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THE irn SALT gATi LAKE TATfl HEt ALDmDlTSI 1itTTh < WFTT9 cy > AY JULY rtTtv 16 14 1902 iuc 3
IMPROVE MPROVEMENTS MPROVEMENTSBUT 5VEMENTS 5VEMENTSBUT 1 E TS TSBUT
BUT NO NODEPOT DEPOT DEPOTManager DEPOTManager
Manager nager Herbert Maps Out Work WorkFor WorkFor WorkFor
For the Rio Grande GrandeLEAMINGTON Grandet GrandeLEAMINGTON
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LEAMINGTON jEAMlNGT01TP CUTOFF CUT pFFW WORK WORKjfSCONTDTENTAIr WORKSCONTINENTA1 RK RKt RKNSCONTINENTAI
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NSCONTINENTAI jfSCONTDTENTAIr PASSEN PASSENEB PASSENaElt
aElt EB ASSOCIATION ETCLABGED ETCLABGEDOME ENLGED3i iLAfWED iLAfWEDj
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r < OME 3i ct f thp tI ° Improvements to the Rio RioGr Rior
r StJ1E Gr GrcL G < 1 f property whloh Salt Lake Lakehas LakehaS
U has btf lxn l n r looking forward to have haveym hayes
ym D1 stalil s alld for a time J L Mi 11 Herbert11a Herbert
the Rio Grande system systemI
11a nag fl Lit < f
L l I j B j Yard the chief engineer engineeria
ia J the ti city elt it for a short time yes yesiir yesdJ
dJ iir mj mJnlng zIng and left In the after afterir afterI
II II1fr
I 1fr 11 1Irlrt 11 rt C C5fl arne here to Inspect th th1PQrDFnts the
1PQrDFnts flt4 to the Jordan narrows narrowst
a t iff ir now nearing completion completioni
I i any expects to put consider considerJ
I ib j mnv into Improvements on Its ItstLruilgb
J tiauugh tLruilgb t Utah but none of the theY
j A OJ P V j f > wl will receive attention for forsy forI
Jirr rr < t i The trackS of the com coma
I a sy arc bing iig straightened through throughtlip
i r tlip th ti entire system systemof
r i D of u H i next Improvements to be be4K bek
4K k F Fr i I Mr lr Herbert Is to double doubletrails doubleUak
trails lr4 tL between b tween Salt Lake and andjjgaam andglf
jjgaam glf ii Junction This work Is to be beitirtd berutd
itirtd rutd it 1 at once and completed as soon soonThe BoonIJf
IJf The work Is made Im 1mitiv Imti
itiv ti by the fact that business with withsmr withsmnt
smr smnt sin i > TK is growing rapidly and a agf ngl
gf itm amullt T1 uut ttt of switching has to be bejrdtM beI be1iLtC
jrdtM rddhLn have also been Issued for foritam forsIam
I sIam slwvfls sli e1 which will 111 be sent to toayn toLay
Lay La ayn n hill where here the road will be bejtg berford bec
rford c Vl Mr II Herbert said that noth nothIg
jtg nx mor > r > would ould uld be done on the SaUna Salinavuff SaUnaI
I vuff > lT fT r the present after the Utah Utahionsfru UtahI
I t ionsfru nstrulon < tiin 111 company has finished the thewatymll thei
i watymll section on whloh It Is at atfffn ntrr
rr fffn < n engaged engagedKihing ngagedlllr
j jN Kihing N lllr J hf hI h said would be done with witha
a iliit L question for the present at atjdst
jdst 51 < st talt 11t < Lake had a chance to have havea
I a HP ne1 W depot but did not seem to want wantand wantand
and the tli project has been abandoned abandonedm
I m 1 not ilkely Hk ly that the otllclals will do doH doI dc5thng
I 4D1thing soon along this line Mr Mr1Jrbrrt MrL
H 1Jrbrrt < rbtrt gave the Impression that when whentt L
Ii tt depot dc r o question Is again taken up upMil upI u uA
Mil A I LaJif Lai will i1l be more anxiuos than it itsas itas it
I sas as jshfre IX bore borei fore foreDeferring
i Deferring to the Accent rcc nt holdup be beid bei i
i saiJ id that the company has offered a areward award a aaard
reward ward of 600 for the bandits dead o oalive oaliw >
alive L t and he thought that they would wouldf wouldf1n I
f f1n in reach the end oftheir of thetr rope ro He Hesaid Helaid Heud
said that nothing va xas as taken tnk n from the theexpress t e i
1 express car and the mail car was not notnIfsted nolCIf5tld
nIfsted a 1led He believes bell ves that the pas pasMngers pMsengera p
Mngers did not lose over 500 500PUSHING 500PUSHING OO OOPUSHING
PUSHING THE WORK WORKLarge woaicI woaicIarge j jlarge
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large Force OTC of Men Reducing Reducing1ngton Learn IJeamIcgton Learniagton
Icgton Cut CutNew New Bails Expected ExpectedVork ected ectedWork
Work on the Leamington cutoff is isbeing Isbring h
being pushed with unusua unuswit vigor Be Between Bet1ctn BeI ¬
tween 790 OO and 800 00 men nrb ar > at present presenttjDlVyed presentrnpyed presenti I
tjDlVyed yei at the cut andthree and thr three steam steamslmvels steamboY115 steaat i
slmvels it ve3 are at work This keeps ke ps < about aboutI t
250 jfl I damp carts busy and nine engines enginesare a
are IL a employed in the vork The he cut at attiU atI at I
I tiU point is something t terrific rrlfic It is istJtimated IsI h hL a
I tJtimated that over 1000000 cubic feet feetcluith feetd Zecicf L
cluith d Ilrth ztb TV nAil ill have to be removed removedWirk removedrk
Wirk w rk will be commended shortly to tohy tol1yted t ty
hy l1yted y Jteel el rails from Buena Vista to the theict theut
ict ut t a distance of Ubput 1tbout iDut thirtior th1rtF l forty fortyBules tort3aea orty ortyInjes
Bules The company compaD is Isoh changing IlgJng the thel theItl th
Itl I l an along the road and putting in ina ii I
a Jsavier evier rail at Blaok Rock Smith SmithBatch SmithJUrh SmitiLb 1
Batch and Leamlngton hill This work workwn workta I
I wn n completed will give the company companyon r
on c ot o the best roadbeds In the coun coun1DJHTTED countrJ counADLITTED
Z ZADMITTED
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ADMITTED TO TOTsnseontfnentnl MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIPTranscontinental 1rFm HIP HIPinnsconUnentnl
Transcontinental Passenger Associa Association Association Assoclation ¬
tion Largest in the World WorldColorado WorldIQorado WorldIorado
Colorado Iorado Springs Colo Cob July 15 15The 15Thtreat The
Great orthern Oregon Short Line Lineortbern Lineuttbem
Northern ortbern Pacific Oregon Railway C CMigatlQn
Navigation Jgatlon company and the Chicago ChicagoGreat ChicagoI
I Grat Western railroads were today toda r
admitted to membership In the Trans Transrontinental TranslIntinental Transttjnentai
rontinental Passenger association now nowIn nowllfssion noi noiZn
In llfssion itssion here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Transcontinental Passenger as association asIOcIilUon asieiLUon ¬
sociation is now the largest organlra organlratn
tn of the kind numerically and in infolnt Inr Ii I Iat
folnt r lnt at of mileage in the world worldElect worJdElect worldElect
Elect Officers in Enid Enidriathrie Enidathr1e EE1IcIiuthrie
riathrie athr1e O T July 15 15Tho Tho Denver Denveraid Denvexid
1Jud aid Gulf Railroad company a Fris Frisextension
FrisS
1 < I extension held the annual business businessting businessefUng bualnessting S
efUng ting in n Enid and elected several severalctors d evera veral veraltCtors i ietors
ctors as follows Breckenrldge Breckenrldgeaws e ets
aws 1 s and Henry S Ames of St Louis I IEdmund IlIlund
Edmund lIlund Frantz and H E Havens of otLLld 0
LLld E J El L 1 Peckham and 1V V C Rog j jouthrie i ioHlackwell
rrs oHlackwell or and A A G C BIerer of C If Ifibrc I I
outhrie JIHhr ibrc t The officers elected are Breckfh Breck j
fh ruie Jonts Jn president Ed L Peck Peckvke I
hr I vke in I president and general generalmanI man 1
j r Henry Hf > nry S Ames secretary mand and andt anduriT andiIIIr an ant d
t iIIIr uriT t G C C Blerer generalat general generalatF at atrn j °
fcfM rn y F G i Jonah chief engineer engineerSaflroad engineer1ta11road engineerBailread 1
Saflroad Official Official Passes Away Awaywas
nI a was olS received rf > here yesterday of ofth c f fNweli
1Id aUl th II f Newell twel1 Pettee at his home hornI
JAshTari J Ash I avenue OJ enue Chicago Mr Pet Petas Petas Pets
as s i known to the older real realm realyf
tnJI I yf N1t it t Lake
J Aa a passenger passengefl
amc m le agtnt fl he had an extensive ac acU 1
arltarI a7tai 111 < U over the country and a a L
oaa txtrJtnf iHrienc rinc Years ago he was wasKr wa s sI j
E ngr Kr Knt flt of the Michigan Cen Cenrai CenJ Conii I
rai ii > ti t J t and subsequently he be berifd be i iI
< < rifd 4 1 I in the same S me capacity I IPacilic r
i h r n paciac rood > Mr r Pet PetAds
Ads 41 01 brotherinlaw of W J j I Ihy
5 ny hy th > t
assistant a passenger agent ager i t I
ifle Ui 11 Rock jsi Island nd railroad I iI I IJ
J ie C oausv aUSt 4U Vi death I
was parallelsRailroad parallels II
II I
Railroad Notes Notestraveling I IJ i
J i 1 j y nt 1t traveling traveling freight agent agentt ager it h
ISc t 10 J I li patcl1 Was as 11 i ton > yet es esF i i
