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BnS r.OB TWO TUB HIV, PIUCK, tTUl K BIlV I HID.W " TTTTr R . lltH
i ' Madsen Mercantile Co.
B SCOPIELD, UTAH.
B i Hay, Grain and Farm Products
.? : At Wholesale.
B ' '"-i ' firir :.iw'i.vi i.'
H Get Our Prices On Carload Lots For
H I ; Delivery Anywhere In Eastern Utah
H I i Pruits in Season.
H $ i Beef, Pork and Veal.
I J i GET IN THE GAME
IKl i i'l4 S c baseball season Is on. You need
: ,j something In this line. You can get it
Jfl here. Everything necessary from the ball ''
pp- jiS 1 to the uniform. Our prices are right. ;;!
Bg,. WEETER LUMBER CO. ;;'
H V -
Hf!' 'jf I Tho High Efficiency
H (I COAL.
H1 j.H Oovt. Equivalent, 2104 Pounds.
B . I 2 Unequalled (or Storage
K -3 win Not Black-
HB " 9 Dtt of Btoamlng nnl Healing
H m Qunllllcs.
K J ' IndepciddeNt Coal 5 Coko Co.
H 2 Mines at cKnllworth, Utnh.
f , X I Gen. Offices, Walker Hunk Hldg.
j I , fl bai,t UAKB CITY.
H 1 mn i mum mini ik
i NORTHERN !!
H j m Everything Flrst-ClaM and
H9 i M Up-to-Dat.
H , i rS , . Courtcoui nml Fair Treatment '
Mj ( -' to
Hj f AGKERMAN & FORD H
Bj i ill
K , i KinmifHimi n-hh-t
Hji ' 1 J . A. McGEE
B i ' j . M Attorney-nt-Lnw
B ,); Iglla-Honomo Mock, I'rloe, Utnh.
H ,if FERDINAND ERICKSEN
Hr if lawyer
H I M9 Judge Hldg. Snlt Lake City
flHi I fa 'muel A- Kln Claud U King
:B ' 7' .ING&KING
H , 1 ATTORNEYS
B Si mmorclnl Illock, Salt I.nko City.
'fl' 'I II. FRYE
HjV ' fi Attorney-at-Law
BflB PIHCE. UTAH
SB ' vl Hoom G, Bllvagnl Illock
BBkB l' wl Complete stock of typewriter pa-
nSa Hi m I 1r. leg! backings, tytKjwrltcr rib-
nBSBBalfl'' W )n BnJ carbons. Mnll orders glv
itj tlj i prompt attention and filled tho
BBBmB ?. f day received. Bait Lako City
,9BflSM Tf 'u-- Address, The Bun, Price,
PQL06E0RGI HAS i
HEARING AT INI
lli:iil Tt DIHTHHT COUltT IN
TIIIIKi: TIIOL'HAM) UONDH.
Clmrjcnl With Attrtnpt to Mtmli-rl
I: U. HkUrlj. Imluxtrlnl Ap-ril I
Tor Kcrrrul Cftrixin County MIih-h i
ArrumM Konnrrly In Mitrmi'
tllo lluHlnr nt Hcoflclil. I
nnKorlos rologcorgl, chnrged
with nssnult with Intent to murder
Itflonldns a. Bkllrls. Industrial ngnot
for soviirnl Carbon county . coal
companies and tho Denver nnd Itlo,
Urondo nnd Wettern I'nclflc rail
roads, on April Gth, was bound aver
to tlu district court at Halt l.ako
City Inst Wednesday nt tho conclu
sion of his prollmlnnry lienrlnK be
fore Judgo ItoKcrs of th criminal
division of tho city court In de
fault of it bond of thre) hundred
dollars sot by the court, I'oloneorgl
wus remanded to tho custody of tho
sheriff to nwnlt trial I'ologoorst
Is accused of shootlnn nnd strloui
ly woundliiR Kkllrls, In opening tho
case. Attorney Samuel A. Klui;, rep
resentliiK tho defendant, Intimated
that tho defense would show that
I'ologcorgt did not possess nor own
the Kin with which tho shooting
was done and likewise the gun was
in reality drawn by Skllrls.
Bkllrls was tho first witness to
tako tho stand. Ho testified tlmt
ho mot I'ologenrgl nt First Bouth
und Main streets at Salt Iiko City,
and thnt together they walked north
on Main to hto Co-Op furniture
store, in front of which tho shoot
ing took place. i
"While wo were stnndlng In front
of tho furniture storo," wild Bkllrls,
"I'ologeorjil, nftor talking for sev
eral minutes, dollborately drew a!
