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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 9 1909 3 U
t I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I
Ogden News
Office 336 TWentyfifth street
Circulation Department 316 twenty i
fifth street
REVOlVER DID NOT
SAVE HIM fROM THUGS
I
4 Special to yfee HeraWRep Ucan
ogden Dec II jlay 1e knap was held
M > robbed and beaten by footpad at
an early hemr tiiia menting The rob
try occurred at the Short Line cross
ing on West Twelfth street Belknap lost
LjdJ in Aah sjxCa good revolver I
WORK ON BAMBERGER ROAD I
Iron Arrives for Trestle but Elec
trical Power Is Delayed
Special to The HeraldRepublican
ugden Dec 8Twa carloads of
structural steel for the building of
i rliead trestles across the tracks of
th Union Pacific where the Bam
In rger road mui sects arrived in Og
g lhfI ye8ttlJa and work on the tree
ii J < will IK rushed as soon as weather
4 l mltll I
Official of the Bamberger road an
ri mure ct diiv in opening the line with
1 < trical pwr Owing to some de
a in th building of power stations
tL date ul t opening has been set sev
c i it morUib ahead The poles and
uiir i line j between Ogden and t
it k < are now in place ana nothing
re mains to b < done but the finishing
v rk on the power plants being built
a t Jirmington Layton and Stockdate I
ON USELESS CHASE
Ogden Police Spend Night Chasing
Mythical 1 Footpad
spe < ial to The HeraldRepublican
glen Dec s The groundless fright
C a negro woman at 307 Thirtyfimt
FTiet I late last night started trouble
fiough to keep the local police de
li busy inoit of the night The
To res > fearing that an elderly man
u is walking up and down the side
v ilk waiting im a companion In front
el ier place meant to attack her
rihel lilt J Al Grows residence and
iliert tile polk > The patrol with
tli oe policemen was dispatched and
Mnr a hunt of several hours occa
Mmnil by a misunderstanding reached
II placo The alleged footpad had
g ID hut it was later learned that he
w t an old man of respectable stand
ing
MARRIAGE LICENSES
t Special to The HeraldRepublican
ogdpn Dec 8 Marriage licensee
nere issued to the following couples In
the county clerks office today
Ezra Tart Benson and Cynthia Esther
PniKree both of Ogden H C Camp
Knnxvllle Tenn Ind Mary E Doyle
if Ogden James Philip Batty of Ton
pall Nay and Nannie E alone of I
Tteno Nev Franklin 8 Hawkes of
W t Portage and Chloe M Harris of
Iit ton
CAR ROBBERY CHARGED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dt s Charles Riley Charles
J nmngs ar i Jorums Riy were arraigned
in police it urt this morning on the
p UK of larceny the specific I
> > > K < beiiig Uiai they broke into a box
F 1 in the railroad yarde and stole 10
I 1 of shoes valued at 30 I Charles
K waived examination and Jennings
r1 James Riley asked until Tuesday to
a <
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25001
is the price
30 to 50 are the
values
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Choose from our entire line of
30 to 50 Tailored suits I
made to your measure for
only 2500 Every one guar
anteed as to fit quality and
style
Sample I
> n e
Stut II I I
House
Slide Street
Bungalow Theatre Building
I
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I Dayton Drug i Co
Cor Zd So aud State Phones 562
At Our
I P JVo
Stores
4 TA Gift for a Man
Nothing mere acceptable limn a good ntety
razor and our Hue embrace only the befit MniN
You cant make a mistake if you choose a safely
It vlll please the best man an earth
I i Gem JuniQr i Otto Strap
r Enclers Razor 1 J Razor J
EverReia Gillette Safety
Delivery tvknn prnntlMil and to any port of the
Plioue city Increase our IIUHHCN
Your t
Orders
14 GodberittsDruglo
Car Main and lit So 1lioues 140
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1
ESTABLlSJlED 1864
Utahs The Store
Most That
Popular Attracts
Dry Goods Thousands
Store DNPR1CETOALL NEVER UNDERSOLD V Daily
TODAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
GREATER SALT LAKES
OFSUIJS
GREATEST SALE OF
THREE ENTIRE SURPLUS STOCKS SCOOPED BY
V OUR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE EASTERN MARKET
41
22 000 Worth of High Class 1 fl AAA
9 4 p U Garments Bought for r UUUU
