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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 17 1909
INTEREST SHOWN SHOWNBY SHOWNBYPRESIDENT
BY PRESIDENT BYPRESIDENTI PRESIDENTEvidence
Evidence Being Prepared for forRate forRate forRate I I
Rate Case Hearing in inOctober inOctober inOctober
October OctoberBUSINESS OctoberBUSINESS OctoberBUSINESS
BUSINESS MEN M N HOPEFUL HOPEFULSHREWD HOPEFULSHREWD HOPEFULSHREWD
SHREWD CORPORATION ATTOR ATTORNEYS ATTORNEYS ATTORNEYS ¬
NEYS WILL WILLBE BE HERE HEREl HEREhNldent HEREIicsideut
hNldent l evident Taft through tbrougf Me ecretary secretaryackiwvladjred
ha ackiwvladjred the receipt ot O a hand hande handooHly bfldfle1y
e niely bo bound and copy op et the amended I com comvlaint CmIaint vmjaint
vlaint against the railroads ran ds filed by the themmeroiui then1merrILI th thmmerdlLl
< mmeroiui 1ub Traffic Bureau In be b ¬
lt iif I r tit f the > of
p pople opl < the state of Utah
TTK Th 11 complaint was sent to the President Pre ldent
b A QutgltN president of the traffic
I lirfau ureau with a < iptter which again thanked thank L
I Prci Pr r idrnt nt T fa rtft at it for fn his Interest in the Utah Utahise Utahise tah tah1Sf
< ise and tid Fl 1 w V Carpenter s cretary to
t tp > P
prSldnr replied aa follows
T beg he ti to z ai < knowledge the receipt of ofvir ofjT 011r
vir letter with tlv > petition prepared by b
tu Iommcr lommeral al club tub Traffic Bureau and I
yrTt rnt > M t OH Intprstatf Commerce commte commteand commitiWl comrnIand
Wl < and t n in reply that I shall shall0neTTu
tng t 0neTTu ng It to tl tht attention of the president
S H Bah BalWIk ork commissioner of traffic
T 1 1 tie t > lot I kt1 1 bureau says that th the in
terrst shown iy President Taft In the
pcUtivn tition from Utah tab will undoubtedly prove provei provtaluable
i x aluable aid In insuring a prompt and I
fair ir htarlnr lerlnif of the case next October
Mr Babcook and his assistants are still I
Corking on the mass of evidence to torsented toe toeiisented b bsented
iisented sented to the Commission and C C
Je Jp 1 who will represent repre nt the th citizen of
I tall as attorney before the eomntieaion eommi8MlonalNlul
i a lradj begun his
work of reviewing rerlewlnvidnce
J ciidtnce ciidtnceT eYidnceThe
T The Th > J < business men of Utah have every
Confidence onf onfidnee dene > In the ability of the local at
tornev torr to present pre ent their case successfully succe sfull
a arlmugh r 2 gh he will be pitted against a dosen I
CT f the most experienced and highly paid
r Orporutloa attorney In th the United Unitedit UnitedPLANNING
it > tales talesPLANNING tatesPLANNING
PLANNING TO TOGREET GREET TAFT TAFTContinued TAFTContinued TAFTContinued
Continued from Page 1 1reji 1rflEoent 1 1reeentOd
reji rflEoent evented d in the reception of the presi presii presiand
< i at > t and Mr Hammond In 1 Salt Lake Laket
t Trh Thc occasion will also be made one for forRf forbCNral foig
bCNral g Rf r rrial f ral excursions to Salt Lake and the therailroads theraHroa thEr
r railroads raHroa s will quote special excursion excursionratP I Irat
rat < from fr m September 24 to September Septembertrom
1 > from all stations in Utah with the thecamp theJm th thme
camp Jm me > fares as were charged during ttte th thrand
Or and Army encampment encampmentProliminary encampmentPrfllmlnary encampmentFr1Jminary
Proliminary steps for the entertaln entertalnrnfnt entertalnfopnt entertainrnt
rnfnt of President William H Taft Taftt Taftwlun Taftvhpn
wlun t hen he visits Salt Lake for three days dayso
0 t his tour of the west will be made
< < t a meeting to be held in the office om of 01 01zVternor
Governor Hf > mor William Spry this afternoon afternoonat I Iat
at 3 oclock < > which will be attended by b bl
a 1 number of prominent men from dif difr dlfrnt difrit
r rnt nt parta of the state stateThi stateTht stateTht
Tht meeting has been called by Sen Sentr Sent
1 1 tr > r Heed Smoot Requests have been beene I
e nt out to twentyfive men to attend attendthe attendiitetIng I II
tV meeting at which time committees committeesI1l
ill be b formed and preparations made madeit
it t once nce for a great reception for the theresident theldent thezident
resident > ldent President Taft will arrive In Ins In1t
s It Lake on September 24 and will re renv rem reri
nv m in > n for three days the longest stop stopifly
fr im l1Y city of the west What features featuresh
h be included in the reception will willr
r < it t be known for some time but one oner
r r tliPin will be the Laving Flag dls dlsr disTLy
T TLy r clY i which inch was one of the distinct suc sucf
f SP < ps of the G A R encampment encampmentTUP
TUP T w men me who have been asked to tof the
r I lt t meeting Governor William Spry
i LIYor Mr John S Bransford D C Jack Jackn
in n i E H Callister M H Walker 1 1i it i if
i < Wt Vbber hber A L Thnma A T L T HPPPT r w r
ftfeJni t Jo eph How H BoweI Logan Major Majorj
WiJialll j lam T May Fort Douglas Colonel Coloneli
H i I E Loose L Provo H Bullen Jr Lo Lof LogLf
I f gLf i Hyrum H Tum Gardner Spanish Sp nIh h Fork ForkI
I I F W Robinson Logan Angus T TOgden Tlli Ttvnght
lli tvnght ht Ogden Oscar O car Madaon Ogden OgdenJ
J 1 E Langford Salt Lake K C Kerr KerrIt
I > dt It Lake D S Spencer Salt S lt Lake C Cble CNibley
V Nibley ble Salt Lake I A Benton Ben ton Salt
Iak C 6N 6 Tlneej Salt Lake Bishop
P S tfpalding aldpg Salt Lake Rt Rev RevirMn Revlllltu RevdI
dI irMn flafl Salt Lake W J T Halloran Halloranil1t
Silt il1t Lake William Glasmann Ogdent O
