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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHSATURDAY SATURDAY SEPT 25 251909 1909
MARRIAGE KNOTS KNOTSUNTIED KNOTSUNTIED
UNTIED BY COURT COURTThree
Three Women Freed by Judge JudgeIV JudgeMirse
IV Mirse JISe and One Expects Expectsto ExpectstoFindFavor
to toFindFavor toFindFavorFOUR Find Favor FavorFOUR
FOUR HUSBANDS AT FAULT FAULTDESERTION FAULTDESERTION
DESERTION CRUELTY AND INFI INFIDELITY INFIDELITY
DELITY CHARGED CHARGEDTbree
Three women who entered the diyorcf diyorcfrolll divnreflu11
rolll In Judge C W lone court y yt I Itday
tday t day with troublesome huband at attahed a atahed
tahed to them came out mlllng and andalon an anatorw
alon One other all but rid hErPf I Ihrr thcr
hrr rpjj poU8e and will probably reh rehi i eeivdvurre
dvurre < i tfe when proof of ervtce of su nllllon Sunhifloflis nllllonI
I is ma made madeMrs e eIrs
Mrs Irs Lena Poul8on told the court conrtlLld courtiid
lLld supported > her husband until I5t1f h had had1ume hiIbtcume
1ume tired of It and when ehe he iikfl iikfltat insit4tiat
tat h do hi hiB hare he de deserted erted II IIThy Iir IirThty
Thy were married at Logan on Ma MaJ May Mayand
J and hAve three chlldro ranging frm frmJS fr in inis
JS years par to 11 yeara who were given into intotif intotIt
tIt mothers custody by the court with WilliiYOfce withdivorci
iYOfce
Hubby Was Too Gay Gaylwl GayMliel
Mliel lwl G leU told of the quarrel with withl
l r husband J W V JelL at Baker City Cityf1
f1 bdthIe b he w waa 1JOi woing out with too tooTIU toori2tx
TIU other women and that she left him himj
j ame to Salt Lake She returned to toL1kr toLakr
L1kr City only to find the house locked locktdi
She marrh marrttdJ < 1 1Jtt
i i kind < the furniture sold
Jtt J tL at Baker City on New Years day dayOt
Ot She received a divorce and her herr
r ailJf > Il name of Belrdneaua They have haveJ
J J f htdren htdrenRhoda iii 1drenRhoda
Rhoda Dutson Is no 1on iongktr r the wife of ofharlr ofharks
harks = Dutsn She told Judge Morte MortetIit orse orsetllilt
tllilt her husband had deserted her foul foulars fourLr
ars Lr ago and that she he has been sup supilrting suprting
ilrting rting her heraelf alf since Their one child Is IsIn isI1L
In Marysvale with ith relatives They were wereUI wereworried
UI worried < rried in Mqrysvae cn Sept 8 1895 1895llie 1836Ne1ii
Ne1ii llie E Rance certainly proved b bJ by
J r f tory that she had good grounds for forOIHrc forAl
OIHrc Al V1rLt < but proper fOervice of summons summons11on summonsLoia
11on Loia her husband was not shown and andJiJdg and1Tudg
JiJdg Morse refused to grant the dl dlr dire
< r re until summons tg S returned frs Mrssaid frs1ll1
1ll1 < P said her husband abused her often oftenti
ti d j that on Jul July 2 1a t he h came home homead
1101 threatened to kin her accompany accompanyIng
Ing iig till threat by thrusting a revolver nfVoIverL revolvertir
tir L Idr Ier nose He wa arrested at that thatt thattH
t tH I i site he told the court on a charge of ofand ofaniIt
aniIt and battery with a deadly weapt weap
t L hut jumPed his ball bond and went wentt
t tI ntnver She said her latest advice adviceas
as M that he was somewhere In Nevada NevadaJ
J Iking 8 a day as a bartender For ForJ Fortai
J tai years ears Rance w waa bartender at atHLlgS at1gl
1gl HLlgS S in Salt Lake In backing up her herc
c hatg of nonsupport Irs Rance said saidE
E J1ad received only U In a year from fromF
1 r husband They we were married In II1S9 II1S9IHlo1 1889C
IHlo1 C hd have three children an girls Mrs MrsJ1I Mmt
J1I t wan wants her maiden name of Grit Grlf1ths Gritths
1ths ths returned to her herSkipped herSkipped
Skipped to Nevada NevadaL011ise NevadaLo
L011ise Lo i ie Gfonl you young and pretty pretttne prettyttc
tne d 1 tlJ have her former husband Ralph Ralphhssfortl Ralphc1
c1 hssfortl punished for contempt of ofFlrt ofrt
< Flrt rt She obtained a divorce from Gelll GelllfrI Gesst
frI t i tbfl < 1 July 16 when be was ordered onleredl ordered7Iy
l 7Iy < JY > > er am O of 03 e month The Theung Theuo
ung uo K WOnMR toM tO tJ l CVDT n Th Thisfords ba 5 5 5Gssfords
Gssfords father had given him money moneyth
v th which to get out of the state and andd
a < < t d 1 the rourt8 order but the father fatherv
v 1 Vt twf wit lLRyl aarizg nlr and an Do DoischaJ8d O O1thchaTged > >
ischaJ8d It WIUI threatened reatened how howr
r that proceedings will be brought broughtalil4 broughtthe
alil4 the old man Ge Gessford sforo Is gone goneright goneJ
J right and the alimony 18 stopped stoppedJr
Jr js j 1Itved he Is In Reno Ne Ney He Hed lielartender
d Iartender and once worked here at atth attln
> th Iog Jo Cabin bar Mrs Geesford Geesfords
s i j htr patents at Sacramento Cat gave gaver
r t1OO when abe he was married and andtl
tl tt t 51W Iw gave this to her husband He HeHIt HeV
V HIt Tt through It In a hurry and thenre thenref then re reI
f 1 11 ii Impport her It Is said saidCaiies td tdulps
Caiies ulps H Miller 1U r of the Royal tUndry Wbndryrt tUndryrdere4
rdere4 rt pay 43 a cYfet ek tqar t9ward t9wardI < bt
1 sUIport ofds wife in Ani < < eil4ruf ldr + d du durirg durrg
