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Utah Manufacturer Stirs Up In Interest Interest Interest ¬
terest in Highway Proposi Proposition Proposition Proposition ¬
L tion at Pdcatello PdcatelloTALKS P oatello oatelloTALKS catelLoTALKS
The T ri1 le M foment for a modern highway highwayfr aLgkwayfrirn ina inafrom
fr from < > m < ll nwtone > s > tone park through IIOdtben1i oiltbern oiltbernTualio odtbernIdaho
Idaho i aho < UK 1111 1 tah to the canyon of the thei tIMloraI thejlora
i > ilora < i > < King I oo8ted > through Idaho IdahoO
II iy O H Hi fwlftt vlett of i if Bait Hi t Lake ke according accordingi
L 1 > i i th < Im l < iHl < j Tribune TrIbi iie Mr 11 and Mrs MrsiUwltt Mrsi Mrskwl
iUwltt i Iwl T i met Mr and Mi M1s In K S Case of ofilt oftlt ofi
ilt i It I d lv 11 touring Idaho Ita ho in an auto autoaiij autohil
11 hil iI aiij d i uI the tIi lollownm Hicount of their theirVlliliMied theirrk theirw
work w rk J JMr VlliliMied i i in th IWdtrllo i paper paperlivvlU paperIr paperMr
Mr Mri Ir livvlU It wldt wb tt met a 1 number of auto autojn autoiwr
111 j jn i thi hi h i lity itv last evening and andrfli this thisif
111111 rfli < lIfITed if ired with County Commis CommisJ
11111 1IfF > J Harvey and with leading leadingin
i < int intuio I t i L in ii i tli tl t t > Voeatello Pi Good ood Roads ItoadTI aseo aseoMII IIO IIOtlOI
TI uio uiov His Hi mission to i to Impress upon uponof
I v i iit pi > of Bannock county the ne neoi neIsit neIt
Isit < it itin oi r wod ood roads He brought to toHarveys tomr1J tonuI
mr1J nuI I < l r Harveys attention th the fact factire factIil
I Iil I ire a number of bid spots on oni4 onl
1 I < < i4 l I Between Pocatello and the thelomity theII1id theiity
II1id in id idonl lomity 1IIlty line IIneand and pointed out paat paatJ hat hati
J r jaii i i m be made at only alight sll < < ht ex exii exiH elflse
iH flse ii I ia e place in particular r beyond beyondnion beyondtCUrlinJt beyondtCIuiflJI1
tCUrlinJt nion is almost Impassable and andi
onl onli I pi 1 i gone out to Salt Lake warning warningdutomobiliata warninglidl
i i lidl ili iliThe dutomobiliata not to attempt to tomake tomak tomake
make > the trip to Pocatello as only the theni thelOwelfuJ
4 ni t towerful cars can pull through The Theondlt Theendh Thepdt
ondlt pdt ion of the road betweea Pocatello Pocatelloifi
ifi I rd < t Ulackfoot I was also called to the theuntr thecommllontrs themrtr
< untr commissioners attention but ow owfr owT
fr T r to t j the fact that the bad ba stretches are aren
011 n thi reservation it will be up to the theal iheal theal
al Good Roads association to make the thei theHI thesry
i Binary sryFor HI repairs repairsFor rep trs trsFor
For Good Roads Association AssociationMr
iiii Mr r Hewlett suggests the organization organisationi
< i 1 th h earliest possible date of either a at aLI aor
t LI iic or a district Good Roads associa associaHI aseoctaThe Ia
HI 1 The state association latio in Utah has hash h honplished
i i or iplished wonderful things Eight Eightj1s
4 I Ms > f extreme importance hnporta flCO as affecting affectingI affectIngi < <
i I ood roads movement have been beeni
i i Is < 1 through thro the legislature of that thatMitr thatI thatLt
i Mitr I Lt u by the association a One of the bills billsiles blll8iJe8 billsFV
FV iles that poll taxes shall be paid in inh Inhlind invh
vh h hlind and the fund thus created expended expendeda
t a 1 scientific manner on the roads An Anotucr Anbill AnbIlL
otucr bill provided for uniform road mak maki makdandard
i i itandard wagon gauge standard standardires
tir ires ir < etc A similar organization orga llaation in this thisi thiscould thiscould
J i it could accomplish great things along alongine alongIi
hj Ii ine ani an local enthusiasts are con conthe conidfrlng eonh
r idfrlng the th plan of calling a meeting in ini inL
L i ear future to form an Idaho Good GoodiuM Goodil4
1 iuM 14 association associationA a iation iationmoement
A moement is on foot to secure from fromf
r1 f deral government a revocation of its itsf
Ie I f jrohlbiting JIOhl ltlng autos in the Yellowstone TeltowstontN YellowstoneNitlingi
N Nitlingi iti t if < nal1 park There is ever every reason to tolit toIi
h > lit Ii e that this can be accomplished in inevent Inlk int
> lk 1 event f < ent thousands of aiitolsts will willnikf 1mIIk williki
r nikf iki the trip each year Good roads will willMI
1 MI 1 iv fore be of vital Important > e and that thato thatmlrv thatlflry
o infry or district which first offers an ant
i tn t I highway b way will be fQrtunate in bring brmgthousands bringr
r thousands of people through the re reon
on 11 1 and bring about a magnificent ad adv adrtiaement
v 1 tiMeinent rtiaementTIe 1 11 tiMeinentTl iiieuentTIiLC
TIe Tl e Blactfoot Good GOOIIEOadS Roads association associationbrought aaoclationbrought
4 brought about some some important re ren reTllir
n Tllir irs to the road between Ross Ro Fork and andilrove andGIOe andGrove
Grove city and the Pocatello asso assotimn a8Otin assotkin
tin Is considering the best means ans of ofmulcting ofnlletlng ofnJletIng
mulcting the work at this tb end of ofj ofTo the theii
ii j
I To Fence Auto Road RoadItin RoadI Roadlin
Itin I n Dean one of the leading good goodi goodIds goodids
i < < Ids men in the Gate city believes it itvouid Itljld Itbe
vouid ljld be a good plan to secure from the thefilral thef
filral f I rail government permission to fence fenceIT
IT Ti auto road across the Fort Hall reser reservtinn re reserI er eri11
vtinn I i11 so as a tQ prevent wagons from go goi o oc
H i c n the road and ruining it in a short shortg
1 1 TUO g Along the sandy stretch between betweenT
T Fork and Black Blackfoot foot straw nan ba been beenl
l i d on the road and for a time the go goif goI rofag
I if lca as good for autos Heavily lIeav y loaded loadedi
1 i 4n < us began to use the repaired road roader
1 A < ver er and in a short time the ruts rutsiv
c iv 1 r t worn w m deep agpinby apin by narrow tires tiresi
i nvgular rregu gauges gaugesM
M 1 Hewlett is an enthusiast t on good goodilt
< ilt 11 lIe points put that civilization civilisationlit
lit jt on roads lie is firmly convinced convincedit convln convlnIdaho
t it I Idaho can arr accomplish fully as much muchi muchtblll
I i iij this line as Utah has accomplished accomplisheduni
uni liiH suggestion l5ugg > stlon that a state assocta assoctai
1 11 i MI 11 I be e formed in I a good one Mr Hew HewT
> T was president for two terms of the theM theT
M T < ii ifacturcrs association of Salt Lake Lakevtre Lakej
vtre v j re president of the Civic Improve Improveut
3 ut u league I of the Utah capital and for fortuo forr
tuo r I ream re n was president pr tddent of the Salt Lake Lakev LakeHlnobUe LakeininobI1e
v immobile club He owns one of the themist theTl1 therit
mist Tl1 beautiful homes In that city has a ainning anning
inning family and a d is an earnest work workci
ci 1 for upbuilding not only onl his hl home town towisthe i
7 it t the grout west which whi < h he loves ao sosq o
Oregon Short Line and Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltL
L Lake Ogden Reach Agree Agreement Agreement ¬
ment on Spurs SpursI
T I here will be no more railroad tracks tracksMI tracksThird
MI I Third West street near the Oregon Oregonhott Oregon10rt Oregonhoit
hott Line station In fact the Oregon Oregonrioit OrepnOt
rioit Ot Line company through D S Spen Speninformed 8peninformed pen penL
L informed the city at council commit commttmeetings commltf
f 0 meetings last night n t that one o of the theticl thetIdlll theI
ticl I eke for which It had been granted a af afanhl8e afanhte
f fanhl8e uvhlse would not be laid teavingonly teavingonlyt1
ir t1 t It tne < > ne track trackSuite trackole trackj1
Suite ole j1 ie time ago Simon Bamberger Bamber l of ofC
4 < gait Lake A Ogden Railroad com comf cornr4
f 11 > niy 1I1f asked the city for a franchise le to toc toIErd totcrd
c terd his track in Third West street streetrcro streeti I Ir
i rcro r < tOI rf s South Temple so that he could de deJmr deS deiser j jcr
S Jmr iser cr freight to warehouses and whole wholewe I ItSIt
we 55 e houses hor along Third West street streety I
y < u i of South Temple But last night nightMr nl nighttTr < < ht htTI
Mr TI Bamberger informed the committee comntltteetint
r t tint tt he would not press pre this request and andJ andIi
t J Ii i > i heck for 900 2O will be i returned this thisli thizlavtig
li lavtig < i ig been put up by b the railroad man mant mnb
