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Services Over Remains of Pioneer PioneerHold Pioneerrn Plono PlonoIt
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In fl Riilogles Ih loiliu Iroiioiuiffil by 1 President PresidentJoseph Iruhhlltt
ht t Joseph Ju Ih I Niiilihitiolle V iti1 I Ii t 11011 I o YIMIIIIK YIMIIIIK1rest You 0111111 0111111B uij uijIt1
B 1rest rnt Cannon anil Olhrrii OlhrriiHonors Cllhrrht Otlirraht
Honors und tokens of love nml e etH etHnIliQQII1t eatetussqclated twm twmmtMclated
mtMclated with the obsequies ob equll over the theronuUiiB th thlal
1 lal 2 ronuUiiB NlI1 ltU of a good unit IInlIHtllllIt11r inu stoillng man manmarked 1111111lIIarkOll ii iiiiiarkod
marked the net mvlr vires ll iittd lust snd ml otll otllwt 011IlTJ otIT
wt that were hold yesterday over tl tlbody Ihl Ihlliody thbody >
lTJ T body of Jiunon H Urown The funeral funeraleorvlciM tu tuiwriiO 11f1r11 I IfO
fO O eorvlciM were held I1ohlll1 In the th Assembly hat ImllWhich hnllft hatr
ft r t Which was well welll1lgh nigh flllfd fmtlliy by those Iho who wholnul whos wh whhiuI
s lnul respected the Ih name und honored hoiioreno honoredthe
nl the dwdfl of tho departed tlellurlfllplollflJl tlellurlfllplollflJll pioneer pioneerThe pIunuih
l h The four our stands uero ero draped In ta1fl white whiteand I Ioln
oln 1fl and cowed with palms and Jottll potted pottedplants lott < l lhot
hot 10 plants Whltu crepe was also drape uraptdin drapea IaptdIII
a in front of thn urban while on the thevacrntntmtiil 111111ncroenllll th tht
t vacrntntmtiil table In lt front of all resli4 resli4the rlllItnd rat ratati
nd the white hlle velvet 11 Iv II t casket which iteti was wasoverladen sa saIto
Ito overladen 1I with beautiful tJuuII ul lowers of ofmany a
8 many 111111 kinds Itll Indeed Jb th h llorul tributes tributesufono IrlLJutosIdl tributodt
Idl ufono wore ure an Inspiration of love lei Seldom leilell t4e1eQ ¬
lell eQ dom have hlt uvu tin florists lIar 1111 of thin city ron converted ronm ronz ¬
m z verted their fragrant jHissMslnns pt Into Intomure Intion tnt tntn
on n mure beautiful nnd 1 lid slfnlllcant de designs de1I11t1ltf dotkiug ¬
signs Some oii > of tile must striking pltc pltceiwere 1111tl t tI
tl J eiwere 11 were u i ryrle and sheaf fruni ruin ho th th11Rritk ho1Aoltlr
1Aoltlr Inland missionaries u ptItorora pillow pillowfrom I
from rora tin grandchildren a largo u open n nhook
30 O I hook hMkJrulII from the family und UIHll a Kreut many manyvi l1Iun I1lUflVlell1tIM I IWItllth
WItllth vi mths from friends friendsThe frtcIldLrile rhIIII rhIIIIfhe
The music wan furnlshod by br the Tem Tempi TIIIIN Tenlptv ¬
ptv pi 11011011 oliolr nnd carried ra rrlpd that t hii t touching touchingBvrcctrmgt lollchllllfe1II1t11111 t ollcltn ollcltnYOOtflo0H
N Bvrcctrmgt for which that organization organizationI
I III fointd On tint stand wore frll Presidents PresidentsJoseph Irl8hlllItllJOHollh 1rttteiitI
Joseph V 1 Hinlth and counselor John It ItWmlcr Iti
I Wmlcr also President Drlghuin Young Youngof Youniof
8 i of tliu Apostkfi A Olllhl1l quorum Apostle ApostleJllidger Aposlleoth polftt
th In Jllidger Claivsoii Patriarch John JohnHmltli JohtIhn JohI
I Hmltli Ihn I tIi Presidents Angus M Can CaniiQti CallIIQn an anflQfl
iiQti Joiteph Jo eph K I Taylor nnd C CW lW Cp
W p J pI > rose of the Salt Lake LakeStttko InkeI LainStuko
I Stttko Sl ko fcfMent George a orgtl lleynolds of ofthe otthe 0 0lie
the First found r of Heventy He Vlllty HlHhop HlHhopWalter IIIHholWolter It1hotalter
Walter alter J fttiullo of the Seventeenth Seventeenthward Sevtl1h 8erenttenttn l1lh l1lhtn
tn n ward In whlili htt1t ward the th deceased tlelOIuldlhell tlelOIuldlhelltOIul1I1 lived livedformer IhedI
I former Otlilor Jllshop hop Tlngey or the name iuieUIRI wurd wurdnnd wurdund
und many 11an or the missionaries of the theSouth theHoulh tu tuHtUth
South SelL S a Islands where aH aary a mission missionnry IHlonlit
nry lit th thl departed innii narrowly PS PStaped PHE eME
taped being devoured by h cannlluls cannllulsPreuldent 101111111LI8lrf ranIlItIM1reIt1oiit
E Preuldent lrf liJelit Cannon pi IJ11 elided hh 1 oer the theMrylcen th thHE tllpervkeo
WhiCh by the thechoir Ihech th
Mrylcen tnleK were ver opened
HE I E choir ch rr rendering the hymn I need nee1vUry Thee Theeevery Theet1ollry
every hour hourKlder hourJlder
I Klder C VV V Penroso ol1ro enrooo o offeredthe opon opening oponIng oponInK ¬
ing prayer after which the choir sang sangNearer HII eatierNearor II r rNell
Nearer Nell re r my m Uod to Thet ThetHlshop rIiech
rcb ch Hlshop Walter J lleatlo 1lrtteot of the Sev Seventeenth Se Sey ev evuritecatti ¬
y enteenth ward was tilt first speaker speakerand flVfnkeramI
and ho stated that the deceased had hadbeen hauley hadly
ley ly been n resident lIreHllleolllllf of C the Seventeenth ItPVeflteeflthfor ward wardfor wllrdor
for or nearly 40 4 I years and during his ac acquaintance IlljUl1lnlanel aeiuatntnnct ¬
quaintance with him him the Ulshop knew knewhim IUlIIII ICI1C ICI1Co
I 0 him to bo a man of absolute n olulo nlerltyy integrity integrityThe
I The speaker plated tlllO1 that the deixuted deixutedwag
y wag a very attractive conversational conversationalUt
clr tr Ut especially e peclull when In n reminiscent reminiscentmood rellllllh rellltntlwentmood cent centmooll +
mood OB a ho WIIH a man endowed with witha lIh lIhn
a wde range rutl e of Information He was wasn
1 n humble man and talked of hit hl coin coining IomI ccnnInK ¬
ing end ax o unconcernedly OH of any anydally ny nyIIIIII
I II dally IIIIII event eventThe event1ho eventThe
The next speaker won Kldnr Y Joshua JoshuaTerry JoshunTarry To IJlIrt IJlIrtave
Terry who was associated with the de deceased 110OJ ¬
ave ye ceased In missionary Inborn among the theIndiana the1l1UonslItl
OJ y Indiana 1l1UonslItl 1H related one occasion occasionwhen 01Ia810nwhen oeeatonwhen
when the th r red d men took Rider J Brown Urownnnd BrollIlay Brownly
lay ly nnd an hit companion prisoners Jrl oll rll and andwhero IInlvlc itn1Ict
vlc Ict WhOle his hi life hung In the balance for forthree Corul1d Cniit
ul1d it three dyiThe days daysThe d dThe
The next speaker wn vna Prest Angus AngusM
M Cannon who whonld nld he could speak speakuntrammeled IIptnltIICI
IICI Ict untrammeled and nll free for or he knew the thedeceased thlIII tileltfl
III ltfl n deceased for jinny lion yours oare and he never neverknots nOl1rleo neiro
leo o knots ItMIhlm him td t falter HA II lanl iai boon true trueand Irllllndtllltlltul Irtirand
and lndtllltlltul fnlthftil nit a a soldier and mission missionary 11I1 InIMetunre 9IOIl ¬
11 re ary and his hl friends on the other Hide Hidewill lden
t1 will welcome eleom him to their heartPresident heart warllt lLartLM
t n L M President llrlKham Young Younr1U1t1 raid he was wasacquainted wileir R8 R8turJ
turJ ir acquainted with James i P Drown und undhad IInllrn iltiiiI
had known him ever tor nlnre the Saint Saintleft 81111111left qInte qInteleft
rn I left Kauvoo auVoo AVlicncvtr he WIIM cHlled cHlledhe Ill lied liedco
co he wn was ready re 1d < He HenOII never made exru exrtltcs exrtltcslilt en enbut e enlb
nlb lilt but went at onre o Wt and labored faith faithfully fllllhmca fitithlea ¬
mca lea fully In tile caute of o truth All the In labora InArt Inrt
Art rt bora of Jume S Drown rown pointed to toone tot toL
t 1 one thin thing that when Uod orl Rhould my myenough II IIII sayIt
II enough ho would be b ready to Join Joinhid joinhis Joinlilt
hid brethren on the other ilde And en enjoy enoy 11 11joy ¬
joy oy their full fellowihlp He was 1111 a avl
11 I wilt vl counselor and hail grown great greatIn
I 1 In the eyes of thow who love the Lord IxirdTim Imon
I dg g Tim spoaker Mid h hI wag 1 thankful that thatJameit thatJam thatn
on n Jameit Jam a B 1 Urown had left n family familyworthy
o It lot worthy orlh of hlmtlmt his hi tons and daugh daughterg dnnches
es t a tots were true nnd JodfaarliiB men and andwomen alldwomen IiIIIIJflfl
women womenMra womennd Jflfl JflflI
nd I J Mrs Magpie Hull sang the Beautiful Heautlfulrity n81111ulIrn
Irn a I City lty with thrilling sweetness and the thechorus thee
