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MAY BE PAVED PAVEDEngineering PAVEDEngineering
Engineering Committee of the theCouncil dieCouncil
Council Considers Making MakingSome MakingSome
Some I Improvements mprovemenlsThf
Thf general scheme for the asphalt Ilsphaltr
r jng i ig of cross streets near Main street streetfr streetLr
fr Lr south as Ninth South street was wasn
L n another boost by the enpn engineerfug engineerfugr rlng rlngrmittee
rmittee r ittee of the city council at com com1l1
1l1 1 itt Ue t meetings last night wtHm the theImittee themittee
Imittee recommended that Sixth Sixthuth SixthFt
Ft uth street be paved from State to tol
b l L Temple streets If protests are too toof
f 10 defeat the Improvement This Thisa Thisvas
a was taken on the nsIt1on O iUon of X AtJ
3 Hunter I I i i ii tr Woodard and others living on onxth onI
xth I 80uth street streetiW streetf
iW f engineering Committee also llecld llecldr
r 1 t i have the west aide of University Universityf
f + f r t paved avci between First s South > uth and amIF
F I urth rLti South streets If the council councilthe councilt
t the recommendation The same samel1ittee sameI
I l1ittee ittee approved the plan to put in inJlont Init
Jlont it idewalks for the same distance distanceI
1 I ldition tltOfl of G E Green and others otherstUeUman othersnilman
tUeUman L D Martin was enabled enabledt
t et a L claim of 3875 through the theC
C 1 I ms committee for an accident to his hisf
f f I n May 11 last when the boy was wason wasFr
Fr on in the thumb by another young youngt
t 1 v both of whom worked in the city cityFcnfo4o citytrs
Fcnfo4o trs > rs office It was said that the thenearly theI
I nearly mashed the young mans mansHJlrnb manst1iTTull
HJlrnb ofT ofrThe ofTT
The T public grounds committee did not notth nott
th t up the matter of converting the thei theflfl
i rm Spring into a public park and andbautifying
bautifying 1 iutif ing City Creek canyon as asked askedin
in a L petition forwarded to the council councilidnesday councillv
lv idnesday night containing about 1700 1700nnms 1700ri
nnms ri fli This may be taken up at a later lalerdJt
1 dJt though no action is ex expected cted on one oneithcr
eithcr e tllfr matter this year yearFIRMS yearFIRMS
Hubbard Publicity Company and Pa Paciflc Pacific
ciflc Western Selling Company Companyto
to Incorporate IncorporateTli
111 jobbing department of the Hubrd HubrdPl1tolicity HUbbardPiji
Pl1tolicity Piji icity company hall united with the thepinc theP
pinc P itlic Western Selling company under underCr undertr
Cr first name of Pacific Western Selling Sellinglmpany Sellingc
c lmpany Incorporated The uniting of oft oft
t two concerns means a new corpora corporat
t < n organized to do a general jobbing and and1r and1r
1r f rnrting rti ng business businessXh
Xh h new organization i8 capltaIlKed for forS
S Jl of which mooo is paid up A E EIfu1bard EButbard
Ifu1bard will 111 be general manager and R Rfweet
1 sweet sales manager managerThe managerTh
The officers and directors of t1e com comJr cornrJrv
rJrv Jr are as follo follows John T Harvey
1 tslirnt < > idfnt H A Joplin vice president A AJ Ahubbard
J Hubbard secretary George W Hahn HahntT Hahntsurer
tT tsurer l1rer these with R G Sweet and andIDI1 andn
n rInas IDI1 John Johnson on making up the board of of1tors ofd
d 1tors 1torsT tors torsT
T offices of the comp compny ny are at atnitl attr
nitl tr i No 2 MackIntosh block and the thef
f lOsrloms are at No 186 South West WestTrople WestT
Trople T mpie street streetNOT
1 1NOT
NOT DEMOCRAT NOW NOWCouncilman NOWCouncilman
Councilman Fernstrom Declares Hc HcIs HeIs
Is Out of Democratic Party Partya
a m out of the Democratic party partyf
f I ouncilman F S Frnstrom last lastT lastThe
T to t The oldtime Democrats win prob probsit
sit iT up and take notIce of the an anement anTfl
ement Tfl ut of the old warhorse who whoI
I 11 i through the political campaigns eampalgnsI
C I st L twenty yeanln years in the Democratic Democraticr
r I
ir I r no more Democratic party for forT
r i am I I on a higher plane nowI am a anf af
nf f Salt Lake continued Fern Fern011niiman
mncllman Fernstrom is not af aft atfflrp
t 1 ffi fflrp no now as hp Is one ot the thecouncilmen thenuncilmen
councilmen He and Council CouncilE I
1 E Hall are both in the field In InI inMayor
I f Mayor John S Bransford for forT
T 1
a t I will you do If the Democratic Democraticnames
names a ticket this fall was wasflh
flh 11 well I will let it aloneI am amT amlItry
T the party replied the sa sage from from1nl fromI
1nl I witrd and then he took L E EI Eide
I i ide e for another consultation on onmayoralt onniivnrzIty
mayoralt lIndiftate who might be behi
1 to go gu on thf ticket tirketJEWISH ticketJEWISH
flio 111 rp regular r services at Temple Boal BnaiIitE
1 IitE > 1 t will be resumed med this evening at at1Jock atS
S 1Jock Rabbi Freund will deliver a a4lIrse adn1Irse
4lIrse on EnthusiasmIts Need as asPr asrr
Pr SSlt for Religion ReligionT
T r religious school will bE > conducted conductedEs
11 Es sual ial on Saturday mornings at 10 10o
o r k Services for the Jewish New Year YLri1 Yearv
v i1 take place on Wednesday evening at ato1ock
8 Ilok and on the following morning morninget
et 1i 1 iclock Appropriate sermons will willl
1 delivered and an elaborate choral ser servi servfr
vi vfr rendered by the choir consisting of ofIrs ofrs
Irs rs Corlnne Harris Hammer Miss Edna Ednar
S Dwvr r > w r Robert H Siddowa Charles CharlesKnt Charles1t
Knt and Miss Pearl Rothschild organist organistCONSERVATORY organistCONSERVATORY
Ahmt It hundred hundredcouples couples were In attend attenda
a at the opening dance of the seasons seasonss
8 jfS at Conservatory hall Postofflce PostofflceT
T i last night The large ballroom ballroomt
t t nq hout which scores of mirrors gave gavey
11 y f1ptions f etionS of fleeting couples In dance danleTn
Tn iments presenting a pretty sight A AytT0rres A1jirres
ytT0rres business manager stated that thatI
1 r v Intended to ron the place In such man manI
1 r as to merit patronage of good people peoplennouncement peopleMrnnuncement
