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Bf?Uq '"V"" Arrow and Nilro Club tied lined j5
(fcjj cMtctlojJ iliot iliclli open up your pattern to evenly that
tmS ou' ifd Mn "cither get too much nor too little
K, ( A ipcdil tyttcm of wadding gives at 25 ydi. a tprcad equal I
T1' ,0 lnat f n tlandard shell at -)0 ydi. and with greater
H The rtcrl lining firrt h iptnl fJul prffect paOnn.
H Crt boi to-day. Youi lit tkilrr )ii llwm.
B . Try tlxm on pptr tsfjft with yout oM duel gun. I
B Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridga Co.
f 290 Brosdwsy New York City
PHY Of 1EN
I YD HE IM
K UTAH UAH A Hl'ltl'I.US Of MAH-
HL ' ItlAOKAMLi: MAMM,
H rniM)HJuti uf Men to Women In
B HUtn U Atmut Ten to Nine
M , Olrls Wlm VIti ti Marry Cnn lUv
H , Huppllel nnil Tlirrn Will lb
H, Homo lirtt, For Oilier Maidens,
B WABHINOTON, I). C. Oct. 12-
H' -Utah Klrtn who havn notions Hint
H, i tlioy would llko to wed, either In
H f. thn urnr or distant futuro, need not
B & worry about tho supply of men.
B1 J! Thorn nro plenty of them In tftnli
H'l' to supply nil Utah girls, with Homo
K. I loft over for maiden of other
B'l According to n vox distribution
H. J bulletin Just Issued by tho depart-
B mnnt of commorco nnd labor, tho
B .1 Ut of Utah ha 19fl,R63 mnles nnd
Y ,17:, 488 temnlcs In Ita population, or
' n'aroportlfin of llt.CpV cant of
B males to 100 fomnles.
BSSV' Tlil prcpondnrniico of mnles over
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foiimlon In mot marked In tho Pa
cific nnd Mountain divisions of tho
I'nlted Hlntert. In the Pacific dlvl-,
lon the preccntage of limit' la
129.6 to nvory hundred femnloa nnd I
In tliu mountain divUlou It la 127.9.1
Of tho fifty cltU having more
than n hundred thouMtid population
thcru nro twcnty-clght In which tho
male outnumber tho femnloa. In
thlrty-nlno of tho cltlea thn propor
tion of mnlea wna router In 19101
than In 1900, nnd In eleven of thorn
It wna leu. Tho number of mnlea
por hundred fcmnlea wna greatest
In Honttlo (130.2) nnd only slightly
nnt In t'ortlnnd (134.C), Tho pro
portion of mnlea la lowest In Now
Knglnnd, this being tho only geo
graphic division In which there la
only n alight excess of mnlea over
fo inn I os.
Malt Increased mora rapidly than
femnloa In tho United Htntoa from
1900 In 1910. Tho former Increased
21.9 per cent nnd tho latter 20.1
por cent. Of the nggrcgntb urban
population In continental United
Htntoa In 19 10 thoro woro 21,490,
181 mnlea nnd 21,127,201 fmunlcs,
tho number of mnloa por hundred
fcmnlea being 101.7. Of tho itKKrn
gntit rural population, 2M3C.09G
were mnloa nnd 23,612,7X7 were fo-'
mnlea, tho number of mnloa pur huu
drod females being 100.9.
Tho' fact that female nro rela
tively morn numorous In urban thnn
In rural communltloa throughout
C. A. PIERSON ISSUES THIS STATEMENT
IMItur Tim lwti-ni Utah AittiH'ntnt
BSSw Hl'NNYHIIli:, I'tftJi, Oct. H. A rumor Iiim omiio to mo Hint my
BSSw Milttl(-iit tipiMiiiontM nrt iiinUIng tlie talk lluit If I mil olit'tiMl mini-
BSSW. ty rlork of Citrlmn roiinly (on llio ropiibllrnn ticket) that I will
BBW ! nppolnt n deputy to liniutli llio office Mini still rrtiiln my poltlini
BSSm lien. I Mi to Mtito luo.t luuplintlmlly llutt If I nm elifteil I
mIiaII Immeillntely ivslgii my position with tlio IN'iitor nml Itlo
BSS j Ontmlo Itnllruml niiupuny nt Hiiiiiijsldo mid moc with my family
BBSS , to I'rleo. Yiyira truly,
V C. I'll'.IUSON.