rirg tilt trial of the divorce action brought broughtg1
g1 It him jm b by his wife In which she she1S shemes
her hUB hUBnr busaffinity
1S H reda Pederson as
nr affinity affinitySTEPMOTHfR affinitySTEPMOTHERllRINS
STEPMOTHfR STEPMOTHERllRINS BRINGS SUIT SUITJills
Jills Leonora M Waddell Seeks to toRecover toRecover
Recover Title to Property Fraud Fraudulently Fraudulently
ulently Obtained From Her HerYaiting HerWaiting
Waiting onl only one day after the tbeto therime
to irlIW rime court decision which held heldhtr heldt
t t tier stepson had fraudulently ob obblllPl obt
blllPl t her Ifr husband win and then de deIStrl desryt1
IStrl sryt1 > d it Xu Leonora M Waddell Waddellf
f 01 1 nit In the district court yestpr yosterigainat
1 against Dr llllam M Waddell Waddelliiiet adden1iet
1iet title to part of the h4tmestead h4tmesteadshe hmesteadt
t h she deeded him at 347 Seuth Seuthirr Seuthirr
irr West est street Mrs Florence Dar Daria Barlow
ia low Waddell wife of Dr Waddell Is IsII isnR
II nR named as defendant in the suit suitNr ult1Ir
1Ir Waddell deeded this property to tostepson tolrr
lrr stepson on the undeutndlng that thatI
I was a to receive a farm of 160 acres acresh acresI4taII7
h lt I4taII7 lJ but which Dr Waddell after atterrtaining afteritnining
rtaining the original deed which he heul he1nI
1nI ul given ien to his father for 1500 and and1j andJal
1j turned It had sold for U250 2250 The The1Ipnllle ThesrieIne
1Ipnllle court ordered the district dltrlctun
un to trake findings giving Mrs MrsVadde11 In InJdjpH
JdjpH Judgment of 2250 from her herI5rf herTsn
I5rf Tsn wn which was to be held as a an
1 In n against his home two prize co col coland
1 and a piano Mrs Vaddells new newfliit newEtC
EtC jo to quiet title to the First Vest Westrrg Vestt
t rrg + property in her favor favorONE favorS favorONE
S
ONE RASCAL SENTENCED SENTENCEDTV
TV TWO O FAILED FAILEDTO TO APPEAR APPEARTiITfP
Tree years In prison was the sen sentnI sent
tnI t ri against John Randolph when he hentred heerLtrei
ntred a plea to the chatge of eec eec4wi
4 4wi degree burglary befon Judge T TJt Tp
Jt Lewis In the district court yester yesterY
t Y He entered the home of Richard RichardFrker RichardFirker
Frker 50 O South Twelfth East ast street streetn streettelt
n Opt 10 1M and was In prison prison11Illppn prisonIiirtien
11Illppn days later laterH
H Quinn and Daniel Sullivan alleged allegedrckpocket allegedT
rckpocket T kpickets failed to appear In court courtnnd courtnyiii
nnd forfeited their ball of SiOO 500 each eachrrhy
rrhy 111 were Jointly charged with rob roblng robling
ling Alexander Walker of a gold goldWath goldath
Wath ath 8 In money and a bandker bandkerdr
C dr
I I
S D Evans Evansrndertaker Evanstndertaker
rndertaker and embalmer removed to toIt toI
I i itior It < r 4 < nlth t1tp trftt wtreetInvest trfttInvest
Invest Your Money Where WhereYou WhereYou
You Can Get It When WhenYou WhenYou
You Need It ItMen ItMen
Men of experience always buy buysecurities buysecurities
securities which they can turn turnJntD 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 taxatfonSalt taxationSLlt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompny
Company
52 Up Main Street StreetCapItal StrestCapital
CapItal 30000000 300000006urptu 300000008urp1u
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President Taft addressing crowd at Helper from rear platform of his car On the platform with him are Colonel Colonelc
c Ed Loose and Governor Spry
V VI M C A A1 STARTS STARTSA 81 ARTS ARTSA
A BIG BIGCAMPAIGN BIGCAMPAIGNissociation CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNAssociation
Association Men Will Try to toSecure I
Secure 300 New Mem Members Mciiibers
bers at Once OnceThe
The opening of the campaign for three threehuDdrEd threehundrcd
huDdrEd new members In the Y M 1 C A AWIllI Awas
was marked by a very Ia large e and enthu enthuaiaati enthusiastic
aiaati gathering of workers la last t night nightWhen nightWhen
When the call for the meeting was sent sentout entout
out it was expected that President Taft Taftwould Taftwould
would be present at the Y I C A Alast Alast
last night to start the cmpalgn but word wonlWag wordwa
Wag received from Senator Reed Smoot Smootyesterday Smootyesterday
yesterday atternoonthat afternoon hat the President Presidentwould Presidentwould
would be unable to be present To the thegreat thegreat
great chagrin of the Y M C A members membersa
a second message was received lot night nightjust nightjust
just after the meeting was dlsml dlsml8tatlng dismissed dismissedstating
stating that the President would be bepleased bepleased
pleased to come down just as soon as he hecould heCould
could get away from the banquet provided pro provided
vided the crowd wou would remain Ho Hoever HOW HOWever
ever the members feel very pleased over overthe overthe
the expression of good will sent them themby themby
by the chief executive of the nation their theirmost theirmost
most prominent fellow Y M C A mem member memher
her berWhlle While the program was somewhat somewhataludced somewhatabrtdged
