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II 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 29 1909
OUTER MilK IN INTHRH INTHREEDAIRIES
THRH THREEDAIRIES THREEDAIRIESEmbargo DAlRlfS DAlRlfSEmbargo
Embargo on Woods Cross Pro Product Product
duct Raised by the Au Authorities Authorities
thorities thoritiesEIGHT thoritiesEIGHT
EIGHT CASES OF TYPHOID TYPHOIDIMPROVED TYPHOIDIMPROVED
IMPROVED CONDITIONS CAUSE CAUSESUBSIDENCE CAUSESUBSIDENCE
SUBSIDENCE OF EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICrcpcl1ent EPIDEMICTellent
rcpcl1ent conditions were found at the theJs theU
Js U z Cross dairies yesterday 8te ay when the ther they theyTj
r Tj Inspected by Walter J Frazier city cityry
I ry and food commlaaloner The Golden Goldent
t Moe8 Mo nr Brther thers and Mountain dairies dairiesnil
nil Rhowed acons 8cor above the stite law lawe
e > d theIr milk Is now declare to be bep bea
a p v 8U1pltlon TheM re the three threel1st threetnst
tnst l1st which an embargo was declared declaredthe
the state board ot health all R result resulttho reeulttno
tho typhoid fEver epidemic but the thebt thet
t bt began > gan shipping milk to Salt Lake Lakeitprdoy Laketrcky
itprdoy or the first time In more than tbana
a wek
The State Law LawT
T r c tate law d mamIs that the core ecoreC coreairy
C airy show at least 15 points The Thehn Therest
hn rest dairy buys lu 1t milk from fromrrl fromrr
rr rrl trs Tho milk ho houee ae waB as found to ton
n tine conditIon and scored I polntll polntllt polntttv
ttv t Iou milks twenty cows all of ofkh ofh
kh h were r found 1n good condItion th thrnk the therk
rnk houIKI was clean and nltary and andt
t lIrroundlnp irroundI were good The score scoreL
L At 1 the Mountain dairy fourteen fourteenare
v are mtlked and these were found to toi toft
i ft a good condition The milk house wal walI wag
I g nd sanitary conditions good This ThisII
II i i Fcored eott > d 41 DOInt olnts olntsT1
11 p Bcnn Thnnev1Ue vU1c dairy with eighteen cows cowsr owsIn
In r f u nd d condition scored 57 This dairy
l i r z tl1t iut t cement floor In the atabl atablee and andC andct1
C ct1 > tJINlse wise made modem and sanitary
1 j Ir riement riementMeroul < > Clnents ClnentsIcronl
Icronl Xou with eight cows scored 30 30Ionditonfl O Oonditons
Ionditonfl 11 are FO o far In advance of ofa ofa
a c w months aco that they are most most1r01rllffns mostcuraging
1r01rllffns saId Inspector Fraxer last lastrlgi taatr1gh
rlgi All ot the dairymen show an an1grrnCss antgrncss
1grrnCss to make their aurroundlngs aurroundlngsEmn aurroundlngEnry
Emn and It was certainly pleasant to toJk toFk
Jk tJfm or er again There Is no dan dansr dengr
sr rQn their milk milkNew milkNew
New Cases of Typhoid TyphoidIght
Ight new cases of typhoid fever were wererr
rr ported yesterday esterda making < < twelve for tort1 fort
t1 t wt wk > k The new ca cases are areIr areIr
Ir M Nutter aged u 3l Center Centerst
st
ar tr1 Nutter aged 6 31 Center street streetEmma streetLnirna
Emma Hornsb aged m 3 Jefferson JeffersonEtJi
EtJi
Ji 1j8 s SteckMIth aged zr4i ZI 45 East Second Second1I Secwd4uh
4uh 1I 11 street streetAftun streetAi
Aftun Ai tott McDonald aged 10 3S0 First FirstadIue Firsta
adIue adIueIrp a uue uueMrs
Mrs Irp J IL Hoist aged 5 1M 1I Bryan Bryanapnne Bryana
venue apnne1Brf a venuearence
1Brf arence > nce Anderson aged 18 1iit Aber Aberd
d En n street streetErnest streetErnest
Ernest Nott aged 4 4 1J 125 South Tenth TenthEst TenthLt
Est street streetHdth street1Llth
Hdth officials attribute the decre decreh decrease decreaseli
h the th number of typhoId cases to the fact factt factttRt
t ttRt t he people are boiling milk and water watertre i iUTe
UTe washing fruit and vegetables be ben ber
n r using them and they say this prac pracshould
4 should b6 continued Milkmen are aret arer1ltzIng
t riltzlng their bottles before they theyare theyire
are ro rcfilIed lld and brought back Into the thot
C t Owing to the Improved conditions conditionsl
l Ip 19 bicvt > d the eases will now decrease decreaseE
E m mLIPPMAN IlLIPPMANIS
LIPPMAN IS TOO TOOMAD TOOMAD
MAD 10 fORGIVE fORGIVEAmerican ORGIVEmerican
American Party Love Feast FeastIs
Is Actually Ineffectual to toReconcile toReconcile
Reconcile Defeated Clan Clanlarge Clan1rge
large number of happy Bransford BransfordiTters Bransfordirters
iTters and nd a few Lippman men met mett
t 1 Salt Lake t thentre tre last evening In InHat InflLLt
Hat was billed as an American part
1 feast What hat It proved to be was wasn
n ineffectual attempt on the part of oft11 ofthc
thc Bransford people to reconcile the theLippman theLippman
Lippman bolters to the Bransford ticket ticketW
W v 1 1 Barrette was chaIrman of the themeeting themeeting
meeting and the speakers were Mayor MayorJ
J 1 S Bransford City Attorney H J JDlninny JIininny
Dlninny B S Rives candidate for re reorder recorder
order and Allen T Sanford all strong strongBransford strongPransford
Bransford men menA menA
A 1 Wt Weber > ber manager of the Lipp Lippman LIppIran
man campaign was scheduled to speak speakat
at the meeting but be did not appear appearfhe appearThe
The chairman made an elaborate apolo apology
g gy for him sa saying lng that a severe Illness IllnessIlcyented Illnessprevented
prevented his attendance W V Mont 1Iontr
r I rl rry was to speak but he was not notthere notthere
there thereraor thereMayor
Mayor Bransford spoke only briefly brieflyalJ
