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HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 3
I I HAPPENINGS UTAH TOWNS 1
I Ogden News
Offlce410 Twentyoflfth street
Circulation Department 366 Twenty
fifth Street
fiNDS COMRADE DYING
FROM AN OlD WOUND
BnIlet Which Lodged Near the Fron
tal Bone Alleged Cause of
Hemorrhage
Special to The HoraldRepubllcan
Ogden No IHad It not been that
Fred Hollingsworth had occasion to re
turn to his room last night forn change
ot cuffs Jlllam Stevenson would very
likely have died In hiB room alolle
Stennson and Hollingsworth were room
Ing together and last tight at about 9
oclock Holllngworth returned to the
room to gt a change of cuffs when he
found his roommate on the floor In an un
conscious cordltion struggling madly for
his life Dr Powers was immediately
Munmoned and he rendered what aid he
could hut It Va > all to no avail as death
liI its grasp UllOn the young man and
t tSPd away a fw hours later at the
lll8pital
At soon as the ph sielan made an ex
I ruination he pronounced it hemorrhage
of the brain His rain was so Intense
ttue men were r4lured to holll him
The cause or th hlmorrhage cannot
1 determined XCl that It came from
a gunshot wound Jlfilcted In the head a
fw years ago The ball entered the head
near the eye and It Is said It was never
tan from the frontal bone It Is up
po1 to have shifted and ruptured a
bind ves1
TO ARRANGE TRIP
I 1 pectat to The HeraldR2publican
Ugdrn Nov tC J Ross manager of
th tabernacle choir loft for Chicago yes
t rda morning to confer with the man
agrr of the Chicago Tribune regarding
ti 1 1D for Ipnc1ln thp ehoir to ChkRgO
to take put in the musical probram InCl
dent to the National Land IrrigatiOn
exposition which will be held there about
the middle If this month
Say 7tJ
Headaches Headaches
Biliousness Biliousness
Constipation Constipation
Ayers Pills Ayers Pills
Sugarcoated Sugarcoated
Easy to take Easy to take
Dont forget Dont forget
If your tIodor Jags this is all right hen Jay
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Best Work
DR ZIMMERMAN
234 MAIN ST
Set of Teeth best red rubber 7OO
Gold crowns 2K 000
Bridge Work best 0 SIOO
Gold Fillings Sl00 IIp
Silver FJlllngs 7ilc
All work guaranteed 12 years
Painless Extraction Free with Plates
I Childrens Disorders
have no terror for the mother
who keeps handy 11 bottle of
Graefenberg Children7s Panacea
All Druggists sell it
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Why buy a
readymade
Overcoat wlieii yon ran select from
K lily entire line of kerseys IucItons
autl beavcrs in blaCk made to fit
you in cyery line at only
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1500
Daniels the Tailor
57 West Second South
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Tree Tea
is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure Food regulations
TREE TEA is selected and picked from the
choicest mountain districts of Japan and is
controlled by our firm No one can get the
TREE TEA but our firm so any one claiming
to have a tea just as good is misrepresenting
Beware of inutatiois
M J BRANDEN STEIN co
THE DIFFERENCE
Coffee Usually Means Sickness but
Postum Always Means Health
Those who have never tried the ex
periment of leaving off coffee and
drinking Postum In its place and R
tills way regaining health and happi
ness can learn much from the experi
ence of others who have made the trial
One who knows says I drank cof
fee for breakfast every morning until
I had terrible attacks of indigestion
producing das of discomfort and nights
op sleeplessness I tried to give up the
UIJ of coffee entirely but found It
hard to go from hot coffee to a glass
of water Then I tried Postum
It was good and the effect was so
pleasant that I soon learned to love
It and have used It for several years
I Improved immediately after I left oft
coffee and took on Post urn and am
now entirely cured of my indigestion
and other troubles all of which were
due to coffee I am now well and con
tented and all because I changed from
coffee to P08tum
Postum is much easier to make right
every time than coffee for it is 80 even
and always rollable Ve never use cof
fee now In our family We use Postum
and are always well
Theres reason and it Is proved by
trIal
Look In pkgs for a copy of the fa
mous little book The Road to Well
vllle
Ever read the above letter 1 A new
one appears from time to time They
are genuine true and full of human
