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RvOL. I. : PROYO CITY,, UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898. " NO. 8.
BBW., H.King. J.W Uurton 9. A.King.
BjING, BURTON & KJ.XO, "
B First Nntlonnl Dank building, Frovo
JK'M. M. Warner, p. D. Houtz.
B WARNER & HOUTO, - )'
B Rooms 13, 14, 15, Unlpn block, Frovo
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Br Ualop blQck, Proo piCy, Ultih.
K. J . L. Itnwllns. A. U. Tburmau.
K J.;i. llurd, E.A. Wedgwood.
B TAWLINS, TIIURMAN,-JtURD &
B WEDGWOOD, V
B; AtJorneyS'at-Law. ' a
B' Uoopor block, Salt Jiakb City; First
k National Hank building, ProVo, Utah.
B .RANT C. BAGLEY,
WM First National Bank building, Frovo
H JACOB EVANS,
B Office. First National Bank building,
H Frovo, Utah.
B T?LMER E. CORFMAN,
H First, National Bank bulkllng, Frovo
H City, Utah.
Bj, E BOOTH,
Br Altorney-at-Law, and
K Notary Public. ""
B No. 23 J .Struct, Frovo City, Utah.
HI qiiarles DoMoisy,
B Ilo"iu 15 Uunk building, Frovo City,
K - I.... r... .. i,-i-. .
B J)R. GEO. E. ROBLSON,
Br Physician and Surgeon.
He Ofllco at rcsldnnco, one block cast of
Mk)IoIu1 Roberts, Provo City, Utah.
BS. H. ALLEN,
BR1 ' County Physician.
B Surgeon R. G..W. Railway.
K Telephone CO. Olllco atJreshtence,
K.th St.. bot. K nnd L, Ptovo, Utah.
BJ JOS. E. .CROOK?
Bl Porgsou block, Payson. Utah.
B gait Lake.
iHl O. W. I'owors. D. N. Straup. Jo. Ltppman.
K pOWERS, STRAUP & LI1TMAN,
H . Attornoys-at-Law.
HB -Eagle block, Salt Lako City, Utah.
B 1 saatifal Display
SMM op fall and wjnter
B Mrs. H. W. Davis',
H September 21-22.
wr Choapest and moil stylish tnlllinor In
gBtnwn. Everybody Invited to see her
fflV (liQ Of pattern huts nnd bonnets
PROCEEDINQS IN THE FOURTH
What '.Tiulgo Dii8cnhorry lias Been
1 Doing Sinco Our Last
Thursday suit was entered' against
James B, Hunter by Daulol Davidson '
for renewal of judgnmon alleged to :
have been ordered by court in 1893. ,
The judgomonb against Hunter was -for
?4,005.09. Tlin plaintiff alleges fur
ther thai tho (lefeudaut has not iald
any part ofit, prlucliial or Interest,
'and that thajudgemout plus thetcr
est up 'until this dato, amounts to'" 80,;
898.77. forvbctaloutllplalutllTpa'yo, '
jU(lgciuonl( "' '
Caso ot Andenibn ys. Mountford wan
P-t for ScpterabehSO, 1S98. r-f
S.lok vs. R,"G. V. U'y company, "set
for October 1, 1808. ..
..'Thoca8b'(Iainos C. Poulson charg
ed with Ifjujitcr in tho second degree,!
camo Wforo court, but owing to tho
fact that nuiojiir the present panel of
Jurors, asulllclont number of qriallflcd
jurors co.uld not bo obtained, a special
venlro yas issued, rct.urnablo luuncdl
atoly. Tho caso of Utali County Savings
Hank vs. Provo Theater Co. et ol, catuo
befnro court on motion to dissolve
sunimous. Motion was denied ahdO
days woro given to answor.
The clork was Instructed to insert
costs iu tho caso of Utah County Sav
ings bank vs. J. p. Noyes.
Tho Poulson murder caso was takon
up again Friday morning, and though
a number of tho now panel of Jurors
wero rojected, brought in by special
voulrosent out Wednesday, n jury of
eight was cm panelled, consisting of
the following: I. R. Vauco. Harry
McCoanI, S.mu.'l Ash by, Ed. Crcor,
Georgo 11. Moulague, James Goodall,'
Wiu. F. Gurncy and Joseph MgLwan.
