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Kanpas KansasCity Kan s City Sept 23 1After After bring 1x lng In Infission
1 fission r 1810n belltnd Dekind IUn clo eleeed e < l door cine lnct early ea eathis
this mortiUig the convention of trrthl the the IntHnational intrnat In International ¬
ternational trnat ional Association AlfOCbttlon of Jrfdfgp and andStructural andHlructura andhlruetural
Structural Iron Workers at iQ Q oclock oclockPark oclOCktmight
tonight voted In favor l1or ot oftteating seating Sam
Park and the other delegates delegates from fromotnl fro froWeld m
local union No 2 of New N wYork York There Therevere ThErewel Therewelt
welt wel but three thr vote cast caetagalns agaln agall4Jta t
Park a rk and his friends These Were ere th the theballots c 0 0ballot
ballots of President Pr ecthient Ident Buchanan n the theKanat tb tban theIanste
Kanat an lf < City delegate and on ont other otherThe otherThE otherThe
The i result wan a decided vkitory for forParks forPark fu fulOr r
Parks an it reinstates him an ant 1 1union looul looulunion 101unlnJJ lOr 1
union Xo o 2 of New e York of which h h1Udiatos hi hr hris
i is the bulginess agent nt and and directly re reI
1Udiatos I ut1la 8 the action a < tlon of President Bu Buhanun Bud1Jman Bihanan
hanun in suspending eu pendlnj it The Parks Parksrtrlfgattnnf Parks1plf Parklelegatlonp a
rtrlfgattnnf 1plf tlon will now have seat on the thetlof t h hand
tlof 111 < > r find nd thesupposedly th the u upposedly pn fdly regular Ne NeFork New NewYork lfwYork w
York del deol1rft < nte ine out Qtttol of H HContest h kConiaet > 00 00Cont
Contest t Wa Mttcr MttcrThe ItwiThe
coati The liratjiig hfal llf of the Parkscase Parks e coo cooMimed CODtlIl11ffl
Mimed nearly nil the th time U of O t con convention eountoll ¬
vention > ntoll today and was a a hitler 1tItierlIt bitertnttt cn cn1r
1r tnttt > Kt Early in the th > day da whentbe wll the CM errd CMrliitlal
d rliitlal 111 ntiak tla I > committee nmml tte had reported reportedthru reportedt
thru t 11 hrowii 1 win the contest back to the con convpntion conputlnn concrnUon
vpntion JUKir If Parks saved trouble by byliofdine byhlin bth
h liofdine cding the ruling < o1 of 0 Bichanan Bp banan and andHtlns andt4Ung an anat d
at Htlns the hall with ltI1 fefrtae bitlhllefl 1meL Late Lateduring Latermln Lilt Liltduring m
during mln th the > > afternoonJ afternoon 4M0 ale > Is men menMPIV menft the thecerr n
MPIV + cerr ft railed tiled back to IrteiMI t thfir lr own ownnuM ownaulf ow n
< nuM and from 3 oclock ocl oelockuntp Intn until Alrr after ter tertt 9 9the 9t I
E Evon
the t tt hI mutter m ttJ was as t tbrtlIhedt thretthedpiijLrot a ant
von nt ft ii4 taken takenA with the ereuk aD aD1InUIlf announs
nouns 1InUIlfA
A Asked kd what hat effect this would have banII havthe e
> n the presidency presl ny and whether or not nothe no t I
he > would outd still et Ill run for j re re eoctioa eatli let > Xr1 Kr KrJuihanan hlrIU
IU Juihanan han to declined dedl 5 tt t9 ij f fTht z zThe
Tht t rdenttal cvmuflfF c cfRorahl cosadfs cosadfsfnvrrahly reported reportedfavorably
favorably on th the > question of allowing aiowinlllMide S
Inside flU ldE men or whop men men In the mombrrshll mom naemhfrhJI
hfrhJI borshl > This was passed pttsee up to the tbeOnentlnn th thrnnveation e
convention Itself also 180 but has not been beertt
t 4 ken uj > yet There are a 150060 151 of oftii oft n nt f
tii t I se s men rn n and If IttM they are accepted It Itill i iw t
Mill w ill immensely ItTlI ety strengthen the organ
I ization ha 1 za t tun n There seems to be a strong atrooJfoJ1Umfnt st str matt
r s nttment looking lookl toward their ac acI c
r I iitanee iitaneeSHAW JtanHSHAW
Funding Oprti OpelftSO Mi Are to Be BeHewed H Haewad a aDWed
