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Deseret evening news. [volume] (Great Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1867-1920, February 27, 1909, Last Edition, Image 8

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Basement rinrt National hn
or indent K T
p Circulator O C nrerim Jr
Home Phone Bell 11n
1 Otter phone W T II Jilt Id
Iloms Afdress l 1 I HUll
Office open from ll to 1SU
a m and 4 to S30 p m
ratronn are reeaeted to make
Immediate cnmpllnts regarding
i uneatlsfkctory dallrery
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Orson Snufidefs Drinks Carbolic
Aold at the Pullman Bar and
Dies in Few Mtotitei
AMMHW M Ifcrlj Tkut I r fhft J >
TrHMaH Co4H4t AMKtMt rcm
V n4tjJen of Ilowcr
ogOen Feb 11Wlt1 hli tomach
burning away with carbolic add taken
from fourounce botU and In Uae
throes of apeedy death Oreon auitoer
ihr nyearoM son of BtrMt I npvrvMor
joeph Bounder chatted with friend
li the Pullman b sr without Inform
Ing them of the rh act he had com
mitted I
It WM abort after 1 oclock young I
Plunders went to the carr Drug More
avid Informed etork that IIIIa brother
inla WIIIIMB Lowe manager of the
Pullman bar wanted Rome carbOlic
aId TINt clerk taw Mm a fourounce
bottle or acid From the drat store be
went to the Pullman bar where he
flwt some friends with whom he
untied and talked for corn minutes
Ixaxlng bin friends young Maunder
went to a toilet room where be drank
about twothird of the content of
the carbolic aid lie then rejoined Me
friend at tbe bar and talked with them I
a few minutes Thu amen of the acid
and a few bums on his Up aroneed
the sunplckms of one of the party and I
hi mimed summoned Dr Conroy
who promptly responded nut Raunder
condition hud gradually grown wane
Everything possible was done hut to no
avail as he cixplrtd nltliln 10 minute
Joseph Baundrr father of the boy
was summoned Ami was heart broken
over the affair us It the mother of the I
boy No motive tun be uncrlbed for
the boy committing the rah act u
he ha alway hern of II cheerful dls 1
position and wee one that made many
The body win rcinov < l to the Und
qulxt undertaking parlor where It will
be held pending the urrangeinent for
the funeral
Among the early plans of tbe Ogden I
Rapid Transist company In the matter
of extension Iu the building of a road I
through lh < > Hurnnvllle and FarWet
dliti kts and ixiimlbb to PUilu City and
uhetHiucntl to the Hot Hprings where
It will irfnnct IIllh the Hot ttprlngs
line This < xtcnxinii together with num
erous others un > being considered by
the compuio I
The cumpiui N attention at the pre
< nt time In centciKl on jibe building of
the Ogden can > on line An agreement
hull wen reuihed between tbe ixjnipiiiv
and WIUlHin C I Wllwin proprlrtor of
the Hermitage anSI the company h
been granted u right of way oei hiM
Property It U announced UMl the mail
will is rcdy for operation by the tin
of June aa far is the Hermitage an < S
jiosihIe sa far as the Oak
A Hit wa filed in the illHtrl > > 11 I
jccierday aft inoon by the 1nn
lunl and Irrigation company i t ii
t T WooJley lu ifcov r ISOO II 1
ii be due for colaln engine al bd
llreretl to him The iompliuut
Ug j that on Dec IS IW the > i r < I
na delivered to the plaint i
shares ot the capital lock of the t u
prrlor Prick Tile Milling t IL
ulltied ralue of I7M In ynltt f
a 3D horsepower engine ana a 4 > u t
l iwer boiler The plaintiff MIII
1 1 ii complain that the defendatit K
II the Mock with thu Intent MID
It Ita further ulluced that the < Ieten 1
nut know that the tock In tli Jul
bilrk and tile company ww uj
promoter to defraud etoekaolduiit mni
the public and WM utterly wortlne
Judgment In the um of MM U lIk1
The guiMUlor TU Brick Milling
company III tbe company for whlcn a
1ttlv wit reoently appointed by
UH court
Lloyd MUttley Joe Harbortaoo Jr
Mud Jo Dryadal were before Julg
Uurphy yontardajr upon the charge of
viarancy Tb boy all live tn Ojdon
iuit have been In tbe habit of fre
