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nWjrt Merits the National Hank of thin He HepiHIc flejblc
piHIc wa 48 resumed ured before Julgallom Julgallomjhli
jhli thIs mttnlnfc JUJRIS Jui Dcy nrgUen thai thaitM titttHid
tM CMnawaiti jnomalt should be required tojIv to toSlvS
SlvS bo bapk a tonH tofl with two secure secureUM kOcurot1V4
UM m onlr th tht th tiw juretlej UrCtIe might bo borotIM honOiitd
col coll oI oII
rotIM l IC an attempt wan wa made to
of tho tholoit thtoIott
by rrtucntntloit
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bank M paid Ah Bin ifl lili b1 300 held heldIn Iteldtook
In rank dtycMt Tie court took the theNity case casewxltf
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The fuijgw of the th district court have havoflieJJno havexl
flieJJno Il e periods ertod for the January April Aprilat 4prtIr4
at xl ftptenitM Jio itemtr terms of court for 1902 1902In 1902I
In r4 I ftit L Lk k county the terms tcri 1 ulli ulliwmmcnco II IIy
wmmcnco on tho Becoiul Monday In InJ
J huanfAirlUnil September In Sum Summit ¬
mit IItC county y on the lint Monday In InFebruary I
February y and Octobei in Toocle Toocleunty
unty on the third Monday In t Febru February ¬
ary May ud October
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8 Iffyj a MoMkecjitr at Blnglmni BlnglmniJWNwnenccdwIt
JWNwnenccdwIt against the lluttei llutteineld
neld Mining company to collect 9D188v 104UJeo 9D188vall
all of lilch with the exception of J720 J720one 720 720purcbte
one eo by y the company corn for merchatulliu merchatulliupurchaser ulerchandisuhecki
purchaser chimed to ba due ilO for time timectecJu untodored
ctecJu owing to the miners I nera and en endor enIllOelver
dor dored d ly y th them n to Hays HaysHecelvcr
Hecelvcr Appointed Appointedu4
u4 ude Mali In chambers cha chanoon ere this nftei nfteir nfteicharjf
noon kppotnted Ifar ntgh recely recelyt1vr
er to take charjf car of tho carload of gold golara
t1vr r an correr a ra r valuea 1t nt ntho 1000 1000an
th ufethes on ht Kimball KimballitC1
an Jolah Uar ho itO furnIsh 11500 11500tttkcn J00etitutloit
itC1 ThIS tlc tttkcn at the e In InMining In1nu
etitutloit of the Mining MInIn com comhl coinagitet
1nu who II hl I nfcrnoon filed B BBarton cult cultCo2er
agitet the Barton onU Beven Devils DevilsCopper
Copper comtany Oregon Short SIIOrLIneet Line et
I Judgment fir 30000 30000Oencn U9OO U9OOGeveya
Oencn Klraball administratrix of ofthewtsto ofthetato
thewtsto of thft th Into Edwin KImbali KImbalitoi Kimbahito4otalnc
toi to4otalnc r obtained a judgment In default defaultntilnjtWJ defaulttllst
ntilnjtWJ tllst V 3 Pace for JWW JWWCOBUT 6000COURT
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Tho kmlng on tho writ of mandate
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7hi cuo againzt Barnfy Madsen Madsentd adsen adsencharre4
charre4 td with usIng nluslc language
tu Utf tt morning dlimUsfd on motion motionof
of defendants attorney Morrlj Sam SamIILURALLETTEJL
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IILURALLETTEJL CATTIFI1S CATTIFI1SSrectal
Bwdul to the Nens NensWashington Olv5 Olv5Vns1iIngton
Washington I 1l C i Dec 23Archle J JOrem 5Orern
Orem has 4 been en appointed rural letter lettercarrier letterearTlIr
carrier atJJtneham at Ceiyon Utah and
John W y Hill at 101 Botae Idaho IdahoPENSION Idaho1NSIQN
PENSION FOIl LAFAYBtrB CnOBHV CnOBHVWITCHEB CflOIfltyPtbon
Ptbon baa been gmntd Lafayto
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MOW WITCHEB IN WA8HINOTOV WA8HINOTOVWltch
Ilr Wltch vvlfe cf 0 Gtn J S SCounty
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depajme depajmeflEC1D
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County Board tQTiihrrs CollSfrs HO HOnnnoc 1s Jjeeii
Jioliflug Unlawfully UnlawfullyThe
The
county commluiier
today ordered that all
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Pervlsors r the nnnoc of ofon all w
this Yuir rofnsej the to pay their poll taz for
date
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belt tLltfl RfltCrd on onerraon o behftlf of
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of his ami vnlue IllTh ut utJft
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fenw flCV the clerk was wasdireetNi n nlrctwl
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to notify B rinonH
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lint 4 rod pSwio ItI 13 Ii h lKl ts It t ay U Hlrh It has Ufie Ufiefor uscitot
Thf board boardSnridtri hiUl hiUlcjniIdeI
thirty It Irty yw
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1M8 aftt taxes taX
the KmiruB Bt Antis Orphnn Orphnnin
iiValnut WHO grant ront tb l the pioiwrty lielns lielnsrfimpt liiltlatcmPt
in rfimpt from tiuutlon H AR b bfhIig < liK tiioil im for forch rnharILah1
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JIE11111i UiF SUCIKTY SUCIKTYOunrlorly sC1W1tYQuarlorly
Ounrlorly Conlureiiro of If Salt JakoStulto Lake LakeStuko
Stuko on gntunltCy gntunltCyThe uturtl3 uturtl3The
The quarterly eonferencu of Salt nltLalce nltLalceStake Lnlic Lnlictake
take wfl held In tin t hi Fourteenth ivard nA nAImll
Imll on Hntunin y iunim nticticlIig nclng nt t 10 10a i ia
a m JrioMuit HIHIW proildul Tlio Tliodir T1i T1ion
on 1 iIv fl biih my JV031111t JV031111tdLur
dir wns ftM HUIIK f Mluwid with player playerby iayerjy
by jy Sldiit i J I Hi vision Hymn HymnWeep hymnSeop
Weep VtC3 f > I I P r 2lozt I Minute Minuteof t I nu te teof
of wnfrretifi of M1 i lend and ap approved ti tiAll ¬
proved All fxieit flt flu blanches WWM WWMnidi vol voliv1rustflt1
iv1rustflt1 nidi CuiinNvloi S Annlu T TmlKiiiitlun P Phydes
hydes mlKiiiitlun tim HH HlRke KkC olllcuf thlCOt wua wuaload Wl3tad
load ami RI1 mi tc pud tt I und ii t1 cho WUH tu then thengiven thvugiven
given a vote > uti of iimnkN t Uvports of the theierople thfiesnple
ierople with wiic rcml rcmlOtnceri retulflflcers
Otnceri o of tin xtnurul board wute wutenmuitiiil svetcitistil
nmuitiiil itistil us ii IIH r foIl > ii K KH sII
H W Y Smllli Ilmldint IlmldintAnnl trttItntAnnie
Annie T 1 llydi Jii Iltit t Counselor CounselorI
I S Ijufcnbur HI sciniI mnd counselor counselorBmnwlliic eounaelorEninsehl
Bmnwlliic tie H I i < K li suietary suietaryClarlM ssietaryCIarIu
ClarlM H t Uliiiiiim VI I hi s tuasurti tuasurtiHTAMIdKKHUUH titnsurrl
HTAMIdKKHUUH HTAMIdKKHUUHM l F S FtI lltH lltHI
M I I Jliim iI in KhIln lil < iit iitSarnh t tSarati
Sarnh J iuii Cunrn n tlrt tli i ounnejor ounnejorClitiH ounseIvCISIEN
ClitiH C Iuniuin LI fllt U wuund oountulur oountulurJiilla Co unelurJulia
Julia S Vlt iKll < wiritary wiritaryMaria i4PurctaryVArla
Maria V Niliox KJiiniKindlnif sec secretary sccretail ¬
retail retaryMa retailtitIC
Ma titIC l C Hull irtiu trssuurer trssuurerJulia urcr urcrJulia
Julia C Jloin Lydia D I Alder and andnil andall
nil prfId ireeldent nts uf i hiiituti > iuiulu alil alilJreiWent nh1realdent
JreiWent II Nmlth SHld 8110 ho ff felt feltthat > lt ltthat
that ih she Imd H s m giiit at leniionflblllty but butwith bjtvhthi
with her counvlms with whom nhr Siheva4 nhra
va4 > a wall pl lIeae2 a wl nnd the many wlw wlwoted vhiuvoted
voted to iu euetntt tnln h licr < r hc could by th thhelp thhelp
help of lh t lii Lord il di whu hut I WIIH iv rttI < tuuo tuuoof tel telof
