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VOL VINO 129 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 9 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS
COURTE3ES
EXTENDED
BY JAPS I I
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To San Francisco Citizens
on Board Flagship of
Admiral Ijichi
Snn Francisco May SRlnr Ad
miral Ijichi and the officers of tho
cruisers Aso and Soya returned today
the courtesies extended them during
the past week by the citizens recep
tion committee representing the civic
and commercial bodies of San Francis J
co when from 2 to 5 oclock this after
noon over 700 representative busi I
ness and professional service men of
this city augmented by 100 lending
Japanese residents were tendered a I
reception on board tho Japanese flag
ship Aso Tho vessel was appropri J
ately decorated for tho occasion and
nn oriental program of entertainment I
was offered by the AEOS band and bj
members of the warships crow The
program Included Japaneso music I
hvord dances and a Japrncsc comedy I
drama In all of which the performers
were sailors from tho two Japanses
training ships Light refreshments
completed tho afternoons hospitality
which will bo long remembered by
the occidental guests to whom an op
portunity was thus given to be pres
ent nta truly Japanese festival A
similar reception will be held tomor
row afternoon also on board the Aso
where GOO prominent Japanese from
San Francisco and the trans bay cities
and towns will be given an elaborate
return for the welcome extended by
them to their visiting seafaring coun
trymen
The Japanese admiral gave a small
Hk > nor tonight on board his llagslilp
to Rear Admiral Swinburne Governor
CJlllctt Mayor Taylor James McNab
of the Chamber of Commerce General
Weston commander In chief of the de
partment of California A S Stratton
collector of the port James Rolphla
president of the Merchants Exchange
John P Irish naval officer of the port
John A MacGregor of thc lnlon Iron
Works 11 H North commissioner of
immigration Japanese Consul Jon teal
M Nogai United Slates Attorney
Jlobcrt T Devlin and Arthur M
Briggs president of the state board of
trade
SIX WINNERS SHOW DAZZLING
SPEED AT CHURCHILL DOWNS
Louisville Ky May 8Slx races
were run at Churchill Downs this aft
ernoon and In each event flic track
record was broken which establishes
a worlds record as a similar perform
ance never before occurred on any
raco track
Each of the six winners showed daz
zllug speed and the finishes were close
In the majority of the events The
most notablo record shattered was In
the last race when Bollevlew ran a
mile and a quarter In 20C lr which
is a twentieth of a second faster than
the time mode by LIcuL Gibson tho
derby winner on May 3 1900
Turf stars record of 17 1D for half
mile broke tho mark of M7 31 mado
by Autumn Leaves on April 30 1901
In the third race Jeff Bernstein won
by a nose In Ill 2fi for three quar
ters of a mile and Miami heat Arcltto
nt a mile and a sixteenth In the fourth
raco the Clark handicap This lower
ed tho Minks record made on May
27 1008
BRAVERY OF WOMAN IN REV
OLUTION IS COMMEMORATED
Now York May SThe bravery of
Margaret Corbin thefirst woman to I
I tako n soldiers part In tho war for
American Independence and tho glory
of Fort Trlon one of tho outer works
of Fort Washington will bo commoru
orntcd by a largo bronze tablet which
Is to ho unveiled on the site of tho
old fort during the HudsonFulton eel
ebratlon this fall
Margaret Corbin was the wife of a
Pennsylvania private and during the
attacks of the Hessians on the outer
works of Fort Washington she re
loaded ono of tho cannons in Fort
r Trlon many times Tho battle was
nearly over when both she and her
husband wore killed The tablet Is
presented by C K G Billings 1 whoso
line stable of trotting homes Is now
located on tht site o the fort on up
per Manhattan Island I
NORTH OGDEN NOTES
North Ogden turned out yesterday
over sixty hands stiong with a dozen
teams and picks shovels crowbars
ccrapers and wagons galore and put
In the day In a general cleaning up
of tho public grounds near the meet
ing house and also tho ball park to
tho north west Including ploughing I
down and scraping necessary to mako
tho rough places smooth While this
was In progress tho Relief society was
preparing dinner for the crowd All
I
had plenty and the proverbial twelve
baskets were ken up
Tho days work closed with a dance I
In the evening In which all the work
ers participated An abundance of Ice