oueaunc cigar atora for most af the
m Ut They were given a lester It y
the ooart end allowed to go but were
informed that tbe null time they wera
brought lu they would bay to aeno
II teutsaus
Ihe funeral e rvkes over the l > odv
nf John Hunter one of Weber count v <
I luif ro who rili d nt tin renldemc of
liii < nHu M < i Mm lllliiin 111111 i
ltu < > iUI I i ill > < III he hMit it i
Gas on the
Th Bnpajd j e of a Mtnneapo
Ik WsttMH In FlfMilnR A Remedy
for 1118UIon
The symptom of stomach trouble
M < ry Some victim have a ravenous
ni petite come loathe the night of food
lIeU there I a burning e nsat1 < rh In
i he ntncnach and a feeling IUI of weight
n the ekaat Sometime the gas prens
< s on the heart and lead the nfferrr
to think hi ha heart disease Hick
htIdacbe la a frequent and digress
ing symptom The tonic treatment for
stomach trouble is a comparatively
new Idea but It to Bound In principle
and how satisfactory remit In cast
where other treatment had failed
Mr J Wilder a aUalady of No
31 Ninth street a R Minneapolis
If Inn found no relief from stom
ach trouble until she tried Dr Wlll
aim Pink Pill Speaking of her
cane Mr Wilder nay
About four year nun T wa cutter
trig with ell trouble which wa
brought on by irregular and hurried
eating I was confined to my bed for
three day at the time with headache
due to blllotune My stomach felt
w though there wa a lump In It and
tbe ga on my stomach gave me awful
dtatree I had sever pain In myback
my eomt > lextton wa allow and I wa
nervous and Irritable It made me
short of breath to go up stairs In toe
morning there would be a brown coat
Ing on my torurue
The doctor gave me only tempor
ary teller and after I had been sick
for a Aenr t tried T > r William Pink
Pills upon the advice of a friend The
pill worked wonders for me They
helped me after a fair trial and then
mad a rapid cure I can eat a hearty
meal now without dlstre mid can
work every day I always r ral e l > r
William Pink Pills and shall never
be without them
Sufferer from dyspepsia In nny
form who have found their condi
tion nnrelleved or actually growing
wore while using ordinary remedies
would do well to try Dr Williams
Pink Pill They arc told by all drug
gltt or direct by mall postpaid on
receipt of price SOc per box ala boxes
2 BO A diet book will be sent t
on application to the Dr Williams
Medicine Company Schenectady N Y
Rlverdale meetinghouse Sunday afternoon
noon at 1 oclock Th Interment
be In the city cemetery
The funeral of Ambroae Orecnwell
will be held at the Larkln funral
chapel Sunday afternoon at US d
Bishop H C Jacob In charge The
remain may be viewed from t to 12
The funeral of John Firm will be
held at the Larkin funeral chapel Sun
day at 3 p m Rev John E Carver
TIle funeral of Ira Fowler the young
man who wa killed at Devil Slide
on Tuesday will be held from the
Rooster meetinghouse Sunday at 1 p
m The Interment will be In tM Hene
fer cemetery
The funeral of Violet the tmonth
old daughter of Mr and Mr J W
Moss who died Thursday wa held
today al 1 p m at the Clearflold
Davis county meetinghouse
Tbe funeral of William Russell < II
l held yesterday afternoon at the Lar
Wn undertaking parlor Bishop A A
I Blngham of Rlverdale presiding The
music wa turmUhed by the Rlverdale
ward choir TSu speaker were PriSi
dent C F Mlulleton Bishop Blngham
Samuel O Dye and Walter Blngham
SJx young men from the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen acted aa pall
bearers The Interment wa In I
Cily cemetery
John M Bybee who died at hln home
In tlnttth this county on Feb 21 af
ttr a very long Illness from rheumat
ism wa burn In Barren county Ken
tucky Feb 17 189 became a
member of tlm thurch In early days
lolIN M IA Jil I
t W l U lll II I I II i II U Mil
inch Uitlallon In Ill I Ui 11
mil aliutil In halt Iuk July i itt
thiuu ddye uftcr tlio advent of tIlt plo
DfciH He croHMd the plains nuui
with ox ItMinn He went to Ilntil
In 1IM being aaioiig the murdy pio
