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DE DESEThET E ET EVEJSING ivEflGSEWS NES FRIDAY Y tJCL JtLYI3 Y 13 1900
MOTHERS GENUINE GENUINEGRIEF GENUINEORIEF GENUINEQRIEF
GRIEF FOR HER ER BOY BOYAffecting BOYj
j n Affecting Scene Takit T ak Piece PieceIn PlecoTOftay PiceTo4sy
TOftay In Criminal rlmln 1 Court Courtf Curt1ssi
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ssi > 1 I JlCKAY JlCKAYlxlr OK4Y OOI qQIIil4i1 qQIIil4i1id nl lfn lfn1ilXlffJloaJPld
1ilXlffJloaJPld lxlr nYo r0l < t lid Ill Sent elllJ In I tliptitnls tliptitnlsludiixrlal t btl S Sullnlulal Iv IvIT
IT ludiixrlal aclieul Ch UIIJ b JudgnKof JudgnKofrell JlldC1t Jisd i irell 0 0reII
rell ftr f r Mealing MealingAn tuIti tuItiAn ulll ulllAn
An aflectlnir a < ecllnr sceneoua that brought broughttour brottM broulbttM
tM to the eyes of W p7 ar efco 0 Hi Hiiioaaed j jd U Un
iioaaed n d It It took place In 1 tiw Th he criminal criminalcourt orllalDalrt cdahIPUtt
court rt room this thu morning morningThe mornlqThe
The principal In the enactment otment of ofV ort ofV
V t e i rn r I rrrtld f f red I IiID WMt re William 10 10Jj Mak o oJo
Jj v k pixt iXt tnyearold boy wo 110 had hadjret udJni hidrt4
jret rt4 a Jv v jNudod < d trulUr to the crime crimecf 011 011gjrJ OIIRISifly
cf fi gjrJ r J 1 my and n4 the lb lad i rtotbern rtotber doIbrotnn
n I woman of r ra rat ut t appaanuic a and ad re re8 re8tMAt rele relemini ns nsrnonU
mini rnonUThs tMAtTbe
Ths boy o was u arrested by the 1 pollet polletWtlk poilcttL nolle nollen
n wwk or so age 10 charged with 1t1l steal stealine sisal1n Ialhl
ine hl the sum of YI W I from B H PBflfn PBflfnof rInJ QThlenof rInJof
of the I tt firm of CTBrien DrieD Bros the flireinpe Bast BastTempi tcureUlPY
Tempi reinpe itrtet tr I Diamond Coal CN Colt Cokcompony Coktom Colttompany
compony om ny In whose employ ha i was AI AsntaJed AIIIt AitLLtej
ntaJed IIt W before the defendant pleaded pleadedguilty pladt4gulll plesdidguilty
guilty when accused ac uHd of tbeprtme tbp the ir1me me anD anOwas anDWall mbwas
was held haby by b Poilua Justice Tiruinony to toBwst toawait toRWIt
await the lb action cf the dtstrlet court courtThis courtThill courtTh15
This morning he h was U brought before beforeJudge beloreJudSII beforeJudge
Judge Worrell and IIgaln aln scRnowlsdjefl scRnowlsdjeflhis
his guilt < ullt Attorney Jamie Jam V I smIth Bmlthaddrwaed 8mllhaddroued smIthiddrosied
addrwaed the lh court in behftU of the theyouthful tb tbyouthtul lityouthful
youthful direndan d ttllIa II I Mr Smith said saidthe saiGthe 14 14the
the boy wo W an n sweptlorwlly Hood boy boynt 00lat boyftt
nt home ome WUle W4l at school IM I attended attendedreEumrl aundedrguJarl attendedrularly
reEumrl and w was s reported by b his histeacher hlltraohera histohers
teacher to be ai a bright u a new newdoflar ne nedollar newdoflui
dollar U He H 1 had no baU 41 habits that thathin thatbIll thathis
bIll parentg knew of Ho 1 JltUI nevei neveib nvIIbeen fl5Ytbeen
b been sn known to tOlmoke smoke clgarottea olprflUMIr r us ustabaeoo 11 11tQba use usetobittoo
tabaeoo tQba In any 811 form No oao 0 l had d ever everheard eyerharl1 everIiar
heard 1 him swear or take the name ot ofDeity otDeity otDlty
Deity He was particular In n the it us usof IIho
of o tils hi language said Attorney Vmlth Vmlthth mUhthat tnIththtt
th that t he has refuted to repeat In the thepreienne theI1ruenne lbSpresenne
preienne of hl hiS folk languagt nccred nccredlied aecr aecrIhld aecridlIed
lied other boys boysThat bo boThlit boysiMt
That iMt ho 30 has n mania oontlnusd oontlnusdthp
the avtomity for taking money ana anathfnfs andTh1P4M
thfnfs 11111 < not belonging Ionlin to him Is I I regret regretto
to say too true and It is I ramethlng ramethlngthat rOlnthlllgttil1
that neither I nor his folks can under understand ttderatftnc dr drIItand
stand or explain explainAttorney IXpIRlnAHo oxplalnMtorney
Attorney AHo rn Smith suBCested that tin tintidy nl6boy thehay
tidy be b given another chance for to tomnd toPlrtd tond
mnd nd him to tell or commit him to the thereform Iber therQrrn
reform r torrn school would he feared break breakhis brtllkIIl brashhia
his IIl mothers heart heartProsecutor heartrr heartrbirautor
Prosecutor rr t Outor Uy Van Colt called the thecourts tiltcou thecourta
courts cou rt attention to the fact that only onlylast onlrJut onlylast
last October the defendant wu wrested wrestedfor xretsdfor
for f r mbnilement and nd was at allowed to togo 10gO togo
go upon R promise prom never to do such a athing aIhlnf mthing
thing again The ho best thing thtti for th thbay the theboy
bay 116 and his people Mr van Coti Cotithought CotlIbouibl Ott Ottthought
thought was to send II him to the flut flutIndustrial 8tateInlulrifll tati tatiInUtXpttltI < >
Industrial school where he could b btausbta bl bltllUbt betatlbt
tausbta 11 tradeand trad and an where he would be bemade betnIde bemhde
made a man of ofJudge OfJudge t tJU
Judge JU g Korrell then Interrogated the thedefendant Illedetehlln liedefobdant
defendant t but the Ih latter bunt Into Intotear latolearl Intoteari
tear learl and an wa was In consequence hardly hardlyoftlo hardl1oTl1 bardInib
nib to o milk reply replyWhat replyWhat replyWhat
What makes you take thlnn thl that thatda thaido thatdo
do not belong to your yoi Inquired Judg JudgorrelL Ju JuoTleIL JudieforrelL
< orrelL orrelLI
I dnt know replied the defendant defendantbetween c telulantlatwen defendantbetween
between sobs I did not realise 11 what whatwas wbatJ
J was all doing dol All until unUlaftr after I had done It ItJudge I IJucge itJudge
Judge Norrell Mid that In view ot ottho otho ofthe
the elraumstanoos surrounding the caN coaehe caNhe caishe
he could do no other than to commit committho committhe committhe
the defendant d which his honor did or ordaring ordirflJf orl414nE
daring that t at he be conflnetl In the 111 8taU 8taUIriduHriM liltaltIndu Imte Imteur1nj
IriduHriM dirflJf Indu ur1nj ri school until he h shall halllaave have at attained att attolned ¬
tained t lnPd tfie t e ag age of twentyone or until untilhe unUIhO untitIi
he Ii U I otherwise It erwllo l Iplly c aily Uy dIscharged by bythe b bthe bythe
the oflleerf of the h ln Institution InstitutionYoun InutItutlonTotinN tltutiun tltutiunYoung
Young MoKny oK y tli lien n took his hi neat t on onthe onthe onth
the th prlAlners prlf nrs bench where he wan WIflIIOOII WIflIIOOIIjolnM soon soonjoined
joined by b his mother and sister and a anumber anumber anumber
number of friend Mm McKay threw threwher Ihrewhor threwher
her arras Around her boys boy neck and Im Implored 1mplored implored ¬
plored the olHwrs not to Ilk him away awayfrom awayfrnm swayfrom
from her Deputy Sheriff Dowse Dow after afterwaiting afterwaiting ttlrWailing
waiting fully live minutes during which whichthe whichtt
the tt i mother and eon remained ladled In Inath Ini ineeh
ath i eh others urnswalked up to the pris prison prlsoner prisonet ¬
on oner ef and told him he would have to tocome tocOMe toCOMe
come along McKay passionately passionatelyMused pullonatelklStled piselonatelyIiautd
Mused lila mother end attempted to rise riseto riffto Herto
to his hi f tlUt cut at The woman however re refused ntUed iifueed
