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THE TTTI SALT LAKE HER RERALD 1t SATURDAYSEPT SATURDAY SE1TEMB1R JBER 11110 1
W F f WANLESS NtESS NtESSIS
IS DISCHARGEI IDJSCFtARGEDeamplalat DISCHARGEIeompJaint
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Complaint Against Him Coa Coatiined contathed
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The he complain azl agatns Attorney tto y W Wilt WItIr
f F Waniesc Wan
disrafcsMd
was dta
r y yes er4ay
9trIeoa s ternooa bjr Judge CkarsM W Morse
to the th crlasinsj division dlv dlvtal of the district districtoowrt cntrictoeart dIrlctort
ort because becau it was faulty in con construction convctSon contructIon
struction The Tb principal grounds upon uponwhich uponwblch
which Ich the judge turned it down < was wasdial WIJUliat wa
dial It did not state facts constituting constitutingan
an a offense maamuch as s the county t at attorneys attorney attorneys ¬
torneys office had placed the wraa wraaconstruction w wCenKtructloA wig wigCOnstiuctIoii
construction upon the definition of the theword tbeWOr theWor4
word WOr dissnadt dissnadtThe d4pThe adeThe
The cot stated that Attorney
Wanless s has ha dissuaded di auaded Mr M C Han Hansn Hanto HanNi
sn to leave the jurisdiction of o the trial trialcourt trialcrt triatCSVrt
court t prevent her from testify teetlfytlw teetlfytlwcase in intbe a I Itke
tbe case of the st 5tate t te vs v 11 Marlnua Olsen OlsenKfamey OIPenkiIlney OtienKinney
Kinney 4b ChHstensen who defended defendedthe
the young ynun attorney showed that when w wIR whenhe
he dissuaded the t th h woman uua te leave the tbeftrisdictton tMJw18CticUon thejrtdtct1on
ftrisdictton of the trial court he bad hadaccordion bad3Ccofdi badaecordID
3Ccofdi accordion to the definition of the word wordby 1ordby wordby
by Bouvler 9 the compiler compi of the law lawdictionary fa fadCUoaaIY lawelIettOaaI7
dictionary really ad advfcpe her r not to toleave tolea toe
leave lea e the city Ity They argued to the thecmut thecourt thentt
court ntt that Bevvier eanit4n lea f the theword theWord
word dissuadeis dlss ade it tdTn tGtihale < hife not nott to toThree toThree 0 0Three
Three Additional Defect DefectKlnney Def DZCtaXlnney ts tsKinney I
Kinney A Chrfeteneea took the second secondstand se fltdstand L Litand
stand that the statute tatutd say 7 that to be beguilty heguilty
bel
guilty of the crime alleged in the th com complatot eomplabt coinplaint j i
plaint Attorney Wanless should have haveinduced hav havInduced 1 1induced j
induced the woman to leave a trial trialwhereas trtatwhereas
whereas in fact it accuses him o or in induclng Indueb Inductn I
dueb duclng her to leave ve the Jurisdiction of ofth ol olthe 1
th tM trial court no references being be betnimade I Imade
made to a trial i
Then again It was argued that the thecomplaint thEcomplaint I I Icomplal
complaint t does not show that Mrs MrsHansen Mrsjh
Hansen acted upon the advice of Attor Attorney Attorny Attorney M1II1 ¬
ney Will F Wanless WanlessThe WanleneThe s sTbe
jh The fourth point raised ed was that the thedefendant thedefendant I
defendant in the original case is named namedMarlnus namedXarinutl namecMartnue I II
Marlnus Owen while in the complaint complaintfiled complaintfIffi tI t
filed against tile attorney attor eY his name nameMan nameIarcpnufC namMarenu I
IarcpnufC Man > nus Ol On n to given givenJudge < en en1udse
Judge Morse said the grounds were werepoor werepoor wonpoor i
poor and was s forced under uu er tbe tbelaw t1Mlaw ti I Ilaw
law to dismiss the complaint complaintThe complaintThe
The court then discharged dl diechargsdWanlees cha Attorney AttorneYWanle I
Wanless Wanle and relieved his bondsmen bondsmenfrom bondemenfrom bondsmenfrom
from any further MaWU liabilities ties for forpfaranee MB hispearance ap i ipearance
pearance hi court j
SEKTBXCB SKXTJ XCB MOBTBNSBN SBPT SBPTJ1Id S3PP3udg 96 96Judg
Judg J1Id Cbarle GItrsWMar W Mor XOIH e Set SetDate t Xhat XhatBate TtDate
Date Yestarday Afternoaa AfternoaaSaturday Aft4unoenSaturday MtsrnonSaturday
Saturday morning Sept M at t 10 10oclock 10a 10o
oclock o a lock < Peter Mortensen Kortt > nllen convicted of ofshooting ofhootlnc
shooting and nd killing James R Hay Es Will WlUapper WIUappear
appear before Judge Charles W Morse Morsein
in tile criminal division of the district districtcourt di distrIctourt trlctOurt
Ourt At that time he will be son sentenced n ntfnced ¬
A tenced tence to cleat for the second time for forthe torthe fora
a the crime which hleh he committed committedThe committedThe committedThe
The remlttUur In n his case wa Wat cent centdown lentlOWfl nt ntdown
down to the district court yesterday yesterdaymorning 7tonl1mornlD yeterdymorning