F iI > a 1 few ho4rsw hourS hourSt hoursL j
L K I Ii j q superintendent of the thes theSfi tl IC 5
s Sfi g i Shurt Irt rt Line dining cur service serviceity senlce1 5 5I
I 1 1lt ity yesterday yesterdayt
t t I In fl gcn general ra superintendent superintendentn it itL t
n L hort Line returned yes yesjx yesi ye 5
< S i his northern trip i iu iTK I
J jx J TK
u rommcrclal agent of the the1V theIS tt ttIs 10 t > i
1V IS In town yesterday and andi I
toi 4 i a Henln veninr ning for his home In
r r
r nlngr commercial agent of
Miwau Uwauhee St Paul rall rallterday rally railtrday
JI y > > < terday to finish up the theVH theit
VH S at it Rock Springs Evans
I aM ar
r Wyoming pl plafces es esI
S
I th the affable and courte
h t the h e B Dgineers n rs department departmentirs
t hrt Une LIn 1 gave awn away several
irs < r5 yesterday ye terda The occasion occasionTy
i w ir 1 Ty TyW I lr W b15 yunS youngest st daughters daughtersSwa
i a Swa l ki l under the auspices of oro
o n < given < hen Sunday to Provo Provot Provopunch
1 r >
tra t punch will be served on onrs ona
4ti J a larg rs turnout is ex exi exn
RI J n i Jhe the occasion of the last lastPS
tckets were sold by the thetlme
j this time It Is expected
j Q T I
S tickets will be sold as
Tp9 t1194o < ofa of a large turnout turnoutlhclr turnoutth
th Wh1 7 Suffer Wi Witi Efadache EleadacheIeta
ear Ieta ltli lose or Shermaaus Headache HcadachI
I ta rid YO of It They are In
r In their effect and
per perttj
hzneas
rm1lS Kefp box In th the ther1
r1 et1rgencJts e They cure ure neu
I 1 it eta13 ttj fb a d 10c 10 a b bQXFor Forsale web sale by
Drac
pomoan nmpany nmpanya
C a 1
han day nt Ealb1r Thursday
I IF FIGHT FOR ELKS ELIfSr HOME Mo 9ME < ME MEi
r f H HAction 1Action
I i iction o
Action A ction of the Grand Trustees TrusteesDoes Trust es esDoes
Does Not r ot Settle the Matter MatterOhio MatterOhio t1atterOhio
Ohio Delegates Determined DeterminedIn
In spite of the fact that the th su supreme supreme sureme ¬
ph preme p trustees of the order of Elks Elksave
pt have h ave confirmed the selection made by
the t he Elks national home committee the theotel
Hotel H otel Bedford Bedford City Ya the theoys
boys b oys from Ohio are coming to the tnegrand thegrand
grand g rand lodge session and reunion in
August A ugust with the firm determination of ofsecuring ofsecurIng
securing s the site for that building
The Th erroneous impression hasgained hasgainedcirculation has gained gainedcirculation
circulation c that the action of the
trustees t is flmU in the matter that
the t he southern city is assured of the
home h ome The
confirmation of the com committees
mittees recommendation recomm ndation which by
the t he way was a general surprise
throughout t Elkdom is but a step in InI
I the th t he transaction which does not neces
I sarlly s carry consummation with it It
Ta The T he grand lodge Is not bound by the
I action a of the supreme trustees which
was w as based upon the favorable report
of o f the home ome committee
The Springfield 0 Elks claim that
they have the most tempting offer in
the t he way of a site that any organiza ¬
tion t ion could wish for and at the
time t will go upon the floor before the
grand g lodge and fight the matter to
the t he end endThe endThe
The Saratoga Springs N Y and the
B Bfi Baltimore MeL delegations will be the
first fi rst to arrive In Salt Lake in attend ¬
ance a nce upon the grand lodge meeting
They T hey are coming early carlYwlth with the in ¬
tention t of staying late latenot not so much
to t o avoid the crowd but to get a good
start s tart In the fight for the next conven ¬
tion t ion city The Xew York boyd will
arrive a on Aug 7 preceded two days daysy
by b y the Oyster City Elks Both are de ¬
termined t to win regardless of otmoney money
or o r trouble No advices have been re ¬
ceived c relative to the probable date of
the t he arrival of the theDes I Des > es Moines la
Elks and those from Louisville Ky
who w ho are also after the 1903 conven ¬ S
tion t ion
tionThe
The Grand Junction Cola Cob Elks will
distribute d fruit by the carload during
the t he convention They have made ar ¬
rangements r to have a carload shipped
Into I nto Salt Lake every day Headquar Headquarees ¬
ters t ees have been secured on Second I
South S outh near the postofflce and from I
there t the various fruits raised in that thatsection I Isedlon
section s of Colorado will be dlstrlb dlstrlbuted distrJbuted
uted u ted with a lavish hand The Grand
Junction J Elks have written that they
will bring with them the famous Col Columbine ¬ S
umbine band bandJoseph bandJoseph
Joseph Fanning of Indianapolis Ind Indsecretary Indsecretary mdecretary
secretary s to the grand trustees has haswritten haswritten
written Captain F F Stoll that he has hasevery hasevery
every e very reason to believe that the Salt
Lake grand lodge and reunion will be
t the h largest In the history of the order
He He makes that prediction upon infor information Information informatiori ¬
mation which he has received from L Lodges
lodges l geS all over ver the country
The Ouray OUr Colo Cob delegation will m mprdbaby S
prdbably p win the prize for the the most mostexpensive mostexpensive
expensive e uniform It will cost 50 i
apiece a wholesale The lodge will come comenlmost
almost a in a body traveling In special spec1LLlullman S
Pullman ullman sleepers sleepersThe sleepersThe
The Kentucky Elks will 111 greatly re resemble resemble reS ¬ S
semble s The Two Little Girls in Blue Blu S
Every Elk from that state will wear
tc the t he same kind of uniform It will be becut becut beut S
cut c ut along military lines resembling a aatigue
fatigue f uniform and made of blue bluecloth bluecloth t
cloth c apropos of the commonwealth
the t he Blue Grass State The buttons buttonswill button3wlll buttontwill
will be goldplated with an elk head headon headon I
on each eachThe cachoThe eachThe
o
The Perfect Liver Medicine MedicineIrs MediclneMrs
Mrs M A A Jolley Noble O T writes r1tcs
I have used Herbine for a number of ofyears at atyears f fyears
years and can cheerfuly recommend I
It i t as themost the most perfect liver medicine medicinennd medicineand
and the greatest blood purifier 1 It is isa It C Crnedicine
a xnediclne of positive merit and anc I
fully accomplishes all that Is claimed I
for it It Malaria cannot ca not find a lodg ¬
ment in the system while the liver is it I In
In I Ii n perfect order for one of its functions funictioms
Is i s to prevent the absorption of fever feverproducing feverproducIng S Sproducing I
producing poisons Herbine is a most mostefficient mostefficient
efficient liver regulator 50c at Z Z C
M I
I c I IShoes
Shoes at Half Bargain Prices PricesZ Pric s sZ
Z C M I Clearance Sale week
com commencing cornmencing ¬
mencing Monday July Jul 14 14Brighton 14Brighton 14Brighton
Brighton Besort BesortFor BesortFor
For information on this famous Iam ut S I
health resort call at H DInwoodeys 3
furniture store storeC storeC
C E ANGELL Manager ManagerWEEKLY ManagerWEEKLY
1 1WEEKLY
WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN BULLETINSection BULLETINSection
Section Director Murdoch urdoch in his hisweekly hi hiweekly
weekly crop bulletin dated July Jul 15 15sns ii
says The week ended July Jul 14 14opened Hopened 1 4 4opened
opened cool coo but closed quite warm I I
The average temperature was one or ortwo o I Itwo
two degrees below normal On the th e I Imorning
morning of the 9th heavy frost in prts prtsof plrtsot a
of t Morgan Summit Wasatch and Mil 1
lard counties did consldrable consld < rable damage e I Ito
to corn potatoes and other tender r I
plants No rln of any nn consequence consequenceoccurred consequenceoccurred e eoccurred 1
occurred The weather conditions were weregenerally wer e egeneraliy
generally favorable for crop growth growthThe growt 1 1The
The harvesting of wheat has begun begunThe begunThe I IThe
The second crop of lucern has done e j j
fairly well and is being cut in some some10oaUties som e 1
localities Sugar beets ts corn potatoes a aand I Iand i Iand
and oats contnue in good condition I ITomatoes I
Tomatoes are beginning slnnlng to ripen Rasp 1 Iberries
berries continue plentiful and apricots S Sare i iare
are getting ripe ripeDr ripeDr I
Dr Sanfords Liver Invigorator InvigoratorThe
The best Liver Medicine A A Vegeta Vegetable Vegethble ¬ I
ble Cure CU for Liver Ills Biliousness in Indigestion L Ldigestion ¬
digestion Constipation Com t1pat1on Malaria MalariaPAINT
4 C CPAINT
PAINT SCHOOL HOUSES HOUSESThe j I
The committee on buildings and androunds an angrounds S
grounds yesterday morning awarded awardedthe awardedthe
the bids for calcimining and painting paintinthe g
