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Mr Christensen Issues Direc Directions Directions
tions for Pupils Taking Part Partin
in Exercises ExercisesHOW ExercisesHOW
1 1Iany i
Many af the Sunday schools of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City and county will be closed closedthis closedthis
this morning to give the children the theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity of taking part in the c chil childrens II IIdIeS1I
dIeS1I eJtecciH along Brigham street at atto
10 oclock ChJId via 6 will form 1n I solid solidlines olidlines
lines from State street to Q ytcet t et along alongSouth alongSouth
South Temple for the review of Presl Preslent Presldint
dint ent William II Taft TaftThe TaftThe
The school boards of Salt lJ bike te county countywill countywill
will be Included In the revieWing party partythis partythis
this morning and the members will meet meetIn
In South Temple street nets Main at
945 so that their carriages mil follow followthe followthe
the presidents official party partyThe partyThe
The living flag will remain on A street streetfor streetfor
for a haUhour after the revieW revieWSuperintendent reviewSuperintendent
Superintendent D H ChrlstlJll en Yell Yellterday yesterday
terday completed the collection of reports reportsflOm reportsfrom
from the prlnclpalll of the different Iublic Iub IublIC
lIC schools regarding the B liEmbUug of ofthe ofthe
the pupils at the schools in the morning morningand
and other details of interest to the pu pupil pupils
pils pil and their parents These instructions IMtruetlOnswere
were given to the pupils Thursday and andJrldIlY andFriday
Friday by each teacher but pArents wilt wiltbe willbe
be Intere interested ted in the details dctalleThe detailsThe
The Completed ln Instructions trucllon followFinal follow followFinal
Final Instructions InstructionsBonneville InstructionsBonneville
Bonneville pupihl will transfer to East EastFirst EastFirst
First South car and xo to Fourth East Eastwhere Eastwhere
where they will b4 met byteaehers by teachers at
9 a m From that point theY wilt march marchDorth marchnorth
north on Fourth East to Drlgh Brigham < < m to po paninon poI
ltlon ninonBryant I > ltlonBryant
Bryant pupils will meet at the Bryant BryantEchool Bryantschool
school at 800 oclock and march from tromthere fromthere
there to position on Brigham street streetEmersonPart streetEmersoaPart
EmersonPart of the > ElJ1 Emerson rl n pupils JMlpllw1ll pupilswlll
w1ll go directly by special cars char chartered chartered
tered by the school to a point on First FirstSouth FtrstSouth
South which has been designated y th thprincipal the theprincipal
principal Other pupils from this district dHitnctWill districtwill
Will assemble at the city and county county1ilding countybuilding
building grounds w where ere they will i ie 8 met metby metby
by their teachers They wm march tram tramthis fromthis
this point to Brigham street streetFremont streetFremont
Fremont pupil win meet at the themont Fre Fremont
mont school lIt 330 oclock and m march marchfrom rch rchfrom
from there to p position ltion on South Tem Temple Temple
ple pleGrant Grant school pupils win amble at
15 1 a m on Second East just east ot otthe ofthe
the city and count county building From this thispoint thispoint
point they will march to Brigham street streetHamllten streetHamilton
Hamilton pupils wilt S6embl at school schooltUding schooltiilding
tUding lewing the building at 830 a am aIn
m They will be halted at Seventh East Eastand Eastand
and Brigham to have the lines readjusted readjustednd
and nd to admit any pupils who were not notat notat
at the school building buildingJaeksoRTbe buildingJacksonThe
JaeksoRTbe smaller children will meet meetat
at the school building at 8 a a UL the thelarger thelarger
larger children at the comer of Fifth FifthVest FifthVest
Vest and North Temple at 830 a m mCrllllnn mCbrf
Crllllnn Cbrf trcn who go on aai > il wilt 11I De met at
90 a m by the principal Fourth East Eaatand Eastand
and Brigham BrtghamLafayette BrighamLafayette
Lafayette pupils will meet at the school schoolbuilding seheolbuilding
building at 810 sharp They l hey will leave leavethe leavethe
the building at Sii S 5i sharp and march to toposition toposition
