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PAGE 2 IE LEHI-flUN. iWuTAH, Wednesday, December 29 ,
GERMANS 10 GROSS
I THE GRE BORDER
H HOLIDAY LULL IN WORLD WAR
BBB LIKELY FIRST TO DE BROKEN
BAB ON THE BALKAN FRONT.
BBB Guarantees Demanded of Central
BBB Powers by Greek Government
BBB Germans Assure Serbians They
H Wfll Respect Nationality.
B London. DIspatchos from the contl-
M nent predict that tlio holiday lull will
B first bo broken on tlio Balkan front,
B whoro 0 rook observers bollovo tho
B central powers aro preparing a hugo
H army for oporatlonB directed against ,
BBB tho entente.
BBB Whether thin will tako tho form of
B en actual attack on Salonlki, or
H merely nn advanco Into Oreeco for J
ssssl i.l ilm i
tho purpose or seizing buhu-biu ,
1 fonslvo positions Is a mattor of kg?
M Bpoculatlon In Athens. Jfin'
H According to ono correspondo"
M Greek government has d"jjf ,T:
B cidod not to permit tho on fnth?
B entente to penetrate Grctorrltory,
H Zoss the central PowoJjaUfactor.
B Uy guarantee that Oroj?rrltory will
BBB not bo endangered. JF
According to discos from e Ser-
Wan source, thormans havo ostab
BBl llshod a prdvlaI ovornmont at
B Nlsh, withdraws" all tho Bulgarian
H and Austrlajftroop8 and ending Bui
B garian-Aun interference In tho ad
B BiinUtrai ot Serbian affairs. It is
B added proclamations havo been
B issus45nB0Unc'nK tnat tn0 Germans
B wmlr86 Serbian nationality.
BBV .M ' tno moBt Interesting of tho
BBv imports came through Athons to the
BB jfmttocl that on Friday German artlllory
flYJ jCb Lako Dolron, about forty mlloa
BBJ JEf aortlrwost of Ballnlkl, was shelling
Lifl jv' -til0 AnKlorronch linos in Greok
BH . Macedonia, whleh tho allies aro con
BH ,'' tlnulag to fortify. This might easily
BH jjt'fr mean that tho lookod for advanco by
flBawv 'orcOB ' tno oontral powers
fr against tho allied base at Salonlki was
BB about to begin.
fl' Tho Montenegrin official communl-
cation atatos that the Austriana arc
B intrenching on a front botween Mon-
BB tcnogro and Serbia, -which British ob-
Bfl eorvors tako to mean a pauso in the
BB activo Austran campaign against the
BB little mountain country, presumably to
BB eaablo the Austrian forces to bo
BB turned ta more pressing matters on
h omer rronts.
BM, Paris reported the Christmas eve
BTjTj oferaUosa along the western front as
BbBLk. ' -HOt olBJf, Important e-HOUgh tQYrtx.-w4r
mining operations', In which" tho'Cfof-
Br- mao blow up works whloh wero under
B construction in front of tholr lines.
Bfl In tho Dardanelles tho TurklBh guns
Bfl tiavo boon busy and according to Con-
stantlnoplo, havo dono considerable
execution recently against tho allies'
trenches and linos of communication.
In Porsla, tho Hussions aro declared
BB to havo sevoroly damagod the Persian
BB .Insurgents in a battlo twonty-flvo
BB 7)ilea from Toboran. Along tho Ilus-
Bl in front ltBolf tho fighting, accord-
Bl 'Hto Borlln, has boon limited to pa
BB A Mlotua has bocn put on tho talk
BB ' V0 arnlan Poaco campaign
H " Jf0"1 zlch by tho loparturo from
BB wwioPrlHco von Buolow and
. ,s D&s NcreUri08, of which much
, fca Hrd In tho ontoate pross
H during ino pfct few jayB
SPEND FUrtlouGHS AT HOME.
Thousands of Mu from Trenchee
Bfl Celebrate Chrlm at Home.
lxndon. Tho pcoio f London
spent Christmas in doprcBslng at
I mospboro of fog and rjn, Tho city
was filled with soldlors.jnany thou.
H Bands of mqd-stalned vovrans from
tho tronchou having recoil a short
J holiday loavo.