of liei liar rouinelur A T L Hyde mild Hh Hhfelt 1le 1lefell
felt Billet lt ll f Sorli 0r14t ij ttntk rk Is ft micro icre1 icre1resuoneIhhltty 1 1responilbluty
responilbluty on n rviy ofllin and andmember tlfldutentijer
member thnt the twicers nhmiiil hIl I 1 l hijolt hijoltalter ioH ioHntter
alter lh tlIlIr lr ii ptttUc blocks Spolto of ofthe oftile
the friendship the tb Jmphet Jnm JIlHitt i h bore boreto borto
to women and thnt she felt I tin tuop tuoptr ijnpr
tr r thins to cilihintp unhfinitllv his hisbirth hII hIIbirth
birth Spoke of ilv tI HlwrRl t nwtloim nwtloimof ins i iof
of I lie i PeOPl opW nt ChiliitmaH hi htln114 tlmo t Ifl Iflthat riiJ riiJthat
that the soiletli oilet tpi i shuild dlUilbut te It Itfreely ItfreolP
freely and equally eqt11llIYCOtifrs0t1041 equallyCoiifCKitlwj
CoiifCKitlwj ftrljiiuintd odjou rnd til 2 oVIOfk oVIOfkIlfiteillotlon oeldekItenclhtlon
Ilfiteillotlon by Clan Cl tri C 1 Cannon CannonThe Canti fl flfile
The attoinciim scsion va < > illnl to torrdur 10crdGr
rrdur at 3 otlmk ly Ilvuldint Homo HomoHymn llorflhiysItri
Hymn We tlwnlc fl 0 Uc Jt > l far n itIlrooht n1rophtt
1rophtt prijcr h by Maria Wlliox Wllioxllymn tko tkohymn
Hymn Hymnllorne Praluo to the naii lesklent 1ek1nthome
home polw on tin it V nd iharactcr iharactcrol
ol tho 1WplWt JD J1 ei ilt h Hmlth the dllll dllllrulllH dliiiultIK
rulllH he had tn In uiter J > iter In doing doingthfl lolngthe
the work h je vi tii tIwtltect tiied to nccoin nccoinpllsh OCCOUIpihli
pllsh She Md eh bf wi H fumlllnily OH OHwclftted antoclOteti
wclftted with hiir nnl svt ttmt he liemany drew drewmany
many to him by ttu i potei iw of Ood of ofwhich olithlcit
which he wa vae nlnv POWCNHM tinunity tin tinmany
many have Uintldcd who tdichcj his hisbunu lifeIrifdnt
bunu bunuli
li Irifdnt ld nt n W V Umitli followed say snyIns sayln
Ins ln sJi h had a twtmuny of tlu Pmphet PmphetJas PiophietJoaltiti
Joaltiti Jas pb before rtn oser saw him fm tlato tlmt tlmthe
he o wa ul i1e l of f ihnirmtloni nhcl nhclnvolatlon atl1revelation
revelation she he was ts oftin In his sudotj sudotjphi
phi hie VfM at the nrraiilutlon of the thoBelief theIteltef
Belief Society vlilih hih he eft effoteil > tod In InNattvoo In7itttvoo
Nattvoo which ho often visited hut thatcle hutelo
elo heard him onct nay I will llvo llvonnd hlvctand
and die among you yet you da not notknow notnot
know not mo moAirs inciIrc
Airs M is W V Wilcox said she remem remembered remenibored ¬
bored well thd nlcht of his death thatthero that thathero
hero m no sl ahe c > all nature sonnLtl sonnLtlawake eenwdawake
awake Mrs Lmlflrt L inl > f rt Mid Hlie vnn also alsorcqualnted atocqttaInted
rcqualnted with him and testified lint linthe
he had a power with him that alto ehoii altorovor
rovor ii or know another to toMra POSBPM POSBPMMrs
Mrs naMutt arid Counselor B S SCannon ICannon
Cannon also teHtllled that they wore woreticqualntfd verotIcqUUhlIte3
ticqualntfd vith tho latterday lnttor day Pro Prophet lrotdiet ¬
phet phetpresident tdietJrohlesit
president Angus H Cannon wan the thoapeaker theiext
iext apeaker raid he had hcmia tlio tlioProphet thirProphet
Prophet Joseph bear n tentlmouv of ofOod ofClod
Clod niflkc of hh mlsilon and flint of ofour ofour
our Savior nuLl oomporod their trials trialsand trialsand
and perisecutlonCounselor pemcutlony pemcutlonyCouniclar
Counselor 3 K Taylor said wljpn wljpnhe vhienhe
he was n young man preachlnc to the thopeople thepeople
people his hI mind would at t time becoino becoinodarkened beomodarkennd
darkened and lv h l amod that Jf lie liewould hetoild
would boar n tontlmony of JoReihiSmith JoRopli JoRopliPmlth
Smith he would Immediately rocclvi rocclvillBhl reclvelltht
llBhl and lnt ftlhIehe lllsena > to tenth the ice joople icef1e
ple Ha referred t tn the time when hl hlfaith his hisfaith
faith wai wygtrwr a atrnoT that n touch of his hishand hitshand
hand would hrnl tho t nick n an It didvhieit did didwhen
when he nrowk rtie0 d the river at Niuivoo Niuivoothat Nrtuvoothat
that ho held tlif keys of every thins thinsbat thinghet
bat U recjulicd to t take ke u ua Into the thepresence theIrelence
presence of par Heavenly Father FatherMni Fatherhire
hire flarth F 1 Cinion n wan ntxt not setapirt notnptrt
nptrt at counsdor to Mm Hoi I1itic UK l lElder by byElders > >
Elder Angus M Cannon and Joseph K KTaylor EtftyIor
Taylor TaylorJujla tftyIorJtihl
Jujla 8 Woollty n as secretary oer tBry of the theStake thestake
Stake Itellef Sixicilog iithl f and Amelia W Wru WWrdiop
Wrdiop ru > op na Bocrctaty of the Saturday SaturdayTilt
Tilt conttrencp wnii wn then adjourned adjournedfor
for or three months Song This Clod Is IsJJw hethe
JJw the Q God l we adore Benediction by
Elder A M Cannon CannonJ
J S WOOLLRY WOOLLRYSecretary WOOLLPYsecretary
Secretary
tSlll1PlJl tSlll1PlJlthe PS POEMS POEMSTin
Tin many friends frtendefEhi1er of Elder Henry Vf VfNulHbltt Vtniatittt
NulHbltt niatittt will learn with pietism o that thathe thathe
he haN cat gathered her J Mm of bin poojl pokal pokalWorks < al alwork
work together In a volume w lilt 1ikhi h Is on onalf iiisaIe
saIe alf > for or the holiday wanon asn In the thocourse thecouree
course of many jf tis IH nrutlvr NnlHbltt
ban written hl hIM thought on n ailpy of ofthemes or orthemes
themes In > f > etl tiP w r e some of athiae whlih
have appro nM In print In niluu8 local localpublications I oeaipuhlleatonR
publications Theli KUiiloctn rouge from fromgrave frotnrsve
grave rsve to KJV froin ountlnuniH of h hv hvand o ond
and nd frlendMilp tii t tpH d f Hvmpathv s > inpitth inpitthr4VerPnCe ind indrcverente
rcverente nnd in t a ul in t to be l mnd Itiflrthouht
thoufht to itnkt n kindred rhorrl In
human he heirt rts The author ha has allpd <
hi Otis rolleulim UhMmlote ROy n1et5 In Muny
Slooiin and th lie nlime In the w way ly
of blnillnir Parr r ami gcnernl dHln IH IHtu
tu f bamJinmr an tty t tn be fnnnd In the
literary market Th < hlndlnR la In u
eholoe rtnde of jrrwn iih RUM ii lettr > tt > r
ln Ins r and the lemon 1inv rrr flr gilt elBcd iscd The
hook will mnkf an a nppnmilnto nivl
bandnorc Chrlitnni pifrt anil with
Its many qt qahiti lltp nt r CM iintur In v i re c
nnrt forn > to rwonirn rernnl mi It rhould httt1 br brThe
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l Inn mr 11 in n now nffll atlthtei < tfl with dcfec
th I h lil n hut rur 1t In f oonltlontly onli ntly hojiod
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future of the cvonlnj enIng
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in th lid CatheIrel ah K
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the leasing of mlnornl mlnornlre rninernliaflThinUItaui
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the 1h secretary of the Inweeh In Intciiorjora
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sawosectttary tary today anti said that thatwhich thattIiq
tIiq which he had expected expectedRotten czpectedcottIob
cottIob Rotten and its tomorrow tomorrowfor
Is thhireTtday for tiling the samo Mr Mri MrStititerland
Stititerland nhIl i not mnko any oilier othorrWt oilier1I1II
trtnvp 1I1II hi the rWt matter mat icr at proient vroIerttiAdk
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K Go Sons who ircently had hadhis hadii
his ii hjjij f1 froxn on the Ued Doaort In InVyomlnsljj5ii3 inWYotng7
