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B No 314- Wo! 4 PROVO CITY, UTAH THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 1895 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY H
H Mr. 'Wm. M. Wilson
Hj Pullman, W. V&.
H letter Itanjor Tears
H Hood's Sarsaparilla Derrtonstratoa
H Its Merits.
VK A scrofulous or catarrhal condition
H of the intestines Is often the prime
B cause of chronic diarrhoea, and when
ftfff the tissues arc built up and healed by
Hj (he pure blood made by Hood's Sarsa-
Hj parilla, a cure is effected. Head this:
Hh " I believe it ray duty to tell what bene
H fit I havo received from Hood's Sarsapa-
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j rhcea for four years, and
H Sovere Pains !n the Back
H of my head and also in my side. I was
B treated by two leading physicians, but
j found no relief. I was advised by friends
H ' Hood's 3? Cures
H to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 commenced
9 taking the medicine last May and have
BESj taken over neven bottles. I found relief
BESj after taking the first bottle and now feel
EEa better than 1 have for vears." "WiLUAil
H M. Wilson, Pullman, "West Virginia.
H Hood's Pills are tho best after-dinnez
H Pills, assist digestion, pro-rent constipation,
Hj The tenth annual exhibition of tho
H Architectural leagno will open in the
Hj galleries of tho Fine Arts society build-
Hj ing in West Fifty-roven&t street, New
K York city, on Feb. 15 oxt, and all
Hj works submitted must to delivered not
H later than Feb. 5. Tho &nual dinner
Hj of tho Architectural league will be held
H in tho galleries on tho evening of Feb.
Hj IS. Tho exhibition will consist, as usual,
Hj of architectural drawings, drawings of
H decorative works, cartoons for stained
Hj gloss, models, carvings in stone, wood
Hi and bronze, examples of designs in mo-
Hj eaic, glass, fabrics and furniture and
Hj sketches and paintings of archittsctual
Hj and decorativo subjects, Tho jury and
H hanging committee will consist of the
Hf officers of the league, together with the
Hj members of the subcommittees on archl-
Hj " tecturo and decoration and the chairman
Hj of tho catalogue committee.
Hj The subject for the eighth annua)
HL competition for tho gold and silver mod-
H els given by tho league is "The Main
H Stairway of a National Library. " The
B competition is open to all residents of
H tho United States under the ago of 25
Hj years. Tho firsS and second prize draw
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H league. Thomas Hastings, Will H. Low
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1 88L JinUyL UHOL,
Its Trial Progresses Slowly
iii First District Court.
A NIGHT SESSION HELD.
Large Crowds Come Out Eegularly to
Hear tho Dfitails Defense Object to All
Proof of Forgery Offered Witnoados
Say Haxue ConfesaadHls Guilt.
The Hague case on trial in the First
District court still draws big crowds of
people other than attorneys and per
sons directly interested in the case,
eager to hear the evidence and argu
ments in this celebrated case in all us
detail. The impression lias gone out
that Alma Hague, hitherto known as
a big-hearted, honorable man is a de
faulter of many tens of thousands of
dollars and that the misappropriation
of funds was going on during all the
time he was before the public as an
enterprising, public-spirited, trusted
man a man liberal to the poor, a man
looked up to by all classes ot people,
idoliz d in fact by the public a man
thought so much of as to have honor
after honor crowded upon him by the
pnblic against his protest, cilices of
trust, mayor, probate judge, county
recorder, treasurer, legislator, etc.
and the crowds are anxious to hear
some of the particulars of how the mis
appropriation of largo sums of money
was conducted and concealed if the
mouey was misappropriated.
It is known that there have been
some fourteen indictments found
against Mr. Hague, Eome of which
have been quashed. The particular
indictment on which he is now being
tiied charges making false entry. The
prosecution alleges that this particu
lar false entry consisted of charging
up on the general balance book $57o.(J0
for a note purporting to be a discount
ed note when no tucli true note ex
isted, tha the note in question was a
torEed note, forged by Mr. Hacue, he
therefoie knowing the note to be a for
gery and the entry was per conse
qurnce, a false one. In proving this
the prosecution produces the alleced
forged note along with seven otberB al
so alleged to bo forged. The defense
insists that forgery cannot be proved
in thia trial of any one of the notes,
let alone eight, and this they watch
very closely all the way through and
interpose many objections wrich en
tails almost endless arguments.
