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Oncinlop 4Secmcil llallroml
ami
Ogden < iNov If Clmiged with
forgery by telegraph VC lV Mullen a
telegraph operutot of the Southern
puelllc company at jliiicln was aircst
Cl at ha place Saturday afternoon
bj Dctectivei T OLeary of the Santa
1 > IMllroad company ami will bo
taken ttohTrlnldad loiHtaiul Uilul hav
iliiK signified rn willingness to ictuni
without extradition paiwrs Aecoid
IIIR to Mliocomplalnt Mullen sent a
tclcgiam to i tho general loltlees of the
Fanle To line In whose cmploj he
worked ntilholtlmc ns on oi > eratoi di
recting tlmtr a pass be forwarded to
him from Trinidad to Salt likcfplty
slgnlng thorctdJ1thc nnmcjpfr the superi
IntcndcntjOf UlieTrlnldad dl Islon Tho
pass was sent iis requested and
Mullen caina to Ogden wheio
he soon secured n position nt > opora
jor ut Lucln Although tho message
w as scntrlast iScptembci Its origin
was not discovered until cry recent
ly whenjthe lallroid detcttles ero
jniticm thpcase nml located the guilty1
party
CITIZENHELDrUPROBBED
AND ROUGHLY TREATED
Ogdcn Tsov 31 ThomiH llobbs i
rallioad swltehmaiij rcpoited to tho
liollcetlata Satin day evening that ho
Imd been held up and robbcdk of Sj on
Llntolti aenue bctwecif Twenty
and Twentj Hfth btrcets by tlueo
jnenV Hobbs boio pvlduice of hilng
been roughly handled rnnd declares
that jtho thugsr administered seeru
beating bcfoic takhighl8 monej At
tlio puUcd1 station ICIty Ill slUanAnmu
T Tlols dressed thd wounds The po
llcojhavo no description of the men or
inyiothei clues
POLICU COUUTllCCOKI
Ocdeh Nov 14 Aftci beliiK lined
Ji In police courtjon Saturday for sell
Ingrmllk wltlioutmjllccnsejAIrs Maiy
Voss of HarrlsvlUoahailicen ordered
to1 discontinue dlsposlngof milk In the
cltj by thei lioaid of health V J
llovtjjfood andfdalry Inspector of tho
cltv tcatlflcd thatt Mrs Voss fwas eon
ductlnpri ory unsanitary maUeshlft
foi a clolryPa1 short distance north or
thcJclty llmltsT The residence of M rs
Voss Is one of the most unsanitary
locations In the cojmty
ruxEBiVu hutivicns
Ogden Nov 14 After nn Illness of
sovcnil months from Brlshts dlseuRe
Anna J Nielsen nvlfo ofSljirs Nielsen
died at tho homeipMicr dduhtr Mis
AVIIIIam Stewart 682 SulllvanTavcnuc
on Saturday Shotwis born In Den
mark Jan722ylS57 nnd has heon a
resident of thlsrountv for mnn years
Funeral services will be held at the
Huntsvillo rnectlnBhouse Tuesday
nftnnoon nti l oclock
IThe funeral of Joseph D Kolther
who died iit Jekln III early last
wecki will be held at tho Vftliward
live stockMvith
ussforsnlo and get quick re
sults
SUNSET LIVE STOCK 00
102 25th Street Ogdcn Ut
Bell Phone 455
Eradicatesi scrofula iand alli
other humors cures alf their
effects imakes the blojod ricji
ami abundant strengthens all1
thevvitel organsi
It effectsits greatcuresnot
Ssimply because i contains sar
saparilla but because it com
bines themtmost remedial val
iues off20 different ingi cdients
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablcto called Scrsatabo
inoetlnghoiisc on Wednesday after
noon at 2 oclock
jntnis
i yhlli > JiuiitliiB ducks near Plain Cliy
Satiirdaj afternoon George rolkman
and party were startled to llnd tint
Jthov had practlcillv suironndcd a line
tbuck deer which hid pmlnbly been
frightened out of the mountains by
hunters It was not kllltd
Marv K Ilnstlnga liilej nnd others
hno filed a omplalnt in Ihe dlstrici
court against tho Osdcn taie bink
and Dald Mattson to adjust their
claims to u rlglitofuuj to propcitv
