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Ilk 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 23 1909
CHRISTIANSENS CHRISTIANSENSPLEA
PLEA IS DENIAl DENIAlFOImer
Former Treasurer says ays Not HNotGuilty NotGuilty
Guilty When AralJncd for folEmbezzlement forEm
Embezzlement EmbezzlementDELAY Em bezzi ernet ernetDELAY
DELAY RfD LIGHT CASES CASESDEMURRERS CASESDEMURRERSAND
DEMURRERS AND MOTIONS POST POSTPONE POSTPONE
PONE TRIAL TRIALT
ht T guilt said Jamea Chrllitlan Chrllitlanformer ClzrItiniormer
former state treasurer when ar arrI atign1
rI ign1 yesterday before Jud Judge e P 1 D DL DL
L wi j of the Third dlfltrict court on onl on1tFg
l 1tFg argo of r mbeaaUnt > 10rst4 siesittir from fromtir
tir tdtL Having entered his ht plea the thef th thr
f T r tate tNIUIUrer at t down be betxo bectT
ctT h txo other accued men and andjultly andtuI
tuI jultly ty HfrtJSd the morning paper paperThH paperThtr
ThH arE two complaints mplaintsagalnst mplaintsagalnsthrj against againstinFtiunseII
< inFtiunseII hrj timRen One thargeJlJ the embez embezzn embezTt
zn nt of S60OOO OOO while state treasurer treasurerIni
Ini tilt + lhtor he chargef the misnpproprla misnpproprlatun
tin of 1061114 of state funds De Def
f Tlant Ieaded not guilt In both botha bothDate
a < r Date for trial It is understood understoodm
wJfl m b br tAxed as early ps possible possibleJdfdi1h possibleJ
Jdfdi1h J uCdlilh Grant charged with signing signingR
R H smiths name to a cht check > ck for 6O 6OJtWfl O Olrnvu
lrnvu on the State Bank of Utah Utahrfllrj UtahI
rfllrj I d t not guilt guiltJunius guiltyJUflius
Junius Vardle 1 19 yearn okl charged chargedtI1
tI1 destroying the transml transmisson sion wire wiref wirecr
cr f tllP t T Tellurde llurtdf Power company at atEiLirihanI atT3ig1arn
EiLirihanI eanon flyfl pleaded guilt re ren reright
< n illg light to change the plea Trial Trialt
V f t for No 3 3n 3N
N n o uf the famous red light cases casesT easesyen
T yen w I Hard arll but a number or demur demurrr1
rr1 and motions for dismIssals wen wenI wereriIlied >
I riIlied > JJled to Jl1dgeLewls 1 ty Attorney Attornf1nu AttorneyIrtue
Irtue 1nu A King Two of the complaints complaintsWf
Wf F < Igdinst Mrs Dora B Topham TophamfEo1o TophamtE
fEo1o tE VlIldon charging her with ith con condilUng eondatlng
dilUng houltll for immoral purpo purposes s in intl intL
tl 101 est side stockade Then these thesett
tt ases and the fou four similar ones onesag onesrt
ag int the CitIzens Inve Investment ttnent com comr1T cornFai
r1T wpr called Attorney King pre prefcn pro5flL1
fcn 5flL1 d a motion that Ine cases be dls dlsTilj disTiiis1
Tilj Tiiis1 > His motion avers that the thechar thecargt
char cargt s made before the district court courtnre courtarc
arc nrt the same on waich lIch the ca cases casesV 8 8np
V np beard before defendants were werelloui werebtui1
lloui btui1 giver lIe also held that the In Inf1 inatirn
f1 I iltion did not barge whether d drdcl1lt de derLuf
rdcl1lt < mpan is a corporation corporation3artnvrship rporaUonpartmrship
partmrship or association He also alsoRk alsonkc
Rk i that the 9f services > or summonses summonHSag
ag int th the Citizens Investment > nt com comIIY corniX
IIY 1f set aside 8S thEY were faulty faultyTh
Th motions and demuITErs will be ben1CtJfd benvincd
n1CtJfd b before fore Judge Lewis Saturday Saturdayr
r crning at 10 oIk n case alf Judl JudlX
X I c IHMulO verrUe flip 1Y1oton pl peis > 31 will willt
1 t C L h lic 1prpd by th dofent 1feIIdaflt 1feIIdafltENOINE ant5 ant5ENGINE
ENGINE BUTTS THROUGH THROUGHBRICK TIIROUIIHBRICX
BRICK W ALL INTO OFFICE OFFICEtmployes OFFICEErnployes
tmployes Flee in Terror When They TheySee TheySee
See Locomotive Coming To Toward Toward
ward Them Themhis
i his attention was attracted by byr1hli1g byr
r1hli1g r kUuig plaster James Brown clerk cJerkI
I tho roundhouse office in the local localIf
If i r Rio Grande yards looked up upi uphi
i I hi work ork In time to see the wall wallc
c J iJnh11g Illllg the engine house bulge In InLrd inri
Lrd and the nose of a great Jocomo Jocomot locornotvc
t tvc ntfr into the room Vlth a cry cryI
I trr t rr r hI h went through the window windowlid
lid HI rest of the office force followed followedlJflIn followedIren
lJflIn by H P Larson Ar on pa passenger passengerC nger ngerlgIll1
C lgIll1 No 1154 had backed Into the thenuqdht ther
nuqdht r collided with Western Ve tern Pa Pafl
fl tllgillP No o 1 and forced the latter latterl
l lr U ll thf brick wall of the engine engineintu
> 11 intl the office When the office officer
f rc r r turned to the demolished room roomt1 roomth
t1 s v fund the pilot of the engine up upwhat upwhat
what a moment before had been beent1
t1 t dsk nf the lnundhouSE foreman fOreJl1anXI
XI lIne flI was hurt hurtLtrm hurtLiri
Ltrm miscakulated his distance In IntlE Intt
tlE tt d L 1m light of the roundhouse roundhouseB
B ANSELENA ANSELENACHARED ANSELENACHAREDWITH CHARED CHAREDWITH
WITH GIVING BAD CHECK CHECKn
n 1Jsflena lena an Italian is chart charged ed edIh
1 Ih btaining money b by fal false e pre pretr1S protrnsc
tr1S n a complaint Issued from the theUilt thentv
Uilt ntv attorneys office yesterday He Healhged HeI
I alhged to h liave ve collected more than thantn
U1 tn bogus checks but the speclftc speclftcl speciftemade
l made In the complaint Is that thatll thatnect
ll iti1f nect > d the name of A W V Sullivan Suilhant
t 1 dwck for 2660 on the National NationalrlIk National1k
rlIk rf the Republic and cashed it itlth ItIl
lth Il A A Seareelli of H3 West est Sec SecId Seed
Id d uth street Scarcelll says the theh
< 1 h was returned marked no funds fundsKAISER fundsKAISER
KAISER POISONING CASE CASEINVESTIGA CASEINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGA INVESTIGATION lON CLOSES CLOSESI