neer of that place where be opcnt
the best part c his Uta In tlio upbuild
ing of that Motion of the common
wealth Pmaitrl wa the father of
11 children there are also W grand
children and 41 groatgrandchildren 10
revere the mesaory of a devoted hus
band and fatter a faithful cbunb
worker and honest cltlien
Mr fwd Mis William liriver of thl
i itv uniioiiiico the engagement of their
ilLuuriii ld < May to Mi William Pear
> Ill e d ill hg to tiki placu March
K it > in lark < tllfoinik
S S S ia known as Nututca Cure for Coutagiotui Blood Poion becauw
i it i < i ptrpared entirely from the blood purifying and healing extract of root
Iwrba and bark Ultra directly from the natural lorou oi tile land It dace
not caaUitt the leubt particle of rftronjf mineral ingredient and Ii go pre
pared u to aid in the uJlhui1 lug of every portion of the ny tein while drive
A tog Contagioiui lllood 1otson from the bluod No unpUuhditt eflecU eer
w 1 follow the Will of S S 8 Buih aa gtomatb troubka d > sti tlij mercurial
4 rheuBiatiam etc aa U HO often the cu < where other uicflictnes are uaW
8 s 8 goes down to the very bottom of the trouble und keiitlv but surely
ilnyot out every traa of the iSLe clean nml ptirifit the circulation and
by its fine Vegetable tunn ficcu usuU the 5 tetn tn rdpully overcome Ute
ravaiceo of the UIAUM and ictaiu UH julnral hualllilrl toiuliUon 8 8 8
dot uot cover IJ or hide the utptonit for awhile to bituk out later but
NO thoroughly does it remove the raune that mi btnll of tlu trouble ever re
tutn 8 8 8 Natures cure in the uret awl bjlot IIJy torCAntairkru
Wood loi ou Home Treatment Hook with Tiluable wgtetigiw tmJTufoi
f m tkm ul1IDY medical mlvtee free to all who v dIe
Th fewl II 4lerel by rattler
ve7 nHrht IKin < l T xep1e4 at M
ml f mnntti All pyuinti a 1
tom plalt should bP lilt e te H i
Dvlltlile suset for OlIn ietvhjy
tltt amIWek31 News ffItllf1li
en for Church Worice BIeace
NOrth fourth Went
Carrier eat sue ef Aa4emy Au
Bell ion red
Carrier west Me ef AeMeaiy An
811 0 bUok
Mn iu4r le wtii for IHwIlt nt llmrfwml
41um HkWN lleW for Mwilrr
Hpedul CorreKpondenee
Proxn Feh 27 The uiw C SimN
Lewis 1 tl the U U O Hy Co
wan fflwn to the jury ynterday after
noon ill J rlork After being out
abtMIt tnr hoiirv hey brought In a
verdict In favor of plaintiff for J 1 5 BOO
The null was for WUOOO damage for
the death of John S lewis who wa
killed at Ixhl July SI IfM through
being run over bt a railroad train
In the cae of D O Wld adminis
trator MI Nellie Cl BRIectun et al In
which plaintiff was given Judgment
for ITU W this judgment ha been
Set aside by stipulation In which the
plaintiff accepts JJ76 In Battafactlon of
hill claim
The ease of Iuelld Taylor ve D O
WeLd admlnlitntor wa dlemhwed by
In the cae of C D Hank vs Cbs
Tyny defendant time to erve bill of
expectlon wa extended till April 1
lull for divorce ba been commenced
by Anna R Torgeneon of American
Fork against Antone Torgeneon on the
ground of desertIon and failure to pro
vide Plaintiff allege that defendant
ba property to the value of 114 and
ak to be warded all of It The par
ties Hfie married Sept S ltoe
The preliminary examination of
Charles Lawhorn charged with the
murder of Daniel E Snow wan held
before Justice Noon yesterday lAW
hum and Snow both young men of
about the age of 11 had a fight Sun
day night Feb 7 In which Lwhorn
truck Snow on the chin with an
empty can 110 lAW horn admit but
Hnow said after the row that he was
struck with a brick Hnow went home
after the fight and In about two
hour went to bed He only com
plained however about the cut on the
lip He remained In bed till the 11th
when be died ICe had been an invalid
for some years and the theory of the
defence Is that be died from other
causes than the blow received from
a missile In the hand of lAwborn but
Dr Herbert 8 Pyne teetlfted that be
made an examination of Know and
found a bruised condition of the chin
three teeth and a portion of the jaw
