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10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 201909 20 1909
WEST SIDERS SIDERSAGAINST SIDERSAGAINST
AGAINST GANG GANGResidents GANGResidents
Residents of Former American AmericanParty AmericanParty AmericanParty
Party Stronghold Up Upin Upin Upin
in Revolt RevoltUNABLE RevoltUNABLE RevoltUNABLE
UNABLE TO OBTAIN RELIEF RELIEFMAY
MAY TAKE SIDEWALK SlDEW LK FIGHT IN INTO IN INTO INTO ¬
TO THE COURTS COURTSOrganization COURTSOrganlzntlon COURTSOrganlmtion
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Organization of the Republicans Republicansth h hth In InU
th second precinct will be completed completedI co pi ted tedr
I r i ur luday < day evening at a meeUng to be bei
L i at Lr Irlubliean public an city headquarters headquartersK
K 1 respon i it < a call issued yesterday yesterdayi re8 aY aYI
i Fred li 111 1 i > chairman of the pre prei
i t organisation The Theftght fight in the tliet theld
t < id j pn prlTinct < net is starting with every everyr
r Cation iI f success for the Republl Republlc
c cn n on eVctmn day 5y and this precinct precinctVWKU precinctv
VWKU v LAj lh I has heretofore her tofore been regarded as astia astI asproprty
tia tI proptrty of the American party partylijs partyhs partyb
lijs b s revolted against the mlsadmlntBtra mlsadmlntBtrati tra tratldn
ti tldn > n of the th AmericantS and turned o ot ot ot
t Republicans with the assurance assurancethan aS8urancthlIJ assurancetJari
than under James Murdoch and a Re ReI Rejib1ian
I jib1ian > i Ibl bin an council the th west weatslde aide will willhave willhLve
have a fair show in city improvements improvementsF Impro mon monFor
F For < ir the last ten years the west w t side sidehas aIclebas sidehas
has been be n neglected and since the theKrarns theRarns I II
Krarns I arns party has been in Inpower power In ad adii adJl adnItrat1ng
ii mist nlltrattng rating the affairs of f the city im imjrovements ImJrovements ImIrovementa
jrovements have been as a hard to find findci findI findthe
ci I the west side as the proverbial n ndo use nePdl usedii
do in the haystack haystackFor
Fr more than nine months public publtcepiitod publlcBpj
epiitod Bpj sp i itfd cItizens of the west side have haveliwn havebrln haveIrffl
liwn trying to induce Mayor J S SBrarmford SDraMford SBrarford
Brarmford and the city council c UJ1cn to com compel comIl cornpci ¬
pel the Denver Rio Grande railroad railroadtt
tt t las la sidewalks across the tracks at atFirst atFlrft atFIrSt
First South and nd Sixth SlxthWeet West streets and andSorond andffcond andSrcond
Sorond South and Sixth West We t streets streetsMivor streets11nr streetsItyur
Mivor Bransford has assured the thei
i i Ii lrns rns time and again that he would wouldwhat wouldr
r < what could be done and the pe petit petlhn patttn ¬
tit tlhn i > ns sent repeatedly to the mayor mayorml maorvnl mayorcni
ml the council have been ignored ignoredCitizens IgnoredCitizens IgnoredCitizens
Citizens Are Ignored IgnoredTh
The Th citizens of the west side who whohio whoh1vC whohsc
hio been using every means at their theircommand tMlrCommand theircimmand
command to induce the city admlnistra admlnistrat admlnl tra traLm
t Lm 1 in n to grant them this relief in the then
n r itter of sidewalks have been Ig Igr igrid
r > r rt rid < 1 on every side by the mayor ma or and andc amIlimen andwcIl
c luncil so far as any effort to give givet givetm givetLfTfl
t tm f m rellef is concerned and the west westr
r if citizens have nowreached the con eonu conluon con1athn
luon u < = on that the only way to get the theK therlll theL
K ims crowd to give them a fair show showto
1 < > to t to take the matter into the courts courtsA courtsWith
A With itli this end in view certain cltl cltlz
z i who ho have been be n working for the theYmcrican themcrkan theArncrh
Arncrh Ymcrican an party for years and who whoI whoheretotore whoheretofore
I < r > heretofore without complaint sub subr subritti1
r iitti1 ttr to the galling yoke of Tom TomIvarns TomKarns TomRtrns
Ivarns have prepared to go to court courtt
t > t ompel Mayor Bransford and the thec
c 1 ty v Council make the Denver Rio RioGrande RioGrandt RioGrande
Grande railroad live up to the terms termsof
of f its franchise e If Mayor Bransford Bransfordit
it < 1 the council persist in maintaining maintainingt
t V i ir attitude in defiance of the law lawarid lawlnd lawerd
arid common decency toward the west westB westsj westcitizens
B sj i citizens a suit will 111 be filed to com compel comfI cornpl ¬
pel fI t the Denver Rio Grande to show showc showue
c IUSP lU P why its franchise should not be berfr befrtrited berfrited
frtrited rfr ited for failure to provide slde sldev sldewlkl sidewlk
v wlkl Ik This suit will be followed by bynr bynrthfr bynrther
nr nrthfr other against the members of the thef thety thety
f ty council requiring them to show showIIISP showUf
< IIISP Uf wiy they should not be removed removedf
f fr r failure to do their duty In compel compelI
I 1 rig th railroad to build the sidewalks sidewalksResidents sidewalksRe sidewalksResidents
Residents Re idents in Earnest EarnestWP
WP W p are not bluffing in this matter matterr
r i d 1 a prominent west side business businessn
n T1In n yesterday There IB no question questionc
c 1 la 1aCk k of funds although every everyone everyoneknows one oneklons oneknnws
knows that Bransford and his gang gangi
i w V drained the treasury and practic practical ¬
al lv sti stretched etched the credit of the city to toT
r I last notch In the matter of side sideilKS sideI
1 ilKS I K s across acro s the railroad tracks the theTit theRio thep
Tit v or r Rio Grandes Grandeafranchlse franchise has a aIr aris1on
Ir 1 ris1on A ision that these walks shall be con contuited contUctEd contutd
tuited and maintained without cost costI1 costt
I1 t tilE city There must be some rea rear
r > n why the mayor ma or and council refuses refusest
t lok out for our interests and I for forre torWe forre
re rpnnot imagine what honorable honorableTa
Ta aor = or the city officials can have for fortrnr forti fortzfr
trnr ti r refusal retu al to take any action in the ther therttH
r rttH rttHIt tter tterIt ttErIt
It is apparent that the Kearns crowd crowdtrl crowdhlicy crowdbIv
trl hlicy fvn that just because we have been beengot beenglcd beengi
got glcd 1 Indians down here ever since th3 thaVncrcans th3A1 th3rtrcara
A1 Vncrcans ucans < captured the city cit adminls adminlstaM admlnlstllln administtion
taM tllln < m we will continue to wear the theollar theJllar theflar
ollar whether we get justice or not notTif notY not1Thcn
Y 1Thcn Tif rn n the votes in this thl city election are arei AreIuntid areunted
i tinted you can bet there will be bef a aE aC
E f mrise rise to the Americana Down here heren
i n the west side we are for a square squarei
i cal al and a Greater Salt Lake even eventhough eventhllgh eventiiugh
though we have to fight for it and the thef thefiht
f fiht ht we will make this fall will be to toive to1ivl toive
1ivl ive the Republicans a chance to give giveb LIveWest Ive Ivehl
