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PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 8MEMBERS 8MEMBERS
MEMBERS OF PRESIDENT WILLIAM H TANS PERSONAL TRAVELING STAFF I
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l L W Wheeler of the United States service who visited Salt Lake in advance of President Taft and made ar arrangements arrangements
rangements for his protection protectionI protectionPRAYER protectionPRAYER
I
PRAYER FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe
The presence of President William H Tatt In Salt Lake was alluded to last evening at the Jewish services for forYm forTom
Ym Kippur the Hebraic Day ot AtoneJUAllt Atoneaa pt at the Temple Bnai Israel by Rabbi Charles J Freund who In an elo eloquent eloquent
quent prayer besought the welfare of th the Pre President idelt
The Yom Kippur servl servloe e began I last lastnight t tllight
night at 8 oclock The great auditorium audltorluQIf
f the temple was filled t9 the doors dooNith doorswith
with ith worshippers The aen1ce opened openeditl openedwith
with itl a beautiful JRH8Io lprogram ptogram In Inltis Ini
i ltis is dl8cour e Rabbi Freund referred to to1if totre
1if Presidents visit and later prayed for for1j for1is
1j 1is welfare He said In part In his di dijurse dhl
course jurse jurseWe
l We have specific duties to our fellow fellowlllta fellownett
9
lllta and especially to tho those of our faith faithAs faith1s
As generally taken for granted It is as assllnwd assumed
sllnwd that this duty Is performed when woonWI
WI extend sympathy and support to the thelprpS thec
c lprpS pressed ed among our coreligionists This Thisis
is commendable but It comprises what whats1ould whatshould
should be exceptional especially as we welcp wede
lcp de for a time when this and all op oprssion opprrssion
rssion stall cease as men deal righteous rlghteousI
I with all ot Gods G < ds creatures Ve owe owean
an in especial duty to OUr religion by beingstaunch being beingstaulloh
staunch supporters ot Its grand teach
PRESIDENT WILL WILLnUN INLLLATTENDCHURCH
nUN ATTENDCHURCH ATTENDCHURCHChief CHURCH CHURCHChief
Chief Executive to Worship WorshipWith WorshipWith
With the Unitarian Con Congregation Congregation
gregation gregationSERVICE gregationSERVICE
SERVICE TO BE SIMPLE SIMPLEARTH SIMPLEARTHUR
ARTH ARTHUR R HSARGEN HARVARD HARVARDSTUDENT HARVARDSTUDENT
STUDENT WILL PREACH PREACHPresident PREACHPresident
President William H Taft will worship worshipt
t morrow morning at 11 oclock at the theIi theliitl
Ii liitl Itl < Unitarian church In Second East Eaststrfft Eaatstreet
street According to the Presidents wish wiahtItHe wishthere
tItHe will be no special service and 1111 1111Ill beIll
Ill Ill attend quietly merely as a member memberd
t d i the th Unitarian con congregation retratlon He will willl willhe
he l an accomparded mpanJed by his personal aides aidesTIlt aides11w
TIlt Rev William Thuraton Brown pasto pas past
t to of If the Unitarian church wired the thePrsllent theIrrstrient
Prsllent some time ago and Invited him himt
t attend the services at the Unitarian Unitariant Unitariancrch
t nh if his time permitted After meet meeting meetin
ing in the Utah people at Helper yesterday yesterdaynrning esterctay1Imin
nrning 1Imin and I ithig from them the pro progl protnt
gl m that was to be followed the Pros PresIdnt Prosid
id Idnt nt found that he would have time timeugh timeugh
ugh to attend divine services and com comated
coinnicated < ated his wishes to Senator Reed Reedmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot moot who sent this tel telegram gram to John Johnh
1 h Hardy secretary to G Governor < ernor Spry 8prySee SprySee
See minister of Unitarian church and andarrange andarrange
arrange aervlee senl at church Sunday at 11 11wk Uo
o e1x wk k P PrebIdq 4 Taft will attend auld auldwjlw sadwishes
wishes nothlD8but nothing bet regular service No Nofinhc Nofurther
further > r change In original pro program program
gram Notify committee committeeAftEr committeeAfter
AftEr sending his invitation to Presl Presld
d Tit Taft 1m Brown who 115 secretary llecretaryI
U I thE Unitarian golet society was as called out
18gB which more than excel And one of oftbo ofthose
tbo those e teachings Is that In every manner mannerwemrit mannerwe
wemrit we merit our comtrys our nations air airproval approval
proval as its affairs are ours along with withthose withthose
those not belonging to OUr faith faithEach faithEach
Each one of us In tile retrospective retr08pecUvglance retrospectiveglance
glance over his life must consider whetta whettat
