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1915J pgglBER 10 1915 THE gUN pRicE UTAHEVERY friday PAGE THREK gftjU
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I Black Hawk,
1 Panther. ii
1 111 11 SALES II
i AdENCY I
J 818 Kcarns Building ::
Salt Lake City, Utah;;
'. ; !
J DH. E. F. CHAMHERLAIN
l Physician nnd Surgeon.
're In VlRlliv-Iionomn llultdlnc
,1 lMlICi:, UTAH.
j CLU'DE P. HAKER
, Helper State Hank lIulldlnK,
.;! WILLIAM II. FKYE
JWJW IMtlCR, UTAH.
II loom S, HIIvordI Illook.
FRED'K E. WOODS
'.oom 14 nnd IS Hllvnsni Uloek.
!. A. McGEE
J PRICK, UTAH.
Ity f Vlulln-Honomo niock.
J FERDINAND ERICKSEN
ou i T J iid bo Ilulldlwr. Bait Lake CJty.
nu S 8 """' A. Klnit Claudo I Kins
" KING & KING
to C ' mmerolat Illock, halt I-nko City.
I DR. R. Q. GREEN
. 5 ' 'te Hour 0 to 12 and 1 to 5,
II C ' mi 1 and 5 VlRlla-Ilonomo Illdir,
i DK. F. S. THOME
" 'Pr Unnk IlulldliiK, Helper from
; ; 1 i to 20th oC each month.
J ! ' DR. II. n. GOETZMANN
J ! ' mvrisT
' ' hniirn 9 ii. in. to 5 p. in. Offlm
I i hone 103; 11(4, I'liono 253M.
;; " i over Price Commercial Dunk,
;; Trice. Utah
MILES E. MILLER, M.U.A.A.
;; Licensed Architect
; nt llulldlnir. Halt Utko Clt
jj! I (UM GY ABSTRACT I
! J W Hammond. Manager
; ', Vulrarta of Title Furnished
"" i n I'lece or Traot In Kastern
1 . i' Insurnneo Written In the
xt Companies Dolntr Iluslnee
; ; tin State. Ileal Mutate. Honda,
Oolduu Itule liullillnif.
DR. MARSHALL IS !
HELD FOR MURDER
Former Resident of Green River Arrested In
Kansas Charged With Shooting His
Wife-Taken to Salt Lake.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Marshall were known liy almost ccryono In this
city, he having practiced medicine here last summer. Prior to that
time they had resided south of Elgin for nwhlle, coming here for
the benefit of Mrs. Marshall's health. The lady underwent an
operation nt Salt Lake City, hut came home stronger than for some
time nnd it was hoped that she would ultimately recover. Late In
the summer they left here, returning to their former home in the
Middle West. Mrs. Marshall corresponded with Mrs. L. II. Green
of Elgin nnd only the day before the tragedy she wrote her a letter,
seemingly in the best of spirits and not a hint of an distress was
given. The late Mrs. Marshall was a fine young woman, of splen
did cducntion and refinement. She was liked by all who knew her
nnd it was with profound regret that the news of the sad occur
rence wns received here. Local opinion seems to discredit the
I suicide theory, most persons believing that It was an accident. The
doctor nnd his wife seemed to be very devoted to each other and
often went out walking, when they practiced target shooting.
Green River Dispatch, Dec. !, 1015.
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. C "I just wanted to sec If Resale
could shoot herself Hint way." This was the statement made by
Dr. Herbert D. Marshall, the physician accused of the murder of
1 his wife nnd who shot himself in the back of the head Saturday
'while In jail nt Seneca, Kan., according to advices received here
Ihi8t night. Dr. Marshall's wound is declared to be not serious.
jThe bullet, it is stated, did not pierce the skull, but plowed nlong
I the side of the head and wns removed two inches from the point of
After he shot himself, while In the jail at Seneca, Dr. Marshall
; wns removed to Snbetha, the city in which ho was arrested last
Thursday when he arrived from Snlt Lake City with the body of
his wife. He wns taken ta Snbetha hospital, where he remains
I under guard. It was there that the attending physicians romoved
the bullet and expressed the belief that he will be able to travol In
two or three days nt the outside.
