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IN THE ART GALLERY. LORIMER IS NOW ON TRIAL WILL FORTIFY CANAL FALL Diamonds per Carat 150 Committee Investigating Charges That Election of Illinois Senator Was Tainted With Bribery. Mr. Hayrick Mandy, this here cat logue says thet thet artist got $5,000 fer palntln' thet little picture. Mrs. Hayrick My gosh. Hiram! I wonder what on earth he'd charge fer palntln' a barn? 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Carter at a Nashville banquet was talking about campaign comrades. "Then there was Dash of Company "Dash bad the reputaA," be said. tion of being the nastiest tongued man the regiment. "It was Private Dash, you know, who, out foraging one evening on a rich estate, came accidentally upon the owner's wife, a grande dame In evening dress. "Dash asked her for food. She refused him. He asked again. But, still refusing, she walked away. "No," she said. "I'll give you nothing, trespassing like this; I'! give rou nothing. My mind Is made up." In itr " 'Made up. Is said Dash. 'Like en?" the rest of you, This price PRE8IDENT TO RECOMMEND AN APPROPRIATION FOR THAT PURPOSE IN MESSAGE. Chicago. Senator Julius C. Burrows of Michigan, chairman of the senate committee that was chosen to investigate the election of Senator William Lorimer of Illinois, arrived here on Monday, with others of the committee, for the purpose of Investigating the charges that the election of Lorimer was tainted with bribery. Among other things which will be determined Is what evidence will be asked for by the committee. The general Impression Is that much testimony will be declared admissible before the committee which in a criminal trial would be held incompetent. The investigating committee, which Is a of the senate on privileges and elections, is composed of the following senators: Chairman, Julius C. Burrows. Michigan, Republican; Welden B. Heyburn, Idaho, Re(Copyright It 10.) publican; Robert J. Gamble, South Dakota. Republican; William B. Dillingham, Vermont, Republican, whose place is to be taken by Morgan O. INSURGENCY Connecticut, Republican; Bulkley. James B. Frazler, Tennessee, Democrat; Thomas H. Paynter, Kentucky, Democrat, and Joseph F. Johnston, SPEAKER CANNON'S COURSE ENAlabama, Democrat. DORSED BY VOTERS AT THE To Help the Unemployed. ILLINOIS PRIMARIES. Paris. Former Premier Bourgeois in opening, on Monday, the first International conference on unemployment, announced that the purpose of the con- The Progressives Were Victorious In Three Out of Twenty-fiv- e Congresgress was to Investigate the scientific sional Districts. Boutell. Stand-Patte- r, cause of unemployment with the obDefeated. ject of organizing methods for conBesides serving human resources. discussing means of combating unemployment the delegates will attempt Chicago. Insurgents were victorious to establish a basis for a labor ex- in three out of twenty-livcongreschange between the city and country sional districts of Illinois in the pridistricts and between different coun- mary election Friday. tries. ReHenry S. Boutell, stand-patte- r who baB represented the publican, Heike. Months for Eight ninth, a Chicago district. In congress New York. Charles R. Heike, for- for twelve years, was defeated by or the and treasurer mer secretary Frederick H. GanSbergen, who conAmerican Sugar Refining company, ducted his campaign on an out and who has been called the "man higher out Gansbergen Insurgent platform. up" In tbe sugar trust, was sentenced was supported by the regular RepubIn the on Monday by Judge Martin lican organization. United States circuit court to serve In the eleventh district Colonel Ira York New in penithe eight months C. Copley, the first man In Illinois to tentiary on Blackwell's island and pay come out as an Insurgent candidate, a fine of $5,000 on conviction of con- won tbo Republican nomination over spiring to defraud the United States George W. Conn, who classed himself of government by the underweighlng as a progressive conservative. This sugar. eat now Is occupied by Howard M. Snapp, a stand-patter- . Fear Yellow Fever In Texas. John C. McKenzle secured the ReBeumont. Texas. That a sailor renomination In the thirteenth publican moved from tbe steamer D. R. Land. with which arrived Sunday at Sabine, district, after a