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dtrcf etrctrsU1nee t lysldenre where nil of the toes toesof toesut
of thgirighl tuot iuO will have to be am amputntcdPlpIr atmiputrteulMr
putntcdPlpIr locy over 8n ajnaks akH highly of ofthOiunforturjutci ofthe
thOiunforturjutci the untortunme man who ho says ha habnalthful has hasbt0rtixfnlthful
bt0rtixfnlthful holder In his employ for fortho forth
tho th laajjtfip yars Mr trnndall was wasunfoftunatjl wacunoFttJnateIy
unfoftunatjl confuiri with uih another anotherrecent anothernitiTererltitji
nitiTererltitji recent unite of thla paper papera paiteraiilJwas
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ENGINEERBERRYHE ENGINEERBERRYHEUnion ENGINEER BERRY BERRYI9ATIK
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The rifopoultlbiHobrlntr Protodbtl obiIi both the theUnion Ii IiUnIon
Union Puclflo nni thc central lrtcin
into Salt ifjKo 1aku dlty lty Continues contIntme on oh thcj itt
boards Hf hmIf Bnftnwr pprry of o tho lb
Union Pndno Iocl lIe I oojtlng ovir th ground trotmlm
between Poulvj osilvhhlo lo itnd S tlt U UKo City CL
flH It IB bellovwi with a vlow to cnrry
Inff out the lopKohqrlshcd project prJuct of ofcut u ucut
cut oft for the Union Puclflc from
CoalvlUo to this city > lnjor Vllkcn VllkcnHurvuyod uhhkv uhhkvsuurvood
Hurvuyod urh n route wtno cinte yours niro ag
for hl It is rodpiifled rri i sQl tltiih tI hut nnd ii au Wyotnlnir WyotnlnirrO YOItiI Ii IiioR1
rO ioR1 l i IV y Is g KVJ KVJIng Jh
Ing this line a mohttontlon in9 nlltittlcm nlltittlcmtitiJtiet J JIN
titiJtiet IN I Holds Itovlvtd After n nIrtinjj i i1dPt
Irtinjj 1dPt Htnto iiF iiFthitt r Coiun CoiunTlm
Tlm Union Mntlon that liny for ir no i
long boon 1ioposed for title city l Is Isghost u uKlioHt
ghost that will not lawn When hui thu thuHlo itt ittJib
Hlo Jib Cltnndo and tho t he Short Line ofllclftlH ofllclftlHrifiroed ohilelithttroed
rifiroed ovur tv year ago Upon a depot depoton dOluOtt
on the went side It wits believed tho thomuch tim timniucii
much vexed problem iii ohhrti hud boon Holwd HolwdBut olii1flut
But lo anti behold thu Now York ark ends endsof i mtd mtdIr
of thu roads who hold tho pursu t4ttittto t4ttitttotilled Ulnf < H Hfailed
failed to we It lit that light tnrt tnrttho 1111 1111the
the Kcltomo fell Into ft ntnto of cotna
Hut lion managements have come upyu upyuthy uptithu
thy u cene since then and tho mutlr Imiatt Imiattlit
la being talked over In Now York vlih vlihn
n fptiHurmblo expectatldn thin I htli unto it itsomething t tsomething
something belmj done doneTho ilinerho
Tho city council will nvhhl bo o nsltcd again
for HUH franchises covering tho situ mutlitrttioim ¬
ation and practically tha mime as tho tholim liiiflst
lim frutirhlBcw granted HID principal hirtntIpndifferoitee
dlffcrenco being that 100 ycnrs franchise franchisewill is iswill
will bo asked for Instead of oho tot GO GOycara 61 61ycurL
ycara Mr sfr leo J 1 Oould Is known to tobo ti tibe
bo In favor of the plnn plnnTUN iilntiTflN
TUN 1UUAUNH JIUUNI3I JIUUNI3IWrookfl 3IIJIiilVion1cs
Wrookfl on iii Union Paulllu Voro Kx Kxlionalvo IxlwnshvcNnIrnw
lionalvo lwnshvcNnIrnw Narrow Narrow8rcclal i50Liice i50LiiceErvctal
8rcclal Corniipondence CorniipondenceChoyennu CnriospoitchencoCtnoycmttin
Choyennu Wyo yo Peg lplwslnes on ontho oi oitime
time Union P lAllu illlo Js moving with n nrush I Ituehi
rush today timid an itt almost endless endlessutrlns endhes endhesetrin
utrlns etrin of trains la running ruitmmhzi end endvoitt onst nnd nndAVrfBt
AVrfBt out of tho cty Thin blockades blockadescaused hhockitdenUscd
caused by tho dleastroua wreck vrcck on Sher Sherman Shtcrtiltirt
man Hill I liii Nag iis lifted shortly after aftciOciotk 2 2oclock
oclock thlo t Jim morning niormm I tig nhd ii nil passenger passengertrains acsomi git gittrains
trains began sgnrt to move Tuesdays No NoC
C i cached the city about I 3 oclock and andtho timic timictime
time Ntfvcn or eight iiauaonKor nnd tutu tututrainmi moll molltmlna
tmlna behind her caindi 11110 stringing In ten tennnd totanti
anti twenty minutes apart until after afterdaylltfht aftet1ayiIji
daylltfht t Westbound trains t jutd imtcl bean beanscut b ci ciscI
scut scI on to IJorlc Otto Granite Canyon Canyonund Citityottnd
und Uafoid and as poem as the tht tvach tvachat ttiteliat
at Sherman had been cleared they too looaped tooapril
aped on their way
Aa soon us the thi passenger bushiest had hadheon bradImeett
heon started the many height fi iltht tralnn tralnntied tralnitied
tied up v alcnpr alcti the several dlvlslottim dlvlslottimfdved iihvitlunti ii iioled
fdved orders to tucjycj forward nncl an joh johthe on onbite
the ciitlu C line uns a scene o of Kreat ac activity nOttvhIy ¬
tivity ttvhIyery
Very ery few snov pfown ate belnu ruh ruhtoday ruhLoiay
today fur iii the weather has moderated moderatedto
to such nn extent that thin snowbuck snowbuckInn
Inn machines are not noitied except In Ina ina
a a low jlaceIt jilates jilatesIt
It Is learned that a Pullman porter porternamed portertarried
named Merrlficld was Injured In the thewreck theirrock
wreck at Sherman ho being In charge chargeof chmaror
of r the PuUtiun cars Hid JfIm1nJuries Injuries were weronot wereriot
not povcro and ho wa si < able to oat oa his hisfltflhil lil lilmenls
menls yestenlny without much effort effortIt
It lu tlltted that the accident at atSliorman atiierittan
Sliorman wit enticed by the negligence negligenceof
of Urakemnn Mostollar who fell asleep asleeprt
In rt hlfi cabooie and failed to BO back backand
and llg the fellowplow trnln Ho Was Wasonly WitsIihy
only Hllghtly hurt but those that view viewed viewd ¬
ed d thin wreck und tIme splintered condi condition conditort ¬
tort of the caboose In which Moitellur MoitellurIH
IH 5 saUl lo havo been sleeping day his bilescflje hiscsonin1
csonin1 Is nothing short of mltaculous mltaculousIt
It Is Mated that m addition to the thoeight thenigh
eight nigh Pullman tourist tftra burned at atShrrman n nftiermnan
Shrrman two standard Pullman Pal Palnoo laitee
tee filoeplusr cars wero also destroyed destroyedThin destroyedride
Thin fliiitnnont la Innde by M B BYoung Eoung
Young oung n Uenvcr horieman who was wascoming wasoniing
coming east with two carloads of ofhorses oftorsos
horses nnd who VtO wan set out at Laramlo LaramloHe
He said ho rode In one of the palace palacoslecprog palacelerpfltg
slecprog urH from Green river to Lara Laratnle Lararile
rile A carload of dried fruits Is said saidto ald
to 0 have also been burned burnedThere burnedThere
There Is no truth In the report pub published hubIslied ¬
lished by Denver papers that tourist or orother orstimer
other cars were burned In the Solon Solonwreck Solotivreclc
wreck wreckConsidering vreclcConidertng
Considering the th number of wrecKH wrecKHnnd wreica wreicauid
nnd severity of tIne weather tIm ofl oflclala olfllab >
clala lab of the Union Pacific are to bo bocommanded b bOmflfltOfldd
commanded for their efforts In raising raisingtho
tho blockade in so short a time tlmoFuel timeFuel
Fuel Having Apparatus ApparatusSpecial itvrinratlls3peclal
Special CorroHpondencc CorroHpondenccPocatcllo Correcpon ence ence1ocateflo
Pocatcllo Idaho Dec 21 21EngInc Engine 582 582in 192S
in S equipped with a fuel saving appara apparatus appalaue ¬