b hl > west side the square deal that has hast basteen hasieen
t teen ren refused by b the Americans AmericansReasons AmericansReasons AmericansReasons
Reasons for Action ActionTake ActionTake ActionTake
Take the lineup of the councilmanic councilmantct
t tkpt kc kct t for instance said the west side sidet sIdeHzfn
t ttzen The Americans have E G GfDonnell GDonnell GtDonnehl
fDonnell and C H Reed on the ticket ticketprd ticketV ticketrr1
prd V 1 1 neither of them has any more in int
t < rests west of the Denver Rio Rioc Riorande Rhirande
c rande tracks that Tom Kearns has hasI
I notice the Tribune says the action of ofI ofi
I C C Allen in supporting th the Republi Republic
c in ticket this year Is simply taken takencause be because because ¬
cause Shorty Short Allen Is sore because he hev heas heas
v as not nominated for the council councilThats councilThats councilThats
Thats about as close as the Tribune Tribunefver
fver comes to sizing up a situation situationshorty situationhort Situationshorty
shorty hort Alien was a candidate for the thenomination thenlminatlon thewrninat1on
nomination for the council as 8 every everyone everyoneon on onon one onepI
on the west side knows and he was wasdisappointed wasdisappointed wasdisappointed
disappointed when he was double doublec doublecrosed doublecrcspd
c rospa and Reed a nephew of Grand Grandt
1 Fa < i GJore of the fire department was wasDipped was1Ippd wagfpped
Dipped in Allen wasnt the only west westsMf weatF westtaxpayer
sMf F > taxpayer who was disappointed oLsappolntedIugh disappointedthough 1Isappo1ntedtugh
though With Mr Ir Allen it was R8 a case easer cas casr
i r wanting a councilman from the Sec SecT Secr1 SeeLi
r1 T precinct lJCln < who had property inter
ests on the west sltJeimd slde and iiaa nao any other otherAmerican otberAmertean otherAmerfean
American on the west side been b h nom nominated nomInated nornmated ¬
inated we who have been voting the theAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerIcan
American ticket would have ha e supported supportedhim supp rted rtedhim
him himI I know Shorty Short Allen and nd I know knowlie kriowhe knowhe
he would have worked work d night and Hl day dayfor dnyfor ty tytar
for a west side man m n on on the th American Americanticket AmeIcanticket t melcanticket
ticket Jknow I tl10W now though that HiatAllerr HiatAllerrand Allen Allenand Allenand
and his friends frl hd including dlhgmyself n l myself will willwork wlllwork willwork
work for the the Republican ticket tlG tick e in this thisprecinct thlpreclntt thhipiec1ntt
precinct from top to bottom b Honi We are arenot ar arnot arenot
not spre because bcca 1JC Mr Allen AhIenidldnot Alle did not get getthe getthe getthe
the nomination although we wehav would wouldhavebeeh ouldnaVe
naVe hav havebeeh beeh glad to t work for him Jm It It1s It1ssImply Is Issimply Issimply
simply acase a case of the absplute refusal refusalof refu al alot
of Bransford and Ills crowd to recog recognize recognlZi recogfliz ¬
nize the th west yeatsldEi side Down here ier we C hav hava h ha
a habit of sticking together tObetherpretty pretty well wellfor welltor wellfor
for what we w believe behie to t be b our Qur1Jest a rbest best In Interests Inter inter ¬
terests ter sts and nil this th stime time we we are all stick stickIng s stickingtogethe lck lckIngtogether
Ingtogether Ing together for f ra a Republican city ad admjnistration udmJnistratlm adiflJn1stratin
mjnistration and lln a square deal dealFight ilealFlght dealFlQht
Fight the Stockade StockadeThe Sto kade kadeI
The tact that Mayor Bransford Bthnsfordkig and andhts uJjIUs
hts whole municipal macnlne Is s prepar preparing preparing preparing ¬
ing to open the w west t side sIdBagain stockade stockadeagain soaklid8agoAln
again in case Branaford should be b re reelected l le reelected
elected e t d has roused the citizens eltlz nJ of the thewest th thwe8t thewest
west side to the theneed need for forunited united support supportof
of the Republican city cit ticket to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the mayor ma or from forcing orclngon on them tho thostigma thosttgma thestigma
stigma of the greatest monopoly monop ly in incrime Incrime Incrime
crime that was ever devised and at attempted nttempted attempted ¬
tempted in a civilized city cityProperty cityProperty cityProperty
Property owners in the vicinity of ofSecond ofSecolld ofSecond
Second South and First South streets streetswest streetswest streetsvest
west of Fourth West street are de determined determined determined ¬
termined to taprevent prevent Belle London and andthe andtbe andthe
the stockade tripletsv triplets Bransford BransfordMulvey BransfordJulvey BransfordMulvey
Mulvey and Sheets from destroying the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of their homes and breeding in intheir intheir intheir
their midst tho vile conception of a ared ared ared
red Jlght district which Bransford has hassupported hassupported hassupportl
supported With energy worthy vrthyot of a bet better hetter betcause ¬
ter cause causeThose causeThoS causeThose
Those opposed to the stockade stockadeand stockadeandthey ant antthey
they number the decent citizens of f all allparts aUparts allpats
parts of Salt S ItLake Lake as well as lsthose those of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th went aide slder sIdereghz recognize cogt1lz the earnest and aniefficient andefficient afliefficient
efficient woik WOlkot of Sheriff Joseph C CSharp CShnrp CSharp
Sharp and his deputies d putleslD in stamping stl inplng out outthe Olltthe outthe
the stockade and they have absolute absolutefaith absolutfaith absolutcfaith
faith in tho pledge of the Republican Republicanparty Republlcmparty Republicanparty
party that the stockade on the pldi pldioriginated phl1originated pLirioriginated
originated by J S Bransford and am otlv otllrmembers othmembers r rmembers
members of the city administration vMl vMlnot wHInot wflnot
not be allowed to run
6 6Net 6NetWhile Net NetWhile
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 real estate estatcand and if de desired desir desired ¬
sired sir d 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 C per cent centnet centnetbeing centnetbeing
net netbeing being free from taxes taxesSalt taxesSalt taxesSalt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LalceSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCoippany TrustCorppmny TrtstCoippany
Coippany
52 Up Main Street StreetCapital StraetCapital StrootCapital
Capital 30000000 30000000Surplus 30000000Surplus 30000000Surplus
Surplus 10000000 110000000I
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The merit of the Wasatch Brands Bra BraDid
Did bring them into fame fameThe famehe fameThe
The he good got > d housewife this brand de demands demands demands ¬
mands mandsThere mandsThere mandsThere
There are none Just tho same sameKodak samKo sames sameKodak
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Kodak Ko ak Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake P P1tnSmp tn Supply to u 143 j4 Main MainTribuneReporter MaInTribuneReporter IalnTrlbuneReporter