Considering the Character of thin Merchandise be Price that w > paid for It sad the price at which we
V iTill sell It HP bellete thin In tile MOST IMPORTANT SALE Ol TillS KIM ever held in the West and
V TIP are prepared to back up tlint statement ivltli Value that will open your eye It ny W of Interest
It to knon how we got theNc three lIOkHRnd In telling J IU WI are dltteloefiifc a Trade Secret that most
4 t people ilimt KHOM luit which explain the wonderful reduction HereV the Srrrvtt The Big XMHiifac
V lurerx of tkix rtiiintrj usually confine their output to one Store IB eneh City Toward the end of season
it hen theMe makers have iilfc fctoeka on hand they cant unload the e GurnteiitH OH their regular trade
That would be ft ollnh and Htiieiilal It would ruin regular UIhleHK with the home They are M par
V ileiilnr Mbmit keeping their Clearing Sales u weeret that ORe DeHlrr NtlpHlnterf that we inset take off hl
V labels before we sold a dingle Garment He would not want It known that we secured Buck desirable
I Kaolin
J AT 5000 l to 6000 OFF
Neither Pictures nor wards ran adequately Impress TOH with the positively mn e > 4e < d vwlw Which
I arc offered IB thin Sale THIS n VUE MATERIALS AIOM5 COST MORE AT THE MILLS A LOW OF
TIIOUSAISTJS OP DOLLARS TO THE MAKERS all cornea to you In Having
A V i I SALE BEGINS THIS MORNING
THOSE WHO COME EARLIEST IX THE MORNING WILL BE ABLE TO PICK THE BIGGEST TALUKS
iii I 1Ai COME EARLY
vbl Ladies Suits Little Womens Suits and Misses Suits
a T
r In Bro cJeletk Hewespumw Diagonals Plain mid Fancy Serges am 1Vontte4A IB every desirable ftiwtfe
i i Up to 4000 SUITS go at 1995
k Up to 3500 SUITS go at 1495
1 Up to 750 SUITS go at 1095
TODAY ANR FRIDAY
MEt S WOOL UNDFRWEAR SALE t OVER ONE THOUSAND SHIRTS AND DRAWERS INCLUDING 69c
VALUES FROM 100 TO 200 SPECIAL AT ONLY
ti VV1UW1
Gift buying based on ad read
Ing timist will help r make you an op I
FRATERNAL CARD PARTY
Evergreen lodge No la of the Fra
ternal Union of America will give a card
party on Monday Decembr 13 Priaes
will be awarded and refreshments served
The party will be given at Odd Fellows
hall
0
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
Has been used for TEARS by MILLlov
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
SUCCESS It ROOTHKS the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUM ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is th
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold br
Druggists In every part of the world lie
sure and ask for Mrs WinsloWs Sooth
Ing Syrup and take no other kind
Twertyflve cents a bottle GUARAN
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
kCT June 80 1906 SERIAL 1J11tE ±
10C
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Why I
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You should use i
Hewletts TellsI I
They are pure un
colored first crop
V
and are stronger
than any tea on the
market
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DONATION TO RAilROAD
Condemnation Suit Closes With Ver
dict of 1800 for Prop
erty
V
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec SAfter being out five
hours the Jury In the case of the Ogden
Rapid Transit company against J S
Lewis for condemnation of his property
in Ogden canyon V brought in a verdict
tonight allowing Lewis 1800 The verdict
is decidedly la favor of the transit com
pany as the lowest appraisement made
by experts during the long trial placed
the damage accruing to the property by
reason of passing the right of way across
it was 18000 Others placed it as high
as 11000
Lewis owns a camping grove several
miles up Ogden canyon through which
the trolley line to the Hermitage cute
For months he has stubbornly refused
all overtures of the company carrying
the case into eourt in an attempt to force
the company to change the line The
transit company retaliated by filing con
demnation proceedings The case has
been watched with much interest here
as a number of such cases are pending
No sooner had the Lewis case been giv
en to the jury than the case of the Og
den llapia Transit company against Or
son Badger for condemnation of his
property in Ogden canyon commenced
The Fair Lime company with holdings
In the canyon will be the next defend
