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Sr TONDON ONDO Sept 11 nFrom From alJ au JJ parts partsof partiL rtJI rtJIof
L L of the tb country came reports of ofdestruction ofdeetructioR
destruction on i land and aDd1Iea sea se by bythe byth
the th terrific trrI gale The wind has now nowabated nowahated
ahated but telegraphic teh > graphlc and other oUlermunlcatton Com Communication ¬
munication with the outside > world is isonly Isonl i
only onl possible ble after much delay In Insome In80me
some cases the lines Un are entirely down downThe doWJITh
The Th suburbs of the metropolis are lit littered IIttt littered ¬
tered tt red with trees and branches which whichhave whlckhae whkkbave
have been blown down The tents of ofthe oftht
the first ftrstarmy army corps which was wa under undercanvass undertanvan
canvass preparatory to taking part in inthe Inthe
the maneuvers were almost blown to topieces toplectW
pieces pIec It is possible poI that the whole wholeforce wholeforce
force may be recalled re 1e4 from Aldershot AldershotThe AldersbotThe AlderebotS
S The breakwater of the new harbor la laQcursa I IOCUJM
Qcursa ocur of construction oo tructlon at Dover Dover1k has hass
1k been s en entirely swept away involving a aloss
loss e of many thousands of pounds poundssterling poundStfTUnS
sterling TM lb channel steamers from fromFrance from1rance
1rance arrived this t thl afternoon alteraoonPltrlloul7 after afterperilously afterpriiouoly
perilously ridtag rtdI r1d1s out the atorm for six sixor libO
or seven vn hours Many lifeboat reseaes reseaesiMese r rw
wee w made and several fatalities and andaccidents aJlClaoaIdentJI
arn7 accidents were recorded raeord Much Muchis MuewVedcss
wVedcss is being washed up all around U
the tit oewst
Bodies Bodl Washed Up Upvagesmes UpQt
Qt vagesmes ag 5SflOH reports that a ketch ketchcrew WchGaW kotobcrow
crew numbering namberin eight men were all all4f L Ldrsrhs
drawaaa drawaaaAt 4f
At South See oa several bodies have havebeen MveMrl t
been t washed up Poole TVhitestable TVhitestablea Whtte WbItatabkI tabJe tabJeatPortamouth
a atPortamouth M 4 Portsmouth all report wrecks and andfafaHtSes aDdtnue I
fafaHtSes A derelict yacht has been beentewed beentv I
r tv tewed into Portsmouth The fate of her herciew
ciew 011 is 1 not known knownMuoii knownMuah
Muoii damage has been bee done at Bath BathA Bath1IuWalf Bat I
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A vascal ell is in distress off the Goodwill GoodwinBands GoodwillalW L
I Bands where the lightship te adrift
The lifeboats have bean busy on all allXMUis allJNWta 1 I
XMUis of the coast The hop crops have havesttftored hangreat
sttftored great damage damageA damageAcll
I A Acll dispatch p tch from Cowes Isle mb of Wight Wightreports WightTepwt
reports that the American meriCan steam yacht yaChtwu
Es Baefcaatress baatreu was wa badly damaged In the thegliah th i
iiJag gliah Ush channel c annel A South Sea lifeboat lifeboatwent
went w At out to a distressed bark oft Wey Weynouth Weyonth
nouth onth th There were ao signs of olUte olUteoa life lifeOR 2If
1 OR the vesaol and It Is supposed ed that thatcrew
hja crew was drowned drownedEARTHQUAKE drownedEARTHQUAKE
EARTHQUAKE EARTHQUAKESHOCKS SHOCKS SHOCKS0a SHOCKSot8l
1 ot8l 0a keEn a and Washington Wa hincton Somewhat SomewhatShaken SomewhatShaken
I Shaken Up UpPortland UpPortJand
Portland Sept 11 ItTwo Two earthquake earthquaketoek
Eh0eawreelt1ntbIs0ItyatZ4l Eh0eawreelt1ntbIs0ItyatZ4leioek toek were felt elt in this city at I IeIoek 46 46dock
eIoek this afternoon at rnoon There was no noajLHBRge DOone Th I
ajLHBRge done don one as far as known al although aJh altbouh ¬
though h the largest brick buildings w were were4I1dte re resttaketi C
sttaketi quite severely severelyrdWfealte MYerelyCIIMaI
rdWfealte CIIMaI Wash W h Sept ept 1L lLTkree Three die dtefifeMt dieftIIet di
fifeMt earUMiuaJce snockc were felt here hereaft hereall hr r rg
aft 4 ootock this afternoon They lasted lastedMWal I
MWal I vtl seconds No temaya was done doneid doned
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1111fem Crom m one to three earthquake earthquakeVere artbquskWere e eft aS
Were ft felt at abovt 4 oclock this thi a
tfAwuuiw wnooe No 4aMM alaage i le reported at any anyTacoma anyT an anTaeoms
Tacoma Wash Wu1ltlept Waa3ept Sept IX iLhre < Xhroe h di diw d die diewt
w wt earthquake tbquak Mfcocks I6o oeks ka were felt her
is I afternoon aft nooa the tb movement bins from fro
X t te west Windows rattled and doors doors4o
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Peadwood dwood 8 D Sept epL 1L lLTbe The consti conatlaad ¬
tution and bylaws which were the ape special apedel ¬
del order for this mornings session aIon of o f
