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10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UT UTAHTUESDAYOGTOBER191909 H TUESDAY OCTOBER 191909 19 1909
VAUDEVILLE V AT ATTHE ATTFII
THE BUNGALOW BUNGALOWFamolls
Famous Pantages Attractions AttractionsWill
Will Be Seen in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeSTOCK LakeSTOCK LakeSTOCK
STOCK COMPANY LEAVES LEAVESNEW
NEW BILLS WILL BE PUT ON ONEACH ONEACH ONEACH
EACH THURSDAY NIGHT NIGHTAnnouncement NIGHTAnnouncEment NIGHTAnnouncement
Announcement was made last night of ofan ofan ofan
an important theatrical deal which has hasbeen haslHeft hasbfen
been pending for more than a year ear and to toYhteh towhich towhich
which Manager R A Grant of the Co Colonial Colonial Co1otaI ¬
lonial and Bungalow has been devoting a arsat asr ajrat
sr jrat rsat t deal of his time since the pretty prettyHI prettyJkngalow prettyThngaIow
Jkngalow HI ngalow theatre was built and leased leaaedto
10 the Northwest Theatrical syndicate of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which John Cort of Seattle is general generalin generalmDager generalInnsger
in inager and R A Grant the resident residentin residentI111nager residentninager
in master Manager Grant made it known knownlat knownla knownIat
lat la it night that the Bungalow has at last lastee lastI lastne
ee I > e ured the Pantages attractions and that thatal1 thatal
t al1 al the stars of that famous vaudeville vaudevillecucuit vaudevillech vaudevilleeieuit
cucuit ch cult will appear in Salt Lake on their theirtr
tr p pa across the country The Arington Aringtonplayers Aringtonlllyer Arlngtonpflyers
players will close at the Bungalow Sun Sunti Suniay
ti iay < i Ii y night next and Pantages attractions attractionstv
tv w1 wIl II begin Thursday night Oct 28 28It 28I 8 8It
It I t has been known f9r several years yearsth yearsth
th it t as noon as the Pantages circuit could couldse
se ure sufficient theatres on the coast coastth coastihre
th ihre > re would be a chance for some theatre theatreov theatreowner theatreovner
ov owner ner in Salt Lake to do a good stroke strokeof
of business The Bungalow theatre was wasor wasorinally wasorginally
or ginally built with the expectation of ofho ofllOufillng ofiuiusing
ho llOufillng using the Pantages attractions but buttli butthl butthy
tli thy sy Y were delayed in coming and the lea least lesHt leasa ¬
st sa of the house have been using it gen generally generally generally ¬
erally for stock companies Wlllard Mack Mackmd Macktd Iacknnd
md an excellent com comllany any appeared appt > ared there therefor thertor therefor
for a time until Mr Mack became ill and and1t andit
It was seen that he would not be able to toreturn toirlturtl tor1urn
return to his usual form for many manymonths manymonths manymonths
months monthsManager monthsanager monthsManager
Manager anager Arington and his players then thentook thentook thent
took t ok the Bungalow at the beginning of ofthis ofthis ofthia
this season and have been steadily grow growing growing growing
ing in favor The capacity of the house househas howe11aS househas
has been taxed practically every cer night re ret repntly rePntly
t pntly and It will be a matter of regret regretto
to those who admire a good stock com company company cornpatty ¬
pany that the Arington players are to toleave toleave toleave
leave the Bungalow A good stock com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan Is an excellent advertisement for a acity adty aity
city ity and with the th withdrawal of Mr MrArington MrArington 11 11Arlnllrton
Arington it leaves Salt Lake without a astock astock atock
stock company worthy of the name nameProgram nameProgram nameProgram
Program Changes Thursdays ThursdaysThere
There will be a change of program each eachneck eachweek eachweek
week at the Bungalow with the Pantages Pantagesittractions Pantagesttractlons Pantagesttractons
ittractions the new bill beginning each eachThursday eachrhursc1RY eachnight
Thursday night The various vaudeville vaudevilleteams vaudevilletfams vaudevIIilearns
teams and companies will play the coast coastcities coastcities coastcities
cities closing cl sin with San Francisco then thenc thentmlng thenturning
c turning to Salt Lake for a week and going goingon
on I to Denver The first bill will be put puton puttn putn
on n Thursday night Oct 2S and there will willbe villIIP
IIP 1 a daily matinee thereafter thereafterThere thereafterThere thereafterThere
There was considerable rivalry in Salt SaltI SaltJakt SaltLake
I Lake ake among theatre owners and lessees Iet > sees to togather toIather toiather
Iather in the Pantages and get their Sail Sailake Sa Salake SailLake
lake business The Grand theatre which whichis
is i a member of the Pelton Smutzer Smutzertank Smutzprtank Smutzertank I
tank circuit is among amon those that bid bidfor bidfor bidfr
for the vaudeville but lost out through throughsleeping throughslpeping throughsleeping
sleeping on the job much in the sam samomanner sammanner 8m 8mmanner
manner as the Grand lost the Shubert Shubertattractions ShubeltCjttratlon Shubetattractions
attractions forcing the lessees to go into intoB
B l losing vntiire ntnrt < > with wit h a stock company
SCOTTISH RITE RIHfRff
1 fRff FREEMASONRY FREEMASONRYSupreme MASONRY
Supreme Council for the South Southern ¬
ern em Jurisdiction Now in inSession inSession inSession
Session SessionWashington Sessioni
i Washington Oct 18 18ttended Attended by b the thet
F t ree Masona of the highest standing i ia in
a 1 I America the biennial meeting meeU g of ths thss th thIi
s pretne council of the Scottish Rite RiteF RiteFry Free Freei
i i isonry ry for the southern Jurisdiction of ofi
i e I United Stats Stat s assembled here today todajS tOOavereign
S vereign Grand Commander James D DTi DIt DTt
Ti ehardson of the southern south rn jurisdiction jurisdictioni
i lied the meeting to order there being beingj
j > agent < ent among others General Samuel Samuelocker Sftmuelocker Samuelocker
< ocker Laurence sovereign 1K reign grand com comn
n iwder of the northern jurisdiction anti an anJI antij
01 j John M Gibson sovereign grand com comi corntnder
i i inder of the supreme council of Can Cant Canhe
t > 18 < a
rhe address addr of Grand Commander Rich Richa
a 8111 i rison contained a detailed review of th thin thhi >
hi tory of the order during the past 8st two twoara
ars arsIt ar8It
1 It Is worthy of comment he said
1 t liat there are more members of our ourb
b dies filling seats in the senate and amih
h I < use of representatives in Washington Washingtontf
tf t this time than thare were Wf > re members of oftl ofti
tl = Rite in several states of our jurisdic jurisdict
t in which I could name twentyfive twentyfiveirs
irs rs ago These facts ale not referred referredt
t tr by me as evidence of the popularity popularityci
ci 1 the order or in n the nature of selfadu selfaduI
I ion or glorification but to show that thatti
ti 1 re is a profundity of meaning in this thisi
oi i i ilosophv and dogma which engrossa engrossai cngroassseTlous
i i ser leMmIS ous attention of men of ability abiJIt abiJItllrnlng
1 llrnlng irning and culture and further to show showidence showidence showt
t idence of th fact that as the Rite Ritepiowa RileJI RiteZIIWS
piowa JI nwlI widens multiplies and enlarges its itsopt Itsope Itspe
opt pe of influence there will not be > want wanting wanti wantihg ¬
