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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 271909 27 1909 3
IT V r NEWS NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES ST A Tes I
I Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation streetCirculation trcetF
F Circulation Department S66 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentytltth Twentyfifth
fifth Street
JAP ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTSHARD
Pr HARD HARDTO 10 10Receiver READ READReceiver READReceiver
Receiver of Ogden Bank Has HasDifficulty HasDifficulty HasDifficulty
Difficulty in Deciphering DecipheringIdeograph DecipherIngIdeograph DecipheringIdeograph
Ideograph Entries Entriesto
Spe SpedIa lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 Receiver W D Brown Brownof
of the JapaneseAmerican Japan Amerlcan bank has prac practically practically practically ¬
tically finished the auditing of the banks banksaccounts banksncOOunt banksacoount
accounts and will be ready to make a re report report report ¬
port to the court within the next few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days All the writing on the books Is In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Japanese language and Mr Brown Brownlias BrownJlae Brownbaa
baa had to depend upon the Japanese em employee emplot employes ¬
plot of the Institution In to interpret the themeaning themeanln themeanIng
meaning meanln of the entries entriesThe entriesThe entr1eThe
The former cashier of the bank Sa Saburo Saburo Saburo
buro Ichlmura made the statement this thismorning thismoraln
morning moraln that he and other Japanese peo people people peopie ¬
1 ple of the city are interesting Intere tll themselves themselvesin them elves elvesIn
in the formation of a new and Indepen Independent Independent Independent ¬
dent JapaneseAmerican bank He says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the n new w banking concern will b be Incor Incorporated Incorporated incorporated ¬
porated with MeOO 800 capital and that it itwill Itwill Itwill
will be absolutely independent of any anyother anyother anyother
other bank of the kind in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States lIe will gladly put Americana on onthe onthe onthe
the directorate if they care to come in inwith Inwith Inwith
with him Most of the Japs employed In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Intermountain region come to Ogden Ogdenand Ogdenaud Ogdenand
and would patronize the bank
HIGHWAYMAN II1GIItAYMAFOUND FOUND GUILTY GUILTYOtto U1UYOtto
Otto Bassett Charged With Holding HoldingUp
Up Ogden Man and Attempting AttemptingJail
Jail Delivery to Be Sentenced SentencedSpecial SentencedSpecial SentencedSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 28 60tto Otto Baesett Ba ett charged chargedwith chargedwith
I with holding up Richard Morrissy at the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of a revolver at Lincoln avenue and andTwentyfifth andTwentynfth andTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth street on the night of Aug
17 and stealing a watch valued at 50 5Owas 50was 50was
was found guilty of highway robbery In Indistrict Indistrict Indistrict
district court today and will be called for forsentence forsentence forsentence
sentence Friday FridayBa FrIdayBauett FridayBaett
Ba Bauett ett l Is the man who is I suspected of ofattempting ofattempting ofattempting
attempting a Jail delivery here last week weekand weekand weekand
and which was frustrated by the sheriff sheriffwho sheriffwho sheriffwho
who found two bars awed in cell No No7 No7which 7 7which 7which
which was occupied by Bassett Ba eett The Theprisoner Theprl Theprisoner
prl prisoner oner Is believed by the authorities to tobe tobe toI
I be a desperate character and his record recordis
is being investigated
F BUILD LlNf TO BJIGHAM BJIGHAMOgden
Ogden Rapid Transit Company Will WillWork WillWork WillWork
Work Gang of Men All AllWinter AllWinter AllWinter
Winter WinterSpecial WinterSpecial WinterSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct K GBy By spring the Ogden OgdenRap4d OldenRapk OgdenRapid
Rapid Transit companys line will cer certainly certalnl certaIHiy ¬
tainly talnl reach Brigham City CityThe CityThe CityThe
The above is the statement made by byJudge byJud byJudga
Judge Jud Henry H RolajSp in answer to a aquery aqQ aqurz
query qQ as to the he extension of the Ogden Ogdenline Ogdenline
line To O the Box Elder county metropolis metropolisHe
He stated tiled that the work upon this exten extension extension extension ¬
sion would be rushed ru hed during the winter wintermonths winterJuontb winteriionth
months beginning as soon as Engineer EngineerJoseph EngineerJoseph EngineerJoseph
Joseph West arrived in Ogden from Ba Baker Baker ¬
4 ker City elt Ore OreFroip OreFIOJ1 OreFrwi
Froip the Idtewild resort the route will willprobably willprobably willrrobably
probably go to Huntsville on the south southside southside southFide
side of the canyon Unless a more feas feasible feasIble feesIble ¬
ible route can be found the company will willbridge willbridge wiltbridge
bridge a corner of the reservoir of the theVtah thertah thelTtah
Vtah Light Railway company east of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Oak The line will then follow on onthe onthe onthe
the hillside to a point southwest of Hunts HuntsMile Huntsville Huntsille
Mile ille where it will cross the river again againto
to Huntsville
JAMES JA vlES CONLISK WEDS WEDSCards WEDSCards WEDSCards
Cards CardsJR JR Received Announcing Mar Marriage Marriage Marriage ¬
riage in California CaliforniaSpecial CaliforniaSpecial CaliforniaSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 26Cards Cards have been re received received recelved ¬
ceived In Ogden from Stockton Cal Calannouncing Calannouncing Calannouncing
announcing the marriage in that city cityon cftyon cityon
on Oct 2ft 2 of James Conlisk formerly formerlyof
of open and Miss Mary Elizabeth Mc McCafferty McCarterty McCafferty
Cafferty daughter of Mr and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles McCafferty of Stockton Mr Mrnnd MrlInd Mrand
and Mrs Conlisk will b le at home to totheir totheir totheir
their friends frlen at Tonopah Nev after afterNov after1ov afterov
Nov ov 1 For many man years Mr Conlisk Conliskwas
was the assistant to Charles A Henry Henrythe
the general ticket agent at the Union Uniondepot Unionclpot Uniondepot
depot He has a very large circle of offriends offriends offrIends
friends in Ogden as well as in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit
Good c ° Blood BloodMeans BIoorioans
Moans good health and Hoods HoodsSarsaparllla HoodsSarsaparilla HoodsSarsaparilia
Sarsaparllla has an approached unapproachedrecord un approachedrecord
record as a bloodpurifier bloodpurifierIt
It effects its wonderful cures not notsimply notemply no nosmply
simply because it contains sarsaparilla Earsaparillabut
but because it combines the utmost utmostremedial utmostremedial utmostremedial
remedial values of more than 20 different differentingredients differentingredients differentingredients
ingredients There is no real substitute substitutefor
for it If urged urgae to buy any preparation preparationsaid
said to be just as good II you may be besure besure besure
sure it is inferior costs less to make makeand makeand makeand
and yields the dealer a larger piofit piofitO
O Get t Hoods Sarsaparllla today In usual liquid liquidform liquidform liquidform
form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs SarsatabsAre SarsabbsSample Sarsatabsr Sarsatabstmple
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Sample Sampleovercoats tmple tmpleovercoats
overcoats overcoatsAre
Are purchased with the under understanding understanding nuderstanding ¬
standing that we do not use usethe usethe usethe
the makers names namesthats namesthatshow thats thatshow
how we can offer them at a athird at1 athird
third t1 rd to a half less than you youwould youwould youwould
would pay from regular stocks stocksChoose stocksChoose stocksI
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South State Street StreetI
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Clayton Claytn Mulo Company CompfJ
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panama panaa cloth graduated gaduate kilt kit pleat pleateffect plt plteftect pleateffect
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WRONG MUSIC MUSICCOMPANY MUSICCOMPANYBy COMPANY COMPANYBy
By error errr it I was wa stated tt in Th < H HRepublican Hr1 FIRepublican J
