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Republican Candidate Will WillRe WillReceive Re Receive Receive ¬
ceive Big Majority in inthe intheFilst the theFirst theFirst
First Precinct PrecinctAMERICAN PrecinctAMERICAN PrecinctAMERICAN
James D Murdoch will undoubtedly receive re receive receIve ¬
ceive n a L large majority In th t the p e First pre proclnet precinct precinct ¬
cinct according to the second canvass canvassof
of the Republicans which has been com completed comJJleted cornpleted ¬
pleted and tabulated ond the Republi Republican ¬
can workers In the precinct which MrMurdoch Mr MrMurdoch MrMurdoch
Murdoch has represented In the city coun council council council ¬
cil for tho last two years have received receivedassurances receIvedassurances receivedassurances
assurances from voters of all parties that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they Intend to help place Mr Murdoch lr lrthe itthe >
the mayors a office officeThe ofaoeThe otfioeThe
The experience of the First precinct In Insidewalk Inldowalk Ineldewalk
sidewalk matters during the last two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years has been a bitter one and the mal maladministration maladmln1atratlon maladminlEratlon ¬
administration of the American party hasCost has haacost hascost
cost the citizens of that precinct recinct thousands thou thousands thousands ¬
sands of dollars Miles of cement walks walkslaid walkslaid walkslaid
laid within the last eighteen months in inthe IIIthe inthe
the southeast part of the city have either eitherbeen eitherbeen eitherbeen
been torn uo or are worse than no walks walksat
at all and the taxpayers have paid full fullvalue fullvalue fullvalue
value for good work and received nothing nothingfor
for their money 1n many places where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the walks have been torn up it has beenfound been beenfound beenfound
found that instead of four inches of good goodcement goodcement goodcement
cement there was a walk of two or three threeInches threeInches threeinches
Inches of poor cement poorly laid laidImprovement laidImprovement laidImprovement
Improvement Record RecordThis RecordThis RecordThis
This sidewalk building which Is Includ Included ¬
ed in tho record of Improvements un under under under ¬
der the American party administration administrationwas
was done under the supervision of Amer American AmerIcan Amerloan ¬
ican party ward heelers appointed as In Inspectors inspectors inspectors ¬
spectors for the board of public works worksMen worksMen worksMen
Men who had be been in bartenders and shoo shoemakers shoomakers shoomakers ¬
makers drew J3 3 a day for watching the thacontractors thecontractors thecontractors
contractors put in miles of sidewalks cdewalkswhich Edewalkswhich sidewalkswhich
which were not In accordance with speci specifications specifications speclfications ¬
fications and these the e walks were accepted acceptedand
and the Rood ood money of the taxpayers taxpayerswas
was paid for the Improvements ImprovementsWe
We want Improvements Just as fast aa aawe aswe anwe
we can pay for them but this thlslde idea thatthe that thatthe th t tthe
the people of the First precinct will pay paytheir paytheir paytheir
their good money for such sidewalks as ashave ashave ashave
have been given us recently Is a mistake mistakethat mistakethat mistakethat
that will be corrected on election day daysaid daysaid daysaid
said a business man of the First precinct precinctlast precinctInst precinctInst
Inst night nightThe nightThe t tThe
The record of James D Murdoch In Inthe inthe
the city council shows that as mayor he hewill hewill hewill
will see that the t e taxpayers of Salt Lake Lakeget Laktget Lakeget
get full value for every dollar expended expendedMr
Mr Murdoch Is In favor of Improvements Improvementsjust
just as fast as the city can pay for them thembut thembut thembut
but no one who knows the Republican Republicancandidate Republicancandidate Republicancandidate
candidate can imagine that he will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue the practice of the American party partyadministration partyadministration partyadministration
administration In slipping anywhere from fromS1000
S1000 to 40000 S JO extra to the favored con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor when his Job Is completed completedThe
The Conduit Steal StealTake StealTake StealTake
Take the conduit steal for Instance InstanceThere instanceThere instanceThere
There the American party made a con contract contract contract ¬
tract with Pat Moran to complete the heCottonwood theOottonwood theCottonwood
Cottonwood conduit Moran came In with witha
a request for 40000 or so for making his hisconduit hisconduit hisconduit
conduit watertight and the coin was wasslipped wasslipped wasslipped
slipped to him without a murmur Again Againthf Againthe Againthe
the intercepting sewer deal In which the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party > administration has been beentrylnc beentrying beentrying