morning by Clerk Palmer of the su supreme 1tUPnonH sitprPme ¬
preme court eour notifying r the former court courtthat ourtthat courtthat
that It had refused to reopen pen tbe tbehf ones onaewherein oneswherein
wherein hf ln th thA defendant dt > bad asked ked for fora
a new trial When Judge e Mora 0 con convned eonvned n nYn
vned Yn court at 2 oclock yesterday aft afternoon anfrnoon aftrnoofl ¬
ernoon District Attorney Dean C CKichnor CTkhnor C1khnor
Kichnor whoprosecuted who prosecuted the case after afterreviewing afterrvIewIn
reviewing rvIewIn the progress p of the case since sinceJudge sinceJudge IneeTud I
Judge Tud Morse had senaeupedTM aentee4ucsot aentee4ucsotto 1U ctett en ento >
to death asked a ked that the t e defendant be bebrought Wbrou bebrought
1
brought t into court eour a week from today todayand todayfind todayand
and sentenced again Without any a hes hesitation h hJtatloa helnation ¬
nation his honor granted the motion motionftpeeUl motionpso1
ftpeeUl TMtlra Is Ordered OrderedWhen OrdMeWhen OrdaredWhen I
When the tb case of the > state tt vs v r S Srsnnon S Srennon SCannon
Cannon charged eh with housebreaJdns housebreaJdnsand housebronklaitand II
and petty larceny was called In the thecriminal tberlmlnal theeriminal
criminal division of the district court courthristensen courthristeDson I
< hrten hristensen Jfc Kinney secured a i re repetting le leflftttaCAf resetting
petting flftttaCAf At tke t thelath same ftM time Judge Charles CharlesW Cfta CftaW
W Morse M ordered drawn a special von venire vonIre en entre ¬
ire of thirty name returnable Sept 21 21to 1to 1 1to
to try the th > case The personnel rsonnel of the thevenire tbeenlre thenire
venire nire follows ton iI Joseph 1o Pitt W J
Lynch Thomas H Pelrce Peh David < S Da Davis ¬
vis it I William Price William White
Thomas A Home J W v Ililler W B
Andrew Anet William B Covey ovey J 1 H R R1
Franklin William Tremayne Samuel SamuelDowse SamuelDo8f Samuelflowed
4 Dowse James Jaynes L I Walker Wa1k Joseph S S
IJndsey Jlnd George G < T Bese Be Leo Hawkins HawkinsMartin HawkinsIartln HawkinsMartin
Martin Mahaken W A Beckntead 10 JoF 10ph
F ph M Stoutt James Corbett W H
r Kvans 1 a J B Robinson Robln n John Joh M Hays HaysM
M B Pendleton Jam James A Phillips
Henry Fisher Fifth M N Bird William C
Lockington Joseph F Schoenfleld SchoenfleldCourt Scboenfteldpi SchoenfleldSupr
Supr pi ess Court Decision Dsiisionin j
I IIn
In the supreme court < yesterday Dis DI ¬
trict Judge S W Stewart Btew rt handed down downan
an n n opinion In I the case of Niels S Ctttts CttttstofTerson hrk DleI
tofTerson vs V George W Whlcb Crasnead Crasneadwhich
which hlcb was tried before m Jury as ad advieary i I
vieary to the court May 2S liSt t TIM Tfeeorlgteai TIMnrJma 11h 11horiginal
original cause of action was to quiet t IT i
T title to some land and water 11 rig4 rIstEraighead
Taighead < appealed on the ground that
the > trial court erred In drnying his mo ¬
tion t to retax costs to strike out plain ¬
tiffs 1 ill cost twit bill and In I entering r Judgment tutnplnt Judgmentii judgmentgsinst
ii gainst him for the costs
Judge Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art afflrms am the lover J er court
Court Notes NotesMattte NotesMottle <
faU Mattte Pfgcton tOU has sued 1IU Andrew
Paxton for i a s Alvorce e on the ground d of
desertion d fOtIert Ion They were married In Kin Kansas ¬
sas as City Cft Xo on July 1ul 12 181 She Sheuakes Shenak I
uakes nak akes the further allegation that on onwveral OIlveral
wveral veral occasions O be threatened to kin
her hfrnu
nu Gulele Usnle le PUckne PUckney seeks a divorce from
Benjamin Stiokney Stick on the th grounds of
rterUon 1 ertion and nd
nonsupport They were weremarried weremarried weremar1
married mar1 In 1 this ttal city on Oct 17 1M1
The estate of Phillips Pugsley PU 1ey Is 1
worth 9S211581 11111 according to the ap ¬
praisements made by b William Pitney
I H Crippe and J I 1 Perkins who whowere whowere
were appointed for that purpose by byBACK b bBACK
BACK BACKUP BACKUPI UP UPIf UPIf
If I Ooffisa C70iE aoto I r taa t1a B3d Ekldas Laa Worker W orlGar in isTour inYour
Tour Case CaseStudy 0a8eStay
Study your diet and nd see if in a natu natural natural natural ¬
ral way you y < u can build back to good
health which means steady nerves and andthe andthe andthe
the good old comfortable easy feeling
of being befn r well If your our drink coffee and andare aadare andare
are III you should make sure whether whethercoffee whetJaertotrtt whetherJ
J coffee offe is or is i ii not the cause ca of the
troubk troubkThe troubhTbf troubkThe
The easy way is to shift to Postttm PoetwDr
for r a few fe
weeks and then
weigh Te Tesuit re results resuitS ¬
suit A Texas Tsz lady says 88 I was at ¬