Republican Reublcan yesterday yeafray morning tint 31 31W HW iiw
W Christenson Christensn had been b con eonfiii eonfiiithe fmfnd filial ii inte iithe
the te county conty Jail ji for selling s1ng blankets ban et t t tthe tth tthe
the th DayneaBeebe Dyne Bb Music Muic company aft afthaving afr afrhaving l
having obtained obtine them thEm on false prrtt prftI pretttites pretttitesfrom u f ffrom fq fqfrom
from the store of the Z Z C M I L Tf Tfblankets The Theblankets Thblankets
blankets were wre sold 81 to the Clayt ClaytnDayes C1aytDaypea > i iDaynes
Daynes Music company
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BUYS HARRIS BLOCK BLOCKSimon BLOCKSimon 1 1Simon
Simon Bamberger Will Close Deal In Ina
a Few Days DaysSpecial DaysSpeclaJ DaysSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 26The The deal for the thepurchase thepurchase thepurchase
purchase of the Harris block at the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of Twentyfifth street and Lin Lincoin Lincoln LIncoin
coin avenue by b President Simon Bam Bamberger Bamberger Barnberger ¬
berger of the Salt Lake Ogden rail railroad railroad raIlroad ¬
road will probably be closed within withinthe withinthe withInthe
the next few days Tho site has been beenselected beensel beenseIcted
selected sel cted by Mr Bamberger as being beingthe beh beingthe g gthe
the most feasible for a depot for his hisinterurban hisInterurban hisInterurban
interurban electric line between Ogden Ogdenand Ogdenand Ogdenand
and Salt Lake As soon as the deal is ismade Ismade Ismade
made Mr Bamberger will remodel the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building and make a depot with the theticket theticket theticket
ticket office and waiting rooms on the theground theground theground
ground floor and offices for the offi officials officlaJs officials ¬
cials of the road on the second floor
WATERS WATERSBOUND BOUND OVER OVERAccused OVERAccused OVERAccused
Accused of Attempting to Kill Man ManIn ManIn ManIn
In Saloon SaloonSpecial SaloonSpecial SaloonSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 26Tho The preliminary preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing
hearing of Alexander Waters aters was held heldbefore heldbefore heldbefhre
before the municipal court his morning morningand
and the man was bound over to await awaitthe awaittho awaitthe
the action of the district court Fred FredLa FrodLa FredLa
La Burtiss the complaining witness witnesswho witnesswho witnesswho
who has been held under a bond of
1300 100 was released his testimony hav having hayIng ¬
ing been given under oath at the hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing Waters bond was fixed at 600 600The 500The 600The
The complaint against Waters re related related related ¬
lated that on the night of Oct 16 at atthe atthe atthe
the Assembly saloon Waters assaulted assaultedFred assaultedFred assaultedFred
Fred La Burtiss with a knife and at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to kill him
LIVESTOCK COMPANY COMPANYWITH COMPANYWITH COMPANYWITH
WITH 100000 CAPITAL CAPITALSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 2SThe The Intermountain IntermountainLand
Land Livestock cdmpany c mpany filed arti articles articles artiales ¬
cles of Incorporation with the county countyclerk countyclerk countyclerk
clerk yesterday The principal place of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
business will be in Ogden The com company company cornpany ¬
pany Is Incorporated with a capital of
100000 with 1000 shares which will willsell willsell vlllsell
sell at 100 per share shareThe shareThe shareThe
The officers selected until the next nextannual nextannual nextannual
annual meeting are William C CHunter CHunter CHunter
Hunter president and treasurer D A ASmyth ASmyth ASmyth
Smyth vice president and Frank FrankSmyth FrankSmyth FrankSmyth
Smyth secretary These with Louis LouisBitton LouisBitton IuisBitten
Bitton and Mary J Hunter will form formthe formthe formthe
the board of directors
MORAN MORANASPHALT ASPHALT PLANT PLANTIS
IS BEING B ING REBUILT REBUILTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 6Electrlc Electric arc lights lightswere lI lightswere hts htswere
were installed at the Moran asphalt asphaltplant asphaltplant asphaltplant
plant today and hereafter the carpen carpenters carpenters carpenters ¬
ters will be kept at work night and andday andday andday
day In the construction of the new newplant newpJant newplant
plant the object being to resume the thelaying thelaying thelaying
laying of asphaltum on the streets as asearly asearh asearly
early as possible Superintendent SuperintendentGowan
Gowan states that the work is moving movingalong movingalong movingalong
along nicely and that if it does not notstorm notstorm notstorm
storm the plant will be ready for forlse forlsewithin use usewithin iise iisewithin
within a very few fe days As many Rien Rienas Ien Ienas ienas
as can be worked conveniently on the theplant theplant theplant
plant are employed
FALLS INTO ASHPIT ASHPITSpecial ASHPITSpecial ASHPITSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 28Whlle While engaging in a afriendly afriend afriendly
friendly friend I bout with a fellow workman workmanat
at Imlay Imla Nev at 6 oclock last even evening evenIng evenlug ¬
ing James Delaney in the Southern SouthernPacific SoutbernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific construction department fell in inan Inan inan
an ash pit and broke his left leg be between between between ¬
tween the ankle and the knee He was wasremoved wasromoed wasromovod
removed to the division hospital of the thecompany thecompan thecompany
company at Lovelocks where the in injured Injured inJured ¬
jured member was set by the company companysurgeon companysurgeon companysurgeon
surgeon
BUREL ARMSTRONG QUITS QUITSSpecial QUITSSpecial QUITSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 26Burel Burel Armstrong Armstrongmantger Armstrongmantger Armstrongmintger
mantger of the Utah Hot Springs San Sanitarium SanItarium Sanitariups ¬
itarium company at Hot Springs Sprln Utah Utahresigned Utabresigned Utahresigned
resigned from that position this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing and was succeeded by Conrad Ol Olson Olson 01son ¬
son Mr Olson was assistant mana manager manager manager ¬
ger of the resort under Joseph Mar Marshall Marshall Marshall ¬
shall and under Richard Barnett
MADE CHIEF INSPECTOR INSPECTORSpecial INSPECTORSpecial INSPECTORSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 26 2 ItA A C Smith for the thepast thepast thepast
past several months chief Inspector for forthe forthe forthe
the Ogden Rapid Transit company has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been appointed assistant superinten superintendent ¬
dent of the entire system Mr Smith Smithwill Smithwlll Smithwill
will be the chief assistant to Super Superintendent SuperIntendent Superintendent ¬
intendent Joseph W Bailey who In Inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition to his duties in the building buildingof
of the Plain City and the canyon can on ex extentlons extentlons extentions
tentlons of the system Is directing the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building of the Logan street car line
BOYS HURT IN l RUNAWAYS RUNAWAYSTwo
Two lads Struck and Injured in inBingham inBingham inBingliam
Bingham by Frightened lightenedHorses FrightenedHorses FrightenedHorses
Horses HorsesSpecial HorsesSpecial HorsesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bingham Oct 26 26Hugh Hugh Grant the the10yearold the10earold the10yearold
10yearold son of City Marshal J T TGrant W WGrant WGrant
Grant while playing In front of the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central school at recess about 10SO 10SOoclock 1010oclock 1030oclock
oclock this morning was struck anl an1knocked anlknocked anlknocked
knocked down by a runaway team be belonging belonging belonging ¬
longing to the Clipper livery stable A Awheel Awheel Awheel
wheel passed over his body breaking breakinghis
his hI collar bone and lacerating his hand handHe handHe handHe
He was cared for by a physician physicianLater physicianLater physicianLater
Later in the day a team hitched to a asurrey asurrey asurrey
surrey owned by the Highland Boy liv livery livery livery ¬
ery took fright and plunged along the thestreet thegtreet thestreet
street at a fast rate of speed When in infront infront
front of Glenns store the team veered veeredto
