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I r = THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY I SEPTEMBER SEI > 11 IHBR 4 1903 3
GRASSHOPPERS GRASSHOPPERSBY I
BY CARLOAD CARLOADAudltor CAR I IAuditor L lAD lADAudJ6It
Auditor AudJ6It JtoMjPa Ifngey Dn Pays s B Bounty nty on on6659Tons
16659 6659Tons Tons of Them ThemA ThemCATCHERS ThemCATCHERS
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A t I ICATCHERS
CATCHERS GET CENT A POUND POUNDPESTS POUNDI POUNDi POUNDPESTS I
I IPESTS
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PESTS WSK3 GATJCHffilJ IT IN SAX SAiTPBTB SAXPETE SA3PTB
PETE AKD XD TITAStOOTJlliniES TITAStOOTJlliniESSlnp UTAX UTAwdui UTAwduif s st sSln
f t
Slims e the grasstaoyner ru8bop < er bounty law lawpassed lawUMd lawd
d passed by the th last legislature went Into Intoeffect Intoetrect Intoeffect
effect 1666 tons tonlilo of those pests have havecaught
been caught weighed weicb weIg d and destroyed in
Sanpete and Utafc counUee Th T1t Mate jitateand Mateand tate tateand
and county combined d are supposed to
pay ay a cent per pound d bounty boun untw upon the
hoppers opper So S far the cost has been M
33l 3317 i of whkth
sum um the state pays pa
twothirds t and the county onethird
State Auditor Charles 8 Tingey yes Y ¬
terday received a i bIll > IH from County
Clerk CI4 > rk P Backman Backm n of Utah county for
31SMM 15 paid on grasshoppers caught cu < ht
t by > y farmers armera between July 30 and Sept
2 a little over one month The bounty bountyrepresents bountyrePTellent bountyreprents
represents 2219M pounds of those tel ¬
lows low one pound less than 111 tons A Aa
few WN wsEkg > klll aco Sanpete county sent in ina Ina
a bill for llliw 1111 pouad of the peats pestswhich peatsvhlch peatswhich
which had been n caught In less than thannve
fIve 11 v > weeks weeksMake w weekMake eb ebMake
Make a a Small nall Train Load LoadAdmitting LoadAdmltUn LoadAdmitting
Admitting AdmltUn of the possibility of com compressing con1prNMIaaa cornpressing ¬
pressing a ton of hoppers into a space spacethe spacethe spacethe
the slse slaeof of a ton of coal or iron it would wouldbe wouldpoe
be possible poe tble to put forty tons of them
into a single box car or pile them onto ontoa
a flat car With forty tons to a car it itvould Itould itWould
Would ould lake four and a fraction cars to totransport totransport totransport
transport all the hoppers from one onepoint oneJ onepoint
point J > to another But Inasmuch as it itIs
is 1 said to be Impossible to compress compretltlthe compressthe
the Uttle fellows to such uch a consistency con8t ten tenthe
the assertion rtion has hft been bet n made that it Itwould itwould
would w ould take ten t or more box cars to hold holdnil holdI holdnil
nil I I the t hoppers on which the state has hasalready baaalready hasalready
already paid its It share of the bounty
In this level country ten or twelve twelveor twelvor
or even fifteen cars are not a load for forthe forth forthe
the th ordinary engine I1 ne but In other states stateswhere atatetwbt stateswhere
where wbt > re there are heavy grades rades and andsharp andtharp andharp
sharp curves to contend with a dozen doxenur
ur r so loaded freight frel ht cars would make makeip makeup makeup
up ip an uverage train That being the thea theaee thease
a aee r Auditor Tingey has already audit audltfd auditl
fd < 1 the accounts from two counties of ofi
i train traInload load of grasshoppers hoP How Howmmy HowIllH Howflub
flub mmy ny fl other oUlercAn oars will be added ad to the thenaginary theimagInary
imaginary train before the winter sets setsin setsin setsin
in and cold weather kills the pests oft offan oftfan oftan
fan < an only be guessed But Judging J d ng the
future > by the past It is reasonable nable to tosuppose tosuppose tosuppose
suppose the train will be made at least
half as song onlr again as it Is now nowOUTING nowL nowOUTING nowOUTING
L
OUTING OF ODD FELLOWS FELLOWSLocal
J Local Iiedgamea LdgeiunHav Have Good Time at atSaltair atS1tair atSsltafr
Saltair SaltairThe S1tairThe SsltafrThe
The Salt I Lake ake Odd Fellowc had J Jlouge a very veryFUCCzefl e ecutll
FUCCzefl cutll euttig mdtr tM direction of ofih
1 ih hI Rebf ftIpkh > k h louge 100 at n SaItsr Salt lltlr air yesterday yt ytHnrnfm yeterd yeterdaftrnn
Hnrnfm ftrn On anfl nit evnin j A large crowd was waain wasin
in t ttenlaJlt ttenlari ten da m < t and all enjoyed the day A Arood AjoreJ AVd
rood programme of athletic contestswas contestswasKiven eonUl8tll Wall WallKipn
4 given th the tugs tr > f war especially I t clnIl proving provingox provingXitIfl
ox l XitIfl < itinc tin the last one requiring rf > flfty flttvlht
difht i lht ht minutes to settle it The TheWirp results resultsVtre resultsv
Vtre v r as s fnllows fnllowsI flIowlCe litO litOHHHo
I tares HHHo Boy r under o Alex BCltcfu Bcle
< trhe fr itrlor f 8 GemMri rlnIPYE ncvv ncvvB ve Doane
B Bit yn s to 12 1 Myron Irfpr Leppr Lepprin vr vrirlti r
HItl irlti to 1oi i2 Katlierinr rstherincJ3y Oraves Ora OraHJ
MOVK HJ J3y 12 1 to tt 1R Glea GIei4irIs Cottle Cottleitirls CoUItHlrl
itirls 12 1 to IX I Rhea Morris MorrUFat Mor Morris1it o oFt >
Fat nuMis rnn IPnIO rare A J Wilson WltermT Wilson1lI I
T 11 1lI all < 11 w nien > race ra Mr Ir J S 5Seve Stevens
n fTop ff Kkiy sll rnd n nd jump E Elii TobtWnSt
n1J
M lii i KoHnwii under 1J > TC It Anderson Anderson1oya Andersonfetpto TIIOtt
1oya lo s rx Ilntto > t > > to race William lIhem nm nmHrl rtmmins
4irls < Hrl irls p > tato rice r rae 1cp Emma Timndna TimndnaTl T THpb
Tl Hpb 1beknhe > bekAhfi kAh rac Mr III H C CT J Jehboe Jehboek tiaon I Ilk
dikr < lk k rilC cc noys under > r 15 William Wi Tuc Tuciriim Tk TkrTifla
iriim i
S
iriimdd
< kid > dd r FIlows Hows race > over Yer 110 0 F FI I tillers
obstacle race William TImiityub 11 11HlInNn
llunnln jump K Tobbans TobbansStanding T1bbanllRtftndlnK TbansStandng
Standing jump E K Tobbam TobbamVat TobbentCt
Vat t vomcns mfnlI race ra Mrs E A Johnson
TIll of war for Indlou I dl Naomi lodge
TOR TII r of r war lx bween > tween ween Woodmen tdm an4 Odd Oddivtl OdilV
ivtl V 11 > w i for Nuoral silver cup tUPon won by Jr
1VoJmrn 1VoJmrnrn Vr okmf > HJmrn HJmrnTu
