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12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 291909
W vE MONT FERRY IS
CHOICE OF COUNCil
Receives Majority of Votes for
President Caucus
of Members
BRANSFORD NOT PRESENT
MAYOR ATTENDED ONE CAUCUS
ONCE NEVER AGAIN
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W MONT FERRY
II Mo vill b tin next presi
li foft Ii ii
fitis w lit jsnii i I I I of a 1 caucus of
I I of 1 iii J < ni I party I members held
onday I t Uii i will Lie discussed with
< imi Hi matters I I at another cau
> later 11 ii wfk i when an effort will
mude IIMV all of t the councilmen
mi lit A I i i ministration I I present T R
i k l w hainuaa of the old caucus
miiitti tif the council but the new
iiimaii 11 as pot yet been selected
lgll if will likely be J B Moreton
IIW I I ierru L councilman from the
1 pn i I ii i
Ii y ul 1 1 1 11 S Itransford I was felt <
1 rcgu i I tho caucus iUt the mayor
ItlIl i > ij i in i diat Th < mayor walked
th tticus once url that was
uch l1at I once i was tlP i time the
lieaii fiiiv members ft the council
f < l i i mil Jim Devine for chief of
nit I 1 I i rinifiit when h 1 1 tries T Vail
talt i kc uddenly under a cloud
mi1 I i the firemens fund were
nvni I riiissiuii i The mayor attended
emu L which j unanimously agreed
11 De i n it though I partly against the
< I11IIn II He I mayor The mayor sent
i UK S IIlIltment i to th > council just
it Ih I iis for the coast on a short
a rs gum thing dropped The council
saw a Jiw and bright light and de
l d t ihiu Ivine l was not the man at all
the I P They tried l to get the
I r ti > nirtraw the appointment but
ins i h i v wire and thf appointment
ted > I > n W H Gloiv I was named
ti > > rst throwdown in years was
Mere1
at y > It first and lust caucus for
nr E iinl He ha atended none
at iitMhly I never again will al
v l1n I t i t > auKht in one So tha
I I a I MTS will nave to do their
l uiii I L wahout him
Effort to Retain Davis
u 1 ff11 j s been made by some of
t junn 1 i to have A J Davis re
I d 1 at iiint of that body Day
rulei uii a hand of iron for four
> v CUi held the councilmen In
Wi U he has been out of the
r fll only a few moments things
1 WI ig and it was turmoil in an in
if I lything of any importance was
i y idered He has held the office
1 wo < rms but says he is willing to
t i I igain if the council wants him
is o mow years to serve in the
I
ieved i the minority members
i 01 I 1 tiem will vote for Ferry and
no rinortty offering will be put up
a 1 < rifice in case the councilman
th ourth I desires to take it and is
11 i 1 med by the American party
irs The matter has practically
< or ded but some of the council
rtiers < Ii wondering where they will
1 i > n i committees and are wIth
Jg r t votes for that reason
nr i council will wind up its bus
iiy n next Monday for at that
the w council will be sworn in
< i 1 I iriittees will meet tonight to
np vouches A recess council
jug u > t held Thursday night and
lir lu odnrk Monday morning
th i is of I cleaning 1 np matters
c r fur i c < v r the city to the newly
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UTAH SPORTSMEN MAY
OBTAIN LICENSE EARLY
vlirtsmen t of Utah will be able to ob
+ u the 1 CIf for their hobby during
i yiar 1 ly 1 January 3 at the latest
> of Si t Luk may secure the 11
s b > I > > niber 31 and by January
SPOM i > i < > f all towns arid districts
iv iiir itL i 1 scramble to get into the
la
I t y io licenses were not ready
r suai < titil the latter part of April
vir I U t ehansc in the admnistra
n if t siite 1 fish and game com mis
ror 1 it 1iis s ason they are to be
< < ad 1 0 I 1 The license will he on
i t in il li Lake at the irious places
it tV were sold during the year
Ti i ann j 1 r I port if Cornniissioner Fred
tliani i will slmw thn approximate
ly iXlO V ic I Mild during 1 at 31 each
Kodak Finishing
Salt Lake t hoti Supply Co 177 Main K
Fullsi fprisht I Piano J140 spot
ish COIMI quick Fergus Coalter 23
Uft Fir SiiTh street
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Wan io help manage this
town
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New Year
Financial Plans
If you contemplate open
ing a new account or chang
ing your financial connec
tions at the beginning of the
new year we shall be
pleased to confer with you
concerning the facilities that
this company affords assur
ing to you those courtesies
and considerations which
your account deserves
Salt Lk
Security Trust
Company
32 Up Mal Street
Capital 1 30000000
10000000
Surplus t U
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I SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW I
