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I iESE1IET EVENING NEWS TTT3SDAY TTXE It 190 1
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Today T Ogden unn News
BANKS ATTEMPT TO
ELUOE TAXATION
c
Technical Plea for Immunity
From Their Share of the Bur
dens of Government
TRAGIC FATE OF WM MCABE
Ioriiicr ORiltn Trnlninnn lUui Over by
Train nlCIllCIIIItll IIII
huillul In the TollK
t gden June 11An application wiu
made yesterday afternoon by Atty t
It Heywood representlns the Commer
cial National bank of Ogden usUins
the county board of equallratton to give
the bank u rebate on the taxntlon oi
550000 worth of stock oC the Institution1
States bonds
now Invested In United
Mr Heywood mudc a strong plon be
fore the commission In behalf ot the
bank He cited as authority for mntc
Jnc the roqneat and for the commission
ers to nialte the rebate tut reuuested u
decision rendered In the United States
BUpre iTo court April 22 1907 by JUP
Lice Moody wherein he held that nil
tnltetUSlatcs securities such ns bonds
ole aro not tnxiiblo property but lire
exempt from taxation In this decision
erne of tim other supreme court Judges I
did not concur 1
Should the contention of Mr Hey 1
wood be corrfct under the Uw It will
crantly affect tho valuation of Utah
HR well as nil other states of the union
In Ogden nty the nvo banks hold ns
ppcuritles for their capital Rtoclc over
J500000 In United Statc8 bonds This
money has been taxed heretofore by
the county assessor and was nseesHed
tills year the same but should the coun
ty bo compelled under this decision tn
give a rebate to the bunks of the full
amount held by them in United Stales
bonds the total valuation will be
Kreatly reduced and the loss to tho
county In the taxes will ho heavy an
well as the state Tho board of county
commissioner after ItsicninK tol1l
Jlcywoods plea for the rebate decided
10 refflr the entlr matter to the coun
jy attorney for a written opinion
TRAINMAN XILLED
AYin McCal lorincrly or Ostlcn Ituu
Over nl Clicjfitne
Ogden nine 11 Through o tPle
grant to Mrs S H Tracy of Ogdon
MnnuKcr K A rnrltln
IG J4th St Telephone IMk
Adrertlsetncnti for thf 01
Saturday anti SemlWckly Nc r
accpt < i on tho tiuno tarmi IS 01 t
the salt Lake Orilcp
Circulator John T McGregor
MIS Wash Ave Jnd Tel 1S1
Office with Lambert Paper Co
Vayments tor the Dally Saturday
anil SratlWMkly Nwi should bo
nmilo tolho circulator Delivery
indfle by cnrrlir ou tnn sam luiaiH
aa In Ella Lake
yesterday ths sjul lntclliienee was
conveyed tliRt her slstors IniMtund
VlIllnm McCnb formerly of this city
had been killed tit Cheyenne Vyo
by being run civet by n train Mr
McCabe wi employed by the III Ion
Puoinc cia brakeman vnnnliiK iant
from Chcycnni nml was cnsni d In
ivuKInif JthQ train when the ac
cident occurred Ills lifeless form
UIH JLuovcyjd bnsldo tho track by
trombeivi or the trnln crew Mrs Me
Cabc left CUoycnno today with the
body mill will arrive In Ogden trttrior
row to bury him heroIJ AlcCnbo
reclded In this city nbout 1 Z yearn
ago llpth of Mr McCabes parents
met violent dciths Ills father wa
accldcntully killed in the local rail
road yard and his mother met hot
fate In an nntomobllo ucclclent In
Kansas City
DAjIoj noUS MAN IN TUB TOILS
According to advices received yes
terday by hliC of Police Browning
from Conic find McTnuup of the
Mcntuna states prison nt Deer Lodne
Charles Johnson with many aliases
who Is now awaiting trial In tin Sw
ond dlstilct court for the burglariz
ingof tho VatflonTunner clothing
Ktore Is 1 dpnpcratp character who
lifts crlmlnul record for burglary
that dates back to 1873 At that time
je
ho wan convlciol of burBlarlns
home of Dr Hilder nnd stcallnj the
noyal Cnnadlan Yacht club challenge
cup i > ro entod by tho Jllnco of Wales
Inn he newr served the sentence as