Tu of war iwtwwn Odd Fellows and andircaba
Ma Iacftbr ircaba < cab > for PI Xinm Irf m Rebelcah cup wo 1IV won won4d i il 1I
l Odd KM Fellows rf > lIlJw after fiftyeight flftyt > pt mtnutec mtnutecOf
I Of 11 f illllfele illllfeleThe ulUn ulUnThe tIltnrrhe
The ct cmlt cvntests > n tests > II were under the direction directionr
of < r a committee eowmlt consisting of C R Itrh Qeod Qeodrich odrich
rich J H Ovarhauaer and J 7 M Collins CollinsDIEDLNTHE CoIlI1lDIED Colfinsa ColfinsDIEDNTHECITY
a
DIEDLNTHE DIED DIEDNTHECITY NTHE CITY JAIL JAILAlcoholism JAILAIcohoUsmDuds
2 Alcoholism AIcohoUsmDuds Bads the Life of Mike MikeBoyle MikeBoyle hIfkeBoyle
Boyle an Old Prisoner PrisonerMike Pri PrisonerMike oner onerI1ke
Mike BOyle one of the oldest old t prison prisono
s o or r a i the city jail died at that in institution Intttuthn IntltUtkfl ¬
stitution about 10 oclock yesterday yesterdaymorning yeaterdayJIItrnin yesterdayirning
morning JIItrnin of alcoholism Boyle was wastaken w wtaken wasr
r taken sick about S oclock In the morn morninsr mornjnt mornig
insr and had to be removed Nmo from the thejjjl thejJ thejuil
jjjl jJ H and a physician phy lclan summoned ummon Dr DrBenedict DrHpnffllct Dr3pnedlet
Benedict < ame in and administered to tothe tothe tothe
the pick lck man and he rallied somewha somewhaan omewhanti eomewhan
an anti l appMr ap aptoarcd f lrM d to be rec rEcovering iverln About About3d
3d ollotk ho was wa seized with convul convulsions COhullronK eonufrn ¬
sions < frn and expired shortly afterwards afterwardsMike atterwarMike afterwardsMike
Mike Hoyip has ha beenan inmate inmateof of tbe tbec thedt
c dt ity it jail almost constantly for the past pastten pa pastt t tt
ten t en years yen TI He was a victim of the thev thehl8ky thehisky
v hlRky habit and could < not resist etst get gettinsr gettirg
tinsr 1 ing drunk The jail was his home homend bomend homeIId
nd during the th past ten years he has hasm ha halint
lint 1 m > t been away from there more than a av apk aj
j wek v > Pk at a time Other than his J ab abnormal a atlrmal ginormal ¬
normal appetite for liquor Boyle Borlent wsas wsasnot w wwt
not a bad man He was made a trusty trustyi
i h > y Jailor J llr Kimball and had the freedom freedomr
of r the jail yard and buildings and was wasr wurdlable
I r rdlable < liable when > n sober soberLittle oberlIttle soberP
P Little is known of Boyles history and andU
U I C is not known whether or not he has hasany baaIIY hasIly
any IIY relatives fhe rh body will probably probablyh
hc h interred Jn the potters Odd today todayit
it i t the countys expense expenseJEALOUSY expenseJEALOUSY lle lleJEALOUSY
JEALOUSY CAUSES CAUSESMURDER CAUSESMURDER CAUSESMURDER
MURDER IN DENVER DENVERDenver DENVERPfInvn DENVERPenvtr
Denver Colo I olo Sept 3 aMn Mrs Theo Theodore Theewimp ¬
wimp 110 If KJUII4 nine > wife of a bookbinder was wasshot wufhnt wasshot
shot and killed today at her home 950 950st 160I 6O 6OWont
Wont > I st Seventh avenue by Mrs Kate KateK KateKfoln KateIner
K Kfoln iner r The murderess murde was arrested arrestedshe aneetedht ed edht
she ht declined diMd to make any statement statementTho statement1hf statementFhi
Tho Fhi > fall au > t of the shooting Is supposed supposedto
to has boen Jealousy Mrs I Kruse Kruseias ICrulI4I1IS ICruseS
S was attending at t > ndlng her 9 monthsold baby babyivh babyhtn babywhn
ivh whn htn n called to the > door by Mrs Mr Kelner Kelnerv elnEr elnErhn
v ho immediately ft fired through the wire wireiitne wire1II wireFrom
iitne iitneFrom 1II
1IIFrom
From Ifttpn written by b M1 Mrn n Keiner Keinerit
it f appears al1 t8r > that she he was all madly Intatu infatunted intatufl
nted 11 t te1 fl with the II husband of the woman wmnanKhr wemanIIh womannh
Khr IIh o murdered and that be spurned her heradvances herItdvancee heradvances
advances Those who know kao her say says MYhf
T s s = hp e i Is cra craa crazy crazyS crazyZIDMAIR y yZIDMA1R
S L e eZIDMAIR
ZIDMAIR CHEATED CHEATEDMONTANA C CHEATEDMONTAHA EATED EATEDMONTANA
MONTANA HANGMAN HANGMANButt
Butt Mont ont Sept 3 3Martin Martin 5Od 5Odmarr l1d l1dmatr1ho
T marr matr1ho who WB ws 1Is > to have been bung to tomorrow to to1110TTOW toI ¬
morrow I 0110W morn momfag to tug for the t he murderof murderofJf mUl mur4er er or orf
Jf neorg f rorp Keider on n Trail creek two years yearsr yearsr
r r ago 11 I was v all f fes u d dead in his cell here herethis herethis herethis
this morning mllrn ng says y a Livingston Mont Montdispatch Montd Montdipath
dispatch d to theinter the Inter Mountain He Is iathought Isthrmght isthought
thought to have been deranged de Zld Zldmair Zldmalr Zidmair
mair killed adder et er a liftlong friend friendfor friendfOr friendfflr
for ruingJtls rulng tfsigbter I ub r and then secret secretrd llecretrj
en rd rj the body jSidmairs 1dnhs wife wlfekll1ed killed her herBf1f herIIH hers1r
Bf1f ovor hf I the th glrtsdisgrace Ii iiraN AH par parlies parties parties ¬
ties concerned were Bavurians BavarianSPECIAL BavuriansSPECIAL Bavuriansa BavuriansSPECIAL
a
SPECIAL MATINEE M TIN EE SALE SALESaturday SALEaturda SALESatutday
Saturday aturda from 2 tv 83 ° l p > m cream rrfamwaffles Crpamtmff creamw
w waffles tmff Pound boxes Jc c onehalf onehalfpound onehulfpound onehalfround f
pound boxes f > XE1 IRo 1 at Braslers i new w candy eandyMore candyI r
More < 1 on OT > four doors west f > t Salt Lak LakeVHV LaktJeatn Lakteat
tJeatn teat r
WHY LI HAVE TYPHOID TYPHOIDDrink TYPHOIDVrink TYPHOID1rink
Drink Distilled > d Wnter WnterOnii WntfrOn WnterOnt
Onii On J > siUwu iU tUuiL Fhviu 1138Y 113Sr
EXAMINATION EXAMJNATIONOF
OF BARBERS BARBERSEirst
+
Eirst One On Under New Law Will WillBe WIllBeHer WillBe
Be BeHer HelrJ Sept 10 10LONG 10LONG 10LONG
LONG lisT LIST OF 0 F QUESI IONS IONSA ON S SI SA
I
A NUMBER OF THEM AB3 AB3RATSEB AlUIItAT1IJm ABH1ATEEB5
RATSEB TECHMlCAIi TECHMlCAIiThe
S t
The flr lirst t examination of barbers un under under Under ¬
der the new law requiring that all ton tonI tonIlJOrial tonaerial
IlJOrial I aortal artists be examined and regis registered rectattred registered ¬
tered before practicing their profession professionin prore lon lonIn
in this state will 111 be held h ld in this city citySept I ISept ISept
