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10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY AUG AUGI25 251909 25 1909
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E J Williams and Son Are AreMarked AreMarked AreMarked
Marked With Imprint of ofTree ofTree ofTree
Tree TreeBOTH TreeBOTH TreeBOTH
BOTH WERE UNCONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUSTAKE
TAKE REFUGE UNDER SHED AND ANDHAVE ANDHAVE ANDHAVE
HAVE NARROW ESCAPE ESCAPEIw
t tTh t Jllt Iw tl tlJ tllon t 1 hrilM rtll1 is the strange strangeiinn tran tranC
C E J H iinn and his 8yearold 8yearoldD1
V < > > rtIon < < lon v D1 of 1 Rustic court courttuning courtV
V < I < tni tr tuning Sunday aft aftM aftIIlr
IIlr H r lld M Hour mill on Mill Millleft MillIh MIIIlightning
Ih lightning htnlllg left ppifrct photo phototr
V ri rh vtre tr tn hiJrintd on the ther theft theffl
ft r ud nn II Koi Jih utll h were
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E J WILLIAMS WILLIAMSr
r I r I mi onsclous i L I IU and temporarily
1 tint i I are i rt fast ft t recovering
I t tw I ml i gone to t Mill creek for an anT ann anrift
n rift t T xa TV willI nil L the th trout and had sought soughti
i Ildl ulf r a large tree Lr near a pile of ofr
I r l TV1 it n the lli violent thunderstorm of ofgassed ofS
8 gassed over that region Well Wellirom WIE
E Horn the rain they had just justI
c I 1 their i ittr lunch when a blinding bUndlngf
f i f light iinc struck TL k the street streett
t 1 oil i up in l i r rmd > md and passed passedh pa pal
I l V h I the b < u In > 01 i i Williams and his hisi hi
I i 11 remrvint r L consciousness iist iousnees Wil Wilr
I r f > unl ini 1 I tlI1Jjf iui if I s < ral yards from fromhad frOmL
V L > had i I fU u I sitting S t irig and upon at att atI
t 1 to m mn > > iisoovtred vired that every everyr
r f xcept x elt tnoae of his right hand handrah handC
v C rah rdlyzei zed z I Little Gordon was still stille
r e under his fathers f ther arm con conlJt conit
1 lJt it bA balIy lly hurt and also partially partiallyz
z zd I Ending II riding his father helpless helplessi
V i if little fellow crawled on his hisjnd b18r
r J jnd lld I knees being unable to rise riset
t t i i rreek I IPC to where two other men meniing men1hmg menI
1hmg iing I The men rushed to the theTil thero
Til ro I carried Williams to a nearby nearbyt
C t ii re 11 r his limbs were chafed and andured andJ
v J ured r down his throat Later Laterilmce Latert
t 1 1t dance U t from St Marks s hospital hospitalthe
t t1 I IV II Ii > the injured to their home homeImprints homeImprints hornsImprints
Imprints of Tree Treeti
1 ti t L t ciothlng i was removed both botha
V a and iii Us son were found to have haveimprints haveimprinta
I 1 imprints T P ItS of a tree on their theirui theirand
and ui I I 110 t is elder Williams W 1lama was w cov covn
t 1 n head d to foot with Imprints of ofi
oJ i tre I r s branches Although con conb conbi
b bi I < d Monday and part of yes yeswa yesI
I wa w able to alt up yesterday yesterdayIK
V IK lid is fast regaining the use useles useS
S les l Strangely enough neither neitheru
u < us t I t all burned by the light lightt
I it t lit I t le boy has entirely recov recovn recovills
n his h is experience experienceml
ml i in the vicinity of where the thestru thetruk thetru
stru truk k if ploughed up in a ai aJlne aI
i line I fom f om m the tree trunk to the thei
i 11 un U ler which the two sat The Then
I n 1 wi w toppled over and Wil Wili
i i 1 1 his is son narrowly escaped be bed beunder
1 j > d 1 under the falling timber timberPresident Umbereo timberllA1YMEN
eo eoI eoDAIRYMtN
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DAIRYMtN FAil TO MEET MfETPresident MEETPresident
President of Association Turns Up Tipbat Uphlt Upbit
bat Members Seek Their TheirBeds TheirEecls TheirBeds
Beds Early EarlyT
T I n Waf as no meeting of the milk milkT
T 1 t e Elgin Dairy last night be bec
c ll one nO hut > ut l Ben R Eldredge EldredgeJ
J jth tl e a ac tton tnputlnanap tnputlnanapT put In an ap apj apRI
j Rij M > it i 3 t a m tends toliJtiol to tot tot
t mtion tiol tf 1 the I Ii habit of going goingiti
1 iti t > th > chicKens K fls judging from fromt fromTicr
t r Ticr M r ii I which 1h the call for a af IL1S
f 1 t as r rpnded P mded to by the milk milkd
d Ii itspouse lunse to telephone telephoneQ
Q i 10 I T 11 I they had not put In InT
T T Imee < < tnee 1 115 Mr Kldredge was told toldi toldJority
ir iT t tSUES i i jority rity of cases that his fel felr telcr felrs
cr r rs had retired for the night nightt nightling
t t ling ig I L will be held at a later laterir laterSUESSMELTERCOMPANY
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0 0SUES
SUES SUESSMELTERCOMPANY SUESSMELTERCOMPANYAlbert SMELTER COMPANY COMPANYAlbert
Albert Carlson Wants 1999 Dam Damages Damages Damages ¬
ages for Injuries I Received ReceivedA
A t arlson filed suit in the Third Thirdd
d irt rL yesterday > e terday against the Amer Amerting AmerM
M 4 H i ting V l Rcfmlng company for fori
f i I i tges 5 received d in the disaster disasterT1 dl allter allterp
t T1 p ft a at RIM nuab Valley on July 3 3ll 3l 3I
ll l n thret t I ie nun l1 < tl were w ere killed and sev sevt
< < < 111 11 inju injui inJUtd inJUtdn
i n was inplojed with several severalt veralln
C t T ln > H In a t tunnel removing rem vlng dirt dirtt dirttilt
t tilt t i electi it fUt flash > h came which lf lfr IgT >
T I r i niartit Ity tlt > f r buck powder causing cauatngt cau lntr lntrnr
nr a I t lit i I w1 wii1l i < h tore t i away a part of ofmd oft
t md Hi 1 biu bi d 1 a t score ore of men be bet
T x t th i I > oj tnt i His left arm was wasj
1 j i lad i ad d ai ad a I f c bruised ru and cut cutis eutand cutV
is V ± and pi pJllyzed p nlized I zeti He believe his hisI
I T = a re permanent pl < rmanent and asks for forN fortI
tI c
N ifrni r ri c is charged against the com comr
r r j n that tI t the workmen were not notl notlf
f J 3 I i JE < there t lcrlwas Vas wfts a large quantity of ofM f fh
1 M n ihr h tunnel connected eon ted with the theE
E h 1 > the electric wire wireAre wireAre wireAre
Are You Y on Providing Providingfor
for the Future FutureYou
You will be assured of an In Income Income Income ¬
come if you invest In our Mort Mortgage Mortgago Mortgige ¬
gage Certificates s These Cer Certificates Cert Certuficates ¬
tificates t are secured both by byour byour byour
our Capital and Surplus and andF andFrst
F Frst rst Mortgages on Improved ImprovedSal
Sal Lake Real Estate They are areissued areissued arcIssued
issued for fo 10000 and multl multlpes multlpes multipies
pes thereof are exempt from fromtaxation fromtaxation fromtaxation
taxation and yield 6 per cent centInterest centInterest centInterest
Interest which will be paid paidmonthlyquarterly paIdmonthly paidmonthlyqUarterlY
monthlyquarterly monthly quarterly or semlan semlannually semlannually semiannually
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Security trust trustCo TrustCornpflY
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52 2 Up Main Street StreetCapital StreetCapital StreetCapital
