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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 18 1909 7
AMERICAN PARTY PARTYRIfT PARTYRIFTVIIDENING
RIfT RIFTVIIDENING RIFTVIIDENINGCouncilmanic WlDfNING WlDfNINGCouncilmanic
Councilmanic Contest in Second Sec Second
ond Ward Lippmans LippmansStronghold LippmansStronghold
Stronghold StrongholdFIGHT StrongholdFIGHT
FIGHT IS WAXING BITTER BITTEREACH
EACH DAY THE FIGHT GOES ON ONTH ONTHE
TH THE E PARTY WEAKENS WEAKENSL
L In the Second ward where the bulk of ofthe ofthe
the Lippman atren strength < < th Ilea in the cam eampalgn campaign
palgn for the American nomination for formnyor formayor
mayor there Je a pretty tlllhtbetwcen tlllhtbetwcenCouncilman tight betwcen betwcenouncilman
Councilman E G ODonnell and William WilliamPrkirng WilliamPlckoring
Prkirng Mr ODonnell JIiI an avowed avowedBransford avowedBranford
Branford man and so Informed Mr MrLippmaJl MrI
I LippmaJl It few days ago Thereupon ThereuponLip ThereuponLiplman
Liplman Lip man brought out Pickering a8 a can candldatt candidate
dldatt for the councilmanic nomination in inOPPosition inopposition
OPPosition to Mr ODonnell ODonnellIr
Mr Ir Pickering is the president of the theCarpentera theCarpentera
Carpentera union and the vote of the theWard theward
Ward Is larg largely ly that of the laboring men menflO menso
flO that th the Indication are that Mr ODon ODonroeU ODonnell
nell has 8 pretty fighton fight on hill hand In Innddition Inadditton
nddition to the labolvote labor vote of the American Americanjarb Americanarty
jarb arty which will be for PIckering In this thisward thisward
ward and through his influence for Lipp Lippman Lipprean
man there are a great number of Second Secondwrd Secondnrd
wrd voters who are opposed to Dran Dranford Braneford
ford because of hi his creation of the notor notorious notornus
ious west sldestockAde which the people peopleor
or tllA Second ward with th the uBi8lanceof assistance
of of the county authorities put out ot ex exstelwe ex1steuce
stelwe 1steuceTls stelweTII
TII + feeling between the Lippman And AndIrRTIIford andBransford
IrRTIIford supporters ill becoming tense tenlleand tenseend
and the bltterrte8K engendered will un un01bledb undoitbtedly
01bledb be carried to the poll Lipp1an Lipp Lipphlan
hlan began his campaign four mouth ago agond agoand
and nd at that time secured pledges of of311pport ofsupport
support from practically every City employe em emJiloye
Jiloye The police force wall solid for forI forTippman
I Tippman ppman Recently however there have haveHH
1 HH signs of wavering on the part of the
city emploe but the Lippman forces forcesare I
are pledges pledgesThe ft tnsleting tlng that they be he held d to their theirTbeLlppmaI theirpledges
TbeLlppmaI The Llppmar Llppmarregularly forces have a majority of ofthose II
tho those e who regularly attend the American Americanparty Americanparty
party prmaries and unless the Bransford Bransfordpeople i ipeople
people develop a new strength he will willcapture I Icapture
capture the nomination in the primariesThe primaries i
The the Is wider widereach
rift in party becoming i ieach
each day and no matter which candidate candidatewins candidatewins
wins the nomination he Is sure to be beknifed beknifed
knifed at the polls by the supporters ot otthe ofthe
the other candidate candidateThe
The feeling of opposition to the Amer American AmerIcan
ican party ticket is carried out by all ot otthe ofthe
the candidates for the Manor offices For Forattorney Forattorney
attorney there Is a threecornered fight fightbetween fightbetween
between City Attorney H G Dlnlnny G GF GF
F Goodwin and George Jay Goodwin GoodwinTh1 GoodwinThis
This tight like that for the mayoralty mayoraltynomination mayoraltynomination
nomination Is becoming bitter Friends of ofRudolph ofRudolph
Rudolph AUf city auditor declare that thatthe thatthe
the inner circle 18 sacrificing him for J JStand J Jnd
Stand nd Smith while j D Hagerman iscomplicating Is Iscomplicating
complicating things by making n strong strongfight strongfight
fight for the nomination nominaUonThroughout nominationThroughout
Throughout the clt city In almost every everyward everyward
ward there Is bitterness in the chuncil chuncilmanic ebuncilmanic
manic tights that will result disastrously dlsastrouslto disastrouslyto
to the party Even in the Fifth ward wardthe wardthe
the stronghold of the American strength strengththe