t b > assure his good faith In the th > matter mattern
n agreement has been arrived at be bef bft
t f of < i the Short Line and Barnberger Barnbergerroad
road lad xvhereby the Short Line will handle handler
r rli 111 the freight business of the Bam BamliS HamtI Barnroad
liS tI road for the Third Went f > tit street streetlu streetI
lu 11 ver tr its own tracks The transfer transferv
I v ill II made ma at Ninth North street and andi
< > i t lAne engineti will take the the1 theerthetracknuwinplacetolts
1 it t er erthetracknuwinplacetolts erthetracknuwinplacetoltst4t the track now in pla place < < 8 to Its Itsst ItlII
t4t < st II 100 on It was U believed that a track trackT trckTII
1 T TII > ni fl iivin 111 I front of the new newShort Short LInt Lmewoujd LIntll
I ll > woujd seriopsly 8Itrlop l Interrupt the pas pasp panriil
p riil > n 111 f bnt InIIIM eas 5 of this road and would be bef beVri
f f Vri i icon lcontnfuct lcontnfuctonll venknee venkneeA
A ordtng onll to the latent arrangement arrangementi a ment
I i iii ii Jtr rt Line will handle t the Ban Bantuti Bamber BamberRio
I Rio ffl Grande and other business b over overspur Otrtrack overII
II fl spur iur track which runs almost to toouth tot
t I i oath end of the Short Line passenger passengerToocic passejigertat r rtt
Tooele Excursion Sunday Sundaysi
T si uid trip for visit to the new newcr newctllcUr newtcr
ctllcUr tcr cr town townFOR townFOR townFOR
Take e the big bl red car from 2nd South Southand Southnd Southaiid
and nd Main streets at 1 10 a IB and sadI 2 n nm Po PonJ
I 7 m for f VI r a delightful ride through Bml BmlCanyon DmlI m mratui4
I > ratluh Canyon CanyonH H7Oft H7Oft1ltuIiI
H 1ltuIiI mill i I t points p lnts signs also houses housesUot hou8llllot houa1Oti
lot i lnm
Pharaohs Glen GlenB
T J ptrlr PirirwH > yR B Canyon open for campers campersiid
J 5ut lid t itnr = Telephone Dr J Mllleron Mllleronor
or Hi 22A A at 818 I a m Charles H HMinager HI1rr Htarr1i
I1rr tarr1i Jn Manager Minagerar
Ia ar arSt a r J iI oiai oiaio 013c F ktSt ktStt ktStAdrian t II IIAdrl
o t
Adrl Adrian B Pembroke Stock Broker Broker2nd BrokerS4
St W 2nd nd So Phones 758 758p
p J
About One Hundred Members Membersof
of the Worcester Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade Here HereENJOY HereENJOY HereENJOY
Nearly one hundred bun red member ot the theboard tbeboard theboard
board of trade of Worcester aiajw 11 ac accompanied accompanied ftccompoRted ¬
companied by b their wives and daughters daughterspaid daughterspaid daughterspaid
paid a hurried visit to Salt Lake yes yesterday yesteiday es estemay ¬
terday afternoon on their return trip tripacross tripaC1Ol5ll tripacross
across the continent following a visit visitto
to the Seattle fair They arrived in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake from Portland at 2 oclock yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terd ¬
day d afternoon and left Salt Lake at 710 710oclock 11oclock TlOoclock
oclock last evening < < for Colorado Springs SpringsThe
The train on which the Worcester orceste busi business buslnea business ¬
ness men arrived was as six hours late latethat so sothat sothat
that their entertainment in Salt Lake Lakewas Lakewa Lakewas
was of necessity purely informal The Theprincipal Theprincipal Theprincipal
principal amusement in Salt Lake was wasa waa
a trip to Saltair and a bath at the beach beachThe beechThe benchThe
The Worcester Wor ter people were charmed charmedwith channedwith charmedwith
with Great Salt lake and their enthusi enthusiastic enthuslItstlc enthualsatic ¬
astic delight with the bathing was evi evidenced evidenced evIdeaced ¬
denced in continued shouts of joy jo It Itwas Itwas itwas
was with difficulty that they were ere in induced Induced Induced ¬
duced to come out of the water In time timeto
to catch their train for the east All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the way in from the lake they talked talkedof
of nothing but their delightful visit vi tt to tothe totbe tothe
the lake lakeWith lakeIth lakeWIth
With Ith the Worcester Worce ter party Is a glee club clubof clubof clubof
of thirtyfour Voices While in Salt Lake Lakethe Lakethe Lakethe
the glee lee club sang almost constantly constantlyWhite constantlyWhlJe constantlyWhile
White at the lake informal concerts every everyfive everyfive everyfive
five minute were the rule The glee gieeclub gleeclub gleeclub
club aa well as all of the rest of the theparty theparty theparty
party made a decided hit In Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and when the board of trade left last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening It waa with the feeling that they theyhad tMyhad theyhad
had made wann friends of the Salt Lake Lakepeople Lakepeople Lakepeople
people peopleAt
At the lake the party was in charge of ofW ofW ofW
W J Halloran president p sldent of the Salt SaltLake SltLake SaltLake
Lake Commercial 1 club Frank B Tern Terrlberry TelTlberry Ternberry
berry assistant stnt secretary of the Com Commercial COlDmerclal Cornmercial ¬
mercial club A J 1 Davis president pre l ent of ofthe oftile ofthe
the city council George W Goddard and amiD
D Q Bolton of the entertainment com committee committee cornmitten ¬
mittee of the Commercial club clubProgram clubProgram clubProgram
Program Is Missed MissedHad MissedHad MissedHad
Had the train carrying the people from fromWorcester fromTorce fromWorcester
Worcester Torce ter reached Salt Lake at 8 oclock oclockyesterday oclockyeaterday oclockyesterday
yesterday forenoon as originally ached scheduled sc acheduled ed eduled ¬
uled a more elaborate program of en entertainment entertainment entertalnment ¬
tertainment including an automobile ride rideebout ridebout rIdeabout
bout the city a concert at the Taber Tabernable TaberlIable Tabertiable
lIable and a program of toasts at the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club luncheon would have havebeen mnebeen havebeen
been given As It was there was all only onlytime onlytitne onlytime
time for the Saltair trip tripKdward tripEdward tripEdward
Edward F Fletcher former mayor of ofWorcester ofWOfCster ofWorcester
Worcester said as he boarded the train trainfor trainfor trainfor
for the east last evening eveningThroughout evenblTh eveningThroughout
Throughout Th hout the trip across acro s the coun country country country ¬
try and back again every member of the theparty thel8rty theparty
party has been waiting to see Salt Lake LakeThey LakcTbey I IThey
They have been told everywhere that thatSalt tbatSalt thatSalt
Salt Lake would be the prettiest and best bestplace bestplace bestplace
place they would visit They have been beentold beentold beentold
told that in Salt Lake there tb re exists a abrand abrand abrand
brand of hospitality not to be found any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where else el e in the world When rhen I tell you youthat youthat 00 00that
that in leaving Salt Lake the people of ofWorcester oforce ofWoroester
Worcester orce ter feel that in spite of what th they theywere thywere y ywere
were taught to expect their expectations expectationswere
were exceeded you may kllO know the im impression 110pro Impresslon ¬
pression pro > Blltol1 that the people from Worcester Worcesterare OIC > ster sterare I Iare
are taking with them from Salt Lake LakeOur LakeOur LakeJOur
Our mission in traveling across the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country and back again is one of educa education education education ¬
tion AVe e of Worcester OICe ter want to know knowsomething knofrscmethln knowscmethlng
something < < of this great west from which whichour hlch I Iour
our great business Is to come hi the fu future future fittune ¬
ture We of Woicester Wot oll center ter want you of the thewest theweat thewest
west to known something < < of Worcester Worcesterthe olCestertbe
the ideal center nter of industry Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon
Cannon of the house hou e of representatives representativestold
told me that junkets of business men mensuch menHUcl1 mensuch
such as we are taking today toda dfcl mow mowto moeto moeeto
to solve the great problems of the coun country COURtl coustry ¬
try tl than any other thing The TJ tariff tariffquestion tariffQuestion tarifftuentlon
question ia one difficult to understand understandand
and to learn the effect of the different differenttariff differenttariff dtfftrenttariff