I liLtuting the death of Mr and Mrs Mrsrak I IrJk
rJk rak Ka 1dser < fr to arsenical pol poisoning onln < < and andto andto
to determine hethr or not th thI theC
C I < I i 1 were accidental or felonious the ther
r It iury rendered Its verdict ycs ycst s st
t JOrning to Acting Coroner Stan StanA
A Hanks With lth the bringing In of oft
t i nrdkt the official Ime investigation tigatlon of oft
t IaiRlr aser ace has been dropped aI aIl
l f q g1 1 < ount ounty Attorney Job p Lyon Is Isa Isn
n t I a L second explanation from A AJ AT
J Lolr I dbr tlf f ElIICondldo Cat and former formerJ
J Salt Lake regarding the strange strangeparanee ftrangeu
u I > IIrance of HaTT Harry Walden ald n cConJ MCCOrd1lNIflSS cConJ1IIin
1IIin 1lNIflSS s partlMr
PEMBROKE STATIONERY STATIONERYCOMPANY STATIONERYCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYA
A Vst Second South phones 758 are areth areflt
th rlginal blue printe1I of Salt JAke JAkeTh IakeU
Th us U the best paper and do good goodwork goojk
k work workHlgl workHglet
Hlgl Hglet e t price paid for strictly fresh freshe tresbegC
e egC iRE ROYAl CAFE CAFEInvest CAFEInvest
I
Invest Your Money Where WhereYon WhereYou I
Yon Can Get It When WhenYou VhenYon
Yon Need It ItMen ItMen
Men of experience always buy buysecurities buysecurities
securities which they can turn turninto turninto
into money promptly wIthout a aloss aloss
loss Our Mortgage Certificates Certificatesissued Certificatesissued
issued for 100 and multiples multiplesthereof multiplesthereof
thereof doubly secured by First FirstMortgages FirstMortgages
Mortgages on Salt Lake Real RealEstate RealEstate
Estate and our Capital and andSurplus andSurplus
Surplus can be cashed at any anybank anybank
bank by simply endorsing the thetransfer thetransfer
transfer These Certificates Certificatesyield Certificatesyield
yield 6 per cent Interest and are arefree arefree
free from taxation taxationSalt taxationSalt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LrkeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany
Company
52 Up Main Str Street StreetCapital et etCapItal
CapItal 30000000 30000000Surplus 30000000Curplus
Surplus 10000000
1250000 LOST LOSTBY LOSTBY
BY UNIVERSITY UNlVERSITYSupreme
Supreme Court Decides Re Regents Regents
gents Cannot Borrow Sum SumAuthorized SumAuthorized
Authorized AuthorizedWOULD AuthorizedWOULD
WOULD BE STATE DEBT DEBTCHIEF DEBTCHIEF
CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS LEGISLA LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE
TURE EXCEEDED ITS POWERS POWERSIn
In dismissing the application for man manelate mandate
elate sought by the University of Utah Utahagainst Utahagainst
against the state board of land commls commlssloner commissioners
sloner to compel them to turn over 50 O
000 to the university for the construction constructionof
of a new central building the supreme supremecourt supremecourt
court ye yesterday terday declared unconstitutional unconstitutionalthis
this act of the last le legislature lslature Justice J JE JB
E Frick wrote the opinion which is con concurr coneurrtd
curr eurrtd In b by Justke Yo I McCarty McCartyand
and b Chief Justice D E Straup m a aearate aseamte
earate opinion opinionThe opinionthe
The university therefore cannot collect collectthis collectthis
this mOile moaey nor build the new building buildingand
and will 111 have to walt until the next leg legIslative legIslative
Islative session for financial aid Among Amongother Amongother
other things in the opinion th the supreme supremecourt supremecourt
court 8a 8aMuch says S SMuch
Much as we re regret et even deplore the thenece85ity thenecessity
necessity of even temporarily depriving deprivingthe
the university of the use or a much muchneeded muchneeded
needed building we nevertheless must mustyield mustyield
yield o obedience Uerce to the constitution rather ratherthan ratherthan
than follow our own desires or Inclina Inclinations Indilnalions
lions In avoiding Inconveniences In con conducting eondueling
ducting public Institutions The consti constitutional constitutional
tutional provision in que queston ton Is clear and andlike andlike
like all other provi provisions lons should be obeyed obeyedand obeyedand
and not Ignored or frittered away by byforced byforced
forced construction constructionCall
Call It State Debt DebtThE DebtTime
ThE application for a Tit of mandate mandateagainst mandateagainst
against W G Candland chairman and andthe andthe
the mem inemiers rs or the state land board was wasfiled wasfiled
filed directly before the supreme court courtBOOn courtsoon
BOOn after the enactment of the law by bytht bytht
tht legislature of 1008 The act In ques question question
tion chapter 124 authorized the regents regentsto
to spend fI OOOO O for a central building on onthe onthe
the campus At the same time the state stateland stateland
land board was as authorized to convert convertInto convertinto
Into cash certain investments belonging belonginlto
to the lnlvellJlh of Utah and turn it itover itover
over to the university as a loan This was wasto wasto
to be repaid In Installments of S12foo and amIInterest andInterest
Interest starting in 191 1912 The legIslature legIslaturemade
made It a debt of the university not of ofthe ofthe
the state The state constitution provides proidethat providesthat
that no state debt of this nature can be beincurred beIncurred
incurred aggre aggregating < < atlni at an any one time timemore timemore
more than MOOO The legislature recog recognizing recognizing
nizing this tried to make It a debt of the theuniversity theUniversity
university universityThe
The ease of ThorellOn against the state stateboanl stateboard
