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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MAY 291910 SECTION ONE
DECORATION DAY
PLANS COMPLETED
Various Grand Army Posts Is
te sue Notices Instructing
Members to Meet
PROGRAM AT FORT DOUGLAS
1 ORATIONS AND PATRIOTIC
SONGS WILL BE GIVEN
s Members of Maxwell McKean and
Oliver O Howard posts of the Grand
Army of the Republic will assemble
In Phillips Congregational church
Fifth South and Seventh East streets
j at 11 this morning and participate in
memorial services the principal fea
ture of which will be a sermon on the
soldier dead to be delivered by Rev
P A Slmpkin The choir will ping
The Battle Hymn of the Republic
by Julia Ward Howe who celebrated
her ninetyfirst birthday anniversary
Friday The service also will be at
tended by the Daughters of Veterans
In a body
u The Memorial day executive com
mittee consists of Captain Reuben
3 JS Oehler commander of Maxwell post
chairman Charles O Farnsworth
secretary W P Roe Commander
Theodore C Waltenspiel of McKean
post Rev Walter C Veazie Mrs Lu
cie E Norton president of Maxwell
Relief corps and Mrs Robert L Pat
terson president of McKean Relief
corps
S This committee has Issued the fol
1 lowing notice
Sif The Memorial day committee
urgently invites every one to attend
and participate in the exercises at Mt
Olivet cemetery at 11 a m Monday
I Slay 30 It is especially desirable
S that as many of the children of Salt
Lake as possible be present to culti
vate that spirit of patriotism that has
been in the past and may be again
S of such vital importance to the coun
try U
This evening Rev F B Short will
preach a memorial sermon In the
First Methodist church to which the
G A R members the Womens Relief
corps United Spanish War Veterans
S Sons of Veterans and the Daughters
c of Veterans have been invited
At City Cemetery
The Sons and Daughters of Vet
erans and auxiliary circles will meet
at the I O O F hall l in Postoffice
place at 3 this afternoon and will
S 55 go to the City cemetery where the
graves of veterans will be decorated
The G X R veterans and the Relief
S corps will meet at the L O O F hall
S In Postoffice place at 930 tomorrow
morning Accompanied by Helds
and Montgomerys bands and the High
sch ool firing squad they will march to
t Ftrst South and State streets They
Vill go to Mt Olivet cemetery where
S services will be held over the graves
of departed comrades The senior
t S vice department commander will be
S the presiding officer and the follow
ing Is the program arranged
S Selection America by the audi
ence and band oration Rev F B
Short vocal selection Miss Stella An
gell Gettysburg address H E Davey
nemorial exercises department offi I I
cers selection by the band memorial
exercises Womans Relief corps sa
S lute High school firing squad taps
S The sons and daughters and auxil
iary circles will mee at the I O O F
ball on Postoffice place at 730 tomor
row morning Escorted by All Hal
lows band and firing sanad they will
go to Fort Douglas where they will
he met by the post band and the Span
S ishAmerican war veterans and taken
to the Fort Douglas cemetery where
the graves of the departed soldiers
I will be decorated and appropriate ex
ercises held
S Howard Posts Xotlce
The following notice has been is
S sued by the Oliver 0 Howard post
Members of the Oliver 0 Howard
post the Sons and Daughters of Vet
trans and the Reynolds circle G A
S R will assemble promptly at the G
S A R hill Postoflice place to take
S the car at 730 a m May 30 to pro
ceed to Fort Douglas to there deco
rate the graves of the heroes who lie
In the cemetery at the fort You are
urged to be prompt as the car will
Tint wait for you but will leave at
730 a m for the fort
The members of the Musicians Fed
eration local will meet either at Helds
or Montgomerys headquarters at 930
S sharp tomorrow morning and go to
S the Odd Fellows hall where they
will accompany the veterans to the
street cars which will be boarded at
S Main and First South street for Mt
Olivet
h The orator of the day at Fort Doug
S las will be Chaplain Harry L Bur
gess Frederick Woodman comman I I
der of William Fitzgerald camp Xo 3
United Spanish War Veterans will bo
In charge of the exercises at the fort
The members of William Fitzgerald
camp will assemble at machine gun
S platoon quarters at 8 oclock a m
Monday to receive Reynolds circle
Ladies of the Grand Army of the Re
C public The Fifteenth United States
infantry band will head the parade
lo the post cemetery where the graves
will be adorned with flags and flowers
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Easywhen an account is opened in
this institution for we invite de
