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6 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 4V j 1903 SECTION SE1II ONE E
OfiorN O6D NWS NWSOffICe
Office 2484 Washington Are AreOgden AveOFen
Ogden Sunday Oct 4 4MLAREN 4
6 6 6MJlAREN
MLAREN BOYLE DEAD DEADWell
Well Known Merchant Passes PassesAway PassesAway
Away aM40 at 140 0Clock 0 Clock This ThisMorning ThisMornIng
Morning From Paralysis ParalysisA
A A McLaren Boyle died at t 141 Oclock Oclockthis
this morning The annowncement a of ofhis ofhie otlile
his death which Occurred at his h rest residence 1 1 1ence ¬
dence ence on the corner of Adams dama avanoe avanoeand aTeAaeHnd
and Twentyeighth street this lbl city will willbe willhE
be received with profound r regret re On OnSaturday Onaturday
Saturday last Mr Boyle waa seIned sehtedvlth ehcedltll seInedvlth
vlth ltll a stroke of paraylsis completely completelyparalyzing completelyparalyzing completelyparlyzlng
paralyzing the left side His H condition conditionfrom conditiontram condItIonZrorn
from the th first was wa considered grave graveThe grayelhc
The fh centrr of speech was wa affected and andhe andh
he h > was a1 < unable to give utterance to the theslight the8Jtght
slight t wish His physicians Drs DrsJtici DrsHkl DrsII
Jtici II iV It UKh and I D > Joyce who was wastallfl wastal wagaLl
aLl tal > d in fl fqr consultation on Tuesday Tuesda Tuesdathing
did everything > thing in their power to alle allevmf alleutl alleia
vmf utl ia iii condition but the case was of ofsuch ofueh ofsuch
such ueh it t nature that medical skill was of ofno ofno ofno
no avail availH a il ilH
H He < was bOrn in this city City about 43 43years 43ears 43rears
years ears aio a go o and has h 8 spent all his hi life lifehfiv Ufeh lifeFor
hfiv h I For a number of years he has hasbeen hasbeen
been president of the Boyle Furniture Furniturecompany Furniturecompany Furniturecompany
company and nd was recognized In bust business bualnest ¬
ness circles as an able and shrewd com commercial commercial cornmercial ¬
mercial man He was a man of high highpurpose highpUIj10Sf hIghpUrpose
purpose in life generous and warm warmhearted Warmh warmhearted ¬
hearted h nnd nd his home life and associa associations fUIIIOCIarion ¬
tions with his hi fellowmen were of JLn JLn1tJe n n1Jeal
T 1Jeal 1tJe l character cha racter He leaves a widow and andfour andfOUl
four sons the eldest of whom is at atprcwit atpr8Int atprait
prcwit on a mission in Germany Genna y and andthe
the greatest reatest sympathy is extended to tothorn toth tothem I
thorn th m in their sad d and sudden bereave bereavement bereavement bereaverent ¬
ment mentSECURE mentSECURE
SECURE A BIG IG HAUL HAULJohn HAULJohn
John McCreadys Store on Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
ington Avenue Entered by byRobbers byRobbers
Robbers RobbersWhen RobbersW1teD
When John McCready the merchant merchanton
on Washington hJnpn avenue opened op op ned hi his store storeyesterday at6reuterday
yesterday he je discovered Cl he was the thepoorer theIoonr
poorer by theloss of about W O worth worthuf
i uf goods < taken from his store by burg ¬
lars Ian sometime during the night The Theburglars Theburglars Theburglars
burglars went about their the work in InJ1ethodiCal a amethodical amethodical
methodical manner A panel was cut cutout cuttit cutiijt
out tit of the door at the rear and one of ofthen orthem ofthern
then crawled through and then opened openedthe openedt openedthe
the t hE door and let his companions or orcompanion Orompanlon ortompanlon
