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Reasons Why Certain Teachers Arc ArcBeing ArcBeing AroBeing
Being Retired From Schools SchoolsTHE SchoolslJl Schools1TIlE
i t IVreIstIl
Iretlitdil Jr ItrJlI Nruinnii WlIIrluI NujMlin S ill ho readier TcnclicrWill rclldICIII readiertin
Will III NOI nt lie Permitted to Hun Huni JlIIUIhe him himSdsuoI
i the School Schllolllllllrd SchllolllllllrdTh lluiirdi lluiirdiTht IkiardFh
Tht Th Fh committee on teachers and andschool nnllschool nrnlcItOt
school work of the board of O education educationheld dticfltI011held
held mwtlwf hut night The prin principal prtncl11lt pi1nol1 ¬
cipal Inwlnew 1JU1ln l coneldewl wa w 1 the con controwiy CalltrQIr vontrQv
trowiy trQv rNy between lJt n Samuel mnue1 Doxey prln prlncipnl prlnjlml iirInof
cipnl ot the Hamilton school nnd UfldJ gome gomeof 10lnelit
of the young lady teachers of that thatschool thatt thatChooL
J school t hOOI The disturbance let the com committee comartll comthttee ¬
mittee artll Into an 11 liivestlstyl01 of the theWCrk th thWOrk theOrk
WOrk Ork of the young oun ludle and the lesult lesulthoi IlIlultluI reuIthtm
hoi not been veiy favorable to the thelatter1 thelaltlr the1atte
latter1 Two of the members ot the thecommittee thec thecOflnlttee
committee c nllnltte stilted today thnt they theyirnrnwndIng were wereiMommendlnff erl erlI
I iMommendlnff lto < the roleaw of some ot of1h ottht otth
1h tht teacher becauee flf f their Incapa Incapacity htcupacity Ieaptcity ¬
city tor tho work required ot them themnlio themn1o
nlio that their tholnJJ discipline clllllne wn IIK very ver lax laxThat laxIhnt
4 That wan tho express i canon the com commlttM comInltt coninIttee
mlttM Inltt j had fcr r the recommendations of ofdlfmfsaal of1ill ofllflral
dlfmfsaal 1ill that It will make ma e It wan Im Implied 1mlIT lmfliIe ¬
plied lIT cd by bYKolno Home one of the members of the theboard thoIJOillil theboard
board hover that the attitude of ofthose attbO ofthose
those tbO yotin 01111 adl ladles 8 toward the board boarduna hoardun
una un the light manner In which they theytreated theytr theytreated
treated tr < ted the action of the committee committeedid I
did not help Iw out their cane very much muchJlio muchJ10 much1t30
Jlio younp ounl OUfl ladles who ho have fallen un under unlIer untier ¬
tier the ban an the Ml Mlsle sues Louise liar Harrison Hnrrl1l0n liarrfeon ¬
rison and Treljah 15 Logan of the theHamilton thEJlnlnlltllll theHamilton
Hamilton Trtllah and lint Min 1I1i Leah H Arnold Arnoldof
of the Sunnier SU1II 1 who wan transferred transferredfrom
from the Hamilton last year yearPresident yearPreeldent eur eurIrt
President Irt ldont Newman mated today tOOII that thatIt
It was not because of their opposition oppositionto
to Mr Doxey that these young ladles ladleswere Indieswere lallieswere
were being released or that a recom recommendation recomlI reconiinndation ¬
mendation lI ndatlon for or such was going to be bemade bemnde bemade
made Hut It Is because of their In InHubordlnatlon InKubordlnutlon inaubordinatlOn
Hubordlnatlon and Incapacity The Theuphuol fhea lheschool
school a hu1 board does not propose > to be becontrolled becOlltrolled becontrolled
controlled by b the teachera teacheraIt
It Is well understood that Superin Superintendent Buperlntendent Suiorlntendent ¬
tendent Cooper has worked assiduously IIsslduouslto nssiduotl3lyto
to get Mr h Doxny out of the school and andIt ant antIt andIt
It Is quite likely that the young ladloshae iadIohave liulloa liulloaliavt1
have taken sumo license from hUt ac actions actlons actlone ¬
tions It Is adlrmed by Jy a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee however that In nil of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Important dldlcultles that have havearisen hnvearlcn havearIea
arisen In the Hamilton school Mr MrDoxey MrDoxc MrDoxe
Doxey Doxc ha hailJeell been vindicated vindicatedThe lrullcatldfhe
The recommendations of the th commit committee ¬
tee will come before the board tonight tonightMessrs tonIghtMessrs tonIghtMeSr8
Messrs Crltchlow and Walker aro out outof outot outof
of tho city and It la possible Jos lble thnt a aQuorum nqllorum aqttorurn
Quorum will ndt be present presentMAIIKUND Ilre cllt clltAlAnI
Ills Trouble TIoll lo With 1t1t n Street Car Man ManIlcrolrcr ManRevolver nll nllHeolcr
Revolver and nlll Arrest ArrestC
C C B Markland the well known min mining mnIng ¬
ing man Is under 5CO bonds to appear in inJustice InJustice inJuBttce
Justice Nielsons court to answer to the thecharge thoclHtIe thecharge
charge ot assault with Intent to kill killJames killJnmes killJames
James Heed a 1 streetcar motorman motormanMaikland motormanUlllklllnd motormanMaikiand
Maikland was arrested Sunday af afternoon afI atternoon ¬
ternoon about 2 oclock and spent a acouple 11I acouple
couple of hours or more in the dingy dingyold
I old city clt jail until relearod on bonds bondsfurnished bondsturnl bondsfurnIIied
furnished turnl lwd by b Simon Dambergor DambergorTlio
The trouble started when Marklnnd Marklnndboarded MarklamlJouded tarkiandboarded
boarded a South Temple street car to togo togO togo
go to his home on Twelfth Hast 1 nst and be bebecame beL bebecame
became L > ecllllle Insonced because the car did didnot dltnot didnot
not stop exactly on the creating He Huat Helit Heftt
at once began to abuse nL > use the motorman motormanbut
but the latter paid no attention to It ItU Itltls ItIt
U ltls Is said that on the return trip Murk Murkland Markland Inrkland
land was as waiting for the car and again againabused nnlnIIbuloJ againabtiteil
abused the motorman Heed objected objectedto
to this and claims that Marklnnd triad triadto
to seize the controller to tl t strike him himwith himwith imimmicitli
with it The he two men engaged In a astruggle atru aetruggle
struggle tru le and Marklund WIIS thrown to tothe 10the tothe
the ground Heed It etlllnil and Chntles Nubbin Nubbinthe
I the conductor both gay that Marklnnd Marklnndthrew Mmirkiandthrew Iurklantthrew
threw a rock at Heed The car was wasthen WllSthen wastheim
then started down town and nnt Iteed nnd nndHobblns nndlloublns andltobbin3
Hobblns say bit they received word that thatMarkland tllItIarkland timatMarkiand
Markland had threatened to kilt the themotorman themotorman themnotorman
motorman motormanThe motormanThe
The he police were notified and Oftcer OftcerDnvles OlteerDIWlos OffeerDnvies
Dnvles wag sent out to make nn Invest Investgallon InOItatlon lnveetgatlon
gallon He found MatkUnd on Twelfth TwelfthHost TweJrthlollt Tvelttim1ast
Host with a 3t 3 ralllter revolver In his hispoekct hl8pocket Imieiocket
pocket Markland told the Olllrcr that
he was going to make the motorman motormanapologize l1loormnnnllologlzl motormanapologize
apologize to him lie WHB wn placed under underarrest underarreat underarreit
arrest and locked up In the city elt Jail
1 oneUrdnjr the complaint against lIalnst
him was sworn to In Juetlc Nielsens Nielsenscourt Nlel Nieienscourt ens enscourl
court by Motnrman Ue Hefl d The hearing hearingwill hearingrIii
will be b either tomorrow or Thursday Thur da daIarklnd
Marklend stated to n News re reporter reo reopolter topojter ¬
porter this morning that the motorman motormanwfa
l wfa the cause of the trouble and that
he it dared him to come to thp th end of ofthe otthe ofthe
the l lIre e and fight He denied making makingany maklngnny
any threatato tlI tmieats NIt to kill 1 lciili3etl lciili3etlrnrmtrutmtu < 111 Heed HeedCnnruiruuvn netd9MMr1U1UJ
9MMr1U1UJ rnrmtrutmtu nnannnnnrmnnnrua nnannnnnrmnnnruaAT IUNJ1J1J1nlUtMnneAT lnnzmJlnJtutiuirijtAT
tlw11JUUlUU uutrumnnutjuuuuJ uutrumnnutjuuuuJilicyole
S tnnnrtnnru innnvrvnniiariruuira innnvrvnniiariruuiralllcyole ll11JV11JUuuuuuufJ ll11JV11JUuuuuuufJlIIc
m lllcyole lIIc cle racee at the SUIt Palace to tonight toII
night nightTin nlhtTIlt
Tin Ti Danish Brotherhood holds a gala calaat galaI
I day at Lagoon tomorrow tomorrowTht tumanoI tumanoIb tomoprowTli
