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on Account Acq unt of Custom House HousePEQUL1AR HouselI House1PBQULIAR
Hill illl1IItI lie IoIsflcd Vlillcd liy II the theCanon fluCUhtOft I llr rti rtiCRUOIJ
Canon Cllll1 t III1IIWtllfrll IIII ll Dwellers ller Hint HintFctrllled HlhPtlrllltd iiiliIIeirlflcd
Fctrllled Iorenljaelal Iorenl lorCUlIr IorcstIsoW
jaelal r soW Correspondence Correspondencetonson CorretondsnChnion
tonson n a Artsnna July 11 1100 MOtlle 1100lli 11001Ii
lle lli BH D r I yunr Ufl > mg Academy esplot esplotr
J r tj u hlch hU been stopping stoppingt to pl
< 1 diy ilY t at 8t t David Kogaloi Kogaloien NoplCI
en u t f n l tvuHjn Aritona and Mei Meiu 1 11I
u ir i utried h he from tromI1Ja Thatch Thatchen Tbtch4rn cllfr cllfrt
en t n Ih < I H lIn re they tb w Wars re given gtvefli In i ir a
1 r i t In t n the aftern r u i of tbe 10th lOtlei 10thIll
ei 1 111 a dan c ut t night he act receptloi receptloith
t uC1 th Ihm < m in the th lied > States StatesUK Itatetllilf tetelEir
UK Eir < r R t it HO 0 far a very pleasan pleasanJ 1IuaatjIrn
jIrn J urr v v luiung IL ing lnlied llIltecltbe the Grand con concn COliHn runfli
> Hn cn fli cUrt d clw jwlhr HltT8 and til tile petri petrlII
II 1 J forests in n this thl territory territoryAt
At Thatcher they wer delayed 1I ed three thnxv threeak threeke
v tks ak ke while making arrangements lUTII emenl t tg to tog <
g through the Mexican custom cuitomIrQf hous housProf houPro
Pro Clult and the th Bx IIPllJiIIII lJi interpre interpreIT Interprtr
IT tr r were we not with the parly p fU but had haig ludIPn hadgfl
g IPn ne to Negates to make all necessary necessaryorrftngements ntcttllarfnrrangtment neeeaearyarrngEreflte
orrftngements and will Join ottt the th part partthere partthrue partythere
there on the th 14th 14thThe 141hThe 14thThe
The llret real 1 work of the party will wllbo 1111Ibe willbe
be done In the th Sierra Mad re mountains mountainsnear
near the Mormon colony Juares liM In inI1lc1eO
11111110 M 1eo They will spend some time timeIn timeIn timelt
lt In the th City of Mexico studying Uu Uunuteurn UerI18iUIt theruseum
nuteurn and will i 11t it a rather raUs peculiar pecullairaoe peculiarT4111
raoe of o white people said to exist iat near neaithtre neartlirc r rtIHre
thtre thtreIt tIHreIthaa tlirc1thg
It Ithaa has been clelrded that two of the tintarty theraty theTarty
tarty shall remain In Yucatan and nd two twion tnon twoon
on the Magdalena river In South A Alnerl Alnerlc inert inertCA
CA c ci for the purpose of studying Ut the Ian IanKuago IIfIKUSO haagguago
Kuago and tradition of the people Tw Twhave Two Twohnve Twohave <
have already been chosen and the th other otheitwp othrtwp othertwo
twp ore yet et to be choen choenThe chONnTh choeenThe
The party gained a now and valuabU valuabUmombor valuablmOl1bor vaItibie2noqtbor
mombor In the person of a brother U UPresident 10 10Preldent toPreldent
Preldent duFf who joined the parUat PArtY PArtYIlt partat
at Thatcher and win accompany them themTHE themIIE thrnTIlE
Work Will Coinnicnco C mnJcllco Next Spring at alNo ato atNo
No o 59 South State ato Street StreetTile StrcetTile StreetThe
Tile aiiD9unr CUlIIlInremlltt msnt that a site or r t trcfmnnunt 1 1J11fmnnllTt at1tmnnIrtt
rcfmnnunt htme has been secu sece1 l h htlU 11tlil iitlI
tlil tlU city ell h t gratifying news to the 1 1nilvrv IJJlhN IL ILflh1or9 >
nilvrv of o the order Tho nclghtor nclghtorho nlbtlJrM1
ho M1 1 In il lob 1 oh It will 111 be reiteJ Is al almost atIflO3t 1 1most
most idral though not upon the exact exactspt exactpr xactsprt
spt sprt pr i I1 j r a 1 last evening a 1IJjrlIg 1IJjrlIgtha > lj < iMng iMngths
tha n h ii IUhUln Hell Tclp TclplorIrnl Tclplor ot otcrriiiivn
crriiiivn C Irnl rrr I R building on SUi The Thean TbeIIf
an IIf I t1 < i JJ Jji q atross III rose the street tl t lm hnlet luvevirZ < vev r rVc rOJ
OJ Vc Z 9 r i fl th und ano1111 Is at present occupied occupiedit
it L 1 w u t 11 i tIfnl i > nt and rooming rtu reuse Hal Halr
j I r i k11 n t II > mzed to the nrnmd nrnmdLn
Ln h r 1 1 ulldlng will lIve a fifly fiflyi
i t f tt > n I oV r < and work upon It Jill Jilln i11 i11It 1lI
It I n rat v rtzt rt t spring It rlall Cjn C Cnelleraite Cnelleraiten heril I11erallep heriln
n ity 1 Uai h JI > already been ralitl for fo ih ihr the theIlltlklnl IhertatIn
Illtlklnl < r t klnir and it Is I bettered enough enoughn
n ire will 111111 lo It the th treasury n lUin 11 IIn > n nntxt he henlxt henext
next few months to e I e the work w rk ear earned oarrled carlied ¬
ned out outTO outTO outTO
But Wf Yeut > ut to Iinlio Itnhionntl ami 8111111oUlht Bought llorgos llorgosInstend JlorsosInstend JIorosInsteAd
Instend InstendA
A A Knott the Berthoud Derl houl1 Colo ColoBtockman ColoelOkman Cobtodcninn
Btockman got In fnyn frin Sioux Ioux City this thismorning thllmorning thismorning
morning About four weeks ago go Mr MrKnott MrI MrinOtt
Knott I nott went Int to Utah to look up sheep sheepmatters 111MImAtters sheepzn
matters zn tters and from there he went to Ida Idaho Idabl Idahu ¬
ho As A he sized up the situation lambs lambsvould lambtould lambsoubd
vould ould be lower later In the summer he heturned heturned heturned
turned his attention to horses bought a ac ac aC
c luple upl of carloads took them to Sioux Siouxcity Bloux1t1 iotnCIty
city < and Is I now going back to Idaho Idahofor Idabotilr Idahofr
for mure In his opinion lambs In Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho will wlllllot not be as good this year er as last lastThe latThe baitrho
The crop Is so great and there are a agroat aIrttllt agreat
great many twins M that there will be belong belong belong
long strings strln of tailings Growers along alongthe aloblthe alonEthe
the Bnake river and north of Soda SodaSprings SodaBprinpe odtprtnge
Springs are hardly ready dy yet to make makeprices makeIItIOtMl makeprioc
prices He heard of some being offered offeredat
at li25 125 per head last year the price on onstuff onstult onstuff
stuff out of the same flock was 27S 27SHe 26lie 275lie
lie heard of another lot that wan of offered oftered offered ¬
fered at 876 178 Therefore Mr Knott ex expoets exII expeots
poets II II lower prices later In 11 southern southernUtah llouthrnUtah southernUtah
Utah lambs averaging over o er sixty sixtypounds sixtypounds Ixt Ixtpounds
pounds were quoted at tOOJZ UOU115 per jxrhead perhtlld perhoaci
head with no takers These were on the thetllntah theUlntnh theVlntah
tllntah ret reservation rvatlon lie heard of no nocontracts nocontract nocontracts
contracts being Ing closed Mr Knott says saysthat laytbILt saythat
that during the trip last night and yes yesterday YHterday yesterday ¬
terday through Iowa and nd Nebraska braika on onthe ontbe onthe
the Union Pacltlc there was ai a good goodheavy goodbeavy goodIeavy
heavy rain Corn Is I looking fine and In Inwestern InWfotItern Inwtern
western Iowa It Is In the silk piilkDnver piilkDnvertookman IkDnv IkDnvStookman Denver DenverStockman
Stockman StockmanARRESTEDJ StookmanARRESfED
Ed Dalton a Transient Found Trying Tryingto TtyInto
to Open Openllatl1 Hath Rooms RoomsA
A hard leaking citizen was hauled In Inlast Inlut inlast
last night Ih ht by b Deputy Sheriff Dowse Dnwsein
in U the person of Ed Dalton who halls hUetOm hallsfoni hallsfom
tOm Omaha Dowse I thinks that hi hiiran his hieJran hisnan
iran Is one of the band of sneak thieves thieveshlch thllvfblch thieveshichi
> hlch has hII been operating at Saltalr A Afw Atl AfLw
fw tl w days ala ago a woman lost a IIItlhl IIItlhlntalnIJilg satchelC ath l lc
c intalnlng a gold watch at t the lake lakeDowse llikeDo lakeDowse
Dowse Do learned I during lurln the day that thatthtre thattt thatthte