Sept 10 This law does not affect allectI affectthOse j
i those tb aM who were actively acthE > ly engaged in the thebarber thebarber
I
barber business in cities of the first firetaDcJ firstnq j
I and aDcJ nq second classes at the time of the thepaaace the5 the5passage
passage of the measure Those e who whohave wbohae whohave
have entered the business in the state stateInce statesince
since that time are required to take takethe takethe
the examination under penalty of pun puntshment punIBbtltent punlabment
tshment by law lawTen lawTen
Ten applicants have presented pre eoted them themIkIVN themselves
selves for examination and it is I ex expected expeoed cxDeeted
pected that others will appear before beforetion beforethe beforetheboard
the theboard board on th the day of the examlRa examlRaHon examinatioti
Hon The Th test will be conducted by byFelix byFelix I IFelix
Felix Rhomboid Dr D C M Benedict Benedictand Benedictand Benedictand
and Perley Plarl A Hill officers of the board boardappointed boardappoI boardappointed
appointed appoI ted to conduct such examina examinations examinations ¬
tions tionsApplicants tionsApplicants
UonApplicant
Applicants will be examined upon uponfour I Ifoul
four subjects pertaining per nlng to their pro proSession profeulo professiofl
Session feulo and will IU have to undergo a aphysical aThYBIcal athrslcI i
physical examination also alsoQuestions alsoI alsoQuestions
I Questions That Must t Be Answered AnsweredThe
I The nrst examination subject is The TheHair TheHair
Hair and under this heading the fol following totlowing
i lowing questions will be asked askedI
I I How ° does oes the hair derive its It II life lifeWhy lifeWhy lifeI
I Why does the hair fall out outI J
I I Why does the hair turn gray grayWhy rrayWhy grayWhy
Why do you singe the hair and What Whatto whattha
to the Ui effect effectWfey etrectdoes effectWby
Wfey does the thehsir hair split and break h at atthe atthe atthe
the ends endsWhat elideWbat ends4What
What effect etectdoes dee continues u cutting eutt1n6bave cuttnghave cuttinghave
have on The hair hairWhat hJrWhat hairWhat
What effect does alcohol have ve on the thehair Olehair thehair
hair hairThe hairThe
hairTIle
The next subject au Is The Sculp SculpWhat SealfWbat SciPWhat
What do you understand by r dan dandruff cIandMlft dan4mW ¬
druff druffWhat 4mWWhat
dMlftWbat What is the origin In and cause e of dan dandruft d dandruift
druft 1 1Is S SIs 1
Is dandruff transmissible tran mIRible Why WhyWhat WhyI
I What is the cause of an all oily condl condiI 41 41tlon
I I tioa of the seals sealsWhat scall7Vhat scabWhat i
I
What causes extreme drynws of 0 the theseas theWhat thescab
seas scab scabWhat > >
What is the effect of scalp IIC was mtUJWhat niR niRnags
nags oageWhat
What effect does brushing have on onthe onthe onthe
the seal 1lCa1Skin sealSkin
Skin Disease and andAntieptios andAntieptiosQtM8tfou Antiseptios AntiseptiosQuestions AntiseptiosQuestions
Questions on the skin Facial HladAI to will willbe willM willbe
be as follows followsWhat followW1aat S
What precaution would you take t keln kelnTIDe In hislaving
staving TIDe a face OB which wh h there is any anykind anydad anykind
kind of a akin wid disease diseaseWhat dlliettMtWbAt dIleseeWhat
What effect does close shaving have haveon haveOD haveon
on the akin akinWhat akinWbit skinWhit
What effect doe doN facial massage massagehave maMaBeha massagehave
have ha ve
haveWhat What veWhat do you understand trtand by eczema eesemaWhat eesertHlWhatIiI eczemaWhat
What WhatIiI te acne sdnel Describe De its appear appearance appear1Vhat appearsac ¬
sac anceWhat What 1s barbers Darbe Itch It h and Its origin originIts orlilnIta origInits
Its effect eaeetand < nd general appearance appearanceWhen appearaneeWhen appearanceWh
When Wh n It coniesi oon1 to antiseptics aaU eptlc the thefollowing thefollowt thefollowing
following followt interrogations will be put put2fante putHalite putName
Halite three antiseptics antisepticsWhy ntiiUesWhy tteU tteUVby
Why are they used lied and what to their theireffect theireffect
effect effectJf PtrtCtJ effectit
Jf yew should use a 1aaIeeMeCUe 1aaIeeMeCUet lance needle neetlletweeMrg needletweisers
tweeMrg t etc etc on a mails ma face how howwonM bowwo howwould
would wo you 7GIcleaNlei cleanse them thqi
If If you should d cut a man n how h w wwtld wwtldyou wedid7ou 14 147Ou
7Ou check bleeding Name three tfcreeBow tAreeBow threeflL
5 5Row
flL
Bow would ouI4 you cleanse a acup aelti cup for forsnavinc Otvlne forebalnc
snavinc snavincHow vlne vlneRow
Row would you cleanse CIean8e S a razor
How would you cleans brushes brwhescom brushesconbs brushescombs
combs com etc etcSOCIETY 7 7SOCIETY S SS
SOCIETY sociiiv OF PROCURERS OFPROCURERSGovernment PROCURERSGovernment PROCURERSGovernment
S
Government Will Try to Purge the theHawaiian theHawaiian theHawaiian
Hawaiian Islands IslandsHonolulu IslandsHonolulu IslandsHonolulu
I
Honolulu T H Sept pt 3 8 a a m mThe mThefederal rnThefederal The Thefederal
federal authorities who wbfthave have been beenworking beenworking t
working world for many months to break up I Itite
the trade in Japanese women who are
brought t here for immoral purposes purposeshave purposeshave I
have ba a been rewarded by the discovery discoveryof
of an organization of extraordinary extraordinaryscope
I scope which has existed among brothel
keepers keepe in these e Islands lands for a long JongI
I time timeThe timeThe timeThe I
The federal officers by careful watchI watchSIlK watch watchIng
I SIlK fl managed to locate the neadquar headquarters neadquarters
ters of the society and seised headquarI among amongother mODI amongOt3ir
I other things thln a tO complete te set t of books booksshowing bookwtng booksS booksshowing
showing wtng the status of the association associationIn 8
S In all nl Its phases Among the books 1s 1sone IODe Isone
one giving a complete list of the mem members membe mombern ¬
bern be of the society ICKlet Another book bookshows bookallows
shows that the society baa a fund of oflarge oflar oflarge
large lar e proportions devoted to the de ¬
fense ten of members arrested ane for con conducting conductJD condueting ¬