e W v chorus was wa tWK MUll by the choir choir1renldent choirto
to 0 I 1renldent Joseph JO lph V 1 Smith wan the theconcluding thlIem 11wm
Iem m concluding speaker and he began hli hliremarkM hlllose hliae
lose ae remarkM by I saying that he arose to tospeak toi
1111 i 1 speak with lIh deep sympathy In his 1it heart heartfor art eartor arttor
for or the family of the deceased He Hefirst JIllOrsl lieflrct
first became acquainted with Klder KlderUrown I Btderat ldrt1eat
t1eat at Brown In the spring of 1860 when the thespeaker thllwhl thehfr
whl hfr speaker and he together with some someothers HOlMmdy sonicidy
mdy idy others traveled to Kngland I If there thereIs threley
ley y Is anything that will 11I bring out the char clitiraoter charron hllrIIfort
IIfort ron eater of a man said Id the speaker nnd nndmake nlllural 1101rat
ural rat make It manlfeit to his hi companions It Itla Itt itno
t no la to journey 1000 miles over theIilatIi the theplains theIIIaln8
plains by I mule team and In that ex experience exf oxorn ¬
perience the rlmrncter of o Elder Brown Drownhone BrownIU Brownrot
f orn hone out In n sry 1 Conspicuous man manner mand maniil ¬
IU rot ncr President Hmlth nfllrrmwl that thatKlder thatno that1lder
iil d no Klder Urown wtix a true man an lion lioncut honForI lionmu
mu cut I t brother nnd no man who knew him htmwell himorc
ForI orc well ooulil iay 18 auitht agftlnst him him I Icannot Itlg 1ert
tlg ert cannot say 11 that he h was perfftt said saidthf Mltlthl
Tt thf spanker but he lived 11 v lid ai near nr jwf jwffvctlou Ilftftctloll
fvctlou III his hi lioncwty and integrity In us usalmost u uI asr
I r almost t tiny man of my In acquRlnlnnco acquRlnlnncoages c < u lnUinr lnUinrPresident
ages es President Ire ld nt Smith read from the 20th 20thchapter 20Ihropol 2tthp01
ropol p01 chapter of Ittmilatlons 1tlv lnUonl beginning at atthu litnny atiyw
nny iyw thu eleventh 1 le tllth v verse rv I oaw a gruat white whilethrone whiten
n wI vi throne etc After reading the hisret IKISS IKISSugv III IIIi
i ret ugv he bore a mot earnest and Ini miSt Inipre 1mIn
In 8 St pre Ilretlllvf lvf testimony of the reality It llty of the theresurrection thlIn 11wI
In I 01 resurrection of the dead lIvery man manKlmll mnllIIhl11 iniinshall
shall be judgml jUll lII1 according to hi hii works worksand workspe worksspe
spe and when James S Urowns time shall shallA HhlillNct shallhe
Nct he A 1011I0 > tno lie shall stand proudly before beforethe lJeorpIhu beforeLIiu
Ihu the bar of Clod to be judged No man manan manCoolU manOoi
CoolU Ooi Nllllulnt an point to one dishonest dl hollilt or dishonor dishonorable c1ll1honurAu dishonorMit ¬
Au Mit able alilrl act that thatl4 1 he ftv fiver r committed committedPresident lOrnmtLtedI
I tit ti President Prt > Smith also 111I quoted the thewords theys
11011 ys words of the Prophet Joseph Smith Smiththat Hmlthone
one 0 0 that whatever principle of Intelligence Intelligencea
11111 ta I a man attains to In this Wont It shall shallrise 8hallhr shallrice
rise with him In the world to come comennd lOlnfb OIfl OIflby
hr 01 nnd nlll If J If one man become more intelli intelligent Inteiligeiit ¬
b by ro gent enl than another by his dlllgenoe ana anafalthfulncs allli11Ithfulll thu
1110 falthfulncs li ht shall have hR so much muchthe
rl id the advantage In the next world orltl After Afterreading Attlrn
n I tI l reading wer several l oilier passages from fromthe fromof
of t the Uootrtiw Uoolrt II and Covenants President PresidentSmith lreeidentiyte
b iyte te Smith ploswl by II reiterating his knowl knowlodtjf knowlOOKf
2 t odtjf of the r raJlty Jlty of the resurrection resurrectionof
f t of it Jesus CbtUt and of all the buman bumanrac bUrilsOrace
1 1 k race racThe The Th choir rendered the hymn Pare Parewell I Farren rt rtf
f rellL well all aorthly i honorx honorxThe ffiuinre4LU I10r I10rIIU
IIU The InmiHjIetlon Was 1111 pronounced by byPntrlajch byr byTr
r Patriarch John iJ Smith after which the thecasket theI iii
I 1 1 casket WM fllllonl borne to the th hearse hear by II six sixdona six1w Ix Ixt
t Ihl dona of tin mi U IfI iioeitstI went of IIfI I Ind nd H huge nr nrt ter terp
L y t tege K > of O Mirtlage IIIr llg followed the iii r rlJlllnN rlJlllnNi munn munnto
i ra to the city ell lIlntery m tery where they thf were wereInterred wereflh
Interred Intertllill In Jho hu family plot Th The graveriie grave gravewas
111111 riie 11 was as dwllcnted by Wider J lder John T I caln calnnfa CaineIflU ntne ntner
r nfa ToumsT fouiitST TRAVKL 1IU T1tAViLon HI HIIIpon
IIpon on t 8 A Htitchlnian flWho who ho Is I manager ol olthe ofCtum ciurn
Ctum urn the toUrist Uepnrttnetit of f the Chlcum ChlcumInlon Chlc CIdetrgnel R RIIlgnQl
IIlgnQl gnel Inlon Iaclflp Northwestern line linelJot1lt u uIn iiattiC
attiC In In the city elltodll today lie ha has just returned returnedfrom rtturneiI turtJedhili
hili I WI 11 from fr rnm 1 Idaho Invesjlsntlng conditions conditionssurrounding eondlUonI conditJonhluau
I luau surrounding urr Jun rnK th the promised lItuOll ed big exodiu exodiuto U exOihitlmd4 dlll dlllW
W In lmd4 to Thunflcr Mourtaln lie a 1aI y It ItIe will willbe i1Ilretlt
Ie rtql retlt Ie cery pr hit u IIRC n ITI as U predicted and andthatit an1atllt1I enithe
atllt1I the thatit that It will 1I1 see ff an Influx Ot Otteldom t IIIII UtJtII UtJtIIl ti tingilt
l ns ngilt teldom ciiiallcd e llallCl1 anynher I1ny1Iol anyaherwaYe
l dave daveSkJ1 aYe aYenJl
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Able Ablo1por pjpor by Rev Washington WashingtonRoadBefore WashIngtonRoad WashingtcBoadt3eforo
RoadBefore Road Beforo tho MnIstorsUSEIitJLNESS Ministers MinistersUSEFULNESS MinistersUSELULNESS
flIllrula It Hemeily for or America AmericaOrcuiMt Arnlrha1arCl1lflt tmeiIealrcatet
OrcuiMt N Vmiuiiul tlUll1l I DUgrncoliiipiirx DUgrncoliiipiirxIstice Uhlttft c 11111111 r
Istice I tile of Mmclity Nil IJlI II StlimiUi StlimiUiAt 11 11t io I e eAt
At the III meeting this thl morning of he IheMlnlMIrlal ti tiMInisterIal heMinisterial
Ministerial association IlJ fJcIAtIlU the Ih following followingrwoliKlon tullnlnre oUtnslnreaolutiolt
rwoliKlon re ol1l1oll offered 0ittll 1 by Secretary J Jititoti T TAxlon 1 14XIOIl
Axlon of tilt Y M C A wna sidtipteilShieroit ttdopteil ttdopteilVhcrenn IlIluvtollWh
Wh Vhcrenn I9III we fe tetr reI l the d dfltJl j > Import Importance 10011ortanN ¬
anN of training qw youth In the jirln jirlnulplen Iltll1ullllltl jurliloliultus
ulplen of rlghUousneiw tempfranci and andpurity nil nilpurIty ulllIturlly
purity giving them both thl lii lie Gospel ahd ahdscience aMItlenee alt altEIetice
science as tho busls for such ttwohlnu ttwohlnuand l touiIitnia uhlnlC uhlnlCII
and II lid
andWhereas Whereas the Httnday school Is l th thiigunoy thl thl11111I0 lbII
iigunoy 11111I0 II ttIlcy fhtouuli t which hlII this he chuieh cli U iou ln lntlueni 11lIuer1I hiIitietivwM >
tlueni 8 und ItmtructB Ihlt he young you IIII there therefore Ihertoro tier tierfore ¬
fore foreHiMolvad ° HiMolvad d that 1 v iw advocate thu COM COMtinuanco cot1tlnuaiico 01IIIIIIIIIICO
tinuanco of the school IHMOII Hystom Hystomrecognizing systoIrrecogflittn i ireogtJzlng
recognizing tins I n one oflt of H o olllollllnl onllal too foatiir tootilreo
tiir luru lurufh tilreoThe
tiirTim Tim fh other fealuro ot the meeting wits witsft tn tnIt
ft paper rend by Itev Washington pun punter pilitor pttotor ¬
tor or t the Calvary Unptlst t church and andchaplain Iu Iuhllplnln tillIittplflhIl
chaplain of the ulghth Illinois volun volunteer voluiilaura olulIteut ¬
laura during the Spanish war 111 HI HIthorne 11IMthmllD iiithorEhi
thorne wan the lynching of the Aincrl Aincrlcnn AIIIItlenn AnionCarl
cnn negro In the United States Ttju TtjuNponker 111811el Tijieiioaker
Nponker 811el ker held Unit I hl tit It Is one of the I he gray gravest Krll grayOct v veHl ¬
est problems Confronting the American Americanpeople AIII Aiiienlcuipeople llllin llllinIleoJh
people In the lii twentieth century IlItly and flJI It ItIK I I IIt
IK II rovoltltitf 1001 I to Ii n lIlzo iinhlxo > nllzo that this land Iltlnt Iltlntlil Iitiiiltin of ofthe
the free should I be 0 tlu scene MI eno of BO cow cownrdly ow ownnly O OnntIly
