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n nth said I Id Mr I Vllllen Vllm In tptaWng tptaWngt PUb ng
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frir 1 id II the Important ImpJrlael trfapements engagement No Nohu
1 > who hu has not icn en the country cunlry can canitiilit canIr
itiilit Ir Jlte the difficulty dltcuUy for ot an Invdlng Invdlngf Invldlng Invldlngfn
f fn r t and nd no one who ho has not seen this thistur
tur 1 ran an ralre rale hoiv hll conditions cndlons of bat bati
i have handed In the last twenty11 twentlvo twentlvoms Vo Vors
> ms rs I tdl tel you oU It I needs far greater greateruraje greaterUlge
uraje Ulge 10 o march marh on repeating repeatng rltle rles be
Mud trenches today loda than was wasne Wi
ne nemarr fssary to charge a po pothe poln
ln la laiMtinc the FrancoGerman war
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A Hair Food FoodThere F oad oadThere
There is this peculiar pecular thing thingnbout thingnhout
nbout our Hair Ilir Vigor its its a ahair nhair
hair food not n dye It Itdoesnt I
doesnt turn tur your hair sud suddenly suddcnly ¬
denly black and make it look lookdead lookdead
dead and lifeless lfeless nut gradu gradually grdualy ¬
ally aly the old color comes back backto
to your hair all al the rich richdark richdnrk
dark color it used lsed to have haveAnd haveAnd
And it stops falling of the hair hairEven hairEven
Even if your hair isnt com coming coming ¬
ing out isnt Miming gray grayisnt gryisnt
isnt too short isnt in the least leastunsatisfactory leastunsatsfctory
unsatisfactory unsatsfctory yet you OU certainly certainlywant
want a fine fne dressing for it itYou itYou
You cant get anything better betterthan betcL betcLthan
than Ayers Hair Vigor It Itkeeps Itthe
keeps the scalp clean cean and andhealthy andhea
healthy hea thy makes the hair grow growrapidly growrpidly
rapidly prevents it from fall falling fI ¬
ing out and docs not allow alow alowsinglc a asingle
single gray hair to appear appearOne
One 010 dollar dolsr R I bottle bottleIf bote boteI
If I your Olr dtugfttit duglt cannot CBIIOI supply lupl you YOI end endw4 eudu
w4 u Jtoo 110 and ld we will wil txpresi ulrc n bottle otc to you youall 01
all al charge prepaid prefnld lie sure Ilro and nl < give ui uiounicarett II
office officeJ
ounicarett cxnresJ oleI
011 Ioarut J ulru C Avck A Ck CO towcll foICl Musi MusiOur Mn MnOur
Our book on Tho Hair Ilr Free
300 410 to nnd nnt 335 335Sheep 325Shoj tho th liberal IIbol11 supply luPI11y of bulls bula at lt
Sheep receipts rec lptl were liberal lberal during duringthu
thu week amounting Inuulltng to IJOOO aoo but ut there therewas thrluwaR
was not lut a tmlllclcnt HuUclen supply 1IIIIJly fur the th do dommiil 110lnlll
mmiil lnlll which ficcaslonod fccaslonet thu purchase purchaseof
of unite quie a I percentage perCelllge of supplies Rupplea do doHired doIre
Hired Ire by h > some 80ml of the pnuUurg IHICIIIS at lt the thomore
more 1010 northern nOltherl markets mlrktl from which whichpoints whichpolnls
points they tteio W lO shipped Ihlpped here for forslaughter forsllughler
slaughter sllughler Colorado Colora o and Ind New Mexico Mexicolambs MexicolalLs
lambs lalLs constitute consJltule tho greater greter portion porton of oftho oCIho
tho offerings and sold nt 475 to 600 few fewselling towseling
selling seling below heol 400 40 fioino fat Clt wethers sold soldon
on 01 Monday lonlla at i45 45 and nld a I lot of two twoyearolds twoarolts
yearolds arolts went wrnt at 40 on 01 Thursday Fat Fatwen Flt
sold nt 375 39 395 and
wen 111 to nnl yearlings yearlingsat clrlngs clrlngsIt
at It 425 < 2G to 476 475 The long expected rush rushof
of cod sheep In Ii Into materializing mlterlllzlng and andpackers nndpncer
packers pncer seem SICI to t be becoming hecomlG anxious anxiouswhich anxiouswhich
which caused causet keen II0n competition eOlllellon nnd ant nil nilbusiness nl nlbUHlle
business bUHlle 1 In the sheep shetj yards Is usually usuallyover usualY usualYoer
over very early Iarly In the day a while whie late ar arrivals arr1als
rivals r1als are hardly allowed aloled to alight Ilght be before betore
fore they Ihe nro Iru on tho way wn to some pack packIng pacleIng
Ing house Solos Siica of western weslor sheep wore woreas werolS
as lS follows tolows Bryan Bros Las IAI Anlmns AnlmnsColo nhnll
Colo 240 lambs Ilunhl 79 lb Ibl nt 600 Dwycr DwycrJones DwerJanos
Jones Las R Animus Colo 231 lambs 74 74nt 74Ils
Ils nt 405 49 J B I Colt Col Las Anlmas AnlmasColo Anlraa AnlraaColo
Colo IS1 I lambs 78 Ibs Ils nt GOO and 939 939lambs Oj9Jambs
lambs 78 781b8 Ibs at 495 45 M P Ilhoods Ins InsAnimus TR
Animus Colo G2t 21lambs lambs 76 Ibs at 600 600n
11 O Fuller I uler Las Anlmas Anllls Colo 467 467lambs 467lambs
lambs 76 Ibs Ils nt GOO 60 nnd J G Fulker Fulkerson
490 son Caddoa Cola 434 lambs 71 7 lt Its > s at
TBMlLB BLOCK BJOOI TREES lltES
Ono 010 of tlio Jlen 3IcI Who Planted Ilauto1 Them Themlives 1hcmGre
Gre lives Ills Views ViewsSpecial rlewl rlewlSpeclnl
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceSprlngvllle Correlilollenct
Sprlngvllle Sprlnglle Utah Feb 28 281 I copy copyfrom copyCrm
from Crm the News of Oct 29th 1S92 1S92Temple 1592emplo
Temple Block Dock Shade Shnl Trees Treeseorgo Treeseorgolllersol Gcorgo GcorgoAnderson
Anderson lllersol writes wries to tho News that In Intho Intho
tho uprlng of 1859 Henry Icll Kmcry Elery and andhimself nndhlmselt
himself planted trees on the east west westand westand
and north sides of the Temple Block
Dock
They nlso nlsoplnnled planted some SQIO on the south southtide soUthsIde
tide but not nil al as al same had hld already alreadyjecn
jecn planted on that side sllt Thfr h most mostof lst lstor
of the trees they then planted arestill arestillgrowing 110
sti stigroWing
growing except on the north sldewhoro sldlwhoro
hey are tro nil ni gone son The gentlemen gCltlemen were werethen werethcn
then In the employ elllo of Win Wi C Stulnes
Woodman Woodlnn spare that troel Last Lastvcck Llt
1011 vcck < 1 was assured tssuled by b my friend ProC 1rofi
1 i H I Uggertson Eisertson that at least some SOIO of oftho oCIbo
Ibo abovementioned a bovulcnUoned trees were being beingremoved beln belnremoved
removed I never novel learned who planted Ilantedtho
ho first frst ires ttel on the th south side sld ns above abovestated nhovI
stated 1eihnps lelhlPI the thl planters plantef llko lke my myilcnd I
tlenl ilcnd and nnl partner in this planting 1lnnln 1lnnlnenr
Henry enr Emery gi e r of the Sixteenth ward wardwe wnd
tle
hac we gone the way wa of C nil tl the earth earthand cnrthand
and nre not here to speak for them themselves thol ¬
selves and ane very llkcjy IkeJy I alono am left
to express my feelings Ceelngs I have no noecollectlon n
recolecton ecollectlon of ever having done any anyrccplnnting nn nntreeIlntng
treeIlntng rccplnnting or of giving gllng the subject subjectmy
nn my attention atenton until unt we begun lel an that morn mornn 10r
In n ut lt the southwest Vorner orner of tho Tem TempIe
pIe > le IJIockbtit lockbut l went at It It I In II my lY charac characerlstlo chracterlstc
terlstc erlstlo thorough painstaking way wayHeeling Ia
kncolll Heeling to spread the roots rootsn
11 n a natural position positon and pack packhe IJaclthe
he soil soi around arount them Al AIIhough
hough since then I have wandered wanderedilony wanderd110n
110n ilony a weary wear foot and thousands of ofnlles ormies
mies nlles have Intervened between us yet yethavo et
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1 havo always thought of them ns old oldrlemls OldtrlII