er t > r In all things he has been a party partyIn
In the life and the work of the nation nationthat nationthat
that when weighed In the scale as to todut toduty
dut duty of exemplary citizenship It be not notsaid notsaid
said Weighed weighed and found want wantIng wanting
Ing IngIn ingIn
In concluding his discourse Rabbi RabbiFreund RabbiFreund
Freund made this prayer About to mingle min mingle
gle in the life of the world outside we wepray wepray
pray T Thee Oh God of our fathers to be bewith bewith
with us in our re rest t Strengthen each eachone eachone
one of us In good and worth efforts effortsake effortsMake
Make ake us finn In our devotion to our re religion religion
ligion that better we e may s > ne our ourcountr ourcountry
country Fervently we Invoke Thy bless blessIng blessing
Ing for this our country and our na
I Iabsen
of the city on official business In his hisabsence
absence Arthur H Stugent It student studentat I Iat
at the Harvard Divinity school II occu occupylng occupying
pylng the pulpit Acting on the request requlStof
of the President IIr Sargent said last laRtevening lastevening
evening that there would be no chang changin
in the regular service as contemplated contemplatedbfore
before it was known that President Taft Taftwould Taftwould
would att attanl nl the service Mr Ir Sarjent Sarjentis
is filling one of his flrstasslgnments first assignments a8 a8a asa
a Unitarian pastor and is undoubtedly undoubtedlythe
the youn youngest st preacher who has ever everpreacllPd everpreached
preached to a congregation of which whichPresident whichPresident
President Taft was It member and prob probably probably
ably the youngest c clergyman rgyman that ever everI
I spoke to an any congregation In which the thePresident thePresident
President of the United States was an analdltor anauditor
auditor aldltorMr
Mr Sargent joins In the request of the thePresldEnt thePresident
President that the service be as quiet as aspossible I Ipossible
possible and says that there wlll be no nospecial 0 0special
special effort on the part of his eongre congregatlon I Igatlon
gatlon to make the service other than thanas
as originally planned plannedAN
0 0AN
AN ELEVATOR L LNOT BALKED BALKEDAND
AND P ASSENfiERS inD inDNOT
NOT SEE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTTwo
+ Two men and a woman were kept ktptfrom keptfrom +
+ from seeing < the President yesterdayafternoon yesterday yesterdayfternoon +
+ afternoon by an elevator accident at atthe atthe +
+ the Wilson lIson hotel The elevator sud suddenly +
+ dnly stopped between the parlor parlorfloor parlorfloor
+ floor and the main floor floorThe floorThe t
+ The peoplebad gotten in the car to toride totride
tride + ride down to the main floor in or order order +
+ der to witn8S the Taft proces procession processionHalf ion ionHalf +
+ Half way between the two floors the thecar thecar +
+ car stopped and refused to move moveeither moveeither +
+ either way For several minutes the thengers thepassengers
+ passengers ngers were held prisoners Fin Ftnally Finally +
+ ally the caging wu removed and by bymeans bymeans +
+ means of ladder the pa8lMngers were wererelealed werereleased +
+ released too late however to see seethe seetthe +
+ tthe the President PresidentGirls +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +
pt ptGirls a
Girls Wanted WanteoTwenty WantedTwenty
Twenty girls wanted at Sweet Candy
13 Ea East t First South
ARTHUR BROOKS BROOKSPresident BROOKSPresident
f
President Tafts confidential manager who is with him in In Salt Lake i i
tion Guard them oh God from calam calamity calamity
ity and injury 1la May their adversaries adversariesneer
neer triumph over them But may the theglories theglories
glories of a just righteous and Godfear GodfearIng
Ing people In increase rtase from a age to age ageEnllgllten ageEnlighten
Enlighten and sU sustain taln with Tit Thy power powerthose powerthose
those whom the people have set in au authorlt authority
thorlt the President Ills counselors and andadvitera andadvisers
advisers the judges the lawgivers and andall andall
all those who are entrusted with the theguardlaHshlp theguardiaashlp
guardlaHshlp of OUr rights and liberties UbertiesAnd libertiesAnd
And especially do we ask Th Thy blessing bless blessIng
Ing upon the President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States who honors our community with withhis withhis
his presence this da day Guard his steps stepsIn
In safety and may we all be better for forthe forthe
the noble example of his unselfish life 1Ifeand lifeand
