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4 OGDEN
OGDEi OFFICE
I J1ASJUENT RmElD HOT r
I 5TRINGAU A ST1aVENII
I Mitt Odan Branch
I IDd BeU W Dell Ny
I patrons are requntoc1 to ma
I I = metit compleJnu reprdlnc un
aAtstaotory delivery
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING
OGDE Jan Z4As an eldcncl
t11at the northeastern part oC the cty
Is JrDwin rtlilldl the board or fdu
caUon has had plans for it propogell
J2100m school building prepared iYhlch
wnI be constructed at an early date
n n plot of ground near the corner oC
Indian avenue and Twentrthlrd street
the new building wIll be one or the
l1nest In the city and will cost upwar >
of 25000 It Is understood that wOIk
on tho building will be started within
the next few weeks and continued dur
Ing the summer so that It wIll be
read by the begInning oC next ehlClI
IQ veer At the present time every school
I injilding in the city Is crowded to ca
d pacity and members 0C the board or
i
cdUJaUon are anxious to relieve this
congested condition
1
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COIPAXIES DISSOLVED
OGDEN Jan 24Tiio corporat
power oC the Dee Drug company ami
the Browning Automatic Arms corn
pany was dissolved by the agrcel1le1t
t
oC the stockholders of each comPan
1 several days ago and after It had ben
I shown to the district court Saturday
that neither oC the companies Is lea
InS nn Indebtedness an ord r to tiis
effect was issued
DEATH OF JAMES LOWE
OGDEN Jan 2tJamcs Lowe one
of the oldest settlers or Weber county
died at his home In Hooper on Satur
day night at 935 oclock at the age iC
t3 years Mr Lowe was born In Scot
and and emigrated to America u
years ago coming directly to Webr
county where he has since resided
He was engaged In fanning the greater
part oC his life He was the father
Df the late David Lowe former post
master at Boopcr who died there eight
months ago
Irr Lowe Is survived by his wIdow
Bnd four daughters Mrs John T
Thompson Welser Idaho Mrs John
Morrison Albany Idaho Ills S G
Watson Montana nod Miss Isabel
Lowe oC Hooper The funeral s
will be held at the Hooper ward meet
Inghouso Tuesday afternoon ut 1
Dclock
JIGIIT SENTENCE FOR COX RAn
OGDEN Jan 24Iee Conrad
barged with dIsturbing the peace was
arraigned In the municipal court Sat
urday morning He was represented
by Atty A G Horn who addressed the
court in hIs behalf stating that he had
written to Conrads mother In South
Dakota askIng for means to mate a
defense and that 0 reply was received
from a nurse stating that the mother
was on her death bed and they feared
to break the news oC her sons trouble
Atty Horn further stated that since
the arrestor Conrad the officers had
j Investigated the case and found that
the young man was only deserving of
a iirht sentence Recommendations I
1 ere made to the court for leniency 80 I
that Conrad might be allowed to hast
cn to the death bed at hIs mother The
court sentenced the man to one day
In the county jail
JUDGMENT AGAINST
UTAH SANITARIUM CO
OGDEN Jan 24The Ogden Hot
SprIngs SanItarium company was
given a judgment In the district court
Saturday artemoon by Judge HOIp1J
against the Utah Sanitarium company
the lessee oC the Hot Springs resort
and George H Tribe In the sum or
HiOO The judgment was rendered on
two counts or the complaint one being I
Cox back rent amounting to 2350 and I
tho other beIng for the sum or 2350
due on 0 promissory note mad In
favor of the plaintiff by the lessee
The court ordered the sheriff or Box
elder count to sell the property uf
the Utah Sanitarium company at pub
tic auction to the highest bidder with
the understanding that should the
plaintiff desIre to buy the property the
sheriff Is allowed to deduct the
amount oC Its claim from the purchase
price Claims made by the George H
Tribe company for certain property at
the resort were denied Charle Jt
I Barton recently appointed receiver for
the defendant company at the request