nrdly lil and Ilul contemptible lonlPOlllble a crime and andthat I 11111 11111that I II IIthlt
nnly that thlt It should be 0 on the thl Increusu IncreusuLynching Inerllu InerlluLucIIIK InenoufitiLyiclihng
Lynching la not adequate ulelluate to diminish diminishrupo lllllItsh lllllItshrupe ditninlelntipo
rupo LucIIIK as Is pioven 1110ln by the Ih Increas Increasing InorMl Incroaslilt ¬
lilt number of ltit4tuhluot lti < tunw IIIL of this hueAt crime crimeAt etlll etlllAt
At III the same H nO tlmo It Is being committed committedby commltHI commltHIby
by white men owy ovey day dll but they can canho cailie
ho tiled whie lIEI by b the courts and Ind bo released releasedon 1 lenHetlon
on payment Ilnlont of a small SIIIOI fine fineTho IInoho Illielhe
Tho ho speaker HIIllter called culet attention 11tIIton to the thefrtquent thetr ti tifrequent
frequent tr Instance IIMtlllelt of good OOt vltlzenshlp vltlzenshlpon cltzenshl
on luell the part of the thl negro 1110 especially IIIUCIII In Inresponding II hi hirsepomlliig
responding 01 11110nll to I tho 1111 culls 11 of this tl country countryit rOlltt cotintrIts
it Its evidenced eldelcellll in the late Iltl war The rie com coming coming ruinbig ¬
II ing of the negro 1 to Amerlru mrh1 wan wanthrotich 11l willthrotigli
throtich no choice 110 of Ills and onlilow now that thatIm thaiI thuii
Im I ii In 11 here he 1 Is hero heo to stay IIR and dur during duroIng lurlag ¬
ing the thl 40 41 years ent of bin hl Independence InlllJllelce has hashe hUMhe hiullie
he not lnt kept kepllluer IIUCP with llth the tllP superior race raceThe rllo rllofh rncothe
Is ulways ulwaysready niwaylready
The fh substantial eUbftllllllLJusllslmul business man 11188 11188r
ready dy to testify le8ly 1 to the worth of the thenegro th thuero ttinegro I
negro r Any coward ollll can CII oppress Ollllr11 a I peo people 11 1104II 1 1111e ¬
ple II but It takes 1IIIIel u brave bre man to treat treatall trell tretiliiii I
all 11 meh of it whatever whueol race und nl condition conditionfairly clmllo clmlloCnlrl ronditiOtfa
fairly Cnlrl fa Irly Chaplain liii hlllnin Phi in Washington Wolhlngton then said saidI Midwould
I would rather we I every eler ono of th th1o000noo
10000000 100000 of negroes In thin thll country countrydriven co1lntr co1lntrdrivuri luntr luntrdrhlIln
driven drhlIln Into o the Gulf of Mexico Moxlc and Inlllunf Inlllunfth sunk sunktiern sunhtIitit <
tiern th I with h olcAn elen Immlfl 11111 and alllJre pure Imortsi Imortsithan hIUIUII hIUIUIIlhll hteurtthan
than lhll to llvo with the til life lte blood of lt nn nntlr anOIlier n nOther
Other tlr race rl1 Ivo of human hQnul beings IJelnJI drlllfhll dripping drippingfrom dnliiiilirihll
from frull rihll their hands handsThe handarho handsthe
The sneaker Olker thought thoulht It strange trnljt that thatthe thatIhe thatthe
the Christian ritlniio of the land lrnddo do not pub puuIhly pul pubhitly
Ihly tta take up the cause of tho negro In InIhlH InIhlH inthIs
IhlH matter mater He le said there therl Is II a remedy reme retnei retneilynch
lynch law cnn lie hE Ii put down 110111 If dealt 1f11 with withproperly wilI wilIprOIerl withproper
properly proper Hold old the participants flrllcpnnt1 In n nlynching If Siynriilng
lynching responsible re811lslbll personally rsolllly for or their theirdeeds theirdeeds theldeeds
deeds Arraign ArMlgn them on Oi charge Ihllg of mur murder mutclur muden ¬
den und RII when found tlunIIUlly guilty punish pUll Ish them themas themlS
as lS other othr murderers lurdtrJ arc Then 1hll JJoI mob mobsirk mouwork
work nk sirk will wil cease rea I think that much of ofthe ofthp atthe
the persecution Illtlluton of my people In many manyiiartu Ilny Ilnyllarll manytarts
tarts of this thlllountry cnuntry are the dark clrlt bourn bournbefore houI houreIiefote
llarll before pfotl the dawn din Chaplain hnllllln Winning Winnington Wllhlllg Wllhlllg10m
ton Hhvwed by b statistics ItHItc8 of production productionthy prllleton prllletonII
thy II III qffeoiivp w < irk the tlleHler thieriegro negn > wrtstlolnK waat1oiHptiltlcuhni wrtstlolnKvtlculafly
llcuintly vtlculafly wenUI1 III the Il south IOI lh Onu 01 On n nt ieijro Jro ro m merj li Iiievet
evet letS erj hundred hlldrll wmrcuii w11 wIiu cnil cni r ikd < kd toni toniis t Vftjt VftjtIs
Is II ensaffed eiign stl l In li teaching t a hh hiijg pifarJiIiiff IJflfhln atjd atjdother nld nldothr attdother i
other eonlol iirofosslonfll lon 1 work Oeth live the ne negro n nro nigro ¬
gro ro time tle lrofl and ull he will 1 nstonlxh tonl h the Ih worMII world worldIn
In II home IIole hulldlnghut hlielnghut In his hl own time timefor tm tmfor timefor
for h he Is l not to be hurried huried Whether Whethertho Whethr Whethrtho Vhehrliii
tho white whie limn lmn treats Iletl him justly jU81Or or not nothe nothe notlie
he run not be kept down 101n unlestt unlef ht lit litwilling II isihhihl
willing wiling ihhihl to stay 8UI down 10wn Will Wi you Ollt Olltlulopt not notadopt ilOttilopt
adopt the proper relation with wih our rdre rdrelove li1e li1elovE rtIiilove
love lovE nnd Inc frendshlp trelldlhlJ for all mankind mankindDo 1111lnl1
Do not struggle Arujgle ngalnst nJnlnHt us B but hu labor laborfor lab labCor tabflrfor
for us I for the common gqod gQol Help 1llp us uscrush IB IBIrulh tierush
crush Irulh out this criminal crlmlnl outrage ollmgf HO 10 opinowslve op oppressive npprl ¬
pressive prl 1 to us ns n moe lI aoe und should Ihoull lie lierevolting uo uolevelling e eIeoltln
revolting Ieoltln to you 01 11 as upholders uphold r of the themost theIOt theabet
most IOt Independent Imlepentflt country on In the thl tate faeeof tfU tfUor
of the earth rlh Justice luBlca and Rni truth truthternRI are arecternnl aretornni
cternnl and nnc Indicative of the trot Chris Christianity hrl hrltnnlt brie brieLlttfllty ¬
tianity tnnlt which besi6n blel 61 the world The Thechnplalnfl Thechpllln Thetinphatnc
chnplalnfl chpllln paper Jcr wag U8 applauded and andwhile aMwhlla sdihiile
while It I evoked consMsrable con hlrAble discussion discussionthe dl ISIIQI
the HHiillmoni 1tItmcnt of the nssoclntlon nlscnloll WAi wasin wasinruvor wns in infavor IhIlor
favor Ilor of his posltlgn posltlgnIOSTMASTKUslxDlRNSlUXS posllIQIrOsrr POtitlQii11osTMAsTINU
ISIal peeia1 to the Newt NewiWaehlngton NeW NewtWaahington
Waehlngton Wuhlnllon I D C C March larh aiJ 31 11 11Hudd l 11Fludd
Hudd has been ben appointed allpolnlet pontmnster pOllmlter at atDig atLug
Dig 1 Plney Pln Ilntah county ounl Wyo vice viceP
P It I Hudd udd resigned resignedPenMonirrsfiue 111 resignedI3ensIon1tsUe nl
PenMonirrsfiue JenRlo IIUf of March IB 15 1 1TtahOnhjnal 1W2 1W2UtahOriginal 11
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nn frl hints noli City Ciy U UOeo 12 12Oso
Oeo Ge P McCabe of Ogden who Is fm put putpluNl m mployed
ployed 11011 In the Ih agricultural Ilrtulturol department departmenthas dlpnrtmnthal
has hal been bn promoted llrmott11 from hOI l 1OO UO < 00 to I < 1000 1000HOODS 1000HOODS 0 0IOOD
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life lfo Itself II olf depends tlptnh It I Is I 1 it true trueNerue trueNerve trueNerve
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giving food uot Ororcomos OrorcomosThat OCICOIOS OCICOIOSThat OsercoiuosThat
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UeIONR KeMoros tho th appclito ppcllO builds bui s tip tipftrcnglli tp tpUclglh 11 11streiigthi
ftrcnglli ftrcnglliTestimonials TestimonialsWithout Uclglh streiigthiTestimonials
Without number Illnber tell lel what Hoods HoodsSarfeiimrllla Hoods8ItsuIWIla IhootisSarapnntItu
Sarfeiimrllla 8ItsuIWIla tics 119 done 11010 for for suffering sufferingmen SIUerrl SIUerrl10n
men 10n women 0101 anil Iml children chlhtl and andindicate Inll InllImlcto andhiidleato
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Entirely Entrely Innocent > <
Conntf 0111 Attorney At Altorhle lrllf Mcninei Ilrl I jt jtAboiii NJ it ithOII
Aboiii 1 hOII 10111 rflUUltlOllj Itiiivittntloii iinvcr atlon HAii II II t IIU ii iilh UK UKTo
To lh 0 the Clio liilicr liilicrnistrlct Llllfr Llllfrmllrlrt LtiIerDiatnirt