to the side of the road and the hub hubof hubof
of one of the wheels struck Seth Gray Grayson
son the little son of Charles Grayson Graysoncrushing Graysoncrushing Graysoncrushing
crushing him against a building The Thelad Thelad Thelad
lad was badly bruised about the hip hipsThe
The runaways frightened the delivery
team of Glenns store and it started startedon
on a wild career Tho wagon was torn tornloose tornloose tornloose
loose from the horses and precipitated precipitateddown
down the steep bank into the creek creekThe creekThe creekThe
The surrey was badly smashed but the thehorses thEhorses th thhorses
horses were uninjured
s
ELECTION ELECTIONJUDGES ELECTIONJUDGESSprlngviile JUDGES JUDGESSprlngville JUDGESSprlngville
Sprlngville Council Names Men to toLook toLook toLook
Look After the Votes VotesSpecial VotesSpecial VotesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpringville HeraldRepublicanSprlngvllle HeraldRepublicanSprlngville
Springville Oct 2t 2CThe The city council last lastnight lastnigbt lastnight
night appointed the following Judges of ofelection ofelecUon ofelection
election to act for the regular lar city elec election election elsetion ¬
tion November 2 also for the special bond bondelection bondelection bondelection
election on November SO SOFirst IIIFirst 30First
First precinct C A Carlson T A ABrown ABrown ABrown
Brown O S Child ChildSecond ChildSecond ChildSecond
Second precinct precinctJohn John S Boyer Jr C CA CA CA
A Alleman Levar Stewart StewartThird StewartThird StewartThird
Third precinct prec1nctV W 1C Johnson Jr JrGeorge JrGeorge JrGeorge
George L McKinzIe John S Boyer BoyerFourth BoyerFourth BoyerFourth
Fourth precinct J F Mendenhall L J JWhitney Jhltney JWhitney
Whitney C A Reynolds ReynoldsFifth ReynoldsFifth ReynoldsFifth
Fifth precinct precinctAbner Abner Thorne W H HKearns HKearns HKearns
Kearns T E Childs
COUNCIL COUNCILGYMNASIUM COUNCILGYMNASIUMEphralm GYMNASIUM GYMNASIUMEphraim
Ephraim Solons Discuss Advisability Advisabilityof
of Fitting Up Quarters QuartersSpecial QuartersSpecial QuartersSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphralm HeraldRepublleanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 2 2gMembers Members of the coun council council councit ¬
cil are advocating advo Un the furnishing of Cen Central Central n ntral ¬
tral school building for a council chamber chamberreading chambEIreading chamberreading
reading room and gymnasium There 1s 1smoney 1smoney Ismoney
money available for the work It Is pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed to equip the rooms with a library libraryand libraryand libraryand
and athletic apparatus In the basement
DANIEL CLAYS FUNERAL FUNERALSpecial FUNERALSpecial FUNERALSpecial
Special to The HsraHRepubllcan HsraHRepubllcanBingham IIeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanl3lngham
Bingham Oct 26 SThe The funeral of Daniel DanielClays DanielClays DanielClays
Clays who died at 1 oclock this morning morningof
of pneumonia will 111 be held at 2 oclock oclockThursday oclockTmllFda oclockThursday
Thursday afternoon in the I O O F hall hallth hall1M hailthe
th 1M Rev P A Slmpkm of Salt Lake of officiating officiating officlating ¬
ficiating The body will be taken to Salt SaltIake Saltlake SaitLake
lake for interment and will be mat at atthe attht atthe
the > train by members of the I O O F Fof Fofthat of ofthat ofthat
that place pla and escorted to the City ceme cemetery cemetery cometery ¬
tery where interment will take place
COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONfRSSEE
SEE BOULEVARD BOULEVARDCounty
County Officials Pleased With WithHighway WithHighway WithHighway
Highway Between Olm Olmstead Olmstead OImstead
stead and Provo ProvoSpecial ProvoSpecial ProvoSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 26 26That That the good roads roadsirovement roadsJrovement roadsIrovement
irovement In Utah county is drawing at attention attention attenUon ¬
tention of the outside districts was evi evidenced evidenced cvidenced ¬
denced this morning when the commis commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners from Weber eber and Box Elder coun counties countles ¬
ties visited the boulevard from Provo to
Olmstead which is now in process of con construction construction conStruction ¬
struction The commissioners wero well wellsatisfied wellsatisfied wellsatisfied
satisfied with the conditions here and andwith andwith andwith
with the work of the rock crusher crusherA
A portion of the road was nearing com completion completion cornpletlon ¬
pletion in the vicinity of Olmstead and andgave andgave andgave
gave a fair idea of what a well made mademacadam mademacadam mademacadam
macadam road Is The commissioners commissionerswere
were pleased with the facilities In Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty Utahcounty
county for building good roads roadsIf
If we had the shale that you people peopleare
are passing by said one of the dommis dommissloners dommisstoner omm1ssloners
sloners we would think we had a abonanza abonanza abonanza
bonanza In our county count countAU
AH the commissioners were delighted delightedwith
with the courteous treatment they re received received recalved ¬
ceived at the hands of J T Voshell the theUnited theUnltcd theUnited
United States government engineer under underwhose underwhose underwhose
whose management the boulevard is being
built After gathering g the material they
desired de ired the party was driven up Provo Provocanyon Provocanon Provocanyon
canyon to the tuunel which is being run runthrough runthrough runthrough
through tho mountain by the Provo Reser Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir ¬
voir and Irrigation company and a re return return return ¬
turn trip waS made by way of Telluride Tellurideand
and the central road on Provo bench benchUpon benchUpon benchUpon
Upon returning to Provo the visitors visitorswere visitorswore visitorswore
wore given dinner dinn r at the Grier house by
C H Ward one of the Utah county com commissioners commissioners cornmisefoners ¬
missioners In the party were John T TBybee TBybee TBybee
Bybee Frank Moore and John C Childs Childsof
of Weber county A W V Valentine D E EAdams EAdams EAdams
Adams M 1 J Richards commissioners commissionersfrom
from Box Elder county P N NPelrce Pelrce road roadcommissioner roadccmmlssloner roadccmmiseioner
commissioner from Box Eldar Eld < r Mlron MlronCllnger MironClinger lIronClinger
Clinger C H Ward and A F Acord
INDIANS ON THE HJPATI HJPATIRedMen VAR ARATVRedMen ATH ATHRed
RedMen Red Men Terrorize Modena and Only OnlyInterference OnlyInterference OnlyInterference
Interference by Whites Pre Prevents Frevents Prevents ¬
vents Murder of Squaw SquawSpecial SquawSpecial SquawSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanModena
Modena Oct 26 26Indlans Indians were on the thewarpath thewarpath thewarpath
warpath here yesterday only they did not notpursue notpursue notpursue
pursue white persons but their own kind kindFilled kindF11Ied kindFilled
Filled with rewater a band of twelve twelveredskins twelveredsklns twelveredskins
redskins abused their squaws outrage outrageously outrageously outrageousiy ¬
ously Some of the squaws would have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been murdered had they not taken refuge refugein
in the houses of palefaces palefacesThe
The Indians had been supplied with withabout withabout withabout
about all the liquor they could hold They Theycame Theycame Theycame
came riding into town yelling like a pack packof
of wild men They had ridden so fast fastthat fastthat fastthat
that their squaws did not arirve until untilhalf unl11half untdhalf
half an hour after the men did ay tne tnetime tnetime tnetime
time the squaws got here the Indians wero weroIn weroIn werein
In an ugly mood A victim to torturA was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the only thing needed to complete their theirhappiness theIrhappiness theirhappiness
happiness It being unsafe to tackle the thewhites thewhites thewhites
whites they selected cne from among amongtheir amongtheir amongtheir
their women and only interference by bywhites bywhites bywhites
whites saved her life lifeAt lifeAt lifeAt
At length the Indians seeing that their theiroutrageous theiroutrag theiroutrageous
outrageous outrag us actions had aroused the entire entirecommunity entlrtlommunlty entirecommunity >
community concluded it was time to re retreat retreat retreat ¬
treat and they rode off leaving their theirfcquaws theirEQcaws theirsqtaws
