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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 3
TEllER OF BANK
1 ARRESTS SUSPECT
J L Conklin Takes E D Sta
pleton Into Custody on
Street Car
FOR FORGED MONEY ORDER
I
FORMER EMPLOYE OF SEEING
SALT LAKE CO IS HELD
E D Stapleton a young man em
ployed for several months by the See
Ing Salt Lake company at Main and
Second South streets was arraigned
latE Friday afternoon before Charles
Baldwin UnIted States commissioner
Charged with cashIng a forged money
order as well as forgIng two orders and
attempting to pass them Stapleton
also Is suspected of having taken
four blank money orders from a post
office substation Friday morning He
does not attempt to deny that he
lashed one of the orders but says lu
reef lved the money orders from James
Hiley whom he had known In Idaho
8tapleton waived examination after
Inquiring If that would hasten his trial
Ills bond was 2000 and Julian Riley
Deputy In the office of James H An
delson United States marshal took
him to the county jail
C D Lowe postofflce Inspector and
LuIon H Smyth deputy United States
marshal aided In the arrest of Staple
tl n although he was taken Into cus
tidy by J L Conldln paying teller
of thE < ontlnental National bank where
it money order for SlOO had been cashed
for Stapltton wJo Is known there
Fnday at substation No 7 321 South
3fain street
Stapleton purchased a
money order for 50 cents payable at
Halley Idulio WhilO the attention of
thE clerk wasattracted elsewher for a
momcl1 four blank forms disappeared
from the monEY order book the tum
bers ranging from 43294 to 43297 In
Iuslve The theft was discovered In a
short time and the matter Immediately
was reported to the office of Postmaster
rthur L Thomas
Teller Makes Arrest
Money Older clerks were notified
Shortly afterwards a message arrived
from the Howe
Kelly company say
ing that a money order for 30 was In
their possession They asked the man
who presented it to wait while they
cent to the ptstoffice to get the money
JUt hI left the store The order was
> ne of the stolen blanks
Not long after this a messenger ar
11wd from the Continental bank with
a money order for 100 on another of
the stolen forms this order having
tn cashed at thE bank The order had
seen Indorsed with the name olf the
SightSeeing Car company The bank
t3s notified that the order ws a forg
n and Mrs ronklln thb teller started
ut tl find the young man
As the next train leaving the city was
tit I I Angeles Limit > fro ronklln
got on the car going to the Oregon
Short Line station and found Stapleton
on the car He told the younS man he
wanted him and they left the car fo
gether Stapleton being turned over to
1ostofflco Inspector Lowe and Deputy
Marshal myth
The substations stamp had been torn I
from another order and pasted on the
100 order which was signed A F
Moran postmaster
The 50cent order for which Staple
ton applIed was Intended he said to
be sent to James White of Halley Ida
but the order purported to be sent by
White and made payable to Stapleton
Stapleton said that this was a mistake
of the clerk
StaplctoQ has been here about two
years he says having formerly lived
in Halley He said the other man on
whom he places the blame owed him
money and he accepted the two money
orders one for 30 and the other for
100The
The Information before CommIssioner
Baldwin against Stapleton was sworn
to tJy Inspector Lowe
Constipation the Cause of
Disease
Natures Own Remedy
c tfation is not only disagreeable it
I Is d ngerous If allowed to become
f t ran If It will prove the forerunner or
dlsas xtJre int8Rded the bowels to
wore regularly once Ii day The dEllrat