nistrlct Attorney Alorn Khhnor lCkhnoi C Ctornay cul Cpuntat Cpuntattontiuy l l10tll
tornay 10tll ChrlitenMn Chrillenin nnd 111 Attorney Atorn6y Whi Vhit Vhitlesd iiii iiiilace
lace lelt hold u 1 lout Interview 1lIllvlu with Itl Jujnai JujnaiLynch iujueLynch 11
Lynch In th tht penitentiary penentll on 01 I Iaftciiioun Bnturuhy Bnturuhyafteinoon S cray crayIfcloun
afteinoon Ifcloun In II r relation 1loton to the Male ute nildavit nl nil
davit dl1I 1 nit 1 whlih iou khi Implicates 1III1elIe 1mph icateil John Htrani HllliO U > o uColorado n nColorado IIeolorro
Colorado eolorro convict cOlvlot in II th tl the inunltr 11IIt of ofOodfroy ofOOlroy ii iiincifroy
Oodfroy OOlroy Prowse at lt tile 1 8heui Shel fttuncclub Hunch Hunchclub Jnch Jnchclub
club The mulL rlIIuf reaulLor of the tholnllrlol Interview U I thit thitall lho lii liinil
all 11 Idea Idll of bringing brrhll Btrange flrulI hyo to tostnnd tolnnL ii iietnod
stnnd lnnL trial 11111 hn tilts m b IOI ljoii on abandoned Ibnllol hrtlie hrtlieauthorlllcM 1 b th thnnthorltcl iiiauthorities
nnthorltcl r rLynch tIynch
Lynch was Wil t IXI exiiectSiIt > x > lltclll lti to illvnlg clvulg ilom ilomaglng danlIKlnl lath lathaging
aging IKlnl testimony l4slmol agalpsl UfllJ t Btnuiirs tlnullf but butto liiitO
to the contrary conlnLI hi convinced CIIllced Lisa thlll thlllIhollla nit iuinullities nitthotitlee
nullities Ihollla that Ihlt i the man 111 had iiothhii nothing 1011111 to todo II IIdo ii iitic
do with tliH thl thi crime at all 1 Iyiich 14luh tnlkml tnlkmlfreely tnl tiilkQIfieely Qd Qdtlee
freely tlee hla Htutcmunta HlllolUI being belnl ontlroly ontlrolyvoluntary otlthiol otlthiolinltintary i
unlro unlroIIUltory
voluntary IIUltory without any IU an proinls of ofward ofwant t twBrl
ward or 0 Ivnltmoy J nllnr He Hinted tUlte Ihll IhllfHlnngl hat hatBlrnngn hitfltrnnga
Blrnngn fHlnngl wan wnl not Ilt In the city < It at yie he Ullie Ulliethe Ilnll tfltntIn
the tht m rilnie 11nl line was W comihltlpd olhIU d lie Ialolnilutt I to coin plot tilulilhy e ely
allldavlt allldavltWhether afhn afilijavitVhstlier ly I destroyed 1111011 nil ni citdlhlllty olclblll of o MacoH MacoHallldavlt Mleo Mleoafhn iineeiafilijavit
afhnlplhI Whether lplhI or not hU hll HlaUinenti lllllonU Im Implicated In Inplca liftplientod ¬
plicated King In tho crlmo rlno has not been beenKlvtii heunKlvtll iieeigiVtll
plca le 1uf 11110118
Klvtii Klvtll out 011 by b the olllclnls olllclnlsLynchM olclu ollicittlitynohs I I14ynhH
LynchM 14ynhH statfincntd 11111111 may rn havo some someeffect 90molrclt somieftoet
effect lrclt upon UllOI thu sympathies IYllltllil of o the 110 board boardof boatl boarc boarcof
of purdoni and Ind may mR lend 1111 to unmu Hun ac action II IItlOII attioli ¬
tion 11110111 on thrir thI port Jllt favorable norlll t6 t hlllelf hlllelfAlOnN hiiiteelf hiiiteelfATTOIINEVt4 hlin lf lfATTOIINKV8
In Judge JUIII HtewnrtM tewnrl uouit uout this tlls tub morn morning 1011 niorn11g ¬
ing In FrlcU and Iml Kd Ntlldl Btlwttrda wards worn 016 nltiied entlHOI entlHOIll Siltillelsiit nltiiednil
nil attorneys utlrm for Hobeit obot I King mlG In Intho Inthe ir irtile
ll the case CnHI of the Stoic IHul1 VH 8 Jamey JIUei 143IICland Lynch Lynchand 14fch 14fchnnel
the condemned condemnedmurdorora coiideinneintirdorora
and llobt U I King 1111 coutcmned coutcmnedluflcror
murdorora luflcror of Godfrey Godr Piowse PiowselUB lrole lroleI notice noticeI
lUB I 2111 Ior nt IrctCP IrctCPThe Iret lrciuThe c cThl
The Thl Supreme Court rlrt today 10lll alllrmed alllrmedthe ufrmet uthirmeulthe
the Ih Judgment Judglent of the lower court In Intho II Inthe
tho iiiso tee of John JlJhl Ireccp Irol vs S thu tim lilt ItloOrande 1o 1ornll liltGntitUie
Orande rnll Western Wt81 rl Hallway Hllwn company companyThe IOmpnl
The cane cUle was IIB brought In Davis rotinty rotintyand ilotintynini ounl
and uld was t II Iii < > recover 1Olr 2000 000 UK 18 damages damagesfor Inlnes
for to 01 tho Ihl destruction of O a barn bnr nail uIII some somelucern taintItitern Oll
lucern hwer hy h lire Irt causml CilBid by n 1 spark II1rl from froman
an tnglnv tllilt of the defendant dlrntllnt company companyThe cotlllllY cotlllllYfho
The Jury Jur brought In a verdict for plain plaintiff plaintii iain iainte ¬
tiff tii In the toni 111 of 112811 112811Lhiia 1MO 1MOThis U60rhle
te This Judgment judgmlntlf In alllnwl umrllll In the Opln Oplnloi dhlIriio U l
loi io ondnl 18111 down 110 I II today todn jvhlch hloh WUH writ writit
it I 1 ii i ir T Justice JUIUtV BnNkln lnHkht and Ind concurred concurredIn
In uy Chief Justice Jutl t Miner and Justice Justicetin Justce Justcelorrh Juetleelionich
lorrh lionich tin r ten tenIn
OI ygi Snt ot Ih1tolcl Soiiteiicil SoiiteiicilIn ll llYn
In the case raJ of the th State Slle va S ttobcrt ttobcrtriyg UolJlrtCI flohertlygJ
riyg CI convicted cOlvlllel of failure tolulo to prolde proldefor IlrOllc
for 01 his Infant ton on Judge Jllgo Stewart this thismorning thl8ornlngeonnull thIsniorning
morning ornlngeonnull continued the time for passing passingsentence plsalng plsalngHenlence paeehiigilotItehIco
sentence until un April Allrl 12 101 101The 1 1000The DO
The case lR of the Ito State ut Utah va S J JJensen JJenln 3Jensen
Jensen Jenln et nl charged chlrld with wltllloplnl heaping their theirbarber IhelrIJbr theirbailier
barber IJbr chop Ahol open on Sunday wan wal settot set setfor selfOI
for trial by Judge Stewart on Saturday SaturdayApril Snturdayprl saturdaypnit
April prl pnit f fAlHiics rtiIeges
AlHiics 1 eleH Habitual Inhlual hInhltftiiiiiiiikniiicuui hInhltftiiiiiiiikniiicuuiJ DrnnknnnrM DrnnknnnrMJennie Irllkolle IrllkolleJ
Jennie J nnln Gibson Olllol I II Is Muihtr Rhlh her hubandHitnitiel husband husbandSamuel li hld hldSlmuel
Samuel Slmuel Cb80n llbson In II the thl dmtrlot court for forn
n divorce vorre on the he grounds of desertion desertionfailure 118tlnn 118tlnnCal desertIonfailure
failure Cal ute to support 1IIIIrl and habitual drunk drunkenneni lulk lulktnne drtinklances
lances tnne l Mm 11 Qlb albeon on asks nsl for the tie cue custody CUHlody cueLody ¬
lody of o their thclrnlnr theirminor minor child childIn lhld lhldII childin
In II Invor nl it A K I Hyde HydeIn 1dr 1drYI
In YI the ease 11m of Sarah Kverlmrd 1 vlr111 vu vuAlonto wethonto A AAlunzo
Alonto tt Hyde Ihdl in which plaintiff Tlnlntt sued suedto IUldtl
to tl recover rluver JSI6 GIG with Interest and ll atonhieys at attorneys ¬
torneys 101118 fees 8 alleged nleger to be the hnlano hnlanoduo bnllnc halanctile
11110 duo on Oi a I promissory IromlfHory note Ile Judge Jlcrf Hall Hallrendered Hal Haltrendered
rendered a decree doeee In II favor of the de defendant 11efelilalt tierenulatit ¬
fendant felilalt and not plaintiff plllntlf as erroneously erroneouslyreported errollouwly errollouwly1Iforlt erronenuiystarted
reported Defendant In his
1Iforlt answer answerclaimed an answerlalined wlr wlrlalld
claimed lalld that there wan WII no I considera consideration con llel ¬
tion Inl iou for the nato notelhlt that It AV WR H merely merelygiven Iprplv Iprplvllvel ilierelyiveii
given llvel iveii to secure Ilrl the payment of a note noteRiven MleIn hiot hiotziven
Riven In by b John W Young YOUUl which he h lied Imdfailed hal liedrailNi
failed 1111 to pay paycouivr pn
Judge Hall Hnl will wi tomorrow lomotow at 10 n m mmake mIllke rnnake
make Illke setting tnJ of equity UIII eases Iles for tho thoApril thoApri thenrlI
April Apri nrlI term tfrl of court courtJudge courtJude courtJudge
Judge Hall lnl today tonr entered enterfln a decree of ofdivorce ofIhorco ofiivurco
divorce Ihorco In favor flWol of plaintiff Ilnlntlf In II the theCM thetU theue
CM ue of Hey 10 U I Htockham vs S UoJn nu a U USjockham I IfJokhom L4oekham
Sjockham fJokhom oi a tho ground grolnd of desertion doeertlonRELIEF dOlerlol desertionItEI4LEIhCIETY
Program 110111 of thn thl lIiotttIniiii Nulmin Nulminlntloii Xlltoll h taiis taiis1fltIOII n nl1alol
lntloii l1alol Cotifproticn COlfplOICI Molida MolidaThe Monday MondayThe lollnr lollnrThe
The general conference cntrtnec of the Na National Nntlonlll Natonal ¬
tional Womans 011111 llellef 1elle society loelety will wl be beheld IHhel lieictil