position on South Temple TempleLincoln TempleLincoln
Lincoln pupils will assemble on thecost the thest
cost st side ot the city and count building buildingat
at 815 a m and march from this pOint pOintto
to position Oft South Temple TempleThe TempleThe
The Franklin pupl pupils will meet at theFranklin the theFranklin
Franklin school at S a m and m march uch to topouUon toposition
position on South Temple TempleLmgfellow TempleLongfellow
Longfellow pupils will assemble at the theJJongfellow theLongfellow
Longfellow bonding at 93i oclock oclockTeachcnJ oclockTeachers
Teachers in ChargeLowell Charge ChargeLowell
Lowell pupils will meet at the Lowell Lowellbuilding Lowellbuilding
building at 838 a lB leave the build buildIng buildIng
Ing at + i a a m and march to position 011 011th onuth
uth th Temple TemplePupils TemplePupils
Pupils of the Onequll and Jordan schools schoolswill schoolswill
will assemble at the corn corner r of lollrlh lollrlhEst rcurthEast
Est and First South streets at 9 a m mAU mAll
AU pupils going on It can win meet l teach teachers ch chfS
ers fS at that point Pupils walking will willmeet willmeet
meet the principal at tM OneqU school scboolat
at 8 a m mOquirrh mOquirrh
Oquirrh pu pulls lls will assemble at the Dry Dryant Dryant
ant school 11 East First South at 839 839a
a m mPoplar mPoplar
Poplar Grove pupils will 111 meet t on the thenorthea1t thenortheast
northeast corner of Second South and andFourth andFourth
Fourth East and march to po position iUon on onSouth I ISouth
South Temple TempleRiverside TempleRiverside
Riverside school pupils will assemble aa emhle at atthe atthe
the corner of Third South and West WeetTemple WestTemple
Temple and march to position OB South SouthTfomplc SouthTYmplo
Tfomplc TfomplcSumner TYmploSumner
Sumner school pupils will meet at Sum Sumnr Sumner
nr school at 8 11 m and march to posi position peeition
tion on South Temple TempleUnion TempleUnion
Union school pupils will as assemble mbl at atthe atthe
the corner ot F street and First avenue avenueFrom avenueFrom
From this point they win march at 910 910to 30 30to
to the place re reserved erved for them between betweenF
F and G streets on Brigham After the thereview thereview
review the pupils will be marched to the tbeplace theplace
place of assemBly corner or 11 F street streetand I Iand
and First avenue where parents are ex expected expected
pected to receive their chUdm cbUdrnWasatch chUdmasateh
asateh pupils will as assemble emble at the theschool theschool
school buildings In their respective rooms roomsat roomsat
at 855 a m and march from rom the build buildIng bu11dtng
Ing at 9 a m mashlngton inWashington
Washington pupils will meet at the theschool theschool
school building at 815 leave the build buildIng building
Ing at 8311 a a m and march to position posIUonon
on South Temple After reI review w parents prentsmay parentsmay
may meet children at corner of F street atroetand streetand
and First avenue avenueVaterloo avenueWaterloo
Waterloo pupils wilt assemble at the thecUy thecity
city and county buildlg grounds at 815 815a
a m and march from there to position posltJonon
on Brigham streetWebster street streetVeb
Webster Veb ter school pupil will meet In 1M 1MWebster theWebster
Webster school In n their respeetiv re pectiVf IOO rooms roomsat HI HIat
at 9 a a m sharp and march from the thelool theQ
Q fool to the place assigned to them OR onBrigham I IDrlyham
Brigham street streetnJgh streetUgh
Ugh school pupils will assemble at atState i
State and A streets streetsPositions I
Positions Assigned AssignedPositions I IPositions
Positions were assigned to the vnrl wtrlonn wtrlonnschools I
school of the city ye yesterday terof3 as follows I IState
State to AUnlver AUniversity tty ot Utah and tb the
Salt Lake High school schoolA I
A streetLIVInt nag
A to B street8 streetsLatterday Latterday Saints unl university I
vfrstt versityB
13 to C s1reetsSt farys academy Aul All
R A CARTER CARTEREngineer I IEngineer
Engineer who ran the Presidents Presidentstrain Presidentstrain
train Into S Salt lt Lake LakeHallows LakeHallows
Hallows college Rowland hall and Gor Gordon Gordon
don academy academye
e to D streetsBonneville Onequa and andJack80n andJackson
