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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY CITYUTAH UTAH SUNDAY SUNDAYSEPT SEPT 19 1909
CHICAGO GRAHUJURIES GRAND GRANDJURIESPACKED
JURIES JURIESPACKED JURIESPACKEDBench PACKfn PACKfnBench
Bench Warrants Issued for the theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners on Charge Chargeof
of Conspiracy ConspiracyCLEANING ConspiracyCLEANING
CLEANING UP IS PROMISED PROMISEDCOMMENT PROMISEDCOMMENT
COMMENT ON TH THE MATT MATTER R BY BYTHE DYTHE
THE STATES ATTORNEY ATTORNEYChicago ATTORNEYCh1cao
Chicago Sept laBench warrants warrantsere warrantswere
were ere issued today by Judge Je Jeso 80 A ABaldwin ABaldwin
Baldwin of t the circuit court for John JohnJ
J r Holland member and secretary of ofthe ofthe
the Cook county jury comm1 commIe1on commIe1onNkthol eltm eltmIhol
Ihol A Martin secretary to Alder Alderman Aldernian
man Kenna ot tM First ward and Wil Willis WilIi
lis Ii J Rayburn real eetate man manThe manThe
The charge against the three Is I that thatthey thatthty
they conspired to draw names of grand grandjurors grandjurors
jurors in a manner other than that thatrequired thatrequired
required bylaw bylawComing by law lawComing
Coming at the height of the trial of oflIpector ofIApector
lIpector McCann for alleged grafting graftingthe
the news of the action based on al alleged alleged
leged tampering with the jury lists listsaused listsaused
aused great excitement in legal and andpolltlc ando1i
polltlc o1i ± 1cal l olrclet The complaints on onwhich onwhich
which the warrants were ls lsued ued were wererawn weredrawn
drawn rawn up by a special agent of the thestates thestates
states attorneys o1 office ce who has been beenItivestigating n nInvestigating
Investigating the jUry drawing methods methodstor
for weeks
Reforms Promised PromisedCommenting PromisedCommenting
Commenting on the Isluence of the theTIarrants thetarrants
TIarrants and the cautle of the drastic drasticaction drasticctIon
action States Attorney Wayman said saidtoday saidtoday
today today1e todayWe
We 1e propotte to throw the light on ontho onthe
the darkest hole In CQok county and andlean andilean
lean out the jury comml commissioners commissionersroom sloners slonersroom
room which Is rotten rottenVe rottenWe
Ve have been working W9rkl g on this for forseveral forseveral
several months and when the evidence evidencets
18 produced there wlll be a complete completerefonnat1on completereformation
reformation In the manner of electing selectingjUries electingjuries
juries In Cook county countyRaYburn countyRayburn
RaYburn was the first 0 the three threearrested threearrested
arrested and was shortly afterward re rea5ed reeased
eased on bonds bondsProvisIons bondsProvisions
ProvisIons of the Law LawLnder Lawrnder
Lnder the state law the Mtmes of ofprospective ofrospeetive
prospective grand jurors are selected selectedat
at random from a sealed bx contain contafning containthg
ing the names of 1500 citizens who wholave whorave
lave been examined for jury ervlc serv1eby ervlcby
by the jury commissioners and their theirfitness theirfttness
fitness certified A similar method Is Isprescribed Isprescribed
prescribed for petit jury USUI USUIThe hiethThe
The three accused men are alleged to tohave tohave
have substituted other names for those thosedrawn thosedrawn
drawn In the regular manner mannerr mannerFIRE mannerFIRE
r
FIRE FIEND WORKS WORKSHAVOC WORKSHAVOCAT
HAVOC HAVOCAT AT GRANITE GRANITEContinued GRANITEContinued
Continued from Page 1 10rtion 1ljrtion
0rtion of the vast amount of valuable valuableumber valuableumber
umber withIn the enclosure of flame lIameThe flameThe
The lumber r was packed In long rows rowsalld rowsaud
alld as the fire reached Its height It ItI itwade
I wade Jde ot these avenues great furnaces turnacesheat furnacest
t heat and flame through which It Itould itiOU1d
ould have been certain death to have havefttmpted havet
fttmpted t mpted to drag a hoMe And 110 the thefiremen thefiremen
firemen were compelled to fight from the theextfrior theexterior
exterior extfriorTheir exteriorTheir
Their faces blackened and their eyes eyes1Jloodshot eyesbkjodsliot
1Jloodshot from the heat and cinders clndentlw cindersthe
the lire Jaddles faced the solid wan ot otle ofted
le ted flame for two hours steadily en enroaching enroaching
roaching on the territory of the flames flamest3
t3 8 each charred and blackened lumber lumber1il lumberuiIP
1il uiIP was rescued from further ravaging ravagingf
f the names It was speedily tom apart apart11d apartLrd
11d the smouldering fire within It en eni eniirely
i lrdy extinguished In this way the thefiremen thecrernen
firemen JIJllde slight progress and when whenlight whenS
S light ha had fallen they bad confined the ther their
ir r to the central yard where numerous numerousiIcs
AIo iIcs cf lumber continue < 1 alternately t tT tLlaze
T laze and smoulder sending off great greatJack great1aek
Jack clouds of smoke which blinded blindedund blindedhind
und choked the gallant fighters fightersSeveral fightersSeveral
Several hundred tons of coal owned ownedJY
JY the lumber company soon caught caughtire
ire and gave off 80 Intense e a degree of of1eat ofeat
1eat eat that the firemen were further ban banticapped hanicapped
ticapped In the fight In that quarter quarterater quarterWater
Water ater thrown on this mass of fuel fuel1Ved fuelerved