the American Mining congress were wereadopted C
adopted ed as submitted wff wrth the exception ii
< rf t two minor changes Tbe conldted
te the reduction of the number of dele delegates ¬
gates to is l appointed a lated by the governor deicf of ofa ofate c ca f
a ate state 1st from fifteen to ten and the re re r I ¬
t daction of the th nowber of delegates to be beappointed beoted tj C CpntM
appointed oted by a chamber of commerce
hoard 1 r4 of trade or other such body from froi a aee
tfcree ee to two the th object o t being belA < to place place1ft
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tIaIIt tialswax wa was submitted and accepted
The afternoon session Ion was w devoted to toa toon I o oa
a discussion 11km on and nd adoption of a constUu constUuaad COt Utu I In
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ear and the selection tl lectlon of the next meet meetplace meetee I Ipiece
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ton by the British charge daffaires da daffaireL < al alr
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two or three islands oJT the northeast northeastcoast northeue t toout
S coast of Brtt British North Borneo by the theUnited theV1ed Ui Uitited e
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evidently e stilt aUI exerting exert eaertIu Dc pramere both bothat
at a t Constantinople and Sofia to avert a aTurkoBulgarian aTurkoBu1
TurkoBulgarian TurkoBu1 T rlan war apparently with withI
some so me temporary success but meantime meantimean
I an a n increasingly terrible tale of street atrocltlee
ties ti es committed in Macedonia itftoWIJ Howthat How
I that t the situation Is dally dait becoming beClftlwga
aggravated aggravatedThe a ravated ravatedThe
The news that a French nch squadron is a aAolng
going g to the Levant is also considered consideredominous
ominous o and this step by the French Frencbgovernment
government g probably will b bit 1 followed followedby
by b y similar action on thepart the pUt of efetber efetberpowers other
powers powersThe powersThe p owersThe
The Turkish embassy in London tn tnIts n
Its It s denial leaned 8a4ly of O Turkish Turldsatrocttl
atrocities atrocttl a today totIaydeeIani declare d c1ari it t be 1Molutely ab b
olutely s false that Ottoman troops are areurning
burning b < viUa eiflaes ea the th Aruth being that thatit thatIt
it Is the BUlgarians BUIpr who who at the ap
pb reach Proac p of the troops tno use e explosives to
burn b urn the YlUages vlllagesbefere before leaving them themand themand themnd
and a nd then accuse the Turkish troops troo of ofsuch ot8ueh
such s abominable deeds deed8The
The same communication maintains lDaintaJnthat
that t there were ere only eight e t persons e11lODlland killed killedand
and a aB nd fifteen wounded m In the affray at
BeIrut B eirut anti that many fU fegitive to Leba Lebanon Lebaon
non n on are returning retl1nm to then bent bentXusacre homes homesaesacre nemes nemesMassacre
Massacre aesacre Planned PlannedAccording PlannedAcoordbac PlannedAcoording
According to special dispatches from fromontatinople
Constantinople C the Mussulmans sacked
Christian C houses during durlngtlSe the disorders at ateirut
Beirut B eirut and sensational rumors of aU
kinds k inds are current including mcl a general generalmassacre eeeraler
massacre m er at Beirut the imminent dyna dynamiting dynamlUng ¬
miting m ml iting of public buildings and the poison poisonag
log l ag of the water supply at Constant Constantnople Con Congtanttople tanti tantiDODle
nople nopleFrom DODle DODleIrom n ople
Irom From Vienna comes again an uncon ¬
firmed f report that Boris Sarafoff the theMacedonian theKacedonlan
Macedonian M leader has been murdered murderednear murderedDear
near n eat Monastlr MonastlrThe MonasUrThe MonastirThe
The Daily Malls Mall correspondent at Mon Monaetir
a aetir stir Ur in a dispatch l patch dated 4t Sept C claims claimsthat clal
that himself British Vice Comral Mc McGregor MeGregor ¬
Gregor O regor and an American missionary missionarynamed mlMlonalnalMd
named n Bond are the Intended victims of
Turkish Turkl T h revenge because they reported reportedthe
the t tc he Turkish atrocities If their murder murdercould murdercould murderould
could c be compassed compa ed It would be fathered fatheredupon fatheredupon
upon u pon the Bulgarians BulgariansHorrible BulPriansHorrible
Horrible Atrocities AtrocitiesThe AtrocitiesThe
The correspondent describes de further the theatrocities tbeatroclUe
atrocities a by soldiers In one case they
flayed f fo a little girls head while la J an anotker anotk anther
fw otker otk o they dug the flesh fle h from under a awomans aWeIAJlS amcne
womans w mcne arm with pocket knives knIT inorder inorderte in order