tariff schedules one must travel through throughout ¬
out the land and study stud the needs and andthe arlllthe awlthe
the resources of any section Then too toothe toothe toothe
the acquaintance with Ith the representative representativemen repre ntatlve ntatlvemen
men of the industrial Indu trial centers cent of the coun country country country ¬
try Is invaluable invaluableButtons InvaluableButtons invaluableButtons
Buttons Distributed DistributedThe
The Ma Massachusetts people peo distributed distributedblue
blue buttons bearing ring the white map of ofMassachusetts efJoIauachullEUs ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts with Worcester designated designatedon
on the map 1 aip by a red heart The buttoas buttoasbear buttoethe butto buttohear
bear the In inscription rlpUon Worcest deal 10aJIndustrial dealIndu dea1industrial
Industrial Indu trlal City CityThe CItyThe CityThe
The Worcester f legation legatJ n met at atthe atthe atthe
the Oregon Short Line depot Fester ajr ajrafternoon syafternoon Y YUernoon
afternoon at oclock by A J Davis W WJ WJ V VJ
J Halloran Fisher S Harris and C S SUurton SHurton SBurton
Burton W A Leibteln Lester D Freed FreedGeorge PreeflGeorge FreedGeorge
George W T Goddard Ov danl C C Daly and D DG DH DI
G I Bolton of the Commercial club en entertainment eni entertainment ¬
i tertainment committee committeeThe
The party art was hurried to the Commer Commercial ¬
clal club where luncheon was U served 1mr 1mrrltdl iiur iiurrledly hurriedly
rledly rltdl in order that the party might have havetime havetime une unetimt
time to make the trip 19 t Saltair on the thei thetrain
111 i train In the party are
Hon Edward F J Fletcher F1 tcher chairman chairmantransportation chairmantmllsportation chairmantaIIsportatIon
transportation committee D W Yo Fletch Fletcher ¬
er Raymond Fletcher < Hon T Lewis Els Elsworth Elsworth Binworth
worth Mr and Mrs F S Blanchard BlanchardMiss BlanehardIltis
Miss H Blanchard Bo Boston ton Lewis H HBuckley HBucklt HBuckley
Buckley Bucklt John W V Mawbey Mr Ir and an Mrs MrsHenry MrsMenr lrs lrslIenr
Henry Brannon A 4 C Munroe Mrs Irs J JM JM JM
M Winans Duane D Williams Miss MissBesfie MissBessie MIBBBesde
Bessie Williams llIIam Casper Brown Thomas ThomasPrice ThomasPrice ThomasPrice
Price J II Bennett James Athy Dr DrGeorge DrGfQIge DrGeorge
George Reid Dr A K Yoosuf E W WDurgin WDurgin v vDurgin
Durgin George C Gilmore W S Ab Abbott AbboU Abbott ¬
bott F A Sternberg Louts A Israel IsraelHenry IsraelHenry Israelhenry
Henry Contois Mr Ir and Mrs Thomas ThomasMacDuff ThomasMacDuff
MacDuff Mr and Mrs Irs C A Grosvenor GrosvenorMiss I
Miss C Mathews F It Smith Miss O OWhite Ohlte 0White
White hlte Mteb MI C J Potter J 1 F Banning
C L I Bancroft C W V Bent W I Brown BrownH
H J Mass V E Hitchcock A J Hack Hackett Hackett Hackett
ett II A Kimball L C Mldgetey J T TRussell TRuuell TRussell
Russell W B Smith Dr G A Sleeper SleeperV
W V S Knowles W It Bliss C It ItForbed RFortMw itForbes
Forbes Paul MostMiian II T J Greany
John L Sewall wall secretary Worcester WorcesterBoard WorcesterBoard orce8ter orce8terBoard
Board of Trade John E Goggin rail railroad railroad raIlroad ¬
road representative J H Smith Mr Ir and andMrs and111I andMrs
Mrs 111I A It Jones Danbury Conn J JTatro JTatro JTatro
Tatro Millbury lIl1bul Mass John B Hamel HamelEerits HamelBerits UnmetIerlts
Eerits 11 Adams James F Powers Wor Worcester Worcenter 01 01l ¬
center l 8ter Gasette Stuart Winch Inch Templeton TempletonMas
Mass W L Whittaker lUaker Weatboro WeatboroMass WeetboroMass VtboroMa88
Mass John Jandron T J 1 Counlhnn L LK LE LE
E Dickinson Whitlngsville Miss Mr Mrand Mrand 11 11and
and Mrs I To Dickeneon WliltlngsvilV WliltlngsvilVMaw
Maw I L S Walker AVest eat Boyslton BoysltonMam DosltonIIaa BoyaltonMass
Mass A R Bicknell A It Holt Miss MiasMartha MissMartha 1I1S1JXartha
Martha Westman Boston Bo ton Mrs lrs Minerva MinervaA llneITABalle
A Bailey Barre Mass Miss F Scott1s8 ScottMiss Scott ScottMiss
Miss 1s8 M Scott Mn 1r George Beane Mrs MrsC
C H Darling Miss jr 1 B Fltz l < tz Mrs 111I E EJ EJ BJ
J Humphrey Mrs C A Hall Miss M f L LTeylor I ITeylor ITrylor
Teylor Mrs A J Clough William lUam Sew Sewall Sewall Sewall
all G U I Anderson O H Bailey Balle F I A ABancroft ABancroft ABancroft
Bancroft W V K 1 Cashen H E Contois ContoisA
A J Harpin R G Jeffrey K < C Lach Lachraund LachmUnd Lachinund
raund H C Robinson Rol1ln on W M 1 Rogers RogersE
E A Santon B B Snow W 1 W Mars Marsden Marsden fan fanmn
den H R Pearsons J > ear ons Will 11I Gray GrA J E EOakes EOakea BOaken
Oakes H W V Cowee CoweeLOCAL Co CoLOCAL CoweeLOCAL < <
The trial of A H Binell charged with withhaving withhaving 1tlhaving
having assaulted R G Hunt a collector collectorof
of the Ltah Gas Coke company in inBlrrells IIIBlrrells inBirrells
Blrrells orfito some < time ago resulted resultedin
in a verdict vo > nllrt of not nll guilty Kullt for the defen defendant defentant ¬
1 dant ant Thur Thurl1ld Thursday da > > y morring Mr Blrrell wa wacharged W8hair wascharged
charged < hair ed with luning lit ing struck Hunt during duringa
a dispute over a gas bill The evidence evidenceshowed eldellCIIh ec1derutshoed
showed IIh ed that Hunt had struck the first fir firblow
blow and Mr 11 Birrell wis acquitted acquittedJUVENliE a aquittedJUVENILECOURT > quittedJUVENILE
The appointment of judge of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake juvenile court may be made today todayer I
or Saturday by the juvenile court com commisdion commlSdlun cornmIssion
mIssion whkh has held several meetings meetingslately meetingslately
lately to disnss dl < ulIR the matter The resigna resignation ¬ I
tion of Judge K G Gowans was handed handedVo
Vo 0 Governor overnnr Spry yesterday > to take takeKSit e eAu < erISit
KSit AUR Au > the th day < Ja > before Judge Gow Gowan
an lieioiius h IIS slIlf vuprint > rlntn n < flIt of the stat statoindustrial statindtrlal stateiiIiItriah
industrial cli cI 11 Of > ol t at a Ojjdei Ojjdeii glen glenI
I i nvlnni I VU InloJ tHIl S Sir Pr > r Ifaf If I an Sunday > for to to1th rctlt St StHtlt
Htlt tlt ti t i H jr i > r vnt 1J1 f fi > r T Ttah tuh di d dy tiU tiUiM T1dI
> iM i Inclgf ldghip to be htI announ announj announjt u ui
I I i i t as 3 in h will not return returnuntil
until near tVe te first of September
I IPlans
Plans for Extensions to Cost
90000 Are Approved d by byCouncil byCounoil byCouncil
Council Committee CommitteeEXHAUSTS CommitteeEXHAUSTS CommitteeEXHAUSTS
Residents of < f the Fourth municipal municipalward municipalward munIcipalward
ward taking in all of that territory be between between between ¬
tween South Temple and Thirteenth Thirteenthavenue Thirteenthavenue ThIrteenthavenue
avenue and running to the city cit limits limitson
on the east will m have one of the most mostcomplete mostcomplete mostcomplete
complete water systems In Salt Lake LakeIt
It the city council adopts the proposed proposedplan proPOledplan proposedplan
plan of water main extension drawn up upby upby upby
by the city engineers englne rs office and ap approved approed approved ¬
proved by the waterworks committee committeeat
at committee meetings of the council councillast councill8t councillast
last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The proposed propo ed extensions will coat ap approximately approximately approximately ¬
proximately 90000 and an will practically practicallyexhaust practicallyexhaust practicallyexhaust
exhaust the 1061X10 allowance for the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth ward from the 160000 bond issue issuepassed issuepassed Issuepassed
passed July 29 1908 1908In 198In 1908In
In the proposed propo ed scheme of serving the theresidents theresidents theresidents
residents on the bench with water water7946L76
7948876 feet of water mains will be belaid belaid belaid
laid consisting of six eight ten and andtwelveInch andtwelveinch andtwelveinch
twelveInch pipe pi More than half of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the entire length will be of sixInch sixInchpipe sixinchpipe sixinchpipe
pipe A tenInch main will be laid laidthrough laidthrough laidthrough
through the city cemetery and down downUniversity downUniversity downUnIveslty
University street to furnish water to toNewhbuse toNewhouse toNewhouse
Newhouse park and at the same time timeserve timeserve timeserve
serve as a reture pressure pipe for the theentire theentire theentire
entire Fourth ward system The plan planfor planfor planfor
