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First Orders to That Effect Will
Issue From Headquarters
This Evening
f Specialty to bt Made of Camp Hitch
ell Ktcry Hour to Count for
Gootl of Stale Mllltln
The first orders for tho next annual
encampment of the state national
1 Kiiard wilt be published this evening
The encampment last year was held in
Wyoming near Cheyenne and the ex
p rlen n proved of doubtful satisfac
j tion allrnr IIR the XJtnh troops were
1 concerned owing to tho distance and
J dllllculty of reaching the location from
r Salt Lake This year tho encamp
t ment will be held at American Fork
near Utah lake a cinUal location iiind
ki yet BUfllclently dlstniH from this city
to ensUre entire attention to the work
r In hand
Adjutant General Widgewood will Is
flue the following order this evening
relative to the encampment
the companies and attached to this
command will report for field Instruc
tion Aug 25 1907 The companies In
SnIt Lako City will assembled at
the armory at such u time as to enable
them to entrain at the D U G do
rot at 810 a m MnJ W E Wil
1 liams will command and will Issue all
necessary orders and Instructions tor
assembly of troops
Company B Ogden will assemble In
> time to entrain at the Union depot at
7 a m Upon arrival In Salt Lako the
1 company commander will report to MaJ
1 Company F Monti will entrain nt
Sanpcte Valley railroad depot at 710
a m The company commander will
report to Major Fred ICammcrman
Major W n Williams will have
charge of the train from Bait Lake He
k will detrain the command at American
t Fork and after putting baggage on
vngons will march troops to camp
Major Fred Kammerman will have
E charge of train from south < nnd will
j detrain likewise
Captain Karl V Smith quartermns
i ter First Infantry Is detailed as camp
i quartermaster He will be assisted In
his duties by the battalion quarter
i master who will report to him by letter
at once
Lieut Wm E Kncasf battalion ad
jutant Is detailed us camp commls
I lirEach
S Each company and the Signal corps
will forward a detail of four enlisted
men to pitch camp These men will re
port for duty on Aug 24 Company
rn commanders will receive transportation
and Instructions an to the time of d <
J parture for their detail from the camp
K quartermaster
t1 t The messing of tho command will be
by company Company commanders
tvlll take Immediate steps to secure the
necessary rooks for their command
> Each mess will bo In direct charge of a
commissary ofUcer who will be held ro
Fponslble for the proper cooking of the
ration and that the kitchen Is kept In a
sanitary condition
Thn personal baggage of officers nnd
the field desks of companies only will
accompany tho troops all others will
bo shipped In the camp equlppage
Colonel Plummer called attention this
H Jnornlng to the fact that when the
troops reached the site of the encamp
ment they would find the tents pitched
and everything in readiness for occu
fmncy as the detail referred In the
above orders would go down the day
ahead and attend to everything There
would be a place for everything nd
overythlnir In Its nlnce
Regimental Adjutant Webb hnsntso
prepared a notice to company com
manders stating I am Instructed by
the regimental commander to call your
attention to the paragraph tinting to
the commissary Ho desires that the
company kitchens be conducted In the
best possible manner and under strict
ly sanitary conditions and nil be kept
neat and clean The ration xhould be
especially cooked so that there ho no
wiistc You nre to have a cook and If
It can bn included In the allowance of
J4 50 per day a helper The ration
rhnuld consist of wholesome food It
will he well to secure kitchen arrange
ments nt once The uniform for of
r ficers will he Khaki leather legglns
tan shoes and campaign hat
It Is evident from the careful prepara
tions being mndo that the encampment
at American Fork H lobo n model one
nnd everything done right up In regula
tion shape All the officers from tho
colonel down are taking unusual Inter
est In tho occasion Under the experi
enced direction of tho ndjutanl general
More attention will bo paid to tho
culinary department this year than ever
S before und the troops will be taught