te t o see the working of her lungs lungsA
tM A Constantinople dispatch to the Bally Dailyallj
Mallj wanJ M allj dated Sept 1ft i4 eay ays 11 the porte tele telegraplied teleIn >
graplied In g raM hed to Washington Wuhln < ton asking a kllltr to have havethe havethe
tB the t he American squadron recalled from fromBeirut fromBeIrut
Beirut B but the request was refused Min Minister Xlnlater Mm Mmt ¬
later I t r Leishmann declared that it would wouldremain wouldrema1n wouldremain
remain until the departure of the late latevail lat
vail 1 ail Beheld Pasha PashaOfficial Pubaotftclaht
Official of the German embassy here bretoday ber
today t tt Informed the Associated A Press p that thatthere
there t was no truth in the staemeat made madeby madethe
by b y the Constantinople correspondent of ofthe oftile
the t he London Standard to the effect that thatthere tbatthere
there t was wa reason to believe that G Ger GerJDan r rmany
JDan many was encouraging Turkey to rigr rigrottsty rtll0UIIIy r1flusiy
ottsty o suppress the th Macedonian Macedon Insurrec Insurrection lurNetIon lniurreciQib ¬
ot tion t with regard for European eaD remon remonstrances remonatrancM ¬
strances s It 1 t was wa asserted a at the em embassy emy ¬
bassy b SSe7 y that the essential e principle of Ger German German ¬
man policy was to agree Iee to the proposals proposalsof
of f Russia and Austria and that beyond beyondso
so 5 0 doing Germany had not taken any anysteps anytePs
tePs s in the Balkan situation situationSIXTY ituationSIXTY
SIXTY YEARS INSURED INSUREDMutual lNSUREDMutual S
Mutual Life Policy Holder HolderReaches HolderReaches 5
Reaches Century of Existence Existenceand Existenceand
and Is Still Hale HaJeSpecial H e eSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldNew HldNew IjesaldNew
New York Sept 11 11Cbarles Charles H HBooth HBooth
Booth of En Englewood lewood N NJ J celebrated celebratedthe celebratotthe I
the one hundredth anniversary of his hishlrth hisbirth I
birth on Sunday and the Mutual I LIfE LiteIlMUrance > lfe lfeInsurance t
LIfEL
Insurance company of New York sent senthim enthha L
him bb a greeting handsomely haD omely engrossed engrossedcongratulating enaroaedcoqratulaUng
congratulating him on this event Mr MrBooth MrBooth
Booth Is the oldest policyholder in inAmerica IDAmerica I IAmerica
America and fs s the dean of the Mutual MutualLifes MutualUtes 1
1r
Lifes army of policyhoiders having havingJoined havIDtrjoined r
Joined J that company to the year hSVhiIt of its itsorganization ItsorganlaaUGa iti t
organization 1843T 14CommunIcatIonwltl 14CommunIcatIonwltlthe Communications Communl attonewlth attonewlththe with withthe 1
the actuaries of foreign companies who whohave whohave
have bay taken great interest t lit this thi case caseshow M MItitow
show that there is not another living livingInstance IhnglItance C
Instance in the world wherein a policy policyholder policyholder policyhoidcr
holder has maintained hi bl blfor Insurance Insurancefor I
for sixty years and reached the age o
100 years The result re of this thu long In Insurance 111surance
surance is interesting The originalpolicy originalpolicy I I
policy called for payment aeDt of I 2OM The TheMutual TheJIutual
Mutual Life has h to date declared divl divldeads
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deeds de upon this policy amounting to to57G2 ti J
576322 making the policy and dlvi dividends dlvidenda ¬ I
denda 77022 The net netpremtum premiums paid paidby paldby I I
by the insured amounted to 223920 223920Mr 23920Mr I
Mr Booth is I in good health walks a amile amile t I
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mile or two each day has good vision visiona visionfair a
a fair head of hair and Is Interested in inthe Inthe h I
the local and national events He is isproud IIIproud It a
proud of his investment IDestnl ftt and his hl long longassociation r
association with the Mutual Life LifeDOHESTIC Lifee LifeDOMESTIC
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DOMESTIC DOMEStICTRAGEDY DOMEStICTRAGEDYCole TRAGEDY TRAGEDYDenver IRAGEDVDPO8
Denver Cole Sept 11 nH H M Hay Hayden H Hdft Hydon
den this U evening ev nllV shot his hi wife through throughthe Utro Utroifglbody tda tdathe
the body and then fired three bullets bulletsinto bulletsInto bulletInto
into himself one passing through his hiswrist hisWI hi hiwrtet
wrist one taking effect in his Ia breast breastand breaatand hennaand
and the other entering < the brain killing killinghim rI r
him The Tb woman will probably p o bIT die dieThey dieThey I
They decided last Monday to separate separatehut aepatebut
but today Hayden became intoxicated intoxicatedand tntoidcateand
and an pl going to hta hI wifes wlteslaome home commit committed COUted ¬
