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2 f DESEEWrIflNJNCNrS FRIDAY MAY 17 100
T PEACE MEETING
OffiCIAL GAlL
Gov John C Cutler Issues One
Over His Signature This
Afternoon
VI TO THE CITIZENS OF UTAH
To ho IIoM 111 tilt Awnllily Hull Suit
Liikr n I r SO on Sunday Af
ternoon I
CU v Cutler today Umird an otllolal
i will fur the jicaee mrttliiK to be held
t V In tin A IIi > Wy hall on Sunday fter
nonn next tli < 6 oclock The l11
sols forth the Wijcct of the meeting
V nnd nn urgent rqu8t for the < ilttxcn
V
lo attend in the following language
To the Ulzfim of ttah
p RecoKiilzlriK the vltm importance of
v thft PPRCP movement Instituted by tHe
tlriRulHhed hinniuiltarlans and pronWt
Id liy Invfrw of mankind In all the
world nnd wltnpwinK tho progress s
ctirctl fur thin movement Ijy the van
ouf organisation devoted thereto I
V consider the time opportune for lh
for nrdlnsr of thlx worthy raute In the
L1 Strttn of Utah by ofllrliil action of the
governor
V Ill aecordnncft heron h there III
hereby called n meeting of all the citi
zens rtf Itnh Interested In this move
ment whose convenience the time and
place will suit to be held In the As
V sembly hllll Halt Lake City Utah at
330 on this Afternoon of Siltidny May
JP ISflT ThlH srntherlns will com
memorate the iiniilvcraary of the IIII
ppniblliiK of Thi > Hague eonfeienee
clHeusH the advantuKfm of pence anil
the ways and means of promoting It
and transact such other huslneig nn
V may appropriately he presented An
earnest Invitation Is extended to the
members of organizations devoted to
the establishment of peace unil to nil
othercitizens Interested In lIw wel
faie and pr reM of society
TOliN C CTTLHTl
fov rnor
L
NAYLOR CASE DISMISSED
Ilrcl PrnMMMitloti Under I I t c liii I i ii
I i I C CMIM in Srillriiniit
In thn IIe of th1 State VII f > orjf Nay
lor wh was ariesled nninut lime ago on
the charge of vlOr I log tin stale hut t lu I
tural lnv In that he hail pear hllsht on
hill tree the nintter was illtmlsse bv
tuflce Diehl thltf raornliur on motion of
V I 114 nroKrciitlni nttuinry mid the re will
no further oseeu loll
NEW COMPANIES
b
Clurrj ilciU I 101 In I I ill unit lloyd I rug
C o rile Ullclei
The Cherry Creek Ijinunzn Lead
Silver MlnliiR company or this city
filed HB articles of Ii leorporat tim with
V th > Hticrotary of mate totlny Its alit
til Slock Is SISfiWQ divided Into sharps
IIf tho par value of 25 rents cii eh Jaints
W Smith III proAUIoiil M 15 Godwin
V xlcc president and I It Crall pcore
tnry nnd tmisuier The Hint two with
31 II Urady nnd J 11 Dunn constitute
ithu board of ii Ii c mrs The company
V onus the Snowball group oC 12 claims
located In tho Cherry Creek district
V White Pine county Nev
Tho Lloyd Drug comapny of this
rUy Illed artloliH df Incorporation with
the county clerk todtij1 The capital
Htook ot the company Is 10UOl divid
ed Into shares of lie pur value of S5
oaoh Waller Lloyd Is president It
1 Lloyd treasurer nnd P J Ilopr
tecretary Thn company aucceods to
the property of the Llyod drill Htoro aL
02 couth Seventh Kant street
t
DciminMratlon in ft C At I
We ir domoiiHtratlns In our Hard
V Will Department a wonderful Screw
Driver Ihe ono tool holds and dilves
pevonteen hlzcs of screws It cannot
slip All arc Invited to come In and
wlllloM I tflhI lilt rhi I Ivin
t
V r WEATHER REPORT I
rtccold at the local office of tho weath
er buicnu for the 21 hours eiuilna nt fl
a m today
Temperature at e to m 31 mxalnmm
V 18 inlnlimiia 43 mean < M nhlrh 18 6 ito
M 4h hove normal
rrcclpltntlon Hlncn lilt tint of tie
V month 12 Inch whkh Is 15 Inch above
V the normnl
V Aocumulute cjroti ulncc JHII I 179
V Inch
lUlatlve hutnlillly at 6 N ait 70 per
V e < nt
IOHKCABT TILL P 51 SATUUDAY
Local forecast for Sail Luhti City and
V vicinity
