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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY APRIL 4 1910
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I LNEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES j
Ogden News
Offlse 336 Twentyfifth street
Circulation Department 334 twenty
fltth treet
SUES TO OPEN STREET
Condemnation Proceedings Are Now
Started by Ogden City Against
Property Owners
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April aWithin the next few
days condemnation proceedings will be
fi ed by the city attorney in the dls
trct court against owners of property
at We entrance of Hudson avenue on
T venyfourth and Twentyfifth
streets the purpose being to open a
r ew business street In the heart of the
City as decided upon t > y the oify Mun
ell ecently The avenue at present is
Hocked by small buildings making i
a cess to the rear of buslnbds houses
fifing on Washington avenue difficult
tnd circuitous
The condemnation suits will be of a
friendly nature as all holders of prop
erty along the avenue have signified
their willingness to allow the city to
desired improvement The
make the
avenue will be made 60 feet wide and
be guttered and paved
DECLARES WHOLE WORLD
WILL CHRISTIANIZED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3Talking on the
Spirit of the Age and the Church Op
portunity the Rev G W McCreery
of the First Methodist church predict
ed the ultimate Christianizing of every
Inhabitable portion of the globe The
occasioned by the recent
permon was
laymens missionary movement which
had a convention in Salt Lake The
speaker told of the significance of such
a movement and pointed out its resem
blance to the ancient crusades the tol
eration and enlightenment of te twen
tieth century however taking the
place of the bigotry of the middle ages
FALL FROM WAGON CAUSES
DEATH OF EDW F ROMRILL
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3After having appa
rently recovered from severe Injuries
Burner several weeks ago by falling
from a wagon Edward F Romrlll of
Alpfammon died at the home of James
H Jones In this city late last night He
as taken suddenly 111 and died within
t ral hours
tiveral i weeks ago Romrlll fell from
the top of a loaded wood wagon frac
turing his shoulder and Injuring hIm
internally The body will be taken
to McCammon Ida tomorrow where
th funeral services will be held
FUNERAL OF PIONEER
iSpcia to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3 Funeral services
Catherine E
ovtr the body of Mrs
Wheelwright the veteran pioneer who
died Thursday at the age of 74 years
were held this afternoon at the Fifth
ward meeting house Eulogies from
those with whom she was associated
during life characterized the last trib
ute paid to her Bishop John Watson
Patriarch George W Larkin and Pres
ident L W Shurtllff of the Weber
stake wero the speakers Burial was In
the city cemetery
TALKS ON RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS
i Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3The Re r J Challen
Smith of Provo occupied the pulpit at
th1 Congregational church tonight
talking on religious problems offered
by the present age With a keen per
cEption of the evolution of religious
thinking the Rev Mr Smith predicted
the passing of the orthodox Christianity
as taught In the past and the ushering
In of a broader religion capable of
standing the searching probe of mod
en science
EASTER MUSIC REPEATED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3In the Catholic
churches the special Easter music
services carried out a week ago were
g repeated today many requests for the
exceptional music having been re
c lved The St Josephs cathedral was
crowded by lovers of the thrilling re
ligious services music selected for the Easter
ANOTHER
WOMAN
CURED
By Lydia E Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound
Black Duck MinnrAbout a year
ago I wrote you that I was sick and
iJi ji could not do any of
Day housework My
1Iri i sickness was called
ili Retroflexion When
I si 1 would sit down I
felt as if I could not
iiI i getup I took
ftjii < wJ t4i 1 Lydia Hnkhams
Vegetable Com
1 ½ i 1 i 1 pound and did just
4 I I as you told me and
4 y now I am perfectly
cured and have a
big bahy boy
Mrs ANNA l1 > EPsON Box 19 Black
Duck Minn
Consider This Advice
No woman should submit to a surgi
cal operation which may mean death
until she has given Lydia E Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs a fair trial
This famous medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be the
most valuable tonic and invigorator
the female organism Women resid
ing in almost every city and town in
the United States bear willing testi
moiiy to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia
E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
It cures female ills and creates radi