the various public school houses housesthroughout is isI
throughout the city as follows Web Webster Webster I
Wetii
ster school calcimining H H J Maiben MalbenCo MaibeCo ii
Co 34375 3 375 Lowell school painting paintingoutside 1
outside of building Salt Lake Paint PaintIng PaintJng I
Ing Advertising company com pan 139 for forcalcImining Ic Iccalcizuining in
calcimining the inside of the building buildingHill bulldJIlbHm buildin
Hill Collis 34S varnishing the same sam 5 i t tHlll
Hill Collis 108 Washington school schoolCalcJmlning 1
calcimining Isaac Langton Son 5SO oS oSand O Onnd j jand
and four drinking fountains in the theIame ii
iiI
same building George G Doyle DO le 5114 5114Jackson l1 l1I I
Jackson school calcimining H J JMalben I I
Maiben Co 4S5 Grant school cal calcimining calclmhJng ca I
cimining Maiben alben Co 439 Banal Hamilton Banalt I ¬ J Jton
ton school calcimining Maiben Co Ccaee t I Itee
80 tee Union school SCh 001 constructing contructin stairs stairsWestern stir stairWestern
Western Expanded Expd d Metal Met company compy
650 6 and railing ralng for stairs stir same sme school schocCrager choolCrager I
Crager Iron Wire I works 343 i
An A Eg1tS Eiginter5 ngint < ws JB Eut st Boa BoaAn BU BUA
An A engineer enineer on 01 O one of the roads rads en entering enterr en I ¬
enif
tering here ber in shaking 1 klng last night of offast ofast if
fast terr ast ruas r rUfl said sad Although Atoug my m machine machineU Caclne CaclneI machisS IC
U not slow 10 oacfr oac U l let t a cold cld get six sixrour si el S x
I
rour hotira oun the te start strt of me and my maohln maohlnconstantly mlrhl i
cry is na match for It It I have tor torI fc fcan in
j rear years eJ I kept a btte bottie of f Kemps Balsa Balsacnstnty Balsat an
i
I constantly cnstnty In rny I cab cb and when a acough acuh
cough cuh or cold rein r a start strt of this thisstandard tM tMi th thstandard I
i standard ltndd remedy rmey it is indeed Inded a cold cld cldI aol
day day Pic Price 2c 25c ad and 50c c For se sale by byC t t4ha 17
I C 4ha h ri r OM Tru nrnnn nrnnnOflEMIAN mN mNlBO S
lBO lBOIOHEJAN
IOHEJAN IOHEJANht OflEMIAN OflEMIANp
ht p eP e id Spakbi oWd oWdt
t 0 OJ7 tth t Ord eewexySt fr frB iS L LR Lo LoOrd
R M GaaeT Hx3CT C Cpay > ay J
I
I NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE STAT
ARE RE BUILDING FENCES FENCESThe
The T he Stalwarts Stalw rts Are Forming For Forthe
the Political Poltcal Line Lineup Lne Lneup ¬
up upJ upEphrim
J Ephraim Ephrim July uly 15 15A 15A A little Ute excitement ectement ectementI S
i was w as injected iet into the election of super
Intdndeht IntDdent i iY of schools chool tar fr cleton this is county supr here
yesterday Y 8teda by b the announcement aOUD ant cunt that bal S
I < < lots lo l ots had been bn printed and ap circulated tht
thruht t throughout the te county eonty pnte bearing bering the name nameof
of o f George Geore Christensen Chrittle who was defeated
by b y 1 vote ot at the nonpartisan convention
at nonpartan S Ss
As A A AS s the result of the election cnvnton A L Lan
te eecton A
B sen en n of this thi city ct received a majority majoriy of ofearly S
nearly nely n 300 3 in lnthe the county count recve
> The fight fght for the Kepubllcan epubUc nomination S
for f or state stte senator in this tis county is being
bIng
waged waed w aged vigorously vigoroUly by friends tJend of at least lest lestI
S two t wo of the thccndldal candidates and ad your Uncle
Ferd F Fe erd Alder Ade the third tud contestant cntestt Is busily buly
I engaged engse e in sawing zwtng wood The withdrawal L
woo
of o f President Peident Lund of Mt t Pleasant Pleaant in
favor f avor of W D Candland gave rise to
Candld rJs
the t he report reprt that tt Mr Candland gve would come
I I I down d own to te the county convention with the
I vote v ote ot Mt Pleasant conventon wit
vl Mt Peant in his hi gripsack grpsaek bu bul
later l ater developments deveJopment indicate that there are i ireakej
tat tere
S breakers broaker b reakej ahead ahed for Mr Candiand C nd F C
I Jensen Jense J ensen vice president of the Mt t Pleasant Pleat
j bank bnk b ank big sheep owner and stalwart stlw rt Re RepubUcanslnce
S publican pubUcanslnce p ph since the te division on party lines lne
has h as been constructing contucbng a few fences him
n ence
j 1 i self sel S elf and it i appears that tat he has most of
the th e boys bo who appars usually uually reach rech the persim
prim primmons
raons i during the county conventions lined linedp I
up u p within wlt ln his hs enclosure enclosur conyentons Jensen ensen is i a a
successiul SUCCestul s business man
busInes ma very popular
with w ith the boys bysnot boysnot not the ver court urt populaxi house i
combination comblnntonnd c ch ombinationand and its a safe guess that
he h e will wil land the prize unless unle se a ges dark horse tat
steps step s teps in who can cn unite unte the te factions factons
Aimed Ahr Dahl Dah of this tis city has ha announced I
himself hlmsl h as a a candidate for renominatlon rnominaton I
for f or county commissioner cmIssioner and he will I
term term t pt probably probbly p erm ermReuben be b given a chance chac for a a second eond witI I
Reuben Christensen Chrstenen of Gunnlson Gunlon is I It
spoken s of to succeed Commissioner Met Metalf
succee Commisioner
calf clf c alf who wants want to represent represet Sanpete Sapete in it L
the t he legislature
Fred Frd leglature leglatureFrd Jensen ensen of Mt Pleasant Plent for the sen
ate a te J M Hansen of Ephraim EphrIm and ad W11 V11 Wil1am
llam lam 1 Metcalf Metclf of Gunnison for the house houe i
of o f representatives representatves will wl come near being
the t he Republican RepubUcn lineup Uneup for the ner legislative legilatve legislativeattle beinii i
battle batte battePR b
PREPARING PR G TO CELEBRATE CLRT
Provo Pvo P rovo Has Has Prepared Pepared an a au Elaborate ElaborateProgramme Elaborte ElabortePogame
Programme Pogame For Pioneer Pionee Day DayPro DayProvo
Provo Pro July uli 13 15The 11The The following pro programme proramme ¬
gramme gmme g has b been en arranged arrnged ior or the 21th 24h L
of o f July celebration cdebrtln
Hoisting Hoistng flag at It sunrise and nd salute of orgns o n
guns gns g uns by the te national natonal guard gard ringing meet 1eet meetag
ing l ag house bell bel at S oclock oclock ringng as notice for forcitizens forcitzens t
citizens citzens c to assemble at court curt house at al I
830 S ld forming parade In the folowing following or
der d er Commencing commen cing at court house corner
First Firt East Ear and Second Send South streets street
thence t west wet to Academy Acdemy aVenue thence thencenorth i
north n to Center Centr street steet down Center Centerstret r
Se street stret S to Fifth Fft West Vest and return rtur to tab ta
crnacle e racle The procession will wl be formed ror I 1
In i n the following foloWIg order orde by Marshal arshal of the tb a
Day L L E Eg Eu Egsgntsen prtsen ren and aides aide Car Cr
Columbia pioneers pIonee and ad members member of o I
Mormon battalion batalon in carriages crriages ladies of 0
1SJ7 IH 1 st in carriages carge float oat representing reproetng Utah 1
In i n 1847 train n of J wagons n representing e Utah U f
as a s 1f it was Juvenile band wagons s and andcarriages ant antarriages
carriages criage c representing rep e ntng Utah as 3 It I is twen twentfour
tyfour tfour t young ladies wih with escorts ecor on ot I 1
horseback horeback h ecclesiastical ecclesiatcl authorities authorte in incarriages Incariages ii n narriages i
carriages cariages c consisting cQnslstng of presidency of ofstake ofaJm o
stake s take aJm high council l patriarchs bishops bishopsand S Sand
and counselors 10 and ministers mlI ihi of various gR 5 1
denominations dfnommaUon d state stte county cunty and city cityofficials ct ctotclas dt
officials otclas in carriages cariages relief society 5cJety in incarriages incriage it a 1
carriages criage martial martal band Indian war warveterans wa
veterans G A R veterans company cmpany of ofnational otnational 0 0national
national guard gard representations representtons or music musicpast musicpst musicpast
past pst and present preont Sunday schools of the thevarious thevaous thevarious
various vaous wards rs with old and d new ew banners bannersThe
The following programme will bo car carrjed
ned r through h at f tho t tog og tabernacle commenc comnasacug commencing o oing
ing l ug at 10 oclock oClok President David John Johnpresident Johnpresident
president of the day dl
Singing tabernacle taberacle choir prayer pra er by the lhechaplan thechaplain thechaplain