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERScine
r I cine Hunt to Mary M Andrews Andrewsirt
1 irt 1 rt 1 of lots lot 13 3 and 14 Capitol sub mibPioneer IIUbil subREAL
il iiJIl IsflJ 2181
J i in fl Eidwell et t al to Jena T C Ct Tcl TclI le1 le1I
I t all of lot 35 3 block 2 Walk WalkI WalkuhIhlsiOH alk alkr
I r MlbdtrUiOn MlbdtrUiOnT uhIhlsiOHMFy 1t II
MFy T r A Bush to J IT Dahten all alliots allr 0 010lR
r Its > 10 and 11 Capitol Ave Avei Av
u i addition 4700 fMOPioneer
Pioneer PloneerRooflng PloneerRooflngit Roofing Roofingl
1 Tr l aii it ami guarantpl fiiarantr > l lIAMHERT ty
IAMHERT PAPER PVP1RJ n
r > llo1W i
ffL f t tRexall
Rexall RexallChilblain RexallChilblain
Chilblain ChilblainRemedy ChilblainRemedy ChilblainRemedy t 1 IlLl
Remedy RemedyHot r rHot
Hot weather and burning burningfeet burningfeeL burningfeet
feet Dont be annoyed annoyedThis annoyed1This 1 1This
This remedy wilt give in instant instant instant ¬
stant relief 25c 25cI 25cSMITH 25cH
H SMITH SMITHDRUG SMITHDRUG
DRUG COo COoJ11
I J11 il i itlit HII jihonts 4360 4360JM 4360PPI
PPI d1 LI JM nigllt niglltTHE P1JtTk11 llt lltTHK
THE I5T nIs s If < i HNEIt HNEItguaranteed RNEItTRIB EIL
2 r Y7 r < Rf 1 M 1l i jCJf si siTRIB
TRIB TRIBA
A guaranteed cure for the liquor liquorand Liquorand Liquorand
and Tobacco Habits HabitsPRICE1250 HabitsPRICE HabitsPRICE
PRICE1250 PRICE1250Schramms PRICE 1250 1250Schramms 1250Sehramms
Schramms Where the Cars Stop StopSole StopSole St0pbSole
Sole Agency AgencyIt A AgencyMarveJ ency encyEv
Ev ry oma i iI
It I inltrcatcd and should know kno knoaboat
about the wonderful wonderfulAlk wonderfulMarvel
Marvel Whirling w wthe 5pfI 5pfIDouche
Douche
Ask your drogKiit for forit forIt
it If h cannot nppy
the MARVEL accept no DOothctr noolhlV noother
other bat send ttac rtanp < p for ml1ll ml1lltra Itinstrited uiua uiuatnted
tnted tra d booksealed It gives foil tnIlIcuhrs nilpartlcnhrs
Ppwtlcaltra Icuhrs and directions inrdaabla tnyduabloladl intthiableIadIei
Wladlei ladl IadIei MARVEL CO 44 E 23d St N fe I w Yd YdFor y yFor Ye YeLor
For sale by F J Hill Drug Co F C CEchrarnm Citchrnmm agcbramm
Echrarnm and Chas Van Dyke Dykeilail DYkeIotall DyieUaU
ilail Orders Solicited
COUNCILMAN IS ISAFTER S SAFTER
AFTER SALOON SALOONI
Fernstrom Charges That Sa Saloon Saloon Saloon ¬
loon Men Pay American AmericanParty AmericanParty AmericanParty
Party for Protection ProtectionSalt
Salt Lake have been forced to contribute contributeto
to a fund of 3009 for the American barty bartyeainpIgn party partycampaign mrtycampaIgn
campaign fund this fall was wasma made it y
rbunciurtan 1 S Fernatrom Borns rom onUs O on lttt the Ilo Iloei 110the
ei the city council last night It f o oral erJ l of ofthe ofthe
the America party numbers trltd to rt riffl riffltlle rkfteule Jt Jttiite
tiite the claige char ge but Councilman Fern 1cmit Ferntrom Fern1trom
it 1trom rom stuck to his pest and aaiiHl cial l them themto
to appoint him a committee of 0 one no offi offitiall oMrt1ll 0thiahI
tiall to t n neke ke an loveatigatljn Jl to sut sutantIate t1J t1Jantlate l li >
i > antlate hit fliarges s The council refused refusedto used usedto
to make the order orderTUe orderThe orderThe
The cliaTjrc chm lO grew out of the th ton long dIR dIRIn
In ll Uw > > p PH4UUng oti outlng of the owners of r the theAliutny th thII01tny the1Iany
Aliutny bar for pelting liquor on Sumlavmore Sunday Sundaymore un a amore
more than a month ago They were caugnt caugntredhanded caugntI cauntredhanded
redhanded I by the pollee but the trials
have never been brought up in police policecourt poItoecourt policecourt
court courtThere courtThere courtThere
There te i something mighty rotten about aboutthis aboutthis aboutthia
this case said Councilman Fernstrom FernstromIt
It seems that every e ery time the police have havea hava
a cinch case In these saloon arrests arreststhere arreststhere arreststhere
there Is never a trial I dont know who whoIs whOIs
Is responsible rUi > Onslble for this I will ill not make makecharge maJteoarg makecargs
charge oarg ugainst any anyone one man but some someOn somol somehflt
On < U I responsible responsibleCouncilman responsibleouncilman responsibleouncilman
ouncilman Fernstrom presented a reso res ¬
luther to t the effect that the license Jlcen o oi the
Alban > bar b b6 revoked which finally cat carried catrlt01 catriesi ¬
ried Councilman J J Stewart changed changtdhis
his rote ote and am moved for a reconsideration reconsiderationrext
rext Monday night Th vote stood stO d eight e eightto > Uhtto ht htto
to four in favor fa Or of the council taking the thematter thematter themsttrr
matter up upWhit upWhile
While the argument was at its height heightCouncilman
Councilman Fernetrom declared that it
looked to him as if the tli managers mana ers of the
Albany bar had come through good to
the 13000 3000 fund for the American party partycampaign partycampa partycarnpaln
campaign campa fund and that the case was w s
being bejn hushed up on that account accountAnother accountSUIT accountSUIT
SUIT AGAINST AGAINSTINSURANCE AGAINSTINSURANCE
INSURANCE MAN MANAnother
Another chapter In the litigation be between between between ¬
tween the Continental Life Insurance InsuranceInvestment Insuranc6Investment InsuranceInvestment
Investment company and George G > fge S SKimball SKimball SKimball
Kimball was startHi start yesterday when the thelife thelife thelife
life insurance company filed suit against a nst
Kimball for 37376 with interest at 8 8per 8per Sper
