolden theGolden
Golden West will commence Among the thewell thpwell thewell
well known players t > secured by the Wil Willard Willard Willard ¬
lard Mack comuany for the coming season seasonare 84asonare seasonare
are Blanche Douglas Frederick Allen AlenArllng AllenAritng Ien IenArUn
Arllng ArUn Atolne Lee Millar Joseph J < < Ken Kennedy Kt Kenfled > n nnedy ¬
nedy fled Ira Earl Anna McNaughton McNRu hton Lil Lillian Lillian LIIhan ¬
lian Babcock Agnes Bllal James Rennie Rennieand Rennfeand Rennieand
and Clay Clement Jr JrTheatrical jrTheatrical JrTheatrical
Theatrical Outlook OutlookMr
Mr Ir Pelton said that be expected ex tld au auexceptionally 8DexcpUonaUy anexceptionally
exceptionally profitable year in the the theatrical thetrlcal theatrical
atrical business s all over the country
The past year ear he said had been n th thmost the thpmost themost < >
most disastrous experienced in twenty twntfive
five years yea Th The > panic p nir of the year before beforthe btotorthe beforethe
the presidential election and the tariff tarifflegislation trifflegildaUon tarifflegislation
legislation he h said combined to maKfe ma a aling af8fUnll afeeling
feeling ling of business unrest throughout th thcountry thcountry thcountry °
country that caused the theatre to toamong be beamong beamong
among the th first and h hplliet vle t sufferers sufferersNow RuffflrfltSIow sufferersNow
Now that these thf questions have adjusted adjustedthem adiustedthem adJustedthemselves
them themselves 5 lves satisfactorily he expects an anespecially anespecfan anespecially
especially prosperous season seasonMORE seasonMORE seasonMORE
MORE SPECIAL SPECI4LPOLICE SPECI4LPOLICEOFFICERSDISCHARGED POLICE POLICEOFFICERS POLICEOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSDISCHARGED OFFICERSDISCHARGEDTen DISCHARGED DISCHARGEDTen
Ten of the twentyfive special police pollcemen wUeemen policemen
men appointed for service during G A AR AR AR
R week were we dlsm1s dismissed ecl yesterday The Theremaining Theremaining Theremaining
remaining fifteen will be held for sev several several seweral ¬
eral days to Insure all possible protec protection protection protection ¬
tion to visitors yet et remaining in the city
The contingent of thieves and pick pickpockets plckpocket pickpockets ¬
pockets which cam to th the city to prey preyupon preyupon preyupon
upon th tho crowds will be watch d with th thsame thsame thsame
same vigilance as that maintained during duringencampment duringncampment duringencampment
encampment week and not until the town townhas townhas townhas
has been thoroughly rid of these unde undesirables undesirables untiesirables ¬
sirables will the pollcv force be reduced reducedto
to its regular proportions proportionsTICKET proportionsr proportionsTICKET proportionsTICKET
r
TICKET IS RETURNED RETURNEDThe
The considerate pickpocket t who relieved relievedJ
J F Williams a Chicago tourist tourt t of his hispocketbook hispocketbook hispocketbook
pocketbook containing a roundtrip ticket ticketfrom ticketfrom ticketfrom
from Chicago to Portland dropped the theticket theticket theticket
ticket into a mall Wox yesterday The Thepostal Thepostal Thepostal
postal authorities forwarded it to the po police police palice ¬
lice department where Williams recovered recoveredhis
his stolen property The purse contained containedS8
S8 8 in cash cashAll cashAll cashAll
All works of taste must bear a aprice aprice aprice
price in proportion to t the skill skilltaste skilltaste skilltaste
taste time and material used in intheir intheir intheir
their design and manufacture manufactureThings manufactureI
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T TThings FThings
Things called dear are are3 when whenwhen whenwhen whenwhen
when justly estimated the thecheapest thecheapest thecheapest
cheapest cheapestThese cheapestThese cheapestThese
These are axioms that apply tq tojewelry tqjewelry tqjewehy
jewelry and justify our rea reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
sonable price priceSAL
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suits suitsall all go at onethird off offOur ofraPyoO offcYeo
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must be a cleanup cleanupOUR cleanupOUR cleanupOUR
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CATCH DESERTERS DfSfRTERSANDGH DESERTERSANDGETREVARD
ANDGH ANDGETREVARD ANDGETREVARDGovernment RfWARD RfWARDGovernment
Government Furnishes List of ofSoldiers ofSoldiers ofSoldiers
Soldiers Wanted WantedOne WantedOneFrom One OneFrom
From Ft Douglas DouglasThe
The aggregate list of additional re rewards rewards rewards ¬
wards which came from the war depart department department departmont ¬
ment at Washington last evening 4or or the thecapture thecapture thecapture
