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I SECTIOiS OSE O E THE TII SILT LAKE HERALD HERIflSUNDAY SUNDAY SI DY OCTOBER 4 1903 3
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KB MRS a s GOno Gopi OF OGDEN OGDENTim OGDEN OGDENECTEDia OGDENzLEcTD
zLEcTD ECTEDia usnEwT usnEwTTh DrT DrTThpII
Tim ThpII Th riection < etlon of O officers III 1I for the en enruing tnfulng n ncuing
ruing year par the passing of resolution resolutioncondemning re8QluUonI reuoIutIontnden1ning
I condemning midways at fairs and tht th thtqe I It
ve t of tpiritU pirituous UI u liquors and a aI pledge pledgeti
ti t use i very honorable means mf > D8 to tOllUp sup supIr1s I IS
jTfjs S the increasing tnreaIn prevalence of the theof
TBP 1 of tobacco and cigarettes c ltartttes by youngtoy young youngVoys youn1oylo1
toy by enforcing th thQ Dew law were were1Jw were1c
1io featufes ft tufefl of o the closing < day of the th
Vtah Womans W umans Christian Temperance Temperanceunion Temperanunion Temperancelni1on
union nitf I11Ptlng ting It was vas the thirteenth thirteenthfinnual thirteenthlinrtual thirteenthantlual
finnual convention which began Fri Frliy Frin Frirliy
n rliy iy morning in Phillips Congrega Congregational CongregatonuI ¬
tional htiroh chttrhJonry 4hUrhIvery < htirohKvery
Kvery session was largely l rgtly attended attendedThe attendedPJhf attendedflip
The interest inlf > reat manifested manUe ted in n all work workr workthe
i < r the th union and pledges so o readily and andfervently alldj adirently
fervently made to cpntinue the fight fightas fightgJ fightdnt
as gJ inst the tb liquor traffic have greatly ltTeatbfIHourasred greatlyiouraged
iHoiiraxed the members to labor with W1 WithTPflewed b I ITfnfwed
renewed zeal zf > al during the thtV tbeicomlng coming rear rearThe 781Thf yrThe
The officers and deparfment superin superintrndents mpernt perin I
trndents 1rnd t fidenta tl elected at the close e of thfl thflirornjlng t tJornJng th thornng
irornjlng ornng session yesterday follow followOfficers f low lowOftlcera
Officers For Xnsuinf ulna Year YearMrs YearM r rrr9
Mrs M rr9 rq J 1 S Cordon Ogden president presidentMrs fnt fntI
Mrs I Mn G W Warttn Martin Mantl vice vJoedflit vkpe1 presi president ¬
dent dflitMrll drutMrs
t
Mr Mrs Mary A A Boyden Provo second secondVRe eCODilPo
VRe ilPo SJ arrsjkdent r rMrs 4 I
Mrs frf c D Mhrery Salt Lake cor corresponding ¬ 1
responding r ndln secretary secretaryMrs Me tary
Mrs M rs Jttm JlbnSobt Hobtts oeD oeDcrfta recordtar recordtarsecretary u L
secretary secretaryMrs crfta y yIrl
Mrs MI Irl Ryan Corfnne Co CorInne assistant taat re recording ¬
cording er1tngMIMa 0 rfi I n Jr secretary secretaryMis eefttarYlifCS
Mis Mary Wilson Wi ML Pleasant Pleasanttreji PlaaaDttnafCurtr Pleasanttiurer
treji tnafCurtr tnafCurtrIr tiurerMrs surer surerMrs
Mrs Ir E E Shepard She Salt Lake LakenIzer er erganizer Otgnlztr
ganizer gnlztrD ganizerHorning nIzer nIzerDpmeit
D Dpmeit Q tUJt v upathitendeats upathitendeatsMotltj 1iteDdttI 1iteDdttIlothe
lothe 1l 1Uf f iitty mietl nEeUngJIIrB nEeUngJIIrBiiornIn 1L 1LJlnrnlnJL
Horning iiornIn Mtattl MtattlTiera1ltire JIf1tt1Li tuti tutiLi
Tiera1ltire Li tera r 7K Mrs > lD D 1 C Johnson JohMonS J kUoA8jrlnitvllle
4 S 8jrlnitvllle 8jrlnitvllleHdfntlftc rinarviile rinarviileHientlflc invtJletentific
Hientlflc tentific temperance Instruction InstructionMrs lnatrvedoaIr
Mrs Ir t r Tibbals Salt t Lake LakeNarcotieflk LakeHreot LakeNnreotleahiw
Narcotieflk Nnreotleahiw Hreot Wrir lIf D Ii 7 Smith Ogden OgdenPrison Openrri
Prison rri lIn as a 4 jail J jltLtn U MM E B Shep Shepnrd SMpIInl
nrd Salt take OikeModal akeMtlal
Modal contest Ontestxn Mrs CoIl and Mrs Mrsrhison 1t1r1Ihison
< rhison Conan CorlnneMiners
Miners 111 ntorl departiiien deparbjJenMl1I Mrs BowdeU BowdeUnlt
l alt < Lake LakeSoial LakeSodal LakeSocial
Social meetiags m meetlngnMrC tIxrc MrC George Mar Marshall XarFhall ¬
shall ha1I Mt t Pleasant PleasantSabbath t tabbat >
Sabbath abbat 0befvnee ob erva > nee Mrs f1L n R G Mc Mc2Miece XcI
2Miece I > i e sAlt Lake Lakeis LaJrJ
is J T L LIn Miss LMta Kennedy Og Ogdn 01n 01Y 0gen
dn n
dnY Y secretary fIIO aecrethryMtss TetryXIa < Mtes Grace her JPtoherf ll leher
f fii Hlt 1 t Lake LakeSoldiers LakeHoldlera
Soldiers and sailors IIUIl 5ldrMZL 5ldrMZLWake nKlL Mrs George GeorgeWake GeorpYakf
Wake Salt Lake LakeBesolutioBS LalceRaolution
BesolutioBS of Oonvantloa OonvantloaThe
h The resolutions re pnsscd by the union unionDs
Ds II s reported rf > by the resolution raol I1 commH commHt
t tH e follow followWe followWE ol1owf
We f the members of the Womans WomansChristian WomanJChrillti
Christian Chrillti n Temperance e union of Utah UtahIn UtahIn
In invention n ntlon assembled gratefully crate tUII ac acknowledge a acIiw1edge ¬
knowledge the goodness of God and re reiTMrm relfHrm
iTMrm irtn our belief in our Heavenly HeavenlyItther Heavenlylther I
Itther 1 t her as a king kl of our cause CwaeHI CwaeHIc and nd His HisVid HisI I
Vid c I shouh IIb shouIbetefoun4leh U be tbe eou founAUteh of laws lawstlurefore Ja
tlurefore 1 hrf I e refore > fore thl trusting t qf l t T3hn m for guld guldn guidjfle
jfle n e we hereby herebyHesolve herebyHesolve herebyIteso1ve
Hesolve First That we stand un unlalierably unjprably Untiably
lalierably jprably by our principles prl lpIe of total ab abftinfnce abitlm
r ftinfnce itlm from all alcoholic a drinks and andHand aadt
t Hand a nj i pledged to promote every interest interestIM tere l lfll
IM 1 the suppression Ruppre lon of the sale of m mtXicants m mt
tXicants tXicantsTies t x tant tantHf
Ties Hf Rfsoived lived Second CQQI That we will willf willItsHy vII1inatiy
f ineBtly endeavor to promote a better betterbservance beUrh bettrtpavance
