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FIRST ERIC3C HOUSE IN WEBER COUNTY,
yijtiult? F Randall, the Builder, and Members of His Family, in the
to Tlie Tribune.
I CODEX, June SO.-TIip funeral ser-.
rs of Charles F. Ran'dair w'erfc held
afternoon from ths Farr West
tHllnB-houst, Blshoi) Martin ofllclat-
Among the notables present wore
timber or officers of the Mormon
Jprca. The funeral procession wns one
Af largest eer held In the county
VMt of Ogden I'ity.
Hihop Levr Taylor made ti short talk
hch he extolled the virtues of the
Km, told of the good work he hd
P lor the upbuilding oC Northern
and Weber county in, particular.
t- Mlddlelon also spoke In the
wlra,n and told oi llls association
'a Mr. Randall In his lifetime and of
upright dealings with all men. J-Ie
aoalshed the family to follow the
leps of husband and father and
? VJL?u!d be suro to leave illustrious
i its behind them.
I Jjwph Carry, William Driver and
; o Randall also spoke, attesting- to
, Eli '1UftUtl09 of lk deceased, nf
mI nal cortege formed
tJ to the cemetery.
'ikri irTdan wasr one--of the-oldest
Vr. ,,ov,'n citizens in northern
ihY ,,etlVM a widow, Mrs. Sa-rand,a11-
and lhe following chll
L p, i"C- Randall. Grant, Ida.; J.
h eaett; &. A. Randall,
iifc-,U P- Randall, meinber of
&dea City Council; H. A. Randall.
Khm ?anda. prvo; James
fen-r"il Bden; Earn Randall, Og
8di Randall, Ogden; Lester
ffOftfen; Mrs. S. P. Brer ton.
SIMrs, E. E. Fisher, Piano. Ida.;
,'pEPSIA flEMEDY THAT CURES.
iHi-o-na Does Not Curo,, F. C.
Ichramm Will Refund Your
r Song all the remedies .in P. -S.
Vamm's popular drub' atore, there
V that he is willing to sell on' n
,"ntee to refund t,he money If they
Ure" M1--na the famous lys
remedy, has made bo many cures
gZ his customers that F. C.
StIU!? saya: "If this remedy does
t1'011, br,nB brick the empty
tcaejv- cheerfully return your
SPh!!! w.ho has uyPepslo. IndlcoB-
,'h?ul(1 take advantage of this
!k of . ,,madp well-wIlhoVil uny
Sffn,,lnS lhdr monoy to no
th;' 17l-0Vla wU1 "re: .will rcgu
ltwh?.Bf8t,on: wl enable anyone
if. ino medicine will not cost you i
P?i?'o?C-lna,nm HS soIa a r(?at many
4 hi1 tu ;:?"na ia th0 la'8t fcw 'cekH
tUlnt fr" ct t0 resolve the;llrat com
Is u Jny cUiomurr Svieh.a rec-
" for the merit of the remedy. .
C. F. Randall.
Rhoda and Cora Randall, Ogden. He
also leaves a brother, Alfred Randall,
residing: at Pine, Gila county, Arizona,
and a sister, Mrs. Ed. Lupy, at Carlln,
Mr. Randnll was born In Ohio In 1S35
and came to Utah in ISIS. He carried
the mall for the United Statey Govern
mentvfor twelve years, and carried the
first proclamation from the Piet'ldenUof
the United States from Fort Brldger
to Gov. Cummlngs at Salt Lake City,
riding 110 mlleo at night, on horseback.
He waa asalstuiit In charge of the sur
vey for every settlement from Salt
Lake City to St. George.
He took part In the fight at Battle
creek In the Black Hawk war, and In
company with Ellhu Warren drove the
first team of the old Indian trail through
north Ogden. 'canyon into Ogden valley
He built a number of the buildings that
afterward became Fort Brldger, and
constructed the firm brick building In
Weber county. He was wont to say
that during all the twelve years that he
was In the employ of the United States
Government he never plept In a house.
;Ahen he came across he plalns-in 1S4S
he brought a load of sugar for Gllmore
& Salisbury of Salt Lake City.
In a letter .written by-Mr. Randnll to
a friend some years ago. regarding an
application for a penflon, lie recites
that he was a veteran of the Black
Hawk. 'Walke and Tihtlc ware. He
died In the same house ' that lie "built
at West Weber fdrty years ago, the
first brick structure In Weber county,
the picture of which accompanlcB this
Reunion in Forestdale.