board of examln examiners 11 was cited b by attor attorneys attorneys
neys for the University of Utah In re repi reply
pi ply tfJ this Chief JUstice Straup says sasWhen saysWhen
When the alleged prescribed legal du duties duties
ties of an officer rest upon the provisions provisionsor
or an unconstitutional amendment I Ithink Ithink
think he when commanded to perform perCormsuch performsuch
such duties 01 show cause for not doing doingso
so may justify his refusal or failure to toperform I IperCorm
perform on the ground of the Invalidity invalldltJ Invalidityof
of the statute If a contrary rule was de dedared dedared
J dared In the Thort Thoreson on catl ease as I think thinkWIIS thinkwas
was Intended to be declared It was over overJUled overruled
ruled In the Stanford ease Since then thenthe thenthe
the latter and not the former case ex expre8M oxpresses
presses the 111 law on such quest question on In this thisjurisdiction thisjurisdiction
jurisdiction
Rap at Legislators LegislatorsIt
It is held by the supreme court that the thepropost theproposed
proposed > d debt would be an obligation of ofthe oftime
the stat state If this Is tIne In the case caseof caseof
of the University of Utah wh why asks the thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court could It not also be done
In all c asesT asesTChief 8eI 8eIChief
Chief Justice Straup takes Il gEntle rap
at the legislature In the following lan languagt Ianguage
guagt guagtIf >
If the acts required to be done Iy the
legislature are harmful and Incompatible incompatiblewith I
with lth the constitution such effect cannot
be avoided b by the legislature calling I
them Innocent or by giving them a par
ticular name Neither can It be avoldP11 1 1by
by the requirement of the act that all
laws In conflict herewith shall be 80 con construed construed
strued as to carry out the provisions of
this act S S The
legislature must mustcontent mustontent
content itself with itll the power of making
laws It cannot also direct the construe
tion that shall be given them
It is held by thp th supreme court that the thevhole thewhole
whole act is unconstitutional and the thewrit thewrit
writ is dnied dniedI
p
I i PROBE MYSTfRIOUS CRIME CRIMEPolice
I
Police Arrest Suspect Who Is Believed Believedto
to Have Aided Men Who Shot ShotNegress ShotNegress
Negress NegressFrank NegressFrank
Frank Woods oods a negro frequenter of ofthe ofthe
the American House was locked In the thecit thecity
cit city jail suspected of being Implicated ImplicatedIn
In the mystt mysterious > rious assault and holdup holdupat
at hat notorious resort early Wednes
day morning when Frances Robinson Robinsona
a n negress res was ro1J robbed and beaten beatenOne beatenOne
One of her three aa assailants allants shot twice twiceduring twiceduilng
during the scuffle one of the bullets bulletspassin bulletspassing
passing through h her cheek and out the theother theother
other side roods is believed to have I
been the man who stood 011 guard guardRobbery I IRobber
Robber could not Jla have ve been the sole soleiurrose
I iurrose Urpo e of the assault as the men did didnot didnot I
not stop to search George Hart an Ida Idaho Idaho
ho rancher who was in the womans womansroom womansroom
room and who had considerable money moneywith moneywith
with him himThree himThree
Three mc men > n entered the room at 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock In the morning and while one
held Hart at bay with a gun the other othertwo othertwo
two assaulted the negre She says saysthey saysthey
they took 5 from her herAt herAt
At the hospital last night It was re reported reported
ported that the Robinson woman would wouldrecover wouldrecover
recover
27 AMERICANS 2 JAPS JAPSAND JAPSAND
AND 4 GREEKS BARBERS
Out of thirtnlne candIdates for ton tonorlal tonaerial
aerial certificates recently examined by
the Utah state board or examiners of ofbarbers ofbarbers
barbers thlrtthreE successfully pass passth passd passdthe
th the examination Certificates were ac accortiincly accoflhngly
cortiincly awarded to twent twentyseven een Am Arnr Arnrleans r rleans
leans two Japs and foul Greek as rol rollos follows
los I Ueda F J Ianry C I Me Menj k kCOi
COi nj Albert Steen Stevenson on H P Holdernelhl HoldernelhlBIU
Hill Turlupis Alma Amundsen Wilbur WilburMunglven YilburMu
Mu Munglven ven John Kalas C M 1 Heberer HebererA
A W Cox W V H Shackl StiaekIfonI > Conl Andrew AndrewOlsen AndrewOlsem
Olsen T F Tltnaker g E Martin Albert AlbertStahn AlbertStaha
Stahn Charles Ross Jack Peek Peter Peter7aharlai PeterZabarias
7aharlai J Eo John Johnson on Fred A Niehol Nieholson Ichol IcholBOn
BOn Edwin Ol Olsen n Parle Parley S Checkctt CheekettaFay
Fay Coon G W Blake JamEs Konto RontosJames
James C Burden BumenSHEFFIELD BurdenSHEFFIELD
SHEFFIELD p CONFERENCE CONFERENCE CONFERENCEThe I IThe
The semiannual reunion of the Stief Stiefleld
leld Conference assocIation will be held heldIn heldin
In the Twelfth and Thirteenth ward wardamusement I
amu amusement ement hall 363 East Second South Southon
on Monday evening October 4 109 All Allsaints I Isalnia
saints and elders are requested to be bepresent
present presentInformal presentInformal I
Informal reception and handshaking hand8haklnat handshakingat
at 7lt p 10 roll call and program at atS4S
S4S 45 pm p rn refr8i refreshmenta > hments at 930 I p m mAll inAll I
All past conference presidents will willact willact
act as a reception committee committeeHIGHSCHOOL
I II
I I II
I HIGH HIGHSCHOOL SCHOOL NOTES NOTESD
D A Callahan comon1 known ai aiThe asrhe
The Father 0 of Salt Lake High School SchoolAth SchoolAthletics
Ath Athletics I etlcr made his first appearance appearanceon
on the campus ye yesterday tenla afternoon to tosee tosee