nnouncement was made that freak freakdnng freakcr
dnng cr ng or all kinds would not be tol tolated tolC
C ated atedThres
0 0Thfres
Thfres nothing like sham In tamed tamedasatch tamedWasatch
Wasatch asatch ham hamIt hamIts
It Its rich and Its all to the good goodTheres goojTheres
Theres lean round the bone and tat tatround fatround
round the lean leanAn leanAni
An Ani < 1 its packed too the way that it itshould Itshould
should shouldVI shouldWASATCH
I i trak ot fat a streak or lean leanth leanVith
Vith th lots or goodness in between betweens
5 D Evans Evanstnc1ertaker Evanstnlertaker
tnc1ertaker and embalmer removed to tot teitfOfl
t c1tion 4 < nuth State tat street strettSnIt streetSalt
SnIt Lake LakeSecurity LftkeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompnny TrustCompany
32 Up Main Street StreetCapital StreetCapital
Capital 30000000 30000000Surplus 30000000Gurplus
Surplus 1 oooooo 10000000Directors ooooooDirectors
Directors DirectorsF
Deputy Clerk Finds Bequeath Bequeathment Bequeathment
ment of George Boyes BoyesDied BoycsDied
Died in 1876 1876Burled 1876Burled
Burled among the old wills In the thecounty thecounty
county clerks office for the last thirty thlrtyftve thirtylive
live years unknown and forgotten an anold anold
old will 111 executed by George Boyes was wasuncOvered wasuncovered
uncOvered yesterday by L P Palmer Palmerdeputy Palmerdeputy
deputy county clerk and clears up an anold anoki
old question in the minds of the heirs heirsof
of Boes who died In 1876 1876The 1876The
The will of George Boyes was written writtenin
in 1874 and handed to Judge Elias EliasSmith EliasSmith
Smith then at the head of the probate probatedivision probatedivision
division of the district court The judge judgewas Judgewas
was to hold It as custodian and to file fileIt fileit
It upon the death deathof of Boyes But this thiswas thiswas
was evidently forgotten for nothing nothingwas
was done In the matter Judge Smith Smithdloo Smithdied
died BOOn after Boyes and no trace of ofthe ofthe
the will which was believed to have havebeen havebeen
been written could be found Many Manysearches Manysearches
searches were made for It without avail Rvalland availand
and finally it was turned up yesterday
Boyes leaves a large posterity most mostof
of them living In Holliday near the themouth themouth
mouth of Big Cottonwood canyon Oth Others 0thera
ers Jive in Idaho and still others in Can Canada Canada
ada Boyes left a farm of fortyftve fortyftveacres
acres in the town of Holliday whlchhe whlchhebequested whichhebequested
bequested to his wife It will ill now be beprobated beprobated
probated after lying forgotten for thlr thlrtyftve thirtyfive
tyftve years 3earsFlRfMAN
Fire Chief Glore Acts Promptly Promptlyin
in Assault AssaultCase AssaultCase
Case CaseOne
One man Is out of the fire depart department departliient
ment and the cases of three others are arendll18 arepending
pending ndll18 before the officials as a result resultof
of the assault of four firemen on a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper reporter at the central sta station station
tion early Wednesday morning morningDaniel morningDaniel
Daniel Keith wh attempted to take takethe takethe
the blame for the entire four men im implicated implicated
plicated in the affair resigned his po po81thm positlon
81thm yesterday morning after a con conference conference
ference with Assistant Chief William VUliamL
L Fitagerald The other three will be bedealt bedealt
dealt with today by Chief V H Glore GloreAssistant GloreAssistant
Assistant Chief Fitzgerald has stated IStatedthat statedthat
that the matter will be taken before beforethe beforethe
the cl city council if necessary before it itis its
is s dropped and the other three Thom Thomas
as Owen Carl Odenwalder and Victor VictorDay VictorDay
Day will probably be dismissed dismissedDaniel dismissedDaniel
Daniel Keith in explaining the af affair atfair
fair declared that the assault ult grew out outGf ouof
Gf a basing prank at th the station and ie ieflied c cnled
flied that there had been any frame frameup
up between some of the police offlcer offlcerand offlcerand
and the firemen to get revenge on th thnewspaper thnewspaper
newspaper man because of recent arti articleol article
cleol in which the brutality of the po police police
lice had been exposed exposeJMEANS exposedMEANS
Santa Fes Bid for Mail Contract If IfAcepted IfAcepted
Acepted by Uncle Sm Vill Al Alfect 1 1feet
feet This CityDiSO1Hioll CityDiSO1HiollThe
The bid of the Santa Fe railroad for forthe forthe
the great transcontinental mall contract contractIs
Is causing considerable discussion In Salt SaltLlke SaltLake
Lake for it is understood that this elty eltywill eltywill
will be greatly affected should the con contract eontract
tract be landed by the Santa Fe It will willmean 111 111f1an
mean that he Union Pnct Pacific c and Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Route wll lose considerable revenue revcnUtand revenueand
and that its fast man trains which alt1 alt1carry ahidcarry
carry passengers will have to 1 be > e re reduced reduced
duced In speed and In length lengthHow lengthHowever
How However ver the Salt lAke Route in con conjunction conJunction
junction with the Union Pacific and other otherconnections otherconnections
connections in the east have announced aanouncedthat
that they will accept the speed challenge chaUengeand
and redu reduce the time accor accordingly lngly l lthese If Ifthese
these roads succeed In shiDg the gov government government
ernment that they can stili handle its ItAbusineM itsbusiness
business IUI expeditiously as the Santa Fe Fepropose Feproposes
propose It win mean that Salt Lake will willbecome willbecome
become a still more important point than thannow thannow
now on the railroad map mapThe mapThe
The entire southern California mall is isInvolved IsInvolved
Involved In the move and this I said to tobring tobring
bring about 1300000 annual re revenue nuf to tothe tothe