how to maintain and conduct model
When occasion de
mands the higher
sort of confection
Sweet Candy Co
llollnrleturlnjt Confectioners
kitchens This feature IUlsot Info
years been made a specialty with the
eastern state EUaida Quito a number
of regimental commands like the Now
York Seventh have had special kitchens
built In their nrmorlei and the Seventh
compels every soldier In the regiment
officers nnd enlisted mento learn
how to cook The company commands
take turns doing kitchen duty and
every member of the company Is coin
polled to cook for his comrad so tha
if he docs not prepare the food suitably
ho Is sure to hear aroar from the mess
tables The result is that he puts In
his boat IIck and by the exercise ot
proper Intelligence nnd care learns how
to conk acceptably Tho result Is thai
the Seventh Is not only what the late
General Penrose called them A regi
ment of officers but It Is also a regi
ment of very acceptable cooks As far
as circumstances will allow this same
policy will be observed at the Utah en
cnmpmcnt Colonel IMummcr and his
staff propose to mnke every hour of
the encampment tell for the military
good and benefit ot avery man there
Estimable Iolil Woman Succumbs to
Attnclt of Heart Failure
Special to the News
Lehl Aug Charlotte Elizabeth
Butt Austin wife of City Councilman
Parley Austin died at her home In
this city at 10 oclock this morning of
heart failure She wns a woman highly
respected by all who knew her and
was a loving wife and mother Nine
out of 13 children besides her husband
survive her She was born In Cleve
land Ohio 41 years ago came to Utah
in 1882 and was married in 1SS1
Funeral scrvcesi will be held In the
new tabernacle on Sunday at 12 oclock
C Clyde Squires Secures Central Posi
tion In lAin for Drilling
The current Issuo of Life contains a
double pagi drawing by C Clyde
Squires entitled Youre the Only
Girl I Ever Loved The drawing Is
made with bruin and pencil and Is
reproduced halftonq of tho flnqst
mesh J The prjncfpnl figures are a
loving pair surrounded by shadows of
maidens the man has loved In other
years As he whispers the mossago
which comprises the caption tho
shadow faces are shown In various ex
pressions of surprise Indignation and
Mr Squire who Is hero spending
tho summer has received a letter
from Life explaining that this draw
ing will go Into tho Life calendar for
1008 and will be sold In proof form
nt twice tho standard price for proofs
Mr Squires received the highest price
tar this yet paid him and It Is tho
fifth double page to bo printed within
tho year with a number of others al
ready contracted for
Scrlbnors Magazine has noticed the
work of Mr Squires and has sent n
letter to him requesting him to call
on the art editor and assuring him a
cordial reception He has recently
had a drawing accepted by Harpers
nnd two are soon to be prlntod In the
Womans Homo Companion
Arebflla Brown a colored woman
well known to the police of Salt Lake
and Ogden appeared beforo JudgA
Diehl thin nurnlng on the charge of
drunkenness She has been away from
town for a year and a half and lost
no time In explaining that fact to Judge
Dl hl but she was careful not to state I
that she had lust completed a term of
io days ot Ogden
Ah jlst como ter town to git some
things an Ah goes an gits drunk
explained Arabella Judge Diehl then
sentenced the woman to go back to
Ogden at once
J <
You can t afford to
fl Tl f f
E be indifferent in re
gard to your clothes i
CJ It 6 dollars and cents bread and butter to any
man to keep dressed up
flj In these days when Hart Schaffner fit Marx
i have made it possible for men to be well dressed
at a small outlay the world demands more of
men than it used to
j 1 Wre selling Hart Schaffner Marx clothes
t at a reduced price during our August Sale
iJ I
One Boiler Maker Remains at
Work In Local
Pocntcllo Ogden SpiirkM and Kvnns
tOil Workmen AVnllt Out in Sjin
pntliy With Coast Ul loll
S 1t Lake is not affected by tho boil
ermakers strike on the Southern Paci
fic and allied lines Officials of tho Ore
eon Short Lino say there Is ono repair
nun hero and he mat work as usual
Work for the Southern Pacific Union I
Pacific and Oregon Short Line is done
In the Ogden shops and while 21 men
have gone out repair work is going on