tacked > d with Itb nervous proctration three threeyear threeenl threeyears
year enl ago 0 this month and became so soweak 10wtaII soa
a weak and nervous oUII that > I coukLnot Oul not t talk talkone
to any one OD or have
> any one talk in my m
room My circulation cllCula lion was wa so poor I Iwas 1wa Iwas
was wa so weak I could not even eVf > n read readerythm
Kverythinc < I tried felled ft to help me meand meanet meand
and It was w not untlP untlJI I read an artkle
in the newspaper and gave up my 111 ioffee ioffeeind otreeInd tf tfmd
ind drank Pustum m Food Coffee > that I
had any relief reliefBut reUefBul reliefBut
But from the time that I quit coffee coffeeand foffeeand rorre rorreand
and shifted to Foptum I began to im improve tmproYe tinp1Dye ¬
prove and I am now completely re reatored leAtored restored
atored to health My nerves are strong
and sound and I am normal in every everyway everway everyway
way Name given IHn by FOB POBtum turn Co
Battle Creek IJich IJichThis 1 1ih 1ihThis ich ichTJai
This TJai same me ruit ft l1it always follows the theuse th thu theuqe
use u e of Postum which 1 Is a food drink iu iuplar iDpla inpisi
plar of coffee which is a drug drink
Tlieres a reason reasonLook reasonLook It
Look in each package fir a copt of ofthr ofthf ofthf
thf fmoun little Jtttl bock The Road to tOtvjllr
Tyjfl Tyjflr tvjllr
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r 1
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i Judge William miam r Hall of the j probate > robate robateI
I i divisIon d VWea fit the dJ8 district court
I I The petition for a rehearing in the th thease thecase
I ease ot o Jkaaa J h C Copieet et eL 51 va to th
Union U km Taetflc aetttc road was W denied yester ¬
day bf b the state supreme court tri rt IJt IJtlower THe
lower court found for f r th t th plaintiffs IMtS
Associate Justice Bartoh dissented dissentedIn
In the matter of tire tb estate of Michael
KeHana deceased Judge J1Id Hal yeater J ltera4Imitted
day admitted the wilt to probateland probatelandap probate ftt ftta
ap a app IfDhItecJ oh at ted Daniel McCarthy adssJnis adssJnistnMoor adn adntnIIW
tnMoor He was placed p ed under m 2190 1JOG O
bonds bondsTh bondsThe
t Th The will of Washington Franklin An ¬
demon d 1IJOn was admitted to probate yester yesterT yesterby e ter terbJ
T tojr Jud J Judge e Hal Letters Let of t admin adminlatrattom adminLaLrtton
latrattom were issued i to b 1befla befla n admln1 M MS MSAcdersato
Acdersato AI wife of the uJEIiII Aecegsen1 decae decaeZbSra f fCsinira
Csinira CsliSns bas bernJbpelnted nt a aminlstratrix amlmtTx aministrasrix >
minlstratrix of the estate of Charles arl S I IOollias t IL
Oollias CQ I fI deieused 8 ed whO Hrft ft an 5 estate estateCalved e estateeIte4 tat
Calved 1 e4 at t about a t 2 2M 2M0tu1t 00 v i
riuit was w filed in the federal court courtytsterdftjr courtyesterd5y I
ytsterdftjr ifg the tb Hatted UattedStates States verius vere
hades llelgtaa Teibaiiet et ai to recover from fromthe fromthe I Ithe
the bond orthe of the former postmaster of orOIJdJI ofOgden
Ogden The TIMmt stri uit Is to recover the theamount theaJnOUDt thesitiount
amount which laleb Meighan is i alleged to
have been short In his accounts < with withth wHIIth wtbthe
the th department e rhllltnt Two counts are a cited citedetb citedeceb
ecch amotttttm DlCNlttlac to 224010 24GJ0 and 1134561Geerae 154567 113456George
I George M Qorma Gormaa of this city eit filed tileda
a petItion In bankruptcy In the federal federalcourt federaleourt
court yesterday 7e11t He placed pla his liabili liabilities Uabtl1tklt tiabiliUei ¬
ties at t4O i ariU t his assess at lit 7 7Gul
GuI GuILIII X was the verdict erd1 t of tb t jury la
the th case of th t ttiestate eltate state vs v m WIU WlUiam IlliazpEyans Evans
tried on o an a Information ehairgtBg hicn hicnwith taI klthwith a
with a felony The defendant aat will irlll be bearraigned bea bearraigned
arraigned a rra1 for sentence next t Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tuedaymornlns
morning at 10 oclock At that tim time
fits bl attorney John loolutthe Fae wtH ais asve asvethe tlm1
the motion to arrest arr t sentence sentenceHAD I IHAD I I IHAD
i I
HAD PQW0ERIWAREtoUSE PQW0ERIWAREtoUSEHavdwars POWDER Ifl WAaEaOUSE WAREROUSEAesiotstP1i I
A AesiotstP1i tJJ > Chief cwa 4nMt of ofr ofEaiciware
Havdwars r Company Praqgdmi PraqgdmiAssistant Prel4tAssistant I
Assistant Chief Charles Wood of the theftrr thep theare
are iepartiaent p t swore to aoa a ay cnsnplatet cnsnplatetyesterday
yesterday y te terday Jay afternooh art afterit5 mooh n befttre bft re Assistant AssistantProsecutor AU AsistanlProsecutor tantProsecutor
Prosecutor Ingebretzen charging the theSalt theI theSalt