and ma may It leave benediction In its wake wakeMay wakeMay
May peace > and good will obtaIn among amongall
all the citizens of our land landIay landMay
May Iay religion spread Its blessings blessingsamong blessingsamong
among us and exalt Thou our nation In Inrighteousness inrighteousness
righteousness Amen men
fLAGS flYING IN INHONOR INHONOROF
HONOR HONOROF Of TAFT TAFTBusiness
Business Houses and Resi Residences Residences
dences Decorated in Ar Artistic Artistic
tistic Manner MannerEverybody MannerEverybody
Everybody who had a flag hung It out outIn outin
In honor of the President ye8 yesterday erday From Fromthe Fromthe
the Rio Grande depot to Main street Ute Utenational thenational
national emblem and a plcturt of the thePretoldent thePresident
President have been placed In windows windowsof
of OO8in business houses and residences relldenceslain residencesMain
lain street is resplendent In red white whiteand whiteand
and blue and big steel engravings of the thePrelrident thePresident
President are disp dlaplaYed yed everywhere Fromthe From Fromthe
the flagstaffs of tall buildings Old Glory
flutters to the breeze br J e and mlnlat1 minlatdre re Stars StarsGnd Starend
Gnd Stripes have been n woven Into many
very clever designs designsFor designsFor
For the past week nearly ever every store storewindow storewindow
window has shown either the Presidents Presidentspltture Presidentspicture
picture or the flagusually both The Thechief Thechief
chief executive during his sta stay In Salt
Lake will be confronted everywhere by bycounterfeit bycounterfeit
counterfeit presentments of hlm himself elf Pat Patriotic
riotic business men and citizens generally
are vlelng with each other to win the
honor of having displayed the most pho
tographs or the most flags and even the thevisitors thevisitors
visitors who are pouring Into the city
from every direction carr carry flags or wear wearIIOme wearsome
some emblem of their patriotism Hot Hotel 1
lobbies are draped with huge banners and
the m menus nus at most hostelries bear the therational therational
rational emblem From the Deseret News
building at the head of the street to the
Newhouse skyscrapers flags flutter in
many varied designs Some are strung all
If from the masthead of a battleship and andothera andothers
others with the picture of the Pre President ident
attached han hang fAr out over the street
Salt Lake presents a most martial npp appear ar
anee with Old Glory waving everywhere everywhereCOWARDLY
0 0COWARDLY
COWARDLY CRE CREW V LEFT LEFTCAPTAIN LEFTCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN TO HIS FATE FATEPortsmouth FATEPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Sent 2JThe 2JThecrew
crew ofihe of the naval tug Nezln Nezinscot ot which whichsank whichsank
sank in a gale off Cape Ann IIi last t month
launched the tugs only boat and pulled pulledaway pulledaway
away In her as the tug was going
down leaving Captain Thomas E
Evans of the tug Surgeon Trotter and andothert andothers
others to their fate according to evi
dence before a courtmartial at the thenavy thenavy
navy yard here today by Captain
Evans EvansAIJ
AIJ the tug rolled < l over and sank Can Iln
tain Evans said he and Surgeon Trot
ter clung to pieces of wreckage but
Trotter was drowned
ROM the standpoint of the President Presidenthimself Presidenthimself
FROM himself much of the success of ofPresident
President Tafts great transconti transcontintntal transcontinental
ntntal tour Is depending upon what whatlght whatnight
night be denominated his personal tray travimg trayhng
img staffthat is the small group of ofm ofm
m n who are his companions throughout throughoutlIf
i lIf c l 1mtle Mmlle journey and in Salt Lake LakeIt
It is not meant of course that these thesePJ theseparticipants
PJ participants In the greatest of presidential presidential1S
tor 1S s are able to influence the state of ofthp ofthe
the weather the she and enthuSiasm of ofhI ofdhe
dhe hI crowds that gre > > l th chief executive xecutiveany
or any of thE other considerations that thatI
in popular estimation make or mar the tbelrolongfd theprolonged
prolonged swing around the circle
What the personal cott coterie > rlt > does have the thesay
say about is the comfort ot the dlstin distingtdshd dlstingulshd
gulshd traveler and to a considerable cOlUllderableo considerableextent
o extent his enjoyment of the month and a ai ahalf
i half of continuous railroading and steam lIteami steamFiting
i hlting hltingTn
Tn persons who have a high estimaterf estimate
rf the pErsonal omnipotence ot thE Prl Prest Prl1Innt
