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City Engineer Kelsey Is Off Offthe Offthe Offthe
the Reservation With WithWarpaint Witharpaint WithWarpaint
Warpaint On OnHE OnHE OnHE
If Mi Millan II i Is named tor mayor I Ir Ir
r 1 1 with jth the Republicans this fall fallFI tant
FI r x t y Engineer L C Kelsey Kel ey yes yest yesnd
p t ind for the first time in his hisIt
It 1 = uglt with the chairman of the thet
t M rJof of public works he came out in infit Inthe int
fit t ci rrn rn in fl a determined stand against againstt
t ti ti ndidate of the American party partyJ
J r i r i hole holeii tATleii
ii U L McMhUm is the candidate for forr forri
r ri av ii ft > of Tom T m Reams onetime senator senatorI
fr f H i ttah I tah and tlw followers of Kearns Kearnsh
ha hat 11 h bn < n clamoring < for his victory victoryr
I < r tclis 0 Mr McMillan M IilIan whose who e system systemT systemTUtiOfl
c m T Jetion < TIL tion on public works is almost almostT
t T 1 c has been lnisy with prominent prominenttlie
r i t > tlie tli > T party > artv and party workers in init Inrt InC
< V it t i to < bolster up an organization organizationf organizationfIgdinst
t f fIgdinst igcDiist tlu other main body which whichporting whichrIltillg whichrting
j porting rting JoMph Lippman for pref prefm
t m i T the convention conventionr
T r lias been a warm fight between betweeni 1MtweenIll
M Ill i Ian I an and Kelsey through the dis disha dlsur disiiiade
c ur < made through the city engi engir
r 11 i jiartinent of the Inefficiency Ine lciency of ofti ofItledors ofti
ti i Itledors IrIe < ne > tors put on city work by byC byiliiU byiIdfl
C i n iliiU i n McMillan of the board of pub pubrlv
1 > TU rlv in all of which Mayor John JohnF JohnLrusfrd
F I Lrusfrd r rt 11 Ilsfnrd sf < rd has taken the side of the thei then
i tv t inpmeer That the mayor is not notf
f Y I IilUm in any fight was shown shownra shownninths honral
ra ral months ago when the chief ex exv exv exdemanded
v v demanded the resignation of off
V M f 1 hn in if IIP 1 did not vote for the py pyi
i I r t 1 r OOOO to P J Moran for re rej reI reiiIr
j I iiIr liT > n i tin outlet sewer after the thetur the1rlTl thebirL
tur birL I bungling had ruined the work workFight workFight workFight
Fight on Kelsey KelseyHIM
HIM < Ii large of Pat Connor as chief chiefd
d l 1 i i ITfl4fl it t n 111 > an H n from the city engineers engineersr
r V In ii Tuesday only made more J Ore bit bitt
1 i fi fight lit on Kelsey from the Inner Innerr
< r r i thf the American party and the thet
> t lias Itd l ia been made that serious seriousi
i < viII ill be made before the council councilT councilxtlX
T x xtlX c + vl I < iiday ur ay night against Kelsey Kelseyt Kel ey eyrJlr
t rr rJlr r is a power among the younger youngerr you er erf
r i > f th Thirty and has stirred stirredI
I tc tf t idisor board to action He Heiu HeF
iu 1 F it a d dt < maud that Kelsey be bet beb beb
b it t to time tad that he be given his hisr
r < t i gain as chief draughtsman draughtsmanI
I piomiaed ri mid that such a request requestv requ t tJrf
v j > hriro Jrf rt re the council Monday night nightU
il1 U ui Jr the American party mem meml
l 1 II I be there to back up the de des
r s i H if j the party The old slogan of oft offft
t r fft rtv that no man can get a city cityr citytm
r Mm r tm nt without the approval of oft
t r v i ommittee has not been ac act
< t all by Kelsey Kel ey who has made maden madeaNointments madetripointments
> n appointments and it is IsL now nowTV JlOWJ
J TV 1 L T Trty a i Ity ty leaders that It is about aboutt
t t h blilig ins llg him to an understanding understandingan
4 an not run things just as he heand heand heI
I and was made upon Kelsey KelseyN Kelseythat
< N y that t Connor be returned to toJ tosition
1 J > ition = to which R B Tempest Tempesti
i ildct led but this will probably be bei
1 J i i ii < 1 in I n the communication to touncil tot I
t t uncil Monday night The Theatgen The1illges Theiatges
atgen It is said will be that thats I Ii
L i s advanced favorites in the thei
t i i 1 has discharged some of the thev
v LI i notably Pat Connor ConnorIn
In Fighting Mood MoodLA MoodkHlopments MoodLi
LA m velopments have had no con conc
c t t i y i ffect upon the city engineer engineerc engineertnlay
c v t rtlay he was in fighting mood moodv moodmakes moodmakes
v makes no concealment of the theit
I ytt it t he 11 is for John S Bransford Bransfordf
f T 1 < yr ir r first last and all the time timeforthcoming timet
q t forthcoming American party partyutn prtynfl partyttifl
utn nfl no but will probably support supportI
I n if he h is chosen But if by byany byanyn any anyc
c i r n G 1 McMillan is given the theji theSt ther
ji r St > the city engineer and his hisui hisl
ui t l if v ill JI work v ork against the chairman of oft ofLlrl
t aTl i uf if works and now threaten threatent
t mh ntniip lf forces with some other otherI
I 1 ui ci party to effect the defeat of oft1 oftn oft
t1 t in who ha ugone gone out after the thei
i M 4s + gmfers ofi Ifke e Kelsey said flat flatf
f t t1 t i > tsterda that he would resign resignfr
fr t i 1is is office mCE it Mr MMllIan Millan is named namedieclar namedy