us usual as the strIker places have
been taken by apprentices and helpers
Thirty men are out at Sparks 50 aro
out at Pocatollo Oregon Short Line
shops nnd a few men have gone out
nt Evanston The places mentioned nre
where the larger shops are located Th < i
general walkout has been called In
sympathy With tho Los Angeles union
Harrlman officials have little light to
offer us to when or how a settlement
Will be effected The Btory coming from
the Union Pacific ofllclaU on the coast
docs not place the strikers in a posi
tion which arouses the sympathy of
their employed The men themselves
arc said to be out simply In obedience
to walkout orders and not because they
feel It vise to desert their benches
Pocatello boilermakers are reported to
have told J Ft Dunn the Oregon Short
Lines superintendent of motive power
hut they have no grievance and are
ready and willing to work If strike
orders arc withdrawn Tho other dl
Vlslon points report similar attitudes
upon the part of the boilermakers
According the local officials ot the
Oregon Short Line the trouble arose
over the discharge of three men at Los
Angeles It seems a halt dozen men
complained that the shopforeman was
evero and strict E E Calvin general
manager of the Southern Pacific sent i
his motive superintendent down to Los
Angeles to Investigate At a meeting
2G men said they had no complaint to
make against their employer ho knew
his business and wanted good work
they explained Under this showing the
three men who were discharged for
Inefficient work were not reinstated
and then the strike began It since has
been spreading over all Harriman lines
i n the west but It appears the strikers
are half hearted and rather inclined to
e Impatient at having their broad anA
utter taken away because of the dls
harge of three men out on the coast
bout whom they know nothing This
Itt least Is the view held by Harriman
facials who have gone Into the strike
proposition thoroughly
Mrs Erlckepn nn Insane woman
wni taken lnt < J custody at 430thls >
morning by Officers Lyon and Davld
on at 331 north First West street jrhi
nfortunate woman was creating a dls
urbance and word was sont to police
headquarters She was quickly taken
to Jail by the officers and will probably
bo committed to the state mental hos
Larceny Battery and Robbery
Cases Receive Attention From
His Honor This Morning
John Ingsam charged with tho lar
ceny of some clothing belonging to one
McNulty was tried In Judge Dlehls
court Ihls morning and was found
guilty The court Imposed a sentence
ot J75 or 75 days
Onle Olgglni a cplored man arrest
ed on the charge of battery upon his
wife who Is a while woman Is In Jail
In default ot 100 bonds fixed this
morning digging married tho woman
In Wyoming nnd came hero a day or
two ago It Is alleged that last night
he gave her a severe beating Ho will
be tried next Monday
The case against George Spencer a
fubcr arrested Cit the charge of fail
ure to take out a license was dismissed
this morning us Spencer has complied
with tho law
May Stewart charged with grand lee
eny pleaded not guilty and the ease
was net for the 26th The ball was
fixed in the sum of 500
Thomas Shlpp charged with robbery
will be given a hearing on Aug 27
In default of UOO ball ho was remanded
to Jail W I Sparks accused of
grand larceny will bO given u prelim
nary hearing on the 28th ins ball was
fixed In the sum of 1300
Judgo Armstrong linn committed
lyrum Cowley to tho State Mental
hospital at Provo Cowley has been
employed as a miner at lilnglmm and
formerly reild < Ml In Logan Ho lies
been confined in the mental hospital
In the federal court yesterday after
noon u petition was flleil by creditors
of Frank L Lumloy of Eureka asking
hut ha bo declared a bankrupt It
watt not forth that IUmley owes over
1000 and has no means of paying
which he has contained In a written
statement to his creditors Tho people
asking for the appointment of n true
ice are the Herald Publishing com
inny the Nelden Judson Drug com
pliny nnd the Keely Ice Cream com
For attempting to take A photo
grupti of a woman bather while
ohaiigliif her robes In a bathing hou o
at Snltalr Hurry Archer Archln Parr
nml Wallis Hloliirddon wero yontprduy
afternoon fined 10 each by Justice