bone having been carried away The
physician said that death wna caused
by the blow and did not result from
epilepsy fioin which snow hail been
a sufferer
After the evidence the defense tried
to have Justice Noon hold the de
fendant on a lower charge that of
voluntary manslaughter so that bo
could he admitted to ball This Mr
Noon refused to do but held him on
the murder charge to await the action
of the district court The evidence
will be transcribed and submitted to
Judge Booth and be will be asked to
admit defendant to ball pending trial
Eon Duke employed by the Tellu
rid Power company In the repair work
being done on the flume In Provo can
yon mattered a dislocated shoulder and
severe bruises yesterday by having dirt
and rock fall on him H WM taken to
tbe Provo general hospital The Inju
ries are very painful but are not con
sidered serlout
Marriage licenses have been issued
to the following couple
Orlando Harper ad Hether A Nol
son both of Provo
Theodore J llorrtnston of Winter
Quarter va Itabooea K Smith of
F W C Ilatfcenbrvcfe ha a force of
men at work on his Mate claims at the
mouth of Slate canyon with H view to
developing an underground now of wa
ter which oomea down the canyon
Mr Halherbruck believe a large
stream can be brought to the surface
and used for Irrigation and other pur
pose lIe is ao sure of this that 1M
ban made an offer to tbe State Mental
I hospital to supply that Inetltutlon with
0 iter to bo delivered through a pipe
i 11 ue from the point of development
1 nd he ekpect to have a great deal
Ire water than the hospital wUI need
rim water is pun and cold and If the
II ic Mr Hathonbruck expect can be
Hourid It wlU be of great value
Ilie Chief Liovcleas hall placed his
> Ignatlon In the hand cf Mayor
looker to take effect March t An cf
1 I will be made to have Mr Lovulea
onslder be matt is h Is u very
i Iklnl mfr
rrs News Ie LMllvsro by Carrier
It Ixican Every Night < 11Ia y Ia
I repteif at K Cents Per Month All
Plmnu and eMplalat regarding
SymenU should Itl nude to F A
Mitchell Agent for Daily aaturaur
I and ftnatWtukly News an B
Center BUt PboM VTd laOepeao
I tent
410H4siPn 8ch4tO14lt5nda iiviWed
diHe 1HmJlh lelnes SitsttI
Hpeclal Correspondence
l agajn Cache Co Feb SBy order
of the district court 44 names nave hiss
diana by tM county clerk to scne e
pvtlt Jurors Mr Ute March term of
court They are
Logan WUIuMB H Twll J W
hurrah Joseph Painter Ueorgn W
Irishman Oscar wenaon C C Wn
delboe A J asI Fred Smith James
W Quell S B Mitten George 0
ralth P M PejUaen Benjamin Will
InG CUranton lajte B Jirdlne 0
E Atktneae Klchmend U Hate
man a W Hendrlck A J Mendou
hall Charles Merrill Jrowldlur
H Friday ChrIstopher Jane WheIr
Hrlgham apavkmitn namiori U KonL
Wellivtlto Janie II Hoslain WHIard
J Vuppleton Alfred BmurttiHAlte
iivovllleU K Alien wUtOiHr
ruin Kan on Andreu L Kuinnin
Hyrum Albert Havagv Hyrum llok
snarls Hiram Hall MhllvIlletIeige
cimudkr Job V limit No tooI
leolgv I Jon Ml ioni Jo Hiti
H Cumuh Haradlsi WlllMKl 0 I
Wltlm HyUr 1urkLttn o < i < iir < i I
Walter Hawk BooaonJohn M
Lici I
Tlu UuhanU 111161 Xblllllh iJllllk I
or Htdiiti i pa baa tiled cult aguliiil
Jikiiili W Kami 1 al for furecliwu i
u mitgiig i sllfy clulm 1ft pUlnttff i
fur Uoii riu nurtgitgn was givi
In xuiiiy of payment of the shar
uaiuia as alleged by the complaint
A i in ular letter is being sent to the
lalita pilnipat of the ache ounly
hI H U 1M Luunty beard of i du
ittli tn the sleet that oil jmii m
the muniy Mfeoul will b < nuliri i
iiiru4 whivti at laaat an w eke If hu
I uK Is tiiMktn b > sn3 puplU lm nglil
a l dol
ftiUx 111IIf In iKh > o the nquent
Kill bo hatidled by the juvenll court
lwi t person met In 1110 tourt
bou n last night and further 4IISUISed
the T > q Molnes plan of tv mm
mint sri a report WH Iv i i OMI tb
Innilit ompowd nf JJt Urgu
Thoma Mayor Edward Ii l J A
jlendrt Icon The meetlnx var umnl
I mous In faor of thl plan f aovrn
rnent for Logan and the mime inn