interest
ECONOMICAL
HEWLETTS
TEAS
Are economical to use
Many Teas sold at a fancy
price have not nearly the
strength and flavor
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
HWOULDNT PAY ME FOR THE RE
LIEF I GOT FROM PILES
For l years I suffered with piles
brought on by any strain or hard work
Since using HemRold eight months ago
I have not had an attack can do any
labor and eat what I wish without III
effect I Vould not be In my former
condition for 1500
Signed Wm McAdams
Cooks Falls N Y
Sworn to before notary March 23 OS
Dr Leonhardts HemRold an inter
nal tablet cure for piles Is sbld for 1
by F C Schramm SO South Main st
Salt Lake City and fully guaranteed
Dr Leonhardt Cu Station B Buffalo
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PAIN IN THE BACK
Pains In the back Indicate kidney
trouble and must be treated promptly
Go to any good drug store and get One
half ounce 1Iurnx compound onehalf
ounce fluid extract Buchu six ounces
good pure gin Mix and take one to two
teaspoonfuls three times a day after
meals This will quickly cure symptoms
of kidney and bladder trouble such as
pains In the bark rheumatic pains In
joints soreness In hips or groin frequent
or highly colored urination dizziness put
flnlfs under the eyes etc Chronic rheu
matism Brights disease or diabetes can
be avoided If these symptoms are treated
iJrompth
A private safe may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per ycar and upwards
A private safe may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards
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A private sale may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards
Election returns will be furnished by
the Independent Telephone company to
its patrons Tuesday Nvv 2
Ogden Race ExcursIon Via Bamber
ger Line 100 Round Trip
On sale every race day starting Oct
30 for special train 11 a m Ticket
good returning any train ante of sale
or on the following day Return train
leaves Ogden 646 p m
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RETURNS BY TELEPHONE
Election Returns
The Utah Independent Telephone Co
announce they will be prepared to fur
nish complete returns to their patrons
on Tuesday night Subscribers desiring
this Information will please ask Cen
tral for Election Returns
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Election NeVIs
Will be furnlFhE Tuesday evenIng by
Bell telephone Ask for Elections Bu
reau
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Election returns will be furnished by
the Indepenient Telephone company to
its patrons Tuesday Nov 2
Ask for Elections Bureau
On the Bell telephone Tuesday evening
for latest election returns
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
Election returns will be furnished by
the Independent Telephone company to
Its patrons Tuesday Nov 2
Iull the thllll lever to tile right until
the bell ring Its 11 vote for fusion
ROIl honed city government
If You Are Not Familiar
With the good qualities of National
Stoves and Ranges let us point out a
few NebroSlm Furniture Co 2346 So
State
Election returns will be furnished by
the Independent Telephone company to
Its patrons Tuesday Nov 2
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THIS AFTERNOON TWEEN 2 AND 5
DOLLY D MPLES
Will visit our store and endeavor to mR e a purchase To make the chas
all the more Interesting wIll give
A SILK VELOUR CO rr Value 15000
as shown In our windew providing tilt c ptor has In his or her p3see8sior j
sales ticket of a purdase mad during he hours of Dolly Dimples engage
ment at THIS STORE
All employes and salesppl Conneltd with THIS STORE are barred In
participating in this contet during the a oye hours
t25Table FLANN lS AT too
Line Table Linen Table
Cloths REDU ED Cloths
This week at This week at
D f lft
6ge PRCS 390
100 Get enough for th entire winter n76
LineL Table at reduce cost he e next week Linen Table
Cloths Just see the eConom s Cloths
This week t5c CREAM SHAKHR FLANNEL This week at
55e thIs week per 189
yard 9c
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200 1 23c CANTON FL NNEL AND 1 00
Linen Table BLEACHED S1LKER FLAN Linen Table
Inen a e NEL this week r1r u men a a
12 I
Cloths yard q 2c Sets
This week lOc WHITE WOOL FLANNEL This week per BIt
tv 118 yard this week per 28c 1 360 < <
i Oc TWILLED ALLWOOL
iOO SHIRTING ANt SKIRTING 900
Linen Table FLANNELS black and red In thI1 gr y naY blue Linen TableCloths