Tht Tli Veteran Ilremen I will 11 clre two twoexcursions twoII
II excursions thU month The flr lI Iret t will 11
b 1 Hn owing to Calders Park P rk June 12
to be b jj later followed by a 1 day da at La I ItGOn
goon Join 21 The TI ontln ontlllf1l have l been n
prcamred or Oumnizeil nlllzed with the Intention of mater ¬
laIty reducing the outstanding debit on
their hall in Canyon road roadOn roadOn
a aa
a On Friday the th lAtterday hInt Col
Itge will hold their field day It nt Saltalr SaltalrAll
All the th reaort suffered last night on
account of the opening ot the Salt Pal Palage Palace
age for the season seasonv lIasonDr aeaonDr
Dr Wilcox I Ia building a rock cottage eottatnt
nt t the v Old Arm rift Chair reaort aort In Iatleys Iatleyscanyen
canyen canyenSlmcn 03n1In511110n vanyonSimon
Simon Bamberger expects great
thlBw tlda a from his hi new baseball team teamMhtcn tellnwhrth
1 Mhtcn he has entered the league for
to the t balance of the summer They will willpake willmk
I a pake mk lagoon their headquarter hlll < Jquartra and
t It It expected that a number of big
g Barnes will bt pulled off on that din dlarn
pa rn IIIfnd IIIfndIanager n <
Manager IJateman I ttrnan of the Salt lAke Ukeana lAkeand LakeI
I a and Log Lo Angeles road In I a very r busy bUI bUIman busyt
t t man nt this lime Inn entertaining ntertalnln < < the van varloui variou vanIi
Ii oui ou coramlnm which are waiting WaItln on onn
n him to secure eure dates for Saltalr SaltalrA Siltairlare
h S Stu
tu A large number of people visited the theh
h Old Arm tm Chair yesterday ye trdl The r tort tortI ort
I U iratUaft on a Wmitlful mantle nt ntKran flfIrteA ofgreen
green the U moss and lowers 1I ra are n mmf r rul ast
f to the eye and the ending end I growth of ofshfide
011 Ok I shfide sh dc made by b the th blrrh maple Ina > le iin iinanil 1n4O
1 2 anil all < 1 quaking ap P mak the Old Arm
tll tt Chair a delightful retreat There are arenbout areabout areabout
about fifteen men and tame employed
PI Improving road building cottages cottagesclearing
0 clearing out dead timber and getting get tin tinthe
TI the place ready for the accommodation accommodationcf
t U cf Isltors Several cottages are In Incourse
M course o nt erection by b prominent men menof Inenof menof
of the th city I
10 I
Some Frost butLittloor but Little or No Dam Damage Damago Dameago ¬
ago Was Done DoneGOOD DOIIClWOD DoneIWO1
tlIltlll or r Iucern Ilc rn VIIUnder eli tjiIlier Wu Wuljnl Voy Voylir ny
lir ljnl 1 i t Cru rill ru Will 111 i II tic Iully Iiil Vii I ly lp lo loUnited IIIIhe tolime
lime Ateitiie AteitiieUnited HIIIO HIIIOUnltcd
United StatM dipnrtmont ot agri agriculture nsrlculture ngrlculture ¬
culture nah section ollmnte and crop cropservice croprvke cropaerviee
service rvke weather bureau Wutokly crop cropbulletin crovlllletln cropbulletin
bulletin bulletinSalt bulletinSalt lllletlnSnit
Salt Lake City Utah Juno 4 tThero tTherowall There Therewa
wa con conMld conetderabW lilerublti rR l l cloudlnaia during the theweek theweek thcweek
week rmled flhl d June 3 and Int light neat Bcultered senltired neattered
tered showcrn Ihlll wore general during the thellrst thoIIlIt timelimit
limit part Ifre I relh h to high wlndn pic picvailed l1ealIed 11 e eAllid
vailed and the moisture from tho show showers ¬
ers er ua was 101111 evaporated 1IfKlIiI ted Thu nvera II nveremie nveremietenperatUt e etemneratuif eternpellltur
temneratuif was slightly above normal normalbut normalJut norlnambut
but a coot 001 wave jiAHsed over the slate slateun IIlatun
un the 30th and 31st and an In u number numberot nurn her heror
ot o localltltK light frost occurred on tho thonights tho1llght timermiglmiJ
nights or the dates inentloneU How Howover lIowoer howover
over little or no damage durnll ruflulted re ultet from fromthe frollthe Irolmithe
the frost Crops made good growth growthCorn Hrow growLhCorn lh lhCorn I
Corn and protntoes are coming com IIII up nice nicely IIlceIy imicely ¬
ly Sugar beets continue In good con condition cultdltloll cumtilitloIm ¬
dition and are bolng thinned Wheat Wheat1I11l Vluatnnd heatand
and 1I11l oat oa ate doing doln well Unlrrlgnled Unlrrlgnledlands
lands are getting wry dry dr and while whiledry whiledry whileIt
dry It farm grain Is not yet suffering sufferingfrom
from drouth it would be greatly bone benefited bemtlted bonefited ¬ I
fited by a good IKl1111ln rain The cutting of the thefirst theliMit theIitst I
first ctop of lucern has begun the yield yieldvlll ylolllwill yieldviii
vlll be abut the average The ranges rangesnre i
nre furnishing plenty of feed Straw Strawbcrrleu StrawIJerrl Strawborriell
bcrrleu 1I art ripe and quite plentiful plentifulCOUHKSrOXDKNTS IllentICulCOHm810NDENTS 1iluntltuiCOIlItEslONDFTS
Garland Jloxeldor Co Corhe The ve w week k has hasbeen haslIeln mas masbetim
been rather rath r cool and windy mimi not notvery nolvtI notvery
very vtI favorable la vornlJlo for the growth of vege vegetation vogotation ogotlltlon ¬ I
tation HiuM ns corn and moat garden truck truckAlfalfa trucklfaifa Iucklrutru I
Alfalfa and wheat have donu well wellII weilA weilAIi A AH
II Uletinon UletinonTooelc UI UieRiirooeii RIIOII RIIOIIfooell
Tooelc Tooele Co CoAll All Irrigated Irrlgllt d crops cropslook oroplllook cropSlook I
look well as I water Is plentiful so tar farDry tarDry tarDry
Dry farm wheat corn nnd lucern look lookall looktill
all right but the ground U getting gettingpretty settlnlIlfotty gettinglretty
pretty dry If It doos not ruin soon soonHome soolm1401ne 001lKOIIIl
Home of the tim dry farm lucern will have haveto
to be L > e cut Parly l arly potatoes are looking lookingline looklnline >
line and II Ill ttrawborrlea arc ilpe IjpeI I J JKlklngton Jglklngnn JIIkIngtun
Klklngton KlklngtonVernon glklngnnernon IIkIngtunVernon
Vernon ernon Tooelo Co COrhe Tho erred of tho tholong tholong thelong
long diouth are IIr being boln Hhown by crops cropsof cropoC
of all kinds Hprlng wheat und barley barluynre
are now buut four our Inches high but are arenot orelot arehot
not doing well except where Irrigated IrrigatedTho
Tho oluine of Irrigation water In InHUiudlly IIIIItlJudll IaHteadliy
HUiudlly IItlJudll diminishing The high winds windsImvi wIndshlll Iimds IimdslmmL
Imvi lmmL e melted the snow in the inountultiH inountultiHand mounlalnnlld
and unless unle K rnln falls soon crops will willbe willJe vli1be
be Je llglitAV H Durrnnt DurrnntLevun Durrnnt1tIII1 1urrantLevan
Levun Jirnb Co CoWindy Windy and am dry drythe dljthe dmythe
the nlghtH have been cold but without withoutfrost withoutCrost withoutfrost
frost drain ham and vegetables are grow growing crowIn growing ¬
ing In nicely nlcll but would be benefited by n npood 1 100l1 agood
good 00l1 rain The Irrigation streams nre nrefalling nreflllling arefulling
falling rapidly Lucern Is two weeks weekscurlier weekcurlier weeksearlier
curlier than last year cnri blossoms II can be beseen beseen Je Jeseon
seen here and there In the fields tleldsII tleldsII11111I Wil William ¬
liam Drown DrownClorkMon IIrownClarkston BrownClnrkston
ClorkMon Cache Co CoTIaln Bain un the theith the2ith time2tim
ith and i8 i greatly benefited the crops cropsthe cropSjthl CtOPSjtime
the r rest st of the week was warm and andsomtwlmt nudsOllllwhllt andsoniewliat
somtwlmt windy Crops are In a thrlv thriving thrlv111ft thrlving ¬
ing condition but more rain Is needed neededWilliam neededWilliam neededWiliianm
William Sparks SparksLogan Sparkll10gan SparksLogan
Logan Cache Co CoIhe The week has been beencool beencool beencool
cool and unt dry und unfavorable for crop cropgrowth cropKIowlh cropgrowth
growth Rain In badly needed In some gomoplaces SOIllOplnces someillaces
places Sugar beets are being replant replanted ¬
ed Grain hut was high enough was wasbentcn WUIIblaten wasbeaten
beaten and bruised by the winds wlnlsJ J W AVQuaylc WQua WQunyle
Quaylc QuaylcMorgan Qua QunyleAiorgnn II IIlonlIn
Morgan Morgan Co CoOonerally CoOonerallycloudY Generally Generallycloudy