ducting < the illicit trade and giving In Insetae Ine insame
setae detail the receipts pt and gxptendi gxptenditures xiendi xienditures pen t ttar
tures tar of the organization organizationSITUATION orpnlzatlonSITUATION organizationS
SITUATION S ITIJ ATID N NOTSERIOUS NOTSERIOUSColorado NOTSERIOUSColorado N OT S ERIOIJ S SOulorado
Colorado Militia Will Not Be Called CalledOut CalledOut CalledOut
Out at Present PresentDenver Pre PresentDenver ent entDeDer
Denver Colo Sept 3 3Gdvemor Governor Pea Peabody Peabody
1 body baa received telegrams from the themayor theJUyor themayor
mayor of Victor and others demanding demandingthat demandl demandlI
that troops be Mat to the Cripple CrippleCreek CttppleCreek CrippleCreek
I Creek district for the protection of life UteaM lifeand i iand
and property No o violence has been beenreported been11eIJOrted beenreverted
reported in the Cripple Creek district districtsince dl districtiflc trlct trlctsince
11eIJOrted since iflc Tuesday night nltrlrtGovemor nightGovernor nightGovernor
Governor Peabody PbocI decided not to call callout
lout I out tbe militia until be receives a re report reI yeI ¬
I port from General Chase Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGenerai
General Miller and Lieutenant McClel McClelland McClelland McCIeIland ¬
land whom be sent to Cripple Creek Creekt
t to look over the situation Sheriff Rob Rbertaoa Robertsoa >
1 erUon of Teller county has refused u ed to toask
1 ask for troops at present pre eont He says he hei hethinks
i thinks there thr will be very few viola violailons violation 101 101Uon
ilons Uon of the law resulting from the thestrike thestrike
strike strikeAt strikeAt strikeAt
At midnight mldnl ht the governors KO rnr commission commissionOovrmor rom commissionhad miss I < In Inr I
had not r reached rt rIppi Creek although althoughtoverTeor
Oovrmor Pea Peabody body and other utate utatef II IIOUI OUI OUIflda dr drfieia I
f flda I eta l were at t the th state tat houR anxiously anxioualyawaning anxiouslyawaiting
awaiting Information from its members membersSpecials membe8pedals memberspsrisis
Specials from Cripple Creek quote quoteMayor quoteMayor quoteMayor
Mayor Shockey of that city as denying
the statement Qa fnt that he had signed tb tM re request rpto reque ¬
I
quest que t to the governor for or troops He Hemid Heaid Hesaid
mid be saw no indication that troops troopswould troopswould troopswould
would b bf needed neededTABBRMACLB nModfdlJn
0 lJn lJnTA1IBRNACLJI 4 4TA3KRNACLE
TABBRMACLB ORGAX RECITAL RECITALProfemnor RECITALProfe RECITALProfessor
Professor or J J McClellan will give givehut givehis e ehla
hut regular nlar semiweekly organ recital recitalin
in the tibernacle this afternoon when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the following programme will be ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered deredPrelude deredPrelude deredPrelude
Prelude to Lohengrin LohengrinWagner LohengrinWagnerCanon Wagner WagnerCanon WagnerCanon
Canon Dubois DaboisIn D bot botIn
In Paradlsium Dubols DubolsOld I IOld IOld
Old Melody MelodyAt
At Last Liddle LiddleMiss lAddieMiss
Miss 1 Isabel Monahan MonabanVisions MonahanVisions MonahanVisions
Visions In a Dream DreamLumbye DreamLumbyeAMUsENTS Lumbye LumbyeAMUSEMENTS LumbeAXUS1iXENTS
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSA I IA
A Friend rI nd of tbft th Family l bt the t he name nameof nameof
of the remedy success that will be seen seenas ItMtlas menas I
as the opening attraction of the season seasonat MSOnat seasonat
at the Salt Lake theatre Saturday after afternoon alternoon after5 after5noon ¬
noon and evening ev The seat sale e is now nowon nowon nowon
on
ess essCBOOL
SCHOOL OF O JONES KINESThe MINESThe I
The Utah State School of Mines Inn in InS inSalt
Salt S lt Lake City offers thorough and andpractical andpracti1l1 andpractical
practical courses rou In mining electrical electricalvll el trlcal
< vll hi and mechanical engineering engineeringHpleiHHd pnarlneerlngSpfftih4I engineeringMplendid
HpleiHHd equipment Unexcelled ad advantage advatataPfI advulttgef ¬
vantage Read the University of Utah Utahadverllwment UtahadfrttMfmmt Utahadvertisement
advertisement on pajrr > r > and s pnd for fort forcitidugu i I
t citidugu tiilo5 and iLlU AUustaed Hd1Q buuk1et jN
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Special to Tb The Herald HeraldI Heraldnn HeraldOgden
nn I Sept 3 3Aftt After > r one of the moot mootBatfefactory IhOIItatl mostsatisfactory
satisfactory atl f riol seesinn Ionll held bt > ld during the thetwenty thetweat thetwenty I
twenty tweat yean a of f Its existence the Utah tah
State Baptist t society closed ed its three threeday threeday threeday
day section es tonight Tile next session 8 lI8lon will
be held w at the West Side Baptist church
I in Salt Lake City Clt CltOne
One of tb the interesting Intere tl facts that th t came caipeout a aout
out during du the aesaloe Sf Was all that the First Firsttofore t
j Bantlet church or Qgdi Oad which hu here heretotOn heretofore
t tofore been supported partly p rtly by outside outsidecontributions outsidecontributlO1la outsidecontributions
contributions < paused oil oi the fjrst of tbl this thismonth thismonth
j month to the artfMUpporting 1MfIIUp lltl class eta This
has J been accomplished luting the less
than two years eara paatorate of Rev Rc o C Cnght
Wright nght There Th re fs < s only one ne other self nelfsupporting Jlle1flIIuppofttng selfsuppoFting
i supporting Baptist church in the state
I it being the first church in Salt Lake
City <
Missionaries ioBaries Ranted IjamedThe RantedThe HainedThe
The missionary mJ88IonaryaJPotntment appointments were weremade wermade weremade
made > a u follows followseast I IBast IEaat
east Side church Salt Lake City CityRev Rev
Frank Barnett BarnettMurray BarnitMurraYRev BarnettMurrayRev
Murray MurraYRev Rev J 3 C Andrews
apringvllle SprInrvtlIeRev Rev C W Nichols
Calvary Baptist church for colored peo people people peepie ¬
l ple Salt S 1t Lake City CltyRey Rev J W Jeffs
Provision Prol lonwa was made for a pastor at
Provo the money being appropriated The Thepastor Thepastor
pastor has not yet been n selected Mlettedt
