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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUG 26 1909
CHOIR HAVING HAVIN6U
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THEIR THEIRRECiTION RECEPTION AT ATWELCOMES NAMPA NAMPAWELCOMES NAMPAW
WELCOMES W ELCOM ES ALL ALLALONG ALONG THE THEROUTE TH THEROUTEALL E EROUTEALL
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In I b bill all iiiil ii 1 boxes V VTrlf f fev f fi < w triinla ii hk be beir b
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H 1 the I lilTMtii Ii lIclI i j tof f f T TIIII > iu s Spen SpenM Spenali
M ali > l Mtaiit l I allt tIl t Keiieral jassenirei a atrII nCpl agent agentl
l I littnild t i 1 to i all II I Se 4 KMfil KMfilT if > Inll Inllr
T p I haitlanci th iTondmt iTondmtakenicri onllll ir oJ and andA ailitike
> akenicri ike i i < n i T Ti ee p and ackiud ackiudur aki i U A ere rt in inPerron 111o ii
o ur r i f 1 tho th I h train vih V h i ieoiidn Perron Perroni FerPOnollIOJI IeII Ofl OflII
eoiidn ollIOJI II I tur uf tin i Ill inaiit T Tlinuii TIs I i is i gen genof genI
linuii I IIIU ly I y thf ti way ii i u i brthti brthtisinger br1 hr h c of our ouri ourT1Ker ouritili
singer unJ ar date L i lla ii l Frr i iI rntii rntiiAi
Ai 1 J v in II thfj Ih < Jo fhappy hay haul load of ofI f
lrah 1 I f ah t v i infers tn I1gIi I8art1ed st t i ted on t ti h ir way a aPgdi
Otd tg Pgdi < i vas 0 reached Iiiti at R 910 p in i where whereiiothtr wtlerethfr Iieii Iieiitb4
iiothtr thfr tb4 Piiliman was t tiacht aIitil > l IIldng in ii iking a arand alOnd alid
rand lid total of f r 4 41 5 soiil and twelve Ii I f cars carsiv carif earI <
iv if I of Tif T i uUiipr 1JIIJ1Io r booked having been beenft
ft II b botoind botoindJII hiliii Miii Miiione
one JII liii jriu lJ pi man nii in his anxiety airl airlS a1l11g aiiiIant
S llantA Iant for iijp sweetheart left the cars carsmd carend i
md 1d rar ver r to I the store to buy some somefet oii oiit I
> fet t ttns I = hut t before his return he heis lieI I
is fr I ini T to t c tch up U and now his histi1 hisz
ti1 1118 z is i 11 iving LVI a t time wtth the other fel felw felur tlw fslby
w ur leatiT Ifa hr r SieDheiis Il ItL iu connectlou with withus withthir I II I
us I thfrmierlj thir and practical training along alongnusical aloneullkaI
nusical int 1t also L1s4 showed his hi tovo and andnxiety andhi
nxiety xiet iYr ur his hi children of tho tb choir by byng I
ing ng Ti j > and thou thoutful fitful Instructions Instructions1eganJs ltu5truetfOll8regiJrd intructoniogI
> 1eganJs providing I viJing titig for he 1 journey with withtrm withrm wi wirin
> trm iotliiug T tI in OOh osuenee iqucnce of tne tneDifference tftoifereTHt t tfferer
Difference fferer > in I I elimat i A the thelIi frequent frequentins
< ins lIi o the 111 t northwest northwestCaptains nurthwestCapt m rthwetCaptains
Captains Capt ins Are Ar Named NamedVpurt Namedlpart Namedprt
Vpurt Tom ii the I h regular rgu ar train crew a aiptalr aJ artatr
J iptalr from the th Tnemlars mEmt n waa appointed appointedM
M oofc 1 ifier 11 i each p h car ar and ita occupanta occupantaA
A writ nritu mt Httie i C < co was posted at the end endof endof endo
of o the t rs r in ti r r srard ant toT to the d iys pro proK pr0gram proMm
K gram ui und v < ryrhing IiirIg waa thoroughly and andiiy ands
f s temjtJh lim t iiy I I planned Li nued The captains captainsVilowe captatusre
re r as a Vilowe Vilowerar ilOW6o i i iI
o I 1 rar hr Durban with S3 3 people peopleI
of 0111 Og1 1 I with white badges bwcrthed bwcrthedtieorgo InIIcrtbedOgden InacribedI
ogden ogdeno I gdet tieorgo I j or Shorten hij j captain captainr ptgjp ptgjpurora
o 2 2tain r Aurora 11 urora Sam Winter cap capogden
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tJ P < CoJumpH George Midgtey MidgteyColorado XI187LJtail LIdgleyI
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Vo I i iNo I Colorado James JamestaIP Hurst HurstChtoora B1I1Btptau
ptau ptauo taIP taIPI
No o I j dll I Chtoora Calvin 8Smith 8SmithXo 8 SmD SmDJPtab Smltkcztai1
JPtab cztai1l JPtabSO
Xo l i ir r Jarama L R Miller cap capar capar capar
0 0itai ar Couac Cossack George Margetta MargettaPeterataurg Jlarpttt3i
itai itaiNo tai <
t3ica
No Noihillif ca 8t 8tcaptain Peterataurg P Sid id R RIiIHI flilij
ihillif ihillifNo IiIHI ilij captain captaina saptalneheneetady <
No o a SC Schenectady IRJtMJr H J SmithB Smith
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B Ui 1 Jv V ravelins peongr s eHw agent agentthe BgtmtnllIti gntII
nllIti II I the train for the Oregon Oregoni
> i rt t IMH 1 Iipany Iipanyri I IpliflyII
I ri r > Miate 111 II O chofrM c maicr membera memberaif
if u iiJ I words aqd committed committedVMIIS
VMIIS ds Ii i memory nlllry ir teulttbl au is to 0 the town townrie to townI
ie 1 i t I I will wAIlC ihi stop a j bag enojgh tno1lpIt ti tithe t
i It I Ithi 1 the 111 fiiatforin and ling set ettill setl setuf
till thiie uf l How Can I Bear f fi t tI
ie iet 1 I e i it
t i n i hiigo I r21 and enthusiastic enthusiasticAil ttc ttcll
Ail ll ji 1 t in h St S It KaXe Ta I re e company Sbort Shortf
f is v r 1 IiI1I ii mad at Willard and andt
t rialiin li jl I I and n1 Ti I thtj th M the th enti com comiiv
> iiv It ir I I ilown l ii in tueir t I > eith thi for or the theiblit tbeigllt tlet
iblit t 1 ittilo 1 Wi vas ts niv ri lC I 1 at 159 a m milirc mit inI
ilirc it I I l iifii i I and i > lDrains 1 zl Ialns ITfl were re reued rej11 reii
ued ii i l1tviswr i r SI io > M McCellan McCellanU
1 U lu i > iiith th seoTjiry 8 > lT TliIy f ahe choir choirTSLiiiizatioii choirUg choirt
Ug t zLflg ng t h t TSLiiiizatioii IhZljU ti I I come me ifl to Boise Boisetnir HollieJr
Jr II OT T I T tnir Iil definii def lil arrangements arrangementsiOinert iFraflgmentaii
w ii 1i1 iOinert 1 prr < per I V to Change cbantreFhedrl the thePOM tbeii
Fhedrl Fhedrllt ii POM POMit 1i 1iit
it la > ry I hot und J onthe On e train trainand traia3IH1 tralaiui
and iui at t j gt1 it I is 1W too r 4 > iiprnssive prs r tY nive to steep
1 Hitiiifiin lI i < II1 Ore wt hanged flaj our ourTiMiu oarhour ourI
TiMiu c hour I 1 earlier earlierWelcomed earlierWelcomed < r rWelcomed
Welcomed at Nampa Nampailll1 Nam pa paajn
ajn ajnfhoir Iu i niles from tro Salt alt Lake was wasir w wJilhtoI
JilhtoI t ih ir 1 in I a 1 m AUK I L2 Here the theniaine1 the1i theIr
fhoir 1i Ir i iat niaine1 I 1 1 three hnirr hc j V were Wlreat ii rt met metilpvjt metthe
at the thethe ilpvjt uf r tiy h Mayor Ivor lkW I > i wey v owner of of1alacp oftill of1iii
the l lX Dt r > 1alacp i tILI hotel Iiii I and resident residents ii
X Jen Jenon J i s t f th > Cham I tIMeI of 1 ommerct 1lnmtrcenn ommerctiiiTiiltH
on I a iiiTiiltH of if Clizus Clizusil C1 C 1711 1711tllln 7 7I >
tllln I Id il of ixoplo > I opl gsulii iIi ieil ii l at the th ho hot pj pjt
t t 1 and the T p liolr sang tng > ev TM Ial i ii numbns numbnslisiAnr numb numbb tTjIflII >
lisiAnr I b I I id kTlr < JenRs JjO J represf rep nting ulln i irg the tiit citi citi7Knx citi7n ti
7Knx 7 rs or 0 Nainpa N aI i pa made u i siioecli 1 Co h of t 1Id rel relTiii i iI
Tiii 1 I inO I i re tnted 1 ntcd Professor Prt r Kvan Kvanepheis FvnnIplet l van vaniie
epheis iie and iiil J J M 111Iall < I cllaii iIl with witai itfl itflliutu
i imin ImlllII n bouquet o of ii lInW I weiv i AVhen AVhenmu hen henIt ien
It 1 < mu left It the i statiii at t 1 oclock tuek p pTM ptho piii
TM th < irowd followed tin i i choir and andVored and6Ied andre1
Vored 6Ied re1 tl I MI on their va vaThis i iIhls tt ttThis
This nterjivising ru I I Itg Idaho town vii i in in ISiJfi had hadSK
1 SK S thui th H i i Tlt > opulatlou ulatiou ov W it has ap apim
1 rnxlwiiel im v r iittwoen rw efl n 6XX 6Ii ami III tip peo peot
t Tie T P > Ioncy l it tY y Palac old ut1 cott i OH UMiT 9 9Tlie J3iY J3iYA >
A Tlie 1h iT town ti U has a large la gi sugar factor factorftiil falttcllli lu lud >
ftiil d a tffat rlIL reservoir l rvolr rosting JllAKWOOi JllAKWOOiBrings l1M 1iIINUGirigs > OOU OOUrings
Brings rings rigs iinOer cultivation ji r fJ 4l < > a afre afreIr ar arMr < res resMr