Hewed aewadWashington DWedWaRhlncton HewedR
Washington R Sept t 2ISecretal7 t = 9ecreta Secretary
Shaw Chl hil w authorises authert the statement that thatowing thatcwln t tutrlnR
owing cwln to the scarcity of 2 per cent eon t
bonds both for circulation and as asrarity se security lie lieI ¬
rarity I II rlt y for government deposits h be wl wlr will willfrifw will1nw Il
frifw r H w funding fundln operations to the extent extentt I
< > t f 20000000 in accordance with1re with the thejicvious theI
jicvious 1re I > Iou iuus circular circularf
Ilf < If > f the total issue of I5170000W = of ofFt e 2 2T 2fellt
Ft > T cent bonds the treasurer trea rer already ahead I dy y
11 Ivlds risk for circulation clr ulatlon and for deposits deposits4X0000409 dfP IIU s
4X0000409 Secretary ecreinry Hhaw bxw also aisoi ao 4W 4Wt u uihorlae
ihorlae t the tlt statement that be wilt re reflem
deem the th 6 per cent bonds maturing matrln g
Fob 1 1MM saying interest Inttto to tnahin ri
ity i t y Formal Frmal1Jurtetlo instructions tnt tr ettops to the sexeral sexeralsuhtrti sei esubtreaaurkd e elIbtrttaune rat
lIbtrttaune suhtrti urles autborixing au DC tlUtn t to re
d do m on presentation Pte8elftat will be issued ued ttins t ttlav 4
day tlavThe The banks that ladle Jtai nave had on I1 ifle fl w with
Vie treesi or orfi tblcIvdetsa ae uoats
5 F per cent t belpfls II as a security for public C
d > josits will 1It be permitted to substitute IlUheUtutea subetitutaiproved e
a approved I prod stan > and nd municipal bonds bondstli bondti s
1 ti tli h refor which wh b will be
accepted at atpr 75 7iJ 7 L
J pr er r cent < nt of their par value valueDENIAL valueDENIAL alueDENIAL
Idaho Surveyor General Gn lane al = al Has H Another AJloUterChaDce Ano AnoChance
Chance ChaDce8Ndal ChanceSpacial
Special to Tbe Herald H Heraldt ald aldWa
Washington Wa a t hIDto Sept 23 nSurveyor 23Surveyoreral Surveyor Gen Geneial Ge1tal
eial al Eagleson oD of Boise Ida has en entered en1rfd e n ¬
t tered red a denial of the charge mad madacatnst made madenriinst madenvalnt e
nriinst hits by land ofBce Inspectors to tot
t tin h effect that he has openly violated violatedvxelicit violatecsllicit d
vxelicit Instructions sent him himtime YIoIate41 some sometime e et
time t ago by Commissioner Richards RidJn s i
directing d hrectlna i rftln If him not to continue to Iano Ianond Ignore Ignoreimi IporeIHI t I
imi IHI insult iii uIt Lts chiefclerk chief clerk Kagleson Kaglesonstates Eaalellont n
e states t a I f8 I In n a letter lett to the land office that thatIt flu fluI1 1
IH It has ha complied with Commitlslonlicharlis Commissioner er r
ihaniB ilhar411ID instructions tlon and has la reco rffOtI e
niz sized < > r1 his h 8 chief clerk in his official ca caJ1wHy c cpii a
pa J1wHy pii < Ity and ha hu not doae anything to tojiutke to3n
3n iii jiutke k ke > his position embarrassing mb lng The TheTiort ThelIort T Tr h hides e
Tiort r l ort of the Inspector Is very decided dec decin ides I
in its it tone but because u of the tlMpotI possi possilility pose
1 lility lj i J i t y of error Senator Sena tor Heyburn still sunr st 111 I
asks r k that hat < the case be not disposed disposeda of ofuntil I II
a until I n t II h hoe returns turn8 to Washington ton < Th The e
R mi n nator Ii tor says he does not sanction sanction4pprote nction or orr f I
H 4pprote < r prove > insubordination on the part of ofiny Stiy f
iny ny government official and will not T
interfere with Eaglesons removal If Ifis It It
is JOlit ositlvely hely shown that he has per
si sited > tl < tet in ignoring norlftS the orders of the thei t tntrnlssioner e
mmlasioner < i but he would oold like that t ttb ha t 1 I
t 114 H charges be amply substantiated be be1nre
lore 1 nre action IstakeeBOILER iataken
< so P 0 0BOI1ER