Jackson school schoolD choolD
D to E streetsPoplar Grove RiversIde RiversIdeand
and Franklin schools schoolsD
D to F streetsGrant and Lincoln Lincolnschools Lincolnschools
schools schoolsF
F to G streetsWashington Fremont Fremontand
and Union schools schoolsG
G to H streetsWaterloo and Emerson Emersonschool I
school schoolH cboolsH
H to I streetsLafayette school schoolI
I to J streetsHamUton and Seward Seardchools Sewardschools
schools choolsJ
J to K atreetsBryant and Longfellow Longfellowschools Longfellowschools
schools schoolsK
K to L streetsLowell school sehoolL
L to N streetsGranlte district schools schoolsN
N to 0 atreetsTralnlng and Webster Websterchools Websterschools
schools choolso
o to P stnetslIurray and Wasatch Wasatchschools Wasatchschools
schools schoolsDr
Dr W V F Beer with n corps of as assistants assistants
sistants and nurses will be on hand as asdurtng asduring
during the Grand Army parade ready for forany forany
any emergency emergencyCaptain emergencyCaptain
Captain Joseph E Caine marshal will willt willmeet
meet t the chiefs of divisions excepting exceptingthose exceptingthose
those In charge of schools at the Eagle Eaglegate Eaglegate
gate at 8 oclock this morning morningTO morningTO
Two Hundred and Fifty Brans Bransford Bransford
ford Delegates Perfect PerfectOrganization PerfectOrganization
Organization OrganizationTwo
Two hundred and fifty Bransford Bransforddelegates Bransforddelegates
delegates met last evening at the theBransford theBransford
Bransford headquarters to arrange an anorganization anorganlsation
organization for the convention conventionThe
The purpose ot the meeting was to todefeat todefeat
defeat an any possible compromise on any anyother anyother
other American candidate for mayorand mayor mayoraJul
and the purpose wall probably accom accomplished accomplished
plished plishedJmong plishedAmong
Among those who spoke were D C CDunbar CDunbar
Dunbar the Bransford campaign man manager manager
ager Councilman W V Mont Ferry
Councilman T R Bl Black ck and A F FDoremus FDoremus
Doremus On motion of B S Rives Rivesthe Rivesthe
the Bransford candidate for recorder recordera
a roll call of the delegations was wastaken wastaken
taken In order that there might be no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt as to which delegations were for torBransford forBransford
Bransford BransfordOn
On the roll call forty out of the fifty
four delegations responded tOT Brans Bransford Bransford
ford fordFIRE fordFI
Blaze Originated in Furnace Room RoomUnder RoomUnder
Under Executive OfficesDam OfficesDamage
age Slight SlightWashington SlightWashington
Washington Sept iFire broke out outat outat
at the White House late this afternoon afternoonand
and for a short while It was threatening threateningIt
It was not In the White House proper properbut properbut
but In the executive offices which are arebeing arebeing
being reconstructed In the presidents presidentsabsence presidentsabsence
absence absenceThe absenceThe
The blaze originated In the furnace furnaceroom furnaceroom
room A hot fire had been made In the thefurnace thefurnace
furnace to dry the plaster freshly put puton puton
on the walls The furnace room was wasdamaged wasdamaged
damaged and the blaze was communi communicated communicated
cated to the walls l1s and roof Firemen FiremenquIckly Firemenquickly
quIckly had the blaze under control controlSo
So far as anyone here recalls this was wasthe wasthe
the first fire to occur at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House sInce the InvasIon of the national nationalcapital nationalcapital
capital by the British in 1814 when hen the thecapitol thecapitol
capitol White House and most of the thepubUo thepublic
public bUildings were burned burnEMA
0 0A
Continued from Page 1 1Bransford 1Bransford
Bransford for the welcome they had hadextonded hadextended
extended on his entrance to the state statea tt ttwelcome
a welcome which the President saId
had been continued by the people all allalong allalong
along the line as well as In Provo and
Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The rain began threatening rust as
the President finished his speech and andthen andthen
then instead of the public reception receptionIUI