st mach and bowels are the keystone of
the pin swat organization and should be
Lrpt In normal working ordEr to preserve
health When the bowels become slug
gIg I they reqlllrt a natural and harmless
txathE Too often they are permanEntly
lamlgEd by IHwrul drugs taken to
fore action In the famous Natural
IH NYADI JANOS Water Nature herself
has prlJlded her own harmless laxative
wllc can bf relied
on for quick and sure
results One half tumblerful on arising
nil within an hour move the bowels
geoth and copiously A bottle costs but
a tr tie Cr 1 ont < 11115 many doses
Ick l t fr unscrllfulus druggists
ah J wi II 1 S1sttlJte t1hss you ask for
Hu add J tOC
il
Cy f l 1
v A 1
ClosIng
ytr
= A FIi
r Ing
ray
Time
To
night
111 give you the choice
from my entire line of
2500 suits and over
coats at only
15000
I guarantee everyone
to fit perfectly
DANIELS
THE TAILOR
57 W 2nd South
Conohcenee after pneumonIa ty
phoid fever and the grits Is some
times merely apparent not real To
make It real and rapid there Is no
other tonic so highly to be recom
mended as Hoods Sarsaparilla Thou
sands so testify Take Hoods
n
A private safe may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault or the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upward
J
No one shops UNDER
STANDINGLY who does not I
read the ads I
Dayton Drug Co U I
Cur 2d So and Stale Phones G52 I t
tOur
Two
Storel
Ramona Olive Oil
Chemically pure by actual lesthighest authority
liD hen It preferencewe absolutely hock It up I
with our reputotlon for aqunre dealing as hest for
mlod s nUll dreJllug1I nod llllre enough for medlelu
nl use
Prices unusually Low for the Quality
Half Pints 35c
t
Pints 60c
Quarts 100
9 I
Prompt delivery to nn of the
any port city
Phone
Your
Order I
GodbePitts Drug Co
Cur Main and ht So Phone 148
Today
Today and every day
for Breakfast Din
ner and Supper
Hewletts Teas are
always good
There are none bet
ter at twice the price
CASTOR IA I
For Infants and Children
The l Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the ffl
Signature of t
I
BAD CIRCULATION
i
CAUSES PILES EXTERNAL
TREATMENT WONT CURE THEM
I Free circulation of blood 111 the lowe
bowel will cure any case of piles PUe
may be due to constipation or any of
a dozen other causEs Dr LeonhardtR
HemRold the only internal tablet rem
edy for plies opens a free circulation
In the bowel and cures the cause
24 days treatment Is sold for S1 at
SchrammJohnson Drugs 80 South fain
street Salt Lake City and Is guaran
teed fully Dr Leonhardt Co Station
B Buffalo N Y Write for booklet I
RRR I
RADWAYS READY RELIEF
4
4
CURES NEURALGIA
Railways 14aiiy Relief cures the our > t
pmts In from ne to weary minute F i
I1eadAct Vihtlr rick ur nenOIUl Tooth I
ace Neuratsia Rheumat1SLl Lum I r
palM and weakness In the back pine or
kl dners pains around the liver pleurtsy
swelling ot too joints Md pains ot all kin s
the application or RndwavlI RoIdy TtlIef I
will attrrd Immediate use and its con
Unwed use for a few days effect a r ° 70
Went cure Sold by dnlggbts
1 I
SHOCKING SIGHT
CORNER MAIN AND I
WEST THIRD SOUTH
Smart Young Man
Found Standing On I
His Head
A sight nol often seen that of a
gentlemanly youth standing on his
head was the cause ot a very large
crowd yesterday morning It seems
from evidence gleaned on the spot that
this young man had opened a copy of
an Eastern paper and read the fol
lowing which had been printed UP
SIDE Dowrl
NOT A CLASS
XO HOOKS TO BUY
ECII PtIIL
lUGJIT PRIVATELY
You come at any hour of the day for
a private lesson You may have a
lesson In ten minutes or stop all day
We loan you a visible machine il
your own home or office for practice