Mr Ir Ulakolee Hak I late of Salt iLI It Lake LjkiFill now nows nowlesldTlt
s > icsideTit iFill 1 of Nainpa aIl1Da also a s nit I ii th choir choiriiiil bulrc11 lioirI
iiiil I W It MJ n 1 in his h We w com JIII This 1 Ins geti getitiman gl1floan gngfliI
timan gfliI i > about to build H conservatory conservatoryraiuie on s > itr i ifliui
> f raiuie fliui jt it t this pace whit lii will ii 1 have havein havIn hi
in 1 auditorium auil tidj tliu in with a senting S apaiity apa ity > a ai iip
i 10 > p i and at I a dormitory dorlll tory of 111 11 i I ISinging iinnis iinnisSinging om > I
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Singing at Baker City CityCity CityDakel CItyi3gker
Dakel City 11 ny WaS visile L This 11 town hap hapa
a j > opuliitiou of i i lluuO Tin iiioir uU sang sangFin sangne
Fin Ine sti t klioll > tions ion In front > t iln t h rabill ho hoI I
f 11 1 and then left at 9 p in urrivint urrivintIn tlTIIinLa rrivinj1I
In 1I L La lircimlc at 1030 1030Toda l1aoTolla 1u30Toda
Toda > at a t l i i Grande a I is j not uiicom uiicomt tlleom1rtabl ipieomtrtahi
t 1rtabl rtablt to t wear an 0 on l The fh citi citij ltl ltlL itiLS
j ts L coiiiniiit v ia 1 no flOa vitii i 1 us ls Baagvs Baagvssre Baugvire II IISlrf
ire beiutj distributed among ai ii iig ehoir do Oir OirrS mfni mfnirs
rs and aii al al a ar a I anticlpa in I n a H > J titne titneTiishop tiutiSiu I Inishup
Tiishop tiSiu J Rlak ani C i 1 Fern Ff rltn o otl ofli 0k
tl fli k citizi comiiiilteu met n ilie lit train iii iiia i i ii i
i a ni niI nreaLft
I IreaJifast t wa i ° furuiai flrnisl II 1 at the amusriirnt amus amuSfIMnt musrxnt I
riirnt hall 1 111 wiurc piutee were s < i with the theJ ttl thtt1 i itI
> J tninijrt tt > of f life lif for iv OI M i pfopii Iv 3 ic Tins Tinss tu tuS
s arrngeii arl IIgd under the ilirection of frvs frvstut Pr Prt 1 1ttln I
tut ttln t in u MiiiU Sliofied of t th h Mitual Ink Iniiovf InkI
iovf I i 1 K > tit n fiMisi rosdation iition as3iti as u it il ilu11owing by I uii uiifollowing i if
following f inuidena Nell Garrirk 1jIIT fh Sue Susuarbln Sueirbiii I Iarbl
arbln Kiuma Hall Lcucrct Shumway Shumwayfiliel Hhumwdf
filiel r 1 SLuinviiy LI iiv Rose > ilson Kstln r rll r3ilan I
3ilan < ll > n Hiiicl L 1HI H BIII i ui l > cl i Hiirie PI iii fo fl 111111 4IaT 4IaTuiu r
1 aiijiu < i I iKfir t t lltatt ii iii Wasliburn WasliburnMjttie Vsiiuriiljttie I
Mjttie Selmlield rJI td Jt JlIIU > nuiii t Sioddaril lir lirr Tnoer
oer r CII II cilia Hal Hals Ii ii IAn Iinlii IAnP
s JMiie P lii IJndsey IAIIll y N Nl l Hi Hiii P I Iibln Kntle KntleThe l 1tl 1tlrbin
rbin ii Iio > 1 Jnm J nflj > Cari CalIiThe tahtt tahttThe > iin iinjbrrijelt
The Theillar jbrrijelt if a beamitiil srnctur srncturKasl srtietuiqiflA I Imila
mila illar tOJ ill I I me on > < > i ind Kasl Eald am ambut iI iIna
> nd d SiulSi Ito ii streets treet Halt zt1t lak laki 10 < but will willin ijI ijIliI i
101 i a 4 > IHV iIi iIiAutomobile 11 p Iip IipAutomobile i i iAutomobile
Automobile Rides Ridesc Ridesioniublie
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A L 1 in i aiuonioblir nui fih inc t h iit crowds crowdsand iijdtU I
< > 1 U vfjiile Lvfjiile vfjiileere v lt and took thviii fur ridis iid winch WhiChLle winchappreciated
ere dn diy > appreciated J Tin fli local piKTa piKTad 1ItErd1tJ ialeri
1 ie i devoi devoitltf d1tJ i d J enluinna Iumn tli I h > sent t1I1 and andA alultit aitiUI
tltf tit cot Otlofolt ert ertThe tnhlt tnhltThe tOiiditThe
The liouKi JJu u is oid out lev 1 Pl lliv th LI eoiu JII lIMeit lIMeitd rt rtfad rtd
fad d ataiidint taudiii > room is at 0 < priuiiuin priuiiuinLa ir nlIuifl nlIuiflLa
La Grand has a popuUiiion of i ivafl iJaOO iJaOOTlie imTht
Tlie vall y v i 10 by u 22 2 i 1 iV I wili viI fruit fruitam fruitiiJi
> 4 am < lumUei 1 UHI i i ir and tuck in A idIIl I ne A Aocal Aocal
ocal water nysteni I costim siOnm siul siuln Iil IilIj I
n irrlKation irrlgat wn projeot bond bondl a ior < IHiiMt l x are are1ointed areointed
pointed to t With ltI pride ride bj b oiiize 11 I Tli Tliovation rha 1hvaUou I
ovation a on i L i74t 41 feet above abo a i level le i he heine iriu i in
< ine iu n trees that are seen > < to I th thuwn tI tIWfl
uwn tliickly tllik fringing U > tnni m > ni au auulle8 u uropes I
ropes add a charm to thto city cityMany oityMany
Many iumillar fa i nillal Salt Lake faces are seen seenre enr I i i1re
1re re r A S t ljtd tiedde > ldeB 8il and O P Pratt and andtilers anlJdS nd ndet5
tilers JdS all 11 helped ileIp 1 to t make the tour one oneT onetAtlier onetit3r
T tver < to bo forgotttii forgotttiiAfter fvrgUjlUttr i iMter
After the euncert tonight the th choir hol1 will willresume wltlTesnme wfltrtume
resume til the journey curriy to tt Portland I IE IEcalth he heeaUl helca1th
lca1th > eaUl > of every eierra on is j perfect Jt rfut and every everything eiiytking nQUIJng ¬
thing Is I running uiithl uiithlTf i it tl tlT1 >
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Tf you are a tobacco chewer tile to tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco ha < co bt for you OU is the best bE t tobacco tobaccoIt 101
It b Piper Pf t Hi ndiI flcWcknlr1 = Wcc oojrl nl < i fyv irr
UTAll All BUILDINfi AT ATSEATTLE
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SEATTLE DEDICATED
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MRS CHARLOTTE C SXiVSNSON SXiVSNSONWoman SJT SkENSONWoman iENSON iENSONWoman
Woman Director of Utah Building of AlaskalukonPacific Exposition at atSeattle atSeattle atSeattle
Seattle Who Aided in Welcoming Visitors at Utah Day Celebration CelebrationYesterday CelebrationYesterday
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Continued from Page 1 1In 1In 1In
In conclusion tlovemor Snrr R7 formally wel welcomed welcomed welcorned ¬
comed the viistors from 1tah and from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the nation Uon at large assuring them they theyWould theyu1uYIJ theyuId
Would uId always receive a cordial wetootne wetootnehere weliClomehere wekmePreeldent
here herePresident
here6ident
President 6ident Schalberg g of the exposition expositioncompany expoetlooCOQIpany ezpuetiouconpanr
company followed Oovernwr vernvr Spry He Hemade Hea liemade
made a delightful little talk In which he hesaid hetJlat bem4
said that Utah had h d won a reputation for forherself torhenae1f forhself
herself by b her exlibtts and andheJ hei hospital hospitality bo ¬
a reputation that tl had ftrmiy ffnp y eMab edtabBshed eMabhed eMabflhed
Bshed hed the state hi the good gract of the thenorthwest theraOrtbwest thenorthwest
northwest and that would wouldalWaYs always endure endureThomas eDdureThomas tudureV
V V Thomas ThomssHulI Hull Speaks SpeaksThomas SpeaksTbUIWUI SpeaksTIiuim
Thomas Hull of the Utah commission comlUiJMionthe commissionw
w wan s the last ap peakei < < aker el Mr Hull paid a aClawing amg aglowbig
Clawing tribute to I the state and to the theexposition theupfndtlon theexposhtkflL
exposition lie was u frequently fr euentL interrupted interruptedby intelTUPtedltyawluWlt I
by applause and was loudly loudl cheered het red When Whenhe whenCftIIctuded Whenhe
he conctnded conctndedTheti CftIIctudedTheil eundudoilThii <
Theti Uovernor uvtrnur Swy and adhW hltf 1ii staff were weret Wsrc4keji ere erebF
t 4keji ken br president D aebalbexg and audDlreetor audDlreetori Director DirectorQeoeral IMrectirtieeraI
Qeoeral i M Nadsiut d au Uf for f a pwvoully rIIQ uUy con conduot conthoqh eondVuOted
duot dVuOted d UnMigh nweasarifr liM tiaSMrily brief rlef1iIit visit to toemo toHbll tomen
emo men of o the principal prt Ci a1 buUamgs The first firstwan linltttrw
wan to the t Hawaiian building whore whoreftty wherety h hM
ftty ttrw ty tUau wa1ia HJlta gils 1rIs dec decih kouvaled lledlid tIe jirty jirtya
a t M WthC that thatJ
I ga J id gipidIIoirshlp gipidIIoirshlpIn
Jl JlJ In ih J pwapplSs ptileti o were safvea in this thisUie thisrt thisg thisNiXt IPoI
NiXt rt the til Alaska building uikUngf18 was vuiteU vuiteUand villitedIf
and tf the mouths of some of ofthe the tltalins tltalinswatered Utabna1Vqered ttahnswaired
