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PESERET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910
OGDEN
OOUES OFFICE
CASEMENT JIHED HQTEI
BTnlNOAM X BTEVKMB
Mirr Ocdcn 1Jranch
c
led TeL s2 Bell
patrons are requested to JD tko
i Immediate coraplalnti rt ardloc
lattifactory dellverr
t iiiNo STORY OF
UNFORTUNATE WIFE
Ilntl Kolnco AVith
hnIllJ
Left Husband to
Mnlo Companion
Special Correspondence
Ogden fiopt 13IIenry 11 Hrown has
Ucn charged In a complaint filed today
municipal court with adultery
1 II tho
III1Cgl1 to havo been committed on Sept
Thu woman In tho case
1 at Ogden Howoll Gray tho 17
i < carold Mrs Hertha wife of Frank U Dray Mrs
UUe
arresting ofllccrs n
told thu
urny extreme Sho
lUh Is shocking In the
I sho married dray In Montana
I Buys of on
ago
vhlle sho was but 16 years
dam
the strength of a suit for WOOO
u
bringing ngalnst
which he was
j OBM certain electrical company for lie los
of IB right arm Tho girl built up a
dream of luxurious living with OnlY
law suit which In lier mind was UK
t good as nettled When however tho
I suit WOM dismissed anti the couple were
fitted to live on his meager earning
the declarer ho was utiablo to prupuily
I support her hence she took It upon her
e t to find another provider In tho per
of Brown The man and omitn I
son
were urrentcil In a house on north
Washington avenue on Sunday evening
mid arc being held nt the city Jail pend
ing u hearing Cray l < using every pos
of his
tlblo means to secure the release
youthful wife and stolon that ho will
take her back and provido her with n
home
t
INFANTS REMARKABLE
ESCAPE FROM DEATH
I
Orden Sent 1310 full from the
Ficonditory window of a rooming
hou e ho caught by nn awning In front
i of More below and from there to fall
to a friendly Imle of hay and thence
to the sidewalk was tho thrilling ex
sf perience of the Infant non of Mr anti
Mrs John Pells at tho Washington
t looming houo vrsterday afternoon rite
baby who Is ou year and nine months
c It alt was picked up tt few moment
1 latiT by his terror stricken mother un
hurt except for minor scratches re
ceived In the final fall from tho bale of
hay The parent rushed madly down
ii the stairs as soon ns tho baby felt and
i rxprrted to find the little dead body In
a heap on the sidewalk Their Joy was
beyond expression when tho child nit
up nnd gave vent to Its fright in lusty
scream
OIUMIKUM ATTUACTIOXS
Ogden Sept 3Prot Apdale zoolog
kAI cirrus Including aom i very clove
trained bears dogs nod monkeys headi
n bill of considerable merit at the Or
liheum tlioator this week Tills act II
the big feature of Die show and wai
heartily enjoyed by the very largo Mon
day night audience
SUIT FOR DAMAGES
STILL BEFORE COURT
Ogden Sept 13Tho calm of Mary
JeppcHon against the Oregon Short
Line Railroad company in which Mlaa
Jrppcson Is seeking to recover JUWOas
damages for personal Injuries rec d
in a head on collision between tho Ma
lad motor car In which she was a
i Vattnitoi and southbound O 8 L
asznger train last April In still being
lirard In tho district court before Judge
c
How fll und a Jury Owing to tho III
l J1M of Juiyninn Terry the CItlO was
net heard on Friday or Saturday
t APPLE CROP HEAVY
AND SHIPPERS BUSY
i flgkn Sept 13fllo Plonfcr Fruit
r c > un which docs an extensive fruit
fchitlnif business from all parts of
I tail via Ogden Is beginning active
Vle on the apple campaign of tho I
ion = on wlilch promises to be thu ban
ner year In the history of tipple raining
In the northern part of the Mato nt
ii at It IR estimated that over 400
carload of Jonathan and AVInosap ap
1 > 1 S will bo shipped from tho Hear
HUr valley alone and the local out
look Is very promising Indeed Tho
fruit is bringing n higher price than
for many years owing to scarcity ol
tho fruit In many eastern districts Tho
rtontci company Itna already received