TYPEWRITING as you play a piano
SHORTHAND with eyes off your pen
ell The SEVEN system of short
hand has revolutionized all other
shorthands Invented by practical
court and congress reporters
Financially and otherwise Shorthand
and Typewriting Is a LIFE = LONG
ASSET a good ladylike and gentle
manly living In any Town or Country
If you enroll NOW we can complete
your tuition this year The study Is
easy and young or old may become a
success
The Seven Institute Mercantile
Block Salt Lake City Dell 3177
t JL I
AUERBACHS SATURDAY ECONOMY SALES
FOR ONE WHO CAN AFFORD ro IGNORE ECONOMY rHERE ARE THOUSANDS WilO
WOULD PRACTICE IT CAREFUL PERUSAL OF TJIESE OFFERINGS WILL CONVINCE
YOe THAT LITTLE MONEY NEVER WENT SO FAR
ESTABLfSHED 186 +
Utahs The Store
Most That
Popular Attracts
I Dry Goods Thousands
Store ONEPR1CEiO AL a Daily
ON SALE TODAY Saturday Economy ox SALE TODAY
GENTS FURNISHING ECONOMY r Sales in Our Cloak BOYS CLOTHING i ECONOMY
SWEoTEIt COATS 300 values In Oxford
gray wool coats either plain or trimmed with Overcoats
other colors sizes 34 to H ape 1 98 i Department 275 and 300 values for boys from 3
cial I today only at VII v YEars of age reefer automobile to 9
styles and other
tDEIlVEAn Heavy Standard Sanitary FleEce all Included special I
lined shirts and drawers In gray 43c 20 00 Street for rods + at only 193
a 500
or tan special At OVERCOATS
a choice I selection of
SIlk and wool Shirt and Drawers 300 values and fabrIcs special on iloseleCllon stYlEs
Dresses 9 45 coats today at 365
the most perfect fItting and neatly fInished h r
oC at all grades special for today SI98 9 d Suits
GLOVES 50c Wool Golf Gloves 35c 1 l S t r e e t dresses of 500 and values in kcOtlckerboeker Russian blouse
special at pair 4 other stYle all sirses I
fine broadcloth special at only 365
1 25 and some 1 60K Gloves In I tan colors yery SOO
gloves of good make perfect t values In all styles some of the
tilting special today at 51 OU 6 storm serge herring nobby sort for boys of all ages Qn very
from
2 i to 16
rNECKWEAII 50c values In new nIfty four bone and worsteds years special at oe
Inhands special at 37 f
on1 c mostly dark I shades I ON SALE TODAY I
ON SALE TODAY 1 I some are military 1 ef THE LARGEST AND HEAVIEST
Outing Flannel Skirts feets others wIth 14 she Gray Sheet Blankets
measure 72 x BO Inches
Regular 5c Grade nt 401 Dutch collar Posi value 300 at each P 188
Outing Flannel Skirts with deep buttonhole
stitch edged ruffle In all lengths made oC i I t1 rPly I worth > 000 ON SALE TODAY
best quality pink or blue striped or plain
white outing flannel best 75c 4Sc Today as long as 750 White Marseilles Bed Spreads
values today only at
r they last at Hemmed fringed scalloped and cut cornered
ox SALE TODAY II i one to a customer at
9 45 each oP 53
Ladies Union Suits a
ON SALE
03c and 75e Value nt nor TODAY
Ladies Natural Gray or White Jersey Ribbed 9 40c Quality White English Nainsook
Vnlon Suits In small and medium sizes reg 5 Chld
I
ren s 46
ular 65c and 75c grades to close 39c iIcpes wIde at
out today at a yard 22 C
01 SALE TODAY Coats 275 aE 7 a c9 ON SALE TODAY
LADIES CASHMERE GLOVES h t Go PIECES
nor 1 atae ot 2e Grouped here for y y a White English Lon g Cloth
Ladles Black Cashmere Gloves < with fancy a 45 inches wide J2 yards In each bolt
striped silk lining In all sizes a warm and qUICk seIIlllO are 0 value 400 at a bolt 5220
durable 60c grade on sale toda
n
25c 1
at children coats of ON SALE TODAY
a
OX SALE TODAY fine materials in 0 i Extra Large Bath Robe Blankets
Sizes front 8 to If I Ld Mea11Jre 72 x 92 inches newest designs
Kid Glove Sale III t 1 wanted color value 300 at every