V V V Partly cloudy tonlffht and SHIiinlay
V H J IIVATT
V V Seeiloa ncLur
V V TODAVS I ltl hElttIIli i
V V 11 am 61
7 iim to
fy S am Hi
r D Hni W
r 16 im M
it am 78
id 12 in 76
1 pm 72
YKSTKUOAYS 4tUCOUI
IlIhtlt 78
Iowtt s
Spring Medicine
Intlimifiuulu nnd tlioiisnndu nt home
Hoods Hiirsnpnrlltn ii now bilhg take
by every tuctnbor of tho family
Ilepnn lloodfl Hnrsnpnrllln hit
proved iteelt tho Best Sprint Medlolm
by iU uonderful effects III cknn8lt > B II
BvtPtn oerrpiiiinp that tired lcclinj
creatingnppctite givingHtrcnglhi TnV
Hoods Sarsapariik
In usual liitnil form or chocolfttwl tnt
IntI calloU Sorentabs 100 Doses
Ouar iit H nndr Inod tint Drees Ad
Jun M Itxxi Vn l <
WI S GORNIGK
IS PRESIDENT
He Heads the Reorganized Utah
Implement Company Which
Files Articles
The reorganization of the Utah Im
plement company under the name of
the Utah Implement Vehicle company
was < > omplet today by tho tiling o
at Helen or Incorporation of tho now
OrnpRliy with the county clerk The
< apttnl mock of the company jll 2SD000
vided Into shares or the pur value of
100 eBch W A McCoinlck Is presl
nunt Uhner n Jonas vlcti president
John q Crltehlow secrotnry > r
And nirtnaKer Ihoe with A IK It
vine ot this city and J C Oroondyke
of Chicago cfiiiitHiite the hoard of di
rectors Thf flrct four named own
one share each ot tho capital fltock
while Mr Oroendyke representliiB tho
raatern ctedltors of thn old company
owns llOti ehareg The company BIIC
fcads to Till the property of tim old
company which In valued nt JJ50000
The new company show up strons
yllh W S JtcOornlck an the president
IlIll Jobn Q Critchlow all secretary
and treasnurer A letter was received
from Mr Groendyke nt the some time
OB the amended articles of Incorpora
tin elating his regret nt being un
able to be In Hall Luke nt the present
time and leaving everything In tho
hands of the piescnt manager Mr
rrltchlow The permanent position of
Kcnewl manager han been tendered in
Mr Crltchlo But whIle he appro
elate the compliment and for the time
scoeptH it he hardly feelw nhlo 10 nc
cept tho position permanently as It
would conflict with other plans he has
In vine Mr frltchlow rtys thy rc
orBanized concern will now fro rlBht
Into the Imnlement field attar its share
or the hunlnenH of thin territory and
proposes to become one of tIle strong
est houses In the west
p
CHAUFFEUR FINED
It Dinilnp h srwr < l The ollni > io1
IiIV4 Drh Ins
Alo Dnnlap chauffeur for J R
fosKiirt was fined 5 m Judge Diehl I
couit this afternoon for frnctgiltiK the i
onllnanin governing the rate of speed
automobiles l he drlvei across tho
Htrcet crossings The fine was ptompt
ly paid and a promise of reform reg
istered V
WARDV
ENTERTAINMENTS
T iiillcili 1II11A testimonial
concert will be jjiven this evening In
I IIP Twentieth vard nmusemont hall
In honor of Kldor Albert Needham
whon Is to lt i shortly on a mission
K I Great lUitaln
Waterloo WlmlA benefit enter
tainment will bo tendered to August
Heymann this evening nt tho Water
loo meetinghouse The guest or honor
will leave May 29 on a mission to
Germany An attractive program has
1 < en arranged for tho occasion
W L Crawford formerly oC the
J X L FurnIture company haw pur
chased an Interest In the Nebraska
Furniture company G2 East Second
South street where ho will be pleased
to meet all his old friends and pat
rons
The Nebraska Furniture company
curries a complete stock ot furniture
carpet and household goods nnd prices
is low as the lowest
PERSONALS
lot M Jurvis formerly of the Jurvls
ConUlln banlslne hOUR of Kansas City
that years two was deeply Interested
In tho Umr river irrigation project li >
at tin Kiuitsfonl on route to Cali
fornia Mr Jarvls IB now president
or the Xatlonal Bank of Cuba mitt
to bn tho largeHt financial banking
110050 on the Island