Ponn r Smith They wore clurgnil
with malicious mischief and III lieu of
pnylng thd flno each or them wwi
given a Jail sentence for 10 days or
until tho dna liquidated
An notion for divorce hog been niod
III the district court by Lucy 13 Davis
gainut Tl n Davis on tile ground of
nonsupport They wero married In
Eureka on Oct SO 1001 and It II al
leged that for moro than A year best
defendant bun fulled to support plain
Ann H Perry has ilIad suit In the
district court against John A nUl
administrator of tho estate of Net
Ann Heee deceased ot at to recover
1200 M the purchase price of lot 11
block 1 Ontario subdivision It III
ollceod that plaintiff sold tho proper
to Wary Ann hoes In 1806 but the
ourchtwio price has not been paid
Situ now nRki that who have judgment
for that amount with Interest nnd
that the property be sold to satisfy
the claim
Mrs Suo Horton filed suit for divorce
in the dlctrtct court today against Ira
C Horton on the ground of desertion
The complaint alleges that they were
married Rochester Minn on March
10 1S87 and have four children and
that defendant deserted plaintiff on
May 1 1902 and huts ever since lived
apart from her without tiny sufficient
cause Plaintiff asks for a divorce for
the custody of the children and for S5
per month alimony
Plrnlo nt Liberty 1nrk Tho Dan
ish brotherhood Hogo Haabet 78 and
their friends are holding a picnic at
Liberty park today for the benefit of
their free liurarj A good program Of
sports music and dancing is being ren
dered and nil visitors are made wel
Scientist Sunday School Picnic
One hundred and sixtythree pupils of
tho Christian Science Sunday school
besides n largo number of teachers and
friends were served with delicious re
freshments at the annual picnic of tho
school held ac tho bowery at Liberty
park yesterday Tho tables were ar
ranged In the form of a hollow oblong
and were covered with snow whlto lin
en and adorned with beautiful floral
decorations During the preparation ot
the table lIES Woodmansee super
intendent of tho Sunday school tem
porarily supervised the operations of a
miniature ralhcad and a merrygo
round both of which were free to tho
children At 330 the repast was served
accompanied by orchestral music and
when all was over It seemed like
enough still remained duplicate the
R6v H P Hanson of Denver Is
visiting In this city with his son A
J Hanson of Indiana avenue
John Strlckley has returned from
a two weeks trip to Minneapolis and
Bt Paul He says that part ot the
country Is very prosperous
W II Snednkcr general agent of thq
Illinois Central at San Francisco is
In this city
W A Tooty buyer for the Los An
geles Packing company at Los An
geles Is In the city
Examiners In Section Tho stato
board of examiners was In session to
day passing upon claims against the
Tuioitllo Court Commission
meeting of the state Juvenile court
commission was held In tho governors
office this afternoon at which routine
business was transacted
City Board Meets Toduj The city
board of education met this afternoon
nt tjie bltlfce ot O W Mole for the f
purpose of completing tho list of
teachers for tho various city schools
Another matter considered at todays
meeting was the building of a drain
from the Poplar Grove school to Jor
dan river
> rof Jonc to JIuko Atlilrcss Wll
Inrd Done private secretary to Gov
Cutler has been placed on he pro
gram for an address at tho dedication
ot the memorial to Deacon John
Doanc rounder of the Donna family
In America at Eastham Mass on
Aug 21 All the descendants of the I
family America halo been invited to I
attend the exercises which will be
quite extensive and will cover a period I
of two days The subject of Mr
Dones address Is Deacon John
The regular meeting of the Thir
teenth quorum of seventies will be
held Monday evening Aug 12 ntS
p m In the Twentieth ward meeting
house It Is urgent that all members
be present O C 11EEBE
Tangier Aug Horrible details ot
tho slaughter of Jews the maltreat
ment of women and the plllago and
burning shops at Casa Ulanca are
told by passengers who arrived hero
last night by steamer from that port
They say that after tho bombardment
of the place began tho Moorish
soldiers and the Arabs revenged them