trying to hand Pat Moran 20000 for forlatching forlatching forcatching
latching up a piece of pipe that was to toost toost toost
ost about 16000 according to the original origi original original ¬
nal contract It is due solely solelyto to the en energetic enerreUc energetic ¬
ergetic work of James Murdoch that Mo Morans Morans Morans
rans bill of 30000 extra has not notbeen notbeenpaid been beenpaid beenpaid
paid paidA
A little matter of saving the taxpay taxpayers ¬
ers 1000 1 < < > 0 to 40000 on every Important Importantcontract Importantcontract importantcontract
contract Is one that the voters of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First precinct appreciate and we are cer certainly certainh certainly ¬
tainly going to show this appreciation of
Mr Murdoch on election day
e DE LARA DEFENSE DEFENSEOrganization LEAGUE LEAGUEOrganization IEAGUEOrganization
Organization Farmed to Prevent PreventPossible if ifPossible ifPossible
Possible Deportation of the theSocialist theSocialist theSocialist
Socialist to Mexico MexicoLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 20 20A A fund fundsufficient fundrofflclent fundsufficient
sufficient to ball L Gutierrez de Lara Laraout Lnaout Laraout
out of prison where he is held on a acharge achLrge achprge
charge of being an alien anarchist was waspledged wasledged waspledged
pledged here today toda and the de Lara Latedefense Laradefense Laradefense
defense league was organized to aid aidhim aidhim aidhim
him in his effort to escape deportation deportationto
to Mexico MexicoA
A mass meeting in his behalf will be beheld beheld beheld
held Saturday night Previous to that thattime thattim thattime
time meetings of several local labor laborunions laborunions laborunions
unions will be held and resolutions will willlie willbe willbe
be presented declaring that unjust unjustmethods unjustmethods unjustmethods
methods are being used to deport de deLara deLara deLam
Lara LaraAt LaraAt LamAt
At the mass meeting on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night John I Ifennlth ennlh Turner companion companionof
of de Lara on his trip to Mexico and andauthor andauthor andauthor
author of magazine articles entitled entitledBarbarous entitledBarbarouB entitledBarbarous
Barbarous Mexico will speak He Hehas Hebas Hehas
has announced that he will tell on this thisoccasion thisoccasion thisoccasion
occasion why In his belief the Mexi Mexlan Mexican Mexican ¬
can an government may be seeking to have havede havede havede
de Lara deported
local Cooks and Other Hotel and andRestaurant andRestaurant andRestaurant
Restaurant Employes to toForm toForm toForm
Form Club ClubA
A local organization of the cooks cookswaiters cookswalters cookswaiters
waiters and waitresses of the city win wiftbe winbe wiflbe
be perfected at a meeting meet1n to be held heldWednesday heldWednesday heldWednesday
Wednesday Oct 27 at the Knights of ofColumbus ofColumbus ofColumbus
Columbus hall No 21 West First South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street third floor A free banquet will willbe wlUbe willbe
be given and all cooks waiters and andwaitresses andwa1tresses andwaitresses
waitresses of the city are invited to at attend attend attend ¬
tend tendAn tendAn tendV
V An excellent program has been pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared for the occasion and a royal royalgood royalgood royalgood
good time is anticipated Tne program programwill programvlll programwill
will include musical numbers both vo vocal o ocal ¬
cal 01 and instrumental Instrurtt > ntal and responses to totoasts totoasts totoasts
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tends to bring the desired desiredresults desiredresults desiredresults
results but butds completely isfcompletelysatisfacto is t completelysatisfactory cOIDRletelysatisfactory
satisfactory satisfacto as far as aspromptness aspromptne aspromptness
promptness s carefulness carefulnessand carefulnessand
and reasonable charges chargesis
is concerned
The Pure Drug DrugDispensary DrugDispensary DrugDispensary
Dispensary DispensaryI
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in every respect with all imrovements im improvements improvements ¬
provements p several already alreadysold
sold and occupied occupiedPRICE occupiedPRICE occupiedz
t PRICE 3000 3000AND 3000AND
A reasonable figure very verySold verySold veryk
k l A Sold by b us orb or by an any firstclass firstclassReal firstclassr firstclassReal
city citySALT r Real Estate Dealer in in the city citySALT citySAL
Phones 142 32 Up Main MainSt Str St
When the wanttoowna wanttoownahome
home fever gets into your yourbones yourbones yourbones
bones STUDY the classified ads adsBOOTHS adsBOOTHS adsGUARANTEED
Full FoII1UenaurSolld Menaure Solid Meats MeataAlrvnys MeatsAlways Ient IentAltvns
Always In new cans Ca cansfrom from the theshell theshell theshell
shell to your table Booths Guaran Guaranteed Guaranteed Guaranteed ¬