fused to releai releaI4hlm hlm and here followed followedthe
the neene referred to In the owning owningsentence OPfnlllrentenee oienInXSentence
sentence of this account accountMy actOufltHM accountaMy
HM aMy My boy my boy lies my 11 boy dont donttake dootta
take ta t he him 1m from me if you 011 do I shall die dieIm dieIm dieIm
Im hU h mother and hes h all I have ave on onearth onenrth onearth
earth tie IB my only onl son dont please pleasedont pl pldtmt plea pleadgnt
dont take him from me meThese n nThea
These 111 were a few of the th exclama exclamatlfliu excl excltl4J1J excianistlqjts
tlfliu uttered by Mrs ra McKay She IheliurroutMltd was waseurraundfrd wasatirraunded
eurraundfrd by a young daughter and anda nd nda
a number of other smiles all uf whom wliomware whomwire hom homw
ware w crying and wringing their theirhands theirian4
hands ian4 In dl 11lr 4Iwlras tr M The hits hitsUarhl hilIbfCnd huebtnd
Uarhl tried to pacify his wife wlfand wfteBOO wifeand
and the th others but they th all Ig Ignored 1 1nortd ignored ¬
nored his hi entreaties or failed to hear hearwhathe h lisarwhatbe r rhll
whathe hll he said saidIn ealdIn aldIn
In another corner of the court room roomMt roomII roomMt
Mt II t Mr Whltseotton Whlt otMn her little girl and andMabel IIn andMabe1 l llIabtl
Mabel Cllv who were crying piteous piteousiy plteouIMrs pIteousMrs
iy I
iyMrs
Mrs A V gtkkney and gupertn gupertntendent jlupertntenalfll ttpedntenOnt
tendent Jennie JlInl 0 Wblpple bl pl of the corn county eouny cornty ¬
ty y Infirmary finally Ihtall succeeded eu tded in quiet quietIng qulelInlf quietIng
Ing the th distressed dlalr mother mol her and the oth othortl cliiore others ¬
ers As J McKay left the th court room In Inthe Inthe inthe
the wroitaay OIImr s mpmm A of the officers Mrs Mc McKay MoIC tc tclCd ¬
Kay IC lCd r made a rush for hlmbut foil to the theJoor thefOQC theloOt
loOt In a swoon before she h be succeeded uoc ed In Intts InItlg iniaiIag
< iaiIag tts > lNK her son It was fully fifteen lifteenitgtee fifteenilHUtet
> ilHUtet befure she h ittrained conscious conictousnan
nan 11 and site It was criled riIed from the court courtr
r nm leoklC mere dead than alive aliveU aUvI alivewas
T5 U was learned thut YoUng youn > MiKay Is Isiw IIIIra Liii1ps
i1ps iw McKAys Me AT son by b a f fllrmtlr rm r husband husbandUroa4 bunaIQIII buaban4lroad
Uroa4 uu who whose name was llrown llrownI
I I r present 1 husband In I 11 a hackman anti aJiiltltare IUlitI
hue I were w whisperings < around the thei t tourl thoust
i oust room today to the effect that the thei
i oy 0 had not been any too well treatedr treated
r tt t home by b his ht stepfather stepfatherT
T TW u g McKay IQ was II taken to Ogden OfftlsnMs OlrdenthJI Ogden11f
Ms liernooa Jfcfm going uln be made madeCHUf l madeIlhertft JeCW
CHUf Deputy puty Hherlff MontOm0ttromlt Montpomory Montpomorytirumlfp ry rytlruWP
tirumlfp that he h wuuld let his bt motl motloome m9htf m9htfCIOIIIe tMl1Voome
oome to see him l m as often as po pgcjIlbl pgcjIlblAS iula iulaAX tb1eOLD
AX OLD ilANVwAS ilANVwASWilliam Y MANS ts NDRltISOS ANII1LtNUSWilliam NDRltISOSWllllalll
William Roberts Ro Robrtuagd r aged d i6 6 6uto wanterod wanterodQO
uto Ut the Ii poll ZlQIIIt < sutlon half clad cladmiae 11 Inst InstVentam 01 01ftalll
miae and inquired It he h WMJIVr wuln WP In QIrhili QIr QttIei
leu Th insinuation would uul JiflV 11P 1J bO n nhoU
iietly hoU resented lItd but for the cro Iroo11110 grant vVOB0 vVOB0ee got gotb < 0t 0tt
t b ee Inquirer It aj 1I111If1l > i r tbfti tll ISlHrtc JbttrIDhat ISlHrtcHouse ltpbertsa1
hat a1 WUertd ew K IrolftJi from Ii0 e poor poorhouse r rhltllt
House Up u near ovjrn t5dpnIst aniJidfflkjljJ115 aniJidfflkjljJ115cet anll If Ifet
Ist get et bark Hi H mind 1111 nl la I i5J5IIU IiniP UB UBjalancej dllallnclJ tiflaIancej
jalancej Jal Janor r Kimlillpl XlrlllJillI tet W > P0 P0l poor poori14
14 l J fellow ilow In gin 1r him ft M1 wttand wttande M1ea II IIlied
lied ea e him u II with n nw w cialh cl e1sth4 th JI JIHill He Is Islttt1 istin I 1
Hill hanflnj aruini the Btfil lItttrtP tmIa tmIaprobsitilillee Ott4m < U Uas > VOt1 VOt1fli d dJlObahlll1lu
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older county countyhert collllt coantyIhirti
Ihirti hert colllltHaycock Haycock of PangUlUh PangUlUha PI Iltlh J iS Mro Mroa re rei
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far I pleasure luting utIn In laJu Jo Fish FishJudge t W4ifti W4iftiJuAe
Ju Judge 8e Jacob Johnson II up t m J
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lenDr Dr IIP o ia awl Wi we wm fi Y4avr 1ea came eamdon cameQ
eXafo don II O o f I iUrjX Ie j4 with the thetamer Ihee the79Itr
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tamer Penator Ior Arthur rt lr Brown is I up upIn upIn UpIn
In Idaho 11bo line his visit to the th East Easttho EatttlM 1itill
tho ill stMtors tftI6Pt re lftt han gfMtly gfMtlyproved 1 1pmv law lawproved
pmv provedWN proved provedJM
pmv1M WN JM 1M J 1 M Smith CJilcjW ClIlcarq W J Kl Klly KelIy Xiily
ly Cheyenne ilnn and W T Hint KIeVdale Rock Rockdale Rockai
dale ai Wifovlng ire at among the U he Walkers W Wy WM Wall1rIIlls Walkersiw
Ills iw bail to4ayJ y
J 4 Cowrlft 1 1fl of lbs lb Joaf Joafco otsrntuXirlIbt otsrntuXirlIbtCo IiIIt IiIItco
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line Wiotalng wao 0mm In and Is a quarte quarteKenyota quartered at the thlKIftJOIi theK thea
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wtaqjst it aaa AI foot fiMt 1 POD a busi busiMUro bUill bualiqss
iqss it in 111 pIlielare MUro trip He expects to tohome 10t toii
l ii t Mi aid home mt II bilana before he heRtlburg healtarr heriturea
riturea ritureaRnburg
Rtlburg Ida Current John Har HarHngtop BrftftItOJind flarthgtoflsnd
Hngtop ftftItOJind mnd family of Halt Lake City Cityare Clt CltlInl Cityire
are traveling lInl through this country en enroute enrout n nroute
route to 1C the lb b National NAUo park P8r for Mtofl or recrea recreation n rea reaUaG ¬
tion af4 J ttllUl pleasureuhIcoT pleasure pleasurerulhn
rulhn l uhIcoT T T R Collins OlevelandOhlo OlevelandOhloMrsIt < ievelandOhIOMrIL IvelandohloMra
MrsIt Mra I B Patterson ton rrtnslaco rrtnslacoJ4M ruiscoMarII co coraw
J4M raw 1 11 Marrlflt M Jaaesjll Dela pelamar DelaoiaiTHfT Delaail
oiaiTHfT ail Ifit ici H It B Patterson ltaft an rran TranGiioo rranolsco an anoIac
olsco L M U I Williams > Fresno FrsnoCalWm FrsnoCalWmWhahit rilnoCal CalWm CalWmF jWm jWmWIs
WIs Whahit Cbh1alQ Cbh1alQt
F 1 > Hall past consul commander of ofAstec orAlte ofAatec
Astec amp No to Woodmen of the theWorld theWorld theWorld
World At Durango and delegate to the thecoming theoml thecoming
coming oml head ad camp session of the order orderto
to be halo IQ i this city uU August SlUt next autII sxt sxtIs
Is I her herKe beK10ftlI hers hersKey1
K10ftlI Ke yonM J Allen Denver R E ESniiftjeoa EJlII EspIiVeon
Sniiftjeoa JlII Tales Center Clntl Kansas J A AlUnJu AHfIIJ AHenjum
lUnJu Minneapolis U il K BrlggiBan BrlggiBanFrawtoeo 8rl8rraI BrlflsaIiFmniICo
Frawtoeo oL W McMullen Boston C CH CU CIf
H Ball Portland Mr and Mrs Alt AlfWashington Althtn AltWshlnjtttn