he jumped from a 40fonl window out
oC tho court ron anti madp good his
escape Ho has rvod xeveral sen
tfncns since In iln laM and west and
was only roleiwnl last February from
hewing a 13yar coit ncp at Doe
Tin
Lodge MOil lant for burglary
officers are warned to use the Brcatfl
nrecaulloQ In handling him HM
true name Is said to bo Alexander Mc
Kay
TjIVBlY RUXAAVAT
The delivery twun belonging to 1
1 Clark ff Son company became
rrlchteiiiv last evunlng about r oclock
al thc rear of the stoie where the
wHBon wns beIng loaded ready to tithe
out a load of goods The horsea run
through the nourlhutasr drlvcwuy on
to Twentyfourth street and then took
to the north tldewiilk The iagon
irlsieil ovirythmg until It reached
tho Chrlsman terrace over half way
up tho hill when the wheels struck
PROVO DEPARTMENT I
II night Sunday c rcaplo1 at IB rents
carricrovcry
Tho News Is delivered by caTTero ry
month All payments and cowulalntu should tei mane to R J Dugdalo
hgeat for Dully Saturday und Hrmlw ekl News Orders tnk n for smirch
1 Work n sldcnce KV Fourth North St Phoiw JnU MM
CITY COUNCIL SESSION
Two Couples IflGnttllIl City cws
Urlefr
Special CorreHpondunco
Provo June 11AI the meeting of
the city council last night S H duff
Ii tippeaied heroic tin council and
nsked for the uHit ot water from the
city waterworks system by the pcoplo
living north of the city He plated
that ho believed they weie entitled to
the water os they had been Induced tu
take tho water when the system WIB
put III nnfl now It had been cut QIC I
from the outside takers Buperln 1
tendcnt of witter works explnlncil that
only three had been cut oft and that
was because they had leak ttips Tho
superintendent was authorized to
turn the water back upon the leaky
laps being llxcd
WJDDIKO BELLS
Marriage licenses hlvc been Issued to
MANTI
SENSATIONAL CASE IN OOURT
luIiuoii 1 yioUon ainltci HIHccHti
uIIIII ti ciii lit nt Suliiilllux
Special Correspondence
Mantl Hanpete Co June 10Jllllt
weeks session of the Seventh judicial
district court over which Judge Ferdi
nand KrlckBon prcsldft witnessed ono
of the moat sensational iiltH possibly
ever heard III the district
Tho capo was oxJudge Jncob Johnson
the following couples I
George AV Ulkins and Ieah Pyne
both oC Vrovo
Alfred H Harper mid Imma Hooloy
both of Pleasant drove
GARDEN ClTi NOTES
County Supt Kfrcortficn hRS four tree
ficholnrfhipH III the rnlvcrslty of Utnh
nwtiulctl to Utnh county which citY
be obtained by uraduntes < f tho county
schools upon implication
Dr H S Pyne who Is studying
medicine In Washington Is home for
the vacation
Cunning thf Jnllbruaker It M
Cunningham of this ilty will appear
In 11 play especially written for him
In Brooklyn UII The ability if
Cunning ns a jMlbieuker and ImmleulC
king IB stioiiRly leaturod The play
will be prcMiitcil by the Chun K
Blanw Amusement company with
which Mr Cunningham bus a IDweeks
ct1agcl1Ielll
vs Nlcls Tctor Nielsen the latter a
resident of Mt Plunsant The deal
was one of mining property located In
Nevada which was repronented as 1
bonanza and proved otherwise and In
volved the payment of 3500 decoy
notes Riven by Nlelrcn which were to
be desttoyed an KOOII as others had
bought In on the dcnl The wus
were not destroyed hut were bought
so tint evidence showed by exJudge
Johnson for J50 In < ash and home min
ing property after an attempt had boen
made to cnsh the notes at tim bunk
J V N VhItceotton repruscnted tho
plaintiff and rented quite a stir and
i
Enjoy A I
Cool
F Kit hei ccjr = 1111vn
I U ovabcallhcuora
Iii The kitchen work I
i that must be done
this summer will be lessened your fuel expense
reduced and your kitchen cooler if you use a
NEW PERFECTIN
Wick Biue Harne on Co ok SHove
i It is the improved oil stovethe nelv oil stove