Capital CapitalSurplus 30000000 GSoooooooSurplus 30000000Surplus
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RIBS CRUSHED CRUSHEDMAN CRUSHEDMANIS
MAN MANIS IS DUO DUOFarmer
Farmer Is Killed KiIIedWhiIe While Setting SettingUp
Up a Threshing Machine Machineat
at Holliday HollidayWlHIam
WlHIam Wayman a farmer living on onUM onthe onth
UM th upper county road south of Seven Svventeentb Svellteeftth Seventeenth
teentb South street died Tuesday after afternoon afternoon afterneon ¬
noon as the result lt of injuries received receivedwhile receivedwhile receivedwhile
while setting > > up a threshing thte hing machine on onthe onthe onthe
the farm of Fred red Clark of Holliday I IVaymaa
Wayman ws caught between Mt1l en a post postand pOilland postand
and the machine Several of his ribs ribswere ribswere ribswere
were crushed cro h3d and one penetrated his hislung hislung hislung
lung lungHe lungHe lungHe
He was taken to his home and Dr DrRothwell DrRothwell DrRothwell
Rothwell of Murray was called but he hedied hedied hedied
died before the physician arrived arrivedWayman arrivedVayman arrivedWayinan
Wayman had been threshing on a farm farmadjoining farmadjoining farmadjoining
adjoining the Clark farm The job was wascompleted wascompleted wascompleted
completed at about 11 oclock and the themachine themachine themachine
machine was moved to the Clark farm farmand farmand farmand
and an effort was being made to get getthe getthe getthe
the machine in place ready for afternoon afternoonwork afternoonwork afternoonwork
work Wayman was > as walking around the themachine themacllne themachine
machine when a horse backed up Just Justin
in time to catch Wayman between a post postpnd postpnd postrind
pnd the machine machineCrowbars machineCrowbars machineCrowbars
Crowbars wore secured and an effort effortwas effortwas
1 was made to extricate him before he re rei received received
i ceived any serious injuries but the pre presure presere
1 sure upon his ribs was so great that one onewas onewas onewas
was forced into his lung before he was wasextricated wasExtricated wasExtricated
extricated He died about two hours
later r He leaves a wife and a large
f family famil amiljA
1
NO VACATION FOR FORBUSY FORBUSY
BUSY UTAH BEES BEESA
A G Anderson Proposes to toTake toTake toTake
Take His Hives to Califor California California California ¬
nia in Fall
An innovation In the handling of the thebee theI thebee
bee industry has been proposed and will wllundoubtedly willI willundoubtedly
undoubtedly be carried oat by A G GAnderson GI GAnderson
Anderson of Ferron Utah Mr Ander Anderson ¬
I son believes that the bee has too long longa
a vacation and proposes propo es to take his hishives hish hishlyes
hives h ves to California during the winter wintermonths wintermonths wintermonths
months and secure a honey crop and andthen andthen andthen
then return to Utah In the summer By Bythis Bythis Bythis
this method he says he will be able to toget toget toget
get two crops during the year instead insteadof
of one oneInformation oneInformation oneInformation
Information to this effect was con conveyed conveyed ¬ i iveyed
veyed In a letter to H W V Robinson of ofGarvanza ofGarvanza ofGarvansa
Garvanza CaL written by Secretary J JL JL JL
L Perkes of the chamber of commerce commercein
in answer to questions in regard to the thehoney thehoney thehoney
honey industry in this state stateThe1 stateTM stateThd
The1 letter to Mr Robinson follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The bee industry is considered a profit profitable profitable profitable ¬
able industry in this state There are arenot arenot arenot
not many stands in Salt Lake county countydue countydue countydue
due to the smelter smoke which pre prevailed prevailed preYalIed ¬
vailed up to two years ago but in other otherparts otherparts otherparts
parts of c the state where there are no nosmelters nosmelters nosmelters
smelters the industry nourishes nourishesI
I am Informed that the growers get getabout getabout getabout
about 5 54 cents a pound at the farm farmand farmand farmand
and a little better than this where the thehoney thehoney thehoney
honey is delivered at the railroad sta station 118tion station ¬
tion Last year owing to the late frost frostthe frostthe frostthe
the crop was not so large as usual in ineastern Ineastern Ineastern
eastern Utah but in other sections the theusual theusUi theusual
usual amount was gathered gatheredA
A G Anderson of Ferron Utah one oneof oneof oneof
of the large growers of honey bees and andone andone andone
one of the best posted men in the bust bustnes bustness business ¬
ness is contemplating moving his bees beesto beesto beesto
to California for the winter season s son and andbringing andbrinstn andbringing
bringing < < them back to Utah for the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer thus securing two crops per peryear peryear peryear
year Mr Anderson will doubtless give giveyou giveyou giveyou
you any Information you desire desireMessenger desireIHRfAT desireTHREAT
THREAT Of FINE flNtBRINGS FINEBRINGSSTRIKE
BRINGS BRINGSSTRIKE BRINGSSTRIKEMessenger STRIKE STRIKEMessenger
Messenger Boys Walk Out and andHalf andHalf andHalf
Half of Force Walks Back BackAgain BackAgain BackAg
Again AgainIn Ag al n nIn
In protest against drastic punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment for tardiness six messengers messengersfrom
from 1 tO to 14 years old in the employ employof
of the Postal Telegraph Telegraphoompany company went wenton
on strike for two hours yesterday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon Then they were willing to tocome tocome tocome
come back but only three were taken takenback takenback takenback
back backThe backThe
backThe The strike was precipitated shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter shortlyafter
after noon yesterday One of the boys boyswas boyswaa boyswas
was late returning from lunch and andthe andthe andthe
the young woman to whom the boys boysreport boysreport boysreport
report for work suggested that she shefine shetine shefine
fine him twentyfive cents The sug suggestion suggestion euggeatlon ¬
gestion was only a threat which was wasnet wasnut wasnet
net intended to be carried out but butthe buttbe butthe
the youngster took it seriously and andmade andmade andmade
made a vigorous protest protestWithout protesLWithout protestWithout
Without waiting for any further ex explanation explanation exulanation ¬
planation he left the office Outside Outsidehe
he met another messenger me aeoger who sym sympathized liiympathlsed sympathized ¬
pathized with him After a few mo moments momenta trioments ¬
ments the second boy went out on a asymphetlc asymphetlc asymphetic
symphetlc strike The two prevailed prevaileda
a third to join the ranks of the strik strikers strikers strikera ¬
ers and the three by entreaty and andthreat andthreat andthreat
threat made the other three messen messengers messengerstop messengers ¬