cloudy with ttii phowers on the 27th 28th 2Sth29th 28th2th
29th 2 th 30th and nn 31st Colder with light lightfronts Ihhtfro lightroute
fronts fro ts on lie nights nl htJ of the 30th and 31st 31stwhist 31stwhist 31stwlmlst
whist caused no damage to growing growingcrops growlncrols growlngcrojil
crops A favorable week for growing growingcrops srowlncrop growIngcropsS
crops cropsS B Francis FrancisMorgan rrnnclsMorgan FrancisMorgan
Morgan Morgan Co CoPartly Partly cloudy cloudyweek eloullyIek cloudyweek
week Iek with 1111 light thundershowers on the the2th the27th the27th
27th and 28th Kino l lno growing weather weatherPotatoes weathlrPotatoes weatherPotatoes
Potatoes are nearly nil planted The Thograin Thenraln Timegrain
grain yield promises proml to be fully up to tothe 10the totime
the average fIeIR Sugar beets are a very verygood verygonI er ergOl1
good Miitil Ia and alll nru looking 10ol < 1ng line where wherethinned wherethinned wheretlmiflflel
thinned and cleaned Lucern and tim timothy timnth tinmothy ¬
othy nth will make average yields Ieldsr T It G GWelch nWeleh UVeldm
Welch WelchHiverdale WelehWerdall Veldmltterdale
Hiverdale Weber Co CoCrop Crops of nil nilkinds allkltm1R
kinds made good growth Plenty of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water for Irrigation Irrlgs tloll Lucern Is being beingcut beingcut beingcut
cut It IK filled with grass nnd Is a poor poorcrop poorCrol ioorcrop
crop Strawberries Slra wL wberrles > errle are ripe There Is Isscarcely IsAn isarcely
scarcely any An fruit left on the trees ex except expt excpt ¬
cept pt apple nwllIIltIchalll Itlchard Dye DyoUlntah I DyeUintah > o oUlntah
Ulntah Weber Co COI1M Heavy thunder thunderstorms thunderIItono thunderstorms ¬
storms on the 2th and 2Sth but only onlya
a very light sprinkling of min The soil soilIs ol1 ol1is
Is drying 11r lnlt out rapidly but crops arc not notsuffering notIJurrrlnK noteuffering
suffering yet Haying lifts commenced commencedCharles commcncedChorlls commemmcedChance
Charles de Lu Haumc HaumcPaysoti lJaumePayson l3aumneiaysoti
Paysoti City Utah Co CoVery Very cool coolnights coolnight coolnlghtM
nights an and almost frost on the low lowlands lowIindi lowlande
lands riondy Iou and sprinkling on thf thfSrd thf3rt thinrtl
Srd rtl Everything Is growing nicely nicelyDry nicelyDr nicIyDry
Dry Dr land crops arc much In need of ofralnJ ofrAlnJ ofrainJ
ralnJ IX Stnrk StnrkIjike StQrkIakf StnrkLake
Lake Shore Utah Co CoCool Cool dry nail nndwindy anllwln nailw1niy
windy wln < lr Fall barley nnd wheat arc archeading archeading areheaditi
heading Hprlng grain raln has been be n doing doingwell doingwell
well since biMnp Irrigated Lucern has hascommenced hilsoll1mfnled unitomutnefleed
commenced to blossom Sugar bcotn bcotnpotatoes beotHpotstoN heotapotatoes
potatoes and corn look well vellS 011 W 13 13Heer 1 1lIefr l lIleer
Heer Heerfountain lIefrI IleerPoontula
fountain I C3re6n Snnpete Co CoA A to foorable toorlbl tovorabi
orable Wfek for the growth of It nil nilkinds nilkinds allkinds
kinds of crops The ho ground Is getting gettingdry gettlnltdry
dry and nll needs rain There Is a fairly fairlygood Cnlr Cnlr00l1 fairlyootl
good 00l1 supply of Irrigation water Grain GrainIs I Ihi
Is looking well Lucern will 1 III be rcntly rcntlyto I Ito
to cut in about ten days Good 1ootllrOll 1ootllrOllel pros prospect hropeit ¬
pect el for a fruit crop crOIInrs Lars Neilson NellsonMantt NeilsonIantl NeilsonManti
Mantt Siuipote Co CoChanllellhle CoChanllellhlew CoChangenlleweather Changeable Changeableweather
weather w > ather quite cool coolon on the morning of ofthe atthl ofthe
the 31it 31 t but no frost All ii crops nr nrmaking artmaklnK are aremaking <
making KIHH 1Cm growth IIW I There Is I nn nnabundant onabuo anabundani
abundant abuo < lI1 of It Irrigation Irri thon water Lucern LucernU
U I IK tin bud Fruit 1 null la In good con condition condltlon conditlon ¬
dition bui the yl yield III ld will not Iw n nheay Rit Rithla ashetvy
heay hla an a lat year enr A W Itaisey ItaiseyWovlruffHlch lIeMl lIeMlWoI IleateyoodrimfrIticim
WovlruffHlch WoI < lrlltrllIch Co < 0 A favorable week welcfor w weekfor 1c 1ctor
for rioim CmI Nlco ghowora Ih oll on the 27th 27thSSth 21thth 27thtth
SSth th mil 1Ilf it mid 2r 29th th Kail al wheat Is coming comingInto 10111111Into omnlrmgIntI
Into the IxMit Luecrn IH from rota 10 to II IIInche 1 1Inh 12tflhCl
Inche > high hl h Spring grain Is growing growingr HrowlnrcIItllh11T growingrapidlyI
r pldlyT J Tlngloy TlngloyMeadowle TIIIllayM Timigloy1iieaIIIW
Meadowle M elu1fJvI lie llleh CoHIgh Col I 1gb cold coldwinds coldWIlndl coldwinde
winds during tlio tll week w ok Nice showerH showerHon
on the 2Ttli th and Sth which were very verybenendil verybenetlilil or orbtollenll11
benendil III crop eropoJ J 8 Moffat MoffatoaKlilo Mtittatoaivilk
oaKlilo 0111 vII II > Summit Co CoA A fine growing growingk growingwek
wek k ItndisheB HII1t hos are ready t1 for USA USAGrass U useGrass I IGran
Grass nril 1111 liuwn luo rll Is growing rapidly rapidlyThere raplillyThere rapidlyThere
There Is I Int nty of water for Irrigation Irrigationnt
nt pnnnr T Heard HeardMldii nunMldwny 11earIIMidwit
Mldii > Waaatch CoWeather CoWeathercoudy CoWeather1ou4y CoWeathereloudy
coudy und somewhat cool with gentle gentlenorth gentlenorth gentlenorth
north and an northeast winds An Ideal Idealweek IdealwHk Idealweek
week for MayJohn Huber HuberHeher lIuloerHebel Ifuberliehet
Heher Wanatch Wa atch Co CoAnother Another Ideal IdealIi IllenlH
H alatlC alatlCI
Ii I nfi nflill i n winilng that the be llrcr 1 H HtoriM I ItorIH Iitori
toriM tori iI < luiitlve t liit tin More scrint scrinttro ter ecriotstrtijiis tt tttrOlItJI9
tro trOlItJI9 ltl < > B tujy IIU follow V 1or if II pruiriM pruiriMcW prulrmtet1toiit tuLTlo1e1l
cW et1toiit > lont lIt nr it t ft > f Headache and all
Urn troiin > < uko ukoHoosls takuNbIs alIIfHJoils
Hoosls Pills PillsWhile
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full re re1llar ilar ALtlon of to IH IHthey Lw il ilIhey iithey
they do tint gripe or j llll > nii do d tm tmInnate IlnIUllateor tmotrittateor
Innate or Infltmothe In ametbe Internal crpjni or n nLut
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Vanllln VanlllnOrange YanlllnOrang VnniiinOrange
Orange Oranget
t C Strawberry StrawberryHajplerry Strawberryltapberr Strawberrylta3pberry
Hajplerry Hajplerryf
C Fine Apple AppleI AppleAlmond
I Hose llosoAlmond HoseAlmond
Almond AlmondUariana AlmondHanana AlmondBa
Uariana UarianaIf Ba tin no noif
If you OU want the very best those that thathnvo thlthaVe thathave
haVe tho rich natural nllltll lavor of tho thofruit thotrlllt thertmit
fruit Use Three Crown flavoring ex extract oxtract cxtract
tract and you 011 will always be pleased pleasedwith hmicasedWith lleas lleaswlIh
with the result resultHewlett resultHewlett resultHewlett
Hewlett Bros Co CoSALT
week wo k for growing crops The first firstpart firstIllIrt fltstpart
part of the week wan quite sultry but butthe buttho butthe
the latter part quite chilly A light lightHhowcr lightHhower lightshower
shower occurred on tho night of the theliSth the25th time2bth
liSth All crops are In flno condition conditionJohn condltlonJohn coaslitioimJohn
John Crook CrookHencfor CrookJlalllOfcr Crookhienetor
Hencfor Carbon Co COCIOllllycool Cloud ycool and andshowery nn1IIhower nailnhmowory
showery Potatoes 8 corn anti oats nro nrolooking arelooking
looking well The first crop of lucern lucernla
la unusually good and Is being cut cutKange cutHnnge cutJnimge
Kange feed Is good Apples Appl I peaches peachesupricota peachesapricots
apricots and plums will yield rl ld well Ir IrilRatlon IrlIAIIt1on Irrlgation
ilRatlon water Is plentiful plenliCulJ J Tom TomKltch Tom1ltch TomFitch
Kltch KltchIJuena 1ltchlluellll FitchiJuena
IJuena Vista Ulntah Co COCIOpS Crops have havegrown hnegrown havegrown
grown very 01 fast during the week There ThereIB
IB an abundance of Irrigation water waterHobcrt WaterHobert waterRobert