watered at ib ha sight sghtpt of aM J UIOS W worth worthof I
of place ptii i gold that tbatlornJlt forma one tf ft4ie the chief chiefexhibit chiefexlijblt
exhibit features eatuit the owners oWn ers of the mouths mouthsaforesaid mouthsaforesaid 1
aforesaid can hardly be blamed because becausethat becauseUtat becaunethat I
that is tin usual thing After the trip tripto tripto I
to Alaska came the formal luncheon ten tendered tendered tendered ¬
dered by b the chief officials of the expo exposition espoeltion l ltion ¬
tion to Governor Spry In the New York Torkbuilding Yorkbuildiofi5 Yorkhe1ldin
building buildingThe buildiofi5The V VThe
The luncheon was perfect in all of Its Itsappointments Itsappointments 1t 1tappointmenb
appointments At ita conclusion m President Presidentachalberg President8ehalberg Presidenthalberg
achalberg Introduced Governor r Spry as astbe asthe asthe
the first speaker The governor p rnor again againexpr againxp againzprsmd
expr zprsmd ti oo ed his pteamire at aU he had seenand seen l6eenand seenami
and once more referred to the cadets as asthe asthe asthe
the best exhibit Utah had sent sentJosiah sentJosiah sentJosiah
Josiah Collins director or ceremonies ceremoniesaroused ceremoo1esarou remooiesaroused
arou aroused ed a whirlwind wi of applause by an aneloquent aneloquent aneloquent
eloquent reference to the hardship haNah en endured endund endurod ¬
dured by the Utah pioneers during durin their theirarduous theirarduous theirarduous
arduous journey across the long train in bilMi inist
1847 Professor J 1 A Widtsoe told some something IIOmethine something ¬
thing of what has ha been and is being done donein d dID
in Utah and Colonel Booth In a talk bub bubbling bubbI bubhung ¬
hung bI with good humor and wit set the thetable thetable thetable
table in a roar Director Dl ctor Knudson of th thHawaiian thfHawaiian thHawaiian
Hawaiian building was the last speaker speakerMr
Mr Knudson was altogether happy in hl hlremarks lILremarks i iremarks <
remarks
Reception Postponed PostponedA
A reception t tin by tin governor had lnin lninscheduled lieiischeduled
scheduled for Ls at the Washington Washingtonbuilding Washingtbuilding Vashlngtnbuilding
building but on account of the rain this tliisMovement Ihi IhiSPANISH thisSANISII
SPANISH COM COMMANDER COMMANDERBEtNS 1ANDER I IBEGINS
BEGINS HIS AnV E1ANCF ANCE
Said to Be Preliminary PreliminaryIs
Is Made Against the Moors Moorsin
in Morocco MoroccoMtliila loroecoliJilIa orooco oroocohlilla
Mtliila Aug 25 5Expert Expert opinion has hasU hasIen hah
U Ien h en Instilled 9 9i 5 it has been found Jm Jmliosmble mJ
J liosmble le to cut ut the Marehiea canal un unJer WlII undet
Jer tour cur months General Marina com commuiHter COIIliIlilldel amiaiier
muiHter of the Spanish forces decided decidedt decIdedtOflIt1flte
t comm omlllnt nw an advance which be beKan 1Mta begiiI
Kan a il today to Rfstinga along the ae aefront 4S 4Sftint scalVlult
front hj 1 int illtJwe use heat 1 8t The men appear appearhi appeargJd appearghiI
gJd hi < tluu the war Var bat begun They Theytin The Thei
i tin n eiicouri c td by h the presence reeen of UM UMl tI tIlInk
lInk I l > iik k of J SiiraKossa illa t a und the Marquis of ofVitilfvurrato ofllLtruto ofboth
Vitilfvurrato lot l of whom are re serving servingis
it is 1J l irj li ates atesThe at atTh
The Th 1 h Marquis of f ValleeeiTato camerr came
fllm f rr < n Cambridge < university as a Tolun ToluntfT Volttnt 01110ladrid I
t tfT VT V
Madrid Aug Au 25 The advance V8IKe made madeiucsilay madeTutay i iTuda
iucsilay by th the < Hpcuish forces f 8 Is uV1 uV1ilwl 0 0I +
J ilwl 11 iie 1 hero as a u iireliminary lrelln nary move movein
in II lit against t aillst the Moors A regiment of ofnfuntry f fittlltry fiiitittry
nfuntry two s quat1n iiaiin > ns ot 0 TiI crtvalry and andi an anII
a i biitery II I iIY of If iiMiuiituin artillery art Iltiry uiuler uiulerliii lIl1 I IIii
liii iinitection of t guubuati1 rtachttl rtachttlI nahtuC
1 I ling I ig uitilnut mcillent mcillentERiCANS
tA I ISCIENCE
C ATTEND ATTENDSCIENCE ATTENDSCIENCECONVEN1IONi
SCIENCE SCIENCECONVEN1IONi SCIENCECONVEN1IONitig CONVENTION CONVENTIONU I
U upi r Mai 1 11 < A up u > Six ix hun luiniinl hunili I II
iinl I t lhlail P > eua cv k ir r > here from the thenil thei
i V nil nitd il Ivinu KIIIILI in the United Slates and andinnua1 andV2UAIl
H atti llIV lutynlnthj flthflIfltli
innua1 mi < Iii Iiltfl iii < n ni lt the th British Asso Assoiatioit Assoiatjon
U teI IiI t h Aiianrtuuttiit oJ ainJUtlIt of Hcleacf HcleacfA cleuceA
A luie nuiuixri hU i4liri < i vf f Americans are at atciidins
including Pn Prf Prufessor f sst IKr r Brown of offalc
aliI u Uk a ProftntHir Campbell of LclanU LclanUitiinfonl i
rtl it i iNAVY
NAVY SHOOTERS V WIN WINuj IN INCainlj i
Cainlj 1 uj Ill ij Pi11y O Aug Jo ITiI Tile lt ltit I <
it > ni I rUt + teaui mulch atch was won 011 i to tolay
iy i I y the iViI iniud I mhl States Stat t + n flaY rij y via viaicr i01
in mi by thy t sans ot 31J GS4 GS4head S1 S1ihead
of the United States Stat infantrysvinniiiK infantrys
score last year The navy gets getshe gf < tR i
he national trophy and J45o J45oThu 4StJ 451JTh I
Th Iuited States infantry iufautr took ser serniil se > P Plilt I IIt
lilt niil It J prize prz of 534J 350 with 375 375TribuneReporter 375TribuneReporter i iTribune
TribuneReporter Tribune Reporter Printing Co Co6t Coe
6t West e t Second South th Phones 71S 71SFfia 7Sj I
Secn >
Ffia F L < tm II at j H sHair tlrjoy Joy supremo t
tJII
was posipuned po lponed until tomorrow afternoon afternoonAt
At thut time the cadets will be in attend attendance attelldance attendsues ¬
ance with their band and Governor Spry Sprywin Sprywin Sprywlfl
win present each officer awl man IRII wltn wltncopper wltl1copper wltncopper
copper medallions commemorating their theirvisit theirIaU theirvisit
visit IaU to the exposition expositionWhile eXpollitlonbile
While bile the luncheon on waa going on in the theNew theNew theNew
New York building the Utah hostesses hostesseswere hOl t8Ms t8Mswere
were entertaining the wom WotnD ° n of the party partyat I Iat
at luncheon lun beon in the thebuilding Oregon building Mrs MrsCharlotte InCharlotte MrsCharlotte
Charlotte E Stevenson presided and the theaffair theaffair theafrair
affair wa was thoroughly enjoyed enjoyedThroughout enjoyedThroughout enjoyedThroughout
Throughout the afternoon in thf build building buildinS buildtag ¬
inS fruit wasserved wa served to all visitors and andthe andthe andhouse
the hou house Wall thronged with guests guestsTbvtte IfUClltsTlIu ueets ueetsThu
Tbvtte Thu e who 00 arrived with the fcovmior fcovmiorwere gov flior fliorwere I Iwere
were Colonels D C Jackllng W U UWright I I IWright i iWright
Wright H M H Lund A P Keasler KeaslerRcMlnev KetIHlerRodn KesderRodnee
RcMlnev Rodn T Badger and H K Booth Also Alfocame Alsocans
came Mrs rs Spry Mrs Jackllng Mrs Mc McCarthy M MeCarthv ¬
Carthy Mrs Badger Mrs Wright and anddaughter anddaughter
daughter daugl tcr Miss Moore Miss Lund d and andMrs andfro andMrs
Mrs E A Wedgwood Mr AinjT Houtz Houtzund Houtznd Houtsend I
und nd Mrs Walter E l Maddieon It Is Ispleasant I Iuledsunt islleasant
pleasant to be able to way with tr trUl trUlthat trththat tli tlithat
that not one of the cadets catle J Is allowing allowingany i iuny
any harmful results of the general K neral wet wetting W4 wetting > t ttlng ¬
ting this morning so it is entirely prob probable pr0bable prubable ¬
able that the veteran sergeant of police policewaa
waa right The hospital corps baa had hadpractically hadpractically hadpractically
practically nothing to t do o thus far and andthe aDdthe andthe
the indications are that no life lines will willbe rilbe willbe
be required requiredBeys requiredBeys requiredBoys
Beys Have Good Time TimeThe TimeThe TimeThe
The boys are being bei given the greatest greatestdegree greatestdegree reatMt reatMtdegree
degree of liberty compatible with good gooddiscipline JIOOdtlbdpUne gooddiscipline
discipline Today for instance they theywere theywere theywere