TribuneReporter Printing Co CoC6 C9 Cocc
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A private safe may be rented In the thefire thefire thefire
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt SaltLake SaIlLake SaltLake
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main Mainstreet Mainstreet Mainstreet
street 200 per year and upwards upwardsTheres upwardTheres upwardsS upwardsTheres
S
Theres nothing like sham in famed famedWasatch famedWasatch tamedWasatch
Wasatch ham hamIts hamIts hamIts
Its rich and Its all to the good goodTheres gOodTheres goodTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatround fatround fatround
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way that it itshould Itshould itshould
should shouldRoyal shouldRoyal shouldRoyal
Royal Stale Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open 5 to 5 p m daily Entrance on onThird onThird onThird
Third South vood 001 bread very cheap cheapNo cheapNo cheapNo
No table at this season of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the year when typhoid fever feveris
is prevalent should be with without without without ¬
outWhite out
White Rock RockWater RockWater RockWater
Water WaterPints
Pints splits quarts or half halfgallons halfgallons halfga11on
gallons gallonsSohraminJofinsoD gallonsSchrarnmJohnson ga11onSchrammJohnsan
SohraminJofinsoD Drugs DrugsSecond
Second South and West Temple TempleWhere TempleYhere TempleWhere
Where the cars stop stopMain stopMaln stopMain
Main and Fifth South SouthWest SouthWest SouthTemple
West Temple and First West
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LETTER DUPLICATING MACHINES MACHINESThe
The new Edison Mimeograph and nd the thenew thenew thenew
new Planotype are right up to date dateNot dabNot dateNot
Not necessary any more to pay 300 for fora torperfect
a perfect letter duplicator duplicatorPembroke dupllcaterPembroke duplicaterPembroke
Pembroke Stationery Co are arengents arengentsMcCoys agents agentsMcCoys agentsMccoys
McCoys livery carriage and llgfct llgfctlivery lIt 1Igtlivery t tlivery
livery Roth phones hont Si SiWASATCH iiWASATC1T 1 1WASATCH
WASATCH WASATC1T BACON BACONstreak
streak str k of fat a streak ste of oflean ofleanWith lean leanWith leanWftb
With lots of goodncssifTbetweenP goodncss1n goodcsi Detween hjet j t th
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Highest prco paid for strictly rre frees freufCq freesCLf a
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Be on Time TimeWake TimeWake TimeWake
Wake Up UpWhether UpVhether JpWhether
Whether it is a fine watch watchyou watchyou watchyou
you need or a cheap alarm alarmclock alarmclock alarmclock
clock we have them ready readyfor readyfor readyfor
for your use made to satisfy satisfythe
the most exacting demand demandOur demandOur demandOur
Our stock is constantly re replenished replenis4ednew rep1enislednew ¬
plenished plenis4ednew new goods and andvery andvery andvery
very reasonable prices pricesSALT
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Proper Shirts ShirtsNeckwear and andNeckwear nd ndNeckwear
Neckwear NeckwearWinter for forWinter forWinter
Winter WinterWeve
Weve W ye just unpacked l a case of shirts in the tlionew thenew C Chew
new fall patterns These are al the neatest neatestand ne neatostand t6St t6StandmQst
and andmQst most attractive patterns weve VOY6saen VOY6saenarid seen seenand scnand
and many m ny of them are ai e exclusive exclusiveOur
Our r neckwear case contains the most re recent 10cent iecent ¬
cent innovations in pattern patt rn and style stlevide A Awide Awide
wide range of styles and weaves Prices Pricesare Prioesare
are moderate moderateNew moderateN modeiateNew
New N cv Store 245 South Main MainIf lIainThis
Ls This ThisGoodWeather ThisGoodWeatherWill Good Weather WeatherWill
Will Not Last LastIfyouye
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If Ifyouye youve any outdoor paint painting paintlts painting ¬
be If Its painted a a nt surface fac var varnishea a to tobe ing to do this is the best time timeto timenished
nishea nlshee e enameled enameledstained n a m aled eledstained
stained or finished finishedin to do d 0 it The TI 1e weather veat h er is IS per perfect ¬
in any way theres theresan
an Acme Quality Qualityk feet and youll you 11 get best re results repurpose ¬
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purpose suIts Be sure you uso useAcme usoAcme usoAcme
Acme Quality QualityPaint QualityPaint QualityPaint
Paint PaintAsk
Ask l k us about Acme Quality Qualitycolor Qualitycolor Qualitycolor
color schemes We are al alwa3Ts alvays a1ways
w wtions
ways glad to answer ques questions questions ¬
tions tionsCulmer tionsCulmer
Culmer Paint Glass GlassFine Co CoI CoFine
Fine I ine New N ev Store 11k
37 East First South
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A private safe may b be rented In th thfire the thefire thefire
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Security Trust Co S2 I up Main Mainstreet Mainstreet Mainstreet
street 200 per year and upwards
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Our large joint shoes mean meancomfort meancomfort meancomfort
comfort for that aching foot footA footA footA
A special puff on the side re relieves relieves relieves ¬
lieves the pressure pressureShoe pressure4OO
400 400WALKOVER 4OOWALKISOVER
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SEEK CASH PAID PAIDIf PAIDIN
If BY SALOONS SALOONSDarmer
Darmer Will Not Spend 5400 5400for 5400for 5400for
for Bransford So Big BigStick BigStick BigStick
Stick Is Used Usedi
tn J i an effort to get tho 5400 extorted extortedfrom extortedfrom extortedfrom
from the twentyseven twent en saloons which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were held up for two weeks by the city citycouncil clt cltcouncil citycouncil
council a special finance and big stick stickcommittee stickcommittee stickcommittee
committee has been appointed to go out outafter outafter outafter
after tho coin and bring It into the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American campaign fund fundIn fundIn fundIn
In the meantime the saloon men who whowere whlwere whowere
were forced to put up 300 OO each are dis discussing discussing discussing ¬
cussing ways and means for getting gettingback gettingback gettingback
back their contributions contributionsWhile contributionsWhile contributionsWhile
While this twosided fight is going goingon
on the former member of the Kearns Kearnsparty Kearnspart Kearnsparty
party part inner circle who holds the 5400 5400is 4OO 4OOis
is enjoying the situation Immensely se secure secure secure ¬
cure in the knowledge that he has the theupper theupper theUpper
upper hand in any event and he will willhavQ wl11havt wIllhavq
havQ his choice of giving the money moneyback moneback moneyback
back to the saloon men or donating it itto itto itto
to any charitable purpose he may de desire desire desire ¬
sire sireOne
One thing Is regarded as certain how however bowever however ¬