M A McGurrln of lloljc brother of
F K MoGurrln or thin city IH In town
on a VISIt lie nan an officer In tho
First ItlllnulH cavalry stationed at
tlilcknmauga ilurliif the Spanish war
wall subsixiiKntly In thw Phlllpplneg
1M It roguUir In the Twcnttutli United
StfttPH Infantry and later aa a cap
tain In titti Philippine scouts Mr 1c
CrunIn Hp aUg Spanish porfcctly
MUSIC TgClmnR
All who desire to consult thn llbt
of tho representative professor
and ntublo tcacluirs of Halt Lake
ihould read tho Muulclana Di
rectory In tho Saturday Nov
0 I V V
V
I
f If you wanl the best reaclylowear
clothes come here
r
t1JI Well fit you and satisfy you with
Hart Schaffner Marx clothes
l all wool and all
I Theyre right and
reasonable in price
18 to 50
50rt2
g r V JL72 BOVTll UA1X MKKKX V
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MNITTS RECORD II
VACATION TRIP
Auditor of Oregon Short Line Re
turns to His Desk After
Many Months
C 4 MnNItt auditor of tiin Orcsrot
Short Line returned today frim tin ox
timdod vacation trip Mr MtNItt who
has boon absent from the city for sov
cral months Is accorded tho distinction
of possibly having bean given a longer
vacation than any other railroad oillcla
In active service In the west It was
not a case of 111 ieallh simply one
where his services had heEifl rocognlzec
by the uontany Vnllc aivay however
Mr McNItt visited Han Francisco alit
looked Into accounting matter In rela
tion to the titlillated lutes for which ho
IK auditor
During his absunco from this city
thft duties of his ofllre Imvo been look
ed after by John Cruchslmnk chief
clerk of the passenger account who to
ull Intents and purposes has been act
lag in the capacity of auditor for
months pant
WILL BEORGANIZE ROAD
Jolcdo Jcrniliuil AVI1I IIP llld In on
orcclolJl I Pinteeclings
Now York far 1 Practically all
thd bonds of LIlt Toledo Hallway Ter
minal company It Is announced have
been dnpoaltocl with tho Columbia
Ttu t company Il1 depositary for tho
rporsnnlzatlin commlttrc The rala
of tht property ut foreclosure IR to
tnli place on May 28 and several
mcnibev of the reorp nlzaton rom
mlttoo wilt go to Toledo to attend the
Bale An upt prlco or 2 001 000
hall hlII fixed by till court ind ns
fat ns l < nown thd pr ipurty will be bid
In by th cnmmltten nt a figure not
much above that um Bcforo the
IeclllIII > It III expected that n pro
vision will bo mode for tho present
bond through an pxrhitiRo for bonds
of tho Terminal company bached by
leases of the property to several of tho
roads entering Toledo
WORK ON WESTERN PACIFIC
Oap Heine Tilled Tp on EnM Side of
Vlnncimuru
Iteports from Vlnnomticea pinto
thtnt the contracts for tin big con
striictlon Job on the Yeptern Pacific
line which will close III tlio ap be
t > ren the contracts previously glen
out < asler > and westerly ot that
tOWII have been let to tho tlrm of
Many Hrothers and a tralpload of
machlnnry tools supplies and labor
ers is due there now The outfit has
been hlppeir from Omaha Ground
for the construction camp has Ixun
Itaped and work will IIP commenced
tmmcillntly upon arrIval of tho outfit
and laborer The contractors expect
io start work with a force of SOO men
nnd will Increase the number ilK rap
Idly ns possible to 1500 It Is said
a large number ot the common labor
ers will be negroes It being Impos
sible to uecure white men sufficient
tn do the work
The work fs expncted to coer about
If months when It Is hoped to hnvo
ihe entire line completed from Salt
Lake City to the coast The track
lias already been laid from hIs it
t < tho Nivadi stato boundary and
work Is being pushed on both end > <
nnd In the middle and Indlcatloni
now arc that tho company will be
able to complete tho line from San
Francisco to Salt Lake by July 1008
as anticipated
Tho last contract for construction