per cent from April 1 1909 1909The 1800The 190tThe
The company charges that Kimball Kimballtook IGmbnlltook Kimballtook
took over the business of Frank A Wer Werner Werner Werner ¬
ner in handling insurance for the com company company cornpony ¬
pany on a guarantee to write 10000000 10000000of
of insurance in five years Aftep writng writ
Ing ng 6000000 insurance Kimball laid laiddown laiddown laiddown
down on his contract the company companycharges companycharges companycharges
charges and they are suing him for his hisfailure hisfailure hisfailure
failure to carry out the contract contractKimball contractKimballhRs contractKimball
Kimball KimballhRs has a suit now vending In I
Supreme court against the Continental Continental ¬
nental company In which he charges chargesthat chargesthat I
that the company gave 250000 in stock stockto
to the Western Investment company for fornothing fornothing fornothing
nothing and demands that he be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to investigate the books of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company In the answer to the Conti Continental Continental Continental ¬
nental company it was charged that
Kimball had turned over hundreds of
Continental policies to the West rest Coast
Life Insurance company and this is isalso isalso Isalso
also mentioned in the suit filed by the thecompany theCOI thecompany
company COI p ny yesterday The companrcharges companycharges company companycharges
charges that Kimball has tried for years ears
to wreck it
MORAN GETS GETSPAVING PAVING JOB JOBOfficial JOBOffpial JOBOff1ial
Official Contractors ContractorsBid Bid for West WestTemple WestTemple WestTemple
Temple Exceeds Estimate EstimateAt
At At the meeting of the uoard of public publicwork
works yesterday P J T M Mran ran official officialcontractor oflcialContractor l lcontractor
contractor for or the city clt was given an another another anQther ¬
other contract at a soft ati aL easy eas price
His bid for the paving pa of West t8t Temple
from Fifth South to Ninth Bnuth and on
Fifth South between Main and > nd First First8IIt
Vest 8IIt streets was accepted U by > toe board
The contract price is J1601WS4 100l i84 or 994175above 9MS75 994L7above
above the city engineers estimate Moran Moranasks Moranasks Ioranaak
asks 87 cents a yard for excavating as asagainst asagatll8t asagainst
against 70 cents a year ear ago and 235 Z
for laying the concrete base as against t
1205 2l Qi a year ago for tin same work
The street on West Temple will be beeightyfive beeihtf1ve beeightyfive
eightyfive feet wide ide and that on Fifth Fifth5outh
South will in be ninetytwo feet tee m AS > the theproperty thepropertyowners thepropertyowners
property propertyowners owners want to make this a
badness street later laterZerbe laterZerbe laterZerbe
Zerbe Walker have ave finished the work workon workon ork orkon
on the screening tank for the Twentieth Twentiethward Twentiethward Twenticthward
ward pipe line in City Clt creek and received receivedtlM receivedUMltr receivedtheir
tlM their > ir full price of 04741 though they theyohould theyshould
should have lost nearly nearl 500 in forfeits for forslow forslow furslow
slow work workQUESTION worka ork orkQUESTION
QUESTION a U ESTJONUTOMR uroMR UP TO MR TAFT TA FT
Continued from fro Page 1 1tins 1thi 1 1tIii
tins thi will bring two cahliut ollicern oitire into intoconflict Intoonnl intoeointict
conflict onnl < > t if the row doesnot does not soon termi terminate termlna terminate ¬
nate na te amita amicaWj bl There are phase Ilha of nfthe ofthe ofthe
the dispute tl pute whloh the president it is isunderstood illunderstood Isunderstood
understood desires de lre to know of r at flrat flrathand l1nittuand 1lrttand
hand wherefore on his forthcoming
trii went he will make investigations investigationsand
and talk talkwlth with interested parties part s onboth onbothaUe on onbothsides both bothIIIdeH
aUe so that he will be in pos f1 possession possessionot sesion I5aIeIi8ionor sesionof
of all the facts upon his return to
Washington Wa h1nct h in November NovemberJOHN NovemberJOHN I IJOHN
JOHN E BUTLER IS DEAD DEADJohn
J John bn Edward Butter for many man Ittr > eir < a awell awell awell
well known business man of bait alt Lake Lakedied Ikedied 1icedied
died at his borne IK Kat Second South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street yesterday afternoon Air Butler Butlerwas Butler1UI Butlerwas
was 1UI born nearly 66 years ears ago at Helper lleiperDerbyehile HelperDerbyahire ilelperDerbyshire
Derbyshire Biigland and with his wife
h he caRte to Salt Lake in 1880 where he heorgan hebtpn hebigan
organ buSiness t815 In the Twelfth ward meat meatmarket meatmarket meatmarket
market marketHe marketHe
He erected the business s block at 4C2 4
East Ea t Second South street where w ere Mrs MrsButler MrsButlel MrsButler
Butler lived with him until her death four fouryears tourY fouryears
years Y III ago agoMr 380Mr agoMr
Mr Butler was a member of the Temple Templeof
of Honor lodge for to twelve twel ve years and had hadmany birdmany hadmany
many friends In Salt Lake The only near nearrelative nearrel nearreatAve
relative rel ve in the UrUed States is I a brother brotherVilllurn brotherWilliam brotherVtliiim
Villlurn L Butler living in this city ell ellIr
Mr Ir Butler received Injuries from rum a fall fallabout fallabout fallabout
about twelve years ago from which whlcl1be whlcl1beIter he hent henever
nt never er recovered and in recent years lie