on T ent fourth street between
Adams and Jcffeison avenues
MOUNJ PLEASANT
VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
DOING GOOD WORK
Mount Pleasant Ng I Tueadaj
eenlngtlic Mulunls of Spring Cltj held
n debate1 The house was packed to Its
capacity In CYmntrj LlfcviPrcfeiablc
to City Life was the subject of tho
discussion Misses Dora Johnson Lola
Backman and Wcslej ncch had the af
flrmatho side imd Mlsses Hjrl Ii lnsi
Miligaiet Clnl toxicrson iniiil John It
13atcr Ji tho negative Tlio decision
w as given to tho nfTi matl e
Thu following program wan Khun
Sundaj oenlne Nov 13 under tho
auspices of the North ward Sunday
bchools L idles chorus Y I < M 1
absoclatlon tenor solo Harry Krlck
jbcn oeitme high school oichcstni
rccltutlon Dorothy Jacobs lolln bolo
Bhlne Watson tenoi solo Johnr AVf
SummerlmyK iccltatlon Ph > llls Wat
son Kong Zola Madscn mandolin and
guitar election In In Stanlleld and
CllffordiNlclbcn reading Mrs Gcoigla
Johnson piano solo Maggie Cnmlland
orchestra belcctlon high school or
chestra rniattct Jilgh school quartct
At Tountaln1 Green Henry Jackson
uas elected justice of thq peace and
Ole A Allred constable both Repub
licans In Pali lew < HansP Hanson
was elected justice off the pcaco and
JUchard Mills constable both Domo
crata At Moroni a P Simpson was
elected constable nnd Frank Hradley
Justice of tho peace both Dcmouats
At Spilng City John P jJohnson wn
elected Justice Of tho Pcaco nnd Pptct
goronsen constable both Democrats
At Chester W M Allied was elected
Justice ot tho pcaco and T W We t
conptable both Republicans At Mount
Pleasant fO N Clemcnson Republican
was clectcdi Justice of tho peace and
Parley Hanson Democrat constable
The 6moiithnolrt baby of Mrr ami
MrHHogan Pelorson of Sprlnir Cits
died Thursday Nov S of pncnimonla
Tho Sanpeto Qounty Evangelical un
day School aHsoelatlon Is holtllnir Its an
nual comcntlon at Ephralm Satuiday
and Sunday Nov 12 and 11 Rev John
Meeker dlstilct president Is In charge
NOTICE
Wrlte > fortmv plan of furnishing frco
scenery Tnnd curtains forjour ariusc
ment halls Chas Peterson sign nnd
scenery specialist 20 Richards St
Both Phones 1503
Tor Moderate Prices
Quick sen Ice pirllcularly prepared
food Congress Cnfpterln Is the placo
i 25 E 1st South
I r U Bfl U
rfSit > > C t
QGDEN UTAIil
CAPITAL 100000000
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
MENSlaad OMENS FUENISHINGS
mf IgAgSySHOEB andRUBBER GOODS
WoJcnrrv Ibj fnr tlie lar ct exclusive vvliolcalo stock of Uic
niroio llncs bctiviecn Onwlm mid Srn rniuelsco It jc int prompt
gfilpments scncrusTjour mall ordcri
IbiatfdUcaWiidteir wcll uH
ejreujSlicslihaivs orjinihlic or private use
u l u T H T j3
i xTn X I JW1 agM I
The Nowa IsedJllvoredjjby carrier
SeveryxnlBht1 Sunday exceptca > jntti7i
Jcentajperf month All payments andJ
i complaints S rojarcllnBSdellvory should j
berm < uJoUo iDaVWi JohinonLTncent
forDally jSaturday und SeralWcek
lyf News Ind Phona 37JA Ord rsi
jtak nforiCliUrch worksResidence 7J
Bouth first WcstlStrotN J I
Carrlrciiat sldelofAcafiemy Ave
IndJJlMw w
i CarrlcrCwestslde or Academy Avo
IndIOZA I
Siiiiuel Ailnins Tuliiis On n 1lfe After
UllttllllE Vllll IKS
DoinleMicv
Proo Nov 14 Samuel I Adams
nntnldtlnio icsldent allot himself In
the hind this moinlng At Ins Inatintly
cull for 7 am > Ho1wasnwnkened lit
When heretired lastovenlng hei left u
Hint hour and said hovwould notarise
He was iil 6 ovcrheaid to juy bomo
thlng loathe effect that ho would not
