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OOD N April 23A grand May day
In the tabernacle
11IIVAI will be given
fridAY evening May 6 at 8 oclock
ec afternoon at 210 oclock
I sad Saturday
77 rhlldren of the Weber stake
i be
K i sohools A similar event WHS
ndY edoto
tTrTirt May which proved to be one
fId most succcesful affairs ever
I the leery
jLllrtaken In the city and there
IS r reason to expect as equally in
etO lleg celebration
QODNN April 2JTM Weber acad
Alumni Dramatic club will present
atAclubScrsp otal4a
Ma comedy A S rap of IV
flllClolls the Fifth ward amusement
I CIi nn at Thursday evening April It
yll proceed of the performance will
kuIel by the association In aiding
the be fduostlonal work of the academy
OGD N April 31 P Terry ha
tarted suit In the district court against
Bonmwell company of Den
11 to recover the um of 2600 for
1Itd tr damages received on the fall
contract The complaint al
of a
7M r that rtonnewcll sold certain I
IJ which I
icinl trees and shrubbery
from Shenandoah
ore to be shipped
V The complainant further alleges
thai the goods he received were of very
iTttrlor alue and that they wore slmp
k Dirked up at odd places by the tie
fndtnr and not shipped from the east
rndanl ofi1gthe
Tory Kgned two notes of 1110O Meh
d akea that ho be awarded the sum
with the
r ItSW as damages together
tall of the action
OGDEN April 23 Funeral services
tar the remains of Alexander Brown
ill l be held Sunday afternoon at 330
Vcloelc nt the Lynne ward meeting
tours The mmalns may be viewed at
tM raldence this evening and Sunday
till 230 pm
OGDEN April l3Tho funeral of
William Blake will be held Sunda
intmoon at 130 oclock at the Pres
b1ri n church the Rev Carver of
tcUtlng The remains will lie In state
it the residence 2CS west Seventeenth
greet on Saturday afternoon and eve
lnf and Sunday morning till
dock Interment will take place In
Un pity cemetery
oGDEN April 23ll11e funeral of
Jn JnMph Johnson was held Thurs
tif afternoon at the rreidenco 242
H rrliin aenue lllshup fail were
Guilt rlldlnl The speakern were
gop Tnrnqulut Elders C J Llnd
r ht and Axel Nylander the latter by
Spring Humors
xi 11 1 1 1 1 > I Miserable
Cause many troublespimples boils and I was
other eruptions biliousness indigestion Nerves Completely UnatrunK8e
loss of appetite and that tired feeling Troublo Toro Suffering Could Not from Sleep Stomach Well
They are accumulations of morbid or and Rest Did Not Do Any Cood
clue the Hoods Sarsapnrllla Effected n
effete matters in the system to
Complete Cure
unhealthful modes of living during the I was miserable nervous and dys
peptic when I began to take Hoods
winter too close confinement too little Parsaparilla
II I suffered great tHetrew from Indigestion
outdoor exercise too heavy diet
gestion could Bleep only a Bute at a
They should be got rid of at once time and my rest did not Mwn to do
me an good
T I Ie medicine to take is Hoods Sarsaparilla II any In fact I often foil worse In the
when I wont to bed
parillathe ideal Spring Medicine t morning Friends who had taken Hoods Sar
faparllla with benefit urged live to try
agreeable in action and positive in effect
b l It and so I did
It cleanses and builds up the whole It was very apparent to me In a
short time that I had at lost found a
system makes everybody feel better look medicine that would do m good and
which I could faithfully rely
better eat and sleep better It termed to work like a charm on
This statement IS based on the perfect and my hlood tiny efoinaah gave me and a other good appetite dlgcetivn
satisfaction this great medicine has given organ out almost felt anything so much without stronger distress I couM
friends to take HoodH
I tell my s
thousands of men women and children Snr npnrilla for all blood troubles and
for dyspepsia and nervousne It
spring more than testimonials certainly is n grand tome for the
every 40000 nertes and digestive organ It worU
nials in quietly but steadil and certainly
111 two years 1I11t1l1tURA A DEAKHOKX Tilton X II
Hoods SarsapariUa
Combines the utmost remedial values of more than twenty ingredients Get it today
in the usual liquid form or in the chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs
special request speaking In the Swed
ish language Several bemitlful mus