IUI planned the party went to the hotel
Immediately It wu a disappointment
to many that they did not have the
WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY Probably showers and cooler coolerOnly coolerGARDNE
Only Two More Days Daysof Daysthe
of the Great Gardner GardnerRemoval GardnerRemoval
Removal Sale SaleThe
The greatest Clothing Sale ever held In Utah ends Tuesday Just two twod twodays
d days s remain In which to secure any of the hundreds or splendid values valuesmade valuesmade
made possible by the forced removal of the Gardner Store StoreWIthIn StoreWithin
WIthIn the next fe few days we will open In our new temporary quar quarters quarters
ters acro across s the street at 131 13 and 133 Main street with a new and complete completeshowing completeshowing
showing or Mens and Boys Fall and WInter Clothing Clothingt ClothingENE
r r
Ahot drink is espec especiallyenjoyable especially
iallyenjoyable ially enjoyable thesecool these thesecool
cool evenings or orchilly orchilly
chilly mornings morningsHOT morningsHOT
Served Servedpromptly with crackers crackerspromptly
promptly and in the dain daintiest daintiest
tiest manner possible possibleT1ID
The Pure Dru DruDlspcnsal1 Drat DratDispensary
Dispensary Dlspcnsal1112U
c 112U 112USouth 113414South
South lab labStred
street Stredopportunity streetopportunity
opportunity of shaking hands with the thePresident thePresident
President after he had won their per personal personal
sonal admiration and friendship by his hisaddress hisaddress
address addressAfter addressAfter
After two hours at the hotel spent spentIn
In his apartments quietly the President Presi President
dent reappeared in public and greeted greetedthe
the Yale alumni and the Utah Ohio Ohiooclety Ohiosociety
society at the University club This Thisreception Thisreception
reception lasted a little more than one onehour onehour
hour and then a dinner at the Alta Altaclub Altaclub
club closed the day dayWONT dayNO
joe Lippman Making Bets and andScattering andScattering
Scattering Coins Here and andThere andThere
There ThereToe
Toe Lippman has gone crazy This Thisand Thisand
and kindred remarks were common on onthe onthe
the street yesterday when It became becameknown becameknown
known that the candidate te far mayor mayoralty mayoralty
alty nomination on the American part partticket partyticket
ticket had been making all kinds of ofbets ofbets
bets with men In other factions ot otthe ofthe
the party to the effect that John S SBransford SBransford
Bransford would not receive the noml nomlnaHop nomination
nation for mayor next Tuesday Lipp Lippman Lippman
man bet A J Davis a hat that Brans Bransford Ilransfnrd
ford would retire before the city con conveRtlon convention
veRtlon he bet a 50 suit of clothes clotheswIth clotheswith
wIth City Engineer L C Kel Kelsey y that thatthe thatthe
the mayor would not get the nomina nomination nomination
tion Oft the first ballot and bet Dave
Dunbar that Bransford would not re receive receive
ceive 260 votes on the first ballot ballotIt
It has generally been conceded even
by Lippman supporters that Bransford Bransfordhu
hu the fight won and will receive at
least 76 votes tes on the first ballot at
the city crneilil n And the things
that are being said about the money
that W0l8 foprinkled around to by Lipp
man delegates would not be nice to toput toput
put in print The fight Is still going
on by Lippman followers with but lit
tie heart heartPINCHOTBALLINGER heartPINCH
Continued from Page 1 1atUtude 1attitude
attitude toward the conservation policies policieswith policieswith
with cO convincing lncing clearness clearnessI
1 shall not resign but shall remain in
the government service 1 shall give m my
best efforts In the future as In the past pastto
to promote the conservation and devel development development
opment of our forests waters lands and andminerals andminerals
minerals and to defend the conservation consenationpolicies conservationpolicies
policies whenever the need arises Espe Especially Especially
cially I shall continue to advocate the thecontrol thecontrol
control of water power monopoly In the thepublic thepublic
public interest and the use or our Insti Institutions Institutlons