cream and cake was furnished by the II
young ladies
Tho county hoard of health met
I yesterday at 10 a m in the rooms
of the county commissioners All
I members present except members
from the Sixth and Seventh wards
also County PhysIcian T W PIdcock
with Oscar r Marten presiding
The matter of reor nnzatlon of the
board was then token up Oscar B
Madscn was elected chairman and B
F Blaylock of North Ogden secretary
Reports were then given in from the
various districts showing that san
itary conditions were good in tho coun
ty except some complaint of befoul
ing of the waters In the district and
some unpleasant experiences on the
rivers west of Ogden
Scarcely any contagion exists in the
county and hut few deaths have oc
curred since last meeting
The hoard adjourned at noon to
meet with the county physician at 2 I
p m to conduct an experimental test
of fumIgators I
Tho largest funeral ever held In
North Ogdon without excoption was
held May third over the remains of
Thomas Alma Woodfield son of John
Woodfleld and Rachel Roylance who
died suddenly of heart failure Mays I
It was tho first occasion since Its erec
tion thai It has been necessary to use
the gallery of our large meeting
house to accommodate a funeral
gathering The contributions of flow
ers was profuse and beautifully ar
ranged The services were presided
over by Counsellor James Storey
The music was furnished by the ward
choir under the direction of Charles
Storey with Ivey Halley as organist
Remarks were made by Ceo H Brown
Samuel Montgomery Chas II Green
well Levi Hammond David C Shupe
and Bishop James Ward Interspersed
with a quartet 0 My Father by k
G Barrett William M Ellis Rebecca
Smith and Diana Hadley with accom
paniment by Amanda Ellis Solo
After by A G Barrett with organ
accompaniment by Myrtle Barker and
Just Beyond the Vale by Mrs A R
C Smith
The speakers all spoke of tho ex
empUiry life of the deceased of his
modest unasumlng nature yet staunch
and unwavering for the right and of
his Indefatigable labor among tho peo
plo as a member of tho finance com
mittee In tho erection and furnishing
of our new ward building
The opening prayer was offered by
Bishops Counsellor N H Barker and
tho benediction was offered by M N
Reynolds
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Agreeable Friends
Animals aro such agreeable friends
thoy auk noquestions they pass no
critlciems George Eliot
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BASEBALL I
Sunday May 9th
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Salt Lake League team
This Is tho Salt Lake team which defeated tho
last Sunday in Salt Lake and U the Ogden League team of last year
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DIAMONDS IN
CORN AND
BEANS
fin IdfieJd Family Finds Two
Stones in Dish of
Succotash
Goldfield Nov May STo dia
mond earrings estimated to bo worth
f 125 each were found In n dish of suc
cotash by 3Ir and Mrs Ray Robinson
of Goldtlcld while at their evening
meal on Thursday night Tho corn
and beans In cons were bought of a
local storo some months ago at a bar
gain sale On Thursday a can of
string beans and a can of corn were
mndo Into succotash and served Mr
Robinson bit Into a stone took It
from his mouth and to his amazement
found It to be a diamond At the same
time another member of the family
chewed upon a gold mounting The
dinner was broken up and the family
began panning tho succotash for moro
diamonds and the mate to tho first
btoito was found
WEBER ACADEMY NOTES
The Academy Dramatic club made
Its fifth and last appearance in Hunts
vlllo last Saturday evening before a
largo and appreciative audience Tho
performance was for the benefit of the
Huntsvllle public library
The Misses Lila Ecclcs Beatrice
Brewer Lillian Wright Norma Scare
and Alberta Wright are spending the
weekend III Logan I
On Friday morning ProCm
Stewart of tho state normal school
Miss Birch nnd about fifty senior nor
mals visited the academy Prof
Stowart addressed tho students In de
votional and cn leaving expressed to
Principal McKendrlck his surprise at
the size equipment and progress of
tho academy The choir especially
received many favorable comments
from Prof Stewart and others Among
those in the party were George En
sign an academy alumnus and Miss
Georgia Young who graduated with
an M A and Miss Lois Wallace who
gets her B A at tho university this
spring
The official Invitations for com
mencement week will ho out soon and