31Yc
72 c
week
per yard
Cloths Sets
Soc BORDERED BL NKET ROB
This week 6S lNGthis yard week pt H H 371cThia week 540 per setH
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From 100 tJ 500
Theres just as much reaso4i why a man should be
particular about the shirts he as he is about his
suit
It doesn cost a cent more t have real stylish good
looking shirts that fit perfect v and wear well than it
does to buy oldfashioned poc dy made shirts
We7ve only the latest stylE to sell and they7re
beauties every one The swellest patterns ever
shown here in soft or stiff 1 J80mS pleated or un
pleated all white or colored with or without cuffs
attached
The most comfortable shin for winter wear ever
made is the extra short 7 7 st ff bosom style Were
showing a large assortment l fever sold a more satis
factory shirt
A H CRAIJBE CO
220 Down I ain
Crabbes Clever Clothes are th style and wear standard
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FALSE ALARM
At t oclock thIs morning a fire alarm
was sent In by telephone from the Co
lonial hotel and theatre building On the
arrival of the fire department no trace of
a fire could be discovered
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A private safe may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt i
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main i
street 200 per year and upwards
Returns by Telephone
Ask for Electlons Bureau Bell tel
ephone for election news Tuesday
evening
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ONLY 5500
To Chicago and Return
Nov 16 and 17 via Oregon Short Line
for UNITED STATES LAND AND IR
RIGATION EXPOSITION Nov 20 to
Dec 4 and INTERNATIONAL LIVE
STOCK EXPOSITION Nov 27 to Dec
15 Limit Dee 15 City Ticket Office
201 Mom In street
JIUIA1 51LYBItDellgn flnls
qt lUty and workmanship unSllr
pI iIIed by any We are showing
ae nO rare new pieces this week
I one 05 for the correct time
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srm US BEFORE MOVING
I J L C Wat3on Transfer CO
I People U1oo TNat You ntt
W O Watson Manager
I I 11513 Dell UU
I j1 mes cleaned and curled Cfneg
Mill P rnrmnre 301 Tribune bldg
Making the Standard Rye Whis ey America No 10
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TIle little Green Stanp riita
is the final step in the nulking of the
Standard RyeWhiskeyofAmerica Itmeans
that a Government official has i spected k
every process in the making of
ffood old
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9OTILED tu boND
BOTTLED IN BONC
from the grain as it goes into the clevat Jf to the
whiskey as it goes into the bottle It is you
guarantee that the whiskey is pure fully natured
and that you get full measure The lit Ie green
stamp does not guarantee quality b it when
placed over the cork of Good Old Guck nbeimer rrnii
Pure Rye insures your getting a quality bat bas
been the Standard of America Since 18 7
Write us for a beautiful booklet telling the whole tnt reatilg tory
of how the Standard Ryc Whiskey of America s made
A Gackenheimer BlosDistiIlqrs Pius burg Since 1857
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OGDEN TO BE PURIFIED
Prominent CitLans Organize a
Betterment League and Elect
Officers
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov tPromlnent Ogden citi
zens held a meeting to dIscuss the moral
and social conditions of the city The rl
suIt of the meeting was the organization
of the Ogden Betterment league a
nonpartisan organization with the pur
pose of th < > league stated as follows
The object of the league Is to suppress
and prevent prostitution gambling and
the unlawful disposition or IntoxicatIng
beverages and tobacco to secure and aid
In the enforcement of the necessary leg
llIlation to prohibit the manufacture sale
or other disposition of Into icating bev
erages to prevent the opening on the
Sabbath day of theatre picture and ott
er shows and places of amusement and
the presentation therein of plays and
games to prevent the playing of ball
games the running of races and other
sports on the 3abbath day and gen r
ally to improve and purify the 60lal
moral and political conditions surround
Ing us
The orflcers elected are President D
O cKay vice president Charl C
Richards Rev G W McCrery Rev
Noble S Elderkin secretary and treas
urer John V Bluth executive commit
tee Heber Seowcroft A W Agee H L
Griffin H rum Belnan and Francis VT
Stratford