He Is Willing to Return to Zlon.
II. D. Lyon, who left Friday night to return with Dr. Marshall,
arrived at Snbetha Saturday night and will assist In guarding his
prisoner until the doctor is able to travel. A tnessago from dc
tectlvc Lyon last night wns to the effect that Dr. Marshall was
willing to return to Uenh without the formality of requisition
Dr. C. P. Harvlelle, assistant county physician of Snlt Ijtko
county, who loft Saturday morning for Sabetha, arrived there yes
terday evening In time to take an X-ray photograph of the head of
Mrs. Marshall. It showed that the bullet which killed the accused
physician's wifo entered the back of the head an inch nnd n half
behind the right ear, passing directly forward, and is lodged in
the brain substance near the forehead.
Officials investigating the Marshall ease, Assistant County
Attorneys A. V. Wntkins nnd Harold M. Stephens, nnd members
of the police department, "took n day off" yesterday. They have
worked for nearly a week gathering evidence ngalnst the nccused
physician, nnd, ns one of the officials expressed it, "the evidence
wo have yet to secure is of tho character that will not run nway,
so wo feel that we are entitled to n breathing spell."
However, it wns stated that the work of investigation will be
resumed today, nnd it is believed that by the time Detective Lyon
arrives with his prisoner, probably by Thursday or Friday, the
chain of evidence ngalnst him will be such as will hold him for
trial In tho district court on the charge which he now faces thnt
of deliberately murdering his wife in their room nt n local hotel
Sunday noon, November 28th.
Dr. Marshall's Sister In the House.
When Dr. Marshall shot himself Saturday afternoon, while in
the sheriff's kitchen nt Seneca, ho used thnt officer's revolver. It
is said that the previous evening Marshall, the sheriff and a Sab
etha attorney had been in the room nnd thnt Dr. Marshall hnd used
tho sheriff's revolver, illustrating how, in his opinion, Mrs. Mar
shall had been accidentally shot.by dropping her revolver which
slto was preparing to pack. The weapon returned to the cupboard
wns not the one which Marshall used Saturday, but wns another
revolver, which the sheriff kept in the cupboard. Mnrshall had
previously been ncqunlnted with the sheriff nnd knew where the
weapon wns kept. In another room nt tho time of the shooting
wns Miss Doris Mnrshall, n sister, who is a stenographer in St.
Louis, nnd who wns in Seneca visiting her brother.
Investigation made by the officers nt Seneca and Sabetha re
garding tho finnncial affairs of Dr. Marshall nnd his wife, shows
thnt Mrs. Marshall's first husband, L. L. Hnggnrd, left five thous-
, nnd dollars life insurance. It is stntcd that Mrs. Marshall did not
in iter lifetime spend the principal nnd Mrs. Marshall's relatives
' declare that Dr. Marshall squandered it. Mrs. Marshall, it Is
stated, carried two thousnnd life insurance, her aged mother being
tho beneflcinry in the policy.
CARNEGIE LIBRARY IS RECEIVING
NEW MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS
Tho Carnegie public Hbrnry nt Price is now receiving regularly
tho mngnzlnes nnd periodicals listed below. The list is a large one
nnd well selected. The reading public enn, with profit, make reg
ular visits to the library, If for no other purpose than the reading
of these magazines. Tho library board has also placed an order
for more than two hundred volumes which nro expected any day.