for furnishing mains for this district districtwas districtwas districtwas
was outlined years ago by Frank Hines Minesand Hinesand Hinesand
and L C Keteey KelBe the present city en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer but have been enlarged upon uponand uponand uponand
and altered somewhat by b George Cha Chaney Chane ChanoN
noN ne assistant to City Engineer Kelsey Kelseyto
to accommodate the presentday needs needsof
of the residents on the bench As re regards regards ¬
gards g rds pressure p re the new mains will willconstitute willconstitute willconstitute
constitute the third and fourth diR diRtricte d18tlict dieSixInch
SixInch Mains MainsOn
On all of the th lettered streets sixInch sixInchmains sIxInchmains
mains will be run connecting with the thelarger thelarger tilelarger
larger pipes at the north and south southborders fOuthborders southborders
borders of the district thus affordinga affording
a continuous flow of water through the thepipes thepipes thepipes
pipes and greatly increasing the efll efllclency e elilciency l lclenc
clency clenc of the service serviceA
A score or more requests for water watermain watermaIn vatetmain
main extensions were ere considered by the thewaterworks thtwaterworks thewaterworks
waterworks committee and referred to toSuperintendent toSuperintendent toSuperIntendent
Superintendent Tom Hobday for an es estimate HUmate entlrnate ¬
timate of the revenue to be derived by bythe byUle bythe
the city from the expenditure expen iture and an to tobe tobe tobe
be reported back at a later date In the theaggregate theaggregate theaggregate
aggregate the extensions exten on asked for forwould forwould forwould
would be about ten miles milesThe mlleThe milesThe
The committee on streets took favor favorably favorabl favorably ¬
ably abl to the plan of LeGrand Young Youn to totry totry totry
try out his ilmerock for macadamttreets macadamstreets macadam macadamstreets
streets and instructed the supervisor supervisorof
of streets at the meeting last night to toselect toselect toselect
select a place where the test can be bemade 00made bemade
made A report of the testing plant at atWashington atH atWashington
Washington H hlnton D C was 88 submitted with withthe withthe withthe
the offer of Air Ir Young showing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the rock is of good quality for maca macadam macadam macadam ¬
dam roads roadsThe roadsThe roadsThe
The appointment of J L Stewart as aaa asa asa
a fireman was as confinned con finned by b the lire and andpolice andpolice andpolice
police committee committeeThe
The sanitary committee will make J ttle an aneffort anerrort aneffort
effort to have ha e the name veterinary veterinarysurgeon veterlnaysurgeon veterinarysurgeon
surgeon changed to meat inspector inspectorin
in the present ordinance for th the pur purposo purlOS purpos
lOS of getting geting meat inspectors lSctors for the theseveral theseveral
several severl slaughter houses houss In and near nearSalt ner nerSal nearSalt
I Salt Sal Lake LakePlans L LikeVJIZARD ke keI keiWIZARD
Plans Already Aleady Under Way for forthe forthe forthe
the Great Carnival to Be BeHeld BeHeld BeHeld
Held Next Year YearJubilant YearJubiant YearJubiiant
Jubilant Jubiant over the wonderful success succel successthe of ofthe
the entertainment entertainmnt of the Wizard Iztrt of the theWasatch theWanatch
Wasatch on the th occasion occasin of his recent recentvtolt rnt rntllt recentvisIt
visIt llt to Salt Sal Lake Lkt the Wards ards of the Win AViard Winard
ard an met at the th Commercial Commerial club cub last t night nightand nightan nIghtand
and an discussed diuS still Bti greater gater plans plns for his hisreception hl8relUon hisreception
reception relUon next year The meeting metng was wascalled woscled wascalled
called cled primarily to hear the report of the thefinance theflnan thefInance
finance pmariy committee commlte and to order bills l for forthe forthe forthe
the first frt reception repton i loW > aUl This Thlj business businesswas
was attended attend to after which whih the as assembled assembled ¬
sembled wards discussed plans for the
future futureIt futureI
It I has been bn practically praetcaU settled setl that Uat the theentertainment theentertinmnt theentertainment
entertainment entertinmnt next nxt year yer will wi consist of a athree athe athree
three days carnival in honor honr of the visit visitof visitof t tof
of the thmgreat Wizard Wizr izard This Tis reception reepUon will willbe wil wiltbe
be trKat siren glon on an an elaborate elabrate scale with wth the theexpectation theexpetaton theexpectation
expectation expetaton that It will eclipse el all car11als carhivals car carhlvals
hlvals ever held in Salt Slt Lake LakeA
11als A feature fature of the carnival crnhal next year yer will willbe wi willbe
be a grand band Industrial pageant pgent in which whichSalt whichSalt whichSalt
Salt Lake La and other otr cities citi and towns town of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state Itte will wi participate prtcpte The To object objet will willbe wi willbe
be b to show the great grat advancement advancment made madein md
in agriculture agriculure manufacturing manuracturng and aul mining miningIn
In the state due to the watchful and di directing 11 11rfctng dlrecting ¬
recting rfctng care of the great gft Wizard Vizr who wholooks wholok wholooks
looks lok down from frm his cavern abode and amiapproves an andapproves
approves the works of men menMany menlany menMany
Many applications applcatons for membership mmbrship in inthe Inth inthe
the th organization organizton of the Wards ards of the Wa Waaatch Wasatch a aBtrh
aatch Btrh have been bn received rcived but it was de deckled decid dockled ¬
ckled cid at the meeting metng last lat night that no nonew nonew nonew
new members membn would be b admitted admited until untilthe unU untilthe
the secret sret ritual riul had been ben devised devil and andapproved andapprved andapproved
approved The ritual committee ommlte is now nowat nowat nowat
at work and an will 11 report rprt at a meeting meetng to tobe tob tobe
be held soon n Hereafter lerelCe any who Join Jointhe Jointht jointhe
the b organization will be Initiated as In Inother Inother
tht orgnizton wi 0 Initate
other secret societies societiesOur societiesOur etll etllOur
Our carpet cleaning ceanInS is s guaranteed guaranteedNational garanteed guaranteedat1ona1
National Natonal Home Cleaning Clening Co CoLeviathan CoLeviathan CoLeviathan
Leviathan Meals City Prices PricesAsk PricesAsk PricesAsk
Ask for anything The beet bCt of cui cuisine cuisine cutsine ¬
sine Quick service serviceCounty servie servieBRIGE servIceI
County Compromises With WiI Suvety SuvetyCompany SUiCt SuctyCompany
Company for Damages at the theAgreed theAgeed theAgreed
Agreed Ageed Figure FigureAfter FigureAfter FigureAfter
After having been > l in the courts curts for two twoyears twoyears
years yeaf the suit ul of Salt Slt Lake Lke county countyagainst countyaginst countyagainst
against aginst Fred Frf G f Palmer Plmtr and an the American AmericanSurety AmericanSuret AmerlcaflSurety
Surety Suret company compy ofNew York was brought broughtto brught brughtto
to a close clO before bfor judge M 1 L Ritchie Rlekle In Inthe Inthe Intli
the tli Third rllr district dhtrlet court crt yesterday on mo motion motin motion ¬
tion tin of County Attorney Atorney Job Lyon The Thesuit
suit w was as terminated t rmnatd on the payment pyment by bythe b bthe bythe
the American Americn Surety Surty company compny of nJ3976 nJ3976to n7 123976to
to the county countySuit countSui countySuit
Suit Sui was filed fled by the county on 01 July 31 31li7
1907 as a result rul of Palmers failure faiure to torininh tofnish tofinish
finish fnish the steel sleL steetand and concrete conrete bridge bri lge over overthe overthe overthe
the Jordan river at Fourtenth Fourteenth South Southstreet Southstrt Southstreet
street strt which had been bn awarded to him by bythe bythe bythe
the county tount commissioners omml loner awardf for 4909 t Pal Palmer Palmer Pamar ¬
mer built bui a I temporary tepry bridge and 801 then thenstarted thet thetstarted theistarted
started work on the large structure but butstopped butstopped butstopped
stopped work on Dec De S S 1908 JO 1OO and did not notdo notdo notdo
do any more mor work He said sid tile tte commis commissioners commlslonen commisslonere ¬