ant buoyant female health If you
are ill for your own sake as well as
those you love give it a trial
Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass
Invites nIl sick women to write
her for advice Her advice is free
and always helpful
Ct
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The for sale ads finding the people
who OUGHT TO OWN your unused
things are uncommonly lucky sales
men
CASTOR
JOT Infanta and Chili jn
Thi Kiwi YM Km Always 3iiit
Bears the
Signature of C9J744443
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Synopsis of the annual statement for
the year ending December 31 1909 of the
condition ef the
Northwestern National life Insur
ance Company
The name and location of the company
i Northwestern National Life Insur
ance company Minneapolis illnn
Namo of president L K Thompson
Name of secretary R E Esterly
The amount of Its capital stock is nil
The amount of its capital stock paid
up is nil
The amount of Its assets Is 4 594320499
The amount of its liabilities
Including capital is 668991144
The amount of its income dur
ing the preceding calendar
year 152677721
The amount of Its expenditures
during the preceding calen
dar year 124547971
The amount of losses and ma
tured endowments paid dur
ing the preceding calendar
year S227S859
The amount of risks written
during the year 55976SSOO
The amount of risks In force
at the end of the year 2502613800
State of Utah Office of the Commis
sioner of Insurancess
I George B Squires commissioner of
insurance of the state of Utah do here
JV certify that the abovenamed Insur
ance company has filed In my office a
detailed statement of Its condition from
I which the foregoing statement has been
I prepared and that the said company has
in all other respects complied with the
laws of the state relating to Insurance
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
st my hand and affixed the seal of the
Insurance department this 26th day of
March A D 1913
GEORGE B SQUIRES
Seal Commissioner
By Willard Done
Synopsis of the annual statement for
the year ending December 31 1909 of the
condition of the
Colorado National Life Assurance
Company
The name and location of the company
The Colorado National Life Assurance
company Denver Colo
Name of president Thomas B Stearns
Name of secretary Harry L Sears
The amount of Its capital
stock is J 10000000
The amount of its capital
stock paid up is 10000000
The amount of Its assets Is 73048537
The amount of Its liabilities
including capital Is 59906220
The amount of Its income dur
ing the preceding calendar
year 50020299
The amount of Its expendi
I tures during the preceding
calendar year 33189560
The amount of losses paid
during the preceding calen
dar year 3543750
The amount of risks written
during the year 520411700
The amount of risks In force
at the end of the year 1091932300
State of Utah Office of the Commis
sioner of Insurancess
I George B Squires commissioner of
Insurance of the state of Utah do here
by certify that the abovenamed insur
ance company has filed In my office a
detailed statement of Its condition from
which the foregoing statement has been
pre ared and that the said company has
In all other respects complied with the
laws of the state relating to Insurance
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of the
Insurance department this 26th day of
March A D 1910
GEORGE B SQUIRES
Seal Commissioner
By Willard Done
NO NEED TO HURRY
Speaking some time ago on a Shake
spearean subject Sidney Lee whose
name figures prominently In connection
with the National theatre moement
told an amusing story of a scorcher who
was riding through StratfordonAvon
He was bent over the handle bars and
beads of perspiration were trickling
Special Sale of 100 Ladies Suits p
25 values
for 12
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Just Received at Our New Location 246 State Street
7 Doors North of Old Place
Y REASON of our largely increased store space we are now
able to show the largest and most wonderful assortment in
Salt Lake City of LADIES SUITS EVENING GOWNS
DRESSES MILLINERY WAISTS and SKIRTS Also in
MENS TAILORMADE SUITS we are ready to show you all the new
est Spring styles
Have your clothes charged pay as you like
100 A WEEK400 A MONTH
This makes buying easy makes waiting unnecessary Come and
see our new place We will save you money and assure you courte
ous treatment that has always been accorded to our customers and
friends
WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW
Dont forget the new address 246 State Street
W ESTEEM QlfifJT I
xo a 6
CREDIT rO ALL
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down his face
HI sonny he called to a passing
youth Am I right for Shakespeares I
house
Yes youre right mister was the
dreamy reply but you neednt hurry
Shakespeares dead Washington
Star