aludced by the absence ot the mU81cla mU81clat niuscianswae
t wae fi < w C Cot < 1 ate oqel Qeag n 01 01the 02the
the meeting the business s portion of the themeeting
meeting was f full 1I of ginger gingerMeeting gingerMeetZn I
Meeting MeetZn Opens OpensSenator OpensSenator
Senator Carr E Had Hadgur r chairman of ofthe t tthe
the Membership Campaign committee committeepreIIlded committeepresided
presided at the meeting which he opened openedby
by stating the purpose and reviewing the thepast thepast
past history of the financial campaign campaignHe
He then Introduced Frank B Stephens of ofthe ofthe
the Y M C A board of management In Inarousing Inarousing
arousing the working enthusiasm Mr MrStephens MrStephens
Stephens declared Salt lake expects expectsthe
the Y M C A to make good ood The time timehas timehas
has paIIIted when we should urge men to togo togo
go Into Y M C A memberships for forwhat forwhat
what they expect to receive from It alone aloneTIUII aloneThis
This association must grgdualiy duaUy grow into intoa
a larger work for tbecitys the cltys good The TheY
Y 1 M C A In Chicago demonstrated the thtvalue thevalue
value of the public playgrounds and that thatmetropolis thatmetropolis
metropolis has now Invested eleven mil millions millions
lions of dollars In this work for the youth youthof
of the own The Seattle Y M 1 C A Astarted Astarted
started a similar movement There i imuch ii iimuch
much that you as members can do for forthis forthis
this elt city But one of the easiest things is isto isto
to fill up the membership of this ass association assciation
ciation to Its utmost capacity and get getthree getthree
three hundred more members before a awak aweek
week from tonight tonlgbtElwood tonightlwood
Elwood Brown was then Introduced to tooutline tooutline
outline the details of the campaign He Hedeclared liedeclared
declared that the time Is right for harvest harvestIn
In view of the earnest desires of the re recent recent
cent financial campaign These are the thedays thedays
days be declared when the young men menare menare
are thinking and pDnlnf p1annin how to use usetheir usetheir
their leisure evenings e should give givethem givethem
them an opportunity to use these even eenlngs evenIngs
lngs to their advant advantage and also to the thecommunity thecommunitys
community welfare wel1areOscar welfareOscar
Oscar 1 Cox general secretary was wascalled wascalled
called on to express his Interest In the thematter thematter
matter He stated the case by saying sayingThis sayingThis
This whole plant represents unselfish unselfishness
ness and It is now time that we younger youngermembers youngermembers
members show the spirit manlfe manifested t by bythe bythe
the older men of the city who ho have done doneso
so much towards putting this plant here herefor herefor
for our use and convenience convenienceKing convenienceKing
King Pin Talks TalksHr
Hr Cox called on W C Coulson whom whomhe
he cbaracterlsed as the king pin mem membership membership
bership getter having brought more moreyoung moreyoung
young men into the association than any anyother anyother
other man In Salt Lake Mr Coul Coulson Coulsonlikened on onlikened
likened the present campaign to the mem members memhers
hers by the story of some boys that got a arich arich
rich man In the neighborhood to give them tbemtbe themthe
the use of his barn and to fit It up with withhorisontal withhorizontal
horizontal bars rings and punching bags bac8and bagsand
and then the these e boys failed to u use e the thebarn thebarn
barn after the novelty of the first two twoweeD twoweeks
weeD had worn off During the meeting meetingblanks meetingblanks
blanks were passed to the workers call callIng calllug
lug for names and addre addresses ses of young youngmen youngmen
men who should be invited to join the theauoclaUon theassociation
association auoclaUonThese associationThese
These with other members names that thathad thathad
had been accumulating for some time timewblch timewhich
which will make a Ut of eight hundred hundredmen
men who win receive an Invitation to tojoIn tojoin
joIn the Young Mens Christian 88OCla assoclation 88OClatlon
tlon Then beginning Monday there wIll wIllbe 111Ibe
be a systematic canvass begun by the thecommittees thecommittees
committees committeesThe
The captains of the teams will meEt for forluncheon forluncheon
luncheon toda today at 1 1230 p m and begin beginning beginning
ning Monday all the members of the theteam theteam
team m lunch together for the three tbreedas threedays
das of the whirlwind campaign campaignIII campaignOT
III IIIVOTE
VOTE OT OF NO IMPORTANCE IMPORTANCEFonner
Former Salt Lake Pastor Surprises SurprisesFriends SurprisesFriends
Friends by Utterances in a aSermon aSermon
Sermon SermonSalt
Salt Lake friends of Dr David Ut Utter TJtter
ter now pastor of the Unity church churchDenver churchDenver
Denver but formerly pa pastor tor of the theUnitarian theUnitarian
Unitarian church here were surprised surprisedye surprisedyesterdap
ye yesterdap terdap to learn that In his sermon sermonlast i