h bservance f nanre of the J JAWds rds da day > accept accepting accepti ¬
ing i ju n it as a gift of f God to man manResolved InanHe84Ihed manltesvlvcd
Resolved Third That because becau e of ofln
1 ln 1 11 increasing fncreasIn prevalence of the use usevi U8eof
vi of 1 tobacco and cigarettes < ipreU tJ by young youngwe you youln youngy
ln y > we will by every possrole tble means meansTsr
1 Tsr 0 I nur Influence for the enforcement enforcementv t tn
v n r the I law recently jmssed jmssedHesolved jiassedltolved
Hesolved 1 four That we believe in intti
tti 11 < one standard of morality for men meniind menllIrI menS
S iind women the white llf for two twoUbsolv twoI
Ubsolv I soIv five ftyeThat That we e are opposed opposedto op opt
to t the mid mifway way featute of fairs the pic pictures Pict plctures ¬
t tures u res andtae an the varkMts va alluring adrertls adrertlsSiiK adYert18jllg advertlsitig
SiiK methods met usually usuall employed and tile tilehow tIaetollW thethemselves
how < thfln themselves In which the female femaleIvm tecnaleIJm femaleI
Ivm I tn is in i any fl way exhibited or alluded alludedt alludedUesolved alludedUesolved
t to toJ
J Uesolved I six That we recommend recommendr
r < tin t j Vp work among the children believ bellevjn beilevig
3111 jn ig that the training of ow young 70oni will willIsult willItllt willI
Isult I S ult in better citlsens and Cleanerfor cleaner cleanerLIAS
LIAS Lt s for the future generation generationHesolved generationtf generationIpsIved
Hesolved tf fJhed seven 1Ie en That we make maken ape spetiai apeal
tiai n al 1 effort during the coming year to tot
c ii lIiist iist the cooperation of the Christian Christianmen
t men H1l of o Utah by securing e urlng them so 8 ho homitiy boa 1IoItlaIj boal4l3
mitiy l4l3 members membersKpsolvedreight membentHp8Qd membersiaolvedeght
Kpsolvedreight Hp8Qd flpt That we pledge eMIr onrsives eMIrln8 oartves I
sives ln8 again to total problbtt prohibition realiZing real realixin reali
iZing ixin i I fl g > that only through this avenue avenuem aVea
< 1 m n this thl dirtstlan land of ours ount rs rsUi reacfc reacfcthe
the t Ui Iw sreafaeCT rea 1le which it may reasonably reasonablyf rea ofxppetby redonabljt1Ct
f fxppetby t1Ct t > ect by having the purest p 1It and t best bestj beatti1eIwr > est estfiJi
fiJi ti1eIwr ti1eIwrItespeetifufly j i7PJWI i7PJWIHespectlNlly pnsr pnsrKespectlfully
Kespectlfully submitted submittedMRS submittedMRS ubmJttedIRS
MRS E C C SHEPARD SHEPARDMRS SHEPARDXU SHEPARDMR
MRS MR HOBBS HOBBSTeat HOBBSK
2V5 2V5Fetxu K < RlTCHIOW RlTCHIOWFeat1u
Teat Feat1u xec of the dosing Day DayTiio Da7Tilf DayT
Tiio T > devotional dt nalllenlceawhich services which marked markedt
t h l > v 1I iknkl enin vt t the themerotng morning lIJeI lrqr session on of ofth oft ofth
th t Iw lIt litda d y were fte Ml i dby by Miss in Lillian LltlhanTh1 M MTi MTh1
Ti Th1 Then came the report of the thentiata tbenntlals theLtias
nntlals < > < ntiata > < committee roll call of debt debtKitr deleKtn ddeIt
Kitr It n response > nnonse pontth with lth passage ae of scrip scripiine Bert BertPIIt scripU
iine U ie > anHihe aAtlt1e address of Mrs s J 8 Got Goriff GoltIII GotI
I tIII iff thtlrflllidet resides Mt It was w followed tol toRnwedfrom wetl by byr
r rplllt8 j rts from the eorrespondms e lle8Poed secre secretary I I I Itl
tary tl I p ry and a nd treasurer treasurerI
i I < There Further Jo rther feed eed ed of the W C CT Cr
T r c r in an Utah was the e theme tbenof a pa pan pal
l r n rad > ad by Mrs i P A Stmpkm 8tm which whichr Icla IclaIt
r r as It followed by b a general enena aflhnsmtive aflhnsmtiveu aiflrmatlveusiofl
i > < u salon The annual election of of ofiiers of1jer ofji
iiers ji et came next n xt with a noontide noontidejrayer DOOntideJrny noontideprayer
prayer Jrny r by Miss At Mary Xlelson on of Mt MtJ XLa
J asaWjU < a I IHov tHn
Hov I c John Rlchelsen lead the devo evonal devonai
1 nal services s rvlcea after the noon recess recessTi eMm1 recessI
Ti I < > minutes m1 ut11 of the morning session sessionire seasintre to tonf
ire read and approved when Rev J JBREAK JBREAK 1 1BREAK
BREAK THE FAST FASTThe FASTThe FASTThe
The Morning Meal Sheold ITot f t Be Beifighfs Bet Bert Beftr
t
rt ftr r a L ifighfs d1ght Cat the stomach stomachf achFIulIIMn
f FIulIIMn I 1 W ul < ihiye h ive some food for breakfast U UHtstiin to tosta totitn >
Htstiin sta titn mind 1 and andbodr body during du ibK the therimming thellJrniR theturtiin
rimming It should not n t be a heavy heavyjn hfa hfaJIlf lkaeyiiiaI
jn JIlf iiiaI al < bit wise Ise selection seleetionwlII will pay im imjit Im1wnloII Irnt1flCl3i
jit 1wnloII 1wnloIIWung nwly nwlyyoung I Iyoung
young L Los > w Anc A Angsisa kHi woman says saysI Y
I For or yEs yr it M until I st td d Grape GrapNut Nuts I Ihive Ihl Ihtve r
hive hl p never been able to eat breakfast breakfastfM
fM f 1 eating > a tin i < In the mcnlng was U always always1oilnwed alwaysfo alsays1Iowed
lowed fo by terrific sifk headaches and andny andf1ly andlily
ny stomach ha haM always been delicate delicnteS delicateomc
S om omc > m time ago a rInd urged me In to totry tltl totry
try tl try nn < SrajM ra > Nut utC food and I began be Il eat ealjn eatit
1 jn IR it I ev tyry < ry morning As a result of fts ftspteady It ItffHl itFtfaIy
pteady ffHl ui I have gained eleven pwuhil pwuhilstrii poulJ pjiihlnI d dIn1
strii In1 nI tn t1wRda th Yvcadaches t hi httv vf dtaaf dh dlsappea2 81J > peaTtil peaTtiltUlrrly Jt Jtntlrdy
4 tUlrrly awl my weik w > II stomarh has bt btme btqne bcc
c qne me nimil H itfli I and stMne lit t IJ All my Tfl food fooddiKostH foo fooiKstM fo4IfijgSt14
diKostH iKstM HItI nd I now f 1TfQrmm form my dally