nunj virdors In carload lots 25 cars bo
Inj inltred In one day by various Im
lciltrs In Texas alone At Present
err > lrll are soiling for 150 per bushel
t o b Ogden
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
CONVENE SEPT 23
Ogden iept 13At a meeting of tho
Wthr county Republican central com
rout < v bid Monday afternoon nt tho
county court house It was decided to
hoI the He pUblican primaries on tho
tltlJlnr ot Sept 23 when delegates to
the ounty and state conventions will
be srlertcd Tho county convention
vtlll be held in the court house on
Thursday Sept 29 > and the state COli
Itt jfi t will meet In Olden on Iptlm
bet 6
Mhiit1Gl 1dclXSI
Ogd n Sep UMnTrlaRo licenses
hlllI been granted to tnp following
partie by County Clerk H a Do
aMldD Pnnnll and Ceresa fenl
tim ot Tooele lItnh
LJohn Ietcr lclleher
and mil 8an
bern b1i ot Ogden
BRAKFMAN DISPLAYS
GREEDY DISPOSITION
rtr Iept 13A complaInt
irtg clmrg
tie bmke1 LInn Annetrong n Bouthcrn Pad
with grand larceny has
A SAFE MEDICINE
Therea on tltn
IIIlttNo
lar Is 110 pop
f5nfl1 in BItC for ettry iliCililier oC Vim
becaue It tlolltalri till
Cal rating the or hllhlttormlnR ruga
rtMl1th wCnle slon1lch cnn rutali
Icrdfln Inlll1
HOSTETTERS
STOMACH BITTERS
In PrefprenC lu BnthlnK else and
on the safe be
1111
Iftllp IIII 11 Is for Puo Ap
I tliIlytMlln II nlchllll 1I1llrtlJllrll
1ill I9epsin
I liii 1natIt5 thln <
talic 1 Malaria Jocur nl111
Try
IJ a 1101110 hIl1M
guts today All drug
ORPHEUM THEATRE
1 OGDEN = =
Every night in the wpek
lOc 25c DOc
Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday
10c 15c 25c
Always n good big show
buen flluil In the municipal court by
County Atty David Jeniwii Tho com
plainant Is Special Agent 11 II Cordon
of the Southern 1iiclMc company and
hu alleges that on August 20 the de
fendant stole thrue milts of clothes two
overcoats and two suit caves valued at
21 from a Kotithorn Paclilo car Arm
strung Is being held nt the city Jail
and Just pruvlous to tho tiling of the
grand larceny complaint Atty Joseph
Chez on behalf of Armstrong filed a
writ of habus corpus with tIm uhcrlff
on the ground that tho defendant bad
boon held sInce Trainday last without
11 chance of giving ball which It b
understood his friends tiro ready to
I
supply
jumi MUHPIIVS CAIUNDAK
Ogdon SelL 13 For carrying con
coaled weapons Frnuk Urltlln was Intd
15 by JUdgo Murphy on Monday In
pollco court For being drunk he
vn ueiitcnccd to pay II fine of Jl
W II McOutro forfeited J5 bull for
drunkenness
C D Ilocco forfeited 5 bull fur vio I
lating the bleyclo ordlnuncp
Olios j Inttgan forfeited the usual
drunk bull of 15
P F Ward denied tho chuige of
drunkenness und wax held under J3
bond which ho WHH unabln to furnish
Jainos Cook H boy was clmigcd
with cruelty to iinlmalH he having left
a team standing on the street for more
than flvu hours without food or water
Ho entered u plea of not guilty nnd
was placed under Jo bull and the case
continued
John Ollmartln a professional
WVary Willie unkempt and un
viislioil ndmltted tho chargo of mendi
cancy and WIIH sentenced to 10 days
WILL I2VTKADITH HUKOIiAHS
OIl len Sept 12fho county comtnls
nloncra today appropriated 1200 for tho
purpoMi of sending Deputy Sheriff Mur
phy to Omuhii to bring buck W L
Sheath and Helen Elllx charge with
burglary These prlsoneis ale held ut
that city on tim charge of having xtolen
a largo quantity of clothing from the
homo of Thomas Burt of this cltywhcro
Miss Ellin was employe us a donicatlc
DKMOCIIATIC CON VJNTION
OUIcInl Trnlii Via II c K < i
leaves Salt lall11 D1B u in nrrlvew
at Provo 1015 n in Advices Just
received indicate there will bo 100 or
more dolcfrutes nnd their friends on
this train from Ogden nnd north ac
companied by brass band
r LEHI I
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR UTAH COUNTY
Special CorresponoVmco
Lohl Sept 12 County Supt G N
Child Supt N K Nielsen of Spring