AMONG the local news items in The HeraldRepublican yesterday whioh did not appear in the poor old
Ji forty years ago Tribune were the following of which the captions are reproduced
BIG DEAL IS MADE
IN FOURTH SOUTH
Brookbank and Bower Proper
ties Are Sold at a Price
Near 125000
BOUGHT FOR SPECULATION
FAITH IN REALTY VALUES IS
AGAIN SHOWN BY TWO FIRMS
SUCH FOR MR A I
TO CONTINUED
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Project Meaning Wealth to the
Farmers Is Tied for Lack
of Funds
LAND BOARD INTERESTED
NEPHI CITIZENS ARE PLANNING I
TO AID IN WORK
DRILLING FOR Oil
NEAR MI PLEASANT P
Government Expert Declares
Flow Will Be Heavy From I
Present Indications
fiRST fREIGHT ARRIVES
Full Train Comes in Over the West
ern Pacific Several Hours
Late
Removal Sale
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Big rrdurtions in wail paper and
riinrd jirtiiios btfor niovinp to our
u nt nw sttc I I
GJJO W EBERT CO 57 Main St t
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APPOINTMENTS ARE I I
MADE BY MAYOR I
City Engineers Office Is Only
One Not Filled as
Yet
POLITICIANS ARE GUESSING
BELIEF IS THAT A F DOREMUS
MAY LAND PLACE
I I
INSURGENTS WilL
PUT UP A TICKET
Spirit of Rivalry Is Being
I Stirred Up at Commer
I cial Club
ElECTRICAL MEN
SOON TO ORGANIZE
Eleven Representatives of Sup
ply Dealers Hold Meeting
at Commercial Club
WARNINGS BEING
SENT BROADCAST
Associated Carpenters Unions
Issue Poster for World
Wide Distribution
OTHERS TO FOLLOW LEAD
LABORING MEN TAKE REAL ES
TATE ASSOCIATION TO TASK
NO RADICAL CHANGE
IN WORKING RULES
Carpenters May Ask However
for Increase of Present
Wage Scale
PUBLIC TO BLAME
FOR COAL SHORTAGE
Failure to Place Orders During
Warm Weather Leads to
Difficulty
Sixty Little Tots Have
Time of Lives With Santa
PlAN MANY fEATURES
Utahs Exhibit of Sheep at Wool
Growers Convention Will
Be Winner
1171 f1 L 0
Why Cough i
Coopers Compound Syrup
of White Pine with Hore
hound Tamarac and Tar
will CURE your cold 50
cents a bottle
SchrammJohnson
Drugs
Successors to
I F C SchrammNnd F J Hill Drug
Cos > Stores
The Never ubstitutors
FOtll STORKS < jyTHDRE TIlE
OAKS
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HOliDAY TRAffiC GOOD
All Available Engines and Coaohes
Pressed Into Service on
Short Line
DENVER AND RETURN 2000
Via D R G Jan 2 3 6 7 10
Good Returning Until Jan 31
Account national apple show Fruit
Jobbers association and national live
stock show Stopovers allowed In both
directions
r > stii lying thr ads you may
tH > ablr to I implctr a larger gift
program than ever before j
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HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS
Via D R G Dec 23 24 25 31
Jan 1
One single fare for the round trip be
tween all stations In Utah Good re
turning until January 3
1T1ARK0F GU RJWftIi
When You Give
a Present
You first think of some
thing useful then something
ornamental You can give
both in a piece of jewelry
We can tell you how
Our guarantee makes
you certain
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i Unusual Style
Appeals to
Unusual People
q Thats why so many of the
best dressers all over Amer
j ica wear
Yf14 B iuiLQ2th
1tfed lejat lutt =
The styles are authoritative
t tMI The fabrics are carefully se
lected
The tailoring is wellnigh
perfect
18 to 40 for Suits and Cot
New tStoiv 245 South Main
ORPHEUM TICKETS GIVEN AW
BY THE HERALDREPUBLI
Somewhere in the classified columns of every issue of Tb HeraldK
publican will be found an order for two seats at the Orpheum theatre good
for either matinee or evening performance on date of issue The person whose
name appears in this order will please present a copy of the ad to The Her
aldRepublican office before 6 oclock today together with a positive identi
fication your last subscription receipt will do Read the classified adv r
tie rnents in fbf iGflP Porhin your name Ic there
TRIO IS FINED 25 EACH
Chris Nelson Rudy Uisalle and Ray
mond Johnson were each ordered to pay
fines of in Judge F M Bishops court
yesterday afternoon confessing that they
y had permitted Juveniles to take part in
games In their pool rooms
HOUOE FOR RENT FURNJSHTD
OR UNFURNISHED
Sixroom brick bungalow with bath
on northeast bet h Two car lines
Furnace hot water cement basement
and laundry with stationary tubs gai
electric lights All modern Cheap rent
to right parties Address H 6 Herald
Republican
PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS
The winning ntuatars of the prize thaw
ing contest held by the Peoples Cash De
partment store during the Christmas hol
idays are as follows First prize No
7661 second prize No 14863 third prize
No 1495 fourth price No 3936 and the
riftn and last prize No 8X2 Person lull