mltter was appointed to n < rk In con
junction with a similar committee from
Provo to prevail on the legislature to
enact law thai rill et th < > s cnd
< lus may apply the plxn
Mm liar license hiv I en lout
tu the following coupler
Ul I fo per Ml Htilmg and
Maggie W Archibald llsvlle
neorfj A Hess and Uimbeth A
stokes ItymouUi
edmund O Norr Ix rm and lava
l Clark Garland
tlodfrey J FuhHiti n < ni tri
< mpbll Providence
B B Isgren Salt take and MlH
nit Peterson Logan
R Brlckaon Klchmond und Dora
Bwenon Hyde Park
Ijet Ferguaen Oreenvlllo and Dag
mar Peterson Lon
C W oulen Providence and LQ
cetu till Mendoa
Hobert Teucher Geneva and Rosetta
Mewcertl Montpeller
J 1 Waterson itato deputy game
warden came to Logan yesterday with
a do and fawn that he found shot
near Presto valley in lan oanym I
He bee been out for two day waiting
fo tb person who shot the deer t
come after the plunder but they failed
to show up Tlegular trip have been
made to the canyon b the officer recently
cently A the deer are coming over to
th various branches of the canyon
The portmens club Is taking active
part In assisting tb officer in cap
turing offender of the game law and
n mercy will be shown to those caught
In hooting out of season
The board of governor of the L
gin Commercial club this rtsn cx n
discussed a communication from Salt
Lake on the proposed public servloe
measure prop unanimous
convent tbe communication wa tabled
u the governor felt that more In
formation on the subject was In order
before could be taken
any steps culd b take
JisttCIlill Wnimin CIO IJfeV Labors
At OiNIJWS llrtcfp
Special Correspondence
Brigham City Boielder Co Feb M
Funeral services r held In the
Harper r meetinghouse last Tu
d over the remain of Mr Jane
Baty Title wife of Blshon Thomas
Yates of that ward The services er
In charge of Counselor Joseph 1
Olbbs The speakers were Patriarch
William I Watkins Bishops Thomas
I nuvrkliurn John I Mi Master
UrighHtn Wright Stake resldent Olson
N Ktohl and others
Mr Yates died Saturday afternoon
after a short Illness She was born In
Hhropsblre Hngland Dec 21 IMf
Joined the Church In 1W and came 10
Utah with hr father Her mother died
crossing the plain She was married
to Thomas Yate in tIN a was the
mother af I children 2 grandchildren
also survive hw She was always a
faithful worker in the a where she
Fterrt Olson the 2yeaold son of
Mr and Mr Joseph I Olson of the
Fourth ward died Hundav morning
Feb 21 having been sick about SI
hour The funeral waa hold In te
wardhouse Tuesday
Frank Jeppaon who Ua been in the
tale mental hospital In Provo since
lb death of hi mother 0 Jew mont a
ago died Monday Feb SS UftYin been
ailing for some time caused by leak
age of th heart 111 brother Iioronao
went to Pro and had the body em
balmed and brought to Brigham City
for Interment
PresIdent C N I < uiMl of lb North
Sanpete stake b been vMIIng frliuls
In HrlHbam City during the week
Mr Helen Stark left Friday for Oak
land Cal to visit her daughter and
other relative
The Squaw Man will be presented
at the opera house Saturday evening
by the Home Dramatic company
The high school entertainment lat
Monday oem evening us a pronounced g
1M8ATII 01 I12N WIIllIlU
Pniiesnl of Uwlf1 YKlahnlII
OITerwl to Itt SpoIler
pctal Correspondence
Uehl Utah C Feb u Funeral Mr
vic oHr tb remain of Michael
Vaughn a former resident of Lebl
who N at Boise Idaho Monday o
cancer of the stomach
ncr tomh were held from
the new tabernacle here this mornln
The kr ww Elders William
fdMtthulck Superintendent A C Pear
xim of the Nampa sugar factory O o
A Smith purcbaelng agent of the aug
ur company and Bishop James H
tiardner who spoke wons of lonfort
to lO lurge number of friends and P
lathes present and of a future meet
InnD o
D < cased wa born a Lehl tTtah
about 41 year ago and leave u wife
und four children B wa foreman
of the Nampa Idaho Sugar factory
Ilo lr t v at
the time of his death and was highly
respected by a who know him