teed Oysters carry the tempting temptingaroma temptingaroma temptingaroma
aroma of the sea the flavor of ofnewlycaught ofnewlycaught
newlycaught the purity of deep deepwaters deepwaters deepwaters
waters They They are a delicate treat treatfor treatfor treatfor
for lovers of good things to eat eatAt eatAt eatAt
At all firstclass dealers or orBOOTH orBOOTH orBOOTH
30 West 1st South SouthP SouthJ
The Clothier ClothierHAS ClothierHAS ClothierHAS
Directly nero moss the street from the theold tJaeold theold
old stand
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We offer in tho millinery section S ctl n a aSaraplo aSamplo aSample
Values up to JSOO 8o at
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The Store For Thursday Shopping ShoppingEvery
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Every Department will contribute to make it the Greatest Bargain Day Extra Extraspecial Extraspecial Extraspecial
special inducements in the following items 9uotedMillinery quoted quotedMillinery quotedMillinery
I I Millinery Depart DepartTODAY Department DepartmentTODAY
TRIMMED HAT FOR 495 495Most 495Most 4 95
1 1Most
Most effectively an and becomingly trimmed with wings wingsfeathers wingsfeathers
feathers and an metallic bands all the e new fall a colors colorsand f
9 5 and an a large variety o ostyles of ofstyles 9 5 5styles
495 4 = styles at atVI atMisses to choose from fromat 4
Misses Missesr VI Fine r Felt e Hats 295 295Reg
2Misses Reg Reg4value 4 value Today a agood 95 950o
295 2 good 0o assortment of ofstyles ofstyles o ostyles 295 295good
styles to choose from fromToday fromTodaySpecials fromTodaySpecials
Today TodaySpecials Specials in Womens and andMisses andMisses andomens
Misses TailorfVSade Suits Suitsns
1500 Womens omens ns Tailored a ai ore r Suits Suitsat Suitsomens u t
at 101195 1011952t50 1
2250 omens e s Tailored a lor d Suits Suitsat u
2t50 at 1595 1595i 1
i 2500 O Womens omens n s Tailored a ai ore r d Suits Suitsat u
2t at atThese 1795 1795These
These three special prices comprise about two hundred handsome new fall suits suitsthe suitsthe suitsthe
the latest 45inch coat length full satin lined the materials are the newest neW lt em embracing embracing embracing ¬
bracing the Herringbones Homespuns Hom spuns Cheviots and Broadcloths Br adaloths the skirt thenew the thenew thpnew
new pleated Models all colors represented
750 50 and 800 la Skirts irts Sa95 Sa95Ladies 5 5Ladies
Ladies Panama and Novelty Skirts long yoke with pleats A good assortment assortmentof
of sizes Colors gray Y YMade black blue and fancy gray mixtures mixturesExtraordinary mixturesExtraordinary
Extraordinary Sale Waists e 69c 69cMade
Made of an extra good quality of the fancy figured and striped English percale percalefull
full length sleeve full front pleated broad bro ad shoulder effect A large assortment assortmentof t tof
of light and dark colors All sizes from 34 to 42
200 Long Kimonos KimonosToday 150 Moire Petti Petticoats Petticoats
159 159Today coats 95c 95cMade c cMade
Today special specialextra extra good quality of fancy fig figured figured figured ¬ Made of an extra good quality of moire mo with withdeep withdeep ithdeep
ured Flannelette in the loose and shirred waist waisteffect waisteffectall waisteffectall deep tucked knee flounce an axtrsordintrily axtrsordintrilygood
effect effectall all sizes good value valueOne valuelot valueOne
One lot of of o Long 125 Ki Kimonos onos today 9Sc 9ScUnderwear c cUnderwear I I IUnderwear
Underwear Specials SpecialsLadies i iLadies Neckwear Neckwear15c NeckwearGloves NeckwearGoves
Ladies good quality Union Suits S11 ts mixed wool wooland wooland wooland
and cotton co cottoncream tonc1 cream am only onlyThe i 125 25 Gloves and andHandkerchiefs andandkerchefs
The e suit sultSpecIal sultSpecIalLadies Special SpecialLadies
Ladies good quality Test and Pants mixed jjool jjooland wool wooland wooland Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefsli n
and cotton cottongray gray only onlySpecial 60c 60 c
each eachBoys
Special SpecialJach SpecialJachBoys
fine wool Union Suits Suitsgray 15c Buster u Brown Collars Collarslinen Collar1inen l r
Boys 1 00 li h IOc IOct
gray only Special Specialeach each eachThursday II IIThursday IThursday linen each each50c each50c
50c imitation ia Irish i lace Dutch DutchCollars 3Sc 3Sclo 35
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Collars each eachEmbroidered eachEmbroidered
Thursday Notion Specials Specials45c S
Embroidered linen l Collars o two twofor
lo 2 25c 25cLarge
45c and 50c Fancy Dresden Rib Kibbons n b 29 c for forLarge c cLarge
bons bonsSpecial Special the yard yard25c yard25c yard25c Large Maline bows all colors colorseach
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I 25c Luster Silk Taffeta Ribbon Rib on in inall 15c C each eachFownes c
all colors colorsSpecIal Special the yard yard25c yard25c
25c each each75c Long Bead Necklace NecklaceSpecial Special Specialeach ecial 15c c c75c KID GLOVES GLOVESFowncs