Georj?!1 M. Cannon's home In Forcat
.Dale was last iiIkIU the cono of a happy
reunion of llm .Morris .family, of which
.Mayor Rlphard V. Morrjs is a member,
-tfhere was a laro ntlendnncc of the mem
bers of the family living In Utah.
fSFPENiNGs of a bay mmM
' j OGDEN l
jf TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, 1
t? -!r Washington Ave Telephone 111 I
$50,003 D.WI-iGH SUIT
FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND
Special to The Tribune.
OC DEN. June CO. y.m-i Lynch has
Wrought suit, against the Utah Independ
ent Telephone company for the sum. of
?.rt.ufi. . Tha complaint aUoges that on
Mav Sfi last Edsar Lyr.U was killed by
the falling of a pole which the deceased
wai oniiraged in pulllni; in place for the
Albert Seowflroft was the host of an
nutomob.'le party Wednesday ovenlng.
The gues:s were E. D. Hashimoto. F. O.
Uroolcs and Will McAllister of Salt Lake
una lr. Mv Whlpol of Ogden.
Marriage licenses jwere n?suetf today to
Howard Slater, aged 2C, and Anna Jalin
pon, aged 20. both of Q&den; Emery II.
Scjtt. aged 33, of Cokevllle, Wyo.. and
Anna Rhecs. aged 2S,'of Osden; Ellas W.
Rnodwln, aged 2a. ar.d Cl.nfa' A. Jeffries,
aged 2V, both of Ogden
JURY OUT IN Y ARM ELL
MURDER TRIAL AT PR0V0
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, June SO. The Jury Is out In' the
Yaincll murder trial.
The funeral services of AI'LavIs were
held this morning at 10 o'clock. The
speaker? were George Powelsort, Jorgen
Hansen, plmlnleus Snow, Abraham O.
UolUday.' Andrew Walaon and Bishop T.
W. 10. Rydaleh will leave for Spring
City Sunday. He Is to deliver the July
4 oration In thai city.
o a a
Mart Graham, deputy sheulff. vacates
his position tomorrow,
Another Hen was filed today against the
Castllla Resort md Improvement com
pany by P. C. Jensen of Falrvlew, San
pete county, for lumber, poles, olc. used
in the recent Improvcmento at the resort.
The amount due Mr. Jensen for materials
and labor Is given at 5,653.17. '
u w 'o
Mrf. A. V. Roblson leaves for Salt Lake
City HiIk morning to receive treatment
for hor eye, which was Injured somo time
;iko by u shot from an air gun.
Manti Preparing1 for Reunions.
Special to The Tribune.
MANTI. June liO. MuntI has numerous
committees at work for the several corn
Jnt; celebrations. Besides the regular July
holidays there Is to .be a reunion of tho
Scandinavians, ofi Utah, which will bo hold
July 17 and 18 The Black Hawk war vet
erans are preparing lor the greatest re
union In tholr history. The committee
representing ,tho- volercna and also thoso
representing Mantl are hard at work.
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals' at the Cullen hotel yesterday
were: 1-1. C Taylor and wife, Butte; J. J.
Thomas, Fish Springs, Fullce Moyor.
Park City; K. Moorehouse, Rutto; A.
Baklow Fred Olosse. San Francisco; Ed
gar Ashman. Philadelphia; A. S; Footo
and wife, Houston, Tox.; E. D. Lldatono.
Tcllurldc, Colo.. Jams II. Marriott, Now
York. C. E. Pearson. Castlo Dale.. Utah;
W. B. Glardon, Denver; E. I Barnes,
Long Beach, Cal.; T. E. Hudson, Ogden;
Leland Mooro, Nov, York; Albert Hess,
William. Oakley, Louisville, K; G. S.
Thomas, Cleveland, .
"rr City Treasurer's Report.
Tho Coimty Treasurer's office makes
the followlug report for the month of
Dalanco bn hand Juno 1, 53I.C0S.S7; re
ceipts for tho month of June, Jo91S.25; to
tal, ?I0.(H7.12; disbursements, $1K55; bal
nnco July 1, $39,012.12, distributed as fol
lows: Gonoral expense fund, S17,fJS79!
State Hchool fund, S714.1C.; county school
fund. $4141.3G; tax sales redomptlon fund,
H.U; bond Interest fund. SU.S'G; State
Juror and witness fund, J353.SO; total, fS?,-?12.12.
The difllculty In buying holscry at our
cstabllohmcnt 13 not- in tho selection,
but to know what to reject, our stock Is
vo varied and handsome.
BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
3 CC Main St.
BRIGHAIW READY FOR
JULY 4 CELEBRATION
Special to The Tribune. v
BRIGHAM CITY. Utah. June 30.-Thc
display of fireworks m Brlgham .for July
I promises to be the host this elty has
ever witnessed. The place selected for
the (Jlsplay Is at Reservoir hill, east of
town. The county hts purchased a largo
fla.-j for the courthouse, which will make
Its first appearance on that morning. A
proclamation lias brc-n Issued by tha
Mayor confining the use of explosives to
the fire district of tins city nnd prohibiting
the use of the same during the progress
of the parade from S.: to 10 a. m.
Mra. Winnie Valentine, daught.;r-In-law
of Mayor Hoist, has been selected ns the
Goddess of Liberty. A beautiful lioat.
containing the Goddess of Liberty iind
thirteen llttlo girls., will head the parade
on Main street at 9:30 a. m.
The Garland baseball nine, the cham
pion team of the county, .goes to Smith
Held to cross bats vlth that team In their
clebrailon of the Fourth of July.
! The following teachers pasued success
ful examinations at tho recent examina
tion held In this city:
Grammar grade S. T. Lowe, II. O.
Jeppson. A. Roily, Ella Uunsaker. Thom
as If. Blackburn, Jr., E. H. Marble, Loa
Tlngey. G. L. Johnson. Augollno Shaw.
Primi.ry grade Alice Ward. Onlla Wat
kins. Arvliln Wight, May Plcrson. Kale
Owens. Sylvia Mason. Lizzie Harding,
Dagrr.ar Olson, May" Janson, Colin Pier
son, Alice Uardlng. Abble Recs, Ada
Johnson, Sarah Harding. Leona Zundcl.
The Brlgham baseball nine goes to Tre
monton Saturday for a friendly game
with the Tivmoiifon team, and In return
the latter nine will come to Brijjdtam on
July 4 to play a game for a purse of $20.
The Brlgham team will be accompanied
by thts Nichols minstrels,-w ho will give a
performance there after the game.
Impressive funcrul services were held
In the Third, wurd Sunday over the re
mains of lCar"l M. Vance, son of Deputy
County Superintendent of Schools Vance,
who died from the effects of tubercular
An election will be held July 11 lu
naoh of the- districts Of this county for a
trustee to serve a three-year term. Chair
mun J. F. Merrill issued a call for a Re
publican primary at the courthouse to
nominate a candidate for this district.
The branch cxporlmont; stoilon in this
city, under the supervision of Prof. W. N.
Ilutt of Logan, is progressing favorably.
R. Olson of this city has chargo of tho
station, which consists of two and a half
acres, all planted to tomatoes, cante
loupes and melons scventy-olght varie
ties of tomatoes, twcnty-clgnl of eanlo
loiinua and thirty-three varieties of water
melons have been set and aic looking well.
County Attorney James S. Perry and
Merchant D. Rosunbaum returned Mon
day from an extended visit to the World's
fair at St. Louis.
V. F. lllnlse, president of tho "Norway
Nickel Mining company, wna In town yes
terday exhibiting some samples of ore.
C. W. Knudson of this city is one of tho
Mcsdnmes R. L., F. W. and A. N. Fish
burn gavo a linen and china showor to a
host of irl'jnds In In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Flshburn, who wero married
at tho homo of Mrs. R. L. Flshburn on
Tuesday. Tho guests woro royally enter
tained and the presents were numerous
RETURN FROM CONVENTION
'Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Juno 30.-jCongree8man Joseph
Howell and National Delegato U, Bullen.
Jr., are at homo again, nftor attending
t.ho National convention and taking In tho
Josoph Monson, National dolcgnto to the
St. Louis couvoiition, Is 111 In bed at his
homo In Richmond, and It Is feared be
will not bo able to attend tho conven
tion. County Clark Larson has Isauod tho fol
lowing marriage licenses: Charles II Mc
Kenzlo, aged 21, of Swan Lake, and Ame
lln Bwoneon, aped IS, of Glcnwood, Ida.;
Levi Hammond, aged 23, nnd Anna Baor.
aged 2C. both of Providence, and John
Worloy, ncod 21, of Iogan. nnd Eleanor
Larson, aged 20, of Mondon, nnd Harvey
, Glbuon, aged 20. and Lucy Lowo, aged 20,
both of Franklin.
Tho dlvorco case of Jane Mulr vs. Thom
as Mulr has occupied tho tlmo of tho
First District court for tho past two days.