Washington htn Chicago F W V Taylor TaylorPocatelloi TaylorPO TaylorPocateflo
Pocatelloi PO < leUol If a J Frederick Han lIa Francisco Franciscoueorge JlrllncllKOIOr rancIiCOllot1s
ueorge Or > Dawson wlIPn Chicago Gpo W WBiulle W8tolle Wetulle
Biulle Philadelphia Mr and Mrs rs Htan Htanley tan tanhy
ley y Chicago W H Bennett Toledo ToledoOhio i iOhio
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The liroteedlpg In the police court courttoday courttoday courttoday
today were w brief and to the point pointCharles JOlatChari pointCharisi
Charles Chari H itaats tamt accused at assault aasaultand auaultand assaultend
and battery was w supposed to be tried triedtoday trIedtd triedtiday
today td but the cue was continued until untilthe untilth untiltheIIiLmtZpm
the th theIIiLmtZpm theIIiLmtZpmJ lilt at S p m mJ mJ
J I oekadhl became b me Intoxicated Intortetdtprela yes yesterday yeslerOy ¬
lerOy tprela Said he h Pray Judge let me meoff m moff Incotr
off this t time I have a wife sick and nd I Ihavent Ilaavent Ihavent
havent been here b for two yean yeanJudge ynJudituDoItt ysaNJudjsDont
Judge JudituDoItt Dont come ba back k for two twoyears twoear twoyears
years ear mere you can n go goI frO11m i iI
I 11m am tshnmedfor ashamed for what I don said saidPat saidIat d dI
Pat I Kennedy who was u charged with withdrunkenness withnukennH withtlnnikennna
drunkenness but It is the lrat first rat time timefor tlmfor timefor
for me I never been before the court courtbefore coUrlbelore courtbefore
before I work on the tb railroad llr met metsome mltlame metcorns
some friends trW d took too much and am amsorry amsorry
sorry for It It finally ftDlJl developed developedthat
that Kennedy came down from Parleys Parleyscanyon lll1re lll1reoanron Parleyscanyon
canyon where he h had been working at atthe atthe atthe
the tunnel The court gave him tnree tnreedays thMdal thridays
days
IKQlEUTY iRO1RTY1RANSF1LS iRO1RTY1RANSF1LSAbetruct THAtVSMHS THAtVSMHSAbstract lltANSnmSAINltraet
Abstract of Ills County Recorders Useorderaolflce RlCOflIer011111I
office Bait Lake City July Itthi ItthiJ 1thJ
J H Brlnion to D 11 Urtnton Urtntonwarranty Drtnoftwnaaly Ilitntomwarranty
warranty deed H aoro north northwest n northwest rth rthwt
west quarter Motion 10 Jo town township townIhlp township ¬
ship I south mace 111 1 east N NPhilander 110Philander O OPhilander
Philander Butler to D D Ilrln Ilrlnton IIl1nIon flrinton
ton warranty deed Interest InterestButler IIIItButlr InterestHuller
Butler Irrigating ditch til tilCuttonwood DIg DIgCuttowood flitCottonwood
Cottonwood 1MO 1MOD I ID
D A Hutsor IIues i to D B Drinttn Drinttnwarranty DrlnllnwanaI UrintInwarraity
warranty deed south belt of otsoutheast oflOutheut ofsoutheast
southeast quarter eoUen reoUsntownship oten IS IStownihlp 18 18lowftlhlp
township i Boulli ranKt raflgeeast 2 2east 2eut
east eastA 3 3A 3 3A
A U Mulv 1ulvey y to leter ter Itaurke ItaurkewarntBtr nourkewarraat Itaurkowarranty
warranty deed 10 t rods to toteet 41 41foot 4 4feet
foot soUthwest from 10 rods redswarranty rodswarranty rodswarranty
warranty deed 10 rods by bye 4 4eut 4ft 4fteut
e eut at of northwest corner lot lotblock lotS lotSblock I Iblock
block 49 0 Dial A 2000 2000Utalj 2000Utab 2000Uta1li
Utalj 8 vinKS Trust company companyto
to Isaac Shea warranty deed deoalots deedM
lots I arid 3 block 1 mill WSJfFirst millFlnt DIIcFirst
First add addJohfl 416 416John < M MJohn
John lJurton to Sarah J U Ha Hamer JJaIner Iiiliter
liter w wrrnftty rrmlity deed lxl rods rodsnorthaajt rodnorUIOAIl rodsnorjittit
northaajt from 1W fet e north of ofiwtrnvust otnOfUtwl ofmiorthvirnt
iwtrnvust corner lot 4bloek 4bloekplat III IIIpial 3Qp1st
plat A APeter 1 1Pfter 1Peter
Peter nourk to W tWo M Jones Joneawarranty Jon Jonwarrantr Joneswarranty
warranty deed 10 rod by jt jtfeet tl tlfeet 45feet
feet southwest from 10 rods rodseast 104lINt Podssalt
east of northwest corner let lelblock letblock R Rblock
block 4 > plat A 3000 3000I
I M 1 Wa4d Wa4d1II m to T M L Mum Mumford 11umtord Mumford
ford et t a ai warranty deed 14x18 14x18rods Ib18rod lixiGrods
rods southeast lI ulMUt frem northwest northwestcorner norlhwtoarner northw eat eatcorner
corner lot I block 5 Pint n nWilliam I IWilliam IMQ IMQWilliam
William Turton to Fannie P PHowe Ifnowe PRowe
Howe quitclaim q Itclah1t deed north northhalf IIQrthhalt nrttihalt
halt of o lot 5 block 61 f Plat B BBait 1 IIOG IIOGiktt 3100la1t
Bait Lake county to 8 n Wail Wailac WalIce Waillace
Ice quitcalm deed north half halfof halfof
of jwrthwwit quartar g son Jon Jontownship It Ittonhlp S Stownubip
township J south uth r flngt ncj 1 west tt 1 1Henry 1Jlenrr IHenry
Henry Sadler dIer truati6 t to 0 0Phelpi 1 1PhIII LPhelpi
Phelpi quitclaim ultCZsimn deed < VJ VJacrtMotiwwest 114 114acreuotttbweit 1i 1iacrisjoUthwest
acrtMotiwwest Quarter iieCthofl ettan ttann
16 tSwwhlp tonshlP I wlh ratiB 1 Ito 1tit 1ast
800 800I
tit > j jLetts
to Oac Oscar r if drwHelL drwHelLdeed Qroche1 Qroche1qultalaim
I Letts nwI
rhl1l11f rhl1l11f1I1k
Ii < f ftjlesk
qultalaim t deed ea suit t half let lot1loCk
tjlesk 1loCk U 4 Plat lnt A ATotal 4 I ITa 1 1Tetal
Total Ta tal r rMDOKAI vMSDO4AlfllflStlt UUS UUSJUW
JUW JUWMDONALDIn
MDOKAI MDONALDIn DIn Bait I Lake ke City July Jul Julmh Julyhum >
mh ot dtaJet 8 SiuI1h roh widow of tho thod 1MllLtO
llLtO Jo1i l MeUenald d in the Tith year yearlate rearol yearuJ19
ol h r a Ire IreIiuneri1
Iiuneri1 uJ19 from rom late reotdem 11J 11 11Walllln 11W 11WVashingtin
Walllln Vashingtin ten avenue Sucar ward tat tatUth 1AtJlurdllY Satnurday
JlurdllY Uth ln Inlll t at 10 a m Friends Friendsinriledj1 PrtnllInvited FrIendsmnlted
inriledj1 Invited Invitedwn mnltedwli42O1
wn wli42O1 SQNln ln Mill 111I Creek ward Salt SaltJuly BaitIake Silliitke
Iake unl July Jul Mta after ftr a linger lingerVllsonsed IIqerIlI linger1nWfl
1nWfl wnIc paac Vllsonsed 74 yean yeanScotts yearst1nTh ea ea1iUnfdll
IlI 1iUnfdll t1nTh row Scotts ootts school eehoototh house houseoJrteenth bou bouoerh
oerh f oJrteenth South ud IL d Fifth Fifthndw PUthIfoet
Ifoet 11 ipiitRY ndw 15tb th Inst at 10 a w wfor 10Dd ICDec
Dd fall ra for many years eall coach coachlate ooaclamnn coacbman
man Q uf tile late Jat IatePraldent President 14nt B BnL13lfl Young YoungnL YOUIOL1JNJil
nL OL1JNJil N > In Salt LAke City July Mth Mthof lIt1Iof 11thor
of snlnal P1 1 complaint tOm llLlnl Uvlna wife of ofGlen orA1 ofAinnt1r
A1 nntSP1r Glen aged ii 4 yean 10 10d 1 1mottUUl 10mnnthn
mottUUl Ud hfl d iv days dayse dysFurtatl daysiurdI
Furtatl Irem rein e > Fourth 1 urth ward watting isMIs isMIshouse Nt g ghIlUq
hIlUq house 81 1dar d 15lh h inst at 14 4 p m m All Afifrlonfli AllrrtntIs A AfIind0
frlonfli ftf l1 airi kindjyjnvited kindjyjnvitedNW lnd kindlY nvlted nvlted0ti1JIt1ilNlChl Ite f fc
c J1I1H1N1Cbt NW thin city eU July 11 1 of ofinfHtitum otQbil ofihlbfll
Qbil ihlbfll ra infHtitum Florsnoe May Mayef WlrIIflItItl MaytiugliLsi
tiugliLsi r ef John B Ctwterilna ase4M ase4
IIflItItl 1 11 InenUI InenUIJUtllr1
Funeral M Saturday turdllt at I p I m at t 8U 8Uchurch I IJP4uTI siiuER
JP4uTI church RemalM may N y ygd ue Ievfwtd ueat
vfwtd gd at residence Iden l No Pear streetfrom streetfrom street ttfrom