ing i II strongminded and stronghearted strongheartedj strongheartec1tmbeno strongheartediumbers
j cmbers properly propt > rly to utilize its poten potent potentalities
t ilities and judiciously given in its coun
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GEORGE BESS GRANTED GRANTEDA
A LICENSE ON TRIAL TRIALfter
After fter ft r listening to a few more talks for forit foraii
it aii liO it II against the issuance of a liquor Ii lii IihiS Iiiae
< i hiS iiae to George Bens lk > ss at Twelfth South
I West Temple streets the county com commissioners eommi8ldoners cornnhiasio4lers ¬
missioners yesterday decided to tt issue l sue a arial airial
11 rial lal license for three thh > e months If the theulate the1tlae theIace
ulate becomes disorderly or if a petition petitionsriied petitionld pctitioniied
sriied ld by 8 ft per P < r cent of the voters of that thatrl
rl 1 > ction district i iM presented the license licensewill licensew licensewill
w will ill be revoked Bess had more than 200 200ajnws 200Fi O Oners
Fi ajnws nrs while the petition against him himontained himttntalnld himintaincd
ontained only onl 10ft names
LETTER DUPLICATING MACHINES MACHINESThe
The new Edison Mimeograph Mlme graph and an the theJIMV thenow thelw
now Planotype are right up to date datoNot datet dateNot
Not < t necessary any more to pay a 500 oo ooA for fori fo foil
il A i perfect letter duplicates duplicatesPembroke dupllcaterJ duplicaterPembroke
Pembroke J > Stationery Co are agents
McCoys livery carriage and light light1vprv 1I1 lIght1vPry t tPTV
1vprv PTV Roth phones Si SiWhile l l6Net
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While this Company guaran guarantees guarantees guarantees ¬
tees the safety of our Secured SecuredCertificates SecuredCertificates SecuredCertificates
Certificates they are also se secured seecured secured ¬
cured by first mortgages on onSalt onSalt onSalt
Salt Lake L 1ke real estate and if de desired desired ¬
2 sired the mortgage will be as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed on the record to the theholder theholder theholder
holder of the Certificate Thus Thusdouble Thusdouble Thusdouble
double security is offered on an aninvestment aninvestment aninvestment
investment yielding 6 per cent centnet centnetbeing centnetbeing
net netbeing being free from taxes taxesSalt taxesSalt taxesslt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity LlkSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustConlpnny TrustCoznpiiny
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Highest prce paid tor strictly utrlctlyeggs trea3 trea3egg1 freaeggs
eggs THE ROYAL CAFE CAFEWASATCH CAFEWASATCH CAPEWASATCH
WASATCH BACON BACONA BACONAstreak
A Astreak streak of fat a streak o of lean leanWith leanWith leanWIth
With lots ot 0 goodness in between betweenr
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MRS ALBERTA L AUBREY of 173 1 B Kstreet Bstreet Bstreet
street rose from her seat in a Third Thirdavenue Thirdavenue Thirdavenue
avenue car and fell at full length In Ina InR Ina
a dead faint In the aisle She was car carried carried carned ¬
ried into the Brigham Street pharmacy pharmacynearby pharmacynearb pharmacynearby
nearby and revived Later her son took tookher tookher tookher
her home in a carriage carriageNo CaniageNo carriageNo
No table at this season of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the year when typhoid fever feveris
is prevalent should be with without without without ¬
out outPints
outWhite
White Rock RockWater ock ockWater
Water WaterPints
Pints splits quarts or oiIiaf oiIiafgallons half halfgallons halfgallons
gallonsSchrarnmJofmson gallonsSchrammJohnson gallons gallonsSchrammJoiinson
SchrammJoiinson Drugs DrugsSecond OrusSecond
Second South and West Temple TempleWhere TempleWliere TenipheWhere
Where the cars stop stopMain stopMain StopMain
Main and Fifth South SouthWest SouthWeM SouthWem
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TfifcHARKOP TfifcHARKOPAny HARKOP AGUA AGUAAny
Any silverware in our store storeis
is guaranteed so you cannot cannotmake cannotmake cannotmake
make any mistake in buying buyingWe
We Te carry a large variety of ofpatterns ofpatterns ofpatterns
patterns so that you may mayexercise mayexercise mayexercise
exercise the same taste in inyour inyour inyour
your selection as you can at atour atour atour
our silver counter counterJ1I counterSAl
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Every very person who is in interested interested i iterested ¬
terested in the correct correctfashions corroctfashions
fashions 1 in in S men clothes clotheswill clothesvill clotheswill h
will visit the theNew theNew theI
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StyLXow Style e Show s ow owN
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Xow N or on at thisstore this tore The Thonew rrllC11ew Theiiew
new ideas in style and andfabric tln tlnfabric arnifabric
fabric are shown in the theexclusive theexclusive theexchisive
exclusive models of ofBenjamin ofBenjamin ofS ofBenjamin
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Benjamin BenjaminClothes BenjaminClothes 1 1J
J Clothes ClothesEvery ClothesEvery ClothesEvery
Every style represents representsthe
y the authoritative fashion fashionthat fashionthat fashionthat
that is recognized by the thebest the1iMl1ltCloth thecjijanhin
cjijanhin 1iMl1ltCloth Clot s1 best dressers dr ssers and the best besttailors bestJift besttailors
Jift d 8enJatIJihO I m tailors in In New N ev York YorkSuits YorkSuits
It ItSuits
Suits and Coats are areI arei8
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We e Take ae Orders for Cadet Uniforms UniformsNew LniforIl1SN tnhformsNew
New N ev Store 245 21 So Main Street StreetTell StreetTell Streeti
i Tell Your Painter PainterThat PainterThat PainterThat
That You Want WantHim WantHim
4 Him to Use UseA
A Paint for forEvery fl 1 1Every
Every Purpose EveryPurpose A icme erne Q ua uanty Ie IeEvery Ity
Paint PaintYhether
Whether its painting a new newhouse nerhouse newhouse
house or an old a kitchen kitchendoor kitchendoor kitchendoor
door or a steam pipe you youought yonought youought
ought to use good paint paintWhen paintYhen paintWrhen
When you use Acme Quality Qualityyou
you use the best Looks bet better better better ¬
ter wears better and is better betterCulmer betterCulmer betterCulmer
Culmer Paint Glass Co CoFinest CoFinest CoFinest
Finest Paint Store in the West
37 East First South
Citizens and Democrats Attention
To the chairmen and workers of each eachof eachof eachof
of the Salt Lake City election dis districts districts dlstricts ¬
tricts trictsA tricts4ineeting
A meeting of the greatest importance importanceto
to the success of our campaign will be beheld bfheld beheld
held at the theCITIZENSDEMOCRATIC theCITIZENSDEMOCRATIC theCITIZENSDEMOCRATIC
CITIZENSDEMOCRATIC HEAD HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERS ¬
QUARTERS QUARTERSColonial QUARTERSColonial QUARTERSColonial
Colonial theatre building on Tuesday Tuesdayevening TUesdaevening Tuesdayevening
evening Oct 19 at 8 oclock Each Eachelection Eahelection Eachelection
election district chairman is asked tc tcsee tcsee tosee
see to it that at least five workers from fromhis fronhis fronthis
his ELECTION DISTRICT attend this thismeeting thismeeting thismeeting
meeting We Ve request that every mem