capture of recent deserters from the reg regular regular ragular ¬
ular army amounts to 1000 Of the de desertions desertions desertions ¬
sertions one is listed to Fort Douglas at atSalt atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake that of Leo G Williams a pri private private private ¬
vate of company I 1 Fifteenth Infantry Infantrywho
who disappeared on July 27 T The other otherdesertions otherdesertions otherdesertions
desertions are areChristian areChriltian areChristian
Christian J Knutson Fort Saelling SaellingMinn SnellingMinn SneliingMInn
Minn July JulyWillie S SWIIHe DVflUe
Willie J T Nutt Fort Sam Houston Tex TexJuly TexJuly I
July Jul M MFerdinand 31FerdInand 34Ferdinand
Ferdinand Bettker Fort Sam Houston HoustonTex HOUIttonTex HoustonTex
Tex July Jul 24 24Frank 24Frank of ofFran
Frank P Bobbins Fort Logan Colo ColoJuly ColoJul ColeJuly
July Jul 25 25Andrew 25Andrew IiAndrew
Andrew E Mesick West Point N Y YJuly YJul YJuly
July Jul X XNorman 30Norman
JulNorman Norman J Heavenor Fort Robinson RoWnaonNeb RobinsonNeb
Neb July JulyJames 2C 2CJames 30Janice
James Watson Chicago Ill July Julytarren M MWarren 30Warren
Warren Dtackehire colored New York YorkJuly YorkJUly YorkJuly
July 3S 3SWilliam 56William
JUlyWlUlam William Jones Fort Rodman New Bed Bedford Bedford Bedford ¬
ford Mass July 36 36Thomas 36Thomas 8 8Thomas
Thomas X Relily Fort Howard Md MdJuly MdJuly MdJuly
July JulyJohn 2C 2CJohn 26John
John E Burgess Omaha Neb July 3 3on 38 38on Ii Iion
on Woe Fort William Henry Harrison HarrisonHelena HarrifIOIlHelena HarrisonHelena
Helena Mont July 28 28Frank 2LFrank 38Frank
Frank Lafoy Columbus Barracks Ohio OhioJuly OhioJul OhioJuly
July Jul JulyPaul 30 30Paul 30Paul
Paul Clark Fort Robinson Neb NebAugust NebAugust NobAugust
August 3 3Clayton 3Clayton 3Clayton
Clayton B Clemson Fort WaIte alia Walla WallaWash WallaWUh WallsWash
Wash August 3 3William JUllam 3William
William Ellsworth Vancouver Ya COUYilr Barracks BarracksWash BarrackaWash BarracksWash
Wash August 4 4Homer 01Homer 4Homer
Homer H Hamilton Fort Logan an H HRoots HRoots HRoots
Roots Argents Ark August 5 5George 5George I
George Eckhart Fort Sill Okla OklaAugust OklaAugust I Iugast
August 5 5Charles 5Charles 5Charles
Charles L Ragaln Boise Bol Barracks BarracksBoise BarracksBoise i
Boise Ida August 5The 5The 5 5The
The reward of 50 I for either of these thesemen thesemen thesemen
men will be paid upon delivery of the thedeserter thedellerter thedeserter
deserter at the nearest army post postSSYSJPEIT postMONfY postMONEYTOSPARE
MONfY MONEYTOSPARE MONEYTOSPARESAYSSTERRETT TO SPAR SPARSAYS E
SSYSJPEIT SSYSJPEITEstimated SAYS SAYSSTERRETTEstimated STERRHT STERRHTEstimated
Estimated Expenditures for forEncampment forEncampment forEncampment
Encampment Will Be BeAbout BeAbout BeAbout
About 61000 61000At 61 000 000At
At a meeting of the executive commit committee ¬
tee of the G A R encampment at the theCommercial tbeCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club rooms yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 1230 the reports of various variouscommittees variouscommittees variouscommittees
committees and sundry encampment encampmentbilk
bilk came up for consideration Accord According AccordIng AccordIng ¬
ing to Colonel Frank M Sterrett ex executive executive executive ¬
ecutive director of the G A R there therewill therewill therewill
will be money sufficient to meet all bills billswith billswith billswIth
with a little to spare The expenditures expenditureswill
will be approximately ap 61000 and the thereceipts thereceipts thereceipts
receipts 62000 62000Colonel 6OOOColonel 62000Colonel
Colonel Sterrett stated that it was wasdifficult WIUSdifficult wasdifficult
difficult to arrive at exact figures this thisearly thisearly thisearly
early in the week The work of audit auditing auditIng auditing ¬
ing the many bills and attending to the themany themany themany
many matters incident to the closing of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the accounts is a big task and exact exactfigures exactfigures exactfigures
figures will not be obtainable until the theend theend theend
end of the week at which time it is isthoughj Isthough isthoughj
thoughj that the committee will 111 have havecompleted havecompleted havecompleted
completed its work workMost workMost workMoot
Most of the bills in large amount have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been presented to the finance committee committeeThere committeeThere committeeThere
There are however a number of bills billsespecially bUlsespecIally billsespecially
especially in small amounts still out outstanding outstandIng outstanding ¬
standing With those which have al already already atready ¬
ready been presented together with the thebills thebills thebills