ever and this is that the money which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was paid by the saloons before licenses licenseswere licenseswere licenseswere
were granted will never be spent in the thecity thecity thecity
city campaign by J E Darmer in the theinterest theInterest theInterest
interest of Mayor Bransfords candi candidacy candidacy candidacy ¬
dacy for reelection
POLICE DROP DROPIn DROPCRIME CRIME PROBE PROBEIn
In spite of the declaration of S M Bar Barlow Barlow Barlow ¬
low chief of police that he would under undertake undertake undertake ¬
take an Immediate investigation of the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges made against members of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake police force that they had entered enteredinto enteredInto enteredinto
into a criminal conspiracy to defraud the thegovernment thevernment thegovernment
government out of reward money paid paidfor paillfor paidfor
for the capture of deserters nothing has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been done so far The suspected patrol patrolmen ¬
men are still retained on the force and andthe andthe andthe
the chief has shown a disposition to drop dropthe dropthe dropthe
the matter and protect the guilty one oneOfficers oneOtflcers oneOfficers
Officers of the Fifteenth infantry how however however however ¬
ever are determined to trace the crime crimeto
to its It source The drugging and holding holdingof
of soldiers of the United States army that thatmembers thatmembers thatmembers
members of the police poll e force might reap
the reward for their return is a crime crimewithout crimewithout crimewithout
without equal In the annals of the army arm armThe
The apathy of the chief of police even evenmore eenmore evenmore
more strongly stronI confirms th suspicion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the proceeds of the criminal traffic were weredistributed weredistributed weredistributed
distributed among the men higher up and andthat andthat andthat
that the graft was not confined to the thepatrolmen thepatrolmet thepatrolmet
patrolmet on the Commercial street beat beatCaptain beatCaptain beatCaptain
Captain Bryan Conrad of the Fifteenth Fifteenthinfantry FlrteenthInfantl FifteenthInfantry
infantry Infantl Stationed at Fort Douglas spent spentan
an hour with Hiram E Booth United
States district attorney yesterday morn morning
Ing discussing dl8CU8 lng the case George Renlger Renlgera
a discharged soldier who acted for the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police in drugging soldiers who fell Into
his clutches will be charged with kidnap ¬
ing and with detaiaing soldiers against
their will Similar charges will be made madeagainst madeagainst
against 8 lnst members of the police department departmentwhen
when the matter has been sifted to the
bottom and th the < accomplices of o RenigT RenigTare
are discovered dls ovEred
SEEKS TO ANNUL DECREE DECREEChicago
Chicago Oct 19 19The The case wherein whereinGrace whereinGrace whereinGrace
Grace B Guggenheim seeks to have haveher haveher haveher
her divorce from William Guggenheim Guggenheimgranted GuggenheImbTanted Guggenheimgranted
granted by Judge E F Dunne in Chi Chicago Chlcaso Chicago ¬
cago eight years oors ago annulled came be before before before ¬
fore Judge Honore today todayMr
Mr Dunne now a private citizen citizenfiled citizenfiled citizenfiled
filed the petition as a friend of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court declaring that he had been in informed Informed Informed ¬
formed that he had been misled in ingranting Insrantlng ingranting
granting the divorce Judge Honore Honoredeclared Honoredeclared Honoredeclared
declared he would give due consider consideration consideration consideration ¬
ation to the statement that Mrs Gug Guggenheim Guggenheim Guggenheim ¬
genheim seeks pecuniary benefit In ap appearing appearing appearing ¬
pearing in the case CQ e The latter is repre represented represented represented ¬
sented by William Seabury of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Mr Guggenheim one of the thebrothers thehrothers thebrothers
brothers famous in the smelter busi business business business ¬
ness by Samuel Untermeyer also of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York YorkIt
It Is alleged that when the divorce divorcewas
was as being sought Mrs Guggenheim Guggenheimtestified Guggenheimtestified Guggenheimtestified
testified that she was a bona fide resi resident resident resident ¬
dent of Illinois whereas she now claims claimsshe claimsshe claimsshe
she was not a resident of this state and andtherefore andtherefore andtherefore
therefore the Illinois courts did not nothave nothave nothave
have jurisdiction jurisdictionS
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HEAD OF TYPOGRAPHICAL TYPOGRAPHICALUNION
UNION TO BE BANQUETED BANQUETEDElaborate
Elaborate preparations are being made madefor madefor
for the big banquet of the local typo typographical typographical typographical ¬
graphical union at the Commercial club at atlm atI at3a
lm I oclock this afternoon The guest of ofhonor orMnor ofhonor
honor Is James M Lynch president of the theInternatioral
Internatioral Typographical union and andseats andseats andseats
seats at the banquet are being reserved
for seventyfive people Speeches will be bomade bem bemade
made m de by several prominent local men
ORPHEUM TICKETS mVEN AWAY AWAYBY AVAYBY
BY THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANSomewhere
Somewhere in theclassUled the classified columns col mns of every Issue of Tire HeraldRe HeraldRepublican HeraldRepubllcanwlll HeraldRepubhican ¬
publican publlcanwlll will be found an order for two seats at the Orpheum theatre good goodfor SQodtQr goodfr
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SENATOR ROBERT TAYLOR L TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE WELCOMED BY CITIZENS CITIZENSSenator
Senator Robert L Taylor of Tennessee
A number of prominent citizens arc anplanning arcplanning arcplanning
planning an Informal reception this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening following the lecture by bySen bySenator byBenator Sen Senator ¬
ator Robert L Taylor of Tennessee at atthe atthe atthe
the theatre Senator Taylor has many manywarm manywarm manywarm
warm friends and ardent admirers here hereand hereand hereand
and he will be met this morning on his hisarrival hhsarrlvnl hisarrival
arrival by a delegation of citizens who whowill whowill
will entertain him during his brief stay
The lecture tonight at the Salt Lake Laketheatre Lakotheatre Laketheatre
theatre promises to be one of the mot motentertaining mOltentErtalnlng moatentertaining
entertaining ever presented here in any anycourse anycourse anycourse
course The subject is a new one and andintended andintended andintended
intended doubtless to arouse curiosity curiosityon curloslton
on the part of the public Happy Val Valley Valey Valhey ¬
hey ey Th The speaker will be Introduced Introducedto
i to his first Salt Lake audience by b Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator George Geor f Sutherland