Theres nothing like sham in tamed famedWasatch tamedWasatch tamedWasatch
Wasatch ham hamIts hamIts hamIts
Its rich and its all to the good goodTheres SOMTheres goodTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fairound fa faround fatround
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way that U I Ishould flshould Ushould
should
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Pioneer Roofing RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnbhed Roofin9Furnished
Furnished laid and guaranteed by b bLAMBERT bLAMBERT
LAMBERT PAPER CO coI C
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her of the Democratic and Citizens city citycommittee citycommittee citycommittee
committee be present Five hundred hundredenergetic hundredenergetic hundredenergetic
energetic workers will assure a8 Ure the suc success success suecons ¬
cess of our short and vigorous cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign paignWe paignI paignWe
We particularly request re < tue t that the la ladies ladies hadies ¬
I dies attend this meeting dont wait for fora
i a personal per onal invitation as we feel that thatthey thatthey
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they are especially Interested in our oursuccess oursuccess oursuccess
success successVfe successWe successWe
We have commodious headquarters headquarterson
on the ground floor of the beautiful Co Colonial Colonial Celonial ¬
lonial theatre building entirely free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from objectionable surroundings surroundingsBENJAMIN surroundingsBENJAMIN surroundingsBENJAMIN
BENJAMIN T 1 LLOYD LLOYDChairman LLOYDChairman LLOYDChairman
Chairman Joint Campaign Committee
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In patent calf or kid kidIn kidIn kidIn
In lace or button buttonOpposite
350 and 400
214 Main MainOpposite MainOpposite
Opposite Kenyon
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INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONi
i I BY GOVERNMENT GOnRNMfNTUnited
United States Attorney AttorneyProsecute Will WillProseoute WillProsecute
Prosecute Persons Who WhoDrugged WhoDrugged WhoDrugged
Drugged Soldiers SoldiersUnited
United States District Attorney Hiram HiramE
E Booth BO th will take up an Investigation InvestigationJoday Investigationtodar Investigation4oday
Joday of the charges against George GeorgeKeniger GeorgeRenlger GeorgeReniger
Keniger a discharged soldier and various variousmembeis variousmembels variousmembers
members of the Salt Lake police force forceof forceof
of having entered into a plot to defraud defraudthe
the United States government at the cost costof costof costof
of the liberty and reputations of soldiers soldiersof
of the Fifteenth infantry infantryIf
If the suspicions against members mem ers of the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police force prove to be true prosecutions prosecutionswill
will follow and several police officers officerswill officerswill officerswill
will stand well In the way for a term in inLeavenworth InLeavtnworth inLeavenworth
Leavenworth prison Renlger against againstwhom againstwhom againstwhom
whom the evidence Is conclusive will willstand willstand willstand
stand trial on a charge of kidnaping and andforcibly andforcibly andforcibly
forcibly detaining soldiers against their theirwill theirKIIL theirwill
will The minimum sentence is five years yearsin ears earsIn
in prison prisonSince prisonSince primaSince
Since Kcnlger was dishonorably dis discharged discharged discharged ¬
charged from the Fifteenth infantry four fourmonths fourmonths fourmonths
months ago there have been no less than
35 3 desertions which the officers of the theregiment tooregiment theregiment
regiment have reason to believe were due dueto dueto dueto
to the infamous doping system con conducted conducted contiucted ¬
ducted by Reniger and the police Who Whothe Whothe Vhothe
the pqlicemen are who were in on the thediabolical thediabolical thediabolical
diabolical plot cannot be determined at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present until a thorough investigation investigationhas
has been conducted although suspicion suspicionpoints suspicionpoints suspicionpoints
points strongly to certain patrolmen patrolmenChief
Chief of Police S M Barlow has de declared declared dedared ¬
clared his intentions of slrtlng the matter matterto
to the bottom As yet he is not ready readyto
to give out the names of the suspected of officers officers officers ¬
ficers Thorough investigation is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to bring to light details of the thefoulest thefoulest thefoulest
foulest scandal that ever shook the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake police department departmentFortunately departmentFortunately departmentFortunately
Fortunately the military authorities authoritieshave authoritieshave authoritieshave
have in their possession exact datawhereby data datawhereby datawhereby
whereby the guilty parties can be run to toearth toearth toearth
earth The records kept at Fort Douglas Douglasshow Douglasshow Douglasallow
show the names of every deserter and in inthe Inthe Inthe
the cases of those returned the arrest arresting arresting arrestbig ¬
ing officer is named and it is to these thesethat thesethat thesethat
that the government paid the 50 fine per perhead perhead perhead
head for deserters desertersYesterday desertersYesterday desertersYesterday
Yesterday the police raided several severalrooming 8eeralrooming severalrooming
rooming houses about the city searching searchingfor
for alleged accomplices of Reniger and andalso andalso andalso
also for the three artificial deserters deserterswho deserterswho > rs rswho
who are thought to still be in the hands handsof
of the dopers dopt > rs Meanwhile Chief Barlow Barlowis
is searching through his own department departmentfor
for other accomplices of Reniger he says saysInventigation saysInventigation saysInventigation
Inventigation conducted by b the fort of officers officers ofjeers ¬
ficers yesterday revealed further detail detailof detailsof
of the system syst > m From one of these sol soldiers soldiers mltiers ¬
diers It vas learned that policemen policemenactually policemenactually poilcemenactually
actually entered ent < red the drug den while the themen themen themen
men were being held and talked with withReniser withReniger ithRenlger
Reniser
AGITATOR PUT PUTI PUTUNDERARREST
UNDER UNDERARREST UNDERARRESTMexican ARREST ARRESTMexioan
Mexican Attorney and Author AuthorUses AuthorUses AuthorUses
Uses Mouth Too Freely in inLos inLos inLos
Los Angeles AngelesLos
Los Angeles Oct 18 18Guiterrez de Lara LaraMexican LaraIexican LaraMexican
Mexican attorney attorne and author was arrest arrested ¬
ed today by b United States immigration immigrationservice Immigrationsprvlcc immigrationservice
service inspectors acting under orders ordersfrom ordersI ordersfrom
I from the department of commerce and andi andlabor andlabor
i labor De D Lara became widely wide known re rerentl repenU reeently
rentl as the man who accompanied a awell awpll awell
well known American magazine writer writerinto writerinto writerinto
into Mexico where he obtained Informa Information Information information ¬
tion for a series of articles on alleged allegedSlaverj allegedSlaver allegedSlavery