fcquaws to follow when they could Mo Modena Modena Modena ¬
dena citizens are Indignant that such su h mad madrevels madrEve1s madrevels
revels should be allowed and they Ule arc arcstill arostill arestill
still more indignant that the Indians Indiansshould Indiansshould Indiansshould
should be able to get liquor
DtMOCRATIC DEMOCRATICOMINAIIONS DEMOCRATICOMINAIIONSEphraim NOMiNATIONS NOMiNATIONSEphraim
Ephraim Candidates for City Offices OfficesSelected OfficesSelected OfficesSelected
Selected at Convention in inOpera inOpera inOpera
Opera House HouseSpecial HouseSpecial HouseSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephraim Oct 26 26Democrats Democrats of Eph Ephralm Ephraim Ephraim ¬
raim held their primary at the opera operahouse operahouse operahouse
house Saturday evening A plank was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted which pledges the party candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates to enforce the new retail liquor or ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
dinance A ticket was named as follows followsJ
J P Hanson mayor J P Christensen Christensencouncilman Christensencouncilman ChrIstensencouncilman
councilman fouryear term N O An Anderson Anderson Andemon ¬
derson Christian Willardsen and Ole OleLarsen OleLarsen OleLarsen
Larsen councilmen for twoyear term termL
L M Olsens name was placed on the theticket theticket theticket
ticket but Mr Ir Olsen has since declined declinedthe
the nomination and the name of Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian Willardson has been placed on the theticket theticket theticket
ticket In his stead steadP
P C Anderson was nominated for re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Hannah C Williams for treas treasurer treasurer treesurer ¬
urer and A C Nielson Jr for Justice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the peace
CITIZENS REFUSE TO PAY PHYSome PAYSome
Some Provo Residents Steal a March Marchon
on the City and Get Ex Extra Extra ExfTa ¬
tra Crossings CrossingsSpecial CrossingsSpeclal CrossingsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 26 26Cltlzens Citizens living In ex extendon extonslon oxtension
tendon No 3 of paving district No 10 10rather 10rather 10rather
rather stole a march on the city recently recentlywhen recentlywhen recentlywhen
when they got the city engineer to put In Infourteen Infourteen Infourteen
fourteen more crossings than were called calledfor calledfor calledfor
for by contract The city engineer or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered the additional work supposing the theproperty theproJMrty theproperty
property owners would pay for it but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when the bill came before the council to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night the property owners disclaimed any anyresponsibility anyresponsibility anyresponsibility
responsibility and the city will have to tofoot totoot tofoot
foot the bill which amounts to 120 120The 120The 120The
The council appointed Charles M Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts Judge in the Eighth election district districtto
to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna resignation resignation resignation ¬
tion of Levi Snow In the Sixth district districtresignations districtresignations districtresignations
resignations of George M 1 Smoot and R RVan RVan HVan
Van Wagenen agenen were filled by the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of E H Holt and John Miltenhall MiltenhallThe
The committee on curbs and gutters rec recommended recommended recommended ¬
ommended favorably the bill of the theWheelwright theWheelwright theWheelwright
Wheelwright Construction company of ofOgden orOgden ofOgden
Ogden for work in district No No1 1 This Thiswork Thiswork Thiswork
work was completed over a year ear ago but butwas butwas butwas
was not satisfactory The contractors re remodeled remodeled xemodeled ¬
modeled it and will be paid
VlflCOME PRESIDENT SMITH SMITUImmense
Immense Concourse of Citizens At Attend Attend
tend Dedication of Wayne WayneStake WayneStake
Stake Temple TempleSpecial TempleSJMclal TempleSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRopubllcanRichfield
Richfield Oct 26 GLast Last evening Presi President President Presldent ¬
dent Joseph Jo eph F Smith accompanied by
his wife Apostle A tle Hyrum M 1 Smith Sey Seymour Seymour Seymour ¬
mour B Young oung David A Smith and andwife andwife andwife
wife G S and Jacob Bostian of Loa Loaarrived Loaarrived Leaarrived
arrived here from Wayne stake and held helda
a meeting Ung in the tabernacle President
Seegmiller had sent word to all the sur surrounding surrounding stirrounding ¬
rounding towns of the distinguished vie visitors vieitors Is IsItors ¬
itors coming and the tabernacle was waspacked W83packed waspacked
packed to It lie > capacity when the hour for forthe torthe forthe
the meeting arrived arrivedSeymour arrlvldSeymour arrivedSeymour
Seymour B toung David A Smith SmithHyrum SmithHyrum SmithHyrum
Hyrum M Smith President Smith and G
S Bastian spoke in the order named and andall andall andall
all talked on gospel and doctrinal sub subjects subjects subjects ¬
jects It was a most interesting meeting meetingand
and the large audience listened attentive attentively ¬
ly l for two and a half hours It was a anotable anotable anotable
notable testimony of the regard and es esteem esteem esteem ¬
teem in which President Smith Is held heldThe heldTbe heldTue
The distinguished visitors had been to toWayne toWan toWaynestake
Wayne Waynestake stake where the elegant new tab tabernacle tabernacle tabernaclo ¬
ernacle which has been In course of erec erection erection erection ¬
tion for two years was dedicated on Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da The attendance at this Interesting Interestingv
went v nt was the greatest ever seen in inWayne InWayne inWayne
Wayne stake It was the presidents first firstvisit flrlltvisit firtvisit
visit into this region and on the way waythere waythere waythere
there he was taken to Fish lalte and andshown andIIhown andshown
shown the beauties of that spot which whichlies whichlies
lies Just a few miles off the main road to toLoa toLoa toLea
Loa The tabernacle tat > at Loa will seat seatabout seatabOlt seatab0it
about 120 1 people It is built of native nativegray natlvgray nativegray
gray sandstone trimmed with red sand sandstone sandstone sandstone ¬
stone If Ithas has an amusement hall in the
i
i ba basement ement and the main auditorium has hasa
I a gallery extending around the Interior InteriorThe interiorThe interiorThe
The seating is oak pews of an elegant elegantand elegantanQ
and an substantial character and tho inte interior Interior intenor ¬
rior arrangements are excellent The Thededicatory Theded1catlry ThededIcatory
dedicatory prayer was offered by Presi President President Prestdent ¬
dent Smith on Sunday afternoon after atteran atterane an anexcellent aneacellent
excellent e sermon on the proper uses of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the edifice and the decorum to bo ob observed obEtned oberved ¬
served The stake choir furnished splen splendid splendId splendid ¬
did dedicatory music under the direction directionof
of John Hood who had been in Loa for fortwo fortWQ fortwo
two weeks preparing the choir for the thededication theduication thededication
dedication
PROTESTS FOLLOW IN INWAKE INWAKE INWAKE
WAKE OF APPOINTMENT APPOINTMENTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 26 20When When A J Southwick Southwickwas
was appointed a member of the school schoolboard schoolboard schoolboard
board tonight a number of protests fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed Recently William E Bassett Bassettmember Bassettmember Bassettmember
member of the board from the Fifth ward wardresigned wardre6tgned wardzetigned
resigned because he was going to move moveaway moveaway moveaway
away He recommended that Professor ProfessorE
E H Holt be appointed in his stead It Itis ItIs Itis
is sold that thatnews news of the recommendation recommendationwas
was suppressed while friends of South Southwick Southwick Southwick
wick circulated petitions asking for his hisappointment hisappointment hisappointment
appointment which was made tonight
LOAD OF HAY AND ANDCANS ANDCANS ANDCANS
CANS OF OFCREAM CREAM STOLEN STOLENSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphralm HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 26 26Thleves Thieves visited the theranch theranch theranch