Tho last of thoso men onriough
arrived at tho London tormliy na
J lato as midday, having been doyed
by a rough passago across tho Ojan
I nol, which loft many of them flm
! palo and mlaorablo wheu thoy roachev
a Tho groat charitable institutions'
BJ colobratod tho day with tremendous
energy. Thoro was amplo provision
BJ for lonosomo soldlora, both homo and
Bj colonial, for tho wounded, for prison
Bj era and intorncd aliens, and for tho
B wives and famllloB of tho mon at tho
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NEGR0E8 8TEAL HALF MILLION.
B Drivers of Mall Wagon Succumb to
B Washington, Pol. rivo hundred
thousand dollars n stock certificates
and chocks, stolen fiom a registered
B mall pouch whllo it was in transit In
B a wagon from tho Wilmington post
BJ ' oflco to tho Pennsylvania railroad
station Christmas ovo, wero found late
Saturday night in an old stove at the
homo of two nogroes who were drlv
I Ing tho vehlclo.
D Four Enalnemen Killed.
I Danvlllo, 111. Pour onginomon wor,o
Q killed In a head-on collision near Voo-
dorBburjr, Ind., between an eastbound
Clover Loaf pa88engor train and a
wostbound freight train. Nono of the
'- passengera wero Injured.
Wages Are Increased,
Now York Ilotween 6.000 and 7,000
mployees of the Brooklyn Rapid
Transit compai.y recelvod a Christ
mas gift from the company in thf I
B Shape of an annual wage increan.
M, totaUug f250,iwj I
ATTEMPT MADE TO LYNCH y
NEGROE8 AT MU8K0GE
Jail Door Is Battered Doy Attack-
Ing Force, But Ov ,and
Firm and Bf Back
Muskogee, of"oma. Whllo a mob
of several lMf"rei1 "lcn surrounded
tho county' 'oro Sunday night
thrcatonli0 lynch two negroes ac
cused (paying a patrolman, 200
armed jJ'Kroos kept silent guard in tho
undpjush of a vacant lot across mo
str with tho announced intention
jrjspening flro to rcBcuo tho accused
6n should tho mob obtain custody of
Company P of tho Oklnhoma nation
al guard, which waB called out when
tho mob assumed serious proportions,
and which repulsed two assaults on
tho Jail, waited with fixed bayonets
nnd rifles loadod with ball cartridges
for another attack.
Ono of tho repulsed attacks resulted
In tho battering down ot tho Jail door,
but tho mon in tho forefront of tho
mob, carrying n p)eco of railroad rull
as a battering ram, wero driven back
boforo thoy could get Inside.
To add to tho complicated situation,
It was rumored that a posso of Cho
rokco Indlons had organized at Tnhlo
quah nnd started for Muskogee 25
miles away, determined to avongo tho
slaying of their follow tribesman, Sam
Neal, tho patrolman whom tho two no
grooa, Wm. Green and Mathls Fore
man, nro accused ot killing whllo re
Whllo tho mob still watted boforo
tho Jail near midnlcht, tho two no
grooo wero dressed In tho uniforms of
militiamen and hurried 'c-ut a rear
door. Under heavy guard, thoy wore
taken safely around tho inob to tho
outskirts of tho city, whero automo
bllos wero wnlttng to carry them to
another city, presumably Tulsa.
Later, when It was announced to
tho mob that Green, tho negro accusod
of killing Neal, had bocn taken away,
ww MU)IV PUIS (jUIUili
PLAN UNION OF AMERICA8.
Second Pan-American Sclentlflo Con
gress Opens at Capital.
Washington. Pan-Americonlsra, tho
union of tho two Americas In 8clen,unc
JLdeavors, trndo expansion and cop
orallonor national ibattcrmonMAas
tho koynoto sounded 'by tlio hundAds
of dolegatcs arriving in Washington
for tho thirteen-day session of tlio ieo
ond Pan-American Scientific congress
which opened Monday.
President Wilson, Vico President
Marshall, Secrotary of Stato Lansing,
diplomatic head's of twenty-one Latin
American countries, noted scientists,
Jurists and otlior learned mon ot th
republics -will tako part In the proceed
Ings. ""About 1.G00 dologates represent
ing ovory flold ot sclentlflo effort will
&t "ind tho various sessions.