Salt Lake Hardware company with the theUltWtUI t tunlawful Juna I
unlawful una wful storage of Hercules powder powderwithin j i i
within wlt in the city limits The warrant warrantmade warrantW5 I
was W5 made out against B F Bauer as asBfeeldeat SMmdent a <
Bfeeldeat mdent t of the company ADd nd was wasserved wasserved
served last evening i I
Chief Woods d action is the result of ofsteps r
steps that have been taken lately to tt ttProsecute j 1 1PlOMCute
prosecute those persons who violate tbe tbeordinance
ordinance OldJ regarding explosives Men Menhave Menhve I t i
hve been bee n detailed to inspect the vail various ¬ I
ous 0 hardware are stores and sporting goods goodshouses JIOOdaanc goodiI I
houses and an t yesterday ye ter ay morning mornt 109 109pounds 108of I I
11WI
pounds of Hercules powder was found foundin foun I
I
in the Salt Lake Hardware companys companyswarehouse copanyoae I
warehouse oae by Captain Workman coispanylt The Thepowder Th t i
powder r had been brought to the city ThiP cit P I I
from trtn the magazine fer shippmg pIng pur purposes JJurpoee ¬ I
poses and nd had been stored hi the ware warehow I
how et at least twentyfour hours ftou it la II I I
In speaking of the matter test even
hag Chief ChI Woods declared In I most em emphatic emphatic m mI
phatic P terms that the offenders o DCl would ould L
be prosecuted pro to the limit limitThte limitThJ
I Thte thing Ud has been n going goln n on long longeneogh longelHMlllrh loutr
eneogh and I propose to Mop It It or ol r
know kno the reason why hy If people will willi witsot
i not 110 heed a warning when g1v given then thenthey thentM titerthey
I they tM must mu t be taught a lesson These Thesepeople i ipeople
1 people know that they are violating the i
law and nd know that they have been dc do I
ing 1 a so regularly although until today todayw j
I wehave we w have not b been > en able to catch them I
In the act I do not propose e to endan endanger endansor ¬
ger r the lives of my men by allowing allowingnowder allowinpowder I
powder to be stored in buildings where wherewe w wherewe hero
we may Ji bae ho to fight ght firs X have havestarted Aa havestarted ve
started a vigorous campaign against I
the t offenders endere and lad will have the practice practicestopped practicelDppedlff
stopped IIIoppeCtif ff It eon be done doneThe cIo cIoTI doseThe
The S S1t lt t Lake Hardware Ha ware company is isnot islist
not the t th only violator of this t ordinance ordinanceand enlllUUlceand ordlnpceand
and the chief Is using vigorous meas measures measlr meanurea ¬
lr urea to detect the guilty guilt parties The ThepteseeuUns TheMeeeeUt Theprsacutht
pteseeuUns MeeeeUt attorney is heartily sup ¬
porting O Chief Cb ef Woods WoodsENGINE Wood8ENGINE
0 0ENGINE
ENGINE FRIGHTENED HORSE HORSEAnimal H HORSE1ilmaI R E Eimal
Animal imal Han Away and andWere T4x Ttiez TtiezWere a aWere
Were Hurt HurtA
I
A horse becoming frightened at atpassing a aQIOttY ang
passing ng lecomouve QIOttY caused L a runaway runawaynear rusawaynei I
near n ar the Short Line depot last ta t evening I Iwhich
in which two men were Injured A
horsetrader known as Old Dutch Dutchwho Dut Dutchwho < b
who owned the rig was severely
bruised et about the head d and an un unknown unn UflkJIOI ¬
known n man was wa as rendered unconscious unconsciousA Kttoo Rlou8th
A AS the horse horsewas was being driven up
Third West street t t near the O S I Idepot La
depot a locomotive belonging bE to the theSalt UteLIt the5a1t
Salt Lake Ogden Railroad eante can nt ntof ntf utof
of the yard ad frightened the animal animalThe anlnulLThe animalThe
The driver was unable to control the
horse and after a few bounds boaca UML tMgon wa wagon ¬
gon was overturned and the driwr driwrhentf drl drirrthrown vr
thrown to Ute lftOund rouod alighting on his hisbd I
hentf He was sa stunned tunne tunne j l for a moment momentbut momEntbutOt
but butOt got up before assistance a8 tance readied readiedhim reachdhim reachedhim
him and net immediately started in pur pursuit purButt pursuit ¬
suit of the horse horseThe horseThe e elM
The animal uln dashed into the U mifeoad mifeoadyards rs1oadyards d dyarde
yards and nd struck a workman who wn wnengaged WAS WASm wssuigud
engaged In NlMtIri repairing a ear The Tb man manwas mSflWU msnwee
was knocked knock down and rendered un unconscjo unc Unc
conscjo c 7 s andremained ReI an remained In the that condi condition 4I8ftdtkm esdttim ¬
tion tim for nearly nearl a half hour It win winfeared wu wured wiLeIstred
feared at first that the U mans skull had hadbeen hadbeen hadbsen
been fractured but he revived shortly shortlyand shortlyatid
and seemed to be all right ri < ht He re refused refue4 refused ¬