thtre tt e was a man about to town n trying tryl in inceil IIIfll torrti
ceil fll a geld watch He e traced the tb tel flI
I t to the U Itlo Grande Ora > de depot where he hetrHCI hearnsd
1 anted that he had taken the tb 4 415 IS train trainf lralntr
f tr r the th lake rv 101 flwe > wse telephoned l ltho to tothrl toth < >
tho th beach ofllruiB to arrest U the > man manprl lIIanr manttr
prl r S hold bm until he cane A mal marI
v s c I i glnl in Ing ir from one bath w r room roomt om omt > > m
t 1 anothei hel tin the doors and was wasisequently waaleqJenU wasaequntIy
< isequently taken In A gold watch watchViis watchSti
Viis 11 discovered on his bl person flon which h haimed hr he heaimed
r aimed 111m to have found on the SM S a m mI
I in to the th lake The fellow unhap >
I r forgot that the first train Is I th the
II 1 10 a m It will U Interesting to
t k w hw w Dalton reconciles O cU his hi tor storNOJNDIAItY torvlft tol >
vlft the tb facts tlutLr tlutLINCENDIAHY r
we la DNtroyliifr DMh91 DNiN New Home III intk IIItkt Iiithe
tk the Mtti MttiV AtWlUw AtWlUwdflSC
V aew w residence dflSC Ju just t emcted erect by II X XtrUswi 1oil 3Mdioa
oil In Pitts PIli aadJUoa 1 was badl badlt badly badlytpsisl
tpsisl t last night supposedly l at the tb tbI theI
1 I rt of an incendiary The ppi cotuc oottl oottlIdl cottajeteb < >
Idl li is a situated between Fifth 1I and anUf andf andand
f f and Blxth IJth and nd ndit Rfownlh RfownlhVIiPanl eenthaa
aa VIiPanl and 18t 18tt
t h it oVliick a nearby nearbyid arhy arhyI
I id d from his sle IMp by byJ
4 > 1 1 I l f feet t about the house housej housetind
Jf a j nna went ent out to see
I If L mhr 1 I hT On reaching his hlle hi hiC
< a t n FI It man leave the new
T 11 r1 l1un 1uny yaw > V aWay > U He bad fo1
I wfl we It > t ing form with hie vyec v
lt I r i rt r two when whe he M saw M
fan 111 1 7i I i ig g jf through the root of o
tJ t V rr r t i np iu II notUled notUl the Ire flreca re reat
at ca n a ta possible and an No o t tr ttIJ
r tIJ p icj J i L hite te The Tb nelchboin were wereunable wrtunable wereunable
unable to do anything with buckets as a
tM e nearest Dea wt tvater t tc was flFI n artesian well wellPlot wellThe
11 Plot IIli vlahafl had b lMo been n remn mll1 < 1 from th thtHMHrhMI lbtftMatrJtac1 thttbuhapd
tHMHrhMI all the water hAd lI d run out ouiThe outThe outThe
The work mof < Bf the t fire fI N depurtmrnt deliU rlmfnt rlmfntiltaduH wa waMaderM waIader46
MaderM ttmnrh the tb IItCI nec necestty Miiy of lay layIng la laI layIM
Ing I lJM fast of hose In order tof tll lOt t wa wator waCM Watip
tip from CM the nearest hydrant The firhad fir Itrabad tirehad
had gained IDId such headway by this Urn Urnthai lhntlMt timetkgt
thai none of the woodwork wu saved savedThe savedThe avfdTh
The house hOII wa a vain al < > ut 5vUQ > > wi am amtb and andUa10111thIDI iRdtba3oMmthin
tb Ua10111thIDI loss jamethlag near IMM IMMAT 100 100AT 100AT
AT THB TtltZki4SOkfS TtltZki4SOkfSA RliSJDRfs RliSJDRfsA
A score or more MoTdt of r merry fl IItwbol IItwbolPlnt iiiwaboythe wsboyi wsboyilint
lint th tM day ay at atTidre CtUders dtr par rIt ywter yesterday ywterday ele eleda
day da and that accotttits of tho enhance enhancec enhncrdJcUtr enhancedtoJ74tl1
ffmtr c JcUtr C theatmosphere It a 1 stnOpher IJlheN Intnat sec HOt 40t
tijkt t w t tl tltl as II4 7yin I In the afternoon aCernooit
t a w r A MiMMr 1tI nim of 414 contests contestsM COItntlI
M I UM ttentof yfl aiball ball and a jiumbe jiumbeVlsit IuintrVnt umber umbertt
Vlsit Vnt iuan tt tfirMVtlion 110 The follow followInf tollowftI follownil
nil ftI won on prises pr pril In ttIIYnlnt the th evening evenin contests contestsBest eontetlIt contestlest
Best It cakewalk oaktwlltJohn John Dunlap Jr JrKatbleea JrilCatblJIlPltrICk JrICatIeon
Katbleea ntspatrlck fd tel f I yean yeanth yeanJa yearebottINbMrii
ebottINbMrii th 4he Irs 1 X Kushtoi RJbtoDti ItushtonJamIpgon KushtoiHunrtMd
ilCatblJIlPltrICk Ja JamIpgon JamIpgonIt
It ti tIIIMr Mr HunrtMd hunt Ud Xri XriJo at atJ r rJo
Jo J ilmpson ilmpsonBest RimpeonBest Im II IIlINt
Best rolnu rqlnqetJCarbln tJ Carbln end Miss M MUd B BsJ N NIt
sJ It Prloa Prloady °
Ud dy With Ilk MMHtt JtMiM IIM Bit Bittrie 1Jearln e eInca
Inca Cousins CousinsMM Couiiaasa
MM sa COUIWltI with kifvMt ltI footnwmM CootThoaMqrrha K KXorrte SttltJIt
Xorrte XorrtePrettiest qrrha qrrhaPrettiest
Prettiest ttltJIt glrlUlss Anna nn Jnsii JnsiiHesvlwt 1 1lenlft JoneanHeaviest
Heaviest M 1tt UHL B Tarra II IIPOUM 111 17 17L 17Ifeeviest
POUM POUMHeaviest 11 L >
Heaviest woman woallra Mrs 0 I S Hum Humphrte Humph Rumpbei <
phrte ph i Ira 11 11Tet1y pound poundturfy Hf
fAY lth youngest baby baMra Mrs A A AScott Afkoott AScott
Scott fkoottr
t S S9nnmuumnntuiuimtruuuu r r
9nnmuumnntuiuimtruuuu 9nnmuumnntuiuimtruuuuL laruinnruinnnnnnnnruutiunnn laruinnruinnnnnnnnruutiunnnWITH ftUMlU1ItIlU1J1I1Jr
unruuinruu innnnnnnnnnuTJutra innnnnnnnnnuTJutraJames lltu111IU1MUUM lltu111IU1MUUMJ unnntuinjmttuuJsitei
James J K Thompson on the colored man marwho manWho manwho
who was w arrested on the charge ol oladultery or ordultrr ofadultery
adultery with Nellie Lowe a white wo woman 110man noman ¬
man was w arraigned today tocla before Judge JudpPrdee Judgearee JudgiPardee
Pardee aree He fl pleaded not guilty ullt an anwaived and andwaived andwaived <
waived temporary examination He f was waitherefore wat wastherefore
therefore t bound over to the district dlntrlcicourt dl districtcourt trlct trlctcourt
court In default of itoo 100 bond h hremanded ht waS waSremanded 1 1rmanllN
remanded to prison pending his hi hnarlni hnarlniIn ha ring ringin
In the higher court The Th woman will willprobably wiltprobabl1 willprobably
probably turn states evidence am amthereby and andtherelly andthereby
thereby obtain her liberty llbert She is I In InJail InJail injail
Jail however at present presentFINE presentFINE rlHntFINE
Secretary Wright Says the State Exhibit bibit Will Willbe Willbe Wflithe
be the Beat EVIl Midi MidiThin MMThl MidThis
Thin Inlli Inll llxpokltlon Jlxlo llIolI to be Ilrntijlit IlrntijlitUp nroll ht ht1JII
Up lo the highest IllcheitAtlolnablcJIere Hhmdud Hhmdudtrolll tatidsrdtiaitiabie
AtlolnablcJIere trolll tiaitiabie lJlt > Jtrtl JtrtlJ
J A Wright secretary of the th Stats Statsboard ItboIIrd Stateboard
board of horticulture hortlc ltllN writ Writes Secretary SecretaryS
8 Vf Sears 11 of tb the Stat Fair as follows followsfrom tollowafrom followsfrom
from Ofdcn OfdcnTour OldehYour Og h hTotir
Tour letter of recent dat regarding regardingprospects regardingproepeoU regardingproIa
prospects for forfrult fruit is to hand In re reply reIII reply
ply III I will say that there Is a fine pros prospect pJOlIlfIOt proPect ¬
pect for all class daises of fruit and th thprobability the theprolMblllty theprobaWlity
probability Is I that the th display at th thfair thtalr the thefair
fair this fall will 11 spaeaany paM any that haa haaever h hevr huever
ever been made fou ou linv Ill probably probablynoticed probablynotllld probablynoticed
noticed that I am urging the matter of ofStale orIUaie ofthat
Stale Fair through the column of my mypaper m1Paper myper
paper per I wish to assure you my heart heartycooperation heartooOperation heartcooperation
cooperation in every way t It make th thfair the thetalr thefair
fair this fall surpass any an that has tia here heretofore hnttotore heretofore ¬
tofore been held heldiPJBCIAI heldIPECIAL heldSPECIAL
The Tb BvMa I W Snyder Duel livestock livestockcommission IIvtookcommllelon livestockcomrnieeion
commission company offer a special specialcah speelalcb specialcaul
cah premium of t M to b be u used d In th thlivestock the theIIvlltock thehivIock