held hel next nfxt Monday 110ntl nt lt the Ihf Latterday LatterdaySaints lAUerlaSlnl Latterdayialata
Saints Slnl university hell hlll The Tlo program programof proJrm proJrmof
of if the tl three Ihrle BOBslonM oMlonM will wi be b as II follows followsMonday tOII folinwe1nnday
Monday morning Congregational Congregationalsinging ConHfJltonl ConHfJltonlIlnglng CoiigrsgationaltingIng
S i Wil Williams W Wlam Wiilaiiis
singing Ilnglng Prayer PNer Mm Mri Claris Inrla ¬
liams lam Singing ilnglng Itoll ol Itfatllng 1fnlUng of nunites mln mlnut mlnlte
ut lte ites s nrij nl tuit annual Innutllellort report Andrew h1rPlor Idress of Wet welcome 111 111nmo Wetoune ¬
come nmo President 111Ienl Hathsheba 11111hlheb W Smith Smithlltports Slnlh Slnlh1Il0rtl Smithteports
lltports 1Il0rtl of presidents of stakes takl Talk Talkon
on 01 II domestic dOllto science Rlenr Mrs Mf I Ifnh nh D DWMttioe 0WIJO i ipstuItoe
WMttioe WIJO Heports Hoprl pfl 11It PtbS1detta lilotitfl of stakes stakesHinging staiiesllnging tkel
Hinging Prayer 11lr by Pnraldent M 1 Ilu Ilu11n l lea lealin a auclln
11n uclln lin Home HomeAfternoon Hor llorneAfternoOn
Afternoon Aterl0l1t nt Assembly AICIibl hallSinging hallSingingled halRllglng
led cii hy Prof Frt C J Thomas Thomns accompanist accompanistJllss 1fomIJnllt
diet 11 Thomas Thlap Prnytr llrs 11 irt Jullna JUII I ISmith ISmih Iinitli
Smith Smih Ringing quartet IUartt Opening ad addreas allreM adIreai
dreas lreM Prest Prpt liathshebn HathllbB W Hmlth Hi I h Ad Adtlress AdIrecs 11 11Irels
tlress Irels Mrs Annie Allile Taylor flylor Hyde lycl UeiKirii UeiKiriiof HelJrlof
of it presldints Solo Hitler mlllt Cleorge D DPyper DIper Dypor
Pyper ypor Address Adltl Dr Margaret 1lrlIt C r c Hob HobertB Hoberll Hubrts
ertB erll rts Polo f01o Mrs l Hal J Moore llore IteporU IteporUof
of presidents Singing KlnKnl Prayer Preol Preoldent PrHI PrHIlent Prectbut
dent lent Sarah Jennie Cautionflvening Cannon CannonRvenlng Calnon Calnon1olIlng
Rvenlng 1olIlng session 5t8lon Assembly AIIIIIJI hall hl ling flog lungng
Ing ng choir Prayer Mr 11r Julia P M MIarnsworth MPnniiswortiu r
Iarnsworth lnrsworili Hinging choir Opening Opnlll
lemorks Remarks Pratt lsl lnthsheba Ullhsheba W Smith SmithSolo Rlth RlthSolo Smitholo
Solo olo Mrs Margaret 11 gRret Hull Hul Address AdreA Mrs MrsIda tjrsIda Irl Irl111u
Ida Smoot Dusenberry JuHlbcrr Solo Slo Prof rot A AC
C 1 Lund lunl Itemnrks Ilmnrk Mrs R j K n n y Wells WellsSinging Wpll elle elleInglng
Singing choir Prayer lryer President Joe Joseph JOIeph Joeph
eph ph P Smith SmithPRESIDENT Smih SmihIIRESI SmIthiI
Head Ieal of California CalfornIa 3188101 Mission Brings lirlngsGood llrhllS llrhllSGood BringsOootl
Iteporl IteporlPresident IIJorl IIJorllrelldent IteportPresident
President lrelldent Joseph K l Itoblnson JoblnMn of the theCalifornia thp thpallfornla theahifornia
California mission lllon Is tl In the Ihl city ciy hay having hlv hlvInl hayUhf ¬
ing Inl Uhf rome to attend nttlnll conference conferElIce He Il ro reports roport rotOrts ¬
ports that the California Cnlorlo mission 11181011 U Inmolt In Inn Inoli
n most oli excellent Iclent condition cOlu1Uon Last llt y year yearhere Mr Mrtherl r rthere
there therl were werl three thre Imptlsma Jltsm to each Kl KlW RIdprln Ellen
dprln < W len In the field ell anti this th year nr the per percentage IlerentAte iierentag ¬
centage entAte will wi far exceed eceed that Ihat The vie visIt vieI 11
It I of the choir hint given 1In a t marked Im Impetus tinpetite n ntus ¬
petite tus to the work there and President PresidentItoUtnwin Jrlldent JrlldentIonll Vresidntlobincon
ItoUtnwin Ionll has hfH received Icelvfll letters lolers from fromMassachusetts ftm ftmta fromduuchuettc
Massachusetts ta hull Alabama Montana and nndother Rll Rllothr andthen
other states enquiring enuiring about Ibout the Mor Mormon tormo Ior ¬
mon mo people These hOIO letters lelrs were wer from fromtrnvelers rromtII rota rotatflvelers
trnvelers J rl who h heard IMnl the holr on on tin tinmM Ih Ihfl ihibust
fl tII bust mM Dr Illff I has ha proven a nlrmt great help helpto
to o the he cause e le there there giving Ihnr tho mission mision
arleu IleY much advertisement ntvelUmlent and 1111 creating creatingon crcatnG creatilnil
on interest In their work workThe workThe usorkThe
The IUlerelt only disagreeable now nws t hut ho hobrings hI I Ibrings
brings is that dlllllfluble Uld iCider Idr r Culbirt King t11 1UiMfCoyOtO of ofCoyote otoYOlo
Coyote Irlnl Urfl larfitld thl ld hlcoully county l Is sick lo < II itt lt1Btto lt1Bttonunento Ile Ilelhento AI AIntiflento
nunento lhento with typhoid fever Ho Jo l II it tu tulug bo boln 10
wili tYlold
ln lug attonded llomIcll by Ur Fonl 0n tho physi physician phYII phYIIInll phyiclan ¬
clan who nltendfd nl led Prent Cannon Cannonhit In Inhio II
hit lust Illt nKnrti tId1tteeILD nKnrtiMrs l llc llclIU
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Mrs Mt S CdrollnA Cllol G Akcrt Akerttif of tf Murray IIIIOY Iusscfi lIISCI rllMSCtuiiynt1lnvo
1 111 A tuiiynt1lnvo tuiiynt1lnvoCotiiity way 1 t tIounty lICO lICOeounlY
Iounty Clerk 0tlt Jntnea thin Ihll morning mornlll rfi rficelved r r16hed P Pveiued
celved 16hed word from the inwno Illnu usylum Ulylll nt ntProvo t tlr LPrUYo
Provo lr Vo ofithu ot stlt death of Mrs Cmollno CmollnoAkjrt CtlollU CtlollUk9rtoll Curolhi1Akt
Akjrt k9rtoll oi Saturday Ra attrduy t lru night The ThtetiIlt0rtt ThtetiIlt0rttlittle unfortu unfortunafe lurotu lurotulfi
little lfi womuhrwns itonhti hWne romialt committed 101111111 ttu1 from rrUn Mur Murray Murrayon tu turay
ray rayon on 11li1hhtIns Jaivj JIIJlnll Jtiuijns Insi unit nnIII rt rtin v ie Pt PtIn <
in II very J poorJienHh POQ ICllh being conflhcd con conflliedher hel to toher tolar
her bed hel SliSwns Bh Wil 41 y YO < I s ul ulleaves 1411 44LI > ihl ihlleasts I Illa
leaves lla a huiibniid hu itlld John H Akert klrt of ofMurray 0 I IMurray
Murray lurrM 1 and si h dilldwyi lldl t ranging from frol frola
3 tti Ii In n age ageJust
JusVwhntftdl JUlt Just I I whrtt YNU1 YNIlJl hnt 111Jo diilposlthoii po Il ltO Uon will wi ho made 11lhlo C C CI if ifthf
thf Ih I hi remainsIs rflnnlnl l not nl yet 1 tt Imown 1101 It 11011 ii Tho ho hilftj lull
band bU11111 In not ni flfilo ithIo 10 to lui hlll the lb nwtao f e1IuitChiirlal Jnlo Pf Pfburial f fhllal
burial hllal und 1111 1 the 10 womans llln mother who wholiven whoIVlK 5 5lisec
Washington Wa won wongruuhwl Itll ItlltItgiuphuthl
liven nt Underwood hlnllon IPI IPI1IuVhOl
IVlK ntQrool
1IuVhOl tItgiuphuthl gruuhwl today llty mid 111 ti id the uulhorltiO uulhorltiOwaitlnyfa lulorltl ittiibonitialt
ti tout h hiui v vOlMlTAXKrt
alt waitlnyfa illlllln ioply IIIIly 1 1iti rlll h hMm
Mm iti OlMlTAXKrt OlMlTAXKrtof 01 l 1IA IiIAl IiIAlFlue I
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The Thewaim hl lel1lI lu1euijbt eniljwri eniljwrilimits t of jthefatuhly the fomlly of the into Illto1LllII I Ihums
limits 8 ll6vn lt theme to exurwm exjlr thilr thilrThe IhtrWIIIIII the theWttiIfl
waim npincflliitlon OilJ1tfi lt tlon of till many manysinus lblail 0XPfI 0XPfIellis X1f X1fIIII1M
sinus of flyrnftfilhy extend 1tIIlhl d to theln tllfilltin tllfilltinIIIIll ln lntiirir I Iliii
tiirir tiervavemont hftw tnonl for the beautiful beautifulflowers beulIU eutittiillowrs III IIIfh
flowers fh lltll > and 1111 WWy other nlh token of nffco nffcotlonutv nrrco1I0llUIli alTecI
tlonutv I Itii a to remembrance remembranceNAtlUNAlTuUAUU le tOttlifl lllllhrulIleNAIWNAII brante branteNATIONAI
Iyceulii Jj CI1111 H fbo ft bft OiBiinlxeilCaiit OI unl7ellCallt John JohnV JohnW Jtihiii
W i V A I Ami Kctlrcil KctlrcilVho
I Vho ho foflous following t n V order ban been Untied Untiedfrom 198uellfloll instlouloin
from loin Nntl National llnl duard headquarters headquartersHull
Hull utlt rake City rtnh March ti s 1901 1901wn 1904Utili 19thatSfl
Utili wn < Or No 4o C 61hll Tim rommlHfllone eoinunisatoluejtIlteit 1 1oiilcpfs
oiilcpfs of th Ilv hi u Natlonnl Nal loitii I Guard 0 uatd of o ttah ttahHtatlonrd ruhIUIlOl1lfl I iii iiietatolicit
Htatlonrd In huHitlt tHttIt Uike City lty und a iihiiilhi amany lit litIIItlny <
many hiiilhi of tlinsu stationed oUewheru 11 IJhero nx nxon a aII