gers gerstop stop work workFor workFor workFor
For a time the strike was great greatsport greatsport greatsport
sport to the messengers and very much muchof mud mudof
of an 0 annoyance to the messengerless messengerlessoffice
office officeAfter officeAfter officeAfter
After two hours time the messengers messengersbegan Mestengersbeaan messengersbegan
began to fear that they were not very veryessential veryessential veryessential
essential to the successful succe sful existence existenceof
of the Postal Po tal Telegraph company They Theyhad The Thehad Theyhad
had thought that overtures of peace peacewould peacewould peacewould
would have been coming from the man management mana management ¬
agement a ment But they were not and fin finally finally finally ¬
ally they all returned to the office officeand officeand officeand
and asked to be reinstated The three threebut threeJut threelait
but ones to join the strike were taken takenback takenback takenback
back to work but the instigator and andhis andhis andhis
his first two companions were left leftn leftIn leftin
In n the cold coldBRUTAL coldBRUTAL
r r rBRUTAL
BRUTAL AT INTERVALS INTERVALSHABITUALLY INTERVALSHABITUALLY INTERVALSHABITUALLY
HABITUALLY DRUNK DRUNKCecelia DRUNKCecella DRUNKCecelia
Cecelia Christiansen Makes Serious SeriousCharges SeriousCharges SeriousCharges
Charges Against Husband HusbandExtreme HusbandExtreme HusbandExtreme
Extreme cruelty for two years and andhabitual andhabitual andhabitual
habitual drunkenness s for the last eight eightor
or nine years are charged by Cecelia CeceliaChristansen CeceHaChrltltan CeceflaChristansen
Christansen en against Ernest C Chris Christiansen Chrlstiann Christiansen ¬
tiansen In a suit for divorce filed in the thedistrict thedlatrlct thedistrict
district court yesterday Added to towhich towhich towhich
which the wife says she has not been beensupported beensupported beensupported
supported by her husband for more morethan morethan morethan
than a year yearThey yearThey yearThey
They were married in Salt Lake April
10 1893 In December 1908 Chrls Chrlstlasen Chrlstlasen Christtason
tlasen threatened to kill his wife ac according according nocording ¬
cording to her complaint and three or orfour orfour orfour
four years ago he grabbed her by tho thoshoulders thoshoulders theshoulders
shoulders and almost shook her to topieces topieces topieces
pieces She says he has been brutal brutalat
at Intervals for several years They Theyhave
have four children Ernest W aged agedII
II years Melvin F aged 13 James JamesW
W aged 11 and Valdomar aged 9 9Mrs SMrs 2Mrs
Mrs Christiansen asks for a divorce divorcecustody divorcecustody divorcecustody
custody of the children 60 a month monthpermanent monthpermanent monthpermanent
permanent alimony and 100 attorney attornefeos
feos
0 0SHIDLEY
SHIBM3Y5tAC3IttT SHIDLEY rACnLT N CO COThe COThe 00The
The only onl stationery and office officteupply offleaupply officesupply
supply store in Salt Lake operatlng operating oper optratfng
atfng their own printing office
71 E Srd So Both phones phonesKodak phonesr phonesKodak
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Kodak Finishing FinishingSalt V VSalt
Salt Lake Photo Suoply Co 142 Main MainMcCoyj Maino MainIcCoy MaInMcCoys
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McCoyj IcCoy livery carriage and light lightMvory lightlvorv lightflvery
Mvory Both phone 8L l
CONNOR fiRED fiREDBY FIREDBYENGINEER
BY BYENGINEER BYENGINEERStalwart v mm mmStalwart ENGINEERstalwart
Stalwart Young Party Worker WorkerOusted WorkerOusted WorkerOusted
Ousted for Supporting SupportingLippman SupportingLippman SupportingLippman
Lippman for Mayor MayorAPPEAL MayorAPPEAL MayorAPPEAL
APPEAL TO INNER CIRCLE CIRCLECAMP
CAMP OF PATRIOTS AROUSED TO TOACTION TOACTION TOACTION
ACTION AGAINST KELSEY KELSEYOne
One of the first heads to fall as a re result reIult resuit ¬
suit of the bitter anteconvention fight fightgoing fightgoing fightgoing
going on In the American party was wasthat wasthat
that of Patrick E Connor chief draughts draughtsman ¬
man under City Clt Engineer L Q C Kelsey Kelseywho Kelseywho Kelseywho
who was summarily discharged dl yesterday
Connor is a leader among the younger ele element element dcment ¬
ment of the American party and sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary of the Young Mens American Americanclub Americanclub Americanclub
club and at once took his troubles to tothe tothe tothe
the advisory committee otherwise otherwiseknown otherwiseknown otherwiseknown
known as the inner circle It Is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that the matter will be taken up upat upat upat
at once and an effort will be made to toforce toforce toforce
force Kelsey to take Connor back backThe backThe backThe
The city engineer yesterday appointed appointedR
R B Tempest to the position of head headdraughtsman headdraughtman headdraughtsman
draughtsman which Connor held for more morethan morethan morethan
than a year yearThere yearThere yearThere
There Is nothing of a political nature natureconnected natureconnected natureconnected
connected with the dismissal of Connor Connorhi
hi simply didnt do his work said City
Engineer Kelsey after the dismissal dismissalIn
In spite of the declaration of the city cityengineer cityengineer cityengineer
engineer it is known that there has been beentrouble beentrouble beentrouble
trouble for some time Connor has been beana I Ia
a hot supporter of Joe Lippman and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been doing a whole lot of Lippman talk talkabout talkabout talkabout
about the office It Is said that K Kelsey lsey
has wandered Into his draughting drau htlng room roomonce roomonce roomonce
once or twice and has found Connor C nnor hold holding holding holding ¬
ing the attention of the draughtsmen while whilehe
he dwelt upan the merits of Q Lippman for formayor form1Jr formayor
mayor
never n non
on the best of terms and the city en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer has come out more than once In Infavor infavor infavor
favor of Mayor Branaford declaring he heis heIII heis
is the logical candidate of the party Keel KeelIng 1 leeiing < eel eelIng
Ing In no measure a warm feeling for forLippman forLippman forLippman
Lippman Kelsey was roused by Connors Connorssupport Clmnorssupport Connorssupport
support and let him out outConnors outConnors outConnors
Connors troubles were the topic of a agood agood agood
good deal of discussion last night on the thestreets thestreet thestreets
streets and among the younger patriots patriotsall
all day yesterday It is declared that the thecity thecity thecity
city engineer cannot take this method of ofshowing ofshowing ofshowing
showing his disapproval of Lippman sen sentiment sentiment entlment ¬
timent In his office and it is taken as asa aswarning asa
a warning to others under the city engi engineer engineer engiriser ¬
neer neerThis neerThis riserThis
This coming on top of the appointment appointmentof a polntrnentof