YOUNG MOTHER OiIIERIN IN TEARS TEARSVhen
When the habeas corpus proceedings In Instituted Instituted instituted ¬
stituted by lone Hall for the return of ofher ofher ofher
her daughter Helen came before the dis district district district ¬
trict court last night it was learned that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the date when the child was turned over overto overto overto
to the juvenile court by the Orphans OrphansHome OrphansHome OrphansHome
Home and Day Nursery was missing from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the answer so the hearing was postponed postponeduntil
until Thursday morning at 10 oclock oclockS
S P Armstrong attorney for Mrs MrsAlice MrsAlice MrsAlice
Alice V Shreves argued for more than thanan
an hour In support of the writ attacking attackingthe
the constitutionality of the juvenile court courtlaw courtlaw courtlaw
law and demanding that it be shown to towhom towhom towhom
whom the ILtle lI tle girl was given by the thematron thematron thematron
matron of the Orphans home homeBoth homeBoth homeBoth
Both Mrs Shroves and her daughter daughterlone daughterIone
lone Hall were in court Mrs Hall not notyet notyet notyet
yet more than 20 years old listened with withtearful withtcarful withtearful
tearful eyes but was not a witness witnessThe witnessThe witnessThe
The child was taken out of the hands handsof
of Mrs Irs Hall by b the juvenile court when whenit
it was proven that the mother was an in inmate Inmate Inmate ¬
mate of a house of ill fame and that the thechild thechild thechild
child had been neglected Helen was wasturned wasturned wasturned
turned over to the Orphans Home and andDay andDay andDay
Day Nursery by Judge E G Gowans Gowansformer Gowansfonner Gowansforner
former judge of the local juvenile court courtbut courtbut courtbut
but later sent back to the court by b the thematron thematron thematron
matron of the home This date will he hetold hetold hetold
told in the amended answer when the thetrial thetrIal thetrial
trial will be continued in an effort to take takethe takethe takethe
the little girl out of the hands of the thejuvenile thejuvenile thejuvenile
juvenile court and restore it to the grand Brandmother grandmother grandmother
mother Mrs Shreves who is making the thefight thetight thefight
fight for the mother
LARCENY AND ASSAULT ASSAULTBASIS ASSAULTBASIS ASSAULTBASIS
BASIS OF COMPLAINTS COMPLAINTSTwo
Two complaints were Issued by the coun county county county ¬
ty attorney yesterday Frank Hand Is Ischarged Ischarged ischarged
charged with grand larceny It is alleged allegedthat allegedthat allegedthat
that he stole 176 and a diamond worth worthZ25
325 from Robert H Alsworth at Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field Monday MondayIn p pIn
In the other complaint Michael Hanlo HanloIs
is ctarged with assault upon Peter J JSchoyan JSchoyan JSehoyan
Schoyan last Sunday It is claimed he heattacked heattacked heattacked
attacked Cheyenne with a knife Ha Hanio Hanlo Hanb ¬
nio nb was as arrested yesterday by Deputy DeputySheriff
Sheriff A A Butler
IRONWORKERS IRONOREUSMAY A Y STRIKE STRIKELabor
Labor Organization Objects to Cer Certain Certain Certaiii ¬
tain Phases of Utah Ho Hotel Hotel Hotel ¬
tel Contracts ContractsLabor
Labor troubles In the erection of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah hotel at Main and Brigham streets streetsare streetare
are impending Within a few days it la laexpected 15expected isexpected
expected the struggle between the Struc Structural Structural Structural ¬
tural Iron yorkers orkers of America and the theErectors theErectors theErectors
Erectors association will be on In earn earnest earnest earneat ¬
est estThe
The steel contract for the hotel has been beenlet beenlet beenlet
let to the American Amerl an Bridge company and andthe andthe andthe
the fabrication contract has been een let to the theJones theJones theJones
Jones Construction company com pan According
to the union Iron workers the Jones Con Construction Canstructlon Construction ¬
struction company is an open shop It Itis ItIs Itis
is said the construction company is backed backedby
by b the American Bridge company and the theErectors thoErectors theErectors
Erectors association associationThe
The Utah hotel steel work Is large largeenough largeenough largeenough
enough to furnish employment to about aboutmen 35men 35 35men
men for from three to four months The Theunion Theunion Theunion
union men say they will fight vigorously vigorouslyagainst vigorouslyagainst igorouslYagainst
against the establishment of the open opensliop openIn openshop
shop In Utah and a prolonged struggle struggleinto
into which other organizations of the
building trades council will be drawn drawnls drawnlsexpected is isexpected Isexpected
expected
S p
PROGR PROGRESS SS OF A JlAchievements C CENTURY CENTURYAchievements NTURYAchievements
Achievements of the Disciples of ofChrist ofChrist ofChrist
Christ Since the Time of Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander Campbell CampbellPittsburg CampbellPittsburg
Pittsburg Oct 19 19Tbe The ninth and andconcluding andconcluding andconcluding
concluding days session of the inter international International international ¬
national centennial and convention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Disciples of Christ Christian Christianchurch Christianchurch Christianchurch
church is being held today Evangel Evangelistic ¬
istic tic work was discussed and tonight tonightthe
the convention ends with street meet meetings meetings meetings ¬
ings by volunteer evangelists and sing singers singers singera ¬
ers ersThe
The proceedings developed a number numberof
of noteworthy achievements For the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time It Is claimed tho laymen laymenwere
were given knowledge of the magnitude magnitudeof
of the denomination Forty times more moredelegates moredelegatS moredelegates
delegates attended this convention than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the one held In this city eighteen years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago agoIn agoIn agoIn
In a century the Christian church has hasobtained hasobtained hasobtained
obtained 1300000 communicants 11714 11714churches 11714churches 11714churches
churches 8752 87 Bible schools and 6661 6661ministers 6661ministers 6661ministers
ministers Nearly a million students studentsare
are enrolled in the Bible schools and andthe andthe andthe
the total church valuation Is 29742244 29742244The 29742211The 29742244The
The steamer Oregon built by the thechunh thechu thechurch
church chu b In the local shipyard was dedi dedicated dedicated dedicated ¬
cated and then dismantled for ship shipment shipment shipment ¬
ment to the Congo river where it en enters enters enters ¬
ters the missionary ml slonary field One hundred hundredthousand hUndredthousand hundredthousand
thousand dollars was contributed in inopen Inopen inopen
open meetings for carrying on work at athome athome athome
home and abroad
KEDDINGTON KEDDINGTONFUNERAL KEDDINGTONFUNERALWell FUNERAL FUNERALWell