The FOIIIOoR ot L00 years Xof aU colors i t each P 148
Ladles all desirable Fine 2Clasp colors Kid all sizes Gloves thIs In Is black out and 125 ill all sizes but 1 some ON SALE TODAY
glove equal to any 150 glove In this city t 1 r liOOO YAUDS
every pair warranted and fitted of each I Positively I
5100
the sale price I nay Kimono Flannels
worth i00Today I
Double width the best Arnold goods the hand
ON SALE TODA1 as long as they last sourest styles you ever saw value 11JI C
I special at yard 72
Infants 1 Silk and Wool Hose ti 2 7S 1
ON SALE TODAY
DES Goc GIlDE AT 3DI Iln a
Infants Silk and Wool Mixed extra fine quality 600 Seamless Bed Sheets
Hose In black white and colors the best
and prettiest SOc graLle on 39c t 21 yards long and 23 yards wide 58
sale today at 9 value S5c special at each C
h 75 C Chld ren S ON SALE TODAY
OX SALE TODAY T
Sale of Toilet Soap Dre sse s 2 9c BleachedOSh Flannel
1oc n lox 9
p 32 inches wide extra heav
heavy regular
Flue Toilet Soaps 3 bars In a box a great t l i v 15c special at a yard fal c
variety of standard lOc and J2ic a bar soaps Flannelette dresses for atON
all on sale at 3 RUtS IX A BOX 19c l ON SALE TODAY
for +
M children to 5
y Up years ty7ao S8OOXD 000
ON SALE TODAY PortIeres
pretty check designs in
Ladies Wool Hose t An endless variety of styles and not two alike
t blue and ink Positively manufacturers 1910 samples 480
REST 40e YAIIE AT 2 i I special lit a pair
Ladles black cashmere wool Hose plain or with i i worth i5e Today long
ribbed top all sizes belt 40c grade 2 j i I as b ON SALE TODAY
on ale today only c I Vas they last at
Misses Black Kid Shoes
ON SALE TODAY
A patent tip oak leather soles and round toes
Outing Flannel Skirts 29cA per ones pair 11i to 2 value 200 at 160
BEST 40c GUDE AT 2e i C
Ladles outing flannel Short Skirts In neat pink ON SALE TODAY
or blue stripes all lengths best 40c
grade today only 25c Childrens High Top Lace
ON SALE TODAY ON SALE TODAY School Shoes
Ruching Childrens Union Suits In calf or kid and extension soles sizes S3 to
mg H value 200 at per 155
JtEGUIAR 3Ge BOX FOR Sic l1 TO 75c GRADE AT J3c pair
Fancy box containing 6 neck lengths of pretty Chlldrens Jersey ribbed extra good quality
Uuchln all dIfferent pattern best 35c fleeced inlon Suits Ip pure white or natural OX SALE TODAY
value on Vale today at 19 C 75c gray each regular sale price price today according to size 43 up to Young Ladles KId Button Shoes
ON SALE TODAY all size C With extension soles and low heels sizes 21
to 6 value 225 at per 165
Childrens Golf Gloves pair
TONIGHT FROM 7 TO
DESI oe GRADE at lc > ON SALE TODAY
Fancy knitted fine wool Golf Gloves In red 9 OCLOCK
navy blue or brown all sizes best if Ladies Kid Shoes
25c grade on sale at 7C
r With extension or light soles Blucher cut and
ON SALE TODAY 5 0 0 i patent tip all sizes values up to 165
0 250 at per pair
Childrens Wool Hose i
se ox SALE TODAY
JtEGUIAIl 20c GRADE AT lae S treet I f i
I 1 i LADIES GOOD GnDE STORM RlU 65c
ChIldrens black i
wool Hose
with gray merino BEiLS with regular heel at pair
Eels and toes In all sizes regular
20c value on sale at pair 121 2 C LIHES OIUtGITEltS 6 buttons 35c
Sk firs i high at per pair
TONiGHT FROM 7 TO 9 OCLOCK TONIGHT FROM 7 TO 9 OCLOCK
40c Bleached 289
Table Linen I Sl c Cream Shaker Flannel
60 Inches wIde 3 yards to a customer
at a yard 22c Good weight close woven 12 yards to 5c
A very Ihnltell f customer at yard
quantity ot
TOXIGUI PUOJ 7 ro D OCIOC1i I
excelllnt dress I I TOIGUT I < nou 7 10 D 0101
lOc Amoskeag qpron Ginghams skirts panamn uf In nil black wool r 35c Laundry Bags
All size checks In blues and other colors limit navy gray anal