of the line WAS lot about n month
ago to tho Utah Construction com
Dany This contract Included that part
jf the tine from Decth to the Nevada
California line The Utah Construe
1151 cumpuny has built that part of
the line which has been completed
pnd their latent contract Rives them
FiipervlRlon the construction of the
Inn from Salt Lake to Orovlilc Cal
a distance of 725 miles
TRACK MEET EXCURSION J
COIII est HctHccii Illch School Alhlclcs
On Cummin t Ilcltl Tomorrow
Tomorrow the Rio Gnxmlo will bring
to town excursion train Horn polntfl
south carrying ten teams for the track
inset to be held here by the State HIgh
School Athletic association Tho teams
vlll comprise at least 100 people ex
clusive of their friends and partisans
who will accompany them and will
represent the high Mchools of Lehl Am
erican Fork Provo Pnyeon Spanish
l orlt Jlantl Kphralm Park City and
Sprlngvllle
Thn meet Is scheduled to take place
on runmilnRH tleld and an interesting
program of events has been arranged
SPIKE AND RAIL
V y Itayard tourist agent of the
Northwestern lines at Chicago was n
Salt Ijike vlcltor yesterday
Chas H Todd traveling agent for
the C Jf VV nt Cincinnati spent
yesterday In Salt Lake City on his way
east
C A Walker sn rnl agent or the
C N W lines In this city returned
his mornIng from a trip Into Idaho and
he north west
Vm Dnrke traveling freight agent
uC the nurllimlon IIIIH gone to Thomp
hons Utah to look nftor sum Bhlp
menlll of wool
Itlchard Gray district freight and
iiRiengiir agent or the Ilnirlman linen
will accomixiny thu excurlon train of
the Commercial club to Idaho pOints
icxt Sunday night V
Tho depot ut niiyollltf Xu hug
men complotod and the freight of
icos of the Las Vfgaa Tonopah
phil have boo moved to the now
itillillnir
Itobert L Duvall Immigration agent
of the nortluieitprn at Portlanu Ore
alvin e4tme to Suit Lake an special bun
Incas yuntwrduy Uu roturned to Port
land taut nlbht
NV H MuKell nil uhltline ritllroad
el now fiiguHuil with the Wliieinuiiii
UrOD wool hotiHv IH at Iron Spin au
pflrvUliiK the loatllmr of uoino wnol
DhlpmunU Cor Ills home
Or John It Colblirn chief vtitKeon
far thft 8un iedio roatJ with hcadquar
tens at Los Anneles Is In Halt Lake un
lilt way east The doctor In rioeomp >
led by MU Maraaret Colburn
Qrudcrx on the Clark mail are now
rcportad in bo within seven mlkm uf
rioldiield NDV and Mvural lJ4LllDII
will lou limn to such uru working
luiid to Unluli the made to tilt town
on the nw llnu
JIIII 0 K0VM Int of tilt Nil
York Central lines hili retunuil from
A huilnvii trip io the nortlnve Air
Ka > e visited BjKikanw Dm in Doll
anil other leudlne Lltlei of the norlli
wusl
C 8 Wllllftini oominonlui agent of
the e 51 4 St P ruturned this morn
log from Holts whets ho updiit ivlJrul
nuyN ilurlnn the week He uuu uocom
punlwl on the Joimi y by Mr Wll
llarni
Another tralnloiul of Dimkiirda nr
rlvcd fiver the Hlo aratulEt thin mornlnit
They will mop a few hours in Sail Lulu
und tuki In thn si flit i mm and RO nn to Iou
Anuelen over till Claris rond thin even
Ing
Ingb
b Ai Murrlsoi trolnmn t r of the
cjtilomi dlvlnion which U the inittn
line ot the Chicago NWtlnvenleni I
Vs Jtt Salt LaHo yesterday lie VBS on
E t J rrfM
r + f + + + + H + H t H + + + + +
Chocolate
V ii Betterness j
Succtncbs of flavor and I
fincncsi of grain arc points
that tend to turn favor of cul t
lured tastes toward 1
SWEETS MILK V
i CHOCOLATES J V
r The candy wise nre asking for f
+ 4 them
4
t THE BRIGHT +
RED PACKAGES 1
tt SWEET CANDY CO
Manufacturing Confectioners f
+ + 4f MH4 + + H + + + + + +
his way homo to Chicago after pend
ing his vacation on the coast
The southern get acquainted till
of thn M M will leave May 23rd over
the Salt Lake Route The party will
take dinner nt AmerIcan Fork push
011 to Pleasant Grove and reuirnlnj to