ted tie Ut the double uMe trim rime They were ftrelMKh ftrelMKhDathe conenitii both bothnatives btl ii
natives of Pennsylvania Bach ach was wasabout wasabout wa S
waI
about 10 P years old and they hadbeen hadbeenmarried bad been beenmarrted bee I
married seven ven years yea They Th y had no nochildren n nchildren o ocbn
cbn children ren
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DEATH D OX O PIOiTBBK PIOiTBBKWOliftra PIO PIOW111ian PX0NB
WOliftra Haslam 111 of Logan Joins the theSilent theSnent Ui UiSilent C
Silent Majority MajorityIx ajorttyTAlran ajarityLogan
Ix Logan > ian Sept 8ep JlWIInara Haslam Hislamplonr a athis apioneer
pioneer and w well n known wItt busbies man IIHLftthis 0 0this
this county died at his home in thl this city cIt V
last night He had wen ailing for a long longtime 10 10time lonitime
time with wfthan an affection of the stomach stomachand stomaciC tomacbMIJ
and ml medical med1c l skill afforded hhn but Nttta Ntttarelief Ittt Itttrelief HUtrelief C
relief He was wa in his hi Cth th year He Heborn was wasborn ns nsborn
born in Little Heaton Lancaster LaftCterland Eng Engand ¬
land l but ut came to America in 186Z settling
in Salt Lake City He came me to Cache Cachecounty Cacheounty Cachcounty
county in IS U and was amoog the 1 first fhsteetliers firsttllel
thet
eetliers tllel in this valley TalJe He ran the first firstsawmill fintsawmllt t
firse
sawmill erect erected < d in Cache valley Later he hewas Ma b bii e I
was a connected rODne < hd with the Logan l pn branch branchof brafleot ii
of Z c M I but severing severt his connection connectionwith connectloiwith
with ftll that institution he purchased the theflour thelour Ui Uiflour
flour mill at Millville which he operated operateduntil ted teduntil a auntil
until a few days before his death when whenhe wMnhe whe
he sold it He lived Jlv J in Welsvilie W Havl1le up till tmlast U Ulast
last 1jovber wn ke Moved tA 1 this thisner till tillcity
city JJvf e had d e seryed tw tnS terms a oounty Gonflt Gonfltcommissioner
com commissioner ner an anUons ant iros held o F
Uons tion of trust He was highly respected respectedHe ed
He leaves a wife and family of oc of eight eightchildren elptchildren It Itchildren
children The Th body will be interred at a
Wellvlll n vill un Qnd fld < 1 funeral fun IAI serv1 serviose IJ will be beheld b
held at tjbat tiat at place p ce at 2 oclock Sunday SundayC Sunda SundaREAL SundayBBAL
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from 2V 2 rods north of southwest southwestcorner JOnutbwftlltrnerot southwestcorner
corner rnerot lot 3 3 block 23 plat D S 1
James Thomson to Alice Butter Butterworth Butlerworth Butterworth
worth north half of lot 11 Pittas Pittasnubdivteton PltblsubdlV
subdivision ubdlV Jlon 12UO 12UOJames JUOJames 121 121James n
James Thompson to August flaunt Hauptfllesch flauntflleseb t I
fllesch lot 31 nubdlvision of east easthalf ethaIr
half block blO < k 10 plat C CH X509 X509H 1500H
H B Scott to John S Corless lots lot lotand
29 2 and W block 2 Hunters subdi subdivision 8t1bdlJ ¬
vision J lon aw awJohn aIOJohn 3 3John Ito
John H Smith to James Thompson Thompsonlot
lot JJ n subdivision ot east t fcaif block blockW
W ip1atc plat C W WJohn 110John I Iohn to
John ohn P Cahoon to Miller K JeJ On Cahoon Cahooncompan Cahooncompany hoe hoecompany
company 15 acres section 12 town township to tohlp township ¬
ship hlp J south th range 1 west 6000 6000John 60 400 400John 0 0John
John W Rees to Jessie West 2Ux
W 1 rods rod southwest from Jftr J 12 12south rod rodsouth rodt rodtlIth
south lIth of f northeast Olrth Ht corner f1l1 r lot lotb1k 8 8block ItblJek
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UNION U N OFI LEADER UNDER LiND E R ARREST1 ARREST I
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Cripple Creek Colo Cob Sept 11 11Durinl 11Durinle During Duringthe
j the th e early part of this evening the per pGCn ¬
tions i ons n of the district dh trtct which are lighted Il < bted by b
the th e La Belle Jle Power 4k Light company
t were Wre W ere in darkness the company for some IIOmereIIOn om omreason
J reason re ason delaying to turn on the current 1
Complaints C were wt > n made at military head headdarkness
A uarters u arter by th the cltlseM and It is said
ftonral < i neral Bell notified d Ole light company
t that th thbe at no further dela delay In tile servlcoe would
be tolerated and the CU current nt was started
j DurIng the time the d1 diatrict trict wa waa In Inrkness
darkness S rkness kn Lieutenant Greenwood company
j Iof I of Colorado Springs and Lieutenant
j Kelly IC ICri eily troop B Denver were injured by
i riding ri ding into open prospect boles As a
j result Pe ult of this and other similar accidents