companion enter ter The burglary was wastertfUnly wast wastfrtninly
tertfUnly t not the wbrk of one man manamIJea manan
< amIJea an < Uea were we then lighted and andl ILJIdIJacdd andjlacal
l jlacal IaccMl > on the b floor of the room in the therear therear I
rear rea r of f the store and the ransacking of ofthe ofthe I
the place begun begunEvery bepnEvery bogusEvery
Every case and shelf in I the store was wasexamined wasxnn1int wasexamined
examined and some of the former form r par partially partlall partinily ¬
tially tlall emptied fmpti d Articles of every ry de description deprlption deriptIon ¬
scription riptIon were ere taken including twenty twentyozen
dozen ozen assorted neckwear sixteen dozen dozenjair doz dozen3aIra n nIRi
jair suspenders lIu pfn4en over o r a hundred pairs pairsglovN8 pairsglovffi pairsgiov
glovN8 giov ladies furs fu shoes and a miscel miscellaneous mlNEIJanN ml eel eelJaneous ¬
laneous JanN 8 selection of f notions and fancy fancygoods fancygoods ncy ncygoods
goods The goods were carried first to tothe tothe tothe
the rear of the store and n41 with Uh the aid aidof aidPr
of Pr the candle carefully packed and andarried anda andarried
arried a off Some are of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that a wagon was 8 used for this purpose purposebut PtlIJNflehut purpoaehut
hut the storm of tbe night hd oblite obliterated oblttrated obUterated ¬
rated all traces The work completed completedt
tlie t hp candles were Wert extinguished exU tdllhed and left leftsitting Jef JefittlDlf leftsitting
sitting on the floor and nd the men de deluirted de deJI dojwrted
luirted JI lrted < and no trace has h s yet been found founduf tou touut fouhdof
uf them themBOG tbe2hROGBBS themBOG31S
BOG ROGBBS BS WA3fTS W WAPZMONBY WAPZMONBYT A lS MONBYv MONBYvAttorney MON Y YAttolHy
T Attorney Sues h eoThifldIng Building Association AssociationPor
for 2718 2718L
L R Rogers has filed iled suit in tba tb
District court against the Ogdeu BuiM BuiMtnar BulJtfn l3uiJJing
tnar fn A Savings aftxoclatfoa to recover recoverthe JeCNertht reciverthp
the > wnm in of 271819 R Rogers was a astockholder 3 3fltocldMlder t ttnckbder
stockholder in the concern rn add the theptock theftock thetock
ptock tock matured tured and was worth SM8 18 per pershare pershare I Ihlue
share according to the U complaint filed filed7If I IJlf
7If 31 alleges that he has only been paid paidSCIM paidsiai
SCIM 111 and It is for the balance he now nowsues nowlJ nowsues
sues suesr lJ fJI
suesharlea
r < harlea R He Reed R has filed a complaint complaintfor complaintfor
for or partition of o property pr perty In the action action111uabt actioniiught
1 111uabt ought by him agatost IMt Dennis A ASmythe Amytbe ASmythe
Smythe The parties each own a half halfinterest balf1nteNet hIrinterest
interest In some property on Twenty Twentylift TwentyJifth
lift Jifth h street and it is to have this par partitioned parti partitloned ¬
titioned ti by the sale of the property and andthe andthp andthe
the proceeds realised theeby divided be between bet between ¬
tween t ween tbem that the suit is brought broughtSHORT brvuahtSRORT broughtSflORT
SHORT U3OE LINX2BPS KBBPS ON ONHas ONXas ONas
Has as Ken at Work WorkGrsdng Grading on Sec Second StMODd Sacp ¬
p ODd ondstrest ondstrestThe Street StreetThe
The Oregon Short Line bad a force to of ofmen talhlen 4 4men 1
men at work yesterday grading on ons fntnd L Lifld
s cfind street to connect its It tracks with withthe lth I
the 1 h he tracks of the Ogden Rapid Transit Transiti Transitiaupaay
i ompaay The curious of the