or the plaintiff Is now In charge of
the resort
r NEW CANYON BRIDGE
OGDEN Jon 24As the result oC a
recent conference between the count
commissioners oC Weber county and
Chief Engineer L L Dagron or the
Utah Light 8c Railway company the
lighting company has assumed all rp
aponsiblllty for the demolishing oC the
county bridge neal the mouth oC Og
den canyon and will at Its own IX
pense remove the old steel girders
rom the river bed and construct a new
bridge to thc satisfaction oC tIle com
I mIssioners The contract for renlnv
Ing the old brIdge was recently let to
the rleelwrlght Bro3 Construction
company which has been busily en
gaged In this work for the past two
weeks The new bridge will be In
j Italled under the direction of E II
Dunda of Salt JAke an expert bridge
builder who was In Olden Saturday
taking measurements and other data
l for the new structure 11 DUlldJ3
DESERET EVENING NElVS IONDAY JiNUARY 91 1010
The Mission
Of thoe
corpuscles in
your blood that
have been cAlled
Little Soldiers Is
to fight for you against
the diseaso
health germs thAt constantly endanger your
Thole
corpuscles arc made
healthy and strong by the use of
Hoods Sarsaparillll
This medicIne effects Its wonderful
cure not simply because It contains
sarSRparllln but because It combInes
the utmost remedial values oC more
than 20 dIfferent
Ingredients each
greatly
shengthened and enriched b3
thIs peculiar combination There Is
no real substitute for IL It urged to
buy any preparation said to be jut
ns good you may be sure It Is In
ferior costs less to make and yields
the dealer a larger pronto
eboeoiatod Get It tablet In form tho 511cC aua1 Sariatabs lIquid rm or In
stated that the new bridge which will
beoC
of steel and of tho latest construe
tion known 10 the trade will be com
pleted within 30 das WOIk will oe
gin lit once and rushed to Completion
FIGHT OVER CIIIfDREX
OGDEN Jan 241n
the divorce <
ease
oC Mary Rico against Joseph L Rho
whIch Is being heard In the dItrct
Court before Judge Hewell defend tnt
has filed anothel
crosscomplaint thIs
beIng the seventh document of this ita
tUI1 on the case up to date eharlil
that plaintiff Is Incompetent and unfit
to care for the minor chlidjen oC the
Couple The children were awarded zo
the plaintiff In a recent decree oC Ih
Court but Rice managed to get helll
In his keepIng and Is holding them
awaitIng the final action of the court
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I OGDEN Jan 24Adellno GIee has I
commenced suit for divorce against
her huhnd harle M t
Ing that since lcPJnh
e the day they were mar
rled Jan 13 1909 he has absolutiy
failed to provide her with the fleece
sarles oC life The case will be heard
In the district court Besides a decree
oC dIvorce Mrs Gree asks for uch
other relief as the court may deem
proper
AXTfCIGRETTE CAMPAIGN
OGDEN Jan Z4Judge Y C Gun
nell or the juvenile court has started a
campaIgn agaInst the smoking ot
cigarettes and he has the good will oC
every fairminded citizen oC Weber
County In this worthy cause The
judge declares that time Use oC tobacco
among the younger generation Iscl1
tirely too common and he Intends to
put a stop to It as far as It comes
within his jurisdiction
OGDEN BRIEFS
Ills John Seaman left Tuesday for
San Francisco She wIll make an ex
tended visit to CalifornIa and Arizona
before returning to her homo She Is
accompanied by Mrs E H Beuel oC
Centervlile
Count Clerk S G De has received
0 supply or application blanks for
census enumerators and all person de
siring to obtain this posItion may mae
formal application by caning at the
county courthouse on or before Jan 31
I LEft I I
THOMAS MARTIN WINS
I
ORATORICAL SILVER CUP
Special Correspondence
LEtU Utah Co Jan UThe an
nual oratorical contest of Y 101 M 1
A oC Alpine stake vas held last nlsM
In the new tabernacle here The con
testants and their themes wore Junius
Banks of Pleasant Grove on A Stp
Toward ApostacYi Thomas Martin or