Slaver in Mexico MexicoDe IexlcoDe
De Laras friends allege that an effort effortborder effortis
is being made to railroad him across 6 the thehomer theborder
border into Mexico where the authorities authoritiesof
of the country might deal with him himDe himDe himDe
De Lara was arrested here Oct 9 two twodays twod8s twodays
days before President Tafts arrival to together together togather ¬
gether with three or four other Mexi Mexicans Mexicans Iexlcans ¬
cans charged with disturbing th the > peace peaceIt
It was alleged an d that tB tne they y had made in incendiary Incendlar incendlary ¬
cendiary cendlar speeches in the public plaza and andwere andwere andwere
were locked up as a precautionary meas measure measure messure ¬
ure for the safety of President Taft TaftDe TaftLara TaftDo
De Lara is one of the national social socialist socialist social1st ¬
ist organizers of the United States hav having having haying ¬
ing been appointed from socialist head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters in Chicago ChicagoChief Chlca ChicagoChief o oChief
Chief Inspector Ridgway said today that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the local immigration bureau was acting actingontielj actingcnticly actingentirely
entirely under orders from Washington
I I 0 0JAP
i I I i i JAP BANKS RUN RUNAGAINSTA
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Three in California Closed ClosedDoors ClosedDoors ClosedDoors
Doors of Ogden Bank Not NotYet r NotYet ot otYet
Yet Shut ShutS
S SD ° n Francisco Franci co Oct IS 1SThe The Japanese JapaneseAmerican JapaneseAmerican JapaneseAmerican
American bank of this city cit was closed closedtoday closedtodft3o closedtoday
today by b State Superintendent of Bank Banking Banking Bankbig ¬
ing Alden Anderson after an examina examination examination ¬
tion conducted conc uct > d by the state bank com commissioners commlsstonErs cornmissloners ¬
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missioners since Aug 25 ii of this year It Itwas Itwas itwas
was hoped by the commissioners that the thebanks thebanks tilebanks
banks affairs would be adjusted without withoutdrastic withoutdrastic wIthoutdrastic
drastic action but a crisis was brought broughton
on b by > a run on the Los Angeles branch branchwhich branchwWch branchwhich
which was caused by b the rumor that the theSa theSaramcnto theSacramento
Sa Sacramento Japanese bank closed re reccntl renUy recently
ccntl cently nUy > l by > the commission was connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the JapaneseAmerican bank bankOn bankOn bankOn
On receipt of news of a run on the Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles branch Superintendent Anderson Andersonordered Andersonorderal Andersonordered
ordered the immediate closing of both the theSan theSan theSan
San Francisco bank and the Los Angeles Angelesbranch Angelesbranch Angelesbranch
branch The bank has a branch in Ogden Ogdenalso Ogdenaltl Ogdenalso
also altl and a telegram was sent to the gov governor gOYernor governor ¬
ernor of Utah by b the California bank bankcommissioners bankommlsslonelS bankcommissioners
commissioners suggesting that this be beclosed beclosed beclosed
closed closedOgden closedOgden closedOgden
Ogden Utah Oct IS ISThough Though the Jap JapaneseAmerican JapaneseAmerican JallaneseAmerlcan ¬
aneseAmerican bank of Ogden is a abranch abranch abranch
branch of the California institution the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local bank is still open and doing heal business bU51DeB5 healfleas ¬
ness and the officers In control state they thejhave the thehae theyhave
have no instructions to close and will willtake willtake willtake
take no action until further advices are arerecened arerectied arereceived
received There are said to be a number numberof
of white depositors in the local bank
STILL HOLDS voiosni THf RECORD RfCORDI
Prof T S C Lowe Made Remark Remarkable Remarkable ¬
able Flight in a Balloon Nearly NearlyHalf NearlyHalf NearlyHalf
Half Century Ago AgoUnion Agornion AgoUnion
Union S C Oct IS 1SThe The claim that A AB ALambert AB
B Lambert and S Louis von on Puhl mem members membeno menihers ¬
hers of the Aero club of St Louis estab established estahIIshed established ¬
lished new worlds records for long tile distance dl dltance tiletance ¬
tance and speed in aeronautics is chal challenged challenged chalhanged ¬
lenged by parties who have records recordsshowing recortlsshowing recordsallowing
showing that a higher speed pe was attained attainedin
in a balloon voyage made fortyeight fortyeightyears
years ago agoThe AgOThe agoThe
The aeronautic feat referred to was that thatof thatof thatof
of Professor T S C Lowe head of Lowe Loweobservatory Loweobsenatory Iweobservatory
observatory near Pasadena Pasa ena Cal who whoon whoon whoon
on April 20 1861 ascended in a balloon at atCincinnati atClrwinnati atCincinnati
Cincinnati at 330 a m and at 1230 p m mof mof mof
of the same day landed at Penrldge In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this county count Although in the air only onlyninf onlyniDI onlynine
nine hours Professor Proe or Lowe covered an anirlinc analrllnc aniirhlne
irlinc distance of 600 miles not including includingseveral Includingseveral includingseveral
several hundred miles additional caused causedby causedby
by his balloon being caught In an air cur current curNlnt current ¬
rent and carried over Virginia thence to tothe tothe tothe
the South Carolina sea coast before beforereaching heforereaching beforereaching
reaching his landing place near here
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Royal Stale Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open S to 5 p m daily dnll Entrance on onThird onThird onThird
Third South Good bread very cheap
ORPHEUM TI TICKETS KEIS GIVEN AWAY AWAYBY AVVAYBY
BY THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANSomewhere
Somewhere in the classified columns of every issue of The HeraldRe HeraldRepublican HeraldRepubHcan HeraldRepubilcan ¬
publican will be found an order for two seats at the Orpheum theatre good goodfor goodfor goodfor
for either matinee or evening performance on date of issue The person whose whosename whosename whosename
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JULIAN RILEY HiltyBACK RILEYBACK
BACK fROM TRIP TRIPDeputy
Deputy United States Marshal MarshalSurprised MarshalSurprised MarshalSurprised
Surprised by Activity on onReservation onReservation onReservation
Reservation ReservationJulian
Julian Riley Rile chief deputy In the office officeof
of the United States marshal returned returnedMoqday returnedloQday returnedMoxday
Moqday from a ten days trip through throughthe
the Ulntah reservation district where he heserved heserved heserved
served subpoenas on twelve witnesses wllne ses who whoare whoRre whoare
are to appear appt > ar in the case of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States against A A George scheduled in inthe Inthe inthe
the United States court here Nov 8 being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the first case scheduled on the calendar calendarCattle calendarCattle calendartattle
Cattle stealing is charged chargedMr
Mr Rile Riley went from here to Price and andthen andthen andthen
then traveled overland to Antelope can canyon canyon canyon ¬
yon Theodore Myton Roosevelt and Fort FortDuchesne FortDuchesne FortDuchesne