Robert Bodily
Vernal Ulntah Co CoILIIty Partly cloudy cloudyweather cloudyveathmer
weather with a c shower on the 30th 30thTall 30thI 30thhaIl
Tall I al wheat Is heading arid all grain grainlooks grainlook grainlooks
looks line Lucorn has begun to bloom bloomStrawberries bioomnIltIlLWberries
Strawberries are getting ripe rlpeWlllinm rlpeWlllinmG1bmn William WilliamHoldcn
G1bmn G1bmnJlolilell a Ibsonhioldeim
Holdcn Mlllard Co CoUlgh High winds tho thollrst thollrat timefirst
first of the week cold and frosty on onthe onthe ontime
the night of the tlm 30th and 31st und unddry UIIIIdry anddry
dry and warm the latter part of tho thoweek thowlck theveek
week Crops look line Irrigation wa water wnter witter ¬
ter has ha begun to fall which Is usual usualat
at this time of year e3lT T H Hlbloy HlbloyFlllmore HllJleFlllmoll SibleyFillmore
Flllmore Millard Co CoWlnlY Windy cloudy cloudycool cloudycoolnlgllt cloudycool
cool coolnlgllt night and alHll1l1 nn occasional shower of ofrnln ofrnln ofrain
rnln Field and garden crops arc doing doingwell doingwell iclingWell
well hut dry farm grain and lucern lucernare
are much In need of rain Strawberries Strawberriesarc
arc ripe and plentiful plentlfulC C Anderson AndersonKlslmirc AndersonBlsllHJlcf1evler Anderson1flsitmre
Klslmirc BlsllHJlcf1evler Pevler Co CoThe Tho week has hasbeen IIIUIbecn hasbeen
been partly cloudy with cool nights nightsEverything nIghtsBer nights1verytialng
Everything Ber thlng Is growing rapidly Sugar Sugarbeets SugarIeots Sugartiects
beets are nearly all thinned Alt Au crops cropslook cropslook
look well wellH H P I Hanson HansonEmery 1Iall8enEllie IlansenEmery
Emery Ellie 1 Emery Co COVtry Very windy with withcool withcool withcool
cool nights Frost on the mornIng of oftho ofthe oftime
the 31st but no damage therefrom therefromGrain therefromOrnlri therefromGrain
Grain Is look well Lucern la one foot foothigh Coothlilh foothigh
high Corn Is coming up and late po potatoes potlltoell riotntoe5 ¬
tatoes are doing well VolIH H C Wlckmnn WlckmnnHeaver WickmanBOler Wieknmnheaver
Heaver Heaver Co CoCloud Cloudy and nndwindy nnllwindy andwindy
windy all Ill week Light thunder show shower
Or on the 29th 2 th Light frost nearly every everynight lOerynIght everynight
night but no bad results therefrom therefromCrops theretromCrops therefromCrops
Crops nro crowing ncely nlcelyD D Grim Grimshaw Grimshaw Grirmiahav
shaw shawThurbor shawThurber ahavTIltlrber
Thurbor Wayne Co ColUSh High winds all allweek nilwe allweek
week we k Some omne rain fell but It was quIck oulckly quickly
ly dried up by the winds ll1dll and there was wasnot was1I0t wasimot
not much m lch good resnlted resuled therefrom therefromSome theretromS0l0 therefromSome
Some S0l0 frost the first frst of the week caused causedbut causedbut causedbut
but little ltle damage dalllgeJames damageJamnes James Grant GrantTropic OrantTropic GrantTropic
Tropic Garfield Co COOOOf Good growing growingweather growllg growllgweather growingweather
weather Wheat looks tine Ino Corn Cor Is Iscoming I Icoming iscoming
coming up Good rain on the 27th 27h FIne Flnoprospect Fln FInelironliect
prospect for fruit frultI I C Schow SchowCoyoto SchowCo SchosrCoyuto
Coyoto Co oto aarfleld Co CoCloml Cloudy windy windyand wlnlYnnd windyand
and cool with lh light lght showers howcr on the 20th 20thand 2Gthand 26thand
and 29th Crops have made fair fairgrowth faIrgrowth fairgrowth
growth Potatoes are coming up and andgaiden andgarden andgarden
garden truck Is II growing nicely nielY There Therewill Therewil Therewill
will be some currants gooseberries und undcherries undcherrlesl andclmerriesIi
cherries cherrlesl clmerriesIi 11 J McCullough McCulloughSt lcCulough lcCuloughSt
St George Washington Walhlngton Co CONew New po potatoes pcitatoes 10 10tatoc ¬
tatoes peas early beans and fresh freshcurrants trcshrurrllnts freshcurrants
currants are on the market market Some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the small IIlal grain Is nearly ready read to cut cutJ
J G Ulenk UlenkPinto Benk BenkPinto lhloakIlnto
Pinto Washington Co CoA A favorable favorableweek favoraJlewcck favorableCC1
week CC1 for nil a kinds of crops crlls Eurly corn cornnnd cornuIII corntitmil
nnd uIII potatoes are coming up The week weekhas weckhas weelhas
has been generally generalY cloudy ollly with wih light lightFhowers lght lghtshowors lightshowers
showers on the hills his Light frost on onthe onthe ontime
the 27th and 28th but no particular particulardamage partcular partculardamage particulardamage
damage resulted rtsuledJ renultedJ H I Harrison HarrisonMt Harrilon HarrilonIt
Mt It Cannel Kane Co Corhangeable Corhangeablewenther CoChangeable CoChangeableweitthor Changeable Changeableweather
weather Light frost occurred doing doingpome doinglomo loingsome
some lomo damage A sprinkle Iprlnkle of rain on onthe onthe onthe
the 20th The growth Irolh of lucern lucer has hasbeen hasbeen imasbeen
been chocked Some fruit Crlt has been beenblown beenblown beenblown
blown from trm the trees troesI treesIt H Moncur MoncurL
Section Secton Director DirectorTHE DirectorTHE DirectorTHE
College Colege Students Student Will Wil Give Program To Tomorrow Tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Aiternoon Ateton Atetonoclotk Mterno6nu
11 4 oclork III the Iliutueit 111111 Col CollezcTrollej ColleoTrolcr comIeieTrohIe7
lezcTrollej leoTrolcr 1nrtj rty In II the theIIvoMlnj theJ timeE
IIvoMlnj IIvoMlnjThe J E cc oulll oulllTho ii i ii iiThe
The students stulntR of the Latterday Itofn Saints SaintsUniversity SaintsUner8 SaintsUniversity
University Uner8 will wl celebrate the close cloS of ofthe otthe ofthe
the last college year 011 by a 1 uroeram vrolrum to tobe tobe tobe
be given tomorrow totorrow Wednesday In the thenew thenev thenew
new 1n buelneaa college llef assembly asalbly room at
Invite Invitetheir InlteIhelr invitetheir
2 p m The sudents cordially corialY
their I friends to attend tho session 10Islon Fol Followlnc Jol Jol10lnl Following
lowing 10lnl Is the program pro 1 I for class day dayJune dayJune dayTuiie
June kIm 6h 1901 1901College 1O1Colege 901Coler
College long longPruMr longPruer longPrayer
Coler Prayer J U lUcks HicksAddrcta lUcksdllrca lucksAddreae
Addrcta dllrca Commercial Chase ClaaeU CIII
U 1 F Smith SmithVocal Smih SmihVocll SmithVocal
Vocal Vocll Solo Slo U 190 1802 < 01 Class Classhazel Hazel 1nzel Jones JonesSchool Jone JonesScimool
School Schol IliininlBcenee Ilinlnlllcence Class Cla1 IDOl 1901May I IDOlMay Ol
May Hamilton HamiltonPiano Hamiton Hamiton1lnno Hamiltonliano
Piano 1lnno Solo Commercial Cmmerclnl Class ClassJulc ClaI ClaisJuic
Julc McMurrln McMurrlnRecitation 1lc MeMurrinIlecitation lurrln lurrlnnllntion
Recitation nllntion 1903 1 Clasfl CIII Llllle Ile Shluo ShluoVocal ShltD ShltDo Shiupocol
Vocal Solo Comerclal ClaM ClaaxKnlil ClaMEnl CIneaEnitl
o Enl Edmonds EdmondsPoem Edmondsloem EdmondsPoenm
Poem IMS lt cia CIMS s Leona Taylor TaylorPiano TalorPilno TaylorPiano
Piano Pilno Solo Preparatory Prepratory Class ClassEthel ClalsI ClacsItheI
Ethel I thel Davis DavlaRecitation Dalan Davisfleeltation
Recitation n IRtlon 1M1 Cists Chis Vlda Ida Fox FoxLife Fox1lte FoxLife
Life of Hip Ip Van nn Winkle Prep PrepChester PrepCheetpr PrepCheetr
Chester Madson MadsonVocal Madsenocal lal8n lal8nDal
Vocal Dal ocal Silo 1JOI 11 Class Archie Aohle Willie WilliePrognostlcaton Wllo WlloPronostlca Slhlholrognostlcaton
Prognostlcaton Pronostlca t on Hub Irvine IrvineSong Inllt IrvineSommg
Song SongAfter Sonl SommgAfter
After Ator this program prorlm Is rendered rendle a atrolley ntrole atrolley
trolley trole Party Ifrty will wi be I given 11n The stu students 8tUdlnts students ¬
dents dlnts who ho will 11 participate trtclMtf are to as asfcmVile asemble aseinbie
fcmVile at It the Xo News corner corer at 8 8oclock 8orlock soclock
oclock where hlrl tho Salt Lake City cars carswill Mrswil oarswill
will wil be In roafllnm retnfl to make the trip trluthrough trlDthroulh tripthrough