American Fork will spend the evening
there A big time Is looked for
Frank Vincent commercial agent
for the Erie Dispatch loaves for Idaho
tonight on a business trip He ex
pects to return Ina few days for the
purpose of moving house and after
June 1 tho Erie dices will bo located
In fine new quarters at 5S wet Second
South
Chief Cleric Ellingson of the Salt
Lake oftlcc of the Salt Lake Route nn
companlcd by Mrs Ellington left for
San Francisco over the Southern Paci
fic this morning Heber J Esselman of
the freight department of the Salt Lake
Route It In charge of the office during
Mr Elllngsons absence V
Two trainloads of the Eighth cavalry
troop which arrived from the Philip
pines recently tit SBJI Francisco left
that city last night for Fort Iloblnson
near Chicago and Fort D A Russell
In Wyoming The troop consists of 300
enlisted men and fit oiflcers Tho trains
will pass through Ogden tomorrow
morning
According to a decision arrived at
on the lato trip to General Manager
Bancroft General Supt Uucklnprham
and Division Supt Manson through
N und four dispa chore offices will
to established on the Southern Pnclflo
mist of Sparks The head office will
lie at Sparks with subordinate officer
located at CArlln AYinnemuccu and
Mlna
Thomas nenton brother of Col I A
Ilenton spent ycsteulay visiting his
relatives In this city Mr Thomas Ben
tOil was for years state auditor of Ne
Draska at Lincoln and chairman of tile
Nebraska state railroad commission
lie Is now on his way to Los Angeles to
be present at the marriage C his daugh
ter Hazel with young Mr Franklin son
of a director of the Santa Fe toad Mr
franklin IK nlso engaged Inbanklng at
San Diego where the couple will live
MAUDS SUIT CASE
HAS BEEN FOUND
Streetcar Company Will Use it as
Evidence in Damage
Suit
Maud C Elliott brought suit
against the Utah Light nnd Railway
company a few days ago for 11250
Jhls was to pay for n suit ease Mho
lost on a Rio Grande ear March 7
The itemized bill as submitted by Miss
Elliott ttus as follows Pongeo Milt
coat valued at 3G white dress Jl0
four shirt waists 6 safety razor JK
silver manicure set 410 ebony toilet
set 25 checkered silk divtw 20
neck chain and lockot 3 1050 two
suits awns ullk under wear Jlii pair
mens link cuff buttons U two pair
allies hose BO cents ono pair gloves
150 total 113050 With valuo of
unit case U25u
Thcio In a new development In the
case not the suit case David Kemp
who lives in the Realty block boarded
a Rio Grande car March 7lhe very
fame ear that Mlb Elliott was on Ho
was accompanied by a young lady nnd
when they got off he picked up what
he thought wan his companions suit
case Later in the evening he discov
ered his error and tinned the alice
over to Oincor Pierce
Jt WIIIi taken to a locksmith and
opened Inside were a few articles of
wearing appaiul which according to the
police might possibly be valued at 10
grip included A check book bearing
Maud Elliotts name nag found niCe
anti this did away with all doubt of
Its ownership The cir company now
ban the suit cain and like lighting fire
with lire will fight n case with n case
With such evidence In hand the com
pany it confident Unit the court will
not levy danmjjiH In the Hum of JUW
In favor of tll defondunt and whose
immu Is Mima V
SEEKS 10000 DAMAGES
linni tnpjie Sues City on Account
Of blrcct Acrliliiil
Judge LosvlH and A jury ore today
tearing the evidence In the cane of
Lazarus Pappe iiKtilnst Halt Ixike City
Ilippe II suing for 10000 as UamagcH
for injuries Itc lveil by him on Oct 1
iso II claim that he WUB attempt
lug II drive ovir tt crossing over an
excavation in the street at tho cnt
rante to lj Iturnam avenue when a
itM of the ditch caved in and hm
wagon won tipped oval throwing him
hIm 10 time gruund und severely injuring