hat teen incapacitated from business
FUNERAL AT CATHEDRAL CATHEDRALThe
The first Jr t funeral in the pew Catholic Catholiccathedral CatholiCcathedral Catholiccathedral
cathedral was held at atS S30 yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymornln yesterdaymoraing
morning mornln < < the services being for Thomas ThomasTallon ThomaTallon
Tallon a veteran mining mar of Park
City Mr tr r tallou w Wall s one nf f the b best < t
known inuring men of Utah and Uio th fu funeral fun Iiicarat ¬
carat n ral wan attended by many mlm of the theniomuieot theJ thepionirnent
niomuieot J > business men of f Pans City Cityi Cityid
i nd Salt I lake The Rev W K Ryan a aclose aclose aclose
close friend of Mr Tallon preached PNIW the thesermon themon theeEnon
sermon mon paying a touching trlbuo to the tbecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of his hi friend friendThe friendThe friendThe
The floral offerings were many and andeautltul
beautiful but in accordance with an tx txpreseed foXpreseed cxpressed
preseed w wsh h of Mr Tallon 0 they were weretaken wwetaken weretaken
taken to Iis 12 e grave at ML 1t Olivet and nn
displayed at frave the he cathedral an and the cof ¬
fin was not opened at the services servicesThe servicesThe servicesThe
The music at t the cathedral was the
Gregorian Requiem directed by Miss MuwNora MissNora
Nora Gleason and sung by Mrs P L LHanntfan 14Hnnltan Llannlfan
Hanntfan Miss lI I8 Margaret Harley A T TMePhrson
McPhetson and Nicholas Sehulter SehulterMrs SchulterMrs SehulterMrs
Mrs Winslows Winslo ts Soothing Syrup Syruphas
has been bee used u ed for YEARS YEA 9 by b MILLIONS MILLIONSof
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS ali nil
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and is the
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of the world Be Bosure Beflure Besure
sure and ask for Mrs Winslows SoothIng Sooth Soothing Soothing ¬
ing Syrup and take no other kind kindTwenWfive kindTwentyfive
Twsntyflve cents a bottle GUARAN GUARANTEED GUARAIlTEED QUARANTEEt ¬
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG DRUGACT DRUGACT DRUGACT
ACT June 30 1905 SERIAL NUMBER NUMBERlOO
100S lOO
BIO Of MORAN MORANCAUSES
CAUSES SBriOTBT CAUSESPROTESTCouncilman SBriOTBTCouncilman PROUST PROUSTCouncilman
Councilman Holley Says Sa s Work WorkCan WorkCan WorkCan
Can Be Done Cheaper at ata ata ata
a Profit ProfitMOVES ProfitMDVES ProfitMOVES
MOVES A RECONSIDERATION RECONSIDERATIONOTHER RECONSIDERATIONOTHER
OTHER MATTERS ARE DISPOSED DISPOSEDOF
OF AT SHORT MEETING MEETINGAt
At a meeting of the city clt council c unoU last lastnight lastI lastnight
night I t Councilman John Holley made a aprotest apro arott
protest pro rott against the bid of 87 871 cents per percubic percubic percubic
cubic yard for forthe the excavating on pav ¬
in extension 54 This is I the price ried charged
by P J Moran official contractor for
the city and it is stated that Moran has
been trying to sublet this work for 65 65cents 6 6cents 6cents
cents making 22 2 cents a cublh yard ard on
the work without turning a shovel I
It is certain said Councilman Hol ¬
ley that ij contractors will handle the thework thework thework
work for Moran for 70 cents a yard ard andmake and andmake andmake
make money at it while Moran will make
17 cents a yArd clear profit without any
work But the bid of 01 Moran was ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted by the board of public works and andwent andwent andwent
went through the council with a rush rushuntil rU8huntil rushtznUI
until Councilman Holley changed his vote voteand voteand voteand
and moved m ted for a reconsideration recon lderaUon next
Monday night nightThe nlKhtThe nightThe
The slot machines of Mrs Irs Ora Brashere Brasherewill BrasherewtIJ
will be closed clo ed today through an order ordermade ordermBde ordermade
made by the council last night Pay ¬
roll amounting to 1928891 were passed passedAt
At the suggestion of Chief of Police S SM SI
M I Barlow the following special officers officerswere officerswere officerswere
were appointed to serve without pay from
the city George Geor oe H Voogd for the Or Orpheum Orpheum Orpheum
pheum John Carlson W E l Garvin and
Hyrum Turuene for the Rio Grande Max MaxFlorence MaxFlorence IaxFlorence
Florence for four moving picture the theatres theatres theatres ¬
atres B H Hendrickson for the Salt SaltPalace SaltPalace SaltPalace
Palace in place of Frank Barnes and andC
C H Blomsterberg Blom terberg for the state capitol capltolgrounds capitolgrounds capitolgrounds
grounds and vicinity The resignation of ofPatrolman ofPatrolman ofPatrolman
Patrolman B Poulsen was received and andaccepted andaccepted andaccepted
accepted acceptedChief acceptedChief acceptedChief
Chief Barlow asked for 500 O0 for his con contingent contingent eontingent ¬
tingent fund but this was sent to the thefinance thefinance thefinance
finance committee It is understood this thismoney thismoney thismoney
money is wanted by Chief Barlow for his hissecret hissecret hissecret
secret service during the G A R encamp encampment eneampment encampment ¬
ment mentTired mentTired mentTired
Tired of the failure of the city en engineers engineers engineers ¬
gineers office to make teak a report on the thestatus thestatus thestatus
status of the west side Intercepting sewer sewerJohn aewerJohn sewerJohn
John Holley introduced a resolution last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night calling again for a report It was wasordered wuordered wasordered