In the list are suitable books for all ages, from tho child who Is
just beginning to learn, to those mnturo in age. Each week more
neoplo are visiting the library and tho volumes let to the public nro
American Magalne Manunl Training
Woman's Home Companion Ladies' Home Journal
Ameiunn Roy OutlSSk
American Cookery Scribner's
Century World's Work
Country Life In America North American Review
Delineator Review of Reviews
Evcrvbody'H St. Nicholas
Harper's Magazine Survey
Scientific American - Illustrated World
Independent ' "I x Youths' Companion
jjfe , House nnd Garden
statp M'imu-.mi: court mvi:s
Crnt iiiilnl Mnti. nnd All tin CIHcn
Tlirrrln IWtiitnp lry After tlio 1'liM
of ilip Ycni-Cowrnnr C'itrlon Tt
prowfH Ci(.n.i (Irntllmlc When
He llenit of ilio l.nto-1 Itullnjt j
IIKWMII. t'oto . Dee 6 The nu
thorlU of Colorado to enact nnd en-1
fore klate wide prohibition Una up
held in the Mate mipreme eourt to
day in an unatilimmx opinion written
by JuMlee W. II (labbert The rourt
held that eltlen Kerned tinder tperlal
rhaiter were without nuthorlt) to
eonllmie tiafflt In IntoxIrMIn II
tiunr after January I. 101ft. when
i!nt wide prohibitum become effec
tive In Colorado tinder constitutional
nnd statutory nartineitt.
Tin derlaion held that the enforce
ment of prohibition rumen under the
polln iorw of the etate and l In nu
vny affected l.y tlie twentieth amend-'
ment under whbh Denver nnd wcrnl I
other i lllen In t'olorndn are Koverncdl
by upeilal i harter It In uleo declared!
that the lonetlluthinal and itatutory1
prohibition enactmrntM are clearl) I
within the mwer or the people and i
IcKl.lmure or the elate The opinion'
look the ixwltl.iii -that If It had been
Intended to exempt the rlt nnd
count of Denver from the operation !
of piohlhltlnn Iawk. word to that ef-,
feet would have lieen emploed
The court ordered the lUenne l
mied b Denver clt) nllthorltlea to!
AURiint Koch to be canceled Jnuuar)
I. 1918 Cluvernnr Cnrlxon cxprctmed
Rrntlflintlon when Informed of the.
court a riitlim None of the uttoriicvii
for the llipior Intercut wna In court. I
Mr Adrlann lluilKerford. prcnldcnl of I
tho Mate Women' t'hrlMlun Temper-1
nnec union, exprowed her Krntlflca-1
lion and mid
"The only HwHulunre kIvcii Attorne) I
(leiu-ial Karinr wna l the Statu Wo
men riirl.tUn Temperance union In
emploiltiK oiuiiim-I to aid In prenent
Iiik the ihw to the mipreme tourt ,
TRAFFIC MUCH DELAVED
Trill II of Scvculitii ('ill Uoc Into
Did h Near CuMllU.
Thie.- mile wt of t'antllla Hprlmt
lnt Honda) a train of eetiteeu car
of o I wmm wietked. illlnit Ht
MliM r and freight traffic In Imtti ill-
let lion well Into Monday afternoon.
althi'iiKh winkliiK trewa were ent
out from Imth Hall lke I'lty Hind
Helper Two of the conl car are now
reputing In the Hpanlnh I'ork liver,
while the remainder wcre'pleked up
n bent the) iiiuld be what wiih left I
CIIiih ('alio, h Mexluflii, wim eland- (
liiK near the truck and wna more or,
lea Injured by helm; elrtirk with fl)-'
Iiik wreckaKc. He wan taken to the
Keiierul hiMpltnl nt I'nivo John j
Joue wiih In iharKo of the train u
I'otuliHliir nnd J II McArdle wii the
'CiiKlneer. The latter were not hurt
They made a mttrrh for tramp
nmonK tlie wrm'kaKe and found the
t'niler the direction Of the offlrlul
of the road two hundred men were
niMenibled from Helper and Halt Uike
fit) to clear the truck.' The wriHl.ed
neventeen cur hauled un nveruKe of
forty ton of coal each, ull from the
mine of Carbon and Miner) cnuntlc.
iiiwembled for neiidiiiK vvvvt at Soldier
Summit, where mull train urn iinuully
made up. . .