ant
antWOMEN
WOMEN WILL ENTERTAIN
V STATE SCHOOL INMATES
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Olden Dec Beginning tomorrow
night the womens clubs of Ogden win
entertain twice each month at the State
Industrial school The Historical club
the Child Culture club the Ladies Lit
erary club and the Tolstoi circle will
each take their turn in the entertain
ment
Tomorrow night the entertainment will
be in charge of the Child Culture club
and the program will consist of musical
selections readings and talks
DRINK AN EXCUSE FOR
AN ATTEMPTED MURDER
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8Thomas Fletcher a ne
gro who broke into the home of H B
Avels Tuesday morning and attacked
him with a pocket knife was arraigned
this morning on the charge of assault
with a deadly weapon with intent to com
mit murder He pleaded not guilty and
was bound over for trial under the sum
of 750 bonds Fletchers defense is that
owing to his intoxicated state Tuesday
his mind is a blank and he does not know
what he did do
COMPANY A IS WINNER
IN FIRST RIFLE MATCH
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8With a total score of
1035 Company A team of the Ogden High
school cadet battalion won over the Com
pany B team and the Staff and Trumpet
team in a threeteam rifle match at the
National Guard armory last night
The match was opened by J O Cross
principal of the school who fired the first
shots Lieutenant Floyd Smith of the
Staff and Trumpet team made the high
est Individual score scoring 227 points
out of a possible 250 The next highest
was 223 by Eugene Pratt of the winning
team These contests will be regular af
fairs hereafter V
RAVING JOB ALMOST DONE
Washington Avenue Work Will Not
Step for Weather
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8Ten days more work will
complete the Moran paving Job on Wash
ington avenue between Twentyseventh
and Twentyeighth streets This is an
extension of the paving district Washing
ton avenue already being paved from
Twentysecond street to Twentyseventh
street The work has been delayed by
the rough weather but the foreman of
the job stated today that no matter what
the weather the paving would be done
before Christmas
TELEPHONE WIRES DOWN
Storm in Weber County Interferes
With Service at Huntsville
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Telephone service in Og
den valley has been temporarily destroyed
by the heavy snowstorms which have car
ried away the line between Eden and
Huntsville cutting off Huntsville from
all communication with the outcfSe
world
KNIGHTS ELECT OFFICERS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Knights of Columbus of
the local lodge elected the following of
ficers for the coming year at the annual
election held in the lodge rooms last
night Grand knight J A Junk deputy
grand knight A V Smyth chancellor C
A McGuire recording secretary John
McLaughlin financial secretary W S
OBrien treasurer J J OConnor advocate
vocate S A Maginnis warden L W J
Dermody inner guard Phil Grill outer
guard James Shanley trustee E Dele
hanly
NEW OFFICERS FOR M W OF A
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8At the annual election
of officers ot the local lodge No tMO
Modern Woodmen of America held Tues
day night the following were elected
P A Farm venerable consul D J
Thurman worthy adviser J H Shafer
clerk W H Draney banker George M
Stoddard member board of management
A G Jones watchman C A Brighton
sentry Dr E P Miles Dr G A Dixon
and pr W 3 < Green physicians
STOVEPIPE CAUSES A RUN
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8A disjointed stovepipe
in the Five Points
meeting house caused a
run of several miles for the fire depart
ment last night Aside from smoke fill
ing the chapel no damage resulted
ME I III ARATHON
Six Girl Contestants in Hospital and
Three Others Finally Taken
V From Floor by Police
Butte Dec iAfter dancing continu
ously for 14 hours and 41 minutes with
out nourishment of any kind three of
the fiftythree couples that started last
night in the Marathon waltz contest
vere stopped tonight by officers acting
urder Instruction from Mayor Nevin
Six girl contestants had been taken to
a hospital one suffering from a ruptured