I gun nnd, holding It beneath u paiier'
I was reading, fired no eshot. Tho i
hot struck me In tho chost nnd I
grappled with him. Then .ecoml
shot was fired, but mined mo. Fin
ally I succeeded In getting n firm
hold on tho gun nnd held It until
paisersby ami tho police arrested
On tho cross examination, Attor
ney King closely questioned Bkllrls
regarding his past ncqualntanco
nnd dealings with I'ologeorgl nnd
completed tho cros examination
with thl dlreet question "Are
you positive that you did not draw
tho gun yourself?" Bkllrls replied
that ho was. Other witnesses called
were B. It. Kimball, n real estato
dealor. Dr. A. J. Murphy, Patrolmen !
I.con Mnyhuo nnd II I). Huntsman,
B. I). Anthony, n city fireman, II. ,
W. Plokcrlng, u roportor, nnd J. F. .
Squires. These wltnecses tostlflel
as to hearing tho shots nnd witness
ing tho struggle between 3kllrls
und hli asjnllant Tho patrolmen
testified that nftor they arrested
I'ologcorgl ho confessed to shooting
Bkllrls nnd sdmlttod tho ownership I
of tho gun.
Skllrls is well known throughout
Carbon county by reason of his con
nection with several coal companies)
and tho Denver and Rio Orande
'railroad. He owns a big tract of
land ud considerable water stock
! EXERCISES HELD
Ihitohth Aiti: of mmr omn;it
Ihirrnlnuivnto Scniinn Drlltrt-nl It)
1 Hev. (. C Hnrtzlrr iif the Mclli-
!nlUt Oiiiirli N'ext Yrnr'n I'nc
till) Helcclwl Armlrnilc Ynir t
Open In Soptctnlier.
Price ncadrmy eomnienetment ox
erln'j woro hold last Silndny and
Monday evenings In tho presence of
large und appreciative nudlen"
The bnccnlaurento service wns lirld
on Bundny evening at thu MethotlUl
j church. This ncrvlco wns In chnrgi'
of Hev (' C Hartilcr, who preach
ed n cry nblo sormon on the text
I "I am como thnt thoy might have
j life and that they may have. It more
I abundantly" Tho ncadimy chorus
ivery beautifully rendered the chorus
"Prnlso Yo tho Father Miss Hel
one Ilenney gnvo a vocal solo Tho
exercises on Monday evening orc
'of high order throughout Kach
I number was well prepared nnd well
given After tho march of tho choir
and graduates, the first number on
ithc program, a piano solo, was ren
dered by With West
Following the Invocation by Hev
I.. A Jones, an oration was dollxor
ed by David Jones, his subject be-
.Ing, "Tho Companionship of Hooks '
I Juno Chrlstoffcrson delivered nn or
ntlon on 'Tho Icndorshlp of Kdu
'cated Men," nnd Jamc Pland sn
i"Bclf Control." All three orations
wero splendid both In thought nnd
i delivery. Tho "June Bong" was
well rendered by tho nendemy chor
us, nnd Myrtlo Clnrko sang very
benutlfully "In tho Time of the
i Hoses." A violin selection was
given by Mrs. 1.. A. Jones.
Dr. K. h. Mills or Bait I.nko City
was present and gavo somo tcry
timely remarks on tho relation cf
Prlco academy to the Methodist
I church. Also on Its relation to this
community nnd state. He pointed
out what It would mean for Prlco
to becomo known as nn educntlonnl
town, and how It would attract tho
i best class of people Ho said that
tho schools wero n community's
I richest asset nnd that Prlco ncad
otiiy wns perhaps tho biggest adver
tiser for this town over tho state.
, After tlieso remarks diplomas
were presented In the ncademlc de
partment to June Chrlstoffcrson.
David Jones nnd James Pland, nnd
In the preparatory departmtnt to
Kcbcccn Jcnivjolme, Carina Keith,
William Wright, Thomas Nash, Her
bert Nash, Wallace Young, Bcott
lse und loah Banfnrd.
i Announcement was mado that
i next jenr's faculty had been select
ed, nnd that the next ncndcmle year
would open on September 7th. Af
ter tho singing of "Amorlca" by tho
I "ongrcgatlon, tho benediction wns
pronounced by Dr. Mills.
Uh for Anthologies.
Thu tnlsta) o is In thlnklnc that sll
poetry Is for all readers. On the con
trary tho realm of poetry I as wide
i as tho world, for tho very reason that
Mch man may find there Just what
. ha needs nnd leave the rest. Tho
I thing Is to discover the poetry that
woo meant for us, and perhaps tho
host way to do that Is (n turn over tho
pages of sone wtll-niiiUo selection,
nnd see where our nyos get caught
1 and held. -Illchard I" Oalllcnnp.