through throulh the city cityCommencement el cityComnnienremtnt
Commencement olmn mlnt day will 1 bo bohu1a bohu1aJunf Thursday ThursdayJune Thmurs4syJune
June Junf 6th th In the bunlnnn college coi hull hulland hnllInd hailand
and field nel day 11 will w1 be b Friday Frldn June 7th 7that 7that
at Saltalr SaltalrTODAVS Salalr SaitairTOl
10 0 a m M I 12 1 noon non LB 6 2 p m I C3 I L 3 ip 3Ii
June 41901 41901Todays 4 191 191Toay 1901 1901To4y
Todays clearings ollllnls J57406937 J57406937Same 157106037Same 5i40 O37 O37Same
Same day da last lat year t 35UCSSJ 35tC69
POUNDS OF WOOL WOOLRecordTralnload WOOLRccordTralnload WOOLRecordirainload
RecordTralnload Loading Today Todayat
at l t Fort Steele Wyo WyoCOU1 WyoCOUllY Wyocoul
Gtlcrlll tciiorsiI teem I lt Vnllcer lr of C V j r N w wlltllrt WaLiiures
aLiiures lltllrt 15 11 i Cur ar fur Milpiuoiil Shil ltlJllllt itIieImt to toIlustonItullrouil ellUOtunUulrolll toIIustimimltullromii
IlustonItullrouil UOtunUulrolll IIustimimltullromiiTh Ne NeTho NOnI NOnITh
Tho Th Th record shipment Ihlment of wool voo over overinado overmade overmade
made out of southern souther Wyoming him himbeen hMbeen hma hmahicon
been scoured secuCl1 by b General Agent Ient Walker Walkerof
of time Chicago Northwestern NOlthwester and ant II aforco IIforce iiLotco
force of men today commenced commencet load loadIng londIng loading
Ing at Fort Stfule St ell Tlila fhl Miijlo con conslgnment 0J oii oiisignmaent
slgnment was WIS tiold foltl by Cofgrllt Corgrl Uros Urosthe Iros Irosthe BrostIme
the wolnownmerchanls wcllknown merchants nail nJll bankers bankersof
of Rawllns nnwlns and nnt Saratoga amtogl to Bert Illrt liowo liowofor 1owe 1owetor 1uwefor
for Brown Adams of Boston Thu Thuwool Thuwool Thewool
wool U I to be sent right through to tolloston to1otHon tolIoittit
lloston 1otHon as 1 soon as loaded loadedThe lo loadedTime dct
The he CosRiirt CUSr11 wool ool han loH always 1111 been
looked upon by Yloenl y local rallioad mlld men as asbeing a abeing ashieing
being one of utth the plums of the wool sea season BCI seanon ¬
son This year eal the consignment conlgnmtlt Is ex excuptlonally excuptlonnJy cxcoptionahiy
cuptlonally cuptlonnJy heavy und will 111 run 1lt to over overono 001 overone
ono Olo million mIlon pounds poulls All 1 the tlu local re representatives recsenlathcs rehtesentatltes ¬
presentatives entered cltpl ll tho race f r this thisbig tlls tllsblr thisbig
big blr shipment Ihllment with the result relult that thCt tlio tlioconsignment thacOlslgnment thocomisigmunent
consignment cOlslgnment was Wil secured as al Indlcntvu IndlcntvuIt Inllteo InllteoI
It Is said without the
I shading thl ruu in inany Inuny inany
any respect tespeotThe lesJlectho respectThe
The ho loading 10ldlng today Is being rushed rush ll and
the bales are being bell put Into furniture furniturennd
and box cars with wih tho result r lult that when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the train Is finally tnall made up there will wi
be close upon 4o 4 cars cnl to bo hauled hluled out
by one aie of the big Union 1nlol Pacific moguls mogulsWalker IOHuls IOHulsWnlker mogulsValker
Walker ami 111 his corps COJ of freight llelght agitiU agitiUate
ate said to be stirring up thing all allaround al allaround
around und In addition additon have captured capturedanother cIllturell cIllturellonoth capturedanother
another r dozen Iozen car clra of wool in Idaho Idahoand IdahoOIJ Idahoamid
and OIJ Utah this week weekSIAV weelcIA seekMtY
SIAV IA GO OVIJU IIOUTI3 IIOUTI31crry nOHln nOHlnlcrrJ itourilcrry
1crry H Hcntli lenth llenthmtoitrrlvo lo Arrlvo Tomorrow TomorrowAhead folorrnw folorrnwIhejul ronmorruwitlieitil
Ahead ol l San Ic Inlro lllu Directors DirectorsPerry Ihcotou Ihcotoulerry llmetoisPerry
Perry S Heath lenth and n C Kerens Jr Jrof Jror Jrot
of the Sari Sa Pedro ronil menu will wi arrive In InthU II Inthii
thU city tomorrow from tho east nnd nndremain nndremaIn andiemain
remain here until unt after the meeting meetingof leelng leelngof
of the directors of tho toad which Is Isscheduled Isch isnehotluled
scheduled ch lultd to transpire Immediately Immediaely up upon upon upon ¬
on the arrival Irrlvl of Senator W A Clatk ClatkThe Clalkrhe Claikriie
The Montana loltll inuUImlllloimlro Inullmllonalro Is ex expected exIleeted cxImeeted ¬
pected to land 11 I In New York on Friday Fridaynnd Fridayeld Fridayund
und eld will wi In 111 nil probability prohaJI1 remain In the theeast theeast theeaSt
east until unl the middle mldlle of next week when whenho whel hcn hcnhe
ho h will wll comer comOto to Salt Lake and the long lonl
deferred deterld meeting meetng will wi be held hel Imme Immediately 1nme 1nmedlntely fmnmedintely ¬
diately nftor af6r the directors have decided decidedon
on an active nctoplun plan of campaign It I Is pos possible I iosnible > os ossible ¬
sible that some of the directors lllctIrll accom accompanied Iccom Iccompanled accoinpanted ¬
panted by Senator Sella tor Kcarns will wil take a awagon I awagon
wagon trip over the desert amid nll Inspect Inspecttho In pect pectthe
the proposed proloeJ routes for the tht road roadthrough ronl roadthrough
through to Los 1os Angeles Senator Kearns Kearnfitateil Kell Kellstuted Kearnstnted
fitateil tills thi morning lolnlll that the matter matterwns IMler IMlerwos matterttns
wns under ulder coifslderatlou cOflderatlon and If the theother theother tImeother
other directors 111rectorl were agreeable Ireeablu he hewould hewould imewould
would undertake to pilot the party partyacross partynero partyacross
across nero tho diBOlatq d soillh country In Nevada NevadaSenator NevadaSenntorCllrk NevadaSenator
Senator SenntorCllrk Clark It C Kerens I < erens und uli the therest therelt timerest
rest relt of them thelr may I I want to tithe the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip he said HaiI and perhaps only Peny PenyHeath IerlYHeath lermyheath
Heath and al myself rYI lt may 11 go or again It Itmight I Itniight
might not Iot take place plncl placeat nt all allOCTS nilOIS allolrS
Snn 1edro Icllr Icojilo 1 olilu Close Clo c UI 1iicnto 1iicntoHanch PucntoJlllch ltmcntoRanch
Ranch Jlllch Deal for 15000 15000Los 11000 1100010s 16000Los
Los 10s AngelesCalJune 4 4For For months monthsthere 10nths 10nthsthlre monthsthere
there thlre have been negotiations nesotlnUons on foot footbetween footbetweon footbetween
between E J BaldwIn and In1 the Salt SaltLake Sai SaiLLake
Lake Llko railroad people for a right of way wayacross wa wancrs sayimeroath
across ncrs the Puonto ranch tanch On 01 Saturday Saturdaytho Batula Batulatho
tho matter was closed coset up tho railway railwaycompany rllwlY rllwlYcOllany railwayComnlany
company cOllany paying Mr 1 Baldwin 15000 15000for 150O0for 500 500tor
for tho privilege privilegeT prlee prleeT
j T A I ItcovcM Ibr O CL 1 P A AThere AThero AThere
There is a persIstent rumor In rail railroad rai railroad ¬
road circles crclos to the effect that thlt at an anearly nnnarlY anearly
early date the appointment of J Jneevls A AReeves AReeves
Reeves assistant general generl freight agent agentto
to that of general gtnernllrelht freight agent for time thuOregon thoOregon timeOregon
Oregon Short Line wilt wi bo made Mr MrReeven MrItoevea Ir IrHeeR
Reeven professes to be In entire entro Ignor Ignorancrt Ignornncl ignoronce
once nncl of any such step being Jeln under con contemptation contomplliion contemplmitlorm
temptation tomplliion at the same sano time a gentle gentleman gonte gontemnn gentleman ¬
man recently recenty returned from Omaha Is Isthe Isthe istime
the authority authoriy for the statement that thatpromotion thatpromoton thatpromotion
promotion promoton is I In store for the popular popularyoung populnryoung popularyoung
young freight frolJht man Since the tle reslgnn resignation reslgnnton reslgnntion ¬
tion ton of S W V Eccles Icles ns al traffic manager managerof manorer manorerof
of the Short Line Mr Reeves has been beenhandling belnhandn beenhandling