NO CARS TO HAUL BEETS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Oden Nov IH H Rolapp of the
Amalgamated Sugar company says the
company has over 70OO tons of sugar
beets plied up near the railroad tracks
between Ogden and Logan awaiting
transportation
The railroad companies are not able to
furnish cars The roads are taxed to
their utmost capacity tn handling the
heavy tonnage In coal flour grain and
other products The sugar company is
not complaining of the action of the rail
roads for Mr RoIapp says they are
doing all they can to get cars and are
giving the sugar company Its share of the
cars that are available
The fact remains nevertheless that it
will be some time before the entire beet
crop can be transported to the factories
in the northern part of the state A car
famine is prevented In Utah and Salt
Lake counties In the maintenance of beet
crushers In various parts of the sugar
beet area to which the beets are hauled
by team the distance from the crushers
to the beet farms being short It Is saId
that If there continues to be a shortage
of railroad cars for the hauling of the
beet crop In the north crushers wlIl have
to be established In that section
The spur track between the Rapid
Transit branch and the Oregon Short
Lint at HarrlsIIJe has been built and
the beet crop of the Plain City district Is
ready for shIpment and will be shipped
I as rapidly as cars can be furnished for
that purpose The beet digging Is not
I being checked but the beets are beIng
I placed in great heaps awaiting the time
of their removal
i RAILROAD OFFICIAL
i GOES TO CALIFORNIA
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden No tSuperlntendent W A
Whitney d the Utah division ot the UnIon
Pacific left for Oakland Cal yesterday
where he will assume the duties of super
intendent of the western division of the
Southern Pacific with headquarters at
the Oakland mole Assistant Superintend
ent W M Jeffers who has been pro
moted to Ute suprintendeney will arrive
In Ogden today to take charge of the of
fice vacated by Mr Whitney
W C T U PARADES PROVO
STREETS TO WIN VOTES
Special to The HeraidHepublican
IJrovd Nov 1Members of the VT C T
U paraded the streets today bearing po
litical banners and held a meeting at
Academy and Center avenues An at
tempt was made to have the teachers and
pupils or the public schools partiCipate In
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the parade but this was vetoed by those I
in authority
The Indepnllent part held a rally at
the opera house tonight All the speakers
except Waiter Adams were candidates on
the city ticket
The Republicans held a rally at Mozart
hall II I I
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A scene From the Man of the Hour the powerful play now running
at the Salt Lake theatre
PROVO COUNCIL OPENS
BIDS FOR NEW SEWERS
Provo Nov 1At the city council meet
Ing this evening bids were opened for
sewers In district No 11 The lowest bid
was ISOW above the estimate made by ths
rity engineer so the matter was tabled
The board 01 equalization will sit from
Nov 13 tO 19 to consld the sidewalk tax I
UNKNOWN MAN
KILLED BY TRAIN
An unknown man was killed in the
yards ot the Oregon Short Line at 610
oclock last night He was attempting
to board a freight train for Ogden when
he fll beneath the wheels and was cut
in two A paper in his pocket gave the
name of Fred FettErson Outside of this
nothing was learned of his Identity The
body W8 taken to the ODonn und r
taking establishment
fOUND SLEEPING IN A CAR
HandInhand they came into the police
station at f oclock this morning the girl
In short dresses and the boy wearing
hort trousers They had been arrested
at the car barns where for the past three
nights they have occupied one of the
street cars set upon a sIde track while
frantic parents have been malting a
search for the girl Not a day over 13
years of age judging from her appear
ance the girl who gave the name of Myr
tIe Arnold and said her parents lived
at Eighth South and Second East streets
said she had meant no wrong that she
had had to leave homo and that Ernest
Raymond whose appcarancp suggested 11
or 12 t ears had been her good friend and
load stayed with her so that she would
not be afraid
Th children saId that they had nowhere
else to go and that they had slept upln
the seatg 01 the street cur It was there
that Patrolman Thomas Gillespie found
them the boy sleeping upon one side and