llxo any longer anliow and Imme
diately afterward a shot was heard
lintstlffatlon disclosed tho fact that
hohud fired a 132 callbei hullet Into
his builn
Thedeceased was born In Nephl on
Nov lli 1S51 He lived thcio wmo
cais 30 eirs In t Geoigo and 12
In Pioo JIo leavofttAWlfe eight chil
dren mid an igotl 4ftthci Ill health
and despondency are assigned lis the
ciiles foi Ills action
CITY ATTORNEY ANDERSON
TAKENINTO CUSTODY
o Nov II City Ally Robert
Anderson was arrested last evening >
Sheillt luddon a complaint cliaifflnR
him with a stututoiyoffcnsovcommlttcd
last August with AnnttpPhllllps a 16
jeuiold girl who Is now in the In
dustrial school In Ogdcn jThe com
plaint wi sworn to by tljc elrlUi Jnoth
er MIB Miirth i C Iinuistrei Mr
Andeison gac lioncl In tho um ot
3000 foi his appearance foi prclhn
Inuy cxiunlmitlon
Tho glil Aib sent to the Industrial
school for Incot risibility nbout two
mantho ago At that time she icfuscd
to testify against Andeison Since then
Mrs Anderson has secured an intcr
locutoiy decree of dlvoico on tho
grounds of cruelty and failure to proj
Ide The complaint filed by Mis
Anderson was foi sepaiato milntc
nanco and charged defendant with Im
pioper relations with Miss Phillips but1
It was amended and dlorco asked for
and gi anted
It Is stated In the county attorney
that Mls < PhlllIpsls willing to testify
against Anderson and that therefore
Hip present complaint was made
Andeison hns iniod a 50000 ult
against Jessp Knight In the Thlid dis
trict court foi ilnndci alleging that
Ml Knight publicly referred to him
as an ndultcior In thp Democratic stain
convention held In this city In Septem
ber In speiklng of tho case aftci his
nncst Hst nlRht Andcr on stated that
since his suit against Knlht was filed
two of his letters haio boon Inter
cepted and failed to reach thcli dos
tlnatlon < IIo belicveH these letters
huo boon shown to Ms Phillips 01
theh contents made known to her IIo
denies tho chargo fllcd against him
PROGRESS ofCASES IN
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT
Pnno NoyiH Tbo follow Ing orders
hiue been mado In the Fourth district
couit
Pa > son City s Thomis Cloward
plaintiffs motion to stiIKe out cost bill
granted defendant jlcn 30 days to
UK iblll of exceptions
John MoClosklqHs John P Cahoon
ct al motion to rotax costs arsued and
taken undei advisement
jK TIDDfG
Provo Nov 1 1 X nmrrlago liconso
has boon Issued to Hynim Jensen nnd
Elennoro Steele both of Goshcn
GOES 10 SAIP liAKE
Proo Nov 14 Dr Frederick Cllft
foi tho past live years assistant physi
cian at the state mental hospital H
moving to Salt Lake licro ho has es
tablished a sinltnrlum r
Pjovo Tsov 14 AVard conferences
were hold last evening In tho First
second andThird vvnrds with a good
EVttondinfco of tho ward authorities andt
membeis
P150VO NEWS XOTES
Iv J Eldred and nrncst Martin have
opened a skating rink In tlio building
foimerly occupied by tho Boulevard
lively stable on Academy avenue
rivo arrests wcro mado for Intoxi
cation Saturday night an unusual
mimbei for Provo
CONFERENCEPAMPHLET
A full ropoit of all tho dlscoursji
dollveicd ut tho Klshtvfirst SemlAn
nuol Conforenco of tho Qhuich held
In tho Taboinaclo nnd jAsemblj llnll
Oct 6 7 9 1910 Is now forssliek
As thls vvas one of thomostlntar
ostliiB and Important of Conferences
wo suggest > on Border at once This
Is the only publication Inwhich theso
discoursos will appear
Price post paid 23 cents
131U7T NKWS 5HOOIC TOnU
0 MAIN ST1W3BT
RECENT DEATHS
t vf HwtjfM n