vlllo SUit A H Anderson Irot W
K Hopkins of Lchl and tiupt J H
Wulknr of Pleasant Orova a commit
tee on Utah county institutes mot at
the residence of Supt Child Friday
evening and decided to hold only ono
Instlttito txiforo Christmas This In
stitute will be held ut Hprlngvlllo In
October tho teachers being the guests
of thu Sprlngvllle teachers at a banquet
and entertainments During tho two
days soislon addresses will bo made by
Dr HughcR of Provo Dr n V Cham
berlain of tho II Y U Prof Muud May
Babcock of tho U Of U State Supt A
C Nelson Supt D II Christensen and
Prelll < lent M H Thomas of the Salt
Lako schools
MONTHLY COVVUNTIONS
Lohl Sept 1ST Yesterday tho nut
monthly mooting of the priesthood and
auxiliary stake and ward officers of thu
Alpine stake was held In the LeJil
tabcnmclo and school buildings and
WUH n most successful affair All
met In the main auditorium of the tab
ernacle for opening exercises and In
stnictloiii for on hour and another
hour wan given for department work
This monthly meeting will bo hold nt
I chl until the stake tl rnnclo ut
American Fotk Is completed
iU KUUJ siuvicis
reitl Sept 12Funeral services over
the remains of Mm Jos Krlnghurst
Were held Tuesday of last week from
the meetinghouse The speakers were
lildern Jlobt Sharp H F DUffln In
nrd Peterson und III II hop henry iewla
who gave words of comfort to the largo
number of friend and relatives pres
ont Mrs Jlrlnghurst wan born lit
October 1R72 In fit George Utah Shu
ns the mother of five children Sho
was a faithful und true mother wife
friend and itterday Saint
SI I A CON V HXTIOV
1ohl Sept 12Noxt Sunday tho M
I A of Alpine stake will hold their
annual convention ut American Fork
with oinccrc mretlngfl nt 10 am and S
pm and general meeting at 7 pm
Mm XOTKS
rtodnoy C Allrert of Magrath Canada
anti MUs Hilda Canaan of Logan who
were married lat week are visiting
Jxhl friends Tho happy couple will
reside nt Nrphl Mr Allrcd having an
Important position there
3IIss Gladys Johnson a I eht belle
earl Vorn Heck of American Fork were
married last week They will make
their home nt American Fork
About Tl students arc attending the
local high school nnd It Is expected tho
number will be doubled before Oct 1st
Mr and Mr d S Frisler of Oakley
are now conducting tho Union hotel
Supt A 11 Andernon of the city
schools will soon have In operation u
large dairy on his ranch south of Ixhl
on Utnh Lake
Time Elk saloon building Is being fitted
up and will l > o occupied by A Douglas
shoo and clothing merchant
Mr Jos Smith wan operated on for
oppondlcltls last we < ik and ls doing
nicely
Mrs eslle niclile U at tho Provo
hospital undergoing treatment
tllrthif during the past week were
to Mrs Eugene Webb n son to Mrs
N Cook a daughter
I KANOSH I
EDUCATORSVST KANOSH
Kpfclat Cr rro uiJiKr
Knnoh Sept 10 Knnosh has had rt
two days visit from Prof Moench anl
several of his corps of tnnchers In the
interest of tho Mlllurd stake Academy
Mm lOmma Watu preoldont of tho
llrllef KoelPty underwent an opera
Ion yesterday She IB ntlll vory wrak
mvlng been ill for novonil weWt
PROVO
The News l > delivered by carrier
every night Humlay excepted at 75
cent ftr month All payment and
Complaints regarding deliver ihould
be made to David Johnson agent
for Daily Saturday and HrmV k
ly Newi Ind Phone srjJA Orders
taken for Church works Huldwico 441
South Drat Well Btrot
Carrier out sid of Academy Ave
inn 3151 14
Carrier welt side of Academy Av
ina 1CCA <
c =
REPUBLICAN DELEGATE
APPORTIONMENT
County Coi i m emit hint Cii lied for Soul JO
At AnaTlcuii Furl
Irovo Sept 13Tho following ap
portlonmunt of delegutcH to tho Ho
luhllcun state convention to bo hold In
Ogden on Sept 26 hUB been made for
Utah county products
Alplno aJul Highland 2I American
Iork 6 Benjamin 1 Clinton Colton
and Tucker 1 Cedar Port and Fair
held 1 Uoihcn 1 Lchl 6 Lake Vlmr