AYERILL SOME mcllCR
M In lit ml mill tin- Pilco Aggregation
Piny Koine flood Ihill.
About seventy-five baseball en
thusiasts went from Prlco to Mohr
land last Sunday to witness tho
gumo between the Mohrlaud und
Prlco teams, which also drew it big
n t to ml nn co from Illnck Hawk uud
lllawuthii Tho score wan one to
nothing In favor of the coal mln
erj. Avorlll camo over from Fnlr
vlttw to pitch for Price. Hut two
hits wero mudo off him In Bunday's
At Sunnyslde Sunday (hero was a
big excurslou from Castle (latq to
witness tho game between the two
coal camp toanu, which resulted In
n score of eight to seven fur tho
Castlo Onto boys, thirteen Innings
being playod. Next Bunduy fiunny
sldo plays Price on the Prlco
grounds. A largo crowd Is expected.
Auirlll Is to bo In tho box fur tho
Falrvlew defeated Mt. Pleasant In
tho latter city last Monday, Avorlll
doing the pitching stunt for tho
Falrvlow boys. In the Ranpeto
towns Bundny ball la not Indulged
In, which gives Avorlll time for ox
tra work on tho outside.
Huslneis gives work to labor's
countlous hands; business wipes thu
tears from the eyes of widows and or
phans; buolnoss dlmplos with Joy tho
check of Borrow; business puts a root
above tho heads of tho homoless; busi
ness covers the land with happy
homes; business will feed the hungry,
clotho the naked, educate the Ignor
ant, enrich the world with art Oil tho
air with song. Ingcrsoll.
Photography snd Tsct.
A photographer has to bo a min ot
I ruro tact In order to got his subject
I to look pleasant instead of laughing
to tho south of Price. His assail
ant was formerly In tho meroantllo
business at Bco field.
The latter Is classed by his coun
trymen m belonging to the bad ele
ment of foreigners horesbous,
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I 1 The Sun 1 1
Have You a Policy In the
of Seattle, Wash,?
Underwriters' Itcport of February 4. 19IG.
Tho California stntc Inturnnco de
partment has refused to Issue a li
cense to the Northwestern Mutual
Fire association of Seattle, holding
thnt tho company has deceived
property owners by falsely claiming
thnt the policies It isrues lire non
asscriablc. Tho California depart
ment also charges that tho mutual'
reserves ure Insufficient nnd that It
has failed to observe the- California
requirement to print Its bylaws In
tho policy. The department has had
the matter under tnxestlgntlon for
six months, tho license under which
tho company formerly operated hav
ing expired Juno 30th of last year.
Ilarrttl From 1'lnli Aloo.
The charges mado by the Cullfor
nlu department lire similar to those
made against tho Northwestern Mu
tual by tho Utah Insurance depart
ment lust year, which nlso refused
to issue thu company n license. The
I'tnh department also charged tho
company with making n false state
ment nt Its financial condition, pad
ding Its assets with worthless se
curities After being denied a li
cense for ii number of months, tha
mutual wns rollcensed by I'tnh on it
showing thnt tho company wnj sol
vent under tho Utnh requirement.
Ku-i it. t'leur uf t'tiurt.
It has been known for somo time
thnt the Northwestern Mutual was
In trouble with the California tie-
"undergrounder." was reported to
hnvo forced 11 loss settlement with
II. lovl ft Co. of Ban Francisco by
representing thnt ns the compnny,
then unlicensed, had violated tho
California lawa In Issuing tho policy
tho San Francisco property owner
had no stnndlng In the California
courts. It Js further stated on tho
authority of tho lovl firm that tho
niuutil company Insisted on a re
duction of 12 H per cent from the
settlement mado by the regular In
surance companies, at a condition
to tho final settlement, which was
mado five months after tho other
companies had paid. In n signed
statement describing Its cxerlence
with tho Northwestern Mutual, H.
I.uvl & Co. said thnt tho comprom
ise was forced on It by tho North
western Mutunl's threat that the
8rt Francisco firm would bo com
pelled to como to tho company's
headquarters nt Seattle to obtain Its
Pi-oimIm- of HuIiik Dlhpiititl,
Tho Northwestern Mutual has
been active In tho Pacific Const
states for several yours, being li
censed In Washington, Oregon, Ida
ho nnd Hrltlsh Columbia. Com
plaint tins often been mado thnt it
secures patrouago by rate cutting
nnd representing Hint by economical
. management It Is nblo to return n
substantial part of tho premiums to
Commissioner Pholps' reasons for refusing a license to the
Northwestern .Mutual nro three In number:
First - Thnt the compnny anlsrepresents tho character of Its
policy contracts by claiming that tho policy U non-nssessable.