ranch of C R Dorlus several miles west westof westot westof
of the city during the week and helped helpedthemselves helpedthemselves helpedthemselves
themselves to every thing they saw The Thestolen Thestolen Thstolen
stolen articles were a load of hay a new newbrass newbra58 newbrass
brass kettle a tin bucket two noso bags bagsand bagsanli bagsan
and an l 2 worth of condensed cream Th Thvalue Thyalue Thvalue
value of the stolen articles is estimated estimatedat
at 25 i Mr Dorlus states that sheep buy buyers buyers buyera ¬
I ers have been In that neighborhood and andhe andhe andhe
he has some clues which may lead In Intheir Intheir intheir
their direction
ELECTION JUDGES ARE ARECHOSEN ARECHOSEN ARECHOSENBY
CHOSEN CHOSENBY BY COUNCIL COUNCILSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpanish HeraldRepublicanSpanish HeraldRepublicanSpanish
Spanish Fork Oct 26 2 26At At A a meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city council last night the following followingpersons followingper foliowingpersons
persons per ons were selected as Judges of elec election election deelion ¬
tion First district Thomas Jarvis Wil William William Wit11am ¬
liam P Hales and William Evans Sec Second Second Seeend ¬
ond district Than Ludlow Alma An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews and Hubbard Tuttle sr Third dis district district district ¬
trict Lohl Davis John Ellison and Niels NielsAnthon NielsAnthon NielsAnthon
Anthon Fourth district John H Bowen BowenEd BowenEd flowenEd
Ed Williams and Ben Evans jr
REGISTRATION IN BINGHAM BINGHAMSpecial BINGHAMSpecial BINGHAMSpecial
Special to Th Tht < HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRpublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingharn
Bingham Oct 26 6In In District No OS OSabout 03about 9Sebout
about 100 voters were registered today In InDistrict InDistrict InDistrict
District No 81 about 160 names were wereplaced wereplaced wereplaced
placed on the registry list Nearly every everyconveyance everyconvoyance everyconveyance
conveyance In BIngham was in use tak taking takng takrig ¬
rig voters to and from the registry reglst places
MAKE TAKE EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 26 6About About fifteen candidates candidatesfor
for positions in the federal department of ofagriculture ofagriculture ofagriculture
agriculture took the civil service exam examinations examInations examinations ¬
inations here today
SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICSpecial EPIDEMICSpecial EPIDEMICpocial
Special to The HeraldRepubHcan HeraldRepubHcanSprlngville HeraldR HeraldRepubNcanSpringville publican publicanSprlngvllle
Sprlngville Oct 26 26The The city clt council councilhas councllbas councilhas
has ordered all schools and public meeting meetingplaces meetingplaces meetingplaces
places closed because of a number of ofnew ofnew ofnew
new cases of smallpox having developed developedAbout developedAbout developedAbout
About twentyfive cases are reported in ineleven Ineleven ineleven
eleven families
GEN O O HOWARD OViARDDIESSUDDENLY HOWARDDlfS
DlfS DIESSUDDENLY DIESSUDDENLYLast SUDDENlY SUDDENlYLast
Last of Union Soldiers Who WhoCommanded VhoCommanded WhoCommanded
Commanded in Army in inthe inthe inthe
the Civil War WarBurlington WarBurJlngton WareBurlington
Burlington Vt Oct 26 26General General 011 Oliver 011er 011ver ¬
ver er O Howard last of the Union com commanders commanders cornmanders ¬
manders of the civil war died at his hishome hishome hishome
home here tonight of heart disease Ho Howas Hewas Howas
was 73 years ears old oldLast oldLast oldLast
Last week General Howard was in inOntario inOntario inOntario
Ontario delivering his lecture on onAbraham onAbraham onAbraham
Abraham Lincoln His last public publicappearance publicappearance publicappearance
appearance was at London on Sunday Sundaynight Sund Sunddynight Y Ynight
night nightOn nightOn nightOn
On Monday he returned to his home homehere homehere homehere
here and was apparently in his usually usuallygood usuallygood usuallygood
good health Tonight he was attacked attackedby
by heart trouble and was dead when a aphysician aphysician aphysician
physician reached reach d the house houseIncluding houseIncluding houseIncluding
Including General Howards services servicesIn
In the Indian wars he probably was in inmore Iemore inmore
more engagements than any other Dill officer Dillcer offcer ¬
cer In the United States army arm He was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born In Leeds Me Nov No 8 1830
CLOUDBURST TIN TINmm IN INTAB INTADASCO
mm TAB AS CO STATE STATEThousands STAnThousands STATEThousands
Thousands of Mexicans Home Homeless HomelessMany HomelessMany ¬
less lessMany Many Populous Towns TownsAre TownsAre TownsAre
Are Now Under Water WaterMexico WaterMexico WaterMexico
Mexico City Oct 26 26At At least two twolives twolives twolives
lives lost and damage of 5000000 pesos pesosto
to crops grain and fine hardwoods re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted from todays cloudburst in the thestate thestate thestate
state of Tabasco according to informa information Intormation information ¬
tion received tonight Five hundred hundredfamilies hundredfamilies hundredfamilies
families are homeless In Atasta alone aloneOther al9ne al9neOther ai9neOther
Other cities and towns inundated are areHuinaguillo areHulnagul11o areHulnaguillo
Huinaguillo Tenosique Jalapa Tlaco Tlacotalpan Tlacotalpan Tiacotalpan
talpan Tlapa Santa Rosa and a num number number nurnber ¬
ber of smaller villages along the Mes Mescalapa Mescalapa Mescalapa
calapa river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The towns of Balaean Carmen Pall Pallzada Pallzada Pallzada
zada and Santa Rita in the valley of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Usumacinta river are badly dam damaged damaged damaged ¬
aged A total of 32 3y inches of water waterhas waterhas waterhas
has fallen in the state in three weeks weeksA
A large part of the lower section of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Juan Bautista is under water The TheBarrio TheBarrio TheBarrio
Barrio of Santa Cruz has been totally
desolated and the water is three and andfour andfour andfour
four feet deep In many houses housesTemporary housesTemporar housesTemporary
Temporary lodging houses have havcbcen havcbcenfitted been beenfitted beenfitted
fitted up by the authorities of San Juan JuanBautista JuanBautista JuanBautista
Bautista and more than 1000 people peopleare
are being fed and lodged at the citys citysexpense citysexpense citysexpense
expense In Santa Rosa streets parks parksand parkaand parksand
and gardens are under three feet of ofwater ofwatlr ofwater
water The people were driven to the theroofs theroofa theroofs
roofs
S
PROGEfDiNGS PROCEEDINGSARE ARE SECRET StCRETNew
New York Oct 26 26Roports Reports that thatMrs thatIrs thatMrs
Mrs John Jacob Astor has brought broughtsuit
suit for a legal separation from her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband Colonel John Jacob Astor Astorwere Astorwere Astorwere
were neither denied nor affirmed today
by C H Young who Is said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been appointed a referee in the case caseMrs case1rs caseMrs
Mrs Astor is said to be represented by
John H Cadwallader of the first of ofStrong otStrong ofStrong
Strong Cadwallader and Mrs As Asters Astors Astolj ¬
ters attorney Is said to be Lewis Cass CassLadyard CassLadard CasaLadyard
Ladyard The greatest secrecy is ismaintained ismaintained Ismaintained
maintained maintainedColonel maintainedColonel maintainedColonel
Colonel Astor is at present on board boardhis boardlIs
his us yacht Nourmahal cruising cr lslng In Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban waters He left New York three threedays thrett1as threeflays
days before Mrs Astor returned from fromEurope fromEurope fromEurope
Europe on Oct 15 last The reported reportedsuit
suit came as a great surprise to so solety soIety solety
lety letyMrs IetyMrs letyMrs
Mrs Astor was Miss Ava WHHnt WHHntdaughter Wl11lnt1aughter
daughter of Edward S Willing of Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Phiiadelphia ¬
adelphia She was married to Colonel ColonelAstor ColonelAstor ColonelAstor
Astor In 19J The Th couple have two twnhlldren twohl1dren twitrhildren
hlldren William Vincent Astor 17 17years Iiyears 17years
years old and Ava Alice Muriel Astor
7 years ears of age
DEATH SUMMONS SUMMONSPIONHR SUMMONSPIONEER V W V VEER
PIONEER EER EERJames UTAH UTAHNJames N NJames