posits from one dollar upwards
Pleasantbecause tho amount will
I constantly grow not only as a re
sult ofthe additions you make
I thereto from time to time but
also from the fact that twice a
year we add to It 4 per cent in
terest per annum
Wisebecause it assists you to accu
mulate a fund that will protect
you against future needs or mis
fortunes and enable you to take
advantage of money making op
portunities
Your account is cordially Invited
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Jchn Farnngton the liveryman has
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phones 273
TIifXARKOP f AGU RANru1
President Taft has to
wear a
COLLAR BUTTON
but he does not wear
better than the ones we
sell
Better ones cannot be
made than ours and
the price we ask is not
much more than is
asked for the cheaper
kind
Ours are made in one
piece and cant break
Gold or gold filled
t LAX cuz
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Our Store Will be
CLOSED
All Day Monday
Decoration Day I
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PROMPTLY AT 8 A M
>
TUESDA Y
Our Mammoth Sale
Will Start in Full Blast
I
ORPHEUM TICKETS filVEN AM A Y
I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN
Somtwhere In the classified columnr C t very leaue I of The HeraldBo
publican will be found an order for two ueata at the Orjheum 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 oday together with a positive Identi
fication your last subscription receipt will do Read the classified adver
tisements in this Issue Perhaps your name la there
TribuneReporter Printing Co
66 West Second South Phones 718
6room home on 10th E on easy
payments Just like rent Addison
Cain either phone
A Little Advice
to June Brides
Dont jeopardize the hon
eymoon happiness Ly try
ing to use poor coal l
Let the Blue Wagon
bring it
i WESTERN FUEL
COMPANY
Crltchlotv Fischer t Kittle
Cable Address Wesfnco
PHONES TJO 73 MAIN STREET
COMMERCIAL CLUBS
FIGHT FOR PEOPLE
Bulletin Shows Absurdity of
Some Claims Made by
Railroad Men
EARNINGS ARE INCREASING
WAGE ADDITIONS ARE MERE
MOIETY OF NET INCOME
Under the heading Coal Rates Must
Come Down the Salt Lake Commercial
club has opened a line of exploitation
and Investigation in its fight for
freightrate reduction ina bulletin
which It has issued setting forth the
Increases In the earnings of tho va
rious roads The bulletin says
The earnings of the railroads chiefly
concerned In the traffic of Utah still
continue their steady upward flight
as may be seen from the following
statement of Increase against the cor
responding period of the last preced
ing fiscal year The Increases shown
are for the period July 1 1909 to April
1 1910 being nine months of the cur
rent fiscal year
Railroad Increase
A T S F 7710800
C B Q 7156282
C N W 5644765
C M St P 2681069
c R I P 3664062
Denver Rio Grande 2186571
Illinois Central 3050200
Southern Pacific o 10627423
Union Pacific 8455285
Notwithstanding the continuous vast
increases in earnings the railroads are
still flooding the country with their
carefully prepared literature with its
adroitly Incomplete and misleading
statements In the endeavor to induce
the people to submit to further ad
vances In rates
The humorous side of one feature
of that class of work Is illustrated In
the apparently extemporaneous inter
views with certain railroad executives
who have been induced to reluctantly
say something and which something
always Is to the effect that rates must
be advanced because the wages of the
men have been advanced that socalled
experts who are brazen enough to ac
cept employment by the people and
dare to cause trouble for the railroads
by performing their duties to their new
employers are an annoying set and
should not be encouraged in their dis
agreeable work
Induced to say something Is good
when It Is commonly understood that
such well known executives have never
been known to keep their mouths shut
on any of their peculiar corporation
grievances whenever given opportunity
to open them also when It Is known
that the extemporaneous interviews
are carefully studied out written In
advance and duly sent to the press of
the country through their always ac
tive publicity bureaus The advance
In wages of say to the extent of one
dollar never conceded excepting when
absolutely forced Is considered by
these Ingenious executives a very
plausible excuse or pretext In the at
tempted justification of such proposed
advances in rates as will bring to the
railroads a hundred times as much
money in the amount of Increased traf
fic revenues If actually accomplished
INVITES EMINENT MEN
Teachers Aisoclatlon Asks Xotcd Edu