Chlcagoan Dies From New Disease,
Chicago. Eugono M. Bumphrey, a
lawyer, Is dead at his homo hero of
what physicians term potromortls, or
tutomobllo gas poisoning. According
to physicians, It Ja tlio first fatal caso
In Chicago from that causo.
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Congressman Edy, Y. Webb ot
North Carolina, as o,arman of the
house Judiciary commlfcee, helped the
cause of woman suffrage tho extent
of granting a hoarlng on Vbe 8usan 3,
Anthony amendment, befor his committee.
Despondent Doctor 8ulcld8.
San Francisco. Evading tho vntch
fulnoss of physicians and nuratu in
tho Buona Vista sanitarium, Dr. Cvry
Rico Montgomery of Columbus, Ohio,
blow out his brains nt tho hospital.
Ho had grown despondent.
Record Shipment of Foodstuffs,
Now York. Shlpmonts of footistuifs
Into Bolgliim during December aro d(
tlared by tho American commission
r relief in Belgium to havo ostnb
I I iiod a roconl jinparallolod In tho his
y of philanthropy,
FORO QUITS PARTY
SAILS FOR ROME
HEALTH OF MULTI-MILLIONAIRE
8HATTERED BY 8EVERE AT
TACK OF INFLUENZA.
Leavo Chrlstlanla Without Knowing
Their Leader Has Deserted Them;
S. 8. McClure and Governor
Hanna to Continue Alone.
London Henry Ford, leader of tho
peaco mission that loft Now York
City on December i, to ond tho war
In Europo, on Thursday abandoned
tho mombors of his party, according
to a Central News dispatch from
A statoment sent out by tho agency
was that Mr. Ford, broken by Ulo ap
parent falluro of his mission, had so
cretly loft for Bergen, upon tho west
coast of Norway, to go aboard tho
steamship Bergonsfjord of tho Nor
wegian lino, sailing for Now York.
This announcomont tvob at flrst dis
puted by anothor news agency, -which
Bent out a dlBpatch that Mr. Ford had
gono to Stockholm by train, but later
advices soeom to agree that his des
tination was Bergen.
Tho reason for Mr. Ford's depar
ture is dual, according to thoso ;U!b
ptchos, AUo.iaa.bfleB; suffarlsc f m
a sovoro Vttack or fnfluonza, nndftls
overwrought norvous '"condition has
contributed to tho gravity of his 111
Jioaa. HJs physicians advlsod com
The other roport was that his dis
appointment at tho reception in Nor
way convlncod him that his peace
mission was a falluro and ho there
fore abandoned it
8EVEN MEET DEATH IN STORM.
East Visited by One of Worst Storms
In Years, ,
Now York. Ono of tho worst storms
tho east has soon In many years
rjn, hall and Bnow, accompanied by
thunder anil lightning and a gale that
reached a maximum velocity of ninety
miles an hour descended from tho
northwest early Sunday as the after
math of a Christmas fog. It indirect
ly caused soven deaths In this vicin
ity, carried down tolcgraph -wires,
damaged shipping, crippled railroad
traffic' and caused consldorablo prop
FATHER 8HOOT8 LOVER.
Young Man Had Shot at Sweetheart
arid Drew Father's Fire.
Molena, Co. RoftiBcd n farowoll
kiss by MIbs Ida Hcaton at C o'clock
Sunday morning nftor sho had told
him sho Intended to postpono tholr
wedding, which had boon announcod
for next Wednesday, Levi Strlbbllng
shot nt tho girl, but missod. Miss Hca
ton ran into her homo nnd Strlbbllng
followed. Ho waa met by tho girl's
fathor, who thot him dead as ho was
again trylngito Bhoot Miss Hcaton.
FRICK MAKES CHILDREN HAPPY.
Guarantees Repayment of Funds Lost
by Oank Failure.
Pittsburg. Joy provnlled in tho
hoartB of Pittsburg school chlldron Fri
day na a result of tho announcement
by H. C. Frlck, millionaire coal mag
nate, that ho will, pay in full as a
Christmas gift all tho accounts of tho
41,000 children depositors in tho Pitts
burg Bank for Sayings, which was
closed horo on Wednosday by order
of tho stato department of banking.