the tight between Councilman T R Black Blackand Blackand
and Id I E lulvey for the councllmanlc councllmanlcnomination Eouncilmanicnomination
nomination has caused a split in n the party partythat partythat
that presages Its end endTwo
1 1TWO
TWO OFFER BIOS BUT BUTQUORUM BUTQUORUM
QUORUM IS NOT PRESENT PRESENTOnly
Only Chairman H G lcMman and T TT T3Armstrong
3Armstrong T Ann trong were present at the meet meetIng meetIng
Ing of the board or public works last lutnight lastnight
night and nothing was done Bids were werereceived werereceived
received for the North Temple aqueduct aqueductat
at West Temple First Vest and Second SecondWet SecondWest
Wet streets but were not opened The Thebids Thebide
bids were from Zerbe Walker and Mc McKay McKay
Kay Read The bids will be opened openedthltl openedthis
this morning when the board will as asemble aseembte
emble In the office of II G McMillan McMillanThis 1II 1Illan 1IllanThl
This Is the third time the work has hasbeen hasbeen
been advertised The first time there therewere therewere
were no bide and at the second time two twobids twobids
bids were presented both of which were wererejected wererejected
rejected because of tIle price The city cityengineers cityengineers
engineers estimate is about 5000 but butno butno
no bid of less than 7000 for the three threestreet threestreet
street crossings has been received
If You Want to Buy a aBuy aBuytloday
4P1ANO 4P1ANOAt
Buy Buytloday Buytloday4P1ANO It Today TodayAt
At 46 or 10913 Main Street StreetWet
t Wet vme Side Eut Side SideThat stagyTlm
That t is if ym1 wnnt to save a good part of the theusual theusual
usual price Monday will be too late as the theGreat theGreat
Great Consolidation ConsolidationSale
Sale Ends Tonight TonightStores
Stores Open till 10
If you want to know how leally great the Bar Bargains
4 gains are in this Unequaled Piano sale ask some someof someof
of your friends who have bought an instrument instrumentluting instrumentluring
< luring the past two weeks They are so pleased pleasedthey pleasedthey
they will be glad to tell you youCASH youCASH
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
300 new Piano sells today for 198
50 new Piano sells today for 1 n 163
375 new Piano sells today for r I 267
425 new Piano sells today for 342
575 new Piano sells today for 412
650 new Piano sells today for 447
550 used Piano sells today for 1 32250
700 used Piano sells today for 38600 386 0
500 used Piano sells today for 18750
575 75 used Piano sells toqay to4aYfor for 243 00
325 us used d Piano sells today for 1830 1830The 1830The
The Best Known Makes Are Included IncludedDont IncludedDont
Dont Be a Wish I Had HadBuy HadBuy
Buy Today TodaySale Todayt
t Sale on at Both Stores StoresAnd
And It Closes Tonight at 10
46 South Main and 109113 South Main Main4EESLEY Main3EESLEY
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TO GREET TAfT TAfTPlans
Plans Made for the Part the theSchool theSchool
School Boys and Girls Are Areto Areto
to Take TakeMANAGERS TakeMANAGERS
MANAGERS ARE NAMED NAMEDLIVING NAMEDLIVING
LIVING FLAG WILL BE BEAFEA BEAFEATORETIP A FEA FEATURETIP
TURETIP TO PARENTS PARENTSI PARENTSTwent PARENTSTwenty
I
Twent Twenty thousand boys and girls and andyoung andyoung
young men and women will take part In Inthe inthe
the program of entertainment for Prel Preldent President
dent William H Taft on Sunday Sept a8 a8according 1J 1Jaccording
according to the plan outlined at a meet
ing of the e committee on children held yes yesterday yesterday
terday in the office ot Superintendent D
H Christensen CllrlstensenEery ChristensenEvery
Every elementary school hIgh school schoolpriate schoolprivate
private learning school and institution of higher higherlearning
learning will be included in the line on
Brigham street when President Taft Taftpasses Taftpasses
passes In review on the day ho leaves to tocontinue tocontinue
continue his trip around the circle The Theschools Theschools
schools of the county will turn out to do
homage to the president as well as thestudents the thestudents
students at the University of Utah and
from other colleges There was some talk talkot talkof
ot the Sunday schools of the various variouschurches variouschurches
churches diViding UP but the Sunday Shndaychoots
hools will be asked to cOoperate with withhe withthe
he day schools 80 as to eliminate any ap appearance appearance
pearance ot a religious celebration celebrationSuperintendent celebrationSuperintendent