HtioM < Ith a renev renevprvrRy rf > nfY J hIIruln 1prfulneiM an1 an1fr Lfltrcrgy
prvrRy fr r y Evidently 1 i ithe tat I l I hlfn fatin fatinthp ating atingthe
the n ronir rl1 fKKi fKKiJllt ftlOtlbJ b > j Jfutf i Xuts Nuter < soon soonx1 On OnJUI
Jllt r ° nit 11 riglif N Nsir U UCo tt x1 11 by Iostijin 1 Ittjfljo < tuo tuoen
Co o Rt R TK I iTpek C ppk Mi MiLook 1fiCh 1fiChtoot MihTook
Look in 1 ifli rUk akege e fnra fnr a COP copy o o1IfIt olheth
1IfIt llll iiiittl IiHIt JtJf hik k 1he tuad to toIh to toVeIj
VeIj Ih 1
Mrs Demies T S Denison DenisonPresidentGeneral Mrs Glesson < S 5 Kinney finneyPsaIdentGeneal
1 PJ8lridentG PresidentGeneral Deia1 Federation Womens omens Clubs c u s 3 JltMted ctad President Prem nt Utah U h Federation F eration Womens Clubs l
E Ed Carver of Ogden 1rd n delivered d Uvered an ad address addteaoa adieasun
dteaoa d dress on prohibitory laws as did also alsoMiss al80111M alsoMiss
Miss Phelps of Ogden They w were w in interspersed IntfJ11Iped Inerspersed ¬
terspersed t with music by Mrs John JohnRlchefawn HbnRiche 3obnichelesa
Riche RicheTIaeta RlchefawnTnencejne R ichelesaThen
Tnencejne Then came the answering < of queries qoeriesplaced calJflldplaced querieslaced
placed p laced to the question box followed ed by byconunitfce bycomdl byom1
conunitfce comdl c om1 report H rtw After Afteteyded t 7 ey n nid d been beenaccepted beetccepted
accepted a Mr J S Gordon the new newpjesJdenV DewIS neweoldent I
pjesJdenV p eoldent WHS IS consecr con citIPl tejl t4IIrrtle The win mlnutes
ta tell t of the afternoon d were were read rea4i rea adopt adopted adoptan4 adoptd ¬
ed a d and the convention adjourned a for a ayear ayea aear
year yea y ear with a prayer prayerRACED prayerRACED prayerRACED1NTHE
RACED RACED1NTHE IN THE MUD MUDThree MUDThreeEvBnts MUDThree
Three ThreeEvBnts H Events Pulled P lIed Off at Fair Fairat Fairat
at LastMjbaieRt Last Moment to Please Pleasej Pleasethe Pl Ptsethe ase <
j j jthe
the Crowd CrowdThere CrowdTJfIn CrowdThrp
There were ere er ras at the fair grounds groundsyesterday
yesterday 1enerdayattentoon y iday afternoon but they were not
taken tat t very ry seriously y They hey consisted only
of o f three t runouts MlDnfO runn1qgovnts events t that were gptten gpttenup ItJttenup tten
up u p as itwere It were wer on the spur of t the th mo mowent moftt
went ftt At d oclock o ock the condition tO dttlon of o the therack
track t was wa so muddy that Manager Mana r Brass
J5 font f ord > rd and his associates decided not to
have any races At 3 oclock the grand
tand s and bleachers were full of people
and a ah nd the sun which wh h ha hail not shown its Itsead
head h ead fortwo for two days was smiting benignly
Vom i rom a tearless sky Ilk Mr Bransford sate atd Iel
Look at that crowd of people we must muiMgive
give them nometning sozs thlng or they will be
throwing t bricks at us
So the horsemen one n got busy I and at 4 4clock
oclock o clock sLam tarn the first rst bunch of speed ¬ I
sters s ter were off offThe oftT offThe
The T big triangularharrow trtaAcular arrow had been run runaround runaround
around the th track a few times to let the thef theBun
f Bun s un percolate pen te through throu < h tne mud and while
it f t dM some good there were little shim
roerfnic mud puddles pullcl at occasional a8ional Inter ¬
vals va v als all 11 around the course aM nd it kept
the t he horses fairly lalrt but busy < y dodging them
uric A In the second race ra floundered flounderedaround flounderedround
around a like a porpoise po and came under tc tcwire tswire >
wire with the blood flying from an ugly
gash h on one on of his front legs where hr he
h had Jirkifd corked htoo himself elf while struggling
through t the mire mireThe
The Th three races were a quarter a half halfvery
and a th threequarters qWtrter of a mile dash ID
rifIw few ot the condilloft of the track 1bt Ii
tilDe t made was very good The entries in
the first race the quarter dash were werefere
Batie GoldJe and ay Flower The
edde chi Were ere about two to one o In favor of ofnervy
Hatler and It wu a good JfU gues for that
nervy n ervy little Utt animal won out ou abnost lJno t a
length l in twentysix seconds Tbethree Th th three
quarter dash was scooped up by Honest
John hut he wag closely cl llfl preMrd pressc by John
K Keoghs e5h blI hnd handsome ome little mare Motile All
stott s tott The Th last tra ra < e the halfmile It > dash dashK
w was run ru by Caittftt 1a lL II Baldo o o4Rd nd Sax
K by The Th flriHnamed flrMna wd captured it in a gal ¬
lon I on The nummary
Flnst t raw quartermile datih allhRatlft Ratler
first Gpldle Golde second May Flower Flowertl third rd
Time rimea 21 3 neronds n nrart
Beoond race threeouarter mile dash dasha
honest John first Nlt Moflip ollle Alllltott second
Aurka third Tlme1 I
Thlr Third race halfmile d udtCa1i u IT
ftt l I Iill
Baldo second ondSaxby Szb thIrd T1nte Time
ill w seconds 1NCOndManqer secondsManager
Manager Rran Brsnsford tord Irtat states that Mon
days a > s races will be an exceptionally strong
card TheN will be five eVe eftnta three or
which will be tr trotting trettlnrLOCAL trottingOCALBRIFS nin ninVET
LOCAL OCALBRIFS OCALBRIFSVET BRIEFS BRIEFSYET
VET FIREMEN TO MEETTher will
be a meeting m tln of the Veteran V < tfran Volunteer
Firemen at their hall on Monday Oct S 50
at I p m mwSd8 mCTrB merte
wSd8 CTrB WOMEN S MEETINGThe
board of directors of the rtah Womens Wo ntl
Federation of Cnibs will meet Monday
morning morn at 10 o oclock clock at the rooms of the
Ladies LItenrrj club clnbISH clubSPEECH clubSPEPXH
ISH SPEECH 1 OJL90CIALISMWhy 0 SOCIALI8MWhy So
clatlmn Must ust Triumph will be the
theme of an address to be given by Jo
SS aeph uth H0 Gilbert 1 1 at socialist w t heaoquaVtera heaoquaVteraAND h headquarters dquartens 88