Manehnstci Unplnnlf lnS18 tjr
nboth 1 Williamsaged 79 yearswidow
oftlie IntoJohn P VVIlllamsdlod Sun
da it noon ntthofrainlyt < rejilojco
351 Twentieth street OKdonateran 111
ness of tlueoilayB fiom pneumonia
She was l irnatCDovonelUre7 > V Iesr
mid Thomas PiWllIamsj also 15 graml
clilldrcn < anrtjnlx greatgrandchilden
Tho funcial will bojholdfiAVednesday
afternoon at 2 oclookjiut the Third
ward nioollnRliousc Inlennont fwlll1
bo > mmio4n thoJJcltycoin tiry <
dviiiki
l Gui out the coftcc
aucl liy
Thai Ayonfr hurt
you It cant It is
made of grains and
Litiits aud js both
healthful and delici
ous
JlVquieis thonervcsj
it sweetens the stom
ach aric stops the
lioadache
ItBuifds You Up
Better than coffee
and cheaper
f25c Lat syotu1 groc
ovjs
Thc Newsi la Delivered bi Carrier
In Logan Every Nlpht Sunday ox
ccptecljuat 75 Cents Per month All
pajTncntBrandvoomplalntfl rosanllntr
dcllverjshould bo mado to J M
Blair Agent tor Dally SnturOay
and JScmlWooklyf News 156 W
First North Street iPhone 3MH
Bell fOfflco wltliT Cordon Company
Heal Eatato anfl Loans 112 North
llnln Street Phones W Bell and 104
Ind
lllelmnv Heine Coin
DlctcilDcMivcii JOCIIH and
AVcllsvlllc
Nov 12 Piof J V Jensen
who has charge of tho work on tho
state loads In this count MIJS the
road between heio and AVellsvlllc
where thcreVlsUtu bo sjient homelhlm
like 9000jthls fall Is piogietslng well
Tho forco at woik on the south end
of tho road In charge of William Mui
ray Ihdolne exeoptlonally ell and tho
road jWhen complcted will bo among
the bestjln the > tato at prcs > ent llils
Is tho flrst plcco of riul roadbuilding
to be attempted tin Cacha count of
an > conslderableextcnt uul Its sue
cassful coinpletlon means a great deil
ta tho rest Qf tho count
rOUTUNETEIiniSR JAIMIU
Logan Kov 12 An Individual named
Hclman vho has been id judged guilt
of annoinj a lady of this city Is now
scivlng 10 dostin jail for his offcnbc
having been sentenced last uvenlng b
Tiidgis Drangham He 1ms 1 habit of
anno Ing pefiplo wllh fortuifctcllhiB
schemes
MAllltlAGU
Iogin Nov U The o mnrriacoill
censes have been Issued by Clerk
James t Joseph T Sharp and Annlo T
AVoodhcad both of Preston John It
Taylor and Ollvo M Smith botli sof
Datonv O Barney Pellum and liot
tlo Dobbs both of Preston Ida Ie
ro > Kdwaids of Cokovllle VO ami
Naomi Hokmstn of Thayno
IOCAX ioans
Col Totlock Roveinment statistician
for Utah and Stato Statistician
Halnes ale In Iogan forttho puipoflo
oft obtaining certain statistics as to
agricultural matters They word it
tho Agricultural college jestorday In
consultation with tho head of the de
partment of animal husbandry
J H Marshall of this city has becn
appointed managei of tho Logan
Amusement Investment company
which owns tho two principal amuse
ment halls here
ARGUMENT DEFENDING
BANK GUARANTEE1AW
Washington Nov ISVWhit tho
doposltoiH want to Itnon Is that tholr
deposits an fcpeiire that they can get
theli monej vhen they call for It This
explanation Is Intended to afford them
that assurance
This is the burden of a printed aigu
mont filed In tho supremo court of tho
United States b > Charles O < AVhedon
on behalf of Ncbriska In defense of
the eonstltutiomilltj of tin statute
KUiianteelng deposits In biinks Oial
arguments on tho validity of thH nnd
similar enactments In1 Oklahoma and
Kansas will ho heard before > > or Just
nftoitho Christmas liolldavs
Thostututo Is defended against the
attack that It eonllicts with the Deela
latlon of Imlcpondoneo and the