trlII rlemls null I believe belee that thlt this feeling feelings Ceelllg
Is s shared Ihared by b thousands who have en enijyod enJoYulI
ijyod their grateful srlleCul shade I never neverbought nevorthought
bought to Imjulre Inlulre where these trees treesnine tre3 tre3cle
cle nine from but from my m knowledge knowledgeof
of conditions conditons In the Tcriltory renlo nt that thntline thattle
tle line I believe helele that It I II H almost certain ccrtlnthat
hat they came cnl from rum 1resldcnt Presdent Brlglmm Brlglmmoungs Jrlghll
Youngs oungs nursery nUlsery where wherl they tht were wererown WIN WINsrown
srown rown from seeds scedl planted plllllel If I not by byilmcclf
himsel ilmcclf at least lea t by h his direction dlreclon nnd nndheir anI
heir planting plnntll round the Temple Bloal Bloalvan 1001 1001was
van doubtless doubtess done dun by b his hil counsel counselThose coulsel coulselThoe
Those old familiar famIlar trecfs trecfsWhose trera treraWhose
Whose glory rlor nnd ronown ronOl1
Vre re spread fprend oer land nnd nd sea seaAnd Manl
And nl wouldst woullst thou hack them themdownl hemdown
down downlBut I Inut
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But if I they the are doomed permit PHnit me to
Inquire through the News If It Itwould Itwould
would be expedient CXlodlsnt and ald compatible compntble with withtlu wih wihtht
tlu > plans IJIIn8 formed to spare nt least an antrue onp onptro
true tro nt each tch corner of the Block Bock nnd nndon III IIIone
on one nt t onch lch ride 11 of il t I gatw 0hl and 111 If Ifn I
n few of the other Inefl trle were sawed sawedoff
off about two feet from tha gtouml gtoumlthey sroundthlY aII
they thlY wouldj ouh make solid 111 soots sots and andthousands Int
thousands thou nlls of people Iltplu would 10ull be pleased pleasedand loull loulland
and proud to be oblo allo to flay AlY that they Ulo
hid hld had hd the privilege priviege of sitting sitng on onthem onthem
them themAgain J Jsall
Again sall I fo fol l to pload IJlold with wih those thoo In Inliowr In1owtr
liowr 1owtr to sjxir 111 ot t least I ast a few Cel of tlm tlmmost tlt
most m t vigorous lroru9 of these thele trpM tn out of ofnsppct otnppect
nsppct to the Iloneor Ilone r Chlftaln Chltnln Brig Irll
hntn Young Younl If there were WEre no other rea reasons ro ¬
sons fons and nd your OUr petitioner prtloner us 11 In duty < ut
bound will wi ever pray prayOKO rA rAOr
OKO Or 0 ANDKKSON
TO 1 > AVB A Vf MOHB IHI STKKETS STKKETSProposition srlREES
Proposition 11011051101 Will Wi be C Siirnnqr SJrll in II Cllj ClljCouncil Clr ClrCOUlcl
Council COUlcl Tomorrow fOJOIOW Evening EveningTho l rOiing rOiingThe
The bad nnd muddy condition oondllon of tha thacitys thoelA
citys elA streets for the past Pllt fow oW wok wokhna wok wokhi
hna hi evidently eldent had Ha ls effect ct < t upon the theminds themlnlh
minds of the people tple living 1lnJ on these thesethoroughfares thes
thoroughfares thorugllflrel that ore ar now tho most mostbinr mostbil
binr bil In town outside outridE the present presentpaved preselt preseltPMetl
paved district distric Two or three days 111 ngo ngoa nJo nJoa
a project vns launched tunche to pave plve Sec Second Seconll
ond South from West Tempi to the 15lo 15loOrnnde lo loOrade
Ornnde Orade Western WeHter depnt by 1 dealing dealingwhat naatlg naatlgwhat
what U l to be bl known as n I paving fllng dls dlstrlct district
trlct trict nnd alI to bond the pmpiTty Inper to be bebenefited belenlntld
benefited lenlntld Upon tlln this thl Ichme ch me Iwlng Iwlngbrought 1 lng lngIrousht
brought Irousht to light lght It I seems Stl11 that prop property prp prpcrt ¬
erty crt owners alons alon other much mUlh u ue1 ue1Ftrects ed edstreets
streets are re favoring the mm laml Idea IdeaThey 11 11rhey
They nre nrC as follows CUUOII South Temple Templefrom Templefrm
from frm West W t Temple cast Cllt to Second ScconIIn Iast IastState t tIHnte
State strcci ftret from trm Fourth to Fifth FifthSouth Fifh FifhSouth
South and Third South from Main ln to toState toState
hnt
State street which It Is proposed to topave topae
pave with wih stone blocks and asphalt asphaltTho asphol
Tho public publc In general will 1 appreciate appreciatethe
the necessity neccul of these Improvements Improvementsand Imprvement
and Ant the only anI question queton connected with withthe withth
the th enterprise enlerrle Is oa II to tho feasibility CeallbJt
of tlio tl0 proposed prp08et mothod 101hot of talslng the thenecvaaary thetCC
JIIIII
necvaaary tCC ISIr funds fundsCouncilman CUII CUIICoulcllnll
Councilman Coulcllnll It 1 11 Whlttcmore Whllel1rl It I ap appears nll ¬
pears IH the prime mover lonr In thin thll work worknnd worleand
and claims clult to have Interviewed mofit mofitof ml1t ml1tor
of the tie residents rCHI < oltl and ald property owners ownersalong OIOIS OIOISnlong
along tho streets ireets to bn w affected Itlcted most mostall mosLII
all II of whom says SIH he favor elor the th scheme schemer
Mr r Whtttemore Whttomol u 1 Is understood unleltood U Uso Isso
so sanguine nlluile of being able Ihl < to carry ellry out outthe outth
the th plan IJlnl suggested lugeSled nuo Ibow > e that he le will willtiffor wi
tiffor ofel a I resolution rC lltlol in II tlm Councils Councilsmeeting Cuuncls Cuunclslotllg
meeting lotllg next Tuesday evening evenil asking askingthat aMklnl
that thlt the tll city el engineer enllner b Instructed Ilstrtctml to tomake tolal
make lal tin estimate Htllile of tin cost of the thecnnttinplated thecOlltmJlnt
cnnttinplated cOlltmJlnt ll Improvements nnd nlil like likewise lke lkewlsl
wise wlsl directing dreellR that thlt the th city ltY recorder recorderadvertise Ilrder IlrderIdverl
advertise Idverl e n notice IItee to tbe tie effect feet that tha tho thomunicipality tholunlclpnlty
municipality lunlclpnlty Intends Inlendl to crtnte lItate certain certainpaving tnln tnlnplYllg
paving plYllg districts dlstllcls and t tu < > Uvy Iv a special speciallax
lax on the piopcrty IIoP t to be IJI benetltoil benetltoilwith hllotlell hllotlellwih
with wih which I to pay 111 for the Improve Improvemonts ImlJrovement
monts ment Mr Ir Whlttpmoro WlllplOlc miyg 111 he flnds flndstho 111
tho nbuttlntf abutng property owners so favor favorable rnvornhlp ¬
able to paving jlaII the > Kirnis lrtlIR minvd thnt thntlid thnth
lid h doe 10eq < not think It mcesunry IWc l ary to imuo imuohonils Iluo Iluohonls
honils honls as 01 ha believes bllvts the puuple IJolJl1 would wouldicndlly wouldreodly
icndlly reodly pay a special Rfelal tux levied levlet for forthe Cortho
the purpose purposecity uru e eCI
city CI Engineer T Ilnecl Kelney JeJey In n rough 10uKhoI off offhand ¬
hand estimate 1lllte gnld lt the cost t of curbing curbingund Iulblne IulblneIlnl
und Ilnl paving the three thr strrts plrr mentioned mentionedlike menlnnt
like III JJast J I t Temple ltmplr street Illeet U I paveflwould paveflwouldl pavllwtuh pavllwtuhhe
l he > t > about U3 13 per OI linear foot for Imlf the thewidth theIl1h
width Il1h of the streets Itreltl not It llfturlng Igurlng on ontht unth
tht th car tiacks lokl which occupy IcculJ a I strip 11111
JO fwt lel wide Ille On thin basis It I will wil cost costabout cotnbout
about 3ono IOO C pave 11Ve Third South be between he1lan ¬
tween 1lan Alain and nnl Hum Htltn Htretts treltR Tin Tinhlork 1h 1hhlnkl
hlork hlnkl In ftnnt tlnt of the Ihl city Il and an < county countybulldliut lnt lnthuldl1
bulldliut huldl1 11 < b on lnh141 liu > 4r mys fn will wil cost costabout COlI COlIahout
about 23000 half of which whlh would wouldImvf w0l11 w0l11hR