ordered that the report 16 b made next nextTuesday nextTueodfpy nextTuesday
Tuesday nlcht nl ht
The of works was instructed to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed to advertise for bids for fire sta station sta staUon a ation ¬
tion No No6 6 which will be established near nearEighth nearEighth nearEighth
Eighth West and Eighth South streets streetsto
to cost in the neighborhood of 30000 30000A
A petition was received from D R Al Allen Allen AlIen ¬
len secretary of the board of recents of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the University of Utah stating that the theuniversity thtuniversity theuniversity
university had let the contract contr ct for the thepaving thepaving thepaving
paving of University avenue up to and andaround andaround andaround
around the university buildings and asked askedthe askedtbe askedthe
the city to put in suitable cro crofslQgs sings on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second South street and University ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue It went to the engineering commit committee committee ¬
tee
MANEUVERS OF OPPOSING OPPOSINGARMIES OPPOSINGARMIES OPPOSINGARMIES
ARMIES GROW EXCITING EXCITINGContinued EXCITINGContinued EXCITINGContinued
Continued from Page 1 1could 1could 1could
could have sent an orderly back to the themain themain themain
main cavalry body about a mile in the therear therear therear
rear and a strong force would have havebeen hRvebeen havebeen
been hurried around to cut off the theBlues theBlues theBlues
Blues a very ery Important capture captureBefore captureBefore captureBefore
Before they were ordered to fall back backto backto
to the rear the scouts of Captain Ryan Ryanof
of the mixed cavalry captured about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty privates of the Blue scouting par parties parties parties ¬
ties and outposts
The first between the Bed ed army armyof arm armof armyof
of invasion inv on and the Blue army ann of de defense detense detense ¬
tense occurred early earl today near War Warham Warhftm Varam
ham am It was nothing more than a skit skirmish sklrIbish skitfnlsh ¬
mish between a detachment detach nt of the cay cavalry ca caairy cayairy ¬
airy of the invading forces the Second Secondbrigade Secondbrigade Secondbrigade
brigade of o Massachusetts infantrymen infantrymenwhich Infantrmenwhich
which had been pushed forward at the theextreme theextreme theextreme
extreme left of the line of defense defenseThe defenseThe derenseThe
The game became enlarged tonight tonightwhen tonlshtwhen tonightwhen
when it was announced that a theoreti theoretical
cal fleet of battleships and smaller war warcraft warCIllft warcraft
craft was as on its way wa to assist sist the in invading invading invading ¬
vading army of the Red by a series seriesof
of night attacks on the Boston harbor harbordefenses harbordefense harbordefenses
defenses The harbor forces torc s today re received recehetl recelved ¬
ceived reinforcements whert the trans transport transport traitsport ¬
port Sumner brought six companies of ofcoast ofCOtUt ofcoast
coast artillery from New York YorkThe YorkThe i iThe
The fleet will consist of transports transportstugs transportstugs I Itug
tugs and mine planters numbering numberingfourteen
fourteen in all and each designated designatedeither designatedeither designatedeither
either as a battleship cruiser or tor torpedo torpedo totpedo ¬
pedo boat This sea war game will bt btumpired I Iumpired blumpired >
umpired by Colonel Cronkite who Is In Ingeneral Ingeneral iiigeneraL
general charge of the naval ipaneuvers ipaneuversand rpan uers uersanel
and by b Major A M Hunter of Gov Governors GOYernors Governors ¬
ernors island New York YorkAMUSEMENTS Ymkc YmkAMUSEMENTS YorkAMUSEMENTS
c >
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSFARNUM
I
FARNUM IN CAMEO KIRBY KIRBYDustn KIRBYDustin KIRBYDusttu
Dustn Dustin Farnum whose every f ry perfor performanee srfnrmanee irformanes
manee in n this city clt is welcome brings brln bringsH K KII I IH
H new De play by authors of no less repute reputethan reputethan reputcthan
than Booth Tartttngton and Hurry Leon LmmWilson I LeonWilson flfi I Ij1won
Wilson j1won to the Halt 1t Lake theatre Thurs Thursday Thursday ¬
day da This new play pia called Cameo CameoKJrby CameoKirby CarusoKirby
Kirby after a picturesque Mississippi Mississippiriver Z1ial Mississtptriver 8l Ji
river gambler which is its central figur figurIs > I
Is a romance of Louisiana life of eighty eightyyearn el eightyyears hty htyVJII
yearn ago a Kirby KIrb a wholesome whole me virile virilocharacter virilecharacter wl1 wl1character
character played of course by Mr Ir Far Farnum Farflum ar arnum ¬
num finds himself hlna elf involved In difficulties difficultiesresulting difficultiesre8111t1n difficultiesresulting
resulting re8111t1n from an endeavor to uphold the thehonor thehonor thishonor
honor of his profession His motives motivesare I Iare
are misunderstood and he makes mortal mortalenemies mortalEnemies mortalenemies
enemies of people ho > ban striven to help
Among these th people are the Randall fam ¬ i
fly II with whom he is forced to take takerefuge takerefuge takerefuge
refuge after a duel in which he kills killsCo killsColonel
Colonel Co onel Moreau a disreputable gambler gamblerwho gamblerwh
who wh is responsible reltlJ0 8ible for the death of the th thebeau I
heal of the house > e of Randall Tbe diffi difficulties difficulties difficliltiss ¬