Nebraska constitution In thnUIt Intcr
fers with the rUht to pursue hapl
noss Including tho pursuit of any lav
ful vocation Mr Wlicdon holds tnht
It had boon left to thostntcs tp do
tormlne vvhat tends tojpromnlo not
only the public hctlth nnd morils but
tho public welfare and jafo tj f
GEORGE B ROMANES
DIES OF CONSUMPTION
Vl T
TColor7ido Spi IngsT Colo Kov7 113
Oooige II Horn inos sojivof tho lato
eminent liiltlsh sQleijtjitacdrgo Jolin
RomancHorlslnatorof jthoJiRomnnp
lectiireHvdellverodiinnuallyatOxford
dlrdhcre toilayot tuljcrqulosls Tho
Romanes Ipcturotwns lasldcllv 01 ed by
former President Roosevelt
lr Romanes camo to Colorado
SinIngs last Am II from Hngland on
the rccoinnunilatlon of phialclans Ilo
was accompanied by lili wlfo and chil
dren nnd lfi o maids At Ellis Island tho
entire party was detained by tho Immi
gration authorities onfthogiouhd that
Mr Romanes was an undesirable allcnj
having ia ronnniinlcnblodlAcaio IIIn
dotentlon caused much cqmmont Jjoi
cause of tho vso ilth and piomlnencojiif
thosRomancs lfamllyilHl > Fundcrstood
tho matter1 vnS finally takon fup1y
UiltlslHAmbassadoi Bruco JL vaij
loarnodtlmtippr onjVmny11 cnnio Inlo
tho United States 1C theyjlniojto take
iipcclal trCitmontand Mr Itomnncs
amlflils fanilljvw pro permlttedtoco
jwostfnfter ho hadmit iiPia < fcasli iond
of 1 > 000 andalgncjrsfntonTOnts tovtho
effect tlinrjio wouldlcomo dhcotwto
Coloiadofiprlngs rcmalnJioroaud at
all times liQsuliJcctod to tho trostrlc
f r
rr
State Ileclion Returns
WASHINGTON i COUNTY
fapcclnl Corrcsppndoiico1
Through jam crrortlio clectlpn rej
turns In TheiNcwsofNov 12 stated
that D IH Morris Republican hd
been elected state representative liv
Washington county As Is wellknown
Mr Morris Is onq of thq bjiltlino
wheel horses of tho Democratic part
In that county
COUNTY
Spcelnl Coacspoiidonce
Kanab Nov The Republicans
had little opposition In this eOiinUyim
elected their entiro ticket How ells
majority was 3S3
hl COUMY
Spelut Correipomlemc
Useallnto Nov 10 Lsealante cast
63 voles foi the Republleun tlekct nnd
0 for the Democratic Moulder r Rc
publlean 1L Democratic Hcnrlville
20 ItepubllCJn i Democratic
Xi COUNTY
Siithl CoriCsronOunco
Moab Utah iNov 9 1roclkallj nil
the elcetlon lotuins me In foi Grand
coimt > resulting In 1 Ropubllean v c
toiy Joseph Ilowell gets a imjoilly
of 20 Straup 3C Iv arson 62 J P
Miller rcpretcntitlvo In the state leg
Islatuio on the Republlean ticket wins
with a majorltv of 10
The Republleans elect tho sherllT
assessor and supcilntendont of school
The Democrats elcet the attynicv
elcrk nnd two eoinmlssloners
IltOV COUNTY
< SpCeiil Cor cspondonte
riniivan Iron Co Nov 11 1 be full
eloetlon returns hivu Just been te
eeived the uitlrq nepiibllcan tlcKet
having boon eleeted Htnto Seimloif
A 1imt has a majoilty of 2C1 repre
sentatHe Wllford Da > JIB1 tommls
hloner four vcars J II Arthur 183
eommltsionor two on s laines V
Wlllhms IDi County clerk Chailcs
D AdimM 233 sheriff John H Cony
6 iceordei Marv A Guiin 13Si nt
torneyT AVlllaril r Corrv 49 wr
J R Rlehaids 2R treasuier Silas J
Ward 2CO suive > or and superintend
ent of schools R JUrvant Jr SOI
Joseph Ilowell ion ahe id of Uls
tleket hero with a majorlt of JS4
btiaup has1 a majoiity of 214
The latest returns from this sena
toiial dlstrlet sro Lunt lepubllcan
n mijoilty of 450 ovei Tollon Demo
ciit i
IDAHO ELECTION RETURNS
CANYON COUNTY
Spcelnl Correspondence
Nampa Nov 10 Httvvloy received
2C92 and Hrady 3200 In this county
French iccclvrd J6n5 and 13ovUn 200