Superintendent D H Christensen was WIUIchosen waschosen
chosen chairman of the committee and andJohn andJohn
John S Welch secretary Upon adjournment adJourn adJournJDent
JDent yesterday the committee decided to tomeet tomeet
meet again next Tuesday afternoon at S Soclock 5oclock
oclock in the superintendents office f for forfinal r rfinal
final reports
reportsThe
The Arrangements ArrangementsOnly
Only about 2500 children will be used in inthe Inthe
the Living Flag celebration at B street streetwith streetwith
with nearly Jen times that number lined linedalong linedalong
along Brigham street on the north side sideThe sideThe
The plan as outlined yesterday was to tohave tohave
have the children of the elementary grades gradesat
at the one end of the line and then grad graded
ed up to the High school and then the theuniversity theuniversity
university The students will probably IJrobablstand probablystand
stand between the north curb line and the thefence thefence
fence thus blocking the sidewalk for pe pedestrians pedestrians
destrians on the north side ot the street streetduring streetduring
during the celebration Sunday mor morning morningSuperintendent dng dngSuperintendent
Superintendent Christensen Superin Superintendent Superintendent
tendent B BW shton of the Granite dis district district
trict and Chief of Police Sam Barlow were werenamed pre prenamed
named as a committee to arrange the de details details
tails for arranging the children along
Brigham street They will visit the thegrounds thegrounds
grounds this morning
Owing to lack of instructions to parents parentsfor
for the Living Flag spectacle during duringthe duringthe
the G A R week much suffering was en endured endured
dured by the children Many of them left lefttheir lefttheir
their homes In a hurry without break breakfast breakfast
fast To avoid trouble this time a com committee conlmlttee
mittee consisting of Principal George A AEaton AEaton
Eaton of the High school Chief of Police PoliceBarlow PoliceBarlow
Barlow and William illlam A Wetzell etzell super SUItervisor supervisor
visor ot music In the city schools was wasnamed wasnamed
named to dra draw up a number of sugges suggestions suggestions
tions to be circulated among the parents parenteThese parentsThese
These will ill be given to each of the school schoolthlldren schoolchildren
children and other copies will be spread spreadbroadcast spreadbroadcast
broadcast broadcastSuperintendent broadcastSuperintendent
Superintendent G M Iumford of the theMurray theMurray
Murray district and Superintendent John JohnHansen TohnHansen
Hansen jl of the Jordan district were werenamed werenamed
named as s a committee to arrange for forrates forrates
rates for school children from the out outlying i
lying districts as several thousands are areexpected areexpected
expected to come from schools outside of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake LakeTbe LakeThe
The Living Flag spectacle was placed placedIn
In the hands of Supervisor John S Welch Welchand Velchand
and Supervisor William A Wetzell of the thelocal thelocal
local schools and Alma A Clayton pro probation probation
bation officer officerIt
It was decided that children of school schoolage schoolage
age not now attending public school can canjoin canjoin
join the schools In their respective dlll dllltricts dietrlets
tricts and march with those children to totheir totheir
their positions in the line along Brigham Brighamstreet Brighamstreet
street This will take in children who are areworking areworking
working or are out of school for S some someother me meother
other cause causeThe causeThe
The whole committee decided that one oneadult oneadult
adult would be set aside for each flft flftchildren fifty fiftychildren
children In the line and will be held re responsible responsible
sponsible for the assembly and dismissal dismissalof
of the children placed under their charge chargeThey chargeThey
They will al also o guard against an any possi possible possible
ble accidents both while fonnlpg and aft after after
er the president and party have passed
named namedtl1tl namedthe
the following men to act on the committee com committee
mittee on children In the list of commit committees committees
tees for the Taft celebration President PresidentJ
J T IGngsbulj State Superintendent A AC AC
C Nel Nelson on Chief of Police S M L Barlow BarlowPrincipal BarlowPrincipal
Principal George A Eaton Principal H HD HB