tus ue that will burn coal dust and slack slacknnd slacktad
tad Is supposed to give as good results resultsas
as Le another engine burning acroened acroenedconl acreeneulcal
cal She la to undergo a trial im immediately lntnedhittely ¬
mediately and If successful chic will willrevolutionize wiltevoluttnize
revolutionize the fuel problem Vf II IIRemington IItemnbngton
Remington formerly of thla city la lainterested Isutereated
interested in this coal saver saverShops paver81Oll
Shops at Imranilc atLitrattileIpectal ImranilcSpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceLaramie CorrespondenceI4araniie
Laramie Wyo Dec D0 19 Work on the theBrads therrade
Brads of the th Iiramle Hahns Peak PeakPacific Peakaebi1c
Pacific has closed down probably for fortho forho
tho ho winter Contractor Callannn sent sentIn sentn
In n word ycnterilay yectcr y that the weather weatherwns
wns so Hovero on flip Laramlo pining piningthat plalnhint
that It wns impossible to do any work workHe vorkTo
He To will store his tools and pasture his hisstock histoek
stock near Centennial and at tho first firstnlgns tOtallgn
nlgns lgn of good wcathor operations will willbe vllle
be e reburned reburnedGeneral roumedClenoral
General Manager Hhlpman states that thatthe thatho
the ho work of purchasing ties rails and andbridge andrIdge
bridge timber for the line will bo push pushrd pushnl
rd nl Just the name and an l the material plac placed iacd ¬
ed d on the ground ready for building buildingoporatlonp buildIngperatlonR
oporatlonp In the spring springIt i iIt
It Is believed that with the ptart ptarttho ptartho
tho ho graders hivc securwl they Wll Wllbe 03le
be e able to keep In advance nf the thotinck theinelt
tinck layers and brldgo riCIg builders al although albough ¬
though both start work nt ths tit same sametime citmoline
time In the spring springWOIUC cprinVOIU
WOIUC OLOSUO DOWN DOWNKnllfl flOWNa1hs
Knllfl a1hs Tips ami antl1trldgo TtrlrtRO Tlmbop Par Purulinsod Parcltitaod
ulinsod IVir Wyoming float ItoaclHpcclal floatiahCorrOepohCnce
Hpcclal Corrfispohaence iahCorrOepohCnceLaramlo CorrfispohaenceLaramlo
Laramlo Wyo Dec 19 20A A pershtont pershtontlumor peraistMntumor
lumor U afloat here to the effect that thatthe thatlie
the lie shops of the Union Pacific at this thisplace thislace
place lace are to bo opened eitd In the near fu future f U Uure ¬
ture ure It Is said that engines are con continually ionInually ¬
tinually breaking down between Chty Chtycnne Ch Chnile
nile and Rnwllns and that repair ropalrshops repairhope
shops nt title place ire re an absolute ne neccslty nocatty
catty H vaHJlRured that the new newcompound newompoun
compound ompoun engine would furnish fully fully2G full fullI
2G I per cent more ntoropOWer power between Qhey Qheyonne hey heynne
onne and Ilawllna but Instead they nro nrosaid nrcI1
said I1 to have furnwhed 25 per cent less lessthan lesshan
than the lmplo typfr of locomotive for formerly forerly ¬
merly erly In use Railroad men and es especially cceclally ¬
pecially the engineers predict that It Itwill itjIlt
will be but a matter of a short time timeuntil timenIh
until nIh the Union Pacific replace the theI
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compounds with Homotlitntf el ohee e The Thecnclncors Jh JhOtlgiflClrS
cnclncors claim JJiQ rompotinds ro roHnoui cnuoo cnuooiJiio CR010Ifbtt
Hnoui Ifbtt trouble ii tbfniJiio iJiio tllfllcult tl tln to keop keopttfunuoh hoe hoet
n t ropalr dud ilncmirilo ilncmiriloi tnutt 410 ttfunuoh dii intiolm wor worI voilt voiltchsln
i I K Anomo other typos tjielvf of ofHllKM engines chslncnclncors engines8tlJCli
HllKM AND ANDAuditor l1ib l1ibMMlitor
Auditor C UJ Jt MoNltt amid Chief Clark ClarkOrulcknlmnli Clor ClortttiIttkhttlt
Orulcknlmnli of lie Hhott Wno have haveroturnod htttvruturned
roturnod froins8li tfniln oimi On the mat matt
t or r of the proposed IntorclwnifMUlo IntorclwnifMUlofictlp
fictlp Mr MoWIM pftys oyii TJio object t Is Isto I Ito
to afford a convcinlcitco to travilInK travilInKnw travohiniirtt
nw A set scrip lp book can be bought for forJn to tofl5
Jn amid this will b itu good for this put puioliinn putChifl6im
oliinn of tickets on nil tho ItO llneB In tlut tlutii Iht Ihtttgriletnott
ii ttgriletnott r etnent Including iiraotlcnlly nil llio llioWfhtern thi thiWitermn
Wfhtern roads When the book IH i liMe liMetI il ilup
up tI < ii rcbnlo probably nveraRrw rtveragtttWbiI 16 16Will
Will bi 1 glvon providing the signature signaturemade sltnattliOaniido
made during cnch trip mo those of tho thooigliwl ult ultOvgIittii
oigliwl purclmHur purclmHurWcRlorn pureluj8rWestern
Western roadH are Issulnj nnnuat nnnuatIISHOH nununtlasnes
IISHOH for tho coming yrai1 yea to roads roadswest roadttmnt
west of Chicago only The mails east eastof ens ensof
of there have not sent passes went BO BOrnr 5 5fti
rnr fti and flit nonu will be sent east froy troi tht thtvoiitcin lb lbWonitci
voiitcin a rpndH u Is sti strictly lolly tit Ii for or tat tatAt tatItt
At n meillng recently of the Berierul BerierulRents icrIerLl icrIerLlRatuts
Rents of the roftdn went of Chluis Chluism
In m Chlcngo colonial rules for the Jfst Jfstor t tof
or thf thi winter were ngrecd to They Theywill rind rindtvIhi
will b be 33 3 from OhlciiBo to California Californiaoriu
oriu way uml 131 30 to o Montana points pointsi
i Irlceta will bo sold on certain dates datesIhC batesihe
IhC ftc Clnturto diners Jmvo joe joecitlio Just Justcome
come out of thu pitlnt shop anl ott look lookUs htioltirat
tirat Us I talc nut shops In thin thni ctfy lit utiv litVIy
v VIy < iy busy JtlHY8ERVICE8
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8ERVICE8 IN INTAKE
STAKE WARDS WARDSIn ADS ADSIn
In tho vttilotis urcjs of Bait Luke LukemiikQ LsikiI3tnk
miikQ last evening tuclal services Acre Acrehsld wonIjd
hsld to Komtnemoiatt the life nail la lar
hi > r of thy martyred Prophet Joseph JosephHmlth Joe1tI3ntItit
Hmlth HmlthSecond I3ntItitSctiid
Second WardTho Hecond h4eeoiidmneoting ward wardjneotlnp
jneotlnp house was throngiil last night nightwy nigitimy
wy incmbera of if the tnard i ard The mtmorlnl mtmorlnlftddrourf tatniorinflddroe
ftddrourf was delivered by Eider David DavidJIcKunzle DavitlcitOtizie
JIcKunzle ntid It Was ns a I tine effort He Hebiought 11 11brought
brought logic and reason to Dare upon upontho upomthtU
tho necuHElty of such n mission ns Jo Joseph 10ceidt ¬
seph HmlthH tniI1n H nnd tho plmmlbliity of oftho 01 01the
the latter H claims In tho world oriuI The Thentilogy Thinnubogy
ntilogy ho pimiounccd ttion the char charinfer charactor
infer anti ernottnllty of the hiroPImelvaIt prophet prophetwas
was choke find the people thoroughly thoroughlyenjoyed thtoroughnlenjoyed
enjoyed the meeting meetingSeventh meetingSeventh
Seventh WardTho people of tin thoSeventh tin4vntim
Seventh word turned out In strong strongnumbers stron stronnumbers
numbers to the memorial services last lastnlfiht hadIiightt
nlfiht fbi address was manic by Elder Elderflftinuel Eldet1iunueI
flftinuel Richards who wag personally personallyacquainted personahIocnittntlntcd
acquainted with the Prophet Joseph JosephSmith JoseptSmith
Smith and anu of Oliver Codcry The Thespeakers Timapeaker
speakers poreonnl reminiscences of tOo thoProphot tOoIrnphmet