chaplain chaplan O H Berg ntroductorv ntrductor re remarks remark
marks mark by b the te president pr hIen of or the day dy music muic
by b the old ld time te band oration orationJohn orton
John E Booth Both music mwlc Juvenile uveUe band bandX bandploner
ploner pioneer spece speeches by William YJIa Farre Farrer and
N C Murdoek lutoek vocal ocal selection seecton Boehard Boshardpyne
Pyne Bros Brs Quartttte quattte sentiment sentment S Ss
B Jones Jone Ladles Ldle of 47 7 Mrs lr Klecta I1ect Bul Bullock ul ullock ¬
lock l hymn O Ye Mountains Mountins High Highchoir Highchoir
choir ana a assembly asembly Mormon Battalion BattalionMyron Battlon Battlonyn
Myron yn Tannea Tanne musical musicl selection selecton Dar Dardb
tons db band toasts on and sontlments m t song
Hard Times Come Again r No More MoreWilliam I J
William Wiiam J Strong Stng chorus cbors by assembly aembly aemblynrthpm
arthem nrthpm chaplain by the choir coi benediction beneicton by the te tecbaplan thechaplain
cbaplan cbaplanAl
Ail Al committees commites Are requested ruote to meet met metat
at tho court house Thursday Tursday evening
July 17 1 at 8 oclock oclockPASSED odock odockPASSE
S PASSED PASSE OFF OF QUIETLY QUIETLYThe QUTLY QUTLYThe QUIETLYThe
The School Scool Election Eecton at ITanti Mat Called CalledOut CalledOut
Out a Pair Fai Vote VoteSlant VoteMant VoteManti
Slant Mant July uly 15 1Te 15The The school election electon held heldand heldn
In n this city yesteray yesterday wa was a quiet afair afaira affair
and a not only here but throughout thrughout the thecounty thecunt thecounty
county cunt considering cnsiderng the many mny reports reportsafloat
afloat afoat about George Christensen Cbrstesen of ot Mt MtPleasant MtPleasat
Pleasant Pleasat being in the race rce for the te posi position positon position ¬
tion ton of county cunty school scool superintendent sptendent It Itwas Itwa
was wa difficult dlftcult to convince cOlwlnc some of our ourpeople
people g his p name that ato atoMb to Mr Mb be Christensen used Asttns in this 1 1oo would connection connectionafter oo e allow allowhis g gaCer
after aCer the action acton of the county count conventionand cnventon cnventonad convention convenUonand
and ad after ater the welt wel known kow fact that he hemoed
moved that the selection selecton of the successful succeful successfulcandidate
candidate cndidte Mr Larson Lsen be made unanl un unanimona anl
mous but after afe the returns retur were made madeknown
known they th were wer convinced nvlne that tat Mr MrChristensen
Christensen had friends frends who gave him himall
all al the support suppr that tat could culd be induced gve to tocome toCone
come Cone out to vote for him him Some kind kindfriend nd ndfriend
friend of the Mt t Pleasant Pleasant man sent set a ashort ashort
short article aricle to The Heralds West Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple street 5t ctcnteporr contemporary stating that Mr MrChrstensen
Christensen Chrstensen would refuse to qualify qualifyshould QuaU qualifyshould
should he be elected and still stl his friends friendsfrom friendsfrom
from both political polticl parties parte insisted Inisted on
his bl election electon which whch seems ses very ve peculiar peculiarand peculir peculirand peculiarand
and almost brought brou ht out a cry of church curh
C
Influence Inuen c as a Mr 1r Christensen Chrtense is a mem membr meanber
ber br of the presidency preidency of tho north Sa San I Ipete
pete stake Influential Infueta men me in t this tis city citystated ciy ciystated citystated S
stated last night that tat very ver likely Ike1y this thiswould thiswould thiswould
would be b the te last lat nonpartisan nonpara school schoolelection schol scholeleton schoolelection
election eleton as a the te sentiment sentent of the te people
by their ter balloting baloting showed showe that ta they were werenot
not entirely entre1y satisfied tstled with wih one candidate candidateIn candidateI wer I
In the field fQld It I was wa na no little Ute surprise surrs to toRepublicans toReJublcs toRepublicans I
Republicans ReJublcs here to learn le that thatledl leading
leadingS
Fairview Republicans RepubUcs gave ge their strength strengthto S
to the Mt t Pleasant Pleatntman man and they will willprobably S Sprobably
probably prbbly learn lear their thei fate te at the te coming coming1county comingcounty
county couty convention conenton when the plums will wJ
be b distributed distributedLewis dltrlbutr distributedLewis
Lewis Anderson Aderon was the only onl name nameplaced nae naeplace nameplaced
placed place on the blackboard blackbard at the te volts 1ols for forthe Corthe foxthe
the position psiton of school trustee ttee and he was wasagain wasagain
again agin elected to lhatOf lhltoff thatoffICe Jlee t which he has hashonorably hashonorably
honorably hnorbl filled fUe for several severl terms termsThe ters termsThe
The committee cmmlt selected lete to prepare for a acelebrton a aS
celebration celebrton of Pioneer PIoner day Is prepe as a follows followsGeorge roUows S S
George Gere E E y Bench Bech Andrew Petersen Peteen W S Sa
B a Lgwry G A A Iverson Ieron P A Poulsen PoulsenEsther Poulse PaulsenEsther
Esther Ether Andersto Anden Jane Bench Minerva MinervaMcAllister MinervaMcAllister Inen InencAlster
McAllister cAlster and ad Orissa Orsa Merriam erra This Thiscommittee Th3 Th3commite Thitcommittee
committee commite intends Intend arranginc rngiJ a well wel se se ¬
lected lecte and appropriate approprite programme progim to t be berendered berender berendered
rendered render in the te tabernacle tbrace in I the te morn
ing and to get up some pleasing pleaIng features featuresfor featuresfor
afternoon afternoonA aferon for the amusement uuemetot of the te children chdre in the thoafternoon theaferon I Iafternoon
A party prty will w1 begiven ogien in the Assembly
te
hall hal Friday Frlda evening < enng in honor Asembl of John JohnBubler ohn
Buhler who leaves leves his home here her next nextTJTAS net
Sunday many for a a two yc years mlon mission to Ge Ger Germany
TJTAS TA tEN MN JOSSIUG JOSSIUGStarted MSIG MSIGStd MIsSmaStarted
Started Std Prom Fm Wyoming WYmg But Never NeverHeached Nevr NevrB NevenBeached
Beached B aced Home HomeProvo Home HauteProvo
Provo Pvo July IF 1 1SLeo Lee Stewart Stew of Benja Benjamin Benjamin Benjatam ¬
min tam Is anxious an1ous to t hear her from anyone onone who whocan whocn whecan
can cn give gl Information Inforaton of his hs rather raUer Joseph I
Stewart Stewart and his brother brtler WlUord Wior Stew Stewart Stewr oseP ¬
art r They left Mountain tountln View Wyo for ro
Utah July ulv 3 with a bunch bunc of ot horses hone ana anashould I Ishould
al
should have arrived atrlv d here he about six l days daysago das dasaso I Iago
ago and ad their ther relatives relaUe fear fer that they the
havo met with It foul play pIa Some of the
horses hore wer were branded brndpd S on the tn left thigh thighand thh thhand thigland te
and some K In a a circle crcle on left shoulder shoulderJoseph shoude shoulderJoseph
Joseph Ofph Stewart Stewar Is 4 i years yer of al age 5 fee fe
10 inches Inche In height belght dark d rk hair hai blue eves evesheavy ee
heavy hean pounds poundsWiliord punds sandy sdy mustache mUltchc weighs wegh 175 1 to 1S5 1S5pounds 1S liipounds I
Wiliord Wlior is Js 24 t years ear of age light lght hair hairvluc hnrlul
asa hnr
vluc lul 1oc eyes e smooth shaven shae height 5 feet feetinches fet fetiches feelthebes L
inches iches weighs wehs about abot ISO lS pounds poundsA pund pundA poundsA
A DESTRUCTIVE DESTUC PJBE PJBEJrrvs ITRErlys E En
Jrrvs n rlys Accidentally Acdently AccideutailySet Set Pire Fi to Dry Dr r rGrass
Grass Grs Which Wc Rsaches ce Timl Tb Titniber TitniberCsUe > er erCastle
Castle te Gate July uly 13 leteay aYesterday Testerday morn mornns mor mornag
ns n whUe some boys bs were wer herding herin trows trowsip owt owtp WS WSIP
ip p Bear Bar canyon cron about abut a mile mie above abve town lOw
they the accidentally aoidenty set fire to the dry grass
through thru letting 1ettng a pine pie stick stc te fall fal dr to g the thetectins te teg1nc thegrornel
g1nc grornel fm from whIc which t thOy y had b been cot
tectins teti gnrg gl The burning burng grass grs ignited Igie I Ithe
the brush brt which whic spread sprd to t the te Umber Umberand lb Umberand
and In a very v tow xnimites mte the cause cansoaside cnon t tside
side was in i a a blase btte The lbe h moke from I
the te fire nr toon Orce reached town twn hind d there was wasconsiderable t tcoasidemblc
considerable cnsldeble exclteaient xleet for uwhila whlI until nt unit I