the gIrl on the other side of the car Their
declared innocence of wrongdoing aside
from remaining away from their respec
tive homes seemed borne out by the ap
pcaran4e of the children They were
locked up at the city jaIl this morning
and today an effort will be made to
bring the eases to the attention ot the
I juvenile court
POLICE GET PICTURES
OF ALLEGED SWINDLERS
photographs of R E Stuck and L S
Ielver alleged advertising swindlers
have been received by the local police
department from Carson City Ncr
where the men arc said to have worked
newspapers for large sums of money No
tice was received a few days ago that
the men were supposed to be headed for
Salt Lake The notice given the police
here effectually prevent theIr working
their advertising sCIemes In thIs city
GET CHANGE VENUE
Duck Hunters Accused of Shooting
After Sunset
Alleging that It Is Impossible for them
to secure a fair and Impartial trial be
fore Justice F M Bishop A F Bur
rows M B Willis John Walier and D
Vickers yesterday secured a change 01
venue to the court of Justice Stanley A
Hanks Defndants are charged with
violating the tate game laws Thursday
by shooting ducks after sunset The
eases wIJ bt called to trial In a few days
AMUSEMENTS
THE MAN OF THE HOUR
The return of The fan of the Hour
to the Salt Lake theatre Is a welcome
addition to the seasons offerings
Though seen here twice before It Is
still regarded as a strong attraction
I and with the present company ranks
hIgh in favor with atregoera The
I hold this play has on the public Is due
to the interest taken by all classes In
local affairs City government graft
boss rule are of vital interest and this
play though It mayor may not be
an expose of common practices gives
the impression of being a true picture
It Is besides an inside picture and of
fers opportunity of seeing the wires
pulled that could not be had off the
stage Again the genuinely high char
acter of the motives and Ideals and
the conclusion that graft Is not always
triumphant appeals to the popular
taste and sense of fall dealing
There are three persons in the cast
who assure success Felix Haney John
Moore and Arthur Maitland are a
strong trio and in their scenes to
gethEr nothIng better could be hoped
for in this or any other play
The rival aldermanic bosses Horn
gan and Phelan are the center of in
terest throughout the play Even the
mayor Is secondary and the love af
fairs are subordinate Phelan as
played by Mr Haney Is so true II de
lineation that 1t s hard to realize that
the part was not first created for him
His humor is delightful and a welcome
contrast to some very serious and tense
situations Second credit should be
given to John Moore as Horrigan who
plays around Phelan There 15 noth
Ing more welcome than the meeting of
these two When Phelan scores at the
close it is felt that it b9 the only
proper consummation
The company Is good almost without
exception Many minor parts that are
not always well looked to are In this
play taken care of creditable fashion
The greatest weakness Is evident In
the womens role for Miss Winthrop
Is hardly strong enough for the Impor
tant part of Dallas Wainwright Miss
Mack as Mrs Bennet Is better and
she comes out strong In her principal
scene wIth the mayor when as his
mother she urges him to think only
of his duty no matter what the cost
to her It Is In this expression of noble
sentiment that the lines 01 this play
are strongest and the welcome accorded
them evidences the healthy wholesome
preferences of the audience
The Ian of the Hour will appear
here for only a short engagement run
ning Tuesday and Wednesday nights
and Wednesday matinee
ORPHEUM THEATRE
Would you convict a person of mur
der on circumstantial evidence This
is the problem of the 1eadllne act Cir
rumstantlal Evidence at the Orpheum
this week The playlet Is regarded as
one of the most Intensely dramatic offer
Ings of the season and has created a
profound sensation wherever produced
The three Salt Lake audiences that have
seen the play have evinced unmistakable
appreciation of the plot and acting It
runs all week Tonight the election re
turns will be thrown on the screen at the
Orpheum
COLONIAL THEATRE
There was 8 very large house at the
ColonIal last night People took advan
tage of the added attraction of Dolly
DimplES and there was hardly a vacant
seat in the beautIful theatre
Tonight full election returns will b
read from the stage
BUNGALOW THEATRE