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DOMINIE NO LONGER IN DARK
A Scottsih parish minister was go
Ing home and procured the clergyman
of a neighboring parish to officiate on
Sunday The parish ministers serv
ant who was also beadle was sent
over to the station to drive the visit
ing reverend gentleman to the manse
When the tfWn arrived the beadle
asked the visitor to be good enough to
wait awhile as he had some errands I
to do before going home It was two
hours before he returned The minlstet I
was furious and threatened to repirt
the beadle to his master
Weel sir ye can dae that If ye llkt
paid the beadle but he tellt me him
self to wait till It was dark afore I
drove ye ower for If the folk o the I
village saw what was to preach naebody
wud turn oot the mornLondon
Globe I
WM Je LYNCH Agent
FIRE INSURANCE
611612 McCornick Block SALT LAKE CITY
Synopsis of the annual statement for Synopsis of the annual statement for
the year ending December 31 1909 of the the year ending December 31 1909 of the
condition of the condition of the
ProvidenceWashington Fire Insur Equitable Fire Marine Insurance
ance Company Company
The name and location of the The name and location of the
company Providence Wash company Equitable Fire
ington Fire Insurance Co Marine Insurance Co 1
20 Market square Provi Custom House street Provi
dence Rhode Island dence Rhode Island
Name of president J B Name of president Fred W
Branch Arnold
I Name of secretary A G Name of secretary Samuel G
Beals Howe
The amount of its capital The amount of its capital
stock is 50000000 stock Is 40000000
The amount of its capital The amount of its capital
stock paid up Is 50000000 stock paid up is 40000000
The amount of Its assets is 343854621 The amount of Its assets is 137178143
The amount of Its liabilities The amount of its liabilities
including capital Is 276675801 including capital Is 1251S3093
The amount of Its Income The amount of its income dur
during the preceding calen ing the preceding calendar
dar year 280345154 year 997S6237
The amount of its expendi The amount of its expendi
tures during the preceding tures during tle preceding
calendar year 260765761 calendar year 93439912
The amount of losses paid dur The amount of losses paid dur
ing the preceding calendar ing the preceding calendar
year 137872062 year 52294977
The amount of risks written The amount of risks written
during the year 42206256300 during the year 0494503700
The amount of risks In force The amount of risks In force
at the end of the year 32686312600 at the end of the year 12443969400
State of Utah Office of the Commission State of Utah Office of the Commission
er of Insurance ss er of Insurance ss
I George B Squires commissioner uf L George B Squires commissioner of
Insurance of the State of Utah do here Insurance of the State of Utah do here
I by certify that the above named insur by certify that the above named Insur
ance company has filed In my office a ance company has filed in my office a de
detailed statement of its condition from tailed statement of Its condition from
which the foregoing statement has been which the foregoing statement has been
prepared and that the said company has prepared and that the said company has
In all other respects complied with the In all other respects complied with the
laws of the State relating to insurance laws of the State relating to Insurance
In testimony whereof I have hereunto In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of tht set my hand and affixed the seal of the
Insurance department this 26th day of Insurance department this 26th day of
March A D 1910 March A D 1910
GEORGE B SQUIRES GEORGE B SQUIRES
SeW Commissioner Seal Commissioner
n v villard I Done BY Wllard Done
r 1
Drs Shores E N WE LOST STAY CURl MANHOOD ClUED TO
SEXUAL WEAK
Are Expert Medical Specialists In alt NESS VARICOCELE CONTRACT
the word Implies 17 years contlnu I ED DISEASES DISCHARGES
ous success in Salt Lake City over SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON WAST
100000 cases treNed They have the ING DRAINS ETC and you may
skill reliability and experience pay In small weekly or monthly In
stallments as the case progresses orT
S you may PAY WHEN CURED in all
private diseases All examinations
free this week
T L THE PROSTATE GLAND I
Drs Shores are pioneers among the I
t1t Medical Profession In discovering that
nearly every case of socalled Weak
ness in men Is duo to enlargement or
I Wi1W inflammation of the Prostate Gland
Imitators now copy Drs Shores ad
w y vertisements and claim to relieve this
M troublebut Drs Shores treatment Is
k i not given or even known by any
2 Fake Medical Company In the
World
JI The treatment Is localit Is original
v v and scientific and Is the only effective
method to CURE this common and
Beware of Fake Medical Institutes I terrible trouble You cannot get this