Tim Occident I mU to ho due to u
defective wheel on one of the loaded
, cur. The wreck I helmr InventlKnted
h) company ofrieliil. It may later
be a Niihjeit of InvevtlKiition by the
' IntcMtat" comnern cominlwilon
Wll.l, COMMKXfi: 'IO hlllP j
M.N(I.MSIC I'ltOM CISCO
Charle Snell, iiiiiiiiikit of the Mc-'
Cnrty Minim; company, vvn at Monh
hut week KittliiK an outfit timi'llicr
to lommence the mlnltiK uud ehlppliiK
f maiiKanwe ore from ' the com J
pmiV mine nt Hand Arron. ten
mile MiiitlioHHt of Clwo and tnn
mile north of Moah.
AmHwIaled with Hneil In the niin
pany ure V It. McCurty .' flreen
Itlver. Hovernl (Irund Jumtlon bunl
netM men and a firm of S'ew York
('ID (ihemut. It I the Intention to
lominome the khlpmeiil of ori at
otue iMlvr Knell hope to uhlp
mm h u a car n day
The company will not mil) cukouc
In mlnliiir, but will buy inunKiuu mc
and raruotlte ore. The) will p for
the ore at Utah point delivered nt
rallroud. Snell Mate the imnpnii) I
fully flnnuted and I now lendv to
mine, uhlp and buy ore.
The compaii) I Huld to have oiiir
of the lurKimt nnd rlehent iMidlim of
Imninfanette ore In till rcKloli W. i
lUnl MiCurty U well known In
I'llce. belnK a brother-ln-luw of 8 C
Mile lind C A Cltllwlt of till tltt
Wll.li JOHN W. YIU'VII
u.vrmt utaii roM'iics?
WAHIIINOTO.N. U C. ! 6
In a upeilwl dlNutih rrom
Now York, the WahlnKtoii l'ot
of today "Col John W
You nir. on uf l'rohlont llrlRhuin
Ynumr, lute announced that he
hu hecoine cHiniwlKn inaimitor
of Utuh for the presidential
boom that Senator Pu I'ont la
about to launch Colonel Younit
will have hi office at 71 llroad-
way." It la doubtetl here that 4
iinator Du I'ont. who t T er 4
old. I n prenldmill'vl eaudldate 4
Mgtu U A. Mcfleo ha opened hei
studio on North Ninth ttreet nnd It
rad' to ihi:h ordetw or bIw leeeon.
FOREIGN ADDITIONS TO POPULATION -
2422, BJEHBLBD IN NUMBER 9
Three thousnnd, three hundred nnd eighty-seven foreigners WM
came to Utah during 1014 nntl 005 left the state, making tho total H
actual acquisitions of foreign residents for thnt year 2-122. These 1
arc federal government figures, which came last Saturday to II. T. jH
Haines, state commissioner of Immigration, labor and statistics. BJ
The year 10M, computed by tho government in this report, flfil
untied in June of Hint year, although the statistics are just coming
off the presses in Washington, D. C. Thnt wns before the world
war broke out, so that the next report of the kind from Washing- Hi
ton will probably show n greater exodus than tho one just quoted. Hi
Commissioner Hnlnes hnd requested thu head Immigration of- M
flee of the government In Washington for this report. His Is thu lM
first copy to be received here. Of tho :U187 foreigners who camo to 'HI
Utah during the government's year lf)M, the Greek nation led in IH
numbers. There were 787 Greeks, GU Northern Itnlinnrf, S83 !H
Southern Italians, -Ktl from Great Hritnin, 237 Cretans nnd Slavs jH
nnd the rest scattering. I
Of thu 9G5 foreigners who departed the statu within thu same .H
time, there were 453 Greeks, 109 Italians, 53 Englishmen nntl 09 HH
Cretans nnd Slavs. 3
noifriniKii at iiici or
llltNVHH AND SALT I.AKIC
I DKNVKIt. Colo. Dei 1 Chtirle
I lloettiher of Denver today wn elected
iprenideul of the Denver nnd Halt l-nko
' railroad' to aucvecd Nevvmnn Krb of
1 New York, at u Npcclal meetlpK of the
board of director. I.avrcnea C.