1Ved merely to Increase the rage of ofe
e flames which leaped higher under underthe underthe
the deluge delugeLuckll deugeLtickily
Luckll Ltickily most ot the office furniture furnituree
e end lld all the fixtures ot the drug stores storesnd tor8lnd
nd grocery stores In the bottom floors fioorsIf
If the lumber companys buildings were wereescued wereseued
escued before the fire reached them themPhese themThese
These were plied about the street In Inonfuson inonfusion
onfuson completely blocking the roAd roAdays reedvays
ays
SherIff Protects Public PublicShfrftt PublisShiriff
Shfrftt Sharp and his deputies were werel
l u the scene and had long lines of rope ropetretchM ropetretched
tretchM within half an hour after the theire theire
ire started The crowds which were werearge werearge
arge hundreds ot people from the city citynerc cityereo1ving
nerc ereo1ving vtng the great volumes of moke moke11avlng sn4okehaving
having gone to the scene In autos and andy and1Y
1Y y trolley were kept back from the fire flreby fireby
by the Intense e beat which was extreme extremely
Jr uncomfortable even at a distance of ofIveral ofveral
Iveral hundred yards Within the 4flre 4flreines fire fireInes
Ines where the fight ra raged the heat was wasueh wasas
ueh as to bUster the faces or many ot otthe ofthe
the firemen and those who volunte volunteered volunteeredir recl reclin
in the rescuing of fixtures flxturesltost fixturesMost
Most of the firemen and the apparatus apparatuswere
were kept on the scene all the night nightthrough nightthrough
through and three streams or water waterJlayed waterlayed
Jlayed a tattoo on the blackened ruins ruins1rtH ruinsuntil
until daylight Today the steamer will w1l1ontlnue will4ntinue
ontlnue te pump and in the opinion ot othlef oflilef
hlef Glt Glore > re the fire will smoukler un under unter
der the great masses of charred lumber lumbertor
tor several days to come comeTh comeThe
Th officers oC the GtBnlte G anlte corporation corporationj
j 1 1
You May MayNot
4 Not Need Needto
to Change
Now NowBut
But when the necessity of a achango achango
chango is pressed harder on onyou onyou
you bythe by the action of coffee coffeeon offeeon
on your nerves 110nrt and andstomach andstomach
stomach of course youll be befarther befarther
farther down the tIieMll tIieMllCoffee hUl hUlCoffee
Coffee may act sl SliW1y w ly in insome hisome
some cases It does act sure S11rain surein
in 4 out of 5 5When 5When
When you get too bad off offquit offqutt
quit coffee and use usePOSIU useOSTUM
POSIU OSTUMTheres 1 1Theres
Theres a Reason Reasonl ReasonPoatum
Poatum Cereal Company Ltd
l Battle Creek Mich J
s sWife
W Wife e and children of Dr Frederick A Cook the Polar explorer
are President D F Free vice presi president president
dent J E Jensen secretary D A ADlcksoni ADickson
Dlcksoni treasurer and manager N J JHansen JHansen
Hansen The last named officer was at atthe atthe
the scene ot the fire Immediately after afterIt
It started Toward the end of the fight fightwhen fightwhen
when the flames were well under con control control
trol he ventured an estimate of between betweenOOOand
10000 OOOand and 100000 as a possible figure to tocover tocover
cover the total loss although he admit admitted admitted
ted that It might go much over that thatAccording thatAccording
According to the latest report ot otDunns ofDunns
Dunns the companys assets are placed placedat
at about 125000 The real estate and and1mprovements andImprovements
Improvements were listed at 010000 and andthe andthe
the stock at a similar amount amountOf
Of the entire amount only about Hi
000 was covered b by insurance This Thismuch Thismuch
much was carried by the Home Fire Firethe Firethe
the New York Fire and the Mutual In Inequal Inequal
equal divisions The uninsured loss of ofthe ofthe
the company wlll go over 75000 75000HIS 75000HIS
HIS WELCOME IS ISMOSt ISMOSF
MOSt CORDIAL ONE ONEContinued ONEContinued
Continued from Page 1 1St 1St
St Paul and after a brief stop at the theTown theTown
Town and Country club motored dlr direct directinto ct ctIto
Ito the city where Ute presIdent was wasentertained wasentertained
entertained at a luncheon served on the thelltage thestage
stage of the St Paul auditorium auditoriumWhen auditoriumWhen
When the luncheon bad been concluded concludedthe
the temporary partitloiJa separating the theIItap thestage
stage from the main body of the audi auditorium auditorfum
torium were erE lifted and the pre president presidentfaced ldent ldentfaced
faced an audience which filled the build buildIng buildIng
Ing All the crowd had a assembled du during during
ring the luncheon each person had been beenpresented beenpresented
presented with the small American flag flagand flagand
and when the president turned from his hisseat
seat at the guests table he looked Into Intoa I
a waving field of colors colorsArter colorsAfter
After a brief speech the president was wasdriven wasdriven
driven to the state capitol where It had hadbeen hadbeen
been Intended that a public reception receptionshould receptionshould
should be held This feature was called calledotf calledoff
off on account of Governor Johl18Ons ill 11IaDd illnjIs
njIs aDd the president appeared for only onlyIt
It a few minutes on the south balcony to toeJqre81S toexpress
express his gratitude to a great crowd crowdat crowdgathered