ical selections were rendered by Urn
Mary Parley and Mrs Emily Mnddock
The attendance wan large and the
floral offering were beautiful In
terment was mlle In the city cemetery
ODE April 23The funeral of
George F Osborn was held Friday
afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of
his slater Mrs Barn lope on Modlxon
avenue Elder William Hancock pre
siding The speakers were Klders la
roy Farley Hutton Owen Sanderson
and William Hancock and Patriarch
George W Larkin Several beautiful
solos were rendered by Miss Brown
The attendance was largo and the
floral offering were many and beauti
ful Interment In the city cemetery
rxtUKN April 23 Articles of Incor
poration of the W O Kay Investment
company have been filed with the
A2e tJ ti
With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many physl
ul 1s which vanish before proper efforts centle efforts pleasant
iSsrti nehtly directed There Is comfort the knowledge that so many
forms of illness aro not due to any actual disease but simply to a consti
pated condition of the system which the pleasant family laxative Syrup
ef FIJI and Elixir of Senna promptly removes That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families and Is everywhere esteemed so highly
by ill who valu good health Its beneficial effects are duo to the
fact that it Is the only remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness
withcut debilitating1 the organs on which it acts It is therefore allim
pcrtant in order to get its beneficial effects to purchase and note that
yn have the genuine article which is manufactured by the California
Iii Syrup Co only
It is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly
oaths kidneys liver and bowels cleanses tho system effectually dispels
colds headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipa
tion permanently also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom
The great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients Is not that they
> > il to act when a single dose is taken but that they act too violently and
mrtrably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented
tats Children enjoy the pleasant taste and gentle action of Syrup of
Fig and Elixir of Senna the ladies find it delightful and beneficial
whenever a laxative remedy Is needed and business men pronounce It
muluible as it may be taken without interfering with business and does
not grips nor nauseate When buying note tho name California Fig
Syrup Co printed on the front of every package Price 60 cents abottle
Buying Selling Exchan in
n our own account all kinds of high grade farm
Interstate Land
Securities Coo
522 Nowhousc Bldg Salt Lake City Utah
Branch Offices Ogdon Utah 815 1st Natl
Bank building Pocafolio Idaho 3 Severs
I Decoration Day
Will soon be here
J10 your orders for MONHMKNTAI AND INBCItlP
rlll N WUUK now Our prices are alwa > reasonable and
we guarantee satUfactlon fall or write for cellmates
nest lino In Sintn There Is qulto a difference bin
t aranreu and
in Ihe Wirance of a Mantel Itself and the way It looks
m a catalog Sea what you are buying
Elias Morris Sons Co
Opposite South dote Temple Block
county clerk The new company whkh
Is capitalized for 100000 will carry on
a general real estate nnd Investment
buslnera The officers of the company
are W O Kay president U W Kay
vice president and W H Herrett seo
returS and treasurer Theee together
with O M Kay and Jaunlta Kay form
the board of directors W 0 Kay
holds 96 per oent of the lock
OGDEN April urrs AlmIra S
Poole wife of Hyrum E Poole died
at the Ogden general hospital Thurs
day evening as the result of an opera
tion Deceased was born at I < ehl on
Nov 13 ISM For several years she
was a resident of Plain City from
which place she moved with her family
28 year ago to Menan Fremont coun
ty Ida She was the daughter of Mr
and Mr < W W Ibtymond Her body
was removed to the home of her sister
Mrs Alrneda Shurtllff at 300 Eighteenth
street The time and place of funeral
wilt be announced later
OGDEN April neu Detective
James Vender and wife have returned
from a pleasure trip to California nnd
Arizona Mr Fender visited several
penltentlarlott while away and saw a
number of criminals wlio had operated
In Ogden during the past 20 years