livestock department d of the th State Fair FairkVAwwsnr FairPERSONU air
C 0 Whlttemore has gone to Chlca ChlcaArcbltect Chi Chicago ca cayo
yo yoArchitect Architect IV K I Ware return returned from fromPocatello tromPocatUo fromPocatello
Pocatello today todayJudf todayJudl todayJudge
Judge J V Coffee CQtr of San FranoKeo FranoKeostopiied FranolecostOphid o oItOPlltd
stopiied at the Wilt last nt night n18MW ht htW
W 12 i Btaelmtn and wif w of Chicago Chloagoare
are at tit the Walker today todayKky todlYIe todayIlk
Kky Ilk Ie H Jones aon Bsq la down from fromBrlgham tromBrllbam fromBrigham
Brigham City today todayMist toda todaall todayMiss
Mist all Nellie Mulhall has h returned from fromTooele tromTooel fromTooele
Tooele where ell h has ha been visiting MistGrace Mist MI MIOrace MissGrace
Grace Lever for tora a c fw w day dayChief daye dayeehlet daysChief
Chief Hilton Sergeant Burbldge and andOfficer andOfficer nd ndOfftler
Officer Chase will wtllieave leave tonight for Yel Yellowstone Yellowton YelIowstofl ¬
lowstone park to be away ten day dayKenyon dyKenolJ daysCenyobMlU
Kenyon CenyobMlU Miss lI M 1 I DmarBt DmarBtC D lilt liltC MiceC
C M Detnatvst New York R L I lilies Itllcenver DII DIIDenver liliesDenver
Denver > > nver H B Adair Kansas J City CSt Mo MoO MoO Moa
O Goldsmith Kansas City CityGeorge CIt CItOeo Cityheorge
George Oeo B Hosmer editor of th the Trln Trlndad TrlnIdd TrinIdad
dad Colorado C do Monitor accompanied accompaniedby aeoom anled anledby
by Mrs Ir Ilosmer OImr 48 < s vtltlng here for a afew Rtew afew
few days daysLouie daYLLoulSlmon daysLuuie
Louie LoulSlmon Simon ofthe ot ih hi Purls Millinery Millinerycompany Mllllllertornpan Millinerycompany
company lift last night nlG t upon a purclias purcliasng purchaInl
Inl ng trip in Hi tht theIkst Itast lutlle He will Include IncludeNew IncludlN IncludeNew
New N York Ofk In his Itinerary ItineraryCull IUlUlr lt1nerryCullenW ry ryCullel1W
Cull Cullel1W nW D Itowland K H Saeu Saeumans saeum10 Saeumaria
mans San Francisco D M 1 Lyle Gem GemElder OemElder GemIdr
Elder Idr Kansas Kana H Ilua ItuMlII and wife wifeJlswurl wUeMleIIourt wifeMissouri
Missouri JQk Jo KaUmlth Columbus ColumbusNeb ColumbuaNell
Neb NellWhlleJam
WhiteJam L WrethHI Grant Grantvllle Orant8vUle Grantsyule
vllle J nice It Janaceai Chas I JI Nelson NeleonK Nel on onI
I Ia K aplUman HunUneton Neb Miss MisNora MissNora 11 11Nora
Nora aplUmau 81111 Tekamah Nib B J JArthur JArtlur JArthur
Arthur ID B Arthur and wife rlf Joe JoeIul J JJhllII Joehluish
JhllII Iul h St John Tooel county countyFormer countyVctrmer countyPormer
Former Mayor W V It Pierce of Dole Dolewho Dolho Dolewho
who ho Is now president retl4e 1tot of the chamber chamberof
of commerce cornm at that place la In th thcity thcity the thecity
city U lie ssys II that not Doles Is having a asteady atd asteady
steady Uuslness Growth and h hII ex execu exfl axpacts
fl pacts ecu to SJM s a great town there in a aew Qtew afew
few ew yearn yearnHon yearnlion aN aNnOlI
Hon and Mrs 1tI William U t JoIeWa McVery McVeryM Me Wary WaryM
M M CunoUf < and J 0 Cunnlff of Dos Doson DoltOIl liceton
tOIl on Ire tiwndlng a day 1Ia or two In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake making their home ho hefl at th the Knuts Knutsord Xnu XnutorcS 1nutaford
ford Th Tha part Attended tb the bU b oon oonntlon oonUon convmtlon
vmtlon ntlon at t Kansa Cltjr CU Th imMot imMotnteotlon P1SeStIntention DtIntention
Intention U 1 to make a short tour of ofhe otth ofthe
th the he Pacllls slot slotThe alqM alqMThe 8 8II
II The Laborer is isWorthy isWorthy IsWorthy
Hire HireBut HireBut l lBut
Worthy of ofHis His
But a z wageearner can canget canget canget
get more for his s personal ser services serVIces services ¬
vices if ifin in strong crongancl and an vigorous vigoroushealth VgorousIzealtlz vigorous1eattat
health The blood is the thelifegiving tlzelfegivlng telifegiving
lifegiving and an strengthmak strengthmaking ¬
ing part Pi1 t of the system s > stem If it itis Itis
is 1 pure all ls well cue if ifnot not it itshould itsfzoul itsiwuld
should be purified with witnHoxr withHoods withHoods
Hoods s Sarsaparilla which wMenmakes whichrnakes whichmakes
makes the weak w an strong strongCan
Can Eat II W Was fired cat t Md d no notfptMe I1ppttitt no5pptiYC
tfptMe uHM I took I Hood Sirup SirupIt Sw SarsapiraEitI
It bull me tight up And 1 CAn n til hurt hurt8y hurla hunily
8y a EllA Ott < HAg Ahot MAN MANJfoo MLISneed
Jfoo J SaMa aAit aAit1tee4
need 1nt flirt Uer 1 the ntIItunIs ntIItunIswith lrTlkUt lrTlkUt1ii11
1ii11 1 tt 1 with lt04 6ftlpal
Hugh Dougall of Salt Lake Talk TalkInterastirgly TaJkcIntersUrely Talkslnteret1rgy
Interastirgly of ThemHBTUJlflS Them ThemuWrUHNS Them11U1U1lS
HBTUJlflS AKPBU l lElt 8 BHa YJ3ARS YJ3ARSIlai Yl AnS1 AnS1llau
Ilai linen lloliiu nol 11 Vnuacvllle ludc II With the tlieLyric 111Lyric theLie
Lyric Trio rib Ior Some sUl l TI Thus I De Declined lI lItllnrll lieclliird ¬
clined a ItesulitrMneo n ulllr loc Wll UIIlr UIIlrBUlb JlIbrflugh r rHugh
Hugh W Dougall th the wait known knownyoung Imownyoufl R Rouq
young baritone Itoft who left Salt tAke Lakeyear ta i iyears
years 0 aco fo for a thorough four oiiess In Invote 1 1voice Isvoice
voice building has h just returned returDe4atter hoax hoaxafter homeafter
after a completion of his hi studies When Whenm Whenseen beD beD11ft
seen m by a News representative tIt thliafternoon tItattlrnoon thisafternoon
afternoon Mr Dougall talked IsHereat IsHereatIngly 11tttall Itreatlegly
tall of musical affairs In New Je Tork Torkand Terkand TorIcand
and of Utah people who hv It bn bnmaking ssti sstimiklnt 11 11maklnr
making the great metropolis their tMirwhll aoeoi aoeoiwhile bomiwhile
while developing the talents WIth trkleh trklehthey wllldtth whichthey
they th are endowed Mr bengali laM llXesNew laMNew lIheaNew
New York very ve much and says 1 a years yearsresidence yesreresidence lIa lIarelldlnce
residence there is almost an tclaeat tclaeatIn education educationIn
In Itself It furnishes said ldM n ha t ttbulllallcall en enthusiasticaily n nthuslastlcally
thuslastlcally th the beet of everythingIf everything nryrhlnlIt
If you want to fa o to the theater tb you youknow 01IInvw youknow
know that you can make your our own ownchoice ownchoice ownchoice
choice of what you will see e whether It ItIs ItI
Is I In concert grand opera or regular regulardrama regulardrama Iar Iardrema
drama And so U goes down th the thevt tin tinof tineof
of everything verr lq imaginable 1I IInabl It Is an one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the great at centers of this world and a amighty 1 1m amighty
mighty m htr line lllale > > lace In whloh to live II at atleast atthouht atleapt
least I thought so soWhen 10WheD soVhen
When Mrluugall lr lr l LuugalL uulallllfl > left home It was 11 to tobecome tocom tobecome
become com a pupil of 13 B Young of Chi Chicafo Ibleaao Chicab
cab with lIh whom he remained f ter r a aperiod 11erlo aperIod
period erlo l of two years and then went on to toNow toNIIt toNe
Now Ne York and studied etudl4lor for a year ear titular titularMax ullttrXax uiitrIax
Max Bendhelm one on of th tM oounJryH oounJryHforemost oounyylttore oounf7sforefliost
foremost tore tOlt volc volcebulldlDg buldlng instructors instructorshimself tnatructollhlm1t instructorhimeif
himself a baritone of not notMr notMr noteMr
Mr Dougall would he says It probably proWhave >
have remained in New York for an In Indefinite Indblte indeftaite ¬
definite time had It not been for the thefact thetaat thetaot
fact that h his hl father Is I to leave lea horn hornshortly Ito ItoahorU hornsihortl
shortly to engage ngag In missionary work wrkand WNkrId workand