were dismissed from camp at Jl3t and andtold andtold andtold
told that they need not a return until 11 Uoclock 11olock 11oclock
oclock tonight though V none was per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to leave the grounds However Howeverthere Howeverthere Howeverthere
there is enough Inside the enclosure to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep any bunch of boys busy for at toast toasta st sta
a week weekThe 1IIeelLnIe weekThe
The program for tomorrow tom 1TOw rrowV Includesonly includes includesonly includesthe
only the reception already noted and the tnemedal tbepresentation thepresentation
medal presentation Friday afternoon the thecadets thecadet8 thecadets
cadets will be taken to visit i several ships shipsof
of tbe Pacific P fleet n et > now in the harbor harborFriday harborI harborFriday
Friday I night they will have a dance In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Washington Va hlngton building Saturday aft afternoon afErnoon afternoon ¬
ernoon and evening will be given to a ahundredmile ahundredmile ahundredmile
hundredmile trip about the sound soundIt
It is probable thatthe that the start for home homewill boisewill homewill
will be made Sunday night the present presentpurpose prettentpur presentpurpose
pur purpose Ollebeing being to spend Monday in Port Portland Portland ¬
land where a parade through the prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal street will be given by special re request requeat request ¬
quest of a committee of Portland eltljwns eitlsensinleas eltljwnsUnless
Unless ll a change should be made and anddue anddue anddue
due notice < will be given if a change is ismade Ismade Ismade
made the cadets will arrive In Salt Lake LakeWednesday LakeVednesday LakeWednesday
Wednesday nvirning next nextThe mxtThe nextThe
The tabernacle choir is due tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmurning toniorrowmorning
morning after what Is said to have been beenn
n very successful luC l > ful trip Reports from
Tacoma say sa ar that every Over seat has been beensold beensuld beensold
sold for 01 tile th eimriTt 1It there tonight and andSixsit andlPt andglVeIt
Sixsit inurest hiis IHI been manifested In the theconcert theII1iI1 theofl
concert ofl eIt to bo jiiven ivii here tomorrow night nightColonel nightHONOlULU nightHONOLULU
HONOlULU TRIP TRIPV i
V IS POSTPONED POSTPONEDColonel I IColonel
Colonel Sterrett SterrettGets Gets Urgent UrgentCall UrgentCall UrgentCall
Call on Private Business Businessto
to St Louis LouisColonel LouisC LouisColonel
Colonel C lonel F M Sterrett errett executive direc director dilector directot ¬
tor of the U A K encampment recently
held in Salt Lake T kt leaves tomorrowfor tomorrowforSt tomorrow for for8t forSt
St Louis Lou Colonel Sterrett yesterday yesterdayceived e8trda I Iceh V Vceied >
ceived ceh a wire lr J calling him to St Louis Louison
on 11 ursent private business Colonel Ionel Ster Sterr Ster Sterreti
r reti < tt and anticipated a trip to Seattle Seftttleand and
Honolulu befuro leaving l for fo the oeM
The wire received by him yesterday ye tf > rdDy in inewted illeillttd
ewted on his hi immediate presence east on onprivate unprhate onprhate
prhate busing of an urgent nature natu For
the th Present his Is trip to Seattle tUe has been tw n
abandoned and he h will return to the east
on Friday If Possible he will 111 make the
trip > to Honolulu before 1t > fore the commence commencement ctmm ctmmDI commecni + ¬
ment DI < + nt of hilt duties > 8 as executive f director directorof dl tor torof
of the Atlantic City encampment on u < >
tober U UTwo l 1UJNGAID
0 0lONG
lONG UJNGAID RIDE FOR YOUNGSTfRS YOUNGSTfRSTwo YOU WSTERS WSTERSTwo
Two Boy Aged Seven and Five FiveYears nveYears PiveYears
Years Travel Seven Hun Hundred Hundled hundred ¬
dred Miles MileslUwwfll Milesuuwe Mi1sIluawell
lUwwfll N M Aur 28 iThe The one oneriding OmI1dlng oneriding
riding the former fortn > r hunting < mount of ofColonel ofCoIQltd ofColonel
Colonel Roosevelt R > and the other a one onetime onetime onetime ¬
time steed It d uf if Geronfmo Lotiiri and Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple Abeniathy 7 and 5 years car old iv ivpertlvfly nperth respertively
pertlvfly perth > y sons of United States star Jtfarslial MnI61ull starshial
slial J A Abernathy of Guthrie Okta Oktanrrivcd Oklaarrh Okaarrived
arrived arrh d here alone today toda having h vln < oov oovsred O Oere ov ovcted
ere aeviii 1J hundred miles of a trip
planned for them by their father to tomake tumnk tomake
make them th m hardy hard They The have fteen n six sixteen sixten aixt ¬
teen t eu day on the road roadRETURNS roodAR roadARCH
AR ARCH C H B BISHOPFARLEY BISHOPFARLEYV BISHOPFARLEYRETURNSFROMROME SHoPF RL RLRETURNS V
RETURNS RETURNSFROMROME RETURNSFROMROMEN FROJv FR MROME MROMEs ROME ROMEX
X w Tik Aug 25 2TheMustRe The TheIo Mart Re > John John5J
M Farley > y Catholic archbishop OI of 1 New NewJTurl NewY pw pwY I
Y JTurl iih retuinetl rlIt trntt netl on the stedJiiar tarouhi tarouhiotiav caroO aioi aioieia l lIa
otiav eia Ia tnini Irl rn i v iH 4t to tliepnpf1 tliepnpf1Worids tI1 the O pnpc pnpcWorids
Worids s Greatest Drummer DrummerMajor DrummerMajor DrummerMajor
I
Major Friedly Frk ll at Snltair all A1 this veek veekfiv + ek ekPi I
Pi s V fiv fit fi ilriiipf It jtF vith itll two tl tkk8 tbkV < ks
V
FOR SPANISH SPANISHWAR SPANISHtAIAR
WAR VETERANS VHERANSI
Utah Department DepartmentPlans Plans to En Entertain Entertairi ¬
tertain Delegates on Re Return Return ¬
turn From Encampment EncampmentFINANCIAL EncampmentFINANCIAL EncampmentFINANCiAL
FINANCIAL AID IS NEEDED NEEDEDASK
ASK COMMERCIAL CLUB TO AS ASSIST ASSIST ASSIST <
SIST IN PROJECT PROJECTw
I L
w c V in II emcrieinina the delegates 8 amiMiui and andIiln andtjJlU
Miui Iiln offier to fi o tti ttlp national encamp encampth encw I
I 11 I < > f tb riiiud UJates ate5 Spanish h War Wairiians WarV Varaw
< riians V I IalS aw wlvn 11 < n they pass through Salt Sailf
f ik k iKxt Xt month has been b en asked of the tbsv theIlke
v J V Like I Lke t nimercial club In a lettei letteiMm Itternl
Mm nl il K V A I Vedgwoods ft1lwood Camp No No1 1 ol olSi otRI ofsl
Si jjikf Th veterans from the east eastvin eatjll
vin jll i tr r < v n1 l by special train tr ln which leaves leaveshiiKo leave1ial leavesI
I hiiKo J Si SqJImlwl > tfinb r 2 and Bn Roes direct di > l to UTHTJIO tolntl
THTJIO 1 p Tfl ahr UT the encampment > will b bli be beI befrom <
li M I from Sept If i4eitrnbrr tuber Ii to S II Other trains trainsr trainsrd
r rd in leave ave New W York rk and Boston a day dayTii dayT
Tii 1 > r T anil uft after < r the th encampment eo > the theV theiiritcs
V < iiritcs I < a it t > H will 11 virlt the AtaekaYukouPa AtaekaYukouPaiii Aluka Yukonl > a aIi
iii Ii I V < xpoaitk posit h ii and then their train will willrun willTIll willTI
run TI tu Sari Krin FrJndstl < Msco and I Jos os Angeles Angelesi
i I then tu tijjelt 1t Lake < arriving here Sep Sepib Sepflj
flj fljTV ib b t 20 20Tit
Tit 1 department of If Utah l tah United 1 Spanish SpanishVC SiUIEhetrn
VC d v tPMins t > Ia1 il is especially anxious to toi
i iI
i rtuin tin I h national officers and dele deleKtH oleligt dolegV
KtH gV t in i + Silt it Ink as the beginning of ofa ofilHpalgn
a V < iiiimign < < to procure roetire the th national en enirniiment enmIHout entflhlJrntVtlt
irniiment for Salt Lake cither in MM MMir i i11J
ir I 1U 1UIM 1I1 I IVr i
1 IM Itter tte s > ut d to tilt 111 Commercial club clube clubrday I Ief
e ef ° irday rday da fay < in part partin
in t l 11 the Ih t return ret urn trip the special train traintt trainjtiJ
tt 1 itli the I 11 h national officers and delegates delegatesis d lgutesIIedul1
is i s heduhd 10 U reach Salt nlt Lake City CityMlintjiy LItyUllt CityM
Mlintjiy Ullt M i t I V Se etPlJlbr > > t < Mtiber M at noon The Thet i
t i will ill rinairi here until the next n xt even cveni cvennrmgetn i
i V V nrmgetn TTlI ri aiigetneiits MnlIt Mits have br been n made by b va vanis vas ¬ I iI
nis I s eities dti ItC < V MI It route 1011 looking toward the theMirtunmrni theIrtanmfnl theIVrtaImt