American Fork on The HeroIsm or the
Mormons and Edward Anderson oC
Jehl on The NecessIty oC Public LI
braries and Gymnasiums and the so
cial needs oC the young people The
judge A B Anderson ot Lehl Miss
Laura Baby oC American Fork and
Mrs Louisa It Miller ot Pleasant
Grove awarded the sliver cup to
Thomas Martin hIs delivery especial
Iy beIng most excellent and eloquent
Quarterly conference oC the Alpine
stake was held hero Saturday and
Sunday Elders O F Whitney and Sey
mour B Young were present Sunday
Reports given showed the stake work
to be progressing satisfactorily There
was a large attendance and much 1001
Instruction was given
a
L HYRUM I
QUARANTINE LIFTED
AND SCHOOLS BEGIN
Special Correspondence
HYRUM Cache Co Jan 21The
district schools opened on the lith with
0 onethird attendance oC those be
longing
The scarlet fever scare Is not passed
although no new cases have developed
for two weeks DanceR rollerskating
and shows arc the order oC the day
thus making up for the loss oC amuse
ments during holidays
The night oC the 19th Beeson Broth
ers played Uncle Toms CabInS to a
crowded house but gave a very poor
performance
A reception was given hero for Nephi
Chrsten of Blackfoot Ida and
Laura Lorentzen late or Norway who
were monle In the Logan temple on
the 10th
Althouh H rum has gone dry there
are many drunks to be seen upon Its
streets no doubt the effect oC drInk
Ing soda water and other sort drinks
I Its a Special on Hats Today
and Tomorrow
Each day this week were going to 1
have a special sale on some one line I 1
of goods in addition to the regular 1
Cleanup bargains 1I
About the Hats
t Ve have a big lot of bats in an the
lit new stvlestoo many in fact for
oJ rrhe225 and 300 grades have
this time of the year The
been marked for slaughter aud you may choose today
for
15O
ii Boys Caps Too
iI The grades are regular 50c and 75c but value doesnt
figure now Take them today at25c
I
245 M in Street
f D OWEN Mgr
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PROVO
Cite News Is delivered by carrIer
every night Sunday excepted at ij
cents per month All payments and
Complnlnls regarding tlelllry should
be made to David Johnson agent
gr T 1 tSlt lh
for Daily Saturday amid SemLWeek
ly News lad Phone 373A Orders
taken for Church wants Residence H7
South First West Stret
Carrier east side oC Academy Ae
InC 3121
Carrier west Ildo ot Academy Ave
Inl 102A
THREE MONTHS IN PRISON
FOR NONSUPPORT OF CHILD
Special Correspondence
PROVO Inn Z4John Albean of
Pleasant Grove was sentenced to three
months In the state prison Saturday by
Judge Booth for Calling to provIde for
his 8yearold boy AIl > ean had previ
ously entered a plea oC guilty to the
charge and the sentence had been sus
pended defendant havIng given a bond
to care for time child In the future The
surIetle withdrew and defendant was
brought before the court alIn Con
siderable evidence was heard Defend
ant wanted the child placed with his
parents where it could be given a
good home as he stated and he
thought this would be much better
for time child as the molher Is an In
valid To thls the mother strongly ob
jected claIming she needed the ass Is
talllo or the child The court decided
that the child should not be separated
from Its mother and sent Albo1n to
the nenlteritlal
The following cases were set March
11 Tohn L McKinney vs George A
Carson
larch 16 John A Anderson vs A J
Stewart at ci
March 17 W S Evans vs James
Powell
SUITS FILED
Silas S Smith has commenced suit
against Curtis B Smith and Pearl
Smith his rife to collect iEiO wIth
Interest at 8 per cent from Dec 18 1902
alleged to be due on the purchase price
pC certain land In Mantissa Cob
aldemar Jensen has commenced
suit against the Utah Lake Water
Power company to collect 1000 dama
es for failure and refusal on the part oC
defendant to deliver to hIm sufficient
water from the Mount Nebo Land
Irrigation compans reservoir to Irri