from 10 to 0 Saturday U ilSaturdaMQDCThlt14Imn SaturdayMoDOKlVLDlr SaturtaMoDO
MoDOKlVLDlr MoDO LD1n alt Lake City July Julyllth Julrmh Julyitlh
llth nf if dlabetls Sarah widow of the thetats ulat thelate
tats lat John M Inmald < Donald In the seventy seventyfourth levntrtQrth seventyuiirth
fourth yea ea i of her age ageFuneral apIrom asFuneral
Funeral front i > late lat residence HOI HOIWashington 11 11Wahttlfton 1150Waihiiiltofl
Washington u anui < > nu nut Sugar ward Sat Saturday latu Saturday ¬
urday u ay 14th Inyt ut 10 a rn Friends are arerespectfully arere are5pectfuIIY
respectfully re truI1Y Invited InvitedIs
I 1I
HeadaciBe HeadaciBeII
Is I often oI a trarnlnc that the liver H Htorpid htorpkt Ittorpid
torpid or inactive More serious serioustoabtes serioustrotabkl noli nolitlOJbk
toabtes IUIIY > u y foiKjw For a prcuu prontoflident ronll ronlloftIrlent > t tefficient
efficient run of Headache lIf4da Jwj mud all allllrer millirer
llrer 11 T troubia take takeWill lakeHood1s takCHoods
Hoods takeS S Pills PillsWhlll
Will they 1M rouM rail the hr II IR r reitore reitorefull ieeisrfull laonJfl1I
full regular action o 0 tk llafo bowels hcwriithey hcIWr1Itber bowelstbe
they tbe do tb not gripe crl e or HLn do not notIrritate DOtInilite mmo mmoIrTilate
Irritate or lunaa fQlalQl tbe lb tnt pt < riuloiptM riuloiptMbut rlll Of OIM OIMblt M Mbpt
but bare ba a positive Itln twu rflect rlleetI Xe Xeai C Cat
I ai atlll all ilruansu II III or b Iln1I by mall at atU ofOIJicodttCoLoweflMais
U OIJicodttCoLoweflMais iTliooa I ItICIIIt < t Co Loffell Mass
WOULD OPEN UP UPA UPA tiPA
A GREAT COUNTRY COUNTRYRjilrtat
Rjilrtat Q to the Const a Very Great GreatBenefit GreatBenefit QretBnst
Benefit to Utah UtahUANY UtahJ UtahANY UtahMANY
J
MANY ANY DOIUIANL1 DOU IANL IiVDUSTJUTHJ IiVDUSTJUTHJWould I DuSrnnCflJIIIIiIrlnIC
Would JIIIIiIrlnIC Spring l tts UfBSliorlenUis of ofniitancc urUblillce orJlstancc
niitancc Will iii Irovou Iro ii fiictor fiictorIn
In Hi It Comtriictloiu ComtriictloiuThe tousiriictloThe Ollltrllelohe
The statement te t the tloa effect lIe l that Uffr UffrUtah UliUalt thiUtah <
Utah A tootle IK to be extended lft U tet tetPloltlo they theyPaolflo 11WPacific
Pacific oejt at an early day dayfrom d oo ootram oom oomfrom
from a source that Is sufficiently sufficientlythorltlvt nfllell1IhorlUvt euMelesatlythoritivi
thorltlvt to loYO lira proper weight t tto ttAl t1e5 t1e5to
to Having 11 reference to UI the Heft Heftwhich IU IUwblcla It Itwhich
which appeared In yesterday elttrda evenfr evenfrlaaua evenfil evetdbtlus J Jof
laaua of this paper a gentleman Mto It Ita J
a close 01 student of the railway sit atttil1 atttil1of eItUefIt eItUefItcml nail nailof
of the tll country said 14 today that All AllIndloatloas ADIndbatloas U
I
Indloatloas point to the reliability rell ot otthe t tthe
the tb report I MU se sea that the thehllt thehlltllyoa thtLmnwas lion lionwas I
was given with no Idea III of announcing announcinganything annouD annouDuarUa snneuUInJanything
anything uarUa r stsrtllns I rtllq to lbs lb public It nmIJ was wasmerely wUmerely
merely printed a AI the Ih statement of a avery arr avery
very rr plain and reasonable T proposition propositionwboae IlropolltUWlbole propositiwlwhose
bole existence Is I apparent to most mOltItO flioltpeople mostpeople
people ItO Ie having any III knowledge know led of c can 11011Itfoll canitlonu n nijlllous
ijlllous Itfoll here The extension to Lot LotAngeles LOlahplM LosAngeles
Angeles can not much lunger be Avoid Avoided ToIdlei ¬
ed because of the great liwrease In Intrattlo Inlramo inLrUio
trattlo Then the Ih allprevalllni Idea Ideaif
if r shortening lortln distance will prove to be befactor betUlor bep
p factor In this case for or the line U would wouldbe ouldlie
be e much uoh shorter than others reaching reachingthe r rechinLhe hlnl hlnllhe
lhe coast from fromuUtah Utah Surreys h hv hvIbown hava havaihown ve veihown
ihown that the construction of a road roadirould roadoulil roadwould
would be decidedly practicable and that thatthe 1hllthe thathe
the physical dllHcultv which would be belurntounted belurmount84 beaunnoUnted
lurntounted are Inalgnllloant as com compared to toared coinard ¬
pared with those overcome In the con conitructloti t1OnItructlOfl eonitruetlon
itructloti of coin other lines Such SuchI Suchfllece
I piece ot road would be of ineallwr ineallwrle I11I Uf1Rt Uf1RtI
lIe le I value to Utah opening up ii iiwould s l loulll It Itwould
would all the dormant 1I0nn dormaxht t resources N of ofU ofUouthrn Ui UiKiutbern uIuulbern
Kiutbern part of the Stale The In Inlustrtai tl1SUltrt Lulustrisi
lustrtai which would be developed In Inthat Ifthat fithnt
that locality 1 as A result of o sueh tuehUroad a arailroad arilaroad
railroad would almost sutllce to auilaln auilalnthe IUJllllnlilt
the Ji line IIn Independent of other bURtHfUL bURtHfULhotie bU bUhove
I hove to see a short line IIn built to torntlttI tongeIee Ei EiAngeles
Angeles at a comparatively cOlnparlttlIearlmd early day dayjnd daytnd
jnd It may a b be 1 nearer than ate atenllclpate lOtnliclpmte o now nowanticipate
anticipate anticipateMust tnliclpmte1tmat nllclpateII
Must II II lit llulUl Its Own Milo MnoWhen MiloWhn LIneWhen
When the Ills 0 rands Grands Western Westerntip awa4a awa4aLiP t tp
tip p Its ta mind to take In the Colorado ColoradoMidland Coloradoldland ColoradollIdlnd
Midland railroad and to operate It and andtiie ud1I1 andLite
tiie 1I1 Western as one system It left the tutDenver lb lbDenver theDenver
Denver a Rio Orande with practically practicallytto
ISO western tern ouUt nays the Bustern BusternUtah JllMternUtah BasternUtah
Utah Advocate In other worda the thelatter thelattr thelatter
latter Is forced to the position of gtv gtvlni livIng 51vnag
lni nag the Ih Western tern Its It transcontinental transcontinentalbusiness tralllCOnJlIntIJbUlln treusconiMntalbusiness
business bUlln at Uraml Junction and IIn In 1ftturn re return return ¬
turn for this gala ta nothing from the haul haulthe hIu1the haulthe
the other way warIo to the east This force forcethe fGlCltlfIhe foleasthe
the Denver Rio JIb Grande to eventually eventuallyextend eventuallyexnd nIUaU nIUaUexend
extend Its own line lID to Salt Lake City Cityand Cityand
and 04 this may be looked for aa the next nextmove nxtmove nextmove
move on the railroad checker board rd In InUtah InUtah InTjtah
Utah UtahProm UtahlJOrilln Tjtahltm1somn
Prom a jrentUnwn U 1an who wb Is a In close closetouch cloHtoueh closetouch
touch with the high officials of the h Den Denver Denver Denvet
ver ft Rio Orande the Advocate learns learnsthat learnIhal learnsthat
that surveyors will soon be put In the theheld Ihetteld thefield
held to survey a AlIue line from N Nw r Castle CastleGoto CtleColo CastleCob
Cob to Salt Lake City via the Ashley Ashleycountry AshleyQOuntry Ashleycountry
country That the line will be built builtwithin builtlthln builtwithin
within the next few te months there II not notthe notlb notthe
the lb least doubt and nel our Vernal friends frlendomay trlftldllma friendsmay
may ma yet have a transcontinental line Un In In Inatead InIItMd Instead
stead of a branch of the Rio lu Grande GrandeWestern OrandWtItern GrandsWestrn