the United State exists dosplte the
fart that foreign born white a
class In whlh male nro In the n.a
J(. itjr- are largely concentrated I"
rtiles Tlte relative excoaa of f'
males In the larger eltloa la g n-r
illy -ittrlbiiled to the faet that "'
i as compared with the coiintrj
.iffoids more opportunltlaw for o
ii . ii to find employment, with
1 1 rn ponding greater demand f""
U n.ile IslMir. ,
In the negro population ml'
nre outnumbered by femnlee in
rstlo of M.t to a hundred, Among
thn Chlneae In thla country iiul-i ,
out number female by more hn i
fi.uripon to one, and among the Jul1'
nni'M' by about seven to one Th"
Indian show a small oxeos ot
iiiiile., 103 & to a hundred.
M5W rAUCKLS POST liAW
MAV IIIII.P (.'OOI ItoWiH'
What promise to lie.it greAt It'll1 .
to ahlpper and a boon to tho good
road moement I the now psrcl-1
Ht law which wilt go Into Mfct;
January 1, 1913. Particular in'r
eat la being manifested In the
Ublhdiment of tho first "zona." The
zone, will color a radius of fifty
mile. In this zone tho parcel rs'c
will be flvu conta for tho first
pound nnd thrco cents for ench ad
ditional pound up to nnd Including
No Instructions regarding the ac
tual working of tho now law have
been received nt the local postof
flee, but tho working plnn I ex
pected nlmosl any diy.
Member of tho Postal Progress"
leaguo nre strongly advocating an
I amendment to tho llourno Inw un
der which the zono system would be
eliminated. They nro suggesting a
I flat rate which would bo lower In
i tho flfty-mllu zono thnn tho tone
rate established In tho llourno !'
imhan riiu:rs sytww
in rito.i:. io im.VTit
I HKIIKH CITY, Oct. II. Tho wlfo
, of Verney Mack, chief of police of
'tho Uintah Indian reservation, via
frozen to death In tho canyon last
night. Mnck reported tho death to
Forest Hanger (leorgo A. Klilier
Mnck nnd his wlfo woro featured
at thn recent Utah stnto fair and
cntuo In for constdernblo attention,
Tholr tvepeo In tho horticultural
hall wna tho center of attraction
for visitor. They left Salt Lake
City Monday nnd started overland
to Vernal. For hoiiid reason not
yet known they did not got vory far
on their Journey,
Mack suys that his Miiuaw fell In
to u creek Inst night nnd that ho
fished her out. Hho rolled hertelt
up In blanket by tho ldo of the
crook and wont to sloop. This
'morning she was dond. r-c
AYOIIt HKDATlVi: COUdll flU)l
CINIIS. If you wnnt to contribute directly
to tho occurrence ot capillary bron
chitis nnd pneumonia use cough
medicines Hint contnln codlne, mor
phine, heroin nnd other sedatives
when you hnvo a cough or cold.
An expectorant llko Chamberlnln'a
Cough Itemcdy Is whnt Is nwxlod.
Thut cleans out tho culture beds or
brooding place for tho tonus of
pneumonia nnd other germ dWenao.
Thnt U why pneumonia never re
sults from a cold when Chamber
Iain's Cough Homedy Is used. It
has n world wide reputation for Its
cunts, It contnln no morphlno or
other sedative. For sale by nil
UTAH'S WILD MAN GOES TD THE "HAPPY HUNTING GROUND."
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B- gut, tho crazy lie Indian, probabi)
B ouo of the moat unusual specimens
H oft human exUtunce on tho eoiitln-
K out In the Inst thlrti-ftve year, Is
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BBBBj luj; of huuiun life than Inepegut.