y ieclar < > s he will stand his hisT
g T t t T in the Connor episode epi ode and that thatr
r T r vtr tr r can be brought io bear to toI toim
1 > I Lirn im taken the draughtsman back backH
H r ti tiV matter rests but interestinj interestinji Interestinm11ts
< i ni m11ts ii B are promised by Connor Connorfriends Connorj Connorfijtnd8
j friends before the matter is isi IsIiposed isiipoedof
Many Ma1 Requested to Be Present at atDry atDry atDry
Dry Farming Congress at Billings Billingsu
fI Jia u call and Invitation to the theIf thet
If f t nal session of the Dry Farm Farmh
I j r h to b < > held in BilHnga BIIBn Mont MontIf
If t j > 27 7 ar i i IN S inclusive has been beenI
IT r i 1 hy > th < Commercial club the thend ther
1 c r nd m many < n < itizens here and it iti ItId
1 i Id d tha i tah and Utahs dry dryts dryds
4 ds < ts w Wi H take a prominent place placeiress placerss placerss
iress rss and attendant exhibition exhibitionhav
7 hay t hi h 1 txtended x to the thet
t of f th < T Trdte tted States the dip dipi dlpprse
i prse p T rserLttvss < ser uiti td tins es of foreign gov govttt govttr govtht
ttt nini t ttr r > and secretaries secretariesi I5eCretarleadirllro
dirllro i jtiir tiir < t1 t governors of states statesi
i rr f t or > t agii a aru1turat iiltiinl colleges and in ini
f i IIJ tI 11 wl W ar interested In the thethe thethe thet
the t he rij land problem problemft problemprfti
ft priix vrh1ipa1undertakinp pal al undertakings of the theililn theI
I ililn ir 1 ms c mgrrbs this year will be benivioattrii beIIIwatng betvotatrg
nivioattrii and fighting for more morei moreIoklJ
i 1vokii g to the establishment establishmentxr
I xr xrrirfl > rimnt rirn nt stations and ex experi experiI peri
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TODAY FOR RENO NEV NEVFollowing NEVliollowlng NEVFollowing
Following an eloquent appeal to re renounce renouuee reflounce ¬
flounce strong drink with its resultant rasultanttrain resultanttrain resultanttrain
train of evils by Evangelist Tom TomMackay TomMackay TomMackay
Mackay at the Volunteers of o America Amarteaheadquarters Amertheadquarters Americaheadquarters
headquarters on Commercial street last lastnight Il1stnight lastnight
night one lone convert raised his hand handand handand handand
and signified his intention of leading the theChristian theChristian theChristian
Christian life ire from now on The prin principal princlpal ¬ i icipal
cipal speaker at the special temperance temperanceservices temperanceservJces temperanceservices
services last night was Mrs Irs E E EShepard ESbepftrd EShepard
Shepard state president pre tdent of the W V C CT CT CT
T U UMrs UMra UMrs
Mrs Shepard painted in vivid word wordpictures wordpictures wordpictures
pictures the terrible evils evl of strong drink drinkand drinkand drinkand
and exhorted her hearers hear to forsake the thebanner theblumer thebanner
banner of rum and take up the banner bannerof
of Christ That her remarks struck struckhome struckhome struckhome
home was evident from the manner in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they were received by the audi audience audleooe audience ¬
ence present presentShe pre8CntShe presentShe
She compared the evils of drink to tothe tothe tothe
the sirenlike maidens of India beau beautiful beeutltul beautiful ¬
tiful of face and figure and sylphlike sylphlikein s lphUlCIn
in their grace of movement but on onwhose onwhose onwhose
whose lips lurked such deadly poison poisonthat polSnthat poisonthat
that whoever kissed them was imme immediately immediately immediately ¬
diately struck dead Strong drink drinklures drinklure drinklures
lures man on causes him to forget all allthat allthat altthat
that he holds sacred and often results resultsin
in the deepest crime said she Ueen Ueenthough even eventhough eventhough
though its appearance for a time is islike islike islike
like that of the girls of India IndiaHis IndiaHis IndiaHis
His Own Experience ExperienceIn
In Ills hi characteristic way Tom TomMackay TomMackay ToniMackay
Mackay after Indorsing what had been beensaid beenMid beensaid
said by Mrs Shepard launched forth forthin
in a stirring appeal to those of his hishearers llishearers hishearers
hearers who indulged in liquor to for forsake forke ¬
sake ke it and bow bo before the mercy merc seat seatof seatof seatof
of the Redeemer RedeemerI
1 have been down in the depths depthssaid depUlssaid depthssaid
said he I had a magnificent furniture furniturestore furnituretore furniturestore
store > > in Grand Rapids not many years yearsago yearsago ears earsago
ago My family lived in a fine home homeThey homeThey homeThey
They both were lost as the result of ofdrinking ofdrinking ofdrinking
drinking Yes I even served a term in inprison inprl inprison
prison prl on as the result of the curse of ofdrink ofdrink ofdrink
drink But thank God through the thegrace thegrace thegrace
grace of Jesus Christ I saw the evil evilof evilof evilof
of my way and repented The first firstthing firstthing firstthing
thing I did was wa to start In the saloon saloonclosing saloonc10 saloonclosing
closing c10 ing business I did succeed right rightaway rightawa rightaway