tutions laws and natural resources for forthe forthe
the benefit of the plain people I believe
In equality of opportunity and the Roo Roose Roosevelt e evelt
velt policies and an 1 propose to stand for forthem
them 811 long as I have the strength to tostand tostand
stand for anything anythingGIFFORD
It was thought on Friday that the meet meeting meeting
ing here of the President Secretary Bal
linger and Mr Plnchot might call out outsome outsome
some further statement from Mr Taft Taft1IIr TaftMr
1IIr Plnchot came on especially from Cal CalIfornia California
Ifornia to seek an IntervIew with the thePresident thePresident
President With the exception of the themeeUng themeeting
meeting at the station yesterday when whenneither whenneither
neither attempted to speak to the other otherSeiretary otherSecretary
Secretary Ballinger and Mr Pinchot were werenot werenot
not thrown In contact during their stay inSalt In InSalt
Salt Lake Mr Ir Plnchot attended sev several several
eral functions along with the party es escorting escorting
corting the President today but Mr Bal Ballinger Ballinger
linger pleading a sore throat remained remainedindoors remainedIndoors
indoors most of the time Ills private sec secretary secretary
retary met him here and he devoted much muchof
of his time to disposing ot business mat matters matters
Ballinger Keeps Silent SilentMr
Mr Ballinger had no comment to make maketonisht maketonight
tonight on the latest phase of the dls dlscue discussion
cue cussion lon Friends ot both Mr Ir Ballinger Ballingerand
and lIr Plnchot declare that the Presi Presidents Presidents
dents statement Is such that both off ofnclahl offchile
chile can consistently remain In inthe the gov government government
ernment service and work toward the thesame thesame
same ends Mr Plnchot has declared him hlmselfln himself
selfln self to favor of a strong conservation pol polIcy policy
Icy AIr l3allln alllnger er has declared himself himselfIn
In favor ot keeping keeping within the law Pres PresIdent PreeIdent
Ident Taft finally declares himself as be beIng being
Ing In favor of a strongly progressive policy pol polIcy
Icy kept within the law with such suchmoodments suchamendments
amendments to the laW Ail ma may 00 neces neeesvary necessary
vary to carry out Mr Ir Roosevelts Ideas IdoasIn
In his address at Liberty park this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Mr Taft had this further to tosay tosay
say regarding conservation conservationYe
Ye are going to move on Congress and andask andask
ask Congress to help us out Of Curse CurseCongress courseCongress
Congress may have a differing view and andperhaps andperhaps
perhaps those ot us that are most enthu enthusiastic enthusiastic
siastic those of us that have a clear clearIdea clearidea
Idea ot what will have to be done will willhave willhave
have to modify our views In some way wayand wayand
and arrange a compromise But life Is Isa Isa
a compromise progress is a compromise compromisepopular compromisepopular
popular govemmenJ Is a compromise between be between
tween ninety millions of people peopleThe peopleThe
The conservation of resources Is the i8 i8sue issue
sue which the President will be confronted confronted1th
with during the next to or three weeks weeksof
of his travels Senator Borah of Idaho Idahosaw Idahosaw
saw him with regard to the proposition propositionof
of the government Issuing bonds to carry carryon
on the conservation work more rapidly rapldlrthan
than Is now possible Senator Borah will willaccompany willaccompany
accompany the President through Idaho Idahoand Idahoand
and will take the mat matter r up again againSecretary againSecretary
Secretary R A BaUlnger was visibly visiblynettled visiblynettled
nettled last evening by the statements tat ments issuerC Is Issuei
suei by President Taft and Mr Plnchot PlnchotMr
Mr 1r Balllngt > r emphatically refused to die discuss diecuss
cuss the statements made by the President Preslduntand
and the chief of f the forestry service I Ihave Ihave
have not sees the statements of the Pros PresIdent Prosfdent
Ident and Mr Pinchot said ofr Ramn Ramnger Ballinger
ger However I feel that I am amiltar familtarwith amiltarwith
with their Import and will decline to dls dlscues discuss