gathered at ered 011 the terraced lawn for Its Itscordial itscordial
cordial greeting greetingTendered
Tendered a Banquet BanquetTha
The president was then driven back to toWnneapolls toMinneapolis
Minneapolis and retired to his rooms for tora
a thr threehour hour rest before starting for the thebanquet thebanquet
banquet tendered him tonight at We Min MinneaPOlis Mm Mmneapolia
neaPOlis auditorium auditoriumDuring auditoriumDuring
During the day the president made RO ROreference noreference
reference to the tariff Among ttw those who whore whoreceived
re received lvfd him politicians and business men mena1lke menalike
alike th tho Winona speech eech of last night nightIn
10 which the pre president tdent made clear hl hlpo his hisposition
po position ltlon with reference to the Payne bill bUland billand
and those members mbelll of the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party who voted for and agal against 8t that thatmeasure thatmeasure
measure was the chief topic of discus discussion discusslon
sion sionTb
slonThe
Tb speech evidently made a deep Im Impression hapression
pression In this section and repre representa representathree entll entllttves
three of both the IJUI1He Insurgents ta and stand standpatters i ipatters
patters In data center of Insurgency1oere Insurgency
were taken somewhat aback by the thethoroughneu thethoroughness
thoroughness of tbe presidents state statement statement
ment mentThe mentThe
The tact that Mr r Taft w waited Jted until untilhe untilhe
he got Into llUIUrgeat territory before beforesaying beforesaying
saying what he bad to say ot those sea senators seaators
ators and representatives who aban abandoned abandoned
doned their party In the tariff fight fightshared fightshared
shared larpty In the impression of ofeamestDess ofearnestness
earnestness left by the speech speechTawney speechTawney
Tawney In CelebratIon CelebratIonRepreaentatlve CelebrationRepresentative
Representative James A Tawney of ofMlnDe80ta ofMinneSota
MinneSota whose course In voting for forthe forthe
the tariff bill was upheld by the pre8l pre8ldent president
dent participated Ira the Twin Cities en entertainment entertainment
tertainment today todaySenator todaySenator
Senator CJapp of this state was con constantly eonstantly
stantly with the president during the day dayand dayand
and In Introducing Mr Taft at the 8t 8tPaul StPaul
Paul auditorium referred to him not only onlyas
as the president but as the foremost foremostettlzen foremostcitizen
citizen of the country Senator Clapps Clappsoolleague Clappscolleague
colleague Senator Nelson was not In the thecity thecity
city to attend the days tutlctlons Frank FrankB
B Kellogg served on the rCCE recen Ift com commlttee cornmittee
mlttee mltteeIn
In his address s at the audi auditorium auditorium
torium the president said 1 cann cannt be bestn begin
gin my remarks to you until I hav ex expreNed cxpressed
pressed bow touched I am by the metI metIsage I Isage
sage of welcome tr frOm m your stricken goy govemor goyernor
emor That he on a bed of pain should llbouldremember shouldremember
remember to give welcome to me car carried carned
ned me back to the many times It has hasbeen hasbeen
been my good fortune to meet hlmsev hlmsevera hhnsevcml
era cml times Oft the soil of 1I1nne Minnesotaand Minnesotaandalways otaand otaandalways
always to receive from his smiling de delightful dcllghtful
lightful personality a JieD sense e of sincere Blncerewelcome sincerewelcome
welcome to the state that loves him so sowell sowell
well wellr
r unite with you In a fervent prayer prayerto
to God that he may be spared to you and andto andto
to the country With his ablllty wit withis withis
his courage and wttkhls with his great common commonsenee commonsense
sense he cannot be spared He Is too toovaluable toovaluable
valuable not alone to the people of the thestate thestate
state but to those of the nation who
doubtless will Insist In time that he shall shallaerve shallserve
serve them themAnd themAnd
And now friend I do not feel feelaltogetlJ feelaltogether
altogether r a stranger to an audience
In thIs magnificent structure In 8t
Paul for I remember that under the
ltlndly favor of the distinguished arch
bishop of St Paul although I was wassutferlng wassuffering
suffering somewhat from an over
festival at Minneapolis I was enabled
to express to you some two years ago agomy agomy
my gratitude for your then cordial cordialreception cordialreception
reception receptionVllen receptionWhen
When we entered upon this scene sceneand sceneand
and there was nothing before us but
Od Glory I had borne In upon me mewhat mewhat
what this greeting means It seems
that you have seized the opportunity opportunityof
of the camlng of the titular head of ofyour ofyour
your country to express to hIm your yourwelcome our ourwelcome
welcome the deep feeling or patriot patriotIsm patriotIsm
Ism nd pride In your nation that you ou
have and are only too glad to maul
test it when opportunity offers I un underlltand understand
derlltand It 1 think whenever I meet meetchildren meetchildren
children and they are o out t with flags flagsto
to cheer me that it is a good thing
to have them see me for a moment be because because
cause they always will recollect seeing
the temporary head ot the nation and andIt andit
It always will aroUse in th th6m n the thethought thethought
thought the ollg1ltJon to become pa patriot patriots