1 ljik Hhuio I Mapleton I Provo
Jll8t ward 3 Provo Second ward 2
> rovo Third ward C Provo Fourth
vurcl 3 Provo Klflh ward 4 Pay son
5 PloaHtuit Grove 6 Provo Bench Si
Mcasant View 1 Kprlngvllle 6
ialent 2 Buntaiiuln and Kprliig Lake
I Spanish Fork ij Vineyard 1 To
lath 69
For tho Itopubllcan county conven
tion to bo held In American Pork
Thursday Kept S9 tho following ap
pointment of delegates one for every
twenty votut cast for Consrosaman
Howoll In 190S has been made
Alpine 7 American Fork 2S Hon
Jamln 6 Clinton 1 Cedar Fort 1
Colton 1 Kalrflelil 2 Qoahen C
Highland 2 Lehl J8 Iuko View 4
Lake Shore 3 Mapleton 6 Provo
Klrst ward 14 Irovo Second ward 11
Provo Third ward 21 Provo Fourth
ward II Provo Fifth ward IS Pay
son 23 Pleasant Grove 26 Provo
Jlcnch 8 Plnanunt View 7 Spring
vllle 27 Salem 0 Bantaiiuln C
Spanish Fork oiJ Thistle 2 Tucker
I Vineyard 3 Spring Lake nnd Ml
Nelio 1 Total 311
Tho delegates to both conventions
will be clotted In primaries to be held
III the several precincts not later than
Sept 23
liAHGU SCIIOOh ATTKNDAXCi
Provo Sept 13Tho Provo city
public schools opened today with an
attendance of 1741 which Is reported
to be a larger number than the high
est enrollment at any time hint year
Tho attendance at ouch school Is tn
follows Maoner 42 ft Franklin 483
Tlmpanagos 424 Parker 402
SOCIAIt CIjUll INCOHPOItATKS
Piovo SUllt 13 ArtloleH of Incorpora
tion of the Vtuutch club luivo been
fllwl with Uio county clerk The object
Is tho promutlon of social and friendly
Intercourse among the mombeni of the
club for which club rooms will be < on
dtictod In this city The annual mom
bcrahlp feo Iii 25 cents Charles U
3Iampshlro Is tho president Arthur Mo
Cullough Bocrctary and George S
Davis tnsasuwr nnd they constitute
the board of directors
JOHN wmoiirs FUXKKAL
Provo Sept 13Wail attended fun
oral service over tell remains of John
Wright wero held yesterday afternoon
In the Second ward meetinghouse The
speakers were Elders Walter Scott Al
bert Jones James Hoyden and Andrew
WatHon nnd Bishop I li Nelson llrau
tltul vocal selections were rendered by
tho ward ciiolr
SLNP TO IXDUSTlllAIj SChOOl
Provo Sept 13 Jlorrlet Annie Phil
lips 16 years of age was committed
to the Industrial school yesterday by
Justice Noon
DKVKTXH TIXTIO nCNTKAh
Provo Sept 13 Manager Andrew N
Holdaway of tho Tlntlo Central reports
that tho work of sinking tho shaft from
tho 880foot level him been commcncd
TWO COUPM2S HAPPV
Provo Sept 13 Marriage licenses
havo been Issued to tho following
coupler
Karl Keeler and Kitty Iootham both
of Provo
Martin Nelson of Hrighom City sad
Martha Roborta of Provo
COUNCIL Mii7riNo
Provo Sept 13At the meotlng of
the city council last evening the city
engineer submitted plan and KpecIflfM
tlons for tho wiitenorks nquotluct
Robert Hoardman Il ked for compcn I
ruvtton for the destruction of spring on
his property near Sixth South and
Third Knot Htrncti by reason of tho
iwer trench draining his Bpelnsy
Cliolnnon W A McCullnugh of this
nommltteo on streets r < nx > rt d that the
Bell Tolephono company was willing to
mow Its polon from tim cast nde uf
Third West street Ho alto room
mondod that electric light palest on
Third Seat street bo moved to tho nut
aside of the lit Ioe I hit dinttnlttpn wan
Instructed to Interview the eloxitrlo com
pany with n view ta having tho coma
pany erect two linn of poles one on
either side of the Bttwt and mwpond
wires over tIme wtrent with tho light
mllpendl In thecenter of tho street
PIIOVO NITIVS XQTC8
Mr and Mrs AV E Tmughbor of
Salt Lake passed through Prove today
on their way to the nouthorn part of
tho state
County Clerk Mark K Knrtehner
wont to Salt LokI yefttorday on a bus
ness trip
Ton days additional time haa boon
granted defendant to answer amended
complaint In tho case of John C Slater
vs Benjamin district No 1 In tho
Fourth district court