General G eneral Bell announced tonight that the thestate
I state ate te law which provides that unused
prospect pe nspect holes must be either filled or
poH j covered po vereci must be complied with at once oncee i
J He H e declared that no evasion or delay
1 would w ould be permitted in this matter I
James Lafferty a union leader was aII ar arrested ¬
rested re sted and placed in the th guard uard house to to
Day da y No charge against him was w made
j public p pw ublic It is said that seven men are
wanted w by b the authorities I
The guards at the Golden Cycle mine to tor to
j nlcht ni ght createdcon created considerable lderabJe t excitement by J
fi rl ring r a dosen shots at a man who was wasng
i Pauinc Im ashig ng on the railroad track and refused
to stop when ordered to do so The man
t esccaned esccanedBANK 4NCCpedlOCAL ea
lOCAL IOCALBRIEFS BR1EfS BR1EfSBANK
BANK CLKAJtlKOtrSalt QtLsaJt Lake bank bankearings
clearings cl earings yesterday y yestord wave WBC ftiTJttM MltI com compared
pared p ared with IS937Wil the corresponding correapo correapondhay
day d ay of last year yearMBS YealMJtS
MRS RUDD DI DIJESN DIESNe1 SKvew has been re r S
ceived c 1Mln In Salt t Lake eor of the e death In Seat Seate
tie tI e Tuesday Tue of Mrs Hattie Thurgood
Rudd R udd She leaves a husband and one
child childorancn childSWiDISH c hild hildSWDrSH
SWiDISH GA THXlUHGThe local
bl8nen b ranch of the Swedish Brotherhood of Ofmerica f
America A held a smoker last evantacr at atThere ats
It s rooms In the A Auerlsech b bulWl liulldllW
Th There ere were cigars Swedish Sweet punch anti
music m usic by an orchestra orchestraGOBS ore orehestegGOES beet beetGOES
GOES TO MONTANAAn order was wassued
issued I sued ued by the thefdral federal court yesterday 7 te1day to tq
ho have h ave George M Clark the alleged post
office o embezzler from Lombardy Meat Meetp
removed r to Helena for trial Deputy p
United U nited State Marshal > aI8hal Page e will leave lea
today toda t with the prisoner prisonerMISS prieonerMISS
MISS PERRINS RECITAL RECITALMia Miss Lu S i
ella e lla Perrin will be heard in a recital at
the t tg he tabernacle Monday night The pro peoS ¬
gramme g will include several solos by S
Misa M iss Ferrin
selections by a male quar qua ¬
tette t tte the full tabernacle choir and in ¬
strumental s pieces p on the organ by b Pro ¬
fessor sneer J J McClellan McClellanLOST McClellanLOST
LOST POCKETBOOK George < D
Bates B ates of Cleveland who is connected
with w ith th the Lake Lak Shore road and who is
one o ne of the del deiates gate m the convention of
ticket ti cket agents ente reported yesterday that he
had h a4 lost J NIt < his pocketbook containing contalnl all
his h is passes The passes were bulletined
so s o they cannot be used by any other
person personNITW p erson
penonNEW
NEW PASTOR INSTALLED INSTALIDRer Rev J
W i v Jeffreys Jetfr the new pastor of the Cal ¬
vary v ary Baptist church was Installed last lastevening lastevenlD lastvening
evening e The ceremonies were both im haressive ¬
pressive pre p lve and Interesting Interelltl lr Rev Mr MrKln Kin Kiney
ney n ey Rev Mr Brown and Rev Mr Bur Burett ¬
nett n ett officiated Editor dltor W W S Taylor of 01
ta the t he Plaindealer delivered dell < red the welcoming
address addreuTO a ddressTO S
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TO RAISE MONEY MONEYThe The Commercial Commercialrlub ommerclalrlub I Iub
rii rlub ri ub will help Otcdenraise Ogden the balance iance of taJ r
i riP 1200 needed nf > for the Irrigation congress rlog
F J KJ KJf 1lesel el representing pret ntlnlr tneYTfifcrt Uh com ¬
mittee n Lttee > met with the hoard of f governors ectlIJ
of o oe f the Commercial Hub laat evening tnlng and andexplained andexplained anc
explained e the situation It ItN1ut was decided dcMsy ancI I
bp by b y the board to render nd alt assistance I Iossible
possible PDUfbJf p Governor Hfeber Hhbe M Wells
Stephen S Sw H Love and 00 R S Campbell I
Sn were w ere appointed a committee to raise the thenecessary tb tby
necessary n y amount amountSTATE amountSTATE <
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STATE FAIR ATTRACTOKS ATTRACTIOSTbe The di directors dtrMtoN dlsetns ¬
rectors r of the ate fair are arranging ananct for ferunique r
some unique attractions for the romfcig
exhibition e They propose e to give the p pa
trons tronaot t rona of the fair some forms torm of entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmeat paS ¬
ment that they have not seen n at the fair r
grounds g rounD here bef before ro Contracts have I
been b een closed with Steiner brothers the tili tilirick
trick t performers who for three thr years yearswere Y yesrwsee
were one of the star attractions with