will contain the entire weeks pro
gram
The catalogue and program for 1309
1910 are soon to be published
Tho faculty has chosen Fred Jen
sen as valedictorian for tho senior
class This choice Is highly applaud
ed by tho class and by tho school In
general
Miss Lucy Van Colt commences her
domestic science demonstration course
tonight at 730 In the academy kit
chen
Tho gas apparatus and fixtures aro
being installed In the laboratories and
domestic science department
OfiDEN PLAYS
SALT LAKE I
TODAY
WILL BE FIRST GAME FOR OGDEN
THIS YEAR
Great Game Expected Between Crack
Team From Zion and Dad
Glmllno Bunch
Iho Salt Lake ball team will play
the Ogden team at tho Fair giounds
today at 315 p ra This should bo
a good game and will bo thu first
game for Ogdon this year
Hummel will pitch for Ogden and
Hall or White for Salt Lake Lumley
will catch for Ogdon Hanson on
third McCounoll second base Gimlin
will be In center and Ola Bluth In
right field
This Is tho same Salt Lake team
which won from the league team last I
Sunday In Salt Lake The grounds
are In fine shape and a great game
Is expected
I
DEATH OF CACHE
COUNTY PIONEER
William D Hcndrickc Closes Long Life
I of Usefulness at Richmond
I Richmond May 8 = William D lion
drlcks one of Cache county oldest
I and most prominent pioneers closed
a long life of activity and usefulness
I last night at his home In Richmond
of debility Incident to old age in his
80th yoar
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WESTON LEAVES TOPEKA
I Topeka May Sthlvard Payson
Westou reached Topexa at 12 HO to
I day on lily traiiBContlnontal Journey
oh fool and was greeted by an 1m
munso crowd He rested a half hour
I ale a light lunch and men resumed
his journey He Is tiiaklng throe and
a half miles an hour and Buys he Is
feeling line The roads are muddy
from thiu mornlugH rain but Woston
expects to much Wamego 2S miles
from Tonohu by nightfall
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FRUIT SHIPMENTS
GRADUALLY INCREASING
I
Fruit shipments from California aro
gradually Increasing as the season
advances and from four to six trains
I nro now being cent east from Ogden
every twentyfour houra over the Un
ion Pacific Part of these eastern
shipments arrive over tho Southern
Pacific and part over tho San Pedro
route The shipments of green veg
etables and fruits are comparatively
light at present but elaborate ar
rangements havja been made to
handle those III aMt tolumo as soon
as they arc ready for eastern mar
kets
BEAUTifUL
COUNTRY
oPENS
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To Settlers in Northern
Wyoming I in Shoshone
Irrigation Project
Washington May S Large nreas
of valuable farmjjic Jandg In ono of
the most bcaullfm valleys oTtho west
a region described by the government 1
experts as of wonderful scenic grand
eur of exceeding fertility and free
from tornadoes blizzards or other severe
1
vere storms will be opened to set
I
tiers on Ma > fc22
Tho lands are situated In the Shos I
hone irrigation project which eventual I
ly will reclaim 150000 acres east of
the Yellowstone National park In nor
thern Wyoming The farms are to bo
offered for settlement under tho home
stead law subject to the charge of ac
tual cost of supplying ulor to the
land which has been fixed at 4G per
acre payable in not more than ten an I I
nual installments with no interest re
quirement The settler however will
bo required to pay annually 1 per
acre for the operation and mainten
ance of the Irrigation system
The engineering features are of un
usual Interest Just below tho Junc
tion of the north and south forks tho
Sho hone river flows through a can
yon of solid granite with almost per
pendicular walls several hundred feet
high In tho narrowest portion of which
tho government Is constructing an Im
posing dam which it Is said will ex
ceed In height every structure of its
kind In the world It is only 85 feet
wide on the bottom and 200 feet long 1
on top but its height is 3281 foot or I
IS feet higher than tho Flatiron
building In New York The reset
volr formed by this dam will cover
an area of ten square miles to a depth
of seventy feet and will contain suf
ficient water to cover I5GOOO acres
of land one foot In depth
EVANSTON NOTES
The Tlmea Evanston Wyo
Frank Love formery employed by
Blyth Fargo but who left his posi
tion about a year ago and wont to
Ogden has returned to tho city and
is now at his old post of duty suc
ceeding II C Hanson Mr Love nar
rowly escaped serious Injury in a