Second that the company does not mnlutnln sufficient reserves
to carry Its policies to explrntton.
Third Tho company violates tho California law In falling to
print Its bylaws on each policy tisued.
partment which It is stated has re
fused to license the company since
July 1st of Inst year Strenuous ef
forts hnvo been mndo ny tho mutual
company officers to aecuro the de
sired nuthorlty. but Commissioner
Phelps has Insisted thnt tho com
pany's practices nro Incompatible
with sound Insurnnco principles, bo
sides being contrary to tho Califor
nia laws, Phelps has expressed a
willingness to hnvo tho company re
fer tho question to tho courts, but
thus far tho mutual hns not acted
on tho suggestion.
Fond of Tccliiilriilltli-N.
Whllo tho legal nuthorlty to op
erate In California has been denied
the Northwestern Mutual since July
last, tho company has continued to
write policies and tho question Is
now raised that such policies might
provo vuluoless In the event or tho
company refusing to pay when a
lots ensues. Under See. 580 ot tho
political code, "All policies nnd
othor contract of Insurance Istued
without full compliance by nil par
ties concerned with tho laws of this
stato shall bo null and void."
Insurance men might point out
that an unscrupulous company
might easily ralso this point should
It desire to evade tho payment of
a loss. In this connection It may
bo recalled that several years no
the Northwestern Mutual, which
was then active In California as an
policyholders, thus effecting a sav
ing to proporty owners. Ineurnnco
men who havo examined Its plans,
however, stato that tho alleged
aavlng Is obtained by loading tho
premium -with tho sum tho company
subsequently roturns wjth a flour
ish, as a socalled dividend. Bxports
who have studied tho question hold
that a comparlbjn of tho results of
tho Northwestern Mutual policies
with thoo ot the regular compnnles
ahow that tho mutual policyholder'
net coBt Is often actually in excess
of the chnrges maiio by the regular
Hniip For Mutual OMenx.
An oxhaustlvo examination of tho
company sovoral years ago by tho
Utah Insurnnco department showed
ithat Its socalled dividend feature
was arranged to Influence prospec-
, t vo Insurers, being manipulate oy
tho compuny's officers who wero In
' receipt of extravagant compensation
for managing its affairs, it was
Jhown that tho principal officer
nad a half dozon sources of er
onal rovonuo through his connec
tion with tho company and thnt tho
company appoared to be mutual in
name only. Since tho Utnh report
other Insurance departments havo
criticised tho practice ot tho com
pany's oUlcora In drawing largo
ox salaries and jndorwrlltng profltH.
Policyholders May He X-nH
Ono of tho objection m4
tho California Insurance depins
to licensing the Northwetttra 1
tunl Is tho practice of rtpnxi!
that policyholders aro not til
to assessment ns In other av
companies. On tho cutsWt of
policies tho compnny prints tU I
lowing- "This policy jiirtklji
lit the dividends nnd Is ilulr
That the policies of the Nr
western Muttinl are abtolnttlr
ossessablo Is denied by the OL'
nla department, which sUttt tt
policyholders may not be uv
only so long as the compit;
sesscs a surplus nbovo llablUW
SGO,000. Should the cotoptnj'ir
plus fall below this sum, N-.
western Mutual pollcyholdtri .
bo In tho same unhappy cefitt
thut has confronted pollcyhoWtn
countless other mutuant called i;
to pay their company's debts tr
'111 Kill-plus Dlwippesr?
Another fenturo developed ;
California department Is tte p
tko of tho mutual to undertake
Its unearned premium rcHnti
Is well known, this It an Impon
llnblllty of tin Inturnnco eesr1
nnd dotermlucs lit tolvrntr I
creasing the unearned prealosi
servos Increases a ompsaji :
surplus, whllo nn Increase l '
former diminishes tho surplei if
portlenately While tho tsllfw
lawa require mutual fire co
to mnlutnln the same unearned 1'
inlum reserves ns regular eo,1
Ioh, the Cullfornln department 1
found thnt the Norhtwestern Jltf
enters practlenll) nil of U tr
policies us nnnuitl nnd seml-anf
policies, bntlng lu computation '
Installment premium payment. .
tend of tho full premium. ;
quired by Inw Tho effect w
U to glvo the Northwestern Mi'
nn extraordinary ndvantsje v
It has been estimated that u
mutual churged Itself with tner
sorves required by law. H '"J
ties would bo practically do'
with the result that Its prenl
pIub would bo entirely wlp
With Its surplus gone, CalUon
policyholders may therefore i
thcmselvea In a sorloun prwWiw
ns Commissioner Phelps ban t
ed thnt tho company mutt u
Its opornltons to conform i
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i! Great Western Slope
ii Giand Junction U
; Baily anil Weekly.
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