The resolutions were of o the thequestion usual char character chardeter ¬
deter but did act t r touch rh rho upon the t Mormon Mormonquestion Mormonquestion
question at all in the spirit p of antagon ¬ j
j ism The one plank on this subject mere ¬
ly stated that t in the opinion of this con convenuon on onTenUot
1 renUoft the t tb Mormon M nno1 faith did not offer offerThe offeraD offeran
t aD adequate plan 0 of salvation
The session closed with the address of
j the Rev He J H Kranklin Rnu anklin kUn of Cripple Creek reek
Colo Cob on 0 The Power > r of the Gospel GospelOfficers GospeolOfficers GospelOfilcers
Officers of State Association AssociationThe
The following followi officers have been elect elected 4 elected 1 t ¬
ed for the State Baptist Bapti t association all
President M1M1I1r Miss naeMary iarv J Roe
Vice president president Miss M R Maud DHmars
Second vice president George Geori rfe e Paul
Corresponding COI pQadlnlf secretary Mrs H W Yo V VRecording
Pratt PrattR PrattRecording
Recording R Ordl secretary ry and treasurer trealtUrerA A
D Parkhont ParkhontAfter ParkhantAft4r ParkhurttAfter
After an opening BOng and nd devotional devotionalrvloe deotionalrvJe devotional4ervlee
rvloe yesterday Ytllt rday morhlne Rev Frank
Barnett presented an exhaustive 4xbau tive report reporton
on foreign missions showing owl the wonder 0Dd ¬
i ful progress fIeIM prog of the Baptists pttiiti In Asia A Ia
Europernd EUrpe ¼ lid Africa In these countries
1 the th converts In Baptist t missions have
surpassed 8 any an other denomination
Rev RfI D A Brown conducted the re reports re reporta yepts ¬
ports from rum the Firing < Line of foreign foreignmutnon foreigninutlon
j mutnon inutlon J1I ion work These n reports show showgreater MOWFntel showg1nter
j greater progress ih than u tnI ver b befirp foe fu
This was wa followed bt a touching ad ¬
dress by Rwr Frank Barnett arnett on the t lofty
j motives which should prompt us in
foreign tore mission work
Rev J H Franklin conducted the tb I
quiet hour hourRev hourRev hourRev
Rev J S Andrewsof Anclews of Murray tIIrs preached pru hei I Itht
the doctrinal sermon He chose h ee as his
j theme Future Punishment His ser seron
mon on was made up largely of scripture
quotation and M made rDa e a deep Impression Imrrn lon
The afternoon was devoted to a business
session sessionAN SesJonSTAIf aesalonSJAJNWS
STAIf SJAJNWS SJAJNWSAN NfWS NfWSIRRIGATION I
AN IRRIGATION SCHEME SCHEMECanal
Canal Five Miles in Length to toCarry toCarry toCarry
Carry Water WaterFrom From Red RedGate RedGatePointin Gate GatePoint GatePoi
Point Poi Pointin t in WayneCounty WayneCountyKtcfefield neQounty neQountyRleR
Ktcfefield RleR eJd Sept S IA A project of vast a8t im importance m mpedanee mpottnce ¬
portance to that section of tile country
is the me now no on n hOt ot in Wayne county OUl1t OUl1tthat <
that ham for Its object the th construction COn of ofa ofa ofa
a canal about five fI mite JftU in length astb to tocarry tory tocarry
carry ry tk tile water fromfte flGfl1 He4 Gat Gate point to tothe tothe tothe
the Torr Torrey y land This project < t has been beentried beentried beentried
tried and tried again and again but bufthose bethose
those interested heretofore href fore have been per persoiu perCSvy persong
song of o small mean 1I meanE and owing to the theone
CSvy i
heavy condition of the e work to be uo done one I
have found It utterly impossible before fore to tocomplete tocomplet tocomplete
complete the undertaking Newblood and andcapital ftndcapital andcapital
capital is to be Infused into the project projectand projectand projectand
and It is expected that It win be carried j
to a successful conclusion At the stake stakeconference lltakeconferenee stakeconference I
conference In Giles there will be a meet t ¬
ing r regarding the matter and it Is ex expected cxpectod ¬ I Ipeeted
pected immediate step will be taken to topush topush I
push the matter through The building buildingof i
or this canal wilt eave thousands of aCl acrcs acrcsof < i
of good ground that are now lying Idle Idlewaiting IdlewalUng j
walUng for water to redeem them It is isthe 18th4 isthe
the intention Int tton to convert the land that la I j
known an a the Thurber bottob into a vast vttstreservoir v vastreservoir t tre
reservoir re rvolr for th the retention of the water waterand watenoand watersand
and every foot of land between Thurbtt Thurbttand Thurbetand Thurbevand
and Hankaville will be benefited by the thecompletion thecompletion thecomptetlonof
completion of this tb18worJL work which will rank rankas ranKas rankas
as th thtory the greatest t und undertaking takJn In the h his
tory of Wayne ayne county nty
O I Sw Swend ndon of Salt Lake was here hererecently bere hererecently
recently re ntly to examine the progress being
made In the new newwaterWorka waterworks system He Hemet Hemet Hemet
met with the council c unciJ In special session
lie > said the waterworks so tar as com completed ¬
poled are by far the best hw has seen een t In
the state the tank being Ing very ery excellent excellentand excellentand excellentand
and In fact the entice project In splendid splendidcondition splendidcondition splendIdcondition
condition Everything With the new newwaterwork ne newaterworb nowwaterworks
waterworks system is progressing progres lng finely
the plumbers r were put to work on Tuea Tue
da last Jut and as soon an the large pipe pipearrives pipearrives
arrives it will be installed at once and it
la hoped ere long to have the mains all
laid ready for use u useS e eWOMAN
S
WOMAN ON WABPATH WABPATHPamily WARP WABSPATBPamily A 1L 1LFamily
Pamily Quarrel Leads to Hair Pull Pullt PullS
S 9ing t Ing Match on Public Street StreetAmerican StreetAmerican
American Fork Sept 3 3MIf Mrs Julia I
Grant was wa arrested last night and I
brought before fore Judge udge Williams on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of assault and battery alleged to
have been commItted upon the person of
Miss XI Byrle Blgter BI r a 14yearold girl rl The I
Grants Gran and Blglers BlcJt > 18 are neighbors and it itwaa iteas
waa through some 80IIledlCfJcalty difficulty between the therinaJter thesmaller