selves Upon tlv Inhabitants plunder
Ing killing and burning on all sides
They sacked the custom house and
burned a largo part of the city whoso
streets are tilled with decomposed
Among the Jcwa killed was a man
under the protection of the British con
sulate His sisters were assaulted and
carried art by Moors
Many feats of heroism both by
French and Spanish sailors are recount
Christian Boreiuon to Anna C West
ton part of lot 3 block 21 plat
B 1500
U P Ily Co to lyrum Newton
part of section 31 township 2
north range 7 cant 43
Jed W Anhtoii anil wife to Jfl t
Cowan lot 23 block 1 Franklin
sub 4000
Miller Coborn Co to Mii nus till
quint part of section 1 townshIp 2
south rouse 1 west Mo
Mark Borg et nl to Harry r w
riinee all or lot 10 part of lot U
blocks Broadway add j
Stella Mi Jenkins and liuahnnd to
Joseph 8ernll > iwrt of lot 6 block
13 pint U iltc
Est Alma Pratt aecenveil to A
Isle Thompson part of section 15
township 1 south range 2 oint
Wm A McMillan to Mary 15 Mr
Mlllan part of section U townxhlp
I south range 1 cunt j
19 J 11 Joneti to Jnnoph A Jurat
cell Inn portion 30 townshIp 2
SoUth range i east i
Mury IMntpn Doyen to Krnma An
delwon pnrt lot 2 block 21 plat A 3MS
Elizabeth f > Pfltllt to IMwIn
Wrhl1l part lot 8 block 37 pint II 1
6 nm 7
7 um 71
8 ain in 11
H um 7j
U nin tb
11 niru 1
13m It
l pm M
figtrLt 1 t M
I tI I a 71
Loss of 8000 is However
Fully Covered by Insurance
Roomers Lose Apparel
Defective wiring Is believed to hav
been the cause of a fire at tho Royal
cafo on south Alain street at an early
hour this morning The loss Is esti
mated at 8000 ot which 600 Is to the
building and 2000 to tho contents
The alarm coma in by telephone nt
310 this morning and was quickly re
sponded to Although the flames had
obtained considerable headway In tho
rear part ot the bullatng they were
soon under control Roomers above the
cafe lost considerable wearing apparel
and the cafe will bo out of commission
for a few days
During tho flro Frank Angoll driv
er on the chiefs buggy was slightly in
jured by a fall of about 20 feet Angoll
was at the end of a line of hose when
tho ladder slipped and he was thrown
to the ground Ills left ankle was bad
ly wrenched but Angell Is still on duty
George Mueller proprietor of the cafe
states that the loss Is covered by In
surance as tho policy calls for 16000
B ttavia Island of JEW Dutch East
India Aug 9A detachment of In
fantry commanded by two lieuten
ants has been massacred by rebels
in the Mon district of tho island of
Celebes The victims Including con
victs numbered 4B
Now York Aug DIlls announced
that one result of tho Investigation
of the local railroads by the public
service commission which is being
conducted by William Ivies as coun
sel will bo an order to tho Inter
boroughMotropolltan company to
change the type of car In the pub
way Cars with side doors It Is stated
will be ordered and It is expected they
will do away with tho crudo stations
now so much complained of The In
novation will cost 1000000 more
While much of tho testimony
brought out at tho hearing is chiefly
of local Importance thero aro occa
sionally some developments of more
than passing Interest One of these
is that in 40 per cent of the cars
run upon tho local roads there ore
strap hangers Another Interesting
point brought out was tho reading by
Mr Ivins of a portion of tho Incor
potatlon act of tho Manhattan
Scores of Americanowned motor
car aro speeding up and down the
highways of England this month car
rying family parties poppa mom
ma nnd their sons nnd daughter
on the now fashionable automobile
tour of rural England
Wealthy Americans who have been or
arc golnpby ca through England taay
be found In the lobbies of every fash
Ipnabto hotel In London It Is the craze
of the moment Tho wealthiest bring
their own cars or send them over by
cargo steamer The car awaits them
at Prymouth Southampton or Liver
pool and the voyagers travel a r und
about route to London by way of
Devonshire of the Lakes At 2 oclock
yesterday morning nn American mil
lionaire accompanied by his married
daughters and a friend arrived at the
Carlton having come up from Ply
mouth after such a run througH tho
west country
After reaching London tho rich Am
erican spends a couple of weeks In