of Philip T Ayres Kelseys chief clerk clerkas
as secretary of the American party city citycommittee elt eltcommittee citycommittee
committee has made the young patriots patriotshostile patriotshOlltlle patriotshostile
hostile and the party ledgers feel that thatsomething thatIMJmethlng thatsomething
something must be done at once Real Realstalwarts Realtalwarta Realstalwarts
stalwarts In the American party have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been after Kelseys scalp for some time timeowing timeowing timeowing
owing to the fact that he will not listen listento
to them when it cames c > mes to making appoint appointments appointment appointments ¬
ments in his office or firing men and andthey andthey andthey
they will use the Connor incident as a aclub aclub aclub
club to beat Kelsey Kelse Into a receptive mood moodConnor moodConnor moodConner
Connor has more than a little influence influencewith influencawith influencethe
with the powers that be In the party and andhis andhis andhis
his friends say they will stand with him himin himIn himin
in his fight to keep on the city payroll payrollPATCHES payrollPATCHES payrollPATCHES
PATCHES PATCHESContractor FOR SEWER JOB JOBContractor JODContractor
Contractor Agrees to Repair Pipes PipesAlthough PipesAlthough PipesAlthough
Although Work Is Accepted Acceptedand
and Paid For ForThough ForThough ForThough
Though the work has been accepted acceptedand
and approved by the board of public publicworks publicvorks publicworks
works and his money paid Mike MikeOConnor MikeOConnor MikeOConnor
OConnor local representative of the theKennedy theKennedy theKennedy
Kennedy Construction company yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday agreed to repair most of the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage to the intercepting sewer re relieving relieving relieving ¬
lieving the city of the debt He will willhave willhave willhave
have his men put in new concrete pipe pipeat
at South Temple First South and andSeventh andSeventh andSeventh
Seventh South streets amounting in all allto aUto allto
to about 100 feet and will also put putin putin i iIn
in the cement bottoms for the ten man manholes manholes ¬
holes which were left out when the thework thework thework
work was done and was never noticed noticedby
by the inspectors from the board of ofworks ofworks ofworks
works worksThe worksThe worksThe
The work will cost the contractor contractorabout contractorabout contractorabout
about 4000 As this work had b been beenaccepted beenaccepted en enaccepted
accepted and approved by b the board boardIt
It seemed to be up to the city to shoul shoulder slouJder shoulder ¬
der the burden but the contractor yes yesterday Yellterday yesterday ¬
terday agreed to go ahead with the thework thework thework 1
work at once onceREGIMENTITRCHES onceREGIMENT
V V
REGIMENTITRCHES REGIMENT MARCHES AWAY AWAYFifteenth AWAYFifteenth AWAYFifteenth
Fifteenth Infantry Leaves to Be Gone GoneJust GoneJust GoneJust
Just TwentyOne Days DaysEquipped DaysEquipped DaysEquipped
Equipped with everything necessary for fora
a three weeks hike the Fifteenth In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry of Fort Douglas left yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning for a march overland of over overo
300 o miles The boys in blue SCO > strong strongand strongand strongand
and under tne command of Colonel AV WScott V VScott 6 6Scott
Scott marched from the parade grounds groundsat
at S oclock yesterday morning down downFirst downFirst downFirst
First South street to State and routh on onState onState onState
State street taking the state road to toDraper toDraper toDraper
Draper wnere th thy ° y pitched camp last lastnight lastnlghL lastnight
night This morning they will cortlnue on onto onto onto
to Provo where a three days camp will willbe willbe willbe
be made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The next stop will be Mona and then thenNephl thenNephl thenNephl
Nephl From Njphi N phl the regiment will willmarch willmarch 111 111march
march to Fountain Green on the southern southernshores southernshores southernshores
shores of Utah lake where army man manu manuvera u uvers uvers
vers consisting of target shooting skir skirmishing skitmtshlnc skirmishing ¬
mishing and mimic battles will h be held heldThe heldThe heldThe
The regiment will return by the same sameroute sameroute sameroots
route arriving at Fort Douglas Septem September ¬
ber 14 During the absence of the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of the regiment Company D will willremain willremain ill illremain
remain in charge ot the fort fortFOR fortFOR fortFOR
FOR UNDERGROUND WIRES WIRESMayor WIRESMayor WIRESMayor
Mayor Denies Petition of Utah Light LightRailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway Company CompanyMayor CompanyMaJtor CompanyMayor
Mayor John S Bransford yesterday
absolutely to grant the request
the Utah Light Li ht Hallway company
O A Honnold and W S Scott
the engineering department that
city allow the overhead wires to
on the east side of State street
west side of West Temple street
the business district districtAll
All the overhead wires in the bust ¬
district must come down said
mayor The franchise calls for
wires and that Is where
must go
goSr
50 D Evans EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed to tonew toI1E tonew
new I1E > W livattor 4S Po South jth State = tatp street > t
A twoquart twoquartmaroon twoquartmaroon
maroon seamless seamlessrubber teamlessrubber eamIessrubber
rubber rubberFountain rubberFountain
Fountain FountainSyringe FountainSyringe ain aino
Syringe Syringethis o e
this week for forWHEBS forV forSOkAMM1
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WHERE THS TH 1 CABS STOP STOPOUB8TATION STOPGUaSTAiION STOPOUBeTATION
OUB8TATION No No4 4
INDIAN CATTlE CATTlEARf CATTLEARE
ARE DYING fAST fASTBlack
Black Leg Is Prevalent andAll and andAll andAll
All Herds Are to Be Vac Vaccinated Vaccinated Vaccinated ¬
cinated cinatedIndian I IIndian
Indian cattle on the Ulntah reservation reservationare
are dying by scores from black leg tegWholesale legWholesale g gWbole
Wholesale Wbole ale vaccination of the Indian Indianflocks IndianflOCks Indianflocks
flocks is being undertaken by C G Han HanIndian HaDIndian HaflIndian
Indian agent and Dr Ira Massey Ias e veteri veterinary veteriwu veterlnary ¬
nary wu surgeon in the face of much diffi difficulty difficulty difftculty ¬
culty The Indian flockmasters strenu strenuously strenuo strenuotishy ¬
ously o ly objected at atfirat first and it was neces necesary neceesary necessary ¬
sary for a squad of government cavalry
troops to accompany the veterinarian and andthe andthe andthe
the agent over the reservation ranges rangesPractically rangesPractically rangesPractically
Practically every herd will be vaccinated vaccinatedBlack TRcdnAtedBlack vaccinatedBlack
Black leg is unusual unuaua at this season seasonof lea eaonof on onof
