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MONTANA PROGRESSIVES BOLT Third Term Party Spllti on Question Helena, Mont. The first session of Progres- sive party In Montana, held on Monday, was marked by a "bolt." Upon the completion of the temporary with OoorgA A. Horkan of f Forsyth as chairman, James A. of Dawson offered a resolution leolarlng the new party organized and renouncing all allegiance to other political organizations. The resolution was adopted without dissent. Later Joseph Griffin, chairman of the Met-cal- Silver Bow (Hutte) delegation, asked that the resolution be reconsidered, aylng that conditions were "peculiar" In Silver Bow county and that many of the delegates thought they should work with the Republican party In the primaries. He was ruled out of order. Joseph Voglor, another member of , the Silver Bow attempted to speak, but before he could begin B. "George Uygert of Silver Bow ehout-eto the chair that Voglor had announced that he "had quit the Chairman Horkan ruled that he was not entitle dto be heard. "He's talking to a question of per sonal privilege." shoulded Griffin. "Is this new pw'.y to bo born with a gag In its mouth?" Instantly the hall was In an uproar, several delegations clamoring for Amid the excitement recognition. ome one move a recess and the motion wan carried. Seven of the twelve Hutte delegates. Including Cha'rman Grlffen, did not return after the re- - were present from twenty-sof the thirty-oncounties. Sixteen delegates were elected to the national Progressive convention, each delegate to have one fourth of a vote. Deleg-ite- e IS )J J VtSV" cess. EMPEROR , e dele-Ration- ." JAPANESE After August 1st d delr-gatlon- even AGREE ON SUGAR 16 of Full Ticket, Seven Butte Delegates Leading Convention. the first convention of the Th Lawyer Knew. Wichita lawyer are yet talking about the way Wallace B. Raker, who was found guilty last week In the disOur address will be court of selling mortgaged propTARIFF REVISION trict erty, showed hi ignorance of marMain Street ried life. The prosecuting attorney We shall le glad to welcome was trying to show that Baker wasn't married. He asked Baker the followyou In our beautiful now store REPUBLICANS IN SENATE GET ing questions; "Did you ever send your wife any TOGETHER ON COMPROMISE dresses?" AND FINALLY PASS BILL. "Yes, I sent her four dresses." "What kind of dresses did you send SALT LAKE (.tit. UTltll her?" "I her' one sent good dress and The New Measure Reduce the Duty on Refined Product From $1.90 to three common dresses." "How much did you pay for the The trouble with a man who gets $1.60 and Abolishes the Dutch the reputation of being a wit Is that good dress, Mr. Baker?" Standard. ' he always insists on overdoing It. "Oh, I guess about $4.50." The lawyer put Mr. Raker down then and there as an unmarried man According to many millionaires, any nd a poor guesser. Topeka Capital. Washington. A Republican sugar man can become rich. But after look-lm- j tariff, the first purely Republican re at some of them, who wants to? Big and Little Religion. vision measure of the present conA foreign Thl story come from Australia, gress, wa adopted in the senate on prince say that American Saturday. Deserting their allies of where all conversation turns eventu- .girls are the prettiest In the world, the previous two days, the Republican ally to matter educational, becatwe and most of then admit It graciously. ltjBurgents, by an iron-claagreement the parent la painfully anxious that A New Yorker Is building a $3,000 with the regulars, succeeded In passing bis sons shall pass the standard which will free them from certain years of Idog house at Lenox, Mass. Possibly a tariff reduction bill which they President