The doposits amount to jl67.13G.68
and payment will bo mado In cash Just
as soon as the necessary arrange
ments can bo 'oraploted, which will
probably hg, about January 3.
Fired on by Submarine.
Now York Tho Greok stoamor Io
nnnlna arrived Saturday from Piraeus
and reported having boon fired upon
by a submarine, nationality unknown,
whon about eighty miles off Kalamate.
Revolution Begins In China.
lQklng.A revolutionary movement
under tho leadership of Tsal An, for
iner military govornor of Yuntian, has
broken out Tho Chinese government
moltT1 30,00 B0,'1,ar8 to ,uo11 the
ON WAYTO EGYPT
TURCO-GERMAN EXPEDITION HA8
CROS8ED INTO ENEMY COUN-
TRY 80UTH OF EL ARISH.
Heavy German Guns and War Ma
terial Being Sent Into Asia Minor,
and Fighting Has
Rome. A Turco-German expedition
against Egypt has already boon init
iated, according to information receiv
ed by tho Trlbuna from neutral
sources. Vanguard actions already
navo occurred. Tho operations are
being directed from Constantinople.
Tho strength of tho Egyptian expo
dltlon is estimated at 400,000. Ot those
300,000 aro Turks and 100,000 Gop
mans. Largo bands ot ArabB nro ox
poctod to Join tho invading forces.
It is reported that Turkish forcei
havo already cro3sod into Egypt south
of El Arlsh. Thoy have boon engaged
by British outpostB.
Tho invaders evidently proposo to
follow tho caravan routo, which
strlkos tho Suoz canal near Ismallta.
Tho British havo constructed strong
fortifications to bar this route. Most
-of tho defenders are colonials.
AVjventliCharg'ed VVItW Treason.
Cologne Elly Beuss, a -woman
missionary at Cologne, the head of a
small section of Sovohth-day Advent
lstB, who preached tho practical ap
plication of tho commandant, "Thou
Shalt not kill," ovon undor war condi
tions, Is on trial hero before n court
martial charged with treason and with
having incited mombera of tho army
to defy discipline
Thcson, Arlr. Judgo Sawtolle of
tho United States district court has
granted tho potltlon of tho Dotrolt
Coppor company for nn order restrain
ing striking minors of tho CUtton-Mo-roncl-Motcalt
district from Interfering
with assessment work on a number of
tho company'a unpatented copper min
COUNT FRANZ VON PAPEN
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Latest photograph of Count Franx
von Papen, military attache of the
tlerman embassy at Washington,
whose recall was demanded by Presi
dent Wilson because of his obnoxious
Admiral Dewey Is Seventy-eight.
Washington. Admiral George Dow
oy, horo of tho battlo of Manllaay,
observed his seventy-eighth birthday
anniversary at his homo hero Decem
ber 26. He received a largo number
of congratulatory messages nnd a
number ot frlonds called to pay tholr
Arts Exposition Postponed.
Paris A I lavas dispatch from Ven
Ipq says It has been decided nH U
hold tho twelfth International expo
4on ot arts in 'enUa m 10iC
SINKING OF ANGONA
CAUSESJROUBLE PR08PECT8 OF A SATISFACTORY
SETTLEMENT WITH AUSTRIA
GIVEN A SETBACK.
Austria Holds That the Ancona Case
Comes In the Same Category as tho
Lusltanla Case, Which Is Still the
8ubject of Negotiations.
Washington. The prospect of a sat
isfactory sottloment of the controversy
with AuBjrWoyorjflio sinking of tho
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two governments was at onco rovlved.
Tho communications from Austria,
which camo through diplomatic chan
nels, purport to give also an ouUino of
tho probablo reply of tho Austrian
According to thoso advices Austria
holds that tlio Ancona caso comes In
tho samo category as tho Lusltanla
caso, which is still tho subject of ne
gotiations botween tho UnltogMu
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as tho United States and GcBJBy
both understand them at tho present
time, which provide that vessels shall
not bo torpedoed without full warning
and without provision for tho safety
of ovory person on board.
This has como as a shock to officials
of this government, inasmuch as It in
dicates that the commander, in torpe
doing tho Ancona without waiting for
all passengers and members of the
crow to tako to tho boats, was acting
undor general authority if his govern-
KILLED BY ANGRY HU8BAND.