Uptodate in every particular Lighted in
stantly Gives the hottest flame produced by
any stove Made with one tvo and three
burners Every stove warranted Write our
neatest agency if not at your dealers
TJ1E P iT r i dhL f 7 HP1a thll k6 111mI
Jr t JJY4 for n1lround
tysa5fP hounebold use Made of bran
throughout ADd bflautlfully nickeled Perfectly con
structed obBClutoly Bflfe 5 unescellod In llgbtglvlnc
power nil ornament to any room Erery lamp war
I Tinted It not nt your dealer write to our nere t
pifneyOOllTIIUt4TAa
OOHTINIHTAI OIL COMPANY
nuifporot ct >
p n V IT fe C
1 Mi Jtiilf iiJri J i ii 1
j i t
I
the brick and stone wall In front of
till terruce nnJ tore out considerable
of flu vail Almbers uf the KhorifTs
rcice were cloie by nnd eniiriu the
team befoie U seached the top of the
hill anti utopp d them The VHKOII
uas coiiKlderablv cia ruitgiul
KU0 DAY AT SYLVAN IAUK
FlAg dny will le appropriately ob
served tXt Fiklay In Osilon with n
celebration at Sylvan pink The 1
innglnif of UK cxeivlKe H umlw thi
direction uf the Grand Aimy of the Uf
Public and the Public schools Musi
suitable foi the o < IH lolI Is belnn pre
paiod At 1 oMock nnon II bafchi t
Plinli it lll be held sifter which ling
will be presented to all sehonl rhlhlien
present up to the age of H yearn
JiulRe E 1 lIulnnldHt will deliver
the ora lion of the clay at y oclock
t hue Hillary of the Flag will he
spoken on by llev John K Carvei
The remainder of the nftmioon nnd
evenhiB will be spent in daiulnjr unl
other amuHunients Vll buslnen house
will clo i > at noon
> L1l FOR VOUCH
A suit for dlvoixe bus been llled III
the H < eoiul illdtrlct court by Bertha 1ee
aBalnst Alexander Lue The complaint
alleRes that the couple s icre marrlod oi
Ogden City January 8 10W that the
defendnnt has failed to inovlde for lnt
wife the common nerewaries of life
A decree of divorce And reiteration ot
her maiden name Tlerthn Lynch H
prayed for
tOlWEnDlIG
WEDDING BKLLS
Licenses to wed were granted by the
county clerk to the following couples
Elmer U Utwey Sl of Seattle
VashlnsrtoT and Jllss ailim < > Chrls
tensen 21 of nrlghiim City Boxelder
Co rieh
Kranl W Uemin jn and Mrs Ada
Ililtbrunen SS both of Twin Falls
1110110BlUE1S
nnicrs AND PETISOXALS
Judire J A Howell held n session oC
the district court at Morgan yesterday
The park commissioners have put a
force of men and teams II work put
ting the northwest quarter of the ciy
hall squnre in shnpe so that It can ill
Iflld out In Riasn plats and flower beds
At the meeting of the hoard of coun
ty commissioners only a small amount
of niinllie business WaR Ironwietcd
Tonight II testimonial to R A Urnnt
will be plven NVIUrjd lloper and n
5lrontr company will play SHlome at
the Ciand Opera House
The city count 11 met InsL evening ami
transacted considerable routine busi
ness The trndes and labor nssomlilv
asked iennla lon to cite the streets for
a procession on Labor day and also lo
gIve a wreitllns ami bo lns rrmtosl
The request wns refenetl to the IItCnjl
roinmlttce
A mea whe In lit y > rrect lietilth so he
< an rl nn lionM days work when nere
ssry IIIH much for which he should lie
thiinkful Mi I C HodReii of nranch
ton In wllIs thit he wna not onl
unable In werV hut lie cenlilnL Ptoep
over to ito his nwn Hhnrs Six bottles nf
Pnleys Kidney Cur msdo a ntw man of
him He Hiiys Huccrei to Voloys Kltlnrj
tire For fRI by F J 11111 Drug Co
Th nfv > r sntoiltutors
snrprlne at the d < n Of the trial i lnn
lie aslifd JudRi KrlcUsnn to hal IV
jury lothc for a moment II H bn had
hoire mutter pPiuilnlnR to tho < t
be did not think proper for ih Ju >
t heir Tho jury leilrod and luUi
cotton proceeded by statliiK that ono
James l sirsen of StcrllnR a frUnd of
Axel Justewn to whom the not ii wrrr
first given wus prepared to testify that