i k One JWa Xsnl JMj W Ird l and andTTvo D T T1I Trio Trion SariouaJy SariouaJyB r
B hiWKl
sn 1I FranciKO r ralKl Sept 23 2By By the ex exT et
T Ill lInn ion t today of the boiltf boll both of a arusher rock rockf ro ck K
< i usher W Boons 1 oas 8 quarry qua ifct Ocean
t i w near nearills Mils city One Onen man all wasused was
Hi kni IPI nod two others sertOMtar IQS Injured IfI used
The he tpid < > ad John RaiPer Railtfrnfel iglneer neeT
The 1 hi tl injured > iured John and fXmald 11 11a Bry
an a n
anH Hairier H IntI f wasblown was a blown X10 09 fef iiet feetfrom i from t tane tbe tbeF be
F ene < > r the accident cd nt J Jala ia body being let n g
r tu tJrul irfuliy fully mangled I The oaitoe vs uae of the ti e ehe j I
> > ideut IB ueknown further than the t he I
ta fat t that the boiler was an old one onet o oc ne
t h urr I f rr r tral i 1111JItp 0 Men were ere at work in the thevorks thevIIklll t lie liee
e vorks ki and nd several narrowly narrow I escaped secs Wd 1
t inar illltna truck k by pieces of flying flyingt 10 Ironfiept JreftI Iron i
I 1 IO k ktOll lt
ltRJ F
1 stOit tOll Sept 2X DTheldl Theiliw < cjirs iptn ef r the theAlbany
1 nn 41 Albany railroad today de deregular d dIIfd
l4 IIfd A regular re lar quart QuarttrJ rlK 4 4WHATS dividend dvIdeuder of oft ofWHAT
f er cent Ent t
To Keep a Coffee Cotr Complexion ComplexionA
A ladr Id says < tys 1 < Portum has hHperl hHperlTiy hfl per fl flfJ 1 lm
Tiy fJ < onir onlfI onalexiu > ioxtoi > xIUJ
Po < o nu much h that myjiionds my ii iiviands ty I I
viands ripnd say < ty 1 I am growing In
young oung again againMv aga agaIy againIy i
Mv Iy complexion used to b bt coffee oft col cold r rr 01 I I Id
r > d muddy Illlldd nnd nd yeltor eUn but it is now nowia n w f j
k ia I 1 u aid IH ul rosy lO < y as + when wtt 11fn n I was a ffirl RI RII Irf rt 1 j I II
I was na H induced to try II Postum by a aijend I
ijend I nd whohad who ho had sufTered suffr re1 just as I 1 hart hart5iiffer h ltd 2 I I
5iiffer i I fTfrHI < i from terrible iidige indigestion indigestionIlrth > trtOO rioi > pal paliiaticia palItathl al I I
iiaticia Ilrth l of the theheart heari and sinking spll spllAfii sp < wlJjot wlJjotA 1 1A I H +
Afii A tt flI r I had tisel use < l Postum a n eek r e eu k I Iu Ii
u i is u s Mu < > much better that I wnKafrait tcatSanaiintid fI atIid It ItM I Iquld
< quld M not 0 last Hut now two yrars yrarsJiiiM ye yeu far farJ tr
JiiiM J a iwe u < ff < d l andI and I am a rru III a well Wf > 1I vommi vommiI womb wombi u >
I < one > f it all to le lealn Ietv = ivinj ing off coffee and andciiiuklnu andu a aiukiII nd d
ciiiuklnu u illkl iukiII Postum Po tum Iti it its place placeI
I ii id I drank C ece rre cr all 111 ry r r y life 11 lifeit f I Irtjspe ItJSJI
rtjspe tJSJI < fl < 1 that It uas 1 a as < the muse HU oft of my myiroubi1 myoUbi iv
iroubi1 t ° oUbi but it wa not until I actually actuallyf aetua fly flyf ly
f f nit ft rrf P c and s ntej n t 1 i ter iry I Poutum Poutumtliit Posit PositIhnt m
tliit i bfMnu c tltie dertam dOII lII1 n T urn ri 1 all 111Irottl 11 my myrtml > y
rtml I s aiHd and I uiti t u 1 nv > ii V Wrii W rH rHgain H MIld MIld01or k < i iftrnr i L
ftrnr gain Nft Vnn > fornhihed lurnh + hed hedwl by b bI >
r wl t M 1 omMiiy lI1pn Millie 1e Creek Mich MichTh MithTh MI ch chth h
Th a t rcisi 1r ttU ttULr > tj J Jjr
111 jr in neIi 1 li pij l PIfkn1e ii < kige kn e Jnr or II i copy copyI of ofli o oI f
li I < tupiis I tll S hill liit l bookThe I tk 7he liood no toad toadJ to
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Ifcnocrate aarats ts Are Given Gt ven a avie 011 ron Ad AdVice d dvice
vie vice W Cteunty Q unty A Attorn AttornlUogan lirornsae rnj
lUogan n gcsi sae Jt kfh Tn The cout c ti ai aivret Attiils Attiilsshiners 18 181IMt