last Sunday Dr Utter asserted that UtatYote thatVotee
Yote for women are not Important ImportantI
p I have lived for nearly twenty twentyyears twentyyears
years where women had the suffrage suffragea1d
said Dr Utter I still tlll fall to see any anygreat anygreat
great good reultL Only small good goodTau goodresults
Tau results Perha Perhaps worth the trouble troublebut troublebut
but I am not are The question of ofvotes ofvotes
votes for women or of voting by bywomen I IWomen
Women has never seemed to me to be bea I Igreat
a great or Important one oneThe oneThe
The growth of the love of j Justice Justiceand Uce Ucelid
and lid of the sense of moral obligation obllptlon118em
seem to methe chief groun ground or hope hopefor hopetot
for a better world In future year yearThere yearsTlwes
There nothing like sham in tamed tamedWasatch tamejWasatch
Wasatch bam bamIts hamIts
Its rich and Us all to tl1 the good goodTheres 00d 00dTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatroUnd fatround
roUnd the Jean JeanDd leanAn
An Dd It Its packed too the way that U Ushould Itshould
should shouldS shouldSITIBLEYMACMILLAN
S SITIBLEYMACMILLAN IDL Y3IAC3IILLAN co coThe COThe
The only stationery and office offlcasupply officesupply
supply store In Salt Lake oper operating operating
ating their own printing office
71 1 E 3rd So Both vhonea vhoneaIIWASATCH uhoneaWASATCH
IIWASATCH BACON BACONsUPak
A streak of tat a streak of lean leanWith leanWith
With lots of goodness in between betweenKodak betweenKodakFinishlng
Kodak KodakFinishlng KodakFinishlngEalt Finishlng FinishlngfaIt
faIt Lake P ito SUlPIY Co o U2 MaIn i
DEATH CLAIMS CLAIMSNOHn CLAIMSNOTEDLAWYER
NOHn NOTEDLAWYER NOTEDLAWYERJudge LAWnR LAWnRJudge
Judge J R Bowdle Passes PassesAway PassesAway
Away at the Holy Cross CrossHospital
Hospital HospitalJ
J R Bowde for years one of the theJllttlt themost
most prominent an and best known cor corporation corporation
poration lawyers of the west dIed at atthe t tthe
the Holy Cross bospitaI o plta yesterday yesterdayafternoon sterdayaCtemoon
afternoon at t 3 340 40 oclock following an anoperation anoperation
operation a week ago for gaB stones etoneaJudge stonesJudge
Judge Botdle was a member of the theconstitutional theconstitutional
constitutional convention and since sincecoming sincecoming
coming to Utah In 1889 had been a amot amost
mot prominent member of the state statebar statebar
bar barJudge Judge Bowdle was born In Colum Columbus Columbus
bus 0 Sept 15 1845 and came to toSat toSalt
Sat Lake from there In 1889 Through Throughhi
hi his leadership as a lawyer Judge Bow Bowdle Bowdle
dle soon became active In politics In InUtah inUtah
Utah and became a familiar figure In Inthe Inthe
the Republican party He was con connected conneeted
nected with a number of large cor corporations corporatlons
porations during his career here His Hislast Hislast
last work was as attorney for the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Public Service company companFew companyFew
Few indeed but knew Judge Bow BowdIe Bowdie
dIe at least among those who have havet haveist
ist t 1alt Lake tor Q t a numlJel ot otyears ofyears
years e wa 33 a 1am nThSSST T SWTh SWThpolitics gt I
politics and was generally admired admiredfor dmlredfor I
for his sterling ability as an orator oratorand
and logician logicianTWo logIcianTwo I
TWo weeks ago Judg zzge Bowe Bowecaine B > > w e ve vecame
came ill and was taken to the Holy HolyCross I
Cross hospital a little more than a aweek I Iweek
week ago suffering from gall stones stonesAn
An operation which at first was be believed I IHeved
Heved to have been successful was wasperformed WIiUperformed
performed at Monday He rallied for fora
a time but then sank rapidly The Thebody Thebody
body was taken to his late home 362 362South 352South
South TblreJ Ea East t street tr et shortly att atthis sltoj
his de death th Yesterday n flehid hJig 0 a ahe vUlltw vUlltwhe
he leaves a daughter I Isabel abel and a a80n ason
son Dr Ralph owdle botbot hoth of Salt SaJtLake SaltLake
Lake The funeral arrangement will willbe willbe
be aaBou aitnoupued d later f fA fTYPHOID 1 1TYPHOID
A
TYPHOID FEVER FEVfRI FEVEREPIDEMIC
I EPIDEMIC RAGES RAGESTen
Ten New Cases Are Reported ReportedBringing ReportedBringing
Bringing the Number Numberto
to 156 156Ten
Ten new cases ff typhoid fever yes yesterda yeaterday
terda terday swelled the epidemic list to 1l 156 156since G Gsince
since the first of September But little littlewas littlewas
was done by the cit city board of health healtboftIeials healthoffisials
oftIeials In fighting the disease 88 it Is Isnow isnow
now believed that the source has been beenfound beenfound
found and with a quarantine against againstthe
the milk from the three Woods Cross CroS6dairies Crossdairies
dairies the end of the epidemic is near nearConditions nearConditions
Conditions at these three dairies have havebeen havebeen
been changed dairymen are taking es especial espedal
pedal pains In cJeaslng the bottles be before before
fore sending them out with milk and androndlUons andconditions
conditions are generally greatly Im Improved Improved