t 1Innt of the United State It may at first firstthougiit I II
I tlllg lt appear a trifle strange that the theDeuce I IlpJ
Deuce lpJ < t 01 mind of a chief ex executive < cuUve should shouldb
i hc b in any degree dependent upon a halfdz half half1Coz
1Coz il trltellllg companions most of ofjwm ofnhonl
nhonl jwm arE private dtzenlO That such Is IsUlf isthe
the ra case I I it du lllI primarily to the fact factthat factthat
that th I President > oil his wi western > sttrn trip is isJarv islara
lara Jarv iv among ompalatiI strangers and andHI
HI many Instant is the guest of perwin Ir Iry
y who have just met him for the first firsttim firsttwi
tim It goes without saying that local localstate
I ommittees state and municipal officialsi officials
i and reception nc > ptlon and fntertalnmmt bodies bodlsa11
all along the route will to the best ff fftlH ofttu
tlH it knowledge do everything possible posslbht
t make the President comfortable comfortableThe mtortablThf
The rucial point Is that many of these theslioal theseioral
ioal dignitaries do not know and have haven
TI means of finding out at short notice noticlth noticethe
the th Presidents tastes and habits Thus ThusIt
It comes about that If the routine of the thelTlgth thelengthy
lengthy tour Is to go smoothly and wll wlla wtua
a minimum of friction that Is always alwayshard alwayshard
hard un the weary traveler It will be due duet
t the efforts of the little circle of time timetrh timetrird
trird trh d associates who from lone Ion experience experi experience
ence have gained an Intimate acquaint acqualntancf
ancf with President Tafts preferences In Insmall insmall
small things thingsPresident thingsPresident
President Tafts Staff StaffTht StaffThe
The per personnel nnel of President Tafts staff staflIs
Is divided about equally br between > tween assist assistants assistants
ants and servitors who accompany him inwhat In Inwhat
what might b betermed termecl accomyany official capacities capacitiesand
and Intimate personal friends who go gouP9n goupon
upon the Presldents Presidnts Invitation and whose whOestatus whosestatus
status Is that ofgue of guests ts Each class haS haSIts hasits
Its responsibilities however The hired hiredhelpers hiredhelpers
helpers keep In order the Presidents port portable portable
able habitation and facilitate the trans transaction transaction
action of the pressing executive business businessthat businessthat
that always seeks ks the White hlt House on onwheels onwheels
wheels no matter where It may be side sidetracked sidetracked
tracked On the other hand the Presi Preaidents Presidents
dents Intimates and aids bear part of the thebrunt thebrunt
brunt of receiving and entertaining that thatconstant thatand at atconstant
constant stream of distinguish dlltlnguished and andneardistinguished andneardistinguished
neardistinguished callers for which the thepresidential thepresidential
presidential car is a mecca from one end endto endto
to the other of such a journey Indeed Indeedif
if the President gets any uninterrupted uninterruptedsleep
sleep or the opportunity to partake of ofmeals ofmeals
meals leisurely It Is due to the good of offices offices
fices of the proxies on board the special specialwho specialwho
who temporarily hold at bAy the enthusi enthusiutic enthusiastic
utic admirers clamoring for It word or a ahandshake ahandshake
handshake handshakeTht
The Taft tour Is to go down Into his history history
tory as the longest ever made by a President Pres PresIdent
Ident and by an odd coincidence the staff staffof
of the President is the smallest that has hastcr hasever
ever attended a chief magistrate under underlike underlike
like circumstances Not ot more than eight eightOr
Or nine chums and helpers of the nations nationsruler nationsruler
ruler are with him continuously through throughout
out his recordbreaking jaunt In ad addition addition
dition there are about halt a dozen news newspalCr newspaper
paper corre correspondents pondents and several rail railroad railroad
road officials but this contingent like likewise likewise
wise Is more limited In numbers than has hasbeen hasbeen
been the case In some preceding presi presidential presidential
dential excursions The explanation of ofthe ofthe
the limited number of participants In this thismost thismost
most notable of personally conducted conductPdtours conductedtours
tours is found partly In President Tafts Taftspolicy Taftspolicy
policy of reasonable economy and partly
In the laws which have been enacted cur curtailing curtailing
tailing free transportation on the rail railroads railroads
roads