shiners met today toala f far air the th h plttflolirrofap purposscfof p of oftr ap
emg lt3t reglftrar tr tl for Logan OHW 11 j an anhat asthat n nia
ia thathcaJne hat baeame e necessary I Itb Of OfUk orlpe
i tb Uk redietrictlngof rldl1trl < ttng of the city 1 1cratii Dpao Dpaoc
c cratii tatl > atlt city llt ThaiiWan baI llllan clm4ne demaadeacname maR 4ASllt 4ASlltnrae
14 1 name fourot tour of the tn nr roghnjsAJ rghlct f > M but butthe ut utthe
the K rtepubticaa pubUean chairman opiMsing op this it
looked as a it the th courts would be called calledL tall calledupon tJ tJupon
L upon 10 settle th the matt ma matter Ufr r until the coun county county county ¬
ty attorney advised ad1 ed compliance with the theDemocratic theLemocatw
Democratic demand The following per persons VC VCOrTI8t persons
sons were appointed appointedFirst appollitedirst >
OrTI8t rltd rltdJ
First F district H J Carllke CarU Demcond Dem DemSecond m mSeo
Second Seo Se cond Q district d1 Alma Johnson i em tkml > > em
Thi Tbltd itf d dll1trkt Mrlet I D > D Davis Davt Dcmt DemlFou
Fourth Fou 1 aurelt dtetrfbt Richard RI hard Yeatta eatt8 Beput Hepubt U > >
i Ktftb Jotftbdl t + tftb district trlct Cyrus Jones RrPd Rep8b40 Rep ri 4n < n
district C + r V Kanben nsen toe 4nelltllt1Ieenth 4nelltllt1Ieenthdlf < neuK a > eventh eventhaiFtriCt venthdig
aiFtriCt dig lrict Ct John Joh AliceDa3 DahJe Da3 h1P Dttml Eighth hah h dis district dfII diaAlice ¬
I trict UH < > Alice II SaiRh h lisp l i NMthdis NMthdistrict HtIftbA4JSttlet ia iatrtet
trict Hurh Rh Adams Tenth district John 3ohnCuroon JohnCII hn hnraoa
CII Curoon CuroonThe rOOD rOODThe raoa raoaThe
The re registrar strar8 in Smithfield Wellsvillr WellsvillrProvidencv
Providence and Xewion ewon were W removed removedand remfvdand removedand
and the following named persons appoint appointed aJ atlpoirtto poirt poirtell ¬
ed to t flU Withe the vacancies thus caused
Somnfield 8aUtft tI iq No NOylr V Theodore Theod re GyJtenitfcog GI 3yttenak kg
No t 2 Elixu F Nelson Nf elsOn > I n Provide Protrldeter Miss Mis s
A A4a Adallpa < ialw pt > f Thcurer WellsviUe 1 fI1aYlife Kot ldOfl i 1 Mrs
Maggie M InlH te Smurthwaite No i Mrs M Idrsteutg Xievrge e
F Willllps Phtlll y yWZLt
WILt CHANGE CHA GE ITS IT1f IT1fDricham ITAJfB ITAJfBBrigluun M Migham
Brigluun Br igham Young Academy to Become BecomeTlBlversity BecomeUB1V8rslty
University UniversityProiro TlBlversityProve
Prove Sept 2 2At At a meeting of th the e
hoard of trustees > of o the th Brigham Young You ng
d mv trusteeslast held hl fastevening f last lasto t fv njn It It was d dto de
Em HI to changr th 4hd tier name of f the insti ¬
tution tu n to t the urignam Young university UDlVPll universitye tt
The Th e cMImy c l < my nan Mtt given inn cohere courses coo
for several yeah yea and It is Ho o flu w away a
with the > apparent anomaly anfmal of a a1I > rrcad acad acaderty aadem >
erty em on ly having a collegiate dejartment dll1a ont that
the change ban has been determined d ltrmlnd upon
ti Bome o otge tge lejtsl f formality in order to cohiorm cohiormwiththe ttittlorwlththe oOnrormwlththe m
wlththe lecJ of f trust which will neces necessitate nff neceaattars ¬
attars taUt a meeting ot the lh heirs of Brtg
han ha Young will have to be attended to t
before > the th change han c is officially orltcl81 v raade
I At th the he same Blt mtlJJK me tinic tOe xecuUvc e com ¬
mittee was authorized ged to proceed with M t
the erection of the missionary mletdoaaryiW Arid pre ¬
paratory ratOt school building l hm builaing blkdo blkdowill
will wi ll coat GIlt about ftatwo and it t Is expected
It will he completed before the close of o f
the present school hool year
It was also decided that hereafter betea tea HMO tip
shOUM be no closing of o the school during durl
ti tbe fall semester on account of the e gen ea ¬