The cape Is a peculiar ono from tho fact
that both want the dlvorco. tho plaintiff.
nllCRlng cruelty and general 111 treat
ment and the defendant cliarKlng cruelty
and abandonment of tho marrlago rela
tion. Plaintiff noks for ono-half of tho
j PARK' CITY I
y TRIBUNE BUREAU, j
121 N. Main Street. Telephone 75. H
HOIST AND ENGINE
FOR ONTARIO MINE
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Juno 20 A force of iibout
thirty men began work at Daly No. 2
shaft tliis morning tearing down the gal
lo.ws frame and engine preparatory to re
moving the same to the Ontario. Within
a mouth the material will be readv to be
moved. It is thought that by that tlmo
everything at the Ontario will be In readi
ness to begin placing the machinery. Vir
tually this Is all as good as new, since tho
Daly was operated only four or five
months after the hoist was built several
The gallows frame Is the shine size as
the ono that was destroyed, and hence but
little extrn work will bo required to place
It In the Ontario shaft. Tho engine, how
ever, is larger, and Ibis will require that
a new engine bed bo built. To do this will
lake considerable time and a great deal of
labor. , .
At tho Ontario tho work of removing the
old engine Is steadily going on. and tho
old boilers are being overhauled and put
In shape for uso. It will bo about ninety
days befor,o "No. 3 will bo running as It
was before the fire. Although thore 1b
fomc thought or putting on two shifts,
r.nd should this bo dono the time will be
Meanwhile ttio company is keeping Its
usual force at work taking out oro on
llu MHI-lcvel. and yeoterduy workmen be
gan to reopen the tunnel at the Old Daly.
When lhe nmv hoist Is completi'd, both
nunc and mill will be able to resume work
Just as they wero doing before the Jlro,
and to continue it without Interruption.
At present tho Aiiicrleun Flag properly
presents one of the must promising pros
pects in the camp. The winze Is down
seventy feet from the luoO-levcl. and the
ahaft Is now Uulng sunk from that level
In order to get under tho largo ore body.
Work of drifting toward tlie south la also
continuing, and somo llrsl-class ore Is be
ing taken jut dally Ground is being ex
cavated for the erection of a carpenter
shop also. About twenty men are em
ployed a I the present time, but Superin
tendent Rnodon said this morning that he
f-xpectd to put on an additional force
soon after the Fourth. Tho company owns
nearly all of the ground from the Constel
lation to the Silver King, and should the
property develop as prosont conditions in
dicate. It must become a great mine.
David Evans was In the camp yester
day and spent tho day visiting at tlie
Daly-Judge. This morning ho went to
Brighton to look after his Interest's in the
Jack Sullivan was quite seriously In
jured by a cave-In. at tho Qulncy last
night. Both legs were broken, the right
thigh bone fractured and a double frac
ture In the right angle and another In tho
left leg. Dr. LeConipte attended the In
jured man, and repot ts him doing as well
as could be expected. He will be taken
to lhe hospital at Salt Lake this after
noon. Tho now boilers arc now In place at the
King Consolidated and everything Is in
readiness to start. Tomorrow tlie mlno
will reopen and three shifts of men will
be put on at onco. Manager Solon Splro
carno up from tho city this morning, and
Is spending tho day visiting at the mine.
Tho Volunteer Firomon hold their regu
lar monthly meeting last ovenlng. and at
tho conclusion of tho business session a
lunch was served and a lively social ses
sion hold. It was unanimously decided
that tho ilromnn tdiould turn out on the
Fourth and take part in the stroct parado
in tho foronoon, one division of which will
-ronslHt of tho different organizations of
A Story of Health
Begins- In Delmel meah underwear, for
which we are sole agents. Cool In sum
mer, warm In winter.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
ICG Main St.-
property, consisting of a largo osto.tc. De
fendant Is willing for her to havo hor
share of tho property, but thinks one
half too much. Ho Is willing to lcavo
that to tho dcolslon of tho courts. Tho
case Is atlll in progress. W. W. Maughan
Is attornoy for tho plaintiff and Frank
K. Neboker for the defendant.
It is no small comfort to
have Schilling's Best on call
at your .grocer's ;' a pity one'
can't get everything such and
LEHI TO CELEBRATE ON
JULY 4 IN FINE STYLE
Special to Tho Tribune.
I LBHf, Juno 00 Tho genoral committee
selected for Xhl's July -1 celebration is
James Harwood, chairman; George L.