the defendant In the case had offri
him a bribe of 500 Ir he Laison woUld
testily that luateson hud told hint that
hii hud jnomlsed Nielsen he woulu tear
III the nou given to Justcm n bv n
defcndiiut This Larsen tctilled to
and It was not long until Lursf wa
under ni rest for perjury which cauFl
another trial Friday evening hefor
Justice of the Ienee Ewing who Ijoinn
Larsen over to the district court in
the gum of 57M The defendant In tb
JohnfconNlelten bull vas ixpreaen nl
by Attorneys W D Livingston D D
limitg and County Attorney VIllard
IlRii en of the motiopolls Till iifiu
nifint toy the dofense was made by Mr
Livingston who save Indue Johnson a
scoi chliiB and tcirlblo lrrnllll mont
such as Johnson possibly has nev r
before received at the hunds of a
brother attorney
The case 1mB reated ronslderiblo
lomment In this city and through tho
county
p
A roiiTCXvrn TIJVAX
Mr K AV Croodloe of 107 St Louis
St Dillln Tex iays In the past year
I have become acquainted with Dr
Kings Now Life Pills and no laxatIve
I ever before tried pn effectually dis
poses of malaria and biliousness They
dont grIlle nor gripe 2Ko at Z C
M 1 drtlE store
F 4
Pilnce LnundiY No raIse on rough
dry Phones hid 333 Bell 4433
NEPHL
DEATH OF MRS BIGLER
Vftentn of K Called III tho Other
Side
Special Correspondence
Nephl Juab Co Tune 9llrs Amy
L lilclpr ulta of the late Patriarch
Jacob G Blgler who passed auay Feb
23 last died nt this pktte yesterday irf
ternoon of general debility Mrs fig
bet wus born In Lincoln Addlmm coun
ty Vermont Nov 7 IS Slit was
married to Mr hIgher In 1SU Just pre
vious to the martyrdom of the Prophut
Joseph Her Joc8nilHiit now num
lier 132 lfr Ulglur went to tim
reinotery on Dworatlon day to ieo her
departed helpmates monument and wns
brought homo sick but It wits not
ihought her condition wcia serious
She wns a true Lattortliy Saint a
noble mother faithful wife and con
genial neighbor full of tcmlnrncnn and
pncourugemonl for nil
fa
MORONI
THREE COUPLES HADE HAPPY
Jtiiiln > of John SIIIjnwlIColllhlliultS
liiiliu nml IllKli Water
Special Correui > nilonce
Moroni Xitnpetu Co June 9101111
fit rannon paasoil away on Tui < 0iiy
June I uftor u bnivo dKht aialnu u
conipllCiHlon of xinnmch and kldnuy
trouble with which he ha been
afflicted for name time llu wait tha
KUII of Niels Horonmn nnd Kjemton M
JIunaen born at Fiiiintaln Clroon thin
county Tab ST U05
Mr Sjrcuwn han runldml nearly nil
nf hU life In thin town where he in
highly roupecUil by the ntlrn coin
niunlij for tho oxrmplory and 1111
llnjt traltH of character which ho po
e i l Ho U survived by lili wife
and six children
Improwlrn funeral 1la1vlOOl wore
held at which appropriate remark
warn niudn by tho bluhopi of Moroni
Anti Ir e < Jom wurclt aluo Ulilum jHoob
A Jaeobtivn Ho run JUUKQII and Wph
mini NiilMn
Th < t toni continuous rtln have
mi m thnrmiRhly tionUad the Innd In
this vicinity nUdilonlnv lie hearts of
the dry fwrmew with th aMiiwnoo
of Bbtindnnt rnln erop but othnr
RII
1111ulnlt wet that the brats and
othr crops rnnnot be given the to
ClIIct cultivation The little river
SPRING CITY
DEMISE OF HONORED PIONEEK
Mr llcdlcl N Allrcl clones lonK Alc
Jiienifnl 1111
SprIng Cty fjnnpcte Co Junn 6
Mm Lucy 1 Allred died at the homo
of her daURhter Sirs Jatinetle Amler
son III Kprlns Cit on Monday Junn 3
of Reneral debllll > AfrB Allrcd was
boric In lloonville One lIn Co X
Ailrcii removml to Kayuvlllc Davln
county From there the family movtil
to Nephl and thence to Snnpete wherh
they locatnd at SprhiB City In the fall
of the year IS59
Tho family homo hnl bncii lU SprlnR
City amid Chester sIittc that time Mrs
lhcI1 husband Col Hedlek f All
red was for innny years ole o the
the development
piomlncnt characters III 110C10
ment 1905 ot the Sanpcte valley lie died In