Prophot and his colnbomtor wtro of ofn 01 01ci
n very Interesting nature and won weroIntoned wonlIstened
Intoned to with closo attention attentionTwelfth attentionTwelfth
Twelfth Ward rirtOTlmo The scrvlcaa In the theTwelfth timiTwelfth
Twelfth Wafd were very IntercHtlng IntercHtlngA
A special quartet furnished line music musicnnd musicamid
amid nn uxcullfnt address on the Life IAclabors LifeLtbors
labors and death of the Prophet Jo Jofloph Jolieph
floph tVns tntdtdtv0rcd lUUvorcd by Kldcr Seymour SeymourR
R Young rime speaker Invested his hissubject liiiuntilijeet
subject with more than pasting Interestby Interest Interestby
by i elating a t number or 0 Intcrstlng nn nnocdotcjs anecdOts
ocdotcjs of tho prophet of which ho hoBOcmcd Incaoeier1
BOcmcd to haVc an liirxhnuotlblo fund fundTho fundrho
Tho attendance woe largo and tine In Inter Intet ¬
ter shown wan very marked markedEighteenth marlcqdEIgmteemitlm
Eighteenth Ward Warul At t the EighteOnth EighteOnthwarcl Elgbntenthard
warcl ard an Immense congregntlon nseim nseimbled
bled The hqll was prettily decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith
with holly streamers and wreaths wreathsdraped wreathsdrctped
draped around n largo sized portrait olthe of oftho
the Prophet A A large choir rendered renderedspecial renderedspecIal
special musical numbers George eorgo D Py Pypvr Pyer
pvr er Bang A i Poor Wayfaring Man of ofOrlef offlrief
Orlef tho hymn which Klder John JohnTavlor JohnTaylor
Taylor hang to time Prophet In Carthago CarthagoJail 1nrthitgtJaIl
Jail only a short time before his mar martyrdorn martyrdofl1
tyrdorn MMI Plorenro Dlnwoodoy rang wngTJK1 rangThe
The Vnknowi nknotvi Oravo n pong coin coinPosed cointoeeI
Posed by b thd titdr Prophets piiots son David Allan AllanUmma MIscErnzni
Umma Lucy antes was called out of oftho otthe
the congregation to sing 0 ye Motto Mountains MottotIris ¬
tains High the entire house Joining JoiningIn
In time chorus Tho addresses of the thotiVqnlng theamting
tiVqnlng wero rendered by Elder Frank Franklin Franktin ¬
tin S Richards mid nishor 0 P Whit Whitjluy Shitnoy
jluy the first giving a sketch of the thamain thertrtin
main events In the life of the Prophet Prophetnnd
and tho last rendering n brief discourse discourseon
on tho thi ynrloim dispensations of the thodospol theiiospol
dospol and the Importance of the finalt1o final finalotto
otto t1o of which the Prophet Joseph SmIth Smllhstood SmIthiood
stood at tuft head headTwentieth headTwentieth
Twentieth Ward WardTho Tho memorial ser services sorvices ¬
vices in the Twentieth ward were very verylargely verylargely
largely attended The principal ad addresses adirOeses
dresses were mndu by b Eider John JohnClark Johniark
Clark and Illshop Romney both of ofwjiom ofwionm
wjiom wionm oro personally acquainted with withtho vithLhe
tho Prophet Joseph Smith Other brief briefpppechfs brIefpeoolmOs
pppechfs were made by Miss Geneve GeneveClark Geneychark
Clark hark In behalf of time Sunday Reboots RebootsMrs eboo1e1rs
Mrs 1rs Alberta R Russell lepicsentlug lepicsentlugthn
thn Young Ladles association and andticorge and1eorgo
ticorge Evans representing the Young YoungMens YoungtenS
tenS association associationTwentyfirst ascocintlatiTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst Ward wantThe Tho people of oftha
tha Twenty Pventyf1rst first ward observed the an anniversary anilvorsttry ¬
niversary of the birth of the Prophet ProphetJoseph ProphetToceph
Joseph Smith In a special memorial and andHong andtong
Hong service In the ward afswmbly afswmblyrooms arsemblyoame
rooms oame last evening The program was wasas wasUI
as follows followsHymn followsflyam
Hymn The Martyr MartyrCongregation MartyrCongregationPrayer Congregation CongregationPrayer
Prayer PrayerLet PrayerLet
Let the Mountains Shout ShahItWard ShahItWardthoIr Ward Wardchoir
choir choirSolo thoIrHoiq
Solo sacred sactenlF F C Graham GrahamQuartet GrahamQuartet
Quartet LasS Hope IlopeAnnie Annie Owen OwenHelena Owenrolemma
Helena Walsh W C Caetleton J D DOwen Dwen
Owen OwenRemarks wen wenRemarks
Remarks The Prophet JosephJo JosephJoniah Joseph Jo JoBlah
Blah Uurrows UurrowsSolo OJUrrowoSolo
Solo Eacred sactedJohn John Robinson RobinsonSolo RobinsonSolo
Solo Kacred racrcu1Prlcilla Prlscllla Livingston LivingstonS6lo
S6lo sacred sacreulOoorge George D Pyper PyperAnthem PyperAnthem
Anthem Christmas Carol 1Ward 1Warddiohr Ward Wardchoir
choir choirProf diohrProf
Prof J J McClellan accompanist accompanistTwentyneoond accompanistTtventyreeoni
Twentyneoond Wnrd WardIn In the Twen Twentysecond Twenysieond ¬
tysecond ward last night Elder C W WPenropp Wenroe
Penropp enroe gave an Interesting addressIpon address addressupon
upon the dlVlna dIti e mission of the Prophet ProphetJoseph Prophetrsephi
Joseph Smith The speaker proceeded proceededto
to I divide kin discourse Into three parts partsfrom partsfrom
from the Latterday Saint standpoint standpointthat
that he was a Prophet of God and andrum nndfrom
from rum the stand token by the unbeliever unbelieverthat unbelieverhat
that Joseph JoophmSnittht Smith was cither a ba base basempoter o oImposter
Imposter or elw eIr was a religious fanat fanatic ¬
ic C who believed that he saw and heard heardthe heardhe
the he things which he suhseiuentiy sub equently gave gaveto
to 0 the world The speaker releod releodthn
thn he subject from all standpoint standpointshowing standpoIntsbowing
showing that these three were the only onlvvlows onlybows
bows that could ho held on the subject subjectand subjectt1I
and t1I that but ono of them could bo cor correct or oreel ¬
eel and tlmn logically pulled to pieces piecesthft pIecesh
thft h theories advanced by unbelievers unbelieversregarding unboitevereegardin
regarding tho character and work of ofth ofh
th h martyred Prophet Elder Pcnrosf Pcnrosfcloied Penroselosed
cloied his address by bearing a very verystrong verytromtg
strong testimony that Joseph Smith Smithwns Smithafl
wns afl n Prophet of God A large con congregation eonrogation ¬
rogation listened attentively to the re remarks renarlis ¬
marks of Hie ih sucnUor sucnUorFourth etnoskerFottrb 1
Fourth Ward WordThe The people of tho thoFourth thaourth
Fourth ward bell appropriate services serviceslast 5CVICCsid
last id night In honor of the Prophet A Avory Acry
cry line address was delivered by El Elder 1lor ¬
der or Ephralm Jensen who wht portrnypd portrnypdIwftutlfuHy portraelrutiftilly
IwftutlfuHy tIme life and character of ofJoseph ofoseph
Joseph Smith and the scope of his di divine dlhue ¬
vine hue micron The ward choir ron rendered ronnrr4 ¬
dered rriuRlo suitable to the occasion occasionFifth occasionFifth
Fifth WnrdThe life career anti nnddeath antioath
death oath of the Prophet Joseph Smith wore woretold woreid
told id In glowing words In the Fifth ward wardmeeting wardieetlntiioutie
meeting ieetlntiioutie house bet night The speakers speakerswere speimlcerrQ
were rQ Elders Louis 0 HooRland ArchU ArchUbald rchmi rchmiaid
bald aid Fretr Freetnirn > nlrn Thos C Ilushton and andBlfhop antilehol
Blfhop lehol S M It T fiedrton The meetIng mottlngwns
wns an well attended and the romnrlrs romnrlrspre remarlore
pre listened to with ke keen n attention attentionFifteenth attentionifteiith
Fifteenth Ward lVarilA A large number of ofpeople ofcopic