cators to Sp hk at Convention
la December
The Physical Basis of Education
and Industrial Education will be the
two chief topics for discussion at the
next meeting of the Utah Teachers
ssoclatlon and noted educators will
be engaged tj lead this discussion
This part of the program for the meet
ing of teachers was discussed at
length at a meeting of the executive
committee of the association held In
the office of the city superintendent
of schools yesterday afternoon
The annual convention will be held
at Salt Lake Dec 2S to 30 and It Is
expected that 1000 school trustees and
at least 2000 teachers will be present
To lead the discussion on the physi
cal basis of education the association
will invite Dr John Mason Tyler of
I Amherst college Dr Nicholas Murray
Butler president of Columbia uni
versity will be Invited to speak on
industrial education In the event that
Dr Butler cannot accept the commit
tee will ask Dr John R Cook of the
State Normal school of Illinois to speak
on this subject
A special feature of the next con
vention wiil be the attendance of El
mer E Brown United States commis
sioner of education who will deliver an
address to the school trustees II I I
ARRANGE A FAREWELL
FOR FREDERICK D MUIR
A farewell entertainment in honor
of Frederick D Muir who leaves soon
on a mission to the northwestern
states will be given at Whitney hall
I Tuesday evening The following pro
gram will be rendered
Violin sOlO B Morris Young Jr
song Gladys Williams piano duet
Spencer Clawson Jr and Dorril Ev
ans tenor solo Oscar A Kirkham
recitation Zannie Cannon Irvine so
prano solo Edith Grant duet soprano
and baritone Calm as the Night
Goetze Irene Kelly and Melvin Pet
erson
PARENTS CLASSES OF
ENSIGN STAKE TO MEET
The parents classes of the Ensign
stake will be addressed this morning
at 10 oclock by the following speakers
Eleventh ward W W Riter
TwelfthThirteenth ward Dr Tyn
dallEighteenth
Eighteenth ward H A Smith
Twentieth ward Bishop Heber C
Iverson
Twentyfirst ward Oscar Van Cott
Twentyseventh ward W E Ry
dalch
PRESIDENT GUINAN TO
ATTEND CHURCH FETE
President J J Gulnan of All Hallows
college will start for New Orleans in
about two weeks where he will take
a prominent part In the services at
tendant upon the consecration jubilee
of St Marys church The jubilee will
last about six weeks and will be
marked by the presence of noted Ro
man Catholic dignitaries from all over
the United States including Cardinal
Gibbons Apostolic Delegate Falconlo
and Archbishop Ireland of St Paul
BAKER SCHOOL COiOfEXCEMEXT
I The Baker School of Oratory held
Its commencement exerciser last
Thursday completing tlie work of one
of the most successful years in its his
tory The speeches dramatic sketches
and readings reflected thorough train
ing and careful study and the work
done by pupils who have owrcome
stammering and stuttering was re
markable
t
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Big Mans Pugilistic Conceit
Taken Out of Him by a Stranger
A LMOST everyshade of blue from
ALMOST
c1 indigo to sky with a fringe of
royal purple and a dash of green
this conspicuous conglomerate of col
ors adorns the eyes of O S PIrkey a
telegraph operator for the Western
Union who lives at the Cooper room
ing house 176 West South Temple
street
Behind the unusual color that looms
up like an aurora borealis about the
eyes is a good story Behind the eyes
is lingering pain
Pirkey was on the way from the
Western Union to his room Friday
night and was making for the hay
with quickened tread when at the
intersection of West Temple and
South Temple streets he was ap
proached by a stranger Now it hap
pens that Pirkey Is some tall and some
broadshouldered and he modestly
admits that at one time he was a
boxer of no inferior ability He also
says that under ordinary conditions
he can lick almost any man his size
and a great many men who
are big
ger Wherefore he is some fighter
The stranger unafraid at the sub
stantial proportions of Pirkey said
Gonabuyadrink
Pirkey not to affect surprise at so
strange a greeting from a stranger at
an hour so close to midnight started
to tell said stranger that said lan
guage was hardly becoming a gentle
man inviting himself to have a drink
at the expense of another stranger
Then something happened
The stranger hit Pirkey in the
stomach doubled him up and then
taking advantage of a man without
wind pasted him first in the left eye
then in the right eye and to make
the Job complete welted him on the
nose Under this shower of blows
Pirkey took the count and while he
was taking It the stranger was taking
something else towit seven immense
dollars from the trousers pockets of
the prostrate Pirkey The telegraph