gate 10 acres or land to whIch plain
tiff claims he Is entitled Plaintiff also
asks that defendant bo perpetually re
strained from interference with hIs
right to said water
rllllam Okelberr admInistrator of
the estate oC Peter Okelberry deceas
ed has commenced suit for 2000 dam
ages against the same defndant for de
priving the Okelberry estate oC water
to IrrJgate 30 acres of land Ho also
asks for a perpetual Injunction to re
strain defendant from Interterrlng with
the rIght oC the estate to the water
DISTRICT COURT CONVICTIONS
PROVO Jan 1The following re
port oC district court convictions for
Utah count for the year 1909 has been
prepared for the state statistician by
Count Clerk Karchner Adultery 4
assault 2 burglary 6 embezzlement
1 forgery 1 homicide 1 robbery 1
number fined males 6 sent to state
prison 9 males 10 sent to IndustrIal
school males 2 sent to county jail
3 males 2 number or divorces grant
ed 48 twice the number of year
previous
Marriage licenses granted for the
year 316 a decrease oC 33
ftCIINTOSIIBERGQUIST
PROVO Jan 24aIugO BergquIst
and Dean Mackintosh both oC Salt
Lake have taken out a marriage license
here
CANDY CO INCORPORATES
PROVO Jan 4The Peston Candy I
company has flied articles or incorpor
ation It wlll conduct a confectionery
grocery and general merchandise busi
ness In SprlngvIlle The cap
Ital stock is 3000 divided Into 5
hares The following arc the directors
and officers Cora E Pexton presI
dent Wm A Clark vice president
J M Pext9n secretary and treasurer
DENIlUI OP SI000 lORFEIT
PROVO Jan Z4Alex HedquIst
presIdent oC the Hedquist Drug Co
states that the report that the Provo
druggists hove cnterede into an agree
mont by which the druggist who sells
liquor withIn 60 das Is to forfeit 1000
to the other parties lo the agreement
Is erroneous The report was general
when The News correspondent sent it
In and was confirmed by a clerk In one
of the drug stores and therefore con I
sidered reliable
Mr HedquIst further states that the
only agreement In the matter between
the drtisglss 18 that they will comply
strictly with the ordinance
NEW TOWN BEING BUILT
PROVO Jan 24Report from the
west side or Utah Lake Is to the effect
that the Moslda Fruit Land company
Is moving ahead as rapIdly as the
weather permits with makIng Improve
ments In the way of grading etc for
the new town to be established there
The company has purchased state and
private lands whIch will be platted In
five and ten acre tracts and sold to
fruit growers Water for Irrigation
will be pumped from Utah lake and
negotiations with the TellurIde Power
compan for the necessary electric
power are now under way The land Is
located south or Pelican Point and a
line oC boats from Provo to tile new
town will afford the most direct trans
portation connections with the rail
roads
DEATH OE DON 1ELDRIDf
PROVO Jan 24Don Meldrum son
ot James L Meldrum ot PloaIU1t
View who was employed In Bingham
conyon had his leg crushed by beIng
run over by a railroad car ot Blnghnm
ham Saturday night The deceased
was about 22 years oC age and leaves
many relatives and friends He was
married about a month ago to Miss
Sarah Moore of this city The funeral
took place here today under the aus
pIces or the Odd Fellows or which or
der the deceased was a member
LIGHT SNOWFALL REPORTED
PROVO Jan 2iL r Lytol en
gineer In charge of the Strawberry
Valley reclamation project reports that
the snowfall In the mountains forming
the Utah lake wntershed Is not as
heavy as It was thIs time last year
It la hoped by land owners along Utah
lake that thelo will not be an exccp
tonally heavy tall or snow as the
lake wilt front nil appearances be high
enough without that to do great damn
age by overflowln adjacent lands
PROVO NEWS NOTES
Miss Zello Farrer daughter oC John
W JoaIICr or time FIrst ward expects to
leave early In February for Chicago as
a missionary
George E Barton oC Barton Blalee
has returned from 0 busll1es trip to
the cast