sioners did not deliver Itlver materials materlulf on time timeas UrI UrIas
as a agreed upon but It was found that the tliecontractor thecontractor
contractor abe had sustained sustine a broken leg legwhile legwhite I
while whie at work workThe workThe i
The commissioners > rs w were re forced to com complete COI cornplete ¬
plete the bridge brid at a t rost of nearly Drly JX600 JX600ami 2 5OQ 5OQand
and sued u P PAlmpr lm < r on his hi bond of 13304 13304with 5 I Iwith
with the thl th American Amian Surety futft company as asRiiretx assurety
surety Th suit it ha has dragged through thr u 11 the theurts thl theurts
i < urts < > for two yEars ears p > I d isnow la i OW onded ondedthrough Oncletithrough
through thrugh the tte payment p ment by the surety sur ty com company company cornpany ¬
pany of half haf of the amount sued for or I
m 9 < w wINSPECTED
County Commissioners Look LookOver LookOver LookOver
Over Damage Wrought by byCloudbursts byCloudbursts byClOudbursts
Cloudbursts in Canyon CatiyonCOSTLY CanyonCOSTLY CatyonS CatyonCOSTLY
Thousands Tnda of dollars dollr will wl have hve to t be beexpended b beexpended
expended expd by the th county within wtin the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few weeks in 11 repairing the canyon roads roadswhich roadswhich
wek rpring t cnyn r8 r8wih
which wih have hve been destroyed detroye in w me > m places placesby plac
b by the cloudbursts coudbn of the last laa few days daysAt daysAt daysAt I
At Bingham Binghm the county cuny will wl have hav to tospend tospnd tospend
spend spnd approximately mtely 33000 3000 0 and the town townof townof townof
of Bngam Bingham apro will have to pay pyout out a like likeamount Ikt likeamount I Iamount
amount before bfor the roads rQa up the canyon cnyon cnyonI canyonare I Iare
are I again in serviceable srvceabie condition conditionCounty conditon conditionCounty
County Commissioners Commloners John C Mackey Mackeyand lackeyand I
and Walter Waler J Burton and Road Super Supervisor Supr Suprvr Supervisor ¬
vr visor Willard Viard Snow Snw were in Bingham all allday al allday I
day yesterday yeterda inspecting inptng the damage done doneby doneby doneby
by the cloudburst cloudbust Mr Mackey lacke said last lastnight lastnight
night the damage was not so s serious as ashe ashe ashe I
he had ha been bn told but that it was cer certainly certainly certainly ¬
tainly bad bd enough The county officials officialswent offcials offcialswent officialswent
went to Bingham Binghm by train and then drove drovenearly drovenearly
nearly to the th head of the canyon cnyou in a alight alght alight I
light lght bugg buggy with wth Lafayette Lfayete Chidester Chidesterroad Chleter Chleterrod Chidesterroad
road rod supervisor sperv of Bingham It I ia im impossible impossIble ¬ 1
possible plble to take takp loads lods over the road as asIt j
it I is completely washed wahed out In some someplaces someplacs someplaces
places placs Wagons onl5 and some som shacks went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down in I the th rush of waters water and several severalhoraes severalho severalhorses
horses ho were drown drow l and an carried cr off offdown of of f fdown
down the canyon cnyon The commissioners cml loner re returned reture returned ¬
turned ture to Salt Sal Lake Lke last night nht on the theevening theevenln theevening
evening evenln train trainRoads trainRods trainBowls
Roads Rods have been bn washed out in Little LittleCottonwood Lite LiteCottoRo LittleCottonwood
Cottonwood CottoRo canyon aloe al and traffic tfc is isnearly isnerly lanearly
nearly nerly impossible irp8Jble up tae canyon There Ther
has been bn considerable cnBErable damage damag to county countyroads cunty cuntyrods countyroads
roads rods in Big Bg Cottonwood Cotonwo and Emigration Emigrationcanyons Emigrton Emigrtoncanyons Emigrationcanyons
canyons though it has ha been bn light con conpared conpred cent <
pared pred to Bingham canyon and Little Ltte Cot Cottonwood Cottonwo Cottonwood ¬
tonwood tonwo A large larg force of men will wi be beput beput beput
put at work at once on the county roads roadswith roadswith
with wih the hope hop of getting gettng them Into rd pass passable p8 passable ¬
able condition within wihin a week or two tw at atthe atthe atthe
the outside otide though the continued contnued rains
destroy much of the work as s soon 1 r as asthe
the repairs have bn been made madeBuckeye madeOHI madeOHIOSOCIETY
Buckeye State Organization to toJoin toJoin toS
S Join in Reception Planned Plannedby
by Yale Alumni AlumniPlans
Plans for the part par the Utah Ohio so society 1 soclety ¬
ciety cty will wil take in the reception retpton of Presi President Prei Preidnt President ¬
dent dnt William lam II Taft Taf on the occasion occalon of ofhis oChis ofhis
his visit to Salt Lake Lke in September Sptembr were weredecided werede weredecided
decided de on bv b the society Blety at a meeting metn metnheld
held in the Commercial club last night nightThe nightThi nightThe
The Ohio Oho society Jity will wi Join jn with wth the th Yale Yalegraduates Yaleguate8 Yalegraduates
graduates guate8 in in the city in tendering tendring to toPresident toPldent toPresident
President Pldent Taft a reception rtin at t the Univer University Unherslty Universlty ¬
slty club from 490 43 oclock oco until unti I oclock oclockon oclok oclokon
on the afternoon afterno of Tuesday Tuesay Sept Spt 31 31The 21The 1 1Te
The Te society Slety is bending bndln < < every enl effort efort to toward toward ¬
ward war making rkln the th reception rton to the nations nationschief nationschif nationschief
chief chif executive a rousing success Admis Admission Admisn Admisthen ¬
exeutve roul jacc
then n to the reception rpUon will wi be b by member membership membership membership ¬
ship card cr and this will wi be b gotten gten up in inas Ina8 inas
as attractive attrcho style Ityle as possible possibleDetails plbe plbeDtls possibleDetails
Details Dtls of the afternoon entertainment entertainmentwere entelnmet entelnmetwere
were referred refer to the tir executive committee committeeof commit
of the society alet of which Mr n C E Allen Allenis Alen AlenIs
is chairman chalnan This com committee itp will 11 round roundout roundout
out the details detls at the earliest earlll possible possibletime pble pbletm possibletime
time tm and u will wil then report rpon at a meeting metlg of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the society societyAt Ity ItyAt
I At the th meeting metm last night it i wax w also alsodeckled alsodecided
deckled de UK 1 enfertain enerin the Onto Qh Choral Chol so sopiety 80lty soI
I piety lty on its I visit to Salt Sal Lake ke Sept Spt SeptThin 7 7Thi
1 Thin Thi organisation of singers slnlf will 1 give a ain aocerf auncerr
ocerf qnnlton in the First Methodist etholt church clmnh ge on ontin onI onIi
tin I Ii evening evenin of Sept Spt 7 and th tw the detailed detailedplans detailedplans
planl plans for it It Its entertainment will wi depend dependIn d
In great grat measure on the time tme of arrival arval in inSalt il InSalt
Salt Sl Lake Should Shoul the singers 8 rs get here hereon
I on > n the thE night of Sept pt 6 it is very likely likelythat lkely lkelythat likelythat
I that that tIle ti reception ro > eepton will wi be b tendered tendrd them themon trem tremI
on tl evening
State Chemist Has Samples Which WhichAre WhiohAre WhichAre
Are Believed Beleved Product ProductA Poduct to Be Cottonseed CottonseedProduct Cotonseed CotonseedPoduct CottonseedProduct
A number of samples of olive olve oil 01 taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from stores storE in Salt Bt Lake are now being beinganalysed bing binganalya beinganalyaed
analysed analya and Id within a few days days com complaints complaints cornplaluts ¬
plaints may m y be b b filed fe against agbt the men who whohad whoho1 whohad
had this article atce for sale Willard lar Iant Hantn HantnItate Hansen Hansenstate n nstate
state Itate food fo and dairy dar commissioner comrlSloner and andState andState andState
State Chemist Herman Harms are now in inDenver InInver inDenver
Denver Inver attending atending the national natonal convention conventionof conventin conventinof
of the state Itate food fo and dairy commissioners commissionersand cmmissioners cmmissionersand
and will wi not return rtur for a week wek but em employes emJOYe employea ¬
ployes of the office offi are still Itl at work The Thesamples Tie Tiemple Thesamples