Imvf hR to be borne by tho thl city rlY niul enmi enmity cnUIItv ¬
ty or onefourth each the pitys an4 ltrl por portion pOl ¬
tion tll however hUIIpr would wluhl he n llttlo 1111 mars marsas
as 11 It would hnve to pavo PIVO the Intersec Intersection Interae11111t ¬
tion 11111t df th tl sttoit between betwtIrourlh Fourth South Southnnd Soulhnnr
nnd nnr State Sil t streets ItreelR About Ablt 100000 the theengineer lheCl
engineer Cl 1t nI thinks hllk will wltlver cover the tl expense expenseof
of paving palllf the th thrto blocks on South SouthTemple SouthTenlle
Temple TempleCllILDHEN Tenlle TenlleCIIJDHN
CllILDHEN CIIJDHN AIm UNGHATEKUL UNGHATEKULilut INOUNIIIWUTJ INOUNIIIWUTJJlt
ilut Jlt County Commissioners rnlll slolel Will WJ Com Compel COn
pel 1111 Thtin lh 1 to tl Support IJOIt Jlotlier JlotlierChailes lnthcl lnthclhates
Chailes hates Slovens who last week wns wnscited waaclol
cited clol to appear before the board of ofcounty oCcounty
county commissioners conlnlsslonelS nnd nnt show Ihol cause causewhy caula caulawhy I
why ho did not support hla hit aged I get moth mother I
er who Is 76 years yearl of ngo appeared appearedbefore appenredboCQro I
before the board late Ilte Saturday after afternoon nCternoon
noon The old lady seemed to senso sensoher aensoher
her position 081101 keenly and nndthought thought It too toobad toobad
bad that after raising four suns suls with withbut wih wihbut
but very vcr little lte aid from their father fatherthat Catherthat
that she had at this thll stage of life lfe when whensho whenshe
she wns WIS too feeble to work to become becomea btcome btcomeI
a I charge upon the county und havo hlvo to togo togo
go to the poor house housl Charles la I Jani Janitor Jnntlor ¬
tor of the Ihl Otjulrrh Olultlh school and Ind earns a asalary nIllar
salary Illar of 85 S per month but claims ho hola
la not ablo Iblo to support IIIJlort hl his mother un unless unlcss ¬
less she Ihe would wOIII como ami live lve with wih him himself hin ¬
self IC and ant family tnlly ns ho had a wife and andsix Ind Indsix
six children chldrel to maintain lal1lln He said his hismother his10thor
mother 10thor Insisted Ilelsl < l on living lving alone The Thoother Theother
other three sons nro as IS follows Colowa Harry Harrywho lalry lalrywho
who Is at Silver City CI John at Din Dlamondvllle DinmOldlle
mondvllle mOldlle nnd Thomas at Wlnterfunl Wlntcrtiunr Wlntcrtiunrtors
tors nil ni working In II the mines After Afterhearing Aorhearing
hearing the facts tlCtl tho board Ioard ordered orderedthat ordere1thnt
that Charles give his mother ID 5 each eachmonth eachmonth
month and that Harry Inrry pny her herf
12 f John 3 nnd Thomas Tholls 2 The Thecounty Thecoun
county coun attorney torne was also Instructed Inslrcted to tosee tosce
see that the order Is complied compied with withnnrl withnnd
nnrl If not not to brlmr suit liomnelllnff cOpelln the
negligent neglgent sons to do as they ought to toward tonll ¬
ward nll their aged mother Upon tho thoboard thobOlrt
board bOlrt announcing Its Is decision Chariot Chariotbecame Charle1Ileelc
became Ileelc angry nnglY and nld In 1 emphatic oljhltO terms termsdcclaicd tcrmdeclan
dcclaicd 11 he would not pay n 1 cent Ho Hoclaimed le lecnllned
claimed cnllned his good name nla had already alreadyboon nlrendIlcn
boon Ilcn Injured by the publication 11ublenton of the thecitation thactallon
citation ctallon of last week requiring him to tocome tolome
come lome before the commlislonorH commls lonll Ha Hawaxed Hi
waxed warm and alt Chairman Chnlrmln Anderson Andersonthreatened Andeonthreatened
threatened to call cal In tho sheriff sherlr which whichquieted whIchulelell
quieted him down IOWI but ho left let without withouthaving wlhout wlhouthaving
having having the most kindly kind feelings teetngs In his hisheart hlAhenrt
heart toward the county count board who whosaid whoImld
said they the were determined dltermlnCI to enforce enforcetheir cnorcetholr
their order nt a there won wal no excuse for forthe Corthe
the old ladys piesent Pesent dependent con condition condl ¬
dition ditionOPPOSED dl
ton tonOPPOSIW I
OPPOSED THE Ilg WEDDING WEDDINGSpanish WEDDINGSpanish
Spanish Fork olk Olrl 11 Marries 3alrg Against AgainstHer Alalnst AlalnstHcl
Her Hcl Fathers 1ntlI1 Wishes WishesMiss WIshesIss
Miss Iss Anna nl Gardner of Spanish Fork Forkwas PorkWIS
was WIS married marred Saturday Saturdl evening to Burl BurlC
C Carroll Carrol of Louisville llulsvle Kentucky u ucommercial ucommercial
commercial traveler traleler The ceremony ceremonywns cercmOI cercmOIls
wns ls performed perolmed In the face of the bitter bitteropposition hltel hltelopposiion
opposition opposiion of tho brides father uncle uncleand uncleand
and other relatives relntves There wcro two twoattempts twoatempts
attempts atempts made mlde In Utnh county count to ef effect ertect ¬
fect a wedding but they the were unsuc unsuccessful unluc unluccesstul ¬
cessful The young OUII lady was then thensent theneelt
sent eelt to West Jordan to live 110 with wih her heruncle Ilr Ilruncje
uncle for a time lle nnd Carroll nrrol brought broughtgull brulght brulghtlult
gull for J10000 000 nsnlns ngalnl ttho Ihe father tatler nnd nnduncle ald alduncle
uncle for preventing PIOVCIIIS him from marry marrying mnrryIlg ¬
ing Ilg tho thl girl The suit lult has his not yot yotbeen et etbcen
been filed In the court and since ho hoIms hohas
has obtained ohlalled the girl Carroll Cnrlol may 1 stop stopproceedings stopjlroredlnJs
proceedings jlroredlnJs against ngailst her father fatherWhile nlherWhlo
While Whlo at West Jordan JOlrnn Miss lls Gardner Gardnerlearned OnrdnerII3nd
learned II3nd that Carroll Cnrrol was wal In Salt take takennd oke okennd
nnd In to
was successful getting ettl the thecity therl
city rl with wih a relative Ilnlve She then ob obtained ohtalnedlJermlsslon ¬
tained talnedlJermlsslon permission to stop with a frlenli frlenliwho trleni
who Iho Bocmed to have more sympathy for forthe Corhe
the cause of o tho thf young lady Ild While Whilehere Whie WhieIIrl
here IIrl Mlsn lsa CSnrdner Gnllnrr managed managld to niept niepther Illt Illt11r
her 11r lover and In a few Cel hours they were wereman weremnl
man mnl and wife wifeMr wlteMr
Mr Carrnll CnrrnlAYR says thnt ho will 1 take his hiswife hiswlfl
wife wlfl to Louisville Joulnile In n 1 few days tlYS nnd nndwill nndwil
will wil make makl his home homl I there thereSTAKTjim thereI thereWIlJ I
WIlJ STAKTjim SlAII jJ SOCIETY SOCIETYlocal
local UnltnrlniiR Ulltnllf Feel cel Sanutiliio 8allull0 Over Overtlio Orcl
tlio Prospects for a Church ChurchThe
The members Ifmbers of the Unitarian UniarIan so socloty MOcot
cloty cot of Bait Lake Lkc feel sanguine over overthe oyertho
the prospects IJro pcts of reorganizing the socle soclety soce socety
ty nnd again establishing eBlablshlng a flourish flourishIng nourilh nourilhIng
Ing church chuch The yearly eal expenses eXI > entes of ofthe oCthe
the church churh will wi bo Ur 4K nnd nnl the theAmerican themerlllU
American merlllU Unitarian Unlnrlnn society SoclOI promises to topay IQIIY
pay IIY 1000 10 The 111 local m members mbprs think thinkthat thinkthat
that the thl bHlanoe betlnrl can n bo raised rlHd They Theypropose TheyprolJol1
propose prolJol1 to secure eure tho services snlce of a min minister minIslor ¬
ister of maiked IIUle ability abllr and Hev Ie P 8 8Thatcher SThallher
Thatcher Thallher of Massachusetts ltleaehu tl who ho has hasbevn haMbeln
bevn beln here for some weeks weki nnd a 11 whose whosesermon whoseRUnOn
sermon RUnOn yesterday ellrtnr was I considered onstderd a aremarkable nremutknbl