fused to give ve his name and declared declaredtwt Cec decldtjsat red redt
twt t he was not seriously b hurt hurtThe rt rtThe ItThe
The horse ho made a complete circuit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the yards anlll and dashed down the street streetleft streetHe
He left the buggy after demolishing the theharness th thebaiieas
harness and made his hi way to the Salt SaltLake SaltL SaltLike
Lake Livery A Transfer company componyssjable s sstable
stable bJe where he stopped stoppedHAD Btopped1HAD stoppedI
1HAD HAD I + AD NOT FULLY FUllVRECOVERED RECOVERED
IU Wright Saat to Hospital With Old OldOa OldCMe OldOsne
Oa CMe of Smallpox SmallpoxRobert Smallpox110bert SmallpoxBobert
Robert Wright aged 21 who lives at ati atSoutlt atSouth
S i South sixth East street t was sent sentI t
te t t it the Isolation hospital yesterday to torecover toneoY toeoer
recover 3 eoer < from the last stages a of small smallpox IlpOX smellOL ¬
pox P OL The young man bad recently re returnsd 1Pt yeihi
t turnsd ihi I from 011I Soda Springs Ma where wherehe wherehe wheree
he h e was in quarantine Qua UDe fourteen days dayswith
with ith t smallaox smallaoxWrlgHt amaJJHtt smaJloxWriit
WrlgHt t toed the authorities that be hewas beIIIeJt bewe
was we sldt five days in a sheep camp
before he was sent t to the hospital at t t1a
Sejla S 1a Springs Three days before he hewent bewent heWent
went there be broke out After receiv receivhqp receiva reedys
hqp i s a corUScate of recover he came cameto cameo
to t o Salt Lake City arriving arrlvin here Tues
dajr evening lilAc Sept 1 U HIs face and
hands won wef9 still covered with scales
the t he most dangerous stage of the die dlseass dIMa dieease
ease from ssn itoontI contagious us point poIBtor of lisT y
People P ple who noticed n Utfd his bl condition noti ¬
fied t the health authorities When the they
Investigated i the case they t hustles bu8tJ
Wright off to the hospital hospitalFIVE hospitala hospitalFiVE I IFIVE
a
FIVE CASES OF TYPHOID TYPHOIDOas
Oas 0 Ws Wa Ssnt Hare From Montana MontanaVan XontanaFor on1zn on1znar
Van ar Treatment TrsatiaentFive TreatmeatFJve Treatmentive
Five ive cases of typhoid fever OVer were ere re reported rePOrtecI reported ¬
ported to the city board of health yes yesterday yesterdy yesterday ¬
terday only four of them however be ben ¬
ing i n city cases The fiftn nh was Charles
Bendy a Montana railroad man ma aged agedte
te who was sent to the St Marks Mark bOll hospital bOllpltal hoephil ¬
phil for treatment Exclusive he of c his hiscane blse hiscase
cane e there have JaR ve been ninety reported reportedsince repqrtedsince repttedsince
since Sept 1 11 Last year the total of ofcases ofC8R8 ofcases
cases for September was forty In IlK 18Mthere IlKthere 181 181there
there were fortysix fortyfive In 1WI 1WIand 1101and 1801and
and forty during durl September of 1897 1897Tbe 17The 187The
The four city clt cases yesterday follow followThomas toJ1owThomas followThomas
Thomas Eynon aged 13 J38 West WestFourth WestFourth WestFouxth
Fourth Nerth N rth street G E Holmes 30 80Ford 30Pord 30lord
Ford hotel Mrs Charles Schill 52 34
Jeremy John Watts 36 62 m West Third
North
2Fo Mercy Shown ShownSofia ShownSofta ShownSofia
Sofia Bulgaria 8ulr Sept t 18 1Sprther Biirher re reports re reporhl reports ¬
ports from Kastorfa Knfto ia say that city is isburning
burning sail that the massacre of its itsted ItaPOHJ1a itspopulatloil
POHJ1a populatloil estneted ted to have taut I
bered IMff fiDons ns was Indescribably Indt ltctIbabJ7
tetribW ThfffArMshuightered htered India Indiacrlmlnatel Indl8crJtnlJ Indiacrlminetelj
crlmlnatel crJtnlJ ate Vnffgarlahti garlans rlanll and Oreeksv Oreeksvnnn Or ireeks ireekstiDfl ktl ktlnwn
nnn women n and children
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j I LOOKING FDR fQllTRaU TROUBLE TROUBLENot LE LEI LE1IA
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1IA Iniq rrnqtL Ip fW Not to Re Reforced Refvrrlbd RetvrnboBerva1on
fvrrlbd tvrnboBerva1on i serv Mon U Unless UnlessForcedOther nl ess essForcedOthet
forced ForcedOthet Other Notes NotesVernal NotesI NotesVernal
I I
Vernal Vernalotof La continue to tocoe
otof in f d to 1 1 the ef efdissatisfaction e etect eftort
tort that tht there > rf > Is a genera feeling ling of ofdi ofdissatIsfaction
dissatisfaction di and unrest among mon the lr lrHans 11dtaD8 irdiana
< Hans The presence of the surveyors surveyorswhrt surveyorSwitit urveyoJwh
whrt Y ha fr q MBtrnct act ctft i re th the running < of oflines otlla Utlins
lines suEt fleaionfziag asiikdalug tat bitterly resented resentedby
by by many m ny of them tht and there Is a proba probabilfty probebully
bully blu y that they wil will give vent vt > nt to their theirfefeuoira theirfMI theirlePlteaii