samples JOYe mple of olive olve oil 01 were gathered gtr up at atrandom atrandom atrandom
random and It is the confident confdnt belief le of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the inspectors Inptors office uffc that tht they tbe are chiefly chieflymade chifly chiflymade chieflymade
made of cottonseed cotonlee oil 01 If I this is i found foundto
to be the thf case a prosecutions prouton will 11 follow followAs folow folowAs
As a result rsult of the th charges charge of filthy fihy con conditions condiions conditions ¬
ditions diions in the pastures pstures and barns brns where wheredairy wheredairy wheredairy
dairy cows C1 are ae kept for fo the tie Provo milk milksupply mik miksupply milksupply
supply Deputy > State Inspector Inptor Lynn Lynl D DStewart DStewart DStewart
Stewart is I now on the ground gun muting m klng a athorough athorough athorough
thorough investigation Dr A Carrlng Carrlngton i iton
ton Young state Itatf veterinarian declared declaredthe delared delaredthe
the conditions conditon9 near Provo to be b most mOt de deplorable dl dlplorable dcplorabie ¬
plorable especially eplaly among the fanners fannerswho fannerswho farmerswho
who owned owne cows C01S and furnished the Provo Provomarket ProomurkEt Provomarket
market with wth milk mik The conditions conditons will wi be beremedied beremedied
remedied remeie at once onc and an object objet may be bemade bemade
made of at least ut one of the farmers farmer for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose purpote of keeping keping things thll in II a san sanitary sanItary sanitary ¬
itary condition in the future
Committee Commitee Recommends Better Care Careof Careof Careof
of Paroles and Released ReleasedPrisoners ReleasedPrisoners ReleasedPrisoners
Prisoners PrisonersSeattle PrisonersStl PrisonersSeattle
Seattle Stl Aug Au 19 UIThe The annual congress congressof
of the American Prison Pr on association 8itOf ended endedtonight endd enddtonlht endedtonight
tonight tonlht with a meeting meetng in the Alaska AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYukonPacific lukRYukonPacfc
YukonPacfc YukonPacific auditorium audiorium At 8 oclock oclockthe ocok ocokth
the th delegates delevatp8 were werf entertained entrtained at an in informal infom11 informal ¬
formal fom11 dinner in the Washington hln ton state statebuilding ltate ltatebuidin statebuilding
building buidin by Governor Governo Marion E E Hay HayAfter lay layAfter HayAfter
After the dinner dinnr the delegates met in a afinal afnal afinal
final fnal session sion The report llrt of the commit committee toml
tee te on preventative prEntthe and ani reformatory rforalory work workwas workwas workwas
was read by b its itl chairman Corwin Corin S SShank SShank SShank
Shank of Seattle SeattleThe Satlf SeattleThe
The report rport of the committee cn1mltH on the care careof careof
of released riald prisoners prilnr of which Decatur Decaturif Deatur Deaturf
if f Sawyer of New Jersey Jen Is chairman chairmanwas
was read rd and discussed disfuK The Te report prt said saidOn Bld BldOn saidOn
On every side will 11 be seen tn efforts tftrts made madeto
to keep ktIJ people pople out of prison prisn by modify modifying mot modifying ¬
ing the th laws law and providing prviding for release II e on onparole onprolt onparole
parole prolt suspended 8utpnded sentences sentenc8 etc but it itueeme Itlm itseems
seems lm to me m the tie weak wak spot t today toy every everywhere eerywhEr everywhere ¬
where whEr is II either the thE utter tlttr absence abnr of care careby rre rreby careby
by the state of its discharged dlsharJ1 prisoners prisonersor lrl ner neror
or the halfhearted halJartf and Inadequate Inadeuate care carewhich carewhich
which IK 1f given generally Jemrly to men put out outon outor outon
on or parole prol Great states state spend sJnd endless endltsl ef effort etfort offort ¬
fort to reform rffor men while whie they thty are ar wltlijn wltlijnthe wItl1nthe 1t n nth
the th prison prn walls wals and then let them come comeout cme cmeout comeout
out with wth all al the temptation temptaton of life UfE around aroundthem arouu arouuthEm aroundthem
them thEm and none nOle but blt the most mOt perfunctory perfunctorycare
care at the time timE when whn they thy most mOlt need ned en encouragement encuragment encouragement ¬
couragement curagment reproof warning and sup support supprt support ¬
port prt It I must mUt be individual treatment treatmentthe tretmnt tretmnttb
the tb paroled man must feel ff1 that he is issomething issomthing issomething
something somthing more than a number and there thereis thereII
done is II no wholesale wholtsak way in which whih it i can be bedone bedone
For Infants Its and CMlaian CMlaianThe Ch ChllthanThe an
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBearsthe Bought BoughtBears noughtIflUrcf
Bears Bearsthe BearstheSigature the theSignature
Signature Sigature of
t i JTIfDiI JTIfDiItIT t Tfa t i RI RIBeforeyozdeave t i i
tIT tITBefore Beforeyozdeave Before you leave the I store visit the e bargain dept dptSPECIAL dot dotGLOVE depttt
GLOVE C SALE DAbr16buttoned SALE16butone A T 17 +
d 16buttoned 16butone Kayaer em 16buttoned 16buttone silk sikblak silkblack black only onlybroidered onlybroIdered onlyuTh
uTh broidered silk slk gloves tovesbinck ebk black 200 O oo quality qunU for 68c 68cwhite 6e 6ewhite 6cctftl
tftl fl white tan blue blu and pink 1buttoned lbutone chamois chamolsnaturl chamoisnatural chamoisnatural275 natural
275 quality qualy for 185 18 color c orI25 125 quality qualty for LOO LOOEntire LO LOEntire LOOTb
Tb Entire stock of Parasols at OneThird less lessthan lessthan I Ithan
than usual sual prices
Provo Young Woman Seriously SeriouslyHurt SeriouslyHur
Hurt Hur at Main Street StreetCorner StreetCorer StreetCorner
Corner CornerWhile Corer CorerWhie
While Whie attempting atemptlll to alight aight from fro ape special sp apecia ¬
cia Salt Palace No 485 in charge chargeof
cil Slt Pale car c Xo a chrge chrgeof
of Conductor Co to S Roberts Robr and Motorman MotormanS 1otollal
S CartiMlI Cartnl at Third Thir South Suth and Main Mainstreet Mainstreets lan lanstrets
street strets Thursday Tury night Miss 1 Lily LI Hard Harding 1rd 1rdlo hardlug ¬
lug lo of Provo Pv was thrown to the t ground groundand grf groundend
and rendered rndr unconscious unconlious from the te fall fallShe lT fallShe
She was picked plckel up and taken takeno o the tlteDruehl theDrehl theDruehi
Druehl Drehl A Frankest Fnke drug a tore Ito where wher an anattempt anatempt anattempt
attempt atempt was made Jde to t revive her h but butwithout but11thout butwithout
without 11thout avaiL She was later lter sent to t the theL theL theL
L D S hospital holt where whre up u to an early earlyhour earlyhour earlyhour
hour this mrnlng she was W81 still sti uncon uncontcious uncn uncnaCJOus itneonicious
tcious aCJOus It I is fearadby feara by the attending atending pny pnyeician PI PItidan poyaician
eician tidan that she may be b suffering l5ufeng from fromci fr fromCflIIssiOfl
ci miiseion C IBlon of the brain brainMiss brin braInMiss
Miss 111 Harding Hanlng and her sister sist Hannah Hannahcame Hannahcame Hannahcame
came to the city from fro Provo Wednes Wednesday Wedneatlsy dn ¬
day morning and secured sure rooms rm at m mSuth 2ThSouth 2 2South
South Suth West Vet Temple Tmple street stet Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdayiilght huMa huManight
night they the went to the th Salt Sal Palace Plac When Whenthe Whenthe Vln Vlnth
the th car reached reache Third Thin South Sth street st the theoung th theyoung
oung > women womn prepared prer to get ge off Han Hannah Hannah hannah ¬
nah succeeded suc In alighting algtig safely fely but buther bt btbl buther
her bl sister sttr was thrown tbrow to the th ground n and andfell aD andtell
fell fel on the back bck of her bead hll She made madean md
an conscious consciousAs attempt attmpt to arise a but fell back bk un unconscious nncnll unconscious ¬
As A she fell she was caught cauht by Miss MiseR
U L I Bevans vans of 36 3 South Suth West Temple Templestreet Templetrt Templestreet
street trt and Ml Mle Annie Specca Spc who wh is isliving IsIhng IslivIng
living at the Globe Gobe hotel hotelWhen hotel hotelWhen
When taken to the drug store the yonag yonagwomans yoa yovagwomans
womans arm was bleeding bleing profusely profuly although afthomh al atthough ¬ i
though it I is not thought though that it If I frac fractured ft rae raeured ¬