triot and good cltlens cltlensI
I take out all personality It is istho Isthe
the office It Is the headship of the thenation thenation
nation It Js the spirit ot the nation nationIt
It Is sOllJethl g that ought to warm warmevery warmevery
every heart In order that it may con continue continue
tinue for a lifetime to be the guide guideof
of his conduct and the InspIration ot othla ofhis
his life
The Twin CIties CItiesNow CitiesNow
Now my friends another thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that comes over one when he visits visitstheso visitsthese
these two beautiful cities and who whosees whosees
sees ho how m much ch the Lord Lordhas has done for toryoU foryou
yoU In the way oCnatural of natural b beautr nuty Is Isthat isthat
that you ought to unite You are not notiettliy
really 81 Paul and Minneapolis You Youare youare
are the twin dUes wIth the borough boroughot
ot St Paul and the borough of Mln Mm Mmneapolis
neapolla I can remember twenty twentyes j
30 tLVS ng ago when I was solicitor lien
era1 and acting attorney general that thatthe thatthe
the census was taken and there was wasat wasat
at that time no overwhelming Indica Indications indications
tions of the two cities to come to together together
gether getherBut getherBut
But you have gotten all over that that8t thatSt
8t Paul Is proud or the consciousness consciousnessot
ot being the more beautiful and 1lIn 1lInneapolls Mm Mmneapolis
neapolls said the president pausing pausingto
to let a great wave of laughter sub subside subside
side has a great many other com commendable cornmendable
mendable civic qualities qualitiesApparently
Apparently you do not believe In Inhaving
having the youngest men build up upyour upyour
your city You take men or middle middlelife middlelife
life an and bring them out hero and you youinfuse
Infuse Into them a spirit that makes makesthem
them young again and they become the theold theold
old settlers Ot Minneapolis and 8t 8tPauL StPaul
PauL PauLMy My friends I am beginning a long longtour13OOO longtour13000
tour13OOO miles I am going around aroundto
to see what Is In this country any anyhow anyhow
how I am going to convince the thecountry thecountry
country If I can that I have staying stayingqualities stayingqualities
qualities to meet all the dangers to towhich towhich
which a man may be exposed by way wayof wayof
of train travel and digestion But I Ihave Ihave
have another audience to meet in an another another
other auditorIum In this city but In Inanother inanother
another borough tonight and I have haveto
to think up somethlngdUrerent something different to say sayperhaps sayperhaps
perhaps a little more specific about the theclvIe thecivic
civic virtues ot the borough of Minne Minneapolis Minneapolis
apolis than I have bee nable to do dounder dounder
under the circumstances here hereBut hersBut
But I hope joking aside my friends friendsthat friendsthat
that you will understand that I feel feeldeeply feeldeeply
deeply grateful for your expression of ofwelcome ofwelcome
welcome and that I shall treasure tile tilememory thememory
memory of this slght41ar Old Glory Gloryadvanoed Gloryadvanced
advanced as a welcomemy whole life lifelong lifelong
long longSALT
p S SSALT
SALT LAKE CITY TO TODO TODO
DO HIM HONOR HONORContInued HONORContinued
ContInued from Page 1 1the 1the
the members of ue childrens commit committee
tee which Is composed of Dr J T TKingsbury TKingsbury
Kingsbury A C Nelson state superln superlntendent superintendent
tendent of public Instruction S M Bar Barlo
lo chief of police Principals George GeorgeA
A Eaton and H B Folsom Supervisors SupervisorsJohn
John S Welsh and William A Wetzell WetzellSurerintendents WetzellSuperintendents
Superintendents B W tshton G M MMumford MMumford
Mumford and John Hansen jr Captain CaptainJoseph CaptainJoseph
Joseph E Caine Captain WIlliam C CWebb CWebb
Webb Dr John A Widtsoe ot the state IJtateAgricultural stateAgricultural
Agricultural college Alma Q Clayton Claytontruant Claytontruant
truant officer and G George rge D Pyper PyperThousands PyperThousands
Thousands of Children ChildrenSuperintendent ChildrenSuperintendent
Superintendent Christensen MId he heexpected heexpected
expected the gathering of school chil children cliiithen
then for the grand review by the prM prMdent president
dent next Sunday to be the largest ever everheld everheld
held in the state estimating the film number filmher
her at from 18 1OO to 2O0 2O0O 0 The com committee cornmlttee
mittee will get reports from the various variouspublic variouspublic
public and private schools and other In Institutions institutions
stitutions which are to participate on onthe onthe
the number which they wIll have and andspace andspace
space will 00 re reserved erved In Brigham street streetfor streetfor
for those who are to participate The TheUvlng Theliving
living flag will be an important fea feature feature
ture tureSenator
Senator nator Smoot called attention to the theplans theplans
plans for th the presentation to the presi president preeldent
dent by re residents fdents of the city or the thepainting thepainting
painting of the Augusta natural bridge bridgeIn
In San Juan county by Artist H L A ACulmer ACulmer
Culmer and said it has been suggested suggestedthat
that an engraved description of the pie picture pieturo
ture should accompany it so that the thenature thenature