Conner, George Beck, Miss Lulu Trape,
Miss Birdie Stoddart and Miss Jennlo
Bromley. The necessary sub-commlttces
on finance, sports, reception, etc, aro all
at work and will give the liveliest celebra
tion in years. There will bo no parade,
but there will bo a programme at tho
City park In tho forenoon, and all kinds of
games, contests, races, etc., in tho after
noon. At sunrise there will be a saluto of thir
teen guns, the unfurling of "Old Glory"
from the liberty pole and the serenading
of Iho city by tho Silver band. At 9 30
thero will bo a salute of ten guns for tho
citizens to gather -at the City pavilion,
where tho following programme .will bo
rendered, F. F. Truno aatlng as master of
Music Lehl Silver band.
Prayer Chaplain Robert Evans.
"Star-Spangled Banner" Ruby Dayls.
Declaration of Independence John
Music Miller band.
Oration Prof. Andrew B. Anderson.
Song. "Tho Flajr Without a Stain" Jo
Stump Speech Abel Phillips.
Speech by tho Mayor.
Toasts and sentiments.
Quarotto Isaao Fox, Waltor Wofflndcn,
Sam Jackson, Josoph Klrkham.
For tho foot races, horse races, baseball
gamo and athletic contests In the after
noon the commiltco Is advertising purses
aggregating $500. Tho baseball gamo will
bo between tho Lohl nnd a nine from tho
Highland Boy smelter.
Tho horses entered arc; Newel Brown's
trotting stallion, Bob vs. L. W. Lund's
pacing stallion, Mike; Murdock's fast
,pacor vs. Hammor's fast Hamblotonlan;
Lot's paocr vb Wing's pacor.
Mattnlas Poteraon Is marshal of the day
end Gcorgo Southwlok imd John Baboy
ere his aids. A ball at tho city park will
close tho day's festivities
CUPID ANNOUNCES TWO
CAPTURES AT COALVILLE
Special to The Tribune. j
COAL VJLLE, Juno 30. E. L. Benson and
Mlis Martha Savage o this place wero
married Inst night at tho homo of tlie
brldo's mother. E'der F. W. Wright per
formed tho ceremony In the presence of
tho Immediate relatives and a fow friends,
to whom a wedding supper was served.
Tho happy couplo will leavo In a fow
days lo mako their homo In Cheyenno.
and thby-taku with them the best wishes
of a liost of friends.
Parley T, Rlchlns and Miss Fannlo
"Judd, both of Henofer, this county, were
married In tho Salt Luke Temple yester
day. Coalville will celebrate July 4 In good
slyle. Tho Coalville brass band will "bo
out and render selections during tho day.
At 10 o'clock thy following programme
will Iks rendered In the stuko tabernacle.
Alma Eldrcdge, Mnstor of Ceremonies.
Music .. , Coalville Brass Band
Prayer President Goorgo W. Young
Singing Summit Stako Choir
Addroas Mayor Frank Croft
"Star-Spanglod Banner" ,
Oration Walter M. Bovdcn
Duei Winnie Smith. Edna Beard
Rocltation, "Independence Boll"
.Miss Mao Young
Toasts Moses W. Tnylor, O. W. French.
T. J. Lewis. W. L. Hansen.
Singing. "America" Congregation
Boncdictlon , Chaplain
Music by tho Band,
In tho afternoon thoro will bo baseball,
foot races, ohlldron's clnnco and various
other sports In the city park, and d ball
Miss May Jones Burled.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPANISH FORK, June 30. Tho funeral
of MIhh May James this afternoon In tho
Central mootlnghouse was ono of tho larg
est over held In tho city. Bishop Henry
Tho Spanish Fork moat market has
changod hands, onry Mattoy la now tho
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of tho State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Clara Lock
ard, plaintiff, vo. Robert Lockard, dofOiid
Tho State of Utah to tho said Defendant:
You lire hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho ecrvteo of
this summons upon you, If Borved within
tho county In whloh this action is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days af tor scrvluo,
and dofond tho abovo entltlod action; and
In enso of your falltiro ho to do, Judgment
vlll bo rendered against you according to
tho demand of tho complaint, a copy of
which Is left with tho olork of this court
for you. J. M. THOMAS,
, . ., Plaintiff.
P. O. address, 11-U Eaglo block, Salt
U-xke City, Utah, ys
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' 258 SOUTH MAIN, II
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Stove Auction H
We're going to put an- ' I H
othor $40.00 Garland range k I H
under tho hammer Saturday I H
at 330 p. m.. under precisely I B i
the dame conditions as form- & I Ml
or auctions either cash or I B ,
credit, and wo to deliver, pet . ID
up and connect free. Trj, I H
and como at that time; yo.i I M
will bo Interested. 1 B
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C Hardware Company H
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