away awa in closing one on saloon and that thatone thatone thatone
one was located just beneath my nose noseThere n08eThere noseThere
There is plenty to do in Salt Lake in inthe InUle inthe
the way of reformation A great field fieldIs
Is here for the worker I have not been beenin
in any city of the same size where wherethere wherethere wherethere
there was so o much for the evangelist evangelistBut
But for a time I must leave you To Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow I leave for fO Reno Nev to start startthe startthe startthe
the crusade there against the drink and andgambling andgambling andgambling
gambling evils I understand that the thefield theHeld
field Is big but the bigger the field fieldwith fieldwith
with ith Gods help the bigger the work workThe workThe workThe
The services in Volunteers hall will willgo willgo willgo
go right on however There will be no noletup noletup noletup
letup in the fight on the Devil DevilComplaints DeviLWOE
Complaints Regarding Night NightCrowd NightCrowd NightCrowd
Crowd in Front of Lincoln LincolnHouse LincolnHouse LincolnHouse
House HouseComplaints HouseComplaints HouseComplaints
Complaints were made to the police de department department d dpartment ¬
partment yesterday by several women womenthat womenthat womenthat
that First South street in front of the theLincoln theLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln house Is being at night obstructed
by men living in the hotel On woman womansaid womansaid WeftlaRsaId
said saidTuesday
< Tuesday night about 1039 oclock 1 1was 1waa 1was
was down town I live a short tUlane dtetancon > <
on East First South stree o that I was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not warranted in taking a street car 1 1started 1tltarted istarted
started to walk and when I r6ach r ached d the th
Lincoln house I was compelled COl ltehed to walk
in the street On the building side of the thesidewalk tINsidewalk thesidewalk
sidewalk men were lined up fr > r f the en entire enUre entire ¬
tire distance two deep sitting in chains
On the gutter side of the side sidwalk a Ik where wherethere wherfOthere wherethere
there are some iron rails the men were wereliterally w wereliterally < < e eliterally
literally stacked They were exptctorat exptctorating
ing upon the sidewalk so that if a woman womanpassed womanplUJlled womanpassed
passed along the street she would be bepelled com compelled compelled ¬
pelled to hold up her skirt or get them themruined themruined themruined
ruined ruinedSaturday ruinedSaturday ruinedSaturday
Saturday night I had occasion to pas pasthe pasthe paathe <
the place This time I did not walk in inthe tnthe inthe
the street As I passed about onethird onethirdof
of the th men sitting there passed some re remark remark remark ¬
mark about me I think something should
be done to clear the sidewalk so that thatwomen thatwomen thatwomen
women passing alone up the street wJI wJInot wi w1Inot l lnot
not have to walk throughsuch through such a crowd crowdMany crowdMany crowdMany
Many complaints have been made to the thepolice th thpollee thpolice < =
police department in the past few month monthabout montwabout inontlmabout
about the sidewalk in front of the Lin Lincoln Lincoln Liiicoin ¬
coln bouse At each complaint the po policeman ¬
liceman on the street has been instructed instructedto
to clear the sidewalk but the guests of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house soon forget the warning and
before long the sidewalk is again filled filledPOLiCE fmooFORMER filledpc
pc a aFORMER
Los Angeles Aug 25 5Edward Edward Kern Kernformer Kernfonner Kernformer
former chief of police of this city went wenton
on the stand today in the trial of former forowChief ConnMChief formerChief
Chief of Police Thomas H Droadhead IJro < < dhe cl for forbribery forbribe forbribery
bribery bribe and dented den every statement made madeby madeby madeby
by Nick Oswald that would tend to In Incriminate Incriminate incrimunate ¬
criminate Broadhead BroadheadBroadhead BroadheadBroadhead BroadheadBroadhead
Broadhead was a captain of police un under under under ¬
der Kern and succeeded him a as chief chiefof
of police ° Oswald was the alleged Ten ¬
derloin King at the time Broadhead was wascaptain wascaptain wascaptain
captain and has testified that he paid
both Kern and Broadhead money for pro pro ¬
tection tectionA
A number of police officers testified
today in regard liard to orders Issued by Kern Kernand Kernand Kernund
and Broadhead for the closing of the
disorderly houses housesREADINGS housesREADINGS
Reading and interpretation of selections
from Bernard Shaws Man and Super ¬
man and Olive Schreiners Dreanw to ¬
gether with readings from Charlotte Per ¬
kin Oilmans UIn In This Our OurVorld World will
form the program of the meeting tonight tonightCopies tonifhtat
at Unltarla hall No US South Second
East ast street at 8 oclock oclockCopies oelockCopies
Copies of the first number of Up the th
Divide a new magazine edited jointly
by Duren J H Ward Ph DTofDen D of Den
ver and William Thurston Drown ef o t this
city will be distributed The public to