Tuft will sign. ullitary service. A visitor va8 con- afraid of some one klckin bis houn' The sugar bill was a compromise versing with his host's small eon and aroun". between the Lodge plan, indorsed by opened as a matter of course with the 1" ,'S-v2vH- --. ,1b, They have had Incubators In Egypt the regular Republicans, and the Bris-to- words: "Do you go to school." since the dawn of history. Tush! "Yes." bill, behind which the insurgents "And what do you loarn? Read- They never used the vacuum for a lined up. dog's fleas, anyway. It. would cut tbe present sugar duty ing, writing and sums." "Oh, yea, and I learn religion, too." of $1.90 to $1.60; would abolish the Civilization men when began "Religion?" Dutch standard, under which practiI learn "Yes. the slopped little worshipping evil spirit and religion, can no refined be Importcally sugar CITY OFFICIALS CHARGED AMERICANS ARE BEING ed; and would abolish tbe seven and a which teaches that we all come from commenced imbibing them.. Adam. But my elder brother is in a half per cent "refiners' differential," WITH ACCEPTING BRIBES DRIVEN FROM MEXICO an additional on refined duty sugar, higher class; he learns the big religA POSITIVE and PER. MANENT CUKE FOR whk'h, It is claimed, has accrued di- ion, and that teaches that we all came !rom monkeys." rectly to the profit of the rentier. Drunkenness a.oi The attitude of the bid a to DemoA Lesson in Fraction. In Chihuahua Eight Aldermen and Secretary of De- Colonist Being Dis- crat In finally supporting the RepubOpium Diseases. to Council Obtain troit TeacherConspired armed and Ordered to Get Out or Here, children, la a piece Tkm la m tatlicMr. M akliMM. influbill trttlri u is expected to have lican .n,.i.lT u i, it.,, ... mm. THE UtEUY INMoney From Railroad. Join the Rebel Army. ence with the Democrats of the house it moat; It I cut it In two, what shall STITUTE 1M W. Stmtk T...U Str. S.ll L.l. ClH t have? when the amended bill goes back Class Halves. there. The senate probably will name Teacher And If I cut the pieces He Needed It. Detroit. Eight alderman and the El Paso, Texas. Americans In Senators Penrose and Dodge, Repubin two, what do I get? igain comcommon council "Madam, this book which I am sellsecretary of the northern Mexico have been officially licans, and Simmons, Democrat, on Class Quarters. mittees were placed under arrest Frl notified by rebel commanders to give tho conference committee. ing will fairly take your breath away." Toucher And If I again do the "I don't need It, but you'd better day afternoon on charges of accept- up their arm and leave tha country. tame? THIRD PARTY IN UTAH. call on my husband and show it to ing bribes and conspiracy to accept a An only alternative Is to join the Class Eighths. bribe for their votos and Influence In rebel ranks and fight against the conhim." Teacher Good. If we continue In "You think he will purchase? the passage of a measure affecting stitutional government of the repub- Delegate Selected for Chicago A we tbe same have? shall what and way State Ticket Complete dollar down and" city property recently transferred to lic. Refugees from the Mormon colClana Sixteenths. Will be Named. "I am quite sure he will look upon the Wabash railroad. onies In Chihuahua are flocking to Teacher Very good. Let us cut it as Provo. I'tah. At the third party our At least sis other arrest of alder- tho border. . long felt want. He has tried pieces once more In two, what cloves and coffee and men are expected and It la alleged orange peel and That this Is but the, be Inning of convention heUI in this city on Satur- then shall we have. be ha yet to find something that i)l that $3,700 passed hands In .sums of a general movement to ula.um the day, a