proved It 18 probable the embargo embargoagainst embargoagainst
against the milk from the Moss Broth Brothers
ers Mountain and Golden Vest dairiea dairieawill dairleawill
will be removed either today or tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row This step will be taken by the thestate thestate
state board of health when it appears appearsthat appearsthat
that no more danger lies In these dairies dairiesshipping dairiesshipping
shipping milk to Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The new t typhoid cases yesterday YeMterdaywere
were wereElden wereElden
Elden Peterson S years old 46 E Estreet Estreet
street streetPeter streetPeter
Peter BoUoned Bolton aged S 380 North Ninth NinthVest NinthWest
Vest street streetCalvJn streetCalvin
Calvin Morgan aged n 961 North NorthSecond NorthSecond
Second West street streetMyrtle streetMyrtle
Myrtle Roberg aged ed II lie Navajo Navajostreet Navajostreet
street streetins streetWinston
Winston ins ton Belt aged 10 UI Canyon Canyonroad Canyonroad
road roadHenry
Henry Chri Christensen ten en aged 20 227 21 West VleetFirst WestFirst
First South street streetZelma treetZelma
Zelma Stewart aged 3 031 West WeatSouth WestSouth
South Temple TempleJohn i
John Skonby aged 5 61 South SouthEighth I
Eighth Vest street streetIazie StreetMazie
Iazie Keener aged 5 2iS West Sec Second Seeond
ond South street streetBargain StreetBargain
Bargain Saturday Saturdayat SaturdaySCHRAMMS
at I ISCHRAMMS
SCHRAMMS SCHRAMMSPozzonis
Pozzonis Face Powder Powderregular Powderregular
regular 50c 33c 33cPinauds 33cPinaud
Pinauds s Quinine Tonic Tonicregular Tonicregular
regular 1 75c 75cStillmans 75cStilimans
Stillmans Freckle Lotion Lotionregular Lotionregular
regular 50c 34c 34cSaturday 34cSaturday
Saturday only at atSCHRAMMS atSCHRAMP4S
SCHRAMMS SCHRAMMSWHERE
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPBARGAIN STOPBARGAIN
BARGAIN SHOPP
HISTORIAN DIES DIESAFHR DIESAFTER
AFTER OPERATION OPfRATIONA
A Milton Musser Pioneer PioneerChurch PioneerChurch
Church Man Passes Away Awayat
at Hospital HospitalA
A Milton lIus Musser er a assistant sl tant historian historianof
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Latterday Latterday
terday Saints and whose name was wasconnected wasconnected
connected In an important way with withthe wlththe
the building up of many enterprises o othe of ofthe
the state died Friday afternoon at the theL theL
L D S hospital Mr Musser under underwent underwent
went an operation at the hospital Fri Friday Frday
day morning the operation being of a asuccessful aSuccessful
successful character but he suffered sufferedfrom sufferedfrom
from hemorrhages and did not rally rallyElder rallyElder
Elder Mu8iSer who was in his eight eightIeth eightleth
Ieth year wJUS born in Donegal town township township
ship Lancaster count county Pa May 20 0
1830 He was the son of Samuel Musser Mus Musser
ser and Ann Barr He was about 2 2years 2years
years old when his father died leaving leavinga
a widow with four children He went wentto
to work when hen old enough helping to tosupport tosupport
support the family and was prevented preentedfrom preventedfront
from attending school as much as hE hEilemrWl hees
ilemrWl es re s t zozzg OllgO z oe z8 nail 11 nK 7 m 7DDf 7DDfand > > D Dand
and picked up much knowledge About
183 his mother having married Abra Abraham Abraham
ham Bitner the family moved to lIlt 111Ioo lIltCt43g
oo Ct43g T Ch la e c tzct < < < < to tonia Pennsr2ti Pennsr2tinia
nia where Mr BUner died diedThe diedThe
The family moved to Nauvoo in 1846 1846Irs 1846Mrs
Mrs Irs Bitner having been converted to toMormonism toMormonism
Mormonism Mr Musser was one of the theouthtul theyouthful
youthful defenders or Nauvoo He went wentto
to Iowa and from there came to Utah Utahin
in 1851 becoming a member of the thechurch theehureh
church while on the w way wayComes f fComes
Comes to Salt Lake LakeUpon LakeUpon
Upon coming to Salt Lake he ac actepted accepted
tepted a position fromPNeklent from President Brig Brigham Brigham
ham Young u a clerk and scribe in the thegeneral thegeneral
general tithing office He subsequently 8ublequentlwas
was sent upon missions and circum circumscribed circumsuribeti
scribed the earth He was traveling travelingbl8hop travelingbishop
bishop in the church from 1858 to 1876 1876He 1376He
He was one of the Incorporators of ofZions ofZions
Zions Savings Bank Trust company companyand companyand
and of the State Bank of Utah a pro promoter proinoter
moter of the Great Western Iron com company corniany
pany the Utah Eastern Salt Lake LakeFort LakeFort
Fort Douglas and Juab Sanpete Se Sevler SoVier
vler Valley railroads an Incorporator Incorporatorof
of the De Deseret eret Telegraph company and andfot andfor
for nine years a director and general generalsuperintendent generalsuperintendent
superintendent of the company was wasprominently wasprominently
prominently connected with the Deseret DeseretAgricultural DeseretAgricultural
Agricultural Manufacturing society societyand soeietyand
and with the Utah Silk association and andpresident nd ndpresident