OODEN April 2Jn the police court
Friday William F Mannlx John
fralr Robert Davis M P Miller and
K Akmorato a Jap pleaded guilty
to drunkenness and were each sen
tenced to pay a fine of IS or serve five
days In jAil
James Burns and James Ryan were
found guilty of mendicancy and sen
tenced to serve 10 days each In the city
Itastlle or pay a fine of 110
George Lewis a boy of 20 years and
Kelly And Frank Hannan were found
guilty of vagrancy and given a can
tree of 10 days or an equal number of
Carl Ixaacluon forfeited U for vio
lating the bicycle ordinance
Daisy Nunn nor Wilson and
Mamie Huntead women of the under
world each forfeited > 10 ball on the
charge of vagrancy Nina fond
another denizen of the underworld for
feited JIOO ball on the same charge
Oren Newey and Albert Thomas the
latter a colored boy were arraigned on
the charge of petit larceny Evidence
showed that they had forced an en
trance to the RhupeWllllams Candy
company and stolen several boxes of
candy of the valuo of III The court
Imposed In each ease a fine of JIO with
the alternative of serving an equal
number of day In jail
Frank nnUon pleaded not guilty to
disturbing the peace and with the con
sent of the city attorney the care was
The Kens l p delivered by carrier
every nijiit Sunday excepted at 71
rents per inntli All payments ant
complaint rreirdii g dtlvry should
b < merle to Oa lit Johnson scent
for Dally Saturday and 8eml Week
ly Now Iud Phone XSlA Orders
taken for Cnurrh works Hroldcnce 411
South First Rest fllretr
Carrier east side of Academy Ave
Ind JllI
Carrier west side of ACAdemy Ave
Ind 1UA
Special Correspondence
PUOVO April 23 The semiannual
conference of the tenet societies of
the Utah stake of Zion was held
yesterday In the Fifth ward meeting
house Meetings were held forenoon
and afternoon large congregation
being In attendance
The following members of the gen
eral board wero present Mm Ida
moot Uusenberry Mrs Itachel
Grant and Mrs Julia P M Farna
worth also the stake presidency Mr
Martha A F Keeler Mm Hmlly A
Holbrnok and Mrs Ine Knight Allen I
and other stake officer and officers
of the ward organizations Preoldont
Joseph 11 Keeler Elder IlenMmln
Johnson Jr and J H Frlsby and
other members of the general stake
authorities were also present
Mrs Inez Knight Allen of the stake
presidency reported the Relief so
ciety organization In the luke In a
prosperous condItion Stake Secretary
Mr May Ashworth Booth gave a
financial report which showed U60
collected and expended In local work
and sent to the general office of the
organisation In addition to thin 250
was collected for the Mneser Memor
ial fund no was contributed to the
I Uroves U U B hospital and Ul1 to
the Ulrtnh reservation rellot fund to
assist dlstltute settlers
nOVO April l3Th cose of
Spanish Fork city against Wm M
Thomas was heard yesterday before a
Jury In the Fourth dlstrUt court and
resulted In a mlMrtnl The jury stood
four for conviction and two for ac
quittal The case wee reset for May
IT The defotidant Ilf charged with
using ahuolve language to an officer
The following additional jurors
were drawn yesterday for the Atrrll
term Hyrum flatten Samuel Perry
Robert IKmrdman Henry Bllleon and
Wllltam Fram
A rather amusing Incident occurred
In connection with Juror Henry Kill
Hon who Is a member of Taylor Bro
Cos baseball team He wa ready to
go to Pajson with his team to play
when summoned as a juror and when
he came In he went to Judge Booth
on the bench and was soon engaged
In earnest conversation with the judge
He wa apparently very earnest and
Judge Booth looked amused MS the
talk progressed At the close Judge
Booth lAId to the attorneys In the
Spanish Fork vs Thomas case In
which n jury was being Impaneled
Mr Ellison Is nil ready to go to Pay
son to play baseball and wants to be
excused from serving aa a Juror be
cause If he does not go the game will
be all broken up Of course this la not
a legal excuse but the court Is In
clined to favor the naUonal game and
It you feel the same way we will ex
cuse Mr KIllBon Attorney Morgan
moved that Mr Ellison be excused and
the motion was not opposed by At
torney Hanwn and Mr Ellison de
parted well satisfied with the result
of hilt first plea In court
The case of Henry I < ewl vs tehl