ing these numbers will plrae call n ii I L
tor < as soon as possible and iec r e ir 1 > i I
prizts
No matter what you
want it for there if an
Acme Quality
Paint
for your purpose the hMi for
the purpose ttO
CtTLMim PAIHT flbAM CO
IT Lest PINt 1Vtb
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Eat your noon and evening meals at
the new Cafeteria its growing pop
larity has necessitated the enlargement
of the dining room Its new Its con
venient Service excellent Food the
best and properly cooked Its fluei
The Annex 17 West South Temple
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TribuneReporter Printing Co
U West Second South Phones 711
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Do you kodak We flntsn and also sell
the supplies Salt Lake Photo Supply
Co iTT Main street
Removal Sal
Rig reductions In wall parr a
framed pictures before movine t or
t 2 C iM I r v store
CEO VP EBERT roo 57 Ma St
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TO MAKE FIGHT AT
THE CONVENTION
Utah Wool Growers Will Be
Asked to Stop Selling
to Buyers
Interests allied with the wool storage
warehouse in Chicago are said to be mak
ing plans for a great agitation at the
coming convention at Ogden in favor of
Utah woolgrowers using the warehouse
as against selling to buyers who arrive
on the ground several months before the
crop II cut and by boosting prices some
w uat enaeavor to put we warenouae out
of business by gutting all the wool in
sight
liuyers are generally willing and anx
ious to visit toe ranches ot large owners
of sheep ana pay nigh prices several
moninu belore cupping time but It u
said that tae aautii owner bad all sorl >
of trouble prior to the inauguration 01
uie warehouse system to lieU his wool
as the size of his crop often was so amau
tnat uuyers diu not ilunK it worth wmie
to visit him Under the warehouse sys
tem of storing the wool until the price
is satisfactory it la claimed that a great
aavaiitage it given woolgrowera and
utinuuau high pru LB were received for the
11 op last year had more woolgrowera
used the warehouse instead of soiling to
e aily buyers or middlemen it is claimed
Liiut even higher prices would have been
obtained for the crop
Northwestern Utah southern Idaho and
southwestern Wyoming whioh is the cen
ter of production of a high grade of
wool is said to be in favor of the ware
nuse idea and while the buyers by of
fering as high as 23V4 cents per pound
this year have induced a great many
Utah sheepmen to seLl early instead of
storing a great fight will be made at the
coming convention for better support of
the warehouse
THROWS STOVE SHAKER
AT WIFE WHILE ANGRY
Bert Rance pleaded guilty to throwing
an iron stove shaker at his wife in
Judge J M Bowmans court yesterday
morning and was bound over to the dis
trict court in the sum of 1000 In de
fault of the bond he was committed to
the county Jail Mrs Rance testified
that her husband not only threw the stove
shaker but threw her down on the floor
seised her tongue and threatened to pull
It out
NORA GLEASON SUFFERS
ATTACK OF LA GRIPPE
Miss Nora Gleason choir director and
organist at St Marys Catholic cathedral
Is at the Holy Cross hospital suffering
from an attack of la grippe of more than
ordinary severity Miss Gleason has been
working under a tremendous strain for
the last month in the preparation of the
music for the Christmas services in the
cathedral and when she had brought her
work to a close Sunday night with signal
success her physicians ordered her to the
hospital fearing a nervous breakdown
Misj Gleason is progressing favorably
and it is expected that she will be so far
recovered as to leave the hospital Friday
She will resume her studio work Monday
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CHILDREN ENJOY EVENING
Christmas Tree Celebration Is Held
at Phillips Church
Three hundred and fifty youngsters
with their parents packed Phillips Con
gregational church last night as they
gathered for the annual Christmas cele
bration
The church was beautifully decorated
and a glittering Christmas tree was the
center of attraction for the little ones
L H Page presided and a program of
solos choruses and recitations preceded
cltver jilayM Christmas Pranks
irrs ntii tiv Mi i H8 Fassell Robinson
I ai iw Ii Siniikin Kricson Wallace
I ik I ns aixl Kuder older girls of the
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Hen Sxuit Llnus u iLarcd and every
body was remembered The program I
closed with the appearance of Saint Nick
r A SALT LAKE BOOSTER 1 I
A product of Salt Lake enterprising
and progressive in his views Joseph J
Daynes Jr president of the Daynes
Beebe Music company has always been