and Quack Doctors Remember treatment anywhere else on earthas
Drs Shores will treat you if you want I given by Drs Shoresrhence If you
a Cure for the low fee of 5 a month I want a CURE apply direct to Drs
for all Catarrhal Chronic Diseases All I Shores Shores the originators of
medicines free Consultation Free I tho wonderful treatment
Confidential and Invited Call or HOURS 8 to 5 Evening 7 ie So
I Write J SHndK 10 to 12
WriteTiVE TREAT AND CURE UPiTC Home cures by mail
CATARRH Deafness Asthma Lung WRITE I If y ° H live out of iowa
Troubles Rheumatism Hay Fever fer free nymptom Hot
Epilepsy diseases of women and I
I children Insomnia Heart Troubles I Drs SHORES SHORES
I Diseases of the Stomach Kidneys I
I Liver Bowels and Bladder and all EXPERT SPECIALISTS
I Curable Nervous Chronic and Private 2d9 Mala street opposite Keith
Diseases of both hx J OBriens Salt Iake City
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I Have Ever Eaten
Some say that it was the bread that moth
er used to make others that it is the bread
that mother bakes today Probably true
both opinions
Mother spent many weary hours of her
life baking bread She might have enjoyed
better health and a longer life had she given
less time and energy to the baking task
Mother today will live longer and look
younger when she determines upon the pol
icy of leaving breadbaking out of the house
hold program
Prejudice is natural Bakers bread IS
so often unsatisfactorytoo light and flimsy
not enough nourishment Thats true in so
many cases
You cannot say honestly however that
you are getting anything but the finest most
wholesome bread when you buy
TABLE I QUEEN BREAD
TilE SCIENTIFIC LOAF
Baked by Itoyal Baking Co Salt Lain
Bakedin the Mueller Pal nt Bread Pan
NOTICE
THE
LABEL
VipoY II i
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NOTICE
THE
GROOVE
Shipped Everywhere in These Mountain States
Baked by experts with sanitary methods
and supplied to your grocer every day
fresh
ABLE QUEEN BREAD
BIG LOAF EVERY
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5c JJi GROCER
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LAD
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Wall Paper Bargains I
and Picture Sale All This Week
Geo W Ebert Company I
41 Main
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BRAKEMAN KILLED IN
A FREIGHT SMASHUP
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Bingham April SJ D Simmons
freight train brakeman was Instantly
killed on the railroad just above town
early this morning An engine was
pushing four eipty cars and Simmons
was riding on the locomotive pilot A
blizzard was raging and apparently
the engineer failed to observe earth
and rocks which had fallen on the
tracks The four freight cars were
telescoped and Simmons fell under the
wheels His head was crushed caus
ing Instant death His body was taken
In charge by the Eber W Hall Under
taking company pending Instructions
from relatives Simmons was 30 years
of age and leaves a widow and four
children in North Lawrence O
RARE ORCHID IN BLOOM
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden April 3What lSx said to be
the first successfully grown plant In
America of the Lollia Aucefs species a
rare orchid of South African origin
has Just attained full bloom In the hot
houses of the Van Der Schult Floral
company of this city
A B Van Der Schuit who has made
the raising of rare plants a life study
secured the bulb from an eastern ex
periment station and has been nursing
the plant for several months It Is now
blooming with all the beauty It devel
ops In Its native country
DIES IN MENTAL HOSPITAL
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo April SJohn C Alauretzen of
Salt Lake died at the state mental hos
pital Saturday from oganic heart dis
ease at the age of 6 ears Decedent
was unmarried Funei d services will
be held at the underf King parlors of
O H Berg Son tomorrow
PROSPECTOR DROPS DEAD
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Eureka April Alexander Asman a
prospector 50 years old dropped dead this
afternoon while he was on the way to
visit a sick friend He was a native of
Germany but had lived here many years
The Eagles lodge will ive charge of the
funeral
IDAHO DELEGATES TO
IRRIGATION CONVENTION
Special to The HeraldRopublican
Boise Ida April 3C J SInsel
president and Rellly Atkinson secre
tary of the temporary organization of
the United Exposition Association of
Irrigated States have departed for Salt
Lake to attend a meeting of repre
sentatives of the association from sev
I eral western states for the purpose of
effecting a permanent organization
The meeting will be called to order
at 10 oclock Monday morning in the I
rooms of the Salt Lake Commercial
club
clubWe expect a large attendance of
delegates said Mr Atkinson upon