75c and 85c Hand Bags inblack in black brown tan tangreen tangreen tangreen Fownes Marlboro oneclasp one c18sp full pique aeaps aeapsa eaIItI eaIItIn d da
green and navy navySpecial Special Specialeach SOC c c85c a good value at 150 our special specialprice 1 2 5
each each35c each35c price per pair pairLadies pairIa pairLadies cis C
35c and nd 60c Elastic Belts BeltsSpecial 25 c Ladies Ia ies Cashmere Cns ere Gloves fancy fancylining 3Sc
Special each eachChildrens eachctildrens eachChildrens lining lmmgSpecial Special per pairHANDKERCHIEFS pair pairHANDICEP pairHANDKERCHIEtS c
i Childrens Boar Skin kin Caps 40o 4Qc to to7oc 25 c
7oc values valuesSpecIal Special each eachChildrens eachChildrens eachChildrens HANDICEP HANDICEPPlain HANDKERCHIEFS HANDKERCHIEtSPlain
Childrens Bonnets 35c to 60c o values in cream creamand creamRnd creamand
and white only onlySpecial 2Sc Plain white hemstitched Cambric Cambricvalue Cambric5e 3 3O
Special Sp cial each c value 5o each eachSpecial Special per doz dozChildrens dozChildrens
Childrens Dresses 95c 95cI I
I i jLarge
Large assortment of childrens school dresses dres es in wool mixtures Made up very veryjauntily veryjauntily veryjauntily
jauntily Sizes from 6 to 14 years A good assortment of f colors in the plain and andfancy andfancy andfancy
fancy mixtures Just Justth the dress for school wear
Exclusive Power Furnished FurnishedUnder FurnishedUnder FurnishedUnder
Under Tariff Act of Au August August August ¬
gust 30 1890 1890Washington 1890Washington 1890Washington
Washington Oct 20 roDrastlc Drastic measures measuresIncluding measuresIncluding measuresincluding
Including the exclusion of importations importationsfrom
from any country unjustly discriminating dtacrlminatingagainst discriminatingagainst dlcrimlnat1ngagainst
against this country may may be found neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary by the President in the event that itshould It Itshould Itshould
should be regarded as requisite for this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country to adopt retaliatory tariff mean measures meaJ5ures meanurea ¬
ures against Francewhlle France FranceWhile FranooWhile
While so far this government has re received rece1ved received ¬
ceived no official Information of the intention In Intention Intention ¬
tention of France to operate a maxi maximum maximum maximum ¬
mum tariff against this country upon the thetermination thetermlnatfonon theterminationon
termination on Oct 31 3lot of the commer commercial commercial commercial ¬
cial agreement officials here are willing willingto
to admit that there is some danger of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two countries for some time at least leastapplying leastapplying leastapplying
applying their maximum rates against againsteach againsteach againsteach
each other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The exclusion power Is furnished In sec section seoUon seetion ¬
tion 6 of the tariff act of Aug 30 1890 1890This 1590This 1890This
This section empowers the President In Incase Incnse incase
case American goods are unjustly dis discriminated discriminated discriminated ¬
criminated against by any country abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely to prohibit the importation into intothe intothe intothe
the United States from that country of ofany ofany ofany
any article he may see fit to name nameParis nameParis nameParis
Paris Oct 20 2OThe The exact assurances assurancesgiven assurancesgiven assurancesgiven
given by Senator Aldrich during his re recent recent recent ¬
cent talks with government officials re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding FrancoAmerican tariff relations relationsand
and with particular reference to the In Interpretation interpretation interpretation ¬
terpretation of section 2 of the new Amer ¬
ican tariff law are revealed in a book bookout bookout bookout
out today todayM
M Cruppi former minister of com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce who favors active French com commercial commercial commercial ¬
mercial expansion In the book quotes
Senator Aldrich as saying that President
Tafts Interpretation of undue discrimi discrimination discrimination discrimlnation ¬
nation did not mean that France must mustnecessarily mustnecessarily mustnecessarily
necessarily grant all her minimums but butonly butonly butonly
only that the treatment of American prod products produots products ¬
ucts must be reciprocally Just and rea reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
sonable and that naturally it was ex expected expected expected ¬
pected that France would give the Unit United United United ¬
ed States the same treatment as other otheractive otheractive otheractive
active competitors comp t tors in the matter of French
trade tradeM
M Cruppladds that th t Senator Aldrlchsconciliatory Aldrlchs Aldrlchsconciliatory Idrichsconciliatory
conciliatory assurances are extremely extr mely wel welcome welcome wetcome ¬
come but that after all France must
first consider her own Interests