Western the Ih latter being Inc the moat tmMtthey moatthey nOIItthy
they have ever honed for forThe torrhe forThe
The Ashley valley II one of the rich richost lichOIIt richoat
oat Motions of Utah both In agricul agricultural alrcultuNI artcultuml ¬
tural and mineral wealth Last month monthnlone lIIonthqlone nionthitlone
nlone Vernal paid 1I1 the Ih Rio Grande GrandeWestern OraneleWnlrn Grandntro
Western ntro over elaht thousand dollars dollarsfor dGl dGltDr dourfor
for Ingoing frelpht rre1 ht This year ah she will willship wUIblp willahip
ship out several eral hundreds of cars c of ofproducts otluO ofroducti
products luO uctl mineral agricultural horti horticultural horUGUttural horticultural ¬
cultural and otherwise otherwiseSIMICIC olhtwlSPIIUC otherwisespilcic
SIMICIC AND A D HAIL HAILThe HAUlTh Llt1tTb
The crowd at a Salt Sltalr air today Is a stun ttunner stunnor hl hln hl8tale <
nor n
norBlat
State Democratic day occur on onIhurtdny 01lhureWt eaThursday
Thursday July JI1I IMh at altalr altalrJ
J T Clark of the lb nook Island went wentto t ttAl
to Dotae otse last night nightGeneral tIIs nIghtGenrl t tOelllral
General Freight Agent lltllt Cheats ef th thUnion the IhilUnion theUnion
Union Pactnc went north today todayThe 11The todayThe
The Union Pacific will lay 8Mt feet feetmore feetmoll ftmore
more track In the depot de pol yard at Oyden OydenAn OdnAn OdenAn
An excursion to eastern terR points la an announced alanounori announced
nounced by the tll Rock Island for July JulyJOth Jul Julth JulyICth
JOth JOthA thA th
A Mg r program bat been arranged for forCambrian torCarlan forCambrian
Cambrian day dI at l SalUIr on next at Wed Wedasaday WdIIlIIcIar Wedneaday
asaday asadayBeginning IIlIIcIarDqImlas neaday13egtnnIn
Beginning on Monday lo broadiruege broadiruegetrains broa4giaagtrains rad ae aetralna
trains will 111 run over the Wee westerns Park ParkCity ParkCity Iarkcity
City branch branchIt lIeh lIehII
It is reported per In I Idaho that the Union UnionPacific Un UnatUlo UnionPitlAo
Pacific haa acquired ulrecI the I eta iataIdaho actflIdaho etaIdaho
Idaho Northern road roadThe roadTb roadThi
The Tb Union Pacific ls moving 0lta U pre prevent preyot proTent ¬
vent the t carrying of boxcar paamtsrs paamtsrsupon JIIIHIICupon psatsesupon
upon their train trainThat tauTbat trainsThat I
I
That Unto Pacific watch wa order or eon eonstltutes 10ftUtUI sueetItut
stltutes UtUI a bone of contention over which whichthere whiebthere lakIbI I
there I h seems III to be many mll smarting smartingThe
The T e Mutual Improvement aasocUtlons aasocUtlonsare I
are picnicking IIoRlck at Lagoon today I todayorowd aY A big bigcrowd biJorod
crowd Is there enjoying the many manyevents 1ftaa11eve1II manyevsti
events provided vWed la the program programThe prurrmThe
The naptha launch for Ltgooa was wasexpected walUIJte4 waserpuIed
expected to arrive some time today todayA 041 041A
A pier baa been built on the lake for forthe flrthe furthe
the accommodation of the little veasell veasellThere vigerilThere II IITbtfl
There are a aremany many man visitors Ielto in town tow a today todayan
on account of the tb State excursion at the theXaoeabeea theaoeaba heX
Xaoeabeea X be1I to SaUalr All the railroad railroadhad railroAdbid raIlrosdbed
had extra It passengers p this morning momlagR mUM mUMW
R W Qtutnlp haa ha bean anfoiitlod anfoiitlodtraveling aN apolatdtravalluK Iltedtraylhlg
traveling conductor for the Ih Hlo 141oWestern Grand GrandWeetera 0 0I
Western I Superintendent IU WelbyD Wloy an annouROMOtat announoesisat
nouROMOtat D makes IPfIk the tit appointment IIppol t t thotlv ittenths f ffeotlve
tenths July Uth UthTtremen UthFlremn 11thFiremen
Firemen who work upon the tit Union UnionPacifics URton1clflcl Unionlscltica
Pacifics new large engines eowplaln COflI11alnmucb eoraalnmuch eowplalnmuch
much of the th Intense heat given ive out from fromthe fro frotbe frontthe
the boilers snd the lb lack ef t protection protectionfrom prqtIctonfrom
from the sum sumR sumK limR
R II Green city eit passenger agent far farth rerth firthe
th the < Vnlon nloll 1aoMr has undergone an anoperation anoperation n noprattol
operation at Holy Green C hsjnlUl Dr IrNUM DrNil DrNil
NUM Nil who performed lorMed the prctsnetenal prctsnetenalM
M lItth > rtoe says that Ute patient will seen seenbr I90nlito soonit
br it out ut again againA aal
A Rio araads Orall Western oeal train tranditched was wasdlihtd weedituhed
ditched on Wednesday W Aladar at Rhene Just Justt JUStthl Juitthis
t thl this hi i tide Id of Grind Junction The en engine elllelnt encm ¬
gine cm and four oars were rc damag and andtraffic an4tramc andtramc
tramc WM 4lMmutEo4 for a few hours hoursJ hou houJ
J Ieyer > Is I endeavoring t to arrange arran a aipertacutar al aspeelaeuir
ipertacutar l collision of two old narrow narrowguage nrroru narrowlust
lust ru engines on the Tootle line IIn His HisIntention HI HIIlltentioa Hisintention
Intention 1 Is to tow bav ha It orour at Qarfleld QarfleldWhether GMlellIWIber QardloldWhether
Whether or not he will succeed depends dependsupon dlaclIIpGA dependupon
upon the lb will of railroad officials officialsOn
On th t ht SSrd the Union Pacific runs runsanother rensanother 11II 11IIanothr
another cheap excursion from Heck HeckSprings lltIC8prl1 Iteckprlng
Springs and Intermediate points u Salt SaltLake SaltLake It ItLaic
Lake A rotted roll trip lit rate of U 4 la af affared attred itfered
fared from tro Reek Sprlags and M the fart fartIs f fII
II proportio roPCIttieMleIY a y lea ie fries all points pointsthis potfllltt111 pedalsthis
this side ef f that t t plea jrtaaTne aTbe pleaThe
The Saltalr MtaIrjiosngenwnt Jt lr mai ttnllJmllit B tne it laa UsVf deoMtd deoMtdte dNW dNWLi teI teIl
te l make Monday Iond night oUrlci night and
MIYONS INIIALER INHALERCURES INIIALERCURI3SZ
CURES CURESCATARRH CURI3SZr a aCATARRli
r CATARRH CATARRHCojda
Cold Couchs CouchsF
c1 F Hsy l1 y Tover fQ roiarichIths r Bron Bronchitis DronchltJs ¬
ichIths chitis Asthma Aathmand Asthmatland lath ma maand
tland and all Dlstase Dlstaseof DJ8 DJ8t DIsunsetheThiront
of the theTbroatmd theTbroatmdLungs Throat and andLungs andF
t F Lungs Lungsto LungsoaMI LungsISsedi
oaMI It 1t0II101 por r It abilad abilado abiladki
1c t t 114 alfT tiiw I
ft TlfOrb o 1l4 1l4u
u 554 dJatt4 pawbi cot be IMP searbed by
mtdJdlt tk tiles eta I lbs tlIb ta eeb a
II MItJW fill ta MIl M 101111 IIHlI Ii raw rawyJe1t
flliWll taLtiaoraieeuIa ass fU uto
1 1fl1Anfi4ofl 1M 01 01flrug
flrug rmtb1ltMCt 1ZMTlHf 1ZMTlHfto
to devoU devo devotbUj1trnoon Qtaafternoon Ctemooh of the same day dayth d dItwell dayto
to th thc cljlldm iidrea u Itwell i iowcll well known that thatBat
the 01 ale Bat visit 11 the beuch eh ehen 011kliUlRlq ohsUusyi
kliUlRlq en account of r the h slosh etartsi sloshwmai JlaalIal
lIal C i M lat It Is I for or Pita tliUspecial HI16e Pita1saeK
1saeK 1 special s seiai nature ture will wille b4 b4ay bepInd
e pInd e i aa ay for thlr benefit benefitto btfttifbI beifttflurs
flurs n4J to two wo band in attendance attendanceaf
4 lit i rnlIN af and M In the afternoon afternoonspecial aftrnoonIal afternoonspecial