Mirtunmrni of these veterans and Salt SaltT SaltL
T L V with its it established reputation for forspitality forJ
J I spitality pitallt should lot be found wanting wantingi
i i hls reepect reepectVc reepectVVVt
VVVt W Vc hay a department < > t t the United UnitedPjiunisli TJnjtedSaiiisIi InItOOiul1
Pjiunisli iul1 1t War at Veterans tu tills tlli state known knownthe knownthe I Ii
i + the th deportment dq > lrtmtnt of Trtah tab and our local localramp locallamp localLaInl
ramp in SuH S + t Luke Cityis City Is known as the theE theE
E A Wedgwood amp Our local camp camptogether camptogHhr camptogether
together with ll tho > department have havenariKil havenallli haveflarieti
nariKil six Ix delegates to go to t Tacoma for fortin fortl forthi
tin tl purpose of boosting Salt Lake City Cityand Cityami Cityand
and to secure the next encampment it itpossible iCpoIItiible ifpossible
possible possibleIn
In order to show sh ow our guests the proper propercourtesy propereourtell propercourtesy
courtesy we need some financial assist assistance aa18tance assistanc ¬
ance and if your honorable body bod which te tealways 1always isalways
always in the forefront in these matters matterscould matterseould matterscould
could aid us u In this regard we wOuld wotikideeply wOaldd wOulddeeply
deeply d ly appreciate a it We would uld be pleased pleasedto ed edhI
to have a committee wait upon you at atany atIW atany
any IW time you oa suggest and lay our plaid planlbefore plaidbefore plansbefore
before you youThe youThe youThe
The letter is i signed by Elmer Johnson Johnsoncommander Johnsoncommander Johnsonctlmmandcr
commander A X Jarvis quartermaster qiiartennaatsiof quart nnaster nnasterof
of K I V A Wedgwood camp campBishop campo campMHHODISTS cfl1pMETHODISTS
o S
METHODISTS ARE ARETO
TO MEET TODAY TODAYI
Bishop Berry Arrives to Pre Preside Preside ¬
side Over the Mission MissionMeetings MissionMeetings MissionMeetings
Meetings MeetingsBishop
Bishop Joseph Jo Berry D D LL D of ofBuffalo ofBuffalo ofBuffalo
Buffalo oY dOe On e of the foremost f Methodist MethodistEpiscopal JiIethodIfiEpi MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal prelates of America arrived arrtv d ia iaSalt I hiSalt I ISIIIt
Salt Lake late last evening fend Is a guest guestat t tat
at the llanltou Bishop Berry comes to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake to preside at the twentyninth twentyninthannual
annual session of the Ttah Methodist MethodistEpiscopal fethodiBtEpl MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal Epl copal mission which opens at 9 9oclock 9oclock 9Oclock
oclock this forenoon at the First Metho Methodist Metbodi Methodist ¬
dist di > t Episcopal Epl copal church churchThough churcbThough churchThough
Though he was only elevated to the theepiscopacy tbeepiscopacy theepiscopacy
episcopacy five years ean ago and is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the youngest Methodist bishop Bishop B18hopBerry BishopBerry BishopDerrr
Berry ranks among the moat learned and andinfluential andInfluential andinfluential
influential of American m rlcan clergymen lie liehas lIeh liehas
has h been particularly active In the work workamong workamong workamong
among the young people of bin own and andother amIother andother
other churches He Was active In the theorganisation theolTdJIisation theorganization
organization of the Epworth E wiJrth league an anorganization anorganlzatkn anorganization
organization composed compo ed exclusively of ofMethodist ofKethodlBt ofMethodist
Methodist young people and to him is islargely Islargel Islargely
largely due the credit lt for its growth growthnumerically growthnumerically growthnumerically
numerically and in religious efficiency efficiencyFor
For several years ears following Its organisa organisation ¬
Hon he was its secretary and more re recently recently rocently ¬
cently he was the editor of its t official officialJournal officialJournal officialJournal
Journal JournalAt
At the morning lle session lon of the mission missionwhich mtuionwhich missionwhich
which will be attended V by about fifty
Methodist ministers and missionary missionaryworkers mi 10naryworkers missionaryworkers
workers Bishop Berry rr will administer the tnesacrament tbesacrament thesacrament
sacrament of the Lords supper The re report report report ¬
port of Rev H J 1 Talbot superintendent superintendentof
of the Utah mission will be submitted submittedand IAIblOlttecJand
and read It will deal with tile religious religiousand reU1onsand
and financial success of the mission for forthe forthe forthe
the past year In the afternoon the theWomans tbeWomans theyomang
Womans Home Missionary society will willhold willhold willhold
hold Its annual meeting and on tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row afternoon the Womans Foreign I n Mis Missionary MIssionary MIssionarv ¬
sionary society IOty will meet meetTlie meetThu
Tlie 111 sessions l < of the mission will con continue continue ¬
tinue for three th days On Saturday Saturda it is isexpttcted isexp isexpocted
expttcted exp tetl that Bishop Berry will announce announcehis
his assignments for the coming year yearRev yearRev ear earRe
Rev Re D M Helmtck pastor of the Illff
M I K f church will probably report back backto
to the Columbia River conference for forwork torWf forwirk
work Wf k and his hi place in Salt Lake will be
illeil I by hey Re D M Crane formerly formerlyi
a i minister 1U11l1 ter In the ttah mission mls t R Bishop Billoopny
Berry ny will III preach morning and andeyenlng evening eveningnext
Iwxt Sunday at tbe First M E church churchFloating churchFIating churchFioatlngat
Floating ut Saltair SaltalrJo Saltairjoysupreme SaltairjoysupremeMINIEU joy supreme supremeCreditors supremeMINING
MINING COMPANY IS SUED SUfDCreditors SUEDCreditors
Creditors Seek to Have Corporation CorporationDeclared CorporationDeclared CorporationDeclared
Declared an Involuntary Bank Bankrupt Bankmpt Bankiupt ¬
rupt in Federal Couriit CouriitSuit Coui t tSuit
Suit was filed yesterday in the federal federalcourt federalcourt federalcourt
court to bring bl1o the Continental Mines MinesSmelting Mineslmneltilig UnesISlntltiltg
Smelting corporation into involun involuntary luyoluntar Involuntary ¬
tary tar bankruptcy with Harry A Athe Lee Leethe Leethe
the Agency Agelt Company COI para of Salt Lake and andthe antIth andthe
th the National Bank of the Republic as aspetitioners aspetitioners I
petitioners The TII plaintiffs uaeeit that thattbe thatthe 1
the company committed an act of bank bankruptcy bankruptcy bankruptey ¬
ruptcy when on a decision of the Third Thirdrlitrlct Thirddlltrlct Thirddistrict
district court it allowed a Judgment of ofF10000
10000 given to C C P Overfield to stand standand standand standand
and allowed the sheriff to aoizt aJi its itsproperty itspropert itsproperty
property which In l to be sold Aug X Xri 6TIlt 6 6The
TIlt ri > ijartteK bringing br tho th + suit hold pre precious prejous preious ¬
ious and unsettled U Judgments uf 573 573for ii7jfor 57zfor
for the Agency company t > 22434 434 to toHarry toHarry toHarry
Harry 4 Lee L and 10018 to the Na National National National ¬
tional Bank of the Republic RepublicThe
The Continental Mines Smelting SmeltingLoinjiany SmtlthgOI Snmt4tiigoInpuny
Loinjiany OI IJliny is a New York corporation corporationleaving lorp orporatiuimhaving raUoJl raUoJlhanDg
leaving offices in Salt Lake aud it owns ownsproperty ownspropert ownsproperty
property In Alta and Little Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwooddistrict wood woodJistrict wuoidistrict
district districtIlamllnpeinteNeed JistrictHamllnjMlntg I II I
HamllnjMlntg Hamlin IlamllnpeinteNeed Jlnt Need N td any ilnysigne ilnysigneRAILROAD signs signsRAILROAD
I IRAILROAD
RAILROAD PRESIDENT PRESIDENTON
ON INSPECTION H TOUR TOURTonlgiit TOURBult
Bult + Mont Aug A Miner tipeclal ptdail I
from Ia1i Kallspeil pell ay saysTonlgit
Tonlgiit L f W Hill president of t the t Iw
EJreat Northern railroad will start for 3 a i