1905Ir Allied Was the mother of 10 chil
dren n IUll whom ate lIving There
ore Olin Irvine 3J Rrandchlldren El
9 X
i +
o
THE LATE MK AND MHS REDICK N ALLUED
March 26 3SM She moved with her
fathers family to Nanvoo I In 1S4J
Nov 2fl 1S13 she was manic to lcd
ick Smith X Allrcd by the Patilanh llyiinn
Smih
On July lr 1S1G hnr husbund having
enlisted In the Mormon Battalion she
watt heft at Cnunell ItluffR la with Ole
child She lemnlned In Hint vicinity
until Dec Iff 1847 when her huslmml
returned from his service In the army
They arrived In Suit Lake ntj Oct
Ifi IMP nnd located In hug fottonwood
while at that place hot husband was
called to the SamKloh Inlands as a
mlsplonary While he wm nway Mrs
un u
COAL VILLE
DEATH OF CHARLES RODEBACK
Veteran of lici Called Voune Sheep
lionler Killed by Ughmlng
S5pTinl Correspondenep
Ioalvlllo Summit Co June 7 Thun
der showers have OCt I 111 most every
titty for the last week or so the Weber
MVIT and ChalU crock are vIMnir over
Ihlhllllel
Tint county oomml sliiin rs meet Mon
diiy to nit nc f board of IqlI lon
Qui a number appeared It have their
IIXCM adjusted
UIJATH Or CniAPLliS PODKrAl
1lnrl nodelnck of llijlavlllc this
I griatBMndchlldron and three grcnt
grpat randchlldren
I
Thin funeral services IPII held In the
Spring City meetinghouse today ut 1 I
m The speaker were Riders Isiuic M
hired Martin nehtnnln IJlshop AVI1
ford L Mired of Chester Hncnius JUR
tell James Chrlstrnven P 1 Peter
still Samuel Allrecl and Counselor Hen
ry L Aeonl Many words of pralxo of
the dMRN were uttered Sister All
reel had always been ri active member
In the Church
Many bniutlful flowers wine contrib
uted by friends acid relatives from
various towns in the muntv nnd Nephl
ron and four greatgnMCKroiidrhlldran
aim revero his memory His wife pre
ceded him In death a number o years
ago ThO funeral was held nt Hoyls
vllle Juno 3 1rest Sloses W Taylor
Reo V Toung Alma ICIdrodge acid
Bishop Sargent were the speakers
In the photo shown herewith rather
nodeback Is shown also his daughter
grandson gieatgrandson and greit
grniijdaughter
VICTIM OP MENiNGITIS
ChrlKtopber C Pargenl of Hoytsvllln
died Juno 1 of erich ro spinal monlngltti
after five days HlnesB He wns beta In
Uoytfivlllf 1i1 2U 1S50 and was un
married He leae two slaters to
inniirn ide d i tim lie was a member of
ildcr the church nnd hrld the cilllce of an
w
rrv GENERATIONS OF RODEBAOKS
county died Juno I oC old age nnd gen
eral doblllty He was boric June 8 1811
In Pennsylvania anti was baptized into
tho Church In 1S37 i married Jano Mor
gan Got ts 1N3S and etnlsraUd to Utah
hi 1851 He llMil In Silt ako City for
10 years when hi moved out on tho We
b r river anti has lived In lloytsvlllo
over sIne Had he lived seven days
longer he would have been 03 years old
Father Uodtbick pasted through the
early persecutions of the Balnts In
Nnurixi anti was Intimately ncnualnted
with the Prophet Joseph Smith He
filled u mission In 11 to his native
stat Vetinsylvnnlii At the tlrno of his
death his pOHteilty rcfpresentod fIve
trencrntloiiH He hart born to him eight
chlldicn four of whom survive hll
chldrcn
46 grandchildren 81 rernKrandchlld
hf re has bru > mn a raging torrent Its
watori mIte now higher than they hays
been known hlhor So salth this
olilftst Inhabitant
TJWBH COITPLKS VICD
him beoii doing soniQ One
CmId hil 11oll 10mf
work reeontly Miss Olo Cahnon nml
n T Anderjon > III Blanche Cook
nnd Mr Will U Irons wero recently
united In marriage munch notices nro
out of tim approaching mnrrlag of
MlM Xlllalo Farr and D O Larson
11110
Those yonnir follw are amoriK Moroni
101 YOIOg nnd have the
most lospectcil citizens 111 la vo
best wi b of the community for
wiI their vnyunos through life
LT 0 W
WEDDING BELLS
School CoiiinifiKtiiiiiit ami Kmlnl