handling nil nl the freight business of the theroad theroad timeroad
road and ont Is to all al Intents and purposes purposesthe
the general Jenernl freight agent In everything everythingbut everthlnbut
but the title tte Mr Ir Hooves many friends friendsIn
In Utah and adjoining adJoIninG states would bo boglad 1J0slad beglad
glad to see his abilities abiites recognized recognizedNewClnmilllcatlon reconlzed reconlzedw recognizedetv
NewClnmilllcatlon etv w ClaMMlcatlon Tariff TariffUnJcr TarIf TarIfUn TaniftUnder
Under Un er th time revision of the western westernclassification westlrnclasstcntlon westernclassIfication
classification classtcntlon tariff tarJ as adopted adoptel by the thewestern thewestern timewestern
Its Itsrecent Itsrecent itsrecent
western classification clusMlficaton committee at
recent meeting meetng nt Del Monte candles candlesare
are advanced a anced from fourth to third thirdclass thIrdclass thirdclans
class horse collars colars advanced from sec second secand second ¬
ond to first frst class clt Si stirrups strrups advanced advancedfrom adancedtrom advancedfrom
from third to second class rubber hose hoseadvanced hoseadanced hoseadvanced
advanced from second to first filst class classwhile classwhie classwhile
while whie pencil lencl tablets and pads are rc re reduced reo reoduccd reduced ¬
duced from second to third class clls and andautomobiles 1111 1111automobies armilautomobiles
automobiles automobies from three < times tm s to double doublethe doulJlethe doublethe
the first class rate This new classifi classification classlt classification ¬
cation Is effective July 1 1Salt 1Sal 1Salt
cnton etectc
Salt Sal LnkoM IIRkc McroiirHnle McroiirHnleThe l Merumir rcur Sale SnloIhe SaleThe
The Mcrcur company puts a valua valuation valuaton valuatioim ¬
tion ton of several hundred thousand thai dollars 1101on thaihats ¬
lars on the road rOlll but the Short line Linopeople Jne Jnepoople linepeople
people cant see that It I Is II worth any anywhere nnywhere anywhere ¬
where near that sum to them thcl While Whiletho Whie Whieth Whilethe
the th road Is of a steep grade nnd has hasmany ha haman hasmany
many man sharp curves It was not an ex expensive expenHhc expensive ¬
pensive road to construct as there are nreno nrono areno
no heavy hllvy cuts deep fills tls or expensive expensivebridge cxpenslobridge expensivebridges
bridge There Tllre Is also only ani one piece pieceof
of rock rrk cutting cutlng which Is not nt expen expensive expensle expenelve ¬
sive From nil fl reports the Short Line Linowill LIl Linewill
will wi run a branch Irn < h up U Lewlston can canyon canon canyon ¬
yon on from the new nfW cutoff cuof through Hush Hushvalley Hushnle IlushiAhley
valley nle It I would ou11 probably bo 1J cheaper cheaperto I Ito
to build than to buy Lu the Mercur road roadMercur roadIercur toaddtereur
Mercur Miner MinerIJoily Miner1kiml Inor InornHll
IJoily 1kiml Not t Yet Fonnil FonnilIt tolll tolllI
It I Is ten days 11s since Fireman Jlreman Oswald OswaldShort OswaldShort OswaldShort
Short fell tel from his engine en lne Into Hear HearHlvcr HearIr BearItiver
Hlvcr Ir n I mile mie east of Pogram on the theOregon IheOre timeOregon
Oregon Ore on Short Hue Despite the fact factthat Cactthnt factthat
that Superintendent Superlntendett Manson repaired repairedto rpalrtl rpalrtlto
to the scene Itl In his hIl private car < ar as soon soonas soonas soonlut
as the news of the accident acclint reached reachedhim rear reached1dm he hehim
him and ant nt on onc re took tok steps to have havethe haethe havethe
the river Orapxed drn le for the body hoty no notrace notllloe notrace
trace of the tht th mlinlng II slng fireman frmRn lots hl been beenencountered heentnountered beenemmcouimtered
encountered tnountered The appearance of time thuIron thl timeiron
Iron beams oams mutely testifies te tnu to tho fate fateof fateat fateof
of the young man The he Iron work of ofthe otthe oftime
the bridge ounl Is bespattered with blood bloodand blo bloodanil
and lnt braini 111n In bhJntered a ntnnner manner that dcslg dcslgnatos Iclg Iclgntls designatas
natos ntls that lie HII unfortunate fireman firemanpitched treman treman1ltched firemanhitched
pitched un 11 MR 18 head hl1 and Rllt then lay for forsome torIme forsome
some Ime tim 1m upon the thm girders slrllcrs beneath beneathuntil heneathunti beneathuimtti
until unti the body bdy finally nnnl slipped Rlpped Into th thriver thrlnr time timeriver
river b bmw w > and lni was WI carried carl away n by byth 1y 1ythe bythe
th the swift rurnnt The river which whichIs
Is I try tr et high at this time tme of year ear Is Isbeing Isbelnl 15being
being belnl systematically lstnnRtrnll dragged draggedSIMKIJ cJrnggodS1ln draggedSlilI
The Union Pacific ha has laid lai oft of thirty thirtymen thlrtmn thirtymen
men In the Cheyenne Cheenn shops shopsParley shopsrarley shopsrarley
rarley L I Wilam William attorney for the theOregon theOrsn theOregon
Oregon Orsn Short Line Is In Carson ClrBon City CityHorse CityHare Cityhorse
Horse Hare shipments from frm Montana Montlna to tothe tothe totime
the river ore becoming especially clpeclalY ac active actn active ¬
tive tn
i e
Eugene Pugene Fox traveling trn velng fitlght ftght icon
for town townThi townTh townTime the Hock Iod < Inland hlQld has hlB loturncd IIturlell IIturlelltown t ii iitown <
Time > Chicago Ihlcllo conductors went Eas Ea
lila tlll ufturnoon ufllrlooo over the Rio Grand
Western WcstcinAssistant Wel Westerngiistmmmt tc I
Assistant A snnl General 00lerl1 Freight lrelght Agon geit
Kenworthy lelwoltl of the Hlo 10 iio Grand Ornde Wester
Is In II Diimr DiimrFrank Dln DenterPramik er erPrall
Frank Prall Nay No auditor of tho Mlnnon Mlnnonpolls Minnenpolls tnnea tnneapl1
polls pl1 St Louis L I 11 Is I among ninnS the visit Jal
Ing railroad rtlrouII iron In n In town townAll townAll townAll
All ho lines nes In the Central Pnssthgr Pnssthgrassociation Passehrl VaszeimgeaSsociation
association asoolnton Imvo hle decided ecllcll on a onefan onefanplus ollotarplusf oitefarpitts12
plus plusf into for on tho tla round rount trip to Clcvc
land 0 during the national encamp oncnmp1lt
meat 1lt In the th fall fallThe fal faliTime
The Orccon OIcgonShort Short Line announces nnnunces th thJital
Upul club excursion etrtlon to Ogden canyoi canyoion CUIIOIon
on Sunday Slulny Tho he special will wlleuo leave Sal
Lake at 9 a m returning from ruin Ogdei Ogdeiat Ogl91 Ogl91at
at S20 p m mThe mTho inTime
The Hlo Io Grnndo Western Wester will wil run an nnexcursion anIxcurslon anexcursIon
excursion Ixcurslon from Oftdcn to Snit Lake on onSunday 10Sunllay fl flSummday
Sunday on 01 the occasion of tIme mem memorlal rnel mcmiicirliti
orlal services Icnlccs of the tlm NVoodmen hori horiThe hIrl hIrlThe lmcirmTime
The 1llcclnl special will wllel leave VO Ogd Osdll Ogtlnmm n at 10 a m mA 11 iiiA
A party of thirty RaymondWhit RaymondWhitcomb Haymond Whit Whitrb
comb < rb excursionists oxcurllonJsl1 wljl tiil 1 arrive 1111 from tOI the theWest theWllt timeVcat
West Wllt over tho Hlo 10 Grande h ndu Wcitein Wcstel to tomorrow tomorrow tonmorrott
morrow After Afer spending IIpelln twentyfour twentyfourhotirs twcn twentyfourhmolr 1Cour 1Courholr
hotirs holr In thta thl city clt they tle will wil continue conlnue on ontheir ontllr ontheir
their tllr Journey jOlrl cast castGeneral elst elstUpnrul emistGeneral
General Upnrul Atf Agfimt lllt > i > t Walker of thp Ih Chicago Chicagoft ChlcuoNorthweslern
ft Northwestern accompanies nccOupalle8 hIs wife wifeand wlteInd wifeand
and Ind family on a portion porton of the way wa vato
to Chicago Michigan lcllgal and In Indiana Inllann Tadiana ¬
diana Mrs 1ra Walker expects to spend spendthe spenllthe npeimhlimo
the major IIJor portion of o the summer In vis visiting Is IsIlnK isiting ¬
iting IlnK her friends In the East EastThe I InstLIme aHt aHtI
The he Owens Owenl cut cll between Kdson l son und undWitlitit end1rIlCtt In InWIItt