making day excursions from tho me
tropolis and then makes up the Itin
erary of a long tour through Scotland
and Ireland Several such tours have
been ruined by tho rain of tho past
For a wholehearted admirer of rural
England and Its people one need go no
further than the Carlton where Mr
and Mr Henry Steers and their sons
are staying They brought with them
from New York magnificent 60horsB
power car with which they spent a
couple of pleasant weeks making short i
trips In and about London and the
south of England Going to Paris they
found France less enjoyable than Eng
land and arc spending another six
weeks in this country London Dally
You can look into the Shoe
proposition thoroughly and
you will find that if you have
been wearing Money Back
Shoes you have had comfort
and satisfaction The clear
ance prices on all Summer
Shoes and Oxfords are very
interesting to lovers of high
grade footwear 295 for all
6350 and 400 lines 395
for all 500 lines 495 for
all lines up to 750 Pumps
in all leathers aud canvas
Oxfords go at 265 for all
350 and 400 lines 3 65
for all lines 500 and up a
good time to get the Money
Back Shoe Habit
Uld will IKJ rouiiuil nt the office of
till Utah Stale Pair Association M W
3iM South Bt Bait Lnko City Utah for
furnishing saint Anwclatlmi with baled
timothy hay baled alfalfn and bajfl
straw name to lio delivered nt tho Fair
nimmdit during the mir Sept 3 to
Oct i
OctDJda must state prlco per tOil nn tile
amount to he used cannot be determined
until tha clown of the Fair however the
approximate amount netiled will IIH M
tons of alfalfa 51 tOOl of straw iuwl 10
toils of timothy
llliU will bo opened Mojiday morning
tug I n im 11 t 10 oclock
Many well known eastern ChocoUti
Manufacturers do not make as fine
grade as McDonalds Dutch Chocolates
They charge more for McDonald
Dutch Chocolates are only 30c and 60c
but the quality is there noticeable
every time comparison is made
Santa Fe Railroad Through its
Connections Proposes to Give
Clark Road Run for Business
Traffic Slmmeer of Southern lAne
Ghcs Out Statement of Ilnns
Of His Head
Tho cat Is out of the bag Differences
between the Salt Lake Route were de
scribed months ago by the News
and while nil those likely to be posted
preferred to keep mum at that time
enough was learned to make It plain
that the Santa Fe and Salt Lako Route
would sooner or later thrown dow the
gauntlet and fight In the open for the
business of the minIng camps of Ne
vada The Santa Fe has stepped out
first with a declaration of defiance al
though of course Itls built of nice
sounding English To competo with
the Clark road and others operating
through Nevada the Santa Fo Is ar
ranging an agreement with the Tono
pah and Tidewater Borax Smiths lIne
to connect tho supply centers of the
coast directly with tho mining camps In
the Sagebrush state
The Santa Fes position Is defined
In a statement made by Its assistant
traffic manager Ho Is quoted as say
jug We flee figuring on fame propo
IIJUons to connect San Fronclaco
Oakland and other shIppIng points
In thIs part of the state directly by
rail with Khy ° lto Goldlleld Green
water and other Nevada sections
We are preparing rates In conjunc
tin with the Tonopah and Tidewa
ter with which we connect at Lud
low J nvthe scheme III perfected
it will be
submitted to the Interstate
commerce commission tQr approval
This arrangement will open up a
large section or Nevadas rich mining
country to San Francisco giving this
city more chance than ever to got some
of this business Of course San Fran
cisco merchants reach that country to
f < W Patent by ho Southern Pacific
but hOw thorc are two new lines In
there The rates arc favorable to Call
fornia over all other points and will
go into effect within 60 days
Local officials the Salt Lake Route
do not etm to bq worrying about the
Santa Fes avowed determination to
enter the field for Nevada business
Tho Salt Lake Routo explains that It
has no cause for worry It will meet
any or all rates put Into effect by the
now competitor This done distance
and time between tho coast markets
and the Nevada camps aro tho only
considerations The Clark people any
they have as short a line Into Gold
field and tho other camps as tho Santa