and rId that bin presence here wa needed neededSo
So after a brief reel be b will open a astudio 1tuillo astudio
studio and commence comme ce teaching teachl In Salt SaltLake kitLak SaltLake
Lake Lak He II has recently been doing doingvaudeville dotnldlIl Jongyaudevill
vaudeville ldlIl as a member of the LyricTrio Lyric LrrltSTrio IydeTrio
Trio which met with success In various variousNew varlouNew variousNew
New York theaters and which led to toa toa toa
a substantial offer to him from a rffu rffular rsruIr reguhr
lar opera company for next season seasonThe aeuonThe Do DoTbe
The condition referred to however howevermade howevermd howevermade
made acceptance Inadvisable The prin principal prlnclPliI prinvipal ¬
cipal card presented by the Lyric Trio Triowss Triowa Triowas
was a little operetta a entitled A Maul Matrimonial 1ratrlmonlal Maulinonial ¬
monial Ad which Mr Dougall says Allhe sayshe sayshe
he wll I I present with some of fits pupils pupilsearly IIUPll8earl 1mPh 1mPhearly
early earl next season seasonK 1011 1011n
K C Baston the well known Utah Utahtenor Utahtenor Utahtenor
tenor he says Is r fi gradually working workt hte hteway hlttwa hieway
way wa into popular favor notwithstand notwithstanding ¬
ing bU extreme modesty and dislike for foranything toranrthlD foranything
anything < approaching < public notoriety notorletYJuat notorietyJust notorietyJust
Just now he b is I singing at Saratoga In Ina Inquarlet ina
a quartet of eminent singers sent out outunder outundr outunder
under the auspices of theBankers club clubHe clubnil clubHe
He also ha has a regular Sunday night nightchurch nl8htchurch nightchurch
church engagement and has recently recentlyappeared recentlyartd recentlyappeared
appeared artd to excellent advantage at th thWaldorfAturla till tillWaldortAlorla theWaldorfAetoria
WaldorfAturla and at t Carnegie hall hallPhiladelphia hallPhllidelphl hellPhiladelphia
Philadelphia His JII voice ol which was wasever wasever u uever
ever sweet It and rich he h says yl show showconstant showsconstant howacOlllltant
constant Improvement ImprovementAt
At present Viola Pratt Gillette Is Isslnftlnir 18lnQ1nr Issinging
singing In grand opera in Cincinnati Cincinnatiand
and I II now retiosnlaed as aon on one of tbe tbegreat tbegreat thegreat
great contrail contzaltssof of the eout country Next Nextyear Nexter Nextyear
year er she h he will star In the Alice Ntelson NtelsonHuth NItnnutl NielsonRuth
Ruth Bldredge who Is I doing regular regularttage replrfltal reuharstale
stale work Is I living In Mrs Gillettes GillettesHarlem Olllttsnarlem GillettesUarlem
Harlem flat flatQneenle fiatQneenie at atQueent I
Qneenle rath Ethel el Ferguson Fe ulOn i is says saysMr sayMr 1 1Ir I
Mr Ir Dougall a faithful and contelen contelentlous coruelnUOII conreientious I
tlous mm mmber ber of The Greatest t Thing In Inthe Intltl Inthe I
the World company and will appear appearwith appeIlrtit appearwith
with tit It again next year yearMOH ear earlOn
D J Sparks writing to tit the Nv Nvfrom N Nfrom Newsfrom
from Mathlas Hardy county West let Vii Vlrglnla Virtriola Viiginia
glnla under date ate of July Jul 11 gives this thisitem tilllItem tIdeItem
item ItemYeterd
Yesterday Yeterd morning the officer of the thelaw theaw thelaw
law aw visited a family In this vicinity Ictnlli by bythe brthe bythe
the name of Smiths and nd on investiga investigation Invt investigation p pUon ¬
tion found that the man and nd a young younggirl rouDfrl younggirl
girl rl whom hom he had been accused of being beingtoo beingtoo beingtoo
too Intimate with also the girls gtrl mother motherhad motherl motherhad
had so shamefully abused his Invalid Invalidwife InvlUuwete invalidwIfe
wife that she be had become mentally un unbalanced 148baln Unbalanced ¬
balanced baln and they tb took her er away and andsent andnt antisear
sent nt her to the asylum consequently consequentlylast
last night a mob waited on the wretches wretchesand wrttelland
and gave Vl each of them a terrible dose of ofstrap otttllp ofstrap
strap oil Further r particulars of the theaffair tb tbattllr theaffair
affair cannot at present be obtained obtainedQnnnnnnnrtnntnnrinnnnjnnnnnnp obtainedMJUIUUI obtainedflflUlUU1N1ZUfltttflflJ
Qnnnnnnnrtnntnnrinnnnjnnnnnnp MJUIUUI flflUlUU1N1ZUfltttflflJ flflUlUU1N1ZUfltttflflJJUDGE3 llJ1JVUUJnnM llJ1JVUUJnnMJUDGE
2 S Soinnnnnnnnruinnnnru
oinnnnnnnnruinnnnru 1JJUU1II uuuuumrub uuuuumrubFred l1UUUll1Frrd
Fred J Lynberg Ln r pleaded not guilty guiltyto ulltrto
to the charge of violating tbe Sunday Sundayordinance 8undaordluance Sundayordiuanos
ordinance by transacting business buln on onthat ontbat onthat
that d dsy 7 He U then admitted his guilt guiltbut guiltbut Ill Illbut
but th the court said Id be did not feet dis disposed tl tlJtQI8d dipqied ¬
posed to Indict any an punishment as the theordinance therlilnanll therdinanue
ordinance was n comparatively new n and andthis Adthla andthti
this ca tlUe cas was th the first of tb the Kind Kindhad hllldJoltn hindC hindJohnT4YDe
Joltn JohnT4YDe IdoYtw had had trouble tro MI with wltllnlllllbor a aneighbor anIbbor
neighbor and called him bad name He Hewas liew Hewas
was w fined II tc1 llUtd 4 and told to build a thirty thirtyfoot thlrtlotIt thirtyfoot
foot fence between hlmeelf elC and enemy enemyor nemyor
or move for awar awarII
11 King Kin was drunk yesterday tlirdaV This Thisas Thiswas
was as his first apearano a la court and andlie andlie
lie was 11 41 years of age a He was dts dtscharted dl dlthlrnd diicharted
charted on tb the promise to stay ta away wa wan waAt
46 years more moreAt
At press time John flUy a bartender bartenderwas
was on trial on th the charge of assaulting assaulting0on assaultingGeorge tlng tlngaorr
George Jones It Is I altered that be beknocked bekJI heknocked
knocked kJI Jon 3011w down on the u floor of the theMecca theMecca theMecca
Mecca saloon and UterI beat him an the thebead thebead thebead
bead until Jones Jo was uncoMdoos uncoMcloaaCOUI
National Guardsmen OuardsineiiAttendotl Attend AttentJoo tbo Sort bcrvices SortvIces 5crvices
vices nt the theclty City Cemetery CemeteryFuneral ClIUltolFuneral CeluetoryFuneral
Funeral services kee over th the remalne of ofCorpora atCorpora ofCorporal
Corpora Corbet t of company oom C were wereheld Werehlld wereheld
held In he h Ninth ward meeting < house houseat
at noon today and there was present PrlMitttunellll A Afuneral afuneral
funeral squad tOllIf from tbe National Guard Guardof
of Utah Of into First Llent James JamesTvrry JamttTtrr JamesTerry
Terry Ttrr of company C was 11 In command commandand
and the other members were eN Berfts BerftsFred BerttFrtd SergtsFrtd
Frtd Dust Fred Uurkliardt company C Cand Cand Cand
and Sergt II A Barton Bartoni company com lUJ B BCorps BCorpll Tiorpe
Corps orpe Joe Bo Bowel wen Wm Ivaraon 110II com company comany cornviny ¬
any C and Harry Lewis lAw II company B BPriates BlrlfI BPrivates
Privates John Run Arthur Perrln Perrlncompany PerrinIf Perriscompany
company If < B Uj Jo Joe Whiner Andrew Win WillNr Winliorx Vtnberg
berg Nr < Arthur Anlkln Roy Frost Wm WmKlifi WinXIIack
Klifi 1 IIprk ck A I Weaver company C CMimlcians cMlrlan CMiatelans
Mimlcians Canto and Brewer company companyc
c His I noncommissioned officer acted actedii
ii l0 pall bearer Corp Harry Levi oom oomni oom111anllln cornflianding
ni mdlng 111anllln the firing squad which was wasc 11 111mpoertJ wasmposed
c mpoed i > of privates Interment was wasnt W WRt wasnt
nt the city tit cemetery the ceremonies ctremol1lInl be being belog ¬
log of the regular military order 014 Three Threeviileya Threevlky r rvilli
viileya villi over th the Brave WA and nel taps by byth byt bythe