Irrigation Co has been continued till
May 6
PnOVO April 23E U Dodder of
Omaha who already owned U aero
of Provo bench fruit land was here
yettterday and added 14 acres to his
holdings For this he paid J3S 0 Mr
Uodden considers Utah fruit lands
a very safe and profitable Investment
PUOVO April nThe Jex Medal
oratorical contest held In the B Y
f yesterday was won by Percy
ranen The Judges were Professor
Nelson KIrkham Peterson Jensen
and Hlnckley There were three con
testants vli Percy Cranen Thomas I
Martin and O U Meldrum The
decision was four for Cranen and one
for Meldrum Mr Jex the donor of
the medal which Is given annually
gae a short address on the establish I
ment of the annual contest and brief
remarks were made by Col Itlchard
W Toung
lo6lla the 9months old daughter of
Mr and Mrs Calvin Jones of the
FlfUi ward lately moved here from
Colorado died yesterday from con
ulslona The funeral will take place
from the home Sunday
Elder Wllllani J Snow will
be the speaker at the Sun
day evening meeting In College
hall Subject The Working Hypo
thesis of Mormonism
Miss Alum L Illnxel director of the
II Y I training school will leave
shortly to take charge of the kinder
garten department of the state nor
mal school ill Wliiona Mimi Mien
Ulnsel had made many friend during
her connection with II Y U and
there ta general regret at her depar
John OKeyx president of the Inde
imitdent Bleotrlcul company of New
York In here looking over the coun
ty with the view If iwstble engaging
In bunlneas enterprises here He ac
companied Mr loulM H Meyer on
the latter return from his recent visit
to the east
r Special Corr < v poitdence >
PAIUv CITY April MFroin an
overheated cook stove tho dwelling ot
A r Schotland and family In the
north end of town was set on fire at
half past nine this morning The
building which Is owned by Davtil
Watson of Ogtn wan damaged to the
extent of 4M before the names were
extinguished The Sehotland family
saved their furniture from the fire
but It was damaged In removal to the
amount of IM No one was Injured
Read the story of the apostate
Mother Church and her children In
The Great Apostasy by Dr J E
Talmage Deseret News Book Store
GO cents cloth
Open day and llsht
Tel Ind 10 Bell SIT
fftprcial urreafpHidence
HRIOIIAM rrTY Itoxelder Co April
22The iirjnty cnrmnlwlnners mot In
regular session last Mnnday The bid
of Curtnj < l > nbe k of Salt tk
City of 1677 SO for plumbing and W 8S
for heating plant for the new court
house were accepted
Charles Munn was appointed deputy
read commissioner for Garland and Ed
llfgler for name nrfloe for Colllnston
Christina Stratford and Anna Jen
sen were appointed assistants In the
treasurer office
nnuuAM CITY munis
District lame Warden A II Mnyes
came to tlrlftlMm City last Friday with I
IMtM Kaurtcrn Brook trout and Ger
man trout from the state Jmtch rv I
They were all planted Id the Itoxekler
creek and the spring In Mantua
The flirt frame of baseball of the sea
son will be played next ihuunla be
tween the Ilrlgham Ktbertcui and the
Collliwton team
Thursday Justice of the Par J
Prank Merrell found Mr It 1C Wilson
guilty of telling liquor on Sunday and
fined him > N and coat
The Alaskan will be praented n j
the opera house next Saturday ei
Rider Henry L Sired who lately re I
turned from the Pouth African min
sloe where he presided for about tw
year will speak In the taberna V I
Sunday at I pm
John W Peter has sold out hi
jewelry business on Main street to Mr
M J Holt who recently wan a membe >
of the Needham Jewelry compam 1
iaperfal correspondence >
MT PLUAMANT April xl attar M
day morning lively time have ticn
evidence the Waaatch < vca4 my In r
city when Hv John Sly kf the li s
bjrterMn inlnlMci mm i > i i heir
nmta presumably I idur > s icni abr j
y etudvnti arose MI bu id letr t
room Ax a ci i enmii pr s
curd fur the lK > i tq fnibw i
morning the piiimi11 f t tie urn le r l
held a length ilk wnti them aud e
ended them fr one vrrvK with a h
vIsion that before turning thy IIIS
make due IfolIt rr actions to r lx
faculty and the offending minister An a
cotuojuviiir iif > tul Mu lnl nli 1
lav nnlshod too nr > Inn high whl n
the close of this yuera work are m e
concerned about matters The trout
co im ncMl really some time KC1 wuc
the minister In MMiaklng to tIe unltit