VERDICT ron DEFENDANT
lury Ilmls Cinvlcy Han no CHUM II
IIl t CiltlItltiiiiuit
The Jury In the case of FrincU L
Jiuvloy ngaliixt the Utah Light Rail
way company which was tiled In
Judge JnwU court has retuined I
millet In favor o defendant The
action wim brought to recover iluni
IStl in the Hum cif 10000 O periioiiil
nJmlOH nlloKud to mv been received
iy plaintiff on July IS lOO while rid
ijig on u AVaterloii iar lla cliilunil
hut ha gave the conductor 1 signal
10 let him off before tho cur rounded
he curve at Fifth East and Fifth
South gtrcciH hut the oar failed to
slot and while he wtu on the platform
waiting to get oft the car wont around
he curve at micli a upieil that he tvns
hrown from time platform hurl wnn
evorcly Injured The Jury found that
lme had no cause of action against thn
company uiui returned I verdict in tie
C01PUI favor
SUIT OVEll WATER
vnv Kinlo Gnu Club and John P
KorriiMii Disogrw
Bult hal been Mod in the district
V
t1 PILGRIMAGE OF THE UTAH PIONEERS
E I SIXTY EARS AGO TODAY
MONDAY MAY 1 IS 17
At half pant i oclock tho thermom
Otcr stood iU 37 K A moderate west
V wind prevailed with clear sky One
and tlirenciuarter miles brought time
V pioneers to thl bluffs where they wjro
V tho third time compelled to ascend
gradually through tho sand and after
about threeintnrters of a mile descend
flflfl upon tho bottoms On tho cast
cage of these blurts they crossed a
court by the New State Oun cub
against John P Borenson to enjoin
defendant from Interfering with thu
vliter rights of the club In tho Jordan
river and also to quiet the clubs right
to the water It Is alleged that the
predecessor of the club filed on 75
second feet of water In 1897 and that
In 1000 Boroneon lied on 100 second
fect In the same place Tho club tiled
a protest with the stAte engineer
against Sorensionft appropriation but
It was approved without I hearing on
the protest It IB asked that cv decree
be entered quieting plaintiffs title to
75 second feel of water and that do
be from Interfering
ftndunt enjoined Il1telrorlrg
with the same
COURT NOTES
L M Meyer has filed suit for di
vorro In the district court against Cora
S Jtcyer on the ground o desertion
They were married in Now York In
1SB3 and It In ullegcd that Mrs Moyer
deserted her husband In Clnvoland Oi
In 1901 They have ono child
The case of Agnes a Holoy against
Sheriff C Frank Emery and hits bonds
men will probably bo concluded thIs
afternoon In Judge nitchlon court
Mrs Boley Is suing to recover dam
ages in tho sum o 20000 for an nl
eged false arrest on Sept 16 1900
Tho supreme court today heard ar
guments In the following cases and
took them under advisement C D
Rogers ct nl appellants vs the RIo
Grande Western Hallway company
ex mel Don C Fullmer vs the town
of ilaploton Jf N Everett vs n 31
Jones appellant
An action for divorce has been filed
In the district court by Nolllo Arnold
against Lull Arnold on the ground of
failure to support They were married on
Feb 7 190R and It Is alleged that over
since that date the defendant has failed
10 support plaintiff She asks to bo nl
owed to resume the name of her for
mer husband Iturldon
Anna Anderson has filed suit for dl
rorce In tie district court against AI
hart E Anderson on the ground of non
mpport They were married on July Ii
905 and It Is alleged that defendant
hiI failed to support plaintiff since last
Xow Years Plaintiff asks for tOO an
attorneys fees and also for court contH
A petition hal been filed In the pro
bate division of the district court by
lolvln H Miller asking that the will
of Mary E Shurtleff who died at
Murray on May 6 1907 be admitted to
robate and that hn bo appointed ns
executor of the same The estate con
sPits of a loan of JlOOO made to tho
llllerCahoon company and 2411 In
the bank
Tho will of Annlo Bull Hooper who