nature of the painting should be known knonto
to persons seeing it In the White House Houseor
or wherever It may hang The inscrip inscription inscription
tion suggested Is as follows tollowsThe followsThe
The lreat reat Augusta brIdge San JUAn JUAncounty Juancounty
county Utah span 320 feet height 265 265feet S5 S5feet
feet width ot causeway thirty feet feetbeing feetbeing
being far the largest natural bridge bridgeknown bridgeknown
known Its splendid splendidlines lines and shapely shapelyproportions shapelyproportions
proportions make it ono ot tile wonders wondersot
ot the world Became a national mon monument monurnent
ument by proclamation of President PrealdentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Presented to Honorable Wil William Wii11am
liam H Taft by the citizens of Utah at atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake City Sept 26 1909 Painted Paintedby
by H L I A Culver ot Salt Lake City CityThe CityThe
The matter of the proper time and andoccasion andoccasion
occasion for the presentation of the thepainting thepainting
painting to the presIdent was taken up upand upand
and It was decided to have tho pr presents presentstion enta entatlon
tlon made at the Liberty park celebra celebration celebration
tion on Saturday afternoon afternoonThe
The question of the decoration of the thetabernacle thetabernacle
tabernacle where an organ recital will willbe
willi
be given on Saturday and an address by bythe bythe
the president delivered on Sunday wu wutaken wastaken
taken up and it was reported by Sen Senator Senator
ator Smoot that the auditorium would wouldbe
be decorated in an appropriate manlier manlierwith manflerwith
with bunting and flags and It Is pros prosposed prosposed
posed to have a picture of the president presidentunderneoth presidentunderneath
underneath the large star on the front flOntof
of the organ Dr G B Pfoutz report reported reported
ed briefly on the plan for streetdecom streetdecomtlon street decora decoration
tlon sayipg that It Is intended to have havelarge havelarge
large flags at the entrance to Liberty Libertypark LIbertypark
park The decorations of the grand grandstand grandstand
stand to be erected also wlll be carrIed carrIedout carriedout
out by the committee committeeBrief committeeBrief
Brief reports also ware presented by byW byW
W S MeCornlck ch chairman or thl thlfln tn tnflnace
fln flnace 1ce committee C W Whitley on onthe onthe
the plans f for rthe theY visit of the president presidentto
to the C Country untry club FrUlaYaft Frfflay afternoon afternoonfer rnoon rnoonf
f fer r a luncheon and < to witri withessagnnieof withessagnnieofgolf ssagnme 01 01g
g golf lf dnd nd to the AIM club Friday nlgJj nlgJjand nigliand
and by george N L awrcnt for the theprogrimto theprogratnto
progrimto be followed at the Univer University TJnlversity
sity cl club b Friday night nlhtE nightE
E A W Welgwood gwOO < l 8djti adjutant t gene general generalannounced l lannounced
announced that a portion of the Utah Utahnational tJtaiinational
national guard and the Hlgb Sc School Schoolcadets 10Ql 10Qlcadets
cadets with th their lr band will b be at the thenJo theWo
nJo Grali Grando e depot to rec1l1vOlhe rechlvo the preM preMilent r rdimt
dimt on his arrJTal F1d Friday YMternoon YMternoonJ afternoon afternoontn
J tn nl atJl at Ibarty el parkaswei1ais n ncparture tb tbiieparture
cparture otthe of thb pr presIdet HleJt > f fr 9 ni t thOrt the theShort
Short LfnedepotSunday Line depot Sunday SundayD i iD
D E B11rley made a report for the thetranspQrtatfcin thetransportation
transportation committee In the thesence 1j 1jsen
sen sence e ofChalfll1anD of Chaiinan D Cj C JackIingofthe JackIingofthecommittee ckllng ot1e ot1emhllttce
committee and nd reported ifidt the ten tenautomoQlles tenautornollles
automoQlles whlclLwlILbe beuzed < usedfor for the thepresident thepresident
president arid partyagd t e c cortip escortftiding
g iding ing over the > route Will 1 Occupied Occupiedas ccupl d das
as follows fOUowsCar followsCur
Car N No lPrcst 1Presl1ent 1ent T Taft tqovcrnor tqovcrnorSpry vernor vernorSPi7
Spry Ca talnArchlbald WB W Btitt1U 1UU S SA SA
A and James Sloan jrsp jrpilaLngent jrpilaLngentCar ilalngent ilalngentCar
Car No 2To beOcCUfJred be occupIedbgovrii occupIedbgovriiment b go rri rriment
ment specIal aGents aGentsCar agentsCar
Car No 3Charles C Wagnerstenog Wagnerstenographer Wagner stenog stenographer
rapher Joseph E Murphy and four lo local local
cal committeemen committeemenCar
Car No 4Asslstant Secretary Wen
BIG USED USfDAS USEDASARGUMENT
AS ASARGUMENT ASARGUMENTSugar ARGur tNT tNTSugar
Sugar House Folks Who Want WantAnnexation WantAnnexation
Annexation Say 1 I Told ToldYou ToldYou
You SO SOSaturdays soSaturdays
Saturdays fire In the Sugar House die district dieWet
Wet brought home to the minds of reel reeldents reeldents
dents or that neighborhood several move moyementa movemanIa
manIa which have been started by per p6lsons pereons
sons haVing extensive Interests In the thedistrict thedistrict
district looking towards annexation of ofSugar ofSugar
Sugar House to the city of Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The tire was the second one of a serious seriousnature seriousnature
nature which sugar had suftered within withinthe withinthe
the wt six weeks the residence of Mrs JlfrsWlIllam MrsWilliams