gasoline explosion on Tuesday anil
facetiously remarks that It was a
hot reception accorded him back to
our city
iMIss Emma Hcrschler formerly a
resident of this city and who left
Ogden several months ago in cornI
pony with MasS C IT Gosling for a
tour of Chhlna Japan and Manila
has returned to Ogden after a most
pleasant Journey
MrsFred Sepplch and family left
last Saturday for Ogden where Mr
Sopilch has jiurghasod a barber
hop
I UNIONS SPECIALLY INVITED
The following unions have been es
pecially Invited to attend the First
I Presbyterian church this cvenlug I
Carpenters and Joiners Tyiiogrnphlcal
Electrical Workers Hrewor unl Bot
I tlers Hod Carriers Tinners and She t
l Workers Tho services will commence
r at S and a special musical piogram
IrtiB been prepared Tlio theme of tho
sermon will bo The Great Labor
Question of the Day with its partic
ular bearing upon the workers of Og
den
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Put butter In a bowl and work with
a wooden spoon until tho butter IB Qf I
a soft creamy com llItelcr Should
buttermilk txuilo u tiould ba I
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fRENCMAN
TOOl TE
MEASURE
Of Twelve Competitors in
firuelling Marathon Race
at Polo Grounds
New York May 8Grnnd Interna
tional Marathon distance 25 miles
I 385 yards for a purse of 10000 Fif
teen starters first seven to finish to
Bhart In prizes 5000 to first 2000
to second 1200 to third etc Attendance
I
tendance 20000
I In a gruelling race In tho course of
which runner after runner collapsed
I only to stumble on again with almost
superhuman effort to the end Henri
SU Yves the Htocky little Frenchman
who jumped into fame a month ago to
dty took the measure of twelve com
petitors In au International Marathon
hold at the Polo grounds and romped
home a winner by tho hnndsomo mar
gin of five lapd or five bixths of a
mile
John Svanhorg of Sweden finished
second after cue of the pluckiest up
hill fights over witnessed on the run
ning track and Ted Crook an unknown
runner from Now England staggered
over the tape In third place thus earn
ing a measure of glory for America
The once mighty Dorando finished
sixth his many halts In tho latter
part of tho race proving too great a
handicap for him to overcome at the
end Tho fourth and fifth men Fred
Simpson tho Indian and Fred Apple
by tlio English entry plodded their
patient way to tho end as did Clbot
the French six day runner who fin
ished seventh John D Marsh the
Canadian entrant after running sec
ond to St YVOB for fifteen miles gave
iin In Iho twentyfifth mile
Tom Morrisssey of Yonkers only re
cently turned professional collapsed
utterly In the sixteenth mile and had
to bo carrletl from tho field but Pat
White and Mat Maloney running for
Ireland Loultf Ornheo running for
Fninqe and Felix Carvnjal for Cuba
ploddfccLoj doggedly to the end
St Yves time 214 03 was almost
four minutes nlower than the mark set
by him In the Marathon derby of a
month ago The pace at which tho
fIrst ten mile were run however
vas much laster than that which
characterized former events of this
kind the five miles being negotiated
in 27 minutes 5G seconds and the ten
miles in 5G 02
The race brought to the Polo
grounds a crowd of nearly 20000 en
thusiastic people The weather was
Ideal At the crack of tho pistol
Marsh took the lead and SL Yves was
edging him Htrlde for stride tho lit
tle Frenchman pattering on like a
steady Shetland pony never more than
a few feet behind tho Canadian
MOTION CALENDAR I
The following motions were heard
In district court yesterday morning
W J Rosovcar vs Southern Paci
fic company demurrer Continued
F Browning xs C S Murphy mo
tion for now trial Continued
Emilldo Colalaunl vs Central Coal
Ii Coko company motion to remove
Continued
Jennie Ferguson vs John M For
gotten motion to slrlkl Continued
George Down vs Union Pacific rail
road company motion for new trial
Submitted and denied
W J Taylor vs Fred Howard mo
tion to retax Granted
Cclcstla L Shlpp vs Walter O
Shipp motion to bet aside Injunction
Granted
Ezra J Vardlo by guardian VB
Ralph E Hog motion to dismiss ac
tion To be tried before anothor
judge
Pioneer Land Ii Irlrgatlon Co vs
E T Woolley motion to dissolve at
tnchuicnt To bo tried before another
judge
Rosina Mole vs J C Bowman et
al citation Continued ono week
Johnson County Savings bank vs
Adam L Peterson demurrer Contin
ued to Monday next
Hamilton Brown Shoe company vo
Adam L Peterson demurrer Con
tinued to Monday