on II mnko It convenient C IItnl nt to t be present presentare
are hereby illrftcled to meet at the thearmory tile1111I01 lIt lItaIfltOi
armory 1111I01 April Urn C 1COU at 1220 p m aid aidat nJdnt nit nitat
at least oney a month thereafter at iI a atime 1 111m
time I and a ii ul plnu then I to Ii IJI > v determined determinedIn
III the capacity eltphlcityof xof a national guard guurltlY ly lycnim iytitinu
cnim At t the preliminary meoting meotingrule nwolllfIul flietititilrtutes
rule or bylaws fur 01 the In novornment of ofthe ofth 0 0lit
the th lit lyceum may mn hI iiinkld lUIIMl tintil1iid itd or oradopted orIllloptell 0 0KUolteul
adopted II than of pmceduro and pro program 1110gtum irograin
gram outllnos comntltueti tI appointed appointedand
and any hoP other QtJl I SII RIPH > IIK taken that will willtend 11111Inll sIt sIttiul
tend to to makci 1It lke the MCNIOIIH successful IIUI It lIlful In Inpromoting InIJIolllolhllf Ii Iihuinlotl
promoting ti Interest I nnd Inntruptlon In instruct ion In Inthe InIhp Ii Ii11w
the selection sol ctoll of subjects for IcotuiCH IcotuiCHpapers leolmCHJlIperlor leettltetImport
papers JlIperlor or dUousslon dl O lun 01 any other fen feature fenhlrt teatire ¬
ture tire of tile program the fait will be beb bebulll Ii Iiburn
b bulll in In mind that all arms of he ser service aerIct Perlice ¬
vice Ict will bq b represented rellle9 lIte1 In the attend attendance IItloIILlItnl utttendane ¬
ance Itnl l and tint therefore tho totilcushould toplcti toplctishould tOII8Mhollill
should be general rather than upeclal upeclalIn upecialii
In their nature nntll e so that all may bo boequally bolllIllIy hi hisitluttly
equally Interested Intoll lCl1 The meetings 1Uf III1 tI should shouldnot sliotiknot ho1l1l1nol
not be so lengthy as to be weurlBomc weurlBomcnor
nor so frequent an to become JcM om6 a tax up upon iiiliii ¬
on the th time of those lu attendance li lidislied 1MIIIRIIII 11 11lsiitil
dislied The presiding pro llllult officer I of o each eachit eachRllIllon earlosiio
sslon it osiio > who will l h he > f the highest ranking rankingotnVer rllnklngolr rankinsutilter
otnVer present will cause the session sessionto lien 1011
to UI w ripen punctually at tho limo ap appointed tillolntetl itiiloliuteil ¬
pointed tad nnl runctulIlI Uu proceedings to bo con conducted candUIhlll conlucted ¬
ducted In an ordorly ortl lly prompt and nnc ex expeditions explllItlonlJ oxiedltIonC ¬
peditions manner mannerCHAH l1lnncltHIMB mannerthiAH
CHAH tHIMB 8 nUHTON nUHTONAdjutant nUHTONAdjuluut BURTONAdjutant
Adjutant Ooneral OoneralThe OcuieralThe
The he folowlng order was Issued Satinlay Sat Saturday f1nltlrllllY ¬
urday afternoon afternoona
a 1 0 NQ No7I TI Captain John W A Aford AI AItord Alord
ford commissioned February 23 29iasing 1895 1895having 1895hl111I1f
having served eight yenta I Is upon his hisown hittell
own application placed Upon tho re totrod retired 11IIIed ¬
tired Hat as provided In section lice lion No NoHIB
HIB rovl revised od statutes oMtah of tHnh this or order orIIIr orIcr ¬
der to take effect March 25 S 1902 1902MIMTAHY 19021I11JITAUY 1hl02MU4ITAUY
Captnln J W WAltdrll V Alfdrd entered Nllerelllhe Nllerelllhe1I0nlI the Na National Naloan ¬
loan Quard as private May 29 2 1S91 1S91and I89tInd 1991ad
and ad VUH on the same day tIn elected first firstlieutenant lIut1I0uttnnnt firstIcutenant
lieutenant Ha wan I I elected cantnln cantnlncompany cnntllillC eantainoJilrany
company C ltilLI1Y P on Feb 28 1805 commit ootnmlsBlinnid I commitjlnidsame OInI1IBSflldIIt1It1e
Blinnid SflldIIt1It1e ame datn Appointed adjutant adjutantTJlrst odjOlnntJjJiIt nuijutfintlrPt
TJlrst lrPt lnfantr lllr nll > IM JJe 1 U9S Heappoint Heappointwl
wl ci I adjutant Klrat lrat Infantry Spt S iJ 12 12900EIectetCuiDtiiti
1900 900EIectetCuiDtiiti Elected iCftDtaln < tllln toinpuny C First VintInfantry FlrtIliruntry Firstntitntry
Infantry July 1 i ievi ieviIl vl vlII vh vhJr >
II The rful r jlfiIJlltion natlon of Copt apt It J JPlumhoff Jlllulllho 3luinhofi
Plumhoff as adjutant ndhlimt First Infantry nfantr Is Ishereby IIIhoreIJy H Hmereby
hereby nuoepted to 0 take ta offeet this note noteJly dnteny
Jly 13 order of the Commanderinchief CommanderinchiefCHAS
CHAS s UUHTOX UUHTOXjVdjmunt UlmTONNJjutunl fltJItTONMJtttunt
jVdjmunt NJjutunl General GeneralSHUIJiyIHETH GelleralSllUllr CleneralS CleneralhitUhIOETM
Dr H i It Sohultz a dentist l was all tried triedIn tllutIhi
In n Judge Dlehlq court this hlA afternoon afternoonOn
On In the th charge of brutally beating h IJ8 IJ8wlf harife a aWlfo
rife Thu offenuo Was Ofl committed Sat Saturday Saturday Satirday
urday night and according to o OlllcttlUrOl1I nicer lillociJrhwn nicerUrown
Urown and another witness Schulte Schultethr SchultllthttIV Schiuhtehrsw
thr thttIV w bin inns > to the floor tried to tear tearhit1 ImrIIet tearlam
hit1 lam clothes off choked her nnd struckier struck Htruokhgr llruo llruoher <
her ier several tlmet In the face faceSohultz fnoeSnhultz facechults
Sohultz said It was 118 merely a mUll JlttlornlHUnderstandlny mUllllsUmlerlllandlnJl Jittienlsunderstalulln
rnlHUnderstandlny He also said ne nevont liewent ictemil
went to his wires room to go to tochurch toc1ureh tohuri
church with he her although he was wasdrunk walldrunk wastrunk
drunk drunkThere drunkThero trunkThere
There Isnt any punishment here hereBitfltolent her811nlolollt hereitfilcient
Bitfltolent for or you OI said 1 Jude Dlhl Dlhlafter Ulthlotler Diehultter
after finding the defendant fellrJllnl guilty guiltyThere fll guiltyThere 111 111Ihtro
There is not omunth enough punish punishment punIshment punishent
ment ent In the law for you There rher rhernIJolutly li liabsolutely isbeolutely
absolutely no exeufio for your brutal brutaltreatment ImUnltrofltmelJl liruitatroiitmomit
treatment of your wife Tho court courtgave Iourl14I courtUse
gave Use tho fellow 100 days for the bat battery bltIIIY h > at attry ¬
tery and 25 days for drunkenness drunkennessTho drumikenneesAMUSEMENTS
File town will bo given n chance to totake totime
take time lt Itt breath before the th big Confer Conferonce Conferace ollreronol
once ace plunge Into annulment the sea reawn seaon 11 11JOn
wn on for which opens at th the Qrnnd Aid Aidneeday hdn811111 id ide4ity
needay uftermwn tint nt the th Theater TheaterVrlday Thpllprtrl Theaterrlday
Vrlday trl rlday l1 night Tho Ino advance sale for forThe forThe forThe
The chimes of Normandy 1 III now no v go going goIng goug ¬
ing ug on onAt 011t onAt
At t the Theater Th nter tomorrow night u very verynotable seryotable Ir Irnotable
notable musical entartulnm ntertulnment nt will bo bogiven 00glvn belyon
given lyon In the fomblnw appearance of ofthe otIh oftie
the Ih tie violinist Leonora Jackbun und the theOrpheuq thlOIlhe titerphteuij
Orpheuq OIlhe 1 club clubN cillbNEW clubNivvoiksrocKs
NEW NivvoiksrocKs NivvoiksrocKsSpecial YORK STOCKS STOCKSSpecial STOCKSSveelal
Special SpecialUy Sveelalmy
Uy leased wire to the Central Block Stockzoliange BlockExchange BlockBxolanng
Exchange 215 Main street streetMonday 8treenMendn etrtetMonday
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Groat Live LWeUfrd Bird Tournament Is on ontoday enT ortOday
T today d y at ALKt1nsas Kansas City CityM CityIIAHUE CItyit1WE
CiillUou of Nail Lain I U I Itiitrrcil ICnlrllIllllII1lulI In InUliiny II IIitliuli
Uliiny I1lulI of f HIP litniKNuy IhI1I tla Innd Inndiln 11l11t1I LiiillID
lID I To 1111 1111Inl8l liiigiintie p pKansas
Kansas City CII Mo M March 30Most 30 loMt of ofI ofIhe1tl ni nitime
I ho Ihe1tl Id willS HhntH uho ho huvn entered enteredfnr enteictor
fnr or tho I hiu Oratid Airtflrlunn A IIltl ulI 1II1 ii haudUnp hItlIlI nll lisa llvobird lvoIJlrll lisabird
bird tduvnnmant t Il1Il lItlUlt at 111111I l > lm > Hlv Hlvtr r purl llIrl1111 llIrl1111thl < jl jlthis In Inthin
thin thl city oil are here hOIelonlght tonight Delegation Delegationhave DeINntlun1lIaYII Deteguttiilllmavti
have urilvvd on olleer ovary train during the thepast II1Ipo1 tiltmat
past U t hours Among monlf the largo delega delegatlono dlleKIlions tielegittons
lions today loiln was va ItO wing shotN fruitCimlengo from fromChlcngo CtumIIlcnlro