the cause cns was wa ascertained aane Tte Xfl The fire con cn
tinned te throughout tUhou the te day dy aad a last ttngt sight t
I to toI bur burn flcrely fiercely but tnlsh tonight the there e Urn Urnt a aI
i but bu t the embers eor left lef the he e fire harmS harmSached
I I reached re reCa ached the top of the 10uWI mountain Th ThetUe Tho Thottle
i f cattle etUe Ca Cadr ttle were wee not Injured inJure for th te they boys boysdrove bys bysdV bOYSove
a fa drove dV dr drs ove them from frm It yet it was a a n badly badlyscared bndY bndYscred badlycared
scared scred s lot of boys b who ho came cae to town ton yea yeaterday ya yearday
f terday te rday morning mornln to inform in r the te peopleT peopleTResult veo people le leBet
Result Bet in i Davis Davs County CountyKajaviHe Cout CountyKayeville
KajaviHe 1vle July u1y 15 1l 15In In the election electonr electonrtruts of oftrustees ofustees
trD trustees truts tr trI ustees for the Eighth Eghth school sehol district dlsletor dlsletorDavi of ofDavis
Davis Davi D avis county cunt there thEre were two candidates cadldate candidatesW
I R W Barnes and E E E Ellison Ellon fdr dr Jhe Jhetreeye the thethreeyear thereeyear
11 threeyear treeye th reeyear term ten the te former t1r being baos boIu elected elIe eiectedy
t by y n a ballot ot 10 iee t to 91 Thee There wo wore three threenididates
candidates ra didates for the oneyear term termvote ter Ja Jzunbs JzunbsElUson s
te oneyea
j E B Elson ElUson E B E B Elion Ellison ad and Ger GeorgeW GeorgeWebster eW eWWebter i
Webter W ebster t th latter being elected by a avte ate
v vote vte vo te of 13 10 to 72 for James mes E eee Ellison Elson sad nd sadfor J
2 a 2 for E E E E Ellison Elsn EllisonIn = I IIn
In fee election of county superintendent superintendentof
Infe eleto cunt
of < j the public publc schools ecooI E E M M spntenet spntenetof Whitesides Whitesidesof WhIWdes WhIWdesor WinitesidesLayton
0 of Layton Lyton was wa elected electd by a larger la ma majority maJort manity ¬
jority Jort jo i nity Hubert Hubrt C C Burton Buron was the te other otherman otheran
r man m an running runningDouglas I
Douglas u Phillips tilPS the son l0n of Thomas H HPhillips HPlps Hhillips
i Phillips Plps P of this place plac had hd his hi heel heelpower beel beelcrshed heelushed
c crshed cr ushed yesterday while tendn tendings n hore horse horseOwer
power p p Ower at the cannery canneryness canner Through hrou h celes careless carelessess
pwer c ness ne ess the lad got his hI fi fii loot ot cuJht ught In te teI the thegs
i c cogs co gs and had 21 1 not been for his hi hisreams j
j s srams sc scS reams It Is ha probable tv ble that vi via bs his nrfenla whole 10 10j leg legI legould
pr
j S T would w ould have bclen ben been crushed cr hed Dr Gleason GlenOn Is Iscaring JScring s sring
caring cring ea ring for him himj hm S
I j hmEphr Ephraim Ephr Notes NotesEhrm NotesEpnralm
I Ephraim Ehrm July 15 1oesor l5ErQfesaor Processor duff Cluf duffe of ofthe
i t the th e Brigham Young oung academy acdemy at atrovu atrovuj Provo Provoi Provoelivered
i delivered d an Interesting Iteet lecture on the thei theSout theouth
i t E South Sout S outh American Aercn expedition epeiton conducted conduct un1 un1der un under uner
c der d er the auspices of the academy acdemy The Thei ThemfeUng Theeeting
i S i meeting mfeUng m eeting house houte was WS well wel filled fie with wih pea peopie p peae
I pie ple pI e who appeared appared to enjoy the lecture letura leturav lectureery j ji
i very v > ery much muchThe i
< The e funeral lserc services of Orson Oron H Paul Paulsen Pauli
i a sen en the te young younma man who was wa drowned drownednear dwned dwnednear trownedear
i near n ear Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy a few days ago agowre were wereeld
I I held h eld In the te tabernacle tabracle yesterday yctedt Nearlyevery Nearly NelY NelYeve icarlyvery
I e every eve very person peron In the city elt turned tur d out to t toay i
1 I pay py p ay their teir last tribute of respect respet to the thel theecaae
I l c deceased deae d ecaae and Rd show shoW their telempat sympathy for forthe fore
i the th e griefstricken giefstricken parents parent The he young youngman youngma youngan
I c man ma m an was well known kow here be and nd < was as a 1 gen general genral ¬
e eral erl ral favorite favorte with the te youn young people p ople gn His Hisuntimely Bi Hisntimely
I um t untimely untmely u death eath was va a shock to tho com community communl cornunity ¬
t munity munl m unity
Peter Peterson Ptron and the men who were wereworking wereI wereorking
t working w wo with wih him on the Leamington Ieam fn ton cut cutoff culoc cutft
I c off oc o ft came cmo home yesterday yeterday Mr Peterson Petersonwho Peteron Peteronwh Petersonho
who wh w ho had a a contract cntt for contct1n constructing a asection acton aection
a section S Sci cton of the grade Gade says sys the men con concluded cn cnI conuded ¬
j I c cluded ci uded they were not makingenough and anddecided anddeIded andecided
c decided deIded d to t quit q it the Job Mr Petesn Peterson will willendeavor wU willndeavor
j endeavor enceaor e eb to raise another crew crw and ad gp goack
back b ack and finish the Job g
I This city cty will wl celebrate celebrte Pioneer Poneer day this thisyear tblsYer thisear
year Yer Y Ya ear Committees Cmmites have be been n appointed appointedand appoInte appointednd
and a nd are now at work arranging arrnging for a agood agood aood
good g ood oldfashioned oldfashione celebration celebrationMotion celebrtion celebrtionMoton celebrationNotion
Motion Moton For New Trial Ta Overruled OverruledSpecial Overe OvereSpecial OverruledSpecial
Special to The Herald HerolaICephl Herd
Nephl July uly 15 111 15Itt In the case ce of the state stateagainst stte stteagainst stategainst S
against a an J T R HIckman the motion moton for a anew aI aew
new n ew trial tral was today overruled overled and ad the theefendant e edefendant
defendant d was wa sentenced setenced to one year in inthe Inthe inhe
I the t he penitentiary pelenUay A A certificate cerifcte of prob probable prb prbable probble
able a ble cause cuse for appeal was wa signed sged by the thecourt theI theourt
court cur c ourt and the defendant was admitted to toail
I I bail bal b ail in I the te sum of 1200 pending the te ap appeal 1P npeal
peal p eal Four cases cse viz BullionBeck BullionBecki BulonBec BullionBeckbamplon
i Champion Chpion C Mining company compan vs vs Gemini GeminiMining GeminiMining Geminiining
Mining M ining company BullionBeck BulonBeck Cham ChamI Chamlon
plon p lon Mining 1nlng company cmpay vs Eure Eureka Hill HillMining HU Hillining
Mining 1lnlng M ining company cmpany Eureka Hill nU Mining MiningS Miningompany Ining
I company c vs v BullionBeck BulonBeck Champion S
Mining M ining company Gemini Mining Miningcom Miningcomany com comi om omi
i pany p any vs VB BullionBeck BulonBec Champion Chapion Min Miiiag
i ing l ag company cmpan ivere vere by stipulation stpulaton referred rfered rferedto referredo
to t o Judge P L L I Williams Williamsas Vll as referee efere
Judgment Judgent was given Laura Lur Laurabee Laurabeeagainst Lulabee Lulabeeagnt Laurabeegainst
I against agnt a the Mount gven Nebo Neb Land Lnd Irrlga Irg irnigaon
tlon ton n on company cmpmy C E Nellson Neison Ut t ux for fori foramount
5 692 amount aount of note not J75 75 attorneys atoreys fees feesand fee feesnd
i and a nd costs cst of suit suitWithout suit suitWithout
Without Wihout opposition oppositon Oliver OI1r Christiansen ChrIstne Christiansonas
I I was w as elected superintendent of schools o or ouab
Juab J uab county coun and Thomas Toma Belliston BeUston trug t tnn tnnee
i i tee t ee of NephI school district dUct No 2 and ani andartin
Martin M atn artin Nellson NeUsn Loran
A ATI Incipient Icpiet Blaze BlazeRichfield BlazeIchfe1d
Richfield Ichfe1d July 15 IsFJr Fire e this morning
at a ao t about 4 oclock ocock destroyed destroye a small smnl porn ban narnn
on o n the place plac of Lester Lster Hotomn in oils
Holan
1 city clt c ity and ad occupied OCOUPe by Arthur Arhur Baker Bker tl1 Cltim bis bisI
I fm fire f ire had evidently cvJdecty started strted yesterday laos indni In InI laosanure
i manure m anure heap and smoldered moJdere yestrdai all al night una un
nIslt
til tl i ll It came ce in contact contct with the barn brn Th ThI The j jabsence
I absence absnce a of wind wnd saved sve the town tow froma fromaserious frm from a aJ aerious
J serious sdous s conflagration cnfagton The loss lo will nor norexceed nof nofece S Sexceed
exceed ece S75 S75The U 5ThThe w1