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BBH the top. Whlto settlers remember
K thnt thirty years ngo his habits
Hj waro tho same. Unkempt nnd un-
BBBK ' shorn, ho prosentod a pitiful np-
BBBB poarauc thut is Impossible of do-
BBH scriptlon, Food, consisting of bits
(if meat, bones, ears of corn and
s, ..ip. if lire ;ul, wire thrown to him
as Ir h bad lieen uu animal He
wore nu clothliiK whutever, not oven
a hrteoh eleitt. During the coldest
weather his straggling beard and
hair frose lu the snows and lee that
cm me Into his wickiup.
As many of the Indians tell the
itory of Ineput, more than thirty
winters ago, while on his way from
the Spunlsh Fork emintry to the
Uintah Inrilun roservntlou, ho be
came enraged with his mother and,
In n fit of anger, slew her. Realiz
ing his crime he went Insane. That
Is what Inopegut means, "Insane."
Ilufore that tluio ho was known as
Toomlts, which In tho Uto tongue
meane "winter snows." Whllo tho
Tlui in- I ' -t-'- ''- -'CMaKA-
l ti rrtMiueml mete oui punlsh--nent
fur murder, the f.ui that
Toomlis went lusane protected him,
and during all the ears uliio, the
atrocity he has done pUMine
Many er ago the Indiutu nt
templed to rid the tribe of iuepegut.
'Itiey blindfolded him and in wng-'
on ami on horseback took hlru u
two da)' trip Into the heart of the
Uintah Mountains. They left him
there to perish. It was i,t l0 he.
hen they arrive! home there luy
the crazy Ute. eurle.1 up In his teo
l. He had lieaten them back
Tuesday morning hi brothor.
Prove. Dick, found that he lmd fin
ally departed for the "Jiappy hunt
ing grounds." '
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f J. C. WEETER LUMBER COMPANU
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
3 a New and Complete Line of i
g ENAMELED AND TINWARE .
g Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition I
$6,000.00 STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
Q At Prices That Cannot Be Beaten
I WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY I
PLAN A "TltAVlIt.lNU
HCIIOOI' lOH I'AUMIIItH
To most tho heavy demand from
farmers and othors throughout tho
stnte, seeking .tho benefits to bo de
rived from extension work, tho ex
tension division of tho Agricultural
College of Utah nt Logan is com
pleting nrrangomohta for twenty
four "Farm era' Schools" of a week
duration each. Theso will cover
tho stnto from Cedar City on tho
south to Richmond on tho north
nnd will keep tho extension staff
employed steadily In tho field from
November' 4th, whon tho first meet
ing opens at Codar City, until tho
24th of Mnrch, 1913, whon the last
meeting will bo held nt Castlo date.
Kxpcrta In agriculture, dairying,
stock raising, homo economics, wo
man's work nnd other branches of
country llfo will make up the facul
ty of tho Itinerant school. Kxhlblts
pertaining to the subjects to bo
studlud also will lie taken along.
Ho heavy has been tho demnnd
lately throughout tho stnto for In
struction In these Hint tors Hint tho
college authorities are considering
tho advisability of employing a o
clnl staff of tvnehors and lecturers
to travel constantly, spreading tho
gospel of good husbandry.
list of jcitoits roit tiii:
HIIPTIIMIICU TISILM CO CUT
Following Is tho list ot Jurors
drawn for tho September term of
the district court which convene In
Price, on Monday, October 21st,
Judge Albert II. Chrlstonson presid
ing: Clear Creek Kd Holmnn, Carl
M. Horonsoti, John O. Hill, deorgo
Potorsou, Herman O. Anderson, F.
Castlo (into Andrew Young, Alf
Sprint; (Hon John T. Itowlvy.
Wellington Krnest llranch, W.
H. Hill, H. A. Plnegnr.
Price- Albert Pnce, McCluro Wil
son, Hliuoro Hhlnor, U. (1. Mnthls,
W. J. West.
Hcoflold Victor llaln, J. K. Whn
loti, George A. Oroun.