M Cruppl contendsthe contends thepoUcy the policy of ofnegotl ofnegotlation negoti negotiation negotiation ¬
ation Is the commercial policy poll y of the fu ¬
ture and regrets that the United States
in her splendid Isolation snaps her fin fingers fingers fingers ¬
gers at the world
Mr and Mrs L A Mehse Are Given GivenToken GivenToken GivenToken
Token of Affection and andEsteem andEsteem andEsteem
Esteem EsteemAs
As a token of the kindly esteem in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they are held by their fellow fellowmembers feUowmembers fellowmembers
members In the Mlspah lodge Order of ofEastern ofEastern ofEastern
Eastern Star Mr and Mrs I L A AMehse Arehae AMehse
Mehse were presented with a sliver lov loving loving loving ¬
ing cup gold lined at a farewell func function function function ¬
tion given In their honor at the Ma Masonic Masonic la lasonic ¬
sonic temple last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The Mehse family will Itave Saturday
for Los Angeles where they will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their future home Mrs Mebse 1le1 > se was wasformerly wasrormerl wasformerly
formerly worthy matron of Mispab Mispahlodge Mispablodge Mispablodge
lodge and is now grand lecturess lecturessMr
Mr Mehse still retains his interest in inthe Inthe inthe
the Sparey Mehse cafe on Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street as well as other Interests In Intho Intho inthe
tho city His heavy mining interestscommand interests interestscommand Interestscommand
command much of his attention at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present and he feels that he can better betterlook betterlook betterlook
look after them at Los Angeles
President of Denver Rio Grande GrandeWill GrandeWill GrandeWill
Will Arrive In City Today TodayPresident TodayPresident TodayPresident
President E T Jeffery of the Denver DenverRio DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grande railroad will arrive In InSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake today toda to accompany theparty the theparty theparty
party of city officials and prominent prominentcitizens prominentcitizens prominentcitizens
citizens who will make a trip of in inspection Inspection inspection ¬
spection over the Western Pacific Friday Fri Friday Friday ¬
day Recently S V Derrah general generalfreight generalfreight generalfreight
freight and passenger agent of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western Pacific complying with In Instructions Instructions instructions ¬
structions from Mr 11 Jeffery sent an in invitation Invitation invitation ¬
vitation to Mayor Bransford askinghim asking askinghim askinghim
him to set seta a date for the excursion and andto andto andto
to Invite the city officials Mayor MayorBransford MayorBransford MayorBransford
Bransford accepted naming Friday as asthe asthe asthe
the date A handsomely fitted up spe special special apedal ¬
cial train will convey the party to the theNevada theNeada theNevada
Nevada line and return
OFFTpCKET OFFTpCKETCouncilmanic UFf THE TICKET TICKETCouncilmanic TICKETCouncilmanic
Councilmanic Candidate CandidateSteps CandidateStepsDown Steps StepsDown
Down and Out OutButWiII OutButWiIIWork ButWill ButWillWork ButWlllWork
Work Hard HardThe
The action of James G McAllister in inresigning Inresigning Inresigning
resigning from the councllmanic ticket tlckein UcketIn
in the First precinct to make possible possiblethe
the fusion which was effected yesterday yesterdayhas
has made many warm friends for Mr MrMcAllister MrMcAlUster MrMcAllister
McAllister who was nominated for the theshort theIhort theshort
short term In the precinct convention n last lasmonth lastmonth lastmonth
month monthSome monthSome monthSome
Some of Mr McAllisters friends urged urgedhim urgedhim urgedhim
him to remain on the ticket arguing that thait thatIt
it was practically certain that the Re Republicans RepubUcans Republicans ¬
publicans could elect a straight ticket for forthe forthe forthe
the council In the First precinct and It Itwas Itwas itwas
was also argued that Mr McAllisters McAllistersplace ltlcAlUstersplace McAllistersplace
place on the ticket In case fusion was ef effected effected effected ¬
fected took precedence over the name of ofFrank ofFrank ofFrank
Frank J Hewlett inasmuch as Mr Mc McAllister 31cAmster McAllister ¬
Allister was nominated by the precinct precinctconvention precinctconvention precinctconvention
convention and Mr Hewlett was appoint appointed ¬
ed by the district committee to fill a va vacancy vacancy vacancy ¬
cancy cancyI
I am for anything that will make cer certain certain certain ¬
tain the victory of the ticket said Mr MrMcAllister MrMcAllister MrMcAllister
McAllister last night as he handed his hisresignation hisresignation hisresignation
resignation to Fred C Loofbourow Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican city chairman If there is any anything anything anything ¬
thing I can do Fred you know where to tofind tofind tofind