th t the trumpeters trum tten ended the ceremonies ceremoniesthat ceftmonlthat
that laid away a beloved comrade oomrt4euIh comradeMUCh comradeMuch
Much uIh pity was w felt for U the yovift 11 lady ladyto 114 114to
to whom the defeated was about t te tefded be bewedded bewedded
1 1Adirinion
Adtnliilon Only Onl35 39 Cent CentWrestling 1uWreaUlng CcnttWrestilng
Wrestling Salt 8 lt Palate PalaeeThursday Thursday ThursdayDo nfih nfihDo nlghtrDo
Do not forget tor t the tII date far th the Volun Volunteen
teen outlet 11th ind nd ivth
POLITICAL MIXUFDemocrats MIXUP MIXUPDemocrats I IDemocrats
Democrats Silver Republicans ant antPopulists and nndPopulists andPopulists
Populists in Conation ConationTJIBY GOt1 CoutonC CoutonTiW ention entiont entionTJIEY
It > i jM
t M a aluboia
s sIhlb
l Ihlb luboia nlo llIdi aiidKieunenb cellenb rs Ieopie e Art Artnt AreUt r9 r9lit
nt LqiifprliMHUloriiCf L i J I Intend Intendlo
lo IorceTO Force Force3P1CtAJI IAjtfn IAjtfnJIlIOfAJI
JIlIOfAJI TO TUJ If JWS JWSPooatello WL1 WL1Voosteilo L LFootello
Pooatello Idaho l be July Jul igTne The l l tnaoonUct bentocrilie > en enocratlc >
ocratlc cogirl co cotIo loa met n t lo a m atadje4N n n4JewMLt 4 4a <
a adje4N 4JewMLt i6t to a Sait it UM lbtof rtp 1i0it 1i0itof n nof
of M jNMMtlr committee committeeAt cO jQltt jQlttAt
At a JJiy uithe the f Ct1IJ ciriimlttw rnmitte ltt IUb Wbmuted IUbralued iubrnitted
muted t iiports rt oj ° b the th 0tMhon 0tMhoncounty ShoShoftecounty Mahollcountr
county eOBteet telt each SIBU lllld by tn tnmenbtrs tnmCllftbera tenmembers
members a debate then the itvted on th thfamous tM tMtamoul thefamous <
famous contest contestThe OOltecltThe contestThe
The Populists lopuhtttaad and 8IU 11Ir r pepublloan pepublloandid
did nothing lId morales moralesThen JDornlllTMN mornhtjTh
Then Th Is 111 A very tutnwn tub rA content on onbetween onbetwt8A onbitwssjt
between the teunellbwrr > Uttnenb rt nd nd 0ubok J1ubollJICO flubolspeople 0ubokpeople
people JICO Ie the proposition JlIO being eln th that t fu fusion tuIon fuiion ¬
Ion will be defeated I If l the > ie former con control 0011trol control ¬
trol the convention VW friends Irl ol olDubols otDuboll ofDubois
Dubois want him murrirt Nturrl turl to the United UnltdItat UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Itat Seta and will fto o far as to tonominate tonomtnat tonominate
nominate Mm for iov roveor vi of If tbe regu regular rlrular rsgUhr ¬
lar Democrats refuse to rcoenla his hisclaims hisclaim hisclaims
claims to the tltDatoT enatortbp enatortbpMr l llr
Mr I D > C Dfitbar H for e urrlos a acooperation arooreraUon acooperatlonof
cooperation of all th the llvrr Sil foroes In InState InStlte inState
State matters in ord ordfto t to strengthen strengthentheir
their support Mll Ott of the th nMtantl tldi UClkflt UClkfltIormer tloetFormer t tronner
Former Governor Governorln O Osborne rft of 1Wrom 1WromIn Vyoming
ln ing is I here upon a iimlr lnlll urtafloti 8II0ra and andcam andcam nd ndcame
cam upon the tb requtft requa ot National NationalCnalrtiWR lIona1 lIona1Cbalrtntan tiona1Chairmn
CnalrtiWR Jones JonesThe Jon Jonlh JonesThe
The lh fuel that O GPIIt1 V 1 AYoaver of ofIowa oflow ofIowa
Iowa on eme oneof of Uu most prominent proIn lead leaders Ittera leaden ¬
ers among ainon th t the Populist PopullV U I It hero In the theInterest theIntelMUi theinterests
Interest of t cooperwlo 1 ii < IIlI u > Indica Indication Irad1catlon Icdication ¬
tion of the flertre G of all 1 th the aaiional aaiional4aders utlonal14ndetIJ tionalIladers
4aders opposing the tb JWtmbHcan party tiartyKllaabeth lrtySUl partyIiisabsth
Kllaabeth I Sarl tytty c entered enteredlult a asuit asuit
suit for divorce agaln t her husband husbandJohn hUlbandJohn husbandJohn
John C Sean 111 the itrtiii gr4tFbds tlb d l being tnr will willful willtul willUi
ful Ui failure to provide and habitual habitualdrunkenness hbltualdnlnkenn habitualdrunkenness
drunkenness for the pit year yearThe learThe ear earthe
The marriage took > Ic 5ce < In 1171 and andIts andIII andIts
Its Issue h II a family It t Are lf children childrenfrom cltl1a1rentrom childrenfrom
from the tb ages of twentr to t nine years yearsBeside yearBesides eare eareBel14t
Beside t1 COlts of suit attorneys utornY1sh feet feetht feesshe
sh she ht > asks for the cuntodV cUllt o of I the th inlnotchildren minor rnlnolcblldren minorchildren
children Alexander tc3lWter > Is I at attorney littorner attouey
torney for the theMONUMBNTJBVKttCISE8 plaintIff JIlntlMONUM plaintIffMONUMENT
Outline of the rrotrrnin tolto to 1 be Rciulcrcd RciulcrcdTnly2t RCllllclcllJIII flCIltlCledlnIy
Tnly2t JIII lnIy 21th 21thTb 24111The < l lThe >
The memliera of the tb Brlglutm arlgl m Young YoungMonumdnt YoungJolonumclnt YoungMonument
Monument association a lield h eld a meting inestlngtoday mUngtoday metingtoday
today at t which arrar rrallflrnnt m nu for the theperfecting theJltrtocUng theprfoctlng
perfecting of the t flisinonhifiwid ttnon monument t were com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted There were present Spencer SpencerClawfon S SpencerCiawson lncer lncerClawlCn
Clawfon George Q Cannon Cln JowphP JowphPSmith Jo JoephPSmith eplFSmtth
Smith Governor Gov or Well Jamea Jam Sharp Sharpand Sharpanll Sharpand
and a K Dallln th the sculptor The Theprogram Th Thpro Theprogram
program pro ram for the c cerel1l remc l ian s will oonetet oonetetof oon tet tetot
of music by h the ban ban4 < < an address addr by byPresident byJt byIrotdent
President Jt lde t fhe Sno ow 11 IntroQuctlon In UItlon of the thesculptor tbeoulptor thesculptor
sculptor C B Dallln iy Secretary of ofState otState ofState
State Hammond respite tII Je by y Mr Ir Dal Daltin DalIIn Daibin
tin and the unveiling vt r the tl monument monumentby
by a granddaughter of t President PresidentYoung lreidentYoung
Young YoungThe YoungThe
The work of placing th the new ne figures figureswill figureswill
will 111 be commenced tomorrow but will willremain willremain willremain
remain covered until tn the Twenty Twentyfotlrth Twentfourlh Tweetfourth
fourth There will be tome J1 alterations alterationsIn
In the surroundings of tHe Ut monument monumentat 1nonum nt ntU
at granite roping opln < will to put In the theplace thepllee theplace
place of the fence which w ltt now 10 encircles encirclesthe
lIl the monument monumentBLESS monumentBLESS
What Captain Ci BMiop attd We Said to the theVere theRulltyl theVere
Rulltyl Rulltylt
Vere Inrrlcil inrrichInThlCitYesterdiy inrrichInThlCitYesterdiyAfternoon In Thl Gltf Ve lrrday utuJnfltfrIlOOIl lrrdayAlternoon
Afternoon ltfrIlOOIl and teei ell Huck cic lo she tlioHomo tboJlOUIO sheitonre
Homo Nest ut for forThe I jt ilt iltTh igIi igIiThe
The lost has 11 been fodiU The expect expected ¬
ed has h happened MUM I ftloreno Bishop Bishopand BIshopand hop hopDlld
and her lover ar are nov IIiI inon r1 rfl n and wlfand wUeaDd wlf vlfeand
and have returned ta Tha tb b borne nest nestwhen ntltwhe nestwhere
when whe they tb pasted tllul iMt nlflit and where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the oft pronounced benediction of ofBlee otDlell ofDime
Dime you ou my chlWi chiMrn n was repeated rpatedby
b by Captain and Mm JUhoP who have havethllosophlcally havephilosophically ve velhIlOIOphtCAllr
philosophically determined to make the thebeet thebeet thebest
beet of It ItI II IIIut itlAst
I lAst ut evening they tb lArned that the theyoung tberOUll8 theyoung
young couple cou le had be bef tt married In this thisrlty thltllY thiscity
city during durin the afterr attsrltonn n at the rest residence reldenre restdence ¬
dence of Kev It E QHuHt t of the Heath HeathM