Mr KdMon Whlpple aged r tiled
U morning of heart failure He
leave I wife and i een children H
a bust of friends t mourn hi death
Funeral service will
r wll probably be held
und front lb new labernncl a
Miss Jennie Smith und Arubro
Karthlnghuni pimnlneni Jh young
people were murrlei veKtiiduy They
will muk their IIMIIH here Tey
Hon Ir J Vlic hii old a
Piles Cured A Home By New
I Asorptiin Method
if > uu suffer flout bleeding Itching
blind or protruding J lend me yMr
addi M and I win tell you new te owe
yourself at home by the now iliieri
tlon treatment and will also saM
Sofia of tItle horn treatment free N
trial with referances from your own
locality if requested Immediate ii
llef and prrmajient ure assured
no money but tell other of UU ef
tar Write loda to Mrs 1 lUHunett
Box P Noir lat Ih
0 set tiny PAd night
Icl tut 19 Hell an
Hhrary ff W latok to the bent ipIliem
In th high school IhO iontest to t k >
Place May 11
Judge Kll Kendall hee Just mere viol
i word that hi granrt < C on f
i Senator labs Kendall m dish hss
beeR named Abraham I < n Ktulnn
I Ins Nevada setiiti tie senator
t having been born IVh I
Mr J K Jones ha n gre t frico
her his son is Is Id tip ntth a tken
ln and leg 1
Mr Klani Pouts has gin t < Hulv
Valley Nev to bring In In ear iid of
1o horses to be Hold here
The wife of Mr John Austin i nuHe
Sick with apimndlcltlK
Mr John Helquttt tajbuQdlng a reel
ilTir In the wenterii part of town
Kebruan I MIK f H Luls pria
I ei ted hT hushnnd Kith a mn
March S the f of r Pinmatu ilub
I nlll piescnt The Cabinet Mlnl irr In
the opera house for 11 benefit of the
Klmt and Second war Sunday hJI
e S
Yktlin ut Ceimirt Worka A piitle4it
l Hxew Voting tIdotv
Hpeclal Correspondence I
Morgan Morgan Co Feb 2 Irn
Fowler of Henefer who was re
dentally killed yesterday at tha lTnloi I
Portland Cement works st Devil
Slide by being crushed by a heavy
steel beam which fell upon him was i
yean old and had been married a llltle
over a year A young wire father and
other relatives mount tla demise
11 GentlIng of Devil Slide a
tempted aulcUle yesterday b taking a
does of strychnine Little hope ws I
entertained of her recovery at I
oclock I m I
Those who did not receive a gold ring
at the time of pure baaing their gocart
after our I supply was exhausted
will pluses call Our second shipment
ha stirred only a few genuine dia
mond set rtM In this lot BO call early I
and get your choice
Ring wilt b displayed In window I
I X 1 T IKK Store
Painful cmhlmitltuiiesn Clmn o
1II Kntortaln A C IVtirkwr
Special Correspondence
Rlstnore Sevtor Co Feb 14 Today
the lucian war veteran of the Mon
roe post r visitors at the public
school After lh school work wa over
the trustees banqueted the visitors a
the Ktelnor house Blgfateen mem
bers of Abe pot were preaent two of
the Mormon battalion Mr Barney of
the battalion being the oldest person
prevent having Just paaaed h nine
tieth birthday The program at the
schoolhouse wa very Interesting and
Impressive each veteran being per I
mitted a few minutes talk
H O Barney was run over a few
days ago and he suffer from 1 brokf
rib and other Injuries which confine
him to his bed
Golden Hanson the little son of Mr
and Mr C A Hanson yeatenievy fell
through t glass door of bin aunt
china clnnet cutting his throat julto
seriously The wound bled profusely
and u a result loft the boy In I weak
ened condition Iteport today are that
nP 10ncllon ltpr tay tt
the child Is better but still In great
pinra Emi Chrlstotferson was given
a surprise party yesterday at the R
list hall Mrs Chriatoffereen and fam
ily will leave next week for Idaho
where they will Join Mr OhrlU > ffer
Ron and make their future home
What ha heretofore been known am
the K S Mercantile Co has re
cently changed hands and become the
Morris Mercantile Co with I O F
Mo atk C wt 1
Mirri as president and manager
August Hotter Sr received an In
jury to his arm today by a fall while
doing chore
J C Nielsen wan yeetrday removed