see how football waR progre progressing lng He Heas Hewas
was as much pleased at the results ac accomplished accomplished
complished through the efforts of Coach CoachCon1JI CoachConvill
Con1JI and the willingness of the boys boysBoxing boysBoxing
Boxing and wrestling wIll be a part partof
0 of the football boys training this > sea seaaon season
son Coach Convlll announced that thatsome thatsome
some classes would be held during duringschool luringschool
school hours while a half hour In the thoafternoon theafternoon
afternoon would be devoted to this Ualseserclilo thisexercise
exercise esercliloTIM exerciseThe
TIM H club will meet ver very shortly
to select new officers for the year yearGustave enr enrGustave
Gustave Backman was elected y yell yellmaster 1l 1lmastpr
master yesterday at a meeting of the thetudent thetudent
tudent body j
OLIVE BRANCH BRANCHIS BRANCHISEXTENDED
IS fXUNDfD ISEXTENDEDLipprnan fXUNDfDLippman
Lippman Spurns Peace Offer Offering Offering
ing and Declares He Will WillContinue WillContinue
Continue Fight FightGROOMING FightGROOMING
GROOMING DARK HORSES HORSESCOMPLICATIONS HORSESCOMPLICATIONS
COMPLICATIONS IN KEARNS PAR PARTY PARTY
TY THREATEN DISRUPTION DISRUPTIONAt
At a meeting of Lippman advisers advisershell1 advisersheld
held IU the office of A J Weber In the theCommercial
Commercial block last evening over overtures overtures I
I tures of peace from the Bransford and andMcMillan andMcMtllan
McMillan forces were rejected and Mr MrLippman MrLippman
Lippman declared that he was in the thefight thefight
fight to win the nomInation and that thathe thathe
he would not compromise compromiseArrangements compromiseArrangements
Arrangements were made yesterday yesterdaywhereby yesterdaywhereby
whereby those who engineered things thingsbeing thingsbeing
being the Kearns followers hoped to togct toget
get Lippman out of the mayoralty race raceb raceby
b by getting all three candidates to drop dropout dropout
out In favor of a fourth man whom whomthe whomthey
the they mIght agree upon To this propo proposition proposition
sition IdIlIlun and Bransford arc said saidto
to have agreed and to have signed a apaper I
paper to that effect effectThe effectThe
The m meeting > eting of the Lippman people peoplelast peoplelast
last evening was to consider this propo proposition propositton
sition They discussed the Question at atsome atsome
some length and came to the conclu conclusion conclusion
sion that the proposed compromise was wasmerely wasmerely
merely a scheme to get LIppman out of ofthe ofthe
the race and the they dldnt propose to tostand tostand
stand for It The They aid that the pro proposal proposal
posal of the compromise was an admis admission admission
sion of defeat b by the other candIdates candIdatesand
and rejected An address to the pub publie publie I
lie was being prepared last evening by bythe bythe I
the Lippman people but it has not yet yetmade et etmade
made Its appearance aJpearanceReasons appearanceReasons
Reasons for Compromise CompromiseThe
The proposed compromise on a fourth fourthcandidate fourthcandidate
candidate was made for two reasons roosonsthe reasonsthe
the principal one of course being thE thEelimination theelimination
elimination of Lippman The other otherreason otherreason
reason was to keep if p ssible the par party party
ty from dissolution They do not want wantto
to see Lippman nominated and they
fear that If he isnt nominated his fol followers followers
lowers will bolt the American ticket ticketFonner ticketFormer
Former Mayor Iaor Ezra 1lompson wag wagboomed wasboomed
boomed for the nomination fOJ mayor maroras
as the dark ho horse yesterday but the thestatement thestatement
statement which was accredited to him himwas himwas
was that he would never again be a acandidate acandidate
candidate for mayor on any ticket ticketColonel ticketColonel
Colonel E A Wall Yal and W Yo J Ha1l0ran Ha1l0ranare
are other names suggested by the con conservatle conservative
servatle element as a possible solution solutionto
to the present controversy controversA controversyA
A Lippman man said last night after afterthe afterthe
the meeting that if Lippman withdrew withdrewfrom withdrewfrom
from the race It would onl only be with the theundlrstandlng theunderstanding
understanding that the radical wing of ofthe ofthe
the party name the man wh who would wouldheal wouldhead
heal the ticket The Lippman men have havestili havestill
still some cards to pia play and they are arestill arestill
still betting that Bransrord will not be bethe bethe
the nominee of the convention It Is Ispoaslble Ispossible
possible that If there Is no nomination nominationon
on the first ballot that the Lippman Lippmandlegates Lippmandelegates
delegates will go to some other radical radicalwhoRe radicalwhose
whoRe name will be sprung at the last lastminute lastminute
minute minuteSODA
0 0SOnA
SODA IN MEAT MEATCOSTS MEATCOSTS50
COSTS COSTS50 50 FINE flNJustice FINEJustice
Justice of Peace Hanks De Declares Dedares
dares It Is Not Legal LegalPreselvative LegalPreservative
Preservative
A de deCIsion slon 1 by which the defendants defendantswere
were found guilty and fined 60 O was gh ghen given
en b by Justice Stanley A Hanks yester yesterday ester esterday
day afternoon In the ease of the state stateagainst stateagainst
against J M Marriott Co et al alCliarged alcharged
charged with violating the pure food or orlJinances ordinances
lJinances b by using sodium sulphate as a arratlve aireservatIve
rratlve In mea meats meatsThe a aThe
The defense e argued that the violated violatedordlnan violatedordinane
ordlnan e was unconstitutional then thenasked thenasked
asked for a stay of execution and took tookan
an appeal appealStolte appealState