The gambling gmbUn fraternity ftrt at KImberley
1 are a re beginning be < n to think this Is a hard bargi
ts 1 a
i cruel crel c ruel world orld Ever since sinc KJmborley Jiyi b been
been bee b een a camp cmp of C any consequence coneuenetj EJmble Tgatea rsl ii
biers bIe b lers have hv openly conducted conducte their th r games
of o f chance in i the saloons saoons Recently Reen y a aparty aarty
party paty p arty opened up a complete gambling es esablishment
tablishment tbUsment t tS The he county count attorney attorne of ofj 1
j I S Pluto thought It i about time tmc to t put the thereaks
> i breaks b bI and put
brnk on has ha sent notice notce that all nilambling
j I gambling gbln g must cease ce at once ncc or prosc
cutions cutons c utoas will w1 follow Col ow Some Sme take tke the te prs prscutons ukasa u userJoush ukaeersoualy
I I seriously s while whie others othes are inclined IncUne Inclinedaee TO
see ee If l he really real means me it It The present t tefet
> efiect efet < e of the warning wag h has been b n to prc make
the gambling be conducted less openly
te gbUng b cnducted les
but there tere will v11b be a a lively time belore It
Uve tme bt0relt
Is I i s entirely entrel closed clo In the camp campThe cunphe campThe
The he Result Jsut in i Cache Cch County Cut
Logan Logn July uly 1 1Retur Returns from from the te va varfril v
rfril rous n ious z Tr vr precincts lTrr nct tej ftf oC tHft the CUIty county vmn as f to the thevote thevote lA lAi
I i yf1 vote cstA1 cst cast 1n yesterdayselection yesterdays eteys eleUon election Returns Returnsj Returnsrom
S from f rom foureen fourteen precincts give Thomson
j Dem 5S6 5 and an Anderson pemctGe derson Step ep < SS
I Thomsons election eleUon Is pretty prettywel well ell ns nssured assured
sured The vote was ws very ver light lght and but buti
1 i i for f or Indifference indernce and apathy upty among aong Demo Democrats
crats crt Thomsons majority would have
been bee a at least leat 500 500j 5 rIO rIOThe maorty
j j The divorce case of George e Hodjjes Hodcz vs vsmanded
S Sarah 1 Hodges d In which Ic Iceth eth the ep p plaiimff t J JmaDded do donanded
manded maDded i a a separation separton because bcuse of his wifes wIfe1
i > crueity was dismissed this
crety dismIsed thi morninc moring upon uponplaintiffs uponplanttCs uponplainUufs
plaintiffs planttCs motion moUD a compromise comprmise having
S been ben effected eoo whereby w l6 the husband huand agrees
to give 10 his hi spouse another aoter trial tl and she shepledges sheple ehepledges
pledges ple e herself henEf to bridle brdle her tongue and andto
tonge anl
S poses pog to t use ue only the frying frng pan pn for culinary culn pur purposes purpog purposes
President Prident W H H Lewis Lwi of the te Benson Bensonstake Benon Benonstke Bensonstake
stake stke came cme down from his home in Low Lowston
Lw
iston 1ton i this morning lie reported rporled the de destruction destrcton destruction
struction strcton by fire fre yesterday etey of 120 lO acres acresof
of grain gaIn belonging to him and situated Ituate In
Trenton Trnton A spark spk from a locomotive locomotivestarted locmotve locomotivestarted
started sted the blaze blaz and before blor it could be bechecked
checked avon ovo 2500 25 bwhel bushels of grain had hd
been Jaln
ben destroyed destroyedPHOVO detoed detoedPROVO S
PHOVO NEWS N NOTES NOTESProvo NOTS NOTSh NOTESFrovo
Provo 15 l5iude Judge Marloneaux will
July u u e
hear h r the e case of o the h Lilly Mining g compifly compiflyvs p
vs Ralph Rlph Kellogg Kelog In the Fourth Fourt district districtcourt dltr districtcourt t tcour
court cour Monday MondayThe onday ondayTbe S
The partnership varthlp existing est between betee J F
Gates Gate and Moroni Snow in the furniture furniturebusiness furniturebusiness
business busines has ha been be dissolved dIsolvcd Mr Scow Scowwill Snowwi Sfl9wwill
will continue the furniture business
wi contnue te Curnture bunes buneslr
Mrs lr Susa Y Gates who is i10W now in inEuropa InEurpa inEurope
Europe Eurpa where she went to attend atend the theconvention tbecorenton theconventoa
convention corenton of the International Inteatonl Council Councilof CouncU1 CouncU1ot
of Women Women will wU remain rmn till tl after at the core coronation coreuation ¬
nation naton ceremonies cemone of King KngEdwrd Edward VII VIIChief eILChief
Chief MosteratArms ateratAm F Josepnson Josephon VIj U US US US
S X was w In Provo Pv today tcy to t arrange ag for foropening foropening foropening
opening a recruiting reruitng office offce here her to t enlist enlistmen enit enlistmen
men and ad boys bO for the te United Unite States State navy navythe na naTe I
Te The offc office w1 will be opene opened i ed te the room over overthe I
the postofflce p0tofCc on the to 17th 1 1with 1th 15th ad and 19 Dth Dthwith
with wih Lieutenant J P Morton In I charge chargeBoys chg chargeBoys I
Boys Bo between btwen the ages ae of o 15 J and nd 17 may maywith maywit maywith
with wit the consent cnsent ot o their parents vret enlist enlistto elt enlistto
to serve till tn they are ar 21 years yea of age ageA ageA I
A marriage marige license has been bee issued Isue ag to toWilliam toW1iam toWilliam
William W1iam Kixmoeller Kixmoeler aged 33 3 ot Joy Utah Utahand Uth Utahand I
and ad Alice Alc W Hone Hone aged nge a 32 3 l3 of Benjamin Benjamin3It Benjaminimit
3It Pleasant leat Vote VoteMt VoteMt VoteMt
Mt Mt Pleasant Pleasant July 15 ISTe 15The The school elec election eIec eIeclion ¬
ton lion held here ber yesterday was wa the te most mostexciting mot motexctg mostexciting
exciting exctg ever eve known kow In the history hstor of this thisare thistown
tow town Usab Usually only Crm from o lo o 40 votes tSj
are ae cost t at such elections electon but yesterday yesterdaythere y ster
there tere were wer polled p1e 235 votes vte 172 11 for George GeorgeChristensen GeorgeS GereChristns I
Christensen Christns 63 l for A L L Larsen Len For F Fortrustee S
trustee trste It i was wa as a follows C X Lund Lud
103 10 A A Aldrich Adrch SS 8 C C W Sorensen Srensen AS ASThe 46The l
The south sout j ed end nd j or > f the te county cunty will wll no nothe noS
doubt b be hah harsh with Mt Mt Pleast Pleasant over overt overthe S I
the result but t this should not o oelect be when whenelect whenthe h
t
the facts are known The scheme m to toelect
elect George Gere Christensen Chrtenen over the te regular regularnominee I Inominee
nominee nomee was ws batched hatce In I the t summer summerschool summe summerschool rgar I
school schol among ong the te teachers techers of the te county cunt
and they would woUd not desist desit in I their te efforts efors i iThe I
The Te blame blae Is with wit them te and not with withthe wit withthe S
the te people peple in I general 1er 1erFe generalZunera1i I IPuneral
Puneral Fe Zunera1i of Joseph oseph 3 Moody XoodyLhi oody oodyL
L Lhi Loin hi July uy 15 ISTe 13The The funeral funerl over overtIme the te re remains r ¬ S
mains min of Joseph oseph Moody oody who died de Sat Saturday St Sturay Satunlay ¬ S
urday uray of pneumonia pnemo 1 WW was held in inZion ths thsZIons t
ZIons Zos Zion s Hill Hl meeting metg house houe Mr r Moody Moodywas MOdY MOdYw
was w born br In the te state stte of Georgia Gera In inI itt 1S12When ittben S
When Whe ben the te civil c l war w broke brke out he joined joinedthe joine I
the te Confederate Confeerte army ay and ad was w with wth Gen General Gene Genoral ¬ I
oral Lee L when he surrendered snde He was wastaken wastaken
e taken ten prisoner Drcer and ad sent Rt to Chicago Chlcg Ini IniISS In inl J
ISS t l he joined joine the te Union Unon army ay and ad was W sent sentto 2et sentto I Ito
He Lehl In InSST <
to Fort For Douglas Dugla came ce to 10 I >
lEST S and nd remained rane but bu a short aor time te when whe whenhe L t i
he left let for Montana ont In I ISO l he returned returnedto rtue E ES I It
to t Lehi L where whe he lived Ue up to the te time tme of ofh cideath S j
his h death det detRet deathEestIt j jBesnlt
Besnlt Ret in f TJintah 11nt County CountySpecial C1t CountySpecial
Special Spec1 to t The Ue Herald HeraldVernal 11eralLVernal
Vernal Veal July Ju IS lThe 15The The school holeleUon holeleUonyeteay election electionyesterday electionyesterday
yesterday yeteay resulted rsule in i an ao overwhelming overwhelmingvictory overwhelmingvictory befng befngcto
victory cto for the te Democratic Dotc ticket ce Kc Kcttzrns Fo Peturns
turns tnr from frm eight cght districts dlstct give Mrs J Mary Mar MarOrson
Orson O the te Democratic D moctc noe Poeec noaaiee ge 122 1 ma maJority m
Jority jOrt Complete returns retur will wI increase increasethis increasethis