to the Holy Cross hospItal where It
is expected he will undergo an operation
thin Ill Illness was mc vertou that
his son were called t his bedside but
later were able t have the sick man
removed to Halt Lake
The canal work Is being pushed along
I l
rapidly now The weather baa per
mitted a few day steady work
I H Peterson will leave the Opera
House beginning March 1 Orson Item
inansen term of lease expiring thru
Friday night the Commercial club will
give a dance at the Opera House Im
mediately after UU lint lecture by
the representative of the A C wiio
will b here Friday and Saturday
Peter E Christensen hs b1 sick
for several week
llynnn Marquardaon left last week
for Idaho where he exp to remain
some time
S1WI llICWAItl ll
Tb readers ot title IMI T will In
nleaaed to learn that there tx > t laud
one dreaded dleea that science tiis
been able to cure In all It stages snU
that is Ctsrrh Hall Catarrh Curo
Is the only positive mire now knows
to tb medical fraternity Catarrh belim
a constitutional disease requite n con
stitutional treatment Hull < 1111 rh
Cure Is taken Internally actlne Ulrtj
Iv upon the bUod and uiu nun > ui
fcem of the HjnUii therein Iro i
the foundation of tile disease and giv
ing the imtlent strength by building up
the constitution and asslsUnc niktuie In
doing lt > work The proprietor imv
so mush faith In its curatOr powers
that they offer On Hundred Uotliri
for any csse that I falls to cure Mem
lo list of leitlmoulsls
Address P J rilENKT a CO ToIei
O Sold by all Druggist 7 c
tlea Take Halls FamIly Pills rn ronstlps
The News U delivered In Murray sad vtrlnltr trim the br nh
Nnrl be
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every R r
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i Iw limit Mill llHtwwnv AccWenl
I Munav Feb 2 7 The city council
held lii regular ealon Tuesday night
order of business wa the
stid th Sail nrr bualnNII I tl
madlng of commnnlcattons one from
terse Springer Co Inquiring for In
formation concerning the citys propo
rltlon of securing the Progress com
water distributing system as tn
pny trlbtnt
tr pm
v > hether Ih city Intend to Isaue bond
fr such purpo The communication
I u ordered placed on file and also a
innimunlcallon wa received from the
rtih Culvert company with a circular
attached giving designs of th culvert
I they manufacture tb communication
wan also ordered placed on Me
I Michael Manse bIshop of Murray
First ward requested the council to
authorise lh r engineer to give them
the grade In front of their lot on Vine
their M they contemplate
street at expena A tl e
template constructing I 11001 oemStlt
tide walk In front of t Mid pr > ertf
The matter W laid ON the table for
one week and th attest committee was
instructed 10 take tb matter up with
other property owners on mid street for
the purpose own wi much d
walk constructed o th south Ide of
the afreet M pMbl
City JBnslneor Ulmer made I verbal
report JJner drain th city hal
ground as recommended th vnter
would have to b piped about SoO feet
and that the outlet would b In front of
I Mr John William property He eatl
mate th cost at abflt tttl The r
port wan accepted and tb matter
getting tb water out of tn basement
of the city hall building wa referred
to the custodian of the building
CIty Engineer Ulmer submitted a
plan or proHl of lh extension or open
ing of Second avenue wet On motion
the profile wa accepted and adopted
The recorder was requested to In
form Mr Whitley of the American
SmeltIng A Refining company that too
city will accept the proposition of open
Ing or extending Second avenue In ac
cordance with tbe plan profile and
apecMcatlon as submitted by tb dl
engineer and adopted by the city cour
oil provided the American Smelting Ie
Heflnlnr company will bear the ex
ltnlnr ony wi tr
iwnse of grading bridging and prepar
ing the new street for ties
The auditing committee reported having
lag audited the book and account of
the city recorder the city treasurer and