eral conference The spring vacation of orWk o oe r
the th e week for the theXanti cal I anntta nn confer er
ItltiAtaid IN be vfeq
> r rx
x Ji 1fJ WS Nb1nM Nb1nMXanb yt y
Xanti rapt L 2 2Line ine 1 De beveAth b v vtn ntn district districtcuutt d18trlctrtUi dlatrlcetUl t
e cuutt rtUi L Ada uwn in n IerrOn ion on iiu lIlu ween 1 Nla k kurt AM AMin
urt i in i ctLvc dire OR LDl in criminal caicnoar caenu neaiu neaiuv Weal Wealbra
bra v iu toe Ccw C laH 01 tat oiait o uH Vb a Atoa 1 A AdMD
iianavn dMD a ywteng man 01 KyMraim KyMraimeutrifctt A AI AIt
eutrifctt t with tutvi LMidal tMI Moowieuge kOOWtdU 01 01a Oic u ua
a irteic IVH MC c uiHHrr U iwt U a ass e of coUaent voaen one oneMIMI One11D on onawr
M MIMI yuiun 11D ut V J a1 Jsdrraaua iuatdi AuD toe wntaioe uuw to tonave v vtuave t
nave ft ticelan t rwi t cohtNiKteo 0 vu u tI tile ft MU lu o occioser uctIINr Us 4 >
c ccioser < i retr 1 w > AM uv C4UMS wan vommcnwa vommcnwaMuuoay OMDkn teMalcnaruuoay OMDknMouoay
Muuoay uiwrnoott MOU cvwUntM IrntlaK7ttt Jh t Iranran Iran unuiiut OU OUUlet
ran aytfiiMiK wore wu awD a ii was givjeu IV into ia iauanos Uk Ukua tairands
uanos ua oc O erg eigm I jurors wan oeHuerateu oeHuerateuomv aeat4UOIbV afitrlpratomv
omv a snort uine reiuratng wUn me ver vetl1Kt verutct
utct 1 ut guuty Ult A 111 Hare IBM ot U k k4l btAlenCe ai Dce nce nab > ao
tar 1 not no ween en ifivttn l tfv9auctt nat uut uy JUUM JUuM4IQUnwn JUuM4IQUnwntaOUt ruugert jO4inon jO4inonnoUt lnro lnroHots
noUt yaruca w u xne caae were aiways IU cola coutuu COIIu colarrurau
rrurau tuu t u atnuug aAU Me vu rpect rvapecteti oc O trrel trrelAoatpettl tneir tne1rnom i
Aoatpettl AoatpettlJt nom nom11I dty dtyXAtwis
XAtwis 11I + urta Anderson and Luther Tuttle of oCL o r
Mauu Marc L retuiii returlwu u truer a miaiuess DUU trip v vAn LV LVu
u buseynltutal tOIMI V v blat blatA matAa
An Ul ufiicwK tO eti 1f certv convention < vdltJon ttlonof of the Y M It
Y x 4 JM asaovwcHMUi ores Id at ii 1 tn vbinu > on to nu
last a > sjoay ftQ a awit m ti rtM n1Nfttenlaoa entaUwM n uell trtri trtrituna i iiiua
tuna ally ell w were re PIVMIIU Mir r eau tun
rsMMOa lhtMOra Hun MIU I Wife + rrb Jauhnie > n J 8nww SIIUWUl
woe Ul ut ore wta at ir a rrwra oi 010 tfn vroJloU or n o t uav > uw IhIpr
w farce a pr yrawa ava io tonvn 0 m v vu JOIIUNl iaaeratuotu matr cuonM cuonMx n ttik r racsiwp
acsiwp x tik > i m > i j v > cnUi < Uk on v 01 pact uiKe L acre e City CIt y
was w in 11 jttBiui nu tiiio WV Wte tvterc K altetcolOg aitfiiOii conn connvrcniottiu < Our OurA t
A vrcniottiu hlUJ BiKnunau ana Mib aca 1 J nvv IW
AAiaiioni 4 1 uuta uotaottas v i ia L city wet be mar IINUU
rKu U ni tae it tayte t ie iwfe rltdll to Ut Utsen >
u rU1at4 f Anutavl0 Alht p nun Mba Hilda D
stn It rerrey hfy Nausrn sen n and JKM Aitwa taw > ab abue utI dt CM CMoIerwen nInOI
oIerwen WI wul aw IUIIU ue JnarrW inarri a odttju tod ic icweia eo eoIV e
IV wue w4l Uff via M 8 um4 atug U1 g tae even evenek
I riff aaey uaeylUe rre teruanw ek Msnis g 01 O the tbrtt tempt
cn s
r Nlrraoaa nj 4 fk u t1Naxtrralnr ilemalha or o oeegl t
t eegl ee gl glMot m rt iMM schba S btnwey atUMY atUMYMa w
Mot 4 tr0 ntfMt Ma iu tttM ta city Loony at 2 p pt
uL Uhf w taIK + 110 110A curia
A nets u Ur t IU1 tlatltlrr nc rp V xits Ie property o of Peter Peteroectu r
A UIUUallMln alcxtteu oectu o ed u ue e ot bpbraim m
w was Mutt this th WeeK at the request t o oi t
u trcC baud UluJ Xi y oav > n aga bank h Mau > > uu u hau hauAtt hauIna ha a
Ci crailgs aattrttac Ina tleccaetu tleccaetuane C MU
Att 1 ane he 1ftI mmintry y austntss OU tSII of the firm of o
Kcu K r tt If c cwrtt aiA 1 < vi iiiu u city elL will snort
i ly I y oea thing of the past tola k hiss nar
lofts C tar ar < arK tine ot the iiitn um tut J1 Qt late
burn visiting m lpxourc Kexour idaho where