RingUug lUDIIU Cros circus The Savage re re ¬
volving v ladder artists have also been se secured 1Jecurfd seured ¬
cured c and will give exhibitions oa o the theaerial tiwtaflrlaf Ui
aerial s ladder l dder and the thsl1de slide for life lifewwet lIfewiref
wwet Be eeerst eml era other > h r outdoor attractions atteactiorare
are a re being negotiated fte tfatecl for 1ft and the diNt ¬
tON t ore propose pro C to secure all of there tea teaures ¬
tUftS L ures that they tM can canMADAME canjDAME an anMADAME
MADAME JARVIS SANG BANGAt At the re recital re ¬
cital c yesterday ye terd afternoon Madame Mary Mar
Deane Jarvis was heard for the first t
time t since nee her return tur from a tour of J ju jurope u urope uope
rope r Madame Jarvis 10 a professional professionalsinger prot tadona tadonaslnllojr
singer s from New York and has a voice voiceof voiceof
of o f exquisite sweetness although not no noeavy >
heavy h eavy enough for the tabernacle Her Ht 1Icelection > r J
selection s was With Verdure Clad from
the t oratorio of the Creation by b tfaydn Ila Ilaydnt dn
It I t was a difficult selection RI on and Was ren reneied j
dered d in a most artistic manner Mis
Emily J JSup sup sang also her number bine bJn f
Dost Thou Know That Fair Land I Irom
froinMWp tro f rom Mtcnon on Her voice is I clear cI des ar r and andsweet aAdBWNt art artweet
sweet s but extreme nervousness nervousn marred macro macroer
h hPt er r number The organ numbers were wereall wprEan werall
all excellent xcpJJ nt the overturn > from Tann Tannauser
bauser b auser being especially well rendered rendwrtAt MndprfIS renderedAt >
IS ISAt
S At Mullettg MullettgToday Mul1attsTodaY MullottgToday
Today Boys Suit Sale Tour choice choiceat hoicet hoic e et
at a t 175 regular price 200 250 to 500 500MINING teoTo 590 590N
N MINING EXCURSION EXCURSIONTo
To Park City Sept 13 13Leave 13IAave 13Leave
Leave Salt Salt Lake 815 a m Fare
160 160Pools 158PoollI 150Pools
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Pools and other privileges in connec conn conn1Ion connetion ¬
tion with the races raeet and fair at Poca Pocatello Pooatello PoeateII
tello teII Ida to be held Oct 5 to 10 will willbe w11l1e wil ii iibe
be MId s ld at public pu auction a at i J Xocioc oclock oclocki cIock cIockp Ic Icp
p i m Sept 21 1903 in front of the theoffice theo Ui e eoflioe
office o of J H Brady Pocatelto Ida IdaThe IdaTh IdaThe
The Th Pocatello Fair a Driving Drvln associa association as Ioclatloa Sateclaioci ¬
tion t reserves reervn the right rt < bt to reject any and andall andall an d daim
all bide WdfcLAST Wd WdLAST bideLAST
LAST EXCURSION NORTH NORTHSaturday NORTHSaturd NOR1FJSaturday
Saturday Saturd y Sept 12 12Via 12Via j jVia
Via Oregon Short Line Fishermen and andaporbnnen an d dsportsmen I Isportsmen
sportsmen should take tlke advantage advantaceOPAL j jOPAL
OPAL CLUB EXCURSION EXCURSIONSunday EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSunday S
S to Ogdan OgdanSunday
Sunday Sept 13 eta Oregon O Short Line aeBOUM IAnRoud
Bound trip only 100 1 This will be the thelast ueJallt Ui Uiiaot
last excursion of the season Every one oneInvited oneinvited or orinvited
Invited Special train t O a a m He Heturning Retumlng R Rturning
turning leave Ogden deJi I p m mEXCURSION mEXCURSION mEXCURSTcNORTH
EXCURSION EXCURSTcNORTH EXCURSTcNORTHSaturday NORTH NORTHSaturday NORTHSaturdq
Saturday Sept SeptOregon 1 12 j jVia JVia
Via Oregon Short Line Usual U ual tow towrates lowratH 10 10rates
rates will prevail This Tblsthe is the but at out outing outInK on onIng
ing excursion of tire Reason See agents genufor ageni agenifor
for particulars particularsMATINEE particularsL particularsMATINEE particularsMATINEE L
MATINEE SALE TODAY TODAYFud TODAYFudge i iFudge i
Fudge all flavor Wo 1Oca A pound Bra Braxlers Braaler Betslers
aler xlers new candy store tour doors west westof westot we weof
of Salt Lake theatre theatreONLY theatreOtll the5trS
S ONLY Otll ONnairOo ONnairOoOgden V 100 100Ogden JO O OOgden
Ogden and Bsturn neronVia Betarnvia I IVia
Via Oregon Short Line Sunday S Sept SeptIS Seti > t tIS
IS Auspices Opal club This is I If the tqe1ut U Ulast I Ilast
last excursion of the season SPecIaltrain Special Specialtrain S Strain
train 930 O a m Special returning returningHonest returningBonest j jHonest
Honest Plumbers PluntbersI v Jr JrI j jI
I M J Higley Co 109 East Pltisf PltisfSouth FhWfSouth utr utrSouth
South Phone l > hone 762 7i Electric wiring wlrln wlrlnJc
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W ANS f teTO TO T ° fiP e ji OFF OFFMeHlfe OF OFabaI
MeHlfe M abaI int te Tfe The Telephone TelephoneGirP TelephoneGirl lep lepGirJ1I
GirP Girl Whoaf Who W Was Married M1a r led Here HereSflffsJSr HereS HereStisJr