known as a Salt Lake booster Mr
Daynes is a colonel on the staff of Gov
ernor William Spry and in that position I
takes great interest in the affairs of the
state and of Salt Lake I
The spirit of boost has been shown in i
the work of Mr Daynes during the past
year especially He was instrumental in
promoting the organization of the Daynes
Beebe Music company with a capital
sation of 250000 and by so doing showed
his faith in the increased business pos
sibUitles of Salt Lake That he believes i
in the substantial value of Salt Lake bus
iness property is shown by his purchase
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in conjunction with the firm of Ashton j
Jenkins of the HooperEldredge block
on Main street part of the lower floor of
which is occupied as a store by the i
DaynesBeebe Music company
I believe that the prospects for a
greater Salt Lake were never better j
said Mr Daynen yesterday It is evi 1
dent that the city is growing at a more j
rapid rate proportionatey than any
other city in the country I have trav
eled a great deal throughout the United
States and Europe and have never seen
a city that appeals to me as does Salt
Lake From a business standpoint it I
seems to me that there is no place where i I
there are greater openings especially for
the young man I
Salt Lake is not approaching any
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boom but the activity of the past year
is a steady legitimate growth that is
warranted from every point of view The
great amount of money that has been
put into magnificent buildings by con
servative investors seems to clinch this
statement
The great importance of Salt Lake as a
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JOSEPH J DAYNES JR
Jobbing 1 l i < > r IN i intiTinoiintain
country ilv 1 > < iming IMOIV mani
fest hi I i iftml 1 tillislinifnts t have
betn iju ik Lo but Uio onwittuuty pre
sented and have gone into the jobbing
business in all lines handled by a con
cern of the kind with dealers in Idaho
Nevada Wyoming and parts of Arizona
in addition o having a big trade in
Utah
IN PERfECT CONDITION
Revenue Collectors Office Here Is
Given Pine Compli
ment
E H Cal lister United States revenue
collectur for this district received a let
ter yesterday from the United States com
missioner of internal revenue concerning
the recent inspection of the local office
by the government inspectors The com
missioner states that the inspectors found
the revenue office here in excellent con
dition and that the showing was such
that it was given the rating of No1
this being the highest that any internal
revenue office ever receives and showing
that the inspectors found the local office
in perfect condition
In making this rating the commissioner
takes into consideration the efficiency of
the office the condition of the books the
returns made and everything that goes
in with the work of the office
UNIONS COMBINE
IN STRONG PROTEST
At Meeting Take Exception to
Action of Real Estate
Association
Committees representing the local
unions of the sheet metal workers iron
workers plasterers carpenters cement
workers and plumbers met yesterday to
make a combined protest against the
action of the Salt Lake Real Estate
association in advertising for laborers
and skilled workmen to come to Salt
Lake The afternoon hours were too
short for the full discussion of the
subject which called the cqnuniUees
together and the meeting will be con
tinued this morning at 11 oclock
At yesterdays meeting however it
was determined that the matter shall
be presented to Samuel Gompers with
the hope that he will take ome action
and announcements will also be sent
to all international bodies so that the
unions refutation of the Real Estate
associations request may be made in
all labor journals It was also agreed
that what the union considers as fire
will be met with fire and warnings in
the form of advertisements advising all
laborers to remain away from Salt
Lake will be placed in the magazines
both American and British which
carry the Real Estate associations ad
vertisements t
At the meeting today it is expected
that scae further action will be taken
and the general sentiment of the allied
unions promises a bitter fight directed
towards the Real Estate association
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PROGRAM IS OUT I
FOR BIG BANQUET
Eighth Annual Affair of Com
mercial Club Is to Be
Best Ever
W H KING TOASTMASTER
COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO AT
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The foregoing la the program so far
arranged for the eighth annual banquet
of the Commercial club to be held Jan
uary 15