James E Malin Who Crossed CrossedPlains CrossedPlains CrossedPl
Plains Pl insat at Age of 12 12Is 1 12Is 2 2Is
Is Dead DeadDeath DeadDeath DeadDeath
Death summoned another noted Utah Utahpioneer Utahpioneer Utahpioneer
pioneer when James E Maim sr for formerly formcrly formerly ¬
merly a member of the Salt Lake police policeforce policetorce policeforce
force died in his home 807 East Sixth SixthSouth SixthSouth SixthSouth
South street Mr MaIm was 70 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old Much of his early career was wasfilled wasfilled wasfilled
filled with hardship and adventure H HJames He HeJames HeJames <
James E Maim Matinwas Maimwas
was born m Chester county Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsyllanla Peansylvania ¬
vania vaniaWhen vaniaWhen lanlaWhen
When his parents became converts to toMormonism toMormonism toMormonism
Mormonism they went ent to Nauvoo In
1849 his father Elijah Malln died while whilefilling whileftlllng whilefilling
filling a mission in St Louis This was wasduring wasdurlh wasdurIhg
during durlh the cholera epidemic and the thebrave thebrave thebrave
brave missionary who stuck to his post postfell postfell postfell
fell a victim to that scourge scourgeWith scourgeWith scourgeWith
With his widowed mother James JamesMalln JamesIalln JamesMaIm
MaIm who was only 12 years of age agecame agecame agecaine
came over the plains to Utah In 1851 1851During 1851During 1551During
During the Journey the boy more than thanonce thanonce thanonce
once Carried rrled a rifle and kept watch for forIndians forIndians forIndians
Indians IndiansOne IndiansOne IndiansOne
One of James Maims first occupa occupations occupations occupations ¬
tions In Utah was carrying the mall mallThen mallThen mailThen
Then he went to Florence twice for im immigrants Immigrants immigrants ¬
migrants In 1864 he left Salt Lake and andsettled andsettled andsettled
settled in Summit county count being one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the founders of the town of Rockport RockportIn
In 1867 he came back to Salt Lake and andIn andIn andin
In 1878 he went on a mission to Dane Danecounty Danecount Danecounty
county Wisconsin After he returned returnedhe
he served the city as watermaster and andon andon andon
on the old police force His principal principaloccupation principaloccupation principaloccupation
occupation was farming and stock stockraising stockraising stockraising
raising Mr Maims wife died a year yearand yearand yearand
and a half ago ag > Six children > n survive
STEAMER GOES GOESDOWN GOESDObVN
DOWN IN STORM STORMi
i Twenty or More Lives Lost on onShoal oni onShoal onShoal
i
Shoal Off Coast of ofMaine ofMaine ofMaine
Maine MaineEastport MaineEastport MaineEastport
Eastport Me Oct 26 26Twenty Twenty lives livesand livesand livesand
and perhaps more were lost today toda in inthe inthe Inthe
the destruction on a shoal off Seal SealCove SealCove SealCove
Cove of the Donaldson line steamer steamerHiseia steamerHlsela steamerHisela
Hiseia bound from Glasgow for St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns and Baltimore Four of the vic victims victims victime ¬
tims young Scotch boys were passen passengers pAssengers passengem ¬
gers and the others were members of ofthe ottho ofthe
the crew Captain Newman and twenty twentyor
or more of the crew were last seen in a aships ashlps aships
ships boat which was being tossed on onthe onthe onthe
the stormy seas seasOf seasOf seasOf
Of the forty persons who were aboard aboardthe aboardthe aboardthe
the steamer when she piled up on the theshoal theshoal theshoal
shoal earl today only six are positive positively ¬
ly known to have been saved They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were forced to cling to the wreck wreckshifting wreckshifting wreckshifting
shifting their precarious positions as asthe asthe asthe
the steamer was tossed by the seas seasIt seasIt seasIt
It was not until 3pm 3 p m that life savers saverswere SQverswere saverswere
were able to man their boats and reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the stranded vessel
OCKSRlfDER IS A PUZZLE PUZZLELos
Los Angeles Police Are at a Loss to toUnderstand toUnderstand toUnderstand
Understand Former Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Prisoner PrisonerDisplaying FrisonerDisplaying PrisonerDisplaying
Displaying far more solicitude for the theaffinity theaffinity theaffinity
affinity in the case Mrs lrs Bertha Son Sonnenberg Sonnenberg Sonnenberg
nenberg than for his Invalid wife and andlittle andlittle andlittle
little child N J Ocksrelder arrested in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake on charges of embzlement embzlementpreferre embezzlementpreferred embezzlement embezzlementpreferred
preferred preferre by Pease Pese brothers of Los Lo An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles is proving himself himsl a puzzle to the theLos theLos theLos
Los Angeles Angele authorities authoritiesRidiculous authoritiesRidiculous authoritiesRidiculous
Ridiculous in the extreme is the way
he refers to the charges chfrges against aginst him and andhe andhe andhe
he laughingly intimates Intimate that he ha made madefriends madetrlends madefriends
friends in Salt Lake who will wi aid ai him in inhis inhis inhis
his fight for freedom freom against aginst the Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Angele authorities authoritis He declares delares that he hewill hewi hewill
will wi not only onl be released rele but vindicated vindicatedOcksrelder 1ndI 1ndieatedOcksreider cated catedOcksrelder
Ocksrelder boasts bsts of having met the thehusband thehusband thehusband
husband of Mr 1lrs Sonnenberg Sonnenbrg in Salt Sal Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and having worsted worMe him He states that thatit
it was while whie attending Rtendlng to business buslne con connected 01 eonnected ¬
nected necte with Mrs lrs Sonnenberg that he was wasarrested wasarrested as asarrete
arrested arrestedMrs arrestedMrs
arrete
Mrs rs Sonnenberg and her fiveyearold fiveyearoldson fveyorold fveyoroldson
son accompanied accompaied Ockareider Ocksreldr to the Jail jai at atLos atLs atLos
Los Ls Angeles Agle Sonnenberg did not mention mentionto menton mentonto
to the Los Angeles Angele authorities authorles that he had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been arrested arreted in Salt SaJ Lake on charges cbar 8 of offorgery offorgery offorgery
forgery committed cmmitd here nor his part prt In Inthe Inthe inthe
the alleged alged confession confeion of Driskell at the thecity tbecity thecity
city Jail jai last week ek
FOREIGN HOLIDAY GOODS GOODSARRIVING GOODSARRIVING GOODSARRIVING
ARRIVING IN SALT LAKE LAKEA
A considerable considerble amount of business is isbeing Isbeing isbeing
being done at present through the office officeof ofce ofceor
of J J Greenewald Grenewald Inspector Insptor of the theport theport theport
port of Salt Sal Lake Lake in the matter mater of re receiving receiving ¬
ceiving goods shipped from foreign foreignpoints foreignpoints
points and destined destine to local merchants merchantsor
or private residents rsdents of Salt Sl Lake Sev Several Several Soycxiii ¬
eral of the consignments which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been coming cming In lately are goods goos Intend Intended ¬
ed for the holiday hoUd y season
I
INCORPORATED IN MAINE MAINESpecial MAINESpecial MAINESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanAugusta HeraldRepublcan HeraldRepublcanAugst HeraldRepublicanAugusta
Augusta Me Oct St Incorporation tIncorporationpapers Incorporationpapers Incorraton Incorratonapers
papers Augst have been ben filed me here for the South SouthMines Suth SuthlInes SouthMines
Mines and andSmelters Smelters Smelers company com pan with th a capi capital capital capitat ¬
tal of Jl300000 UOO The promoters nominal nominalare nominal
are Lewis A Burleigh M M M I Spinney SpinneyErnest SpinneyErnest SpinneyErnest
Ernest L McLean M lL L F Sheehan and andWalter andWalter
Walter M Sanborn
e
GOLD AND RADIUM RADIUMColorado RADIUMColorado RADIUMColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Oct 26 2Wood 2Woodland 26Wood 26Woodland Wood Woodland ¬
land Park between here and d Cripple CrippleCreek Crppl CrippicCreak
Creek Crek is attracting atracting prospectors prospctors from frm both bothcities bothcites bothcities
cities cites as iLa a result resul of reported valuable valuablegold valuablegold valuablegold
gold and radium rdium ore discoveries
1
SHUBERTS ERIS TRYING TRYINGTO