trip through throu < h the mountains up Nyack ak ur
Mud Creek C over the Cutbank Paw and
down th the Cutbank on the other side of the therange therang thetunge
range Mr Ir Hilts Iill1 brother with several severalxpeiienced lIeernlct
ct t xpeiienced guides ara awaiting Jim im with withiorrici
horp iorrici + and equipment eqlJl fll u t It IB inferred inferredivhil infenedwhll InferredWhil
ivhil uwthirf jjg uffielal is glen out that thatLht thattht thattli
Lht tli iirsiu pr jrsidrris < sitlrn > nis R trip is i made m3 In thf th inter interest intellst InterVSt ¬
est t a possible better OHl t I mute than the theJifsent thcIJI theII
IJI Jifsent t time < it Iving b iig assr assrcd rtd that a tun tuniel tllntH1 tunhel
tH1 iel tiirjUgU the tI pas p1J would permit or a uOiiiioitiativviy a1iatiltitivcl aoutiativeAy
Oiiiioitiativviy < e easy y grade grlU 8 up the Mud Mudreek Mudcreek Iu Iucreek
creek and down the Culbank Culbankit CutbaumkItcLton
S e it itpuncs
At6 ItcLton llon puncs pio ncs 23 2 W 1st So
SlOT MACHINES MACHlNfSRUNNING MACHINESRUNNING
RUNNING AGAIN AGAINInner
I Inner Circle Approves Gam Gambling Garnbling 6ambling ¬
bling but Mayor Disagrees DisagreesOn
On Open Town TownBAIT TownBAIT TownBAIT
BAIT FOR SALOON VOTES VOTESBRANSFORD VOTESBRANSFORD VOTESBRANSFORD
BRANSFORD SAYS HE IS STILL STILLAGAINST STILLAGAINST STILLAGAINST
AGAINST NICKELEATERS NICKELEATERSi
i have l1a taken t ln a stand against t the l slolmachines slot slutmacblues I ImacbiDes
machines in Salt Lake aud tomorrow I Iwill Iwill 1will
will tell the chief of police to have them themall themall themall
all ordered off the counters or confiscate confiscatethem eonfiRlItethem confiscatethem
them The Tb ruling of Justice Hanks does doesnot doenot doesnot
not affect the pre present ent status so far as aaI asI asI
I am concerned and unless some gotx gotxreason good goodreason l lrea
reason rea on is given to me every n IY machine will willhave willlune willhce
have to be closed up upTliis upTlil8 UnThis
This statement was made by Mayor MayorJohn KuorJullll MayorJohn
John H Bransford last night when he holearned helearnllI helearned
learned from a personal personallne investigation tignUou that thatmachines thatmaehincl thatmachines
machines were again being used all over orertlio uyertllO overthe
the city cityIn in cigar ar stores saloons and res restaurants resHlrant ¬
taurants taurantsTlio 111 Hlrant HlrantTho irantThe
The reustablishincnt of the ilot machine1S machines ma machines ¬
chines in Salt Lake is the tb first open step stepof stepQf stepof
of the American party inner circle < in inUK inIh inits
UK policy to t favor the saloon and gain gambling pmblln gaintiling ¬
tiling blln interest for the purpose lO of gain gaining saInIng gaining ¬
ing their support in the campaign this thisfall thisfall thisfall
fall But the scheme of the party lead leaders leadr leadore ¬
ers r may DlQ be defeated by the action of ofMayor ofMayor ofMayor
Mayor Bransford Br < who has refused to tocountenance toOuntcllance toOUnteflanee
countenance the opening of gambling in inSalt inSnIt inSnlt
Salt Lake again againThe againThe againThe
The reappearance of the machines came camean
an a a result of the decision of Justice Justiceof
of the th Peace Stanley A Banks in the thefull theult theunit
full of Heraenwny A Moser against Chl Chlo Chlf Chlfof r rof
of o Police San Barlow for the return of oftwo ottwo oftwo
two machines which were wc taken fr item M ttt tttSaville U USilllIe ttuSaville >
Saville cigar store 73 West Second Seuth Seuthstreet SotoJlhtreet Sauthstreet
street about five weeks > ago lhe Themachines t tmachine to tomachines
machines > were field by the department departmentand
and an suit was instituted for their theirery rrty rrtyery rnvery
ery In this case tile cigar cigarpasted COUlal coiajaZpauted j jpatctl
pasted u L typewritten t ewrltten notice on the ma machines tuechines mlclrineH ¬
chines to the effect that the ptayer nycr would wouldreceive woUldrceive woUldreceive
receive a 5cent cigar for every nkkel nickelplayed nkkelpl nkkelphyed
played pl yed and would receive r ive more If the tficcards tl1ecurds thecards
cards on thj ti wheels lined up right rightIt ri ht htIt
It was argued argu < d by the cigar men that thatthose tbattIoee thatthose
those who played the machine would not nntask potask notask
ask for cigars If they lost but would be besports besports besportir
sports enough to take trade only when whenthey wb whenthey n nthey
they won But even if the player lost a axbeap acheap acheap
cheap cigar would have ha e been given out outat outat t tat
at each whirl of the machine If demanded demandedIt
It was figured that the use of the ma machines Machines Machines ¬
chines would stimulate sthnul te trade at any rate rateFrom rateFrom rateFrom
From tho fact > t that a player could not notlose notlOBe notloss
lose but had a chance to win it was w held heldthat bedthat heldthat
that the machines were not gambling gambll de devices devices dcvices ¬
vices and it was on this ground that the thoaction tboaction theaction
action was started before Justice Justiceto llanks llanksto
to compel Chief of Ponce Barlow to ra ntClb rumttrn raturn
turn the machines mac lnes The Justice held with withthe withtbe withthe
the cljsur men menMay menMay menMay
May Drop Appeal AppealE
E A Rogers assist ass assistant ltent ent city < attorney attorneyat
at a once began the work of filing fIIlD an ap appeal apPEal appeal ¬
peal to the Third district court in the thematter thematter thematter
matter but this tray Ila nut be brought up upYesterday upYetterdaY upYesterday
Yesterday Chief Barlow affixed bIB sig signature Blgroature signature ¬
nature to the appeal but the th attorneys attorneysfor
for tbe city believe they are beaten in inthis IDthlt inthis
this case and may ma not push it itAs itAll ItAs
As soon as the decision became known knownHemenway knownHemenway knownItenmenway
Hemenway ft lloser agents for the slot slotmachine slotmachine Iotmachine
machine company sent 11t word to all own owners owners ownera ¬
ers of machines that they could safely safelyplace
r I place them in use again So o the machines machineswhich machineswhich
which bad been stored away for nearly nearlya efUI efUIa
a year ear were brought out dusted du ttd and andagain andagain
again put Into commission They were werebrought werebrought ere erebroqht
brought out under the old scheme not notunder notunder notunder
under the plan to give a cigar away witheach witheach with witheach
each whirl of the wheel wheelBefore wheelDetore wheelBefore
Before this action was w taken however howevermembers how howevermembers 8r 8rmemben
members of the American party inner cir circle circle ekcle ¬
cle were rc seen and gave tiir consent consentthat cun8entthat consentthat
that the machines be put into commission commissionagain eommisBlonagaIn commissionagain
again There is already a small fund fundin
in the bands of the American Americanpart party pfyagers man managers 1D8Dqrers ¬
agers raised by the cigar c store men and andIt
It is one of the catefest arguments aa to towhy towhy towhy
why they the should be allowed to run the theslot theiot theslot
slot machines unmolested unmolestedIt
It to a peculiar fact that no order has hasbeen lbuIn hagbeen
been n given by Chief Barlow that the slot slotmachines adotmachines slotmachines
machines should not be picked up About Aboutfire AboutfIe Aboutfhe
fire weeks ago when it was first inti intirrated IntilTated lntinated
rrated that the cigar and saloon men menagain menagain menagain
again intended putting the machines in incommission Inccmml8aion Inccmmlasion
commission Chief Barlow gave instruc instructions Instruction instructions ¬
tions to his lieutenants and to the offi officers offlcen officars ¬
cars personally that they should pick up upevery upevei upevery
every machine they saw in use As a aresult aresult aresult
result of this order the police picked ip imptwo iptwo 10two
two machines from the Saville cigar cigarstore cigarstore r rstore