alJ 8 J thanked the people for the honor of oft oftiic
t tiic w renomination Meet oet of the other otherSieakers otherspeakers
speakers devoted practically their entire enUretme entiretrne
tme to eulogies of Lippman and lIc lIclilian McIiIian
lilian and their followers Mr San Sanford Sanfrd
ford compared the two defeated candl candld candilates
d lates tfS to Henry Clay and James G Gla1n 0Pane
Pane la1n > He said the American part partilS partysas
sas ilS better for the contest and that the theuffatt thecAfeated
uffatt > d candidates would be among the thestrongest thestrongest
strongest supporters of the ticket ticketROB ticketROB
ROB POOR POORWOMANS WOMANS SON SONThieves SONThieves
Thieves Steal Bundle of Clothes Lad LadWas LadWas
Was Delivering DeliveringYith
With tears streaming down his white whiteflinched whitepinched
flinched face Arthur Miller little son of ofMrF ofMrs
Mrs W H llller A widow came into intothf Intothe
the polIce station last night and sobbed sobbedout
out a tory of ofhow how a basket of clothes clotheswhkh clothesvhieli
whkh he wall delivering for his mother motherti
111 ti been stolen from him himThl himThe
The little fellow was Inconsolable de delring det
t lring that his poor mother would be beunable beunable
unable to pay for th the clothes And would wouldli
li se > P the patronage of the customer The Thely They
ly y had stopped a moment to pla play with withhi withuk
hi uk companions and upon turmng again apJnto
to t hi pushcart found that the clothes clothesJJIi clothesai
JJIi ai oPn stolen The police tOQk a dc dcIn
1 In of th the rlntlHI rlntlHILIBERAL ci thes thesLIBERAL
LIBERAL LIBERALINCOME LIBERALINCOME
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Idle for lack of a suitable invest investment investment
ment we invite you to avail your yourself yourself
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BRANSfORD GETS GBSA
A A5 P NOMINATION NOMINATIONPresent
Present City Executive Is Se Selected Selected
lected on First Ballot for forAmerican forAmerican
American Party Mayor MayorBALANCE MayorBALANCE
BALANCE OFFICESEEKERS OFFICESEEKERSALLEN
ALLEN T STANFORD MAKES AN ANAPOLOGETIC ANAPOLOGETIC
APOLOGETIC SPEECH SPEECHAMERICAN
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o AMERICAN CITY TICKET TICKETFor 0 0For
For MayorJohn S Bransford BransfordFor 0 0o
o For AudltorRudolpr AUf AUfo AllYFor
o For AttorneyH G Dlnlnny DlninnyFor < >
< b For Rec RecorderB rderB S fives RlvcsFor fivesFor <
For TreasurerGldeon Snyder SnyderJohn 0
0000000000000000 0000000000000000John
John S Bransford was renominated renominatedfor
for mayor by the American party city cityconvention cityconvention
convention yeste yesterday a afternoon on the thefirst thefirst
first ballot by a declslrc vote ote The re remainder remainder
mainder of the ticket Is comprised of ofo ofofl1ceeekers
o ofl1ceeekers lce eekers who were given nomlnll nomlnlltlon nominations
tlon by the Bransford people peopleThe peopleThe
The nomination of Mayor Bransford Bransfordby
by the convention occurred after an anapologetic anapologetic
apologetic nominating peeeh for Brans Bransford Bransford
ford was made by Allen T Sanford Sanfordand Sanfordand
and a speech decidedly uncompliment uncomplimentary
ary to the mayor by A J Weber in innomlmlting innominating
nominating Joseph Lippman LippmanMr
Mr Sanford admitted that the ma mayor mayorhad or orhad
had made mistakes in the past and had hadnppolntuf hadappoInted
appoInted m men n he should not have ap appointed appointed
pointed but promlfild that he would do dobettfI dobetter
better in the future 1Ir Weber pro pronounc pronouncedhis
nounc nouncedhis d his political doom so far as the theAmrican th thAmerican
American party 1e concerned by nom nomInating nomhinting
hinting Joseph Lippman In a speech that thatsizzled thatstzaled
sizzled with lth bitterness against the thema themayor
ma mayor Or He suggested that Salt Lake LakenEeded Lakeneeded
nEeded a mayor big enough to resent rClKntevery resentevery
every insult even when the Presklent is ishere ishere
here He said ifl whEn he nominated Lipp Lippman Lippman
man It was without hope of the comen comentlon convention
tlon choosing him himVictory himVictory
Victory for Bransford BransfordSin BransfordSince
Sin Since e the primaries it has been a cer certaJnty certainty
taJnty that Mayor Bransford would be be3iIected bee1ected
3iIected to heed the r < merlcan ticket ticketThill ticketThis
This became still more a certainty Yes Yesterday yesterday
terday morIing when hen H G lIcmnan lIcmnans
s candidate for the ma mayoralty oralty withdrew withdrewfrom withdrewfrom
from the race Draneford was certain certainof
of about 300 delegates yesterday fore forenoon foreneon
noon When lcUllan withdrew from fromthe fromthe
the race nearl nearly a hundred delegates delegateswent
went to Bransford BransfordDr
Dr W V F Ges Giesy nominated Ezra
Thompson for mayor Mr 11 Thompson Thompsonwas
was spoken of for mayor a few days daysago daysago
ago as a compromise candidate but it itwas itwas
was too late at the convention for any anycompromise anycompromise
compromise to be considered Second Seconding i iIng
Ing speeches for Mayo llransford were weremade weremade
made by 1 D CecIl and George Cheney
Lippmans nomination was seconded by
J w Kinne Kinney P T Farnsworth George
M Sullivan and S P Armstrong When Whenthe Vhenthe
the first ballot was as taken this was the theresult theresult