I In n Good Old Days DaysIn
In the old days the transportation com companies companies
panies which derive many Indirect bene benefits benefits
fits from the journey of a President over overtheir overtheir
their I1ntsootably the opportunity to tohaul tohaul
haul excursionists to every point where wherehe
he speak8rai ed no objection no matter matterhow matterhow
how la large e a personal staff accompanied accompaniedthe
the President A Jllpeclal train was In Invariably invariably
variably provided And the number of pas pasngers passengers
ngers was a matter of little concern concernNowadays concernNowadays
Nowadays everybody must pay fare and andof andof
of course the President provides the thetickets thetickets
tickets for the men who accompany him himat himat
at his invitation To be sure President PresidentTatt PresidentTaft
Taft was In the closing days of the spe special special
cial session of congress voted sriOOO SU10 for fortraeling fortraveling
traveling expenses in addition to his In Increased Increased
creased salary of i5000 a year but a trip tripsuch tripsuch
such as this considering that two special specialcara
cars coat 100 a day makes a big hole in inthe inthe
the fund and the Pre President ident obviously can cannot cannot
not afford to give out passports Indiscrim IndiscrimInately indiacriminalely
Inately InatelyIt
It was the ori original nal Intention of the President Pres PresIdent
Ident to make use of a single special car carbut carbut
but when hen It was found that there must mustnecessarily mustnecessarily
necessarily be fifteen to eighteen persons personsaboard penOlUaboard
aboard all the time to say nothing of ofothers ofothers
others that will travel short distance dlstancwith distancewith
with the party It was decided to utilize utillsttwo utilizetwo
two special cars However the time tlmehonored timehonored
honored cu custom tom of having Uncle Sam Sambest Samsbest
best paid servant travel by special train trainw trainwas
w was abandoned Only for limited stretches stretcheIn
In the lengthy Itinerary do dothe the two can canrun carsrun
run all a special At other times the theare they theyare
are attached to regular trains This plan planresults planresults
results In a decrease < e In the number of ofrailroad ofrailroad
railroad offlcialll that must of necessity necessityhave necessityhave
have place in the lttlclal < party When hen a apresidential apresidential
presidential spec specI i Is to be piloted over overa
a crowded steeltraeked hllllhay It rp rpquires requires
quires the personal supervislon su rvl fon not onl onlof onltof
of the general railroad renresentatlve In Incbarge incharge
charge of the tour but also of the officials offi officials
cials of the road over which the train is ispassing ispassing
passing However with the presidential presidentialheadquarters presidentialheadquarters
headquarters on board It regular traina trainaknown trainaknown
known quantity all It erethe amount amountof
of train dispatching and other d detail tan is 1smaterially ismaterlalh
materially reduced reducedCaptain reducedCaptain
Captain Archibald Butt ButtThe ButtThe
The Presidents right hand man In this thislatest thiflatest
latest addition to hl his globetrotting Klobetrottlngachievements globetrottingachievements
achievements is his military aide Captain CaptainArchibald CaptainArchibald
Archibald W Butt President Taft hu hua
a faculty of getting very chummy with withthe withthe
the men with whom he is thrown in contact con contact
tact byofficial by officlal duties as witness his In Intimacy intimacy
timacy with General Bell and General GeneJIBIClarence GeneralClarence
Clarence Edwards but with none ol his hisassociates hisassociates
associates has he ever become more In Intfmatl intimate
tfmatl than with this handsome Georgian GeorgianTart
Tart has found Butt an agreeable companion com companion
panion in motoring and horseback riding ridingbut ridingbut
but especially does he delight to play playgolf playgolf
golf with the young army officer and andwherever andwherever
wherever Taft tarries during his strenu strenuous
ous tour for Ii ta taste te of his favorite pas prstime pastime
time It will be safe to look for or Butt In Inthp inthe
the role of partner or opponent oppontntIncidentally opponentIncidentally
Incidentally It may be noted not d that thIs thIsmilitary thismilitary
military man who has made n hit In the thtContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 2
<
it ta i ie Leif or rile IOtograph mounted is Captain Archibald Butts the Presidents aide who is with him in Salt