the railroads Of this bulllness rhp Rock RockI RockIsland
I Island land and the Southern Pacific each eachhavc eachhave
have a large slice at present presentCOMPLIMENTARY i
Entertainment Will Be BeGiven Given in Hon Honor
or of Miss Edna Evans EvansMiss EvansMiss
Miss Edna Evans a well known so soprano soprano
prano singer of Salt Lake who will 111 de depart depart
part for Paris BOOn where she will pur pursue pursue
sue her musical study will be ten tendered tendered
dered a complimentary musicale In the theThlrtyftrst theThirtyfirst
Thlrtyftrst ward meeting house Ninth NinthEast NinthEast
East and Ninth South streets tonight tonightby
by a number of well known local mu musicians musicians
sicians siciansAn
An excellent prograM has been pre prepared prepared
pared and among those who will ap appear appear
pear are H B Dougall Miss Hazel HazelBarnes HaselBarnes
Barnes John W Yo Summrhays Horace HoraceS
S Ensign Miss Eva Crawford Miss MissEdith n8SEdith
Edith Grant Miss Irene Kelly Miss MissMargaret MissMargaret
Margaret Summerhays and others othersWEST
0 0WfST
Such Is the Opinion of Union Pacific PacificOfficial PacificOfficial I
Official in Discussing Mag Magnates Magnates
nates Death D6fithOmaha DeathOmaha
Omaha Neb Sept tVice President Preshlentfolder PresidentMohier
folder of the Union Pacific In discuss dlscussI discusslug
I lug Mr Harrimans death said saidThe saidThe
The various states through which the theUnion theUnion
Union Pacific operates have lost In the thedeath thedeath
death of Mr Harriman one of their best bestfriends bestfriends
friends He was prodigal almost in the theway theway
way ot expenditures In improved condi conditions condlftona
tions for the public and naturally his hisenormous hisenormous
enormous expenditures have enhanced enhancedthe
the value of every everything thine surrounding it itHe itHe
He was generous to a fault exceed exceedly exceedingly
ingly ly kindhearted never resentful no nomatter nomatter
matter to what ext etnt nt provoked and andduring andduring
during my entire acquaintance with withhim withhim
him I never heard him speak ill of any anytenKm anyerao1L
tenKmHe tenKm erao1LHe
He tully appreciated the friendly friendlynUment friendlysentiment
sentiment expressed by the people of ofthe ofthe
the great west to whose interest he de devoted devoted
voted his great abilities and sacrificed sacrificedhis
his liCe liCeAs ilfeAs
As to the future management of the theURton theUnion
Union Pacific and the Harriman lines linesI
I am In no position to give any informa information Informathan
than as I have no knowledge but one onethine onething
thing III definitely certain that a prop property property
erty having such wide Influence in such suchftne suchfine
fine physical condition and with such suchmqnlftcent suchmagnificent
magnificent future prospects can do donothing donothing
nothing elM but maintain Its credit and andbe andbe
be a vast benefit to the country which whichit
it traverses In the future as Mr Har Harriman Harrinmn
riman has made It In the past pastKodak pastKodakFlntshl
Kodak KodakFlntshl Finishing Finishingait ng ngat
ait Lkc P 1toSutDiv to Surt y 0 H2 1lain MaLnHihest
10 10HIhest
HIhest price paid for strictly fresh freDbeg fresheggs
eg eggs i < THE ROYAL CAFE
5 1i uL
New Section Director in inCharge inCharge
Charge of Weather We at her Bureau
Section Director Weather Bureau Assistant Section Director
Salt Lake MS been made division dlvhlloncenter divisioncenter
center for the entire plateau region in inthe inthe
the weather bureau service and A H H1hhSlen HDhiessen
1hhSlen of Troy N Y and one of the themost themost
most prominent men In the weather weatherbureau weatherbureau
bureau service has been appointed sec section seeHon
Hon director to succeed Dr Robert T JHyatt TH3att
Hyatt who hail been retired because becauseof
of ill health healthThe healthThe
The plateau region Includes the en enUre entire
tire intermountain country which has hasno hasno
no ocean drainage The greater part partof partof
of Navada Idaho parts of Oregon Oreonoming OregonWyoming
Wyoming oming and all of Utah are included includedand includedand
and the new director will have super supervision supervision
vision of all the hundreds of sub substations substations
stations in this region AU climato climatological climatological
logical reports will be made by Mr MrThiessen MrThlessen
Thiessen to the department at Wash Washington ash ashington
ington ingtonMr
Mr Thiessen arrived In Salt Lake Lakeesterday Lakeyesterday
yesterday morning and Immediately hnmedlateltook Immediatelytook
took up his duties He comes directly directlfrom
from Indianapolis where he as di director director
rector in charge and to wfch station stationVerne statIonVerne
Verne H Church present chief ob observer ohserver
server at the local station is to go as asdirector asdirector
director in charge within the next few fewdays fewdays
days These changes involve a con cons considerable
s siderable derab e shakeup in the local bureau bureauJ
J Cecil Alter an observer has been beenappointed beenappointed
appointed to succeed Yr Church ChurchDr
Dr Hyatt will practically retire al although although
though he will remain as a special gov government government
ernment observer with light duties dutiesHarvey dutiesHarvey
Harvey L Selley former mes inesaenger inesaengerand nger ngerand
and office OO boy at the bur bureau u will be n1 n1assistant anassistant
assistant observer at the weathEr bu bureau bereau
reau at least for the pr praest praestSeiley nt Yotln1
Selley has grown up In the servlceand servlceandIt service and andit
It Is likely he will profit by the present presentchangt presentchange
change changeDr > o oDr
Dr Hyatt who ilC retring Is one of ofthe oithe
the oldest wtatiHr bur hurei n m men n in th the thedp1rtmnt
dqnrtmf nt In po nt of rvi k HI Te fn enRETIRING I
Officers at Fort Douglas Wi WiConsider Will WillConsider
Consider Case of Captain CaptainRifenberrich CaptainRifenberrich
Rifenberrich RifenberrichCaptain
Captain Ri Richard bard Rlr IUfjnberrIeh > nberrlch of the theFifteenth theFifteenth