At a meeting of the banquet committee
held yesterday the date toastmaster and
formal speeches with the speakers were
assigned and accepted
The further details of the banquet will
be left in the hands of the following se
lected committees
MenuC A Quigley J A Foley B L
Wertheimer Speakers Frank 8 Murphy
Matt Tnomas Junius Young Music and
decorationsTheodore Nystrom William
T Benson and R J Evans
The coming banquet promised win be
the most elaborate affair ever held by the
club three reasons inducing thisit will
be the last banquet in the old home there
are going to be something like 600 new
members who will participate in their
first club banquet and on account of the
distinguished guests who will be present
The former custom of each member be
ing permitted to invite a friend as a gue t
will be abolished on this occasion on ac
count of the increased membership and
the only guests will be tnosa of the club
Invitations will be sent to President Wil
liam H Taft who is an honorary mem
ber of the dub the governors of the
states of Colorado Wyoming Idaho and
Nevada and Col Walter S Scott and
< taff of the Fifteenth infantry tnlted
States army
armyTo
To Be lest Ever
Each committee promises the best
ever in its appointed duty A superb
menu with cqually uperb flonl decora
tive effects i promistu
The assign toasts are all of the ap
propriate nature and will intermingle the
serious with the fanciful Mr Dunnes
tale of the freight hurro after picking
on the plains of the Commercial club traf
fic bureau is likely to take well and Mr
Allisons experience as one of the 400 and
more who broke into the club under
the gentle persuasive leadership of the
membership committee in its endeavor to
F i ach the 1000 mark will prove interest
ing I
In its hour of gratification over success
the club will not forget the one who ac
complished so much for the club the
late Fisher S Harris secretary Before
felicitations are made the memory of the
missing spirit and life of the club will
tie recalled in a fitting triubute What
the club stands for today will be related
by Secretary Joseph E Caine and Utah
will be extolled by one of her favorite
sons Governor William Spry
The banquet Is scheduled to begin at 7
oclock sharp on the evening of Saturday
January 15 and it is announced from the
secretarys office that no reservations
will be made for seats at the table ex
cept for those who responded to the in
vitations sent out
INSURANCE COMPANY IS
VICTORIOUS IN SUIT
Judgment for 1800 was rendered by
Judge M L Ritchie in the district court
yesterday in favor of the Home Fire In
surance company of New York against
the Denver Rio Grande Railroad com
pany The suit was the result of a fire
several years ago in which buildings of
the Ute Copper company at Bingham were
destroyed through sparks from a Rio
Grande engine The fire insurance com
pany paid the loss of 1800 to the Ute
Copper company and then brought suit
against the railroad to recover the money
The case was settled yesterday
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JAPANESE GAMBLER
FATAllY WOUNDED
In Dying Condition Makes Will i
in Favor of White
Woman I
With a bullet wound through his chest
piercing vitals which would heal only un
der unusual circumstances K Okano the
Japanese gambler who was shot at 430
oclock yesterday morning by Vel Ma
gods while in a room at Vicks place 56
Orpheum avenue is not expected to live
He is at St Marks hospital
When attending physicians had warned
him that chances for recovery were only
slight Okano summoned an attorney and
made out his will It specifies that his
earthly possessions consist of 9706 depos
ited in the National Bank of the Republic
A sum of 300 of this amount is willed to
the aged father and mother of the dying
Jap over in Japan The remainder ot
the deposit deducting funeral expenses
will go to Flo Evelyn Roberta whom
Okano reers to in his will as his beat
friend E A Culbertson employed at the
National Bank of the Republic was made
administrator
The dispute which led to the shooting
was over the loan of a sum of 100 which
had bean demanded by Mageda who
claims that he has been a gambler in the
service of Okano and that Okano was
duty bound to him as the result of re
cent losses When Okano refused to loan
him the money Mageda shot him the
first bullet piercing the left upper arm
whilethe second entered the chest
S T Vickery proprietor of the Vicks
place lodging house says that between 4
and 5 oclock yesterday morning he heard
pistol leports from one of the rooms of
his hostelry Immediately rushing in the
direction of the disturbance he learned
that Okano who had occupied room 14
had been shot His assailant had dashed
into another room