Sheepman 8 Wot Down as He Wai
Leaving Train. n
Thompsons, Utah, Clydo Balloj
was shot flvo times and Instantlj
killed hero Saturday by Marvin Turn
bow, Just after tho two mon had
stopped from a Rio Grande train from
Green River. Balloy, whoso homo is
in Auburn, Neb., had bocn employed
by the Goslen Sheep company as a
camp mover. Turnbow, who la a cat
tleman, alleged that Bailey had caused
nn estrangement botween hlmBolf and
hlo wife. Turnbow surrendered im
mediately after tho shooting.
I When the 'body of Ballajr was
'searched an" automatic pistol was
found In his pocket.
OPERATOR DIE8 AT POST.
Collision of Two Trains Narrowly
Averted When His Body Was Found.
Provo, Utah. Lying within reach
of tho lover, -which if it had been
thrown -would havo signalled an extra
frolght on tho Denver & Rio Grande
to stop in order to avert a collision
with a frolght train on the main track,
P. C. Rouen waa found dead Saturday
night on tho floor of tho operator's
room of tho Donvor & Rio Grande sta
tion. Richard O. Luko, a mall clerk, who
found Mr. Rouen, rushed from tho
operator's offlco and flagged tho extra
freight In time to save a possible
CHINE8E EDITOR A88A88INATED
Favored Return to Monarchy and i
Put Away by Enemies.
San Francisco. Wong Yuen Yung
former editor of tho Asiatic News,
paper published at Shanghai, China
as tho official organ of Chlnoso favor
Ing a return to tho monarchlal form o
govornmont, was shot In tho back oni
killed whllo attondlng a Chinese
Christmas banquet horo Snturdaj
night. Tho assassin escaped and waf
JOY RIDER8 GET THEIRS.
Run Over Girl and In Making Escape
Their Machine Overturns.
Los Angoles, Cal. Endoavorlng to
mako tholr escape after running down
and seriously Injuring a woman, ac
cording to pollco roports, Charloa Her
ron, a motion picture actor, was
killed, and his two companions, Jnmoa
J. Gormby, a chauffour, and Duchallu
Dalton, on animal trainer, woro In
jured horo whon their automobile
overturned. Gormby was plnced un
der arrest at tlia emergency hospital.
Miner Is Rescued.
Shamokin, Pa. Joseph Renock.who
was imprisoned four days provious by
a rush of coal nt tho Richards colliery
of tho Reading company, was dug out
Friday and will live. For nlnoty-slx
hours 120 mon in rolays worked at tho
risk of their lives to rescue Ronock.
Christmas Fatality In Texas.
Balllngor, Toxas. R. L. Harwoll,
Jr., aged 11, was fatally burned whllo
Inspecting his Christmas stocking at
a fireplace in his homo hero early
Christmas morning. His nightgown
'caught flro from tho grate.
8laln on Leaving Church.
Roswell, N. M. Manuel Rublo was
shot and killed horo Christmas day,
Just as ho emerged from church after
attending mass. Lopez Gonzalez, aged
17, was arrested In connection witr
THE UTAH BUDGE!