culties that confront him make huge de demands derntInd811pon demandsupoii ¬
mands rntInd811pon upon his ready wit and gamblers gamblersnerve gamblersnerve
nerve nerveNeedless nerveNeetlle8ll nerveNeedless
Needless to say ay everything every thinI ends HUB ¬
factorily from the audiences point t of ofview otview ofview
view The seat sale salecommences commences today tod y
C W YORK PROMOTED PROMOTEDCharles PROMOTEDCharles PROMOTEDCharles
Charles W YorK who has been mana manager mattagel manager ¬
ger of the Bungalow theatre here left leftyesterday leftyesterday leftyesterday
yesterday for Spokane Spo an < to assume the themanagement thfmanagement themanagement >
management of the Spokane theatre John
Corts house hou e in that city As the Spokane
theatre is one of the leading theatres of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the northwest Mr Yorks appointment
Is in the nature of a consideraole pro promotion promotion promotion ¬
motion Mr r York has as been In nharire of
the Bungalow since February last T
Cavallo who was assistant a l tant treasurer at
the Colonial theatre last season and later
treasurer has been made manager of the
Bungalow entering ente g upon his duUes at atonce atonce atonce
once Mr Cavallo has ha been In Salt Lake Lakesome Lakesome Lakesome
some time and in the ticket office of the
Colonial C lonlal has h done much to help along
the popularity of that house houseTake houseTake houseTake
Take big bigredcarslOamand red cars 10 am and 2 pm pmFrom pmFrom
From Second South and Main street for I
Point Lookout Through Emigration Emigrationcanyon Emigrationcanyon Emigrationcanyon
canyon canyonMEN canyonMEN canyonMEN
MEN SUFFER SUFFERON ON SALT SEA SEAContinued SEAContinued SEAContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Urns 1Urns 1Urns
Urns They were re merely wondering how howmuch bovmuch howmuch
much longer they could stay alive not
because there was any hope In life In tint tintmidst tltemidst themidst
midst of the great waste of salt water waterbut
but merely as a matter of curiosity
The hours began b all to roll on as slowly slowlyas
as ever Suddenly they saw a sight thatbrought that thatbrought thatbrought
brought back all of their abandoned hope
The steamer Vista with Its first morn mornings mornIngs mornings ¬
ings load of pleasure seekers was put putting putting putting ¬
ting out from the Snltair pier More It Itwas Itwas itwas
was making right in their direction They Theywaved
waved their hats and hoarsely cried for forhtlp
help An answering signal from the boat boatshowed boatshowed boatshowed
showed that they had been seen seenThe seenThe seenThe
The stranded men went wild with joy
But their joy jO was premature The wuterwas waterwas water waterwas
was too shallow for the Vista to venture
Into She turned around nr > und and hastened hastenedback
back to the shore and Dewey Davis the theIntrepid theIntrepid theintrepid
Intrepid skipper of the Cambria II the thetales thetales thetales
tales of whoso rescues would fill vol volumes volumes volumes ¬
umes was sent after the castaways Soon Soonaloft Soonaloft soonaloft
aloft on tho Cambria II was seen the
SYMPTOMS LOOK LOOKlIKf LOOKLIKEPOISONING
t lIKf LIKEPOISONING LIKEPOISONINGillness POISONING POISONINGIllness
Illness of Two Children Has HasProved HasProved HasProved
Proved Puzzling to Local LocalPhysicians LocalPhysicians LocalPhysicians
Physicians PhysiciansThe
The illness of the two little children of ofPreston ofPreston ofPreston
Preston P Palmer of 772 37 East Eleventh EleventhSouth EJevmthSouth Elev5nthSouth
South street is puzzling physicians The Thechildren Thechildren Thechildren
children were taken suddenly HI a few Jawavs fewdays fevlays
days avs ago Symptoms of poisoning were wereevident wereevident wereevident
evident but the cause or the nature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the poisoning has not been determined determinedShortly determinedShortly determinedShortly
Shortly before being taken ill the chil children chlldren chiidren ¬
dren had been drinking orange cider and andeating andEatlng andeating
eating candy Whether either the candy candyor
or the cider had anything to do with withthe withthe withthe
the illness has not been 1x > en determined determinedAnalyses determln9dAnalyses determinedAnaiyses
Analyses will be made in an effort to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn the source of the poisoning
The children were still seriously ill last lastevening lasteveJtlng lasteveaing
evening but it is believed both will re recover recover recover ¬
cover Dr Vv Yo M Thome who wh < r attended attendedthe ttendedthe
the children declined to discuss the case caselast caselast caselast
last evening evenI further than to say that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were evidences of some sort of poi poisoning poisoning polsonin ¬
soning sonin but he did not attempt to say SR SRwhat saywhat
what caused eaUiJtd it The children are Cecil CecilPreston C CecilPreston ClI ClIPreston
Preston seven years old and Howard HowardPreston HowardPreston HowardPreston
Preston three years bid bidPrelate oldCARllINA d dCARDINAL
CARDINAL GIBBONS LEAVES LEAVESPrelate FAVESPrelate
Prelate and Other Guests Have Warm WarmPraise WarmPraise WarmPraise
Praise for Salt Lake LakeLeft left Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬
terday for East EastJames EastJamCl EastJames
James Cardinal Gibbons archbishop of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore who honored Salt Lake by Ms Msattendance hIsattendance htsattendance