State Chemist Herman Harms when whenasked whenasked
asked if sodium sulphate Is Injurious to tohea1th tohealth
health said It was a question on which whichexperts hlchx
experts x rts varied variedJustice variedJustice
Justice Hanks declared that even eventholJ eventhough
tholJ though h sodium sulphate WEre entlrel entlrelharmlest entirely
harmless th the law had been vIolated as asIt asit
It Is not listed In the law concerning meat meatprelerya meatpreservatives
prelerya preservatives preservativesARMY ti ves
7 7ARMY
ARMY NURSE PRAISES PRAISESSALT PRAiSESSALT
SALT LAKE LAKEHOSPITALITY LAKEHOSPITALITYSecretary HOSPITALITY HOSPITALITYSecretar
Secretary Fisher Harris of the Com Commerclal Cornmercial
merclal club is in receipt of a COP copy of ofGettysburg ofGettysburg
Gettysburg battlefIeld views sent by bySalome bySalome
Salome 11 Stewart treasurer of the theNational theNational
National Headquarters AssocIation of ofAnn ofArmy
Ann Army Nur Nurses s of the Civil War Gettys Gettysburg Gettysburg
burg Pa Accompanying the views was wasa
a letterln letter in which Mrs Irs Stewart states statesthat statesthat
that she hopes he will accept the copy copyas
as a ver very slight expression of my In Individual individual
dividual appreciation of the magnificent magnificentwelcome magnificentwelcome
welcome and generous hospitality ac accorded accorded
corded us during our sojourn in your yourbeautiful yourbeautiful
beautiful city
NIGHT SCHOOL SCHOOLOpens SCHOOLOpens
Opens Wednesday October 6 1909 1909Bookkeeping 1909Bookkeeping
Bookkeeping Shorthand ShorthandBusiness ShorthandBusiness
Business Arithmetic Typewriting TypewritingPenmanship TypewritingPenmanship
Penmanship English EnglishMechanical EnglishMechanical
Mechanical Drawing l Etc EtcLatest tc tcLatest
Latest systems expert teachers best bestequipment bestequipment
equipment The 1h > demand by business businessmen
men for our students Is never full fully sup supp1led supplied
plied pliedL
L D S BUSINESS COLLEGE COLLEGEVhen COLLEGEWTlien
I
Vhen you drink drinkWHITE drinkWmTE
WHITE ROCK ROCKNATURAL ROCKNATURAL
NATURAL LITHIA LITHIAWATER LITIIIAWATER
WATER I
I II
you are re insuring yourself yourselfagainst yourselfagainst
against disease diseaseSCHRAMMS diseaseSCIIRAMMS
SCHRAMMS SCHRAMMSWHERE
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPEXCLUSIVE STOPEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
I
FAVORITE SON SONDOWN SONDOVINAND
DOWN DOVINAND AND OUT OUTKearns OUTKearns
Kearns Drops McMillan and andFlops andFlops
Flops to Bransford for forMayor forMayor
Mayor MayorWORK MayorWORK
WORK FOR SALOON VOTE VOTEMULVEY VOTEMULVEY
MULVEY DELEGATED TO DE DELIVER DELIVER
LIVER HIS CROWD AT POLLS POLLSH
H G McIIllan erstwhile candidate candidateror
for mayor has finally been deserted desertedb
b by the who inspired his candidacy candhIacThom candidacyThomas
Thom Thomas s Kearns who boasts that he Is Isthe Isthe
the f fther ther of the American party has hasentered hasentered
entered Into the fight between Llppm Lippmanand n nand
and Bransford for the American may mayorality mayrality
orality nomination and has taken the theBransford theBransford
Bransford side In the controversy leav leavIng leavIng
Ing 1lc1lIl1an who hUll been a poor poorthird poorthird
third to the other two ver vera much In Inthe Inthe
the cold coldMr coldMr
Mr Kearns It is understood yester yesterlay ester esterda
da lay began in earnest his work for forBransford forBranzford
Bransford In the office of Thomas ThomasKearns ThomasKearns
Kearns In the Herald building yester yesterday ester esterday
day there was It conference between betweenThomas
Thomas Kearns Mayor John S Brans Bransford Bransford
ford and Martin E Mulvey ulve Mr Ir Mul Mulvey Mulvey
vey is the proprietor of two saloons saloonsand saloonsand
and Ii wholesale liquor establishment establishmentand
and Is the valiant commander of the theKnights theKnIghts
Knights of the Royal Arch a secret secretorganization secretorganization
organization composed entirely of sa saloonkeepers saloonkeepers
loonkeepers He is also the American Americanpolitical AmericanpolItical
political leader of the Fifth ward and a acandidate acandidate
candidate for the nomination for the thecouncil thecouncil
council from this ward wardVhen wardWhen
When seen last evening eveningMayor Mayor Brans BransConi Bransford
ford declined to discuss the details letailsof
of the conference but said that It was wasnot wasnot
not for the purpoae of soliciting the sup support
port of the saloon men for his lamll candidacy
dac dacy The meeting or the three how howeer however
ever Is significant from the fact that thatKearns thatICearns
Kearns Is purported to be In control controlor
or t the e American party saloon vote with withMulvey withMulvey
Mulvey as his active working lieuten lieutenant lleutenant
ant antThe
The Bransford supporters last night nightclaimed90 nightclaimed
claimed 90 per cent of the Fifth ward warddelegation warddelegation
delegation to the American party con conentlon convention
entlon Without the support of ofKearns ofICearns
Kearns and the saloonmen of this ward wardsuch wardsuch
such a percentage or the delegation delegatlunWQuid delegationwould
would be Impossible to procure It is issIgnificant issignificant
sIgnificant that this claim was put putforth putforth
forth after the KearnsIulveBrans KearnsIulveBransford
ford conference conferenceFor
For some reeks the Bransford peo people peopIe
pIe have been making a strong bid bidfor bidfor
for the support of the saloon element elementJust elementJust
Just before Bransfords candidacy for forthe forthe
the renomInation was as announced the theslot theslot
slot machines were opened up In all allof allof
of the salooos The machines had been beenclosed beenclosed