remarkable remutknbl one 111 Is hllk spoken n of n I the man manneeded Inn Innnee
needed nee 1 Thor hrle will wil be b no 10 attempt ntempt at atprewnt lt ltIltlt
prewnt Iltlt t tn build 111 a church the cervices cervicesbeing senlcesbeing
being conducted cnturtct in a I public Imble hall hallUTAH hal halUlAJ
UTAH UlAJ CATTLEMEN CATJ mX
List ot Those Who Left Icf for Denver Jclrcr on onSaturday onSntUcln
Saturday SntUcln NIfjht NIfjhtA ht htA
A Utah Uah dclccatlon delcttton left on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdnight
night for Denver to attend ntend the Cattle Cattlemens Catte Cattemens ¬
mens convention conenton whoso prime object objectIs
Is the election elccton of a permanent organ organIzAtlon orbl
IzAtlon IZton for tho new ne association nuoenton of cat cattlemen ot ottren ¬
tlemen tren which whih was I started at lt the re recent ro roent ¬
cent national ntonnl live Iv stock convention eonenton In InSnlt InSal
Snlt Sal Uikc Jnkl The delegation delellton was mndo mndoup mndoUI
up UI of tho follwlnc tolwln perrons perronsU perFons perFonsU
U K I Patrons James C Leary ar C
Ira Tuttle Tutle John Hendrlokson lendrlckRon Mr
HdRoblll Bdehl William Wllnm Burke nlrkl Frank frnk Burke
D J Mcdlnley lcrlnle Scott Scot Pavls A I D Hud Hudnnll
nnll nnl L J L Baumgartn nnUmllrt 1 ami J r lud ludnnl Ful Fulton l ul ulton ¬
ton W L I White Whie nnd II U 1 Harris Hnrls
They were Joltml JoIIPl by b fol 01 irlnh Ihh and
MrsmLusk Icsrluek and Ollrhrlst Glrhrlat of California Californianml ealtornil
nml nl11 Hon A o riovelnnd Clrllnnll of Nevada NevadaDENVEREXCURSIOH NOlda NOldaDENVER
DENVER DENVEREXCURSIOH DENVEREXCURSIOHCuttle EXCURSIONI EXCURSIONICltt
Cuttle Cltt firrnrrrt rrnlff Convention ConventionThe Cn nn tlun tlunh
The h nio Grande Irnde Western We ter Hallway HallwayAnnounces Hnlway HnlwayAnnounces
Announces rate tte of J1800 80 to Denver nnd nndreturn nndreturn
return on March Iarth Srfl nnd lih open to totho totbe
tho public publl Through trains trlin leave IiI nt
830 a I m 315 p I m and Gnt 320 p m
Through all al trains Bleepcn Ilc pen and tnd Dining Dning Cars Clr on onall ODal
AN IMMENSE IDAHO TIMBER DEAL
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceBoise CorresponencoHolee
Boise March Mlroh 2 2Ono Ono of tho largest largesttimber IlrgeHt IlrgeHttmber
timber tmber deals over evr nmdo ade In tho Stuta Stutawas Slutewos
was opened oonel today by I the filing nUnC on 12000 12000aorw 1200
aorw ot land this thlt being beln the thi first fil filing I ¬
ing on tho tract to finally lnn I Inoluilu Ineludl 43 a aCOO
000 COO ncres ncrel and lnt which hns between bet n COO C
000000 00000 and ald SOOOOOU 00000OOU feet of available availabletimber uvullil uvulliltmber
timber tmber standing Itnndlng upon It I When tha full fullplan CII
plan 1 Is consummated COlsllmnted It I will wi ininn th thInvestment thIlvestl
Investment Ilvestl nt In II tho vicinity Iclnlt of Payetto Payettoof llyelo llyelooC
of some 10le 300000 arid Ind the Installing Ilstllllg und undoperation Iwl Iwloporaton
operation oporaton of largo milling IIUnf plants plnltK at atPuyette atlIete
Puyette lIete Kmmott grmot and Ind Horceshoo Bend BendThe BendTI1
The TI1 firm Irm of Cobban Cobbal Casey CnKe one ole of ofthe oCtho
the best known l < oln of Muntann 1tolllll Is going goingInto
Into 1110 the th lumber business JmShtFI on 01 thu latg latgest Inl Inlest
est scale I nle of any corpurntlmi < OIIItun In II louth loutheln outli outlictn
ctn eln lilaliu at least nnd ld thu thl tilings nllgs made madetoday 11 < 0 010dlY
today 10dlY nro un carnoit elrnost only UII of what In Into htto
to como COIO For ninny UOI years eltl past pastthis IJ811thll
this thll linn Irl hns 111S been leel practically IIudhllly supply supplyIng SUIIIIng
Ing the minus milu of Buttu llUtu wih Mth their thlll tlm tlmbttifl tl tlhllH
bttifl hllH wiling 111g moio mO of this kind 1lnl of nm nmtorlal la latorlnl
torlal than Iln any alY other uni Url linn of that thatcity thatclt
city clt They fc pome pOnl time since Hllce dispose disposeof 1 llolel llolelor
of their thelr9wmlinleoKtH snwmlll Intetoxts them Ihuu1 hunch hunchstill
still sti retaining retalling thei heir timber land HK HKgregntln Hi
gregntln many Iln thousand Bores aOrl8 Fur FurBO I r
BO 8111 Irpltlj 11 IB weeks IIIks i Illst > ast thu tlll Cobban bruthurs bruthurshave blthurHhae
have been PNI In Idaho Illho almost Clmolt continuous continuously contnuo contnuoI ¬
ly I though thoU h their mission mlSMlul wns Wal known to tofew t
few Thoy ho hurt hll timber lands heie heiewhich hee heewhich
which wore wort purthnptd IluIchulrt some years aar ago agoKO 8Uo
KO o when whcl either Ithor of thom made Inde inquiry inquiryns
ns to HUdi luch holdings hol < lns no one thought thoughtanything thouHhtalythllg
anything alythllg more UKUI th n that Ihlt they Ihe umu umuanxious 1lru 1lruanxious
anxious for their holdings hllnJH They The have havehad ha9hnl
had hnl agonts In II the Koctlnns IconR covered with withtimber wih wihtlher
timber tlher for ninny mnl months The result resultof Je ult ultor
of It all ni will wi be tho filing tltS within wlhll sixty sixtydays slxtday
days of some 1 n1e 40000 4000 acrrg aerls of such land landand IlnI IlnIInd
and Ind their acquisition IC1lulsiol by ly the firm firmAll lnn
All 1 the land being taken tnleel Is through throughtimber thlOUKhtmblr
timber tmblr land Ilnd scrip Icrlp vhlrh whlh Is now nol prac practically practcliy ¬
tically tcliy the thl same Hale UI cash The lands landsbeing landsbeing
being taken tnlrel over by IJ the tht firm 111 com commences COl ¬
mences m neel near Smiths SmlhA ferry tery on the Pay Payetto Ia Iaeto ¬
etto eto river rlernlil and extends on up to tha thafamous
famous Camols Payetta pnrete laltes In II the vicinity vicinityof Icnl
of which they have a vast Vlst acreage In a acompact I
compact body boly Conservative Consermlvo estimate estimateplace ellmnttO ellmnttOplace
place the amount of timber tmber at COO000000 COO000000feet Goaoon Goaoontrot
feet but those who have lived In Inthat Inthnt
that section seclon for many man years elrS and who whohave whohI
have hI ve n good Iood knowledge klowlcdgl of the timber timbernay tlmherM
nay M It will wi easily cnsly amount alount to fcOO000000 fcOO000000feot 8000000 I Ieot
feot The lands Innls UPS lps very generally generallyalong generaly I Ialong
along the route of th tht Idaho Northern Northernrailway Northemrtwl
railway rtwl owned ownec by b Colonoy Colono Dewey and andwhich nnl nnlwhich
which will wi be completed c0IIele1 to Emmett Emmet by bythe b bthe
the first Irt of July Ju1 The grading grdlng has hI nil nilbeen al
been IHactcnl practically dons the bridge tim timbers tm tmberl ¬
bers berl for spanning Ipnnulng the I1cte Payctte river rljr In Inthe Inthe
the vicinity of Emmett ymmet have havebeen haveeen
been een prepared In the tie yards of tho road roadnt mll
nt the terminal Nnmpa nmpa so that In the thespring Ihoeprln
spring when tho track shall shal have been beenlaid beenInld
laid so far theso wll wl be bl unloaded unlollled di directly directy ¬
rectly recty from tho cars to the Ihl place need needed ned nedcd
ed and nnt thus tho work pushed The Thebuilding Thbu
building bu ldlng of that railway rnllmy undoubtedly undoubtedlyAGED undoubtedlAGlm >
AGED WOMANWANTS WmIAN WANTS TO DIE DIEPrefers nI nIPrefcls 1 I
Prefers Prefcls Denth Dcntl to a I Lifo in 11 the Poor PoorHouse1 OOI
House1 HOlse
nather than go to the county count Infirm Infirmnry Infrm Infrmnr
nry nr Mrs lrA Sarah Hamilton Homlton an nRcd nRcdwoman nRedwoman