f1 II stw n has luuud a suiut 8ul rullauretuc > < e eUm f CIon iuoa Lor or Jel aut
IIJIIW7 I bttlunes a ntt nas der help sw swems
f La ems emsM AI b Woo 00 ttaa t In
CbalJlle pit orMt o i t a uerneas here W to t1etlY + ottt t
alt M ClIO a r itrt Ttror tor lZexe x t tiatwrc aJIiItu
jtltjMt e Ttr TtrA10MI
A10MI ltiolUey WX rY > K Reid who has for forn trlsa e
11 Um th oe teeu ti suffering e from an attack Uc of
asthma lu > is s slowly recovering H lie lta IMi
n however owever been bee able bee to attenu tcetMi court tnis
week weekIhe
she 11 performance Lady Audleys Se
c creu ere waa renaered In our city Xon OJJ
day evening < to o quite a large Jar e audience It 00 leDCt
in ne perxoriners uenerved ueaiet ed even more mo se
vere y ore criticism than The Herald gave the
c company at toe De time or their appearance
ii in salt Lake City Our city is accua
tb t lomeu to better performances than given tven
fc by b y Wesselts company companyPROVO j jPBOVO I
Provo Sept AHen 23 Ben R Rldridge te In I
I Provo rov6 visiting friends and relatives relaU
A awn son has been born to Mr and M JN Xraavid
j David D avid JWllllams J tvlllams All WeH
The families of Mr and 1fn rs A 0 00
J Johnson ana Mr and Mrs vseph J vac F
tulles WI have been Increased I rea ed by bythe the arrival
of ° sons sonsThere
ofThere There are now Tee students att attending atle dlq
t the Brigham Young Y GO De academy This aum hum am
l ber wilt be greatly gr eatlylacreascd tty increased ID bating 40 dnrpc6the the
i winter wlDt w inter months montoRJUdtre
Judge Saxuy xty was 8 over from Spanish
Fork today
President Joseph F Smith prnth and JT aJ
R W Youns Youn Were in n Provo yeste yesterday
a attending the meeting of the Brigham B ham
3 Young academy my board of o tru trustee teee
The followinginarrUgf tolng follow g l rtatttMge rf1aso licenses liee SIaWe bav Rye
j Men bt bt er lesued ier a aed ed by y County clerk Bachman 1
Alma Y Wheeler htelfr of Sprinjcvllle aged 21 I
and a nd Dorothy M 1 Stoker ag aged d 21 n ot Span
tah l Fork + or1t WUItem H Ash aged 26 IIi of j
I Bait It l La aloe k and nd iCettie CobMey aged 24
0 f Un4MU LI Charles C Wyman aged a S S of
l Burnt taraV It OI1twoJ l4WY Wyel andClara 4Jld d CI Clartt B Brad 1ka4Mt
t ird aged tiledr tiledof J of A > rhtgviUe rhtgviUeTKiCnP rlnptlJtIU1IJaT rin Ue UeDOIINTY
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Coalvtlle Coal Sept t SnFoltowlng 2I ollowlq ar aree the
r names ot the jurors Jut r selected for the Oc kr krtuber ¬
tober term ef court
Park C City CUSanton yttnton Btanton Rotoy ThomaaVJt
i Brtleafe But sfowaitt KMdr JC Ihmcanv lhIoca 9raw w
fstdTINT r ars JscPolln William WI Ja18 lUMgbn n
William Wlllla buabaeHugh Htt McDonald tt L A i
ConraO C onrad F MT gberman = n Qetfrgtr lede > Sr ONelU ONelUWowells ONeI ONeIetfl
etfl r Varnon Thomas t SttIIIger S S B
Wowells M owelts H Hyrum rum Bates Batesohn 111I
CealvllteJohn ohn P Allgoood A1mod1a Daniel N
CMMnmera 9eaameetOa1tLRyJoseph aameet WUIIam Walla Frost FroetYJpb
Oakley YJpb Joseph C Horton r
Castle Rock RockWHIla WH1 WHlfam Ian Moore Mooream
Woodland WoodIandWItUam William am Turnbow W B
Bl Bill Biel l K Ii B Murphy W W Lefler LefleronNationJames >
onNationJames MarlonJames KaI1f nJames B Lem t LemaaoaL Bunon uoa 4L i XasMsr gat
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HoytsvIllc mJ J H Itolaoan Ilobson J a fcn D CNHJai J
Wanshlp NanahltF Vallhlprank Krank rsnk Hixvon r
Parleys Park PurhC artC C H StoveA f ± r rHftleferlfyrulD
Heneler HftleferlfyrulD Hyrnm rom rom1aIN1e Deardea
WilUaMlb KssMsJ 1aIN1e J B Burbidge Btttbidgelkatdea tbidge WID WiUisia r i y tiltala a R
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Peoa J leoaNrrum Wyruoi JorRenxon Jorgf > noJJ Oscar Wilkins VTHkinsBXATXE WIbdnDaA WilkinsDATE