Fifteenth IntantJ lilfantry stationed at Fort FortDoug1 FortDouglas
Doug1 Douglas will prob prohabl blf be retired from fromthe tramthe
the service becaWleot beciuse at III healtJt some 80tnetime sometime
time this month A retiring board coq coqsi consisting
si sisting tlng of Majors Willis T May An Andrew Andrew
drew S Rowan FIfteenth Infantry InfantryMajor infantryMajor
Major WIlliam E PurvbnC medical medicalcorps medicalcorps
corps Captain Willis llUs Uline Fifteenth FifteenthInfantry Fifteenthinfantry
Infantry First Lieutenant Thomas B BMcGowan BMcGowan
McGowan medical reserve corp Cap Captain Captam
tain tam WilUnm A Cavenauh FJtteenUI FJtteenUIinfantry Fjtteenthinfantry
infantry has been appointed by the war wardepartment wardepartment
department at Washington to consider coniderthe
the case ThIs board which is com comprised coinprised
prised entirely of officers stationed at atFort atFort
Fort Douglas will meet at the fort the thelatter thelatter
latter part of the month monthCaptaIn monthCaptain
CaptaIn Uif Rifenberrich nberrich Is suffering from froma
a chronic disease contracted while serv servIng servIng
Ing the Philippines Although OMpar OMparatively omparatively
atively a young man he has seen con considerable conalderable
siderable service In the army and 115 115popular ispopular
popular in army circl circles He entered the thesenile theservice
senile In 1891 and soon became It see seeond e eond
ond lieutenant in the SIxteenth Infan Infantry Infantry
try His next promotion gave him a afirst afirst
first lieutenancy iieuten ncy in the Twentyninth In Infantry infantry
fantry and BOOn after he was ma made a acaptain acaptain
captain in the Fifteenth infantry In Inthis Inthis
this latter capacity h he sa saw much active activeservice activeservice
service In the Philippines PhilippinesTust
Just what th the conditions of his retire retirement retirement
ment will Be will not be known UQtiI UQtiIafter uptilafter
after the retiring board meets At pra prant present
ent nt the officers named as members of ofthe ofthe
the retiring Iring board are In the mountains mountainsIth mountainswith
with Ith their troops on a march marchThe marchThe
The merit of the Wasatch Branch BranchDid BrandsDid
Did bring them Into fame fameThe famsThe
The good housewife this brand de demands demands
mands mandsIhere mandsThere
There are nonE ilt the same sameA
0 0A
A S Camp Campbell lI tock Broker 315 D DF DF
F Walker alker block jloekDaily blockDaily
Daily Saltalr Bathing Trains I
130 30 returns 1145 200 returns 410 430SIHBtEY3lC3llIbN
0 0SlnnEYnCln
SlnnEYnCln co Corh
The rh onl only stationery and OcneB OcneBsupplv orriessupply
supply store In Salt Lake taper taperating
atJngtheh ating their own printing office
73 1 E lr1J So Both phones phonese phonesDaily nhonesDaily
Daily Saitair Bathing Trains TrainsI
I f i returns 1145 200 returns 430 430For 430For
For Men MenMark
Mark Cross has a new one oneIts oneIts
Its a brass and leather scarf scarfor
or tic holder Neat and snap snappy snappy
py like all the Cross Goods Goodsarc
arc Its It S an inexpensiye gift giftyet giftyet
yet highly useful and orna ornamental ornamental
mental mentalSCHRAMMS mentalwIthRE
i i J
tered into the work when all meteoro meteorolog2cal meteorolog2cal
log2cal work was carried on b by th tharmy the thearmy
army signal corps When the weather weatherbUleU weatherbureau
bureau was made a distinct division of ofthe ofthe
the agricultural department Dr Hyatt II3attas Hyattwas
was as made section director at the St StLouis StLouis
Louis station In 1903 he came to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake In the same capacity and has bad badcharge hadcharge
charge of the local bureau for the last lastsix lastsix
six years Lately his health has broken brokendon brokenlOwn
don and although a large and robust robustman robustman
man less than a year ago today he is isemaciated isemaciated
emaciated heat nt and crippled Recent Recently
ly y he took a long trip to southern Call California Callfornia
fornia but failed to benefit b by it Since Sincethen Sincethen
then he has gradually grown worse worsuntil worseuntil
until he has been unable to excrcls excrclsactive exercheactive
active supervision over the bureau bureauThc bureauThe
Thc new director Is a man of wide widerepute widerepute
repute as a student of climatology and andm andmeteorology
m meteorology When wireless telegra telegraphy telegraphy
phy experiments wercftrst were first being taken takenup takenup
up by the government the work was wasIn wasin
In the hands of the weather bureau bureauFor bureauFor
For ftV fivc yeaS Mr Thiessen was the theleader theleader
leader in all wireless experiments He Hentrlbutd Hicontributd
ntrlbutd several Important details detailsto
to the final perfected machine He has hasbeen hasbeen
been In t the federal weather bureau bureaurvkE bureauservice
service rvkE for eleven yearS years during which whichtime whichtime
time he has held many important posi positions positfon
tions throughout the country countryOne countryOne
One of thc first things Mr Thiessen Thiessenwill
will und undertake rta1ie In his new capacity 115 115the isthe
the instanat on of a weather kiosk for torS forSalt
S Salt lt Lake The kiosk Is a large shed shedlike shedlike
like box containing observing instru instruments instruments
ments and Indkatorl set In a plat platgla platglass
gla glass case through which the layman laymann
an n interpret the weath r outlook fo fohlm fohimself
hlm himself lt and can read the temperatures tcmppratureFlnd
lnd OthH things pertanfng to the work worknf
nf the bureau This kiosk will probably
be statIoned near th federal build buildI
I inz in
AT STAn fAIR fAIRBlacklisting FAIRBkicklisting
Blacklisting System Is Pro Protection
tection for the Manage Management Management
ment Here HereFake
I IFake
Fake shows exhibitions or will not nothave nothave
have a lqokln at the Inland Empire Empireexpd EmpireexWsltlon
expd exWsltlon tIon which will be held In this thkcity thiselty