PRICES DIAMONDS AND
PEARLS TO BE INCREASED
Now York May S Because of the
demand of the west and southwest for
precious stones the prices of diamonds
and pearls nro to he increased soon
Prosperity Iii those sections Is credit
I ed by the Maiden Lane dealers with
causing thom to do more ban 100 per
rout moro business In precIoiiK stones
last April than during tho same month
last your A loading Importer IH quot
ed HH raying that as soon as the tariff
question IB set tlcil there will be an
incrouBe In Iho price of diamonds at
least
LIEUT COMMANDER
WALKER VERY ILL
los Angolos Cnl May S Lieuten
ant Commander Jamos tJ Walker IF
S N who 1 olt Situ Francisco two
woe led ago on route for Washington D
C Is kjuflerliig from a severe attack
of IIITOI trouble at the Pacific hOi
nltaJ hojo AVnlker registered at a
iirnmluuiit liQlol April 25 and had ip
I wrently boon in the best of health up
to thn early part of this week On
Tuesdcy ho became quite 111 and was
removed to I lie hospital where the
docloraHay he will probably have to I
1
T
r stay several days Lieutenant Com
mander Walker won on his way to
Washington from Agana Guam where
lie succeeded Commander Tausslg as
territorial governor some months ago
FILIAL DEVOTION
COSTS HER HER LIFE
Chicago May SFihiah devotion I
coat Mrs Orlando P Bassott her life
While ill In Hot Springs Va Mrs1
Basactt hastened to Chicago three
I weeks ago because It was believed that
her aged mother Mrs Mary E An
drews was precariously 111 at a hos
pital She wont Immediately to tho
bedside of her mother but was BO
Ill that aho wag forced to remain in
tho hospital AS a patient
Iess than a week later Mrs Das
setts mother was sufficiently recov
ered to bo removed to her homo In
Berwyn Mrs Bassetls condition
however grew rapidly worse and
death camo last Thursday It was
caused tho physIcians paid by trop
ical Intestinal fever a disease which
IB very rare and for which she wna
being treated apparently aucccsHfuI
ly at Hot SpriugH
SALOON WILL OPEN IN
A DRY COUNTY
Brazil Ind May 8 Nicholas Pow
ers Is preparing to open a saloon hero
despite tho fact that tho county voted
dry last Tuesday Powers had prev
iously attacked a remonstrance by
which Uio saloons were ousted from
tho city
Judge Fortune of Terre Haulo de
cided that tho remonstrance was Im
properly flIed and granted Powers a
license Tho court also ruled that ho
had a right to grant a saloon license
In a county that had voted dry
DAILY STATE
JOURNAL
SOLD
A R BOWMAN PURCHASES EN
TIRE PLANT AND BUSINESS
Intends Enlarging Paper and Plant
and to Get Out UptoDate Paper
In Near Future
A R Bowman brother of B R Bow
Tnanprctjdenl of the WnBnlchErut
lug company yesterday afternoon
closed the deal for tho purchase of tho
Dally State Journal of this city Tho
entire plant and business has boon
purchased and the next issue of the
paper which will bo tomorrow will be
sent out under his direction and man
agement
Mr Bowman is a young man of ex
cellent attainments in the newspaper
business end will no doubt make a
success of the present undertaking
lice stated last opening that ho had In
mind the enlargement of the paper anl
tho factilltles for publishing It within
a very short time having in view the
Idea of getting out an uptodate news
paper
Mr Bowman took an option for tho
purchase of the paper about ten da s
ao It beln ggeuorally understood at
that time that tho plant would be pur
chased by him The option was good
until May 11 but he decided to take
charge of the business before that
tlmo In accoidance with which the
final transaction was consummated
yesterday afternoon It Is understood
that tho political policy of the paper
hereafter will lie Democratic
ITALIAN BACKED OUT OF
MATCH WITH ROLLER
Wilwaulcee Wis May SLeo Par
tlello the Italian tonight backed out
of the finish wrestling match with Dr
B F Roller of Seattle Dr Roller
then attempted to throw tho Italian
twice in thirty minutes but failed
Dr Roller secured only ono fall and
that in sixteen half minutes by a re
verse Nelson hold Pardello wrestled
entirely on tho defensive and several
times crept or ran off the mat
Dr Roller has tho record of with
standing tho proess of Frank Gotch
37 55 In hIM match with the worlds
champion this being the best record
of any of Gotchs oppoueuts since the
champion returned from Europe
TWO MORE CASES OF
SMALLPOX DISCOVERED
Nairobi British East Africa May S
Tho Roosevelt expedition Is still in
camp on tho ranch of Sir Alfred Peaso
at a point near Machakoe All the