Well Known Master Plumber Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Buried Today TodayThe
The funeral of John W r Keddington will willbe willbe willbe
be held today at 2 oclock in the Tenth Tenthward Tenthward Tenthward
ward meeting house corner of Eighth EighthEast EighthEast EighthEast
East and Fourth South streets Friends Friendsmay Friendsma Friendsmay
may ma view the remains at the family res residence resIdence residence ¬
idence 807 Second avenue from 11 oclock oclockto
to 1
1Mr
Mr Keddington was a man of strong strongcharacter strongcharacter strongcharacter
character and winning personality As a amaster amaster amaster
master plumber < > r he has been Identified Identifiedwith Identifiedwith identifiedwith
with the building trades and development developmentof
of the city He was a very able busi business buslnl8S business ¬
ness man and had the fullest confidence confidenceof
of his associates and friends He is sur survived survived survived ¬
vived by ids widow Rosa Hilton Kedding Keddington Kedd ng ngton ¬
ton his son Leon and little daughter daughterFay daughterFay daughterFay
Fay Decedent was a member of the theWoodman theWoodman theWoodman
Woodman lodge camp No 406
GOOD TALKS TO TOTHE TOTHEAD
THE THEAD AD MEN MEN1ohthly MENMonthly
Monthly Gathering atthe Com CommercialClub Commerci Commercial ¬
mercialClub merci tCJub Club Proves Provesa Prov s saJolI
a aJolI Jolly Affair AffairThat AffairThat
That bunch of otwcllknown Well known young youngSalt yo youngSalt ng ngSalt
Salt Lakers Lttk Lakerswho rs who compose the Ad club of ofthis ofthis ofth1a
this city met last night In their regular regularmonthly regularmonthly regularmonthly
monthly gathering at the Commercial Commercialclub
club There wem many things under dis discussion dIscussion discussion ¬
cussion and some home truths were werepounded werepounded werepounded
pounded into the eagerly absorptive brains brainsof b lns lnsof
of the men of the city who whote1Vth tell the wom women ¬
en what to wear the men what to smoke smokeand Splokeand smokeand
and the general public how to behave behavethemselves behavethemselves behavethemselves
themselves themselvesIt
It was a Jolly gathering around that ta table tlble table ¬
ble last night But there t reas was an anunder anundercurrent under undercurrent undercurrent ¬
current of the real whats what and the theglasses theglasses theglasses
glasses were poised while Sidney flecker fleckerforeman Heckerforaman Reekerforeman
foreman of the composing roam z qm of The TheHeraldRepublican TheHoraldRepubllean T11eHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican and George G orge T 1 Ensign Ensignwho EnslgIlwho EnSignwho
who is a big man on the cases with tho thoTelegram thoTelegram theTelegram
Telegram in a polite way gave their theiropinion theiropinion theiropinion
opinion of their fellow teUowguests guests Who turned turnedin
in late copy copyThere COPThere copyThere
There was a hooray and ahoorah whon whonthese whonthese whenthese
these talks were finished and smiles of ofjoviality ofjoviality ofjoviality
joviality were on every face but behind behindall
all there was a glimmer of thoughtfulness thpughtfulnesswhich
which betokened that the few words of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two men who wrestle wre tle with the me mechanical mechanlenl mechanical ¬
chanical problems of advertising every everyday everyday everyday
day had penetrated deeply into the brains brainsof
of the men ton the street streetAll streetAll streetAll
All in all it was a a pleasant piea ant evening eveningpresided eveningpr eveningpresided
presided pr > SJdedoveryeryablb over very ably by Malcolm Mc McAllister McAilteter Ie IeAlll ¬
Allister Alll r who was particularly happy in inhis Inhis inhis
his introductions Those present were wereMalcolm wereMalcolm wereMalcolm
Malcolm McAllister of the GilesMcAllis GilesMcAllister ¬
ter Advertising agency F D French of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Utah Blllposting company George B EHale BHale BHale
Hale HeraldRepublican HernW RepubUcan C R Brazier Brazierpublicity BrazierpUblloltV Brazierpublicity
publicity agent for fo Sullivan S tuvan Fireproof FireproofPartition FireproofPartition FireproofPartition
Partition company J J OConnor of ofOConnor ofOConnor ofOconnor
OConnor Co Advertising agency A AE AE AE
E Lewis of the Telegram Sidney Hecker Heckerof
of The T e HeraldRepublloan n C E Wood Woodof
of the Tribune Trlb ne H H Potter and J 1 O OYoung OYoung 0Young
Young of otThe The HeraldRepublican George GeorgeT
T Ensign of the Telegram H J Halton HaltonF
F B Woodbury assistant foreman of ofthe ofthe 01the
the Deseret News Paul Hammer Jr jror jrorthe of ofthe ofthe
the Theatre Publishing company F T THarris THarris THarris
Harris of the Mines Directory company companyand
and John If r Walden WaldenThe ValdanThe ValdenThe
The members of the club decided to tohold tohold tohold
hold an advertising mens convention to toembrace toembmee toembrace
embrace the various portions of this state stateon
on a date to be fixed later
I CITY BREVITIES BREVITIESL 1 1L
L C ROBBER of the Hubbard Invest Investment Invostment Investmeat ¬
ment company has returned from an anextensive anextenalve anextensive
extensive trip to Idaho and Montana MontanaHe
He reports a lively interest in Salt Lake Lakerealty Lakereftlt Lakerealty
realty reftlt among men of money in these thesetwo thesotwo thesetwo
two states statesJ
J S SMITH S UTH who was In Salt Lake on onTuesday onTuosdRy onTuesday
Tuesday from Fillmore Millard coun county count county ¬
ty t said coyotes are causing much trou trouble trouble trouhis ¬
ble for the ranchmen in that district districtkilling districtkilling districtkilling
killing young cattle One man on a arecent arecent arecent
recent hunting trip he says killed be between between between ¬
tween SO and 100 of the coyotes coyotesA
A REGULAR QUARTERLY 3 per cent centdividend centdividend centdividend
dividend amounting to 15009 payable payableimmediately payableImmediately payableimmediately
immediately was declared by the direc directors dlreetors directom ¬
tors of the Daseret National bank yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdayADVICES terdayADVICES
I IADVICES
ADVICES WERE RECEIVED in the city cityyesterday clt cityyesterday i iosterday
yesterday that F E McGurrin presi president prestdent president ¬
dent of the Salt Lake Security Trust Trustcompany Trostcompan Trustcompany
company has been elected vice presi president president president ¬
dent for Utah of the American Bankers Bankersassociation Bankersassociation Bankersassociation
association Mr McGurrin will serve Il lve in inthis Inthis Inthis
this capacity during the year 190910 190910and 19 190910and < 10 10and
and his company is one of four trust trustcompanies trustcompanies trustcompanies
companies in the United States to be beso beso beso
so represented representedJUDGE repretl represcotedJTDGE l1ted l1tedJTmGE
JUDGE ALEXANDER ALEXAr ER MlFASTER of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the juvenile court went to Park City Cityyesterday Cityesterday Cityyesterday