Williams east of Eleventh East street streethaving Streethaving
having been burned out r recently <
Those who have advocated annexation annexationrecently annexationrecently
recently contend that the fact that the thecommunity thecommunity
community illl groWing steadily Is a rea reason mason
son why annexation should be sought soughtThey soughtThey
They say that Saturday fire showed the theexistence theexistence
existence of a deplorable state of nffalrsr affairs affairsso
80 tar as protection for the district dS8trlcaplnst districtagainst
against fire is concerned It having been beenfound beenfound
found impossible to get aft dequate water watersupply walersupply
supply The district In the 1ie1Jborhoed 1ie1Jborhoedof
of Twelfth South and Eleventh East Eaatstreets Eaststreets
streets 18 said to be especially populous populousand
and In need ot greater protection protectiondell
dell W Mischler Dr J 1 J RIchardson RIchardsonand
and four committeemen committeemenCar
Car No5Robert No 5Robert T Small the Aeso Aesoelated J8O J8Oclat
clat elated Press Robert H Hazar the theUi theUnited
Ui United lted Pre and tour committeemen commltteemCar committeemenCar
Car No 6E A Fowler New York YorkSun YorkSun
Sun Press a association William Hester HosterHearst HesterHearst
Hearst News Service and four commit committeemen committeemen
teemen teemenCar teemenCar
Car No7Sherman No P Anon New NewYork NewYork
York Herald Harry L Dunlap New NewYork NewYork
York Wend Gerilt Fort assistant to tovice tovice
vice president of the New York Central Centralrailroad Centralrailroad
railroad and tour committeemen committeemenCar
Car No sGovemors staff statfCar staffCar
Car NO9United No 9tTnited States enators senatrsjudges enatorsjudges
judges of the supreme court and com committeemen corninitteemen
mitteemen mitteemenCar
Car No ItMayor and city council councllOne councilOne
One car will be place at the dl8po disposal disposalof al alot
ot the presidents me messenger enger during his hl8stay
stay here and two sevenaeated can at atthe atthe
the disposal of the ehlet of police policeMusic policeMusic
Music for Reception ReceptionProfessor I IProfessor
Professor J J McClellaD chairman of ofthe ofthe
the music committee for the Taft rece receUon recep
Uon announces that the Fifteenth In Infantry Infantry
fantry band of Fort Douglas wlU meet Iteetthe meetthe
the president FrIday afternoon and es escort cccort
cort him to the fort serenading him himwhile himwhile
while he remains there During the thebreakfast
breakfast at the Comm Commercial rclal club Sat Saturday Satunlay
urday morning the Orpheus club of this thiscity thiscity
city under the direction of Alfred H HPeabody HPeabody
Peabody and the Graham male quartet quartetwill quartetWill
will be heard In several selections At
11 oclock the president will hear an or organ organ
gan recital at the tabernacle when Or Organist i iganlst
ganlst McClellan will officiate Mrs MrsEmma
Emma Ramsey Morris soprano and andProtessor andProfessor I
Professor WlIIard WeIhe violinist lol1nlst as assteting 1
slstlng This recItal will be strictly I
private pilvateThe
The Fifteenth Infantry band and the theHigh thehigh
High School band Will alternate In se selactJons selections
lactJons durin during the Liberty perk pro program program
gram Saturday afternoon The Ladles LadlesG
G A R band will serenade President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft at the Knutafonl hotel from 530 530to I
to 810 and will escort him to the Unl Unlversity University
versity club at 645 There Helds band bandwill I Iwill
will serenade the president and the theOhio I
Ohio and an4Yale Yale people tmrn 645 to 8 Swhen
when the band will escort cort the president presidentto
to the Alta club and play there until untilS30
830 830The I
The mon monster ter band of 100 members membersthe of ofthe
the local union of the American Feder I IaUon I Iatlon
aUon of Musicians under Professor An Anton i
ton Peder8Oll will serenade President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft at the Knut Knuteford Cord at 816 a m mSunday inSunday
Sunday and at 845 will eheort rt him to tothe tothe
the tabernacle The musicians who will willcompose willcompose
compose the peat band tender their theirservices theirservices
services IUS a compliment to Senators SenatorsSmoot SenatorsSmoot
Smoot and Sutherland and Congress Congressman
man Howe for their erYlces in behalf behalfof
of the American Federation of Must Muslclans Mustclans
clans In congress COngreS8At
At 9 a m Sunday the Tabernacle Tabernaclechoir
choir Evan Stephens leader Profe Professor ProfessorMcClellan sor sorMcClellan
McClellan organist assisted by Mrs MrsAnna MrsA
Anna A nna Colburn Plummer soprano and andthe andthe
the big band of the Musicians union unionwfll unionwill
will give a notable program at the tab tabernacle tabernacle
ernacle The big band will PlaY when whenthe
the preslde tl leaves aves to review the school schoolchildren schoolchiildrenaiid I
children chiildrenaiid attt will then go to tb the Oregon OregonShort OrugonShort
Short Line dePot where It will play playwhen playwhen
when the president leaves the city cityBODY cityBODY
BODY FOUND IN RIV RIVER R RATPORTLA
ATPORTLA AT PORTLANDIDENTIFIED PORTLANDIDENTIFIEDPortLand JD IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDPortJan1
PortLand Ore Se Set t ISThe body bodyof