Fe can get by connecting with the
Tonopah Tidewater at Ludlow and
assert positively that business from
this end of the line can not be touched
as they have distance time and every
thing else In their favor
This means that Salt Lake jobbers
can keep Nevada trade it
got out nnd rustle no ii1 thr U
stops the Santa tnlltte
Fo if
may take to corral o thisy otlcr Une
freight official
of the Bolt
dlscusshlg the entrance Route
Fo Inte the held the B
talkod In atnhtl
fashion Salt Laio has th tb1
bulk ot trade with Nevada b1g6531
present time and there Is at
why she should lo e n no rem 100
activity of a new competing liMYtb
the coast It th8 line rrm
Is up to the JN
Salt tll1
5 L
jobbers themselves A nm Uv
cal business Institutions nUlllber h of l 0
scntatlvcs stationed In the have v rcpr t
vadn camps and they are variouN <
business Its a wonder doing II b 1
havent agents wonderl11ere on nrzJ
all the time because the ground
ore growing and need a lot Stcai
of nil su 1J 1
kinds constantly HnJR1
money they arc willing to J
prices for goods and pay WC
pay it
mend Tho big mIning comnPOin
Nevada are looking to Snit Lake
machinery and
supplies A
arc tho mercantile Institution and N1
vadas demands arc 1
STOwIng wanat
fully and having its trade wonter
thing for any center bIt
It Is also pointed out that the R
Fes line from the coast will Banta
shorter than the Salt Lakes line be ri
Salt Lake Route has
an nlrllnerot
Los tvfres
Angeles to Las Vegas and then
straight route from LM Vegas a
ward Mo the numerous big nottb
The Tonopah Tidewater will batch
build to Ludlow a point on the Santi
Fe and then build Into RhyolU
then on UP to Goldfield On the aol
tho two lines look about the Inl
length Officials of the Clark read
their line will be 18 miles shorter It liT
Rhyollte and 80 Into Qoianeld With >
these distances In Its favor and tS
same rates In effect the Clark mT
seems In a position to hold HI rOIl an
against newcomers
The chief MIM
however IB that
Lake can hald
the field with
getup as ar ut
Browns cheerfulness was a aounenj
wonder and admiration to his frltafci
Either his religion or his phlloiopl
taught him to accept everything BII
wlso dispensation But then he hi
a large share of worldly goods ta
friends argued and nothlm but H
verslty would shake his faith
Therefore when a promising crop wu
washed away by a flood the ntlthW
wero much astonished to hear him liT
Its Jill for tho best I was blest I
an overabundance last year
In tho winter his house burned to th
ground To his neighbors solicitation
he calmly responded The how
never suited us anyway so It Is allleri
tho best
Other calamities befell Brown tot i
still he refused to bo disheartened
The climax came when he was too
railroad accident Both fet were
badly crushed that amputation IU
Sympathetic friends gathered front ti
quarters They dreaded to hear th
lamentations lthey were sure wotfj
greet them for oven BrQwn could turf
ly bo expected to pass this lightly tr
Guess you are pretty well discour
aged arent you with both feet cut
off ventured some DnA Do you think
this Is all for the best
But Brown nodded his head smlltaf
wanly and said
They were always cold anyway
Ladles Home Journal
11 E Evans Florist 36 S Main St
Floral Designs a Specialty Phon III
818 South Mal
Painless Extraction of Teeth or No PW
All Work Positively Guaranteed Flaw
Bell 1124x Ind Ilk
Commencing Saturday we will offer our entire line at
adlual cost in order to close out this years line and make
room for our Fall Furniture
JUST Reclining
rr GoCart
158k Rubber Tire
CUT Wheels
755 275
CARPET STORE 51535557 E isi so
17 POUNDS SUGAR 100 with order
High Patent Flour facie 1120
Straight tirade sack > 11
Slilha nice 25c
7 lbs Rolled Data 26a
S lbs Macaroni 2Go
SA lbs TApIoca or BOKO 20
3 Ihs linger Snaps 25q
S lbs Fanny Mixed Oaken 25q
Sib package Bmla Crackers 26o
6 lb box Hoda Crackers 40o
8 pltffB Graham Crackers 26o
Smoked Hacon 111 t Un
8 Ib pull lArd i e t o
6 lit pall lard iivj5
10 Ib pail Lard u
I I 2 26o cans Veal or Ham 1011 jq
8 lie cam Pot Iberia VV os
I I S5o cans Uoned Chicken 3 i ° r V
Qt Can Armour Houp j
IQo HUo Armour1 Soup jsa
I 0 pounds Washlntf Boa 1j5a
I 10 bars Laundry Boop i
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