tJec tJecti
this ti to t probably probabl 170 l At t the school sl election electiontwo ele0
two years e ago when hen the saase sa sa candidates candidateswere cdlac casdidatcewere C
were wc In I the te field cl 2C G Sowards Sow the te JEe
o Walkers Store StoreWEDNESDAY
1 WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BULLETIN OF UNDERPRICES UNDERPRICESSuits UNDERPRICESJ
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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+ Stock 3500 3500rv +
+ rv of M Mens ns > > 1 if ii for1250 t tYoud +
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+ + Youd best bst settle sette the te clothing cotg question queton right now for one thing sure and ad certain is there
couldnt coudnt be a n a better bettr opportunity Getting a suit at half price would be tg certin tee +
T values to opporit Gettng sut hi prc woud remarkable remkble enough but b t think of o
vaues up t 35OO for for1250 1250 And every garment offered Is of +
4 eer gent ofered i highest hghest character chacter that tat readymade can canlifetime
the
prodwe produce fabrics are the newest of the +
fabrc season the
+ t t seaonj te stylecuts are the smartest the tailoring will
com
stleuts a te te
with tlorg
pare the best sres wil +
pa wt te you your madetmeasure madetomeasure cn can give ad and every suit will bold its shape during its entire
sut
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+ + lete Every Ever size sie the entire entre stock stc to t choose coose from fmup fromup up to350O t to 3500 = at a at125O S1250 S1250f 1250 1250Entire + +
f f Entire Stock of Young Mens Mels Suits up to I800750 I800750Suits t 4 4
+ Suits Sut with wt the te handsomest hdomest tailoring torg ever put into ito youths youts clothing cotg made mde of best be fabrics fabrc in the sea +
sons ons smartest i te
4 + srest styles stle Choose Coose from entire ent stock stck up to t 1800 at at75O ST50 7 50 +
t + + + + + + L + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i + + + + + + 4 4944 4944tnthe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + TT t 4 +
tEntire + Stock Stockof of Mens Oxfords25 Oxfords 25 Per Cent off of Regular Prices PricesThe
+ + + 4 4 The man mn who intends itnds to have hve foot f ot comfort cmor during duig the remainder mider of the te hot time tme best bst be prompt about aboutS + T
coming now The weeks sale is half S
cmg Te over Every Ever new shape shpe of Oxford Oxord is here her made of honest leathers T
4 + + f made mde by shoe shoE builders buder who have hve no superiors sperior Sere Hee is i the te price prce schedule schedue me leathe T
+ f S450 S450All 45O 50 All A patent kid kd Oxfords Oxord Blucher lucber cutj cut S all a of ideal kid kdj all il of vici vci kid kd j sold soldgnly soldregularly regularly at 600 now nw S
+ 50A All A Corona Corna Sid Kd Oxfords Oxors500 Oxfords5OO 500 for S375 35 the S400 400 for for3OO S300 30 +
+ All A tan tn Russian usian Calf Caf Oxfords Oxords instead intead of 550 55 55O295 295 J +
+ + All A Meteor Meteor Oxfords Oo Oxfordz35O 350 50 regular reguar but equal equa to 400 0 and and450 and450 450 at at263 263 263Womens 263t S
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 44 44Womens + +
t Womens White Pique Skirts up to 400for195 400for195t 400 for195 for195Up
+ t Up to 750245 S750S245Another 750245Aoter S +
4 + hundred Another Aoter remarkable remakble sale sle of white whte skirts skal skirtsaU all we have left of the special spea lot purchase puchae nearly one onesmartly
And handsome are they in stylecut and fabric All have
4 stlect ad A hve graduated flounces one or more
+ smartly smly trimmed tied with embroidery embrider insertion ieron some entirely ently plain if i you prefer gduted them tem so ouces every length mor The TheS Theextraordinary +
ever Te +
+ S extraordinary Ctrorar underpricing uderricig is mde made to t take tke all away on Wedesdy Wednesday and Thursday Turdy The lengh 250 to
t c4oo 400 OO skirts sk one priced at atl95 195 the 450 450 to t 750 at at245 at245Womens 245 1 4 Te 4 + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t
t Womens Colored Shirt Waists to 350 for65c for65cFor t tFor I IFor
+ + For a Wednesday and Thursday Tuday Thu ± sday swift selling seUignot sellingnot not another anoter reason ron in i the te world word is this ti bargain bargai pyre pyreChildrens p + +
+ made Te The best styles ot season are they made of madras linen
stles senon tey mads percale lien ad and law lawn i in pinks blue blues 4
pi
+ gy grays black and whte white efec effectu and other others broken lies lines to be s sure but wt with ever every sie size from 32 t to 4 42 + 4
4 in sometg something ter there ceriny certainly c can be no dappantent disappaintrnents 125 up to 350 sh shirt wt waists to two dys5c days65c +
t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
tChildrens Childrens Pretty Wash Dresses Half Priced t
+ Sixty in i the te lot or more Exceptionally Excep pretty little frocks in several different +
Sit more onay prett lte foc i severl diferent styles stlesRusian stylesBussian Sussian ef
f
feats
+ fec and sailors made of or madras dotted Swisses with round
sor mde chambray mdr doted ses Wt roud low neck nek ruffles around arud shoul
+ dens der and ad arm a size sie elaborately trimmed ted with wt satin sat ribbon rbbon drop skirts sk flounce founc on outer res skirts sk very dressy shou +
4 4 oxblood pink p blue bl1e gray gy and white Ages As 3 to t 14 years Commencing Cmecig Wednesday ver dss + t
+ f S The Te 150 dresses drees75c dresses75c 75c The 20O 2O y for for4100 for31OO 100 Wenesday The Te 35O 50 for forl75 175 +
i + The 500 50 for for4250 250 The e 750 for for375 for375i 375 375Boys3 t
+ + 4 4f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
f i Boys 50c and 75c 75 Straw Hats25c Hats25cSplendid tats25c tats25cSpledd 1ats 25c +
4 Splendid Spledd StraW Iw hats ht the te present season seaon styles stle in i plain pla or fancy fanc braids brads with wit black and ad colored clored
t ribbon rbbh bands ba1dve very nearly every Ve size s e Wednesday Wedesdy and ad Thursday Thuday instead of 65c and ad 75c 75c25c 75c25c 25c 25cDotted + t tDOtted
t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Dotted Swisses SwrssesUp Up to 75c20c a yard yardc t tt
t c Ecru c color and a a fair fa assortment assoret of of other ot1er shades 1ades The Te ecru ecr sold at 45c a yard the others com t
+ prise prse pnisevaluesto75c f values vuest75c > to 75c a ayard yard y a Wedesday Wednesday and ad Thursday Tuny clearance clearce at at20c nt20c 20c yar oter S +
+
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
j
publican publc nominee received rec hed eighty eg t ma majorlty majorb majonity
jorlty jorb Although Altouh politics poUte were not ot In InI Injeced injected
I Jected jeced into the campaign campaig the Democratic DemocraticI Deortic Deorticter Democraticrooster
I rooster day ter was as strongly stly In evidence yester yesterday yeter yeterWi yesterWilliam
Wi William Evans Eva Successful SuccessfulLohl Sucsfu SuccessfuLLehi
Lohl Lehl July lS I6At At the primary prlmnry J E ERoas BRoss
j Roas was w declared the rearnlar rClr candidate candidatetor cdldate cdldatefor candidatefor
for trustee tslee but Monday londay morning morig It de developed doveioped ¬
I eloped that the te Socialists Socilst and Demo Democrats Democrats
crats crt had hnd a candidate cndldato in the person p < ron of otWilliam ofVUlam
I William VUlam Evans ED and ad by working the town townthe townthey
they the managed to elect elet him by 2 votes votesMr votesIr votesMr
I Mr Ir Evans received receive 1W 1 votes vote and Mr MrJ MrRoss MrRoss
J Ross K2 I It votes voteslrBrwn votesMr
I Mr lrBrwn Brown for county superintendent superintendenti superntenden superintendentreceived
i i received rceived 149 19 votes ots and Mr Eggertson Eggeron Eggeroni 52 52I 5 5There
I There Ther were five fve ballots balot cast ct not voting
j for superintendent superItendent superintendentArranging
Arranging Arngg to Celebrate CelebratePark Ceebrate CeebratePrk CelebratePark
Park Prk City Cit July uly 15 1A 15A A mass mas meeting meetng was washeld ws wsheld washeld I
held last lat evening at the city hall hll to make makearrangements ma makearrangements < I Iarngment
arrangements arngment for a celebration celebrton to be held I
her herC on the 21th 24t of July uly A finance fnace com committee commItee cornmittee ¬
mittee mItee and a n committee cmmitee on arrangements arrangementswere arngemets arngemetswee
were wee appointed appoln These committees commte are areto areto