Bunnysldo Andrew ChrUtonsen,
Abnor Kofford, Kdwnrd Snow, Da
Winter Quarter D. J. Ileese.
Harper Kd. C. I.ee.
Konllworth 1). O. IM wards, Jehu
Hiawatha- John Iletldoe.
Helper II. F. Moss.
TO TlfciT TIIK I.ISOAI.ITV
OF PASMNfi TIIK HAT
NKW VOUKrNV, Oct. It.
Leatlem of the various political imr
tlos here will consult their attor
iifys this week as to the legality of
the practice of iwsslng the hat at
political meetings without making
notes of tho names of the contribu
tor, it wua olmrged today that the
practice Is a violation ot the state
Tho custom ot passing the bat
nt political gatherings was started
by tho socialists. It was taken up
by tho progressives and others In
the prosent oampnlgn.
ALMOST A MIHACI.K.
Omo ot tho most startling changes
over boon In any man, according to
W. II. Holsolaw, Clarendon, Tx
wna offoctcxl yours ngo In his bro
thor, "Ho )ind suoh a dreadful
cough," ho writes, "that all our
family thought he was going Into
consumption, but he began to use
Dr. King's Now Discovery, and was
coruplotoly curod by ton bottles.
Now ho Ih sound and well and
weighs 218 poundB. For many year
our family has usod this wonderful
romody for coubIis and colds with
oxcollont rosult8." It's quick, safe,
reliable and guaranteed, Prlco 60
conts and $1.00. Trial "bottlo frco
at all doalors.
WILLIAM S. DAVIIW DIIIS AT
phovo of cii:.vt:n.fj di:ihlitv
William S. Davles, an old llmo
resident ot Provo, died nt tho coun
ty Infirmary last night from old ngo
nnd general doblllty, mtys tho Provo
Herald ot last Friday. Tho de
ceased wns born In Knglnnd, April
C, 182C. In 1884 ho camo to Utah
nnd lived for four years nt Hcoflold,
Inter moving to Provo whoro ho Jin
resided over since.
In 1888 ho married Mrs. Francos
Cnrtor, who died In 1908. Hovoral
children, all of whom aro In Wales,
PHOVO, Oct. 14. -Director F. 11.
Now oil of thn United States reclam
ation sorrlco Is hero to li.
Strawborry Irrigation prfc
has gono over tho lines ot &
cct, which has for Hi t
bringing of wnter from tti
river through tho Prowr
tho Irrigation of I'tih mp
Halt Lako county landi.
Nowoll oxprctscs hlmitt
sldcrlng this ono ot the W
octa In tho country
IT LOOKS LIKK A 03
to scparato a boy froo i)
Uucklon's Arnica Salt. E
plea, bolls, scratches, kswh,?
and bruises demand lt,ult
Hot for burns, scalds or mi
right. Keep II handy for kn
girl. Heals ovcrytbltc U
and doc It quick. Viq&
piles. Only 20 conts Ui3 it
J Cullfcrt L. Olson. Kminett If, MIks,
C President. Vlco Pre, and Or. I
, N. 1. Hcnmouiil, Seo'y nnd Trens.
Eastern Utah Realty . Coup
IKMtln OpiMirttinltirr Offcrtil In IJiMoni Utsli.
Wi: IIUY AND HKM, ItANUIIIM AND 1'AIt.M MNDS A'DW
LAND HI:CUIIITI1, CITY IX)Trt AND lllll)lCCl
Money Unned, Titles Abstracted. Examined nnd PerfKttO
rsoUry Work Dono. Insurance Written. Wrlto for lifwstf
to Olson &. Searaount, Prlco.
The growth -of our Shoe j
Business is abundant proof
that our stores are honest !
and dependable. We sell
shoes that arc better and dif
ferent from others. If you
are looking for a good, me-
dium-price shoe, look no fur
ther. Come here and we'll
fit you. This season's right j
shapes in weights to please, j
Wasatch Store Co.
Storoa at Suanysldo, Caatlo fJato, Wlntor Qua" "l
I Cloar Crook. 2
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