invited to toattend attend the therneetftig therneetftigS meeting meetingD
50 D Evans EvansUndertaker EvansUlldertaker EvansiJadertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed to tonew tonew tonew
new location 48 South State street streetSHIBTEY3IACMILTjAr streetSIIIBJEYJIAC3I1LTN StreetSIIIBLEYM4tC3IILTJAN
The only 001 stationery and office officesupply officesupply officesupply
supply store in Salt Lake oper operating operating operating ¬
ating their own printing office
71 E 3rd So Both phones phonesMcCoys phonesMcCoys phonesSI
McCoys livery carriage and light lightlivery lIg lightlivery t tlivery
livery Bith uth phone > SI SIHighest IIIco I IHighest
co coHlshest
Highest price paid for or strictly fresh freshggs freabtSgq fresheggs
Mrs W C Harroun and Her HerDaughter HerDaughter HerDaughter
Daughter Finnally F Extin Extinguish Extinguish Extinguish ¬
guish Flames t tMrs jlr3
+ + + + + + + + + + + +
4 Mrs lr3 Edwin Harnian No 9S 966 W Vst VstFirst < st stFirst stFirst +
+ First North street was so sever severely severelyburned H Hburned + I
+ burned yesterday afternoon that her lieirecover herrecovery I Irecover
+ recover recovery Is doubtful the lower part partof + i
+ of her legs being blistered and her herarms Iwrarms herarms +
+ arms from wrist to elbow being in inthe illthe inthe +
+ the same condition Mrs Harman Harmunis + p pis
+ is 61 years old and Dr AV V F Beer Beerwho BfTwho Beerwho +
+ who was called immediately said baidlast saidlast saidlast +
+ last night that with her tempera temperature tempffature temperature +
+ ture below normal he feared Mat Matshe tilalshe +
4 + she would not be able to recov r recover recoverfrom COVtrfrom er erfrom +
+ from the shock shockMrs shOckIra shOckMrs +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + +
Mrs Ira Harman was burning rubbish In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the yard at the rear of her home at 11 iioclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock yesterday morning when liP liPclothing herclothing i iclothing
clothing caught fire She did not realiz realizthat r realizthat aliz alizthat
that her skirt was burning until ttv ttvflames th5flames
flames reached her neck and a nd th 1I1In 1I1Inscrfamlng thnscreaming < > n nscreaming
screaming she ran to the home of Mrs MrsV Mrsw 15 15Yo
w Yo V C Harroun next door doorMrs doorIrs doorMrs
Mrs Harroun tried to extinguish thr thrblaze th thblaze thblaze
blaze by b holding the woman under a ahydrant al1ydrant ahydrant
hydrant but this was not effectual Miss MissVernon MissVernon lIssVernon
Vernon Harroun heard the screams screamswhile screamswhile screamswhile
while she was in the bath tub and sh shgrabbed she shegrabbed shegrabbed <
grabbed two blankets One blanket sh shput 8hput shput
put about herself and the other she sat saturated saturated saturated ¬
urated with water and in a few second secondshe secondshe secondshe
she had extinguished the flames flamesMrs Oames1Irs flamesMrs
Mrs Harman was taken to her home homeand homeand
and Dr W V F Beer made the th run from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the L D S hospital In n thirteen thirt en minutes minutesDr I
Dr Beer said last night that his patient
The funeral of Benjamin B Hey HeyWOOd HeyWOOdwill wood woodwill
will be held this afternoon at 4 oclock oclockfrom oclockfrom ocleekfrom
from the home of the Salt Lake lodge lodgeof
of Elks Iks Mr Heywood during his life was wasan wasan wasan
an active member of the Elks lodge and andwas andU andwas
was U associated with the movement to be bevgtn l1eiftD begin
gin a home for the Elks He was an ar ardent ardent ardent ¬
dent worker for its successful completion completionRev
Rev P A Simpkin pastor of Phillips PhillipsCongregational PhillipsConjfregatlonfl PhillipsCongregatlOn4l
Congregational church will preach the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral service ser Judge C C Goodwin a alifelong alifelong alifelong
lifelong friend of Mr Heywood will de deliver deliver deliver ¬
liver the eulogy eulogyExalted eulogyExalted eulogyExalted
Exalted Ruler J W Collins Esteemed EsteemedLeading EsteemedLeading EateemedLeading
Leading Knight A G Mackensle Es Esteemed Esteemed Esteemed ¬
teemed Lecturing Knight L C Kelsey KelseyChaplain KelseyChaplain KelseyChaplain
Chaplain P P Christensen and Tyler D DL DL DL
L Nickum will take part in the Elks Elksritualistic ElksrttuaUstic Elksritualistic
ritualistic funeral ceremony both at the thelodge thelodge thelodge
lodge rooms and at the cemetery cemeteryHonorary cemeteryHonorary cemeteryHonorary
Honorary pallbearers for Mr Ir Heywood Heywoodwill
will be Colonel E A Wall all C M Freed FreedJudge FreedJudge FreedJudge
Judge J A Marshall Judge O W V Pow Power Powera ¬
er era Judge W M 1 McCarthy C E Loose LooseWilliam LooeeWilliam LooseWilliam
William Nelson former Mayor Ma or Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson E R Wheelon and Matthew MatthewCullen MatthewCulien IatthewCullen
Cullen All of these were close friends friendsof
of Mr Heywood and most of them are aremembers aremembers aremembers
members of the Elks lodge Of the active activepallbearers activepallbearers activepallbearers