bills outstanding it Is thought the ex expenditures expenditures cxpenditures ¬
penditures will not be in excess of
61000The 61000 61000The 81008The
The books of the G A R show a anumber anumber anumber
number of bills payable among which Is Isan Isan isan
an item of grand grandtand stand rent amounting amountingprobably amountingprobftbly amountingprobably
probably to about 60 60Colonel 60Colonel 50Colonel
Colonel Sterrett stated yesterday that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when all accounts had been audited auditedcarefully auditedcarefully auditedcarefully
carefully and the committee had made madeits madeIta madaits
its final report it would be found that thateverything thateverything thateverythIng
everything considered matters had been beenhandled beenhandled beenhandled
handled in a creditable manner mannerIt
It is no easy matter matterto to handle a big Wgencampment bigencampme bigencampmerit
encampment encampme t said he and it Is easier easierto Il er erto
to find fault with the way the work Is Isdone Isdone Isdone
done than to do the work This en encampment encampment encampment ¬
campment has been handled with less lessfriction 1 1fricUon lessfriction
friction than any other at which I have haveofficiated haveofficiated haveofficiated
officiated and I am convinced that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the auditing Is completed completedeverything completedoerythIng completedeverything
everything will be found in first class classshape cla8shape classshape
shape
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AUTO VICTIM BURIED BURIEDFuneral BURIEDFuneral BURIEDFuneral
Funeral of Ora Van Noy Held at Fam Family Famfly FamIly ¬
ily Residence ResidenceThe
The funeral of little Ora Noy who whowas whowas whowas
was killed Friday evening by being struck struckby etruckby struckby
by an automobile on Second avenue w was washeld washeld s sheld
held yesterday afternoon from the family familyhome familyhome familyhome
home 1121 Second avepue Mr and Mrs MrsW MrsC
W v C Van Noy No parents of the child ar arrived arrled arrlved ¬
rived from Evanston Wyoming on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning Burial was w s In City oems cemetery oemster oeiatery ¬
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East Bench Phone and make appoint appointments appointments appointinents ¬
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painting Bedsteads picture pictureframes piomeframes piotureframes
frames chairs tables steam ste m pipes pipesradiators pipesradiators pipesradiators
radiators may all be made to look lookbright lookbright lookbright
bright and fresh with a title ef effort effort effort ¬
fort and the proper kind of Aome AomeQuality AomeQuality AomeQuality
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Conditions Improved in Slaugh Slaughter ¬
ter Houses Markets and andStores andStores andStores
Stores StoresJ
J W Treman city meat t Inspector Inspectorvisited JlI8Pectorvifdted Inspectorvisited
visited thirtytwo small meat mestiaadt markets and andstores andtoreII andstores
stores yesterday and reported Itwproved Itwprovedconditions Jieieevedconditions 1 1co
conditions co IU0D5 A visit to several slaughter alassghterhouses slaughterhouses t thOUseK
houses last week found eondlUftus won wonderfully wonderfully wonderfufly ¬
derfully Improved over that shown al lfwR a few fewweeks fewweeks fewweeks
weeks ago 0 Butchers and nd fiaosis po are aremaking areIl8kinA areipaking
making efforts to Improve tMtr shops shopsand shopsand shopsand
and to place wholesome food before the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people peopleInspector people1Dpector peopleinspector
Inspector Treman sent in a report re ort to tothe totho tothe
the city council last night whiten went wentto wentto wentto
to committee before It will to be acted actedupon actedupon actedupon
upon He asks that IK 5 a Month th be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed him for the maintenance of his hisown hisown hisown
own horse and wagon He believe be a meat meatInspector meatln meatinspector
Inspector ln pector should have five years at o prac practical practical ¬ r rtlcal
tical work as a butcher and that an In Inspector Inspector inspecter ¬
spector should be appointed for each eachslaughter eachslaughter eachslaughter
slaughter house with the exceptions exeepU na of ofHepworth ofHepworth ofHepworth
Hepworth and Papworth Here h M says saysone saysone Y8 Y8one
one man can do the inspecting as the theplants theplants theplants
plants are close together Another In Inspector inspector inspector ¬
spector he believes should have the work workof
of inspecting the butcher shop of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
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