president of the Deseret Bee lUIIJOCia lUIIJOCiatfon association
tfon For nearly two decades prior to toUtah toUtah
Utah becoming a state he was fish and andgame andgame
game commissioner He was the author authorof
of several literary work workThe worksThe
The arrangements for the funeral funeralhave funeralhave
have not ret been made madeCOURT madeCOURT
COURT ASKED TO TOSfT TOSET
SET THEM FREE fRHFour
Four Women Who Have Found FoundMarriage FoundMarriage
Marriage a Failure Seek SeekDivorce SeekDivorce
Divorce Divorcehlle
While hlle Judge C W Monte was hear hearIng hearIng
Ing divorce matters yesterday four new newcaes neweases
eases were filed In the district court courtEmma courtEmma
Emma Hartman charges Frederick FrederickD
D Hartman with beating her severely severelysix erely erelysix
six months ago She also claims that thatbe thathe
be has furnished her with no clothing clothingtor
for the last four yea years and that he re refused refused
fused to furnish medical attention or a anurse anurse
nurse when their last baby was born bornShe bornShe
She says be even threatened to kidnap kidnaphis
his to children one 5 and the other 4 4yea18 4years
years old and take them out of the thestate thestate
state She asks that he be restrained restrainedfrom restrainedfrom
from drawing out any portion of a de deposit deposit
posit of about 400 In the National Bank Bankof
of the Republic She wants a divorce divorceustody divorcecustody
custody of the children 100 for her at attorney attorney
torney and an any other relief the court courtares courtcares
ares to give her They were married marriedin
in Salt Lake Aug 21 lto ltoJohn 1902John
John Gundry is charged with non nonsupport nonsupport
support in a divorce complaint filed by byhis byhis
his wife yesterday They were married marriedat
at Tooele on April 13 1894 and have one onechi1d onechild
child Harvey D Gundry The mother motheris
is willing to have the boy choose in open opencourt opencourt
court to which parent he will cling clingFJorpnce clingFlorence
Florence R Stewart charges her bus husband busband
band Henry Stewart with extreme extremecruelty extremecruelty
cruelty and nonsupport in an action actionfiled actfonfiled
filed yesterday They were married marriedhere
here on May 6 1899 and ha have I three threechildren threechildren
children all boys She says her hue husband hueband
band has earned 225 a day for two twoyears twoyears
years but that he spends nearly all of ofIt ofIt
It for strong drink She eays ys that with within
in the last ten days her husband has hasthreatened
threatened to kill her and has also alsothreatened
threatened to burn their house down downShe downShe
She asks for the custody of their ellll cliiidren
I
dren and other relief reliefMrs
I
Mrs Elisabeth C Stocking flied suit suitfor I Ifar
far divorce from Frank H Stocking Stockingwhom I Iwhom
whom she married at Neodetho Ran Ranon
on Jan 20 1819 The wife charges de desertion desertion
sertion on the part of her husband on onJune onJune
June 18 1106 They have no children childrenMiss childrenMiss
Miss Nora Gleason GleasonwJU
will arrange her classes for the fan and andwinter andwinter
winter term Monday Hours 9 gto a m mto
to 1 p m 2 p m to 8 p DL Constitu Constitution Constitution
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TALK TO YOUNG I II 1BUSINESS
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John Hays Hammond to Speak SpeakatCommercial Speakat
Commercial at Club This ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon
Afternoon AfternoonRECEPTION AfternoonRECEPTION
RECEPTION AT KNUTSFORD KNUTSFORDPRESIDENTS KNUTSFORDPRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS RIGHT HAND MAN MANOBJECT I IOBJECT
OBJECT OF MUCH ATTENTION ATTENTIONJohn
John Hay Hammond President
Tafts friend who Is often referred to toas toas
as the Presidents rightband man will willea willspeat
speat ea t at an Informal re reception eptlon at the
l I omm ommereiaj reiaJ club at 1 oclock this after afternoon afternoon
noon to wlllcb the young business men menof menof
of aU Lake are especially invited
1 Haumond is one of the most mostJHIj1UDl mostLusines
JHIj1UDl Lusint Lusines men In the west westWIn westwl
WIn wl ie 11 has h as spint the greater part parto
o Ids lift and his friends and ad admilI adran
milI ran ill ialt aIt Lake are almost with wlthUI withOUI
OUI UI tllmier He arrived from Los An Angt Antorday
gt llrda torday at noon and from Salt
Lal Lale ht will accompany President Taft
to tile llOIlhwtst and through a large largepart largepart
part of the rtemainder of his journey
Mr Ir llanuH1Uds subject today will 111
be on the young business man in poll politic polltics
tic ail be will treat the subject from fromit
it nonpartisan an Point of view his 011 011je ohjeet
je jeet < > t l lelng lng to discuss general condi condition condilJon
tion for or t the e advancement of the west westlOlUmlttee westA
A committee of prominent citizens citizensmet citizensmet
met Mr Hammond at the rnlon station stationye stationyesterday
ye yesterday terday noon and escorted him about aboutSalt aboutSalt