tith Main
street thiS afternoon at 3
ocJ oclock oclockRECAPTLREI ck
I
RBCAPTCRED AND SBNTENCBD SBNTENCBDwho
J James B1 Bi1klcy kleJ who ho escaped apsij trow fro the theFUNEKAL
cbatntt Cha ga Jut August whtle h11e at Wok t Iv I
OftcNek rcrek canjOn cafl OTI aftO was reea recaptured
1t aayeSterdaysntence yellterday teaced to fifty days Ja inFUNERAL
Jail by Judge DIehl DIehlFUNERAL I
FUNERAL OF MRrORElLLYThe MR O OREILLYTin REI Ll YThe I
time ef the funeral of T B OReilly has
not been fixed as yet Mr OReilly is isfrom t
i awaitlsg aItJ the a eftsl l of ber1Juaband I Isister
sister zs EaBly who i Is on Iter way here j I I
from froi her home In Ohio OhioLaWOY OhioLEROY I I ILaOY I
LEROY LaOY HURT POUND BOl ND OVKRLeroy I
Bun a boy charged < with w th incorrigibIlity inrorrtlbilltyj
when n arraigned before for
Judge IMehl DW III vt es t
t terday morning was bound b und over io o the
dtatriqt d t court If he Is I found guilty Ut he
will le e sent nt to jtherefof Jhe fOlA A school schoolNO Jlchoo1NO schoolNOEVICpS I
NO NOEVICpS SERVICES 8E ICES TOD 1ODYOwlng Y OmJng ftIa to oth
di r en enfm agementH Ut the Hev E I Cosher I
the new pastor pelJtotof of the First Concreratlon C
1 cllu church will not ot preach th e this
mornln as he had Intended HliT HI open openmomm
In < service IC will be held On next 8unday
momm Morning MorningBABY ornl I I
BABY BADLY BURKEDUxsfe the thea I I
yearold augbter of William Russell of
1 im Bast ut FlIBt sth 8tftet was badly
burned Yater ay afternoon while Playlagl pisylni I
about a bonfire Dr Witcher who a at I
iS ten the child found her l JwrleV injtwle veV very
painful but not necessarily n rU dangerous dangereuai danpreuNOTtCB8 dangerousNoTieng
i NOTtCB8 iPJiS 8EN SENT Oirr orTCoufttJ County Clerk Clerkday
John Jam
am yesterdar terda seat out ieK1Itra
don notices to the different Pftdnct In
Bait ft Lake CltyIJlurra City Murray anq ad For
e eat t Dale The notl
notices must HJt be
P peste ten
da days before
ftl regIstratIon ay R This year
they come 00 1ue Tuesday day Oct 13 13 and Taeeo Tue
day OetIN8rRANF Oet 27 27INSyBANrK 2 2lNgTBANE
INSyBANrK MEETING POSTPONED
Not Tot a nulTlienf number of flee ImmranTe
crnta 89ot to make a
quorum appeared appear d yen Yt
terday to attend the annul a n1f1ia I sseVtlng JR mee4itig ill
which was wa as to h haveinen vebven an held In the room
of tine board bo rd
of are
underwriter < In n i the I t
CommeTijl < tfIdJ I block
OftI
ronsmtiKixly onReqItflIll onseque u < i titisi uw
oem n Ira w4s as transacted Another noth r call will
be iatiUcd iatiUcdrKU Ili IliI
heIMl
rKU I KI > X MKKTIXGTherc wll wilt be a aunion aunion t
union meeting mfftJn nf the t f Young PeopleA Pf > oplf11 KO KOcietles
cietles ietl of the th Protestant churches at the
First Nt Methodist church this thl evening fnln at atoclock I
oclock oCI Th meeting m < tlng will be Jed by the t It I
Rev R P A Simpkin of the HhilH PhilltnR > aCon aConKTegational Con Conre Congregatlonat
KTegational re Uonal caurcn c unn and o Q l the subject the theregular therpCUlar thergular 1
regular topic of the Epworth League for forthis forthie foithis
this date dateMETEOROLOGICAL dateMBTEOOLOGtOAL
dateKBTE01tOLOGtOAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT RJEPOBTYesterdays REPORTYesterda BEPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Yesterda s Record B4itbe at the Local Officte Officteof OfJicof Officof
of the Weather WeatherBureau WeatherBureauMRslmam Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaafmum
Maximum 1 t temepature itfp > rsture tult M > 4J degrees min ¬
imum temperature 42 dogreen d4gr mean tern lenrneratuir ttrrI terntratprt
I neratuir prnu W 4I tutrree Ol gr which IK I B f degrees dfg degreehkw
below the th normal Aceimiuta Inn ulu hc < I deficiency deflIfn deflIfnof defllentmperialure
of iimDerauire llmDf > ralt urp since 8In the f hp first of th thmonth tho thomouth thmth >
month jr JI J cl l legr Rr rp1C j Accumulated dt dtklt d < lc lcficifnfv
ficifnfv klt 1 < f tcmiHritun lomwratH since in iIlee Jan 1 al alnrf t tgr
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AT THE Pi HELM HELMPresident HELMthe HELMresidentofthe
j President residentofthe > qf the Iron Iro Workers Is IsReelected IsReclected
Reelected ReelectedH ReelectedTHE R elected electedI electedTEEVOTEWASVERYCLOSg
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THE TEEVOTEWASVERYCLOSg TEEVOTEWASVERYCLOSgONVENTION VOTE WAS VERYCLOSE VERYCLOSEV VERYCLOSECONVENTION VERY C10SE C10SEJ C10SECONVENTION
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Kansas I Ka4Iasebsnan Gity Oct 3Fiatak Frank Bo Bochanan B1Icbanan
chanan c of Chicago Chca o won wo 01 a final victory victoryover victoryver lctoi lctoiover
over o Samuel SlLnn el Parks and get his following followingthis fOl1owl toflowhhia g gthl
this thl t afteiytoon when whe he was W 8 reelected reelectedpresident reelectedpresidentot reelectedresident
president p of the International Associal Associaltton Auoclatlon Assochion
ion t of Bridge and anclStructural Structural Iron IronWorkers rr IronWorkers n nYorkers
Workers over Hugh F Donnelly f fAlbany ofAlbany t tAlbany
Albany N Y by a vote of of43 43 4 o 40 40After 48After 40rter
After A rter the election and while Mr Parks Parksand Parksand parksnd
and a nd his delegates from New York were werehurrying werehurryg wereurrying
hurrying h from the ball to catch their theirtrain theirtrain theirrain
train t for the east ea t the regular re ular order of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofusiness
business b was wa suspended while the theconvention theconvention theonvention
convention c unanimously passed a res resolution reaolutfcn reslutlon ¬