blood vessel a < > d another having been
stricken with muscular paralysis As the
hours dragged on the tongues of the
girls fairly hung from their mouths while
their male companions struggled to keep
their partners on their feet
A fainting girl seemed only to add to
the excitement of the 600 l spectators who
crowded the halls
Early in the morning when the strug
gle took on a serious aspect promoters
of the contest asked the participants to
atop but none complied
WAIT UNTIL DARKNESS
FOR MARRYING JUDGE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8 Rushing breathlessly
into the county clerks office Just at the
closing hour Joseph H Brown and
Franke Sims of Salt Lake stammered out
their request for a marriage license and
a minister this afternoon
That fussy old train I just knew it
wouldnt get us here in time pouted the
young and pretty bridetobe when the
county clerk pointed to the clock and an
nounced that it was too late to get mar
ried Cupid prevailed however and un
til way after dark the youthful venturers
Waited patiently outside the door of the
district court room for Judge J A How
ell to come out and marry them
MINER SUES COMPANY I
FOR WAGES HELD UP i
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8ln an attempt to make
a backward ghost perambulate to the ex
tent of 173165 C Verdos a miner has
brought suit in the district court here
against tle Lodl Gold Copper company I
In two counts erdos charges the mining
company with defrauding him of wages
due him from May 1of 1909 to October 30
He says he was employed by contri ct at
a wage of 1 a day and that he also put
In many extra days work
ACTION IS QUESTIONED
Protest Made Against Deal In Option
Made by County
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Charges of graft have
been raised because of the action of the
board of county commissioners in selling
for 80 to J C Nye the privilege to buy
secondary stock in the WeberDavis
County Canal company The county held
an option which is claimed by several
men in high position to be worth several
thousand dollars Kyes concessions
merely allow him the privilege of putting
up 2700 to cover the option
So strong a protest has been raised
over the deal that members of the board
of county commissioners today announced
they would rescind the action of the
board at the next meeting Much mys
tery surrounds the deal
THIS ACCIDENT LUCKY
Man Has Hoodoo Anniversary of Ac
cident Seven Years Ago
V
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec IIon the seventh anni
versary of the day when he felt from a
haystack and broke his left leg in two
places Alexander Graham of Eden fell
from another haystack yesterday and
broke the same leg in the same place
Owing to inadequate surgery the bone
was never properly set after the first
fall so that the second accident follow
ing which the bone was correctly set
proved to be fortunate for Graham
PURDY ESTATE APPRAISED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec Thomas Whalen A M
McFarland and A D Shurtliff apprais
ers of the estate of Thomas Purdy de
ceased place its value at 2500 consist
ing of one piece of real estate In a re
port filed In the district court this after
noon
NEW ICE HOUSES
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8Work began this
morning In the tearing down of the
old ice houses of the Harriman system
at the Union station to make room for
the freight tracks for the new freight
depot New ice houses will be erected
west of the depot
FARROW ESTATE DIVIDED
Special to The HeraldRepnbllcan
Ogden Dec IFlora Keyes having
fulfilled her mission as administrator
of the estate of Maria Farrow asks
to be relieved in her final report of
distribution filed in the district court
today She found U7t over all claims
against the estate which was divided
among six children
SALOON TILL IS RIFLED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 8The Crystal saloon
was broken Into some time during
Tuesday night and the cash drawer
rifled of 50 Yesterday the police
rounded up twelve suspects who are
being held pending an investigation
GUARDIANS FILE BOND
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogdn Dec 8A bond of 1400 was
filed in the district court this after