In consequence the trial of the case
threatens to occupy several davs. In
view of this Judge Merritc has deemed
it advisable to hold night eessions of
court as well as dav spssions.
Ojr report closed jeste "day when O.
JLi. Hyde, who wps associated with Mr.
Hague as assistant cashier in the bank,
was placed on the stand as the second
witness for the prosecution. He testi
fied that he had been a bank clerk in
the National Bank of "N"ephi in 1893
and the early part of 1894. The testi
mony given by Mr. Hyde was mainly
corroborative of Mr, Whitmore's testi
mony. He recognized the writing in
the balance book, where the Ingram
brothers' note and other noteB were
entered as that of Mr. Hague and had
been present at the conversation be
tween Mr. Whitmore and Mr, Haguo
when the latter acknowledged that he
had misappropriated funds of the bank.
President Hill or the DeseretNation
al Bank was Jthird witness. Testi
fied that he was one of the directors of
the Pirst National Bank of Nephi from
its organization in 18S6 till last month.
In February 1S94 lie had a conversa
tion with Mr. Hague at Mr. Whit
more's house in Nephi. Witness
asked defendant if it were true that he
had misappropriated rhe funds of the
bank. Mr. Hague replied that it was
true; be explained that he had used
the money in real estate and mining
operations but that the resnrve fund of
the bank was intact. Upon being
asRed how he had manipulated the af
fairs of the bank in order to cover up
the misappropriation of the money, his
reply waB tbat ho had done it by credit
ing cash by fictitious no'es and by ma
nipula'ing the a count witbthe,DeS3ret
National bank. Witness Hills te"f'
fied that tne body of each of tho eight
alleged irregular notes in evidence was
written by Alma Hague.
Q Are you familiar with the hand
writing of Alma Hague?
A I am.
Q Who, in your opinion wrote the
signatures on these notes?
This question was obiected to by the
defense on the ground that defendant
was not charged with forgery aud the
effect of evidence of this kind would
be to convict or acauit of the crimo of
forgery. It was trying eight cases of
alleged forgery under an indictment
charging making false entry.
The prosecution insisted that the
evidence so far went to Bhow that
Hague had said he had covered up his
shortage by a certain irregularity, that
they therefore had the right to intro
duce this eyidence to Ehow what that
During the progress of the argument
on this objection adjournment was
taken until 7 :30 o'clock last evening.
At that hour the argument wa3 re
newed. Many cases and rulings of
courts were cited by both side3 and
much time was consumed. At 8:30 p.m.
Judge Merntt announced his decision
oy rrnl ng the objection. Mr. Hill
then answered the question by slating
tbat in his opinion the signatures to
the eight notes were written Dy Alma
The balance book was then shown to
the witness He testified that the "In
gram 13" entry would indicate that the
bank vbat day had received a note of
$575.00 signed by '-Ingram B." that
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powdf
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report I
"Ingram B" owed the bank that much
money. Mr. Hill was asked what
books government msptctors exam
ined. Fifteen minuter time was oc
cupied in objections. Witness stated
tbat the general balance book is the
one inspectors usually examine first;
theie is no other book that will as
readily give them an insight into the
affairs of the bank.