result resultBransford
Bransford 311 311Lippman si siLipprnan
Lippman 18 18fhompson iso isoThompn
ThompnWhen fhompson 3 3When
When the cheering subsided A J Ve
her moved that the nomination of the themayor themayor
mayor be made unanimous and this thisWas
was done doneThe doneThe
The convention met at the Salt Lake
theatre shortly after 16 oclock yester yesteray
day ay morning It waR called to order
by 1 E Darmer chairman of the city citycommittee citycommittee
committee W H Bramel was made
temporary cbairman and Dana T Smith
temporary secretary Mr Ir Bramel Bramelopened Bramelopened
opened the convention with lth a speech
The morning session was as taken up with withthe withthe
the work of the committees committeesIn
In an In indefinite efinlte paradoxical platform
the American p party rty declares for roll religious rollglous
gious tolerance and proceeds to attack
the Mormon church it deplores the
failure of the recent capitol election electionand electionand
and calls upon the state officials to pro proceed procoed
coed with the erection of the state capi
tol So far as possible under the Jaw
The platform onl only generalIzes on mu municipal municipal
nicipal problems and makes no definite definiteproml definitepromises
proml promises es for the future futureCheer futureCheer
Cheer Forlorn Cause CauseThe CauseThe
The cont contest t for ma mayor or was practically
the only feature of
the afternoon ses session seszion
zion The gallery was packed with
Lippman supporters and the mention mentionof
of LlppmanlS name brought forth the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest amount of applause The Lipp
man supporters however were con convinced convincod
vinced that the they were dereateiJ and It Itwas itwas
was only those who had gone too far to tochange tochange
change who ho remained with Lippman to
the end endThe endThe
The Bransford people bad hoped to
be able to Improve the ticket by leaving
off H G Dlnlnny and Hudolllh AlIT In Inorder Inorder
order to carry the primaries however
it was nece necessary sar for the Bransford Bransfordpie pee peepie
pie to combine with the IInds1rables IInds1rablesand
and In payment for this aid reluctantly reluctanthplaced reluctantlyplaced
placed them on the ticket
For city attorney Dtninn received 76 76votes 7 7votes
votes G George F Godwin 1j5 I554 and ande
George e Jay Gibson 10 Dlnlnny was
declared the nominee It is umlerstoorl
that In order to secure the votes of the
aranatord delegates it was necessary for
the city attorll attorney > y to promise to cease
immediately hi his opposition to the Brans
ford administration administrationTwo
Two ballots were neces necessary a to nomi
nate nudolpd AUt for auditor His
name Vas con conekiered ldored A dead wei weight ht 011
the ticket and he appeared at first to
have no chance of renomination How
ever his opponents developed little
strength and were unable to find a
strong man within the party to oppose
him On the first ballot AlfC receiVed
6 64 vot votes s J Shand Smith 184 iS14 and
John D Hagman 124 On the second
ballot All received H2 votes
B S Rives the Bransford candidate
for recorder won out after a pretty
contest with W r McLaughlin and
John Pike To ballots were taken
without a choice After the second nd bal
lot McLaughlin withdrew expecting his
supporters to go to Pike They went to
RIvES however and he was made the
nominee nomineeFor nomineeFor
For city treasurer Gideon Snyder was
renominated without opposition
AMBROSE DONNELLAN DONNELLANCASE
CASE READY FOR JURY JURYAll
All the evidence In
inthe the states case caseagainst caseagainst
against Ambrose Donnellan charged with
robbery on two counts was finished yes
terday aftt afternoon > rlloon before Judge T D Low
Is ot the district court and this mornIng
the case will be handed to th the Jury
IKnnellan is charged with robbing Wil Wii11am
liam n Crocker on East Third South Southstreet Southstreet
street and n 4 Bertllnon at Ialn and
Fcurth South streets last March Both
r bberie8 oc ocurred urred within half an hour houroC
oC each other
5 D Evans Evanstndertaker EvansUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed to tonew a aflew
new location 43 South State street streetDally streetDaily
Dally Saltalr Bathing Trains
930 30 returns 114f 200 returns 430 430Cafeteria 430Cafeteria
Cafeteria CafeteriaAll
All tourists eat at nnletels CafeterIa
117 South Main lIalnThe MainThe
The merit of the Wasatch Brands BrandsDid BrandsDid
Did bring them Into fame fameThe fameThe
The go gox1 > d housewife this brand de demands demands
mands mandsThtf mandsThce
Thtf are nOD just the same sameI
I
fOREIGN GOODS GOODSFOR GOODSFOR
FOR SALT LAKRS LAKRSCustoms
Customs Surveyor Reports ReportsMany ReportsMany
Many ImportationsWill ImportationsWillSell
Sell Unclaimed Goods GoodsSUleyor GoodsSurveyor
Surveyor of Customs J J Greene Greenewald Greenewald
wald ot the port of Salt Lake has been beena
a busy man during the last month there thcrehaving therehaving
having been more entries during this thistime thistime
time than during 1e months preceding precedingabout precedingabout
about one entry a da day being the aver average average
age which Is quite a busy one oneResidents oneResidents
Residents of Salt Lake who have been beenIn
In Europe have been bringing back backmany backmany
many articles of value which come un under under
der the eye of the surve surveyor or of customs customsIncluding customsincluding