woman tried trletln last t evening to make her herway herf
way f to tho river to drown herself herselfShe herselCShe
She left tho Davis Deaconess homo on onThird onThird
Third South street and started starlet west westShe wostSho
She cot 1ot as far as lS West Temple when whenher whenher
her strength strenltl failed Calcd her and she fell felldown Cel
down In a faint Ilcccntly Mrs Irs Ham Hamllton HamIton
llton Iton was released from the Holy Cross Crosshospital Cros
hospital hosplnl where she underwent an oper operation opernlon ¬
ation nlon nnd ant Is still Itl very weak Olllcer OlllcerWlllnms Otcer OtcerWtlnms
Wlllnms Wtlnms found Count her where the had hadfallen hndtnlen
fallen tnlen nnd With wih the thl assistance n of Patrol PntrolDriver PatrolDriver
Driver Armstrong Armslrong took her back to tho thoDeaconemi
Deaconemi DaCOnCl1 home County rhyslclruj Ihyslciuj
Mayo vnH nH summoned and did tld all al he hecould hecould
could to make tho unfortunate woman womancomfortable womancomfortnble
comfortable She expressed sorrow lorrow at ather athOI
her failure falnro to end hor hlr life lifett lra lra1gLEllON
1gLEllON tt 01 KL 1J MARRIES MARRIESMnbol IARHmS3alel
Mnbol 3alel 0 < Hlto Ilo Woils n Chicago Youth YouthIn
In n Hurry HurryMiss Inlrr InlrrMiss
Miss Mabel Hlte lte otherwise othenlfsl tho Tele Telephone Telephonc ¬
phone Girl Grl was married nt tho Ken Kenyon Ienon
yon on hotel Saturday night to Edward EdwardKills Edarc
mis Kills Hamlln Hamln of Chicago The groom groomIs
Is the son of a I millionaire milonaire nnd Is II one oneof on
of tho swells swels of the Windy WlnC City Cl Ho Hollrst noIrst
llrst Irst raw Fa I Miss ls1 Hlto Hto In Denver Deltr about aboutn
n week ago nt a performance p of tha thaTelephone thoTlollhone
Telephone airlln which she Is known knownas
as Kstollo I stole Hnmlln IlmBn was InfnUmtoI nt ntonce ntonce
once nnd cnme with wlh the younR lady lad to toSalt toSal
Salt Sal Lake alI Ho 10 presented IlfSentll1 her with withbonnets withbOlnetA
bonnets bOlnetA presents res lta and money 1 on C every eer few fewminutes tewmInutes
minutes In the day dn and at last the be bewitching bewiching
witching wiching little Itlo soubretto soubrelo succumbed to toIt toI
It I all ni and ald became beelmo a bride Irlde She went wenton welt
on the stage Saturday Satnrdl evening ns usual usualnnd usulnnd
nnd her husband occupied a n sent sea on the thefront thetront
front row rowMips ro roM
Mips M 1 Mntnlln IInln will wi remain with the thecompany thecompany
company until ulII tho thl season closes c SOI nnd nndMr nnllMr
Mr Hnmlln Inmln will wi remain rcmlln with wih lils wife wifeThe wlc wlcThe
The company has his Kono 1010 to the const constWhile COllt
While Whie hero tho young OUnl man Inn lot slip slp scv scvernl 81
ernl erl words WOlts that revealed revealel the thi fact that thatho ththe
ho has In his day submitted sUbmited several severalpropositions
propositions r0108111nl similar slllnr to tho one on acceded accededto
to by b Miss Hlte Ite and they the were not all allturned al
turned tured down lon either eitherIXKOKMATIOX eiher eiherl
IXKOKMATIOX l FOmlIJ WAXTKI WAXTKIMrs W I1n I1nMr
Mrs Mr Eva Cole of Oral Orl Mich lch would wouldlike wouldIle
like Ile to know the whereabouts of her hercousin he
cousin n Mr r Cooper Coop r who came to Utah Utahnbout Utahnbout
nbout nineteen years ears ago from Oral OralMich 0111 0111Uch
Mich nnd who Is II supposed suppoeec to have havemarried hl8 hl8mnrrlrel
married n girl by the sumo fl name namePROUIiEM namePHOBIJI
PROUIiEM I IJONKRONTS CO FIWNTS THEM THEMSchool lI I ISchool
School Hoard SIM StI Trying II to Klnil Flll Wny WnyOut WII WIIil
Out il of Difllctilly Hlcnlj
The board of education Ilucatlon In II dealing dealingwith Ilenll
with wih the problem of keeping tha thaschools th thdlooll
schools open the thl full lul year rer will wi endeavor endeavorIn
In the event of having haln to close eopo the theschools thefehoola
schools fehoola befdre beC re the thl year Mr ends el19 to protect protectthe
the High 1Sh school schOl from the demoralizing demoralizingeffect cemorlzlng cemorlzlngetet
effect etet Tho fourth year Qlr clans In 11 the theHigh theHgh
High Hgh school 1chool nnd the eighth grade Irde In
the grade gndo schools Ichools will wi bo kept running
In order orter to not 10t disturb dl lurb tho process Ilrotls of ofentrance oreltran
entrance eltran Into and graduation grnluaton out of oftho ortho
tho High Hgh school The ht grndc grde teachers teacherswill Icachenwi
will wi bo discharged dllehl6d and the principals principalsof plncillab plncillaboC
of the different dlter nt schools Ihooll will wil bo required requiredto I Ito
to carry on the Instruction Inslructon of the theeighth theechlh
eighth grade The principals con contracts contrlltl ¬
tracts trlltl rend for the thl full ul nine months monthsnnd mnthsalil
nnd alil have hle no emergency rmrJene clause clttee permit permitting permi ¬
ting tng the school board bar to terminate tcrnlnnte their theircontract theIroltmct
contract oltmct on thirty thlrl days dlI notice notco as IS Is Isthe I
the case with wih the grade rale teachers teachersELEVEN tMoher tMohermllWEN
ELEVEN NEW Nf W CASES CASESThat CASESTat
That Tat Number Xumllr Dovelopctl DlwloJtl During DIIIIJ Lnst LnstTwo Jnst1wo
Two 1wo Pnys PnysEleven lnR lnRmenn
Eleven new leI owes C e of smallpox smllpox have havedeveloped hn hndeeloped
developed during urln Saturday 8lturdl nnd nnt yester yesterday tRtel ¬
day ta They nro ns follows tolowl Two Tlo of ofthe o othe
the victims Iclms reside nt 731 1311 Kast 3t Eleventh EleventhSouth ElevenlhSouth
South street Itreel They nrc nr Oluf rirson rirsonand fmon fmonand
and Anna M Larson lAron Harold Hrnthav Hrnthavngcd Hcmhlw Hcmhlwnged
ngcd 21 yearsllvln earlln at 72 1 south louth Eighth EighthWest EI bth bthWet
West Wet street nnd tnll a I Jyearold 3earoI1 child of ofHyrum otJynm
Hyrum Jynm Sorcneon Sornson at 3 34 < T cast Second SecondSiuth SecondRluth
Siuth Rluth street Ernest lret Henshaw ngod a od 21 1
648 5 west Sixth South street John JohnCavanaugh JohnCaanugh
Cavanaugh Caanugh aged a M 2 104 weit ut South
Temple Tmpo street Baby Dab LlnnellagoI LlnnellagoIsouth LlnnelIwl C CCH
CH south louthNlnth Ninth East Ent gtrcetj Itretl Claa CI
had hnl a I great deal to do with wih the coming comingof eomlf
of these thest paoplu IHlflu Into that thlt section sectionThis Reetol
This hl ontoiprise ontolprlsl besides taking tlklng over a agreat a a1ut
great 1ut quantity quantl of IC tho most mul excellent excellenttimber exeelent exeelentIlnlel
timber Ilnlel every cor foot of which U available availablealso Ilvnlllblf
also 110 menus the starting stnrtng up of 0 nt least leastthree IOlst IOlstthre
three thre sa wllle mills They The will 11 almost all0st Immo ImmoOlatcly tllt tllttlntely
Olatcly tlntely inntul InNt11 n mill 111 at 1ayettu Iaoll of en enparity CI CIJIIIt
parity JIIIt of 100000 10000 feet per day da A smaller smallerplant smnler smnlerIJIInt
plant IJIInt will wl later bo Installed Ilstulo < at lt Rm Rmmutt Emmot
mutt mot another nt It Horseshoo loreahou llend lone and andIt
It IH H probable others nt convenient convenientplaces convoliont convoliontIIIQCcs
places They hopo to t have hl all 11 tlicne thelc en enterprises 01 ¬
terprises In full tll operation oPOrtol within wihin an another ni niother ¬
other year at The Illlngw In1 on 01 tho lands landswill Inndawi
will wi havo been Iell completed completlll within the thecoming thocomlni
coming comlni sixty Ilxty day IIIYI though the company companywill Jomplny JomplnywlllCer