12 yards to a customer at brown full ndlh I One to a customer at Z1C
a yard 630 ltcrfeet 1nnLhnh I each
skirt worth I
IOXIGIJT P11011 7 TO 0 OCLOCit t5 oo Tonight i TOIGIJTFUO 710 D OCJOCli
for 2 hour I
150 White Sheet Blankets gu nt theII A i I 100 Dozen Hemmed Napkins
All white without borders 114 size t Heady for use 16 inch s square value Roc a
79c 289 = i Iezen 1 dozen to a customer at
1
paIr to a customer at a pair d z 44c
a
A private safe may De rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault ot the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 2Oo per year and upwards
1
TRIB t I Dentists Reliable Price S ItS I
Itenaonnbie
B to k
A guaranteed cure for the Liquor II lcst Work
an3 Tobacco Habits I DR ZIMMERMAN
PRICE 1250 1 234 MAIN ST
Set or Teeth best red rubber tt7no
Gold crowns 2K Otl
Bridge Work best aO0
Schramms Where the Cars Stop Gold Fillings SI00 1111
Silver Fillings Se
l
Sole 1 Agency
gency All work guaranteed 12 years
Painless Extraction Free with Plates
I
81E1s VB BEFOIUI s VlNO Established 184L y1i Ot1cu
I The Oldest and Largest
J C Watson Transfer Co I R G DUN CO
TU FpL WbLceat Yea RIg t GEORGE RUST General 14Ianat
I Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada
w Q Nataoa Manager I
Iat 1111 Bell uu Offices In ProgreClBuilding Salt Lak
I City
1
rl VISIT OUR
ELECTRICAL
I EXIIIBrr
At the Pure Food Show and
see all the latest heating
cooking and lighting appli
I
8nces
8ncesadies
Ladies should be sure to
I register in our grand fret
prize drawing Several
handsome and vnIuabl
przes gIven away
Look for the rocket sign
UTAH LIGHT AN D
RAILWAY COMPANY
I Electricity for Everything
SPERRY PRISONER
UNDER BIG STUMP
Bishops Son Pinned Down in
Mud for ThreeQuarters
of an Hour
While digging under the roots of a
large box elller tree In front of his
home at 1416 South Third East Thurs
day Ebb Sperry the 22yearold son
of Bishop Harrison Sperry was pinned
down into the mud by the sUpping ot
a prop and hp was badly hurt Tho
police station was notified and Dr G
M Benedict responded He stated that I
while the patient was In a serious con i
dition he expected him to recover i
The stump wblch Sperry was dIgging
out was about eight feet across the top
When thetcity paved the sidewalks on
Third East street during the summer
the I tree had to be cut down and one
I side of the stump cut away In order to
make room for the pavement
The contractors promised to remove
thE stump and leave the street clear
Since the stump which had become
dangerous to teams had not been re
moved Sperry started Thursday to dig
underneath the roots The side or the
stump had been propped up and Sperry
had succeeded in digging a hole about
four feet deep beneath the roots
When almost directly under the roots
the prop slipped and the entire weIght
of the stump was thrown upon his body
The fact that the mud was soft was
the only thing that Raved his life The
great weight of the tree forced his
body down several Inches Into the mud
His mouth and nose were sunk Into the
ground so far that a space had to be
dug out of the bank In order thai he
might breathe
Neighbors were rolled In and props I
were placed under the stump again I
and after threequarters of an hour it
was raised suffIciently to drag his body
from the hole
The straps of his boots were cut away
and thee with part of his trousers
were left In the hole held fast by the
mud and root When he was taken
into the house he was In a emlcon
s scioli condition He was given stimu
lants until Dr Benedict arrived
FRANK HANSON IS
HELD FOR ARSON 1
Former Postmaster Arrested
by Federal Officials While
Visiting Brother