closed down for some months at the theorder theorder
order of Mayor Bransford The chief chiefof
of police was Instructed to arrest ev every cvery
ery one allowing a riot machine to be beoperated beoperated
operated In his place of business Act ActIn ActIng
In Ing under these instructions several severalslot severalslot
slot machine proprietors were arrested arrestedand arrestedand
and no machines were allowed to run
A Sudden Change ChangeSUddenly ChangeSuddenly
SUddenly simultaneously in every everysaloon everysaloon
saloon In the elt city the slot machines ap appeared appeared
peared There were no arrests The Thebuslnefs Thebusiness
business ran on unmolested The chief chiefof
of Police was nuncommltal on the theproposition theproposition
proposition So was the mayor There Therebad Therehad
bad evidently been some sort of an un understanding Understandlng
derstanding with the liquor dealers dealersThe dealersThe
The recent friendly attitude or the theBransford theBransford
Bransford administration toward the thesaloans thesaloons
saloons can only mean that an effort effortIs
Is being made to establish reciprocal reciprocalrelations reciprocalrelations
relations with the saloon element In Inorder inorder
order that the saloon support for forBransford forI3ranstord
Bransford may be secured securedThe securedThe
The KearnBranldord KearnBransfordifutvey Iule attempt attemptto
to secure the saloon vote of the Amen Amerian Amencan
can an party II Just a little late For
> Joseph Lhpman and his work
have been securing signatures of
on little cards which are
deposited in a filing cabinet
for future reference Among this eel
lection of autographs are the slgna slgnatUIes signatures
tUIes of a large number of saloon men
of these men will sta stay with Lipp
and will decline to be delivered to toranford toBransford
ranford by Kearns and Iulvey What Whatpromises Yhatpromlaes
promises Lippman has made to the sa saloon
loon men In case crt his elecLion are arenot arenot
not made public but there are many manyof
of them who are working hard for
him
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CITIZEN 8 PARTY PARTYBEGS PARTYBEGS
BEGS fOR HElP HElPLeaders
Leaders Recognize Hopeless Hopelessness
ness of Their heil Cause and andAppeal andAppeal
Appeal to Governor toGovernorHaving GovernorHaving
Having failed to hold Its doubtful doubtfulstrength doubtfulstrength
strength of a few weeks ago minus a alead aIead
lead r and with erstwhile supporters 8tpportersconHtantly supportersconstantly
constantly failing away sevcral leaders leadersof
of the CItizens movement waited upon uponGovernor uponGovernor
Governor Yllliam Spry yesterday aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon askln asking for help helpAmong helpAmong
Among them were John Q Critchlow CritchlowOrson CritchlowOrson
Orson H Hewlett James Devine DevineGeorge DevineGeorge
George G Smith Charles B Felt and andStephen andStephen
Stephen H I Love ove They practically ad admitted admitted
mitted the falluri of the mushroom mushroompart mushroomparty
part and were willing to sacrifice all allit allit
it Is said if they could but save W R RYallace HWallace
Wallace to head a ticket other than the theDemocratic
Democratic ticket They had found it itImpossible Itimpossible
Impossible to run Wallace on th the Citi Citizens CitiSons
Sons Ucketatter ticket after he had been nomInated nomInatedbJ
bJ < the Democratic convention and they theyare theyare
are now asking that the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party support him for mayor maorAn mayorAn
An Interesting feature of the status statusof
of the Citizens movement Is the fact factthat factthat
that the men who now style themselves themselvesleaders themselvesleaders
leaders of the party have discredited discreditedthose discreditedthose
those who were the originators of the theparty theparty
party and say y the they have eliminated eliminatedthem eliminatedthem
them from the organization The first firsttwo firsttwo
two to fall by the way wayside ldc were A S SRelr SReiser
Relr and B F Grant the two most mostprominent mostprominent
prominent In the early formation of the theparty theparty
party partyNone partyNone
None of the members of the part partwho partywho
who called upon the governor yesterday yesterdaycared yesterdaycared
cared to discuss Ute matter merely de deelating
elating that nothing was done and re refusing refusing
fusing to admit that overtures had hadbeen hadbeen
been made to Governor Spry to lead leadthem leadthem
them out of th wilderness George G GSmith GSmith
Smith said there Was nothing doing doingand doingand
and would say no more morePreSt morePresent
PreSt Present > llt leaders of the movement now nowwell nowwell
well upon the rocks have appealed to topromlnnt toprominent
prominent Repuollcans for support but buthave buthave
have received slight encouragement as asa asa
a result of the policy adopted In the theprgnnlzatlon theprgnnizatlon
prgnnlzatlon of the party The urgent urgentapPNJ urgentappeal
appeal to the governor was taken a8 a ameasure ameasure
measure of last rt resort rt Governor Spry Sprydid
did not care to discuss the matter last lastnlJht lastnight
night further than that nothing had hadbeen hadbeen
been accomplllhed
The merit of the Wasatch Brands BrandsDid BrandsDid
Did bring them Into fame fameThe fameThe
The god housewife this brand de demands demands
mands mandsThere mandsThere
There are none just the same sameMiss samep sameMiss
p
Miss Nora Gleason Gleasonwill
will arrange her clas classes es for the full and andwinter andwinter
winter term Monday Hours 9 8 ato in into
to 1 p m 2 p m to 8 p m Constitu Constitution
tion block blockTrlbuneReporter blockTrlbuneReporter