his departure We have heard from
Oregon Washington and Colorado to
the effect that an ahle and large rep
resentation from these states will be
present and we expect a most har
monious and profitable meeting
GOLD NUGGET LEFT
BEHIND BY BURGLARS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Eureka April aThe Monarch saloon
owned by Nick Ferrando was broken
Into this morning The safe was broken
open and 11055 taken A broken window
and a torn off screen In the rear show
where the burglars entered Lights left
burning by the proprietor when he left
the place were turned out At one side
of the safe there was left standing a
doublejack with the Initials CE Mg
Co stamped on both sides showing that
it had been stolen from the Centennial
Eureka mine A gold nugget probably
worth 15 to 20 was found near the back
door
PREDICTS RAINY WEEK
Miniature Deluge May Be Expected
Before Saturday Night
Washington April 3Rains will be gen
eral throughout the United States during
the present week They will begin about
Tuesday according to the prediction of
the weather bureau An extensive baro
metric depression will cross the central
valleys the lake region and the Atlantic
seaboard attended by rains The rain
are will be followed by a sharp fall In
temperature which will carry the frost
line to or somewhat below the fortieth
parallel
Another disturbance which promises to
be attended by general rains will appear
1on the Pacific coast about Tuesday and
advance over the plains states central
valley states ake region and Atlantic
states during the latter part of the week
SUMMONS A WITNESS
Deputy Marshal Also Notifies Pros
pective Jurors
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City April 3Deputy United
States Marshal Julian Riley was In
town today and served notice on two
citizens who are wanted for Jury duty
In the federal court at Salt Lake on
April 11 He also had an audience with
M Muller who Is wanted In Salt Lake
on Monday as a witness In the case
of the Silver King Coalition company
vs the Silver King Consolidate Min
ing company The deputy marshal and
witness left for Salt Lake on this after
noons D R G train
SUMMONS PETIT JURORS
Marshal Anderson Notifies Morgan
Men to Come to Court
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Morgan April 3H B Crouch the
meat market man Is to be In Salt Lake
on April 11 and probably for some time
thereafter The occasion of this pro
longed visit at the capital Is notice
given to the Morgan business man by
United States Marshal Anderson to
serve as petit juror In the federal court
at the April term
MAYOR TO TESTIFY
Special to The HeraldRpubllcan
Heber City April aMayor David
Fisher of this city left on todays train
for Salt Lake The cause of this Jour
ney was a notice given by United
States Marshal Anderson for Mr Fisher
to be on hand at Salt Lake at 10 a m
on Monday to testify In tho case of the
Silver King Coalition company vs the
Silver King Consolidated Mining com
pany
VOTE FOR LIGHT PLANT
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Manti April 3By an overwhelming
majority cltlzops voted for Improved
waterworks and an electric light plant
The bonds in all will amount to 40000
15000 to be used for the waterworks sys
tem and the remainder for an electric
light plant
STORM AT BINGHAM
Soecli1 to The HeraldRepublican
Bingham April 3There was a driv
ing storm in Bingham last night and
this morning About a foot of snow
felL Not much damage Is reported
except a few wires are down
JAMES TAGGART NOTIFIED
oPl11 1 to Tho HeraldRepublican
Coalvllle April 3Jamy Tagrgart of
this city had an official netlee today
from United States Marshal Anderson
to be in Salt Lake on April 11 to at
tend the federal court there as a grand
lurlr Mr Taggart expects tl be OH
hand at the time and place named
POSSE OUT AFTER
MURDER SUSPECT
Sheriff and County Attorney
Investigate Killing of War
ren Richardson
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City April 3 Sheriff Joseph
Josephson and County Attorney Kels
Jenson returned late last night from their
investigation of the murder of Warren
Richardson whose body was found with
bullet wound in it at a lonely spot last
Wednesday
Attorney Jenson explained his theory of
the crime as follows
Warren Richardson D Brackenbury
and two other men all of Almo Idaho
left their homes for Kelton on sheep busi
ness Two outfits were taken Richard I
son driving alone and the three other men
In a wagon by themselves When Kelton
was reached the four began drinking I
heavily and continued to drink until
Monday forenoon The party left Kelton
in the afternoon In the same way as they
had come
A number of guns were In the wagons
but these were all put in the wagon In
which Brackenbury was riding A supply
of booze was taken along which was put
in Richardsons wagon and everything
seemed all right Richardson was driv