I members of the party are well
It Is reported that two more cases
of smallpox have been discovered
among tho porters of the expedition
Mr Roosevelt will proceed to Geo
McMillans Join ranch some time be
tween May II and May 20 lie will
bo accompanied by P II Porclval a
brother of Major Porclval ono of tho
assistant game wardens and C D II1H
a settler
UTAH PATENTS
Granted this week Reported by C
A Snow Co patent attorneys
Washington D CJ J Tanner Clo
vet Rotary engine For copy of above
patent send 10 cents In postage
hlamps with date of this paper to C A
Snow Co Washington D C
HUSBAND OF BERTA MILLS
ASKS FOR A DIVORCE
St Joseph Mo May SSult for
divorce from Borla Mills of Now York
I fctar of Tile Queen of ho Moulin
I Rouge company was flied here today I
by Frank J Davy her husband a
railroad man of Los Angeles Doer
lion is tho charge
i Mrs Dave formerly was soloist In
n local church
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QUAKES ARE
STRONG AT
MESSNA
Two Hundred Thirteen
Shocks Registered Since
last December
Rome May SSlnce the great earth
quake of December scarcely a day I
has passed without shocks more or
loss strong being felt at Messina Beg
glo and surrounding districts have also It
I felt dally shocks The observatory 1
In the Camabrlan earthquake zone
has registered from December 28 last I
up to date 213 shocks
Since the former date there have 1
been no shocks strong enough to tim 1
stroy buildings Tottering walls have I
been overthrown but there has boon 1
practically no loss of life since tho I
day of tlic great disaster
1
BARONESS ION HUTTON
AUTHOR OF PAM DIVORCED
Rome Slay STho Baroness von
Hutton has been divorced The do i
erco was granted to her husband to 1
day by a Gorman court on tho ground
of desertion There is no alimony and 1
tho baroness Is permitted to see her
children for ono month each year
Baroness von Hutton who Is the
famous author of Pam and other
novels has been living at the Hotel
Quirinal hero all winter with Mrs Rid
dle her mother I
Before her marriage the baroness
wns Miss Betsy Riddle one of tho I
smartest girls of the Erie Pa smart I
set a niece of the late Thomas Scott
president of tho Pennsylvania rail
road
Tho baroness told her friends that
the disagreement and divorce were
due to her avtistlc temperament r
Tho real trouble la that Freddy Is
too good she added ir he only baa H
ono small viceS like smoking for In
stance I could almost tolerate him
out ho really Is too good
ii iNSTALL i 1 I
A WATR
SYSTEM
OGDEN CAPITALISTS TO ENGAGE
IN WATERWORKS ENTERPRISE
Little Town of Ephraim Decides Upon
Upt Date System to Be Con
structed in Near Future
Ogden capitalists are about to en
gage In the waterworks enterprise at
Ephraim a little city In Sanpete couu
ty The people there have recently ar i
rived at the conclusion that an upto
date waterworks system should bo In
stalled and to that end tho Kphralm
council has determined to install a
plant It Is anticipated that the sys
tem will bo installed there la the near
future
iAthough tim plans of the Ogden com
pany are still in ombyro it Is given
out that the system will he Installed
If certain conditions are met by the
Ephraitn people One idea entertained
is that tho citv after a certain length
of time will be given the privilege
of purchasing the plant It Is expected
that the matter will ho brought to n
final conclusion wlLhiii a very short
time
PAYS FOR MEAL HE ATE
THIRTEEN YEARS AGO
New York May S Rudolph I
Schwartz walked into a wellknown
restaurant In Nassau street late yes
terday and paid thirty cents for a
meal Ito had eaten thirteen years
At that time ho was fourteen years
old and on his way to take a steam I
er to Germany Ho stopped in the
restaurant and after tlnlshing his
meal rushed out without thinking to i
pay his check As he did not know
the name of the restaurant he was I
unable to send the amount but when
he arrived yesterday ho wont to tho 1
restaurant and paid what ho owed
VIOLATE IS FAVORITE FLOWER
FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Milwaukee Wis May jtTho school H
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children oC Wisconsin havo voted to
determine which jOiould bo tholr favor
ite flower There were four entries I
tho violet vlld rose wator lily and
trailing urbulur I
Iho violet loft the others at tIme
post as it were Tlio wild rose ap
parently camo in second mite water
lily third and the arbutus way be
hind
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