city from Oct 4 to 9 Secretary Horace HoraceEuignstated HoraceEnsign
Euignstated Ensign stated yesterday that absolute aUo1uteprotectioJl absoluteIrotcction
protectioJl was guaranteed because of ofthe ofthe I
the fact that the Utah State Fair u asso association o oelation
elation is now a member or the Amen Amerlcan Amencan
can Association or Fairs and Exposi Expositions Expositiona
tions tionsBy tionaBy
By a system of blaeklhUng all allshos allshows
shows or perSons persons that have turned turnedcrooked turnedcrooked
crooked deals < at any state fairs In Inthe inthe
the United State will have no chance chanceto
to get contracts with the Utah fall p pee peepie o opic
pie A full list of all persons or shows showsIn
In III repute has been received At least leastto leasttwo
to exhibItions that had been conllld conllldered considered
ered favorably are to bc excluded excludedShow excludedShow
Show people are afraid of the Amen Imerican Amencan
can association because of the great greatpower greatpower
power It wields and as a consequence consequencemost
most or tb them m follOw their contracts ver verc very verycarefully
c carefully carefullyThe rcfullyThe
The blacklisting system also applies appliesto
to judges In case any crooked work Is Issuspected issuspected
suspected oi o any judge he Is given a ahearing ahearing
hearing before the fair ass association iatlon and andunless andunless
unless h he makes a satisfactory account accounting accounting
ing he Is blacklisted bJaekUstedc bJaekUstedODtll blacklistedo c
Former Governor Says Future Will WillDemonstrate
Demonstrate Harrimans HarrimansForesight HarrimansForesight
Foresight ForesightKewburgh ForesightNewburgh
Kewburgh N Y Sept BenJamln 2BenjaminB BenJamlnOdeU
B OdeU former governor of New ew York YorkIr YorkMr
Mr Ir Harrlmana closest personal r onal friend friendId friendsaid
said Id tonight tonightWealth tonightWealth
Wealth was not his goal Rather he heaimed heaimed
aimed to do tho those things that would wouldmake
make his name synonymous with the thebroadest thebroadest
broadest national progress progressMy
My own more or less IntimAte asso association assoelation
elation with him gave me opportunities opportuniUeato
to study the man His life was devoted devotedeseentiaJly devotedessentially
essentially to building up rather than to totearing totearIng
tearing down and while man many wondered wonderedJot
Jot his daring there never was a doubt doubtIn
In his own mind as to his ultimate sue succeES suecess
cess In everything und undertaken undertakenThe rtaken rtakenThe
The world will miss Edward H Har Harriman Harriman
riman and the future will iJI demonstrate demonstratethe
the remarkable foresight which charac characterized charactensed
tensed his work workGfN workGEi
Was Formerly Governor of Colorado Coloradoand Coloradoand
and Also Minister to toHawa toHawaii
Hawaii HawaChicago HawaiiChicago
Chicago Sept 9General General Edward EdwardM
M McCook exgovernor of Colorado fColoradoand Coloradoand
and former minister of the United UnlteStates UnitedStates
States to Hawaii died at the Chicago ChicagoBaptist ChicagoBaptist
Baptist hospital here today of ofBrights ofBrights
Brights disease dleeueG diseaseGneral
G Gneral neral McCook was as ahlb ai member amemberof a memberof
of the Kansas legislature in 1SIJO His Hisbrother Hisbrother
brother General Arisen G McCook or orNew orNew
New York was with him when he died diedneral diedGeneral
General neral McCook was born In Steu Steubenvllle Steubenville
benvllle 0 in 1m His home was In InDenver inDenver
Denver Interment will be at Steuben SteubenlIIe
As the guest of Steve Senhouse the thePOPular thepopular
POPular bIcycle rider a number of news newspappr newspaper
paper meQ and friends of the bike game gamewore gamewore
wore entertained last night at the home homeof hornsoftharMer
of oftharMer then r m South Ninth E Easttr ast streL t
The Dutch lunch was th3 centerpiece centerpieceand
and n most enjoyable evening was passed pallHllThe passedThe
The < cntral Cnni 11 eokc ol < p company company1ns
has 1ns mad ma n Irg Jig In the price ot otrJel ofrcI
rJel < prrgs rgs at and Is still selling sellingit
it at 575 per ton tonA
A o i
More Details for Entertainment Entertainmentof
of President to Be Ar ArrangedPlans Arran
rangedPlans rangedPlansMore ran g edFl ans ansMore
More complete details for the enter entertainment entertainment
tainment of President William H Taft Taftand Taftand
and party will be made at a meeting meetingof
of all committees in the office of Gov Govrnor Govtrnor
rnor ViIIam Spry Saturday afternoon afternoonat
at 2 oclock The meeting will be the themost themoat
most important held thus far and de details details
tails of th entertainment of the presi presidential presidential
dential party will be discussed at atlength atlength
length with the po possible lble appointment appointmentof
of new committees Invitauons have haebeen havebeen
been sent to ftftyftve men all ap appointed appointed
pointed on committee and it Is ex expected expected
pected that most of these will be pres present present
ent at the meeting tomorrow tomorrowYesterday tomorrowYesterday
Yesterday the following financiers ftnanclentwere
were appointed alii the finance commit committee
tee for the Taft welcoming and enter entrtalnment entertainment
talnment W S McCornlck chairman chairmanL
L S Hills M H Walker T E Cos Cosgriff Cosgruff
gruff Byron Groo C S Burton Frank FrankKnox FrankKnox
Knox R T Badger Heber M Wells WellsH elii eliiH
H P Clark O C Beebe W W Riter Riterand Riterand
and F E MeGurrin MeGurrinSeeral McGtirnlnSeveral
Several meetings have already beel beelheld beexheld
held of committees for the entertain entertainment entertainment
ment of the presl presidential < mtial party which whichwill whichwill
will arrive in Salt Lake at 430 oclock oclockon
on the afternoon of Friday Sept Septand 4 4and
and remain here until Sunday after afternoon afternoon
noon The plans eolved at thes thesmeetings thestmeetings
meetings will be taken up before the themass themass