Eider A B Christensen of Salt Take
delIvered an Interesting discourse on
genealogy In tIme tabernacle yesterday
SPANISH RIVER WRECK
lhlrtOnc Dead Two MissIng Forty
Six Injured Is the Record
I
TOlonto Ont Jan 24lhlrtyono
dead two missing and 46 Injured Is the
total toU oC the Spanish river oomcck
Both coaches have been raised and the
dead removed There may be R few
bodies In the rIver but this the oC
Sells are ellned to admit
LOGAN 1
Tho News Is Delivered by Carrie I
In Logan Every Night Sunday ex I
cepted at 75 Cents Per Month All
paymcnts and complaints regarding I
delivery flhould bl mlldo to J M I
Blair Agent for Daily Saturday I
mind SemiWeekly New 156 W I
FIrst North Street Phono J9R I
Bell
WILL ENFORCE LIQUOR LAW
CACHE STAKE CONFERENCE
Seclnl COlrcondence
LOGAN Jan 22That the officers hero
intend to rigidly enforce the new po
hlbltlon laws Is evident from thu lIevel
opment ot last evening The city of 113
rum went dry on the first or the year
and since that time sonic of the saloon
mccii have becn tllpensln the lIocalled
sort drInks It was noticed however
that the effect of imbibing theM drinks
were practically the same 118 thOM In
duced by harder drinks and the officers
have been kept busy trying to catch
the offenders County Attorney A A
Law Is nlso attorney for IIrum and
last evening In desperation ime ordered a
lot oC men who came out of the place
searched One small nn51 oC wlmialcy
was secured and with bits as a basis
oC action 11 search warrant was ohtnlned
and the premises searched A Inlgu
quantity ot all sorts of booze was found
bidden under a rack front which lime
soft drinks were sened The case will
be prosecuted under the Hrum city 01
tllnnnce
SherIff CIookslon followed this up by
arresting 11 man who Is operating II so
loon Just outside of this city for selling
liquors to minors It is alleged that Jie
sold both beer anti whlsly 10 llrum
amid Hyde Park boys Judge Brnnghnm
hennl the evidence the one case this
afternoon two boys swearing that ono
of them had ohtnlned three bottles oC
beer II row days ago The other case I
to como up on Tuesday next mind the
JudJe reserved his decisIon until that
time 1he boy who bought the beer
knowing full well that he had no right
to enter the place was lined z From
tills It 11 cvlllent that If time saloon
man is utljllcged SIIIIl he will get a
pretty warm dose
CACHE STAKE CONFERENCE
LOGAN Jail 22The regular quarter
ly conference oC the Cache stake began
thIs morning The attendance was CUT
good for the opening day The entire
session was devoted to the consideration
oC a very interesting report oC the stale
Submitted by President Isaac Smith
which was on the whole Quite satisfac
tory The report showed that there are
16i4 families nil told In the stake Dill
lnng the past 3ear there were 313 bIrths
and SO deaths 211 baptisms and two
excommunications ono more of the hat
tel thnn the yeai before In the stake
there are 127 males anti IJj females or
munJngeoblo uge that are not wedded
anti President Smith took Ihe occasion
to ure upon these young people the ad
vlsability oC entering the marrIed slate I
At the afternoon meetlnR there were
several reports made by presidents of
Qllolums anti then President C H Hart
addressed the conference He told oC
II visit recently made to the Kelsey
branch of the Church located ntho
Texas Panhandle The saints there Imo
just completed a meetinghouse at a COSt
oC about 6100 and the are very active
In attendln to their tlllties The Indus
try of the pecimbo of the cOlony bins ox
CIted the admiration ot their nolghbors
and a ver kindly feeling Is entertain
ed for them People were surprised laSt
year when time saints produced good
crops and their neighbors had vary poor
ones Tho saints there are comparative
ly poor but they are truly southern In
their hospItality and by theIr uprIght
ftsh deJ r f
fts
habits and honest methods are winning
the favor or those who formerly dIs
dained them