find me and I will be anywhere you yoiwant youwant youwant
want me to be during this campaign campaignsaid
said Mr McAllister to the city chairman chairmanIm
Im not In now now as a candidate but 1 1am I Iam Iam
am In this campaign to the finish and all allI
I ask Is that you give me a chance to tofight tofight tofight
fight for the ticket In any way I can canhelp canhelp canhelp
help helpI I have known Jim McAllister for fortwenty fortwenty fortwenty
twenty years and Im mighty glad to toknow toknow toknow
know him better was the comment commentmade commentmade commentmade
made by one of the district chairmen who whosupported whosupported whosupported
supported Mr McAllister for the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
Salt Lake Pedagogues Forming FormingParty Formingparty FormingParty
Party for European Trip TripNext TripNext TripNext
Next Summer SummerOwing SummerOwing SummerOwing
Owing to the fact that numerous numerousteachers numerousteachers numerousteachers
teachers in the Salt Lake public schools schoolshave schoolshave schoolshave
have signified their Intention Inten ion to take takeEuropean takeEuropean takeEuropean
European trips after the close of school schoolnext schoolnext schoolnext
next year it is probable that they will willall willaU willall
all get together and leave in one party partySuperintendent partySuperintendent partySuperintendent
Superintendent D H Christensen has hasreceived hasreceived hasreceived
received word from many teachers ana anaIt anllIt andit
It is likely that later they will ill meet meetsoon meetsoon meetsoon
soon to decide on the date of leaving leavingand
and the routes Tourist companies are arealready arealready arealready
already flooding the schools with lit literature literature literature ¬
Two Men Shot and a Third Stabbed Stabbedby
by Desperado at Vinton Nev NevPosse NevPosse NevPosse
Posse in Pursuit PursuitReno PmsmtReno PursuitReno
Reno Nev Oct 20 20An An unknown unknownjurglar unknownburglar unknownburglar
burglar after shooting two men ana anastabbing anastabbing annstabbing
stabbing a third In a battle when he hewas hewas hewas
was surprised In the Vinton hotel at atVinton atVinton atVinton
Vinton thirtyfive thlrtyfIvemlles miles northwest of ofReno ofReno ofReno
Reno on the Western Pacific railroad railroadtonight railroadtonight railroadtonight
tonight escaped and a posse is in pur pursuit pursui pursuit ¬
suit sui t
suitR tR
R M Canonlca son of the proprietor proprietorleard proprietorheard proprietorheard
heard the Intruder up stairs and on ongoing ongoing ongoing
going up to Investigate was forced to toretire toretire toretire
retire at the point of a gun gunHe gunHe gunHe
He returned with his father Joseph JosephCanonlca JosephCanonica TosephCanonlca
Canonlca Bert Questa the bartender bartenderand
and a blacksmith and a desperatp despera g Uit Uittle Ulttie ilittle
tle ensued on the stairs Rombert Ca Canonlca Canonica Canonica ¬
nonica fell seriously wounded with a aDUllet abullet abullet
bullet in the abdomen and Questa was wasperhaps wasJJ wasperhaps
perhaps JJ mortally wounded with an another another another ¬
other bullet in the groin groinJoseph groinToseph groinJoseph
Joseph Canonica the father remained remainedand remainedand
and grappled with the burglar who bit bitilm bithim bithim
him on the arm and after stabbing him himon 111mon himon
on the right arm succeeded In escaping
Famous Tennessee Statesman and andOrator andOrator andOrator
Orator Captivates Cultured CulturedAudience CulturedAudience CultarcdAudience
Audience AudienceThe
The kindliest of wit the richest of ofhumor ofhumor ofhumor
humor and the gentlest of pathos all allwell allwell allwell
well mixed with philosophy and andcouched nndcouched andcouched
couched in prose that recalls Robert In Ingersoll Ingersoll Ingersoll
gersoll was presented to an audience audiencewhich audiencewhich audiencewhich
which comfortably filled the Salt Lake Lakeheatre Laketheatre Laketheatre
theatre when Senator Robert L Tay Taylor Taylor Taylcr ¬
lor of Tennessee delivered the opening openinglecture openinglecture openinglecture
lecture of the Human Culture societys societysLyceum socIetysLyceum societysLyceum
Lyceum course last night nightSenator nightSenawr nightSena
Senator Senawr Sena or Taylors subject was Happy HappyValley HappyValley HappyValley
Valley a beautiful dissertation on the thojoys thejoys thejoys
joys and treasures of youth He man managed managed managed ¬
aged to steer clear of all national prob problems problema problems ¬
lems and attempted only to entertain entertainIn
In this ho succeeded well wellHis wellHis wellHis
His word pictures of life In the south southamong southamong southamong
among the old darkies darJ les were master masterpieces masterpieces masterpieces ¬
pieces His impressions of the joys of ofouth ofyouth ofyouth
youth outh and childhood revealed the abili abilities abilities abilities ¬
ties and conceptions of a poet He con convulsed convulsed convulsed ¬