Cross-examination 0. L. Hyde and
George Whitmore were present at the
house on February 11. 1894 when I
bad convareation with Mr. Hague; 1
have been interested in this case; have
not unreasonably urtjed the prosecu
tion; I did demand that Brown & Hen-
aerson oe aiscuargea as attorneys lor
the bank, because they were attorneys
for Hague; I wanted Hague convicted
because-1 think the offense justifies;
have guarded carefully this general
balance book; have had the alleged ir
regular notes in my possession and
have discussed them in meetings of the
boird of directors of the Nephi bank;
have been before the grand iurv on
this matter three times; have not ben
unduly biased aqainst Mr, Hague; haye
never heard any proposition to com
promise; don't think it ought to be
compromised; think the case merits
stern treatment of Mr. Hague by the
There is nothing in the language of
the note that indicates that Ingram
Brothers borrowed any money from
the bank; there is nothing in the en
tries anywhere in the books of the
bank that Ingram Brothers had bor
rowed 8575 00 from the bank ; entry in
dicates, however, that Ingram Broth
ers on January 3, 1894, owed the bank
that sum as indicated by u note that
the bank should have had in its pos
session; it indicates that the note was
made out In favor of W. I. Brown
and sold by Brown to the Dank; if
Brown did sell the note to the bank
th' entry is a true entry.
Adjournment was here taken until
The wholo of the time today has
ben occupied in the examination of
Director liricson who recounted a
confession of guilt made to him by
Hague, also his work on a committee
to examine into the affairs of the bank,
and of O. L. Rood aD expert on hand
writing, liis opinion is that the bod
ies and eiunatures of the eight alleged
irregular notes were written by one
hand. He is still on the stand.
Go to Barney's cloak sale.
Notice of Drawing".
The drawing for the two oil paintings
now on exhibition at the Smoot Dr.uE
store will take place at 4 p, m. Sat
urday. Holders of chances will govern
Jo to Harney's cloalcsale.
A few days ago the assistant po
master of Port Chester, Pa., suBpecteo
the carrier of having stolen some or
anges ho had in the office, according to
a local paper. So he bought another
stock and asked a neighboring druggist
to inject into them some drug that
Would mako tho thieves cick, but not
Injure them. The druggist injeoted wa
ter and then informed tho oarriora.
They of course stole the oranges, and
Wheu tho owner entered tho office he
found them all very sick. In a little
while thsy wero writhing on the floor.
Then tha joker thought the druggisi
had mado a mistake and ran to him fox
a prescription. Ho prescribed brandy,
and it took 5 worth to relieve them ot
their pain. Some of them got a little
overcured by the medioine, or on th
other side of a normal condition, but
they enjoyed their superior's joke all
the same- New York Tribune.
SWALLOWED THE JUMPING BEANS.
rhcmgkt Tfccj "Were Capsules and Took th
Dose In tho Dark.
A good citizen in tho northwestern
section of tho city has boon through an
exciting experience. Being a dyspeptic,
tho gentleman visited his physician. A
prescription was written for him which
the druggist filled. Tho result was a
small box of capsules, which ho took
home and placed upon the sideboard,
with the remembrance of the instruc
tions to take two ovory hour in the oven
tng after eating until bedtime. These
rere obeyed implioity.
It was dark in the dining room, ana
che gentleman went for his modicin
tho first evening without a precaution
of a lamp and administered to himself
ibrco doses of two capsules each before
retiring. He was awakened some hours
afterward by a strange sansation. For
Aught tho man could tell he seemed
within to bo a mammoth penuchle board
on which a million little objects wre
Ho could distinguish kicks and jumps
eo vividly that it was in vain for his
wifo to try to convince him that howa
dreaming. She suggested the doctor,
and the servant was dispatohed in hot
hasto. Before ho arrived the sick man
asked for more of the capsules, which
wero brought to his bedside. When the
cover was removed, there were Mexican
beapB instead of capsules, the kernels
bouncing as merrily as spring lambs.
Tho box of capsulos had been misplaced
accidentally by tho young son and heir
and tho boans put in its place. The doc
tor does not say what kind of medicine
ho finds usoful in such cases. Wash'
Go to Barney's cloalv sale.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great in Ieav
PLAYED WITH THE BULuO HEaOJ
She Penalties Attached to n Hand In l'okej
Held Against Five Kings. I
Somo varieties of cads havo he pici
turo of a bull's head upon the fif fcy-thui
card, which is known as the "joker, I
and largqly affected by prograssixf
euchre players when they are working
assiduously for plate! watch charms
and cotton lace collars. It is seldon
used in a game of poker, but in sort
aeotions it is left in the deck upon such
occasions, and when a man holds it la
If at . liberty to give it tho same valts
as any other oard in his hand. The oti-
er night n party of jovial spirits eM
down to while away a few hours at tie
seductive pastime, and when some oje
asked what kind of poker should le
played another suggested that "evetf
thiug should go." In the parlanccWj
poker this moans a great deal. A pi ale?