olution o pledging full support to local localNo localNo localNo
No 2 the New York walking delegateA delegategnion ecate ecateunion
union u nion and he departed amid a storm stormof stormr tor toror
of o r applause e Parks claims a majority majorityof maJorl maJorlof
of o f the executive board Toronto Caf Cafada Caada Cad Cadda
ada a da was chosen as the place of tMt tMtnext Ut Utnext tOext >
next n ext convention conventionOn
On PIrst Ballot BallotMr BallotMr oJ oJMr
Mr Buchanan was elected on the thefirst theftnt thefirst
first ballot and when the result retlultannounced ws wsannounced waO waOnnounced
announced a he was cheered lustily lustilySamuel luaUlySamuel lustilySamuel
Samuel Parks sinking s k closer cl eerlnto into his hischair hischair hishair
chair c heard h the result without com comment co comeftt costmefit ¬
ment except to tc say rIOH I lose A per personal perIIOnal peronal ¬
sonal s encounter en < nter had been predicted if ifhe r rhe fhe
he should kwe but after after the applauife applauifeI
I for f or the successful l8tuI candidate te hjj hj hd hdnded l lenddparkSand l lended
ended enddparkSand e Parks and his followers tonow m mna mDomove momove
na Domove n move to make a counter demonstnt delnonatriI demonatrben
instead Parks quietly counsel counseled cou couled ¬
led l those about to hurry the rest resnthrough re1ttthrouh restthrough
through throughThe throuhThe throughThe
The other ot r officers oftlNtI5eJeeted elected were Wfl Wfllinm wnJiam Wil1am
linm 1 AlcOahi Kansas aClty City a Buchanan Buchananadherent Buchananadherent Buchananadherent
adherent first vice 1 e president John JohnMcNamara TohnMcNamara JohnMcNimara
McNamara Cleveland a Parks candi candidate cancadate eanifldate ¬
date second vice president presld t J W tvJohnston WJohnston WJohnston
Johnston of New York City CU ecretatreuurer secretarytreasurer secretary secretarltreasurer
treasurer The oiily o ly real contest ntest aside asUefrom uhlefrom asidetrots
from that on president wa wu for sec secretarytreasurer ¬
retarytreasurer the Buchanan crowd crowdnaming crowtlusming L
naming James Jam L Melton of Fittsburg FittsburgJohnstone PlttllburiTohnstone rlttaburgJohnstone
Johnstone the present incumbent who whois w1IoIII wkCs
is I s a Parks man mn was elected by a aof ve veof vef vefor
of 4t 4 to 38 38The 31TJIe 3 3The
The executive board as selected lelect tel follows telows ¬
lows 1 l ows IJ H F Burke Philadelphia J ICoakley 3Conkley
Coakley Pittsburg John Pollock PollockNewark PollockNewark PollockNewark
Newark N J and J J Barry St StLouis StLoull StLouis
Louis
Cheers Oh rs For Parks ParksAfter ParksAttfr ParksAfter
After the election of the executive executiveboard e1lecuUebnarct executiveboard
board the convention suspended business businessand bUIll bUIlland bustn bustnand
and adopted the following toHowJn with a arah hur hurrah ur
rah many of the delegates tee mounting mouath their theirchairs theirchalra r
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chairs and cheering lop > Mr Pant and andthe andthft an anthe I
the Nejv Ne York delegation as they UK y departed de de1IUted de doiarted
parted partedResolved 1IUtedRetJolv iartedResolved
Resolved RetJolv That it to the sense tse of this thisrtMiventkm thl thlmnventlon titlechnvention
rtMiventkm that the full support of the theinternational tbeAIIIto theI
international Association AIIIto of Bridge and amiStructural ant I
Structural Strt1 < tural Iron Worker be given to local localMo toealo teenNO 1
Mo o 2 in its struggle sl 1e against inllt the employ employers ¬
ers in the city of K Nw eqw w York and that thatthe thattl thethee
the tl oresident and executive board rct are areherebv IUfbe arhereby
hereby be bv Instructed to use their best efforts effortlt ef offorts ¬
forts to this th thu end endMr en
Mr M r Parks P left for Buffalo over tte tteWabash tleeW tk tkWgbash C
Wabash W a8h at a ocie octoc fc this evenIng enl Be BeforW 13 13forci
forW boar boall boardina lnx the train tJ1 n he gave the tot followinr totc
lowinr statement to the t Associated Pros freareoresentaUve preureor Prosreurta c
reoresentaUve reoresentaUveI reor ntatlve
I am very well rattofied with the theactions theactlon8 tls S
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actions of the convention I came here hereto C
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to protect and defend the interests of O Ow f
NSZ x w z and to protest acalnst alut tbe hlgh highhanded
handed and autocratic action of the th pre president prestdent t
dent in suspending aU8 tldlnK No 2 and otherwise otherwSsI
encouraging en ouraldn the enemies enelJ ee of said Id local localEv localC I
> Ev Even r issue iuhas has been fought out on its itsottrlts ItsDIetIb it C
ottrlts its and in every cae CUe my IDypoelUon position has hasaction halfhf4n ha haa a
been sutained taI tM The ocmventlon by Itll It Ita a
action has approved the stand we welUlve nave navetaken haytaken a
taken In N New w York an ant In a few vin vinstances In iflstancas
stances tUan hsVe ve ever gone further namely namelythe na1n nainelthe l lthe
the titand on the agreement aJ between bewec the tbeinside thetnaldp tn tninside
inside and the outside out lde men menad and on the theapprenticeship th thaoorenUcelthl thspprentlceMp
apprenticeship question An uwtanreiof uwtanreiofthe laet tpotntc nre I or ortlNo o othe
the favor In which No 2 stands in the in international Intpmltlonal InterntlonI ¬
ternational association is the first m InaeUona 15MenethutS
Htmettons aeUona to jj tbe t tJ Incoming administration adminiet administrationI on onIn
In reference f to New York We will a o i ileech Jback
back and anihke e UP the fight where we left leftoft lef lefoff