Frank Hanson former postmaster at
Fillmore Millard county Utah was ar
flted by James H Anderson United
States marshal on the charge of having
broken into the buildIng occupied by the
postoffice at Fillmore and setting fire
to the place Hanson was Indicted by
the federal grand jury recently
Hanson was visiting his brother WIl
lard Hanson former county attorney
when arrested
Charles Baldwin United States com
missioner fixed his bond at 5000 whIch I
was furnished by Charles TWg and
Van D Spalding It Is said that he will
have to answer to charges of havIng
takel letters from the postoffice during
one of the two fires
The postoffice at Fillmore was burned
on September 7 1908 C D Lowe post
office Inspector made an Investigation
but no arrest was made The postoffice
was burned again on August 23 1909
together with a drug store and sus
picion fastened Itself upon Hanson The
ostofficc Inspector discovered facts
which caused the arrest
There have been other fires In M11
lard during the last year and suspicion
It Is said was directed against Hanson
in some of these Some time ago In
connection with another transaction a
search warrafit was obtained and In I
Hansons house letters are said to have
been found which were taken from the
postofficE l
LOCAL OFFICIAL
I IS AT THE COAST
cor I A Benton May Be Giv
ing Western Pacific Offi
cers Information
Colonel L A Benton city
passenger
agent of the Denver Rio Grande
railway Is prolonging his visit to Cali
fornia and although It was announced
that he was going to Los Angeles and
not to San Francisco railroad men be
lieve he will hardly return home with
out having visited the new general of I
fices of the Western Pacific In San
Francisco For a long time the selec
tion of general passenger agent for the
Vestern Pacific has settled on either
Colonel Benton or F A Vadlelgh of
Denver It is understood that Colonel
Benton declined the place and that Mrs
Vadlelgh has been chosen
Colonel Benton business In San
Francisco Is more likely to be In th >
capacity of adviser than anything else
No other official of the two roads Is so I
competent to make an estimate of the
probable passenger revenues of the two
roads for the next year
That the Western Pacific and Denver
Rio Grande will be practically one
system governed from San Francisco
Is the general opinion of railroad men
Connecting with the Missouri Pacific
at Pueblo and the abash at S1 Louis
the Goulds will have a transcontinental
system It connections at Plttsburg
and Toledo are not satisfactory the
Goulds now have plenty of ready money
to buy a road or two for they have
just sold the controlling Interest In the
Western Union Telegraph company for
enough to buy several railroads All
of Goulds officials know that for year s
he has been wanting a railroad from
the Atlantic to the Pacific and they
believe his desire Is about to be gnat
Wed
CANNOT USE MONEY
Lodger at City Jail Who Is Robbed I
Must Borrow Price of Meals I
J P Harrington aged Iii is spending
his nights In the lodging quarters at the I
city jail and his das In borrowing
enough money to secure his meals al I
though the police department has 30 In
cash and a silver watch and gold chain
belonging to Harrington Harrington
was robbed In CommercIal street last Sun j
day night
estcrday morning In police court Jo I
seph Novesa n Mexican pleaded not I
guilty to a charge of grand larceny he
having ben arrested wIth Harringtons
money and watch Ib his possession His
bond was fixed at 250 and his hearing
was set for December 22 Harrington will
be unable to obtain his money until aftelt I
the hearing

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