fefeuoira fMI openly before bef re long The d dUuimAt de detadtllW1t deteeiseit <
UuimAt of vo uisotbae rOp nba pJMfc ° d UNHMhere UNHM throushhere
here on n th frail rail ofvSowarvtck 0 warvlck atrrt am his hisband blflhand hishani
band has art been heard from yet at atthis atthIs
this endThey tn enil They were under order O1 Et1I to tobring tQbring tobring
bring tile fugitives back clL dead or alive allvfand aliveend alIveflti
and flti it f Is known that tb tb t the old chief < hie was wasdetoraaiiwt wasd wasdeteratist
detoraaiiwt d tr not to 0 com bock until foreed foreedwhich foreedw1 forCedwhich
which w1 h makes a It umbsblB that trouble troublejmayoecai troublei
j jmayoecai may y oeei5 c ftepeJNSj Tl bets been heavy heavystorms bvystorms havystorms
storms along alon theranges the ranges north of here hereund hereand hereand
and snow sno has fallen ft to a depth 44 of several severalinches eevlnehell severalinhee
inches which wttl raab raaM it difficult for forthe forthe forthe
the troops to keep he on th the trail of tbe tbeful thefugitives
fugitives ful tiv In tbeV aas7m tid ate several Sioux Siouxfrom Siouxfrom
from ln tho < > Mne PI mg e s 5S5 ISHr who are no nodoubt
doubt d a MCUjQt iuainted < wU itth eM ° of f tbs trails trailsbetwe trailSbetween
betwe between a bere anaUse eni4 e nestbern reservation reserva reserVst1on ¬
tion and thjeW tIters is rjHK QJtts bitt lt that 1 they theywilt theytiIt y
wilt Iea5 Ie lead t the soWieft eMis s Merry chase ft ftis Itis
is a noticeable lIO bIe lINt fMtoiat N tt Ike he It Indians are areUOSD arerCIdO
rCIdO UOSD s esen e te 1 town ov t bUe te the t past pastthey pastthey
they vltiite lttc Vernal era te 1 = T le lealm 5U 5Uhers
hers and were te V Valmost 1455 U the tVSetZ tVSetZalmost
almost alm t dotty T Tin Tbelq a ft tt ttII prseent prseentis
in no doubt dee > e ifr ifrthat 8that 1 t tthat
that they tbe feel eel I over t t I mIN aatre cpa cpaN3elYatioG quthe
the N3elYatioG yWda r aa plaIIIIYee plaIIIIY plohilysee
see ee nens that tlley siest wGIIfJI wo k Ia tile
future xwr or starve starveTh starveThe tarv tarvThheavy
Th Thheavy The heavy storne etor of Ct1tipJ t ttoa th pest few f Says Saystvive day ilayave
tvive ave damaged dama eensMsrabje hay and andT andMftin endpvain
Mftin pvain T n but has ba Jilt Ut the gricNMd to 4pk a
did shape for fsjt twIei fe plowing
Among Amon the we v aiOvate frojp tre Co C Cwoo Colorado Coloradowho NraA NraAwho >
who are besinaiuK toowneto t some in fw fl9Zt m astoos OU
the > state btIre1D Hat Hn h It advance avancP anCt of the tb Mbffst Mbffstroad MhUsLroad 1 1road
road to Henry HryW Webber exnyoj ex Of As Aspen A Aptn Aspen ¬
pen Mr fr Webber ehlNr was mayor vr I of the great greatsilver t
silver aID ca In Ma MsJbny jiOiY days and itd alone atonewith alonewith alonewIth
with many othsnaads O otbeg pd a feftn wfw wfwwas w wlobwas a I Iwas
was later sspWy w C 5 1 y When the w wmetal wNte wNtemetal wftltimetal
metal was statugmterM ala tird by antisilver tin I I
fetation and Asps s was Wall forced te t t ta tale t its 1 1prflltDt Itspresent +
present place at a ssw Of ofUlaMtieens th the > bftsDeens Mr M
Webber was b la > the abpe e business in i tbe tbeCr1 thecamp
camp Cr1 la connectionwith oaneeUQn with his sshtinK itlug 1 In i
terests tfn su > and it ta his latenUon lDt nUO to take 1A m
tat line of buSiness in Vernal hi t a sma fIlUall fIlUallway l
way lie lays that there t are hundreds hundredsof I
of wen sie in Colorado who are preparing hundredI to tc I 1
flock t ° ° 1t to Ut ttgk h when the r reservstki e rvaUo rv tcI is isopened 18openal is isoened I
opened and nd that the th mountains ouaaina will be bewarmlnr hiswarmior I Iwarml
warmlnr warml with prospectors 18 from tro the C Cen n
tetutlaj t nalal state stateA
A 12yearoW 12yearoldMaugltier > ttausjht r ef Robert Rol elt John Tohnron
ron F n of Mill ward cited ed Monday night of ol F
inflammatory rheumatism i
John A Workman ha baa disposed di of all allils athiS I I IJhl
hiS sh tlhft shee eo mterests to 0 John N Davis I
State Senator Ha Harden Bennkm and Mrs
Bennipn started for Silk Lake Monday Monda
ca1r The storm stor kav a dwven many y of the thecattle tliicattle i
cattle from the mouvtams into ytb the tb val va
i leys PYIII > yn and vtockmea are k kept pt busy on the therange theue th thrane
range ue nowadays nowadaysThe
The rtt American A1fte n A Asphalt company < Is con constantly constantly un unstantly ¬ 1
stantly increasing the output of its mine mineon mineon niiivon
on White hlte river riv ir > Sixty Sixt outfits are now on onthe oi
the t he road and the number will be increas increasas 11lCCMWI L Ls
as a s fast u they can be obtained