ifbI special Ial attraction for th theouree the thec
1 c cE eouree to It la I not ai to be bet betht
tht > t the cbJWrew elaltd lie r carried carriedtats earne4I carriedLII
LII r tats that now the theM Ih Ihb
Cc4V iisd b hue M Moomc IJI Jo effect effectoloraqo
ir 4 I rt Q tlon40 Colorado A Pnutnern and andWorn andRI
RI chiw Wiutorn Worn ora railway wetem wetemthe p3stemthe Iem Iemtlt
the next stM P > U II saId Id la to fee out outdout out1I4etat outsadoul
sadoul dout consolidation flow this hi Is I to tobe toI tobe
be accomplish under the lb ntirallrod ntirallrodtrust IIraliroldI
trust I la > of Colorado It I a thing that thatbat thatha laatIt
bat It ha been pfwslins UIII the brains of the lb rail railroad railroad 11 11row
road magnates IDa atea for month but the plan planU
It l II Intimated IntI tef has been carefully carefullyevolved carefullyvolved nIQII nIQIIevolved
evolved and tilt Pine from Denver to toItah toltah tottah
Itah now operated o r led by three companIes oompanlMwill JtTlpanl JtTlpanl11I
will 11I noon be a single road managed managedfrom nanaedtrain
from one get at ottaral O general offices Upon pon the theeoiummmation Ih IhOOIfllmlion theeofluilmmatlon
eoiummmation of this plan hinges hftr the thedelay thel1r thedelay
delay l1r In tit he construction of the air Ir line Hnefrom UII UIIfrClIJ linefront
from Demw DeJt to Lake George Georpand and IX IXvide tvide Divlde
vide and OJJ4the the reported difficulties of ofPrcHliUnt ntPrpltlllntTrumbull ofPresidentTrumbuft
PrcHliUnt PrpltlllntTrumbull Trumbul In raising the W tOOJOOO 3 3oooo0
000000 for thin branch are ar laid to ret reitupon retupon restupon
upon the with of the Ih financier to ret retthe piIhe getthe
the details of the II conciliation worked workedout wori tll tllout
out before building another competing competingbranch lompetlllbnch competingbranch
branch thit I t wQuld prove a hindrance hindranceto bID ce ceto
to I the ccrJiftlBe fe cemhjineunder ne under the law lawJUDCESFORTHE lawI lawJUDGES awe aweJUDQE8FUR
JUDCESFORTHE JUDCESFORTHEBID JUDGES FOR TH THBONO TFIBOND
BID ELECTION ELECTIONCity
City Council Provides for Mondayshnp Mondays MondaysImportant Mondayslinpoftant
Important hnp rtant EventNAMES EventAMES Event EventNAMES
f
NAMES OF 156 PERSONS PERSONSTwo JEI PJ SONS SONSTwu SONSTu
Two ItcMibllcau Ilcpiibiicuu and One Democrat Democratfor
for finch ofllio of tho IlftyMvo IlftyMvoDUtrloti FlftYIWODhtrloll FlfIyiatoUhirlot
DUtrloti DUtrlotiAt UhirlotAt
At last evenings Council meeting
judges JUd for the special tal bond election war warchosen W Weboeen werechosen
chosen The names of the Ih judges iide and andtbs IIIdthe andthe
the district thjsf h represent are ar as a fol follows taJlow follows ¬
lows the first 11 two named being Repub Republlcans RpubIIcans flepublicana
llcans and nd the last one a Democrat DemocratFirst DemocralFlrt DemocratFirst
First DlatrtctB C Harrington W WJ WJ
J Moore oor John Johnson JohnsonSecond JohalOn8econd JohnsonSecond
Second DItWctrA I L Hamlln Miss MissHsonirhWhy MINIlainiti ftII1 I
HsonirhWhy Ilainiti wlIYM J 1 ML 1r LtIUtr LtIUtrTblrd LadlirThird l r rThird
Third DJstrtotCohn Dlllrtor ohn F HftrdU W C CCrome CCromfl CCrams
Crams John Slddoway
Fourth DlstrlctC E Stokes Stok Mrs MrsDlllle MrDillie MreDulls
Dlllle Little C A Lund LundFifth LUlltFifth LundFifth
Fifth DistrictEdward PickerIng Plok nlr
tel Isabella Ure A F Smith
Sixth DlgiHct DIurlctJamti Jamos W Skinner J
C OrlMthg Samuel Dow DowSeventh Dowieventk DowSeventh
Seventh DIstrletWllllaro Sbowoll SbowollB
B T ShurtllrTe Andrew W V Gallagher
Eighth DistrictHarrison Satire Spte J
H Lakln 8 W v Dark DarkeNinth DaricefIRth DarkNinth
Ninth District DIIrlctW W F Hills F a Caese1t
Bassett aese1t H J Doneteon DoneteonTenth 1onslsonTeeth 011I18011Tth
Tenth DIstrlctR W McAUIater W
B Morton Stephen I L Moyle MoyleEleventh MoyllEletnth MoyleEleventh
Eleventh DistrictHarry I > lltrlctUlrr Adklnson
Joseph Chtliiensen Cbtllt nn Joseph 8 Darke
Twelfth DistrictThomas Jenkins Jnld 11
A Heath George F Foster FosterThirteenth PoIrThlrtltnth PouterThirteenth
Thirteenth DistrtctA DIIrl lA 11 White c
1 Mitchell Frank Stanley
Fourteenth Dbrtrtct J M 1 Oowan Ooaroblbald
Archibald Freebalm C A Carlqulst
Fifteenth PietrlctJ 1 M Thomas J
A Helas James U Craig < Ig
Sixteenth tNub DistrlctQeorge DItrlcl rge CottrolU
I O Saxmnn 11 II Olenu OlenuSevenuenib OInuIItven GielthSeventqenth
Sevenuenib IItven nl District John J Joomb
Aoomb Mrs Mary lIr JB Qtau Gktut ue Hugh
Watson WatsonEighteenth WauonifbtNIlIh Watsoniflsbieenth
Eighteenth DlstrtctWiUlam N An
deraon W J Esrdley A A B Poulton PasjlocIneteenth
Nineteenth District T lltritW W P 1 Appleby
B A M Frolirth ThomaA U Nott Jr
Tweatleth DistrictMyron J tlltrlot yron W Whit Whitaker Whitaker Whitalter
aker James Ja Umbert Thomas B Vie Visaing Viesing 11 ¬
sing tin
tinTwenlrIllt Twentyfirst Dlstrictc M Ham Hammond UammODet hiammond
mond Sara H Lea S P 1 Armstrong
Twentysecond Okstrkt L I Wit
i Hams Arthur Borfcjnan R B Pence
Twentythird DlstriotD w Qsmble
I L L Baumasrten DaIl arteQ Hyram Qroeeheck Qro 1aeck 1aeckI
I twentyfourth DistrictWilliam R
Jones Thomas Hull W I U Binder
Twentyflfth DistrlciDMlel Parker
H F P Evans Samuel N Boyd
TwentysUth th District 1 DiutrIcIPre4 > Fre4 Price T
A Reamer Samuel Allen AllenWfltjsevnth
Tiveqursevtnth 1wtlt Ienth DbttrtetJames ij 4
Campbell James F Smith 0 W V
Moyle MoyleTwentyeighth IloyleTwentyeighth
Twentyeighth Twfnt elhtll District Bd P P8qilret
Squires Kugene il oe M Camum CaD F Taylor
Twentyninth District DlalrlctUue UMS CqrUj CqrUjtopherson eta hrt hrttophereort
topherson Joseph Mullett MullettThirtieth J Jeispl It Its
I lejh b
bThlrtlPlb Thirtieth DistrictW District W M IMUatt ItIl4gttGeorge
George Oor lugeley 1111 B 1 F Elliott ElliottThlrtyArst
ThlrtyArst DIstrtctA 1 Keesler KeeslerJohn 1sss1erJohn
John 0 Smith H H Walter WalterThtrtyiecond Walt WaltnIlrteco1 WsftirThirtysecond
Thtrtyiecond Djstrict nutriclt T I Irvine IrvineO IrIIIt IrvIneGeorge
O George org t A Davis t ytl James Jam Illtnop
Tliirtythtrd Irtfthlrd DistrtetW U I Welding
John Wllllaois Jonathan Rvans RvansThirtyfourth DtoRnThlrtrourtb ThvnnsThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth D4atrt DJatrtrtArthur tArthur Win Winter Winttr Wlricr ¬
ter N P 1 tathew Philip Pugslev Ju Jr JrThlrtyBfth JrThlrnflh JrThIrtyIUIIi
ThlrtyBfth District Josiah JOIIlahTalll leiY i L Llames e eTames
Tames Talll M Watson J U I Kebeker KebekerThlrtyMxtb Nkr1rtrlItxtlJ WibekepThhtyMxtb
ThlrtyMxtb DIstrictJoMph llunu llunuMrs UumarL hlurasMrs
Mrs rL KW P W Armstrong Qwrge OfoOr R Jon JonThirtywvonth JOMB JOMBThlrtlIvnth JonThlrtysevonth
Thirtywvonth Dlatrlct DatrlCtJt R It Ander Anderson AMnlOR Anderson
son O Brown Aionw Yimair
Thlrtyalahth DistrictCharles W WLawrenoe WLawrelOt WZawrenoe
Lawrenoe Robert Horton Jr John It ItCummock
Cummock CummockThlrtynlntL CummockThlrtynlnlL CummockThirtyninth
ThlrtynlntL Dlitrkl DistrictMiles > tUlII Miles A Rom Romncv nomMV flom11ev
ncv D H Wells Jr Janes J SaWn SaWneFortieth fMl SaWnFortieth fM fMlartlelh
Fortieth DiitrictJoha T AxIom F
T Ulna 111 Edward U 1 Bloa BloaFortrnrst
Fortrnrst Jlorl ftllt DistrlotItlolMrd Wright