M d E Church No 1MI iI wt Third ThirdSouth ThirdoIIth ThirdSouth
South street by Rev Qtotft H Smith Smithof
of Rock R k Springs Wyoming who It l tem temporarily Imporarlly ternporarity ¬
porarily occupying Mr Hunts J unl pulpit pulpitUn
Un coming < In posassl ti of the th facts factsMr t factshir t tMr
Mr and Mrs Bishop sought > ubt high and andloft andlow
loft 10 for the th truants plit without suc success sucCHI sueCe ¬
cess Ce Towards th the hw tour 1 of midnight midnighthowevw mlcSnlghthowr midnighthowever
however they wre tcested wat tetS d and an antrmlstlre anannlltlte anarmistice
armistice patched up u The Tit scones that thatFollowed tllatfollowed thatfollowed
Followed at the home bf the III brides brld par parrate JIUent parcot
rate and the words of orglvnM < that thatwere thatW thatwere
W were uttered are not ot fOr or the th public to toknow toknow toknow
know It must b be coatbt IUt with the theknowledge tbeknowlede theknowledge
knowledge It has CHPtaln Bishop hit hittaken h htken hastaken
taken his young Mirlnmw Into his hisjftlc h hottlee hi hiotflce
jftlc where h ha will teach teachhim techhim teachtrim
him the asssylnf rlne business which whichhe
he believe bd1e he h oin em n ovoinolIsh 0Wi tJtZllltb Dll b in six sixmonths sixmontJle sixmonths
months and Mra Bishop will in the themoraine themomlnr themorning
moraine go back to U c Old > ld Arm Chair Chairfor Cbalrtor Chairfor
for tA u summer whjl Florence will willrook willcook III IIIrook
rook and keep house for Her young hus husband buband huband ¬
band and father fatherA
A feature much regMUed by the t rela relatives tIIl tIIllIVN relative ¬
tives OR II both Hides I la 1111le ifte Ie tflct that both bothrru bothTruelaon bothTrueleon
Truelaon rru lon and his lit briqo brl iHtfJunsd them themMlves themMlvtl themelvnt
Mlves to vet t their ilon6 at Farming Farmington FArmlnton
ton tb the former alleMtitf that t t he was wasU 111t2
U wIleD in fact h be l i5 not yet 21 and andth andthe nd ndthe
the th latter slvlnr 1vin h up X > M 19 when whenin wb whenshe n nahe
she in was but bUll 17 In Mat l latt Mt t There The will willbowerer willtlowever willhowever
however probablY pr bably 1 oo trouble over overth overthe overth
the th matter u Captain ilhop formally formallyUtacbed tormallttaclMd formallyattached
attached hilt written Qrttswt a t to th t the stub stubIrotn stubfront tubfrom
from which the lfcn < WM torn before beforeleaving betoreIMVlrar beforeleaving
leaving Farmlnfton o a and d Truelgons TruelgonsMother TruellClf1IaOtlarr Truelconsmother
Mother It Is said wi fIUgo wiLl go r ° up there and anderfonn Andpertonn andperform
perform > a like Ilk act t fCLEARlSO fop > jjtoi jjtoiCLEARIXO bta btaCI1E4tRIND
Bait LakTcuv lAke C1t CLIP loir 11 1MO 1MOTodays 100Today 900Todays
Todays clearings clearingsSame J UIU 4 > 5 01 01Jam OlSame
Same day last year 4MMS 4141050 4141050w 4141050ORE 1068 1068ORE W WORE
tflBge bullion JTOO jOO
JOMr r and lead or o ores i 6jw 6300C
CIInldl C 3 anlde anldeOAAtBBROBR
> I 6 e4 tHO tHOIC 3500letal
IC letal letalUAMliBROn tal 13H 13HDiUlDSnOaR
Jultlon B M I f 0 1511 l
What Whatme tlfft Fl Fig urestforthe ur torthe First Half Halfof Hnlff HalfOfJuIyShow
of OfJuIyShow OfJuIyShowA f July JulyA Show ShowI
6prlurln In Parleys larl ys Cnnron lIron thaI Have HaveAbtolUlely IIA IIAblolulclr Jimstboluloly
AbtolUlely lined DpAi 1 Condition ConditionThat COlldlllonIhat CoiidliionThat
That U Not ot Very Promising PromisingLand lromlIIILand lromiIsigInd
Land aad 3id Water Commissioner CommissionerUrfleld W Witreld Wet Wetterfleld
Urfleld In going over the figure o olthe oltheter the tlrtwater thewater
water ter supply or suit Lake CUr Cit t toJIiY toJIiYtor 1O1HYtot X Xfor
for tk the first 1 11 days of o July Jul found f ull4thlt ull4thlt1M tint tintth thatthe
th 1M conditions O wr w m ffi4lt tt startling 0nth On Ontlt Ontil
th tlt first of July th tllett f was w flowing into intoth h Ititothe o othe
th the conduit oot1 ulLl of the city water system systemliIOtM0 1J Pyatemais0s m mgalloaa
liIOtM0 ais0s gallons dally of which whichIONWO hJch
IONWO 6000 000 gallons came from CHty CHtyCmk Oftyk 01WCreek
Creek k and 7600000 gallons from fromParleys fromlarll8 fromPithys
Parleys canyon On July 11th 16ththis 11ththlt 11ththis
this had fallen oft SMQMO The Hr Hrat flrt flrtt flrotalt >
alt at t falling off la from Parley which whichhaa whichhas vhlchhall
hall fallen 3000000 gallon gallonThe gallonTbe gallonsThe
The following table U I taken from the thebooks thebookl thebooks
books of the water commissioner commissionerCITV commlulonerCITY commissIonerCITY
July 7tt 1 7st1ilehirgin t1 fclsehargltitr > hrglng Into the weir weirabove weirabove woirabove
above the th high line IIn tank 6000080 July JulyMth July11th July11th
11th at the game tun place 600000 UOOOOOItAJtLIUYS 6600000lAltLIIyS 600000PARITYS
July Ut Discharging over the citys citysweir clt cltweir cityswefr
weir above tank 7MOOOO 7500 gallon July July16th JulylGth July16th
16th at sam 1M place 4600000 gallons gallonsThe ganonlThe gallonsThe
The Jordan and Salt hake canal U Udischarging I Idillcharglni Isdischarging
discharging today Into the citys tin irrigating trrltraUne tingatthg ¬
gating system fortytwo iooohd feet feetwhich feetwhl feetwhich
which whl h to exactly onehalt bite hall of the th iuawl quantity <
ty discharged at t the opening of the Ir Irrigating IrJolr iirlgating ¬
rigating orison orisonMr eaionMr
Mr weeterfield who In keeping a acareful netul acareful
careful watch upon the streams from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which the city receive Its water sup supply aupN supply ¬
ply N states tat that thatat at the head of IAmbs Mmbsceanyon IAmbsceanyon lAmbscunyon
ceanyon whence a great deal of the thelow thefiow theflow
low of Parleys Parle creek Is received that thatspringe thatIprlng thatsprings
springs that have never b been n known to tobe tobe tobe
be dry b batore fore are today perfectly trf Uy dry dryand dryaDd dryand
and he h anticipate a still further falling fallingoff
off of the water ater supply In the same ratio ratiofrom ratiotrom ratiofrom
from this creek creekCity ereekCII creekCity
City CII Creek U I keeping up the flow In a awonderful nwom2erul awonderful
wonderful manner compared with the theother theother theother
other source of supply supplyLATE upplyJ supplyLATE
J J Jl
All News readers who ho are taking takingthe takingth takingthe
the th Paris Exposition Portfolios are no notified notlfted notilted ¬
tilted that number 9 U now In and amiready andready andready
ready for delivery Subscribers Subcr1 r who whohave whohave whohave
have not yet t entered their names nam should shoulddo houldI
I do HO at a t once oncepoos onceI onceipeO
I ipeO poos J J1QIM HM putt u lrl10 itj jo joand t30111 11 t3 t3JI1Il ia iaml
and ml o 01 tnji uo3 eOO wq wqlira fl 1i1fl eej n flMrs J J11ra
lira Peterson the wife of a convict convictnow convictnow convIctnow
now at the Utah State prison was 8 up upfrom uptrom upfrom
from Itlchfleld today working for a apardon LCnlon apardon
pardon for her husband Peterson was WAInt wassent wastent
tent nt up from Itlchfleld fix Ix months ago agoto agoto agoto
to serve If a sentence of one year ear for forgrand torIlrand forgrand
grand larceny larcenyThe InlenThe larcenyThe
The Predonla Fr Primary association of ofAriiona otArtlona ofArizona
Arizona has sent to Secretary of state stateHammond StaleHammond StateHammond
Hammond K 6 for the Scofleld relief fund fundH
H B Pratt and family of Topeka TopekaKaneas TopekAIeanlal TopekaICansas
Kaneas are visiting at the home of E EW EW liv
W v Hall of this city Mr Pratt wan wanformerly walltonnerl1 wasformerly