Andy Alien wn fined 110 by City
Justice Noon ycjiterday for Intoxica
tion
Mllen C Pock of Bprlngvlllo wai
wntencrd to four months In the county
Jnll yewtnrday by Justice Johnson for
obtaining monO under false pretenses
HP paused a w rthlo8s check for 9 sn
Deal Hros Mrndenhall BprJngvllle
merchantt
S
I MOUNT PLEASANT f
SETTING OF CASES
SEVENTH DISTRICT COURT
Special Correspondence
Mount Ilensnnt Kept 10The court
calendar for tho Seventh Judicial district
for tho September term of court Is ns
follows
Hophla 11 Chllds vs John E Child
Caroline hansen vs Q B Anderson
et al
Mina Oreco vs Kzra Clreco
J J rckett et ol vs CUiknison city
Martha Klorstena Hendrlckson vs
Andrew llcndrlrk
12 K llouveng ma Kdward Chllds
John A Andcnon vs Tliomas K
leMma
Cornojla S Nielsen vs Albert Niel
Sen
Lafayette flown nnd James Down vs
Peter Johnson and IM Mndsen
John A Wnlknr et AI v 11 the Consoli
dated Wagon te Machine compmy j
Luclnda Hicks va Jmnta Hicks
William II Anderson vs Louis Htro
fccl
James A Olsen vs Ann M OLsen
GunnlBon Irrigation company vs
Charles P ratunon
Elizabeth Jtobcrta ct al vn WillUm
H rIlJlJle
Sarah J NIclHoti vn John p Nlolson
Hpaldlng Livingston Irivustmcnt com
pany vs Charles laell et al
Tho Dosemt irrigation company VB
Hpaldlng Livingston Investment com
pany
ChrUtlaria Woolsey vs Itfchard M
VooUuy
VooUuyLAAV
LAW AND MOTION
A M Myrup vs L II Krlcksrn et at
Mount IloiUant Commercial nnd Hav
ing bunk vs Ore Qulmi and Btulla
Ucneva Kuril
gulnco Crawford vs Mttrtvnu Chi 1s
tolfenon ct al
Gus Vulurd VH T J Yates ct al
Theodoro H Christensen VH Arthur
M Dwight
CRIMINAL CALKNDAH
Tho State vs llusroo Morley
Fountain Orten City vs p tcr don
ton Uldtoyd
THIAL tALKNDAH
Kmma Wanzlts vs It H Hpencer
A M Myrup vs L H rhllufen
JUUY LIST
Tho following1 Jurors hav boon drawn
to servo In tho Sevenths Judicial dlitrict
court In Mantl lommenclng Sept 12
Amos A Bradley AUtos Draprr Juhu
JCellot John Krantzen Moroni 0 A
Dunpaln Fountain Green Jens JHor
onuoii Hprlng City Wllllum A Ilatv
Joseph I Tliulim VIIIIin II Quitin
Oiphralm Kphnilrn IXivldMm Itirlntnii
KrlokEon liana Nielsen John II Just
lu Urlgliam Furnnwurtb C W Hor
unison Alex Uiiiimldos Mt Ileisaut
George i I > wry James P Nlolvtn U
H Clark Mantl William U Chldn N
C 8oren in A O Koarns OunnUon
Pete Swunson Bterllng William Gar
lic Jr Walter Cox B W Howell
Falrvlow Niels L Iuml Mayflold mini
famucl Dye Wales
CAXDIDATIiH AllH NIJMKUOUR
PollUcn Is receiving some attention In
Sanpete In Mt Pleanant two candi
dates for state senator are In the field
In the person of John H Seoly and F
C Jensen Mr Jensrn hns announced
himself 11ft favoring United States Sen
ator George Huthorland
At Mantl the snatorlnl contest Is
moro complex than In Mt Ploasnnt
there being three persons In the nice
via W D Livingston P P Dreng
and Mayor Iwry
The local Democratic primary will bo
held Saturday evening Sept 10 alien
delegates will Ixi elected to attend the
Provo convention
Tho local Itepubllan primary Will 1 < J
held Iilday evening Sept 16
SANPETE COUNTY CITIZENS
EXPE TING NEW RAILROAD
bileciSi > apondence P
Mt Plwualit Sept U AcoirJing to
reports being circulated and aiatfinjats
Iliad by ono of a party of nurvtiuiv
working In North Sun etlt H new rail
road is to cross nurtn Sanpcto truiii
a point near N plil ti the ootil fluids In
Kmcry county It U thought the line
will come from the Emory county silo
to JlunUngton then by way of liuUur
Vial canyon GooHoborry and Cabin hol
low to thu summit where a 50foot cut
will bo made across tho summit at an
elevation of 7000 feet Into Sunpltch
canyon From there tho route will bo
run down the canyon to the hoiJ ot
Sunpoto valley where an eaxy grade
can b hud to Hilltop and where the
line will CTOVH the Denver and Itlu
Orando track Plum road will ounUtiuo
train there to Wuter holluw Halt creole
and on to Nephl A gang of surveyors