S SflffsJSr 8i f a Uv Divorce DivorceLores OvorceLiave rce rceLoYe
Lores LoYe a young 4rean 4r that began to be beareawea beeomekl
areawea dr dreg eomekl to i iHQn 0n n over two years ago agocame agome
came eg me to a sad d awakening According to a
mi bil bilDl l for OlvoreelHeal dt ftl4 ain to Seattle The com cornaInnt
flalnant Dl aInnt in the suit te known on the stage stagea stagEi
a Mabel Hit tee and when ah she be was wedded weddedmarried
i Salt J Lake e s wa playing with The Tbeetephone
Te etephone Gttri Thi S r agy The n she shearried
married marrieduntil m had ad foil foiidwed her r from Place to tOace
t pl ace until she finally yielded to his ad adfl adesses
dr drin esses an an fl the oarwptony ny was performed rformd rformdthe
in the Kenyan li hnt tL I L Th n r feuLt uii is tOt lO u
the tb thY e followta following Seattle dispatch to the Ban
thw Francisco Y Chronicle
Havel bel Bite A pretty young woman
who w ho impersonate Phrasi l It lemale de dtve
the taetlve t ctive ve In n The Chaperons ln instructed t tcj
her he r attorneys attfthl here today to itfng rn rng < suit
for fo r divorce against I08t her husbana huaba 4 Ellis
HftntllB l in11n BOB oTQeorge tt vTCwigo George m Hamlln uviuiiu a m wealthy weniuiy
Chicago C business DU8 man Nonsupport Nonu and
durnkene du rnkengess ss are the cause uee altered aJ for fore
the th e action SO Miss Jo Bite e says she Tan has not
seeri1 ae en or heard Of = her eh husband h nsJe8In nsJe8Inp since = she shepurchased sherchased
p purchased pu rchased a ticket ket for him in San Fran FranCisco Fransco
Cisco ci sco on March lIa 3 21 1901 Just three tit weeks weeksafter weeksatter
after af ter their marriage In Salt Lake City
andsent and an d sent him to his home in rnlcago MI KO
The necessity ty of Miss Hites purchas ¬
ing In g the ticket was as sne explains It It Itat
that th at t Hantriift had galloped through ja > OJ w
In cash IMS than a month and and found
himself bfllaSelfal1ees hi mself penniless iafleea with a wile ite and our
bill bi ll at the Falace ce hotel on his harC SKa i le
says sa ys she be bad to pay h her r half of the bill
out ou t of her earnings gnlngs Incs as a n ember n > of The
Tskpphoae T Iephe 0l IJII irr company
Speaiina pf of their life in San Francisco Frant ICO
Miss M iss Hit HI said Wt v > took a suite ault of rooms
at the Palace Pala e hotel l He spent 12000 on O
cythee c cl Othes for me c He bought me all sorts
of al2S01te tUamoDds and nd Jewelry Vhcn heD he Jail lat
out o ut SPJS01 flO 750 for an n w1 ermine cape for me I
ought th t his mon mony y never would give out
As soon as we reached San Francisco Franciscon Frane KO
be h e started diMlpatt dissipating in n every 8 shape P an and
form fo rm He MK iicd 1 to attract attention and
day d ay after at aftsrday day treated all the boys to
champagne c suppers ppe He played the races
and a nd lost heavfty VI1Y at the faro banks When When5r
5r 1M It Itdi cami cm W l leave ve the Palace hotel he
didnt di dnt have e a cent t to pay hi his bill billva
diw 1 va aa c J gtrtjn jjj dJn jn short dresses dresTOSKJ
when w hen I met t Ska aad wore my hall down
mLJlfcJIl my m mth y KJ NttJ Bbowrht bount
md me my y first long Ion
dr d ress I wr wa dazzled a zfe d by the money and andnf an
nf i the th thIn e rjP8 rln rings 1k > ga 4 IRe me But my awaken
IDC In was a rude one r never saw a man manJMI
tlrfnk s 1M pueIt uae1 W iuhlal y ea Em Ellis did and
It he Wuld I AfnlFe nkcmpaie on top topdl
JMI It1I dl 1I olf le ti jewelry jew lry that he bought for
me m e durt 5 < t the tint rst week in SanFran SAn Fran
cteca ci sco he took OOk aw a the second week and
paWDedtt p awnad It sad he dldnt even give lve i
IhTttcfcete me meFREATCAR
the t he t tichete
FREATCAR FREATCARTwo FiE AT CAR CARTwo
Two T wo Men 1 Yell tat at t Kotorman Then ThenTake ThenTake ThenTake
Take Shot at t Bam BamTwo mmTwo Kim
Two unknown men fired a shot at
the t he ic0 fO First jrst street car near Fort ForlcugI
lcuglaf L cugI last I Mght h t then disappeared
Wh WIN W t hat t the tiiJtt tlznen men were tryl trying to do Is lea a anriygtery aystery
mystery m They did not t act as if they thEt
intended I to hold hol t up the car and 00 the
carmen were were unable to tell whether
they th ey were drunk 4 unk or not notThe
The c cr r nad lefttke left Ute settled district districtand districtmid
and a mid was traveling across the reeerva r reservae5 erva
tto ti e5 > when two men who were walking
aJong al Jong ong the road yelled at the motor motorman motorman motorS
man m an He could not understand what whatey S
they th ey said I l and and5kept kept going One of the themen themen theen
men m en suddenly pulled a revolver and andred
fired fireddlrectJy fi red directly diretj at atthe the car The T bullet bulletew