The Democrats i looted Castator hcrlrf
the Republicans eleetcd the other olll
clals
t
Pltl lONT COUNTY
Special Coiwpomlence
St ntluiny Nov 10 Brudv iccelvcd
2130 and llawlc > 1401 In tills county
Tho Democrats elected thcli entiro
county ticket by innjorltlest ranging
from 100 to 1000
IIliYBUHN
Spoclal conxsponilcnee
Hovburn Nov 10 Thin preclnet cast
14 otes for Brady and 102 for Haw Icy
which Indicates tho unity vote Smith
Isenbere nnd Nelson ian considerably
ahead of thcli ticket t
bpoilnl < i rcsponilJi ro1
rallrlvci Nov 10 1 law Icy 51 ilraily
22 shows thft partv vote here
ASI1TON j
Sptfclnl Convsponrtoncc
AMitnn NoV 10 Hawloy locelved 113
otos hero and Brady 63 Tho average
Democratic majority In the city wac
O KhHY
hpci Inl Corrcspondenoit
Oakley Nov 9 Tho election passed
off with quietude nnd good will pievnll
Ing In this precinct Out of a reglh
tratlon of 4i > 0 them wore onlj JOl cost
as follows Froneh R for Congress
233 How en D for Congress PI Urndy
227 Ilavvlpy 70 Tho ontlrp state ticket
can led about 4 to 1 In favor of the Re
publicans Tho ontlro county ticket
has been secured by tho Republicans
as the following examples will Indi
cate II C Ilalght R stato senatoi
240 J n Thltt D 6ri D A Taylor
R representative 237 Grlswald D
3In Cassia eounty reports from 12 out
of tho 18 preclnets glvo a snfo majority
to tho IlcpubllcaiiR ranging as follows
French 99 against 157 foi BOVHII
Bridy S84 Havvley C9G IlalBht stato
senator 831 Ultt 7f
IVJ ST ON
Special Correspunilonc1 i
Weston Nov 0 Tim tabulations it
tho election so fur as Hill preclnet Is
concerned revealed thu following
rronch Brady Sullivan MeDougall
Swootrer Hell Shepherd Allen ilfford
and Tnjlor on thu htato Republiean
ticket camo out with majorities of ap
proximately two to one f
Meagre returns from a majority of
tho proclnets of this county at a
lato houi last night Indlcito a com
plete and decisive letor > for tlio Re
publican tlekct
Tho following1 aro elected Juhtlco of
tho pence Wesley rilleld and Chas
Norton Republican and constable
John A Kofoed Pcmocrut
niGBY
Special Coriniponrline V
Rlgby Nov 9 The election passed
on inlotly Hoth parties were busy
getting voters to tho polls resulting In
A poll of 110 votes of that numboi
How en Democratic candidate for Con
gress received 226 Haw ley for gover
nor 251 The whole Deinocratlq ticket
was elected by 80 to 100 majoiltv Goo
13 Hill foi state leglslntor run ahead
of his ticket iccchlng 287 vot < s Pooli
for Into senate received 2fit The Mir
rounding precincts neatly all gavo
Democratic majorities Tho Socialists
pulled only 10 to 20 votes In Rleby con
siderably fewer than In previous jears
C J Call republican nominee for the
leglslutuic was the strongest In Itlcby
oNiin COUNTY
Speclil
Malad Nov i Onelda county has
gone IK public an for the Htato ticket
also Republican for county ofllces with
tho cxcepl011 ° c sheriff and treasuier
Malad has gone Republican with tho
exception of ono eompilsHlonor one
reptesentatlvc shcilfT and treasurer
Tlie couuty clerk and recorder aro run
nlng < clo8c
1
K rou
Stockholm Noy IS Tho Nobel prlro
foiMehomlstry tins been awarded to
Prof Otto Wallach of tho University
MATNsrnEtrr
> i rf ik iii c
ThoJBtorojforlton and Boyj
>
Record Lovers Eagerto Secure
the Songs of This Famous
Organization
r
The DaynesBeebe Music Co Certainly
To Be Congratulated on the Com
pletion of this Great Work
First Shipment Completely Exhausted the First
Day Large Freight Order Arrived
Saturday