can cheat to his heart's content proviljtl
he is not discovered, and ob all far
players were equally well equipijd
With tricks tho proposition was accefod
During the gamo one of the pla4re
excused himself for a moment on some
apparently proper ploa and loft the
room. While he was absent he secured
a new deck of cards and arranged thim
so that the person who dealt them woilld
receive four aces, whilo the man to his
loft would got four kings. In his hnrry
he failed to remove tho bull's head. J?a
turning to tne room, no took ms feat,
and winking to the man next ti. Km,
whose deal it happened to bo, he deftly
slipped him tho "cold deck. " Tho deal
er, niving confidence in his friend, tool
the pack" and dealt out the hands. ! Oi
course he got tho four aces. Tho betting
was confined to him and tho man t i hit
left, and at last, when each hadl hir
cash and all his worldly possession u
the way of jewelry and wearing apparel
staked on the result, the hands wor6
The dealer gladly announced theiprc
prietorship of four aces and reaoheoout
lor the plunder. The other man stop
ped him instanter. "Why, yofeian't
beat four aces!" ejaculated the detW.
"Oh, yes, I can,'' said his opponanV
'I've got four kings and the bu)i'
head, and that makes five. That means
that I take the pot and all the rest of
your clothes, and that every time J
meet you on tho street in tho nest sis
months you'll have to gi-reyindf
Then tho gamo broke up.-Jfasaing-ton
Mustaches Prohibited. "
This is the rulo at tho welb&nown
banking house of Messrs. Coutts & Co.,
59 Strand. None of the bank clerks
wears mustaohes, and it has long been
considered a point of business etiquette
that all tho gentlemen employed at the
bank should wear frock coats during
business hours. A clerkship at Messrs.
Coutts' is considered one of tho prizes in
the banking profession. Somo of the
men are university gradnates. many
havo been educated at one of the great
public schools, while several have been
called to tho English bar. Somo years
ago on attempt was made to havo the
unwritten law regarding mustaches re
scinded, but it was found that a greatet
number proferred tho old custom to re
main in force than were in favor of its
This curious custom is also said to
prevail in somo of tho large teahouses
In tho city, while it is well known that
some Church of England bishops prefeJ
the curates under their charge to bo
clean shaven. A lady who faied about
threo years ago to enforce a shaved face
on the groom in her employment, and
dismissed him at once because he refused
complianco with her order, found that
the law gave her no such power and
w&d mulcted in 5 for wrongful dis
missal and the costs of tho action by th6
tndge of the Bodforfl county court.
It is often r 'difficult task to remove
soft solder from gold jewelry requiring
to bo repaired. Scraping and subse
quent treatment witli acid arc commonly
used, but are often dangnrous to some ar
ticles. A hitherto secret method of treat
ment employed at a largo establishment
in London is as follows: To 8 ounces of
muriatic acid add an ounce of crocus
and shake well. To an ounce of this
mixture add 4 ounces of hot water,
placo in an earthen dish aud keep up
the heat by means of a gas flame. Upon
introdnoing tho soft soldored article into
the solution the result is raid to be all
that ronld bo winhed.
Go co Barney's cloak Bale.
, "Trilby" has started womon on c.
fresn crusade in tM care of then; feet
It gives a "blackeye" to tight shoes.
If tho foot is ;o be beautiful, bare, tha
shoe must bo laose 'as Trilby kuow
Tho one tbing'that cau keep the feet
perfectly soft, iho skin all orer them
like a baby's, ioil. Cocoa oil is the
best for them, rod they should be rub
bed witn it evcy day. The result add
greatly to contort as wall as to neaufcy
In Englanaomen's tuition of small
boys is being "specially advocated. This
has not been snual, as it is with us, so
that tho reegmnendation in the new
educational cftlo that "in boys' schools,
with tho efifcoial approval of the de
partment, o'cjinan over 18 years of age,
approved Jhe inspector, etc., shall Uo
recogniz-.Jm additional teacher," U
Go to Sirney's cloak, sale.