has been busy for < > me time on thai
pi > IM > sed line and Wo now compcd in
tho iMountaln1 vital of Falrvluw
MIMJ ACTIVITY
Mt Pleoaant Sept 12 Jojnos D
Simpson of Mt Ilodtint lute recently
returned from a trip of Inspection
thiough the Nebo mining district He
reports that the EiL has been leased
a force of men is at work and another
force will soon be put on the road
commence Shipping from this piopcrty will shortly
UTTII OM HUlUm
1 Pleasant Sept 12The funeral ot
tho 1ytMirold child of Mr and Mia
William Inklcr ot Mt Ploa int was
held Monday
CATTM INSPKCTOK iiusv
Mt Pleasant Sept 12Dr I A
llroiulhurt I federal clock Inspector
has for some time past been testing the
milk tows of Sanputo county to bunt
If turlwrculosts exists here Out of lO
tests it was found one come In Monti
has the dlHonto D Itrmulhurt wirt
llKcontlnu these tea for Gee present
but will be roaumod later In the sum
mn there being 163 appllcwlonu from
Kphralm und 0 from It Pleasant
UNUSUIj lhlfl
Mt Ill I II pt 12Soren Nklam
of the MrlckMn Mett and Product com
pany reports finding the following in
the stomach of a cow Hairpins pieces
of win a nail over two Inc long
brass pins nnd wok by the dozen
The animal was sleek and fat and
diet showed no 111 effects of her unusual
MANY JlSIl PJLAXTKI
I Plcnuant sept i2On Friday last
tho Htrfamt f BaJipeto county wore
stocked with nut 300000 natlvo trout
b A 1 Aiigfird fish and gamo com
mlsslonur of Sanjicto county In the
small creek below Kalrvlnw 1 rwervo
will l o crroted ont surJi rranrvo bolng
authorizol In the county and irlll r t
cehe most of the flah Another lot will
b taken to Gooseberry and the streams
south along the mountain top will be
tko while others will bo taken to
Fountain Orwn and OunnUwi A 1
Aogard I tM official In chargo
NAhtRO 1SJtI1
Jtt Pleasant Sept 12ksergn ney
nol of I Plwvsant recently had an
experience with I traction engine that
ho will long reinembor He got too chose
to the machine anti his clothing was
caught by a revolving shaft Ho was
Jury rvscued In time to prevent serious In
i
srrnrNTS DKPAHT
MI Moaiwint Sept 12Perry O snow
of Mnntl n n heal of Kplirulm and
A A Anderfon left for CThkngo Sunday
A
whom they will purmio the study if
mediCine Thi former will enter the
Uurti stadicai nail tho latter will enter
tho Northwestern Those n but three
of a class of 11 Utah boys continuing
their research In eastern collegvsi
EtCTIO 1 PHOnES
Mt Plcwnnt fkpt 12The Snow
academy nt Kphralm opeita UN doors
for another school year today Follow
ing are the namos of the 4nstruvters
Principal N F NoyM J y Jensen
V O Harton T A Heal Ephralm Jell
stIll MahonH Thompson J IV Qrlfflths
Frank rhrlKtonnon Andrew Mortenien
iTnry Tirtstewn Tetra Anderson and
Mrs Snrnh n ITansen
The vnibllr schools of EpJirahn com
menced wrk today Thc following
mnC
named fnrulty will t In charge Prln
olpnl P r > Jensen P e Anderson Or
rio Anders Edgar Jensen W ell
Tljomprnn Kllxnbnth Anderson Otfii
I Anderwon Hendetta Deal Marie
Christensen Kntlo Olson And MIM
Joe
The Twentieth Century dub has pee
eente4 three cf Ml Plfv ants young In
1M with a scholarship In the Mt
Pleasant high nchool namely MIKDOS
lynUi VInkl Lola Tuft and Vera
Kump
LOGAN
Th New U IVtllvorea by Carrier
Care
In Logan Evey NIt 9Undsy ax
copIed at 1 Orqts Por month All
payment Ind onpitnt mOlt At
delivery cop1 to udmp
Jat Agent for Daily daturdity
o
DII
and Nei laturc
n < SkwnlWeelcJy Nere 1115 W
1111 North Street U
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Del Oc with Canton In
neal TWe and Loans Itt North
Main fittest Pbo pj JI Not
lad t Del A IG
lad3Ty
HASTY DEPARTURE
TO AVOD TRIAL
ilutvuli Otlo Icat Honilimcii in Hear
Ills lluriluu i
< Sitoliti orrI10111IW
IxSWi Sept 12The notorious Ottn
ease hUB come to an end at lest r1
the jnKHont the defendant Jowipli
Otto having departed Another vhuiuo
wa nmdu agulniit hint and he was ur