vulsed his hearers with genuine laugh laughter laughter laughter ¬
ter only to bring them to the verge of oftears oftears oftears
tears a moment later laterHe laterHe laterHe
He dwelt for some time upon theabuse the theabuse theabuse
abuse and criticism which were heaped heapedon
on him during his term as governor of ofTennessee ofTennessee ofTennessee
Tennessee because of his free use of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his pardoning power and in a masterly masterlyjeroratlon masterlyperoration masterlyperoration
peroration on the value of power well welllompered welltampered welltempered
tampered with mercy he expressed his hisbelief hisbellef hisbelief
belief in the gospel of love In dealing dealingwith dealingwith dealingwith
with all offenders offendersSenator offendersSenator offendersSenator
Senator Taylor was Introduced by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator George Sutherland Senator SenatorReed SenatorReed SenatorReed
Reed Smoot and Governor Spry both bothseemed bothseemed bothseemed
seemed to enjoy the lecture hugely
WISHES TO KNOW KNOWReputations KNOWReputations
Reputations of Honest Geo GeoSheets GeoSheets GeoSheets
Sheets and Martin Mul Mulvey Mulvey Mulvey
vey Perplexes Him HimI
I have registered to vote and the can canvassers canvassers canvassers ¬
vassers have me listed as an American Americanbut
but Im going to find out a few things thingsabout thingsabout thingsabout
about the American party before I vote votefor votefor votefor
for a single candidate on the ticket ticketBald tickets4id ticketsaid
Bald a prominent railroad man yesterday yesterdaya
a commercial agent for one of the east eastern eastera eastern ¬
ern railroads who has come to Utah with within wIthIn ¬
in the last three years yearsIn yearsIn yearsIn
In the first place Vi ace I will have to learn learnsome learnsome learnsome
some goud reason why that crook you youcall youcall
call Honest George Sheets is on the po police police police ¬
lice department and in the second place placeI
I will have to find some reason why Mar Martin ¬
tin Mulvey is on on the American ticket I Ihavo Ihave Ihave
have watched fights in municipal politics politicsin
in many cities of the east and there have havebeen h havebeen Ye Yebeen
been many Interesting combinations but butnever butnever butnever
never have I seen one like Sheets and andMulvey andMulvey andMulvey
Mulvey outside of some of the strong strongTammany strongTammany strongTammany
Tammany districts in New York YorkTake YorkTake YorkTake
Take Sheets for instance said the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad man There is a man who was wascaught wa9caught wascaught
caught redhanded acting as a gobe gobettfjen gobtwen gobetwien
ttfjen for a gang of swindlers He found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the men who stole a few thousand dollars dol dollars dollars ¬
lars from two tourists and made them themdivide themdiVide themdivide
divide their spoils and Sheets while whilechief whilechief whilechief
chief of police toqk the division from the thecrooks thecrooks thecrooks
crooks and turned over 1000 to the victims vic victims victims ¬
tims of the swindle and then packed packedthem packedthem packedthem
them out of town after cautioning them themto
to say nothing about the deal This man manIs manis
Is now a member of the Salt Lake police policedepartment polleedepartment policedepartment
department and I understand he is the thereal thereal thereal
real head of the department I will have haveto
to discover Just why such a man holds holdsthat holdsthat holdsthat
that Job before I vote voteThat voteThat voteThat
That Is the reason why George Sheets Sheetsis
is kept on the police department and the theonly theonly theonly
only reason so far as I can learn learnSpeaking learnSpeaking learnSpeaking
Speaking of Martin Mulvey said the therailroad therallroad therailroad
railroad man we all know Martin as a agood agood agood
good fellow and we all know we can go goto goto goto
to his saloon in East Second South street streetalmost streetalmost streetalmost
almost any Sunday and get a good drink drinkIncidentally drinkIncidentallY drinkIncidentally
Incidentally we know Martin has been a aprofessional aprofessional aprofessional
professional gambler for many years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and he has the reputation of running his hisgames hisgames hisgames
games straight When It comes to put putting putting putting ¬
ting him in tho city council though it itIs itIs itis
Is an entirely different matter and I for forone forone forone
one would like to know some good rea reason reason reason ¬
son why the American party Is support supportIng supportIng supporting
Ing Mulvey unless it is simply because becauseMulvey becauseMulvey becauseMulvey
Mulvey the saloon man and gambler is issuch issuch issuch
such a staunch friend of Sheets
Candidates Who Face Defeat Will WillPlead WillPlead WillPlead
Plead for Help HelpArrangements HelpArrangements HelpArrangements