Prove Pro Sept 23 23MIl Mrs Rebecca Barry of
Kanannrlile lion hot1tounty county died here last
nlrht from cancer or the throat t1IlQa for
which she h had come here to be treated
The deceased > d was the widow of o WJlUam Wpua m
Kerry Heho Who was tv murdered in Troiasee I
while whil on a mission masal n about twentyone
years tIi aif n > She was WH 11 bvm I In h Pennsylvania
sixty tt xty year il8 ago go and c IHmt me to Crab tab with I
her parents iu lto Bed living for some time
in n Spanish Fork Many years ara ago 8 0 her Iw r
husband was called lied on a colonizing mia
iClon < on to thf thesouthern southern out rn part p n of the then
territory t and settled in n Kanaravlle lanara + iNe She
leaves a son and aven III sgven ven daughters and
many man other relatives rw Uy The Th rcmaias rcmtl n mat e will
be sent nt to tl Kauaravllle for bnrtaK bnrtaKOLD b1lnltca
ca caOLD
Sacramento 6act anrento Cal Sept 23 23A A Mecial 8Jt special
dlopaich to the Bee from Folsorrv Folsorrvstates PoIeomtat m mstates
states tat that Robert Hayes 75 years yea old oJdommltted
committed suicide eJ < ld at the New N > w Western W tern
hotel at 830 t oclock ocloc k this morning
Hayes had been tK f employed fmpl yd at the Brent BtpnlJJhry
livery stables tabl H at Blue Havlne ryjnt n1nr
HP Il iairo n into Folstn kolaotre yeste v Yt8J 8terdyv w > > n 12f1 12f1PI1 1
applUNi PI1 > lBpil at the hotel KaylnVhe spyftt he Canted Cantedu ianteda
a cheap cbfPThe bed bedThe
The old o ma man m had gro groan t n Ue despondent despondentover despondentover pon4ent pon4entner
over the faihtrc of money to arrlv rrh
from a Denver n lodge of Masons M lMtlf of firwhhb n
which palrt paper pa rrfrund ffiuiui yn his person 11M4on In
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WILL OUT IN tHE FLESH tywy tywywell y t
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j Is tftieof tni of iuatikiaa4swe 1Uank J1 d asti astia well as lower lower animals We Weo ie do not notpectblooded ex expect1
I pect1 pectblooded P > k > oded stock st stoolfrom a from common sires S1res physical PhY PhYI sisal l giants ants fjcani fjcanidwarls zwu r
j i I dwarfs d arls ibd 1dmidFJsJ p midgets nor no welldeveloped robust ro ust children chi1dr fiioni fiionitainted ixc ixctainted Ii IiI
j I tainted ancestors and q4 sickly parents pare its ts It is IS contrary to the thelaws
1 laws of Q nat ite e 3i14heredity and heredity which whit are inviolable tmchange tmchangeSable unchan e I IChildren
I Sable ble a d < Jfeted JfetedChildren bed t
Children Chi1dr ridfc0nly n iS only gnl inherit the features form fo and dispo dis dissition p
sition ltJon of r theUF then t ieztts r t but the mental and PhYSIC 4 i qt sal i iinfirmities tIes tIes1nfirnlltles i infirmities
infirmities i and diseases ciis as well That certain die4ses d t e ses sea are aretransmitted aretransmitted < 1
transmitted from parents Plr ts to children childr are bred iitte in ° e la bone boneand o e eand 1 1and
and handed handodqpYD ban d ed 4pvn fromone generation to anotherpan anoth f an not notbe nOt nitbe > i ibe t
be denied for forw we wt see evidences of it every everywhereandev ev where whereand and every ry d i1SCROFtTLA f fSCROFULA >
SCROFULA > a disease almost as fatal as Consumption Qn Umpt Qu is a aI f t 1 1e
I disease diseaseof of the the blood blooc bl is bred in i the bone and will out in the th e jlep flesh in inthe n nthe r rthe i
the form off of glandular swellings s deep abscesses aii arid a1idl sores boils boIlsand ii 1 1and
1 1gestion
and eruptions It afi affects ects the eyes and ears weakens the thedigestion thedigestionand di digestion lj j
and destroys th tht red corpuscles and solids of the blood resulting in inemaciation NV vj f I
emaciation stunted growth r wth and poorly nourished bpdies