will wlllCer after that tlt ItO on oi buylmt UP 111 timber timberlands tmber tmberlancs
lands lancs ns fast Clst as possible but the 40000 40000acres 40000Icres
acres Icres montltmod llltunod l 1111 all that linn hll been I nb nbsolutfly nbsolllll
solutfly solllll determined Il0tItllCd upon at this time timeThe tme
The 111 necessities neCllslel of the company compo I will willnlso 1
nlso compel mJpel the cleaning cennlng of the rnycttc rnycttcriver Payelteriver
river which hllh Is II not 10t now 101 in II shape for or the thelloatlnu theI
lloatlnu 1101 tng of logH from tho place oC cut cutting cu t ttlg ¬
I ting tlg to the mills mils This lhls woik wOII Is II oitl oitlinntfd Olt
inntfd Intrt to cost between hetwtPI J10000 nnd 20 20OOfl 0
OOfl 00 and wll wl almost nllosl immediately Ilmedlalely begin beginThe hriin hriinhe
The he cobbln blll taooy Caso company comllnl Is com composed eOI
posed po of n number lumor of the most 10st strong strongmen stronsmen
men 1 of Slorttuna 110ltot In II a I flnnnrlal 111I II I way wayfloors WO WOrOIHf
floors rOIHf H T CaFe ono oi member of the thetlnn Ihetlrm
tlnn Is the owner of the Ihl larwst IIWlt ore oreDnpll ir iroampllng
oampllng Dnpll tl wnrku nkM In II llutte UUtl and ani It I Is IIaltl IIaltlhe nala nalahe
he will lllnttrlt lnt r t hlmsolf hlnolf In mining mllllg In Il this thisfltntcl thl8ftRtll
fltntcl ftRtll He le wac a the manager Ilnagor of Senator Senatorfmrks Sealor Sealorjars
Cor the theUnited theUnlll
fmrks jars siiorissful Ilrr ful campaignfor lllplln
United Unlll Hint AtatI Senate S natf and besldas lJosJde his hisIndividual hisInllhlunl
Individual Inllhlunl means 1 lns he h has a the bncklna bncklnaof
who know tho thofirm thofrm
of largo 18Re capital luplul Those knol
firm frm tate It Is one of the bent be t In tho thoSlnt thoHlnt
Slnt < < of Hontnnn That they have do dotermlned dotermlne1
termlned on coming Irl Into Idnho to op opcrute opemtc
crute moans n great grct deal to the timber timberaixl tlmlleralI
aixl alI mining Ilnll Interests InterestsThe Intresll
The rhe new nc firm frm proposes to make mal n nmarket narklt
market arklt for lt l timber In Idaho Utah Utahnnd ulh ulhnnd
nnd Wyoming Wyomlnr Most 110lt of the timber tmbr for fortho forthe
the lattor lal r State StiiI nnd much luth for Utah Is Istaken Istlltln
taken tlltln from CIO the Hitter Bi tel Hoot valley nley nnd nndthe ant
the railway rlwn facilities faciites In this section sectionmake sOCIOI
tll
make certain the feasibility CeslbllY of timber timbershipments tmber tmberIhlpments
shipments Ihlpments from tho vicinity of Payetto Payettoto
to Wyoming points nt much mich les cost costMr costMr
Mr Cobban states he has Investigated Investigatedthis Inlestgltell Inlestgltellthin
this phase plHe of the matter mnter and sees e s every everyopportunity everyollportunlty
opportunity for excellent oxcelent market for fortheir tr trthelltmber
their thelltmber timber The enterprises enterprlec thus now nowb no nolugun
b lugun < > iun nro frl launched at a 1 tlmo tme when In Investment tnI ¬
vestment I tment 1ms hls Just commenced cOrnlnc l1 ranching ranchingout Jenchlnl
out to Idaho Tdlho and the first frst Montnnnna Montnnnnato MonlnlUH
to come llO In ore among nmoll the most wealthy wealthyTho wcalhy wcalhyTho
Tho first step In these plans pllns but I tout toutlnes out outlines ¬
lines lnes the largo projects ploJlela which the firm firmhas frm frmhaR
has In contemplation llelplltol Imiulry Illulry nmong nmongthose amon
those well verwd ver ll wih with conditions comltons along alongthe Ilnng IlnngIw
wel
the Iw 1nyctte Iaote rtvor discloses dllclolll the fact that thatIt thlt thltIt
It Is ono of the Ihl most 081 feasible enterprises enterprisespossible enttrprles enttrprlespOlslblo
possible pOlslblo and ad thnt Its Itt contemplation contemllntun 1ms 1msbeen hnMblcn
been In mind lnll coma SOIO time tirl but until unll tho thoMontana th thIontana
Montana people arrived arrhe1 fllclent mtndcnt cap capital capIal ¬
ital Ial could not 10t be Interested Ilterested to carry cnrf It Itthrough Itthrough
through In II conversation convlrsnton with wih Mr Cob Cobban Cobhnn ¬
ban some sOn days dls ngo It I was learned IcnlnCl that thatIlls thnthl
Ills hl form proposes the Investment of at atleast 4tleast
least J300000 J300000Finch 30000
Finch ngcd IIC 43 28 south Iouth Eighth gust Eustctreet
ctreet etleot J Hosier aged 38 Mrs hs Hosier Hosierngod loaler loalernHod
ngod 30 7SO south Sixth West street streetDue slret slretDue
Due aged 15 210 south Stato Statostreet Slatostreel
street streetThe streellhe
The lhe following Colowllg cases were reported to
tho thl State Hoard BoaId One case from Ster Sterling SierInl ¬
ling Inl two fiom Eureka and nld Dr Phillips Phillipsreports Philps PhilpsrOllortH
reports from Lutltla Jelta that two cases CaRlS of ofsmallpox oCslnllox
smallpox slnllox there havo hlo developed Into the thedangerous thedanJroll
dangerous danJroll confluent conOlent form formRecently formHecenty
Recently Hecenty tho attendants uleldants at It the Isola Isolation IsolatOI ¬
tion tOI hospital hosllnl threatened thrca tened to go on a astrike I
strike for higher pay IJa but wore entirely entirelyrelieved enlrely enlrelyreieYId
relieved reieYId by I a new force nnd nnl now 101 mat matters ma ¬
ters ter out ut there nro moving along smooth smoothly smoothI ¬
ly I Heretofore Icretororo five persons were cm cmployed emplocd
ployed to look after nCer about thirty thlrl pa patients pntlentl ¬
tients tlentl but now three thre do 10 the work the tholatter theIIter
latter IIter however call eal upon those of tho thopatients IhoIIntent9
patients IIntent9 who arc nble nUe to assist In II the thelabor tholabor
labor which relieves releves the strain con conBlti consl1
Blti sl1 ° rnhlv rnhlvcral rnhlvwerlnlonmous
werlnlonmous cral anonymous communications communicationsmaking eommunlcntons eommunlcntonsmaldng
making charges of violations lolnton8 of auaran auarantlno quarantin
tlno tin regulations rogulatons have hn VI been received by byt
I > t onrd of health which has had hld the theeffect tie tieeteet
effect eteet of annoyance nl1alCo J to some extent extentKVU extent11e
KVU > VVNAV > U < WVA < NA > n VM yVVU yVVUAMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSThe
The Qrau Opera company opens Its Itsweeks Is Isweeks
weeks engagement engnsellelt nt the New Grand Grandthis Grnd Grndthis
this evening oenllg In Kl I I Capltan Cnplln The Thepiece TheIlleee
piece will 1 run rln untlll untl Wednesday night nightexcpt nightexclt
excpt exclt ns to Wednesday Wednesll afternoon nCernoon when whenPinafore whenPlnntore
Pinafore and Cavallerla Clvllerln nustlcana nustlcanawill nustcana nustcanawl
will be nandwlched In the
wl for matinee matineeperformance mntnee mntneeperCormanee
performance Mr OraU says that his hiscompany hIl
company COljUn will wlmako makg tie best appearance appearancethis IPlllarnlce IPlllarnlcethis
this time lme It has over done n Salt Sal Lake LakeTlio Lakcfhp
Tlio Grand stage Itace has been cletfed for foraction toraton
action aton and Grau Oru scenery scemer has taken tken the thoplace the111nce
place of regular house property propertyA
A large advance sale for Eugenie EugenieHlnlr llenle llenleBtlr
Hlnlr Btlr who comes to the Salt Lake The Theater Thentcr ¬
ater In tho principal rolo of A Lady Ladyof Lnty LntyoC
of Quality Qlalt has been een surprisingly aurplslngly to totho totho
tho management manasclent and pleasingly Illeslngly large largeTho Iltge IltgeThe
The explanation explnnlton seems to be that thu thupublic thoPlhlo