of the year and its origin is puzzling the theauthorities thenutbClritlee theauthorities
authorities authoritiesIt
It is supposed that the fact that the thegrazing thegrazintr thegrazing
grazing this summer has been exception exceptionally ¬
ally good in the water hole bottoms thus thuscausing thusca thuscausing
causing ca 8lng the cattle to congregate in these theseplaces thesePlaces theseplees
places instead cf sacking healthier moun mountain mountim ¬
tain tim pasturage has something som thlng to do with
the outbreak outbreakWilliam outbreak11lIam outbreakWilliam
William 11lIam Walsh one of the largest In Indian ¬
dian cattle owners > n the reservation re has ha
loot 100 cattle from the disease diseaseBIG diseaseBIG
BIG fACTOR IN INCITYS INCITYSGRObVTH
CITYS CITYSGRObVTH GROWTH
James A Wallace Tells of Re Results Results Resuits ¬
sults of Organization in inDes inDes inDes
Des Moines MoinesJames
James A Wallace of Des Moines a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent worker In the th Greater Des DesMoines DesMoines DesMoines
Moines c committee which has been a apowerful apowerful apowerful
powerful factor in the growth of the Iowa Iowacity Iowactty Iowacity
city arrived In Salt Lake yesterday to tolook tolook tolook
look over the prospects for a like organi organization organization organization ¬
zation in Salt Lake Mr Wallace said saidyesterday saidyestenlay saidyesterday
yesterday that this committee composed composedof
of substantial business men had made
Des Moines a wideawake progressive and andenergetic andenergetic andenergetic
energetic community where before its itsorganization Itsorganization itsorganization
organization It was slow and practically
dead in a commercial sense senseDes senseDes senseIDes
Des Moines raises through popular popularsubscription popularsubacrlptlon popularsubscription
subscription 100000 for the support of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work of this committee every three threeyears threeyear threeyears
years and after the start there has
been no trouble in getting this financial financialsupport financialsupport financialsupport
support said Mr Wallace yesterday
The Greater Des Moines committee In Investigates Investigates investigates ¬
vestigates industrial propositions and af ¬
fords proper support for them relieving
the Commercial Comm rchl club of this part of the thework thework theiork
work which was carried on in an indif indifferent Indltferelt indlfferet ¬
ferent manner before The Coliseum Coliseumwhich CoHeeumwhich Coliseumwhich
which will b hr completed in Des Moines Moinesnext lIIoinenext Moinesnext
next month is one of the finest flne t In the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country and it is the direct result re ult of the thecampaign tnecaIDpalp thecampaign
campaign carried car on under the auspices auspicesof
of the committee There seems to be a aplace aplace aplace
place in Salt Lake for Just such an or organization orgEtnlzaUon organization ¬
ganization to look after the proper ad advertising advertising advertising ¬
vertising of the wonderful advantages of
this city and state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Wallace say ya a freight traffic bu bureau buau buZeau ¬
reau au is one of the principal departments departmentsof
of work taken up by the Deft D Moines com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and this bureau Is saving ving the theshippers theshlppus theshipprs
shippers of Des Moines 1800000 JOOOO each year yearon
on freight rates ratesi ratesNO ratesto
i CHILD UM MCarl M HfRECarl
Carl K Holbrook Well Known Man ManSays ManSays ManSays
Says Utah Is Free Prom PromCorse TromCurse FromHOnrse
Curse HOnrseCarl CorseCarl CurseCarl
Carl R Holbrook prominent In the thenational thenational thenational
national society for the prevention of ofchild ofchild ofchild
child labor says Utah Is I remarkably remarkablyfree
free from that great American curse curseMr cune1lr curseMr
Mr Holbrook was a Salt Lake visitor visitoryesterday visitoryesterday visitoryesterday
yesterday stopping at the Kenyon KenyonHe
He went on to the northwest last lastnight lastnigbL lastnight
night nightMr nigbLHr
Mr Holbrook together with others othershas othershas othershas
has been largely responsible re poRslbJ for the thealleviation thealleviation
alleviation of the wholesale child
in the south For five years yearshe
he went among the large manufactur manufacturing ¬
ing plants of the southern cities and andenlisted andenlisted andenlisted
enlisted public opinion in the fight fightagainst flg fightagainst t tagainst
against the employment of the half halfgrown haltgrown halfgrown
grown child in work which Is danger dangerous ¬
ous to health and growth He has hasbeen hasbeen i ibeen
been influential V in securing legisla legislation legislation legislation ¬
tion looking to the strictest enforce enforcement enforcement enforcement ¬
ment of the school attendance laws lawsand lawsand
and in this way has taken hundreds of ofchildren ofchildren ofchildren I
children ranging in age from ten to tosixteen tosixteen tosixteen
sixteen years from the coal mines of ofWest ofVest ofWest
West Virginia and North Carolina CarolinaSpeaking CarolinaSpeaking CarolinaSpeaking
Speaking of conditions in the west westand westand westand
and Utah in particular he said that thatno thatno
no child labor proolem existed The Thenearest Theneareat Thenearest
nearest approach he said was to be befound befound befound
found in Salt Lake where wherelittle little street streetgamins streetgamins streetgamma
gamins who have never seen the in inside Inside inside ¬
side of a school room sell papers year yearin yearIn yearIn
in and year out
LICENSE OF COMPANY COMPANYHAS
HAS BEEN CANCELLED CANCELLEDWarning
Warning has been issued i from the of office office offlee ¬
fice of George B Squires state insurance insurancecommissioner Insurancecommlssione insurancecommissIoner
commissioner that people who accept the thepolicies thepoUdw thepolicies
policies of the Independent Order of Puri Puritans Puritans Purltans ¬
tans do so at their own risk riskThe riskThe riskThe
The order cancelling canc lIIng the license of this thiscompany thiscompany thiscompany
company is still in force in spite of rep representations replsentaUon3 reptesentatlons ¬
resentations made by certain agents that thatmatters thatmatters thatmatters
matters have been properly squared up upThe upThe upThe
The revocation order against the company companywill
will be strictly enforced enforcedWORDS enforcedWORDS enforcedWORDS
WORDS OF PRAISE BY BYGRAND BYGRAND BYGRAND
GRAND ARMY MAN MANNever MArJNever MANNever
Never in the history of the Grand Army Armyhas Armyhu Armyhas
has such a royal and hospitable welcome welcomebeen welcomebeen welcomebeen
been given ae that extended by the peo people peopie Q Qpie ¬
pie of Salt Lake and the State of Utah UtahTheir UtahTheir UtahTheir
Their hearts and homes were open to toevery toevery toevery
every man and woman who wore the In Insignia Inmgnla Insignia ¬