ing behind and upon reaching a lonely
cutoff road he left the party
Brackenbury using profane language
yelled for him to stop but Instead of
doing so Richardson whipped up his
horses This made Brackenbury angry
and reaching into the back of the wagon
he took a shotgun at the same time re
marking to his companions I will bring
him back I guess I will have to kill
that old fellow Unhitching the team
Backenbury jumped upon one of the
horses and soon had overtaken Richard
son who at that time had stopped
kindled a fire and was apparently pre
paring to camp for the night
What transpired then no one knows
yet Upon examination of the body It
was apparent that the fatal shot had
been fired from close range The load
from the shot gun entered the center of
the mans breast and appeared to ex
tend downward Upon examination of the
ground it was seen that the victim had
staggered a few feet before dropping
deadA
A few rods from the place of shooting
Bra kenbury dismounted from his horse
and let It go loose He then stuck the
shotgun In the ground barrel first A
search was instituted by the sheriffs
party Friday and it was learned that
Brackenbury had been seen wandering
among the hills near the Century mine
The sheriff left the searching party In
charge of competent men and will leave
tomorrow morning for the western part
of the county and again take charge of
the search The sheriff feels confident
that Brackenbury will be captured In a
few days
The strange actions of Brackenbury is
a puzzle to all who know him He was
supposed to be on the best possible terms
with the murdered man Brackenbury Is
a son of former Sheriff E D Bracken
bury of Cassia county Idaho and Is 351
years old He has a wife and two little
children
Richardson was 60 years of age and
leaves a widow and several children
T I Provo Brevities I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo April 3Postmaster Clove has
bought a big fireproof safe
Grover S Anderson the young man
charged with horse stealing who left
Provo Friday while being employed as
a trusty at the county Jail was captured
In Nephl yesterday by the city marshal
and brought to Provo this morning by
Sheriff Judd
The fire department had two calls yes
terday to which it responded with quick
The first was In the afternoon
runs when a fire income baled hay in T L
Evans barn in the Second ward was put
out before the department arrived The
second was about 1030 In the night when
a fire started in a strawstack In J c
Nielsens property at Fifth South on
Seventh West street The firemen soon
had the flames under control
It
MOURNS HIS FIRST CLIENT
William Henry Marlatt went Into the
practice of the law before he was ad
mitted to the bar but the lawyers
union has never objected to him on that
account It was In the summer of 1892
after his graduation from the Yale law
school and before he had been admit
ted to practice In this state that he
found a man in Jail In Lebanon 0
who was playing checkers with his
nose because of a conflict between him
self and the statute relating to horse
stealing Marlatt discovered some ir
regularity In the commitment papers
and started habeas corpus proceedings
which St his man at liberty
They walked out of the courthouse
Into the street where the man asked the
young lawyer to state the amount of
his fee which Information was fur
nished him without delay The man
hadnt the money with him having
been In Jail but he said hed send It
at once
My best advice to you said his
lawyer Is to hotfoot It out of town
as fast as ever you can before the
sheriff gets after you with a new set
of papers
Mr Marlatt replied the man If
God lets me yve until Saturday night
Ill see that you get that money And
he started down the street on a run
They never arrested the fellow but
Marlatt Is certain sure God didnt let
him live because he never sent the
money He just started off on a run
and for all anybodyknows he ran him
self to death However Mr Marlatt
recalls his first experience at the bar
with mingled emotions as he mentions
the fee he earned but never got
Cleveland Leader
A QUAINT INDORSEMENT
J Plerpont Morgan at the recent dio
cesan convention In New York amused
a group of clergymen with a story of a
minister
He was as Ignorant this good man
of financial matters said Mr Morgan
as the average financlei is Ignorant of
matters ecclesiastical
He once received a checkthe first
he had ever got 4n his life and took It
to a bank for payment
But you must Indorse this check
said the paying teller returning It
through his little window
or Indorse IU said the old minister in
a puzzled tone
4 Yes of course It must be Indorsed
on the back
I see1 said the minister And turn
Ing the check over he wrote across the
back of It
I heartily Indorse this check
St Louis GlobeDemocrau

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