people attended the memorial extrclHW extrclHWIn
In I the Fifteenth ward meeting house houselast houseat
last at night Very able addresses wereellvered were weredelivered
delivered l by > y Elders Thomas Hull and andNcphl andpht
Ncphl pht L1 Morris They pointed i vt vttilgioti it itrsflltflous <
rsflltflous truths that the Prophet Jo Joseph Soph
seph ph Introduced Into the world They Theyalso Theyso
also so e eulogised l ized him in glowing words wordsdeclaring wordseeharlnhIm
declaring eeharlnhIm him to ho a Prophet of God GodSeventeenth ledJoventoenth
Seventeenth Ward VntdThe The capacity of ofthe oflie
the lie Seventeenth Es + nteenth wan meeting house housevai houseai
vai ai tested last evening by the attend attendance attendrice ¬
ance rice ot the people on the memorial
nrvlrws Tho sinpualr feature of ho tinoinerv1ct hoBorvlciu
Borvlciu WUM lint ntii li this viicaiturn wero werowomen Werutsonlen
women who hto had been personally nc ncdualntcd lie4quaintenl
dualntcd with the Prouhut They wero weroMrs tyoreMrs
Mrs lljthohebu W Hmlth Mrs Kim XInbabI
bttjl Mrs Bunnn Bmlth and Mrs MrsYOUIIR MrsYounr
YOUIIR rOtc ImlltH bore tcntlmony ot otthe oftin
the tin divinity of time Pioph t mIssion mlnsloniimlto mIssionitimni
iimlto itimni t h hIs truth und uuUght chumuer chumuerNIKtc elmatitcterNIIWCClitfl
NIKtc NIIWCClitfl nth Ward Vatn1Ibo The mumorim nor norvices sorvices
vices In the Nineteenth wnnldtow a ami
iumgu mi o crowd Tho Lh addrenu ya sicily dollviKcJ sicilycroci
iKcJ by Elder If 8 Tnttnor mimer who ion ionsontd rsa5tImtii
sontd ut length upon the nccuHHUy for forLo tamtimo
timo Lo nilsilou of the Prophot tiodoph tiodophHmlth qssnTihHimnitit
Hmlth Ho a aid Mo dnelt ui Upni > n th rlinr rlinrn rhiuracti
acti n t of the pruphet und relntvd once oncedolce nnocdotcs
dolce Illutitratlvo if iuimtrat Ire of tho itrcut cjualltlcu cjualltlcuof
of heart nnd head nomiirsrd by i him himTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth 1 iveti tytourtht WnrdVho services servicesIn
In tho tht i Twentyfourth wairt wore IUIKO IUIKOly
ly I atUntluil and mtsI wor wore vory tOt Intorestlnrf IntorestlnrfTho
limo ncfik6M of tho occnnlon were ero El Elders Elslurs ¬
slurs Joitph Jl 0111 Ijllat fii Ahliton nnd nndEdvard ond1dVrn1
Edvard Aahton lntutt Jr tho choir rcnditcd rcnditcdhymns rendcelinymmis
hymns relating to tho prophet anti Unit thoyoung Unityclun
young yclun men wlio poku pol j puuoMod the thetnciuiln timemnciUitfltf
tnciuiln and purpose of hit mloslon mloslonund tuisatunttnil
und the excellence of his clmrhotor In Invery invery
very due style ehIeUlevouth style1itoittln
Ulevouth ward VttrdTmno Tho peo peoftho > lo ot the thoEleventh thelieyentlt
Eleventh until wnrt who attended this mu mutnorlal intoinonlat
tnorlal tcrvlecH wtio privlleisud to hear hearono incurone
ono speak who had known the Prophet Prophetmany Prophettntmy
many yoarn Tine poison Is Mr M Mluo Mc Mc0rte
luo tho aged widow of thft Into BlHhop BlHhopMcuno flielnoilMolifle
Molifle Mcuno of the Eleventh ward Ilrr husf husfham ituSahand
ham ty yas Incrtrcorntfd In ilborty Jail JailMlssqurl jailMiascomnl
Mlssqurl with time Piophot timid hiring hiringthat ttriflgtlnmtt
that period oho vlnltccl the Jail twice twlcoeach twicetiach
each day dn She declared that Joseph JosephSmith Iotephtmltm
Smith mltm was a btnvo true and upright uprightmnn uprightsimm
mnn and a Piophet of Ood iou The IIt other otheriprRlteri otheraeBlters
iprRlteri woru Eldnrs Homer Duncan Duncanand thtticniflitnul
and Joxoph W McMunln McMunlnBlxtwrith MoMurrinSixteenth
Sixteenth WnraIt wan In this waid waidthat waidthat
that memorial serVIced wero originated originatedmnny crlilnrttrdmany
many yonrs ago by the late Bishop JllshoplCf Bishopleahtr
lCf leahtr > ali > r Last evonlntr tine largo astern nsrombly asternhly
bly room was aH crowded Tharo wero weroten veroten
ten pttiKcnt who had been porBonally porBonallyacwmlnticl iiorsomthilyflttfl
acwmlnticl flttfl Inteil with time Piophot Joseph JosephHmlth JosephSmith
Smith Including two colofod people peoplewho peoplevhmo
who wore his household servants Pros PrcsIdont Prosident
Idont Jo Joeit tfii F Hmlth ilellviMcd a pow poweiful Otv Otvertul
eiful address Elder Kdwln V Parry Parryrend Irtrryround
rend ft part of tho Prophets last pUbllo pUbllonddress imubhleadul
nddress adul rose Mrs Uessl EdmondsNewman EdmondsNewmanbeautifully Idinioiin1eNuivinitlmiJOitti
beautifully iJOitti tlftmhly rendered Tho Unknown UnknownGrave UnknownlrnttE
Grave nd Mrs Olllcuplo sang The ThoSeer TheSeer
Seer and time choir sang ft number of ofnpproprlato ofnproiirlato
npproprlato hymns Mrs ElUabcth D DHoundy I IRoUmndI
Houndy picHcntcd to the ward a atiful beau beautiful ¬
tiful portrait of the Prophet in his milt milttnry ibOltary
tnry regimentals done In oil oilnn
< 4 4ion
ion nn Our 4 U r McrMni iti Steel Hlnn HlnnCut lii 1111 1111Ctmt
Cut Glass then the price McConahny MConahmaySharp McConahnySharp
Sharp 41 W 2nd So SoPERSONALS So11ERspNA1i
PERSONALS 11ERspNA1iharold PERSONALSHarold
Harold and Guy Eldrcdgo aro ctr homo homofiom hmmoiiotit
fiom New York to spend the holidays holidaysG
G S Wright of Idaho Falls L C CMiller CMiller
Miller of Logan and Then Nystrom of ofMontpcllcr ofMontpuller
Montpcllcr branch managers of the thoCoop theCoo1I
Coop Wagon arid MAchine company companycnnw cottipaltyentItle
entItle down to attend todays meeting meetingof
of the stockholders stockholdersThe
The funeral of Mrs Phocbo PmO io Clark ClarkYoung ClarkTOUliff
Young was hold this afternoon from th thSecond time timebeomnd
Second ward meeting hoiina hoiinaIHinoral hoimso1uueral
IHinoral services over the tit remains ofWayiio of ofWoyno
Woyno W Van Dowator D wator were held this thisafternoon titleattOpoon
afternoon from miii time family home 31 31Routh 1 1souttt
Routh Sixth West WestTho WestMA
MA IUU1ttI1lC1NSES IUU1ttI1lC1NSESrite
rite county clerk clorictodny today Issued mar mnrrlago marrlniga
rlago licenses to Thomtis Uomono Can Canova CanVfl
ova Vfl 22 arid Lillian Marguorlto Young Youngboth Youngbuilt
both of Salt Lake Jamus Ohrlslenson
57 7 and Emmtillno Harper 40 0 both of ofBait ofFlail
Bait Lake Osburn A Hlbbard 31 and nndAnnie andAtmnie
Annie Elisabeth Lane Ii7 both of West WestJordun WestJordan
Jordan Inmea Qulnn 27 Ulnglmm Ulnglmmand
and Zadlelh Vaunlmn 21 Tooole City CityJohn CityJohn
John 13 Ectnmn 44 11 and Anna Louisa LouisaCarlson Louisastrlnon
Carlson 43 both of Sandy City Oscar OscarWilliam OscarV1hhIanz
William Ahlbaw 27 2 and L Lgba ln Monta MontaCook 7nontftCook
Cook 23 both of El Doutdo Salt Lako Lakocounty Lakatounty
county Tho two last named couples coupleswere rouplenwere
were mftnlcd by Deputy Clock Emery
WARD I3NTERTAINMI3NTA ENTERTAINMGNTS S SA
A grand Christmas ball will bo Riven Rivenin ivert ivertiii
in the Fifth ward meeting house on onWednesday onWdiiestlay
Wednesday evening the 25th of De Ieceinber December ¬
cember for the benefit ot tho ward wardA
A 4 good lime Is promised nil who attend attendIJvery attondiyory
IJvery effort has bean nmdo to ttecuto ttecutojood ecutogucil
jood music a good program and Jolly Jollycrowd joiiyC
crowd crowdMOKE C
0 0fIV1IOAI
MOKE fIV1IOAI WIO AK PASSING PASSINGH PASSI PASSIH
H U Parkhttrht surveyor In charge chargeof