operator awoke some indefinite length
of time later still seeing a cloud of
fists whic he swears were encased
in brass lucks Tenderly two
friends helped him to bed and he
emerged yesterday with the rainbow
lamps
1 thought I was some fighter said
Pirkey but that guy was the fastest
I ever saw
Pirkey didnt report the matter to
the police for his thoughts turned
only to hay but in the light of more
recent reflection he wishes the police
to patrol West South Temple street
each night when he goes off shift
POSTMASTERS TO HOlD I
SEVENTH ANNU l MEET
onvention Will Take Place at Ogden
This Year and Hitchcock
May Appear
The seventh annual convention of
the Utah State Postmasters associa
tion will be held at Ogden July S and
9 and among the speakers will be
Senators Reed Smoot and George
Sutherland and Congressman Joseph
Howell together with representative
of the postmaster general These
things were decided upon yes
terday at a meeting of the executive
committee of the association held in
the office of Postmaster Arthur L
Tnomas
Present at the meeting were the
following members of the executive
committee A L Thomas Salt Lake
James Clove Provo Joseph Odell
Logan C H Roberts Bingham S W
Ross Lehi W W Wilson Sandy
The association is composed of
about 300 postmasters in Utah and is
devoted to the advancement of postal
service ID the state It Is purely non
partisan and matters discussed at the
annual meetings are calculated to im
prove the service throughout the en
tire state
While the convention is being held
at Ogden July 8 and 9 other conven
tions of postmasters will be held in
other western states at about that
time The California meeting will be
held earlier in July Other states are
arranging their schedule so as to have
one convention follow another in or
der that a representative from the de
partment of the postmaster general
may make up an itinerary and attend
all of them
An effort is afoot to have Postmas
ter General Frank Hitchcock come to
Utah and if the schedule of conven
tions can be so arranged it is likely
that he will make a tour of the west
during the summer and meet Uncle
Sams representatives who are under
his Immediate Jurisdiction
SALT LAKER1INS BRIDE
Ervin S Armstrong Married In Los
Anjjfcles to Miss Katherine
Graves Society Girl
A wedding of considerable local in
terest took place in Los Angeles yes
terday when Miss Katherine Graves
daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Graves I
of Alhambra and Ervin S Armstrong
of Salt Lake were married at the
Church of Our Savior Rev Benjamin
Hartley the Episcopal clergyman of
ficiating
The guests included only the imme
diate relatives and because of a re
cent bereavement in the brides family
the event was marked by simplicity
Mr and Mrs Armstrong left imme
diately after the ceremony for an ex
tended eastern trip after which it is
expected they will return to make
their home in Salt Lake
Mrs Armstrong is prominent in Los
Angeles society and her father is a
well known banker of the city Mr
Armstrong has a wide circle of friends
in Salt Lake While in the city he
made his home with the 00 J Salis
bury family at 574 East First South
street
II
MARRIAGE LICENCES
CIrrello DeCurto and Luigia Paslni
Salt Lake
Frederick Arthur Richards West
Jordan and Sarah Lucinda Tuttle
Bountiful
August S Wilckin and Mary L Pat
ten Salt Lake
Charles H Camp Los Angeles and
Bertha A Landall Elsinore
Victor E Mumford and Kate B Neff
East Mill Creek
Frederick Whitewell and Vivian R
Puryear Portland
Joseph S Cram Big Hole Mont and
Ada Merritt Salt Lake
STUDENTS MUST KNOV
MORE TO BE DOCTORS
Higher Literary Requirements Will
Be Exacted Before Embryo
Medicos Can Matriculate
Medical students of the University of
Utah completed their work for the year
yesterday afternoon and the coming
week will straighten up thfclr affairs
for the summer semester The past
year has been the most successful year
in the history of the medical chol
The attendance was almost 50 par cent
larger than than any other year and
the prospects are tnat the next bear
will see a still greater Increase Be
ginning with the coming year a two
qears college course in addition to the
regular four years of Hjgn acnool vorK
will be required of all students be
fore they will be permitted to take the
medical course
In addition to the change in the re
quirements for the coming yeir there
will also be one of tlje biggest changes
the medical schoof has ever had Dr
John Sundwall who has been at the
head of tne department of anatomy sid
dean of the medical school will leave
for Europe to complete his study The
successor to Dr Sundwall in the de
partment of aiaatomy has not vet been