of a young woman found In the WIl WIllamette Willarnette
lamette river I last st night has been iden identilled identIlled
tilled as that of Miss Louisa Rice who whodlS whodisappeared
dlS disappeared penrcd six months at ago It is 1 be behic > 6 6lIeved
lIeved hic ved that she committed suIcide suIcideCZAROFRUSSIAS rnilcideCZAR
CZAROFRUSSIAS CZAR OFRUSSIASAID OFRUSSIASAIDTOI3EN IDc 1 1XO
XO TOI3EN 9J POOFfH POOR HEALTH HEALTHSt L LSt
St P tersbl1ig Sept lSoc lSAccordIng rdlnj
to reports from Sebastopol the cZar oars s
health Is h very bad badMrs beilM
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Mrs M re W1SOWsSo W i nsiows Soothing th1rig Syrup Syruphils Syruphas
has been us tiseil a for forYEAIIS YEARS by by itILLTONF itILLTONFof MlLI i iof
of toTHERS for theIr cm CHILDREN LDREN
WliILK ETfPNG with rERFSCX
SUCCESS It SQ1HISthe SciuTHiS the CHIlaD
SoFnNS tJut Q GtdS UIS ALLAYS ALLAYSPAIN 11
PAIN CURESWINP CURES WIND COLICand COLIC anl fstliiI Is thu thubest
best t rein remedy y t fpr rDtARIUlQIA SQI1I Sold by y
nrugplits In very part pa o ot the h world rm He Hesunt lIesure
sure and aSk for Mrs WIn Vlnslovz lQWs Soot1Ing Sooth Soothlug
lug Syrup and t take ke J11 nb other kind
Twertyflve Cnts a bottle GUAItAN GUAItANTEED CUAICANrJED
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG DRUGACT DRUGACT
ACT Juno 3 lroi SERIAL ltIAL UMlEl UMlEl1l18
1l18
I ST MARYS MARYSACADEMY MARYSACADEMYThe ACADEMY 1 1The
The second week ot school has closed closedwith closedwith
with very satisfactory results The Thenumberot Thenumber
number of students 1 Is steadily Incre8Jl Incre8Jling Increasing
ing the new girls are readily adapting adaptingthemseles adaptingthemselves
themselves to the rules and regulations regulationsand
and there fa every promise of a pleas pleasant pleasant
ant and successful year yearThe yearThe
The athletic spirit Ot former Y years yearsseems rs rsseems
seems to have been strengt str ngthned ned dur durIn durfag
In fag th the vacation this fpot b being ingpJliip pa1p
ly shown In the prompt organization organizationot
ot basket ball and tennis clubs clubsAmong clubsAmong
Among the preparatory clas classes es na nature nature
ture study seems to btt a favorite sub subject subject
ject and specImens are add adding In dally dallyto
to an Interesting collection collectionDuring collectionDuring
During the past week the roof of the theacademy theacademy
academy building has been converted convertedInto
Into an observatory by the astTonom31 astTonom31Class astrononiClass
Class and many plea pleasant ant as 8 well as 8 in instructive Instructive
structive hours have been spent there thereAN
5 S SAN
AN APPRECITTIAVE AUDIENCE AUDIENCEPbfladelphla AUDIENCEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Times TtmeE
E s H Sothorn In Id hits prim was some something something
thing of a comedian He had the repu reputation reputation
tation of being able to move the sourest sourestof oureafof
of audlenc to augbter At one time timehad timele
le had an e engagement gementat at Berke BerkeieyCsl BerkeieyCslIt yCl yClIt
It Is a VfJY very small mallplace place now but waS waSpl8b8bly u uprobably
probably not half a as large then thenThe thenThe
The Wise man ma of the town hd been beento
to San Francisco about a week before befoceSothern beforeSothern
Sothern was booked to appear at t the thetheatre thetheatre
theatre and on his return he told the I IfOOd Igood
fOOd people of the town that It wa was ron ronsldered I Isidered
sldered very bad form by actors to have havepeoplf havepeople
people l laugh ugh at them no mater how howDIED howHANSENSept
DIED DIEDHANSEN
HANSEN HANSENSept pt 19 Hans Hansen aged
70 years at his residence 1308 West WestEighth WestEighth
Eighth South street streetFuneral treelFuneral
Funeral notice later IatEtMONJilYWe laterMONMYWe
MONJilYWe handle th the financing of ofIfood ofgood
good enterprJs am and credIt b1e bi rojects jrojectzThe rojectsThe
The Bankers Bond Company Plttsbura
P PaP Pit BOOTHS BOOTHSOYSTERS BOOTHSOYSTERS
OYSTERS OYSTERSIN
IN GUARANTEED CANS CANSDipped CANSDipped
Dipped from the ea Into new cans cansand cansand
and Immedlatety sealed all tight The 1bevery Thevery
very tang of the sea ea hi still With them themwhen themwhen
when you break the seal and serve sefftthem servethem
them themAt themAt
At All FIRSTCLASS DEALERS or orBOOTH erBOOTH
BOOTH BOOTHFISHERIES
FISHERIES CO COao
10 West let South SouthSBE
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J C VI Watson atson Transfer CO COIM CoThe
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tlon Ie an InherIted Blood BloodDhieasB BloodDiceaso
DhieasB or Not NotSometimes NotSometimes
Sometimes it Is hara to t1eter1 dterifliae dterifliaewhether dBe dBewnether
whether a skin affeCtion 18 a ain Cff a ablood ablood
blood disorder or simply a form of ofeczema Ofeczema
eczema Even physicians are oft pus puszted puszied
zted In the thin r diagnosis The beat way for toranyone forany
anyone any one af afflIcted toted Is to go t8 the 1 J mn mnDrug HillDrug
Drug Co or any good gooddruggist drugsiat woo hen haRdies hendies
dies pure drugs and obtain 18 oentll worth worthot
ot poslam Apply this and if the tehIDC tehIDCstops tehlngstops
stops liLt once and the trouble 1 is eu cured ba baa Ina
a few days It may be set down as havtnC havtnCbeen haVlUZbeen
been eczema as this Is the way poslam poslamncts pOsIaThacts