Chlcngo who catno utlult In this evening un unthe ui uithe
the ltfc special specialN specIalNearly 1lelnlNIKIII
Nearly NIKIII N nil of the lie prominent wing wingshots witi witishots
shots In the Unltvil Btntos wilt par parUclpnto 1111lcllllio varticipitjo
Uclpnto In tho th big client thin year yearMiuiy yeurIMlln
IMlln Miuiy iho v lit are III hero have iaie purtlclpnted 11urtlclVIIIIIII
III II n v6ry Uiand American handicap handicapilnri hniudicaiCiiis
ilnri 111 It the annual shooting event wua wuaInaugurated sitietnhttugtiniited 118 118Inuugurlltelt
Inaugurated The he unprecedented entry
list brines IIllnll4lll in the front many nny aspirants aspirantsfor
for wingshot llnlr hot ImitoiH who have Iwe never
been lJ ell heard of bofoie b fcju oll Manager Munu er Bhanor Bhanorwho RhllnNwho l4tiauiemusimo
who lm Ilat > munnged every Orand Ameri American Anwrlrlln Anwnimu ¬
can huridluap since 1SU3 ayn that nl nlniOKt litIIlOlit atuiiuMt
niOKt half of those entered are ni Ht 8trun 8trungPI8 strungirt ran rangers ¬
girt to hum humihie him himThe hilltrlw
The preliminary events will be the
KunsaH City mucpstlteH nl 12 birds birdsto
to be shot from thu 3uynrd mark nnd nndwhich nndWhllh antituhiith
which will tnko place tomorrow nwn
lug a and lid the I lie ii nltronnwdur I no pa luther handicap at it
in 6 birds on rrUefl Tuesday a The handicap halldl np In
the latter will lie the name at that In it
lie Orund American handicap lund 11I
both events VIHI will serve as practice 11raol tirnctico CI for
the hi big event lWentoll on Wednesday Wednesdaynl
enl nl Colllson of Salt Lake Is l entered
In many III inami a II of the events even Is and his past
record encourages enroUtUglJs1I111 his friomln to liopo
thnt he will land pretty 1080 1 10 tho tho10f tin
Jl1J NIJJjS H t LY n umr umrAmcrloan VltTAillcrluan IJItT4tnCtluan
Amcrloan Dorhy Camlldatn May MP IQ Not NotHo Nntl1n NOtho
Ho Able to Hun AgalimChicago Again AgainChicago InlllChicago
Chicago March SlIt Is reported
from from Hawthorne thnt nunnells one on of
John A Drnkca American Derby can camiilidatee nil ¬
didates was severely Injured while be ¬
ing given ison a workout According tccorthjn to the thereport thEtl1jJort he hetehiort
report the horse overreached hlmnclf hlmnclfand hlmsclfnllli lituneIfan1
and n tendon of o one of his forelegs fouelegsbfldly wan
bftdly cut Trainer Wlahnrd could nut
ho reached nnd Mr Ir Drake In In New No
York Yo tIt Hunnells IH the colt which Drake
liousht of if T I P 1 hayes last winter for
4I30W Ho had Just been put Into Intotraining Intotlnlnlng Intotraining
training at the Hawthorn track trackLOCAL tmcltLOCAL trackLOCAL
ilnmrs daiti Jlurphy MumrphtyniiuiJgtk nml dark Hoot 9 9Iox 111 llnylIar 1111I0x
lIar In I Snit att LutktThe Lnkn LnknThe Yltkolhe
The Utttto Intcrmountaln say Kid 1 hI
Williams who recently recentl losl to a Jerry
McCarthy In Utah In back In Ilutle Ilutleand lTulleand Ihutteand
and In anxious to meet time hu huslty l < y Jer Jerry JItty Jerry ¬
ry again againI
I see by the papers thnt Oglcshy Olle8bnutll Oglethywante
wantB to fight me said Wlllhms yes yes111k II ¬
terday and whllp I am willing llIln nnd nndcady lIndIeud nnItoady
toady Ieud to meet any art of them at my myweight
weight I would prefer to take on1 onMe onMeGlIrthy McCiarthy Mc McCarthy ¬
Carthy once more When McCarthy McCarthygained 3lcCarthygaIned leCurthlgained
gained the lie decision de lHlolI < over or me 11 recently I Ihud 1had Ibath
hud been knocker kno ked to my 11 kni knees H and andstaid onllItnld andataid
staid there purposely for the count for
t wanted to take takulldvnntRjfO advantage of abouteight about abouteight abouteight
eight seconds In which to rest rl 81 After Aftertluee flertlltpe Aftertittee
tluee or four Hcconds McCarthy came cameto
to mi and wanted to l help me up Of Ofoourso otcourso Ofcourso
courso I refused ns o I ivan there to rest restand rellllllid restItrid
and while hllo I wins there arguing with Mc McCarthy Mernrthy McCarthy ¬
Carthy to let mo alone tho referee refereecounted IpfereeIouuted refereenouhited
counted me out I dont think It was wasfnlr wnlltnlr wnnfitir
fnlr and I bellevb I can defeat tho thoWalkervllle thoWllkervllIe theWalkurville
Walkervllle Pet He outweighs me by byseveral hyReoorollound byseveral
several Reoorollound pounds but I cnn lick him with witha withfoIl
a fair shows showsJameus showJnmeI chuiuwJames
James Murphy the genial boxing In Instructor Inslructor lnetructur ¬
structor at the Uutte gymnasium eakl eaklyesterday 8111dHtrtIU taidyesterday
yesterday HtrtIU that It had almost been ar arranged orm tinraiiged ¬
ranged m n ell for ha und Junk Hoot to fight fightl
l 10 Salt Lake In August t Murphy IH Incoihlhtient IHconfident I Icon1h1ent
confident that lie can take the measure measureof tnen utC utCor
or the Chicago heavyweight and 011111 h I will willIng wtllI ivillleg
leg I to back bio Judgment wIth coin of ofthe o otile ohue
the realm In his halcyon days Murphy Murphywas bit1rtlhiyline lurJlhyIVns
was the tll peer of any on o of tho const welter welterweights welterwolkh ssetterweights
weights II and though he h Is now older by byseveral byenll byseverI
several enll years he h IH sure that he linn linnnot hRAht baaaht
not retrograded roltlJlmlllllnmllll and Is anxious to put putui pututi putUt
ui uti hits hands In the roped arena once oncenloro omiceniorts
title 11mb Olnh Shoot ShootFollowing RhuulFollowlltlC ShoutFohiowlmig
Following nut the scores of tho rifle rifleclub rlnetllib riflehub
club school yesterday afternooon at the theclubs thecl1l thechiilip
clubs cl1l S range rangeWilliamson lIgo
Williamson 46 W 4014 f 4 CO 4S 57 57Johnion 6 6ohnlolt 57ohnsoii
Johnion M 74 6J 71 63 3 72 BC BCLetchlleld MLetehflehl 00Iatchilleld
Letchlleld 07 71 16 6 69 6 60 62 CO 62 62Crevellng C2rllvllInJ 02rmeveltng
Crevellng M 5 67 J 11 K > C2 12cntl1er80n R9 R9Wentberson 63lVefttlierSOfl
Wentberson W e 50 0 71 02 52 74 74Hlgl i i11ItY 74IligIy
11ItY Hlgl y U i 77 5 e < J 60 SO 801JfI SOAbel SO4be1
4be1 Abel 1JfI tt fi6 6 CO COSmith COSmith 00Nnilthi
Smith 62 B3 B3UASRItiUVlViVr 113USJmM4 53lhASIIAlhAr
Harry Sloncy AIOIIC nml numlaltiunols a Huncli of Ilaf Ilafpr
pr era nxpcctnl B Toilay Toilaylo rmla rmla1o Thlft01ogan
lo 1ogan Kan an funs ups are Ir looking forward with withmuch withouch lIh lIhlIIu
much lIIu h Interest t to the expected arrival arrivalth urrl urtlt l lthnf there
th here r today lodll of Harry Stoney tonl and a nmimbvrof anut1tb aiutiibet
mimbvrof nut1tb I or ball testers lR who will 11 do their theirbost th twintest lr lrOOllt
test to land lie pennnnt In that city citytills clt cltI cityills
tills I season seasonIt I esieoiiIt ASOIJ ASOIJ1t
It will probably be u surprise urprl to some someto
to 0 1 Irarn thnt Utoney Ktone has seeurcd forh for fortht rorIhtllogllll
tht Ihtllogllll h > Lopun team two players wellknown wellknownhere 111I1I101V1Ihto
here LOb They 1he ate Hilly JJlII McCauslnnd AteCuuslnn1lU1dWile timid nndWue timidVtie
Wile Willie halTer In addition to tothese 10Ih tohiese
these Ih c he has hll signed Mel Hamey John JohnTaylor JohllTnylor Johitinylor
Taylor and a man named Hell Kelly all of ofDenver o oDOIIer oflooser
Denver and there are two A 4 1 pitchers pitcherscoming llIcherllcomllJlI iitehiersomiijg
coming but who they the arc Btoney de decllne decllne uiehIne
cllne to reveal nt this time U His Is ex expected IXp exefted ¬
pected p ctlc1 thnt the team will he fully or organized orItnlzed oraniced ¬
ganized within a few fIV days und will willshortly willahortly islilhiortly
shortly be out ou for preliminary work workLATE wotkLATE workLATE
Thero Th re will bo I n meeting of the Stab Staboreetry Stale StaleForestry StaloForestry
Forestry association next Saturday nf nftetnoon I1ftetnoon afetnoon
tetnoon at 4 oclock In the ofllce of ofSlate ofSlale ofutile
Slate Superintendent of School Net Nelson Npltln NetIofl ¬
son tln In the city Ill and county counl building buildingTonight blllllllncionlght bulhhinglonlghmt
Tonight at 8 oclock the vote nt 1111 1111he iu iube Ii Iime
be me taken on the high school proposition propositionIn propo llIon llIonIn