died in this city on April It 1907 has
ben filed for probate In the district
rapid stream nbout eight feet In width
Thoy traveled during tho forenoon six
and threequarters miles and by the
reflecting circle determined the latitude
to be 41 degrees 12 minutes 20 ICO 111 s
In tho afternoon they traveled six
tnlles hence I3 miles during the day
tOiL they had passed over quite a num
ber of small clear streams with sandy
bottoms Tho prairie In places was
lomowlmt wet affording a luxuriant
growth of grass
court together with tho petition of
Henry Hooper asking for letters testa
mentary as provided in tho will The es
tate consists of a house nnd lot In
this city nile JlOOO cash on deposit In a
local bank There are four heirs to tho
state
In a decision handed down by Judge
Morse In the case of Annie F A
hilton against ESItabeth Qcoghegan
Ot al plaintiffs demurrer to the plea
In abatement Interposed by the de
fendants was sustained The case will
therefore bo tried on its merits It was
brought by Mrs Hilton to recover her
dower Interest In real estate sold to
defendants by Dr John 11 Park with
out tho consent of Mrs Hilton whom
the supremo court has hold to ba tho
legal widow of Dr Park
A petition has been filed In the pro
bate division of tho district court by
Julia P Robinson and J W Cottle ask
ing that tho Will of Charles P Good I
speed who died In thla city on FOb 2J
1907 bo admitted to probate and that
they he nppolnted executors thereof
Tho estate consists of S2HO shares oC
stock In the Qoodspced Mining com
pany of this city and also a patent for n
oar ventilator The total value of the
estate Is placed at 1000 Julia P
Iloblnson who resides at Plymouth
Mass is the sole devisee under the
will
a
LLATE LOCALS I
Hank Clcntlnas Todays local bank
clearings amounted to 584745036 as
against S1B480H for the same day
last year
JTri InO lent Ions of Taln Tho atmos
phere Is imzy and partly cloudy hut
there era ni Indications of rain The
entire United States Is under a high
barometric pressure
Session LIIM Printed Tho soition
laws of 1907 are now out for distri
bution having been printed and
bound In regular book form The
book contlns 28D paged and there are
16b now measures and amendments
to old laws
Scandinavians nt Wnndnmcre The
big dance pavilion out at Wandamore
is about completed Tonight the Scan
dinavians will try out tho now floor
which Is ana of the very best In tho
slate A largo force of men nro put
ting the many other attractions In
shape for Decoration day opening
Utah Boy to the FronO In a re
cently published catalogue of the
Washington university appears tho
name of J Uoubcn Clark B S L L
Boo as assistant professor of law Mr
Clark Is ft Utah boy being a son of
Postmaster J R Clark of Grants
EASTERN JOUR ISIS5
Other Things at Salt Lake of
Which They Have Heard
What surprises mo said a drug
gist ydstcrdny Is that
wo have ra
mony calls from visitors for McDon
olds Dutch ChohcolatcM Here
< t
home ho continued wo recognize a
biff demand but whan tourists from
way buck East come ih and ask for
Dutch Chocolatcsj I cant help feeling
elated that Salt Lake has an Indusiry
the product of which finds Its way Inn
the very heart of population
A house that makes chocolates
ex
clusively naturally makes bettor choco
lutes than does tho concern whose out
put Is varied McDonald Is making
himself felt In tho world ot flue choco
late making
yjlle Toonlo county and Is a sonin
law of Hon C R Savago of this
city
attic lln tBQ Insprcted com
rnunlcatlon was received by Gov Cut
tom today from Stato Veterinarian M
li Knowlcs of Montana stating that
no range cattle from Utah can ho ad
mitted to that state without IIrst se
curing tv certificate of health from time
government Inspectors This U made
mandatory by the new law passed In