I I'hlpp of Denver w ulionen chair
I man of the hoard, MiicccedltiK the late
' Dr. I-" 8 IVumon of Uindoii.
Other of flier eleited are W. K.
Moive, Denver, vice ireldent and
Kfiirrnl iniiniiKcr. re-elected. Ward II.
I'camou, treaurer, l'red O. Moffatt,
Denver, nnUtunt trnmurerj Clernld
IIiikIh. Denver, aecrvtnr). Wllllum
Wnddeii. New York. Vice president
uud nltnit kotretary.
j I'Kal blank nnd looio leaf device
of every description. Tho Bun' place
I of bunlnoM U the former location of
I the Advocate, next to I'rlco pommer
olnt nnd BuvIiibi bank. Malt order
Klven prompt attention. Addre, The
Hun, Trice. I'tali. Advt
Kmoke i:ik I'rlde Clicur Tel 182
ADVICi: I'OU I'AltUHItH. ,H
Utah farmer can m murli time, lH
worr ii ml money by comuilllim drain- H
one expert empo)ed by the Rovern- HH
ment, uecordliiK to M. N. Hall of the iH
Utuh bureuu of the tlrnlnune nervlce. H
Accord I nic to Hull, the drnlnaKe ex- !H
pert are nlwii) Kind to Inspect farm BH
land upeclrd.of being affected by iCH
nlknll. lly followlnir the recommen- ilH
datlon of the drnlmiKe expert It I !l
poMlhle for thu farmer to nave them- InH
Helve coniildernblo lo In crop. flB
owim Hint ;oi hicmTTT-TT HI
:n.Miu:itui.'H TAin.irrs. Wk
"1 owe my kooiI health ta Chamber- IH
lulu' Tablet," write Mr. It. O. Keff. WM
Crookatou, O "Two year nito I vva IH
un Invnlld duo to itomauh trouble. I H
took thrca bottle of thevo tablet nuif IH
havu lur been In thn licit of health." H
Obtainable everywhere Advt. flH
The Sun ci.rrle a full and complete M
lino of pencil. Ink, muullouo, pen, iBti
blank book nnd office aupplle In H
KCiicrnl Mall orders aollolted. Ad- H
dree, Tho Bun, I'rlce, Utuh. Advt. SVf
t rSaRSPPracticaI m Giving t 'M
i PW"as to a Certain Ex- $ M
k ittX (ent Taken i,,e p,ace J: fl
! IaIMh Silk of Useless Gifts. X
Y tnSKsk Hosiery ? mm
Y Ifyf&MMk 'imnnm umi 1 1 1- Y 11
X nv&SKw Pa'r P'n or blue & Wtm
I (Oil Niagara Silk Hose would A ifflf
Y 'wlira just add the correct finish iB
Y 'fiJ'jSwi a Par rcs5' an(' V' lilH
tfJO?WrY where would you find a t fiflfl
Y hk-cJ, niorc acceptable gift at .. IH
. 15 $1.50 n
Y Maybe that a nice pair of Gloves is just the article that y llfll
Y woufd bring the most plrasurc, price $1.25. Y tmM
You will-have to hurry if that piece of fancy work is X h
Jt4 finished for Christmas. X ISH
Cordichet, all colors IQc. Plossclle, 2 skeins for Sc. 3B
il Bessie Kennedy, Millinery, Inc. f m