In 11 hn ttui three illstrMs IIItrl In the r lllt Mint In Inwhich 1nwhich InthIck
which It In l Intended to establish e high highschools hllhschDol higheboohs
schools schoolsTodays schDolQdn1I eboohsT
Todays T days bnnk clearings amounted to toJG3T9VMO toSC3T9
JG3T9VMO SC3T9 940 as against Ji395S12l for the thesame theHIIIIII theattic
same day dn last year The clearing for fortlif tortilt forlie
tilt lie month nmntint In t H7Pfl7S7 14 7111117 57 57kainet m magainst IVInltttln8t
against J102J3SH52 for the same day daylast 11IIYInst tinymint
last year yearnie renrIIIrull yearcarefully
carefully < nie IIIrull > fully prepared papers on Mexico MexicoMlfu lpxlcoI
I y > Mlfu Mlm Wlstnar IIlIDU and on missionary missionaryork
fork ork of the Baptist church by Mlsn MlsnParsons MIIIRlnrson Zuthmarsona
Parsons arsona were read and appreciated nlpre intNllaBt intNllaBtIHnlng < last lastIM lastsenlng
IM tnlng by a good 0011 audience In the Kast KastHide 1 Eastide nllt nlltIIlde
Hide Baptist churchrtmtnent church churchprominent rhurdlNomlnent
prominent hotels In New England 1 anti andIn antiIn antin
In n the far western w Blcrn states so that IIP IIPha hIhl ha11th
ha l a wldo ncciunlntancc wltji 1t1 the thetraveling Ihetrlvcllng heravelIng
traveling public and knows their theirwants theirwllnls theirnnta
wants Mr Presbrey Pres Jie will leave withhe with withthe lIh lIhtbe
the he best wishes of f many friends In Salt SaltLake Sllt11ke Saltalce
Lake LakeBy 11keD alce
By D 1 the terms t rm of a deed filed In the
iMi N nnTnTTN N u
4 ii iiit
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We have
received a munificent nitiC
line of hangings this
aoason SOtt All
tho latest atylos
oyry oyj low
Wo Invite your ifl3POC1IoWe Inspection InspectionWo
We aro now prepared prop to d0 Qu
kinds of Interior
II J decoration find
can assist you In
t your house hou houdonning
cleaning cleaningToll cleaningTeli donningToll
Toll us what you what wlit
We wowill WewUl wewill
will furnish estimates estimatesHD1NWOODEYFURNITOECO estimatest ostlrnateII
nnnnn n H H N
HnN oONofff oONofffJVEWNlJNJ > <
And Will Continue Until Untill1l1 All 4 Goods An Anat AreJold 4reSold
Sold at
1 11 11GARDNER
Wb ran acres a lot of suits the oth other other othor ¬
er day cia ciaIut dayhut f fHut
Hut we dont mtppdso it matters matUrtinutfi mattuKlIu mattersmubi
inutfi lIu h to you ou how or where we tot totthem rt rtthem I Ithem
them themHnoughlhnt themI themlnouglilimtt
Hnoughlhnt I they aro here for you youWell youWell youirehh
Well the suits were Intended to sell selliii ll llIn 1III
III retail stores for II 1000 each eachSome eachf3oll1u eachtloimi
Some stored that believe In glvl glvlextra Ilvlnr Ilvlnrextru ghiugextra
extra vnluefl for tho money mijlt mijltluivc IIIlrhlluLVo mnltbtlitivo
luivc marked them J900 J900There S900I 900I
I There are about CO suits here nnJ ait f fcan fQU fQUcan yollcart
can have your olJr choice for J6W J6WTho S6Ofho 900I
I Tho fabric Is an all wool 001 green gr < n na iuiatune nature milI ¬
I tune a dot of thread here and lien tlierTho IhmTho lienThu
Tho rout ran t Is round cut style lined linedWith linedwith line1with
With a good quality of Italian cloth clothand clothnnd cIthand
and thoroughly tailored oil nlllhrouh nlllhrouhDOIIt through throughDont throughDont
Dont wait too loiie cans canswont her Iheronl herwont >
wont onl bo half enough to go around aroundOf
Of coiirso Ollr 1I these are not the coil on1Hull coiltulle IT ITButts
Butts we have haveOthers hn hmureOthers ve
dozen Nice Nicebetoen la labetween I isbotuseen
Others up to 3000 a
between betweenONE botuseenw
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ONE ONEPRICE ONEPRICE PRICE J P PGar Gardner d ner MAIN MAINST 130138 130138MAIN 13th 130 8T
county recorders nflleo today Orln OrInlIlIpI P PMiller I IMillet
Miller lIlIpI tranUers his farm at Klvcrton Klvcrtonto
to t Oonlon t It 13 Hills for or a ronxlilfrnUnn ronxlilfrnUnnof oll hlptotiOIl hlptotiOIlot
of WOOO 5000 Tho tract noM ponslsts Jn81 tll of ofabout orIbOllt ofabout
about 40 acres IIllQllnf of highly cultlvntrd and andImproved nnLlIIIIroel1 andimproved
Improved land landThe l hAmiti11w nd ndThl
The special services rloel at t Ht I Marks Markscathedral 1lurkecathietirat QrklI QrklIcnthedrl
cathedral reclni yesterday afternoon fur tho thoKnights th thlnl thuhCnighitn
Knights lnl hl Templar was attended by h M Mknight 60knlglubi I Iknlllhill
knight nnd a congregation that tilled tilledthe fllI fllIthe filledthe
the auditorium to Its utmost capacity capacityThe caIlIlCJyfho
The dean spoke from ruin the th text jtnlmletind Arise Arisennd ArlgIInlllet
nnd IInlllet let your olr light shine and vvna at attentlvely attcnlllly attejitlvely
tentlvely listened to The music was of ofspecial otl1ecllll ofspecial
special excellence lxcllI illo mid tho knights knightswere knightswere
were delighted dllI htell with lIh the entire ser service IprIce persbce ¬
vice Ice They rh y wero lirO attended by Hclds Hcldsband HoldlbaHI Ifehdsbaud
band bandHalt baHIIIllt baudSalt
Halt Lake Is to lo lose e one of the best bestnnd h hmestanti lIt lItnnll
anti most popular hotel clerks Hint over overcame oVlrnllll overcame
came to this hil pity Ity In the th departure departureshortly dlpllrlllreoHhortl departtlreshortly
shortly of FjedJreiibrey FJel1 PreJhre chief rhlefcllrl clerk oftile of oftho oftill
till Kenyon hotel hi iel for Los Angeles Angeleswhore Angele8whore Angehetwhere
whore he will take charge nf tile office officeof
of the Hollenbcck k hotel Mr Prcsbrey Prcsbreycame Prrsbrlcame rabrcycame
came to this city two and a quarter quarteryears QUl1rteryenrll ciuarteryestre
years n 1Ur0 o from Sioux City CII where hehiId he heheld hIhuld
held a prominent and trusted hotel 110 position 110ltlOll 110eltiobl ¬
sition tn assume his present duties nt ntthe IIIthl atthe
the Kenyon He has been a hotel man manfor manor
for 01 many mlln years eors nnd has managed managedConsult monlUClnOIlAT managedIIiUIIATII
NOTICtJ NOTICtJCcnsult ZOTItJk1Contult
Consult County Count Clerk or the respective rtipcctlvsigners rupecllve rupecllveIItner respectivesigners
signers for further Information InformationIN
Division In and for Salt Lake County CountyState Count81nte CountyState
State of Uuli In the matter of the he ci cilute I cilute
lute of Thomas Hewlett doonifsl IhC rd Notice ftollcuTho NoticeThe otlClTho
Tho peIOT n of Voter ReId 1t ld Monitor of ofth ofthe tiCthe
th the f cutat uuCf tpl C tf C C Thcmai Hqttlctt 1I tlcti dicemoil dicemoilpraylnifor I 4coasarhpraylef eeasorl eeasorlpralot
pralot praylnifor for the tie settlement ettlem nt of nail ftll 1 nccount nccountof I Iof
of sU1 eId Ilhseculor eiecntorand all4 for tbe dlitrlbutlon of oftlioreilduo oftho ofhO
tlioreilduo tho hO restduo of mid lIt Mtttfttothnpenonten Mtttfttothnpenontentltlod llltate 10 thft Ilenon nensonstItleil en entled
tltlod hat b i been beellet eat < ot for hittlnzon nOsy trltl tho thoittii the11th i imil
mil dsr of April A n wn m to OClock ociocicam
am at the lie County Court house 1I0u p III the tbetotitt theourt I Ilour
lour Itoomot skid 14 Ootut ollrt In Salt tttk Cloy OltjrSnltrAkerounty CloySill I IBllit
SnltrAkerounty Sill rAke County Dish DishVltnwjtho Ul UtibtVitmnselbo h hWltne
Vltnwjtho Wltne > tho Clerk of salt Court nlth withttia withttiatech llhtI llhtItal tin tinsrtl
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months you Olt wilt III rpth IIr IIrIhRllrd II IIImioured
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IhRllrd for the full ° ° m m1anlc °
the lending 0111 line lICe In fneUrnt fneUrnttialubes uranr In wt t ont ontmClltth8 1111mwithiB
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mClltth8 lues and hould thbusand dam dollarff damhare
family would r receIve eIVp the bUY n ause OII OIIWI
hare Or If you ou Wlllh to and od a1o a1oou a1lyou °
WI will loan you 0i1 lM lnontY small monthlY monlh111101IIent9 monthlYpayunentt
you ou to pa pay I hark In cOflttgi rcnlra t for forfew or orCe
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200 nnl nd 201 01 progrrU Co CoD COIi
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