Elder D O McKay followed with n
forceful and eloquent sormOn on time
necessity of constant attention to duty
and the reward that comes as R result
or such attention The man who Is true
to himself and to his calling Is the
happiest man in the world lIe may be
wBOo Ycv
called upon to enulure somrOw but never
misery for while sorrow comes from
without misery can only come from
within
LOGAN Jan 24rhcre was a very
large attendance at both sessIons of
the stake conference Sunday At the
morning session Elder W V Riter oC
Salt Lake City was the speaker fol
lowing n number oC reports At the
afternoon session thc speakers were
Presiding Bishop Charles W Nlbley
and Elder DavId O McKay or the
council apostles Both spetkermm en
dorsed the prohibItion law now In force
In Logan and urged the people to stand
by the same
When the stake authoritIes were pro
sented a number of changes were voted
upon The following high councilors
were honorably released after long and
faIthful service Edward Hansen W
W Maughan A G Barber and Willard
D Cranney The following alternate
high councilmen were named to fill the
positions made vacant Louis S Car
don S B Mitton W W Round
George Z Lamb The following were
named as alternate high councilors
Anthon Andersen bishop of tile Second
ward Fred Scholes Joseph Qulnnc
Jr and Charles H Skidmore The
selection of Bishop Anderson was a
great surprise as he Is very popular
In the ward over which he presides
NEW SIXTH WARD BISIIOIItIC
LOGAN Jan 24At a meeting held
at the close of the conference Sunday
afternoon a new bishopric was selected
for the Sixth ward as follows Oscar
F Rice bishop OloC I PQterMn and
Noah Larson counselors Bishop RIce
recent returned from a mission In the
eastern states where he presided over
the VirginIa conference The retiring
bishop A L Skanchy resIgned about
a year ago
GEORGE H HAYBALL I
CANNOT RECOVER
LOGAN Jan 24Word was received I
here Sunday that Georgo H Hayball
who resigned the post oC city auditor
and started last week for California
for the benefit oC
his health became IO
much worse that he had to bo taken ocr
the train at Sacramento and that hc
cannot recover His father Hyrum
Haball left Sunday night for Sacra
mento to be at his sons bedside
DR BRATTY 10 LECTURE
LOGAN Ian 24Dr T B iieatty
secretary state board of health will
lecture on Sanitation In tile Home arid
School Tuesday evening Jan 25 at
time Housekeepers conference which Is
beIng held In the domestic science and
arts department or the Utah Agricul
tural college Logan
I
I MOUNT PLEASANT I
PIONEER FARMERS SHUT
OUT OF GRAZING PRIVILEGES
Special Correspondence
MT PLEASANT Tan 4The
farmers or JIt Pleasant met In the
city hall Wedmmesday evening and
formed un organization to obtain
more equitable grazing privileges
on the ManU oreat reserve The fol
lowing officers were elected Presi
dent L C Raaemusen VlcePreMI
dent Joseph Seeiy Secretary und
Treasurer George SorenMon Advisory
Board c T Draege Joseph Monon
A B aldermar A J Sndergnnrd
Janice D Olson James Jorgensen
Joseph Johnson Louis Oldham and
Sylvester Barton
It Is believed that by concerted
action oC the farmers Interested
bona tide settlers can obtain more
equitable grazing privileges on time
Ilnntl reserve than now obtain To
this end the cooperation oC all In
terested tim solicited
The following rcliolutlolJwa adopt
ed Wherens It Is Impossible for per
=
v
Sons not now hollInl permits for
grazing Sheep upon the luntl forest
reserve to obtain such permits ex
cept by time almost Impossible method
ot bUYI1or out limo entire holding ot
Nome pnrt3 having n permit to graze
sheen upon said reserve and
Whereas certain l1erSOng who In
the past years have been ranted per
mit for a limited number of sheep fed
at home during the winter are now
being notified by the forest fluperl
801 that they must look elsewhere In
the future for grazing lands thur
1l1dane thus being to create u
monopoly for n few large hohlors and