the city justice of the peace and found
Deulli of Mr lulu Jones and Mrs
Mnivtirct IlrlnUcrlion
Special Correapoadenoe
Thatcher Grabam Co MIs Feb 1V
Arizona is stirred up o tin subject o
prohibition An effort hi being ntade to
amend the present local option lair In
1MI President Andrew Klmball then
a member nf the ftsnemWy of the Art
Cons ICRlslature liad placed the
Matute the Texas local option law
but to get It there hail to provide for a
twothird majority to remove a vatoon
The law hs lIMn effectual many lo
calltle but not strong enough for the
larger centers
Believing that the sentiment is strong
enough lion W W Pace also front
Thatcher Introduced a bill to
amend the local option law providing
that a bare majority may close the
saloon Tho amendment hag pav > etl
both house The governor ban ex
Itreaeed himself favorable and there U
no doubt but It will become a law and
when It dons Arizona will become nrac
tioaJly a piohlbltlon territory
th nrw Crrct
Of oorrei Th rI I
< fled and adopted
FUOftt MILl FOR Mlnnn
Work watt rnrnmenrel ihln 1
th cnstrnci inn of a new floir Oil
lt hlth 0 being reeled by th 1Inl nlll
company The mill adjoin tie tall
road track of the O
Oregon Hhort n
and n ipiu will Iv run to tn n
The mill will he 7i h jun feet 1M
will have a capacity of 12 hr
a day The work Is now In < hrV
the AlllKfhalmer company nr IIIIt of
bake which concern la to ltuit lb
work completed b > the lAtter Itt
Jul of
In a runaway accident thin I k
Mr Overman wa thrown from
buggy and received Injuries al out the
face and body Twb honse attahIU
tn an empty wagon became friIhtn nj
at a swiftly moving aiMomohlie anet
commenced to caper and rear in thi
street They heoame unmsnag Hhi7
ran down South mate utreet at
rapid run the driver Mr cirw
unable to hold them When in fiont oi
the 8mlth meat mArket they ran tblo
and pet a buggy In which Mr nrf
man wa sitting
I The oollilon brought the home 10
a utandatlll and Ute driver ran to th
amlBXanoe of Wr Overman hn wu
pinned beneath her dnrnollshed bUll
Willing hand assIsted him and
the unfortunate woman WUC extrint
The Dixie Quintet will
uppo er j
Murray Opera house Monday vPIIIr
and It Is expected the ° will itaw OUI a
large crowd The program will conskit
of Instrumental and vocal mllol Th
company ha a reputation of Icing ih
greatest ontertalnwrs traveling throuJh
the country They have appeared in
Salt Lake this week and there ilernun
rated their ability In both song iuii
Captain Kll lecturer and namici
bumorlKt will lecture In Muntu
first ward auditorium Friday rvvnlne
March 5 The captain is one or th
greatest story teller In the muntrj
At cut rate to all paidup subscrib
er of the Saturday or BerolWeek
news only SU at our office
Postage 71 cent extra i
On Saturday < the 11th Mr Un
Jones wife of John Jones w vn i irtri
In the Thatcher cemetery and on th
16th Mr Margaret Brtnkerhoff 11
laid tn twit Sunday the 7th InM Mi
Jones who was a highly emein
young woman and active Church work
er tiled at her home hi Thatcher following
lowing a urglcal operation Hhe i > mir
ylved by her btnlMrul and one < hiiii
D8fANIl Is the daughter of John T
and Blla RJcbey Idttertton of 8t John
take Arliona She was horn In fit
Oeorgn Utah Feb 21 IMS 111Id t
northern Arlcona with her Mnento ai
an early date of the development >
that country
Margaret Louisa Brinkerhoff WM tI >
daughter of John and Margaret McCui
touch Ibeen born In Salt lake nt
June 1 UW moved with her pitvm t
the Muddy and tAt < when the iviti
maul wa abandontxl to Kane iounti
Itah whore she met and miim d Hr
runt Brlnkerhorr In U7I With otVr
they came to Arizona In ISSt and v n
the pioneers of Thatcher Mil ww
loved by all who knew her She b > <
beet very active In Church circles an
at tit time of her death WtII u ache
her of the stake board of V L M I A
She leaves a husband one Mn nn
adopted daughter and two rrin < Uii
dren to mourn her death
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