Duchesne having driven 1 about 250 miles milesoverland milesoverllind milesoverland
overland He reported that the farmers farmersthroughout farmersthroughout farmersthroughout
throughout the district are feeling good goodabout goodabout goodabout
about the prospects for the year crops cropshaving cropshaving cropshaving
having been n very ver good There is a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of work being done throughout the thedistrict thedistrict tIledistrict
district Mr lr Riley expressing his sur surprise surprise stirprise ¬
prise at the amount of work on the gov government govErnmcnt govemInent ¬
emInent canal near Myton MytonMr
Mr rr Riley said the chief thing which is isdesired Isdesired Isdesired
desired by the residents of th the < district at atpresent atprpsent atpresent
present is a mail route and better means meansof meansof
of transportation between Price and My Myton Myton Myton ¬
ton a distance of eightytwo miles In Indriving Indriving indriving
driving from Price to Myton Mr Ir Riley Rileysaw Rileysaw Rileysaw
saw about fifty teams which were hauling haulingfreight lIauUngfrilght haulingfreight
freight to Myton The teamsters get one oneand oneand oneand
and onehalf cents a pound ound The haul haultakes haultakes i
takes about four days
CITY WIll SRi SRiSOMf SELLSOMEPROPERTY
SOMf SOMEPROPERTY SOMEPROPERTYReal PROPfRTY PROPfRTYReal
Real Estate EstateFirmMakes Firm Makes Offer Offerand Offerand Offerand
and Developments Will WillFollow WillFollow WillFollow
Follow FollowReal
Real estate and building developments developmentsin
in the downtown business district with within ¬
in a block or two of the Newhouse sky skyscrapers skyscrapers skyscrapers ¬
scrapers are occurring with amazing ra rapidity rapldlt rapklity ¬
pidity The making of a street in the theblock theblock theblock
block bounded by State and Second East Eaststreets Eaststreets Eaststreets
streets to run north and south between betweenThird betweenThird betweenThird
Third and Fourth South streets is the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest move in the great development developmentgame
game This street is to be paved curbed curbedand curbedRnd curbedand
and guttered and will ill be presented to tothe tothe tothe
the city clt by b the Houston Real Estate In Investment Investment Investment ¬
vestment company companyThis companyThis companyThis
This handsome hand80 J gift to the city was wasconditional wasconditional wasconditional
conditional on the purchase of a piece of ofiound ofround ofground
round owned by the city in Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street between State and Second SecondEast SeeondEast SecondEast
East having a frontage of 47 4 474 feet C CW CJohnson CW
W Johnson secretary and treasurer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Houston Real Estate Est te Investment com company company cornpany ¬
pany appeared before the city council councillast courwfllast councillast
last night and in behalf of the company companyoffered companyoffered companyoffered
offered 15000 for this property with the theunderstanding theunderstanding theunderstanding
understanding that if the sale was made madethe madethe madethe
the company would cut a street through throughthe
the block and give it to the city cityOn cityOn cityOn
On motion of Councilman T R Black Blackwhich Blackwhich Blackwhich
which was to the effect that the street streetpaved streetbl
bl paved with asphaltum curbed and gut guttered gutrered guttered ¬
tered the offer was accepted by unani unanimous unanimous unanimona ¬
mous vote of the council councilThe councilThe councIlThe
The purchase of this piece of city prop property property property ¬
erty and the announcement of the cut cutting cutting cutting ¬
ting in of the new street are but a fore forerunner forerunner forerunner ¬
runner it is said of important develop developn developments developments
n ments in that section It is rumored that thatoptions thatoptions thatoptions
options on a number of pieces of valuable valuableproperty valuableproperty valuableproperty
property in this blook have been secured
I THlEVfS MME GOOD HAUL HAULi
i
Bold Robbers Enter Home and Strip StripHallway StripHallway StripHallway
Hallway While Family Par Partakes Partakes Partakes ¬
takes of Meal MealEntering MealEntering MealEntering
Entering through the front door wlnl wlnlthe whilthe whiIthe
the family famll was at supper > r in the next nextroom nextroom nextroom
room with the door ajar thieves stripped strippedthe
the home of Harry Harr McCune 68 South SouthFifth SouthFifth SouthFifth
Fifth West street of every article of ofclothing ofclothing ofclothing
clothing in the hallway Two railroad railroaduniforms railroadunlformg railroaduniforms
uniforms one suit of clothes a full length lengthovercoat lengthovercoat lengthovercoat
overcoat a MO tO watch and chain silk silkdresses silkdressc silkdresses
dresses and wraps of the total value of ofJ2SO of25O
J2SO 250 were stolen stolenOne stolenOne stolenOne
One pair of trousers were left after they theyhad th2 th2had theyhad
had been rifled of a purse containing sev several several soyeral ¬
eral dollars dollarsMr
Mr r McCune had just returned r from Los LosAngeles LosAngelec LosAngeles
Angeles and had sat down to supper with withnis withhis wIthnis
nis family famll As he seated himself he heswung heswung heswung
swung the door leading I to the hall par partially partially partially ¬
tially shut so as to cut off the draft draftFifteen draftFifteen draftFifteen
Fifteen minutes later lat r having occasion occasionto
to enter the hall McCune discovered th thburglary thburglary thburglary
burglary The police were notified but butas butas butas
as usual found no clue
0 0MACKAY
MACKAY COMING WEST WESTNew WEST1ew WESTNew
New York Oct IS 18Clarence Clarence Mackay Mackaypresident Mackaypregldent MackaypresIdent
president of the Postal Telegraph Cab Cablcompany Cabheompany Cabcompany
company left for Chicago Chlca o this evening eveningon
on a tour of inspection He was accom accompanied aecompanic aecornpanie ¬
panic by b Vice President Adams and oth other other other ¬
er officers The territory t rrltor to be covered coveredwill coeredwill coveredwill
will include the Pacific coast and an it is isexpected IIexpected isexpected
expected that 10000 miles of lines will i iinspected lIP lIPInspected beInspected >
inspected before the party returns to toNew toew toNew
New ew York
m
NfW SHVfR NOW NOWFILLED OW OWFILLEDNITH
FILLED FILLEDNITH WITH MUD MUDI MUDCouncilman UD UDCouncilman
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Councilman Says City Body Is IsLaughing IsLaughing IsLaughing
Laughing Stock of the thePublic thePublio thePublic
Public PublicWe
We are the laughing stock of the city cityin
in this intercepting sewer matter and we wemust Wemuet wemust
must do something There are two thou thousand thouaand thousand ¬
sand homes waiting to connect with the thesewer thesewer tilesewer
sewer and we must do something now nowThis nowThlH nowThis
This charge against the council was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made last night by Councilman Oliver OliverHodgson OliverHodgson OliverHodgeon
Hodgson and again touched the scandal scandalof
of the intercepting sewer and allied sew sewers sewen sewera ¬
ers The criticism of the council came cameafter cameafter cameafter