appointed The deans position will be
left in the Joint control of Professor
George M Marshall and President J
T Kingabury until Dean Byron Cum
mings returns from Europe
John Z Brown assistant professor
of physiology will leave the school the
coming week to complete his work at
Chicago During his absence he will
do work at the University of Chicago
Rush Medical college Northwestern
Medical college and will also do some
post graduate work in some of the
other large eastern schools Before re
turning to the university he will secure
his degree of doctor of medicine The
place in physiology will be filled dur
ing the coming year by H A MontelL
Ph D in physiology from the Uni
versity of Illinois During the summer
semester Perry G Snow a holder of
an M A degree from the University
of Utah will have charge of the work
In physiology R E Cloward will be
assistant to Mr Snow aa Mr Mantell
In the department p
lETS CONTAGION SPREAD
Mother of Scarlet Fever Patient Re
fuses to Get Doctor Sister
Keeps on Working
Investigation of the report of a case
of scarlet fever at 48 East Fifth South
street by Dr H B Sprague assistant
health commissioner yesterday re
vealed that Tene Scoville 10 years old
had been suffering from the disease for
more than a week and her mother who
is said to be a Christian Scientist had
called no physician In the meantime
another daughter has been employed
daily in a downtown office The home
was placed In quarantine despite the
strenuous objection of Mrs Jennie Sco
ville the girls mother
Two cases of smallpox were reported
yesterday at 72Z West First South
street and Chester Clark and Clark
Clark were quarantined in the home
The weekly report of the city board
of health shows 35 cases of contagious
diseases reported during the week as
compared with 29 cases last week and
41 cases for the corresponding week of
last year Scarlet fever heads the list
for the week with 17 new cases There
were five cases of smallpox and four
of measles with no newcases of diph
theria or typhoid fever
The report shows that Salt Lakes
population Is still growing to the ex
tent of 48 births boys leading by a
score of 31 to 17 There were 1
deaths
a
DAVIES LOSES HIS SUIT
Judge ainriliall Instructs Jury to Re
turn Verdict Asnlnst Him
W R Davies yesterday lost his suit
for 10500 damages against the Union
Pacific Coal company of which he for
merly was an employe Judge John
A Marshall In the federal court In
structed the jury to return a verdict
In favor of the defendant Davies suit
was to recover for injuries alleged to
have been sustained by an explosion
of coal damp while he was working
for the coal company The jury was
dismissed for the term I
TWO SPILL WITH TONNEAU
Auto Hits Rut and Rear Part Divorces
Itself in Street
To lose the tonneau of an automo
bile and its two occupants was the ex
perience last night of Kenneth Grier
who was driving his machine east in
Twelfth S uth street W Childs and
a friend sat in the back of the car
while Mr Grieif and another friend
were in front Speeding along the
street near Third East the car struck
a rut bounced and then parted the
tonneau being left in the street Although
hough the two occupants of the back
seat were badly jarred neither vas
hurt Mr Grier recently bought the
machine from Ernest Rolland
FILES BANKRUPTCY IETITIOX
John A Giles of Garfield flied a pe
tition in federal court yesterday ask
ing that he be adjudged a bankrupt
Giles whos a merchant declares he
owes 51237189 and that his assets
are only 6320 of which he claims
1200 Is exempt
TAX ASSESSMENTS
CAUSE FEW KICKS
Board of Equalization Will
Have Less Work Than
for Years
Less work for the board of equaliza
tion in adjusting complaints this year
than In any of the last six years Is
the prediction of W A Latham county
assessor who says that there have been
less than a dozen preliminary com
plaints since the valuation notices were
sent out two keeks ago by the coun
ty treasurer
This statement is made despite the
fact that the assessed valuation of
property in Salt Lake has been in
creased from 48147677 in 1909 to 53
748377 in 1910 This increase of 5
600700 does not take Into account the
probable increase of several hundred
thousand dollars which will be made
by the board of equalization In the as
sessed valuation of the public service
corporations which are doing business
In Salt Lake county Last year the
corporations were assessed about 54
OOOUOU and it Is possible that It may
be raised to nearly 45uOOOi for 1310
The assessed valuation of property
In Salt Lake county this year is 66
713416 as compared with 60422613
for 1909 In raising the valuation there
has been no strict percentage increase