attendance at the dttitcation df lcatlon of St Marya Maryacathedral Marylicth Maryscathedral
cathedral cth < > dral on Sinday left at 710 10 oclok oclokyoeterday oclo octokyesterday k ky
yesterday y > f rcnoon on the Oregjn Short ShortLine ShorLLine ShortLine
Line train for the east Cardinal uiobons uiobonsand Ulobonsan1 iobonsand
and several other > prelates occupied the theprivate theprivate theprivate
private car Wildwood as tne guests guestsof
of Mr and Mrs E O McCormtcK Those Thosein
in the party will go directly TO their theirhomes theirhomea theirhomes
homes Cardinal Gibbons will h he at his hiacathedral hiscathedral hiscathedral
cathedral in Baltimore for next Sund Sundys Sundyseviaos v vs vsevIces s services
ervices ervicesPractically eviaosPracti evIcesPracticaily
Practi Practically ly all the Roman Cctth CdthI1o H t N Ncle81asm o ocleslasts eclesiasts
cleslasts who came to Salt Lake for the thededication thed thededication
dedication d lcation of the cathedral have left the thecity thelty thecity
city All the dignitaries of the church churchspoke churchspoke churchspoke
spoke feelingly of the beauty of the city cityand cityand cityand
and the kindliness of its people Cardinal CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons
Gibbons expressed a desire to return here herebut herebut herebut
but said he feared this would be his last lastvisit la8t1II1t lastvisit
visit as his labors keep him largely in inthe Inthe
the east
ruddy head and face of Its skipper and andwithin andwithin andwithin
within a few minutes he was beside the thereef thereet thereef
reef The condition of the little launch launchon
on which the four men had started out outwas outs outwas
was s by this time hopeless and it was wasabandoned wasabandoned wasabandoned
abandoned The four refugees were piled piledinto piledInto piledInto
into Deweys boat and in a twinkling they theywere theywere theywere
were on their way Dewey had a flask flaskof flaskor
of water which he dealt out sparingly
to the four he had rescued rescuedAt J 8CUedAt
At the Saltair beach they were given giventheir gientheir giventheir
their first meal in thirtysix hours After Afterthey Arterthey Afterthey
they reached Salt Lake they were quick quickly ¬
ly put to bed and sleep came quickly quicklNone
None of the boys was in a serious con condition condltion eonditlon ¬
dition last night and It is probable that thattoday thattoday thattoday
today they will wi l be telling their thrilling thrillingexperience j i iexperience
experience without feeling the worse for forIt forIt
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JACK JOHNSON PUGILIST PUGILISTHAS
HAS NO PLACE I TO SLEEP SPAt SLEfPI I
At 3 oclock this morning Jack Johnson Johnsonheavyweight Johnsonheavyweight i iheavweight
heavyweight champion of the world was wasat wasat i iat
at the police station begging the aid of ofthe otthe ofthe
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the police to secure him sleeping quarters quartersAll
All his fistic fame was of no avail when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he presented pre ented himsel fat the Orpheum ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel last night after having been feted by
Salt Lcke ke eotordom and haughtily askM askMfor ask1tfor ask1for
for the key to the rooms which had been beenengaged beel1engaged beenengaged
engaged for him In advance He was po politely poIItply politshy ¬
litely informed that the house did not ca cater eater cater ¬
ter to colored trade and was ordered from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the place placeAfter placeAfter placeAfter
After much argument and many man threats threatsthe threatsthe threatsthe
the big champion left the hotel and went wentto wentto
to the police station The police refused refusedto refu d dto
to take a hand In the matter matterFUNERAL matterFUNERAL matterFUNERAL
FUNERAL OF CHILD CHILDSpecial CHILDSpecial CHILDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlngham HeraldUepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Aug 16 16Funeral Funeral services servicesbe will wi1lbe willbe
be held today in the First ward meet meeting melling meeting ¬
ing house at 2 oclock over the remains remainsof
of Dorothy the threeyearold daughter daughterof
of Mr bo and Mrs Francis Sheffield Lit Little Little ¬ I
tle Dorothy died Saturday afternoon of ofwhooping ofwhooping otwhooping
whooping cough coughOur coughOur coughOur
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HOTELS AND RESORTS RESORTSSalt RESORTSlagoon RESORTSSalt
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BRIGHTON HOTEL HOTELSILVER HOTELSILVER N NSILVER
SILVER LAKE UTAH
Most Beautiful Spot in Utah
Now Onen nen en
Daily stage leaves Sugar House at 730 730n
n m arrives Brighton 1 p m Leaves
Brighton at 430 p m arrives Sugar
House 3 p m mThree mTbref mThree
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PMTMBI2VG PLUMUINGAND AND AKDI hEATING IIEATINOJ
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Bell Phone 2727 Ind 254 254Res 254Res 254lIes
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LIVER TROUBLE TROUBLECAUSE TROUBLECAUSE
CAUSE Of DEATH DEATHRichard
Richard A Watson Dies After Aftera
a Severe Illness of Six SixWeeks SixWeeks SixWeeks
Weeks WeeksRichard WeeksRichard WeeksRichard
Richard S Watson 90 years of age ageskilled ageskilled ageskilled
skilled machinist and blacksmith of this thiscity thisCIty thiscity