noon iy John Mlllard Joseph H Allen
and John H Allen recently appointed
guardians of the estate of Beulah Sla
ter a minor
ADVENTIST FUNERAL IN
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Dec 8The funeral of W H
Anderton the Richfield citizen who died
from epilepsy In the fields last Friday
was held at the Presbyterian church
yesterday Mr Huntington ef the Ad
ventists officiated The local lodge of
Maccabees to which order Mr Andertori
belonged was in attendance Appropriate
music was furnished by Sarah Hansen
Mrs Hood G M Jones and John Hood
with Mrs Callaway at the organ
MINING COMPANY SUES
TO PROTECT CLAIMS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dee IThe Steele Mining and
Milling company has brought suit in the
district court against the Mary Ellen
Mining company to quiet title to the
Eagle New West New West No 2
and New West No Slnining claims in
the Tintic mining district The action
was brought on an adverse claim by the
plaintiffs In the United States patent
office wherein the defendant seeks it ts
alleged to patent land that overlaps the
boundaries of the claims in question
D P Pratt has brought suit In the dis
trict court agam < U William H Grant to
recover S1400 ill d
gtd to be due on an
A < < l Eme6t over th transfer of a held
of sheep
FUNERAL OF MAMIE MALLOY
Special to Tlie HeraldRepublican
Park City UPC 8 I Funeral services of
llunn Mallo Iho Nold daughter of
Mi an1 Mrs Iitlfk Malloy who died
In tlr < Slay ift rnrv > n following
an niifrition fr mpi ndi Its was held
this aft mo11 at trie Catholic chuivh
The Rev Father fJalliRan officiated In
Unntnt was ill th Ul < nwood cemetery
J
PAYSON IS CAUGHT I
IN GRIP OF WINTER
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Payson Dee 8 Winter has set in here
and many farmers in this and surround
ing towns have been caught unprepared
Some of the beet crops have not been all
delivered owing to late orders and with
the roads practically impassable hun
dreds Of tons may be lost
MARY THOMPSON BURIED
ManyVriends Respect to Mem
ory of Fountain Green Woman
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec 8Many relatives and
friends were In attendance at the fu
neral of Mary Thompson of Fountain
Green which was held in the meeting
house yesterday afternoon The speak
ers all stated that she was one of the no
ble women of the community and also
said she had always been wining when
called upon to assist the sick Miss
Thompson was a native of Denmark and
embraced the Mormon religion when a
young woman She emigrated to Utah
twenty years ago locating first at Salt
Lake and later moving to Fountain
Green which has since been her home
Interment was in the City cemetery
FAIRVIEW DRUGGIST DIES
Joseph Garllck WellKnown Citizen
Is Called by Sudden Death
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec SA sudden death oc
curred at Fairview yesterday morning
when Joseph Garlick was called leav
ing a widow and two small children Mr
Garlick was one of the highly respected
citizens of Fairview and was the propri
etor of the Fairview drug store at the
time of his death He was the son of Mr
and Mrs Joseph Garlick and was born
and reared in Fairview His health had
always been good until about three days
before his death The funeral services
were held at Fairview this afternoon
EPHRAIM BRIEFS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec 8The single men of
Fountain Green are hunting rabbits to
day against the married men of that
place The losers will give a free dance
and supper at that place Friday night
The funeral of the little son of Mr
and Mrs Lars Christofferson of Sauna
was held in the Relief society hall at
that place yesterday atternoon conducted
by Bishop Lauritzen The Sattna choir
furnished the singing
A telegram was received today by Hen
ry Deal from London stating that his
hon Owen a missionary was dangerous
ill with pneumonia
Miss Cnelly Petty and John Whitbeck
both of Sterling will be married at the
ManU temple Deiember 15 A reception
will be given at the home of the brides
parents
The beautiful opera house which has
been built at Manti during the past sum
mer will open tonight
At the meetng of the county commis
sioners yesterday Franklin W Snow was
appointed constable of the town of Ster