yesterday to hold court there Summit Summitand Summitand Summitand
and Tooele counties are Included in the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake district presided over by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge McMaster McMasterTWO lIcIaaterTWO McMasterTWO
TWO NEW CASES of typhoid fever were werereported werereported werereported
reported to the city board of health he lth yes yesterday yestemay yesterday ¬
terday as follows John Pocock aged agedIii
16 365 3 Iti 5 South Ninth East street and andVerne andVcrne andVerne
Verne Watson aged 16 423 4 West Third ThirdNorth ThirdNorth ThirdNorth
North street streetTHE streetTHE streetTHE
THE state board of examiners met yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday in the office of Governor Wil William WI11am VUlIam ¬
liam Spry in regular session sessionSTOCKHOLDERS sessionSTOCKHOLDERS sessionSTOCKHOLDERS
STOCKHOLDERS of the Mexican Na National National National ¬
tional railways held an informal meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing in the offices of th the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine i
Line yesterday and selected George H HSmith HSmith I ISmith
Smith chairman and L B Swaner sec secretary leCretary eecretary ¬
retary M M Young was appointed in inspector Inspector inspector ¬
spector and the meeting adjourned un until until until ¬
til today when more of th the stockhold stockholders ¬
ers are expected to be here hereTHE hereTHE hereTHE
THE HISTORICAL DIVISION of the theGenealogical theGenealogical theGenealogical
Genealogical society will meet at the theLion theLion theLion
Lion house today too at 3 oclock
GOVERNOR WILLIAM SPRY has been beenasked beenaaked beenasked
asked to name a delegate from Utah Utahfor Utahtor Utahfor
for the annual convention of the Na National National National ¬
tional Society for the Promotion of In Industrial Industrial Industnial ¬
dustrial Education The request was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made in a letter received from the sec secretary secretaI seeretary ¬
retary retaI of th the > society J C Monaghan Monaghanyesterday Monaghanyesterday Monaghanyesterday
yesterday The meeting will be held in inMilwaukee InMilwaukee InMilwaukee
Milwaukee Dec 2 3 and 4 4MRS 4RS 4MRS
MRS RS MURRAY Y SULLIVAN AN will enter entertain entertain entertam ¬
tain tam with a bridge tea to be given givenThursday givenThursday givenThursday
Thursday afternoon at her home in inFourth inFourth inFourth
Fourth avenue avenueTHE avenueTHE avenueTHE
THE FUNERAL of Mary Mary A Boehner Boehneraged Boehneraged Boehneraged
aged 76 years will be held from the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Methodist church at 2 p m to today today today ¬
day Friends wishing to see the re remains remains remains ¬
mains may do so from 1 to 2 oclock in inthe Inthe Inthe
the church corner Second East and andSecond andSecond andSecond
Second South SouthTHE SouthTHE SouthTHE
THE COLLEGE CLUB will meet Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day afternoon with Mrs Ballard and andMrs andZrs andMrs
Mrs Sweezy at the home of the Rev RevWilliam RevWUllam RevWilliam
William M Paden
AUSTRIAN MINERS DEATH DEATHWILL DEATHILL DEATHWILL
WILL ILL BE INVESTIGATED INVESTIGATEDJohn
John E Pettit state coal mine inspector inspectorreturned Inspectorreturned inspectorreturned
returned Tuesday afternoon after Inspect Inspecting ¬
ing mines at Sunnyside Cedar Creek and andother andother andother
other points Mr Pettit upon his arrival arrivalhome arrlvaihome arrivalhome
home received word that an Austrian Austrianminer Austrianminer Austrianminer
miner had been killed in the Winter Quar Quarters QuarterA Quarters ¬
ters mine near Scofield Carbon county countyand countyand countyand
and he will leave this morning to investi investigate investgRte Investigate ¬
gate gateMr
Mr Pettlfs report will embody the facts factslearned tactslearned factslearned
learned in his inspection tour tourS
S S
QUEER WORK BY ENGINEERS ENGINEERSRepublican EN1NEERSRepublican
Republican Candidate for Council CouncilTells COMcilTells CouncilTells
Tells of Need for Changed ChangedConditions ChangedConditions ChangedConditions
Conditions ConditionsJames
James G McAllister Republican candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date for council for the short term from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the First precinct gave another reason reasonlast reuonlast reasonlast
last night why he was anxious to get a aseat aseat asent
seat In the city council As he told ft t to toa toa toa
a few friends at Republican headquarters headquartersMr
Mr McAllister paid his compliments to tothe tothe tothe
the city engineers force of surveyors and andInspectors andInspectors andinspectors
Inspectors by describing some work done donein
in connecting his house with the sewer at atEarls
9 Earls court courtEmployes courtEmployes courtEmployee
Employes of the city engineers office officewere officewere officewere
were sent to fix the grade of the sewer sewerlast sewerlast sewerInst
last month After they bad run their theirline theirline theirline
line and set stakes Mr McAllister noticed noticedthe
the stakes and saw that they were trying tryingto
to make the sewer run up hill He called calledthe canedthe calledthe
the attention of the city employe to the themistake themlstale themistake
mistake in the grade and received scant scantcourtesy scantcourtesy scantcourtesy
courtesy The plumbers came next day daywhile daywhile daywhile
while Mr McAllister McA11I > ter was at homeland homelandafter home and andafter andafter
after a time he succeeded in having an another another another ¬
other line run by the city surveyor Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the pipes were laid by the plumber and andthe andthe andthe
the work was inspected by the city in inspector Inspector inSpector ¬
spector and passed as all right rightMr rightMr
Mr McAllister arrived home at night nightjust nightjust nightjust
just in time to prevent the men from fill fillIng fillIng filling
Ing in the trench tr nch Investigation showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that the pipe had been laid from his base basement 1Jaaement 1asement ¬
ment to the stwer in the street on an up upgrade upgrade upgrade ¬
grade of one inch to each three feet and andwith andwith andwith
with this the work had been passed and andapproved andnpproed andapproved
approved
ENDED TIE REVOLUTION REJfOLOlHYorktown REVOLUTIONYorktown
Yorktown Va Oct 19 190n On the his historic historic historte ¬
toric ground where Lord Cornwallte Cornwalltesurrendered Cornwalllllsurrendered Cornwalllssurrendered
surrendered on this date 128 years ago agopatriotic agopatriotic agopatriotic
patriotic Americans are gathered to together together together ¬
gether today to celebrate the event Theexercises Theexercises The Theexercises
exercises are being held under the aus auspices aU8plces auspices ¬
pices of the Descendants of the Signers Signersof
of the Declaration of Independence the theYorktown theYorlttown theYorktown