public Plhlo Is anxious alxlolato to get that which It Itlost I
lost last Ilst year ear when Miss Dlalr Dllr and her hercompany hercompan
company wcro sidetracked fldetracked nnd Inll Salt SaltLake Sllt
Lake 110 left out of her Itlnary ItlnaryProf lUnary1ror
Prof 1ror Stephens announced todny todn that thatthe thatthe
the pale ale of seats for tho appearance Illpearnce of ofthe atth
the th Scmbrlch Sllbrlch Opera Oller company olilany at tho thoTabernacle thoTnherncle
Tabernacle Tnherncle would wOII1 commence cOlm nce nt Daynes Daynesmusic Dlynes Dlynesmusic
music store on Thursday ThursdlY next nextVARIOUS nextVAIUOUS
VARIOUS COURT CASES CASESJudge CASESJUIlge
Judge Morse rorlo Saturday Slturday afternoon afternoongranted nternoon nternoonsrnnted
granted Aaron Iron Koyser a 0 judgment judgmentagainst jud lent lentagainst
against John W Lowell 1101 ct e al for 19
00013 with wih costs nnd nnt Interest at 18 per percom percont
com per annum from rom January Janun 19th
The present notion ncton was WIS begun about six sixwieks sixw
wieks w > ks ago IlO to revive an old Judgment of
2121 U 4 alleged alesed to be due on a promissory promissorynote promlRsorynto
note nto Mr Ir Unveil Iwfl for a number of years yearswas Qar QarWI
was WI n prominent Implement dealer In Inthis InthIs
this city llty but blt of late years yearl has hal resided
In II Colorado recently reconty retiring retrlng from the theaudltorshlp the1I110rllp
audltorshlp 1I110rllp of that State StateThe StnteTh
The Th wilt 1 of William Wilam Buttle Dlttl deceased Ioceasod
has been I < n filed In the probate division of
the district court cur rind Ind Arnold rnoM G Glarjuo Oaque
nnd William Wllal Buttle Jul appointed executors executorswithout executorswlholt
without wlholt bonds The ThE petition petilon for the pro
bnte of the will wi stts up that tho proper
ty Is II valued ailcd nt J17140 110 of which amount
J7HO 710 l Is personal pcrlonl property proplrty Tho ho testa ¬
tor dies die In this city l1 nn 01 February l ehrunr 10th 10 h
lost lIst nnd lcnvps lea n wife nnd five adult adultchildren
children chidren ns al his heirs heir The widow Itul Is to toreceive tor
receive r ehe tho whole of tho estates Income
till t1 her hlr death when wllln the property will
wl
be divided dlllled equally elualy among a man the children childrenA chidren chidrenA
A citation cllton was Saturdaynftcrnoon BaturdanCernoon Is Issued hlued
sued lued by b Judgo Hall HII to bo served ered upon
tpon
William Wllum B I Gordon requiring requlrllg him to tocome tocome
come Into court nnd show
curt cause why h ho hoshould hoRhould
should not be punished for contempt
In not obeying tho thl courts order of Mny In
lost wherein ho was W8 directed to pny his hil
PJ
wife wlc Mary K I Gordon JJ5 5 per month ns
temporary terlornry alimony 11 1 on the sum of J50 50 for
attorneys ntoncs fees nnd J25 5 court oxpenes oxpenespending expenespending
pending the trial of a divorce suit be ¬
tween t Qn the parties partieslti parle
lti 1 < mrl arLI tl < t Cum r lliruintl Iltun tln tlnThe in inThe
The The editor tlltor of the Vindicator hns hia ha1
occasion to tc I < t tho efllcacy Ifcney of Cham ¬
berlains herlalll Pain Balm 1alln twice with the th thmOlt
most remarkable results resuls In each cnse
First 1 llt ulth wih rheumatism In the shoulder Clle
from which hlh he suffered Butered excruciating
pain ain for ten days tn which was cxcrcltnl relieved relievedwith
releved relevedwih
with wih two applications appllaton of Pain Balm Balmrubbing 1alm 1almrubbing
rubbing the parts pats mulcted attctet and tnd ro lltlnc
Instant InltJnt beleO benefit nnd nd entire entr relief re1eC rpltln in a avery
very ory short hart time Second In rheuma rheuml I
tlsm mln In thigh joint almost prostrating
him with severe sterl pxln plln which prlratng wns WII re roole1 ¬
lieved le1 by h two applications Ipplaton rubbing rbbing with
tho thl liniment Inlmlnt on retiring retring at night and andgetting Id Idcettn
getting cettn up tteo from rain
31 rrll lD Xr W Rj 11 11No =
No NoOrs w vw vwDrs
Ors Shores sat Lakes Popular Catarrh
Salt and ON
Specialists Specalsts are e compeled compelled by xbiir Chronic Disease DiseaseSpecalsts
Catarrhal Victims another publc reqUest to °
Vitims chance to Sre tJ grant grantcured
cured c red at thelowrate theiIow n ate of u 300 a month secure treatment t unti until untili al
he low tal Ih Dfld n 0
0 mp
lh 10 00 e k tIl tme 1 nar r Ihe Uk wM 1
Oo m hl oter to dlse Irl RhIes U Uhe
rol Wer
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tnted Jt I g lTl1H co I WK to sll ly IWalj b bOo 111 111lh
wHm 10C i i > u Tin w > vuui m i ir r IIHNI t I n
lite or thllr r Hiiraihgw I u tlut tll t th 1111 r11ERr Or m ran 1 T
tie Feb CIO CIOtnted
1lIIIUlu dtao
I Il
onCln to cxiiul vim the uiv oterfHQthOr month 281h aion TOOETIEI In InwHm
ortr ultriiOtJI nnQtnor r louth D Bhol wire Wer acti acti330oiA nClualy nnd ah
330oiA 300 A MONTH UNTIL APRIL IST3oo IST3ootho leral1 leral1lite
DI 8hols 111 Yl t tho I Inflt I st time tiOI to ths thsMON dpllnd
I 1 0 IWJltJ MON MONApril ald hl the afr to Ihe
lll IOTI IF tbe eted
thl Int 10nthtITIi rlh I April AprilWHATIDRS 1 I H 11AHJ PtlUI lr and 10nih fto lOt lOtDI
ON II Etll II 41 dela tblM
MONTH CNCI i I hIIA TE TON TUEATMENT th h YO Ut Im 1101 b bI 0 0thl
Un JIEICINHS ron U A AON
WHATIDRS WHATK s SHORES 300 RATE ATE MEANS
y yI
I meala that I yoU Jr I IT
01 r1 IIIH 111 n TH 00
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olnul Illtb nm 1 tl mOnb car nt rlS rlSCNrMUU
trealment
1 tI
rld IM alpieUYry month nnd medl medlBASg
JEON trotmlnt lurlnj unll prmanenly cUd
Evon should Mtrl tu IIYom
U bl r nt 11 to hllI Io or Ilor at th dle IU IUolnul
ono 10 Itrlnss to DONT nrlon to this OHmT prkl Ct to t I 11 TI18 I oo III lmyQ 11 bl IOISIl tile bi Vj tOl FlrW l Y YOI 1 lonlh 18T m CHAXCE lcln l trealmtlt abve and advic enumfralo tr Thero cover nr absolulIly absolulIlyono Ihem 11 11Evon
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DRS SHORES NEW INSTRUMENT INSTRUMENTThis
This Is ono of the modern lodern Instruments used by 1 Dr nrl Shores Shores to tocarry tocnrry
carry their mcdlcnted and healing healng oils olR to the Noge Throat TIIOI Ku fuIlchlan fuIlchlanrubes tnchl n nTubes
Tubes and Lungs curing Catarrh Catarh I Deafness Asthmu Asthll and IUDR Iuc Dls DIBl a w wCOSII2
COSII2 ond ald try this new nel invention InmUonFHPE PURR nnd nnl cot cured for All Al
treatment and profeislonnl mice furnlshetl Curlshed free Ringing In the Uorj UorjSpasms u uSpasms
Spasms of Asthma Hay Jn Fever andC6mmon an C nlnon Cold nro Iro many times tmes cured curt In Inone Inone
one treatment treatmentIt trentnent trentnentllt
llt It Sooths if If Heals HIt It Cures CuresTheso
These arc the expressions htard heai4 ninny tnnn Minos n day dn In Dnt DJ Shorw Shor jwr jwrlors 111
lors from people who havo UstedVpther testetn ther treatmonts trotlontN wltliout wihout benefit btnln and nd nnd nndIn nnt
In Drs Shores new treatment Instant t nt rell rele f from Catarrh Dafnes Deatne Asth Asthma Aethma
ma nnd Lung Diseases Dlsenles The patient Jtert drinks Into the air ixwwgtj j1S8IU these thesehealing thesehelng
healing helng balms nnd nnt soothing olli 011 rOflDhlng Qthlnl every ever part rlrt of tho mucoua IUoUI memo membrane memobrane
brane of the nose throat eusUchjnn tustc l n tubes nnd Junes llko Iko heallns helJnl salve 81 en o osore asore
sore No cuttlnff cutlnl no cauterltlngno cRul rlzlnl rroblnK with wih dirty 1lrt Instruments InsttUMntl but by byDrs byDrs
Drs Shores DinECT DnECT CONTACT CONT C METHOD ITlOD with wih Drs Dls Shores modern In Instrumcnts Instrulents