ling
Harola Aniioron is dangerously ill with
typhoid fever
FUNERAL OF MRS MEASOM
Sp < cial to The HeraldR publican
Spanish Fork Dec 8The funeral of
Mrs Sarah Measom was held yesterday
afternoon at the Lake Shore ward meet
ing house in charge of Bishop Alonzo Ar
gtle V isi was furnished by the ward
fhoir aril th > putaker worp John Moore
of Spanisn F < uk ami Bishop Argyle Mrs
Measom wao burn of Kngiish parents in
the East Indies 80 years ago and came
to Utah in the early days settling at
Spanish Fork She is survived by two
sons and four daughters
FOR DESERTING FAMILY
Park ity II t > Irt Iming was
t ktVfl to Salt I ik V I I1lt1ay afternoon
by Officer Smith of that city on a charge
of falling to support his wife and minor
children who arc now in Salt Lake
CIGAR MAN DISAPPfARS I
Police Are Investigating Affairs of
E H Burke a Retail
Merchant V
M A Daniels and W S Terry ap
peared last night at the police station
about 11 oclock and reported the dis
appearance of their roonrmate E H
Burke whom they claim has not been
seen since 10 oclock Tuesday night
Daniels who had a key to the cigar
ctore of which Burke is the proprietor
in tbe basement of 50 South Main
street and Lieutenant R L Shannon
with four policemen entered the store
as Daniels and Terry were under the
Impression that Burke had been
knocked out and might be lying in the
rear of his cigar store but nothing out
of the way was found
I According to the story told by Dan
iels and Terry Burke had been a lather
belonging to the same union of which
they are members and met with an ac
cident fracturing his arm some time
ago Daniels and Terry claim they pro
vided sufficient funds for him to start
the retail cigar business at 50 South
Main street Five dollars and five
cents was found in the till at thestore
last night Everything seemed to be II
good order about the place Daniels
placed a padlock on the door
They claim that Burke was not a
drinking man He is about to years of
age and single An investigation of the
disappearance will be made by the po
lice All three men lice in a rooming
house at 334 South West Temple street
MEN WOUNDED IN DUEL
REPORTED IMPROVING
Night watchman Emil Glaser and
Mike Vaccaiilll who were both se
riously wounded in a pistol duel on
West Second South street early Tues
day morning were reported last night
to be resting easily and their condition
Is mucri Improved Glaser is a stranger
In Salt Lake He was appointed night
watchman on the East South Temple
street beat after the murder of Officer
C C Riley His brother at SanAn
tonio Tex has been notified of his
condition
While the report from St Marks
hospital where the two men are was
favorable last night little hope of their
ultimate recovery is held out
DEATH IN MILK CAN
Washington Dec 8About 15 per cent I
of the people who die In the District of
Columbia from tuberculosis contract the
disease as a result of drinking milk fur
nished from dairies in and around Wash
ington according to a declaration made
last night hv Health Officer Woodward
j MURRAY NEWS NOTES II
I
Yesterday was pay day at the American
smelter in Murray Over 500 men were
paid off The number of men employed
at the smelter has increased considerably
over the number which were employed at
the plant last month
The American smelter has purchased
Second avenue from the city Owing to
the fact that the companys slag dump
has extended so rapidly it has been nec
essary for the company to completely fill
in one of the principal thoroughfares in
Murray
The Farmers Institute will meet today
at Sandy The speakers for the day will
be professors from the A C U at Lo
gan
The city council has before It an ordi
nance levying a tax upon property abut
ting on and affected by sidewalk ex
tension No5
AGED WOMAN DEAD
Mrs Mary Flowers Passes Away at
Age of 77 Years
Mrs Mary Flowers widow of John
Flowers aged 77 years and one of
Utahs pioneers died at her home 63
Quince street last night at 10 oclock
after a ten days illness
Mrs Flowers was born in Sommer
setflhire England and after becoming
a convert in the Mormon church emi
grated to America in 1872 crossing the
plains to Salt Lake She was married
in 1874 to John Flowers
During her life in Salt Lake the de