after a report had been read to the coun council councn cowicli ¬
cil from George O Chancy city engineer engineerThe
The report declared that the intercepting interceptingsewer
sewer is full of sediment flushed there therefrom therefrom therefrom
from the laterals by the contractor Mike MikeOConnor 1lIkoaOConnor MikaOConnor
OConnor superintendent of the Jame JameKennedy JameKennedy JameaKennedy
Kennedy Construction company The Thelarge Thelarge I Ilarge
large 15inch and 18inch pipe is now nowclogged nowclogged nowclogged
clogged un with this sediment and the thecontractor thecontractor thecontractor
contractor refuses to clean it itThis ftThis itThis
This puts another kink in the intercept intercepting ¬
ing sewer matter and will lengthen the thetime thetime thetime
time of connections At one place Sec Second Secoml Seeond ¬
ond South and Seventh West streets a abottom abottom abottom
bottom is still missing ml slng from the concrete concretemanhole cOllcretemanhole coticretemanhole
manhole manholeThe manholeThe manholeThe
The contractor has refused to touch touchthe touchthe touchthe
the intercepting sewer said City Clt Engi Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
neer Chancy He says 1m I was given or orders orders ortiers ¬
ders by the board of works to flush the thelaterals thelaterals thelaterals
laterals and no provision was made to totake totake totake
take care of the sediment sedimentCi IetllmentCHy sedimentCity
Ci City y Attorney H J Dlninny told the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council the city could not force the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor to do the work A letter was wasread wasread wasread
read from the board of works that the thesewer thesewer thesewer
sewer would be ready read for business on Oct
22 but the new kink will again lengthen lengthenthe
the time before the 300 300000 000 sewer which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should have been done a year and a half halfago halfago halfago I
ago is read ready > for business
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SfVfRAl SE VERAL NAMES tMMESARE NAMESARE
ARE MENTIONED MfNTIONfDConsiderable
Considerable Speculation as to toCranes toCranes toCranes
Cranes Successor as Min Minister Minister Mm Mmister ¬
ister to China ChinaWashington Chinaashington ChinaWashington
Washington Oct IS Speculation is isrife Isrife isrife
rife hera regarding the possible nominee nomineefor
for the position of minister to China Chinamado Chinamade Chinamade
made vacant by the resignation recently recentlyof
of Charles R Crane While several prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent persons both in and out of the dip ¬
lomatic service have been mentioned m ntloned as aspossibilities asposslbiUties aspossibilities
possibilities for the Chinese post nothing nothingmore
more substantial than rumor has as yet yetdeveloped yetdeveloped yetdeveloped
developed In the absence cf Secretary
Knox nothing definite upon th the subject subjectcan
can be obtained here hereAmerican hereA hereAmerican
American A rlcan interests are not suffering in inChina II IIChina InChina
China They The are re being looked after by
Henry P Fletcher of Pennsylvania now nowcharge nowcharge nowcharge
charge daffaires at Pekin It is known knownthe knowntlw knownthe
the Secretary Knox entertains a very
high regard for Mr 11 Fletcher for the man manner manner manner ¬
ner in which he has handled important importantmatters Importantmatters Importantmatters
matters mattersAmong mattersAmong mattersAmong
Among those mentioned in connection connectionwith connectionwith
with the position in addition to Mr MrFletcher MrFletcher Ir IrFletchr
Fletcher are Assistant Secretary of State StateHuntington StateHuntington StateHuntington
Huntington Wilson Charles E Magoon Magoonformer Magoonformer Iagoonfotmer
former provisional governor of Cuba CubaThomas CubaThmas CubaThomas
Thomas C Dawson retiring minister to toChile toChile toChile
Chile who Is now on his way here to as assume assume assume ¬
sume the duties of chief of the bureau of ofLatinAmerican ofLatinAmerican ofLatinAmerican
LatinAmerican affairs Stuyvesant Stu esant Fish Fishof Fishof Fishof
of Xew York and Guy Morrison Walker Walkeran
an attorney of New Xe York
FOUND or orMOTHfRS ONMOTHER3S
MOTHfRS GRAVE GRAVfSuicide
Suicide of F E Hanscome HanscomeCashier HanscomeCashier HanscomeCashier
Cashier of Wrecked Mineral MineralPoint MineralPoint MineralPoint
Point Wis Bank BankMineral BankMinerai BanicMineral
Mineral Point WIs Oct IS ISF F E EHanscome EHanscome EHanscome
Hanscome cashier of the tl wrecked First FirstNational FirstNational FirstNational
National bank of Mineral Point shot and andkilled audkilled aiidkilled
killed himself late last night His body bodywas boo boowas bodywas
was Immediately removed to the home of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his motherInlaw Mrs John Gray At Atsight Atsight Atsight
sight of the body Mrs Gray dropped droppeddead droppeddead droppeddead
dead deadHanscome deadHanscome deadHanscome
Hanscome was found at a late hour last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night lying over the grave of his hi mother motherin
in the family plot of the local cemetery cemeterylIe
lIe ended his life by shooting himself himselfthrough himselfthrough himselfthrough
through the head headHanscomes headHan headilanscomes
Hanscomes Han cornes heavy heav losses and worry over overthe overthe overthe
the fact that he had told the depositors depositorsshortly depositorsshortlr depositorsshortly
shortly before the bank failed that it itwas Itwas itwas
was all right are aresald said to be responsible responsiblefor
for his act actThe actThe actThe
The dead cashier had been connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the bank since its organization in in18S4 In183t Inl4
18S4 lIe began as bookkeeper and teller tellerand tflIerand tellerand
and had a reputation for strict honesty
Hanscome Han comc was 55 years of age He Heleaves Heleaves Heleaves
leaves a widow and two grown daugh daughters daughters tlaughtees ¬
ters tersJanesville tersJanesvilIe teesJanesvilie
JanesvilIe Wie Oct 18 18Unlled United States StatesMarshal StatesMarshal StatesMarshal
Marshal Rockwell J Flint went to Min Mineral 11lneral Mm Mmeral ¬
eral Point tonight to take custody cu < tod of ofPhil ofPhil ofPhil
Phil Allen jr vice president pre fdent of the First FirstNational FirstNational FirstNational
National bank who is charged cha ed with mis misappropriating misappropriating misappropriating ¬
appropriating 168000 of the banks funds fundsHe fundsHe fundsHe
He will be taken to Madison where boil boilwill ballill bailwill
will ill be fixed
SAY ONE USED RAZOR RAZORAND RAZORAND RAZORAND
AND OTHER KNUCKLES KNUCKLESComplaints KNUCKLESComplaints KNUCKLESComplaints
Complaints were issued from the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county attorneys office yesterday yesterdayagainst yesterdayagainst yesterdayagainst
against Lloyd Fisher for carrying con concealed concs concealed ¬
cealed cs lIe < 1 weapons and William Tow Towson TowsoncoloNd Towsoncolored son soncolored
colored for assault a8 ult with a deadly deadlyweapon deadlyWEaptl1 deadlyweapon
weapon The concealed weapon was a apair apair apair
pair of knucks Burt Seager signed signedthe