mass meeting of conmittecmen Satul Satulda Satuday
da day afternoon and still further step steptaken
taken for the entertainment of the thepresident thepresident
president during his three days stay in inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake
F A Slade Wants Courts Order for forShares forShares
Shares of Stock in Clothing Store Storcand Storeand
and Some Other Things ThingsMore
More trouble between Fred A Slade Sladend Sladeand
and nd Melvin W Crane who were partners partnersin
in the Mullett Clothing company before beforeIhe beforethe
the store went Into tiN ham of a re recihcr recsivcr
cihcr came to light yesterday in the fil filing filtag
tag of a suit by Slad against Crane and andIhe andthe
the Utah Savin Savings Trust company In Int inthe
t he Third 41 4tstrlct trlct court for the return of ofo
20 o shnros of stock which Slade claims claims1I0W claimsnow
now belong to him himThe himThe
The shares were purchased by SladE SladEand Sladeand
and Crane on July IS lJOS fo for 45000 OOO from fromGlOrgc fromGeorge
George H Dais and Hazel D Mullett Mullettpaying Muliettpaying
paying UOOQ 6i and pla plaCIng lng th stock in the theUtah theUtah
Utah Savings 01 Trust company a tros trostee trustee
tee until the payment of the IOOQ bal balanel halsuet
suet Crane was to have paid fivesix fivesixteenths fivesixteenths
teenths of this It is claimed but has not notJald notpaid
paid an any whfl Slade caim > > he has paid paidall paidall
all but 000 0 of the amount amountS1ad amountSlade
S1ad now asks for a court order to have havethe havethe
the stock turn turnd > d ove t to him none to go goto goto
to Crane that in addl addition lon ta this he re recthe recelve
cthe Cranes secutlt in n the nape of ofIIf oflit
lit insurance And that the judgmnt judgm at of ofthe ofthe
the court be considered a lien on 15 125sIares
stllCft of th Mullet stock originally originallyowned
owned b Crane CraneCITY
Mayor Again Asks Him for Lc Lca1 l JId1 Ad Advice
vice in Regard to Slot MaciliJies MaciliJiesin
in This City CityAgain CityAgain
Again Mayor John S Bran Bransford > ford bas basa hasaskrd
a askrd k the city attorney to give him some somlegal somelegal
legal advice In regard to tIle slot machines machinesnow
now running In Salt Lake The mayor mayorput mayorput
put the natter up to the city attorney attorneymore attorneymore
more than a week ap before taking any anysteps anysteps
steps regarding the matter but the city cityattorney
attnn attorney ey has lit so far failed to follow the thtmayors themayors
mayors instructions Yesterday the themayor themayor
mayor signed all ot th ths council action of ofWednesday
W Wednesday nesday night and pecially > I < directed directedihat directedLlat
ihat the Jo FrnstrOni rnltrom r ruolution lution go to the thechief thechief
chief of police and to th elt city attorney attorneyThe
The mayor I Is not sure what can be done doneIn
In th the matter of closing the slot machines machinesand s sand
and has taken no step = to have th thfrdirlUJC thordiranc
frdirlUJC enforced Through the default defaultof
of the city attorne attorneys 8 offie taken pun purts punosly
ts osly ly the slot machines are nOlll run ruhntng running
ntng and the elt city has not yet flied an anappeal anappeal
appeal to the d district tnt court Mayor Bran Branford Brassford
ford yesterday e8trda directed that a copy of ofrhe ofihe
rhe resolution be sent to the city attor attorne attorney
ne ney and again au for an opinion in the theloatle theI I
loatle I
Rabbi Joseph Heveah Takes Charge Chargeof
of Congregation Montefiore MontefioreRabbi
Rabbi Joseph Hcve Hevesh h form formerly rly of ofBrookyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn arrived In the city yesterday yestenlayto
to take charge of Congregation Mont MonttiOfe Montfloes
floes the Jewish orthodox synagogue in inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake = This position has been en vacant vacantand vacantand
and hall been filled only tmporarily since sincethe sincethe
the death of Rabbi Brodl BrodlRabbi BrodkRabbi
Rabbi Hevesh ill a graduate of the Jew JewIsh Jewtab
tab Theological seminary of New York YOkand Yorkand
and alllO of Columbia college Before Beforecominlf Beforecoming
coming to Salt Lake he had charg of ofa
a Jewish orthodox congregation at Brook Brookb1I Brooklye
lye b1IOn On Sunday afternoon at i oclock Rabbi RabbiHlwesh RabbiHevesh
Hlwesh will meet his congregation at tb tbEnas the thesynagogue
Enas synagogue gue on Third East and win ad addrss address
dress th them m giving an outline of his pat psiIcy
11 Icy During the w1tru Hebrew Young YoungPeQples YoungPeoples
Peoples society wi will be organised and andregular andregular
regular meetings held On Fl1da Friday even evenInp evenIngs
Inp during the winter Rabbi He Hevesh sh will willddiver wiltdthver
ddiver pUblic lectures at the synagogue synagosueIrs
Irs A A Kerr announces the open opening upeing
ing of a pianoforte studio at 1 1041 1 East EastSouth Esstsouth
South Temple VIII register pupils pupilsmornings pupilsmornings
mornings during the week lad phone pbonSI8 phoneis18
SI8 Bell MOa MOxGrand MOaGrand
Grand ball Wandamere Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night nightThe nightThe
The Central Coal Coke company compaft7has
has made no change In the price of ofRock ofRock
Rock Springs coal and HI still selU selling g it itat Itat
at 7i per ton tonGrand tonGrand
Grand ball Vandamere Saturday Saturdayni Saturdaynight
ni night ht
We believe that in manufac manufacturing manufacturing
turing jewelry it should be bebuilt bebuilt
built from the INSIDE out outand outand
and not in merely putting puttingon
on an outside polish polishExpericnce polishExperience
Experience skill time and andfine andfine
fine materials arc the fea featurcs features
turcs of all our g gdods gdodsAn ods odsAn
An absolute guarantee and a rca reasonable rcasonable
sonable price priceI priceSALT
T1th1K lIl R 01 Hu eel eelZ
= < > Z 1 t c < J >
Our Store Will VillBe Be Closed ClosedAll ClosedAll
All Day Today TodayWe