rested on Butunlay evening but allowed
to gu on promising to aitpuur In court
whull wanted AVlion called hawovir
1 VA aiooovcrol that lie wan not here
itnd the sheriff has bon mumble to Hint
him On tho first charge filed agalnn
him he Is now out on ball anti unlont
ho appears at Uio time of trial this bull
will likely be forfeited Two other
young men Implicated with him huvo
slap left tuwn
Mil KOIUXSON IMIMIOAEII
Logan Sept 12E W ltblnlon
poker of the last legislative house
who lifts Uwn very U with rheumatism
for semi limo past Is now ablo to b < j
out again but shows tint effect of the
Hlckntfo that ho has undeivone
MKltIAi MCIJXSIOS
Ix > Ban Sept U Theso nuirrtage I
censer have been Issuod John P
fleecier of AVellsvlllo and Amelia John
tort of Treusureton Idaho ergo L
Xundol of DrlKhum and Iloso iluo hell
of Logan Howard B Gibson of Frank
lln and Blslo KlngHford of Alt Home
Nels Fran Mil of Mt Home nnd EVA
C Bonnui of Richmond
STUDKXTS AllKIVIC
Logan Sept 12Logan is rapidly
filling up with students In prepari
tlon for the opening of both college
which take PlayS the first of next
week nnd tho Indications are that tho
attendance this year will l > o the great
est In the nggregnto of stay year In the
history of tho two school
IHSTIUOT COUUT
Ixignn Sept 12In the district court
today Judge Maughan made tho foP
lowlntr orders
Cuchf Valley Banking company vs
> V F Greater Judgment rendoied for
the plaintiff
Chailee MoClaln vs Samuel Nolwn
coo dlnmlrsred
A Cunnliirham 1 T Cunningham
divorce SUit dUmiHsed n reconciliation
hawing boon effficted
M KllzabrUt Wynnt vs Tliorruis It
Smith et nl Judgment for plaintiff
rendered
Albert nowmnn VH Mary jr Dow
man order to show
In cauno continued
until Sept 21
I SPANISH FORK I
FIRE DESTROYS HOME
Special Correspondence
Hpanlsbi Pork Sept 10This after
iwMin ho home of William l > 1S In
tho Fourth war < t wan burnod to tho
ground Kvorythlnff on tho Interior wa
destroyed e celit bedding Tho volun
teer nrn department made I rapId tun
to the fIre but found no water avail
a > lo A RUbscriptlon In blng tnlcrn fur
Mr Evans
imunniHT AIUIKSTUK
Spanish Pork Sept 10Clt Marshal
Martcl micwotlei In fretting1 aiintior
COKO ug lnnt what Is known hero its
tho dry drug tore Chrln I trncn
Ivahl nrrefted for foiling Intoxicating
liquors liii Hp ivt 1 few hour In jail
honds
but wan later relHunwl under G
JWlUm ox iuinxisTixcic
Hpanlxh Fork Sept 11Elder U H
ItobortH lectured this evening In the
city iwvlUon to nn audience of nculy
1000 Ho took a his text Tim ISvtr
hutlng Oowpel lIe forcefully and con
vincingly proved the dootrlnn of pr
existence The tnecUng was conducted
Ixllltonc
under tho auspIces of the Third w n
at I assocIatIons
L BRIGHAM CITY I
PROGRAM FOR
TEACHERS INSTITUTE
llrlglinni CH > KPt Kollowlng I I
the proiirsm fur HIP leathers intitule
r to i held In this cIt next Thursday and
Krlln
Tliur dR > I 0 isinSOo Mrs LoWln
Cozlti pivllmlnnrles Hunt llyrum M
VHlintitir uatxr The hiram iMy of
School ° Knlpli Jonwn dlsou lon
Jllllh pm Solo Mrs Hor
tnu KMIIII paper Child lltudy and
Homo JII PrnotlCHl llcsutts Prof
A M Mrrrlll Jlsouislon led by Mlu
use Jonil
ThuJuday evening j nm JJtcflp
toil by the board of education and of
heath to tipS teachers and Invited
guests uintlng party reading Miss
AI ctdnl lellnl lu
Lucille T > nirintan dancing solo n
llemnr Cull
Friday it m8olo Victor E Mad
len paper School Gal and Ath
letic CJIn nnt MadFtm discussIon led by
O O HoiKelliy
Friday 2 pm Dnot Misses fle
vcnu and Daisy Mnd cn reparation for
department work
iraminur UepArtment pap r rime
PrlnolpalHU Quallrlcatlons and He
latlonohlpt William llllywhUo dls
ciiBHion led by Oren Wilson discus
sions In all departments
1rlmary Department Qotifral In
strurtlon hy loll hose Jones primary
supervisor of mhn lii
teachers of music will meat for In
struction under Miss Ilncliel Parley
1 MONROE I