TO FIND FND FINDTHEATRE FINDTHEATREHeads THEATRE THEATREWHMHMMWWM
WHMHMMWWM WHMHMMWWMHeads
Heads of Big Theatrical Firm FirmWill FirmWi FirmWill
Will Wi Be Here HereSoon HereSoon HereSoon
Soon SoonHAVE SoonHAVE SoonHAVE
HAVE EYES ON ONTHE THE LYRIC LYRICNEW
i
i
NEW THEATRE MAY BE BUILT BUILTIF
IF CONDITIONS WARRANT IT ITSam ITSam ITSam
Sam and ad J J Shubert known know In the thetheatrical thetheatricl thetheatrical
theatrical theatricl world as The Independents Independentsare Independetsare
are making a strong effort efort to t gain a afoothold afoothold afoothold
foothold in Salt Lake The failure of ofA ofA ofA
A B Pelton Pelon of Pelton Pelon Smutzer Smuter to toclose tocose toclose
close cose certain arrangements arangements which whic wouldhave wouldhave would wouldhave
have given the Shuberts enough busi business business bustness ¬
gven
ness to have justified justifed their ther entering this thisfield thisfeld thisfield
field feld probably before now has ha not notcaused notcause notcaused
caused cause them to give up the Salt Sal Lake Lakefield Lke Lkefeld Lakefield
field feld Indications are ar that if I a new newtheatre newtheatre newtheatre
theatre is not built bui to house their at attractions attractions attractions ¬
tractions the Lyric theatre which whic has hasgenerally hasgeneraly hasgenerally
generally generaly been thought to be controlled controlledby controle
by the Northwestern Theatrical Thetrlcl associa association aia aiaton association ¬
tion ton will wi become beome an independent house houseSome hous houseSome
Some time tme ago the Utahna Theatre Theatrecompany ThCtre ThCtrecompany Theatrecompany
company of which John Cort of the theNorthwestern theNorthwester theNorthwestern
Northwestern Northwester Theatrical Theatrcal association associationwas asiaton asiatonwas
was the controlling contrlng spirit secured seured a alease alease alease
lease on the Lyric Lyrc It I is now under understood underftood understood ¬
stood ftood that Howard Garrett Garret has suc succeeded succ sueeceded ¬
ceeded c quietly in buying enough stock stockto stok stokto
to give him control As A he Is the duly dulyauthorized dulyauthorize dulyauthorized
authorized authorize representative representtve of the Shu Shuberts Shuberts Shuberts ¬
berts In Salt Lake Lke it I can be readily readilyseen rediy rediyseen
seen that the independents through throughhim
him have now secured seure an advantage advantagewhich advatge advatgewhih advantagewhich
which whih may result in their attractions attractionsbeing atrctions atrctionsbeing attractionsbeing
being presented here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Shuberts and Mr Garrett Garet about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree
three months ago talked about what whatcould whatcould whatcould
could be done with regard to securing securinga securng securnga
a place for them At that time tme pros prospects pro prospects ¬
pects were not particularly partcularly rosy Then Thenovertures Thenovertures Thenovertures
overtures were made to Pelton Pelon Smut Smutzer Smutzero Smutzer ¬
zer who held the lease on the Grand Grandtheatre Grd Grdtheatr Grandtheatre
theatre The Shuberts said they th y would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take over the lease of the Grand Grnd pro providing providing providing ¬
viding Pelton Smutzer Smuter were able to tosecure toseture toseure
secure seture leases lees on certain certn theatres in New NewMexico NewIexlco NewMexico
Mexico and Arizona A B Pelton for forhis torhis forhis
his firm frm undertook this mission He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was caught napping however and a d be before b before ¬
fore he had got fairly started starte R A AGrant AGrant AGrant
Grant representative representatve for Utah of the theNorthwestern theNorthwestern theNorthwestern
Northwestern Theatrical Thetrcal association associationmade a8lat a8latmade assodatUtmade
made the trip to New Mexico and Ari Arizona Arizona MIzona ¬
zona and effectually effectualy tied te up the thea theatres th theatres ¬
tres in question so far as the Shuberts Shubertswere Shubert
were concerned concerne The Shuberts Shuber realiz realizing rlz rlzIg realiztag ¬
tag Ig they the had made a mistake mistke in the se selection s solection ¬
lection of timber for their opening openingwedge opning opningwedge openingwedge
wedge again renewed negotiations negotatons with withMr wih wihYr withMr
Mr
parrett parrettThe parret
The Th building of the new theatre If Ifthis I ifthis
this move be decided decide on will wi depend It Itis I itis
is sa said > d on whether or not the Shuberts Shubertswill Shubert
will wi be able to furnish enough attrac attractions atrc atrctions attractions ¬
tions to give it a full ful seasons run runWithin runWithin runWithin
Within a few weeks one of the Shw Shwberts Sh Shberts Shwberts
berts Is expected In Salt Lake and at atthat atthat atthat
that time something definite defnie may be bedecided bedecided
decided on onManager onManager onManager
Manager Grant Grnt of the Colonial and andBungalow andBungalow andBungalow
Bungalow theatres and Mr Corts rep representative representatve representative ¬
resentative resentatve was asked concerning the thestory thestory thestory
story that the Shuberts wanted the theLyric theLyric theLyric
Lyric theatre theate I dont believe beleve it I he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said The lease lese Is good for six months monthsonly monthsonly monthsonly
only and I scarcely think tink the Shuberts Shubertswould Shubertswould Shubertswould
would kind take tke up a proposition ropos1ton of that thatkind thatkind thatkind
HOnSE FALLS FAftSINTO INTO C CELLAR CELLAREquine LLAR LLAREque
Equine Eque Sits Sit on Haunches and ad Eats EatsPeacefully Et EatsPeacefully
Peacefully Feacefuy While Wie Owner Ower Searches Searchesfor
for a Block and Tackle TackleContentedly Tacke TackeContentedly TackleContentedly
Contentedly munching a dinner of al alfalfa alfala a afalfa ¬
falfa fala and oblivious oblvious to the fact that he hewas hewas hewas
was the center of attraction attton for 500 5 or ormore ormore ormore
more persons Irsons a delivery delver horse of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Electric Supply company cmpny sat satpeacefully st stpecefuly satpeacefully
peacefully pecefuly on his haunches haunche in a a base basement bs basement ¬
ment excavation in the alley aley at the therear therer therear
rear rer of the Savoy hotel near Commer Commercial ¬
cial street yesterday afternoon aternon after afterhaving afer aferhaving afterhaving
having fallen talen by easy esy stages stage to this thisstrangely thisstrangely thisstrangely
strangely awkward position positon The horse horsewas hors horsewas
was being driven by William Wiiam Patterson Pattersonwhen Pattersonwhen Pattersonwhen
when some old flooring fooring gave way and andhe andhe andhe
he was precipitated to the bottom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cellarway cellarwayAll celarway celarwayAl
All Al sorts of advice was as freely offered offeredby ofered oferedby
by the large crowd which gathered gatheredEverything gthere gatheredEverything
Everything possible was suggested suggestedfrom suggeste
from prying pring the equine out with wih a rail railto ril rilto railto
to blowing him up with wih dynamite dyamite Of Officials Offcials Officials ¬
ficials fcials of the supply company finally finallysolved fnaly fnalysolved finallysolved
solved the problem Plobl m by bringing a block blockand blok blokand blockand
and tackle and a team By this means meansthe meansthe meansthe
the horse was lifted lted to terra ter firma firma none nonethe nonethe nonethe
the lower worse down for his brief bref visit to a strata stratalower stta sttalower stratalower
JESUS NOT 101Salvation AMONG ELiTE EUTfSavation ELiTESalvation
Salvation Savation Army Ay Speaker Tells Tels Where WhereSavior Were WereSavor WhereSavior
Savior Savor of Mankind tnd Is to toBe t toBe
Be Found FoundIt Foud
It was a straight from the shoulder ser sermon sermon sermon ¬
mon deliveied by Colonel W V F Jenkins Jenkinsat Jekins Jekinsat
at the Salvation Salvaton Army hall In East Et Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond South street last night and one cal calculated calculated calculated ¬
culated to fit t the needs neds of the people ad addressed a addressed ¬
dressed Taking for his text ppe There Therestandeth Therestandeth Therestandeth
standeth One among aong you ou whom ye know knownot knownot knownot