store on West Second South street which whichhad whichhad whichbad
had been n put there for the purpose of ofhaving ofba1ng ofhaving
having them taken for a test case Only Onlythese Onlythese Onlythese
these two machines were put into com commission commiuion comnmission ¬
mission at that time timePolice UmePolice timePolice
Police Lieutenant R L Shannon ad admitted admitted admltted ¬
mitted last night that the chief had given givenno
no orders revoking the first order and andthat andthat andthat
that to follow up his orders every ma machine mJlhlDl machine ¬
chine should have ben n picked up last lastnight bUltnight listnight
night He said the offflcers dad an 1in 1inderstandi understandmug un understandiivr
derstandiivr that they had no right to totake totake totake
take up the machines when they saw sawthem sawtbem sawthem
them put into use u yesterday and there therefore thcnfore therefore ¬
fore left them alone But neUhe1 the thechief thehlef thechief
chief nor any of the police oCicials were wereasked wereasked ereWlked
asked about the matter The und understand undratandIns rstand rstanding
Ins ruled the men on the force forceMayor funMayor furorMayor
Mayor Consults Chief ChiefWhen ChiefWhen ChiefWhen
When Mayor a7or Bransford was advised advisedyesterday Blhisedyet8terday advisedyeeterdiy
yesterday that the riot machines were wereagain weleagain wereagain
again in commission he called up Chief ChiefBarlow ChIefBarlow ChiefBarlow
Barlow and the two had a consultation consultationon <
on the matter The mayor let the nat natter 11tter matlet ¬
ter go over ov r until today when he will have hareinvestigated haveI haveInvestigated
investigated I tigated the case and decided upon uponwhat 1QODwbat uponwhat
what action he will take He said In Incertain IncertalJl Incertain
certain terms last night however that thathe thathe thathe
he would order them put away and that thathis tbath thathis
his h orders would be carried out by the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police departmeit departmeitMore
More than once members of the Amen American Amencan ¬
can an party inner circle have visited the thomayor thema theflmayor
mayor ma or on this same proposition asking askingthat uknathat askugthat
that he let up somewhat In his stand standagainst eta1alailnst standagainst
against gambling and a general eral open opentown oPf opeitown n ntown
town They have pointed out that It tlwill Itwill Itwill
will be of great advantage to them in inthe 1nthe Intne
the campaign c this fall to have the sa saloon saloun saloon ¬
loon men with them t themespecially m especially peciall the th mcicy mcicyfionf mI mIfIOn jjiyfuonf >
fionf the saloon < men menand and they cOt coiawing cOtwing cout coutswing
awing many votes if only more freedom freedomwere freedomwere freedomwere
were given them ttwmBut thl themBut m mBut
But each time the appeals of the th party partyworkers partyworkel8 partyworkers
workers laY V n net t with a rebuff from the themayor themayr themayer
mayor who docs nt act nccorjins to toAmerican t tAmerican
American party methods uds even f1 if h ie > < i was Wtielectt waselected vaaelected
elected on that ticket two t1 years go go Jlo Jlohax H Hball 1khas
ball refused < d to extend ext nd tho tu freedom r cdm < f the thesaloons thesaloo thesaloons
saloons 8 an aiid < i has 1 declare tint mat llenses will willbtt willbe vlllbe
be revoked when it Is fwud tmi that pa paKJOII
loon men are not vbc J cIJg bc his the tr law Kind Kinding Jnd110 Fndbig
big no relief hen aer > tlia tlm loungers dll rll have havetaken havetaken ae aettken
taken the matter hui iM ih frti t 1 own hands handsiind hw1santi handsind
anti have given orJerj to the t th > polv io oiO de department hetsrtmnt ¬
partment over thu th head h ld of o the I Ip layer rutycrWhen layerWhell iaycrVhen
When all oC tia th other IIlh OSlO sb machines machineswere inach1iiwere
were closed down anti nQs nc of f the tj sa saloons a ah aloozis
loons h OIlB > were closed most I Ot of Sunday Sun ay The hTheBuffet TheBuffet ihoBuffet
Buffet in the Judge twlldtrff JlIdlr conducted conductedby
by J 11 Lovejoy was running full blast blaston
on Sundays with tho ti full nil knowledge of ofthe ofpolice r rHI
the police department d T r1 r ncn Lie n three thvceslot thneIIJ threeiIujL
slot machine in operation opi ritI m on 11 Sundays Sundaysall SlJOctaJail
all during this tlmo ° rtuiniiiK upI and andno andIlV
no steps were Wl > re taken by tlie ha police pc lic < to toclose todose toclose
close the pIne Love Lowjo joy is i HI id 1 Ameri American Aucrican Azacrican ¬
can party man and contributes generously generouslyto mron I Itu
to the campaign funds each jeai jeaiMany lu luMany ea1Many
Many Machines Appear AppearWhen AppearWhen
When IIEn tho word was passed around Wed Wedn Vdnduuy
nIIi nduuy n > B < 3ny HY in mJITillg < rriig that slot machines ll ere xrejfiin eretgIifl < re regilln
jfiin to litV i put in use elgar storo tor nero rienunil neroalltl flCaiiil
unil saloonkeepers at oncu mt brought hou lt t tiil te teId le1I
iil Id l machines out and by noon there WM WMixcrty Wi uvrmHVIrIY
ixcrty 11011 300 UU machines running ln n Salt lki Jke4oimie lkiSome k
Some of the cigar men still tfald tntre tntreiiiiiiht tiltreiht
iiiiiiht i ht bo b something vronk vron heJ lieu off r na nalil 11iiI iflhIii
iiI late lit the th afternoon i ttinl IlIl thni th ththat seeing seeingthat eeln eelnthat
that the th police were IK loot > I moiestiig tcn tcnund rc rcnd roittund
und that trade > was H lning il1K Mimi ItIht ht in at atother atother atother
other places laoo ojuid u uill not rest tie t 1 e trmpta trmptation tfmptaUOII
tion longer nn anl inr xian siirt1 < l the b nll < ll rolling rollingChid rOiHJtIitf rouhnghif
Chid hif Barlutv flil u Vl4l ast night that he hehud hel1ul tieIid
hud Inxn 1I n vari ntt ii by h the I ie machine owuors owuorsthat OVolh1that
that L uuilil i V sihl separately fjr each eachuf eachof
of the III h orders ord r eontiscuted eontiscutednow llJnticu I
now 110 hi n tii J t h lust 1 Hanks Innk < nsi n ilie slot tlotmaeliine tolotruachil1t slotraaeliifle
maeliine iSUJ al mciviy m me clJ el ied the th chief ehl f of ofpolice ofolin n npolicu
police olin for the I he return of thf th immliinou immliinouana InoellI1ana 1flCm1lOeano <
ana they will III probably I iuriieit lUII over overto u overto r rlIl
to the lIl company today Hut tiio ti treat tareate
II e nimle that damages will alsi a is j Ixj I e asked askedit skdif
if the t chief again order t itak < machines machinestali nlChbICStlil1i
tali tlil1i i down downune own ownone V VUric
one slot iiiuciiiin ease t as i is > luvv pvnding pvndingiii
ill the ti supreme iurt let 11 t < Cfl n argued arguedii rgte4ori
ii ori > riy a al ir it IS At 1 tfrr UTie iVfayor llIayorlSnuv1 iVfayoriirutioty rayorBraiisl
iirutioty J nuej r IcJ H i u i ihft l machines machinesout TftQ > blnps blnpsOul
out The case was taken before < Judge JudgeI
I U l Pi Pij lit of f the pollrc pohi eosr ShV ShVducu > h > rt > n ndticii 1lll I
lll dticii HIE til iaaiuu itill di i tja jau 11 > uie slot
f ft
tj tjicture
KEJT1rObRJRN KEJT1rObRJRNi1T Tlra1 RIBN 11
i1T Picture postal cards c rs of tne the tk Liv Living L LivTi1I iv iv1JD ¬
1JD Ti1I ing Flag tne the striking feature of oftne ofuri llijD llijDv
v uri tne the G A R parade can le lenad lehad 1 1lW
lW had at tnis hi8 store at 1 cent eacn eacnOu each eachow
Ou ow i customers c are betinnta to ° vlofc the theBargain theBanraln the4Q
4Q Bargain departMMnt every tine thy thoyconie thyOI theyIn1
In1 conie OI 6 Into the MonO atorBOYS 1ItoRBOYS MonOt
t BOYS WASH SUITS Buster and sailor blouse style styieHALF styletJ tIe tIeHlF
tJ HALF PRICE PRICEOnethld PRICOnUlId V 1 1Onethird
Onethld reduction on Girls Wash Sailor Suits SuitsComplete 8ultComplete uitsir
ir Complete new n 1U stock of wash W ash dresses for forschool forr4j 1h1b
fYD r4j V school girls JVO
machines were not gain pmtiJlJf gamnhibg Mine devices devit Not Notcontent NotContent I Icontent
content with this one of f the cigar f More Moremen ora oramen