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SIIJnfE1UAmIlLfAN co coThe COThe
The onl only stationery and of office officeupply tic It Itupph
upph store In Salt Lake oper opert operating
nUnS their own printing office
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SUPREME COURT COURTSCORfS COURTSCORESWADDER
SCORfS SCORESWADDER SCORESWADDERReverses WADDfLl WADDfLlReverses
Reverses District Court ana anaDeclares anuDeclares
Declares Lien on House HouseDogs HouseDogs
Dogs and Piano PianoFINDS PianoFINDS
FINDS FOR STEPMOTHER STEPMOTHERAVERS
AVERS DENTIST USED DECEP DECEPTION DECEPTION
TION IN OBTAINING DEEDS DEEDSFinding DEEDSFinding
Finding that Dr W U Vaddell used usedde useddeception
de deception < > eptlon toward his stepmother Mr MrLeonora MrsLeonora
Leonora E Waddell and purposely de defrauded dofrauded
frauded her out of 160 acres of land In InIdaho inIdaho
Idaho the supreme court yesterday re rever reversed
ver versed ed the judgment of Judge C W WMorse V VMorse
Morse of the Third district court and andremanded andremanded
remanded the case for a new new trial with withinstructions withInstructions
instructions to make findings In accord acconlance accordance
ance of the rulings of the higher court courtThe courtThe
The opinion was written by Justice W WM W3L
M lIcCarty his a associates soclate concurring concurringEvidence concurringEvidence
Evidence showed that young Wad Waddell Waddeli
dell was to deed his farm of 180 acres to tohis tohis
his father Isaac Vaddell for 1500 to tobe tobe
be paid In installments to young Wad Waddeli Vaddell
dell while he was taking a course in an aneastern aneastern
eastern dentalcoUege dental college The father paid paidthe paidthe
the money < but never recorded the deed deedOpens deedOpens
Opens Dental Office Officehen OfficeWhen
When hen Waddell came back from the theeast theeast
east he started In the dental practice practicehere practicehere
here in the Templeton building I Isaac IsaacWaddell aac aacWaddell
Waddell died on Dec 12 1m leaving leavingall
all his property to his widow Young YoungWaddell YoungWaddell
Waddell It was said took the deed deedfrom deedfrom
from among his fathers private papers papersand papersand
and de destroyed troed It at his office Then he hesold hesold
sold the farm In Idaho for 2250 2250lIn 2250Mrs
Mrs Waddell demanded delivery of ofthe ofthe
the deed and to avoid litigation he hewas liewas
was to receive a part of the old Wad Waddell Waddell
dell homestead In South FJr First t Vest Weststreet VestHtreet
street for the Idaho property The Thedeed Thedeed
deed was made by lIr Mrs Vaddell anti amIthe antithe
the dentist put up a home at 348 South SouthFirst SouthFirst
First Vest str street streetAgain > et etAgain
Again it Is said he refused to turn turnover turnover
over a deed to the 119 acres It then thenbecame thenbecame
became known that he had 1fo1d oId It for
260 and Mrs Vaddell began suit In Inthe inthe
the Third district court for that thatamount thatamount
amount amountJUdge amountJudge
JUdge Morse held that Waddell did didnot didnot
not come Into possession of the deed deedfraudulently deedfraudulently
fraudulently and that none or the themonet themoney
monet realized on the property went WelltInto wentinto
Into the building of the home In First FirstVest FirstWest
Vest street which Waddell Vaddt > lI d deeded to tohis tohis
his Wife The district court therefore thereforeheld thereforeheld
held against the stepmother stelmotherArraigns stepmotherArraigns
Arraigns Dr Waddell WaddellIn
In holding that the district court courterred coirterred
erred the supreme court Eeverel severely ar arraigns arraigna
raigns Waddell In the following Jan
t U8ge guageDr U8geDr
Dr Waddell came Into polIJe8 possession ion of ofthe ofthe
the deed wrongfully and he tore It up
for the pulpOle of destroying the evl evldE evid
dE d nce ce of tin title and thereby enabled enablidhlmlelf enabledhimself
himself to defraud his stepmother and andhe andhe
he fraudulently mlgpproprlated the themoney themoney
money which he received for the land landcovered landcovered
covered by the deed to his own use UleThat useThat
That Dr Vaddell showed bad faith in intaking intaking
taking the deed to his office before de deStroyhlt dostroylug
Stroyhlt It Is the claim of the supreme supremelOurt supremecourt
court And In addition to this It Is Isheld isheld
held that the conduct of Dr Waddell WaddellIn raddellIn
In borrowing 1000 from his stepmother stepmotherto
to fit up his office was reprehensible reprehensibleVe
Ve have read the entire transcript transcriptcontinues transcriptcontinues
continues the supreme court and are areforced areforced
forced to the conclusion that Dr Wad WaddeWs Waddelis
deWs testimony J8 not entitled to any anyweight anyweight
weight whatever except 8S corroborat corroborated
ed by other witnesses wltnes8elThe witnessesThe
The supreme court declares the judg judgment judgmeat
meat of 2250 to be a lien against the thehou thehouse
hou house e of Dr Waddell at 348 South First FirstWest FirstWest
West street against his piano and andagalnlt I Iagainst
against to collie dogs valued at T70 T70HIGH O OI
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I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Professor George A Eaton called a ameUng ameeting
meeting of the boys yesterday afternoon afteri100ni
to discuss plans to honor the President PrlsllkntEvery PresidentEvery
Every boy and girl will be given a ticket ticketentitling ticketentitling
entitling each to a certain space In Brig
ham street Sunday morning morningThe
The boArd of education and friends of ofthe ofthe
the red and black wlil 111 be guests of the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake High school today Boys will willamble willassemble