smaller naJltr children that the trouble wa wacaused WM WMcaueed wascauSed
caused It seems that one of Mrs 111 Grants GrantsMiss GNntsboys Grantsboys
boys was whipping tile UtUlecoutdn 3Ittls cousin ott
Miss BUrterX BI and she Miss Bigler mad
him hb desist and slapoed him L Later > ater Mrs
Grant Graatmet met Miss M Bigler on the street and andas andIUJ andft
as ft BOOH as Miss I Butler tler saw her she Mart started Marted ¬
ed to run Mrs 111 Grant gave ve chase and andovertook andovertook andovertook
overtook her in front pt the new Grant
hotel and andl lfc is claimed gave her an un unmerciful un unmerciful unmerciful ¬
merciful beating beatln pulling her hair tearing tearln tearlnher
her shirt waist nearly n ly off and only de desititg desFtlng
aIl sititg when w paM pasties s nearby Interfered InterferedMrs hlterferetlMre InterferedMrs
Mrs Grant Gr nt Insisted upon vp n a hearing at atonce atonce atonce
once before Judge Williams WID and after afterhearing afterMart afterhearing
hearing Mart both Hides of the case the judge judgetold lodgetold
told them to tro home and be good There Therehas Therehas Therehas
has been bid blood between these two twofamilies twofamilies twofamilies
families for some time past It is to be behooed behooed ij ijhoned
hooed thIs will be the end of it itSeveral ItSeveral itSeveral
Several beet growers In this vicinity
have orders to commence CJCe digging di < sugar sugarbwts BUprbHu sugarbeets
beets next Monday The sugar sU r factory factorywill factorywill tOl
will begin n operations on 0 the 19th They
have notices up that the employes will be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed in th their lr various positions on the tfte9th Ule9th the9th
9th lust for the cominsr comnar campaign eampaiaiiThreshing campaignThreshing mpum mpumTbre
Threshing Tbre hlnllt if on in full blast Boht ma machines machlnee machines ¬
chines are kept buay every day from day ¬
light until dark darkMrs drkMMI dMrkMrs
Mrs Rabert Lee baa filed suit for di divorce dlVOITe divoice ¬
voice against her husband Robert Lee Leeon LMon Leeon
on grounds of nonsuppoVt tt and drunken drunkenntne drunkennC drunkenness
ness ntneCards nessCards
nC Cards are out announcing announcl the marriage marriageof
of Owen Carter of this thl place and 3I Mis MisCutler s sCutler I
Cutler of Lehi oaurhter of Thomas R RCutlerpresident RCutlerpre RCutler
Cutlerpresident Cutlerpre Cutler presideat ldet of the Utah Sugar com company comI coinlany ¬
pany panyMANOT
MANOT XAN I KBWS WS NOTES NOTESNumeroiis NOTESNumero NOTESSS
SS SSNumerous
Numerous Numero Weddings Furnisi FU1 sh Food FoodFor PoodFor
For Society Gossip GossipManti Gos GossipManti ip
Manti Sept Se t K Yesterday Y e In the ho tem temple temple ternDie ¬
ple the following marriages were per performed performed ¬
formed by President Pre John D T McA McAlHster McAuer
Hster Samuel Chrlstensen CIn1ate and Lenora E EAndereen Eo Eondereen l I
Andersen both of Fairvi Fairview w George lJeor e A AZabriskie AZabriskIe AZabiIskie
Zabriskie of Milburn Vtah t tah knd nd Mary MaryMagdalene MaryMadalene MaryMagdalene r
Magdalene Breckenrldge Breckenrl of St t John JohnKan JohnKan JohnKan
Kan John D Bushnrll fe of Meadow Mil Millard MIlard 1111lard
lard county and Jennie 1 1 Riley of Bear Beaver Bee BeefT ¬
er James W V Slain and Dorcas Allred AII d of ofSpring orSpring ofSvring f
Spring City CIl Wilford Fowl Fowlee of Mt MtPleamant MtIpaant MtPleasant
Pleasant and Ellen Bills Bill of Pairvl Fsirviw w wore werral WNfalIO worealso
al alIO also H > Issued a marriage license IIcpn and were wereiparriei wr wr11liniel weremarried
married during durtn the week by b the county countyclerk countyclerk
clerk clerki 1
Mrs Mr t r Hpesoli and a IIU ul tJiiughtor Id ugh i r Iaisv Pai I t isv5 who nli nlihave
nave been visitiiia iu J4 4uU nU fur come time umeo
o
during the iiln I1lness s of Mrs Paul Alder
daughter au hter of Mrs Heesch who was w re recently recently recently ¬
cently operated upon upenby y Dr Sears of this thiscity thiscity
city returned to t th tlIol b boaw in Sak Lake Lakety
City ty during durtnmonthly dUItItK tU4e week weeJLThe weekThe
The monthly priesthood meeting mee of the th theSeuth
South Sanpete stake will T briIlftth briIlftthSGuthw be1iM lirtd in I the theSouth
South SGuthw ward assemMy em aeeml hall ba1 Saturday next nextat nextat nextat
at 11 oclock ck The Suday school quar ouarCentra quarterly quarterly
terly dr f the take will convene In the
Centra school building at 2 p m of the thesame thesame thesame
same day dayPresident dayPrfBldent dayPresIdent
President Lewis Anderson expects e to toleave toleave toleave
leave today for Bestow Bo on a buslneas bQ81n trip tripand tripanj
and expects to be gone p De about three e weeks weeksThe weeksThe weeksThe
The Agricultural AarlcuJt ral cohere professors of ofLogan ofLocan ofLogan
Logan were in ManU 3vertiaing y their theirschool tht theirschool > lr lrcbool
school test Monday M D evening evenl > Stereopticon Stereoptleonviews StereopU Stereopticonviews n nTiews
views of ail their baildings buUdtn interior an anexterior anti antiexterior anexterior <
exterior withexpianatioiia were given by bymembers byzpember bymembers
members of the be company com aay also several severalsongs ftveralonp severalconga
songs and other entertaining t features featuresThey featuresTht featuresThey
They Tht > gave Manti credit for sending about aboutas aboutas
as many students stu enw to the A C as any city cityin cityIn cityin
in the state ontstde outs lde de o of Cache C he county
Colonel George Geo B Squires deputy state stateauditor ataltauditor stateauditor
auditor is in Saapefe Sa looking over overounty the thecounty thecounty
county accounts with County Auditor AuditorEliason AuditorEUalOn AuditorIGiason
Eliason EliasonPresidents IGiasonPresidents
Presidents Lewis Anderson nderson G A A Iver Iverson IverlIOn Iverson
son and Attorney W D Livingston LI lnpton drove droveover droveover
over to Spring City yesterday in the in interest Intere Interest ¬
terest t of the Snow academy academyBOYS academ academBOYS academyBOYS
BOYS SUDDEN SVDDEN DEATH DEATHSymptoms DEATHSymptoms DEATHSymptoms
i Symptoms All Indicate a Case of ofPoisoning ofPoisoning ofPoisoning