Cmiinery Nearly Compleiid
Ixihftoivn Well fo Juno tOn Frl
the loinineupcment exerclNeB fur
duy Iht ollelclll
tho county ighithi guide jrraduateH were
bcltl her ut wil11 nit approprlato pro
grain vt lendcred nnd diplomas
KunM ti the 1vmlnff an tnjoyubie
eoiiai miru SItS hold
On list uiiY u baseball eontfst was
HftbY d1uAROIlt
YOUR HEALTH
You ought to tnko an ocenilonal loI
if lilt IMIIlT ft Will plOVellt till
tomuxh from bneomlnir wonli mid tho
llvr tntV Hut If ynnr liwiltli N
wiir n uiKt you to tike It CKllully
10tO
HOSTETTERS
STOMACH BITTERS
dUrtn4t tl IHut h3 11 hna 1TVen
clurlll to ccu h timmit lucite mon t i
Its a bill I y If IUI Jtluhulw Jllllf
1lIi U lit 1111I1 IflOUlt 1IIHpslu
111111111111 III 11111111 JonI sum ti
ljll ollI1IHl e ir hot I ho IIUle
r
KILLKD BV btfiHTNIMO
An crt nussena boy of ITi from Clover
Creek Toofle voitnty MJS killed by
llKhtnlng Wwlncsdiiy Jimu 5 on Hurt
Creole In this county about 16 mile
east of till jiluce lie was hording sheep
for the Woods Cross IIVH Slock com
pany at the limo Ills brother who In
working for the Maine company finding
that In1 did not como In with tho sheep
Wednesday evening stalled out to
look for him nnd hunted until
12 oclock that night bill did not Ihnl
him He renewed the senroh next
morning and found his brothers re
mains abiut noon also found two of the
sheep killed by the lightning Time re
mains were brought bore Thursday tu
he prepared for shipment to his home
for tiurlal
Inn between the Itundolph and Lake
town nines and the laurels ivere vui
bv the former amid of course a b11
followed on Saturday night
A tow days ago Trunk Llnfonl ant
Tenora HodRes were innrileil In th
Logan temple
Nophl C Wnhlstmm nnd Ada K
Lamborn wnnl organist and dlatrlc
fchoo teacher wore Jolncil In the hOI
Innids nf wertlook In time Logan tempi
this week
Tlift Lukotown cnuimery with cnpii
city for bundling 10OW pounds or mill
par day will hit In operation within 3
days John Jt QOhimey of Kaysvllk
Utah Is horn s U Pert fltenh I hg tho In
stahbal hum or tic cm plant nnd iiit cud tln
the piospectlva manager In Its muni
Dulttlnn
DulalonIII
UK KWI5JI TIIIJ STICK
tOr halo llretl Iho wilklng tclv 1v
carried over 40 your on account of I
ole that KislMed every klnil of tnAt
innnt until L trleil lluckl n8 Arnla
Salve that bus henl > d the sore am
mndfl me a hnppy man write Job
Onrrelt ot North Mill if O Onarlin
tend for Piles Ilunik etc b > 7 c Jl
r drill lore druggists i5c
ii I OHFIELD
DISTRICT counT SESSION
1111111 Lunrli Alliicrh Uiscnoil Iron
l1I1IIIXmni llrlufii
flIlcI111 apIJIlloi
lllchuald Suvlr Co Juno 1Th
ivfiulur May term of the divtrlct cour
coinniiinctid toddy tJ uli ic a flu 11 b1
of Mioilunu rind d IIIIIIII w i > lian
multI pusaeil upon by the court HU
lili > Dorcoy Jvln Clolden lyle ami Ito
itirnj fiir youti hoy from Hnlini
M < ttt II iirmlKiic on the elm rgt of hurl
lurj In tb mdund ileifroa multi glvti
until lon J roiV In wlilnli to plead
c 1 Huiimiii won grouted a users <
Of divorce f i oiii Nora IlniUJi
A jury hat Uuon miiuntoncu and nil
In iii 1rilllJllj
he In attendance on Monday this 10th
Instant
John It Jensen has dlnpoicd of hit
limo kiln illnntud north of town Th
liurcluison were Jumna Ogden and
Alma Chilslenson nnd tho considera
tion Is snld to have been 1000
This high priests ate holdlnp n con
ference III Invijrnry today hider
John Henry Smith In In ntteiulnncn
linvlnp como down to he present at
till regular stake quarterly conference
which convenes at time tabcrnacln to
morrow
A sociable wait gIven Inst rvettlnK
In honor of Hcftlnnld Brain tho tel
tented young pianist who leaves
shortly for BoSton to stvidy ml91
Itamt BNTOSIllED
A caveIn occurred nt the Annie
tnu re mlnn In Tunnel No 4 last night
and that ns it result nine men were
entombed alive The work of rcnouo