signia of the Grand Army There was wasno wasno wasno
no reserve re erve of their welcome It It was as asfree asfree asfree
free as the crystal waters from the Wa Wasatch Wasatch Vasatch
satch mountains and just as purasac purasacramento pureSscramento pure Sac Sacramento ¬
ramento Bee
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EXAMINATIONS FOR FORRHODES FORRHODES FORRHODESSCHOLARSHIP
RHODES RHODESSCHOLARSHIP RHODESSCHOLARSHIPThe SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPThe
The regular examinations for the Rhodes Rhodesscholarship RhodesschoJarshp Rhodesscholarship
scholarship to the Oxford university Eng England EngJIlOO Bugland ¬
land will be held at the University of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah Oct 19 and andO 30 Any Utah student studentwho studentwho studentwho
who is able to meet the requirements requirementswill
will be eligible for the examinations At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the last examinations Frank E Holman Holmanand Holmanand Holmanand
and Ralph Hartley each passed a suc successful successful suecesaful ¬
cessful examination but as the entrance entrancerequirements entrancerequirements entrancerequirements
requirements call for a certain percent percentage ¬
age of college activities Holman won wonHartley wonHartley wonHartley
Hartley however will be eligible without withoutfurther withouturtoor withoutfurther
further examination for the next schol scholarship IIcholarshlp scholarship ¬
arship arshipINTEREST arshlpINTEREST arshipINTEREST
INTEREST INTERESTManufacturers IS AROUSED AROUSEDManufacturers AROUSEDMnufacturcrs
Manufacturers Plan Campaign C Now Nowin
in the Wards of Salt Lake Stakd StakdSuch StlkoSuch 8taksuch
Such interest was created in home In tndustrloll induatrios Industries ¬
dustries and nd home manufactures in tho thowords thownrd thewards
words of Ensign stake during tho recant recantcampaign rcocmtampnlgn recentcampaign
campaign inaugurated by the Manufac Manufacturers Mnnutnoturors danufaoturors ¬
turors association IUlloaI t1on that a similar cam campaign ol1mpnltm cnmpaign ¬
paign will be waged ad in the th ward w rc1 of Salt SaltLake HaltLake JLltLAke
Lake stake tAk banning next no t Sunday tiundl tiundlThe iundayThe
The parent olaaeec in the various variouswards varouwards nrloullwnrd
wards will h b4 ndrtresssd d by b prominent prominentmanufacture prolTlllJtmnnurnotur prominentmanufaetureraoC
manufacture manufaetureraoC re fcot of the th state Secretary Bcr tLrf P PF pF IiF
F Collott of the association stated yae yaetrdy c ctCHIY m mterday
trdy afternoon Att rnoOft that the list ef epeaKerg epeaKergbad ppIlrllbnd epeaksrbad
bad not yet been nrndj UD but that thla thlawould thloWCul thlwuld
would < 1 be e done within the n nat st toy cl1 or ertwo ortwo ortwo
two twoTho Tho wards rdlll In gelt a1t Lake skp etaUe ta1 wllati wllatiwill W111 witaivill 1 1will
will be vl visited IUd fti9 fC the Fourteenth F6urt tlnU FtC lfttoanth FtCtoanth Fiftoenth
toanth Slxtfivn jtpn Seventeenth 8ov nteenth Ninth Xlnoteenth Ninthteenth Ino Inoteeuth
teenth teenthTwentyfourth rwnt > Fi lrd TW TWntthirii TWntthiriiTwentytourth J1tthlrl J1tthlrlTwontytourtlt
Twentyfourth Twentyroishth Twontyro hth an Imu ImuTwent and andTWntyptnth
Twent TWntyptnth lnlh
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NEW MOTOR CAR
18 GIVEN TRIAl TRIAlFirst
First Gasoline Passenger Coach CoachArrives CoachArrives CoachArrives
Arrives for Regular Service Serviceon
V on onOSL onOSLLOCAL 0 S L LLOCAL L LLOCAL
LOCAL MEN TAKE TA E A RIDE RIDEIS
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IS BUILT T OF STEEL AND HAS A AHANDSOME AHANDSOME AHANDSOME
HANDSOME INTERIOR INTERIORThe
The first gasoline motor car for pas passenger passenger peasenger ¬
senger and express s service servi e in Utah watt watttried WUtried wastried
tried out yesterday by A B Stevenson Stevensonsuperintendent SteellllODsuperintendent Stevensonsuperintendent
superintendent of the Utah tah division of the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line accompanied by b J V VTedford VTedford VTedford
Tedford of the passenger department and anda
a part of newspaper m men n who rode to toSaltair toSaltalr toSaltair
Saltair and return In the new car The Thecar Thecar Thecar
car will be taken to Ogden this morning morningand mominand
and make a trial trip over the Hn line be betwean betWl betwesn
twean tWl n Ogden and Malad for the purpose purposeof I Iof
of arranging the regular schedule of serv service service ¬ 1 1ice
ice which will be started next Monday MondayThe MondaThe
The car was made b by > the McKfen Mo Motor Motor dc dctor ¬
tor Car company in Omaha and came di directly dlreCU ¬ J
recUr reCU from the shops under its own OK power powerlast powerJast powerlast
last week w 9k in charge char of George G orge H Upde Updegiaff up UpdegVaff
giaff the companys demonstrator In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the regular service aver the Malad branch branchof
of the Oregon Short Line the car will b boperated be beoperated
operated by William Vance with F B BMcCune BMcCune BMeCune I
McCune as conductor conductorOn
On the invitation of D E Burley gen general general gsacml ¬
eral passenger agent of the road the theoarty theparty theparty
party left the Union station at 545 45 and andswitched andswItched andswitched
switched to the Saltair tracks The motor motoroar motorar motorear
oar ar followed the regular train to the thebeach toobesch thebeach
beach so no demonstration demol1 tratton of steed was waspossible waspouible waspossible
possible The car runs a aao smoothly as a astandard a8tandanl astandard
standard Pullman with no jar or vibra vibration vibration vibraLion ¬
tion as the six cylinder gasoline engine engineIs
Is mounted directly on the trucks in instead InRead Instead ¬
stead of on the body of the car ar as in the theearlier theearlier theearlier
earlier designs
Like Inverted Boat BoatThe 8oatThe BoatThe
The exterior e terior lines of the design of the thecar thecar thecar
car are similar I to an Inverted boat the thecar thecar thecar
car having a wedge shaped front end and anda
a semicircular semlctr uJar rear with a semielliptic semiellipticroof aeml aemiehlIproot lUptk lUptkroof
roof and round windows which resemble resembfeport resembleport resembleport
port holes The new car is seventytwo seventytwofeet
feet long having three compartments for forthe forthe forthe
the engineer mall service baggage room roomand 1OOmand roomand
and passengers with a seating capacity capacityfor
for fiftyfive passengers Built principal principally ¬
ly of steel the exterior is finished in ma maroonwith maroon amaroon ¬
roonwith roon with trucks of dark olive oliveThis oUveThis oliveThis
This car is of special design with re regard regard regard ¬
gard to interior Int rir arrangement weighing weighingclose weighingclose weighingclose
close to 85000 pounds and the engine is isof 18of isof
of 200horsepower The wedge shaped front frontend frontend frontend