platform, was adopted which Dead silence. take his breath so far away that he from $10J to $1,000. Tbe bribery was many Americans remaining In north- attack tho old p.trt'es and laud ColoHowever, in tbe corner one pair of can fool me when he comes consummated and the arests accom- ern Chihuahua Is apparent. It is said nel Roosevelt, and It wa decided to eyes in after twinkled and one hand went up. plished under the personal supervision that the rebels plant to raid Madere. name complete state, congressional, Teacher Well, Johnny, what shall having had to work late at the office. of Detective William J. Burns. where the woodworking mills of the county, district and precinct tickets we have? He Knew Them. Pearson corporation are located, and In Utah. Eight delegates and eight ma'am. Johnnny Mincemeat, "Oh yes," said the pilot on tne Peak Slide Into Lake. this may bring trouble, a American alternates to the Chicago convention river "I have been pilotsteamboat, ' were named C. WaBh. to exThe Difference. Ellensberg, According lumberjacks employed there are boats up and down this river so ing Moroni ll'lner of Salt M. Snow, a sheep man of Teaneway, pected to light. It I known that tho Millie What Is tho difference beI know where every subwho has arrived here, the peak cap- Americans there are fortiflej with dairy and food commissioner, was tween a haunted house and you when long that merged rock and stump is." ping Mount Ingalls In the Cascade artillery, many rifles and ample am- elected national committeeman of the rou want to kiss me? Just then tbe boat struck a rock range, has been split by some seismic munition, with a high barbed wire National Progressive party. Iilllie Really, I don't know. a Jar. with K. Walton, disturbance and has been thrown Into fence, built for protective purposes, Wesley Millie Why. you stupid, you can't "There! that's one of them now," of the state land board, was elerted et a haunted house! the water of Icicle lake, a small but surrounding a barrack. he concluded. chairman of commit state the central feet water above of a 5,000 lumber also deep body Pearson, Chihuahua, j sea level. Snow declares the outline renter, contains many Americans a tee of tbe "third party." Millinery Evidence. The average mother' description of There ere about two hundred deleof the top of the mountain bas been well. husband any civic pride?" her son sometimes makes a girl won'Ha your at the convension. gates present changed completely. "I guess not. judging from the o'd der If Just one "redeeming vice" REGULARS ISSUE STATEMENT. bonnet he lets me go around wear- wouldn't make him seem more endurWin Striker Point. Governor General a Sick Man. Every able. ing." Detroit Free Prean. P.osfon. Tho of condne sirike the New Bedford, Mass. W. Cameron Declare Contests at Chicago Were motormen of tors and the lUiston Forbes, governor general of the PhiSettled Upon Their Merit. Railway company, which has lippine, Is reported seriously 111 on Washington. A tatement. approved lasted for fifty threo days and is estiNaahawena Island, where he has been nomhi by President Taft. defending mated to have cost $2.l i0.nio, was spending the summer. Three physicians have visited tbe Island to at- ination by the Chicago convention, ended Monday night, the striker winwa made public at the White House ning every point sought tend him. on Sunday. It review every conDock Workers' Strike Called Off. test , before the R"pn!)li jn national Call for Irrigation Congress. committee and the credentials comLondon. Thn strike committee on Salt City. The official call mittee of the convention and assort derlared ended lUu sr'ke at for the twentieth nemslon of the Na- that etoh contest was settled logically, Saturday whi-- h