pallbearers all are Elks They are Joseph JosephLippman Jo JosephLlppman eph ephLippman
Lippman P L Williams Frank I Se Sefrit Sefrlt Sefrit
frit Gideon Snyder C H Reed J H HManderfield HManderfield HManderfeid
Manderfield W J Halloran and M K KParsons KParllOns KParsons
Parsons ParsonsThe ParllOnsThe ParsonsThe
The interment will be in the City ceme cemetery cemetery eemetery ¬
tery beside the graves of his mother his Illswife hisife hiswife
wife his two sisters and his brother brotherIn
In Memoriam MemoramIn
In memory of the late Benjamin B Hey Heywood Heywood Heywood ¬
wood the officers and members of the theeuxtUary thefiuxlUary theauxiliary
auxiliary of the American party adopted adoptedthe
the following resolutions resolutionsThat reBOuttonSThat resolutionsThat
That we deeply deplore the untimely untimelyHARDLY untimelyDL untimelyHABDLY
HARDLY DL Y seems possible possiblebut
but its it S true trueWere trueVere trueWe
Were We re selling a aKENT aKENT aKENT
proq ti7MLI ti7MLITIlls
This Week for forD for50c for50c
50c 50cGet D lo loGet
Get one oneyoull youll like it itWHERE itSCHRAMMS itSHAMMS
wa in gioat pain If sh survived sanj the theshock theshoek theshock
shock he h said she he might roc rCT tr as the theburn theburm theburns
burn though extensive fxtns p v WI i r V not so sodeep sodEtp sodeep
deep bit that new skin would form with ivithout without vlthout
out grafting
Benjamin n B Heytvood H ywood to Be BeBuried BeBuried
Buried uriedFriends Today by the Elks ElksFriends
Friends Will Be Honorary Pallbearers PallbearersResolutions Resolutions in Mem Memory Memory Memory ¬
ory of Deceased Passed by Ladies Auxiliary of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American Party
removal by death of our beloved 1l 10Wd friend friendand Mendand
and fellow worker In the American party
Benjamin B Heywood but recognizing r
the inevitable humble our will to the All
Wise Ruler of the Universe who directs
the destinies of men Therefore be it
Resolved That we the officers ll and andmembers andmem andmembers
members mem crs of tbe Ladles auxiliary of the
American party place ourselves on record
in the highest appreciation of the manly
qualities amiable and unselfish character characterand r raDd
and sterling integrity of our departed
brother and keenly feel his death as a
dear friend and earnest fellow worker We Wewere Wewere Wewere
were fond and proud of him hl realizing
that he was the soul of honor and nd true truemanhood truemanhood truemanhood
manhood His death is Inexpressibly sad sadand Iltdaoo sadand
and we extend to the widow and family familyof
of Jlr fr Heywood our sincerest sympathy
In their hour of bereavement and be It
further furtherResolved furtherResolved furtherResolved
Resolved That them resolutions be re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded in the minutes of the th auxiliarys auxiliarysmeeting auxiliarymeeting auxiliarysmeeting
meeting and a copy thereof be engrossed engrossedand engros ed edand
and delivered to the widow and family familyof
of Mr r Heywood HeywoodMRS HeywoodMRS HeywoodMRS
President PresidentMRS PresidentMRS PresidentMRS
Secretary SecretaryWork SecretaryBAMBfRGrR SecretaryBMDEGERROAD
Work of Changing From Steam to toElectric to1eotric
Electric Eleotric1ower Power Progrestes ProgrestesHew
New Poles in Place PlaceTrolley FlaceTrolley PlaceTrolley
Trolley poles on the Salt Lake L Og Ogden Ogden Ogden
den railroad have been placed and the thework thework thework
work of changing power from steam to toelectricity toekctricity toelectricity
electricity is progressing rapidly H A AStrauss AStraulMI AStrauss
Strauss consulting engineer from Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago arrived in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayand
and stated that work on the foundation foundationfor
for the power plant at Lagoon has al already already already ¬
ready been started startedA
A steam shovel is also in operation in inthe Inthe inthe
the sand cut near Ogden getting out outmaterial outmaterial outmaterial
material for the fill where the tracks trackswill trackswfli trackswill
will be elevated to cross the Oregon
Dr A C Young Declares He Was WasPlaced WasPlaced WasPlaced
Placed In Wrong Light LightIn
In reply to the criticism criUcl m of L D
Stewart deputy state food foo and dairy in ¬
spector who charged him with exagger exaggerating exaggerfltlnjf ezaggeritIng ¬
ating dairy conditions near Provo Dr
A C Young Y oun state veterinarian denies
that he even undertook the inspection In pectlon of
Provo dairies as that work rests with withother withother withother
other state officials He state tat that he hewa hewas hewas
was called to the lake bottom region to
investigate an alleged epidemic of anthrax anthraamong
among amon the milch cows and that his re report repprt report ¬
port was Confined to this subject en ¬
He states that he found diseased ftl elied cattle cattleranging catUeranging cattleranging
ranging and pasturing with other cattle cattlewhos cattlewhos cattlewhos
whos milk was HI used ue < 1 ty the dairymen In
their trade He i ondemned Uh < care
lewre rtii1 onleil onl 1 al ill difpasfl dif > asf COWl