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES
Monroe Sept 12The following dele
gates to the Democratic state conven
tion were elected at the primary hare
Hans hansen Christian Tuft Olof MI
chaelson Chrltttlan Slmonson Joseph
1 Lowe and Ole Larsen
O N fatnrbrtll has leased the Mon
roe Monitor mid will conduct it as the
Weekly News
Tho now state bnnk Is tOW open for
business with J J Lown ns president
nnd Heber Swindle cashier
Wil
L PARK CITY i
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES t
i4 f
Park City Kept 1A meeting of f i
WAS held I
tho devotee of Democracy PS
lit tho city hull today at which Jullun I
Krunkol Peter Claik John Coffee It
George Smith Br Lucy R Oarvln J I
J McLuughlln J p Welch John A
Talon und Patrick Heonan wore elect 11
td delegates to tho state convention
INOKKDIAUY FluE 1 1
Park City Sept 32A fire of Incan
CI the i
dIary origin wan discovered In
linlfworld dIstrIct this morning but T
sits extltiKUlnhcd by the Ibis depart
ment before any damage was done hi I
How I Made jl
My Hair Grow Jt
Woman With Murtrlously Hcniitlful d
hair ilxcH Simple Homo Pro j 1
Mrrlptlnit WIilcli SIte U cd i J
Wih Mint H < tUrk h P l
nblo llcsults 1
J wan greatly lblcl with dandruft > rt
IrOI t
amid failing Italy I tried many adv en I
Ind tulinl
tis5d imeir irSparfttiOita and various proscriptions i
t
falltdi tJi
scriptions but they all signally faledl
rlpUUIII them tnaio my hair greasy n 5 r1
It was Impossible to comb It or do It UB iP
roperly Inlo8lhle that many of the things f f
ant H
I positively Injurious
tried wero
Iroin my own experience I cannot too 1
strongly caution you against using prcp
aanlll
1lgly cauton
nritlon uontalnlnc wood alcohol and t
Irluns contllnln substances I believe I J
they Injuru the roots of the heir After i
my long Hit of failures I finally found il
a slmpin prescription which I can un t j
l > entt tlngly ilato that It is beyond F
doubt the most wonderful thing for time hi ft
hair I t have fver seen Slany of roy j
trivial havr nlxo used It and obtained
wonderful effects therefrom 1 not only
In u powerful stimulant to time growth 1 l
of the hair und for restoring grey hair 1
It Is equally i
to Its natural color rut equal l
ly good for moiiiR dandruff gRime j p
the hair life and hrllliamv etc and for it It
hl hiiI If
the purpose of keeping the scalp In first t iJ
chase condition It also makes the hair
much easier to comb and Arrange In
nice form I hnve I rrlend who mod It I
two months amid during that time It not 1
only stopped the fnlllue of his hair and 11 I
wonderfully increased Its growth but It
wondertuly
practically restored all of his hair to t
Its natural olor You can obtain time
this wonderful iii I
Ingredients for making 1ondcrul
preparation from almost any druggists
The prescription li as follow 1
Hay rum 6 oz Menthol Crystals V
ilruohm lnvona de composee 2 or 1C Pt
you like It perfumed add a few drops oC
TolOUon Perfume whlfh mixes per 1
fectly with the other Ingredients Thlt Cl
however in not necessary 4
Un auto to ask tIme druggist for all the 1
enclosures In tho lvona ilo Compose t 4
package One of them entitle you to a r I
handsome froo sprinkler top for your 3 1
hair tonic bottle and you are also en
titled to recelvn the free advice of an I 1 I i
expert on mite hair by simply writing to 1
lie address you will find enclosed In the
carton k
Apply night nnd morning rub thor
ouKhly lulu the cealp
Ho to your druggIst and ask for an
10
eight ouiKo bottle containing six ounce I
of Hay Hum also onrhalf drachm of
Menthol CYy tals and for n two ounce i
bottle of Lavona de Composer Mix the
Ingredient yourwlf at your own homo i
Add the Mnnlhol Crystal to the Day I
Rum anJ then pour In Limo Iaonn ri t ri
Composer uncl add thee ToKiilon Perfume m I I
fume 1ct I stant onehalf hour and I t
II nadv for ute
n
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