Never in tlic history of the famous Tabernacle
Choir lias there been nil thing tran = pire that has
more favorably brought the magnificent work of
the organiation before he public than has the
completion of the records brought out by the Col
unibia Phonograph Co
To think that now it is possible to have the
song of this great body reproduced in your own
home seems almot incredible jet it is true
To hear the thundering tones of tlm great or
gan peal out its melodious tones as an inttodtic i
tion to the vvorks of the malett to later heac
the choir sing thc songs that fairlj set ou ild V
with enthusiasm > <
Vbu tnn almot imagine joti set that great t J
leader Slcjlicns wave hi matrnelic baton to thalr
siiitanly rcsponshe mgmg oiganizition the > >
grcatct choral association in the orld i
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Utah has certainly doni hcraclf proud in being
able to luvcfcrfroniclcd in tiiatoiy the orks > of
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this bodjvof singers which though in time itt
may disband jet its orU shall ever live s V
Now on can liae5n jour own homc ati a i <
nominal cost the sclcctioiib sung by this JxxljO5
We never anti cipntedstich a tiemcndoiio dc j
maiuPfor these iccorda We knew there would
bo ninny hold bufwcrc unableo judge asto tlic
number needed for our immediate demands v > >
Our firat stock was exhausted the day we placed
them on Bale We have hadinsh shipments sent
us and Saturday received one Ihousand nioic M >
lliat wcc m take care of the demand for
net few dajs 4
Ifjou have noi heard these selectioji ciill at11
once We arc playing tlicm all he time ami > >
are sine vott will want the whole et
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Special Selections Now r
On Sale
Oh My Fathei ClioirL
Let the Mountains Sliout for Joj1 Choir f
Iloannah Anthem Choir
Gjpsy Love Song 11 S Ensign and ChoirM1 >
Mun of Uurlech Welsh Air Choir >
Cradle Song Violin and Organ
W E Weihu nnd J J McCIcllan
Gondolieis Organ Solo McCiellan
Tocatta and Finale from Fugue Bach 1 f
Organ Solo J J McCIcllan
Thce rccoid will play on any di e machine In
BO that if you do not own a Columbia yet jott v >
can play the tccorcK on the machine joti have
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Price Extremely Low
We iicvei thought it possible to be able to sell
thuse itcords tit the maivclouslj low piice of 750 Jt1
but through our efFoits with the recording
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pany this piice picvailh and no one should1 hcsi
tale m bujing all of them
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To Those Without V
Machines
If you do not own a machine > on should have
one Tight away We will sell on very easy month 1
ly pamenU the latest tpc machine which will > >
be the means of biinging > ou unbounded joy
i Call and let us show you otu cloganf line of
machines nnd rccoids Remember we enrrythe
largest tock of goods west of Chicago Come
in and let us take caie of jour wants
The only place wheie the Tabernacle Choir
and Organ iqcords can be bought
Price 75c For the Double Record
REMEMBER thpijo me Columbia rccouls lit truest toned and
nio t durable manufactured
SOLD ONLY BY
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Jobbers Columbia Phonographs and Records
THE LEADERS IN EVERYTHING MUSICAL
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Address 45 South Mairi Sti
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