end is a special feature with these cars carsexperiments carsexperiments carsexperiments
experiments having shown that in addi addition addition addition ¬
tion to riding steadier the car of this thteshape th thshape thisshape
shape will consume 46 4 per cent less fuel fuelthan fuelthan fuelthan
than a square car On the trip taken yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday it took one gallon of gasoline for foreach toreach foreach
each two miles traveled although the thelighter theIghter thelIghter
lighter cars travel 303 03 miles on one gal gallon gallon galIon ¬
lon of fuel on level track Only twelve twelvefeet twelvefeet twelvefeet
feet of space is necessary for the engine engineroom engineroom engineroom
room which hleh is provided with an auxiliary auxiliarygasollite aux1l1arygasoline auxiliarygasoline
gasoline air compressor for the brakes brakesand brakelloand brakesand
and instead of cranking the engine enginethere enginethere enginethere
there is an arrangenwnt whereby the thecompressed thecompreued thecompressed
compressed air can be used for the first firstfew firstfew 1 1few
few revolutions until the spark catches catchesPretty catchesPretty i iPretty
Pretty Interior InteriorSide
Side entrances are provided at the front frontof I
of the passenger pu enger compartment making makingthe
the car easy of access The seats ta have havebuiltup havebutltupvtoneered havebuiltup
builtup butltupvtoneered vtneered wood frames and are areupholstered are1Jpbolstered areupholstered
upholstered in imitation leather having havingroom bavlnroom havingroom
room for three passengers each The Thegeneral Thegeneral Thegeneral
general roommeas of the car is increased increasedby
by the method of wall construction constructionthereby constnlCtiorwhereby constructionwhereby
whereby the steel walls are not more morethan moretban morethan
than two inches thick t 1ck At the rear i II IIsemlclrcular a asemicircular asemicircular
semicircular seat with room for ten per persons perBODS perSons ¬
sons The interior of the car is hand handsonfely handsontely handsoniely
sonfely finished in mahogany mahoganyThe
The windows present a striking appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance being about two and onehalf feet feetin feetIn feetin
in diameter < with circular frames of ofaluminum ofaluminum ofaluminum
aluminum and so arranged that they may maybe maybe maybe
be swung upwards and fastened to the theceiling theceiling theceiling
ceiling When closed they are air waterand waterand water waterand
and dustproof Ventilation is furnished furnishedthrough furn18bedthrough furnishedthrough
through a system whereby the air enters entersfrom entersfrom entersfrom
from tOO front at the floor line and is isreleased Isrrleaacd isrrIeased
released through the roof ro < > f and heat is isfurnished isfurnllhed isfurnished
furnished by radiators along the sides sidesnear siliesnear sidesnear
near the floor which carry the water waterfrom waterfrOm waterfrom
from the cooling jackets of the engine engineLight engineI engineLight
Light I fht la by acetylene gas with lamps of ofspecial ofspecial ofspecial
special design and opaque shades ranged rangedaround rangedaround rangedaround
around the sides of the car carThe carThe carThe
The car attracted the attention of thou thousands thouMnda thousands ¬
sands as it stood in the railroad yards yardsand yardsand yardsand
and was later taken to the beach
SAYS HUSBAND IS CRUEL CRUELWife
Wife Alleges That She Was Abused AbusedAfter AbusedAfter AbusedAfter
After Five Years of Married Life LifeJessie LifeJessie LifeJessie
Jessie Meiss married George Metes Metesat
at Cheyenne Wyo June 4 1897 and andafter andafter andafter
after five years of happy married life lifethe Ufethe lifethe
the husband became so cruel that she shewas shewas shewas
was forced to leave him This is II set setforth setforth et etforth
forth at length by Mrs Melss in a asuit aButt asuit
suit for divorce filed in the district districtcourt dl districtcourt trlct trlctcourt
court yesterday yesterdayShe
She says that after January 1 1902 1902though nO nOthough 1902though
though ne reason is I given why her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband should have started abusing abusingher
her then more than at any other time timeGeorge timeGeorge timeGeorge
George became abusive but b t that she sheput sheput sheput
put up with It until October 15 1908 1908when 1908when 1905when
when she left him and has refused to tolive toIIve tolive
live with him since that time timeShe timeShe timeShe
She asks for a divorce 50 a month monthalimony monthaHmony monthalimony
alimony and reasonable attorneys fees feesThey feeThey feesThey
They have nochildren nochildrenCOAL no children chIJdrenCOAL childrenCOAL
COAL COMPANY IS ISIN ISIN ISIN
IN AJEW A NEW LOCATION LOCATIONThe
The Central Coal Coke company will willmove willmove willmove
move Sept 1 into the > office rooms for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly occupied by Meeks McCartney
40 West Second South street The coal coalcompany coalc coalcompany
company c < has taken over the lease which whichcalls whichcalls whichcalls
calls for five and onehalf years The Theoriginal Theoriginal Theoriginal
original lease was for six years yearsCAR yearCAR yearsCAR
CAR MEN M MENTOELECT MENTOELECTDELEGATESTOMORROW EN TO ELECT ELECTDELEGATES ELECTDELEGATES
DELEGATES DELEGATESTOMORROW DELEGATESTOMORROWDelegates TOMORROW TOMORROWDelegates
Delegates to the national convention conventionof
of the Electric Railway Employes of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America to be held in Toronto Canada Canadanext Canadanext i inext
next month will be chosen at a meet meeting meetIng meetlug ¬
ing of local street car men in the base basement basement basemeat ¬
ment of the Tribune building tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The national association a meets every everytwo everytwo everytwo
two years yearsTribuneReporter yearsTrlbuneReportcr yearsTrlbuneReporterPriflting
TribuneReporter TrlbuneReporterPriflting Printing Co CoCfi CoC6
Cfi West Second South Phones 71S 71SYou 715You lS lSYou I
You dont don t want cheap jewel jewelry jewelry ¬
ry sIt is almost disgrace to towear towear I
wear it and an ever constant constantannoyance constantannoyance
annoyance annoy nce on account of de defects defects defeats ¬ I
fects fectsPay fectsPay featsPay
Pay a reasonable reas nable price priceand priceand priceand
and insist on something somethinggood somethinggood somethinggood
good goodBuy goodBuy V
Buy of us and rely on our ourguarantee ourguarantee ourguarantee
guarantee guaranteeSALT
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A man can never have too toomany toomnny toomttny
many fancy vests Theyre Theyrealways Theyrealways Theyrealways
always proper and d out outside outside outside ¬
side the very light deli delicate delicate deliiir ¬
iir cate patterns summer and andtie t tI V Vetitt
1 winter styles vn vary but lit i i12atf V