We are moving to our eleglint new newquarters new newquarters
quarters and also preparing our Qurnew ournew
new fall goods for the theFormal theFormal
Formal Opening OpeningTomorrow OpeningTomorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowThe
The new styles it in clothes for men menand menand
and boys in all the late shades and andpatterns andpatterns
patterns will be shown
245 South M Min in East Side
CANT C PLAY 131AYPIANO PIANO NOW NO NOachinist i iMachinist
Machinist M Would Charge Denver DenverRio I IRio
Rio Grande 5000 for Loss of ofHis ofHis
His Index Finger FingerIs
Is the Index finger of a machinist machlnlstmusician machinistmusician
musician worth OOO This Is the qus qustJon queslion
lion that will have to b decided In the thedistrict thedistrict
district court through an action flied yea yeaterday es
terday by A D Perry against the Dt Den Denver > n nver I
ver Rio Grande Railway company for forttat forthat
that amount Perry was a machinist In Inthe inthe
the local shop of the railroad company companyOn
On August t this year he was sharpen sharpenIng
lug one of his tools on an emery wheel wheelwhen wheelwhen
when his hand was pulled down and the theIndex theindex
Index finger of the right hand was cut cutof cutoff
of off Perry claims that the emery wheel wheelwas wheelwas
was chipped anti broken and blames the thecompany thecompany
company for allowing It to get in that thatcomlitlon thatcondition
condition comlitlonPerry conditionPerry
Perry says he was a piano player and andwu andwas
wu earning arnln about 3 a night above his hisarnlngs hisearnings
earnings as a machinist He claim > > that thatthe thatthe
the 1 loss of the finger hu made this Im Impoasible impossible
possible and asks for iOOO 0U0 to pay for forthe forthe
the loss of that finger fingerl fingerLOCAL
KENT O KEYES commercial agent here herefor herefOr
for the New York Central lines has hasgone hasgone
gone to Boi Boise e Idaho and other northern northernterritory northernterritory
territory on railroad bu business businessTHE iness inessTHE
THE ST STATEMENT A TE ENT was made yesterday yesterdaythat
that a do dosen n of the new electric cars ears for forthe forthe
the Bamberger road between this city cityand cityand
and Ogden will arrive In this city in intime intime
time to be placed on exhibition at the theState theState
State fair fairTHE fairTHE
THE OREGON SHORT LINE announces announcsthat announcesthat
that on next Sunday there will 111 be Insti Instituted Instituted
tuted an additional train service bf bftween between
tween this city and Ogden An extra extrapassenger extrapassenger
passenger train will leave this city eltyevery cityevery
every Sunday for Ogden at 1 oclock In Inthe inthe
the afternoon to connect there with the theOerland theOverland
Overland limited limitedWITHIN limitedWITHIN
WITHIN A FEW DAYS the street rail railway railway
way company will begin work on new nlwfall newfall
fall schedules which are to go into intoeffect intoeffect
effect on No Nov 1 Before that time timework timework
work win have been finished on the theTonian theJordan
Jordan bridge exten extenSion ion and on the theNinth theNInth
Ninth avenue line and these exten extensions extensbus
sions will be taken into considerati conalderatWnwhen < 1n 1nwhen
when the ne new schedule i is made madeMONDAY madeMONDAY
MONDAY EVENING In the fire station stationat
at Murray infra will be held a meeting for forthe forthe
the purpose of electing a chief to till the theplace theplace
place made vacant by the resignation gnatlon of ofSam ofSam
Sam Whittle There are two or three three1l1crly threelikely
likely nrem firemen n Ult for the plac Captain CaptainCon
Con Gallagher Is mentioned among the themost themost
most prominent At this me meeting tln8 dele delegates delegates >
gates will be elected to attend the fire flremens firemens
mens convention at Ogden next week weekA
A K HUMPHRIES reported the sale saleyesterday
yt yesterday > of a flvero fiveroom m modem brtcJt brtcJthouse brieihouse
house at W East Seventh South street streetto
to Mrs Int M labIa Root The former formerollln formerowner
ollln owner r of tbe property was Ira Sophia SophiaEo
Eo Rhod Th price paid for the house houseand houseand
and the adjoining Jot was 8S 13 13THE 3500 3500THE
THE OFFICE of the presiding bishopric bishopricfrom
from the temporary quarters In the theBrigham theBrigham
Brigham Young 1II Memorial orial building to tothe tothe
the new office in the Church Adminis Administration Admlnistratlon
tration building buildingA
A C BULLIY SULLIVAN AN cashier of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Security Trust company I kaves kavestoday > aVN aVNtOOa
tOOa today for a business trip east He will willbe willbe
be gone about ten lays and while In InChMlSo inChcago
ChMlSo will attend t the Am American AmericanBankers rlcan rlcanFankT8
Bankers convention which convenes convenesttrere convenestbsre
ttrere Sept 13 13JUDGE 13JUDGE
th thc juvenile court will hold a session sessionat
at 10 oClock this morning when 8V 8Veral sveral
eral eases will bE > heard ard Beginning next nxtk nextwiek
wiek k however the sessions will be held heldeach heldeach
each week on Mondn Mondayand and Thursday ThursdayTHE
THE STERLING COMPANY filed suit suitin suitin
in tho Third district court yesterday ystnlayagainst yesterdayagainst
against Walter J Poulton jr and Yal Walter Yalter
ter J Poulton for ID 1321 alleged to tobe tobe
be due on a joint note for that amount amountdated amountdated
dated May 8 1M on which only ZOO ZOObaa 200has
baa been paid Besides e fdes this S2 250 O Is Isasked isasked
asked for attorney feet feesEDWARD
EDWARD M r ASITON of the firm of ofBhton ofAshton
Bhton Jenkins real estate left yes yesterday yesterday
terday afternoon on a bu business eS8 trip to toPortland toPortland
Portland and Seattle
EXPLOYES of F Aue Auerbach bach Brothers Brotherswere Brotherswere
were at the Colonial theatre last night nightenjolng nightenjoying
enjoying the play The Love Route RouteThe RouteThe
The tickets were presented by the man management management