T W WhUeley WhltI Samuel ill lUII D Chase Cba
Fortysecond 1 District DItrtctJohn John W Law Lawson lAWtOn Lm Lmnon
son A 8 Hicham Joseph S Williams
Pertrthtrd DistrictJohn T Lynch La nth
J A De Valley aile J a Fowlks FowlksFortyfourth JIowlkaJIortfourth owiksPortytourth
Fortyfourth DistrtctH A ZerbeW
L Itckari 8 F Kershaw KershawFert KenaMwFr1anh lCer5hawerty
Fert Fr1anh erty ofth DiitrlctB M L Johnson Jo IIICID
W J Leaker C H Banks BanksFortysixth BanksPartysixth nkl nkl1orttxtb
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Mra rs M R trivia Grav Arthur W i Brown BrownFortyseventh Drownrortyetlth ikownPortyeeveaith
Fortyseventh District DItrtctAlvI Alviraa B BSnow IISnow BSnow
Snow Juaeph H Felt J P 1 Press FreeseFortyelehth JfreeItPorlelf1Jth PressFortyeighth
Fortyelehth DistrictDavid Bran DransJohn BranJohn alll alllJoha
John A Van Pelt T J Williams WilliamsFortyninth WilliamsPurtyniath
Fortyninth DIstrtctE h trtctE F Clayton ClaytonW
W D Oabey Ga Edmund Wilkes WllkeFlftltth Wilkesiftith Uk UkI1nitth
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AN ADDRESS TO TOTHE TOTHE TOiiiE
THE TAXPAYERS TAXPAYERSRecommendations TAXPAYERSIRecommendUops ThXPAYERSRecommenOtIos
Recommendations to Thim In Re Relation R Rlailan Balatlon ¬
lation to the Issuance of Bonds BondsBXPULY BondsX BondsXPAINr
BXPULY X > IllIN TIIBNEOBSfllTIES TIIBNEOBSfllTIEST1va rnIJ NE0ESt31jIESnAlllrll
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To lothe the taxpayers txpayersotIIt ti OtWt Salt Lako City CityThe CItYrho
The 1 distributing tytteln watt is it II at atpresent alp atpweM
present p constituted eonstkutdWnot Ututd Waet large enough enoughto euotllk10chHv
to 10chHv delIver even till the IhlNOOftt resent supply tIIp l of ofwsjoK ot1IW itwheap
wsjoK Ttwsivtem 1IW Tb systim tm Has JIIn Men eitended eitendedfrom eatendedfrom ID1111 ID1111trom
from time to time without ft regard reI to totho toIhttatUIe1tltatrem tohi
tho IhttatUIe1tltatrem hi future tutureieqwrem4a reqmremes s ot tin tI cily and andwithout Idthoul d dvltbeu
without any It general nral 111I au It to now a asyaten ILIyt asystem
system Iyt of small u pip pP50 1 without mains mainsand mal malInll mainand
and to entirely Inadequate to supply supplytnouoh 8Ilpl1noacth supplyenough
enough water wat r for ordinary use In tha thaupper lii liiupper h hIIPper
upper district the he pressure la too high highwhile JhwbU highwhile
while in the h main part of the city It II istoo Iiton
too low below Io that required for fire firerotectlon ftrerottctlon lireprotection
protection protectionAs rotectlonAs
As A the districts are arranged at pres present Ilr Ilrnl preeemit ¬
emit nl they cannot be rearranged proper properly roliirI ¬
ly I > until the changes contemplated are aremade areIl aremade
made Il de and larger mains put In These Thesechanges The TheOllp TheseohcsIpes
changes are ar moot needed in the east eastern eastem astrft ¬
ern em rft and northeastern part of the city citywhsro cityllearl citywher
whsro nearly llearl elI ll of the pipes are only onlythree onlyUltH onlythree
three and lid four our Inches InchClln In diameter diameterIt
It Is I proposed to put ju In mains of ofproper 01ICIPlr ofruper
proper Use It to be connected with the ttusmaller thomaUr theundue
smaller laterals and th the lines between betweentha ten tentbe
tha lb districts trlct adjusted eo that they may mayRMMln mayremain
remain In Axed xed and nd not changed about aboutto
to increase the pressure in certain dig digtrkta dilltrhIW dietibia
tibia at the expense of others In some somedistricts somediltriots omeIrta
districts the Ut pressur Is at times tlm over overM ov overI r rnoundl
M I pounds which Is I dangerous danK roul to toplumbing tIPUlllbltUJ tOplumbing
plumbing is I unnecessary and increases increasesthe Incrla e8 e8the
the waste of water The estimated estimatedcoat
coat of those tta Improvements Im rovmentll is I I7SOOO I7SOOOTIIK 76000TU1C 75000TilId
TIIK RRSBilVOIR RRSBilVOIRThe
The Tb city le at the present time with without wllhou without ¬
out ou a distributing 1ll11ributl < reservoir something somethingwhich somethingwhIch
which Is absolutely necessary to main maintula maintill maintalC
talC till equal pressure pre u and have a suitable suitablesupply lull1blelupply suitablesupply
supply upon hand In caw of fire or ac accident accldenl ticcIdeM ¬
cident cidentIt cIdeMIt
It Is proposed to complete the exca excavation exC4vatlOR excavatlon ¬
vation at Thirteenth East street and andline andIIlIt and11mm
line 11mm It with concrete When finished finishedit
it will 111 have ha a capacity c clty of live million millionHalloas millioniallon
gallon The cost to be in the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighhothead ¬
borhood of 190908 190908The 30 30The 130000The
The necessity for this reservoir will willlio
lie best understood when In cave of a adangerous adanproul adangerous
dangerous lire under the present Nl ent eye system IY IYtoOl eyetorn ¬
tem If the U flow of Parleys I r1y conduit c ndull was wasturned wasturned wasWrned
turned directly Into the mains reach reachIng rellchIna reachat
Ing the lb business part rt of the city II It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would take two 0 hours before the water waterreached waterreached aterreach
reached reach the city from the conduit conduitINCREASED conduItINCRJLSED conduitINCItEASED
INCREASED SUPPLY SUPPLYHaving SUPPLYnavlll SUPPLYHaving
Having arranged the th distributing distributingmains distributIngmains
mains so 0 that such water as the city cityowned clt cltownd cityowned
owned or acquired by purchase could couldso couldequall couldbe
be so equally distributed at the required requiredprasfture rqulrdlaura requIredpresmure
laura to obviate the danger of a ashortage ashort ashort
shortage short to any commmer and havIngoot havingoohiileted having havingcompleted
completed oot tleted the Iherelervolr reservoir the next step
In the plan of Improving the water watersystem water1Iem watersystem
system II to ta secure water to that end endIt nd ndII
It U proposed to purchase all the water waterrlffhts waterrl1thtll watervlirhti
rlffhts in Parleys canyon The secur securng leeurIn securmi
In mi ng of these rtfhts rl tl Includes the scour securing lecurIn ¬
ing In of the watershed These water waterrights waterrl waterright
rights rl IJI can be procured at a cost not ex exceedin exoeedt1 exceedlit
ceedin JWflW and would add to the thedally thedally thedaIly
dally supply uppl of the city about three threemillion threemillion threemillion
million gallons gallonsBesides pllQMDeldee gallonsflesldea
Besides the purchase of water rights rightshe rtphtllthe rightsthe
the removal of the farmers and set setlers settiers t tUe
tiers Ue from the canyon would 11 au 111 remove removetbe removeUJ
tbe UJ e danger ofhaving or the water pollut polluted ¬
ed edThe
The Xh artesian water in Liberty Park ParkM ParlelaM
laM M been under close el consideration considerationThe n nTbe
The feasibility of utilising this source sourceof Oureat
of aupply will UI be fully full Investigated Itd and andf
It f It Is I found that the results rultlwlU will war warrfct warraftt warrant