off with I the full suppun of the interns toternattonal tnternatlonal internstlonal
tlonal association o Iaa and with the con conHcioustiess conCloueDen moscioiisuess
Hcioustiess that we are right ri ht and we will willwin wlUwin wil wilwin
win the greatest eale t battle ever waged wagedagainst wagMlIalnet wage wageL
against orffanisfd o anld monopoly and greed greedIn greofI L
In A general neral way I am satisfied for I Iwill IWIll
will control a majority of the executive executiveboard executivebmlrd executlvboard S
board elected today todayThe todayfhp
The status of the Inside or shop men menua menwaf meit n
ua was finally decided wh whtu Ik n tbe convention conventionadonted oonventlOudonted conventiolI it
adonted an amendment to the tb constitu constitution constttuHon constitur I ¬
Hon giving the Inside men n representation representationjit r
jit R the th ratio of eirh Itth inside In ldf to ten outside outsidemm ou outaldmen idc idcmn
mm Thl settles ttlf1I ttlC5 a vexed question of ofmany ofman 0 0many
many years standing standingNAUVOO ItndlnNAUVOO standingNAUVOO
NAUVOO LEGION LEGIOWThe LEGIONI
I The monthly monthlymeetJor meeting meetIn of theNauvoo theNauvooLegion the theNuvoLegion N uoo 0
Legion 1 lfion win be held in the t he old armory armoryhall a armor Inoryhall V
VC
hall on Tuesday Tu a Oct 13 instead of ofOct ofOct o C
Oct 6 on account 8c unt of conference being beingheld beingheld bela og g
held on that day There will also be a acommittee acommittee
committee meeting meetl held in the same sameplace amepaf e
samr
place half an hour before the regular regularmeeting regulareetlng regulaipeeting r
meeting A full attendance h t request requested t ted ¬
ed as the election of officers will take takeplac e
talca
place and other lrta Important t business businesswill busineewill awill a
will have to be completed completedUtah completedt completedUtah
o t ea eaUtah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonSpecial BOIItonS BostonSpecial
Special S PfCi a I to The Herald HeraldBoston HerlildHopton HeraldlhOPtOfl
Boston M fU Miens s O Ot < t 3 3Th Th copper char charmeiktt h hftrC hftrCmarklt rc rcrnirkot
rnirkot is mitch firmer though t trading tradingtoday lradingtodaJ traeiiz traeiiztoday
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TOWN RUINED BY BYFIERCE SVFIERCE >
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St Charles Minn Leveled With Withthe WithI Withthe Withthe
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the Ground GroundSIX GroundsftBODIES
SIX sftBODIES BODIES FOUND FOUNDSOFAR FOUNDSOFAROITIZENS SO FAR FARCITIZENS
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CITIZENS PARALYZED BY BYTBNT EX EXTBNT EXTBNT
TBNT OF DISASTER DISASTERST ISASTJmt ISASTJmSTPAU
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T PAUI arlhn Ml n4 Oct 3A 3 4 rnado rnadostruck ildostruck d dstruck
ST STPAU struck St Charles Ch r1ell MiqiuaL 1 at SW S10p
p I m today tod and ruined the town toWDShe
Six persons are are reported r killed end nd ndlllraeQumber a alKrgeN
lKrgeN lllraeQumber number are reported I lnured retl The Thedead Thedead Thedead
dead so Car as Known areJ areJJohn are areJohn areJohn
John Etui BransAVill EtuiVtIl Evnslviii
AVill Evans EvansWilliam Evansll11am
William ll11am Pittman PittmanMurphy PUtmanjurphy PfttmanMurphy
Murphy MurphyTwo jurphyTwo MurphyTwo
Two elevators Ute princtf principal fttritltw fttritltwstore fUrnnllre fUrnnllrestore mrpttVestore
store in town and the jlg > I four oeer mill n are arecompletely arecompletely i icompletely
completely wrecked while the teie teiegrrann telegraph
graph once and sawmill are r8 tlleteleI partially partiallywrecked partiallywrecked partiallywrecked
wrecked
j wreckedSix Six Bodies Found FoundFrom PoundFrom I IFrom
From mea meagre e information obtained obtainedpartly obtainedpartly I Ipartly
partly by telephone Ji and l partly by tele telegraph tele tel telgraph ¬ I Ipb
graph pb It it te learned I rned that th t the bodies boil of otsix ofsix I Isix
six ot the killed haVe been found but butonly I Ionly
only fpur names were ere gjvea It is isfearedthat Isfeared I
fearedthat feared that there are a number ef t other othervictims othervl othervictims
victims vl tJm One man muati was kilted in the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street by being struck by a plowshare plowsharehurled p plowsharehurled 8bare 8barehurled
hurled through the ajrby r by the force orc < of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the storm stormAll stormAU stormAll
All the telegraph and an telephone wires wireswere wlrellwere wireswere
were levelled at the th first ftr t blast of the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm and communication communlc Uon with Ith other othercities otherclUes othercitIes
cities was cut off It is estimated that
100 houses were demolished deftttJtllhedatbe In lntiie the path pathoftheatorm HLuaorthe pathof
orthe of oftheatorm the storm t rm ComwunicAUAn Co vniCU n was es estaDlisiied e5tacbUttM4l Ostabitabod
taDlisiied between tHta cKy and St StCharles StC Str
Charles C le by telephone by a crew of oflinemen oflinemen 04 04linemen r
linemen of the American Electric com company compflny cornpeny ¬
pany which happened to be in that vl vlclnfty
cintty and the foreman of the crew crewgave corewga crengave P
gave ga ve the first Information of the four fourdead fourI toutdead
dead i persOns ers6ns named namedSurvivors namedSurvivors I ISurvivors
I Survivors Horrified HorrifiedUtter BorrifidUtter I I II
Utter confusion reigns In the town townThe townI
The streets 8trO t are filled with wreckage Wree ge of ofbuildings ufbul ci t