I Lake LakeUVlNG LakeIIVING
UVlNG FLAG WILL UVE
The living Flag will Jive This Thiswas Thiswas
was made certain yesterday and the thelittle thelittle
little ones who will make this a success successfor successfor
for the Sunday morning review of Pre PreIdent President
Ident Taft will assemble at Brigham Brighamand
and A streets this afternoon at 3 oclock oclockfor
for one final drill on the raised plat platform platform
form which 18 now being constructed constructedand
and will be finished early this after afternoon afternoon
noon noonOwing noonOwing
Owing to the fact that there wall no nomoney nomoney
money on hand to build the stand and andthat andthat
that there would have been keen die disappointment dieappointment
appointment on the part of the public publicIn
In losing this spectacle the three mem members members
bers of the Living Flag committee committeeand
and Superintendent D H Christen Christensenwent en enwent
went on 8 note fOr 700 OCl yesterday in insuring insuring
suring the erection of the stand but but18ing butlaying
laying themselves personally liable to tothis tothis
this amount in case money 18 not raised raisedto
to meet this debt The three members membersof
of the committee are Supervisors John JohnS
S Welch drh and William A Yetzell and andAlma andAlma
Alma Clayton probation officer offteerGovernor officerGovernor
Governor Willianti ilIial1 Spry was advised
PROMINENT PROMINENTSeats MEN MENON
ON GRAND STAND STANDReserved STANDPROMINENT
Reserved Seats for 100 Citi Citizens Citizens
zens at Liberty Park Pub Public Pubh
lic h o Reception ReceptionENTRANCE ReceptionENTRANCE
ENTRANCE AT NORTH GATE GATEPRESIDENTS GATEPRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS DRIVEWAY WILL WILLBE WILLBE
BE GUARDED BY SOLDIERS SOLDIERSThe
The complete list of prominent men menwho menwho
who will have seats upon the stage at atLlberly atLiberty
Liberty park this afternoon at President PresictntTaftl PresidentTaft4
Taftl public reception was made out yes yesterday yesterday
terday and Included exactly 100 names namestM namesbesides
tM besides > the fift fifteen en members ot th the Pres Presidents Presidents
idents party and Governor Wiliiam lIiam Spry Sprynd Spryand
and nd military staff of elev eleven n Tht list is ismadIJ ismade
made up almost entirely of the active activemembers activemembers
members of committees who have done donethe donethe
the work rn arranging for the entertain entertainment entertainment
ment of f the President the county commissioners com commls
mls missioners ionenl federal and state officials ed edItors editors
Itors of th the four papers and judges Jud es of the tbesupreme thesupreme
supreme and Third district courts courtsTickets courtsTickets
Tickets Necessary NecewaryIlckets NecessaryTIetets
Ilckets will be nec necessary ry Irl every Peryin case casein
in a addition dition to which each man will be beAdmitted beadmitted
Admitted only upon per personal onal lCentiflra lCentiflralion kientifieation
lion They will be admitted at the > north northgate northgate
gate to Liberty park parka continuation if ifSixth ofSixth
Sixth East street south of Ninth South SouthThere SouthThere
There will be absolute absolutely no a admission admissionthrough mlsslollI
through this gate to others than those thosewho thosewho
I who will sit upon the grand stand The Thepublic Thepublic
public must enter the park by one of the theman themany
man many other gates Several companies of ofsoldlera ofsoldiers
soldiers from the Fifteenth Infantry Infantrythree infantrythree
three national guard companies and the theignal thesignal
signal corps of the national guard will willJlne willline
line the driveway from the gate to the thegrand thegrand
grand stand and will keep all from the thedriveway thedriveway
driveway until after the President has hasr hasreached
r ached the grand stand standTho standThe
The exercises In Libert Liberty park will start startpromptly startpromptly
promptly at 330 ociock but the gates gateswIJI gateswill
will be closed at oclock sharp All Allholding Allholding
holding tickets for the grand stand must musthave musthave
have pa passed sed through the gates by byoclock 3 3oclock
oclock to give them time to have taken taken88ats takenseats
seats before the President arrive arriveList arrivesList
List of Those on Stand StandSeats StandSeats
Seats have been reserved for the followhag follow followbag
bag President a party Governor William WilliamSpry WilliamSpry
Spry and staff Senator Reed Smoot SmootSenator SmootSenator
Senator George Sutherland Congressman CongressmanJosepH CongressmanJosepit