Including furs marble statuary mosaic mosaictables mosaictables
tables dress goods rugs Scotch whis whiskies whlskiesteas
kies kiesteas teas souvenir metal goods and to tobacc tobacco
bacc baccAmong baccoAmong
Among the entrIes made recently was wasa
a big shipment of gla8 glassware ware from Ger Germany Germany
many for the University of Utah which whichwas whichwas
was a free ent1 ent1It entry entryIt
It was announced Tuesday that a sale saleof saleof
of goods which have been unclaimed unclaimedtor
for a year or more will taKe place soon soonthis soonthis
this being the first sale of goods to bl blmade bemade
made here Machinery consigned to Ii Iidefunct adefunct
defunct Nevada mining concern is isamong isamong
among the goods to be S sold < Jld Custom Customcome Customscome
come out of the proceeds before an another any anyother
other charges chargesAMUSEMENTS
0 0AMUs
AMUs AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSHONEYMOON MENTS MENTSHONEYMOON
HONEYMOON TRAIL TRAILIt
It is absolute absolutely assured that every par particle partide
tide of o scenery and property used at the theLa theLa
La Sidle theatre in Honeymoon Trail TrailHough TrailHough
Hough Adams and Howards latest suc success success
cess will be identically the same when whenpr whenpresented
pr presented < senttd here at the Salt Lake theatre theatretomorrow theatretomorrow
tomorrow night The costumes s to be beworn beworn
worn in this attraction are said to have haveouWone haveoutdone
outdone anything of their kind ever seen seenin seenin
in the Wind Windy Cft City From the standpoint standpointof
of a production Honeymoon Trail Is Isdistinctly isdistinctly
distinctly in adl advance ce of anything that has hasbeen hasbeen
been offered In Chicago hitherto and the thework thework
work ot the authors surpass the brightest btighteetand
and wittiest lines of their former succe succeses suceessee
see The Time the > Place and the Girl GirlThe GirlTbe
The Girl Question etc etcQUO etcQUO
QUO VADIS VADISAudiences VADISAudiences
Audiences have been larger at the Bun Bungalow Bungalow
galow each night of this week to witness witnessWalter withessWalter
Walter Arlngtons magnificent production productionof
of Quo Vadls This greatplay great play has hasnever hasnever
never been bett better < r handled In salt Lake IakeIn
In costuming scenic effects strength of ofcast ofeast
cast and portrayal of scenes In ancient ancientRome ancientRome
Rome there is left little room for criti criticism criticism
cism Matinee performances of this great greatreligious greatreligious
religious drama will be given Thursday Thursdayand
and Saturday For the next week The TheCowboy TheCowboy
Cowboy and the Lady will be the bill bl1lThe billThe
The late Clyde Fitch never wrote R bet better better
ter phi play than this famous vehicle of Nat NatGoodwin NatGoodwin
Goodwin and Its production by the Arlnc Arlncton Arington
ton players will be its first in the hands handsof
of any stock company companKISSED companyKISSED
KISSED BY ISA ISAVE ISAVELouis YE YEIouls
Louis Segel viiinist who appears at atthe atthe
the First Congregatioral church Monda Mondaevening Monday Mondayevening
evening next was kissed bJ I Isaye aJe the thegreat thegreat
great musician at th the close of a concert concertgiven
given at Brus Brussels elti recEntly Such Is th thinformation tim timinformation
information sent to Mrs H I Roths Rothschild Rothschild
child ot this city who is an aunt of Louis LouisSiegel LouisSiegel
Siegel and mother of lIl Miss Pearl Roths Rothschild Rothschild
child the talented pupil of Miss Gratia GratiaFlandErs GratiaFlanders
FlandErs Following is the Information as asreceived asreceived
received Concert last evening was a tre tremendous tremendous
mendous sUccess Applause deafening and andBraves andRraves
Braves rent the air Audience was en enraptuted enraptured
raptuted and Louis was recalled three threetimes I
times after the first concerto and six sixtimes I Itimes
times after the Mendelssohn before they theywould I Iwould
would let him rest Isaye kissed Louis and andsaid I
said lid he was proud or him himTHE I
THE OTHER GIRL GIRLThe GIRLThe
The Other Girl is being presented b bthe by
the Villard Mack company at the Grand Grandtheatre
theatre this week and It is doubtful If Ifever
ever a better presentation has ever been beengiven
given Augu Augustus tus Thomas great comedy
Mr Mack has spared no paine In working
out the minute details of the piece mak
lag one of the best productions ever given
by the YllIard Mack company There Therewill Therewill
will be a matinee today at 230 230LENA 36 36LENA
LENA RIVERS RIVERSAn
An altogether dElightful play Is the uni universal universal
versal sentiment of the immense audi audlenees audienees
enees which are witnessing the Interns
tional Success lUcce Lena Rivers at the Cob Colonial Cobnial
nial theatre this week The company III
headed by the charming young actress
Miss Emma Bunting There will 111 be a amatinee amatinee
matinee toda today and usual performances the
balance of the week weekCHASfO weekCHASED
CHASED HfR HRI1TIIAN VIIH AN AX AXMrs A AMrs
Mrs Annie B Bird Says Husband HusbandThreatened HusbandThreatened
Threatened to Kill Her and andTheir andTheir
Their Children ChildrenWilliam ChildrenWilliam
William H Birds alleged habit of chas chasing chaslag i
lag his wife and six children around the thehouse thehouse