Salt Lake In an automobile Later Laterthere Laterthere
there was an Informal reception at the theKnutsfod theKnuteford
Knutsfod hotel at which Mr Ham Hammond HamIflOfli
mond talked Interestingly of Indus Industrial industrial
trial and political work in the west westHe westHe
He dwelt on the Importance of the thebusiness thebusiness
business young man getting into poll politics polltics
tics The lawyer Mr Hammond classed classedas
as being often a theorist and the busi business business
ness ulan as the practical Individual Individualwho
who was most needed In the govern goernmen government
men mentCute t tOne
One of the statements made by Mr MrHammond MrHammond
Hammond was that he favored a course courseof
of offering special Inducements to men menwho menwho
who wculd take up and develop the theland theland
land of the west Ie t saying the govern government government
ment could well eU afford to pa pay a pre premtum
mlum to men who would do this work workand workand I
and the remuneration would come from fromtaxes
taxes after the land had been made madeproductive madeproductive I
productive productiveAfter productiveAfter
After the meeting yesterday It was wasthe I Ithe
the opinion of Mr Ir Hammonds friends friendsthat friendsthat
that an opportunity for the young men menof menof
of the clt city should be given to meet meetllr meetMr
llr Hammond and he was prevailed prevailedupon
upon to give hi his con consent ent to speaking speakingIf
If arran arrangemns m ntl could beUlade be made Jesse JesseF
F Turner urnej bJought up the sUbject wi with withFisher th thFt
Ft Fisher her Harris secretary of the Com Commercial Cornmerclal
mercial club and all arrangements arrangementswere
were made last night nightMr nightMr
Mr Hammond was expeted to be bepresenl bepresent
present for a mass meeting and gen general general
eral reception tonight but this was wascaHed wascalied
caHed off because of the fact that an animportant animportant
important telegram regarding the ar arrangemnts arrangeinents
rangemnts was misdirected and It Itwall Itwas
wall not received by Mr Turner until untillate untillate
late Thursday night nightMr
Mr Hammond attended the dinner dinnerjlven dinnergiven
given for the President at Fort Douglas Douglasabt
last night nightUPP nightuPPMAf1
uPPMAf1 UPP AN STILL
HAS HIGH HOPES HOPESSays I I
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Says Hes in the Fight to Stay Stayand Stayand
and Believes He Will Be BeNominated BeNominated
Nominated Nominatedi
i a aJoe
Joe IIppman according to the state statemfnts statenients
mfnts cf his supporters last night Is IsaIIout isaiout
aIIout the IIvellt PJoposltion p for a aIetid aiiead
Ietid one In the race for the nomina nomination nominaUon
tion for mYtir on the American ticket ticketas
as could be found in a long search searchLippman searchLlppman
Lippman himself says he is In the tight fightto I Ito
to stay until the last vote Is counted countedat
at the city convention and he adds addstltat addsthat
that hen that happens the name of ofJoseph ofJoseph
Joseph JIIpman will head the Amen American Amencan
can tIcket In Salt Lake LakeIts LakeIts
Its ell easy to make claims such as ashave ashave
have been made by others In this race racebut racebut
but it is the votes that count said saidJllr saidMr
Jllr IIpprnan last night My sup supporter supporters
porter are presenting an unbroken unbrokenfront unbrokenfront
front and we are In this tight to stay stayand stayand
and to Will too Thats putting It ItItron itstrong
Itron strong enough and results will show showthat showthat
that It fs not too strong strongThe strongThe
The Lippman workers met yesterday yesterdayand Esterdayand
and counted noses and incidentally incidentallyIIh1
laid a ftw plans which they believe believewill believewilt
will turn the tide on what they caB callthe i ithe
the llrdnlf6rdlcMllIan combination combinationThey I IThty
They dhcul discussed < ed some of the measures measuresadopt measuresadopted
adopt b by the Bransford crowd which whichhav whichhavs
hav been used In a fight which looks looksto
to them like anything to beat Lipp Lippman Lippman
man The Lippman workers declare declarethat declarethat
that the HransfordMcliJlan supporter supporterhave supportershave
have a m movement vEment well under way for forhoth forboth
both to withdraw under certain condi conditions conditions
tions and attemt to rush the conven convention convention
tion for Ezra Thomson who threw up upthe upthe
the job three years or so ago agoBANKRUPTCY agoBANKRUPTCY
BANKRUPTCY CASE CASEA
A petition In involuntary bankruptcy bankruptcwas bankruptcywas
was flied ye yesterday terday against Julia C Blair
22 Washington avenue Ogden and she Is Iscited Iscited
cited to appear in the United States court courtat
at Salt Lake Oct 4 I to show cause why she sheshould sheshould
should not be declared an Involuntary Involuntarybankrupt involuntarybankrupt
bankrupt C R Hollingsworth attornEY attornEYfor
for Bradshaw Brothers Minneapolis MinneapolisGage flnnEapollsGage
Gage Brothers Chicago and Frankel FrankelFrank FrankelFrank