Arrangements for a series of parlor se seances seances seancea ¬
ances have been made by the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party campaign managers In the First Firstprecinct Firstprecinct
partyhere considerable
precinct precinctthe there here Is considerable alarm over overthe oyerthe
the certain defeat of J B Moreton and andJ
J W McKinney candidates for the city citycouncil citycouncil citycouncil
council and both of these men will ad address address address ¬
dress a meeting at the home of A J JCharon JCharon JCharon
Charon 218 East Seventh South street streetFriday streetFriday streetFriday
Friday night nightMoreton nightMoreton nightMoreton
Moreton as city recorder has been beenable beenable beenable
able to watch the operations of the council coun council council ¬
cil for a few years and he has been mak making makIng making ¬
ing a determined fight to get In on some someof someof someof
of the good things that have b aye been dividedamong divided dividedamong dividedamong
among the American councilmen cohncilmen Mc McKinney McKinney McKinney
Kinney has we his right to a place on onthe onthe onthe
the American ticket by his valiant fight fightfor fightfor fightfor
for the stockade which he made a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months ago as official lecturer for Mayor MayorBransford MayorBransford MayorBransford
Bransford In explaining the beauties of ofthe atthe ofthe
the monopoly on vice under the direction directionof
of Bello London After Moreton and Mc McKlnney McKinney McKinney ¬
Kinney have put forth their claims to toseats toseats toseats
seats In the city council E A Rogers Rogerswill Rogerswill Rogerswill
will speak
California CaI omia Resident Writes to Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master to Secure Information InformationAbout InformationAbout InformationAbout
About Husbands DeathAmong Death DeathAmong DeathAmong
Among the communications received receivedWednesday receivedWednesday receivedWednesday
Wednesday by Postmaster Arthur L LThomas LThomas LThomas
Thomas was a letter from Mrs M Jo Josephine Josephine Josephine ¬
sephine Robinson of San Diego Cal Calwho Catwho Calwho
who asked for details concerning conc rnlng the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of her husband Frederick Plum Plummer Plummer Plummer
mer Robinson in this city c1t about two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ago the letter saying that Rob Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
inson had given the name of Charles CharlesSmith CharlesSmith CharlesSmith
Smith while here and according to the theInformation theinformation theinformation
Information she had received has been beenburied beenburled beenburied
buried under that name She said she shehad shehad shehad
had been informed that her husband husbandwas
was in the company of another woman womanwho womawho womanwho
who was known as Mrs Charles Smith Smithand Smithand Smithand
and who she supposed was recognized recognizedas
as his wife The letter said that Rob Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
inson drew a pension for service he had hadgiven hadgiven hadgiven
given for the Union army Mrs Rob Robinson RobInson Robinson ¬
inson saying that he was her soldier soldierboy soldierboy soldierboy
boy In those days She said she sup supposed eupposed supposed ¬
posed the other woman would attempt attemptto
to collect the pension and informed the thepostmaster theJJostma5ter thepostmaster
postmaster that she proposed to get the themoney themoney themoney
money herself herselfPostmaster hersettPostmaster herselfPostmaster
Postmaster Thomas upon investiga investigation ¬
tion learned that a man whose name namewas namewas namewas
was given as Charles Plummer Smith Smithdied Smithdied Smithdied
died In this city Aug 16 and the fact factwill fact factwl11 factwill
will be communicated to the San Diego Diegowoman Diegowoman Diegowoman
For a distance of twenty miles thq thqnew th thnew th4new
new Southern SouthernUtah Utah railroad Is prattle prattles
ally complete and steel hall been laid laidfor laidtor laidfor
for the entire distance About all that thatremains thatremains thatremains
remains Is ballasting and resurfacing fCIIUrfaolngalong resurfacingalong resurfacingalong
along a portion of o the line A complete completeconnection completeconnection completeconnection
connection has been mafia with the theConsolidated thEConsolldated theConsolidated >
Consolidated Fuel companys miners minerstwo minetwo minestwo
two miles mUesup up Miller Creek canyon The
connection together with cars of mrchinary mi michmery rti8ohinery
chmery on sidings for the coal comps compsny com comny
ny has brought about the employmet employmHto tof t tof
of o a large number o of men who aa aarushing nrarushing arerushing
rushing work on the mining propert propertIt
It Is expected that shipments west will wijoa
be oa made from tromthe the mine shortly
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