city died of cirrhosis of the liver at the
family residence 214 14 East Fifth South Southstreet S Southstreet uth uthstre
stre street t early yesterday morning He had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been seriously ill for six weeks prior to tohis tohis tohis
his death deathMr deathMr deathMr
Mr Watson came here from Minneap Minneapolis ¬
oIls about fourteen years ago a o to take takecharge taltecharge takecharge
charge of the corrugating and rolling rollingmachine roilingmachine rollingmachine
machine atthe at thoSJler Silver Brothers Iron foun foundry foundry foundry ¬
dry His services were always In great greatdemand greatdemand greatdemand
demand and his death has cast a feel feelIng feeling feellog
Ing of gloom among his fellow workmen workmenand
and friends generally I
He was a member of Mount Moriah Moriahlodge Morlahlodge oIorJablodge
lodge of Masons In good standing and andthe andthe andthe
the funeral will likely be held under the theauspices theauspices theauspices
auspices of that lodge lodgeA
A widow two sons and two daughters daughterschildren daughterschildren daughterschildren
children of a previous marriage survive survivehim sun1whim survivehim
him The sons are Howard and Samuel SamuelAVatson Samuelatson SamuelWatson
Watson atson and the daughters Mrs Charles CharlesLarson CharlesLarson CharlesLarson
Larson and Miss IIIS Millie Watson Wat on all liv living livIng living ¬
ing at Minneapolis MinneapolisThe
The funeral will 111 not be held until word wordis
is received from the sons and daughters daughtersIn
In the east eastTake eastTake eastTake
Take big red cars 10 am and 2 pm pmFrom pmFrom pmFrom
From Second South So th and Main streets for forPoint forPoint forPoint
Point Lookout Through Emigration Emigrationcanyon Emlsratloncanyon Emigrationcanyon
canyon canyonAdrian canyonAdrian
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UTAH IS WINNER WINNERAT
AT if SEATTLE sailSenator FAIR FAIRs FAIRSenator
Senator s nator Rudolph Kuchler Says SaysExposition SaysExposition SaysExposition
Exposition Is Well Worth WorthSeeing WorthSeeing WorthSeeing
Seeing SeeingSenator
Senator Rudolph Kuchler one of th thcommissioners the thacommissioners thecommIssioners
commissioners from Utah to the theYUkonPaclnQ Affs AffsYukonPacing M MYukonPacif1 > >
YukonPacing fair is in Salt Lake likeprlate oft oftprivate n nprivate
private business He has been hi Seattle Seattleon
on official and private business busln ever since sincetho Macethe DOe DOethe
the opening of the fair and will return returnto
to that city within a few days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The Seattle fair Is one of the best the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country has ever had said Senator SenatorKuchler SenatorKuchier r rKuchler
Kuchler and those who have not already alreadymade alreadymade
made the trip should not miss the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to do so The Utah exhibits alone aloneare aloneare aloneare
are well worth the Journey
From twenty to twentyfive thousand thousandpeople thoueandpeople thousandpeople
people visited the fair each day and a alarge alarge alarge
large percent of these visited the Utah Utahbuilding Utahbuilding Utahbuilding
building Everyone who has seen the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah exhibits has marveled at the re resources Nsources resources ¬
sources of the state as shown by the ex exhibits exhibits ¬
hibits I know personally of a number of ofeastern ofeastern ofeastern
eastern people who have been influenced influencedto
to return to the th east by way of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake because of the excellent showing showingmade showingmade
made by Utah at the fair fairWilliam fairWlIllam fairWilliam
William H Rowe the directorgeneral directorgeneralof
of the Utah exhibit is entirely responsi responsible ¬
ble for the excellent showing made by bythis
this state He arranged the exhibits and andhas andbas andhas
has given his personal attention to the thedirection thedlrctlon thedirection
direction of every minor detail of the thework thework thework
work No better man for the position of ofdirectorgeneral ordirectorgeneIllI ofdirectorgeneral
directorgeneral could possibly have been beenselected beenselected beenselected
selected selectedLeviathan selectedULevlathan selectedLeviathan
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FD J Serviceable and dark colors high neck n ck and a d long longsleeves 1on 1ijD 1ijDsleeves
Ij sleeves 6 to 14 years 125 and up upLawn upLawn upt
t Lawn Dresses Half Price PriceThe Priceat PricoLiD
LiD The balance of our white and light lawn dresses dressesat
at Half Prices PricesBoys PriceaBOYS
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Join J oiD our Sewing Machine Class f pay 2 down downand downand ij
4ci 11 and get one of these fine high grade machines maclimesa
100 a week until paid for III the meantime youmaY you youmay youJ
J may be using the machine Sold by others ot lers under undera
a different name at 50 50our our price 25 25adets 25Cadets 25Cadets
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You arc going to Seattle Saturday night nigktGarry nightI
f Carry your things in in a suit case casein in one of ofoura ofoursnew 4ft
tiij oura oursnew new line linebeautiesand beauties and at a special specialschoolboy specialIi i ischoolboy
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