spirited contest Reuben Both McKenzle R. Tiffany. Texas, from Tamplco, Mexico, has and Tiffany denied affiliation with the shown symptoms of yellow fever. Is , McKenzle making his asserted by State Health Officer as while Tifa campaign Brumby, who returned to Beaumont fany exhibited progressive, radical more slightly InMonday night, after conducting an views an called himself an Insurgent must Five Sabine. at days vestigation Speaker Joseph G. Cannon was reelapse before a definite diagnosis can nominated In the eighteenth district be possible and In the meantime the by a majority close to 6.000. He was vessel Is held In quarantine. opposed by Henry B. Down an Insurgent of his own city. Lands Closed to Homesteaders. priincluding Lands, Washington. Chicago Second City in Nation. vate tracts In the vicinity of the of The Washington. population Truckee-Carso- n Irrigation project In Chicago is 2. 183,2 S3, an Increase of to been which have opened Nevada, 4S6.T08. or 28.7 per cent, as compared entry, upon which entry or water with 1.C38.D75 In 130t. This announceright applications have not yet been ment gives Chicago rank In pnpiila-tlomade, will be closed to homesteaders as tbe second city of the United until further notice. In pursuance of Stau-- s and the fourth In the world. an order Issued Monday. This action has almost doubled Its popuwas taken pending th acquirement 01 Chicago lation since 18S0. when the figures additional water storage facilities. were l.fiS9.S.,0. ;a greatest growth during that teriod was between 1 Indians to the Rescue. and 1900. when there was an Increase Vancouver, B. C. The launch You of 54. 4 per cent. and 1. with a pleasure party of eight four young men and four girls was Cost of Living In France Increases. caught In a tide rip Just outside Vie In Ftsncp Paris. The cost of first narrows of Vancouver harbor and continues to rise, andliving Increased has overturned. Three of the party were by one third during the last drade. An Indian In a canoe res- The Restaurant drowned. Keepers association cued three of the girls and a launch of Paris has decided to raise the price picked up two of tbe young men. of vegetables and various meat dishes It Is explained that wine has become Careless Druggitt Causes Death. so expensive that the restaurants can Broken Bow, Neb. When Mrs. Etta no longer afford to serve cheap Morris, living near here, asked a drug dishes. The price of pot a toes, morestore clerk at Callaway for cream of over, has nearly doubled. tartar he sold her my mistake a quantity of tartaric emetic. She partook Nearly Drowned in Beer. of the drug and died tome bours afFort Wayne, Ind. A vat at a brewterwards In agony. The county prose- ery here collapsed while workmen cutor Is Investigating. were repairing Its foundation. The vat contained 18.000 gallons of her. Wat Determined to Wed. which poured through the streets. The Colo. That she workmen Glenwood Spring were In the rush and man of ber choice. were rescued caught might marry the with difficulty from Miss Olive Thomas a 20year1d elopThe beer found an outlet drowning. ing girl of Gunnison county, saddled In a sewer, showed a bead of over ber horse and rode twenty miles over three feet when It discharged "(he the hills and plains to Crystal, wnere suds" In the Maumee river. she met and married William McOlo-tben- . Suicide of Man on Trial for Murder. N. Ken-non- , Donophan, Mo. Thomas Lightning Wrecks Statue of Clay. who was on trial on the charge Lexington, Ky. Lightning struck of murder, left the court room Ss'iir-dathe statue of Henry Clay In the Lexand killed himself In his room In ington cemetery, shattering an arm hotel. He left a note which rrad: and leg of the figure. Tbe memorial Goodwas unveiled In July, and took the "Swearing lies has ruined me. to all my friends." Kennon was bye a of similar monument whlrh place with killing V. M. Hughes, a was struck by lightning in July. 1903. chsrged neighbor. He pleaded selfefense. Assassinated at Airdrome. Aeroplane Plunged Into Crowd. I.cts Angptes. Cal. Whil be was Milwaukee Wis. Eight ranns, five enjoying tbe moving pictures In a women and three men. were more or roofless "airdrome" here Monday less seriously Injured hll a Wright night. Rudolph Gastelum. a visitor aeropUne driven by Arthur Hoxey. from Calexioo, was