Covered Jap With Revolver
I was not armed at the time says
Vickery and so I rushed down to the I
office called up the police and seized a
revolver I found Mageda attempting to
hide and I at once covered him with my I
revolver and held him at bay until the
arrival of the officers Mageda at once
admitted that he had hot Okano claim
ing that the latter had refused to loan
him money
Mageda repeated his confession to the
police claiming that he could not have
acted differently under the circum
stances He said that he had come to
BaIt Lake from Grand Junction about ten
days ago and hat ho had plenty of
money which had been lost in his service
as an assistant In various gambling enter
prises conducted by Okano
As a gambler among the Japanese ele
ment Okano has on various occasions had
trouble with his fellow countrymen Sev
eral months ago he was shot in the hand j
by a Jap known as Brother At an j
earlier date he was slashed in a cutting I
affray subsequent to accusations of
cheating Because little evidence could
be collected by the police no arrests were
made in either of the previous cases
VISITS MOTHER AFTER I
ABSENCE OF 21 YEARS
Enabled by the proceeds of several wise
Investments he has made recently to take
the trip P J Graham with his wife and
family left yesterday morning for Bos
ton where they will visit Mr Grahams
mother whom he has not seen tor the
past twentyone years The mother is
75 years of age
Mr Graham is the auditor of several
of the concerns in which Mr Newhouse
is Interested and has been in several va
rious kinds of business since he has been
away Fo several years It has been the
dearest wish of his heart to make a visit
to his mother but up until the present
he baa not been able to do so
He expects to be gone about three
he had
weeks but may stay longer as
made no definite plans when he left
FORSAKES SCHOOL
ROOM FOR ALTAR
This Young Woman Peda
gogue Believes in Teach
ers Convention of Two
It would hardly be considered sj prob
able that any of the learned pedagogue
of the Utah State Teachers association
gave a thought to romance when they
made the arrangements for the convert
tlon of that body in Salt Lake and
brought prominent speakers from all
pans of the country to add to the vast
fund of knowledge so evident in the
teachers of the state butread the story
Miss Emma Robinson Is a school
teacher at Bingham In the opinion of
the school children under her charge she
is not an ordinary school teacher end
events have shown that this opinion to
shared by at least one other sUss Rob
Inson like many another school teacher
in this fair stats packed up to come to
Halt Lake for the convention Coincident
with her departure from Blaghain
George Chandler Jr who by the wv is
the son of George Chandler of Binsham
who is known as one of the richest n jOn
In the town folded his tent like 111 < >
Arab and silently stole away for st
Lake Of course he wanted to attend t 118
convention of the school teachers vl
then there was no use waiting any i > <
ger so they were marric mtMrK
George Chandler jr and Miss Eim
Robinson
E E Dudley who is the princiril of
the public schools at Bingham will prob
ably have heard of this story betor this
falls under his eye and will also prob
ably have spent many hours won > l < nitf t
where he is going to get another school
teacher
There Is mUCh that savors of nwtory
In the wedding and apperentiy MISS Rb
In80n had not cousldrs d th siep
she did she
as gave no notice to the
prticipal of her Intention tensfe 11 her
position much less of any thought she
may or may not have had in the Way ur
matrimony Anybody can gueas why Mn
Chandler left BhiKhamif theres
doubt about i tbeing for a pleasure trip any
Details of what will happen in the waV
of honeymoon trips couJB not be learned
yesterday as the happy couple are bash
ful
AGED RESIDENT DIES
Samuel J Sudbury Succumb to At
tack of Pneumonia
Samuel J Subdury aged 80 died vea
terday morning at 5 oclock of PIIeum
lila at his home 911 seventh East street
after a short illness
Mr Sudbury was the father of four
teen children or
whom
w eleven are still
living and he is also survived by tir
five grandchildren His wife died ten
years ago
The burial will be held from the Twen
tyfirst ward chapel at 1 oclock Friday
afternoon Friends and relatives of the
deceased are invited to attend
INJURED HORSE 18 SHOT
As a result of a collision between a
wCon of te Palace Meat market and
a Third South street car early > esterdar
morning on Third South street between
Second and Third East streets the hors >
was so severely injured that he had to he
shot Dr A S Kendall
ended the ani
mals misery
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