Wparattil from tri t otlifrs e > IK nd s iw w to
it tl tht t th n isiur lur s Where tilt djsesgeCOs jiseased is ed
eos hi L < 1 uu vi it jjljwul U p > and 00 in inother Inother Inother
other ways disinfected disinfectedKodak disinfectedKodak disirifectedKodak
Kodak Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake Jliotj fcppiy ppy co 142 Man
Matter of Sunday Closing Js JsTaken JsTaken isTaken
Taken Up at the Regular RegularMeeting RegularMeeting RegularMeeting
Meeting MeetingThe
The Salt Lake Retail Clerks Clerkaclatlon aaw aawclatton aswelation
elation will lend every effort possible possibleto
to make the great Labor day parade a agrand agrand agrand
grand success This was decided at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the association in the rooms roomsof I roomp roompof OIntI OIntIof
of James Kerch on West Temple Templelast street streetlast streetlast
last night In addition tp t dl dlplans discussingplans discussing discussingplans
plans for the parade the clerks took tookup tookup weltup
up the matter of Sunday closing closingThe cloalDThe closingThe
The meeting was well attended atte 1ded con considering COftsiderin considering ¬
sidering the summer weather drawback drawbackabout drawbackabout drawbackabout
about twentyfive clerks being present presentThe preu presentThe t tThe
The association aa will form in the seventh seventhdivision seventhdivision eveathdivision
division of the big Labor day parade paradeand
and a special request requ t is made by the theofficers theofftcers theofficers
officers of the association 88 that all the theclerks theclerks theclerks
clerks who possibly po bly can get off duty for fora
a short time line up in the parade paradeIt
It is thought that t t a good representa representation ¬
tion will be seen In the line of march marchthat marchthat marchthat
that dar darAbe da daAbe daAbe
Abe Martin secretary of the associa association as association ocla oclation ¬
tion stated bust night that the clerks clerksare
are pleased with the good results r ults of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crusade against the Sunday open opendoor opendoor opendoor
door policy of some of the merchants of ofthe ofthe
the city He says that the association associationis
is keeping a close clo e watch on the situ situation situatlon ¬
ation and the first infraction of the theSunday theSunday theSunday
Sunday closing law will be followed by bya
a prosecution prosecutionAt
At the meeting last night fifteen fifteenmembers ftftPenmembers fifteenmembers
members were initiated into the asso association assodation assoelation ¬
elation and as many more applications applicationsare
are ready to be acted on at the next nextregular nextreguiar nextregular
regular meeting which hleh will be held heldthe heldfolllJwillK heldfollowing
folllJwillK the Labor Lab r day celebration celebrationBATTLE celebrationS celebrationBATUE
Thirty Oxen Offered OfferedIndians Indians Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Here for Big Feature of ofNext ofNet ofNext
Next State Pair PairTim FitirThirty ThurThirty
Tim Thirty ty oxen owned by a man in south southin
in ru Idaho have been offered to the of ofluidH oflitial ofl
luidH l luls < of the Inland Empire exposition expositioni
i i r us usc in the great Battle of the thePlains tile1Iaill thePhtjiis
Plains > which will be the big feature of ofCe ofIlt ofia
Ce Ilt fair The big battle will require a attriB atting
< ttriB t 1 i ng showing scenes from early earl days daysn1
n1 the presence pre pf ence of the oxen will add addrj IUItIry addvry
vry rj iirch m h to the picture President PresidentJrfonald J Ji JU
U i M Donald who has taken personal personali pet8Onaldarg personalharg
i ijjr of this event is arranging to have havea
a M s > iic on th plains reproduced am near neartn neartll neart
tn t in n possible and the entire state stateb
i is b lug scoured for any kind of relics relicsi
i I pioneer days da that will be available availablein
fir in use > in the big spectacle spsctacleI sp ctacle ctacleTil
Til I Fii In Indians frm the reservations who whovili whowill whowill
will take part in the battle will bring bringv bringwith
v wit with ith It i them in TI a full equipment and will es establish fiSt establish ¬
tablish t a hlish n i camp on the grounds Some of ofthe oftilt oftIe
the > Indian fighters of early days are arebeing arehing arebeing
being engaged to assist in preparing the thedttals therJtaHs theletalS
dttals and unless pitsent pr s nt plans mis misfirry mlsarry misIrry
firry the public will be treated to one onei ontor
i or if f the moHt realistic spectacles ever seen seent1
11 the west westFIGHTfR westFIGHTER
Michael J Fanning Is Scheduled for forTwo iorTwo forTwo
Two Talks in This City on onSunday onSunday
Sunday SundayMichael SundayMichael SundayMichael
Michael J Fanning of Philadelphia Pa Panoted PLnoted Panoted
noted wherever where the English language ls lsspoken illpoken isspoken
spoken as a powerful factor In the tem temperance tempermce ternperance ¬
perance fight will lecture at the Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Christian church at U oclock next nextSunday nextSunday nextSunday