cues them I do not think there Is any nnycdl anycall
call upon me to make a statement of any
kind kindMy
My position on n the conservation ot our ourresources I Iresources
resources bas been made clear an 0 BEV BEVraJ several
eral raJ occasions and has been given some 80mecon someconderable
con conderable i erable circulation 1 stated my p0 p0sition position
sition clearly when I was In DenV Denver > 1r I Iam Iam
am heartily In favor of the preservntlo1 preservntlo1at
at our forests and ot the conservation of ofour ofour
our water sources so far Is at may be
done within the law Farther than that I Icannot I Icannot
cannot and wlll not go goAN goAN
Continued from Page 1 1tln 1ting
tln ting the world know that the great greatest reat reatfst
est navy on earth would be built The
lIngua conference would besuccessful
Legislation lie said was not a quos
tlon to bl delegated entirely to theor
ists but It wa > one In which the busI busInEs business
nEs ness Wen or the country should take takeAn
An l1tle nctl e Interest InterestIntegrlt interestIntegrity
Integrity ot purpose And straight
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1 Ne Silks andDressG and Dress Goods Goodsi4 ds tJ tJt
t f flW
lW i4 Our s1owinll of new Silks and Dress Goods comprises comprises every everYthin thin 1 that fashion fashi on relard relardN1fu re ands f fJr
N1fu Jr with favor avor Beauty and a exclusiveness characterize our line of i ported novelties in in Silk S ilk s sProminent
nw Prominent among the newest elleets arc Broche Cashmere de SOle Ottomans Chameleon Chameleonvit 1
iAfu Moire Moire Velours Cotile Warp Print Persians Plain Cashmere de S Soic of e Crepe Crepede
de ChlOe Crepe Meteor and Messahnes MessahnesFavorite MessalinesFavorite
Favorite fabrics in Dress Goods are Homespuns Camelshair Zibelens C Chevrons Chevronsviote ev ro1s ro1sIVV
IVV Cheviot viote Diagonals PruneIJas T Tussah usah Royal Silk Warp Henriettas and ndChiHon ndChiHonI Chion ChionBroadcloth
> I Broadcloth Every fashionfavored shade is here in in plain or colored combination combinationIir
Iir tij
forwardness and truth are just as asnecl asnecessary
necl necessary ary In politics as the they are In Inbusness Inbusiness
business life said Mr Hammond and andthis andthis
this principle is becoming recognized recognizedmore
more and more each year The tricks tricksot
ot the party boss or political loader loadermust loadermust
must be relegated to the scrap heap heapfor heapfor
for good goodMr goodMr
Mr HAmmond compared political politicalconditions politicalconditions
conditions In the United States with withth08e withthose
those In other countries Illustrating Illustratinghow I IhQW
how political preferment met more morehonor morehonor
honor aTIII lt letter > tter remuneration In other otherollntres otheraounrres
ollntres and thing the need for busi busineBS business
neBS men who were willing to sacrifice sacrificepersonal sacrificepersonal
personal comfort wealth and position positionfor
politics politicsfor
ofea ea
for the bt betterment bettermentIn > of American eri gn politics politicsIn
In this respect Wllllam H Taft de deAerea deserves
serves a p pace C6 high up on the roll of ofhonor ofhonor
honor said Mr Hammond HammondA
A Moral Awakening AwakeningHe
He said there had been a great greatmQral greatmoral
moral fiwaknng in politics in the theUnited theUnited
United States in the last few yearsand years yearsnnd
and he believed that nov no v was the time timefor timefor
for business men to get getleave In 1 be belI
lI leave ve there 18 pesene peented a great orthy field fieldor
or uoffulJ1ei8 and on onfame one In which orthy orthyfaro
faro can be achieved in politics liti s for forthe or
and the grati gratitude
the young business businesstude men
tude of the nation can be earned he hesaid hesaid
said saidIr Mr Ir Hammonds speech was punc punctuated punctuated
tuated by frequent applause an and at atthe atthe
and new newhad newhad
friends old
the close man many
for meeting meetingPrec him himPreeedinx
had an
hadPreceding Preeedinx Prec the e address addressguest Mr Hammond Hammondwas
was gue guest t of honor It aa luncheon luncheongvn luncheongiven
given by H S Joseph at atHammond the Com Commeorcial