mortally wounded swerved sidelong from Its course and by a bullet fired by some unknown. plunged Into a crowd before toe grand stand at the state fair here. Minister Was Toe Sporty. Because he Louisville, Ky. played Britons te Build Railroad in Bolivia. baseball and Indulged Is other sports la Paz, Bolizia The senate has apdistasteful to bis congregation. Rev. proved the concession granted a svn Arthur Brooks, pastor of the Metho- dicate of British capitalists for th dist church of Crestwood.'s suburb. construction of a railroad from tbe Ya hc bren forced to resign. cuuia river to 8nta Crux CHECKS e stand-patters- Foiled. He was very bashful and nlie tried to make It easy for Mm. They were (riving along the seashor and she became silent for a time. "What's the matter?" he asked. "O. I feel blue," she replied. "Nobody loves me and my hands are cold." "You should not say th.it," was his word of consolation, "for God loves you, and your mother lov' you. and you can Bit on your bands." Success Magazine. True Independence. alwsys find those who tblnk they know what la your duty better than you know It It Is easy In tbe world to live after lb world's opinion; It Is easy In solitude to live after our own; but tbe great man Is lie who. In tbe midst of the crowd, keeps, with perfect sweetness, the You will Kmerson. of solitude. Could Walt. "Why didn't you stay to ascertain how badly the man was Injured?" demanded the Judge. "Why," explained tbe chauffeur. "I knew I ro'ild find out from the dally papers " Wh-the yellow streak begins to work out of some people they have a fit of th blue. n Let Us Cook Your Breakfast! Serve Post Toasties with cream or milk and notice the family appetizing flavour of the pleasure finds in the crispness and this delightful food. "The Memory Lingers" Ba'.)! Co.. t.'4 OtI C"fk. it-- lor clear, perfect, absolutely flswleaa atones, ranging trom one to two Nmiilh-carats. nizci guaranteed perfect al U!5 per carat. When iheHe are gone there probably will be no more Now la the time to Invest In a diamond. And remember, that it IS an Investment. Value! will eontiuue on upward move. . la r Will Advise Appropriation of Two Mil lion Dollars to Begin Work of For- tifying Panama Canal, and Favors Building of More Bat- SALT .70 .IN T LASS CUV. UTAH tleships. BALLINGER WILL NOT Beverly, Mass. Before leaving Beverly for Boston Sunday night. President Taft announced that in his message to congress in December, he will recommend the appropriation of to begin the work of fortifying tbe Panama canal. Tbe president also will recommend to congress that provision be made for two new battleships of the dreadnought type. Mr. Taft does not believe that the economy plans should preclude the construction of at least two battleships a year until such time as the Panama canal Is completed. He believes the canal will have the effect of doubling the efficiency of the navy and that after It la in operation the building of new battleships can be cut down to one a year. The president will reach Washington next Sunday. The cabinet will oegin a series of dally meetings on the morning of Monday, the twenty-sixth- . Secretary Ballinger, It U said, will at tend all tbe meetings and so far as Beverly la Informed, tbe Ballinger case will not be taken up. Economy In administration in all RESIGN As Long as the President la Satisfied He Will Not Consult Wishes of Cabinet Members. - Secretary of the InBallinger on Sunday afternoon flatly denied tue report recently sent out from Washington, and supposedly based on an authoritative source, to the effect that he was hastening to the national capital to attend a meeting of the cabinet Septem ber 2G, and on three days ensuing, when he would put it up straight to Ills Republican colleagues to either sunlaln him or turn him down, and that he had determined In the event of being sustained by the other members of the cabinet to remain in office regardless of any pressure that might be brought to bear to force his resignation, but that If the beads of the other departments repudiated him. he would resign Instanter, accepting their Judgment aa final, without awaiting the report of the congressional Investigating committee. Secretary Ballinger said: "What I have said before along that line still stands. I will not resign as long as I I