Attorney for defunBO interposed nn
objoction to tho tiial proceeding beforo
a jury of eight and requested n jury of
twelve. Court overruled tho request
Attornoy Houtz for tho defouso mado
statements, showing whatviolont nnd
unmanagablo temper tho deceased hatf,,
J Is the purpose of tho defense to show
that tho defendant was not treated
rightly by his fathor, uud took tho
bluul of all of his father's temper.
It will be remembered that tho
causo of Fuutson striking ills fathor,
which resulted in death, was auarrel
oyer $100, which tho dotendant hail
botrowed lrom his lather. Tho de
fense will attempt to provo from cir
cumstances and temporoftho defend
ant's father, that tho defendant did
not strike in revenge or to mortally
wound, but merely to provont more
sorlous trouble, which tho son expected
would follow if ho allowed Ida father
to enter tho houso, as ho supposed him
to bo uftor a gun with whlph to shoot
him. Dr. Noyo3 was tho first witness
nnd testitiod that on tho evening of
April 28th, ho was called to tho Poul
son residence nnd fouud Morilz Poul
sonjlying on tho bed. Ills hoad was
Ladly wounded, having a wound four
Inches long, presumably made with a
sharp Instrument. Tho scalp was
partod about I inch, nnd ou oper
ation, pieces of bone woro found to be
pressing on tho brain. Ills shoulder
was also lnjurod and his right oye
awolon and blood shot. Tho decoasod
died May 11, 1898, duo to the head
Tho counsels argued the motion for
a Jury in tho caso of Lucla'n .Hinckley
ot nl,vs. Geo. T. Peay. The matter
was tnkeu under advlsomont.
Robort Proctor, Ira and Squire Chip
man wero appointed appraisers in tho
estate of Edward 1 Graves, deceased,
'1 ho damage suit of Joseph Johnson
vs. Mcicur Gold Mining & Milling Co.
was sat for October 0, 1808.
Clioap Rates via R. G. W. R'y,
Travelers tay at Omaha, Neb.. Sep
tember aitji. Faro for round trip
$32. Soiling dato September 21st,
limited to September 20th.
Omaha Exposition. Faro for round
trip $18. Soiling dates every clay until
.October 15th, limited to November
J5th. F. Fouts.
Frovo, Utah. Agent.
Cheap Rates to Denver via R. G. W.
For tho Festival of Mountain and
Plnjn at Denver the P. O. W. will make
a.rateofil8 for the round trip from
Provo to Denver and return. Hulling
dates October 1st and -Cdj Limited to
Qotoler 15th, If. Fo'uirs, Agenfc.
AVILLARD BEAN, CHAMPION OF UTAH.
From a photo by tho E(lto Portrnlt Co., Fioyo.)
Willard W. Bean was born in 1-rovo in May, 1671, and
is consequently about 27 years of age.' He was educated in
the public schools at Richfield and in the B. Y. academy in
Provo. Mr. Bean's lifo has been varied and his temporary
occupations many, He has herded sheep, has worked on
stock ranges and has been a general farmer boy; has worked
in a saw mill and has taught school for one season at Anna
bella, Sevier county; he has appeared on the stage for several
seasons with well known companies, and is an elder in the
Mormon church and well known as a preacher in the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He first achieved a
reputation in athletics in the B. Y. academy, where he was
captain of the baseball club and president of the athletic club.
He for some time served as instructor in physical culture in
the Third Ward Provo League and Gymnasium, which he
assisted in organizing.
Willard Bean is a natural athlete, and in contradistinc
tion to most people in his line is noted for his morality and
proper living. He does not and never has used tobacco, al
coholic stimulants nor even tea or coffee, and has so far as we
know never been heard to swear. He can justly be regarded
as the ideal of the aspiring young athlete, and it is his earn
est desire to elevate the profession of the manly art and leave
a record which can be followed by the generation of pugilists
who may come after him. Mr, Bean expects to shortly leave
for the coast to take a special course in physical culture. He
unquestionably holds the championship of Utah, having de
feated all who have stood before him and is prepared to de
fend the title from nil aspirants in this State, as we'll as meet
all outsiders in his class. Mr. Bean is a middle-weight
weighing when in condition, as he generally is, about 155
Amorlcan Fork Is counted as a Re
publican stronghold, yot nt tho prim
aries In that cty Wcdposduy evening
hardly sulllclont attendance could be
mustered to (111 tho list of delegates.