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as we show and our prices are cut in two Come in today todaySALE todaySALE todaySALE
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COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSfiNISHING COMMISSIONERSFINISHING
fiNISHING WORK WORKFour
Four More Indian War Veter Veterans Veterans Vetetans ¬
ans Are Enrolled in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeThe
The commissioners of Indian war rec records recrds records ¬
ords rds who have been in Salt Lake since sinceAug sinceAug sInceAug
Aug U 1 have practically finished their theirwork th theirwork < r rwork
work in Salt Lake county and will leave leavenext lea leanext leavenext
next week for Fairview Falr ew Sanpete county countto countyto >
to complete the work in that county brok broken ¬ i ien
en into by th the visit to Salt Lake during duringthe duringthe i itbe
the G A R encampment encampmentYesterday encampmentYesterday encampmentYesterday
Yesterday the commissioners registered registeredfour
four names bringing the total for Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake to 150 It is probable that a dox dozen dozenor n nor
or more names will be registered this thisweek t thisweek i8 i8week
week before the commissioners leave leaveOutside leaveOutside leaveOutside
Outside of Salt Lake county 620 6 names nameshave nameshave nameshave
have been registered of Utah veterans veteranswho veteranswho veteranswho
who fought in the early Indian wars warsThe warsThe warsThe
The commissioners J M Westwood WestwoodL M ML ML > >
L Pratt and J H Arthur Arthurbelieve believe they theyhave t theyhave v vhave
have half of the work done as they fig figure figure figure ¬
ure on getting about 1500 names and < 1 1have 70 70have J Jhave
have already been written Manti Ephraim Ephraim Eph Ephraim
raim Spring City and Mount Pleasant PleasantSanpete PleasantSanpete PleasantSanpete
Sanpete county have been canvassed by bythe bythe bythe
the commission and now the other towns townsof
of the county will be visited The com commissioners comml cornmisolunera ¬
missioners ml 10nen began work on Hay 11 and andhave andhave andhave
have entirely finished Utah county countyThe countyTbe countyThe
The commissioners comml aloDEIs wish it expressly un understood understood anderstood ¬
derstood that veterans who wish to reg register niSlater reglater ¬
later for the purpose of receiving pen penstons JMDIons pensions
Ions for the early ware must have at atleast atleafi atleast
least two witnesses Wltnes s with them who served servedIn
In the same company and under the same samecaptain samecaptain me mecaptain
captain with them This is I imperative imperativeto
to make the ecord absolutely accurate accurateTOO accurateTOO accurateTOO
TOO BUSY WITH WITIIHIS HIS WORK WORKErick WORrErlck <
Erick Hlnton Hasnt Time to Bother BotherWith BotherWith BotherWith
With a Legacy From Europe EuropeAn
An Instance where a man was mom momcontented m morecontented r rcontented
contented to be a section foreman than thanto
to become partial rclr to 180000 was the thocommon thecommon thecommon
common talk in railroad circles Tues Tuesday Tuelday Tuesday ¬
day Erick Hinton a section man work
at Centerville left his
ngton D C about three years ears ago anl anlcame anlcame anlcaine
came west He arrived in Salt Lake Lakeshortly lAkeshortly Lakeshortly
shortly after whsre wh e he lived two years yearsSecuring yeanSecuring yearsSecuring
Securing employment on the railroad as asa asa asa
a section hand he left this city and hi hirelatives hirelaUyell hirelatives
relatives lost all track of him himMonday himMonday himMonday
Monday his brother George orge cam 3 to Salt SaltLake saltLake SaltLake
Lake to Ideate his brother who ad fail failen faileD failen
en heir to a part of an estate valued at atSUOOIIO atBeing
150000 Being unable to locate him in inthe Inthe inthe
the city he advertised < < l for him and Mon Monday K Monday n nday ¬
day night his brother called him over overhe overthe overthe
the telephone at one of the local hotels hotelsWhen hot hotelsWhen ls lsWhen
When he was told that he was wanted wantedIn
In n order to prove his claim to part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate of 130000which 100000 which had been left lefty lieftby leftby
by > y a relative in Europe he stated that thatle thathe thathe
he le hadnt time to bother about it as he hewas hewas hewas
was too busy bUB with his work His brother brotherwas
was then compelled to go to Centerville Centervillen l1e l1eIn
In n order to give him full particulars particularsCANT particularsCANT particularsCANT
CANT FU FURNISH NiSrTB3ND NiSrTB3NDIS BOND BONDIS
CANTIS
IS RELEASED ANYWAY ANYWAYFrank
Frank Smith who has been In the city cityall cityJail
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Jail all since Aug 1C 1 awaiting his trial on onthe onthe onthe
the charge of stealing a pair MIllr of shoes shoeswas sheenwas I
was released on his own recognisance recognisanceTuesday recognlzanTuesday recognisaneeTuesday
Tuesday morning by Judge J J Whit Whitaker Whitaker Whitalter
aker akerWhen When hen Smith was arraigned he pleaded pleadedrot
rot guilty His jail was fixed at S50 S50which 30 30which 50which
which he was unable to furnish and his histrial hlstrial histrial
trial was s set t for Aug 31 As he hat hatjob a aob aob
job ob to go to he was released by 1 Judge JudgeWhltaker JudgeWhitaker JudgeWhitaker
Whitaker Tuesday on motion of Attorney AttorneC AttorneyC
C B Diehl
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painting paintingAcme paintingAcme
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Paint PaintIs V VIs
Is the 3 thest > est t to use It last lastlongest 1a 1alongest lasjlongest
longest and looks bfgt bfgtAsk btiltAsk b t tAsk
Ask for a Button ButtonCalmer ButtonCulmer ButtonCuirner
Calmer Paint PaintGlass PaintGlass PaintGlass
Glass Co
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SEARCHING FOR FORV FORQARTERS V QUAR1ERS QUAR1ERSJudge
Judge and Probation Officer Hunt Rating Hunting ¬ V Ving
ing New Location for Juve Juvenile l11yeJiiJe Juvenile ¬
nile Court Rooms RoomsAlexander l001UAlexa4er RoomsAlexander
Alexander XcMaster newly appointed appointedjudge ppolatejudge ppofatdjudge
judge of the Salt Lake Juvenile uveDn court eo1IItand courtand courtand
and Ouardello Brown chief probation probationofficer prokunofficer probgtnofficer
officer made another trip about the thecity thecity thecity
city yesterday in the quest of rooms roomsfor roo roofor roomsfor
for the juvenile court as tile they hare harebeen hayebeen havebeen
been ordered out of the city And county countybuilding eoUDtybuildIng countybuilding
building Where the cAurt hearings hearingshave hearingshave
have been held for the last three years yearsA y
A suite of three rooms room1D In the Hooper Hooperbuilding Hooperbulldlng Hooprbuilding
building In First South street have haveappeared hanappeared haveappeared
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