of the board of Underwriter ot the Pa Pacific Iaoifl ¬
cific has gone to Ban Francisco ex expecting cxpeeling ¬
peeling to return In a few weeks weeksDyn weekslDrn
Dyn Reavls has returned from a trip tripthrough tripthmrotmli
through the Texas oil regions where ho hohas Itohs
has business Interests Mr Ituavls Ituavlssays Iteaviesays
says tho great gushers there ore bd bdyund hoyJmld
yund the thm experience nnd knowledge of ofall ofnil
all oldtimers In the oil business There ThereIs
Is one In particular near Dcnumont he hesays liesays
says that throws a stream of oil as asthick a athIck
thick ml at the largest telephone polo on onMain cmiMniin
Main Btncct 200 feet Into tho air Juat Juatllko juetlike
like tto much liquid gold with a nozzle nozzlepressure nozzlelrossurO
pressure ot tOO 00 pounds to the square squaroInch squareinch
Inch This gUBher Is greater than the thebig tinebig
big Russian gusher at ItaUu which has hasbeen imasbeen
been In operation for so o many years yearsMr yearsmu
Mr mu Roiwifl was very much Impressed Impressedwith
with the oil outlook In tho Lone Star Starstate Starstate
state stateIVof statejof
IVof J A Wright of horticulture horticulturennd horticuituIoanti
anti Prof Metrlll of ngrlculturj and andveterinary atmdveterinary
veterinary surgery In the Agricultural Agriculturalcol 4grlctmlturntcollego
col collego lego ivt Logan lowe been making a atour atotti
tour of the southern part of o the state stateIn
In attendant on farmers Institutesand Institutes
and Prof Wright reports that consid considerable considertbte ¬
erable onthuxlasm has been worked up upamong tipamong
among the formers on this matter Time Thoprofeniorn Timeprofessors
professors laid before the various meet meetings meetings ¬
ings the specialties of their depart departments departtnents ¬
ments and are siitlsflud that their trip tripwill tripwill
will bo productive of marked fjood fjoodProf itoosiProf
Prof Wright remarked hU belief that thatthis thmattitle
this Blmrp cold weather following upon upontho uponthe
the wet fall weather will clo up the theBinsshoprer thegranshopret
Binsshoprer eggs and that tile eggs of ofmany ofmany
many other undesirable Insects will uf uffor Uffor
for time came fair fairWalter fateWaiter
Walter James 13 ot the Cullen hotel hotelfrom hotelfront
from Black Hock He says there la ItsInlenty laidenty
identy of If snow and cold weather In his hiscountry hiseohitltry
country and that the sheep are not notdoing nottloIt
doing tloIt as well ns might be expected expectedfrom ezptctedfrom
from the fact that the dry weather of oflast ofiat
last summer withered up the range rnngofeed rangefeent
feed feentaeore
feedGeorge George G 1 Williamson a prominent prominentSnn
San Francisco traveling man now at attho
tho KnuUford had tho t1m pletmnt 3iIe Leflflt exper experience nporIence ¬
ience during the big teamsters strike strikeIn
In San Francisco of o driving hla on onchay owndray
dray ns n Ills drivers Were out tiL Mr MrWilliamson MrWilliamson
Williamson tells a delightful story of ofhow ofhow
how lit wore n halo of o brick bats whIle whllaengaged whIleengaged
engaged In this titl business accompanied accompaniedby
by a cloud of commentaries not com commonly cornmealy
mealy adapted to mixed society Mr MrWilliamson MrWilliamson
Williamson has the clothing he wore woroon woreon
on hint occasion laid away as a cur curios curIo ¬
ios Io memento and the fact that ho es escaped escoped ¬
coped with ft whole skin no ascribes nscrlbosto
to the fact that two of the nno finest t In Intho inthe
the world were on the dray to make makea
a show of protecting him If they did didnothing didnothing
nothing marc marcFather moreFather
Father Jnmts J Mahoney arrived arrivedfrom arrivedfrom
from Austialla yesterday and regis reglstercd registereil
tercd nt the Knutsford Ho IH on e route routeto
to tine old country to visit with cola relatives colatires ¬
tires whom ho has not seen since tony leaving tonyIng ¬
ing the nuld sod years ago agoD agofi
D C McCroady has returned from fromnn troutrrn
nn Idaho business trip lie says u was wasIS wasi
IS i degrees below zero at Glenns Ferry Ferrytho perrythte
tho other right and U was to cold Inthe In Inthe
the round houso that tlna the big stove stoveM stovearts
arts M redhot red hot on ono aide anA ftmli covered coveredwith coverediyith
with hoarfrost on the other While Whiten
In n Pocatelloho witnessed a funeral pro procession proeazton ¬
cession 1e Idby a brass bnnd bnn Several
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i UNTIL UNTILCHRISTMAS iF v vCHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS CHRISTMASWe
We Yc will keep cep our store open openEVENINGS openEVENINGS
EVENINGS for or the purpose of ofclearing > X Xclearing
clearing out our stock of o t tHOLIDAY t UI UIHOLIDAY
HOLIDAY GOODS GOODSof
of which we have an exceed exceedingly cxcccdIngiy ¬
ingly large variety suitable forall for forall
all classes They are areUSEFUL f fUSEFUL
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALAnd
And sure to give satisfaction satisfactionDinwoodey satislaclionDinwoodey
H Dinwoodey DinwoodeyFurniture DinwoodeyFurniture
Furniture Co Co1I
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I 1I WE WEARE ARE GOING OUT OF OFEverything BUSINESS BUSINESSveryt1iiiig
Everything Belonging to the Temple oi o ohisic f fMusic
Music Must be Sold by January 1st 1stGREATEST 1992 1992QREATflST
GREATEST PIANO PJANOLfl SALE THAT EVER OCCURRED IN INSALT I ISALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYTnlto CITYi CITYTake
i
Take your choice Its nil the santo to UH now nowPIANOS LI LIPIANOS
f PIANOS 4000 AND UP UPO1OANS 1
f ORGANS 1500 AND UP UPScores f fScores
fi Scores of planes of tho tht most celebrated und vnrlouS makes mnil os elzos elzosnnd in int
t and patterns Most of them brand now others slightly used all vlll whII vlllbo
i I bo sold h respective of cost cOtitor or actual value Borne worth double some someeven ed edI
I even worth three times tho timotit they Lila offered at every piano pianofully y tO tOI
I fully juurnnteed juurnnteedEvery I I1vety
Every article In our establishment Including Ilanos Organs Oil OilPaintings x xr
r Paintings ot great vnlue by cclc cclo1rtntcul irntcd nrjlats office fixtures every
i thing goon nt whatever prices tiny will bring durhiB our cloning cloin out outmile SlUtstile
mile which Is now on nnd vl continue until every article belonging belongingTO x
+ TI TITo
TO THE TEMPLE OF MUSIC IS SOLD SOLDThis
4 Inn InnTitle
This cloatntf out wale Ima been brought nbayt on account of 111 111ness X
iI ness by which n clianga of climate ftlono can ca icincdy Our store will willbo i ibe
bo open from 0 oclock mornings until 8 oclock evenings every day ex except cxSumidny ¬
cept Bumlny whllo this great cloHlnt out sale lasts laatflCntaloguun lastsCataloguen
Cntaloguun and priests will be sent on application to parties living livingout Y Yout
out of tho city if left to us will receive the numo treatment aa aathough asthought
though theywero heio to make their own selections Every very piano or ormsali oraigan
I msali cold must be no represented or money refunded rofutideuiI
13 I N Jenkins residence Did south West Tumplo street stre t ironies car carriages catnlitgen ¬