JosepH Howell A 1 L Thomas Mayor Mayor1ohn MayorJohn
John S Bransford Colonel E F Homes HolmlIColonel HomesColonel
Colonel Walter aIter S Scott and staff staffV staffW
W V Armstrong James E Jennings JpnningDavid JenningsDavid
David E Burley 1 A B Benton < nton J E ELan ELangford
Lan Langford ford JO Josenli > tnh Nelson James H
GIFT Of UT UTAH AN C TIZENS TO T PRESIDENT PRESIDENTOne
One of the features of the public rcccption at Liberty park today will be the pre presentation presentation
sentation of Salt Lakes gift to President Taft The gift is the large painting by H L LA
1 A Culmer of the Augusta bridge in San Juan county The inscription for the paint painting painting
ing arrived yesterday and reads as follows followsThe followsThe
The Great Augusta Bridge San Juan County Utah UtahSpan UtahtSpan
Span 320 feet height 265 feet width of causeway 30 feet feetThe feetThe
The Largest Natural Bridge Known KnownThe KnownThe J
The Splendid Lines and Shapely Proportions Make It One hf tl the1Ol1del > of the theYodd the11orld
Yodd
Became National Monument by Proclamation roclaI 1ation of f PiesidentRo9 Piesldent Roag lJt lJtPresent 1 t tPresented
Present d to President William H Taft by Citizens of lJtal t t Kt t fiJwJ ke ke City
Sept 25 1909 1909Painted 1909t
t t Painted by 11 L A Culmer of Salt Lake City
of the situation by telegraph at Provo Provoresterday Provoyesterday
yesterday and wired back that under underno
no circumstance should the Living Flag Flagbe
be done away with The natural slope slopeof
of A street was not sufficient to make makea
a creditable exhibition of the flag and andthere andthere
there was no other alternative except to tobuild tobuild
build the stand They felt that owing owingto
to the success of the lag during the GA G GA
A R encampment and the talk since sincethen sincethen
then that the public and President Taft Taftwould Taftwould
would be keenly disappointed if this thli5were thiswere
were not shown So they ordered the thelumber thelumber
lumber and the work started yesterday yesterdayThe
The stand for the little people will be befinished befinished
finished by 3 oclock this afternoon and andthe andthe
the final drill will be held 011 the stand standat
at that time Twenty carpenters were wereput wereput
put to work on the stand yesterday and andthle andthis
this force will probably be Increased Increasedthis
this morning to insure its completion as assoon assoon
soon after noon as possible possibleIt
It was the original intention to have havethe havetime
the flag at B and South Temple street streetowing streetsowing
owing to the beautiful surroundings surroundingsthere
there but property owners objected
MoYle O J Salisbury WaIter J 1 Burton BurtonD
D H ChrltVenson J J McClellan An Anton Anton
ton Pedersen En Stephens Willard WillardWeihe Illanl Illanlcihe
Weihe cihe Fred C Graham A H Peabody PeabodD
D L Davis Benjamin Goddard G B BPfoat BPfoitz
Pfoat Major R W Young W J Hal Halloran Halloran
loran A J Davis W S HcComlck 1 1S L LS
S Hills M H Walker alker J E Co Coagriff CoagriffByron glitr glitrByron
Byron Groo C S Burton Frank Knox KnoxH
H M I Well H P Clark O C Beebe BeebeW
W W Rltlr F E XcGurrin John K KHard KHardy
Hardy Hard John C Cutler A L Brewer D DX DN
X Straup John Darn Captain T R RHarker RHarker
Harker George N Lawrence E H Cal CalIIsl Calhater
IIsl hater > r James H Anderson Dr J 1 J JSnider 1 1Snider
Snider T G Webber Henry WallaceGeorge Wallace WallaceGeorge
George T Odell Major MajoroW oW T May H HBullen IfBullen
Bullen jr Henry Gardner E W Rob Robinson Robinson
inson An Angus s T Wright Oscar Madsen Had en K Kc KKerr
c Kerr D S Spencer r C W Nlbley C CS CS
S TinRey F S Spaulding Bish Bishop I IScanlan L LScanlan
Scanlan William Glaamann H S Jo Joseph Joseph
seph FIsher Harris J E Clinton J C Cackay CMackay
ackay Thomas Hun E D R Thomlr Thompson
son Colonel M M Kalghn Judge John 1ohnA
A Marshall J J 1 Greenewald J 1 r EJd EJdredg Eldredge
redg Jr J R Letcher Fred A lay Maynard laynard
nard H A McMillin Senator C E Earks EMarks
Marks arks Senator S J Stookey Senator SenlltorBel SenatorBenner
Bel Benner fr X Smith Senator W No WiI WiIlIalOlI Willlams
lIalOlI Senator Carl A BaR Badger lifer LeRo LeRoAllIUItrong LeRoy LeRoyArmstrong
Armstrong William Nelson C C Good Goodwin Goodwin
win J M Sjodahl A R Barnes A C CNelson CNelson
Nelson David MattlIOft Justice J E Erlck EFrick
rlck Justice W M McCarty Frank FnlDkEmen FrankEmery
Emery Judge C W Morse onJe Judge I IRltchlt L LRitchie
Ritchie Judge George G Armstrong ArmstrOl18Judge ArmstrongJudge