acts In the worst casa of eczema a and d In Incuring incuring
curing acne herpes blotches tatter pU pUfl pilesalt
fl salt trhoum rash berber and other otherforms otherforms
forms of Itch scaly eclp and all surface IJUrfaOeskin surfaceskin
skin affections affectionsAnyone affecUonsAny
Anyone Any one who will write t is the JImer JImergeney ser sergency
geney Laboratories No 31 West Twenty Twentytlfth Twentyfifth
fifth street New York caB secure by byman bymail
man free of charge a supply sufficient uUietentto
to cure a small ecsema surface or clear cleara
a complexion overnight and remOTe pim pimples pimpies
pies In twentyfour hours hourscomical hourscomlcal
comical they were They took It very veryseriously veryseriously
seriously and as the evening of the at attraction attraction
traction grew near they resolved more moreand snoreand
and more firmly not to laugh at any anything anything
thing he might do or MY MYS saySotber
S Sotber < > theni was particularly funny that thatnight
night and ws very much surprised surprisedthat urpr led ledthat I
that ho did not get any shouts ot ap approval approval
proval from the audience Between the thefirst thefirst
first and second acts he even went so sotar sofar
tar as to call down his aa associates oclate for forwhat forwhat
what he thought must have been theIr theIrlack theirlack
lack of spirit in the piece Try as 8 hard hardas
as he would In the next act however howeverhe
he could get nothing out of the audi audience audionce
once enceMuch
Much Muchto to hllll amazement the manager managersuddenly managersuddenly
suddenly rushed up to him at the end endof endof
of the second act and excitedly said saidFine saidFine
Fine man fine You are doing great greatThe greatThe
The audience ill exceedingly well satis satisfled tls tlsfied
fled fiedSatisfied Satisfied replied Sothern Why I Ihavent Ihavent
havent had a laugh thlll evening eveningYou eveningYou
You bet your Ute you havent re repIled seplied
pIled the manager hotly We caught
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Rias heat witbeet for fortweDiJtour fortwenrfcur
tweDiJtour hours aoUrL aoUrLSpeclaUy I ISpecially
Specially serviceable III sl loom loomaD rooiuand
aD and aineery aineeryFrom
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one guy snickering and threw hIm 01 01and otti
and ti havent havcnthadanytroubIesince havcnthadanytroubIesincet had any trouble alnce alnceP
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In an English mill even when the win winblows > 4 4blow
blows as slowly as six miles an hour OOl1rPILES hourPILES
PILES CURED AT BOlE BY BYNEW BYNEYABSORPTION
NEW NEYABSORPTION ABSORPTION METHOD METHODIt
It you suffer from bleeding Ite 1tc1r 1tc1rblind ii iiblind
blind or protruding Piles send me meaddress meaddress
address and I will tell you how t c cyourself J Jyourself
yourself at home by the new Bbsoroi Bbsoroitreatment absorottreatment
treatment and will also send some of ofbome ofhome
home treatment tree for trial with rf rfence rfences
ence from your own locality It reque3 reque3Immediate requeImmediate
Immediate relief and permanent cure curesured curesured
sured Send no moneybut money but tellother3 tellother3tbls tell others othersthis
this offer Write today te JlnlK Mrs M Mmere St1 St1m
m mere rt < box P Notre Dame Tat
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Weather Forecast for Today Pelt 1arRedueed Peltr PeltREMOVAL
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Reduced Prices Are Unusual at This ThisTime ThisTime
Time in the Year YearThis
This is just the season when fall goo goode < l are be begill11ing beginnthg
gill11ing to be needed and when the merchant who whosells whosells
sells his goods at fair prices must get hi5 hi regular regularprices regularprices
prices However the Gardner Store ill i forced to tomove tomove
move and is making special and unu unusual reductions ualleduationsto reductionsto
to close out all broken lots If you need anything in inthe inthe
the way of Men8 or Boys Clothing let WI u suggest suggestthat sugge8tthat
that for your own interests you come here and andtake andtakealOok
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750 N Neckwear goes at 55c 55c35c 5c
I 350 l Mens ens Hose go at 25c 25cI < <
I 200 Fancy Dress Shirts go at t 110 c
750 Soft Shirts liirt go at 600 60c15o
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A good Clerk is a valuable investment Many a asale I Isale
sale has been lost for lack of tact courtesy or cn cnthusiasm enthusiasm
thusiasm on the part of a Clerk You get your yourpick I
pick from scores by inserting a Want Ad under underthe d dthe
the heading Help WantedClerks cn our Classi Classifled r rfled
fled page or perhaps you may see what you want wantjust I
just by reading the Want Ads of those wanting wantingpositions wantingpositions
positions under underSituations Situations WantedClerks You Youcan I Ican
can get the best of retail and office Clerks this thisway thisway
way If you are a Clerk now and want to better betteryour I 1g 1gyour
your position or are out of a place it will cost costyou Iu4LL Iu4LLyou
you but a few cents to get in touch with the best bestof I ft ftof
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Situations WantedClerks or read the Help HelpWantedClerks 5 5WantedClerks a
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