Whereas the perEonfl who are now
unable to obtain flfl3 grazing rights
Whatever for sheep are tire over
whelmIng majority of the tax payers
and relrresont the large p1oportlon
oC the taxable property and
Vhorea the great majority oC
those who are thus nonprivileged are
bonn tItle resIdents nC long standing
many of them pl01leers In the tate
who made It possible to Inhabit these
valleys and enjoy the prosperity which
now abounds rind
Vherells we believe In the Cumln
mental principle that all should 110
equal before the law and In the eyes
or the government and
Whereas we believe that this Is n
proper time 10 act In this matter and
that postponement will bc suIcIdal to
our lmmteresuuu
1hereore be It resohcd
That we proceed to organize and
solicit the cooperation ot all the pco
plewho are titus deprived oC their
rights and to prepare for united con
certed action Cor the purpose oC bring
lug about proper rcforril that wilt
place the3p prhlIegos equItably wIthIn
reach or nil
JT prESXT BRIEFS
10111 Eliza Cusworth Burton Stalccr
commonly called grandma Sinker
eelebcatecl her 86th birthday Yednes
lao Dec 19th
Grandma Sinker III one
of the early pioneer of Utah coming
to Utah In Martin and Tylers hand
cart eompan In 1856 Her seven yeni
old boy wnllted the entire dIstance
except crossing the rivers OC her cIa
children the following were present
Toe Burton Martha Reynolds J B
Staler Eiizrt J Day and Josephine
Farnsworth
I R AndelSon who has been under
QUalentlne since the holiday vacation
Is again attending 10 hiM duties In the
school room
The ReligIon class InlIt Pleasant
commenced Wednesday Jan 11
Daniel Rnsl11ussen Miss Goldie
Faux and Miss TleRIle Larsen nre in
structors In the senior department
and Miss Etta Ralph MIsc Annie
Lund anti MIss
Annie Inuden are
Instructors In the junior class
TIme North ward mutual held a
I model lancing part In the opera
house Thursday evening The part
commenced at 7 ocloel nail closed at
10 oclock No IndIes came unat
tended
I
I RECENT DEATHS I
DAWSON EUNICE E At her
resIdence In Winder OneIda count
Idaho on Jan 15 EunIce E Y Dew
ion beloved wife oC James D Daw
son died of heart failure aged 3i
years She vas the daughter or Wm
L and Julia tV Young and WIIS born
at KasvllIe Davis county Utah Nov
23 18i She moved to Preston Idaho
In lOSS with her parents where she
resided till a few years ago when
she moved to the Winder ward
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TERRIBLE FROST WINS
Miss Mabel Gnrtlner Cnlltmcs Press
Club Show Xnme Contest Prize
All about the Terrible Frost the
Press club show
A newsboy might have shouted It
but itmi the truth The great Press club
show where It Is mmecesiuary to hIre
to policemen to hoOp tile tears In the
quartet iron licking the grease ore the
north pole has at lust been given a
proper name Miss Iabcl Gardner Iii
the originator ot the appellation anti
wInner of the prize contest
On Saturday Jan 22 time nmenmbems
oC the cast were just entering the
eigiityeighthm parallel oC their cold
journey TIme are beginning to get
accustomed to the long nights Camera
companies watch concerns and a score
or more of others arc already clamor
log for enuloreements as to how theIr
goods stood up during one rehearsal
On Sunuiay Jan 23 the actors est
ct1 lhey were then 88 degrees 2
ticks and a traction off alto and get
ting closer tue pore which Is stake1
In a corner
Anyway lIarI L A Culmer bl
I1eves that the stunts this year will
be better than any prevIous show and
tIme rehearsals which arc being hllJ
every night arc brInging out marty
details The TerrIble Frost has
more than a degree or promise
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HUNDRED PERSONS KILLED
IN RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS
St Petersburg Jan ztlore than Jtu
persons have beemm killed and many
wounded 3S the result of religious con
filets
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