The Qiteon Arahahum A hlturn company now sosas
has it itI as its electric light plant Installed in Int Ii Iits
I Its t ts mine at t Fort Duchene and te now in inshape Inllhapf ii
shape s to materially Dt rlnUy increase its output
The T he Pariette Parlet te mia mi has aUo lo been equipped I
T
I wth an olcotrlc plant Th Tnt vein eln at this thismhee I
mine to safe to H bus v widened w wI = st iensM senederabiy iensMerably
erably with ith late Iat development develoP man t and the thecompatu theCGmpanJi thecompany
company operating it expects e to 94k JP4kfat sikrattarI
rattarI at buns in t tason the fatuis fatuisseason
I season ason will 111 no 0 do dopanalon d dot W WInalon whuh whuhmneion
panalon in the pn pntys p product carts car oftys
tys aUsonite Il sonite industry industryPBOVO industqPROTO
PROTO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo NOTsProvo
Provo Sept 18 1SG 1GeOrg George Wlteod W1 Is in infrom introm
from Vernal visiting vt tlDg relatives NlaUv e Mr Wn Wnaon WRlIOn
lIOn reports r ports conditions prosperous in inUintah toP1lJtah
Uintah county and leaks fW a crest m mcrease I IcreaSE
crease in ponulation with the advent adventtbe t ot ottbe atthe >
tbe raiho raltroad rf and M the opening ooeni of the tU i ivat Mr MrvatioD ssmrvatton
vat vatioD vatioDState ion ionState
State Senator Loosa went we t to Salt Iakcthis Iakcthis Iakc
this morning morningA
A deed ed from D B Hinins HI HiijgIna et t ak to totbe tothe
the Cotton Wax Mines A Oil company comparycoiHreytog eo eog
coiHreytog g the Cotton wax nJauat No N Nand 4 4 4Ii k kf I
Ii < f > and T for O a oosidraon deradon ef f I laQi laQit and andother aWlother
other valuable conaid considerations ratlQns has be befiled beca I IfIled
filed with tb tb4I counts co coDeput recorder recordern recatdeaDeputy
t Deputy Sheriff Orahamwent GJ went to n O Ogden Ogdenthis n nthis Dthl
this thl afternot afternoon ° n with an inmate tot tbe tbeIndustrial e eindustrial
Industrial 1 school schoolSpecial scboolDBATII schoolDKATII
DBATII FR01d TYPHOID TYPHOIDSpecial eom eomSpedal
Special to o The HeeafeL HeeafeLKsvsviile H HXaVllTiUe HeMaldKsvsviUe
Ksvsviile Set Sept JsWAs JADdte tatte tatteolrf ttaeioi4ar the iyear iyearold
old son of James Ktlnn KfllBOyle Ktiieoyleafter > yje e aday adaying y yafter
after an 111 illness of offever ree dva TlPbol1 TlPbol1fever
I fever wu the ca capas e T rh eaa eaaing ta taInK
pS pSAlarmed
ing in this townr tow and eve veryuas f io greaux greauxaimmed
ktarSed Alarmed Je J James s CHdSs CrktcDe wbb WW hgs been beensick beesskih
sick tnree weeks wee with tit the ttsi ttsiported dill5ffiS Ja JaPOIt Isported
ported POIt as being In r vent ver tow 10 w wMercy tow towMis1 tonigea tonigeaslms
I slms slmsIe
Mis1 Ie Mercy R Baker will op peu open n her hersclMOl he h r recbsoi
sclMOl of oratory t r and physical 1 educA educAtlon ed edtIoD edne ednetion
tlon S Se Sept 1 t1 t n in kr new n ew 9tudto 5tU JoIU HI Tam Tamptotoa TmJ Tnipiston
piston buUdiag Claseee C e in or oratory r1 e ehJ ehJCIItJ4B tsIcutiQu e ecittion
cittion and phjsleal culture Ul M wttt bs ora oraw Gt GtaIIred
5 aIIred aIIredNew
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you VOUBM for middleaged BLkIdlea ecf and fat old oVLpeople oldpes kl klwlll
people pes wiU be orgranteed Private sw swous 1Na
ous a may also o be arranged rflP t for r AU Ailsrnv AUwho
who are Inlprefetefl t eere4 in Club JU b and d > plot plotform tet tetfor 1 1to
for to form work > WIK UI Alld 4 beneflchtl bene cJal courses coursesgiven coursesCivea coursesgivep
given givenA
A cordial invitation te 1 ext ex exteade4 o4 84 4 to ton tonwho towho fil filwho
who wish k to attend a eRd tee o opening MOn MOndajr MbadLy on oncW
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MINING MININGEXCURSION MININGEXCURSIONVia EXCURSION EXCURSIONVia E CURSfON CURSfONVia
Via itio Wo o Grande Gra de Sept pt 20 20To 20To 20To
To EuceVa Eu Euiel e and 4 Mammoth moth Hoimd R trip
far t I LeaVe e Salt Lake 88 8 a m mReturning inReturning
Returning leave Bureka re 7fe Baseball Baseballgame Bas BasebalLgame eb all allgaJ
game at Kureks urekallue > r Blue lueoeks JRoeks of Bureks Bureksvs 1Iu e
vs CleaveUwids Clea of S S Sota I Lake the beat bastsemlprotojslpnal beatsmLprotCssional t tlpro
semlprotojslpnal lpro sloiull teamsn teams in tl1 the statsKverybody stat statJCvery1tocJy stats stateKverybody
Kverybody invited invitedJohn invitedII
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John Farringtpn Jrtrlint J1 l Uveryin erJor n Qar Qare Car Cargsa ar arpps
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Stock brokers ana a u mining men men when whenyon I I
yon go to Park City order your teams teamsand teamsand teamsand