At the Bungalow theatre this week Is
being presented an act by La Lole Itch
ane termed the Dance of Death In this
dance the young lady shows by her grace
ful movements that she is In a class with
such dancers as Maud Allen Lole Fuller
and Gertrude Hoffman The dancing of
I this auUful young woman Is not the
least bIt suggestive and could not of
fend a single person Her Cleopatra
dance Is something that Is beautiful from
an artistic standpoint telling a story by
her dancing while her Dance of Death
In which she uses a live snake Is good
The bill which includes Barnes elr
phants Don and Thompson Rivet and
Decry and Sampson and Douglas will
run until Wednesday evening with a mat
Inee every day at 2O The management
by special arrangements will have the
returns from the election read from the
tage tonight
THE TIME THE PLACE AND THE
GIRL
Written primarily with a strong love
story of human nterest In view The
Tim the Place and the Girl which
opens an engagement at the Colonial next
SUlllay proved that this when embel
lished by fun catchy songs and pretty
glrl In vigorous dances Is the most
successful play that prolific trio Will 31
Hough Frank R Adams and Jseph E
Howard has turned out This play
broke all reords In Chicago running
there 463 consecutive times and has cre
ated equally notable records wherever It
has appeared
POLICE STATION FULL
OF UNCLAIMED WHEELS
Have you lost It bicycle recently
If you have It will probably be found
at police headquarters There arc nine un
claimed wheels In the sergeants of
lice at the police station the wheels hay
I Ing been found by patrolmen Two bi
cycles were brought In last night and
Demons who Irve tad bicycles stolen awl
who have neglected to report the matter
may find their machines by calling MaIn
S and giving descriptions
MARRIAGE LICENSES
B E Irish Chicago and Laura Lloyd
Butte
Mathew F Justin Salt Lake and
Catherine F Ret > nto New York
Thomas F Kirkham and Margaret
Caalagh Lehi
TWO ROBBERS BEAT A BOY
Assaulted from behind as he was
passing the corner of Brigham and G
streets at about to30 oclock last nIght
Arthur relllngs a boy of 18 who lives
on G street was knocked down and
robbed by two men who secured about
30 The boy was unconscious only a
few minutes and aroused himself In
time to see two men dividing the money
taken from his pockets
Wellings Immediately telephoned to
police headquarters and two detectives
were sent to the scene but instead of
waiting for the boy to direct them
these officers looked around and re
turned to the station with the report
there was nothing doing
Another call from the victim assured
the police that the men might have
been captured had the detectives
waited for his arrival He had gone to
the house of a friend nearby and was
absent from the scene of the holdup
only about three minutes A patrol
man who later went to the scene of the
holdup verIfIed the boys story The
holdup men had In the meantime van
Ished
FOOTPADS RELIEVE
SWEDE OF SAVINGS
At an early hour this morning Nell
Hansen a Swede reported to the pollee
station that he had been robbed of 150
at the O S L depot Hansens account
of the robbery was somewhat jumbled
WI It came over the telephone but It was
learned that two men had followed Shim
from the station on his arrival from Og
den shortly after 10 oclock and on
promise of finding him a good rooming
house had lured him to a dark place
along the tracks south of the station
Here Olsen said one of the men threw
him to the ground and held him while
the other took his wallet containing all
of six months savings The police dis
covered no clue to the thieves
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ROBBED IN STREET
Traveling Man Relieved of Money
and Suit Case by Thugs
A D Murphy a traveling man was
held up and robbed of his suit case and
about 25 In cash a short dl3hnce from
the O S L depot In South Temple street
at about 11 oclock last night The men
were standing In the shadow of the trees
according t3 Iurphys stol and one of
them covered him isith a gun while the
other searched his pockets His suit case
emed to be accepted as legitimate prey
by the thieves who escaped In the dark
ness
MurphY stated that he was unable to
find a patrolman in the vicinity lIe
said he made an Hort to shadow the
men who had takEn hIS money but was
warned they would shoot him If he aid
not continue on his way uptown
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