men took the matter u Ipfore t fore Judge J JWbftaker JWhitaker 1 1Whitaker I
Whitaker of the civil division of tn city citycourt ctt cttcourt eltycourt
court who decided tiiiu the machine machinewere mllchllltISwere
were gambling device Tho case was wasthen WtUIthen wasthen
then appealed to the Tllrd Ti uird district court courtand eourtaud OUttand
and Judge George G Armstrong held with withJudgo wftbJuc withJudge
Judge Juc Whitaker that th the j T 1 were ere gambling 9imbUnCdevices J1mbUDcdevloe gamblingdevices
devices After this the th ease C was carried carriedto
to the supreme court where 1Ioh re It now stands standsAn Ita ItaAn
An opinion Is expected on the caw with within ¬
in n a short time timeThe timeTIM timeThe
The machine owners lave It e taken advalo advalotage atlaJatll6e advaintae
tae of Justice Hanks decision 4gj with withvenseance a avengeance avengeance
vengeance and say they vill 111 defy dof a IUV IUVcMfr aivcrder v vcrder
crder of Mayor Braaftonl BIaDfI There WW be benothing benothing benothing
nothing done in the eajje untfl ntfl after the themayor themaor themayor
mayor gives Ids ordi ordtl > ir to Chief B wtow Buiowtoday Barlowtoday wtowtoday
today and no little influence irt luene will 18 be bebronsiit bebrought bebrought
brought to bear on the t mayor to keep keephim keephm keeplhn
him from ordering the machines taken takendown tkeDdown takendown
down and the games clQ4d o1lq d againi again againLOCAL
0 0LOCAL
i LOCAL BREVITIES BREVITIESTHE l lTHE J JTHE
THE LOCAL BANK B iK CLEARINGS yes yesterday yellterday yesterday
terday amounted to Jli373CW85 Lm as com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with 9CM7799ifor EO4Tl99l mtt for the correspond corresponding
ing day of last year yearAFTEK yearAITEU yearAFTER
AFTER RESTING in the hospital at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas I ort I IDouglas
Douglas for two weeks we J U following an anoperation anoperation
operation for appendicitis a Captain W WA WA WA I
A Cavanaugh had so far recovered yes yesterday YlJIteday ytuteday ¬
teday that he was removed to his hishome hishome I Ibome
home homeJOHN bomeJOHN homeJO1LN
I
JOHN ELMER 3IACKAT and H A AGardner AGardner I IGardner
Gardner have been appointed ted by Fred FredJaques red redJaques
Jaques county recorder as special em employes ems employes ¬ I
ployes s In his office to draw up mm nev nevownership lie lieownerlJhip imewownership
ownership plats for the county assessor assessorThis assessorThis I
This work will keep the two extra men menfor menfor menfor
for two or three months Miss i8 Edna EdnaSmith EdnaSmith i iSIftIth
Smith has been adde to too t c force as ascopyist ascopyist ascopyist
copyist to succeed Mies Pendletou PendletouTME PemlletonTIlE PendletonT1il
TIlE RETAIL MERCHANTS associa association aSHoeiatlon assoclaties ¬
ties held its regular tneesug last ni night IIljIlJtIn lit lithi
In the Auerbach building buUd ns on Main street streetand ttreetand streetmind
and discussed ed a number of matters per pertinent pertinent r rtlmmt ¬
tinent to the retail trade Outside of ofregular ofsbop ofregular
regular shop matter there was little littledone littledone i idODe
done doneTUT 1 1t
doneB
TUT t B HUGGKTT Of Taeoma Wash WH h laB liaswritten laBWlitten haswritten
written to the poctmaater po ta of Salt Lake Lakeasking LakeBllldnc Lakeasking
asking help to find his brother Winui WinuiHucgett WinulHUC WinuleHuggett
Hucgett who is sot B1Ip08ed osed to be in Salt SaltLake SaltTH SaltLake
Lake LakeTHK LakeTHE
THE TH UNITED rN ITED STATES ST A TP8 hat wtttidrann wtttidrannfrom withdruniul withdruniulfrom ILil ra 11 11frot
from entry a strip ol o land one quarter quarterof 1 1of
of a mile tie wide on either side of the theColorado theColorado I IColorado
Colorado river from fromthe the junction with withthe withthe withthe
the Grand river to tne Arizona border borderThis bor borderThis er erThis
This action taken through the secretary secretaryof 8 I Iof
of ttte interior was td tz assist t in the con conservation ¬ I Ienatton IserVstlon
servation of natural resources lE8 urces to protect protectthe
the country from a monopoly J aopoly on water waterpower waterpower waterpower
power powerWILLIAM powerWILLIAX powerWILLiAM
WILLIAM WADE ADE wus W arrested at the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande Station Wednesday night nightby iiightby I
by Policeman B E Siegfus for picking pickingan
an old manp mAn pockets In the past the thepickpockets th thepickpockets I Ipickpockets
pickpockets who han been arrested arrestedwere alT ltj ltjwere I Iwere
were only given floaters flo tefs an tho police policewere j jwere Iwere
were unable to proe ro a case > against againstthem againlltthem againstthem
them but they th < y are of f the opinion that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the have ha a good case e cxs against Wade Wadeproviding Wadeproviding a l lproviding
providing the court will set a reason reasonable I rasonable > asoulLolt ¬
able date for the trial trialNovel trialOLD trialOII
OLD MINISTERSDANQUETED MINISTERSDANQUETEDNovel 1INIST RS BANQUETED i iNovel
Novel Feature Marks Opening of the theMontana theMontana theMontana
Montana Methodist Conference Conferenceat
at Butte ButteButte ButteButte ButteButte
Butte Mont Aug 2J nA A novel banquet banquetwus
was one of th t the features that marked to todays today todays ¬
days day session 1le 8ion of the Mate confeieii t uf ufthe urthe ufthe
the Methodist Episcopal church being beingtendered beingtendered beingtendered
tendered to ten of the t oldest Methodist Methodistministers Methodistministers i imlnlaters
ministers in Montana by b Mrs Emma EmmaGainer FmmaGamer EmmaGamer
Gamer last evening A splendid dinner dinnerwas dinnOrwas dinnerwas
was served and thero were several ad adIreases addre addresses
dresses reminiscent remlD nt o of early days in the theMethodist th thJilethodlat theMethodist
Methodist church in this state The Thenames i1waaHaes Thinames
names of the guests gue ts and the date of tin ir irfirst i ittrat irfIrst
first coming < to Montana were as folio follww follwwT wn wnW
W T W Van Orsdel 1872 F A Rtepin RI giH giHJr
1873 W C ShippeD 1873 Jacob AtiM lit h
1883 J W Bennett 1883 John Hoskmjr Noskiiig1Vi I
14 Jot Little 188 1 f h W Tait and MrTalt Mr MrsTaft MrTaft
Taft 1188 3 A Othre 1S88 Mrs O W WFenkra WJenIdn WJenkins
Jenkins JiltS The hostess 8 Mrs Gamer Gamerhas Gamrhas Gamerbaa
has been be < n a resident of Montana irc iiej iieSuperintendent
181 j 878
878Superintendent Superintendent W L Mills In hi his report reportlaid repctlaid reportlaid
laid particular stress stresnupon upon the viluu tlue of ofwomans ofwomans ofwomans
womans work in the church churchSixty cltarebSixty chinchSilty
Sixty members and visiting dignituri digniturimet j jmet
met in the first business bu lne a session of it itconference Iht IhtconfrellC lii liiconference
conference < today todayBishop too tooBishop todayBishop
Bishop Henry Spellniever Spelline r of St Louis Ixniisopened Lonsopened Louisopened
opened the conference COIlfere with ai at iddf addrs addrscomplImenting iddfcomplimenting + i icompl1mentlng
complimenting Montana ministers on tl tlprowth tlpo tigrowth
growth po wtk of Methodism ettodl m and urging lIrgi them themo I Iimto I
to o still greater efforts Reports of v ci an anencouraging anencouroitdnc a a aenoouraglng
encouraging nature were offered 10 ly > state staterapcrintendeats StaLSuperintendents taL taLSupcrfntendents
Superintendents W V L Mills and r I l lCrouch lJ lJCrouch LiCrouch >
Crouch An interesting feature f Jlt 1re < r rreport i lltr lltrreport th threport
report was that Montana minister ministercelve Ulini trs r rceh rceive <
celve ceh an avoragu salary of ST 7riT 7 a jear jearconference 11 11The i iThe
The conference continues < until Saturday SaturdayMrs Sat urdty urdtyM rdJ rdJMrs
Mrs M rs Winslows V Soothing Syrup Syruphas
has been n UWH UKId for YEARS by b MILLIONS MILLIONSof IILLHI IILLHIof N Nof
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