Sunday morning and again at the Phil Phillips Pblllips Phillips ¬
lips Congregational church at S oclock oclockin
in the evening Temperance subjects will willbe willhandled willbe
be handled at each lecture lectureMr
Mr Fanning Is known as the noted notedIrish notedIrish notedIrish
Irish Orator His campaigns against the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon have extended over two continents continentsand
and have led to the styling of the lec lecturer lechtrEr lecturer ¬
turer as the greatest advocate of pro prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition in the United States StatesFanning StatesFanning StatesFanning
Fanning has delivered 15000 addresses addressesagainst addressesagainst addressesagainst
against the saloon and its results He Herecently Herecently Herecently
recently closed a campaign in Indiana Indianacovering IndianaOvering Indianacovering
covering twentyfour weeks W eka during duringwhich duringwhich
which he visited 152 towns addressed d 234 234meetings 234meetings 34 34meetings
meetings and raised nearly 110000 for use usein useIn usein
in the temperance fight fightHe fightHe fightHe
He Is said to be an eloquent and force forceful forceful forceful ¬
ful speaker combining a rare Irish wit witan witan witan
an impressive presence and logical logicalreasoning logicalreasoning logicalreasoning
reasoning reasoningTakes reasoningNES8OYS
Takes All the leading Members of ofPolice ofPolice ofPolice
Police Force to Arrest Three of ofThem ofThemMuch ofThemMuch
Them ThemMuch Much Excitement ExcitementYesterday ExcitementYesterday ExcitementYesterday
Yesterday afternoon Charles McGillis McGillisEdward McGillisEdwm1 MeGillisEdward
Edward Cain and Charles Jacobson all allnewsboys annewsboys allnewsboys
newsboys were arrested arre ted by Detectives DetectivesGeorge D DetectivesGeorge < tectlvesGeorge
George Chase and Earl Ripley for fight fighting flShtIng fightIng ¬
ing ingWhen
When the trio reached the police sta station station atetion ¬
tion fully onehalf of the newsy popu population population popuiation ¬
lation of the city was as there to see them themgo th themgo < m mgo
go behind the bars On the way to the thestation thestation thestation
station McGillis became sassy 8U and De Detective Detectlv Betective ¬
tective Ripley Rlpl y Is said to have used some somewords somewords somewords
words which McGillis took exception to toIt toIt toIt
It took the combined efforts of George GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheeta GeorgeSheets
Sheets chief of detectives S M Barlow Barlowchief Barlowchief Barlowchief
chief of police Lieutenants Hempel and andShannon andShannon andShannon
Shannon two duty sergeants and the thedesk theduk thedesk
desk sergeant to get matters righted Mc McGillis McGillis MeGulls ¬
Gillis was allowed to go on 10 bail and andthe andthe andthe
the other two were placed in the boys boysward boysward boysward
ward wardTUNNEL wardTUNNEL wardTUNNEL
Butte Mont Aug 25 25Advces Advices in this thiscity thiscity
city today are to the effect that efforts effortsto
to extinguish the fire raging in the tun tunnel tunnel tunnet ¬
nel of the Billings and Northern railway railwayt
t ten n miles north of Billings have prov provineffectual provedIneffectual proved provedIneffectual
Ineffectual and nd that the portals of the thebore thebore thebore
bore are now being bUlkhEaded in the thehope thehope thehope
hope of smothering the flames It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been impossible to get water upon the theburning theburning theburning
burning timbers AH trains are being beingrouted beingroutaod beingrouted
routed by way of Helena The tunnel tunnelfir tunnelfirstprtd
fir firstprtd > ati ltprt rtd It Sunday SundayYou und8 morning mOlfllngYou morningYou
You dont want cheap jewel jewelry ¬
ry It is almost disgrace to towear towear towear
wear it and andan an ever constant constantannoyance constantannoyance constantannoyance
annoyance on account of de defects defects defects ¬
fects fectsPay fectsPay fectsPay
Pay a reasonable price priceand priceand priceand
and insist on something somethinggood sometlrin somethinggood o 1o < 1 1good
good goodBuy goodBuy goodBuy
Buy of us and rely on our ourguarantee ourgualantee ourguarantee
guarantee guaranteeSALT
170 170umst
IIAIM umst umstSALT sr srSALT
f j
Buy a 9 975 75 Suit Today TodayThats
Thats the price we put on a spe special special spethai ¬
cial lot that contains values up to 35 2CiMostlr 26Mostly 35Mostly
Mostly Benjamin Suits and all fci fcithis btthis inthis
this seasons styles stylesPatterns stylesPatterns styloPatterns
Patterns are attractive tad plena plenaing p1 p1esing w wing
ing and there is a full run of s sJuet sixea sixeaJust ze zeJust
Just come in m and see tkam if there thereis j jis
is any question in in your mind ab about aboutthem bouttitoni < rat ratthem
them being the biggest vahw you were wereever wereever wet wetever
ever offered offeredRemoval offeredRemoval
1 1Removal
Removal Sale Now On at 111113 Main Street
Real Estate Men Believe G A AR AR AR1
R R1 Encampment Was Good Goodfor Goodfor Goodfor
for City CityThat