agement ot of the store storeR storeMR
have returned from lit several days visit visitat visitat
at the Utah Hot Springs north of Og Ogden Ogden
den denON denON
ON HIS RETURN from a tl fishing hing trip tripin
in Cache valley lichen M I Well Ned NedFerry NedFerry
Ferry and the lad ladMa of their part partstopJled partystopped
stopped at the Utah Hot Springs a north northot
ot Ogden and had an eu enoyabIe Srrin yable time timeThe timeThe
The form r governor ba had not visited visitedthe visitedthe
the springs for twenty years and was wasdelighted wasdelighted
delighted with the improvements that tbathave thathave
have taken place placeWASATCH placeASATCII
WASATCH LODGE No1 No 1 F A A X Xwill Atwill
will hold a regular monthly meeting this thisIrlday thisFriday
Friday evenlnn Sept 10 at I oclock oclockJ
J E KEARNS of Cod Cody Wyo 0 a brother brotherof
of former Senator rhomas ttearna earns ta taIn IsIn
In the ell city on business Mr Kearns IearnabaS Kearnsbaa
baS extensive mining and livestock ba baterHts Isterests
terHts In Wyoming Cuba and South SouthAmerfclI SouthAmerica
America He was formerly a re reeldeni reeldeniof idt idtof
of Salt Lake and Is planning on mask maJtIRg maskleg
leg this city once more his lteadquar lteadquartelL
telL telLTHE tensm
THE m PRIMARY TEACHERS ot the city citywa1l citywill
will bold an instttute this afternoon at atthe atthe
the Lafayette school They will lie ad addrceeed addressed
drceeed by the primary grade super supervisors uperi
visors visorsTHE i ors orsTHE
SCHOOL win meet at the church on onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday at 23e for n trolley ride A ASOOd Agood
good time Is ex expected expectedMiss cted ctedMiss
Miss Nora Gleason Gleason11I
will 11I arrange her classes for the fall an1 an1winter anlwinter
winter term Monday Hours 9 a Ill Illto rnto
to 1 p m 2 p m to 8 p tn Con CflStttU CflStttUflea > titu titutlO1
flea block blockCoys
C >
MCoys Coys livery nrrlagl and Ug UgIIvcry lfgI
I livery Both phone > SI 1
Acme AcmeQuality AcmeQuality
Quality QualityPaints QualityPaints
Paints PaintsIf
If you lire pAinting your yourhouse yourhouse
house J JIf IIf
If you lire pAinting your yourfloors yourfloors
floors floorsIf
If you are enameling your yourbathtub yourbathtub
bathtub bathtubIf
If you lire doing Anything Anythingwhere anythingwhere
where good pRint or finishes finishesare
are required be sure to get getthe getthe
the Acme Qm Quality ity kind kindA
A Paint for Every Purpose PurposeCulmer PurposeCulmer
Culmer Paint PaintGlass J JGlass
Glass Co
37 East First South SouthRAILRAAD SouthRAILRAAD
J Brinker Formerly of S Salt lt Lake Is IsNow IsNow
Now General Freight and Pus Passen Passenger en enger
ger Agent llt Texas City CityA
A statement from the office of the vice viceprsldent vicepresident
president of the Southern Kansas rail railroad railroad
road the Pecos Northern Texas rail railroad railroad
road and the Pecoe River railroad a all alllines 11 11lines
lines of the Santa Fe system was r rceived rceived
ceived yesterday announcing the prom promlion pronrition
lion of 1 Brinker formerly of this cit citto city cityto
to the position of general freight alld alldpas ai aipassenger
pas passenger eoger agent with an office at atAmarillo atAmarillo
Amarillo Texas TexallMr TexasMr
Mr Brinker was well known In Salt SaltLake SatLake
Lake a few years altO and was popular popularwith popularwith
with railroad men and with hipper ehippersHe hipperHe
He Wall assistant freight agent at Og Ogden Ozden
den for the Denver A Rio Grande for < L Ltlm Ltime
time later becoming assistant genLd genLdfrtight genrL1freight
freight agent for the Denver Ro RoGrande RoGrande
Grande under S H Babcock in this cit citJoor city cityFor
For a year he was also general agent he hefor her herfor
for the Atchison Topeka t Santa Joe JoeSalt FeSalt
Salt Lake and was finally advanced t tthe tthe
the same position for that road In t tLouis tLouis
Members of Local LocalSocialist Soclalift Party WI WII WIIHold I IHoid
Hold Meeting Sunday SundayAt
At a meeting of Socialists last night n nUnity aUnity
Unity hall In Second Ea East street a co comlttee cormlttee
mlttee was appointed to arrange for forSocialist fr frSocialist
Socialist party convention which will willheld I Iheld
held Sunday Sept 19 for the purpose purposeputting r rputting
putting a part ticket In the field for t II IIcoming t tcoming
coming city electioh electiohPrIor electiobPrior
PrIor to the meeting In Unity hall hallstreat ballstreet
street meeting addressed by 1 L Fit Fita
a Socialist speaker was held In Sec I ISouth rSouth
South street near Main street A tar larcrowd tarcrowd
crowd 1ltnEd to the talk on SocialIsm lociallfIDTh
Th The trial of Joitta on the charge of f n nstructlng ostructing
structlng the street will come up f r rhearing rhearing
hearing in the police court today T Tnight 1 1night
night Fitts will address an open a ameeting j jmeeting
meeting taking for his subject The Rl RlCriminals R I ICriminals
Criminals CriminalsRAILROAD CriminalsRAILROAD
Because Peter W Madsen bas not notpaid notpaid
paid all ot the bill of 154155 fr frfreight r rfreight
freight on four carloads of baby car carriages ar arrlages
rlages from Leomlnster Mass to Sa it itLake ItLake
Lake the Oregon Short Line Rallw Rallwcompany Railwacompany
company yesterday filed suit In he cli clitrlct ditrict
trlct court against the local furnlt II IIman i iman
man for 517081 all alleged to be still clll clllorhe duThe <
The rate Is 2li 85 peiS r hundredweigL hundredweigLand
and there was 54 543O5 pounds of baby babycarriapa babycarriages
carriages in thE shipment shipmentAfter shipmentAfter
After Oct 1 we shall occupy the thestore thestore
store at at2l4Main
214 2l4Main 2l4Mainsass Main MainOppGSite
sass sassOpposite
Opposite the Kenyon with a com complete cornplete
plete line of shoes for men worn women worncli
en and children childrenValkOver childrenWalkOver
WalkOver SLoe Store StoreNOW StoreNOW
NOW AT 17 1 MAlI

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