I Witlitit on 01 the Union Pacific IlIclnl has hm s been beenturned bOlntUloNI becimtmtrnil
turned over to the operating operatl depart department departI departmacat ¬
I ment nlnt with wih tho resul result that regular regulartrains rOlular rOlularI regularI
I trains have t 1 been bten running runllni over It I since sincethe sincej sincetime
j the new time card cattIvcnt went ent Into force forceWARD tore toreE forceVARD
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On Thursday evening eeling next Il fare farewell tareel fareell ¬
well el ell entertainment eltctalnlt will wi be 10 given 1on In the theThirteenth theThirteenth timellmirteenthm
Thirteenth ward assembly nail Inl to Miss MissEmma MissErimimma lss lssIII
Emma III Purcell Iurcell who leave ole June lliili lliilinn 12h 12hon
on a mission mlllon to the Samoan Slnlonn Islands IslandsSome IslandSOle IslandsSome
Some SOle of the len 1o t tnlrnt In II the city ciy has hasconsented bnl lmnsconsented
consented cOlsentell to take part plrt on the program programnnd IJrOlnamnnd programnand
nnd an al excellent entertainment Is as assured lS lSRUt tinnoted ¬
noted RUt d
Tonight TOIIIlht In the Eighteenth Flghtelntl word wordschool wardschool arl1 arl1Ichool
school Ichool house hOlse nn entertainment ent rt llnent will wl be belilvcn be111el beIlveii
lilvcn 111el In honor of a 3 Herman Hernnn Scliettler Scliettlerthe Schetter Schettertho
the well wel known young violinist violnist and son sonof sonot sonof
of Mr Ir H 1 H I Sclicttlur Schettlr who Is about abut to toleave tolene tolcae
leave on a mission missionAFTEHNOONJMN1NO mIssionAFlEHNOON
Spurt SPllt lit II May IY Day DIAjlx Ajax Die Heavy Heavyllusluess lCf heavyIitislnessG
llusluess luslucssGIlul Grand Central Clmtll Weak WeakHuslncss WcakBusIness YeakIlusiness
BusIness on the mining exchange exchangeehows exchangeshoWI exchangeshows
shows shoWI no signs of n 1 summer sUlmer decline declineJudging declne declnejudgIng declinejudging
Judging from the amount Imount of business bUBlncsstransacted buslneRI businesstransacteil
transacted trnsacte < this afternoon nrertoon So active activewere actvo actvowere activevore
were stocks that when the News Nols re report rl report ¬
port closed tho caller culor had on only onIy only ¬
ly reached May Day Da which whichastonished whlrhostonlshell whichastonished
astonished everyone CCyone by h selling sellingns solnl
ns high ns UUi 11S ll1 Manager Innncer Hunt Bays Baystho saysthe II IItho
tho only reason he can assign Isslln for tho thoadvance thoaltvnnco timeadvance
advance Is II the awakening of time tl pub public pul publie ¬
lie le to 1 ti the fact that t the May Day Is a agood i agood
good ood mine AJnx Anx was unusually active activebetween ICO ICOetwcen activebetween
between 131 11 and J13C 136 30 Over 19000 19000shares 1900 1900shareJ 19QdOshmare
shares shareJ changed hands Dexter sold ai ai7G 1
76 while whlo Grand Grtnd Central wits wlIstrnded traded in inat II inat
at 199 199 Closing quotations quo latons on the theprincipal thoprincipal timeprIncipal
principal stocks called when wh n the thmeNewa thmeNewareport News Newsreport Newsreport
report closed are Iro as a follows followsHid followslilil
followslt Hid lt Asked AskedAJnx AskedAjax skCI
Ajax t I 131U 131 13l 131i 131iAnchor 131 131Anchor 131Anehor
Anchor 100 100 2CO 2COCon 210Comm t
Con Meteor 312 312H 3124 333 333Daly 333Dah
Daly 1 aly t lCO 200 200Dexter 200Doxtcr 200D
Dexter D oxter 75 75Grand 75Grnml 75Grand
Grand Central 6CO 50 505 505Lower 505Lower 505Lower
Lower Mammoth 431 432 432PEOPLE 432J 432PEOPE 432I
Dr J Harte Van Knlff Knl of Holland HollandIs 101all 101allIs
Is a 1 guest at the Kctiyon en route to tothe tothe tothe
the coast on a pleasure trip tripH trl trlI
H I Wittenberg Wltberg wife ICe and nd children chidren of ofPortland oCPortand otPortland
Portland Portand Oregon Orc on are guests at the theKnutsford thoRnutstorll timeKnutsford
Knutsford Mr Ir WJilttenberg Whltenert Is vice vicepresident VICOIJresldent vicepresident
president of the Pacific Ulscult Uscult com company comIlany cornrmany ¬
pany the owners of the candy trust trustof
of the western westcr states statesMrs statosMrs statesMrs
Mrs F H I boding and children chidren of ofShoshone oCShoshone ofSimoshmomme
Shoshone Idaho nro guests at the Ken Kenyon Kenon ICenyon
yon on They are hero to attend Itend the com commencement commencement centmnemicemnent ¬
mencement week exorcises at Rowland RowlandHall Howlanlal ltowiaimdhail
Hall lal where Mrs Irs Goodlngs Ooolllgs daughter daughtergraduates daughlcrgraduntes daughtcrgraduates
graduates this year enr Mr F R tioodlng tioodlngIs
Is II the sheep am an4 cattleman cattlemanH catteman cattemanI
H I E Coleman C01emln and family famiy of Hono Honolulu lano lanolulu 110mwhub ¬
lulu hub are visitors Islors In Bait Sal Lake en route routeto
to the Y 1 M C A convention In Boston lloslonMr
Mr Coleman IB I general Ieneral secretary of the theassociation theIBsoclntion timeassociation
association IBsoclntion at Honolulu 10nolulu They have a
100000 building bultlng In Honolulu 10nolulu and a very verylarge verylarge cr crInge
large Inge membership memberhip of resident mem members mel macmitbers ¬
bers Over 9000 900 United States tolJIcis tolJIcishave soldlCShac soldicmshave
have registered at It the association lisoclaton head headquarters lead leadIjuartcrs headquarters ¬
quarters since the beginning ot the war warPresident warPresident svarPresident
President John J Valentine Valentne of the theWellsKaruo thoWellslat timeWellsFago
WellsKaruo Wellslat o company accompanied accorl1anled by byH byIt Jy JyH
H A Wells Wels manager at Kansas lansl City CityC
C II I Young Youni manager at Denver and andC
C H I Gardiner private secretary who whoarrived whoIrrlved whoflrricl
arrived Irrlved In Salt Sai Lake yesterday con continued contlnued contintmtd ¬
tinued their Journey to San Francisco Franciscotoday lrnclsco lrnclscotollay Franciscotoday
today Mr Ir Valentine Valentne spent yesterday yesterdayIn yelteray yelterayIn
In consultation consulation with Manager French Frenchof renchoC
of the express company romlany and Cashier CashierDooly CnshlerDool CashierDooly
Dooly Dool of the bank Ho expressed him himself himRelf himself ¬
self as very well wol pleased plelsed with wih the busi business businest JuslnlSI ¬
ness nlSI outlook In Utah Uah and Int his compa companys campans coampaflys ¬
nys business IUllneHS here President Valen Valentino Yalentllle Valentimme ¬
tino Is on his one hundred hUllret anti ant forty fortyfourth fortytourth fortyfourth
fourth trip across nrORS the continent continentThere continnt continntTher continentTlmere
There Ther are n number of wool buyers buyersat
at R the Knutsford awaiting Iwnltln a more lore live lively lve lveIy lively ¬
ly market In the tlo cast for that product productIt prduct prductI
opinion that thatthe thatthe thattime
It I seems to be tho genera
the market Illrket Is cxtremly dull dul and It U Usaid I IaId issaid
said that wools wol arc all ni from ft to tocents IH IHcents It
cents c < nts lower than tln earlier enrllr In the season seasonThe seasonThe seasonTime
The 3yomlnR and Idaho I wool clips clipshave clps clpshlo clipshave
have hlo not found n 1 market yet ot to any ex extent exttnt cxtent ¬
tent owing to the fact that tlt they are areheld arehelt areheld
held helt nt 12 cent The Th wool wol however I moevcr oev r
Is very fine tne and nl1 worth wortl more than tln the thesouthern tn ttmesouthern
southern clips clps If I the tht market shows showsenough showenouGh simowsenough
enough Improvement 12 cents may IIY be beobtained beoimtnined Je Jeohtilined
obtained from tho buyers later in the theseason theseason timeseason
Hon lon D II 1 retry 1tery came down from fromOgdcn CromOgllcn fromOgden
Ogden today to attend a I meeting meetng of the theboard thehORrd thehoard
board of directors dIrector of the Deseret Sav Savings SavIngs Saylags ¬
ings Hank HankII