That the G A R national encampment encampmentin encampmetiin t tIn
in this city elt August I to 14 is bound boundto
to result in much good to Salt Lake LaktaDd Lakeand Likand
and other cities in the state of Utah Utahthe ws wsthe westhe >
the unanimous opinion of the members < > 1 tthe 1the I
the Salt Lake Real Estate association associationwho
who met at the regular semimonthly semimonthlymeeting semimonthlymeeting edmonthlymeeting
meeting at the Commercial club yustfi yustfiday yesHday yesterdaY
day afternoon afternoonNot
Not much business was scheduled to tocome tocome tocome
come before the meeting and the prim prind prindpal prInlpal i ipal
pal discussion had to do with the result resultof resultsof <
of the encampment Although AIt ough not many manyeal manyeal manyreal
eal estate sales have been mane so far faras fala faras
as a result of the visit of the veterans veteransand veteranand veteransand
and their friends to this city during the theearly thearly theany
early any part of this month still hardly hardlyenough hardlyenougb hardlyenough
enough time has elapsed for good im impressions Imprea hapreasions ¬
pressions prea Ions received to take effect effectDealers effectDealers effectDealers
Dealers reported that many inquiries inquirieshad
had been received and judging from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tone of the questions asked both bothby bothby bothby
by person and by letter it will not be bea
a difficult matter to convince prospective prospectiveinvestors ppecttveinVelltUl8 prospectiveinvestors
investors that realty in this city is a aperfectly aperfectly aperfectly
perfectly safe Investment InvestmentInquiries invHtmenLInquiries InvestmentInquiries
Inquiries are daily being received by bySecretary bJSecretary bySecretary
Secretary J L Perkes of the Salt Lake LakeReal LakeReal LakeReal
Real Estate association a with regard to tothe tothe tothe
the advantages of Salt Lake real estate estateThese e8tateThese estateThese
These letters have all been answered an wered and andinstances andInstanCe8 andInstances
instances have been cited where those in investing Investing investing ¬
vesting have made good go d proms on money moneyinvested DWaeyImested moneyInvested
invested investedThere ImestedThere InvestedThere
There were present at the meeting yes yesterday YHterday yesterday ¬
terday J L Perkes William R Jones JonesJr
Jr r A E H Peterson E Butterworth ButterworthR
R A Ranck W E Hubbard W G GTuttle GTuttle GTuttle
Tuttle A H Parsons George M Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non M Settle E H Hill W 1 V E Baird BairdR
R E Baird and JP J P Mahan MahanBreeden MtlbanBreeden MahanBreedenOfficeSupply
Breeden BreedenOfficeSupply Office Supply Co Cofor Coor Cofcr
for or stationery typewriters systems 60 60West 60Wtst 60West
West 2nd nd So Both telephones tel phones The Thelargeat Thelareeat Thelargest
largest stationery store in Utah Utahr
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Roof Paint PaintAcme aint aintAcme
Acme Quality QualityTo
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5 5To
To be good Roof Paint mart martspread JDUHspread mustsprea
spread sprea well axil tavt d mWHty dW1IWUt1If mWHtyIf
If it ha haa these qaliti it pre preserves prtserves preserves ¬
serves the weed wo d to the best t It advan advantage aiftJlbIKe atxtage ¬
Ask for Aome Quality QualityCulmer QwUqCulmer QwalItyCulmer
Culmer Paint PaintGlass PaintGlass PaintGlass
Glass Co
37 East 1st South SouthJIL
Wind Up Prices PricesOn
On Ladies Childrens s and Mens MensWe MensOXFORDS Men s sOXFORDS
We close in two weeks for remodeling for the thenew new Walk WalkOver WalkOver WalkOver
Over Store and we must make prices to move the goods goodsLadies goodsLadies goodsLadies
Ladies 300 Oxfords all leathers in black all styles stylesnov stylesnowgoat
nov nowgoat go at It e
145 165 and 195 195Ladies 195Ladies 195Ladies
Ladies Black Oxfords 350 to 450 grades now
235 to 315 315BUT 315BUT 315BUT
All ladies Tan Oxfords 300 to 350 values only
195 195All
All ladies Tan Oxfords 400 450 4 50 and 500 OO kinds kindsmade kindsmade r rmade
made by Cousins Wicliert Gardiner and other high highgrade highgrade ti tigrade
grade factories to close out all go at the ridiculous figure
295 295All
All these Oxford prices are made regardless of original originalcost originalcost
cost we bought this stock at a big reduction and we are aremaking aremaking aremaking
making prices that can never be made on goods bought boughtregularly boughtregularly boughtregularly
regularly regularlyRemember regularlyRemember ji jiRemember
Remember these were bought for the regular Romney
trade and there is not one pair that has been run in for forthe forthe forthe
the sale a aFINAL
FINAL ON MENS 600 OXFORDS 395 395The 395The 395The
The finish on childrens goods goods95c goods95c goods95c
95c 115 125 135 1359almost 135almost 135almost
almost exactly onehalf the th regular prices pricesDo pri prieeaDo ea eaDo
Do not wait too long only two weeks more moreRomney moreRomney moreRomney
Romney Closing Out Sale
214 Main Street StreetHARDING StreetHARDING
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