IxMidm dic; tb" Msrfjd lo tional Irrigation congress, which will upon It merits. The statement wa Bnd which ha cause I a'K.o- - ff'y .My b 30 held In Salt September submitted to the cabinet at a rerent thousand dixit workers an 1 lltefr to October 3. Is being sent out from meeting and received tbe approval of iti-- r to live In i starvat on for fen the headquarters in this city. the president' official family. v.fks. Work was resume I Monlzy hi-Is a lengthy is The taK'ment, document of 144 printed pags. Is a ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE GRANVILLE F0RTESQUE detailed denial of the charee that the is for renominatlon of President T.ifi was accomplished by the ceatin of fraudis of u'ni!y elected delegates to the con vent ion. GREEN APPLES DEAD. Con-ventl- Vas Hundred and Twenty-firs- t of Japan and Had Year. Reigned for Forty-fou- r Toklo. Mutsuhlto, for forty-fou- r years emporer of Japan, died at 12:43 o'clock Tin Bduy morning. Yohslto, lliiruna-Mlva- , reigns under the formula provided by the count it ution promulgated by Mutsutvto (the king Is dead, long live the king). Death was due to Bright' disease. Mutcuhito. who vm til 121st emperor of Japan, passed gently away. He bad been unconscious many hours prior to bis doath, and the empress. he crown prince and. the most prominent officials of the household and Kovernment, were at the bedside. ' now llaruko, dowager empress, yields to Princess Sadako, the young bo Is the mother of three empress. on. of whom the eldest Is Hirobito One Force .Victim to Kneel. City. Two masked, Into strode wearing desperadoes Willis Vincent's saloon in Midrale it 9:45 o'clock Monday night and, at the point of revolvers, forced the proprietor, porters and five patrons to kneel wi'h hands aloft while they robbed the safe, the cash drawer and the helpless letim. This pixkets of th-laccomplished, they retired, with caih and valuables valued at 3.4, through tho bark door whence they came, and escaped. Drowned. Many Excursionist Hinx. Germany. A iihocking rata, trophe causing the death of many German excursionist occurred Ssoday evening, nt this Baltic bathing resort. The landing iukc. which was crowded to Va utmost capacity during a concert Eiven by tho loral hand, collapsed and ''lite more than l0 person into tbe a. Twenty-onboii s h;ive been recovered Bandit Iake r . -- e ! Kle-vate- d Bathing at Saltair is w-ri- Refugees Reach American Soil. Pas-o- , " AmerTetas Nearly ican women and children, h.'nsry and lth fatiKtic an I fr;r. otn OMt lieie late Monday. Thr csme w ano'her M''lal train of refugee ftem the Mormon colonic in the ("as.is O.an'l'-- s diF'rict. ;o:i nilini ninth of 'he I n. ted Kla'rs holder at thl t.f ('A ! A f ' . .' -' t ' ' , 1 You owe it to your family and yourself to male at least one trip to SALTAIR during the year to ipend the day. A - 4 . U4H ' im tAySk. mt i X. Jj Former Senator Beveridg of Indi- an ha abandoned the Republican party to cast hie lot with the Pro- greeeJves, and will be temporary chairman of the new party' national convention In Ch!co. Engine Rolled Down Embankment Declares Thaw Insane. Bo'?. Idaho. Om man was k lied. White Plain. N. Y. Harry K even injured and 1 sheep were Thaw. In tbe e of the law. Mill killed when a stoc k train on the Idaho insane and mist remain In !t" ay-liiN'trthem ralirad was derailed where h was pla'd on February GufTey. The engine rolled down an 1. P1"'?. affording H the courts deembank mnt. cision. ,') n-- ar J If' X we.', - t Rowbaat Tipped, Girl Drowned. t , Salt 1V CVy Thrown Into the w;er of the laVe at by a sudden Pirrh of their boat, Mi Imma Cranvi.i Forttsqu ha resigned of Ozden. hi ' Young'j lis, ajd nineteen, with tn po'ten as droned S unday, whi'e her