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buildings bul lnxg trees and farm implements implementswhich htplementswhkh iliiplemeutlwhich I
which were blown through the air The Thehorror Thehoriol Thehector
horror of the affair has practically pa paralysed p8ralyaed paralyued ¬
ralysed action cUonfor for the time being on the thepart thepart th thpart
part of the citizens who stood awe awestricken awOstricken awestricken
stricken at the awful devastation by bythe bythe b3the
the elements It was some time before beforecrews befotecrws beforerews
j crews began to clear away a way the debris debriswhich debriswhich debriswhich
which it is feared may cover many a asickening a8Wkentngdght t tsickening
sickening 8Wkentngdght sight sightSt sightSt
St Charles is a village of 1500 inhab inhabitants inbabttant Inhabitants ¬
I itants on the western boundary of Wi Winona WIt VI VII
nona county and is one of the oldest oldestsettlements oldestIlettJemenllB olda 1 1settlemenie t
I settlements in the state stateThe 5tateThe atateThe
i The storm which struck struck that town townwith townwith towiwith
with such disastrous results swept sweptwide a awide awide
wide section of country cC nt1y down the river riverdivision rtverdivision
division from the Twin Cities elti to tbe tbeMinnesota tbeMinnesota theMinnesota
Minnesota boundary doing doln much dam damage damage damage ¬
age and cutting off telegraph teI raplt communi communication communication communication ¬
cation between the Twin Cities and Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicago
cago for a time timeSTOKM timet timeSTORK
t STORM IN WISCONSIN WISCONSINTwo WISCONSIN WISCONSINTwo
Two Killed Three ThreePatally Fatally Injured Injuredand Injuredand Injur Injurand
and Many Badly Hurt HurtLa Hurt HurtLa ThinCrease
La Crosse Cro e WIs Oct 3 3Two Two persons personswere elllOnswere S
Sa
were killed three fatally injured and a ascore a8COIe a
score of others oth rI badly hurt in a tornado tornadowhich tornadowllch 0
which swept Independence WIlL and andthe andthe an I
the surrounding country this afternoon afternoonMany attelJIOlJMany I
Many Ma y farm buildings in the storms stormspath Btormspath stormpath a
path were torn down At Eagle valley valleynorth valleynorth valleynorth
north of here the Reformed church churchwas churchI churciwas
I was destroyed de troyedand and houses on the prairie prairiesurrounding prairiesurroundlag prairlsurrounding
surrounding were demolished Several Severalsmall 5veralI
small buildings were overturned at La LaCrosse Laroue L a
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Crosse roue but no fatalities were reported reportedLANDED reportedGEt reportofLANDEDJAU I
GEt GEtLAN
LANDED LAN LANDEDJAU D ED IN JAIL JAILSan JAI L LSan
San Francisco Man Starts a Liquor LiquorStore LiquorStqre LiquoStore r
Store on JawboneSan Jawbone rawboneSan
San Francisco Oct X IM M J Sellg Sellgnuni Seligman SeIi SeIiman
man who recently opened a a liquor liquorstore I4quo1store Uqucstore
store In this th city has been arrested arrestedon arrestelon
I on a a charge of obtaining Z5O 2M by false falsepretenses falseI talereteRees
pretenses Jretf from fr m H L Rea an internal internalrevenue Internalrevenue Internarevenue
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revenue and 9I8tOms customs broker He went wentto wentto wen
to Rea yerfferday stated that he hewished bewlJilhed h hwished C
wished to open an account and would wouldplace woulplace ould ouldpla
place pla a certain eertajn amount to the t e credit creditof crediof
of Rea A Co cO Mr Rea accompanied accompaniedhim aceomnanlehim
him to the ItalianAmerican bank bankwhere bankwhere buniwhere
I where Seligman deposted a draft for forf or o
f 1500 drawn upon J Bassett jr jrot of ofSt o oSt I
St Louis whom wh m he said was his uncle uncleHalf unckH uncleIjf
Half H Jf of this amount ount was to be placed placedto pl placeto ced cedto
to the credit of Rea Co After re returning retuntlne toturning ¬
turning to the brokers offlee olfls Seligman Seligmansaid Seligmisaid
said he was short of ready money mO ey and andborrowed andborroO an anborrowed
borrowed 250 in cash Later Rea Re Recame be became 1wCaine ¬
came suspicious iand and telegraphed t phed to toBassett toBauett t tBassett
Bassett who ho replied that he wouM wouMnot woulnot ouJl ouJlnot
not cash ca b Sellgsaans SeU an draft for any anyamount aI aII axamount >
I amount tLmoulI Thereupon > n SeHgman was Ar Arrested 41rea r rrested ¬
rea rested and lodged 1nc1 d In prison He is israid l Isaid
raid to be well known in Portland anil anilSeattle an anSeattle anSeattle
I Seattle
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DAVID NATION D3AD D3ADWichita DJIADWiehUa DBADWichita
I Wichita Kan Oet 2 ID 3D David vld Nation1 Nation1divorced Nattortdhortet Natiot Natiotdivorced
divorced huBtwad hu of Mrs Carrie Na Nation Nation ¬
tion was taken ill of stomach troubk troubkyesterday troubl4ce8terday troublyesterday 4
yesterday at Medicine Lodl Lodge e Kan Kanand Xanand Kanand
and died today at 135 13 am ami amAsk > m mAJk
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Ask k your grocer rocer for Vienna Model Modelbread Modelbreac1 Modeoread ci
bread Its the best bestWALL besteG bestWALL
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Two rarloirts trloart that must go quickly quicklyPrices quldQYPrirta quiek quiekPrices
Prices cut ut in two Highgrade pat patterns pattfrnll palterns ¬
terns at 5c lOc liie 20c OCt 3Sr Ye worth worthdouble worthdoubJf won wondouble
double Immense assortments sortmt Jt8 > in all the tbegrades thegrde t tgnsde
grades The > big Wall jpaper aprr Store StoreOco StOrfGeo Stonleo
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BEGINS TODAY TODAYPresident TODAYt TODAYPresident TODAYPresident