strumcnts strulents tho mfdlcated oils 015 mcft rac tho sore spots nnd hwil h al are carried rrrle Into Intothe Intothe
the eustnchlan tubes tuwI and the thE LOST LOSTHEAHNO HDAIUXa IS 1UJSTOKUD TO THC
DEAF The suITorers sutlrers from lung diseases dlsel9 s brcnthe Into their lungg the th thSOOTHINO c
SOOTHING OILS OIH and Inll soreness disappears 1 IPPlur and In many ia I socalled 8 e htlplon htlploncnsea heJIJIsenses
cnsea A cum KRSULTS The spasms of Asthma nre nr IIKIIEVKD IN ONK
TUBATM13NT TnEAl mNT All Al mall possible I10sibll with Hh Dra Dls Shores new and 111 wonderful WOldertul In Instrument Inatrumeut
strument for this class chfs of ailments ailmentsALL alments almentsALL
ALL DISEASES DISEASESDrs
Drs Shores not only cure Catarrh Catarh but they Ihe cure Nervous Dtouti mlul KIJ KIJney 1ldne
ney ne Diseases Dseuse Bladder lndter Troubles Troublf Heart Disease lseae Disease of the Stomach and
Dowels JOWr18 Pllos llc Fistula and Itectal Hela I Diseases Female Flllle Complaint Onlllalntl Dttmses Dtle of
Women nnd Children Chidren Nickels Spltml Splnll Troubles Skin Skil Digeasw 111 Deafness
lICne lICnesthrnn
Asthma Bronchial Tronchlnl nnd Ind Lung Trpublos Tr9ublC Consumption ConumjJtol In n tbe flrsi Jri Itae tap
Ovarian Diseases Deeasos Sciatica Sciatc Illwuma Ihelm tlm lam Hny Fever Neuralgia Null la Hysteria
Eye and ant Ear J nr Diseases Cloltre or Big Dg Neck La Ia OrlppeIoit Orlppot Manhood Ianhod Blood Wod
Diseases Scrofula and all forms of Nervous and
curable curableDltS rW rWDns ni ant Chronic DliMset Dse that ai aicurable Ile IlerW
DltS SHORES TAKE NO INCURABLE INCURA1M CASKS S DIsMSM DlsM that have
baffled blmed tho skill kl of other Doctors and Specialists Spcclalsts nnd Ind stubbornly Rtulbrlly refused to toyield toylelll
rluH
yield to tho ordinal odhlal methods of treatment tr In most ost cuse eusl are ar quickly subdued subduednnd subue
nnd ndmnsteret mastered by b these noted doctors detors Prices IrlelR nnd terms terl within wihin the th reach rch of ofall oCni
all ni Everybody l rboh who has a 1 symptmn l of dlneas IIHena should call ell and nd consult cllmit these thesenoted tbue10tol
noted 10tol Specialists SpecIalsts free CONSULTATION CONSUTON AND EXAMINATION EXAINNrION PIIKB PIIKBwhether mmwhethor
whether you OU take treatment tretment or notfor Dot to r any disease dleeGle dleeGlej
j
300 a Month by Mail MailNo Mail
No one on need bo deprived tlpreo of the th advantages nd lnto es of this SPECIAL Sll CrA OFFKIl be because becluse
cause cluse of living JI away nwn from theOltr th Cltr W1UTE JUTE DHS SHOIIHS SnOIES AT ONCK If you youcannot Ul
cannot call FOB THEm NEW SYMPTOM
cal LIST AND QUESTION QUI
STlN STlN1ANIS
BLANKS 1ANIS anil In < take advantage ndvunlae of DrsShore SPECIAL SIEel OKFKK OIlEI DUniNO DUniNOXInrch DUnNO DUnNOMatch
Match TO CURE CATAIUtlt AND
CATAlln ALL Ii CATAUIIHAL CATAHm CHHON10 rlt w DIS DS
EASE FOU THE LOW FBI OPIt 01 I A MONTH NO OTHER OTIEI CHAHGII CTGI OH
EXPENSE N8E ALL MEDKINKS HIKE Fm E
XII mD1INfS Thl special sl dal offer nr r goes 10 Into effect Ittt
AT A ONCE nnd holds good goot to ALL WHO APPLY IPLY THIS T1S MONTH IONTI CALL OH
on WHITE NOT CONSULTATIONFREE CONSUTATION rIE WJIETHEU WIETmn YOU 101 TAKE TREATMENT TIEATENT
Office Off Ice Hours H ours IAIfeiiir nAIr BImr H nT 1n n 1 7tollclk 7tollclkSV
SV D rs 10 1 am amEXPERT to 1001 1001Drs
Drs Shores Shores ShoresEXPERT
EXPERT SPECIALISTS SPECIALISTSHARMON
HARMON BLOCK BLOCKEntrance SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Entrance Room 210 34 East Second South St
Joseph E Taylor TaylorPIONEER
PIONEER UNDERTAKER UNDERTAKERUltb
Ot ° Ultb Open dty and nd nlfht lfrbt F rlwJ K Kpa
aDd pa WUrml t room No 0 CJJ i C flnt Bdulh 8 1
block loka n of Tb Tbotar ur 1 i
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DANGERSIGNALS DANGERSIGNALSany DANGER SIGNA LS LSJ
J any nlY of thM3danm theea
dllger signal rgnl nt ft your
eS o me and
ore Dr
consult Shore u ud
on
nnd be
CUfed Cor the lol Ct tC
n ronlh
0 edlcln s and d treat
a nnt t once furnished free to all 01 Who ho apply applyTliroai
he 11 Inll Tliroai TliroaiThli IOAI IOAIThla
Thli form of Catarrh Catnrh li I most mo t com
m <
mmutlng
monrtultng from neglected cold
lulcklv cured with wih llttlo Ilto coat cst by Dn
hhorea Short famous treatment tratmen
I b Our
nosa stopped aloppet up
Does Doe your OUr nose discharge
Is I tha now no sow nnd Ind tender
Is I there palri aln In front of head
Do you OU hawk to clear the threat <
I 1 your our throat thrat dry In the morning
Do 10 you OU sleep with wih your mouth
open7 open7You open openrou
You can be easily ensly cured nowdont
lot It run rn Into complications complicationsThe eomplcntons eomplcntonsho
The ho llroucliUl Irolclllal T Tlbu TlbuWhen bt btWhen
When Catarrh Ctlrrh of the head hpnd or throat
Is neglected nglete or wrongfully wrongCUly treated It Itextends Itexende
extends exende down the windpipe Into Int tho
bronchial brnchial tubes tub s and after awhile nwhle at
tacks Ilks the lun lunB n Quickly cured with wih
little ltte cost cst by Drs Dr Shores famous
treatment treatmentHave trealment1a0
Have 1a0 you OU a cough coughlDo J JDo
Do you take cold easily eaiy
Have lnve you OU pain In the iWe Ile
Do you ou ralie frothy materials materialsDo maieraid maieraidDo
Do you OU spit spi up lp little lte cheesy chees lumps lumpsDo IUlplf
er Do you OU feel you are growing gowlnr weak weaker ¬
Dont risk neglecting neglectng thesa warnings warningsstop warnlng
lungs stop the dlseajo Ieeno before bem It I reaches reches tho tholungs thl
or lie linn linnCatarrh UerCatarrh
Catarrh eitendj elend from rom the throat throatalong throalnlong
along tho eustachlan eustchia tubes tube Into Intotha II to totho
tha cars ear causing partial artal or com complete COl
plete deofnesn teatnm Quickly QuickY cured with wih lit littie lt ltte
tie cost Dn Dr Shores famous
ment mentIs te by Shor Caous treat treatment treatment ¬
mentI Is I your our hearing talnl alllngl alllnglDo
Do your tars rfa discharge dischargela dischage I Ithe
la the wax dry dll in your our ears earsDo earaDo
Do you OU hear better some days IliaD IliaDolhers tun tunothers
others othersIs
Is your hearing h arlDr worse when you youhave yOlha1
have a cold coldDont colafDont
Dont neglect thli cMII your hearla hearlaIs
Is I Irreparably destroyed Dn Shores Shorescan Shorecan
can cure you ou
Kldutr Ulifiia Ulifiiamulls IIIUlllt5ult
mulls In two wart by taking cold and andby anJby
by overworking the kidneys In separ separating ep1rntlng ¬
ating from the Ih blood the Catarrhal Catarrhalpoisons Catarrhal110180nl
poisons which affect fill organs organsQuick1 organQulckt
Quick1 cured with little cost bv Drs DrsShores DI1Shores
Shores famous treatment treatmentDo
Do your our handi and feet swell swellIs Iwel7ls
Is It noticed more at nlghtt nlghttIs
Is there pain In mal if bark barkHas
Has the perforation a bad odor odorIs odorIs
Is there putllntsi under the eyes eyesDo yesDo
Do you OU hive to get up often at atIs litnlJht
nlJht nlJhtIs Is there a depoilt In urine U left leftHanding Idttantllng
Handing HandingDont
Dont neglect these signs and rlw rlwmight r II Ie Ienrhht
might Disease D eal killing you ou Cure it itnow Itno
now nowThe no
lIffr JllltIt JllltItThe
The liver Is affected by Catarrhal Catarrhalpoisons
poisons extending from the itoijiarh itoijiarhInto
Into the ducti of the H r Quickly Quicklycured
cured with llttls coit by Dn Shorn Shornfamous
famous treatment treatmentDo
Do you get J f
Have you cold feetj
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