am sustained by tbe president. can't see what connection the otber members of the cabinet can have In this matter. Certainly I have never made any such suggestions, and I am ignorant of such a suggestion having been made by any other member of tbe cabinet. If such a suggestion has been made, which I am wholly disinclined to believe." Boise, Idaho. terior R. A. departments will be one of the many subjects considered by the cabinet Estimates for the coming fltical yeat also will be considered. The supreme court appointments will be considered with his cabinet advisers, although the president has announced that he will not make these appointments un til congress meets. The American Express 24 2 Hours to California 1 -- A new electric Two other fast through trains lor California leave Salt take City daily. AUUp. in. and ll:SU p. m. Art To Loa Anireles and return, 4fJ .PTV.UU .i.iiy HO. limited to O.'toli.-- r SI,ulj in. and Information at Ticket, Ticket Oltlre. HIS Main Street. City IS. Bell I'hone Independent lxt. A POSITIVE aad PER- MANENT CURE FOR Drunkenness and Opium Diseases. e. kt a pnr.l.l, u TWrs psklicitr, ae ickaMt. I.tdl trrtuj m THE KEELEY INkt tlwir STITUTE, JJ4 W. Sunk TsapU StrMt. SsM Uka Crtr. SAFETY LIES IN FLEET. Rear Admiral Evans Wants Ships tot the Pacific Coast. Portland, Ore. At the first ban quel of tbe newly organized Portland Press club, on Sunday, Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, U. S. N.. retired made the following plea for a fleet for tbe Pacific coast "I like this beautiful country ol yours; I like your farms and your cities and all that, but whenever I look out over tbe Pacific ocean I see what you want, and I want you men you newspaper men to see It from the right standpoint; you need sixteen battleships stationed on this coast with all the cruisers, torpedo boats ammunition boats and colliers that are necessary to go with them. That Is tbe only way that you people ol COAL STRIKE SETTLED. the Pacific coast can go to bed and of the great rest easy, rest care-freMiners In Southwestern Field Finally peril I won't say yellow peril, but Victorious in 8trvggle. green peril or any other peril, so at Kansas City. At a, maeting which to be Impartial." ended Sunday night, the representatives of the miners in the southwest- Club Accepts Lorimer'a Resignation ern field ratified tbe agreement made Chicago. The resignation of Sena with the operators and will resume tor William from the Hamll work at once. The contract as It now ton club of Chicago was accepted by stands is said to be a victory for the the board of directors at an executive miners. session Tuesday night which lasted According to the new agreement, the from 6 o'clock until midnight. The miners receive an increase of R.fi."i directors also adopted a resolution cents on day work, dead work and sustaining President John II. Batten yardage. They also receive an In- of the club In complying with the de crease of three cents a ton on shoot- mand of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt ing coal and an Increase of five cents that Senator lorimer be excluded a ton on long wall work. from the banquet which tbe club gave on September K CAN CONTROL LIQUOR TRAFFIC. to Colonel Roosevelt e lighted train composed rxchuiWely of Pullman Mandard and TouriKt HU'epera and lining Can, effective August th, will Leave Salt Lake City daily at 3:00 p. m. Arrive Lot Angrle (next day) 2:30 p. m. PHONOGRAPHS Get an EDISON PHONOGRAPH n easy terms $3 aash and SI per week. The Talking Machine Co. Stmt ... 128 State FOR EXPERT Sail Lake City KODAK FINISHING SEND TOUR WORK TO HIPI TDt aniraXBJ MAIN ST. ISI COMMfRCIM. SltLaeCit PHOIOGNaFHERS RUBBER STAMPS line Kuhber Type Outata and supphre In slock. Mall order prompt attentlfrti. ALT LAKK STAMP CO.. Salt Lak City rec-tv- e A Distinction. Does your husband Dolly com home late at night often? Sibyl No. dear. When he he'i always brought home. UTAH I IMPLEMENT-VEHICL- ii lo I j Stele CO. E Sue, Saa lata Laie City " - Tampa, Ha. While ported ike Oldest Congressman Dead. Kingwood. W. Va. James Clark McGrew. who claimed the distinction of the oldest congressman In the United States, died at bis home here Sunday In bis ninety-eightyear. He served. In the Forty-firs- t and Forty-seconcongresses, and was one of the fifty