tured turedCHILDS ured uredCHILDS uredCUftOS I
Son of Mr lI and Mrs lfrs E M Stol Jr JrDies JrDies
Dies Des After Afer Hours ROlIS of Intense IntenseSuffering IntenseSuferng IntenseSuffering I
Suffering SufferingMerrit Suferng I
Merrit Merlt Montgomery ontgom ry Stohl Stol the eighteen eighteenmonthaold eighteenmonthsld eighteenmonthsold
monthaold child chil of Mr 1 and Mrs 11 Kdson KdsonM EdJn EdJnX
M i Stohl Sohl Jr J 236 D South Suth Second Scnd West Wt1t street utreetdied Itret Itretde streetdied
died de at the family fanil residence Thursday Thursdaymorning Tursay Tursaymoln Thursdaymorning
morning moln at 315 31 oclock ocok after attr seyvnteen seyvnteenhours acuteeiihours ltEtn ltEtnhoun
hours houn of continuous ctnuol suffering sUfferlnp Tfheohlld Tfheohlldfell 17 rhld rhldtel child childfell
fell tel backward bckwal into a tub of scalding laldll watT watTearly aterearly I
early el Wednesday edneay morning mrnlnf while whie the t f moth mother mothe mothi0I
er e was U engaged enge in washing 1abtnf She he hadtaken hadtaken had hadtaken
taken a boiler boier of water war from the stove stoveand stoveand stoveand
and placed it on the fr floor Sh She turned turnedher turnedher
her hr back bk only to be b attracted atrte by the thewreains theIrea thescreams
screams Irea of th the child chid who wh had fallen faln Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the water Dr D W V F Beer B wa was called calledand cale calledand
and did all al within wthin his hi power to save sve the thechild thechil thechild
child childTin chil childThe
Tin Tw funeral will wi be b held hcd at the family familyresidence tumn tumnresidence familyresidence
residence this afternoon afernoon at 3 oclock oclockSALT oclok oclokSALT oclockS
Details Dlal of the tre new schedules for the theSaU theSl theSalt
Salt Sl Lake Route which whih wil will go In ef effect effect effect ¬
fect Aug 29 have been ben completed completedshowing completedshowing completedshowing
showing an ar improvement in the local localtrain localtrain localtrain
train service serylc for Utah while 1hie the thethrough thethrough thethrough
through train tralO traIns are unchanged unchange The Thetrain Thetrain Thetrain
train for Provo and Xephi will wi leave leaveSalt leaveSlt leaveSalt
Salt Slt Lake at S a m and make direct directconnections diret diretconnectons directconnections
connections connectons for Sannete Snpte valley vaJty The Thetrain Tie Tietrain Tuetrain
train leaving Salt Sl Lake Lke for Provo and andLynn andLynn andLynn
Lynn at 110 4 10 p m will wH also make con connection conneton connectlon ¬
nection neton at Lehl Lhl Junction Tuncto for Merour Merourand Merur Merurand Merourand
and the Tintic Tintc mining mirlng district districtThe diltrict diltricthe diatrietThe
The he train leaving 1evln Salt Lake for Pro Provo Provo Provo ¬
vo and ntl Payson at 10 p in will wil return returnto
to Salt Slt Lake Lke the next morning arriving
here at 930 a m bringing connections connectionsfrom
from Mercur and the Tintic Tintc district districtThe districtThe districtThe
The train from Lynn will wi arrive In Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Lkf at 1230 p pllnstead in instead of 145 An Anadditional Anadditiunal Anadditional
additional train for Tooele will wi leave leaveSalt leavea1 leaveSalt
Salt a1 Lake Ia ai aj J030 a in 1 and return to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake the same afternoon
Lake Lke Geneva Wis Aug 19 19om 19CornmunicattOn Com I Imunication Imunlcton
munication munlcton with wih other planets planet AuS is by b no nomeans I Illeanl Iiqeans
means lleanl likely lkely according to a resolution resolutionUnanimously resoluton resolutionuhanlmously I
Unanimously lanlmously adopted today toda by b the As Astronomical Astronomical Astrononiical ¬
tronomical and Astrophlcal 4strophlcl Astroph teal Association Associationof ssolaton ssolatonof
of America in session 1t1810n at the York ob observatory obseryator observatory ¬
servatory on Lake Lke Geneva The reso resolution resoluton reaolutlon ¬
lution luton says saysAs saysAs
As 8 the nubile DUblc through misrepresen misrepresentation mlsrepresenI misrepresenttlon ¬
tation tton of the views vle11 of certain astron astronomers astronomen astronotnera ¬
I omen has ha formed foned the Impression Imprellion thatcommunicaton thatcommunication that thatcommunication
communication communicaton with wih other planets planetl IB IBat isat lbat
at present possible the astronomical astronomicaland astronomial astronomialand
and astrophlcal association a8bolaton desires to toexpress toexpre toexpress
express s Its It belief btlef that all al such pro proposals propo proposals ¬
posals po ls fall fal outside the range of sober sobercontemporary sobercontemporary obercotemporary
contemporary cotemporary science scienceSixty scence scenceSixty scienceSixty
Sixty astronomers are attending the themeeting themeetIng
meeting meetingkrrangeineuts meetng meetngBANK I 0 0BANk I
krrangeineuts rgements Are Ae Made by Local Or Organization Organzation Organization ¬
ganization ganzation to Resume Resue the Regu Regular Reg ¬
lar Sessions SessionsAt
At a meeting meetng of the executive exeutvf commit committee eomml omnitttee ¬
tee of the th Bank Bak Clerks Clerk Association 4ociaton of ofSalt ofSal ofSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lakf held hel las I evening at the Utah UtahNational FtahNKtionl UtahNational
National NKtionl bank bnk It was decided deied to resume resumethe re8umetie resumethe
the tie regular rgulr sessions seons of the association associationen aaton aatoncn
en Sept Set 2 Th fbst t meeting Jtnl wilt wi be beheld b beheld
held hM in the Commercial club rooms rt and andat andat andat
at this meeting mtn will wi be b received Ielf tne re report reprt report ¬
port prt of f the five delegates deletc chosen chotkn to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the meeting m tlng of the National Natonal Asso Association Assoelation M ¬
elation elaton of Bank Bnk Clerks Cls at Seattle Sate on June
21 23 and andP andThe 8 8The
The P new officers ornc1 of the th Bank Clerks ClerksAssociation ClerksA81iaton Cierks4ssoclation
Association A81iaton of Salt Sl Lake recently rnty elected electedare elECte
are ar Q B Kelly Iely president peldentrliam William Mc McEwan Ic IcEwan icEwan
Ewan vic > preskhnt nt T W Ball Dat secre secretary tcre tcretal sceretary ¬
tal Ralph R Sharkey treasurer 11
tary Shrkt traurr n C CBarnes c CBarnes
Barnes Blunl S M MMtelten keben and Joseph Joph Bus ituzso Busso UI
so a executive expcut committee committeeInnes cmitc cmitcInnes committeeInnesBand
Innes InnesBand Band at Saltair SaltairTodnj SaltairToday i iTo
Today To tomorrow and Hn Sunday Sunday Two Twofree Twofre Twofree
free fre cniirirt C11lrt 4 and s p m sixty men menSeveral menS mciiSeverat
Several S 81 lit Kng Fngll Engagement gcment nt extraor extraordinary extror extrordinry extraordlnary ¬
dinary dinaryBathing dinry dinryBathinG dlnaryBathing
Bathing BathinG at Saltair Saltalrnothlng nothing finer fner
nnrri GREEK n flAG in m IS ISHOISTED loArmed
Armed Inhabitants of Candia CandiaFling CandiaFling I
Fling Standard to Breeze Breezein
Flng i iin
in Presence of Militia ofMilitiaCanes MilitiaCan Mitia I ICa
Can Ca Canes a Island of Crete Cre Aug 19 19The 19Thearme 19Thearmed The Thearmed
armed arme inhabitants Inhabiant of Candia Cania the largest largestcity largestcty largestcity
city cty of o Crete today tOI rehoieted reholst the Greek Greekflag GreekflaS Greekflag
flag flaS in the tre presence prenc of a squad Sua of mi militia militi mlhitia ¬
litia liti who were powerless pwerle to prevent the theproceedings theproceings theproceedings
proceedings proceings A conflict conflit was 18 averted avertedthrough avertedtrUg avertedthrough
through trUg the intervention intereton of the metro metropolitan metropolan metropohitan ¬
politan polan who begged b ed the officers ofiers to con confine confine ¬ I
fine the soldiers slcUer to their barracks barracksThe black
The T consuls cnsls of the power pe have d dmanded dmnded dmended >
mended mnded that tht the th government governmt of Crete gi gia give givea
gve gvea
a written write guarantee garnte that the Greek flag flagwill flagwill
will 11 not be b hoisted hoe after the departure departureof
of the international Intertonl squadron squadronThe luarn luarnThe
The government governmnt replied rpie it I will wi do so sowhen 10 10when sowhen