D Folsom Supervisor John S Welsh WelshSupervisor YelshSup
Sup Supervisor rvlsor William A Yetzell Superin Superintendent Superintendent
tendent B W V Ashton Superintendent G GI GarMumford
arMumford I lumford Superintendent John Han Hansen Hansen
sen jr Captain Joseph E Caine Captain CaptainWilliam CaptainWilliam
William C Webb Truant Officer Alma C CCIaton CClayton
Clayton and George D Pper PperBEST PyperBEST
BEST MUSICIANS HEARD HEARDTestimonial IIEARDTestimonial
Testimonial Concert Tonight to Miss MissEyans MissEvans
Evans Pronounced Success SuccessHers SuccessHers
Hers a Personal Triumph TriumphThe
The best of Salt Lakes musicians were wereI wereheard
heard at the Salt Lake theatre last night nightIn
I In a testimonial concert given for MIss MIssEdna MssEdna
Edna Evans giving what was pronounced pronouncedto
i to be one of the most artistic musical musicalentertainments musicalentertainments
entertainments ot the seaS season n It was 10
I cal talent throughout and a large and andI andselect
select audience was Immensely pleased pleasedMiss
I Miss Evans sang Southern Rose by byArdltl bysArditi
sArditi Ardltl in beautiful voice and responded respondedI
I to prolonged applause with When Cupid Cupidj
j Comes In her first number Miss Evans Evansreached Evansreached
reached high D with apparent ease and andperfect andperfect
perfect register registerThe
The Quartet composed of Miss Irene IreneKell IreneKelly
I Kell Kelly Miss Hazel Barnes John W Sum Summerhays Summerhays
merhays and Hugh W Dougall sang the
I RlgoletU Quartet for the opening number numberand numberand
and closed with the quartet from Robin RobinHood RobinHood
Hood both being Well balanced and pleasIngly pleas pleastingly
tingly rendered Frederick E Smith was washeard washeard
heard In Had a Horse by Kobay the thepiece thepiece
piece being admirably selected for his histull hishull
hull rich tones Miss Hazel Barnes Bang BangjIf sangi
jIf i If Thou Dldst Love Me b by Danza Danzamost Danzamost
most acceptably Cupid Hath Won lIy
Heart was sung by John W V Summer Summerhays Summerhays
hays his splendidly trained voice being
heard to advantage advlPltageThe
The two numbers with encore by Mrs 1011sEmma MrsEmma
Emma Ramsa Morris were distinctly dlstincUvgood distinctlygood
good The Torture Scene frpm 11 l lTrovotore
Trovotore and Iellsande in the
Weed by Goetz called for Annie Laurie Lau Laurie
rie which won more enthusiastic ap applause applause
plause The violin and piano duet by
George E Skelton and Squire Coop wee w s
Humoresque and each artist sustained
his reputation In the rendition renditionHorace renditionHorace
Horace Ensigns rich baritone voice In
Hosannah brought round after round roundof
of applause his number being one of the themost themost
most appreciated on the program programThe programThe
The concert was arranged by T T 1Ic
Clellan Hugh W V Dougall and F c Gra
ham for Miss Evans who With Miss Ha Hazel
zel l Barnes rnes Miss Eva Crawford and Miss
Ella Neilson will leave soon for Europe EuropeA
I
A BIG ST BERNARD DOG which had
been locked into the store unconscious
ly by the proprietor jumped through the
big plate glass window ot E F Rltcqles Rltcqlesgrocery Ritcliiesgrocery
grocery shop at Fifth South and First
Vest streets last night and thereby
raised such a hulabaloo that the police polleepatrol policepatrol
patrol with several officers was called calledout calledout
out to hunt burglars The appearance appearanceot
ot the dog badly cut about the head and andshoulders andshoulders
shoulders solved the mystery mysterySPECIAL mysterySPECIAL
SPECIAL POLICEMAN E GLASER on
duty at the Saltair depot during the thesummer thesummer
summer months Was dismissed from the theclUuge I Icharge
charge of battery in police cOJlrt yester yesterday ester esterday
day TWo weeks ago he Was fined 10
following his conviction on the same sarnocase sameease
case and he appealed Glaser thrashed thrashedTom
Tom Christ a Greek when the latter latterl1ad latterhad
had assaulted a small newsboy newsboyThere newsboyThere
There are cash value facts factsn
in n toda todays s ads You can find some someot someof
ot them easily easilyRoyal
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Open every morning Entrance on onThird n nThIrd
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PORHRIS PORTER 18 fRO HEROOF fROOf
Of THE HOLDUP HOLDUPCooness
Coolness of George Alonzo AlonzoSaves AlonzoSaves
Saves Passengers on Den Denver Denver