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President of Twelve Aposttes to toBe toI
I Be Selected SelectedF
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ALSO TO T TO BE PTT1M3D PTT1M3DFrom PILIJmI PILIJmJIrona PILLBDFront
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From stakes takes af Zion In an portions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the civilised world have come repre represevtatives repreI repreetttve
sevtatives to at attenI ten I the semiannual semiannualgeneral semiannualrJerat semiannualgenera
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general conference co of the Church of ofJesus orJUS ofJesus
Jesus Christ Cbrl of Latterday Saints saintwhich Saintswhich
1 which will begin today in the taber taberI tabernace taberanne
I anne Especially from Utah Idaho IdahoWyoming IdahoI IdahoWyoming
Wyoming and alrlaona rInon aoD8 Is the attend attendance attendance
I ance heavy while there are a number numberfrom numb > r rfrom rfrom
from Canada on th the north and Mexico Mexieoj
j on the south Cheap rates are in effect effecton effecton
on the railroads and the result is seen seenlxi
ia the crowds which swarm up and anddown anddown anddown
down the principal streets and fore foregather foregather foregather ¬
gather on the corners cornels where the street streetcars streetcars streetcars
cars hesitate hesitateThe held hesitateThe tate tateThe
The present conference will ill be called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon to fill two lw important t positions positionsOne positionsI positionsOne
One Is that of president pre ldeat of the twelve twelveapostles twelveapoatle twelveapostles
I apostles The other is the position of ofapostle ofapostle ofapostle
apostle Both of these places were weremade wtreDaacht weremad
made vacant by the death of Apostle ApostleBrigfcam Apostle1hilr1lam ApostleBrigham
Brigham Young It is generally ac accepted acepted ¬ I Ieepted
cepted c that Apostle Francis M Lyman Lymanwlft Lymanwill Lyraanwfll
will succeed to th the presidency of the thetwelve thetwetV Thewelve
twelve t but the identity of the new newapostle newapoetle newpostle
apostle a is not so certain certainGeorge certainGeorge certainGeorge
George A Smith is prominently men mentioned mentlOIIed meniolted ¬
tioned t for the position po Ittonln in fact nobody nobodyelse I
else eJ e lse has been publicly mentioned in inconnection InCODD8CUon Inonnection
cl connection c with the tbplace place It is be believed beI beieved ¬
lieved l eved by those in close e touch with the thesituation tbeBltuatlon thesituation
situation that the place will go to Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrmIth
Smith 5 mIth if to anybody in Salt Lake LakeBelief LakeRelief
II IIRelief
Relief Society Conference ConferenceThere OonferencoThere ConferenceThere
There was wua a large attendance at the thesemiannual thesemiannual I
semiannual conference cbnte nce of the relief reliefsociety relief8Oclett
society l oclet which met at 10 oclock eater yesterday eaterday ester esterdel ¬
day morning in assembly aa ball Each Eachstake Eachtake
stake s was as represented repre ented by b its president presidenter pre l ent entor
er o r some authorized representative representativeMrs
Mrs 211 od Bathsheba W V Smith the proM president prestdeatoC proMsittoC ¬
dent deatoC d sittoC of the society sodet delivered the prin prinrtpfti prinetpd petsaddress
rtpfti e address She extended a warm warmgreeting warmreeUng rm rmre
greeting re tlng to the members l emberB and comment commentM commentfavorably commentfavorably
e < M favorably upon the work which the thesociety thetlCJtietl thesociety
society is accomplishing accompllshlnRports accomplishingReports
Reports were received from the fol following foII foIloing folowing ¬
lowing l persons ntOns on stake work Mrs MrsMary
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I Mary Pomeroy of Martcopa stake stakej stakewblch I
I j which works among amon Indians Avildo AvildoTHcKson A AvildoDickson vlldo i
I THcKson of Big Horn Mrs Rebecca Rebeccafitlindring
StaDdrtng of Alpine Mrs M 1 I Horne Homef
of o f Salt Lake Mrs Call of o Bannock BannockPage BannockM BanuockMrs
M Mrs C C Shepard of Beav Beaver r nL nLPa MrsPage
Page of Nebo Mrs Selina Phillips of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Josephs T ph8 They all reported work workprogressing workres workrogressing
progressing p res lnlt favorably favorablyAt
At t the close of the meeting Mr MrMltgfie ltf ltfpe Mrstgle I
Mltgfie pe Hull gave a vocal selection selectionTHLMAN selectionTILLMAN
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TILLMAN TRIAL TRIALLexington TRIALLexln TRIALLexington I
Lexington Lexln ton S C Oct 3 3Wltne 3WltheesesWho Witnesses Witnesseswho efll efllho
who ho were on the street at the time of oftoe ofhe I
toe t he shooting ootlng of 9f Editor Gonzales testi testiItefid testltfteCId testiflefid
Itefid in the Tillman trial today todayC
C M lAde of Columbia one of the thewitnesses thewtnee
witnesses wtnee s said When I got about the thefront thefrMt thefrt
front oft o the bill board next n xt to the trans transfer transfer ¬
fer office I saw Mr Tillman throw up uphte uptIs
hte l tIs arm and I did not see where he hedrftw hedAn
dAn lIT his pistol from fromSolicitor fromSolicitor fromSolicitor I
Solicitor Thurmond announced this thisafternoon I Iafternoon Iafternoon
afternoon that the state practically was wasready wasready wasready
ready to close cl but desired < to pass the theclosing theclo8 theclosleig
closing clo8 ag until Tuesday Adjourned until untilTuesday untilTuesday
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