when order orr baa b been In restored rore at Candia CandiaLondon Cadia CadiaLnon CandiaLondon
London Lnon Aug 18 1ree8 Greeces reply to the thelast thelat thelist
last lat Turkish Trklh note regarding rading Crete Crte has hasbeen hasbn hasbeen
been bn communicated communited to the th powers Its Itsterms Is Iserms Itsterms
terms are conciliatory conciator and ad diplomats con consider conIler conaider ¬
sider Iler that It should be l satisfactory Usfactor to tothe tothe tothe
the porte prte to which it was w delivered delvfred to today tuday today ¬
day The Te note regrets rgrets that tt after aftr Greeces Greecesprevious Grces Grcesprvious Greecesprevious
previous prvious reassurances re uraoe the Turkish gov government governmeht governmeht ¬
ernmeht still > tl complain clpain < if the attitude attitudeof atttude atttudeof
of Greece Gre in Rumelia Rumela t a t Crete CreteIt CreteI
It I says 8 the Greek government gO Iment deplores deploresthe
the anarchy and agitation agtatin which have haveruined haveruned haveruined
ruined runed and decimated dimted the population ppulton of ofMacedonia ofMaedoni ofMacedonia
Macedonia Maedoni Irrespective Irresptve of race ra < and re religion rtIlg yeliglon ¬
ligion Ilg and al points plnt out ot that as soon 8n as the thenew thenew
new Turkish regime reglt gave 8e grounds gunds for the thehope thehope
hope hop that the situation would be im improved impve improved ¬
proved pve the Greek Grk government Jovelnmet did all In InIts InIta inIts
Its power to assist in the reestablish reestablishment ¬
pwer ast
ment of order ordr in Macedonia MacedoniaRegarding MacedoniaRegarding laconia laconiaRering
Regarding Rering Crete the note > reiterates reiteratesthat riterate
that the Greek Grek government will wU conform conformentirely cpnformentirely
entirely etrely to the decisions de Ol8 of the four pro protecting pr protecting ¬
tecting tcing powers pwe and an will wl abstain abtin from fm en encouraging encoragn encouraghig ¬
couraging any eventual agitation atato in that thatisland thatIsland thatIsland
coragn island islandConstantinople IslandConltantnople IslandConstantinople
Constantinople Conltantnople Aug W 19The The Turkish Turkishfleet Trleh Trlehfet Turkishfleet
fleet fet has been bn concentrated conntale a short din distance dla dintance ¬
tance from Crete The T representatives representativesof reprentathe
of the powers Jlwers today toy renewed nneed energetic energeticwarning fneretic fnereticwarning energeticwarning
warning to the porte prte against agln8t jeopardizing jeopardisingthe JfOprdbdl
the peace pac by pushing pushin her hr relations rlato with withGreece wth wthr withGreece
Greece r ce to t the extreme extremeIdaho extremeREQIIISITION xtrme xtrmeR
Idaho Sheriff Sherff May Be Foiled Foied by the theDeath theDeath theDeath
Death of Prisoner Prsoner Before His HisRemoval HisRemoval
Hs HsRemovl
Removal RemovalGovernor Removl RemovalGovernor I ICn
Governor Cn > err1r William Vilar Spry Sp late yesterday yesterdayendorsed Yfterdayendore yesterdayendorsed
endorsed endore the requisition reultn from fr Governor GovernorJames Gvernor GvernorJame GovernorJames
James Jame II Brady Brd of Idaho Idho for the return returnof
of I r J Fortune Qrtule to the Gem state > on the thecharge thechage thecharge
charge chage of unlawfully unlawffly removing mortgaged mortgagedproperty mortgagto mortgagedproperty
property prlrt The requisition reuito was brought brht to toSalt to81t toSalt
Salt 81t Lake by Sheriff Srif Frank M Bre Bhr Bresheare Bresheareof heam heamof
of Canyon Cayon county Idaho Idh and ad he left lef last lastnight lastnl lastnight
night held heldThe nl hed heldThe ht for Ogden where wh Fortune Frtune is being beingheld bing binghed beingheld
The affidavit accompanying ampying the requisi requisition lulfi lulfitlon reiuisition ¬
tion staten that Fortune lort n mortgaged IOrtgg two twocases twocas twocases
cases cas of veterinary veterlnr tools t1 to the Central CentralImplement CentralInllement CentralIntplenment
Implement Inllement coirfnany coupny Ltd of o Caldwell Caldwellami Caldwel
and later late left lef Canyon county Clt with the themortgaged themortggP themortgaged
mortgaged mortggP goods lioR He was w arrested aleste at the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Hot Springs Slrlngs about a week wek ago ao and andtaken andtken andtaken
taken tken to Ogden where whe he le now O1 lies 1f > critic critically crtic crtically critically ¬
ally ill I Fortunes Ttuneg condition cnditon is so low that thatSheriff thatSherif thatSheriff
Sheriff Sherif Brefhenrs Drlhe1 fears rr that the man will willdie wn wndie Willdie
die before being bln taken back to Caldwell Caldwellto Calwel
to face fac the trial trialInnes trial trialInnes trialInnes
Innes Band Bandat at Saltair SaltairToday Saltalrro SaltairToday
Today ro y tomorrow tomOIOW and Sunday Two Twofree To Tofre Twofree
free fre concerts oncert 4 and S p m sixty sxty men menSeveral menSevel1 menSeveral
Several Sevel1 soloists Ilolsts Eng Engagement ment extraor extraordinary extr extrdlno extraurdinary ¬
dinary dinaryLeviathan dlno dlnoLeviathan dinaryLeviathan
° Leviathan Meals City Prices PricesAsk PricesAsk PricesAsk
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sine Quick service serviceo serviceSaltair serviceSaltalrevery rvic rvicSalalrer
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Floating Flotng at Saltair Salalris Saltalrits its glorious glorloul
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something somehing you youthese teres need needthese needthese J
these warm days daysIts daysIts I
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sued today toda by the census censustitled tnswtted 111 ii iititled < M I Idl
titled tted census of religious rellgioU b bu hdl hdlu dl dlIn
u church membership in inStates il In I 1 1n 1States i itates
States in 1908 of nearly 3300 3300formed 00001 o oformed
formed forme considerably less lell5 th thtotal II n 1 hi I Itotal If IftotL
total totL Women Voen compose fompe 5 5of i 6 p pof po
of o the membership membrhip Anton Antontestants the theX tl Uitestants I Ittnt
ttnt testants the difference difernce w wonly X K Kin gr gronly iionly >
only 395 being males while whileman wbit in fll fllman tii tiiENGINEER ii iiman
man Catholic Catholc churches the m Lies Iet rOr r
493 per oer er cent of the total totl t tTh emlfr emlfrrh ciii ciiiThft
Th Thft report shows that a aa lillion lillionever rl iiIli iiIlia n na
a quarter qarter dollars dolrs was w it itchurch I vest vestchure
church edi fi con c and that thateight ever evermpl evereight > Jel
eight el < ht new ew churches were tre c mpl mplTED ini iniENGINEERISARRE lrI lrIENGINEER
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Orando Oran I passenger ps engr train tain No Nowrecked S Swrecked WIll I Iwrked
wrecked wrked at lusted 1 last Satun Satunrested Saturrested a 11 11rel5t
rested rel5t 1 In this city dt today toa on onmanslaughter jar jaranslaughter 1 tr trlo r rmanslaughter
manslaughter filed fled at Colon ColonIn Clon i irL lo II I Si p pIn 1
In default of bail bal lie was lodi lo lod II i
GARDNE GARDNEREMOVAL Forecast Forecastfor Foret Weather WeatherForecast W ealer GARDNER GARDNERREMOVAL GADN ER
I SALE Probably Probbly Showers Show en enEXTRAORDINAR Local LocalShowers Lal LalShow SALE SALEEXTRAORDINARY SAE r rI
The man with a true sense sens of economy eonomy or whose whol cow cowmakes ition itionie iton itonmake itionmakes
makes make it necessary to t save at every opportunity is i the e o owhom olJe ie to toorce towhom toShOln
whom this oxtrapecial tr pcca Sale S l will m appeal app with wth irresistible irresistibleDozens irri l orce orceDozens
Dozens D07 ns of Gardner Suits Suit of excellent exeelent quality qtalty fabrics fabricsthatwero flrl fsbiiesthat
thatwero that wero excellent excoleJt values val at regular re la priCe prl8 hare hareboeh haTel haTelbO T Tbeen
been bO gathered at1cred in i one lot and Iud priced price in a way to toeffect tl toeffect i iefect
effect efect a prompt and absolute aolut clearance clearnce A liberal liberalvariety lberall lberallrot liberallvariety
variety rot of pattern pfter goods and fnd a large number of ofblues ofbl 01blues
blues bl e arid ard blacks blKcu The Te lot includes incude regular regularvalues regularalues regularvalues
values up to 15 Our Forced ForcedRemoval ForcedI
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