house flourishing R pocketknife and andthreatening andthreatening
threatening their lives has re resulted ulted in a asuit asuit
suit for divorce filed b by Annie B BIrd
in the district court yesterday esteroa The Thewere They
were married > d In Salt Lake on May 6
1880 and have eleven children six ot otwhom oIwhom
whom range In age from lit to 3 years ears old
Mrs Irs Bird says her husband menaced
her with ith an ax and at numerous times
he tried to take her life and the lives livesof livesof
of their children while he was In a
drunken rage rageShe rageShe
She asks an order restraIning her hue hUIband hueband
band from visiting their children Two Twopieces Twopieces
pieces of property are asked as g temporary temporaryalimony temporaralimony
alimony
snI JE1IAC3I1LLN CO COThe CoThe
The onI only stationery and of nee neefiupply ricesupply
supply store in Salt Lake oper operating operating
ating their own printing office oftlcea
a E 3rd So Both Dhones Dhonesr DhonesTrlbuneReporter uhonesTribuneReporter
r
TrlbuneReporter Prlntl Printing ng Co CoGf Coce
Gf West Second South Phones 713 713llcCoys 13 13McCoys
llcCoys livery carriage and IIgM IIgMlivery lIgtlivery
livery Both phone 81 81Girls SIGirls
Girls Wanted WantaTwenty WantedTwenty
Twenty gIrls wanted at Sweet Candy
13 EIZt Fir First t Smith
Old English EnglishGlycerine EnglishGlycerine
Glycerine GlycerineSoap GlycerineSoap
Soap SoapSelling
Selling this week three threecakes threecakes
cakes for twentyfive cents centsIts
Its an excellent soap and andparticularly andparticularly
particularly adapted for use usein usein
in this water waterSCHRAM waterSCHMMS
SCHRAM SCHMMS SCHMMSWHERE S SWHERE
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPSoap STOPSoap
Soap Shopp j II
WORMY fRUITS fRUITSARr FRUITSARE
ARE DESTROYED DSTROnDHorticultural
Horticultural Inspector Seizes SeizesConsignmentsOwners SeizesConsignmentsOwners
ConsignmentsOwners ConsignmentsOwnersThreaten
Threaten Suit SuitTwenty SuitTwenty
Twenty bushels of wormy apples and andtwo andtwo
two bushels of wormy pears were con condemned condemned
demned and destroyed yesterday e terday morning
by John P Sorenson county horticultural horticulturalInspector horticulturalinspector
Inspector and his d deputies putes The fruit was wasdiscovered wasdiscovered
discovered on Vest First South street at atabout atabout
about Ii oclock before It was sold to a acommission acommission
commission house It was the property propertJof
of J G Belnap and James Rau both bothof bothof
of Hooper There was no doubt about aboutthe aboutthe
the worms In Ue fruit and kerosene was wasused wasused
used to destroy the whole consignment consignmentBoth
Both Belnap and RaU were wild when whentheir whentheir
their fruit was condemned and destroyed destroJedand
and threatened to take the matter Into Intothe intothe
the courts Mr Sorenson however will willprobably willprobably
probably keep some of the apples on onhand onhand
hand to use in case the matter Ia con contested contested
tested testede
We e are trying to make the fruit of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah on a par with that ot other states statessaid statessaid
said Mr Sorenson and the fruit grow growers growers
ers will have to see that th their > lr fruit Is Isnot Isnot
not wormy It ma may hurt a few of them thembut thembut
but the great bulk of the fruit men are arespraJlng arespraying
spraying their trees and taking care of oftbem ofthem
them to keep the fruit healthy and with without without
out worms The few who do not do this th1lwill thiswill
will have to take the consequences As Aslong Aslong
long as we find WO wormy fIIY fruIt It will be becOlldemned becondemned
condemned And from now on we will willwatch willwatch
watch this matter closer than ever be before before
fore Salt Lake county fruit growers growerswill growerswill
will have to bring good fruit In the city citybecause citybecause
because we will destroy all the worm wormfruit wormy wormyfruit
fruit W we find findI findCITY
S
I CITY BREVITIES BREVITIESALTHOUGH I IALTHOlTGH
ALTHOUGH THE WESTERN PACIFIC PACIFICis
is practically completed as far as Win Winnemucca Vlnnemucca
nemucca Nev the road will not be beopened beopened
opened for traffic to that point until untilsome untilsome
some time next month No definite date datehas datehas
has been set but officials expect 11 11will Itwilt
will be opened about Oct Iii IiiCONFERENCE l lCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE TICKETS will be placed placedon
on sale Oct 1 by railroads entering Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake The tickets can be bought Oct
1 to 8 Inclusive InclusiveGUS inclusiveGUS
GUS J HENROID sheriff ot Juab Juabcounty Juabcounty
county residing at Eureka has mad madapplication madeapplication
application with the state engineer for foronetenth foronetenth
onetenth of a cubic foot of the flow flowof flowof
of a spring unnamed near Eureka In Inthe Inthe
the alJpllcatlon he sets forth that he heIntends heintends
Intends to pipe the water ater Into a large largewooden largewooden
wooden tank to be used for domestic domesticpurpoles domesticpurposes
purposes purpolesLEWIS purposesLEWIS
LEWIS HOFFMAN who bas been visit visitIng visitIng
Ing his brothers H C Hoffman and andEdward andEdward
Edward Hoffman of the firm of Hoff Hoffman 1 1man
man Brother real estate the pest two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks left yesterday terda for his home at atJoplin atJoplin