put in effect this year but each case
has been considered separately
In city real estate the valuations
have been notably increased in State
street where real estate has been sell
ing at an advance of 25 to 50 per cent
over prices a year or so ago There
has also been an increase in valuations
in the vicinity of Third West street
which is becoming known as the ware
house district of the city and where
property has advanced in value at a
rapid rate during the last few months
Farm property southeast of the city
has also come in for a decided in
crease some parcels showing an ad
vance of 100 per cent in the assessed
valuation
The law provides that the board of
equalization shall meet the first Mon
day in June and as often thereafter
as is necessary to complete the hear
ing of complaints Usually the pre
liminary complaints begin pouring into
the county auditors office the day aft
er the valuation notices are mailed by
the county treasurer but this feature
has been lacking this year One rea
son for the few complaints Is that the
county auditor has been able to get
competent help In making up the ex
tra office force necessary to complete
the assessment rolls and the county
treasurers force has been such that in
copying the assessments and sending
out the 70000 notices there have been
remarkably few clerical errors of any
kind
It is estimated that the Increase in
valuation of city property In the last
year will result in an Increase In the
citys income of 72800 figuring on a
basis of 13 mills which was the rate
last year
NEWSON EXONERATED
Man Charged With Stealing Current
Is Discharged by Jury In
Police Court
The possibility of actually stealing
electricity of which Charles Newson
638 West Third North street was ex
onerated In the criminal division of the
city court Friday has brought forth an
interesting controversy among attor
neys
Newson was charged with tampering
with a switch leading Into a meter of
the Utah Light Railway company
at his residence so that the meter
could only register a portion of the
current used He was alleged to have
defrauded the company out of 10
worth of electricity by this method
However the prosecution attempted
to explain tcr Judge J M Bowman that
the 10 represented material evidence
Judge Bowman asked the prosecution
If it wished to take that stand It
replied that such was the attitude
whereupon Judge Bownian discontin
ued further hearing and Burned the case
into the hands of the jury with In
structions to bring in a verdict of not
guilty
MILFORD TOWNSITE LOTS
ARE SELLING RAPIDLY
Lots in the new town of Milford
Beaver county are selling rapidly ac
cording to representatives of B F
Walling Co owners of the townsite
The sale of 51 lots were recorded last
week Prices hae almost doubled in
two weeks Several lots which could
have been bought for 200 ten days
ago brought 400 last Wednesday Con
tracts will shortly be let for grading
paving and curbing Arrangements
are also being made for the putting in
of the new water system Plans are
being consummated as rapidly as pos
sible for the expenditure of 1000000
in Irrigation projects
WILL GIVE OPERETTA
Under the auspices of the childrens
entertainment committee an operetta
will be given June 2 at the Third
Ward entitled Enchanted Wood
The play will he undjr th direction of
Olive Woolley There will be thirty
children in the cast non of whom are
over 16 years of age
WIZARDS WARDS TO MEET
The Wards of the Wizards of the
Wasatch will hold a meeting at the
Commercial club Tuesday night at 8
oclock to make arrangements for
their celebration to be held July 24
SCOLD FARMER F AFTER
AUTO SMASHES WAGON
Impertinent Party of Motorists Add
Abuse to Grievance of Ranch
man Whoss Rig Was Damaged
Heaping abuse upon Andrew An
derson a ranchman of the Big Cotton
wood after they had smashed his
wagon into kindling wood with a big
red automobile at Thirteenth South
and State streets shortly after 10
oclock last night a party of autoists
dashed away and shaking their fists
at him dared him to report the acci
dent to authorities
The police claim they have a clue
to the owner of the machine and say
that unless he calls at police head
quarters today and offers to pay for
the farmers wagon and apologize
they will take steps to prosecute
I was hurled from the seat of my
wagon and narrowly escaped strik
ing my head against a stone says
Anderson My wagon was complete
ly demolished and my horse received
cuts about the flanks The collision
swung the automobile to one side and
it stopped in the middle of the street
Before I could get up the chauffeur
leaped out of the car cranked the
machine and drove off I believe that