cedent was an active worker in the
Mormon church fnl iMiiiiiiiii nl
part in the wortTof the RelieTV iety
In the Nineteenth ward She wasSa
teemed for her lovable kindly charac
ter and her sympathetic devotion to her
friends
V
Mrs Flowers is survived by a son J
F Flowers who had been her support
The funeral arrangements will be com
pleted today
e e
EPHRAIM GOES DRY
City Council Fixes Pool Table Li
cense and Prohblts Liquor
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec IThe Ephralm city
council met In regular session at the city
hall last night An ordinance was passed i
fixing the pool hall license The license
was fixed at 75 a quarter for each ta
ble The council also passed an ordi
nance prohibiting the selling of intoxi
cating liquors
The Denver Rio Grande freight trains
have recently been blockading the street
and tvs has been declared a nuisance
by the citizens of this city
UTAH STUDENTS SEND
CHALLENGE TO MONTANA
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Bozeman Mont Dec 8The Utah Ag
ricultural college has challenged tLV
Montana Agricultural college to a debate V
The challenge will be acted upon next
Friday and in all wfil
probability will be a
cepted Two contests are proposed b
Utah one this year at Logan and th
other next year at Bozeman
FAVOR FISH HATCHERY
CommiMionert of Soviet County Of
fer 300 Toward State Project
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield qc BThe county com
missioners have been in session two
days tnia week and concluded their
business lats evening The most im
portant matter for consideration wa < s
one presented by State Senator 8ev
and J E Clark relative to the county
offering the state some encouragement
for the erection of a fish hatchery as
authorized by the last legislature
There is an admirable site for tl A
hatchery near Annabella where then
is plenty of water of the right ten
perature and the commissioners IP
cided to offer nOt toward the expenses
of the hatchery if it ia erected in tin
for the spring hatching of fish on thu j
siteRoad
Road Commissioner Hans Tuft re
ported UG8 collected and 1916 ex
pended for the repairs on the roads in
different precincts
R H Barney petitioned for the pur
chase of forty acres of land In seoti n
a township 24 south range 2 weer
which the county holds for taxes an
other expenses Mr Barney was given
the privilege to purchase by paying
all taxes and accrued costs
JURY SETTLES COW CASE
pedal to The HeraldRepublican
Pro Dec 8The jury in the case of V
Attic LNBggertsen versus John C Sn v
found a Verdict today for the plaintiff
The case was brought in the j IBIH
court to recover a cow which boii
claimed It seems from the evident th1
the animal had been pastured by the ii j
fendant at the request of the plaintrf
while only a calf Some time later the
plaintiff failed to find the calf ntd ft
more than a year the defendant Las It r f
possession of It The heifer has bocnrr
a cow and the calf was disposed of The
judgment of the court was that the plain
tiff should recover the cow that Ina
much as the defendant had disposed f
the calf he would have to pay the coss
of court
DIED
t L oj his city December SpTam
Edward McLeod son of Mr and l Mr
John J McLeod in his 12th year
Notice of funeral later
SAVAGE this city December 8 1 John
ft Savage aged CO years
The remains are at the private reption
rooms of Eber W Hall 1M South Wet
Temple street Notice of funeral later I
COLE In this city December 7 Jim
Cole BRed 35 years
Funeral services will be fedd from tip
Trinity Atrican Methodist EpK < opal I
church 241 East Sixth South firft t at
230 p m Thursday December J 1 Intr
ment in Mt Olid cemetery
HORXK In this cit i V December s Myrtle
Louisa Hr > rn < att < l fi years 7 j trontb
and 12 I < 1a Intl > laughter of Mr art
Mrs Thonri A tome I Sr
Fumral serir > witJ be held from tl
resid pp No 766 South First Vst tre
On rear > at 11 a m Friday r > > mbr
10 Interment in Mt Olivet metf
FtJNDALS
° fiif > funeral oWW Rue will bitl l
at the i ental Christen < mn Irner
ot fi irth Sutl
i and Third > t < I V nets
liur = lav at 2 oclock H > 11 r i Neal
and Rev P A Sanpkln will official
The body can be viewed between 1 and L
oclock 6t the church
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