part ope operation opoi ¬ I
ration 11 i atlo tloa Is that last Monday the Short Shortl Shortl4ne
l jne JA ne put in a petition to the city coun counM counII <
411 < M asking permission to lay such ucbt a aHack
Hack t and tbe council referred the pe petition ¬
tition to the street committee ec without withouttaking withouttkinK vItbouttking
taking any action consequently e IMeq1leDtI the the1uUdJnc
building of the grade on Second street streeti et eti4 >
i i4 apparently without wlthoutaNtoftb authority The Th
Short h iicrt rt Line evidently is t determined to toJne toIe tee
Jne Ie e an equal shorn IIh with ith the Rio Rknde
Ciiinde 11 nde which hleb connects OOtln ts with the street streetar streetar tret > t tar
ar line et at lt Iti freight depot near nqr
Tv T 1 s ntynrst atrect tr t The Th situation is isumber I Iiuiiber
umber complicated ttl tu < Ced by the fact cttltat that the th t
< ity it council has gone on oat record as asiiinsti asgain siginst4
iiinsti gain a i Utovemeat movement of freight along r
liu 1 ilt tracks of the street t t car company
rurtber developments flol > lnenta will likely Ilkel de dePluPin detIup
Hup PluPin Jn a af few fe days daysConvention daysEPILTCAXCOXMITT L 1
REP11BLICAtf EPILTCAXCOXMITT COXXIT XBDS XBDSConvntim S SConwntlan
Convention Well B Held EeI e an Oct 17 17at 17atOourt 17at
atOourt at Ckmrt Sown SownThe Eo EoThe Heu s sQ
Q The Republicans R pbllcan formally tonnallyloa tonnallyloara inaugu inaugurated Inaugurated ¬
rated ra tf be e city campaign cQmpa last t night nightMh nightwhpa lat latw
Mh w whpa n the > central committee wt t and andFl andt
t Fl hc h ct cl d Oct t 16 as the date for the theliol th thbolting
liol 110111 bolting ling of n the primarltHB and Oct 17 17lor 11rur l ljur
lor the 1tr holding of the convention nYent Ht Htth t tth E
th t ID court < house The apportionment apportionmentlelegatex apportlonmfnttf1I apportionmenttelegates I
< lelegatex tf1I wilt be made on the vote votefor votet
10 t for mayor J1 at the thllaat last election and andv Andili ansJin
v iii total 298 As the vote could not ho holined MCtlned h ht
< > lined t last night the making of the theaj thlall theL >
L aj all irikmnwnt Irtlon t was a referred reft > rtoo to Chair Chairn Chn Ir Irn
n ai a Murphy and Secretary Mattson MattsonTiuMnral lIIJattlonBImeIa1 MattsonBnrai
TiuMnral a ef < Daniel H Ogden OgdenTlic Ogdenic OgdenTic
Tic ic funeral wrvJres te over the re reHIM rel1a rcp
HIM l1a p a 18 of Daniel II opdcn n t1en who met metIih metis
Iih 1 it ieath Thursday by bein being acci accinf ardy ned nedlI1
nf tlly il1r y shot whit out duck hunting huntingMl
Ml iI i 1 < hold at the > Third ward 1 meet meeting rnefttJ meetii ¬
ing tJ house hu e today at S oclock The Th tab taVernaIc tabfrnad tabernle
ernaIc and Third ward choirs holr 0118 of ofwhih ofwhid1 01 r rwh
whih wh Ii organisations or anJti1111 deceased was as a ainenlor atnenher a I Imember
1 member will 1J1 furnish the music The Theremains TheTtnlainA Th i
remains may be viewed at the family familynsidime ramllyTsidtnl famIt famItr
nsidime r siltnt 145 Tracy avenue from H Hm 11m 1 L Lt
t m flL to 130 p m today todayYoung todayYouag todayYoung
Young Couple Married JCarriodKllth XarrledFWh Marrieditith
Kllth Brown nd Howard HO nrloGrlharr nrloGrlharrId Orahan1 Orahan1let rahntrsf
o let f here for Brigham BrJg am City Ci a few day daynvhero dayI
I > where they were quietly injuries injuriesTh marrlflTh narrle1Th
Th > bride is I 17 1 y yU8 > irs old nnd the grooru grooruIJ gr tU tUJ t
IJ J Tho Th > latter is employed in the theSoiithTn theS01lthirn th i iSoiitlitrfl