there were three others In the car
They heaped abuse on me and made
many threats
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GREAT CIRCUS COMING
Bnrnum Bailey Will Show at Walk
ers Field Arriving Aug 7
and Staying Two Days
Announcement of the coming of Bar
num Bailey to Salt aLke was made
yesterday The great circus will ap
pear at Walkers field and the only
thing wrong with the announcement
from the viewpoint of the Juvenile is
that the circus wont be here until
Aug 7 and 8 This circus began its
season at the Madison Square garden
New York March 24 and the engage
ment there was the most remarkable
in the history of that citys amusement
affairs The papers without excep
tion declared the performance the best
In every particular ever seen in the
garden and the 4000000 people of the
metropolis were amazed by the new
and brilliant parade The program Is
remarkable for its thrilling feats
There are no less than seven surefire
thrillers There are 400 artists and 125
big acts After a brief stay In the far
east the show will move direct for the
west bringing the same complete or
ganization seen at Madison Square
garden
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
NOT LET MANAGER QUIT
James Grisenthwait manager of the
Commercial club is in the peculiar at
titude of being unable to quit his po
sition for the reason that the club has
declined to accept his resignation Mr
Grisenthwait will leave for Yellow I
stone park in a few days for his fith
season at the resort Instead of ac
cepting his resignation the club grant
ed him a leave of absance on the con
dition that he will return in the flI
and resume his duties He has re
ceived an invitation from Mrs Henry
Addison Alexander to attend the mar
riage of her daughter Eleanor Butler
to Theodore Roosevelt jr in New
York on June 20 Owing to his en
gagements in Yellowstone park he will
be obliged to decline the wedding invi
tation
CONJOINT MUTUALS TO
GIVE A GOOD PROGRAM
The following program will be ren
dered under the auspices of the Con
joint Mutuals of the Second ward at
630 this evening Singing Oh Hov
Lovely Was the Morning prayer
quartet Singers Today of the Birth
of a Prophet by Flossie Blggrn
Lena B Davis John Robinson and R
H Siddoway address Josephs First
Prayer Willard Done solo Joseph 1
Smith John Robinson singing We
Thank Thee Oh God for a Prophet I
congregation j
SALT lAKE ROUTE WilL
OPEN ABOUT JUNE 10
Repair Work Progresses So Much
More Favorably That Date is
Moved Ahead
Through passenger trains between
Los Angeles and Salt Lake will be In
operation over the Salt Lake Route
by June 10 possibly soojer It appears
very likely that through freight will
be moved as early as June 7
To be sure the managmpnt an
nounced several days ago that
through traffic would be resumed
June 15 but repair work on the
washed out track between Caliente
and Moapa has progressed so rapidly
In the past week as to justify the an
nouncement that the road will be open
within ten days
The engineering department yester
day notified the operating department
that the road would be ready to be 9
turned over June 5 All offices of the
road which have been closed since the
road was washed out on the first of
the year have been reopened and em
ployes in all departments who have
been laid off have been instructed to
report for duty June 1
It Is understood that no attempt
will be made to change the time of the
resumption of the Los Angeles limited
It has been arranged to have this train
leave Chicago June 12 and Los An
geles June 14 Under the schedule
this train will make the run from Chi
cago to Los Angeles in sixtyeight
hours and twentyfive minutes The
run from Chicago to Salt Lake will be
made In fortytwo hours and twenty
five minutes
0
WEY TO JOIN GREETERS
Proprietor of Wilson Hotel Will At
tend Meeting in Jcnver
Frew Wey proprietor of the Wilson
hotel will with Mrs Wey atteftd the
meeting of hotel miii in Denver next
morth when the National Association
of Greeters will be formed Mr and
Mrs Wey will leave Salt Lako next
Wednesday witn Albert Jamison Ar
rd1 of the Linden hotel and ther del
egates from the local Hotel Clerks
association wnicn was organized week
before last The hotel clerks were not
able to get together for a second
meeting last week but will meet next
Tuesday night probrbly at the Linden
for the selection of another delegate
to Denver The national convention
will last through June 2 3 and 4
after which the delegates will go to
Colorado Springs for a three days
celebration At the Tuesday night
meeting of the local association James
Venable of the Wilson will be elect
ei president

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