to make mae all arrangements arngement and to make a areport arep areport
week week report rep t at the next meeting metng to be held this thisweek tis tisweek thisweek
o oTe
The Te Boss oss Worm Wor Medicine MedicineH Mece
H I P Kumpe Kumpe druggist d glt Leighton LelghtonAla Leghton LeghtonAa
Ala Aa writes wrtes One On of my customers had hada hada
a a child cid which was a sick sic and ad threw thw up upall upaU Upall
all food rood could culd retain rtin nothing nothig on its itsstomach It itsstoimtch
stomach stoIch He bought one bottle botte ot otWhites of o oWhites
Wles Whites Cream Vermifuge Vermlte and ad It Itbrought itbrought
brought up 119 worms ors from the child childIts chld childIts
Its the boss worm medicine medlcne in the theworld theworld
world Wits Whites Cream C Vermifuge Ver1uge is isalso isa1 isslab
also a1 the childrens cldrens tonic tonc It improves improvestheir Improvestheir Improvestheir I
their digestion digeston and assimilation aimiaton of offood offood offood
food strengthens strenghens their ther nervous nerous sys system ss sstem systern ¬
tem and restores restors them to the te health healthvigor helt healthvigor
vigor and elasticity of spirits natural naturalto naturaltochlldhood
to tochlldhood childhood 25c at Z C M I IA I Ie IA LA
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A machine of pure clean steel kneads kneadsour kneadsour
our dough for Royal bread Xo sweat sweatfrom sweatfrom sweatfrom
from the human hands han l5 and body to tomake tomake I
make it unclean Buy it and see that thatthe thatthe
the label Is on it it For sale at all allgrocers
grocers and served in all firstclass firstclassrestaurants J Jrestaurants
restaurants Royal Bread Bre d j I
25 Per Cent Off Table Damask and andNapkins
Napkins NapkinsAt Nap I IAt
At Z Z C M L Summer Sale week com commencing cornniencing J Jmencicg
mencicg Monday July 1lL 14The 14 itS
S I IThe IThe I
The Rio Grande carried over 300 00 per persons persons perSons ¬
sons to Ogden Sunday the occasion of ofEagles orthe ofthe
the excursion of the Foresters and the theEagles thet I
Eagles Some of the excursionists spent spentthe spentthe I Ithe
the day In the canyon and others en en3oyed i ioyed r r1oyed
1oyed oyed the races at Glenwood park pl k I jShoes IShoes i
Shoes Slippers 11 Oxfords OxfordsAt Oxfords7 j jAt t IAt i
At cut prices cut again Z Z C C t M I IShoe j
Shoe Clearance Sale week commencing commencingITonday commencinguonday commencIngMonday t t
Monday July 14 11EXCESSIVE I IEXCESSIVS i
ew I IEXCESSIVE
EXCESSIVE HEAT IN KANSAS KANSASTopeka KANSASTopeka i iTopeka
Topeka Kan July IS ISThe The heat to today today today
day throughout Kansas has been ex excesshe
cesfiive In Topeka the thermometer thermometerregistered thermometerregistered thermometerrsgistere 5
registered SS degrees at noon Nuttier Numerous Nuttierflg umer umeroW
ous flg prostrations are ar reported r reportedCures j jCures
Cures Sciatica SciaticaRev SciaticaRev J JRev t tt
Rev W It L Riley LL D Cuba New NewYork N NewYork w wYork
York writes After fifteen days of ex excruciatlng excruciaUng 3 3cruciating
cruciatlng pain from romscIatlc sciatic rheuma rbeumatisaa rheumatls1 rheumatialeti
tisaa under various rioustreatments treatments I was wasInduced I
Induced to try Ballards Snow Snon XJal XJalmcnt Llafe11t Liairneat <
mcnt e11t the first firsta application giving s1vln ntjr ntjrfirst mytIr
first tIr relief C and nd the second seco nd entire entirelief rruI rtf rtflief r rlief
lief I can give e it unqualified recom recommendation ecom ecomiltendaUon ecomtenaaqon ¬
mendation 50c os and SIM iw at Z Z C 3L1 M L
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l Hart HartSchafihfr HartSth21Thft These are called culledstrenuous
Schafihfr strenuous days daysand daysand daysand
and many man new newideas newideas
fade ideas beglnI beglnInlng
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riling to influence influencemens Inluencemens InfluenceJit
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mens actions actionsOne nctIonsOne
4 t One idea that Is Isfast Isfast
ti fast gaining gainingground g gainingground a i n I n g gground
ground among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the well dressed dressedmen dressedmen dressedmen
men of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeI
I City Is that they theycan theycan theycan
can get a better betterfit betterfIt betterfit
fit fIt better style stylebetter stylebetter stylebetter
better fabrics fabricsbetter fabricsbetter fabricsbetter
better tailoring tailoringfrom taUorinstrom tailoringfront
from our elegant elegantstock elegantstock elegantstock
stock of H S i IYo
3 Yo Clothing than thanthey thanthey I
they can get from fromthe fromthe rorn
the custom tai tailors ta1lors ta ta1oi ¬ I
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The difference differencela j
in price too is a aconsideration aconsideration aconsideration
consideration considerationMail considerationMall
Mail orders so solicited soHefted soUcited ¬
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To Toyouthatyouneedapaircf Toyouthatyouneedapaircfshoes you that you need a pair of ofshoes
shoes properly fitted come comeand comeand comeandsee
and andsee see us usLOW usLOW I
LOW CUTS AT 20 PER CENT CENTDISCOUNT CENTDISCOU1 CENTDISCOUNT
DISCOUNT DISCOUNTSole DISCOUNTSole eT >
Sole agents for Boyden Shoe ShoeCo ShoeCo ShoeCo
Co and the Harlow Shoe ShoeA ShoeA
A pleasure to show goods goodsj goodsii
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153 Main St StHofelKntitsford StHotel I
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Celery CeleryI CeleryCola
j I t Cola ColaHaving
Having acquired the sole agency to I
bottle the famous lous CELERYCOLA we ii iiake
take t pleasure in notifying the public pub Ic
that this delicious beverage will 111 nowbe now be is e
for sale by all uptodate upto ate dealers dealershi
CeleryCola CelerCola o Is the most refreshing ef ex en r ¬
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hilarating hi and healthgiving n drink of t tage the theage tt ttage IC rIC
age Ask for it it For sale sal everywhere everywhereHEWLETT everywhereUEWLETT
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over the eyes through the thetemples tbetfmples thetemples
temples or at the base of ofthe ofthe
the brain brainthat that headache headachepowders headacbepowders
powders will not relieve and andthat I
that has hs to wear wear off Is Isprobably IsDrobably isprobably
probably caused by eye eyestrain Eyestrain eyestrain
I strain If so proper glasses glasseswill glasseswUl glasseswill
will relieve it it See us about aboutF
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give our stock attend attemJoL Neednt Needntthink Needntthink eedt eedtthink
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No6For No 6For r GFafa Grand Junction Den Denon j
vex and points e st S30ani S3o a
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tlon on and alf all points poln s east 7 3u5pmi 3u5pmipofnts 3 ai pm
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tlon and the east 77105pm 105ipm 1O pin
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Ogden Sden Portland Butte
Chicago St Louis Omaha Den ¬
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points 910 9i0ant
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From Ogden Chicago St Louis
Kansas City Omaha l Dnver > jnvar
and San Francisco I
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Terminus SrfXJ prx
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Provo and ManU 600 C 00 po
From Preston Logan Brteham Bri Bnigha ham t
Ogden and an intermediate 1n ermed1ate points 6 610 0 PIO
From Ogden Butte Portland
Ban Francisco
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For Ogden Cache Valley
Omaha Chicago Denver Kan
oas City and St Louis 7 iOJ am
For Garfield Beach Tooele and f
Terminus TerminusFor 745 aID
For Tlntlc Mercur Provo
Nephl and Mantl 7 75S 5 anu a
For Ogden Butte Helena Port
land San Francisco and Inter bitermediate intermediate
mediate points 245am 9 D45 arn am J
For Ogden Omaha Chicago
Denver Kansas City St Louis Louisand Louisand Louisand
and San Francisco Fanc1sco12SO 1250pm p prn
For Offden O en Denver Kansas
City Omaha Omaha St Louis and
Chlcigo 600 pm4 gtut
For Provo Ncphl Milford Call Callcntes CaUcntes Callcfltes
cntes and intermediate points 705 pm <
For Ogden Butte Helena Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land San Francisco and Inter Intermedian tntermedlato intermediate
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