e- - Union at Washington in order to work (ort, Joe Monograrn, also of OgJen.j for the sweces of th n Prog'teeive as revued after he bad be ome tin party. He I a cousin of Colonel conscious. Rooeeveft. Six Kilted on Crossing. Trying to Match Celled Baser. Toledo. O Sit persons were kilVd mfth-nnkef.hieaeo Hi!!)" (;tr,n. f of leven miles north hre Fundiy for the Garden A'h)l" cluh of temoon when an tTwnir)4 M'trhijin n Paturlay nSered Jaik New Central train struck an S'ttomol .le. John- - York n f 2.f'' to f,ht J j die. The Cher may iTfl arfjdent tn t i in Mi'l'-o- i f.arden curbed on a erade rrots?ng vn dr. I j Sjldier Ordered to Coat Fie'd. Ccw at Catt'e Show. - J Nnt r.lnrs reftat-lni- inlst j 5 'n. n' ! So m . Hl.l lir.Vlt." Is n evrrlastineiy OttflHS. in. 'r j t'ill dikI emnt. fit moiuts Union Pcrtland Cement Co. f tt'it hiDl4 be, your unvarying rholre for ererv of roncf'li- - ronet ruct Inn. II Is fvfrr sets" It nlwnr uniform In I orf the ftr.riie gnt dcpenilMe.If l.ofl( "KKI trade ih I'KVll." mrk It's o' f.,r mire of the be.t cement T"ir oniil t in n i. vour f,f stlefntton. pr riir'tnie MitTuiucwfim. r !;t !. ' " "RedDoviP'r,? j Theatrical Man Suicide. Presidjnf ! f'harlesf;n. W. V -- (overn'.r Ol New Yotk Th body of a man , hia Prf s d'rt Taft has I'hilsdf on fiundiT fifdcel Aothfr I 1, s rlvef under th ' floating In th rif'e "Pa.i1in i on of the Vireiuta national Brooklyn bridge, by eatnn from Use in t' annnsf f,i' of h Wfyr.e,' fr the t eamp st (tiirirct firookiyn nsvy yard. FHdvy n'eM. vis fnTt n ?tirw ?:;n t Pa., to l!ie Piint Crek it f n to fro t f l identified later as that of Abraham Mount I 1'n . i D. Ilarru, a theatrical nan. . n.in tkg district. , e.nriloz Kemitu r 1 I kind" ttit roncr.t. tht tmatwMh "nr.lt frVIL" Jot "anymnt the kind tht 1'linB contractors, architect n fir all Cnncr't' barns anil ius r wocl wn'l brie piirpo Hirnrtur.R everywhere. Tl-faid are m. yield fireproof, rat and mouse Tnrt. will never ing unicr the severest atrmn. nt ttrrn I of Concrete You Should Build i ' t, I Trains from Salt Lake every 45 minutes Fare 25 cents v... r com-(at.ie- s 1 i Shank Candidate. In an lir"9S to Lil'ydaJe. N. Y. a large audenre here Suny Mayor Kamuel I Khtik of Indlanapili. h! rand'da' y for ivernor 1'rti-in- t of Indiana. Mayor Shank h work of markeMig proilnre dirert to the- conpittn-- In In Hanapoli nn'.inceTiien'. when he ma'Je th Miyor Shank Is a RepuhV-an- J fugitive Convict Slain Denver. Colo, Char let Morgan, an wag fhot by Policenra,pel man Hnry Parr In a rooming bouse here, in a duel wi'h Barr and three other ir'fioers, and Is reported dying " lh tountj boepHaL ...j. G'-or- JOitl!. f'i'ar Failed to Save Sister. Washington. Al'housrh her brother. bared hl ai m nd Th'tma Searles, ....... . . . lor ir.inv minuira pn'Mnr'i .i.hit- uw fusion of hi blood to hi dying s!ter. t Min Jan Rearle.tx-- re j of a, the Gordon sartifke M unavailing aid Miss Searles died Sunday at Provi lence hospital. Cm-grsma- n d Nevada Republicans Nominate Elector Ii"no, Nev At a eond f.ie convention of the Kepn'illran Nelson party held heir, Thomas of lieno, W. W. Booth of Tonoyah and W. M. McGill of Ely were nominated a Itepiihliran presidential electors for the s'ate of Nevaijj. largest west of Chicago. Dancing every afternoon and evening. attractions El involved. The water comfortably warm. The depth just right bathing. The new indoor pool one the big h e Sugar Frauds Settled. Washington Allied (iti:;ir frauds t Philadelphia under invcs'ls! inn by of the TrcMmir; MarY'a;i!;ti atid ACotney General WUlor ham lor he iat year have boen bjr the pajrornt of nearly a ;iMt'-- r of a niiliif.n dollar to the 1 n i t States lovmiPfD' by the 'jar refining the best in years. P,jjiI wifn rw VTA II.