In tho Janguago of tho Salt Luko Her
ald In 1805 and 1800, "This Is a Demo
It is ropprled In tho Tribune that
tho gold, or Cleyoland, Domocrats will
ondorso Warren Foster for Congress,
"How aio thotulghty fallon."
The "Forks" wero In It for tho tem
porary pfllcoisof tho Repjbllcan con
' The attendance at tho county con
vention today is especially light, Indi
cating theoxpeclod lnck of intorost In
tho g. o. p. in Utah county.
"Tug" Wilson' ojvicies with JohijE.
Bop(h tho doubtful honor of being tho
loading spirit lu today's corjvcqUorii
A "03" pnrty was given at tho home
t David John, Jr., on Fourth and J
streets, last Wednesday evening. A
vory pleasant social uvoning was spent
and light refreshments wero served.
Tho following Is tho list of guests:
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. L. O. Taft, Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Williams, Mngglo Stowart, Dr. and
Mrs. Geo. Roblson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln
Roblson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Fairor. Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Barnes, Mrs. Strong,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. Fnrror, Mr. nnd Mis.
John Fnrror, Mrs. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas John, Mrs. B. Cluff, Jr., Mrs.
Woisoncroft, Emma John, Floroncc
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rob
erts, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Couunlngs, Mr.
and Mrs. Cheovor.
Some Pugilistic Nonsense.
The following piece of "rot1' appears
on tho local page of tho Salt Lake Her
"bho4loati, an nlleged pugilist, Is
after Jim Williams for a match. -Jim
la n member of tho police forco and docs
not want to tight. There was a tlmu,
bcfoto Jim got his last place, when ho
would have met Bean and fought hi in
to a tlnish; when ho suggested to Beuu
ho would mako that llolsh iu four
rounds, but Been did not want 10 scrap.
Now he sees Jim has a job and one
which he will not likely quit Just for
tho shko of ongaglug In a slugging
match ho Is challenging Jim loudly
and frequently. Jim declares hu does
not waul to light,,. but lf'lkuti will
mod him hi tho barn some tluio. after
ho gets off shift, ho will undortnko to
satisfy his would-bo antagonist that ho
Is not a fighter, without any fuss or
All of tho nbovo was undoubedly !
Inspired or written by Jim Williams,
who thinks to gain a little clioap no
toriety. Tho wholo fact Is that Will
iams made a bluff at WUlnrd Bean,
.who Is tho champion of Utah, and thai
when Bean called tho bluff and pro
duced his money, Williams Ignoiiilni
ously "crawled." Williams, in the es
timation of those who know him, Is all
a piece of mouth and will not moot
Bean or any ono olso who possossos tho
kcIciico and strength to put up a live
UtnhBoroslshavu accepted tho Invi
tation of Mrs. Win. Bccsley and will
hold tholr first mcollng nt her beauti
ful suboiban homo Wednesday, Octo
Mrs. King will dellvor n lecture upon
tho "History of Greece, tho Land and
the People, Its Geography and its In
lluenco Upon Greek Life."
Mrs. Strong will talk of tho "Hoi-euos,"
Cheap-Rates to Pittsburg via R. G. W.
For the trlennjnl Conolavo Knights
Tompler at Pittsburg, Fa., tho It. G.
W. will mako a rato ot 853.75 via
standard linos, and $51,00 via dlfTcron
tal lines, Provo toPlttsbugand return.
Tickets will be sold October Oth, 7lh,
8th and 0th, will bo good for return,
leaving Pittsburg on or before Octo
ber 2711), but may bo extended till
October 31st. F. Foim, Agent." .
l Marriage Licences.
A marrlago license was Issued yostor
ilny morning to Henry J. Clark, ugo
38, nnd Cairlo Slat tin, age 30, both of
Mammoth. Tho parties were, married
by Judge Dusenburry chambers Im
mediately aftcjr tho Issuanco of the
license. As Clark only socured a dl
voreo on Wednesday, wo may say that
ho in entering a now relation lost no
time in tho "Startln."
l Part of Bono Removed.
Dr, S. II. AJlcu and Taylor removed
a small portion ot tho bono lu tho foro
arm of one of tho sons of Prof. Brim
hull, Thursday, which ncresltnled
them to sorapo It for about time
inches. Speedy rocoyery Is now ex
pected. Smoke tho Rio Gran do cigar. Mado
by J. W- Hard, Ei;reka, Utah.