formerly a resident of the oity being beingengaged beingnplred beingengaged
engaged In the undertaking undert klnr business buslnewHe
He says y that Kansas this year ear IB in a afine IIftne afine
fine condition and that the harvest harvestwhich hanelthleh harvestwhich
which hleh li now nearly over Is one of the theheaviest thehuvlest theheaviest
heaviest for year yearAnother yearsAnother r rAnother
Another one of those quiet little wed wedding weddinK wedding ¬
ding parties parU for which the count countclerks county countyelerks countyclerks
clerks office at the joint building Is Iecorning l be becoming becorning ¬
corning famed for took < place this thl morn morning morllIrlg morning ¬
ing when hen Mr Ir Joseph F Perry erry of Idaho IdahoFalls IdahoPAil IdahoFalls
Falls Idaho and Mrs Nellie Preeton bf bfOgden btOgden bfOgden
Ogden were made one Deputy Clerk ClerkGeorge ClerkOeorge ClerkGeorge
George E Blair performed the cere ceremony ceremony coremony ¬
mony The parties 11U1I were aged 40 O and nnda7
17 years ya respectively respectivelyThe
The lady wrfb lost her watch at t Saltalr Saltalrthe Saltalrthe
the other day and which was wa found last lastnight laltnlrbt lastnight
night In the possession of Ed Dalton Daltonhas Dillionbaa Daltonhis
has not yet t been located Meanwhile Meanwhilethe
the watch teJnthe care of the sheriffs sheriffsoffice Iberltto sheriffsames
office officeAll o amesAll 1coAUtbe
All AUtbe the members of th the Stake Board of ofLand orLand ofLand
Land Commissioners are ar In the th field fieldFisher leldFlaher nldFisher
Fisher Hard nar Is In Summit Summi county countl Mr MrMeFarland MrMcFarland MrMcFarland
McFarland la I locating lOAUn sthool Ithol landu 108 In InIron InIrn InIron
Irn Iron courtly cuJy and Mr tr Reese U I doing like likework lke lkework likework
work la Sanpete npte county eunty Mr Walton WaltonIs Walon WalonI
I Is still visiting hl his U old home In Maine MaineKatie Mlneate MaineKatie
Katie eate Pery Per Per the little IIIte daughter dughe of ofDeputy orDputy ofDaputy
Deputy Dputy Sheriff Sherll Perry Pery who was wa Injured Injuredlaet Injur injuredlast
last week li I 1 recovering roerlng nicely nlcel All of ofthe otII oflIt
II lIt the stitches Itch were wee taken takt out yesterday ytera
PI10M J10 1 ADM thMlhtt1i IK ii Ah 8HVMOUH 8HVMOUHJnpancso SI1run SI1runJInnc SIIYMOUIIJapanese
Japanese o Illcw Hew llicw1pTleu Up Tien Tlcl T Thin ln Gate GateOthers GnteOlhers GateHhers
Others Following FollowingJuly lollllnIDq Inhlowlrigrondor4m
rondor4m July UIn the house 1 of ofcommon ortfUI0M ofcommons
common tfUI0M today tb the parliamentary Ilamentar sec secretary 1 isorotary ¬
rotary reA fop ta the t foreign flln olllce olce Mr Ir St StJohn StJohn StJohn
John Hrodfcrlctc Urbrlek read a a telwtun tel from fromAdmiral fro fromAdmiral
Admiral dmlr wiJr r dated 4ae Taku T u July IT ITfilvln 1 1Slyl 17giviaf
filvln giviaf an 1 V account ont of f the capture captur of ofthe otth ofthe
the th native It city cIiYOt II of O Tten Ti T Iln ln by the theallied theai theallied
allied ai forces rO According Acconln to this th dis dispatch dt dtlae dipsich ¬
patch on the themorning morning mrnlnJ of July Jul 14 the theJapanee theJapanese
lae te teJapne
Japanese Japne blew e up the gate fte and a entered enteredthe ne
the th oUr lb he other off following followingOn tolowtnC tobowjnOn
On the right ril the tb Russian captured captureda Ctu
a battery btlr on 0 the th bank bk of the Liu Lu T4 T4canal T PaldM1
canal caat coastotlns clnr of twelve t1elvl small Iall guns tunsThe gunsThe n nT
The T other oher troops trp all al engaged on n the theleft thelett theleft
left lett About Ablt 6000 10 In all al were wer entraeeu entraeeuand engaei1mind nctt
and over 0 70 killed kie or o wounded woul the theJapane theJ theJapanese
Japanese J betog br the tb heaviest teaers 1 The TheBritish TI TheBritish
British rlt had twenty killed kie and ald ninety ninetythree nlntytbr ninetythree
three tbr wone wounded The Chinese troops tJ fled fledIn fledIn ed edtn
In what wht direction loJ to I not aa known knownCONDITIONS knwn knwnCOSUTtOSS knownCONIITIONS
CONDITIONS COSUTtOSS IN ChinA CUI1AGovernor CUUGovernorGenoml ChinAGovernoiicnirnlWmi
Governor GovernorGenoml GovernoiicnirnlWmi lOncrnl Wod VomI Says 8n All Al I IQuiet h hQuiet IsQuiet
Quiet la II tho Island IslandWashington IsIRndWulEfton IslandVaahlngto
Washington WulEfton July Jul 16 1oYrnor 11Governor Governor Gen General an anral Gincml ¬
eral ral Wood Wo of Cuba Cub who arrived arrle here hereCordctfo href hereTjjU1Eroi
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last night reached the war ar department departmentat
at lt 8 530 30 this morning murlng and v wenl nt immedl immedlotely Immel Immelately imrnediately
ately > into Secretary Stcretary Hoot Hoola s oilier onr He HeMid Held liesaid
about condi conditions condlton conditions ¬
Mid ld he knew kne very IUe
tions In China or the reason of his hil has having ha haIng hasing ¬
ing ton been ben called to Washington He Hecame Hecare lIecaine
came care here In response reponee to a telegraphic telegraphicrequest telegraphctequt teleraphlCrequest
request from Secretary Bfrttarr Hoot not General GeneralWood GeneralWood GeneralWood
Wood said td conditions condltof In Cuba Cub were werequiet wereqult werequiet
quiet and favorable tavorble In response rpnH to a aquestion aqUHlo aquestion
question qUHlo an as A a to whether he h could culd spare sparemore sparemore pae paeInor
more troops from trm there he h Mid Id no re request r rqUttt request ¬
quest Inor had trp been bnmade beenmade made on hIm for troops troopsexcept trop troopsexcept
except for the three regiments which whichhad whichba whichhad
had been ben ordered from Cuba Cub a month monthbefore montbbfore monthbefore
before bfore the Chinese Chlnea trouble became bame so soserious 1 1IrlOu soserious
serious He e believed beleved there ther would be an anInquiry anIlqulry aninquiry
Inquiry Ilqulry made a I as to how many troops trp he hecould h hcould hecould
could spare but he was not prepared prepr to toty t tosay
ty anything thlnl until h he had ha discussed dllul the thequestion th thqutUon thQueStion
question qutUon with lh Secretary Sretarr Hoot oot The eleo eleotlonfl ele elacHone
Hone tlon In Cuba Cub passed ped off quietly qulelr 0 Gn GnWo GinWood n nWood
Wood said Id and th the people pple there were weretaking wretaking weretaking
taking Wo much Interest Interet In the th convention conventionwhich conveuton conveutonwhlcb conventionwhich
which IB l to be b held some Ime time tme this thl fall fallSecond tallSeold fallSecond
Second Seold ward Sunday school hol of Ogden Ogdenwill Ogdn Ogdnwi Ogdenwill
will wi hold their war annual Picnic at Lagoon LagoonFriday Lagon Lagonfrlda Lagoonlriday
Friday July80 July80Admliilon July 3 20 20tdmislnii
Admliilon < 71111 Uolr Unl 3S 3 3Wrftlng Cents TentiWrestling CentsWrestlIng
Wrestling Wrftlng Salt Sl Palace Thursday night
Perhaps no one factor In the sue successful sueCf1 sueesisfUl ¬
cessful Cf1 establishment ltablthmJt of an orchard ia iaM I 1 1so
M 1 Important Imprtant as A its It site Jt and yt et It Itseems I itseems
seems em to b be th the one most mOt frequently frequentlyoverlooked trquetly trquetlyovrloke frequentlyoverlooked
overlooked It Is I often oCn the Jecldlnc Jecldlncscent dtlln dtllnaaal decidlnagent
scent ovrloke between btwen profit and loss 10 One Onecommonly OnecmoDI Onecommonly
commonly cmoDI sees t peaches pch grapes rrap straw strawberries strw strwhrrn trawberries
berries hrrn and other othe easily U injured Inurd fruits fruitsplanted fltl fltlplanted fruitsplanted
planted In n low situations where whtr the cold coldair coldair coldair