that stato In regard to the matter
Funeral of Hubert Hun toy Tim i
funeral of Robert Hawley was heM
yesterday afternoon from the rest
dence of Mrs S B Mllnnr 5S5 Sec
ond avenue Dean Urewstcr of Si
marks cathedral officiating There
werH many floral offerings and beau
tiful music with Interment at Ml
Olivet Tho deceased was father of
the wlfo of General Manager Wehi
of the San Pedro road
1
nrno
1 IOIUUSOAt her residence t42 dram
Street this city May 16 1307 CharlottA
Morrlsim nire of Malcolm MOrrlMn t
aged W years
Fnneral service from the Tnvntyelghth
Tiard chnpcl Sunday noon Friends In
vlted
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Floral DesIgn a Specialty Phone SiL
UNION DENTAL CO
218 South Main
HONEST WORK
HONEST PRICES
ratnlfs Extinction of Tvolti or Nc PUT
All Work PositIvely Guaranteed Ihonj
BsIL UiSs lad tlM
WANTED HKIiP
A BOY TO WORK IN BAKCUY ONK
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LHILPMG IDA y
1l1ID L Wy It OUR rnllG
IIIAY ALL
The past few days have added fresh laurels to our great selling records and to makc Saturday
the BIG DAY we particularize the following list of BIG SPECIALS
PrtCCllAL JK A1r ALI 1llLLllNIJY0
V llw Lnte 9 IK n 9 1f1 CIffinllclrr ll0 V
The styles and qualities included in this Sale are the smartest that have come from our work
rooms and as many novelty styles and shapes will be shown tomorrow as were shown before Easter
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I Ladies Ready to Wear and street 1 25
Bats Saturday special
I Misses Ready to Wear and Street 95 V I
I Bats Saturday special iJJC
A large assortment of Misses ready to wear
and street Hats Extra special < J 1 ft
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Saturday at 4 V
Childrens trimmed Hats becomingly trim
med and especially priced for the d 1 25
MaySaldat P
A beautiful assortment of trimmed Hats fOil
young girls dashingly exquisite < 1 95
Saturday special at q
WIffi ce II 11ilCIk tlIn 325
Ins lW y sills lNcU
Comcs ill a jaunty Eton Jacket 34 sleeves
skirt pleated all sixes
ri 00 Special white linen suit Pony
JJJ coat nicely trimmed 34 sleeve
broad shoulders skirt pleated model
< t9 45 For a pretty white India Linon
s4J > it shirt waist suit yoke effect lace
trimmeil skirt extra full nicely trimmed with
lace
M 50 For a white lawn shirt waist suit
ipo w with black waist
polka dots and
skirt lace trimmed
iQ trimmedWlbnft e WJT tlI
o5 V
A beautiful pleated model extra full made tip
of an allwool Sicillian Saturday special
r V
Young girls Hats elaborately trim
med and jaunty shaped special at 2 4 J V
A large and varied assortment of trimmed
Hats for ladies a perfect adaptation d > < > w tf
of European models specially priced at P 3 4O
1000 looks cheap for a hat that has such ex
treme style elaborately trimmed and beautiful
I at to behold This beauty Saturday < 595
200 COLLEGE SAILOR THE ROLLING
rollicking careless dontcarcwhere d 1 00
youwearit for PLUU
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CMMlrDii9 W 1 lID IDirsss
A beautiful assortment of washable gingham
dresses all daintily trimmed all colon all sizes
J One lot of childrens wash dresses V
at 50 C
One lot of childrens wash dresses V
at 65 C
A varied assortment of Wash rjf
t fr 75c
Dresses at I I t OC
Wash dresses in percale and ging d i rf
ham Special at 3 > 1 UU
Ve are showing a beautiful assortment of
dainty white lawn dresses especially adapted for
confirmation Sizes from 6 to 16 years Prices
ranging from 2 4 6 and 8
5c CIHIt It cUAJI AT 5 O
Comes in nn extra good quality material extra i
full and long daintily trimmed Special Sat V
urday V V I
IHIItA l lHJ mk IlO TT1CAT VV V I
Just received n big shipment in colors nnd 1
black Prices 135 5235 Sz751 500
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