Yorktown Historical society of the theUnited thepnlted theJjnlted
United States and the citiaens clU ns of York Yorkcounty Yorkcount Yorkcounty
county countyMany countMany countyMany
Many of the schools In the vicinity vicinitygave vicinitygave vicinitygave
gave a holiday In order to allow the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children to do honor to the occasion occasionFour occasionFur occasionFour
Four companies of coast artillery from fromFortress fromFortress fromFortress
Fortress Monroe and a detachment detachmentfrom
from the Atlantic torpedo flotilla par participated participated participated ¬
ticipated ticipatedThe T TThe
The exercises opened with the mark marking markIng marking ¬
ing of fifteen historic spots by a spe special special spacial ¬
cial committee from the Yorktown His Historical Hlatoriml Historical ¬
torical society The principal event of ofthe orthe ofthe
the morning was a parade of the school schoolchildren schoolchildren choolchildren
children of York and surrounding coun counties counties counties ¬
ties It ended at the grandstand at the theNelson theNelson theNelson
Nelson house where the exercises exercl es of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day were concluded concludedRepresentative concludedRepresentative concludedRepresentative
Representative J Hampton Moore of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania president of the Atlantic AtlanticDeep AtlanticDeep AtlanticDeep
Deep Waterways association delivered deliveredthe
the principal address
I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES NOTESThe
The junior class yesterday afternoon se selected selcted aslected ¬
lected Bob Wilson class cla a director dl or The TheJuniors Thejuniors Thejuniors
Juniors promise to have one of the liveli liveliest 111ellest Jiveliest ¬
est organizations that has been In the theschool tbeschool theschool
school for yars rears ars The matter of the an annual annual annun ¬
nual nun get acquainted party Is under con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration and will be held in the Baton Batongymnasium EatongJrmnaslum aton atongymnasium
gymnasium shortly shortlyPresident stortlyPresident sLortlyPresident
President Reginald Wallace together togetherwith tOUetberwith togetherwith
with Captain Frank Spencer now fta a asquad 8squad asquad
squad of twentytwo men from which to topick topick topick
pick the football team and daily pr practice prac practice c cUce ¬
tice is being held Including Saturday aft afternoons aftornoons aftornoons ¬
ornoons The officers of the class meet meetregularly meetregularlY meetregularly
regularly once a week while twice dur during durIng durlag ¬
ing the month the class assembles te t hear hearthe
the reports and ardto to discuss matters for the thebetterment thebetterment thebetterment
betterment of the organization organizationThe or nlzatlon nlzatlonThe
The athletic girls of the school have havenow havenow havenow
now begun the organization of a aball b basket basketball ektt ekttbajLteam ¬
bajLteam ball team in earnest Six full teams on flrncrom one onefrom onfrom >
from each ea h gymnasium class report everv evervnight everypJghtfor evervnight
night pJghtfor for practice and it will > 1w M > with wiMsome williomedifflculty withsome
some omedifflculty difficulty that the first team is ischosen ischosen ischosen
chosen
t <
THUGS GETTING BOLDER BOLDERPolice BOlD R RI
I Police Unable to Check Assaults in inBusiness inBusiness inBusiness
Business Portion of ofCity ofMurderous ofCity
i
City CityMurderous CityMurderous
Murderous assaults on the main streets streetsof ets etsof
of Salt Lake where members of tho thoAmerican theAmerican thoAmerican
American party socalled police force are arasupposed aresupposed aresupposed
supposed to be passing continually con continue 000tlnue continue ¬
tinue to be carried on with the t utmost utm08tImpunity utmostimpunity utmostimpunity
impunity by members of th the gang of ofcrooks otcrooks ofcrooks
crooks and holdups hol ups who are overrunning overrunningthe
the city clt at present presentLast presentLast presentLast
Last night a man giving the name of ofGeorge otGeorge 4
George Rackham rooming at the Lincoln Lincolnhouse Lincolnhouse Lincolnhouse
house was assaulted ulted and robb robbed d of 20 20on 20on 20on
on West Third South street half a block blockfiom blocktlom blockfiom
fiom Main street Two men shoved guns gunsIn
in his face at 11 oclock while many per persons perlIOns pereons ¬
sons were passing Ing on the opposite oppo tte side sldoof sldsot sideof
of the street Because he objected to be being beIng belug ¬
ing searched he was knocked down with withthe withthe withthe
the butt of a revolver and dragged into intothe Intothe Intothe
the alley west of the Greenewald furni furniture furniture furniture ¬
ture store and left to recover conscious consciousness ¬
ness The matter was reitortMl to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police with the usual result Friends of ofRackham ofRaekham ofRackham
Rackham took him to his room and anddressed anddre81lCd anddressed
dressed his injuries He H was not severely
hurt hurtMonday hurtMonday hurtMonday
Monday night a soldier from Fort Doug ¬
las was beaten and robbed directly across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the street from the Wilson hotel The Thethugs Thethugs Thethugs
thugs escaped into Commercial street and andwere andwre andwere
were not captured Pedestrians picked up
the soldier and carried him to a nearb nearbdrug nearbdrug >
drug store and after being revived he was wfistaken witttaken wastaken
taken to the t fort Police officers supposed supposedto
to be on the East Second South street beat beatwere beatwere t twere
were nowhere to be found and as usual
the pollee failed to get any clue to the theassailants th thaallants theassailants
assailants
GLENWOOD HOME SITES SITESGO SITESGO SITESGO
GO LIKE HOT CAKES CAKESEight
Eight building sites were sold yesterday
by Kimball Richards in the new subdi subdivision BubdlvtsIon subdivision ¬
vision Qlenwood on 0 Twelfth South street streetbetween streetbetween streetbetween
between Fifth and Sixth East streets One Oneof On Onot Oneof
of the purchasers Is a Montana Mont D business businessman bu lneu lneuman
man who during a stopover In this city
became Impressed with the bustling ac activity activity ¬ 1 1tivity
tivity of Salt Lake and decided to make makehis makehis makhis
his residence re idenco here He will sell out hIs htsinterests hIsInterests hisinterests
interests in Montana and within a short shorttime Bhorttime shorttime
time move here to make his hi home He Heplanning Heplanning g gplanning
planning to erect a fine home on the ttv ttvlots tW41 tW4110tllpurcblUled twiota
lots 10tllpurcblUled purchased Another purchaser pure who whohas wbohas whohas
has homebuilding plans is a contractor contractoron
on one of th the < > large buildings now in incourse Incoure Incouree
course of construction con tructlon in this city elt

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