Frank Co of Kansas City filed the thepetition thepetition
petition It recites that Julia C Blair Blairengaged Blairengaged
engaged In thE milliner business allowed allowedthe allowedthe
the L A Simon company to obtain a ajudgment ajudgment
judgment by default for 33115 i5 and that a asheriffs asheriffs
sheriffs sale has been advertised tfl sat satl5Jfy satisfy
l5Jfy the Simon judgment Plaintiffs aver averthat averthat
that was an act of bankruptcy Their Thplral1n Theirclaims
claims al1n are Bradshaw Bros 81825 Gage GageBros GageBros
Bros 3336 S Franke Frank 0
4330 The sheriffs sale was to have haYetaken havetaken
taken place today but bas been SlIS SlISpended suspended
pended pending the hearing Petitioners PftitlonErsestimate Petitionersestimate
estimate defendants assets at 6000 and andliabilities andliabilities
liabilities at 9 9TribuneReporter 000 000TribuneReporter
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TribuneReporter Printing Co
66 West Second South Phones ilS 718Highest ilSHighest
Highest price paId for strictly fresh tre3fJ freshfws
fJ fws THE R RGVAT tv AT CAFE CAFEIt CAFEIt
It Is of 11tterest hiterestto I Ito
to Ladies Ladiesto I Ito
to know that bracelets are arein arein
in vogue this year yearVie yearWe
Vie are proud of our se selection selection
lection which includes the thelatest thelatest
latest Parisian effects as aswell aswell
well as the plainer styles stylesReliable stylesReliable
Reliable and Reasonable ReasonableSALT
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The New York Style Show ShowbEoglns
begins at our store today Whether Whf > thf > r you expect to buy or not you are arecordially arecordially
cordially bidden to inspect the 1WW styl styls Every cuit we show Is made In Inauthoritative inauthoritative
authoritative style Store open late tonight tlJTlightf tlJTlightN tonightNew
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j I 1 1INCORPORATIONS
I INCORPORATIONS INCORPORATIONSThe J JThe
The California Oil A Asphalt phalt company companyI
of Ogden flied articles of incorporation incorporationwith
with the secretary of state yesterday yesterdayplacing erda erdaplacing
placing the capital stock at 250000 OOO In Inshares inshares
shares of 1 each The company takes takesover takesovet
over property of the Asphalt Develop Developlnent Developlent
lent company known all amended driver driverplacer driverplacer
placer claim Officers are Lyman R RPalmer BPalmer
Palmer president F S Miller vice viceplelJldent vicepresident
president Priestly Hall treasurer These Thesewith Thesewith
with Valentine Gideon and A O Hall Hallcomprise Hallcomprise
comprise the board or directors Each of ofthE ofthe
thE directors holds one share of stock stockand stockand
and Priestly Hall holds 24199j shares as astru astrusteo
tru trusteo trusteoArticles < tf tfArtldes
Articles of incorporation of the Amer 11Ipr
scan ForK Cnwnt Pipe Stone compar comparof
of American Fork were filed with ti t tsecretary T Tsecretar
secretary of state yesterday The eaplt capltlta 1 1W
W 1 teitsi < l < m < f wMdl 4lm chaNe an belt heltn
n ne rea3nTy T The n mftn axa E EStout 5 58tout < <
Stout president sldent A R Stout vice ee pre predent pretdent
dent W 0 Sperry lfta treasurer urer and aa4D iv ivD
D Edwards secretary these also toni forJIng toniIng
Ing the board of dlrectOlll Real estate in inUtah inUtah
Utah county valued at is tak takover tkL tkLover
over by the company companyTbe companyThe
The merit of the ooWuatcbOO Brands BrandsDid BraidsDid
Did bring them Into fame fameThe fameThe
The good housewife this brand de demands demands
mands mandsThere E EThere
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I Opposite the Kenyon KenyonI
I Will Open OpenSaturday
I 1 Saturday SaturdaySepL
Sept 25 25With 25With
With Our Regular RegularLine RegularU9auca
U9auca L tms Line of ofMens tai wes wesMens
Mens WALKOVER Shoes Shoesi
i and also with a full stock of ofi ofLadies
i Ladies Fine Shoes ShoesI
I of the following makes makesI
I I Ladies WalkOvers in every way the equal of the theIens theMens
Iens J r T Cousins ladies shoes as formerly fonnerlycarried formerlycarried
carried by the ROlnney Store GrovelS soft shoes shoesand shoesand
and other makes ranging from from3OO
300 to 500 500i
Also childrens shoes including PIamates PIamatesWe
We wish to tbankthose thank those who have favored us with withtheir withtheir
their patronage at our three stores Hardings Boot BootShOl BootShop
Shop the ROJnney store and at olulnen our mens WalkOver WalkOverI
I store and now that we have concentrated our busi business business
ness in one location we hope ope for a co continuance of f that thatpatronage thatpatronage
patronage and shall be ill in better posItIOn to give the thebest thebest
best of service and the best of quality for the money InoneyWALK moneyWALKOVER
WALK WALKOVER WALKOVERSIIOE a OVER OVERSHOE
SHOE STORE
214 MAIN STREET STREETFonner STREETFormer
Former Location of Romney Dependable Shoes ShoesHarding hoe hoeHarding
Harding Shoe Co Proprietors
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