the complaint The complaint against againstTowson againstTowson againstTdwson
Towson was sworn to by James T THoward THoward THoward
Howard who was cut on the arm with witha
a razor Sunday night Towson is now nowin nowin
in the city jail
DIED DIEDJOHNSONIn DIEDww
ww wwJOHNSONIn
JOHNSONIn In this city of heart failure failureOtto failureOtto failureOtto
Otto Johnson Deceased was born in inSweden InSweden InSweden
Sweden Sept 18 1S4 18 and came to Utah Utahin
in 1IS 18 He leaves a widow and three threedaughters threedaughters threedaughters
daughters daughtersFuneral daughtersFunerql daughtersFuneral
Funeral services will be held at the fam family tnmny family ¬
ily residence reslde ce 911 East Fourth South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street at 2 p m Wednesday e nesdtW Oct OctRemains OctRemains 20 20Remains
Remains may be vl viewed w wd d at tho residence residencebetween residencebetween residencebetween
between the horrs of 1 and a d 2 oclock to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrot ¬
morrow Friends are Invited Interment Intermentin
in Mt Olivet cemetery cemlterI
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GIVE MORE FISH FISHTHAN FISHTHAN
THAN ARE TAKEN TAKENPlans
Plans of State Commissioner CommissionerExplained CommissionerExplained CommissionerExplained
Explained in Answer to Se Sevier Sevier Sevier
vier County Protests ProtestsFears
Fears expressed by some residents of ofKtchfield ofRichfield ofRichfield
Richfield and other parts of Sevler county countythat countythat countythat
that Fish lake might be depleted by the thetaking thetaking thetaking
taking of spawn by the state have elic elicited ellcittd elicited ¬
ited a statement by Fred W Chambers Chambersstate Chambersstate Chambersstate
state fish and game commissioner who whosays whosays whosays
says there is no danger and that the thestate thestate thestate
state is planting fry in the lake in such suchnumbers suchnumbers suchnumbers
numbers that the fish will 111 Increase rap ¬
idly idlyThe
The state took out about two and one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half million fish eggs at the lake in June Junelast Junelast Junelast
last which if left to be hatched out in inthe Inthe Inthe
the waters of the lake would have haveyielded haveyielded haveyielded
yielded about two per cent or 50000 fry fryLoss fryLoss fryLoss
Loss from various causes being about 30 30per 30pel 30per
per cent this would leave about 35000 fish fishThe fishThe fishThe
The state has planted in the lake during duringthe
the last summer 99000 native trout fry fryand fryand fryand
and the commissioner says that 63000 or
70000 of these at least will ill live liveThe liveThe liveThe
The state also has planted 50000 catfish catfishin
in the Sevier valley and is planning to tomake tomake tomake
make other provisions for that district districtCommissioner districtCommissioner districtCommissioner
Commissioner Chambers says it is the theintention thlIntention theintention
intention to establish a field station at atFish atFish atFish
Fish lake and in another year it will be bepossible bepossible bepossible
possible to make a hatch of about 300000 300000fry 00000fry OOO OOOfry
fry The establishment of a branch branchhatchery branchhatchery branchhatchery
hatchery at Richfield which is one of the thesteps thesteps thesteps
steps proposed will do much for the dis district district distrlct ¬
trict trictThe trictThe trlctThe
The commissioner has arranged for the theshipment theshipment theshipment
shipment today of about 125000 fry to toMorgan toMorgan toMorgan
Morgan county About 75000 will be beplanted beplanted beplanted
planted in the East canyon and the rest restIn restIn restin
In other Morgan county streams Many ManySalt ManySalt tInnySalt
Salt Lakers go to East canyon to fish fishand fishand fishand
and the planting of these fish will mean meanmuch meanmuch meanmuch
much to them About 27i000 native trout troutfry troutfry troutfry
fry have been planted this year In East Eastcanyon Eastcanyon Eastcanyon
canyon canyonAnother canyonAnother canyonAnother
Another shipment will be made next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week to Wasatch county and a shipment shipmentto
to Washington county The state hatch hatchery hatcher hatchery ¬
ery er will then be cleaned painted and put putin putIn putin
in shape for the beginning of the regular regularhatch regularhatch regularhatch
hatch next month
FARMER FIRED FIRDTHflR FIREDTHEIRREFUGE
THflR THEIRREFUGE THEIRREFUGELast RHUGf RHUGfI
Last Two of the Oregon Es Escaped Esoaped Escaped ¬
caped Convicts Captured CapturedAfter CapturedAfter CapturedAfter
After Battle BattleSalem
Salem Ore Oct IS ISDrlven Driven from their theirrefuge theirrefuge theirrefuge
refuge by a farmer who set fire to a astrawstack astrawstack astrawstack
strawstack In which they had hidden the thelast thelast thelast
last two of the five convicts who es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped from penitentiary guards Friday Fridaywere Fridaywere Fridaywere
were captured today Before their cap ¬
ture however they the attempted to escape escapefrom escapefrom escapefrom
from a posse which kept up a running runningfire
fire One of the fugitives was wounded woundedbut
but not fatally fatallyThe fatallyThe fatallyThe
The two fugitives Mike Nichkotlch Nichkotlchand
and Albert Murray were not engaged in inthe Inthe inthe
the battle with a posse Saturday night nightin
in which the other three convicts had hadtaken halltaken hadtaken
taken part but had taken refuge in a astrawstack astrawstack astrawatack
strawstack nearby By a curious coin coincidence coincldence coincidence ¬
cidence the farmer who owned the stack stackdecided staekdecided stackdecided
decided this morning to burn it and ac accordingly accordingly accordingly ¬
cordingly set it afire This fire drove drovethe drovethe drovethe
the convicts from their hiding place and andthey andthey andthey
they took refuge In some long grass grassSuspecting grassSuspecting grassSuspecting
Suspecting the Identity of the pair the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer
farmer telephoned to the authorities at atIndependence atInc1ependence atIndependence
Independence and City CIt Marshal Feagles Feaglesat
at the head of a posse of citizens went to tothe tothe tothe
the farm The convicts who had lain lainquiet lainquiet lainquiet
quiet in the meantime were driven from fromcover fromcover fromcover
cover and chased toward a clump of ofbrush ofbrmh ofbrush
brush while a running fire was k kept pt up upby upby upby
by the posse posseSuddenly posseSuc1denl posseSuddenly
Suddenly Mike Nichkotlch dropped to tothe tothe tothe
the ground Albert Murray blrra his com companion Ci cornpanion > m mpanlon ¬
panion then stopped and signalled he hewould hewould hewould
would surrender surrenderAfter surrenderAfter surrenderAfter
After Murray had been en secured the theposse theposse theposse
posse started to secure Xlehkotich The Thewounded Thewounded Thewounded
wounded man however jumped to his hisfeet hisfeet hisfeet
feet and made another dash for the un underbrush underbrush tinilerbrush ¬
derbrush but he was brought down by bywelldirected b bwelldirected bywelldirected
welldirected shots from two of the posse posseGeorge posseGeorge posseGeorge