rant the cost arrangements will be bemade bemad bemade
made as soon as possible to use that thatwater lbatwIr thatwater
water in the lower districts of the Ih city citySPRIKKLIKO clt cltSPRINIL1NO city5PIt11CL1NO
SPRIKKLIKO SY8TBM SY8TBMThis 8YITIDMrbl SYSTBMlhls
This plan nicvldts for putting In a aseparate BaeDNal asonarate
separate system of pipes lelror for supplying supplyingwfcter lupp1Jhtttfr uupplylpgwtter
wfcter tfr far or street sprinkling rAkltn from the theJordan Ihend theJogdan
Jordan and nd Salt Lake City canal canalThe cam1The
The system proposed tl covers that partof part partof
of the Ih city below the canal north of ofSeventh ofSventh ofSeventh
Seventh South and east of Second West Weststreets WtItetl WsstitNete
streets streetsThe Itetln itNetelime
The pipes 11 are to be of sufficient mcllItIe SUM SUMso sissso
so that the ayatem Iell can be extended and andeventually andvIualIY andeventually
eventually cover all 1 ot thit part of the thecity Ibeelly thecity
city below the canal when the ttl supply supplyfrom cupplyfrom upplyfrom
from Utah lake 1 is Increased IncreasedThe lnereutdThe IncreasedTb
The estimated coat of this improve improvement ImprovenDt improvemoot ¬
moot II JWOOO and the approximate approximateamount approximateamount pprolnlalallQoUnlf
amount allQoUnlf ef r water ter saved 14 for domestic donatlcIII use useone useii
III one minion gallons nalll In twentyfour twentyfourhours tertourhoutL twentyfourhours
hours houtLMOftJC
MORE UTAH LAKH WATBR WATBRSalt WTIIRSalt WATB1ISalt
Salt Lake City now owns onesixth of ofhe otwter ofthe
he water stored In l Utah lake This Thiswater nI11wUer Thuwater
water is not now available valla for the th re reSOB rem reaI remsoil
I SOB that tho tla Jordan river which is t the theoutlet IheI theoutlet
I outlet of o the lake will not deliver deliversufficient deltYermclenl aktvereufliclent
sufficient water to supply UlIlIl the canals canalswhen caIw canalswhen
when w t the lake U low lowIt 10 10It lowIt
It is 1 proposed to widen and deepen deepenthe
the Ib channel of the tb Jordan river from fromUtah tron1Utah fromUth
Utah lake to the old dam by dredging dredginginaklnr tlrtdltqIMkln dredlajmakin
inaklnr tilt lit channel of sufficient depth depthto 4e1Uto
to draw th the lake down to a level one oneand onean4 oneand
and onehalf feet below low water watermark watermrk watermark
mark This improvement will give It the thecity thectly thecity
city sufficient water from this source sourceto UItt UIttto
to trade for Wig m Cottonwood creek wat water watIn witSr ¬
er In addition to the amount already alreadyused alreadyut9cl alreadyused
used and ad also 110 provide a supply uppl for forsprinkling rorlrIftllllg forupflhking
sprinkling street streetU streetsIt La LaI
I U M proposed to f expend about abouton ese eseon
on tblg Improvement and 114 the protec protection protection ¬
tion of the th citys right lilt to this reejeWolr reejeWolrINTBrtBST rsuer0lrINTBIIBST tr trI
INTBrtBST I AND EXPENDITURE EXPENDITUREIt
It Is understood that the toads bo boadesa boadesahe oan oanbe IlAnbe
be Issued drawing about Itt 14 ver r cent osvtTh centThe I IThe
The ordinance speoMea that they Ila may maynet I1IYnl maynet
net draw dra to exceed ceecI irper 4 IIOf cent Bvtry Bvtrytaxpayer Brerytaxpayer Iry IryI
I taxpayer will readily see the advent advantage 4valtor adventage ¬
age of meeting actual water expense expenseby expenseeby
by b bonds with this moderate oderal rate of ofInterest otlatprelt oflntrrNt
Interest over levying a tax for the pur purIIOM pur1101I purD
IIOM D ° ii which would be a heavy burden burdenen
en n a large number of our citizen citizenThe cltllthITh citizensThe
The Th measures above et 1 forth are a for fora
a permanent Improvement to provide n nooatlnuous RooUnuolt acontinuous
continuous water sqwly sqp Iy and to lay laythe la laIh laythe
the Ih foundation for the ultimate Intro IntroAuction IntroUCU Introtluction
Auction UCU u into the city c water system of ofthe otUle ofthe
the waters of Cottonwood by tradIng traitngfor
for It Utah lake water It Is meg megnlaed retClgnJ recagniud
nlaed nJ that the final ftnllltlUl source < 41 of supply In Inthe IIItbe ittthe
the near future rlu for domestic purposes purposesmust purposesmust llOII llOIImut
must bt Big lit Cottonwood water and andfcr andfor nlt nltflt
for sprinkling and Irrigating purpose purposeUtah pu purpoesaUtah
Utah lake and the plans pll and e measures measuresproposed meuuresltropossd UUrtll UUrtllItroIlOlttl
proposed are with a view to that t end endThe endTb ncltb
The Tb Council pledges pled to the taxpay taxpayera taxpaera
era that all 11 the tb money realised rlall from the thesale Iheaale theset
sale of the proposed pm Uftd l Issue u of bond will willbe willfHo willbe
be used for the purpose purpl set et forth In this thisaddress thlIddretll thisaddress
address to immediately Imme tlat < ly Increase Inll and andImprove Cudimprove lId lIdprOe
Improve prOe th the hI system of the citys water waterupply wltrlpply watersupply
supply Not one an tent will be expended expendedfor tXllf1l4 xpsn4edfo d I Itor
for fo any I other purpose and It will be heused beI114d beused
used and spent as a economically aa pos posslbte poesibi
slbte bI The sum asked for Is I the th amount amountneeded amountneecled amountmeedd
needed from fn > m the best estimate lImal that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could be obtained obtainedIf tIIlnedIe
If taw taxpayers t paJlII deetdo favorably raYorablUI
there UI wilt tM V no delay In li nwnlnr the theri theneaded
neaded ri lntv IbI Impevernentj venents and the hMreas hMreasef Ilere4lIlK
IlK ls ef the citys supply ef water aler It ItWin ItYUI Itwilt
Win be prosecuted pr ltouted ni rapidly as pos posflblc PO I Ilible
flblc The surtet lure quickest and most
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Thrilling Half Mile Professional
IN THE THEATRE AFTBK RACKSTen Biff Acts Hull Dog Bag Punch
er Colored Cake Walk Tramp and Soubrette SoubretteAdmission SoubretteAdmission SoubretteAdmission
Admission to Grounds 100 Theatre lOc Grounds and andRaces ondRaccs andRaces
Races 35o 360Dont 35oDont 35oDont
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feasible plan will be it prosecuted at once onceIt onceIt onceIt
It will be understood und nlOO 1 that th t the Ib Council Councillaps Counetttp Councilmaps
laps tp 8 out the work a separate board boardeta boardletn
eta I t the contracts the Council approv approvfS approvlog ppro pproIng
log fS the work It is therefore believed believedthat believedthat lIe lIeIhlll
that the taxpayers at large will give the thecontemplated theoonlmplaled thecontemplated
contemplated Improvements their car
dial support supportJ
J 7 J THOMAS THOMASCHARUfii THOMASCHAmMS ThOMASCHA1t14lS
CHARUfii COTTOBLL JR JRJ
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Wlal Council Committee CommitteeCOJIMITTBB CommitteeClTIZDNS CommitteeC1T1BNS
ClTIZDNS COJIMITTBB COJIMITTBBW COMMITTHIICUAB
CUAB W PBNROSB PBNROSBM
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I fully endorse the foregoing foregolncJ rOre OIDI
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