wait jirosocuted nil night and this
mornlnir all were brought out alive
Several wore homIly bruised but none
fatally Injured
Jonos Lloyd tt to music dealer
bae today move t their stock of goods
to the old pontofflcti building on
jouth Alain street
Itlchljeld hns two Rood hotels but
they have boon so crowded llf lato
tInt on several occasions cots have
Iind to be pressed Intu service In tho
offices and hallways
It haw been raining off antI on all
iluy ii nd there tiro no intl ice t ions of
II clearing up lnnlfht
ussos iv IIgILII
I I cat i iiy lililuiNH niter the Impurities
fIIl tie blood und unless they do Uili
good honlth H Imposullilu 1olcys Ivldnoy
Cure ninlo eound Itldnry and will I > w > t
lively cure all forum of kidney nnd bind
d1 olsoiise It tirnnth ns Lice whole nyi
tcm 1or Sltft by F J Hill UIIIR Co
TIle never IIlIbtltuIQrn
Stain St llnrilniiro for lm n nioif
ers hiic ami noultry netting 2o2 State
FAKE EYE DOCTOR
llo Deruntps After Opcratlm n Cut
Unto Shop for limo UVeks
III tlie nphilort of memhrra ot the HX
smlntiiK board of opUclanr a take re
doctor hns been npinitlnit In KUlt I alie
for two we dlA paul lIe went under tile
now vt Dr Hohrt tULyninuil and bnd
looms and an ntfiv nt X east First
South sirprt Application had boflii mate
1 > 3 hint for a llcensa to plIIrtlp his pro
HWlon but h wns told hty thn houid
Unit mi exnmlnallnn would not bfl hnhl for
a numtli 01 two In the mosiitlinB tiny
mond wee pirinltted to temporarily follow
bH vocation
Dr llayinond dUt much > nlvrrtlinc
and tittered lo lost you nml K11 9 i
Rltr < M < 1 for Jl Pica proposition nroustvl
till siisplrlmi of liourd inomlierN and otw
of them wont tu liavi Ills eyen fsteil and
In tin n to tl Hie iiptldnns itrAflclonc
The man In thn clinic was not Ions In nr
riving At tbo cnnclualnn that thn cithor
was a fraud Tho boinl I him mailn a
doinnnil upon llnvinond thAt lie tiiko nu
Cxn nil mliii ion forthwith lie pionilseil to
meet UKMII entenUv lint failed to show
III Slid hn nrrh icna made for him
nt bin h < nilnuart > rw It wan round that 1m
had pnnn and taken IIH IwloncliiKS With
him lie hail reiirfil oiilt n Hebburvcs
but It IS thought tliL ho lias Rougia othoi
Ikldf
1c1Hflll
Hflll your stomach sonc out of bus
slnes If so yon can reach th < v top
notch ot physical and mental power
by usliifr the llolllsters Rocky Noun
tnln Tea 35 cents Ten or i ablets 7 C
It J Drug Dept 112111 South Slain
Street
Doctors Mayo nnd Sherry wish to
announce the removnl of their unices
from the Deserct News hnlldlnK to
suite J2t4r Jlcrcantllo Ajmex over
Walkers Dry Goods Store
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The priesthood meetlnK of the Salt 1
Luke slake will be held in the Sixteenth
wnr I meBtInRhoiise ut 7M jv m Mon 1 f
day June 17 1907 t I I
NUPHI L MORRIS j r j
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nEOUOE n EMKUT rJt I
KDAVAUD ASHTON I L 7 t
Stake Presidency Il i 1
The quarterly conference ot the Salt j t
Luke stake will bo held on Humlny 1
Juno 16 1907 There will ho three sect f j 1 f
llol1stho first at 10 n m III hut Tab r I tii
nnele unilor the direction oC time SundaY ft
school ofllcers lint second tit S p ni I t k
In the Tabernacle and tho third at 7
p m In the Assembly Hall JI c I
jfErtir i Mounts ji I L
IKOUOK 11 BM12RT
EDWARD T ASHTON I t i 1
Stake Presidency
rime regular monthly meeting of tin I
bight priests quorum will convene In 1 I
the Qninlto utnkn tabernacle on Sun Y i
day Juno 13 1907 nt 10 n in t t i
It Is urgently requested that all high i 4
priests ho pieacMit
JOHN COOK t
N V JONES tit l f
C U I11JL n I < i i
Presidency I F f
4 f i > r
rcvnnr MAX ins ovv nocrou fr j
Ois average utah cannot tiftnrd to cm c 1 t
ploy a physician for every slight allnuut J
or Injury tlmt may occur In nl famIly r i I