George Duncan who was wounded woun ed Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day night by Deputy Sheriff Johnson is isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected to die tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The officers who suffered slight slightwounds slightwounds slightwounds
wounds during the fighting Friday and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday will recover In a few days
Ill AID AIDGovernor BUND WORKERS IORKERSGovernor
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Governor Appoints Commission to toEstablish toEstablish toEstablish
Establish Shops and Employ Employment Employment Employment ¬
ment Bureau BureauGovernor BureauGovernor BureauGovernor
Governor William Villi am Spry has appointed appointedDr
Dr S H Allen of Salt Lake C J Ross Rotsof Rossof Rossof
of Ogden Og en Mrs Josephine Morris Rowan Rowanof
of Fort Douglas and Mrs Annie K KHardy KHardy KHardy
Hardy of Salt Lake as the adult blind blindcommission blindcommission blindcommission
commission which was created at the thelast thelast
last session sess Ion of the legislature with an an annual annual annual ¬
I nual fl000 4000 appropriation appropriationThe
The commission will maintain a reg register regIster register ¬
ister of adult blind in Utah establish establishworkshops establishworkshops establishworkshops
workshops and maintain a bureau of in information Information Information ¬
formation and employment employmentDr
Dr S H Allen will return from Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Saturday The commission will willorganize willorganize wIllorganize
organize within a day or two of his re return return return ¬
turn
a
PORTOLA PORTOLAFESTIVAL PORTOLAFESTIVALSan FESTIVAL FESTIVALSan
San Francisco to Celebrate Landing Landingof
of First Spanish Governor GovernorSan
San Francisco Oct 18 181lth With ardor un undampened undampened andampened
dampened by the rain which began today todaythis tOda tOdathis todaythjs
this city is awaiting the coming of Don DonCaspar DonGas DonGaspar
Caspar Gas ar Portola who is due to land here heretomorrow heretomorrow heretomorrow
tomorrow When the impersonator of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first Spanish governor of California comes comessailing comessailing comessailing
sailing up the bay which his prototype prototlCdiscovered prototypediscovered
discovered he will be saluted by the war warships warshlpa warships ¬
ships of six nations With lth the actual actualceremonies actualceremonies actualceremonies
ceremonies of the festival yet to begin the thecity theclt thecity
city clt has taken on the carnival air and andthe an anthe andthe
the rebuilt portion Is thronged with the thepleasure thepleasure thepleasure
pleasure loving crowds that made it fa famous famom famous ¬
mous in celebrations held before the fire fireof fireof fireof
of 1906 1906Excursion 100GExcursion l90 l90Excursion
Excursion trains have been pouring pouringtheir pouringtheir pouringtheir
their loads 1 ls of humanity Into this city to today today today ¬
day until hotel men estimate that at least
150000 visitors have arrived for the fes festival festival feetival ¬
tival
LOOK CHARGfS IN THE FACE FACEMen
Men of St Pauls Episcopal Church ChurchHold ChurchHold ChurchHold
Hold a Meeting and Discuss DiscussDuties DiscussDuties DiscussDuties
Duties DutiesArticles DutiesArticles DutiesArticles
Articles in the public press and maga magazines magazines magaames ¬
zines generally throughout the country countryattacking countrYattacking countryattacking
attacking the church for not doing work workwhich workwhich workwhich
which lies within its proper sphere have havearoused havaroused havearoused
aroused the male members of St Pauls PaulsEpiscopal PaurEpiscopal Paui PauiEpiscopal
Episcopal church and last night in the therectory therectory therectory
rectory there was a meeting with sixty sixtyor
or more present at which the attacks attackswere aUackswere attackswere
were looked In the face faceThe faceThe faceThe
The meeting was not given to addresses addressesbut
but was more IP II the form of a general generadiscussion generaldiscussion generaldiscussion
discussion The specific charge that the thechurch th thchurch thechurch
church speaking of all denomnlations denomnlationswas
was putting upon the shoulders of outside outsideorganizations outsideorganizations outsideorganizations
organizations duties which should be per performed performed performed ¬
formed by the church was entered into intowith intowith Intowith
with the most grave consideration considerationRev
Rev Charles E Perkins rector of St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls was In the chair but the active acttvodiscussion activodiscussion activediscussion
discussion of the subject was led by Pro Professor Professor ¬
fessor G M Marshall of the University Universityof I
of Utah The meeting Is preliminary to toothers toothers toothers
others which will be held in the near fu future future future ¬
ture to determine the validity of the thocharges thecharges thecharges
charges and an effective remedy
WILL BE GOOD HEREAFTER HEREAFTERJapanese j jJapanese
Japanese Editors Indicted In Ha Hawaiian Hawalian Hawalian ¬
walian Islands Make Promises PromisesHonolulu PromisesHonolulu PromisesHonolulu
Honolulu Oct 18 Three editors of ofJapanese ofJapanese
Japanese newspapers who recently recentl wer werindicted werIndicted werIndicted > 1
indicted by the federal grand jury on a acharge 11charge acharge
charge of o sending objectionable matter matterthrough matterthrough matterthrough
through the mails sent a Joint open letter lettertoday lettertoday
today to United States District Attorney AttorneyBreckons AttorneyBreckons AttorneyBreckons I
Breckons promising to exercise a strict strictcensorship strictcensorship strictcensorship
censorship of their columns in future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The editors pleaded ignorance of the thelaw thelaw th thlaw
law and said that after studying the stat statute statutI statute ¬
ute and reading th their ° lr publications in the thelight th thlight tlalight
light of the law they were compelled to toacknowledge t taclmowkdge toacknowledge
acknowledge their error errorBecause errorBecause errorBecause
Because of this frank avowal and evl evld eIdnt cvident
dent d nt intention to obey th the law hereafter hereafterit
it is expected that they the will be punished punishedby
by b fines and that the imprisonment imprisonmentclause
clause In the statute will not be invoked
SMASH IS FATAL FATALNashville FATALashvme FATALNashville
Nashville Tenn Oct 18 18The The City CitvSavings CH CHSavings CitySavings
Savings bank which closed 1U lt doorc Sat Saturday Sat4urday Saturtlay ¬
urday failed to reopen today Th The bank b8nksIndebtedDe118 banksindebtedness s sindebtedness
indebtedness was given as more than theaand
1300900 and it was declared to be wholly whoilvineolvent whollyin whollyinsolvent
insolvent in olent in a petition pt > tltlon granted today en enJoining enjoining enJoining
Joining W V H Green from acting ac a as assignee assignee assignee
signee
The merit of the Wasatch Was tch Brands BrandsDid
Did bring them into fame fameThe fameThe fameThe
The good housewife hou ewife this brand bra d de demands demands tiemantis ¬
mands mandsThere mandsThere mantisThere
There are none Just the same

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