Poisoning PoisoningJunction PoisoningJunction PoisoningJunction
Junction Sept 1 1Last Last Saturday morn mornIng mornIng mornlag
i Ing 13yearold Bvie J Munaon son of ofJames ofJame ofJanice
James Munaon Mun on of CirclcvUle wee ap apparently ap apparently aipatently ¬
parently a as robust t a lad as a you OU generally generallyllnd lIentrallYfind generallyfind
find or that age At 7 oclock in the theevening tillevenlnt theevening
evening he was a corpse This in short shorttells hort horttelta borttells
tells the sad story of the demise deml e of a abright abright abright
bright Intelligent boy boythe the baby of the thefamily thetamlly thefamIly
family and one who bad gained the love loveand loveand > i
and respect < t of this whole neighborhood neighborhoodThe
5 The cause of death d tb to yet unknown but butit butIt
it seems that about 11 a m while walk ¬ I
ing towards his home and while stand standing standjug ¬
ing In front of his brothers house be beturned heturned
turned suddenly blind and for some somemoment somemomenw somemomenle I
moment he could not see ee the path to htat htathome h hhome hshome
home This Thls88 passed off and while soon soonafterwards soonafterwards sooDafterwards
afterwards he felt his limbs Jlmb stiffen he hethought hethourht hethought
thought nothing of it until about 1230 p pm pm
m when he became ame violently sick aw awthese aMthftit andthese
these > spells came on at intervals until untilnear untilnear
near 7 p m when he went W4 > l1t into spasms spasmswhich spmswhIch spasmswhich i
which ended tu 11 his death at 7 There was wasno wasnQ wasno
no one to properly diagnose the caa ease < but butthe butthe
the impression was that it was a case of ofpoisoning ofpoisoning I
I poisoning He had eaten green een apples applesFriday appluFriday applesFriday I
Friday evening and chocolate gum drops dropsthe i
the morning mornkl < of or his death One of these e U Ubelieved t Isbelieved j jbfollPed
believed to be the cause of his death deathThe deathThe I
The sympathy of the community < iu ex extended extended
tended tt > nd6tl to his griefstricken parents parentsAVhat pllrentshat parentsVhat I
AVhat hat was expected pect to be one of the theClroleville theholte thehottest
hottest t contested elections ever held In InClrole1l1e inClrcleviile
Clroleville came off yesterday on the thequestion thequeUon thequestion
question of bonding the school bool district for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose > of building a school bocJl house housebut hoUBtbut housebut >
but either 4lth4 > r the opponents to issuing bonds bondsforgot bondRtOrllot benistotgot
forgot the date of election or experienced experienceda e Henced Henceda
a change of heart for the better as a there therewere th thwere therewere
were only eight votes against while whilefortyfive whl whlfortyfive whilefortyfive
fortyfive votes ote were cast M for bond bondfeMANTI bondMANTI bonds3fANTI
MANTI DISTRICT COURT COmtTJurors COuRJurors COURTJurors
Jurors Selected Select SelectedtoServe d to Serve e During Sep September siptember ¬ I Itember
tember Term TermMantl T6III1MantL TermManti
Mantl Sept 1 iCount 3County County Clerk P PEI W Wlaeon IVEljason
EI Eljason laeon n In accordance with the provisions provtaionbof t tof
of law la has ha with the aid of other county countyofficials cc1untrotttclai countyofficials
officials selected the following followln jurors jurorsto
to act at the September term of tne tneSeventh tneSeventb t lie lieSeventh
Seventh judicial district court which whichconvenes whichcoftene whichconvenes
convenes on the Hth l4t mat Isaac E Allred AllredRobert AllredRobert AilredRobert
Robert Slain and James Blain Spring SpringCity SprlngClty SpringCity
City Peter W Hansen Fajrview F rVlew Joh JonOldroyd JohOldrod JohOldroyd
Oldroyd Fountain Green George H HDraper HDraper HDraper
Draper Moroni Jens Te Mickelsen Xlc1 l1llen Manu MantiH MantlH
H M Edwards Sterling Charles Cbarl Justen Justensen t tsen jRn
sen Spring City Clt Peter > r C e Petersen en Eph Ephralm Ephraim j
raim C H Christensen Centerfield CenterfleidWIlliam I IWilliam jYllliam
William B Richie Marti Amaaa David Davidsen Daldlien DavIdsen
sen lien Fair Falrview view Henry Henr Beal Ephraim m T TR TR TR
R Davis Wales Andrew F Anderson AndersonHphralm AndersonEphzalm Andersonldphraim
Hphralm James Draper Moroni John JohnC JohnKjar
C Kjar Manti P E 5 Anderson Foun Fountain Fountiln Fountam ¬
tain tam Green James P Larsen Fairvlew FairvlewW Falrv1eH
W H Seely Seel Mt Plearant John Dorius DoriusKphraim DoriusEpkralin
Kphraim EphrahnSylve Sylvester tel Whiting Centerfield CenterfieldHenry Centerf lob lobHenry
Henry HEnr Ericksen Mt It Pleasant PleasantThe PleasantThe
The Tn criminal coyrt calendar ia dar for the theSeptember theStpternbfor theSeptember
September term te as a follows followsState tonoWsState folioaState I
State vs 8 Joseph Jo HIlL assault ult with a adeadly adtftdl adeadly
deadly dtftdl weapon Defendant i Is now no 11 gory servinga goryS 111 111jng ¬
inga jng S II tenoi t of two t years eans in the stat staUpenitentiary statpenItentiary tat > t tpenitentiary
penitentiary His case may possibly be bediamisH bedismissed
dismissed dlm1isstiState dismissedState d dState
State c5 > I Charles W V Larsen Lat en charged chargedwith charKoOOwith chargedwith I
with Imputing unchastlty to females femalesState realeeStaUi femalesState
State vs v Ole 01 Christenaen assault with witha
a deadly weapon weaponState weaponState weaponState
State of Utah ex tel Birch Creek Irri Irrigation Irrigatlou Irrigatlon ¬
gation company a corporation cor tiol et at atDelbert vs vsDeibert vsDIbeLt
Deibert Terry et al aitf a Cf William WlIlI m Burn BurnsMe BurnsWe Burnside
side violation of decree rteereState dflellNState decreeState
State vs Sheridan Allied AI ehargeil eharg with withlarceny withlarceny 1th 1thlarceny
larceny larcenyFRANOBISE larcenyFRANomSE S SS
S FRANOBISE FRANomSE l 1 1PBAANCHISE FOB FOB POBTEOLLE POBTEOLLECache TROLLEY rnO LE LECache I ICache
Cache County Commissions rniss Favor JFavorElectric FavorElectric FavorElectric
Electric ENd KodLogan ENdLogan RoadLogan