II S Collett Colet postmaster postmater at Vernal Is IsIn IsIn isin
In the city cityLa cl cityLa
Grande Eastern Oregon Observ Observer
La 1 Ormle Easter Orlgon ¬
or Attorney torne J W Cherry who recent recently fCellt fCelltI ¬
ly I located locltell here from trol Salt Sal Lake and andT Inll Inllr
T 1 S Ivnnhoe 1lnhoe have 10 formed fOfloll a copart copartnership copnrtaHrshlp copartaership ¬
nership < nd are now no located In the theHnhncnknmp thelohnenkamp timeIThhnenkamnp
Hnhncnknmp lohnenkamp building bullillnpEureka lJullllt buildingEureka
Eureka Reporter neporter fleporterQ C S Wotk and andMiss andlss andMiss
Miss lss Nora Councilman Counciman will wi be married marriedIn
In Salt Sni Lake City nest Tuesday by byRev byHe byltev
Rev He Clarence n thrown Mien Council Councilman Ullcl uvciI uvciIman ¬
man m n was IS formerly a well wel known re rel reldent reident l ldcnt
dent of Eureka and Is a very err charming charmingDyspeptic chumlngDyspeptic charmingDyspeptic
Dyspeptic People Peopleshould
should try Hostnters losttters Stomach Hitters HittersDont Iter BittersDont
Dont Dfnt expect epect one nc spoonful to cure clre your yourbut yourbut yourbut
but give Ive it n chance to Ret Jet at your our rni over overworked overworked overworked
worked stomach sto19ch lazy liver 1er nnd impure impureblood Impureblod impureblood
blood blod After Ater a while whie youll ouJ find fnd your yournerves yournerves our ourneres
nerves strong and your digestion
neres dlltlon per perfect pErfect perfect ¬
fect Use It I faithfully talhfuly be you 01 man mln or orwoman orwoman orwoman
woman and It I will surely cure you youSee youSee ou ouSee
See that a f Private Irlnte Revenue Stamp cov covers cover coyCr ¬
ers er Cr the neck nck of the Bottle BottleIT Dotte Dotter
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cvery day daylul tiny1Auth lolo
Ami lul tho tolling tc1n would 011 not grow fO tlreso
or trcsoI
coiii wo dont
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lany many In9 tlaS tlaSCause
Calso Cause tlllck chuck ng you sco se tlieiii I
i ti 01 thcl roul youll tikeone tatoon
Theyto rero 011 0111 1101Iulullrco hOhmulal prico suls sul4
7 51000 5100 1200 and RII 51500 liUO j
A full ful half hunlrcd patteln aICIn9 to sclect from II
Hnjbo nlo more moreAll 1010 moioi
1 i All In 1111oliar popular fairies fairiesFancy fn rlcR Q
1 lucres lefes Fancy nucv dine tllc Worsteds Worstcls Sc Sorges clfe m ninck 1ICK Knney Worsteds Cheviot Cffl lrbj lrbjr fanyCa Fancy CaII I
fliovro Thcro suits sllts that wo know
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lore lilOre lilOreI 011 fll 10St stores at a aFnbrles fOlrlh tHrill to tlbfrd a tlr Ii 1 I
I fhcro RIO other suis suits n as low n S7O 750 anll an as j
43 good ns 83U00 83U00nhrlcs 830110nlirlcs
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I7cl 1OZOih ot ltte lIttle thluJs thliit you cOlhrs ou necII ileet now 10neI I
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i Wo have given ginl some mat values valuestlio valutsthe
i 1 the Ilstew last few weeks weks in our 01101 ourspeeia special sales salesof i
of Childrens Chilhcns Cli Clothes ClothesNow Cothr ClothesNos
Ij 1 1Now
Now wo vo will wi malu1 an offer ofe for formen fOlmell
1 men
I Every Ever man ll needs a 1 suit for Lul Lulncss business uiisl uiislness
ness or 01 every ever day wear and such ser service micc service ¬
11 vice icc requires durability dUblly neatness of ofnppenmnce ofp
p I nppenmnce nnd poterns patterns that do tb not notshow 10t 10tI iiotshow
i show dust dustThats dusthts tiustPIiaVs
Thats just what worn going to tocivo togive i iivo
give ivo you 01 his 1 week wee Ii Weve about abouttwo abouttso 1
two dozen styles hero that tlnt posses possesevery IJOSCS j 4 4oveiy
i every over quality qUllty of a sensible business businesssuit bnlcss businesustilt Ij
suit They rho > were made 1110 to sell sel at atI l
t I 8100 1000 1200 and S1 1350 Oj for one oneweek OU OUwcel ohioI J
L t I week you 01 can have your OU choice for forI
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750 750If 7 50 o
i If If your 011 size is 35 or 01 o < H 1 or anywhere nn I ICI e etheso between tho two twotheso twoIliesu
theso snaps snl s will 1 interest intc1lst you youTHE
young lady while whie Mr Work was somo somotime somotime sometime
time ago principal ot o time Mammoth Mammothpublic Mammothpublc Mammothpublic
public publc school schoolMontpoller schoollontlleler schoolMontimehier
Montpoller lontlleler Examiner Ixarln IxamninerMiss Ml lss s Florence FlorenceUnderwood FlorcnceUnderwood iIorcnceUnderwood
Underwood and nn Miss ss Irene Douglas Doujas arc arcIn Irc IrcIn areIn
In Salt Sal Lake on a visit to friends trlents The Theformer ThefOImer Timeformer
former has been asked ked to sing nt the thecommencement thecommencemcnt timecommencement
commencement exorcises of the Colic Collegiate Cole Colegla Colicgiato ¬
giate gla to Institute Intute In Salt Lake LakeIron IakeIron LakeIron
Iron County HecordM H I Dalley Dlley Is IsIn IsIn isin
In Suit Sill Lake Iukl und I ni U I working awa nwailiiC nwailiiCIt > like liken Il
n leaver un the business bU lnlOs connected with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the surveys ot n number numhfr of townships townshipswhich towlsll11 towlsll11which townshuhmstvhmichi
which he Il recently made Inle In southern southernUtuli ouller ouLliortmUtaim
Utuli Utul He le cvpeclB e plln to complete hU hi work worknnd worlnnl worknrmd
nnd return rctur im inme nC about Juno JUI 1st i1t lie lieInforms HeIntorms lieinforms
Informs nnl us u init Lla t he han hal signed another anothercontract Inothcr Inothcrcontract anothercontract
contract to lo < government surveying surveyingwhich surcrlnl survcslnwhich
which will wi embrace olbrace more work And Andbring nndIrlng indbring
bring Irlng him more compensation compel aton than the theone theone thmCOne
one lio Is now completing completingKvanston completng completngI completingEvanston
Evanston I anston News Ueslster ltegister1rammk ltegister1rammkBecketead eslsterlrnlk eslsterlrnlkDfkstcd Frank FrankI
I ckstead Dfkstcd > the wcllknown wel knwn sheepman hNpmln of ofHalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake wax walin In Evanston Wednesday Wednesdaylooking Veminesdaylooking cllnes ay aylooldnn
looking up his Interest Interest In this county countyThomas countThol1nl countyJhomtinn
Thomas Thol1nl H I Denton left lee today tota on a abuslncis 1 abusiness
business s trip to St SI Louis LouisCaptain IulsCaptin LouisCapt
Captain Capt itm F F I Stoll Stol director general ccneralof elCral elCralat
of Captin the Kites street fair mind nd Kxaltod KxaltodUulcr J FxaitodRuler = xaled xaleduler
Ruler uler Icster Iest r Freed 1rlcl will wi leave this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week for the East to arrange tar aoino aoinoattractions lole loleatractions soinoattraction
attractions atractions for the street stree fair fairDr CnlrDr fairIr
Dr Uuclie and his charming bride left lefttoday let lettodar lefttoday
today for a visit to Los Ls Angeles ana anaother nnaother antiother
other Californian Caltornlan placet placetCashier placelCashier ploceCashier
Cashier H I B Young of the Def Deejtt DeejttNational < yct yctNational ct ctNatlona
National bank who left let Saturday even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing Natlona for Ban Francisco lnnclco on business U Uexpected I I Iexpected
expected to return rturn tomorrow tomorrowSecretory tom tomorrowSecretary rrow rrowSecrelDry
Secretory Axton of the Y II m1 I 0 A And Arnd Aand
rnd and nd MM Irl Axton left let for Ho ROlton ton today todayto toay toayto
to attend ntend the Golden Jubilee Jubiee Ot the as asloclatlon a aloclaton aspociation
loclatlon Sir Ir Axton gee Ioel as lS repreien repreientatlvo repreuntntlo representative
tatlvo loclaton of the Salt Sal Lake Lnle anoclation nloclaton nloclatonc asiociationJI4c
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