flaw fl ew wide of its k mark and the motor motorwan motorn bulletS S
wan m an n put o ol olrUQ JJM iprapsej J ped They Tbe mad I
the th e run to tkeIIfiIt tke il and then taajphoaed tipii aed I Io
to t o the police An officer wa w8 ent out ou
andTodb Rnd a ndrudeback 1Odebltck ck ore the ear No further furthetemonstrations
demonstrations demonetr d tlop8
were made The men I
CWrid f lti1d no be foiliid foiliidfr i
fr 1 jfot n t i iHOP 1SHOP i iSHOPMEN
SHOPMEN SHOP HOP MEN1iAVE HAVE OUTING OUTINGK i
K R G W Empl Employee M Will Go to Ogden OgdenTjBday Ogdenday i
TjBday TjBdayThe day dayThe
The empioyek empf Y ir tk the Rio Grande GrandWe
Westeta V shpoirlp hP 1SIt1A J3alt ill with fth their I
fartntl r mmds s some 2080 2 200 P persons e nons TP IS In tnalf allt alI win wintke wt wtl1a t
l1a ve au j CMtUai effo l Y The oeca oetisniotafreewsxcursion DW I
tke annual freeexcursion ft cut lon given gt Yen by the theroad ther0a4 Uioa4
road r to Its It ahott ahcp shqpmpioyes shqpmpioyesAt > Employes EmployesAt
At 9 a a m d tTO Special Ipeclaltraln train will lear lea leaSalt leavalt
Salt s alt Lake carrying < the excursionists excursionistswbc
wbc wic Ix will be accompanied by the theTwelfth thTwelfth Ui Uiwelfth
Twelfth T hitantry tnfantrYband band from Fort Doug
las l as In Ogden 8 en there will be a parade to ti tiGlenwood
Glen Glenwood wood park par where there will be hi I Incinj
dancing d d c1ftlr and sports sP rts The delights dell < hts of o r
Ogden canyon wJH 111 also be beta tasted and andother andoUter an I I
other o mode of enjoyment sought before beforethe beforethe S Sthe
the train t n starts on the return trip at a t tp
S B Do m mLAST
ILAsT LAST EXCURSION EXCU ExcLiIoN ExcLiIoNSuda ION TO c OGDEN OGDENStradcfyYSept OGDENSU1dY
StradcfyYSept SU1dY Suda Sept isth isthUnder 13thUader 13th 13thUadr
Under auspices au ioes Opal club via Oregon OregonShort Ore Orogothort < on onort
Short hort Line Round tr4p 180 160 Special Specialtrain SpecialUaln S Szsin
train t 990 30 a m mlotfii IDuLotihcGOLD inI
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mokes fioers oera and all woodwork chine eo you youcaa youcaa
caa see year face in them Does the work
too in half the time of the tend aDd 4 rub tabcreep rubcreep rubcreep
creep and scrub way of our grand grandmothers grandmothersGENBRAL grandmothersGEN1IRAL mothers mothersOElfBRAI
OElfBRAI USES FOE oit GOLD DTJ8T DTJ8Tcl D
ScnIbbtng floors wa hJ clocJ1e ADd ADde1MDIDi ruse rusecleaning
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Brftabllsbed itt 150 Offices I
Th The Oldest and Largest Larb88tR LargestGEOBGE LargestG
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GEOBGE GEO GiE BUST BUSTGeneral General Manager ManagerTTtah ManagerUah ManagerVaii
TTtah Idaho and Wyoming Offices in inProgress inogrYS I u uPogre
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For that Boy or Girl to tost tostlrt ti 0 0start
st start rt to schooIIVlonday schooIIVlondaycome school schoolMonda schoolMondacome onday ondaycome
come here h re Prices re resonable resqllable L Lsonabk
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Streets Salt Lake Gity GityJOSEPH GityJOSPH CityoSPH
JOSEPH z P SXrr SX1TM President
WILLIAMS W ILLIAM BPRZSTOW B PRKSTOX Vice Vle President
CHARLES C S S BURTON Cashier Ca let
HENRY H T WEWAN JllXW AN Aaat t Cashier CashierGENERAL Cbter6ENERJLBANKIN6 CashierENERALBANKJN6
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Capita Fully Paid 200000 i2OOOOOWALKER 200000BANKERS 200000WALKER
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Established H tablhhed 3 D 35 Incorporated IncorporatedOFFICERS IOOI 1901OFFICERS I
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS DIRECTORSM I
M H WALKER President
THOMAS THO AS WEIR Vice President Pre 1dent I
H FARNSWORTH Cashier
O HOWARD Assistant Cashier CashierH S
JUh Th12 1 WALKER Asst Cashier
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JAMBS J A MURRAY MGRRAYVlce Vice President
W F ADAMS Cashier CashierCAPITAL CbhrCAPITAL CashletCAPITAL
CAPITAL PAID IN 300000 300000Banking 300000Banking
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Exchange E xchang drawn dl8 W1I on the principal cities citiesof clUef
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Moses Thatcher Vice President PresidentEllas
Elias A A Smith Cashier Cashierfames Cashieranres
fames anres Sharp John R R Barnes Joan Jo o C
Cutler David Eeclcs A W Carlson Carlsoni
Gorge Romney John R Winder Reed Reedmoot
Smoot S moot i E oRn R EldredKe id e W F James JameeFour JamesFour meed meedFour
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deposits depositsCOMMERCIAL depoaltLtOMMfRCIAl d epoaltaCOMMERCIAL I
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