Joplin Mo MoTONIGHT MoTONIGHT
TONIGHT AT THE GOSPEL HALL of ofVolunteers ofVolunteers
Volunteers of America 19 Commercial Commercialstreet
street Frank L Malmstedt temperance temperanceadvocate temperanceadvocate
advocate of Chicago will speak and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Ray Lay will sing singpNLY singPNLY
pNLY OlE building permit was issued luuedyeeterday issuedyesterday
yesterday by Building Inspector A B BHirth BHirth
Hirth It was to Harold Jensen for a atwostor atwostory
twostor brick building for the Danl Danish DanishLutheran h hLutheran
Lutheran church at 3879 First avenue avenueThe avenueThe
The church will cost 8000 8000AGNES O0O O0OAGNES
AGNES 1 L CA CAWLFiY LEY married Francis L LCawlt LCawley
Cawlt Cawley > J here on arch I 19011 l9 and say sayhe sayshe
he deserted her more than two years yearsago yearsago
ago She wants a dlvorc < and the res restoratlon restoratlon
toratlon of her maiden name of Agnes AgnesL
1 L Appell There are no children Mrs 11rsCaley MrsCawley
Caley accompanies her complaint with withan withan
an affidavit of impecuniosity impecuniosityTHE
THE LADIES CLASS of the Y M 1 C A AgymnasJum Agymnasium
gymnasium wilt ill meet Wednesday ednceda at 73fI 73fIp
p J1 ni at the club rooms for the purpose pUroseof
of reorsanlBing for the con1i coming year yearM yearM
M AND MRS O W V BEMIS formerly formerlof formerlyof
of Clinton la and their three sons soosare sonsare
are now at home at 119 Twelfth East EastIItreet Eaststreet
street Mr Bemis has become identi identified Identifled
fled with a local china firm firmMRS firmMRS
MRS MARY FOSTER FOSTERBRYNER BRYNER of Chi Chicago Chicago
cago the wellknown Sunday school schoolworker schoolworker
worker will hold two meetings Sunday SundayIn
In the First Methodist church Th first flrsmeeting firstmeeting
meeting will ill be at 3 oclock when she IIhcwill shewill
will talk on New Graded Lessons the thesecond thesecond
second metln meeting Is at S oclock when she shewill shewill
will speak of The Child Ve Teach TeachA
A LABORER giving the name of Jim JimBourne JimBourne
Bourne fell twenty feet from the sec second seeend
end story of the M I A gymnasium gymnasiumbuilding gymnasiumbuilding
building In process s of construction on onthe onthe
the L D S university grounds and andsustained andsustained
sustained InJurle nece necessitating ttatlng his re removal removal
moval to the hospital Bourne stepped steppedon
on II loose board and was thrown with without ithout
out warning over the wall to the floor floorbelow floorbelow
below belowMAMIE belowMAMIE
MAMIE CLAWSON BEATIE yesterday yesterdayflied
flied suit In the Third district court courtagainst courtagainst
against Louise Grace Emery Grace E EBransford EBransford
Bransford Emma R Holman P T TFarnsworth 1 1Farnsworth
Farnsworth and wife Julia T Farn Farnworth Farnsworth
worth to quiet title to R piece of land lanllat landat
at the corner of State street and First Firsta Firstavenue
a venue avenueJOHN venueJOHX
JOHN SHAY is charged with burglary In Inthe inthe
the third degree in a complaint issued Issuedby
by the county attorney yesterday It Is IscharJEd Ischarged
charged that he entered the room of ofJoe ofJoe
Joe Ferrando In the Los An Angeles le room roomIng rooming
Ing house 3Si West est South Temple str street streetMonday t tMonday
Monday night on robbery bent bentA
A SPECIAl MEETING of the Salt L Lake LakeCounty ke keCounty
County Medical association will be held heldin
in the office of Dr A C HeMs In the theJUdge theJudge
JUdge building today to take appropri appropriate
ate action on the death of Dr H D
Niles NlleaSERVIES NilesSERVICES
SERVICES FOR SUCCOTH will be held heldat heldat
at Temple nnal Israel at 8 oclock this thisevening thisevening
evening There will be special Succoth
decorations on the pulpit Rabbi Freund Freundwill Freundwill
will speak on The Proper 1lanlfeeta
ton of Joy Joy1IISS JoyMISS
MISS FLORENCE CHRISTENSEN 03
this city who has been supervisor of art artat artat
at the branch normal school at C Cir r
City sailed for Paris Sept 24 She will willstudy willstudy
study art artAS artAS
AS A COMPLIMENT to Edward J Fitz Fitzpatrick FItzPatrick
patrick the Salt Lake violinist mem
hers of Stilt Lake coLncll No tm 60 of the
Knights of Columbus will attend the themusicale themusicale
musicale to be given In his honor Fri
day evening at the First Congregational Congregationalchurch
church prior to his departure for the theeast theeast
east to complete his studies
JOSEPH SADLEU died TUEsday night at
the cQunt county Infirmary He was born
larch 7 ISiS and lEft a widow and two twochildren twochildren
children in this city cityLOSES
0 0LOSES
LOSES TEAM TEAM000GING DODGING DEBT DEBTB
B Bill ill of Sale Given to Outwit Credi Creditors Creditors
tors Carries Title TitleIf
If you ou want to dodge yom creditors b by
turning your property over to some friend
Ie w beet that you do not give a bill of of8Io1e ofsie
8Io1e to the friend when the transfer Is Ismade ismade
made For further Information along this
line see A C Christensen Jr who learned
tM lesson after a defeat before Judge
T D Lewis In the district court yester ester
da day wherein he sought to claim two
horses which he had given to Barton A
Snarr accompanied with a bill of sale
After a time Christensen wanted his
horses back out > tit It was with some reluc
tance that Snarr allowed him to take