meorcial club Mr Hammond H Hdent is presi president president
dent of the Nation l Republican Republicannational national league leagueard
t1onal t1onalonlnizer
F Turner assistant assistantorganiser n
and J
left leftand leftand
onlnizer sat t at Mr Hammond s
and 1oIr Joseph at his right righteo rightTAFT
eo eoTAFT
Continued from Page 1 1left 1left
left side of president R C Gemmell Gemmellright Gemmellright
right side of President Senator Smoot SmootGovernor SmootGovernor
Governor Spry Senator Sutherland SutherlandMayor SutherlandMayor
Mayor Bransford Sherman P Allen of ofthe ofthe
the New York Herald Wendell W WMischler WMiechler
Mischler assistant secretary to Presi President President
dent Taft F EMcGurrln E McGurrIn J T Frank FrankTudge FrankJudge
Judge Joseph E Murphy S R NelU NelUCongressman NeillCongressman
Congressman Joseph Howell Colonel D DC DC
C Jackllng Dr T J Richardson pros presIdent prosIdents
Ident physician S A Whitney James JamesSlOAn JamesSloan
SlOAn jr secret service Colonel W F FScott FScott
Scott ot the Fifteenth Infantry Gerrlt GerrltFort GerritFort
Fort aui assistant tant to the vice lee president of ofthe ofthe
the New York Central railroad Harry HarryL
L Dunlap New York World Glford GlfordPJnchot GlffordPinchot
PJnchot chief of the forestry service 8erviceArcblbald serviceArchibald
Archibald W Butt captain In United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States army and aide to the president presidentAmong presidentAmong
Among the Invited persons who were werenot werenot
not pre present ent at the luncheon were Rob Robert Robert
ert T Small of the Associated Press PressRobert PressRobert
Robert H Hazard of the United Press PreeF PressF
F A Fowler of the New York Sun SunNews SunNews
News association William Hoster of the theHearst theHearst
Hearst News service John Hays Ham Hammond Hammond
mond and R A Ballinger secretary MCretaryof
of the interior interlorAtter interiorAfter
After luncheon a number of sherIffs sherIffsfrom sheriffsfrom
from various counties In the state were werepre werepresented
pre presented ented to the President and for each eachhe I
he had a kindly word of greeting The Thesheriffs Thesheriffs
sheriffs who assisted in guarding the thePresident thePresident
President during hill stay at th the Coun Country Country
try club were Joseph Sharp of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake county Barlow WIlson of Weber Webercounty Webercounty
county George Judd of Utah county J JKnudsen JKnudsen
Knudsen 0 of Sanpete county Gus lIen lIenrold Henrold
rold of Juab county Joseph Josephson Josephsonof
of Box Elder county N W Crookston Crookstonof
of Cache county John Bush of Tooele Tooelecounty Tooelecounty
county and James Ware of Davis Daviscounty Daviscounty
Did Not Play Golf GolfContrary GolfContrary
Contrary to an Impre impression slon which bad badprevailed hadprevailed
prevailed quite generally President Taft Taftdid Taftdid
did not playa play a game of golf at the Coun Country Country
try club Captain Butt his confiden confidential
tial aide stated that the PresIdent PresIdentwould Presidentwould
would play no games anYWh anywhere rc on the thetour thetour
tour with the exception of Augusta Augu8taGa
Ga and here on the trip the chief executive ex executhe
ecuthe will Indulge In his favorite favoritesports favoritesports
sports When President Taft had got gotten gotten
ten to the eB east t side of the club house houseand houseand
and bad gazed over the gently rOiling rOilingJinks rollinglinks
Jinks the call of the tee was heard and andhe andhe
he decided to swat the ball just once to toshow toshow
show that he was not entirely out of ofpractice ofpractice
practice practiceStripping
Stripping off his coat he grasped the thedriver thedriver
driver with the movement or a player plaerho playerwho
who ho knew his bu business ln088 SwingIng twice twiceto
to get perfect bearings he brought the thedrIver thedriver
drIver down with a forceful swing the thethird thethird
third time and sent the ball soarIng soarIngover
over the links A cheer from the crowd crowdgreeted crowdgreeted
greeted the drive No more ex exclaimed exclaimed
claimed the President as he was assist assisted
ed into his coat He had Dot exerted exertedhimse1t exertedhimself