Judge T D Lewis Fred C Lootbourow LootbourowJes LoofbourowJesse
Jes Jesse e D JewkesSALT Jewkes
co coSALT
SALT LAKE THEATREORCHESTRA THEATRE THEATREORCHESTRA
ORCHESTRA REORGANIZED REORGANIZEDThe
The Salt Lake theatre orchestra has hasbeen hasbeen
been reorganlzoo for the season Fred FredMidgley FredMidgey
Midgley has been reappointed directoz director directorwith
with the following able assistants Fa
Fitzpatrick violin A H Kirchner vi viola viola
ola age Jorgensen cello Will Rees Reesbass ees eesbass
bass Willard FJuh1an Flash nan Jute Walter WalterSirl WalterSims
Sirl Sims clarinet M 1 LSandell L Sandell comet H
A Montgomery trombone Cal Carring
ton piano C J W V CarillOn drums Mss
MorrlJOn harp
The harp playing by Miss Morrl8On was wasa
a decided novelty dUring the Billie Burke Burkeengagtment Burkeengagement
engagement
claiming that the children would hurt hurtthe hurtthe
the lawns and the committee moved movetldown moveddown
down t6 A street without arousing any anyIII anyIII
III feeling feeUqSupervisor feelingSupervisor
Supervisor Wetzell etzell who bad char charor charge chargeof
or the Living Flag during the G A R Rencampment Eencampment
encampment went over the ground grounlthoroughly groundthoroughly
thoroughly with Mr Welch and 1Ir 1IrClayton MrClayton
Clayton but were of the opinion that thatit t tIt
It would be impossible to properly pre prpsent present
sent the th flag on the natural slope They Theydid Thpdid
did not want to make a botch or the theaffair th thI
I affair and so liked that the stand b berected he heerected
erected Then Superintendent Cttri Cttritensen hri hritensen
tensen Joined with them and on thi it itown r rown
own volition ordered the lumber lumberr lumberrrangements 1 1rangements
rangements will be made however tl tlraJse toraise
raise this amount by small or targcontributions largo largocontributiolUl
contributions and take the debt front frOlthem frontthem
them themIt
It Is claimed that the Living Flag 1 wiil wiilbe i 11 11be
be far better than during the recent 11 ercampment 11campment
campment and all credit for its slims slimsing ill illing
ing will be due to the tireless work Ir IrSupervisors f fSupervisors
Supervisors Welch and Wetzell etzel an al11 al11Probation I IProbation
Probation Officer Clayton
CHILDREN Will WillSEf V1LLSEEPRESIDENT
SEf SEEPRESIDENT SEEPRESIDENTPupils PRESIDENT PRESIDENTPupils
Pupils of the Various Schools Schoolsto
to Be Massed Along Brig Brigham Brigham
ham Street Sunday SundayThe
The whole mobilization scheme fr th thChool the theschool
school children who will IC massed Tract frmllState TractState
State to Q streets along BrI Brigham bam street stnItSunday streetSunday
Sunday morning at 90 3 oclock for tI tIreview tlr tlrreview
review of President Taft at 10 Idok oclo k
has been carefully worked out SI step b hstep bstep
step by the committee on child children
Principals in each school have work d mt mttheir c ctbelr
their own scheme for brin bringing DIr the dll
dren together before they take up t t1i 11 r rpo rpositions
po positions itton along the line These arral1 arral1menta arrange arrangements
menta will be finished today and fin t
directions for each school will be giv givout IV IVout
out by Superintendent D 11 Christen ChrIHsen Christensen
sen senPlan Plan for the Wasatch school were fIn
ished last night The children will as assemble a aIItmble
IItmble In their respective rooms at thschool th thschool
school building comer of Brigham atoll
R streets not later than 85 oclO oclock < k Sw lrl
day morning The school hool gong will shunt shuntat oul11at
at S oclock promptly when
the ehildr ChiloJrll ChiloJrllwill r rwill
will form three abreast and march I to
the block between a and P streets streetswill Th Thwill
will halt on the sidewalk and march Eil Eilgle siu siugie
gle file to positions There wI will be 1 1pupils 1pupils
pupils In a line and six x fines between betwetrthe betweenthe
the curb and the fence
with the low I Igrades r rgrades
grades in front near the street 8tre t
Plans of all the
schools will be an announced a 11 11nounced
nounced tomorrow after complete report
have been received from each of the vrir principals
dpals
Race Track Specials SpecialsLeave SpecialsLeave
Leave Union station 116 100 1 In 1
230 and 300 p m Only way to raceGreat race raceGrfat
Great lJandilal day
flcy r
e eWENDELL
WENDELL W MISCHLER 3IISCELERAssistant MISCHLERAssis
Assis Assistant ant secretary t to the president business manager of the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House on wheels
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