them for a time Then Snarr demanded
the horses and showed the bill of sale
Then Christensen blougbt suit suitJudge suitJudge
Judge Lewlll held that the bill of sale saleWliS salewas
was final and that the horses must be bereturned bereturned
returned to Snarr An execution was flied
to this effect effectNOT
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NOT READY FOR TRIAL TRIALChicago
Chicago Sept 25 23When Vhen the case of
Dr Haldane Clemenson charged with withthe withthe
the murder of his wife was called to
day the defendants counsel pleaded pleadedthat pleadedthat
that plans for the defense had not been beencompleted beencompleted
completed A continuance until the Oc October October
tober term of court was allowed allowedTake allowedTake
Take a little trip today In Inl1nswr Innnsvr
l1nswr to a want adand it may l
be a Iuk lucky day for you
I DR H H1 D D1 NILES NILESANSWfRS NILESANStNERS
ANSWfRS CAll CAllWell
Well Known Physician and andSurgeon andSurgeon
Surgeon Dies After Short ShortIllness ShortIllness
Illness IllnessHIGH IllnessHIGH
HIGH IN HIS PROFESSION PROFESSIONWAS
WAS MAN OF ADVANCEDTHEO ADVANCEDTHEORIES
RIES AND GREAT SURGEON SURGEONSurrounded SURGEONSurrounded
Surrounded b by a dozen of the most mostprominent mostprominent
prominent medical men of the state Dr DrHarry DrHarry
Harry D Nibs head of the Holy Cross Crosshospital Crosshospital
hospital staff of physicians and cur surgeons curgoons
goons and at one time president of the theWestern theWestern
Western Association of Surgeons died diedat diedat
at 130 oclock yesterday afternoon afternoonDeath afternoonDeath
Death was due to cerebral hemorrhage hemorrhagecommonly hemorrhagecommonly
commonly known as apoplexy The sur surgeon surgoon
goon was ill but fortyeight hours Sun Sunday Sunday
day afternoon while working in his of office offlee
flee at his home No ill East South SouthTemple SouthTemple
Temple street he was suddenly strIcken strIckenand
and never regaIned consciousness 8S Mon 11onda Monday
da day afternoon all hope ot his rec recovery recoverywas vel velwas
was abandoned and the Attending phy physicians physicians
sicians announced that he would die diewithin diewithin
within twentyfour hours hoursAlthough hoursAlthough
Although twelve doctors were called calledInto calledinto
Into the case Dr U Worthington a alifelong alifelong
lifelong friend and associate of Dr DrNiles DrNiies
Niles was the physician in charge of ofthe ofthe
the case caseDr caseDr
Dr Niles was born in Penn8 Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniafiftythree lvanla lvanlafiftythree
fiftythree years ago He received his histraining histraining
training In the University of Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia and took up hill career In Kansas Kaneaswhere Kansaswhere
where he gaIned an enviable reputation reputationas
as a surgeon He came to Salt Lake Laketwentyfour Laketwentyfour
twentyfour yeans years ago In recent years yearshe ears earshe
he had confined himself largely to stud studand study studyand
and investigation along surgical lfn lines s sf
01 f his own crC creation tlon In this capacity he hemade hemade
made several notable contributions to tothe tothe
the modern science of surgery which whichbrought whichbrought
brought him national reco recognition recognitionHeld nIUon nIUonHeld
Held Offices OfficesSeveral OfficesSeveral
Several years ears ago he was elected pros presIdent prosident
Ident of the Western Association of Sur Surgeons Surgeons
geons and for two yean had held the theposition theposition
position of pre president ldent in the Utah Med Xedleal Medical
leal society societyIn
In speaking of his friend Dr Worth WorthIngton Worthington
Ington said saidHe saidHe
He was a great 8urglmftthe very verygreatest verygreatest
greatest ever residing In Utah Not Notonl Notonly
onl only was he e widely and popularly popularbknown popularlyknown
known by the people but he enjoyed enjoyedthe
the most profound respect and admire admiration admiretion
tion of the profession His writings al although although
though advancing theories far in ad advance advance
vance of modern surgical practice and andsomewhat andsomewhat
somewhat irreconcilable to the the therles theerise
rise of many of his friends indicated indicatedthe
the depth and great penetration of hl hlintellect his hisintellect
intellect intellectIn
In some of his contentions he stood 8toodindividually stoodindividually
individually and it can be said to his hiscredit hiscredit
credit that be Justified his beliefs with withample withample
ample proof In his dally practice 1ft 1fthis Inhis
his individuality and spirit of p progress progresshe rest resthe
he was far ahead of the usual orthodox orthodoxsurgeon orthodoxsurgeon
surgeon and while he Was as not con conserva conservative erva ervalive
live It cannot be said that he was rad radical radical
ical His death will be a distinct Iou Iouto lossto
to the state as well as the country at atlarge atlarge
large For had he lived several years yearelonger yearslonger
longer he would probably have added addedconsiderable addedconsiderable
considerable to the science of surgery surgeryFrank surgeryFrank
Frank Niles son of the departed sur surgeon surgeon
geon arrived yesterday from Los An Angeles Angeles
geles and the onl only daughter Bessie Bes81Niles BessieNiles
Niles Is on her wa way to Salt Lake from fromMilwaukee fromMilwaukee