himself In making the drive yet the theban theball
ban reached the 210ynrd mark markSenator markSenator
Senator Smoot was the next to try tryhis tryhis
his hand at the golf game His first firsttry firsttry
try was successful and the ball stopped stoppedat
at the looyard mark Governor Spry Spryfollowed Spryfollowed
followed with a drive to the eighty elghtyyard eightyyard
yard line lineAs lineAs
As Senator George Sutherland grasped graspedthe
the driver one of his friends called out outSenator outSenator
Senator you are evidently a south southpaw southpaw
paw Yes answered the senator senatorand senatorand
and wIth a forceful drive sent the ball ballto ballto
to the 12iyard mark markEarller markEarlier
Earlier In the day It Is said Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot and Congressman Howell each eachsucceeded eachsucceeded
succeeded in drIvIng the ball 200 yards yardsA
A Perfect DriveResponding Drive DriveResponding
Responding to a request of the PresI PresIdent President
dent R V Hoare who has charge ot otthe ofthe
the golf links showed his skin at the thegame thegame
game With a perfect drive the ballsoared ball ballsoared
soared straight as an arrow 260 yards yardsbeyond yardsbeyond
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Perhaps the most unique reception receptlonever
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given immediately folloWing the exhibi exhibition exhibition
tion trials at driving Th The caddies bad badexpressed hadexpressed
expressed a desire of shaking the Presidents Pres PresIdents
Idents hand and Ute chief executive execuUvehearing executivehearing
hearing of this desire asked that the theboys theboys
boys be brought over to him himThe himThe
The caddies were not slow to accept acceptthe acceptthe
the Invitation and with beaming tac faces facesexpressive s sexpressive
expressive of the joy that was theirs theirsby theirby
by rea reason on of the great honor accorded accordedthem accordedthem
them they lined up and marched to towhere towhere
where the President was awaiting them themPresident themPresident
President Tan wag In a pleasant mood moodand i iand
and kept up a running fire of witticism witticismas
as the boys pa passed 8ed by There were fif fifteen fifteen
teen or twenty ot them and to each he hesaid hesaid
said ft kindly word 1 am glad to see seeyou seeyou
you my bo boy was hi his greeting to one oneAnd oneAnd
And so you are n caddie are you youWell youWell
Well my little man Im glad to see seeyou seeyou
you he said to another Do you al always always
ways keep your eye on the ball 1 he heasked heasked
asked a towsledhalred lad And In this thlmanner thismanner
manner he greeted each of them themAfter themAfter
After the boys had all shaken his hishand hishand
hand Pre President ldent Taft turned to the thegroup thegroup
group about him and said A good goodcaddlt goodcaddie
caddie helps In the game I want to tell tellyou tellyou
you I would rather tru trust t their eyes at attimes attimes
times than my own ownThe ownThe
The Presidents short period of rest resbwas restwas
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El Paso Tex Sept 5Replying to toa toa
a proposal that he meet United States 8tat8Senator StatesSenator
Senator J W Bailey of Texas in joint jointdebate jointdebate
debate here on Monday William Ten Jennings Tennlngs
nlngs Bryan telegraphed from Arizona Arizonaas
as follows followsI
1 am endeavoring to secure a Demo Democratic Democratic
cratic majority in the next congress congretl8and congressand
and I propose e a tentative platform plattonnwhich platformwhich
which I ask the Democrats to accept acceptreject acceptreject
reject o or amend Believing that a de debate debate
bate would turn attention ot Individuals Individualsfrom individualsfrom
from the issue ls ue I prefer a separate meet meetIng meeting
Ing and shaH not eonaidfr a joint meet meeting meeting
ing unless Senator Bailey mak makes per personal personal
sonal request for it itSigned itSigned
Mr Bryan will deliver a llOlika al a1 artdress
dress here Monday Senator Ballt y
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57 W West est Second South Southsaid
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