air pours from the higher hlther surrounding surroundingground surroukdingground uruQdlnr uruQdlnrround
ground Joura and cannot cnnot drain drin away awa liar liartest lar larut liarvest
test In such Ilch caws cH is I simply a matter matterof
of luck the th weather ttler Just JU happening hppntn to tobe tota tobe
be favorable ta Often Otell the temperature temprture In Inthme II litthese
these the places plat Is five fve or o more mor degrees lel lower low lower ¬
er than a few hundred hundrd feet tet away awa but butupon butupn butUpon
upon upn higher hhbt ground goud No excuse eXCU san sanUie Iantle lavathe
the tle iiruiinilty of open bodies boltl of water watershould watt watershould
should ould be b made for placing an af orchard orchardIn orhnrd orhnrdInucb orchardInsuch
In Inucb tuch situations These act at a a I tem teml temperturl ternperature
perturl perature l > eretur balance blaDO keeping the te air cool coollate coo coolate I Ilate
late In the spring IM and an thus preventing preventingthe
the precocious pr uiol swelling aellle of the fruit fruitbudi trm trmudl frUitbud
bud udl andwanner and warmer in the tl autumn tin thiwarding I Iarlnr s swarding
warding arlnr oft of o Injury Inurrto to the ripening ripnig furlt furltBut trl furltBut I IDut
But where the thI these bod Ilu bodies lei are ar shallow sbalew or orsmall orsmall I
small Ial they the are of little IU use useWe u usee
We e cannot Cnlt plant upon upn the southern southernexposure luthern luthernepOure southernexposure
exposure epOure with wih the tl same me temerity aa aathe lS lSthe asthe
the English Enilh Thy The are ae obliged oblil to do dohit dotbll dothis
hit in order orc to t get gt sutOclent sulcleot nun UI and andheat andhlt andheat
heat but they Ue calculate upon porno somnnltlgatlns Iml pornotniIIgatin
tllptn nltlgatlns circumstance clrcumltanc a stone wall wallbuildings willbuiiihinns AI AIbuI4In
buildings a tnlWir climate etc How Hownrnny lionmany
buI4In tlke clmte Jow Jowmn
many mn peach Jc orchards olr are frosen ttn out in inthis InthI inthis
this thI country u t l by > y following tolowlnr this prao praoIce p pIc practice
countries countriesThe Iuntrle Ice Ic Th rule rle to wont ont worK 011 In both bothcountries bth bthIuntrle bothcountries
The Te attention attentonot of doubUM Is I called clle to tohe tothe tothe
the following ColowlA = notes not put In readable readableshape raebt raebtIar readabshape
shape Iar from m recent observations obraUol Upon Upona U l
a I hill hi where wber th the land sloped Ild from fro the theop Ue Uetop thetOp
top op to o the north nortl and to the south Itth posts postswere postswere
were ere plated vlaae at the th top and at t equal equalllstances eunl eunldllrc equaldlatancss pl
llstances dllrc upon Utn each elope lop from tr U Utales I ItIloic
Holt tales were wee baredIn bireln eachpost ea eaCh h pOt pose for thn thnreception th thrcpton thjreception
reception rcpton of thermometers thenoretera 1110 1110ot Headings Headingsof
of the temperature tepuaUl1 were taken during duringour durtngtour duringfour
tour our month In the early rl morning and andacaln andaIn
aIn In the early 1rl afternoon attrno When Whencompared Wln Wlnempt STheneompded nt
compared and tabulated tabulate the data datahowed dta dtahowe datashowed
showed empt howe that the tb average arall dally daly tempera temperaure tmpra tmpraturf temperature
turf ure on th the northern Jhem slope Ilop of the hill hillwns bi billWas
Was a about abut eight elht degrees drell ices than thanUK thnnulln thanupon
UK ulln upon n the southern Ithen that the range wa was wasas a aas
B as low as sixteen Ixten lxte n degrees de lest and an that thufhere Ihutthere thatthere
there was Its I lips variation varlton uprn u rn ih ihnorthern Ihnrthern ihnorthern >
nrthern northern slop Ilol than upon upn the Ihl southern southernThe loulhlrn loulhlrnTe southernThe
The Te actual temperature tellrature U of lets 1tllm 1tllmrtnce Im Imtortnnce importance
tortnnce rtnce than the variation vlrlaJun from trol day dayo
to o day and from hour to hour hCur Trees TreesUpon TreulJpn Treeupon
lJpn Upon the southern luthen slope slp might mhb com comnence cornthence om omInence
thence to swell their buds from being beingn
In n B mild mid temperature tempetaturt while wile northern northernxpesed northen northenXp8e northernexposed
exposed Xp8e trees t t might still 8t 1 be surrounded urrunde
b by a freezing temperature temprature The former formerwould tormerwould formerwould
the would latter latterIn stand lets lel chance chance of eiotpe elo Q than
In a less degree these remarks remkappl apply
to the tht summer summlr or growing B 1a 1alol ic icsoli a I Isoil
soil lol upon Up01 a northern nurtbtn sIl lnjx may i ilets L 1 1n 1Il 1Isie
lets Il early url than the tht southern southtn southernhere f ffit
111 here fit robbed rolbc of moisture mol turE than in inand I > I Iand tand
and thus favor a better b ter yield ylel 111 < I Ibe < f r J Jbe aI
I be b cooler on account llollnt of th thp < > lt ltrays I IN <
rays N of the thl sun Further rthr i tnee m i ineed L Lneed
need nee not be b drawn the tb fai fad fatsrlently ts i irlently h hIlenUy >
rlently clear to ihow that sit sitthe it itthe I >
the most Important faciou tactor ibt 1 i t torcardttt In Inorcardllt S Sorcardtst
orcardttt or the fruit trl growi JrOI gr grdeal d t i ideal Idal
deal with withM It I 0 Kalnt In Am AmGardening AlI A AGardening D Di
i Gardening GardeningSUMMER Gsrenlnl GsrenlnlSUMMER
via viaDMON viaUNIfl 11
Colorado Colordo common point St Bt P PChicago 1a 1aChtrllgo I IChicago <
Chicago St Louis Lul and p pIntermediate pintermedIate <
Intermediate Intennelate and an < l ret rt one Ole fai faiplus f a aplus l lplu
plus plusJuly pluJllly plusJuly
July Mth 2th Limit Oct Ot list listDetroit Ilet lIstDetroit
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Chicago Clcro and ret Aug 2321 2321In 234In 4 4In
In addition additon to the aboir abo on r rU i iU
U a 2 July 11 1 aril an anAurt arilAUgust J JAugutt
AUgust Aurt 3 we will haw 111 lr 1 t tly 1 > ily
ly I reduced muo rats Nt In effwt etld etldrouad r rround r rround
bet betwrado betnd bet
round till to all points
rado nd common commn trll points al and 8t i11 I Iluth d i I Iluth p pluth
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Witches Itth Rocks Dir DirQre DevileGreen 10
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and Devils vI Gate Gatt Hlut are ar a sout soutrhairtln sumhantin 1 no norhaMln
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MAURERAt the family hon hon101a lvnPollard N NIollard
Pollard 101a cort court o rt of kidney klney INII INIIlih ti Ju Ju17th I I17th
17th lih Charles Carle Maurer ageJ agt agland < > l > 1 1and
and IT I days daysThe dyTbe 1 1Tburla I
The funeral services vlc vlll vlllThumday wi wUiThursday 1 h
Thursday Tburla at S D in at th I tifourth J
fourth ward meeting house houseSouth hOUe houseovth c culh
ar mHtng J JInltf
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Invited Inltf to attend Intermrm Intermliltemere Intermrmcemetery Intermecemetery
cemetery cemeteryCANPIKLT temere temereANFmLDt cemeteryANFIILDAt
CANPIKLT ANFmLDt At Modena ModenaItah T T1la11 i iltah
ltah July filh 9M 1 of a RUf RLl RLldisease < uf > el1 J Jdlseaiw I Ilee
disease lee and heart troiiM troiiMM troll tromliM > I IM n
M Westovcr wife of Par Parfield Parfield i ifield <
field She was I born In InUtah m mUtah l lUtah
Utah OctJnd Oct nd 18M DWP 1 1a 1 1a l la
ch1t ch1tand
a husband and two rhlMn ehilirand n t tand
and son I to mourn her lo I Ia < > i ia F 1 1a
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