spoke dkrIUull > of the Mormorj
which did not set well with the Mrm >
> OUBC p opl In attendance Ooin ju > nt
I y when the minister came fKihi mr
ach oT nsle talk was expwi d mil
students trvtr as a body leaving bu a
few who were curious eDo lIh lo rtes
what he had to say and left the om
It In reported some will make nine
while other will endeavor to natal wo r
In other ehJI
MT PEASANT April aJTh tune
of Elder Ferdinand Clark one of lh
Pleasant n esteemed rltlien was held n
the Mouth ward meetinghouse Wednff
da > wiiii a large attendance The follow I
ing elders poke In glowing terms of th <
worthy life and labor of the deceased
raJfnt at Ir =
IreiJdent C V Lund Mad Anderson
John F Allred of Spring City Peter Mat
son of the take presidency
Deceased was born In Aarhus Denmark
Jan at JIfif and died In Ml pleasant
April 17 ItO after four month Illnrin
with heart disease Mod other trouble
He came to ah In September 1ST4 lo
cated for a short time In llrtgham rit >
coming finally to Mt PloaMint when h >
hu since resided He served two term
as city justice of the pac three term
a5 a dll councilman he filled a mission
to the Northern States In 1M and 1IM
lie wa an active worker In Sunday school
and other local duties
On Oct 1 1m he married Miss Hannah
Chrlt n > n and was the father of 12
children three of whom have passed 10
the great beyond He Is survived
by hU wife and the following son and
daughters Mna C Mad m Otto Daniel
Myrtle Alonio Arthur Christy nulh
and held
Mr and Mrs Robert Graham wish
to extend their sincere thank ti 1111
thojie wlnf klrtdly assisted them m
their recent bereavement the death
of their beloved son Ilobert
I Special Correcpondence >
OAKLAND Hoxelder To Utah
April 19The Hear River stake con
ference nan held her Saturday and
Sunday April 1C and 17 President
AVelllng In charge There wax a large
attendance of both officers and num I
ber Elders George F Richard and
Joseph F Smith Jr repreitenled the
general authorities of the Church and
discoursed upon home building sail
Improvements voclal purity the te
demptlon of the dead and the toneflti
of the Genealogical society to those en
gaged In this work
GlUoil iiiiiuis
The fruit grower are euccewfullr
using rlrepot to save their fruit from
The ladles1 Self Culture club hM of
fered plan for the b lat kept home
ground It la also turaimUiK fur M
ummer kindergarten school
The stake Religion claceee are Ko4n
to hold a fair In the fall It In open
for all talent to compote for piaei
Snll county Utah April 18 ISlo
lion Mons Mmixori panted aWIl > after
a lingering III i < ws from stomach and
other trouble of about two years
duration Decrawed was born In Swe
den 80 years ago came to ftah with
his parents In the late fifties They
first settled In Spanish Fork moving
to Moroni in 1886 where he ha since
rentded becoming prominently In
terested In the development of the
city serving as Ita mayor for several
term and as county treasurer for one
term Although young In years III the
time he took an active part In the lout
ears of the Hlackhawk Indian war
And for years was prominent as a
local and department officer In the
Indian w 1Ir veterans organisations In
1S811 he crowed the plains to bring In
emigrating saints Aided In the build
ing of the Mormon settlements on the
Little Colorado In 1S76 and perform
ed a mlsulon to Sweden In 1884 Fun
eral service were held In the word
tabernacle April 10 The speakers were
Bishop Orlando Bradley Bishop
i Andreas Jenson of Freedom Klder
Joejrti 1 Jolley Wtlllitm Prnstwioh
Aaron Hardy Thomas Dyohes and
Nathan Faux who each spoke words
of comfort to the bereaved family
which consists of a widow three sons
and two daughters who have the
sympathy of many friends In their
lime of leovement An appreciated
feature of the services was the sing
Ing of the veteran choir which ren
dered appropriate selections at the
dcdtClltltUI of the grave r
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McDonalds c > nVei 1IIoa J a luny l tll jl ious Fountain
drink oc Tho Soda fountain dfiiiaiiil is Crowing be
yond all expectations Everybody is asking for it
Have you tried our new Baby
Chocolates Something extra
nice Ask for them next time
All nuts and fruits Only ex
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