not the colonel drew dre some comparisons comparisonsbetween comprisons comprisonsbtween comparisonsbetween
between btween the various conditions conditins of life In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the Savior of mankind manknd Is to be befound b befound
found foundHo foundHo foundHo
Ho Is not to be found among aong the fash fashionable tuhlonable fashionable ¬
ionable and the elite said sid the colonel colonelIt colnel
It I is among working people pople such as 8S you youthat youthat youthat
that He atandeth atandethFollowing standethFolowing stardethFollowing
Following Folowing this the colonel told how howChrist hw hwChrist bowChrist
Christ had mingled with the working pee people peepie ¬
ple in His days upon earth erth and an drew drewseveral drewseveral drewseveral p
several lessons which had the effect etet of ofbringing ofbringing ofbringing
bringing quite quie a few converts to the altar altarduring altr altrduring altarduring
during the evening eveningMajor eenlngMaor eveningMajor
Major Maor T Waite alte also spoke spke during durnI the theevening te teevening theevening
evening and the hall hal was well wel filled fil for forthe forthe forthe
the special speial meeting
STATEMENT STATEMENTREFUTED STATEMENTREFUTEDBuilding REFUTED REFUTEDBuiding
Building Buiding Trades Department Fed Federation Federaton Federation ¬
eration of Labor Issues Denial DenialThe DenialThe DenialThe
eraton
The following folowing statement which ex explains explains cxplains ¬
plains Itself was issued yesterday yesterdayThe yelterdayThe
The press pre committee of f the building buildingtrades buiding buidingtrades buildingtrades
trades department of the American AmericanFederation Americn AmericnFederaton AmericanFederation
Federation Federaton of Labor Lbor wishes to contra contradict cotra cotradict contradict ¬
dict the statements as published publshe in the theSalt theSal theSalt
Salt Sal Lake Tribune and The Herald HeraldRepublican Herld HerldRepublcan HeraldRepublican
Republican Republcan of Thursday morning Oct Oc
21 1909 109 and the Evening Telegram Telegrm of ofOct otOct ofOct
Oct 26 1909 as given ghcnto to sid papers ppen by bythe bythe bythe
the Salt Lake Lke Real Rel Estate association associationbelieving assiton assitonbeleving associationbelieving
believing beleving as we do that we are ar more morecompetant morecompetant morecompetant
competant and in a better beter position ptn to toJudge tojudge tojudge
Judge of the conditions of the laboring laboringelement labring labringelement laboringelement
element in Salt Lake LakeWe LakeWe LakeWe
We wish to most emphatically emphatcly deny denythe denythe denythe
the statements as printed printe and also als to todeny tt todeny
deny that It I Is the intention Intenton of the theboring la laboring Iaboring ¬
boring class to In any way Interferf Interferfwith Interferfwith interfercwith
with or retard retrl1 the progress progess or advance advancement adnce advancement ¬
ment of the city There are at the thfpresent thf thepresent
present preent time tme unemployed men of every everycraft ter everycraft
craft building craf buiding sufficient sufficent contractors contractorsIt contractorsIs to meet met the needs nes of UM UMbuilding t thbuilding >
It Is Is ridiculous to suppose e that tat thr thrlaboring thrlaboring thrlaboring
laboring class cas 75 per cent of whom ow own owntQ owtie1r r rtheir
their tQ lr own homes would In any ay way r rtard rtard rtard
tard or interfere with the pror prors prorrnsadvancement < s ir iradvancement 17 17advancement
advancement of the city in whioh whllh thir thirhave thl thrhave
have invested their all allPress al allPress
Press Committee Commite B T C > irifi irifiSigned in inSigned
Signed Siged J T E MTJNSEY MNSEY MNSEYt
t
FOREST RANGERS EXAMINED EXAMINEDRough XAMIN D DRugh
Bough Rugh Hiding Rid and a Other Ote Horseman HorsemanTests Hrem 4 4ship
ship shipBough Tests Test Are Hade Me on the theEedwood te teRedwood theRedwood
Redwood Road RoadField Ra RoadField
Field Fild examinations exmlnton by the govern government ger government ¬
ment for forest rangers rgers were wr held hl on o tho thoRedwood thoRewo theRedwood
Redwood Rewo road near Eighth South Southstreet Sot Southstreet
street stret yesterday yetery morning moring Sixteen Sixteenhorsemen Siten Sitenhorme Sixteenhorsemen
horsemen horme took the te Heams exams which wJlh In Included i Ineluded ¬
eluded cuded all al manner maner of rough rgh riding rdng and andtests ad adtest an antests
tests test of horsemanship horsemanshipThe hOsmanshtp hOsmanshtpThe
The proceedings prings began bga at the te federal federalbuilding feel feelbuiding federabuilding
building buiding Monday when the less lee pine praotical p pinetlcal
tical tcal tests tet were held R V R R Reynolds Reynoldssupervisor Reyods Reynoldssupervisor
supervisor suprisol of the te Wasatch Wasth forest fort di directed directed ¬ c crecte
rected recte the tests tt The Tl aspirants ulrants were wereCharles wereCharle woreCharles
Charles Charle W Despalns Depns Murray uay Odo OdoH OdoR
H Thomas Silver Lake Lke Henry Her C CMeyerhoffer C CMeyerhotfer
Meyerhoffer MEyerhfer Salt Sl Lake Le George Grge Harris HarrisSalt Hal HalSl HarrisSalt
Salt Sl Lake Ezra Cox Salt St Lake Lc Georga GeorgaH Gergs GergsH
H Kellogg Kelogg Alfred Alre F 1 Richas Richards Joseph JosephE Josp
E Millwood Miwo GrantevlUe GrnUJe Wllam William W WButer WButler V VButler
Butler Buter Sandy Sndy John H H WIddlson WIddlsonHooper WlddllOn WiddisonHooper
Hooper Hoopr Vincent Wootton Wotton Sandy Ben Benjamin Benjamin Benjamin ¬
jamin B Pack Pck Kamas Kam Lester Lter Os Oaborne Osorne Osborne
borne orne Jamas Marion Marln E Frazier Fier Ne Nevada Nevada Nevada ¬
vada Marion Peterson Petersn I t tI
RENO PAPERSNevada PAPERS PAPERSSWINDLED PAPERSSWINDLEDNevada SWINDLED SWINDLEDNevda
Nevada Nevda State Stte Police Send Sen Warnings WamingaAbout Wags WagsAbout WarningsAbout
About Alleged Dishonest DishonestSolicitors Dihonest DihonestSoloitr DishonestSolicitors
Solicitors SolicitorsLook Soloitr
Look k out for fo advertising averln swindlers swindlersThis IwnI swindlersThis
This T Is l the th word ord received receive by b the 51t Snt vt
t
Lak lAe police plice department deprment from frm Cap Ci captrt captrtCox n nCox nCox
Cox superintendent sprintennt of the te tate R poll polka polkaIn a ain
in Nevada Nevada The local loca authorities authorit are to t tri1 tri1to 1 1to lto
to be on the watch wath for R R E Sttu Stuck k ai ali aliIL J JH 1H
H H Melver who are declared deared to 1 tadveisn Ladvertising 1 1advertising
adveisn advertising swindlers swindlersStuck Bnler swindlersStuck
Stuck Is l about abut 25 2 years year of age and I l lcompnion tcompanion 3 3companion
companion compnion is about 40 4 It I Is said the tI tr It tahave trhave >
have hve operated operate throughout Net Neva1t eyad i < U a 1 tthat 1that 1that
that several sevel newspaper newspapr han tf tfthrough irr r L Lthrough
through thrugh raised nda advertising avertlng contracts cvntrusThe s sThe e
The Nevada Nevaa authorities authoriies say th tht it thp thpmetbods hf hfmethods 1i 1imethods
methods of swindling adUD 81e e to contract contracta v va 1
a newspaper newlpr for fo a til tI1 page pg of allyrro allyrroIng ul ulIng ivri ivriing
Ing which whch they tby will wU pre ure ur th tho pit 1 paging < i iIng IIng
Ing marked marke put in s 8tions IfttiflS ct < ons The m 111 mu < n t tcollect Icollt tcollect
collect collt amounts amount over ove that chargd a t 1 by 1 ipaper t tpaper ccW ccWppr
paper ppr and disappear dpr Their Teir last ocr ocrUon r rtion rtion
tion was wa In Reno Rno whe vh > Te th they < n inorm inormfrieds i nf m t tfriends t tfriends
friends frieds that they had tlifady dfdy rontn rontnwith eontrlrewith on r r1th
with Salt Slt Lake L npwswkpers JfW8 prs for forwork i iwork >
wanted for obtnii obtatnimoney I t3
work work They are an want obtaI g gmoney c cmoney
money und undAr > r false rr prtenls >
I
ASKS PAY FOR PIGEONS PIGEONSJames PIGEONSJame PIGEONSJames
James Jame Pratt Prat wants wantli 5473 54 75 for forlv plgPn plgPnIvrre plecn < I Iivred
lv Ivrre ivred red to Walter Vallr Bramwell Pratt Piattuit Pat nll nllult fiisuit 1 1 1tl
suit in the civil cvi < divisIon of the th Hi < it itpst i t tetrdtv
pst Itrdi etrdtv rdT through Arthur Artlr Pratt PiTlainr PrattIaims Prattlaims
lainr to I n ti ht i d IHerrd lvlrft MI Ii 4 per pleear pI tl tlI t flear >
ear ar 1 w ° to ha ran e > rf rhjd refiv fi d j 1 I I Ifn jf > r
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