ver Rio Grande GrandeTo
To the coolness and quick wit of George GeorgeAlonzo GeorgeAlonzo
Alonzo a Pullman porter on the second secondsection secondsection
section of Rio Grande train No 5 Is at attributed attributed
tributed the failure of the daring holdup
by five highwaymen of the passenger pa88engertrain passengertrain
train near LeadiUe last night Passen Passengers Passengem
gem of the train showed their apprecia appreciation
tion for Alonzos work by making up a aneat aneat
neat little purse for him and In addition additiondrew additiondrew
drew up a letter to W IL Vate division dhislonsuperintendent divisionsuperintendent
superintendent of the Pullnlll company companwith companywith
with offices at Chicago asking that some someaction someaction
action be taken by that company to re reward reward
ward the colored man for his effective effectivework effectivework
work workThis workThis
This information was brought ht to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
broul
Lake cast night by H C Ell Ellis s of Bend
Ore when the second section of No Noarrived 5 5arrived
arrived at about 8 oclock The letter letterto
to SUj Superintendent > 6r1ntendent Water VAt was headed by
Mr Ellis and signed by twentthree twentthreeothers twentythreeothers
others ODe of whom was at the head of ofa ofa
a family of ten all of whom were enJoy enjoy1ng
ing the travels across the country to toether together
gether getherIf ether etherIf
If it hadnt been for that porter I be
lieve the robbers would have gone gonethrough gonethrough
through the Pullman sleepers and the theother theother
other coaches said Id Mr EIlts Ellis last night nightWe nightWe
We were bll88fully Ignorant of any
trouble until the first charge of dna dnamite dynamite
mite was set oft oftIt offIt
It w88nt any time at all after the
first bla blast t that the porter started startedthrough
through the cars turning out all the
lights We are held up he said Climb
Into your berths and hide your valuables
Dont get S scared < ared but keep inside Then
he went from om end ot the train to the theother theother
other and turned out every light On
the lurid end he found the signal lanterns
turned off and lighted the red lantern
It probably 8am us from a collision
from the rear for another train came camealong camealong
along in a little while and stoPPed on onseeing onseeing
seeing the danger signal signalI
I believe all the other porters and
conductors on the train climbed Into their
bunks and staYed there after hearing
the first shot But with all the lights I
turned on it Is a cinch none of the rob
bers cared to take the chance of cpmlng
into a dark coach and trying to hold us
Up But they probably would have come
if the lights had been left on
Mr II Ellie Ellis said the scheme was a most
daring one and WM well planned though
the robbers could not calT carry It through
The Associated Press dispatch yesterday e terday
told of the story and of the failure ot the thescheme thescheme
scheme through the fact that the strong
box refused to yield to two blasts of dy
namite namiteOne namiteOne
One of the peculiar ullar Incidents of the
holdup according to 111 Ellis was the
fact that three dogs in the express car
were within a few feet of the strong box
and though the car was nearly blown to
pieces by the heavy charge of dyna
mite the dogs were ere unhurt The side
and end doors were blown open and splin
tered but the dogs were merel merely scared scaredGEORGP I IGEORG
GEORG MKINNEY and Frank Wes
ton who stole two bicycles at the High HighShool Highschool
school grounds Thursday morning
were arrested Friday < In Ogden whither
they had pedalled on the stolen whtf wheels > ls
Policeman W W V Griffin will go tl to Og
den this morning to bring bark th thwheels the thewheels
wheels and th the culprits culprltgNo culpritsNo
No Coughl CoughlHave
Have not coughed once all day Yet Yetyou Yetyou
you may cou cough h tomorrow I Better be beprepared beprepared
prepared for it when it comes Ask Askyour Askyour
your doctor about keeping Ayers AyersCherry AyersCherry
Cherry Pectoral in the house Then Thenwhen Thenwhen
when the bard cold or cough first firstappears firstappears
appears you have a doctors medicine medicineright medicineright
right at hand Sold for forseventy seventy years yearsYour yearsYour
Your Jodor approval 0 of Ayer Cherry
Pedoral will certainly lei all doubt at rest restDo restDo
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