and saddle herses 11th from Ferguson FergusonWalden Fer FergusonWalden uson I
Walden Telephone 45 No charge i
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WAGES WAGESON ON ONE SUIT SUITHARDWARE UIT UITHARDWARE UITE
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SteMtiva tiv of Mrs Williams Willi Well WellKswwn We11Zwn
Kswwn wn is iBr Chattanooga ChattanoogaChattanooga Chttiu1ooCllatta800ca ChattanoogaChattanooga Tellj
Chattanooga Tfes 11e Sept 1 1 1u 1Mrs 1MrsLuther 2 rs rsLutber >
Luther u l1er titlUai VilliaEus wh who > Is reported re retOrtedave d to tohave tobave
have h ave committed suicide near Milford MilfordUtsA MilfordUtf MilfordUtell >
UtsA W Wfaa the daughter aU ter of BJevins BJevinsThompson B1 Blevinshompson vlns vlnsTbomP8OA
Thompson T a prominent citizen of Chat Chatanooga j
tanooga t anooga recently deceased She has hasseveral haseveral I IIMweral
several s brothers and a d sisters residing residinghere ftstdillgbere TodEMH5ere
here h ere all of whom are prominent Mr MrWilliams lirWilliams MrWilliams
Williams was engaged in the retail li liquor 1QtIOr 1 1uor ¬
quor q uor business Mrs Williams leaves an anestate antate anstate
estate e tate recently left byiher by liter father fatherthis fatberMrs fatherMrs
Mrs Williams Uiams body was brought to I
this t his city yesterday from Milford and andwas I
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was taken to the undertaking parlors parlorsit parlorsotJ
otJ o it f J W Taylor for esjriialntiBg e Ig an and will wiUprobably wWprobably willprobably
probably be sent on to Chattanooga to today to today today ¬
day dayf
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s sow wf St > f health th and a pss pe compfexfoa compfexfoamake cOmptexfQatDake complexkmmake
make all women beautiful Take takeL takeLsmall a asmall asinai
small dose of Her Herbtoe after each meal mealIt mealIt
1 it will prevent constipation and help helpdigest hebt bSt bStdigest
digest t what you have ye eaten 5c NoWilliam SCcs XrYlIlIam SCcsWilliam
William 3 W S Uou4 Lreud1 rou4 MMWblsn M IdI1 Tex Texwrites Texwrites Tenwrites
writes May H 11 lilt We have ve used usedHerblne usejHerblne usezlHerbtfle
Herblne in our family for eight years yearsand ye815and yearsand
and found it the best medicine we ever evernaed evers4
naed for constipation coptipa bUjtous fever and andmalaria andmalaria andmalaria
malaria For sale by Z C M I IDrug IDrug IDrug
Drug Dept
CLOTHING BARGAINS BARGAINSTUB
TUB ONLY O L Y DIFFERENCE IN L OUR
CLOTHING AND OTHER STORES
IS THE PRICE PRICEcqa PRICEBoys PRICEBoys
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cartoaaa ea of men en to take the plces ces of oistriking ofstriking I Istriking
striking miners mi m1iie Re 18 have came through throughPenver ihroughpelr rougb rougbI
Penver I elAY today One e carload came from fromMissouri froQMis fromMissouri
Missouri Mis and theother the other two from north northern n rtb rtbCtn I Iern
ern Wisconsin and Michigan The pas passage passaae passage ¬
sage of these men to t th t the gold camp will willbe willbe willbe
be carefully guarded 1 by special officers officersand omceraao4 officersau
and au soldiers soldiersSufficient 80 80S eol4WreS
Sufficient S S 8ieut t powdar to o diatedge lf lftons f ftons ctons
tons of rock and three th fivegallon ftegaUonof cans cansof ca caof
of oil have been n found in unoccupied unoccupiedcabins unoccupltdcaWn d dcabins
cabins and in consequence RCe the th milt miltauthorities military mlllt17aathorltJe militaryauthorities
authorities are causing a strict g gto guard c1lU4to
to be maintained at all point on the therailroads tileraII therefitsoda
railroads raII in the district di tri where We it IttthAupt it itthought Ithought
thought damage iimge could be done doneT doneP
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Via Rio G Grande e Sept Septau 20 20Poete 30Post
Poete Post atid ad other privileges 1eaea in connec j
Uofi wHk the lb races and nd d fair at Pooal Poca Po
WOo Ida I to be Mid Oct 5 to 10 will wwsolCl
be sjoW oltl at t public auction at I oclock oclockk t tP
P k itt Sept U Zl iSOS 1 in front t of UNI UNIoiHce uMOmCE tb tboItIce
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The PooateUo Fair Driving asaocta
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all bids
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family medicine 111e medicinet tic ne
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broken yon have a coffee that is mIlS is as near er perfection as s iptoarfc 1itlro 1itlroFor uA a d kiil ctV f cxincG cxincGFor ° aeo aeoFor °
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ever in in and examine exme
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