tier win ho afford to nejrlcct thcrn aa ra r
slight mi Injury ns the scratch ora uln r
liai bi > on known to catite the loam of a l
11 nth Hence every man must from claret j
pltv IV his own doctor for this claN of 1
nltmenta Success often ilnpijndit upon
prompt tronttnent which en only 111 find i
wlifn mltnbl nvdlclnrs are kept nt hunt I
Chamberlains jlenwdtcs have boon In the J
market for many yenta and onto > n caCti j i
imputation They ehl for EG nilor Ivittle I i
chnniherlalna Colic Cholera and Diar
rhoea llnmrdr for howel eomplntrits
hjimherliilns VitiRh Ilomody fet
colds croup and whoiipliiR OUKli f
Ommhrrlnlns Iilu Bulm in nntl ptic c
llnlmrnt for cuts bruits burn sprains I 1
nwplllnss Imno back mid rheumatic pivlnH L
lullIhrlalll mtnnMch sad lAter Tab
It fI conMlpntlon bllloUKtiesw nnd 4
stonemch troiihl
hnmhlrlaln t shve for his5arit nf the
kln
On bottle of iirh of the llo pr pr l j
m loris oils hut I > Kor sit IC by nil ilniR
IItHR t J
I VIA NIAGARA PALLS AND i f
LEHIGH VALLEY R R
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To Now YOlk
A dPllBhttul trip at nny yunson ThB
route of thai IohlKli MHcx Is famed for
lln ncenlc bcnuty arid comfort Is is
cured on Its vcntUiiilpii trains Its i
double track IK atone bnllssteil
throuchout amid trains tire pcotrotvil
by automatic electric block slfnnla I
Tour local ticket nsont will well you
ticketS jcudliiR over the LchlKh Val
ley from NlitRnra Fnlln or Buffalo to i
New York or Philadelphia f
Dcscilptlvp matter mailed on request x
to Chas S Lee G P A aIS Liberty
St New York i
PILGRIMAGE OF THE UTAH PIONEERS I I
L SIXTY YEARS AGO TODAY j
PHIIIX IUM n JHIT
t halt past 1 oclock n in ho
barometer stood nt 2j07i ddgreeu at
liuhd thermoinoter 60 degiees F fJc
ti lied tliernioiiiDlcr to degrees giving
for the elevation hose tho level ot the
sea 4F01 feet The morning was fine
mind plrasint with a beautiful clear
sky and u light breeze from tIe Ia t
rill wind noun clianged to Ito WMI
The pioneers traveled H4 miles III th
inornlng and halted for noun In Itt t 1
nidt 42 digiiMs 51 mlnutex anti 17 sec
onds Halt n mile west of their halt
ing place thT crossed a small crock of
nn
roily water new culled Alnddy ctetk
They traveled In the afternoon 7t
miles and encamped for the night In
what Is now Natronn county Wyom
ing A short distance above thoni two
small companies which had passed i
them a few days before were en
camped they were building a raft to
cross the Ilatto river at that iilaci f
the day before their teams took n 4
fright by the running of n horse up 1
nnUlnir two of tholr wagon one vo
man and two children wcro consider
ably Injured hut no bones woro broken
SOUl crockery etc was destroyed
I rM nc Of = e 1 1k
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FOR SOFTENING i
THE HARDEST WATER J
No matter how hard the water or
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how easily it resists ordinary jc
it will immediately become soft
when you mix with it a little
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Red Seal
Lye
Ideal for softening water
for dish and clothes wash
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I 0 T 0 ing Will not waste the
I 4 soap Invaluable as u
house It old disinfectant I
v Will mako bettor soap than
old Style lye Sold in a very
I convenient sifting top can
SJ17bNoT0PCA AT GENERAL STORES
t IIAISS
P C TOMSOH CO
r Manufacturers
I Philadelphia PA
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THOSE GOOD SHOES
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When you sec a man or woman with a good looking patent
Icather shoe on and not cracked you can say Thats the Vincent
kind Why not wear the same kind yourselves
Only 350 and 400
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