Milwaukee Mrs Niles Is prostrate with withgrief withgrief
grief and under the care of a physician physicianFuneral physicianFuneral
Funeral arrangements have not yet yetbeen yetbeen
been made madeSOLDIERflVANT
eo eoSOlDifRS
SOlDifRS SOLDIERflVANT WANT i
TO READ DIARY DIARYPersonal
Personal Journal Kept During DuringCivil DuringCivil
Civil Jar by Salt LakerJs LakerJsFather LakersFather
Father of Interest InterestE
E H Graham of No 236 3i South Third ThirEast ThirdEast
East street a Western Union telegraph telegraphoPirator telegraphoperator
operator ball received d letter from fromGeorge fromGeorge
George C James of Cincinnati a mem memiter niemher
her of the Sixth Ohio yalunteer infantry Jnfantryduring infantryduring
during the civil war and at present sec secretary seeretary
retary of the organization referri referring g to toA toa
A diary written during the da days s of 186 186by 1S6by
by J Frank Graham father of the thetelegrapher thetelegrapher
telegrapher telegrapherThe
The dllr disty of Mr Ir Graham who dl died diedtwentytwo d dtwentytwo
twentytwo years ago described the ex experitnces experiences
peritnces during A portion of the war warand ar arand
and was shown by his IOn to the mom members momhers
hers of the Ohio delegation at the recent recententampment recentencampment
encampment entampmentThe
The father of Mr Graham was first ftrstlieutenant firstlieutenant
lieutenant In the Sixth Ohio ItOO the theletter theletter
letter from Mr James says he remem remembers rememhers
hers his former comrade quite well as ashc ashe
hc was one of the officers who was al always a aways
ways ready for duty and attended to toeerythlng toeverything
everything promptly The letter said saidthe saidthe
the writer would present the Informa Information information
tion obtained from the diary to the themembers themembers
members of the delegation at the meet meeting meeting
ing of the regiment Oct 3 and addcI addcIthat addeithat
that the writer was sure it would be of ofInterest ofInterest
Interest to the old soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe
The writer of the diary went through throughmany throughmany
many of the hard battles of the war and andwas andwag
was severely wounded at Fredt Fredericks Fredericksburg > rlck8 rlck8burg
burg
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To DAYS DAYSCE1BRATION DAYSCE1BRATIONElaborate C E8RATIDN E8RATIDNElaborate
Elaborate Preparations Have Been BeenMade BeenMade
Made for the Feast of the theTabernacle theTabernacle
Tabernacle TabernacleElaborate TabernacleElaborate
Elaborate preparations have been beenmade beenmade
made by Rabbi Joseph Hevesh of Con Congregation Congregation
gregation lIontefolre for the celebration celebrationof
of the Feast of the Tabernacle which whichbegins whichbegins
begins a1 sunset this evening and con contInues eontlnues
tInues for two days During the cele celebration celebration
bration regular services will be held heldA
A booth reminiscent of the manner mannerIn
In which the Isrealltes Iied while in inthe inthe
the wilderness has been erected and andwill andwilt
will be open to the inspection of all allThe allThe
The booth has been decorated with withflowers withflowers
flowers fruits and leaves according to tothe tothe
the custom of the church Thursday at at10HI
10HI a m Rabbi Hecsh will 111 preach on onThe onThe
The Festival of Rejoicing RejoldngTherEs RejoicingTheres
TherEs nothing like sham in tamed tamedWa8atch tamedWasatch
Wa8atch ham hamIts haniIts
Its rich and its all to the good goodTheres goodTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatround fatround
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way that It Itshould itshould
should shouldHighest
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Highest price paid for strictly fresh freshegg fresheggs
egg THE RO ROYAL AL CAFE
MAYORS ASKfD TO ATTEND ATTfNDConvention ATTENDConvention
Convention of the State Library and andGymnasium andGymnasium
Gymnasium Commission Ootoher
7 at University UniversityMayors
Mayors oC all towns In the state are areInvited areinvited
Invited to attend the convention Oct 1 7at 1at
at the University of Utah of the tate statelibrary tatelibrary
library and gymnasium mna lum commission commlsslnI commissionMayors
Mayors are authorized to appoint a as many manydelegates manydelegates
I delegates as they Me fit fitOfficial fitOfficials
Official believe It Win be 8 mo moat t en enthu anthuslastlc
thu thuslastlc laetic meeting as it Is intended to toorgaAlze toorganize
organize a state library gymnasium gymnasium1eague gymnasiumleague
league Letters have been received that thatoutside thatoutside
outside toJ1s are much Interested InterestedEureka InterestedEureka
Eureka will dedicate her UbrlU library Oct OctManti lJ lJManU
ManU has a 30000 armory armorygymnasium um in incourse incourse
course of construction The Tooele Car Carnegie Caraegis
aegis lIbrary w almOlllt ready and Ce Ce4ar Ce4arCity < 1ar 1arCity
City has a library gymna gymnasium lum already eg egtabllshed estabUshed
tabllshed tabllshedAt
At the convention repreeentattve from fromthe fromthe
the various clUes will vote on mainten maintenance maintenance
ance tax and decide whether a stlta stltaleague stteleague
league Is advisable AU Utahns intf Inter Interested > r rested
ested are Invited InvitedPEMBROKE invitedPEMBROKE
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