JCfoPric Cream Baking Powdtr
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We have Just Received 2,500.00 Worth of 9
Our orders are to close them out, H
WE ARE GOING TO DOC IT H
Buy your Cloaks now it is the chance of a lifetime.
bale begins Monnay, Hov. 11, and is for one week. 9
Cloaks from 75o to $100.00 I
YUliS FOU BiZZ, H
SO and 32 CENTER STREET. - - - PROVO CITY H
Bead the Ad.
Read the ad. headed "Free Course
by mail with the Caoital City Com
mercial Callege." It is a fine offer.
Apply for it.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE.
TJtah Stake, Saturday and Sunday, No
vember 16th and 17th, 1895.
SATURDAY, 10 A. M,
1. Opening exercises.
2. Stake superintendent's report.
3. Address, "Sunday School Pu
pil," Provo First ward.
4, Report of schools, ward super
intendent. 5. Song, Provo Third ward.
6. Address, "A Sunday School
Teacher," Provo Fourth ward.
7. Address, visiting brethren.
8. Closing exercises.
AFTERNOON, 2 P. M.
1. Opening exercises.
""" -. Remarks.
S.- Boll call.
4. Address, -'Parents' Relation '
Sunday School," Lehi. '
5. Reports of schools, ward super-
6. Song, congregational.
7. Remarks, union board.
8. Questions answered, union board.
9. Closng exercises .
SUNDAY 10, a, ar,
1. Opening exercises.
2 Remarks, stake superlntendency.
3. -Class exercise "lBt Int." Ameri
4. Ten Commandments '"Recital"
5. Class exercise, 'Primary"
Pleasant Grove First ward.
6. Address, stake presidency.
7. Class exercise "2nd Int,"
8, Address, union board.
9.- Closing exercises.
bunday, 2 p, M.
1. Opening exercises.
2. Reading of report.
3. Sustaining of officers.
4. Glass exorcise "Theological"
5. Articles of Faith "Recital"
6. Remarks, visiting brethren.
7. Class exercise, "Kindergarten,"
8. Address, union board.
9. Closing pxercisps.
Both the method and results when
Syrun of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and '"ashing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and enrcs habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
AUF0RMA FIG SYRUP &
Profitable Reading8. fl
There is a whole lot of sound jB
and solid reason why the H. H. H
Singleton Clothing company have 9fl
so quickly crawled to the front. H
It wasn't blind luck, Oh no! Here 9
are some of the Bargains that have fl
made them popular. fl
2GO Men's and boys Suits now oil fl
sale in ten. different patteSr H
at $2.50 per suit. fl
A SINGLETON, Supt." fl
GOOD THING HELP IT. fl
Good Advice to Farmers. . It is a well established fact tha 89
Do not contract your potatoe crop farmers who sold their potatoe crop H
unless the party contracting same aBtflMnnnfhpnBi, n,Q it. v n IeS
pays down at the time the agreement Ht am throngh. the Utah County H
is made at least ten cent3 per bushel. xmt "cultural society got from M
Call on us and we will tell you why. $10.00 to $20.00 more for each carload H
TJ. 0. F, & A. Societt, than those who sold otherwise. Be IH
F. J. Covert, sure and see us this season before you jB
Secretary and Munager. sell. f H
-1ISaTe st Received a. 3Bi ULne of- iSE
The Best on earth. Call and see them, HH
Also carry a complete Stock o- HiH
Hardware, Outlet)', Stoves and Tinware. H
Wagon Timber- and lumbers Sup- HI
plies, duns and Ammunition. Guns pH
to rent j99
L. D. WATERS, Manager, H
J STREET, ----. PROVO, UTAH H
Everything in Season at lowest Figures. B