five Unionists In the famous Richmond convention who opposed the secession of Virginia. Florida. bring Mob Rule In Present Law in Utah Sufficient to Put Dive Out of Business. Salt City. That the city Council of each rity, the board of trustee of each town, and the board of county comnilsrioners of each county In the state of Utah have the power to re fuse to grant any or all applications made to tnetn to sell liquor, that their power Is absolute, and that no court can Interfere with them. Is the gist of a decision announced on Saturday by the supreme court of Utah, H.gh Hono. Paid Chinese Prince. San Frsnrlsro. Prince Tsal Hsuan. bead of the Imperial Chinese navy and uncle of the emperor of China, arrived here Monday on board the steamHe was received ship Manchuria. with royal honors, being met at Quarantine by the government tug Slocum, which was crowded with distinguished naval, military and civil officials in the county , Jail trans- Tuesday assess ; A FEW SPECIALTIES: Ar Potelo Diggm P. & O. Rm Pullen P.&O.PoteloDiggro P.AO.BfCUi Iroa JrwtJ Slon aad Rang Buikere CkJt Mills "Where the Goods are Good Goods" nicht. tiastenege Ficrarotta and An gela Albana prominent Italian who have been conspicuous in tho The Hobble Skirt. cigar strike bete, were taken from a to hnliitle and hurried "The sheriffs sktrt, the Jupe entra-vee- . deputy Is a very pretty and graceful new heavily wooded p'ace near by, and h'tnaed to the l:mb of a tree. They fashion, but It is rather Inconvenihad been arrested at 6 o'clock in the ent," still Miss Klh-Harrymore at evening by a deputy sheriff, charged a dinner In I'.rlstol, It. I. "This klrt Is exceedingly tteht with being accessories to the shoor from the knees down, but for that ing of J. F. Vasterling. a bookkeeper. mattf-r- . It Is tight all over. A young several days ago. woman In m of the hobble skirts Over Niagara in Motor Boat. came out of Sherry's on a spring afNiagara Falls. N. Y Captain Klaus ternoon and proceeded, with some diflirsen In his little motor boat, the ficulty, to entr her motor car. Ferro, laie Sunday afternoon, made "'What do you think of that skirl a successful trip from the foot of the a man who was ralne said to hi cataract through the whlrpool rapids companion. " 'It reminds me.' the nthr anto within a nil'e of fewiton. a dismiles. I tance of four and swered, 'of th bridge trains In tha the battering of the whirlpool rush hours. standing room only, and very IPtle of UiaL'" rapids. Itrsen went through safely but his boat was leaking badly at A Queer Cat. the finish and through the trip. "When are they to be married? "She doesn't know. She Is worried Shot by Rival. she is not quite sure of herbecause Texas Judge County Sequin. self." M. Wnrabacn of Ouadaloiipe county "That's a new one on me. I thought was shot, but not fatally wounded, by girl worried when she wasn't quit Adolph Seidetuann, a rival candidate asure of the man."- fjouistille Courier for the county Judgeship on the inde Journal. pendent ticket tu 1 one-hal- i f - Physician Grows Weary of Life. Boy Accidentally Killed. Great Falls. Mont. At Hinsdale, Qeaveland. O. Driven desperate by an Incurable disease, in, Hemley C. Mont., Frank, tbe six year-olson of Rittter, former superintendent of the R. H. Hardin, ws accidentally shot Columbus state hospital for ibe in- by an elder brother and died from the sane, and an International authority wound. Tbe older boy was examining on Insanity and nervous diseases, the gun when H went off. committed sulcile en Saturday, New Peers Appointed. Idahoan Drowned in Willamette. Lisbon King Mannel has appointPortland. Or It Is the belief of ed sixteen hew peers, all of them supthat the body taken front the porters of tbe present ministry. The Willamette river was thar of E. O king alo ha signed a decree of amKneess of Pocatello. Idaho, and that nesty to those who have given offense be was mordred to government through newspapers. d iee ; j Clean, Indeed. Mr. Flnick "I tell you. baseball Is the the world." Blanch- cleanst sport -, In all Mrs. Flnick "You're crsiy! Why didn't you Juot se that fellow they're cheering roll In tbe dirt at rery bssef He Was Front Missouri. "You're f h tramp that took my ?ake from tbe window this f.ni-n- . Didn't yon know btter than fhatf "Not thea. mum. That was bfora I ate It."