HERMAN'S TURN NOW. ' I
IT IS NOW AN INJURED HUSBAND jM
'A 8URPRI8E. 1
Another Chapter Will ho Added to 1
(ho History of a Host Fa- 11
moils Case. H
It will no doubt ho n surprise to the H
public to loarn Hint the Martin game H
has changed, although tho tondoncy of l
past proceedings, to tho closo obsorvr, H
were indicatory of a revision Ju prose- JH
cutor, and 0110 prosecuted, or ns 601110 11
would hnvo it, pcrkooutor and ono per- J
Last Thursday Herman S. Martin IH
commonccd suit In tho Fourth district H
court against Edith L.Mnrtlu, his wife. H
The plaintiff alleges, that tho plain- ;H
till nnd defendant inlorniarrlcd at 11
Ptovo City. Utah, ou tho 12th day of H
September, 1891, and hnvo ovor since H
boon, and aro now, husband and wltei H
that slnro tholr tuamngo tho defendant i
has troated tho plaintiff in a cruel 41
uud inhuman maunor ns follows; vil
That upon tho 22nd day of June, 11
1808, at Trovo City, tho defendant &
lllcd In the District court of tho Fourth '91
judicial dlsttlct, a complaint nganst 11
tno pluintllT, charging hi.11, nmotig Bl
otlier things, with having committed, sl
on tho 25th of May, 1893, and divot 11
otlier times, thocrimo of .uiultory with J
ono Daisy Moore, ttio suld dofendnut H
well knowing tho same to bo false, SH
oach one ot nil said .charges being tin- -H
true, and thereafter admitting p the H
plaintiff the falsity of said chargos; .H
and that Mrs. Martin, on tho 25lh of
Juno, 1898, caused said complaint to ho '
dismissed ngalust Mr. Martju $nd H
promised him sho would publish to H
tho wgrld tho falsity of sutd charges,
nnd also refrain from further jntklng H
them ugaltist htm. But contrary tu '"l
her word nil tho charges were pub-
lislicd tluotigh tho medium ol diver .H
newspapers, to tho groat humlllatim 1
and deep distress of Mr. Martin, SU't "ill
that since tho dismissal of thp corn '
plaint sho has falsoly and maliciously
maintained ami asserted the cbargfti 11
were truo, intending to Uiorby dlr
grace him wrongfully in tho con 11
111 unity whorolu ho resides, nmmi)c hia
rolalivos and friends; that tho dcfeiuL '';
ant ou or about tho 18lh of August,
1898, while thccomplaltiant, was on a M
short visit tu his mother's homo li H
California, wont to tho bank and mado
the following statemorit to Mr. Swasoy: 'B
"Herman will never como back to H
Provo; ho has stolen funds helonglng H
to your bank and has disposed of notes H
belonging to you for his own uso. I t H
have tho evidence that, it ho should H
return, 1 could send him to the pent-
lontlary; and, If ho couics buck, 1 will '
dolt." That the defendant know this ,H
stateiiiont to bo untruo, and made it , H
tu disgrace, hutulllato uud injure tho liil
That on or about the 18th of Apg- '
ust, 1808, while Mr. Mattln was male- H
lug a short visit at tho hoinu of his H
mother, Mrs. .1, O. Jones at Holds- H
burg, Cala., Mrs. Martin sent a written .H
comniuulcatlon to his tnolher, slating H
tohcr that Hei man bud committed lH
crliuo, nod assuming to stdfldiilm iH
warned his mother not to pjunR hlui JH
to return to Utuli, or ho wlnld be iH
prosecuted, and that sho aJfeW-'hih" H
communication to be untrue, but rnauo H
them to disgrace and injuro the plajn- ,'H
tilt before Ills 111 otlier. H
IIo further alleges that tho nllega.
tlons that wero mado by Mrs. Marttt- r IM
have caused him mental nnd physical H
injury; tliatslneo his mariingoto her H
ho has been a faithful and dutiful 'H
husband; thutslnoo their marriage ho H
has accumulated $3,000 worth of ppr- H
sonal property, all of which hu has H
given to derendunt, and. unless sho H
has disposed of tho iimio, slio Is now It) H
possession of It, and besidos this ho H
lias no othor property, H
Therefore, tho plaintiff demands H
1. That tho bonds of matrimony bet H
tween pluintllT and dufendant bo dls- H
solved. . H
2, Plaiptlff prays Jtidgmont for tho, H
cobIh of this suit. H
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