Logan Sept 2 1The The board of county countycommissioners eountycotmll countycommissioners
commissioners cotmll lJonens of this county today t > took tookaction tookaction tookaction
action on n the t le petition of D R Roberta Robertafor RobertHtor Robertsfor
for a franchise e for an elecifrlc railroad to tonm toMIn torun
nm from frojnlreston ifreston to W 1tIltvAJa < lsvAiU by way of ofHyrum ofHJUnt ofHyrurn
Hyrum Roberta it to said is actir actlrg for fortbe torthe forthe
the same parties parti that are applying pplytn for forsinilar rorslnll1r forslnllar
sinilar franchises flaneh in other counties and andwho andbot andwh
who wh bot propose Hbuildtllg building a Ho ltnq from 111 Preston Prestonto
to Santaquln SantaqulnWhen
When RoBerta Ro rtJJ applied for the franchise franchisehe
he refused retv ed to dvrlge the aam names s of th thmen thjmen tho thomen <
men behind b1nd him and the ocmmtaaionem ocmmtaaionemtherefore ocmmtufonerHtherefo ccrnndaloneratherefore
therefore refused to act Th prcmotors preinotoreiin41y r IDctan IDctantm
tinilly tm l omronntcated with the board b ar ara arc arca ama
a draft of the franchise e which the coun countv cooniv
tv vr ws willing to grant was all autmltted to toit tothn tothtn
thn They obj2ctfI t > some pqrt pqrtfms of ofIt ofIt
it and today it was modified an far us usIracticabie u asiraetlcabIo
Iracticabie ctlable to saH aa them and passed paasedIt ued
It gives a franchise for fifty years re requires lequlre reluireg ¬
quires that construction on trurUon be beln ln n within flf flftem fi fiten
tem te n iionths nth8 that within one ytar t ar frrr frrrth frfwlh froicth
th onmencenKiit Cnntfn < fm < nt of construction ten tenniles ttllmil tentnhlee
niles mil of road must be in ot operation > cratioti attot1 and Anitbt andthe ni nith
th the vnolt Jolt must Ma t I Ie > completed ompl tctl within five fiveyears flvtrs fiveyears
years rs or the > fr frmncnlee ncnle br fOrfelte forfeitwlThe forfeltelThe l lThe
The board bO rd removed JtmOPt > I all tbe registrar lt < lstnr1t in inthis intbl inthis
this tbl city today because OfCal N of f the > redistrict redistrictini5 nodlgtrlClIn
ini5 In il of thc th city 19 and will ppoint new re registrarfi rtIhtraNl regletrars
gistrarfi on Sept 5et 23 A after the political politicalparties politicalparties politicalparties
parties have hp v be best ft n notified notifiedB
B B K 1 P HttEI Her resigns 11 lCo af d dtl deioamte leeate rate to th thIrrigation t21Irrigation thIrrigation I
Irrigation Congress Con8H and Fred Turner was wasnamed I Inamed inamed
named in his steal stealPANGTJITqH stl8 1 1PANGUITqH
I
PANGUITqH NEWS NOTES NOTESAnticipate NOTESAnticipate
Anticipate Largest Largestcrops Crops Ever Hawed HawedIn RAiftdIu
In That Section SectionPauguitch SectionPal1gultclt SectionPanguiteb
Pauguitch Sept 1 IIf If we can have haveseven havevenmore haveseven
seven venmore more days without frost C t Panguitch Panguitchvalley Pa PangultchvlIey ltch ltchvalle
valley will have matured the largest and andpeat
peat crops ever known in this section sectionThe sectionThe
The surveyors for the Rio Grande Weat Weatem IVeetcrim Ve t tern
em began work for that road at Veaters Veatersranch paters
ranch fourteen mlJesnorth mIles north o of Pangultch
yesterday surveying the route ro te through throughBear throughBear I
Bear canyon Bear valley and Buckskin Buckskinvalley
valley toward lrontoD the celebrated celebratediron I
iron mines near Cedar City This pro proposed proposed ¬
posed railroad leaves Panguitch ten ml miles mll1to led I Ito
to Ole south but will be clollle enough I
for our people to hear the locomotive locomotivewhistle loeomoCvewht ioeomotvewhIstle
whistle whistlePanguitch wht whIstlePangulteb tIe
Panguitch stake conference was held in I
PangaHch Aug S 90 and M 11 There was wascounsel waBa
a Very ry large attendance > AJtaOn Among th the via viaitors
ItoIl were Jonathan O Ktlaball of the thecounsel thecounsel
counsel of the seventies and Mrs M Ruth RuthFox RuthFox RuthFox
Fox of Salt Lake representing the L Y
M I I A The Latterday Saint had a atime atime atime
time long to be remembered rememberedHarvesting rememberedHarvesting rememberedHarvesting
Harvesting is now in full blast with withslight witbslight withslight
slight appearance of rain rainCHTTJ rainCHILD rainCHILD
CHILD > DROW DROWWS S IN DITCH DITCHAttempts DITCHAttemptll DITCHAttempts
Attempts to Follow His Ifatkpr and andFalls andPails Ii IiFalls
Falls From Improvised c1 Bridge BridgeSpecial BridgeSpecial BridgeSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice
I
Price Sept 3 3Tbe The 2yeajvold ye ooId son of ofRobert tiCRobert
Robert Powell jr a prosperous pro perog farmer farmerliving farmerliving r rliving
living two miles above Price vouf wa drowned drownedin
in an irrigation ditch this afternoon The Thefather Tbefather Thefather
father had left the house t tqw tq work In an anadjolnlnt anadjoining j
adjoining field and it is SUMO su sulposod the t Ut little Uttie UttIe ¬
tie fellow attempted to folloW foUO Mm 10 The Thechild Theehlld Thechild
child had failed from a plank aerass ao the theditch Utedltcll theditch
ditch and Tras vse carried down stream et a eon considerable eonlderable eonskierable ¬
siderable distance where the body bac11CflV was re recovered iscover ¬
covered CflV cover by a neareMng eal hJnc party after th thmother tbmother the themother
mother had missed him himPBOVO h1nLPROVO binPROVO
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESPro NOTESProYo
Provo Pro Sept I aMary Mary Alice Je of ofAmerican ofAm ofAmertegn
American Am Fork has brought I suit uit for di divorce dl dlvole ¬ I
vorce against Robert E Lee on the thegrounds tAtenD4 thegrOunds
grounds nD4 of habitual drunk drunkenness plain plaintiff plaintltt plaintiff
tiff asks for the custody of a minor child childa
a division dlvl Jon of the property JM 10 a month monthaliraorv monthaUlllfol monthaUIsor
aliraorv costs and attorney tees Tne Tneparttea Th
parttea part Ie were married in America Fork
AUK AUft18 18 1W 1WThe 1810Tbe ll llThe >
The family of Mr and Mrs Perry
Pierce of Pleasant View has been in increased In Inby increased ¬
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