RHEUMAT RI EUMATIS ISM ISMls is is handed down from gouty ancestorsand a cestor cestors and andrheumatic Jy I
rheumatic parents The acid poisons in the blood that cause c cause use the thesharp
harp s shooting pains painsin in muscles andjoints and andfrom joints olzits have been there may m gt ybe be v t
from birth and ex exposure tp sure to bad weather night air or cold caster casterKrinds easterly east ly lywinds
winds only one hasten hastenkthe the attack b by exciting theacidblood theacidblooarhe theacid blood l Theblood he lood must mustbe be purified and
the poisons filtered out of the system in order to get relief from tjbis t tllispainfuldisease is painfiildisease infuldisease
CATARRH CA T AP H is so something ething more than a cold in the head the poison extends into the
Throat TM and ir Lungs sys attacks theStomach r i TTT Kidneys t and t Bladd Bladder nt i 1 and a d every part of the t ttern sy
tern We inherit t a predisposition or tendency to Catarrh just jttst1ikeother J ltstlke like other blood diseases if it is
bred in the th bone and z < nd d can not be reached with sprays and salves but require constitutional
treatment and a thorough cleansing of the diseasetainted blood
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD B OOD POISON is is responsible resp nsible for fo more suffering suffering than all other
diseases combined COllI bin ed and zone one is so sure surely transmitted from fro psjrentto entto child b Fearful ulcer u1ersand
and sores Sores and disgusting dis stiru skin eruptions often break out in infancy htfap y and those thos whose blood is is iseadi s
tainted with this awful poison are handicapped from birth andunless and id unless the poison pois poi poisated sbn n is eradi eradicated e
sated te4 carry carryt ea the taint through life lifeJ lifeCANCEROUS I IjCANCEROUS
CANCEROUS J > ULCERS and old sores seem tp t pursue some families through gen generations ¬
erations and in spite of washes salves and ointments continue to spread and grow be because because because ¬
cause the tI1 taint is is in in the blood is is bred in in the bone and nd groundetfin grounde rounde + > in the flesh
Nothing but a real blood remedy re edy like S S S can n reach these deeply rooted inborn
diseases It goes to the fountain source of the trouble trouble uproots the old taint drives out outthe
the th poisons that have been lurking in in the blood for years and tones up the theweak1yconstitntion weakly constitution
S S S reaches diseases of f this character char cter that h no other medicine medi ine does or can It has
been tested in thousands thoUS2 1ds of cases ca es during the nearly near1 y fifty years of itexistence i existence arid its reputa reputation reputation rePutalion
tion as a cure for chronic blood trou troubles Dies is firmly established establishedS
S S S is is guaranteed guar nteeq purely vegetable and suited to toold toold
old and young and persons pe rsoDS of f delicate constitution If you youhave youhave
have inherited a a predisposition PredisP ition or tendency to some family
taint the sooner certainX yc y < 11 begin b a course of S S S the quicker quickerand quickerand quickerand
and more certainrile certain the thecnre cure The disease may develop
in childhood or later on in life lif J but is sure tomake its ap ap a p ¬
pearance sometime for what is bred in n the Sone will outinihQfiesh out in iiith0ieSh th l1esh as assure r s sure Iieas as as you live liveOur liveOur
Our physicians make diseases of the blood bl odarid and skin a special study Write us all allabout allabout allabout
about your case and medical advice or any special information on desired will cost you y u nqthing nqthing7ESVIFTS n4thingENE thing thingTHEswjrSPECIFIC
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