riages buggies sleigh harnesses at lens Ieoatiian than onehalf their realworth realworthAll
4 All for sale at E 3 N Jenkins Co Tcmplo of Music C1D1 Main street X
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f tf
musicians of time Hoym Italian band bandMere bandroro
Mere bore nt tine time and almost fell felloff felloff
off their perch as the band tiled past pastThat pastThat
That band WUH a wonder mulcally mulcallyphysically mmnnstealiyrJiyaIcalIy
physically and every othor way flaarlfltt 13aoh 13aohnwt
nwt had on clothes entirely different differentfrom differentfront
from every ono else tho tallest and andshortest andshortest
shortest pluycis marched side by aldo aldothe sldotime
the instruments wore warm only near nearPH nearr1t
PH the mouth and the lemalmler cold coldraklnK cciiiraking
raking anythUfj like accurate plnylntt plnylnttImposslblo plntylitImpossible
Impossible The bnnd was trying to tor tcay
r ay time Dead March In Haul anti K Ktho iitlo
tho deceased could only hnve heard hettrdho
ho 1i said he would have arisen in lib OilsWrathm libwrath
wrath to protest afralnst further pro profsnntlon profpatIon
fsnntlon of the work of o the composer composer11m cottmposerline
line Italian bundmvn lied preclptntcly preclptntclylnck
lnck to the depot where they remained remaineduntil renmainestntli
until their train ctuno along Mr Me MeCicadys Mcreadys
Cicadys nerves sustained a rude rude rudeehock rudehmock
ehock from which ho Is only Just re recoverlnR recoverimig
coverlnR nt the Kenyan hotel hotelSnn hotelSan
San Prancuco and Oakland have In Incrtns Incrcnrcil
crcnrcil crtns c1 so In size within the last few fewyears fewyears
years that some speedier and moro r6 r6liable noliable
liable connection between the two twopoints twoPoInts
points has become Imperative said W WD VtB
D Wallace of San Fianrlnco at the theKnntsforcl theKntttsford
Knntsforcl this morning The present presentferry presenttsri3
ferry boat means of communication has hasbocomo hitsbecome
become ftltofitther too uncertain cape especially capechilly ¬
chilly In fogy weather ns the recent recentterrible recenthmrlbie
terrible collision on the bay evidences evidencesDoth evidencesBoth
Doth a brltliC across the bay fluid a atunnel aitinnel
tunnel hove been tAlked of but the thebridge thebridge
bridge pro proposition > osltion Is too expensive The Thetunnel Thetttnaeb
tunnel It Is calculated wilt cost Ions Ionsthan leesthan
than a million a mile rerhaps WOO 000
000 u good deal less than what a blrdtro blrdtrowould birtigewould
would cost Tho proposed tunnel will willbo tvlilbe
bo not over five miles long with two twotracks twotracks
tracks amid be operated by electricity electricityAtf
Atf It Is routed to pass under Goat Inl Inland isianti ¬
and then will be a HWtlon and great greatventilating greatventilating
ventilating shaft anti apparatus there thereso
so that the tunnel In one sense will not notbo mintbo
bo continuous TrainS ran then be run runwith runwith
with ah electric engine rIght Into San San1VaiiUsfo SanFrainieo
1VaiiUsfo nod the ferry boat nuisance nuisancewill
will bo done away with The IniHlnesH IniHlnesHInterests lltnuIncSCititertitA
Interests of Ban TrancKico arc demnncl demnnclln denuumdimuc
ln imuc Hint the tunnel bc > built With tho thoopenlni thstnVonInt
openlni made nt Clout Island four fourffttnKH fourgangs
gangs cau ca be working on the tunnel ut utonct mit011cc
onct onctPresident 011ccPresident
President VlllKoiiiiilnliaViifiMnmon VlllKoiiiiilnliaViifiMnmonWashlnftton lll Ucumalmi IimiSaelilngton IimiSaelilngtonWashington
Washington Dec 23 23It It Ifl President Preflldontnooacvelts PresidentRoosevelts
nooacvelts present Intention to remain remainIn
In Washington during time holiday week weekbut weelrbut
but ho desires to obtain a respite from fromoniclal fromfltial
oniclal duties and will see only suchvisitors such suchvisitors
visitors as have urgent nnd Important Importantpublic irnportatpublio
public business to present presentAlcv presenttlcx
Alcv Sullivan Olug New Iloncl IlonclChicago 1IflIChicago
Chicago lice 23 Alexander Sullivan Sullivanconvicted SuillyitnconvIcted
convicted of conspiracy to keep front frontthe trotthe
the tuisdlctlon of limo Cook county ex exUalllnft oxJiahllaff
Ualllnft J1IHCH J Lynch a sclfcon sclfconfwscd seltconfsscd
fwscd Jury briber nppearcd In Judgu JudguBmtlhs JurlgijSmtihs
Bmtlhs court today and filed a new newbond
bond for torIOtOO J10000 The motion for n new newtrial newtrial
trial made yesterday woo formally formnallynewcd re renewed ¬
newed and It Is expected the court will willhear willhear
hear the arguments immediately after afterthe afterthe
the holidays Mr rr Sullvans attorneys attorneyswo
wo announced their intention of car carrying carryltig ¬
rying the cast to the appellate court courtIf
If their motion la denied deniedQuarantine deniedQuarantine
Quarantine ior llnbonlo Plague PlagueHnmburg Plaguehlcmmburg
Hnmburg Dec 23A Levant line linestfnmcr lineatcapser
stfnmcr whlch arrived hero rccentl recentihin rccentllias >
lias hin been qunrnlntml owing to the die dlscovery diecovory
covery on board the vessel of a mint nnmbcr minther
her of rats which had died from bu bubonic bubonic ¬
bonic plague plagueNO
NO wonn rnciM JJACLAY JJACLAYHo tci4yITo
Ho Has Three rhirocae Uajs In Which to toShow ISSlmotv
Show Cause CnnseWashington CauseWashington
Washington Dec Z3 23NothIng NothlnK has
been heard nt the navy department
from Historian Moclay in response to
the departments request for his resig ¬
nation Under the rules an employ 19 19allowed isLlioWcd
allowed three days grace In which to
rhoiv cuuso why ho should not bo di dimissed diemissed <
missed and although this rule Imvin havt
been made b the executive author authormay author3tnitty
may be disregarded at Its pleasure I IIs iIs
Is believed that Maclay will bo given atensomiabto a arcasotmblo
rcasotmblo time to quit the naval vt vtVice strVice
Vice for or It Is certain thnt he must K go goin >
In Hue with the determination nl nlready mlready
ready reached to slop the urthor cm cmcuFlon cueeusrIonof
cuFlon eusrIonof o the Schley case so far aa Mu Muexecutive theexecutIve
executive branch of the government 11 11concerned iscotcrnecl
concerned time navy department linj jindeldeC
diddcu that It will Isnoro thu Ito rf reporrtd reporrtdrecent port d drecent
recent uttcianccs of Hear Admirals AdmiralsDrown Adm1raImnnrovn
Drown and Belknnp somowhat on Un Unlines thefines
lines cf den Miles Interview Interview1IACLAYDECUNES Intrv1owMACI4AYiECLiNES
1IACLAYDECUNES TO IU58IQN IU58IQNNow ItESIGONois
Now York Dec 23 2Edgntr Edgar fl Maclay Maclaynuthor Minclayauthor
author of a history In which ho com commcntcd cornitmenteti
mcntcd on tho fictions of Admiral AdmiralSchley AdmiralScitloy
Schley declines today teda to comply with withPresident withPresIdent
President Roosevelts request for li liresignation mIs mIsresignation
resignation Ho formally notified Hear HearAdmiral IteacAdniirnl
Admiral Walker at the navy yard of ofthis oftimbi
this decision Mnclay who is employed employedas
as special laborer Bold ho was protect protected ¬
ed by time civil service law and that ha haknow insicnoy
know of no roaeon why ho should ro roAND nosign
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