amble In Eaton gymna gymnasium ium and the thegirls th thgirls
girls on the lan In front of the main mainbuilding mainbuilding
building buildingSeeral buildingSeveral
Several orilers for white trousers have haven havebeen
been n Issued to the cadets who were un unable Unabbe
able to take the Seattle trip so thEY can canparticipate an anparticipate
participate In the parade next Saturday SaturdayAll
All girls wishing to take up cooking and andse1nS andsewing
sewing were required to register yester yesterday t > ster sterda
da day
Commandant William C Webb has hascalled hascalled
called a meeting for today of all the of officers ofleers
leers of the cadet battalion In the gm gmna gymnasium
na nasium ium assembly hall hallProCt baliProfessor
ProCt Professor > NOr R S Mcrlece will conduct tondutgmualum conductgymnasium
gymnasium classes for boys during all allperiods allperiods
periods Tuesdays and Thullda Thursdays s bl begin beginning > gin ginnlng
nlng next wee weeAU week weekAlt
AU noncommissioned officers and third thlrdyear thirdyear
year men who wish to continue drill will willaO willleave
leave aO their names with their company compancommanders companycommanders
commanders before the week Is out outComm outCornmandant
Comm Cornmandant nelant William C Webb will iII give givean
an account of the Seattle trip today > for forthe forthe
the benefit of the girls and those boys boyswho boyswho
who were unable to JrO JrOVASATCH gowKiAiF
wKiAiF VASATCH BACON BACONA I IA
A streak of fat a streak of lean leanVlth leanWith
With lots of t goodness in between beteenKodak betweenKodak
Kodak Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake P 1to SutJiy l C4a 14 143 Main MainI MainMcCoys IalnICCoY5
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ICCoY5 livery carriage and lIg Ilgt Ilgtlivery r rIInr
IInr livery Roth Ihonl 81 81I 81A 1 1A
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The Bracelet BraceletIs I IIs
Is a conspicuous ornament ornamentan4
L Land
and denotes the taste of the thewearer I Iwearer
wearer wearerFashion 1 1Fashion
I Iyal
Fashion has stamped appro approval
val on bracelets this year yearand i iand
and we have used extreme extremecare
care in our selections selectionsReasonable selectionsReasonable
Reasonable and Reliable ReliableSAIT
170 170Mor
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In Iens Clothes is like Paris styl in inLadies i iLadies
Ladies Clothes The best dressers in inN inNew
N New cr York wear wearBenjamin veurI veurBenjamin
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Benjamin Clothes ClothesThe 1 1The
The best dressers in Salt Lftke ao t to toA o oA
A tryoIl today will convince y yu yutifat 11 11tliat
tliat Benjamin ll Clothes are best bestSuits bestSuits
Suits and Coats 18to 40 40Our 40Our
Our new line of Holeproof Sox is in inAII inAll
All sizes for men Olnell and children childrenX ehuldrrnNew
X New cv Store 215 South Maui IainAcme I
Acme AcmeQuality AcmeQualityHouse Quality QualityHouse
House Paint PaintA
A Paint for forEvery forEvery
Every Purpose or
Comes lUCYCry in every color or shade shadeone i ione
one ll1ighti1uag might initgiue initgiueWe lle llee
We e cnn suggest so very nt nttracti attiacti
tracti ye e COl1ibillftttiollS of OOlOl if ifyoull ifoull
youll come in iii nnclnskW and ask W like like1t
M 1t 1tto
to unsvei questions 1uestionsCulmer questionsCulmer
Culmer Paint Glass Co CoOur
Our l Fiiie ille X New v Store Is At
37 EAST FIRST SOUTH
5 D Evans EvansGndertakcr EvaneUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed to tonew tonew
new location IS South State street streetDally streetDaily
Dally Salt21r Bathing TraIns
930 returns 1145 200 retlrmc 430
Theres nothIng like sham bt tamed tamedWa8atch tamedWasatch
Wa8atch ham hamIts hamIts
Its rich and its all to the good goodTheres goonTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatround fatround
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way ay that k koull t tsoul
soul oull
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OUR NEW STORE STOREAt STOREAt2l4Main
At At2l4Main At2l4MainOpposite 214 Main MainOpposite
Opposite the Kenyon Kenyonwill
v will Open OpenSaturday OpenSaturday
Saturday SaturdaySeptember SaturdaySeptember
September Septemberthe Septemberthe25th
the the25th 25th 25thwith j
with our regular regularline
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tae line of ofMen naaa I IMens
Men s Walk WalkOver Over Shoes Shoesand
and also with a full stock of ofLadies ofLadies
Ladies Fine Shoes Shoesof
of the following lllake lllakeLadies makesLadies
Ladies VaIkOyers in ill ever every way the equal of the Men8 Men8fT
fT T Cousins ladies shoes as formerly earned br the theRomney theRomney
Romney Store GrovelS soft shoes and other makes makesranging niakesranging
ranging from
300 to 500 500Also
Also chiIdren 8 shoes including PIamates PIamatesVe PlamatesWevisli
Wevisli Ve wish to thank those who have favored us with their theirpa theirpatronage
pa patronage rollage at our three stores Hardings Boot Shop the theRomney theRomney
Romney store and at our men mens s WalkOver store and now nowthat now nowthat
that we have concentrated our business in one location we wehope wehope
hope for a continuance of that patronage and shaH be in inbetter inbetter
better position to give the best of service and the best of ofquality ofquality
quality for the mon money moneyWALKOVER y yW
W WALKOVER WALKOVERShoe ALKQVERShoe
Shoe Store
214 MAIN STREET STREETFormer STREETFormer
Former Location of Romney Dependable Shoes ShOMHarding ShoesHarding
Harding Shoe Co Proprietors roprietorsla
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