' Employees in tho Utah-Idaho h B-
, factory gavo a ball Wednesday .VB
PaysoT pavilion. ;ttBB
Franklin D. Steed, a promt,, B
farmer nnd dairy man, of Fannin,, E
lied suddenly of apoplexy ,CVBM
Mrs. Bertha Davis, aged 38. & , H
mor resident of Lognn, suicided t.B
Ogdon, taking carbolic acid. K
Tho total receipts from uffiv B
, salea from tho Wasatch national fnB
ost this year will reach JG0.000 initB
opinion of Supervisor Bruins ' B
As a safeguard ngalnst slioDlifti.B
during tho rush provious to Chr B
mas, sovoral Ogden department Btor B
have employed special dctuc'lvej B
Fifty more men are to bo not i,M
work on tho beet sugar fact! '
which Is being built by the Um B
JUio Sugar company at West Jordan M
BBB a municipal election hell atH
IBas. the bond Issue of $15,000 IobI
tho construction of a modern lantBf
tary wiltcr plant was favorably',,
50 to 34. '"
Children playing with matche, ,et H
flro to tho barn and wnrehome of K
Benjamin O. Cnrlston at Ephraim Th, S
pro completely destroyed the bat 9
Ing and contents. BJ
With tho re-election of J. c. Km K
s of: Urlgham City as president M
Bfll year, tho annual convention Be
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bureau. th UnltCd StatC8 m,u I
The C-weekold daughter of Jfr. and K
Mrs. Georgo Uoyns of Eureka j, K
found dead in her cradlo Thortdw ffl
by tho mother after sho had nnrnl H
t ThomaB Cannold, 23 years of igf, B
, a maBter mechanic of the Utah Qop! B
5 per company at Bingham, was broujhi fa
. to St. Mark's hospital suffering lro-a 'H
a broken ankle, caused by an accl-B
dental fall. BJ
J, Harward of prlngville -was aB
jested by Deputy Sheriff c. II. Clark B
for Sheriff j. s. Corless of Salt Lake.iB
who wants Harward for passing
' checks that -wero not ipald becaUBo clM
' no funds. BJ
' Experts for tho Utah-ldaho Sugar
company are In the Uintah basin mak-fj
Ing an examination and analyses"ofH
tho boIIs of that part of tho state toll
dotcrmlno possibilities of growing
' sugar bceta there. H
i Samuol E. Dlston, a coal miner, I
was killed in tho -workings of the I
; Union Fuol company's mine at Grass
Creek whon the roof of an under
ground chamber fell in and a pile of
jroou showered down.
CroBbio Pickering, 31 years ot age,
ya lineman employed by the Mountain
States Tolephono & Telegraph com
pany, sustained serious, but not fatnl,
Injurlesi when ho fell twenty-flvo feet
from tho top of a pole.
John Hasalono, 51 years of ago, pro
prietor of a barber shop in Bingham,
died Monday of Inhalation rnoumonla,
Induced iy Injury to his lungs when
ho camo near drowning In a swim
ming pool at Salt Lake.
On request of the Pocatello, Idaho,
authorities, sheriff John s. Corless
has arrested w. M. Crowthcr, who U
wunted In Pocatello on a grand lor- M
ccny chargo. Ho 1b alleged to have jfl
stolon a team of horses and brought PJ
It to Salt Lake.
0 Charging that In tho past two years
the Salt Lako & Ogden Railway comj
pany has killed two cows and several
' pigs that strayed upon tho right of
way, near Layton, A. J. Morgan of
Ogden brought suit against tho com
pany for the recovery of nbout 2?5.
Whllo all arrangements havo been
1 mado by tho local committor which Ii
raising monoy to keep open tho Uitnl
' building nt tho San Diego exposition
J tho coming year, tho campaign for
1 funds will not bo pushed until the
' Utah expositions commission decides
r what shall bo dono with tho building
1 As the lnw creating tho commission
3ays that nt tho ond of tho oxposltloo
year tho building shall revert to tho
Btato of Utah, tho commission has
, askod tho ndvlco of Attorney General
A. R. Barnos as to whothor it la per
misBlblo to sell tho building to the
1 local committee for a nominal sum
1 There wero filed with tho county
recorder of Provo, fifty applications
' mado to tho United States reclama-
tlon commission for water from tho
1 Strawberry valley reclamation pro
1 Jcct. Tho applications nro from I-ake
Henry Jones of Provo got two falls
from Butch Atkln of Idaho In a fast
mat bout Thursday,nlght. Jones wos
tho first in 34 minutes, Atkins the
second in 15 minutes and Jones the
third in 8 minutes. Goddnrd and
Spencer, both of Provo, wrestled to
a. drawk In a preliminary. Offert beat
Cliff In n four-round boxing match
Clnude Murdock was tho referee la
wrestling nnd Mel Cox in boxing.
When it nppenrcd that sho wouW
recover and after sho is reported W
have begun nourishing hopes ot being
-eunlted with her family, Mrs. CM
mella Cronshow, who wub shot
through tho mouth December 8 '
Salt Lako by F. B. Ahrold, who com
nltteU Butcldo, died Decembor 19
An order for two carloads of pot
toos and boveral hundred pounds t'
Utah celery has beon received nt tl
Salt Lnko oftlcos of tho Wabash ral
-oad aB a result of the sending ot p?
.toes and celery to A L. Gilbert
numerclal agent of the Wabash '
rt Wa)no, Ind. , M
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