SoiithTn Pacifl < shops 101 The couple ha haJltokinc h h1n B Binnkiox
innkiox 1n ki i thtIr bom with Mr Grahames Grahamesriiothcr GrabamesIUO
riiothcr IUO z40t t her
Ogden O n Society SocietyTh
Th marriage of l Ktht1 t = f Inrk anJ anJJo anlJorh an
Jorh Jo fh I U 1 Foulger oultr r was Bol ROlfmnt sohmnlae4 > mnixed In Inth int it itI I
th t h I temple t 111f1l4 nt SAlt Lake last Wednes Wednesdav W WedneaI fIMlr fIMlrd >
i dav d J Thursday Th urdar evening a reception r ptlon was wastendered wutrJt watti I
tendered trJt ti dered rttl > by the young couple to a aJOIrJ J Jnn
T nn JOIrJ nc of f fviendfs ri IlI and relatives in th thKts th1bel < t
1bel Kts l hull Xii 1be reception room was a i
artistically aTU a UcaJly arranged and Dd decorated ft fttfre fur furf
the f occasion and Dunch and ald choice choicerefreshments choitrefrehments cho1eefreshments
refreshments r were served during tn tncvenlngr tbt tbtevening thvening
evening e the > occasion occso being thorough thoroughy ¬
ly l y enjoyed by all present Both the theride
bride b ride and groom are weft known and andvery andTery andery
very v vC ery popular in society 9O ty circles MIaMI MteaClark MIaMIClatk Misslark
Clark C lark Is the tb daughter of J L L Clark Clarkand Clarknd
and a aa nd a young lady of sweet sw t disposition dispositionand dispo itlon itlon8Dft
and a nt many excellent qualities QuJIIU Mi MiFoulger 1hFoulgel MiFoulger
Foulger occupies oup a position po iUon with W WH WH WI
H I Wright c Sons company and i ia 1un Is Isyoung
a ai young un man of ability and sterling sterlingintegrity rUng rUnglot
integrity integrityTheiOgdtn lot i ty tyThtiOgdEn
TheiOgdtn High H h School hool and Alumni Alumniassociation AlumniallllOCiaUon
association a at has Issued l sued invitation fo foth f fthe foPhe
th the t he formal opening of IMgnans nans dane dancing dantI danerig ¬
ing I Ir academy on Friday Oct 9 9Mrs 9M 9Mrs
Mrs M J S Gordon of Ogden is visit visiting villitwe ¬
ing l ug Miss Hattie Wishard of Salt Laka LakaMrs LakoMr Laktrs
ld Mrs Mr trs Norman Ives is spending pendln a few fewdays fe fecla7tl feways
days d ays in Salt Lake tbe guest of Mrs MrsJames MnJlIIftI Mrsmee
James J mee J Marshall MarshallThe anJhal1lbe
The announcement annou eement la made of the theengagement t tenpeement tbengagement
engagement e of Miss Edna L L Thomas Thomaslate Tbomulate Thomasate
late l clerk of the postofflce an and Arehi Arehibald Arehiald rehl rehlhaJd >
bald b ald McIntosh h teller in the Utah Na National Nat Naoual ¬
tional t oual Dal1J bank the wedding to take takeOct place placeOct PlaocOct
Oct t tM
OctHis
His M Leda Ied Kubn and Walter Mane Manewill KaMewill Marxwill
will he married here Thursday even evening eventn evenug ¬
ing tn l ug The couple wilt 1M make their horns bomin bo boIn hornsn
in i n St Louis where bere the bridegroom bridegroomelect brldqroomelt bridegroomlect
elect e lect is s in n business businessThe bun bunThe
The Japoe ap e given in the Kiesel hall hallThursday nailThunday ballThursday
Thursday evening was a very ery enjoya enjoyable e71Lble ¬
ble b le affair and largely attended attendedMiss attendedMI attendedMiss
Miss MI Agnes Gilfeather and P N Mc McCaffery MeCatfer
Caffery Catfer who bo were married In Salt SaltLake SauLake SaltLake
Lake last Monday will make their theirhome theirhome
home h ome in Ogden The bride has b for foryears toryearsboen
years yearsboen been a resident of this city cityMrs clt cltMn cityMrs
Mrs H J Vanderhoof who spent spentthe spenthe JHlthe
the t he summer here with Mrs A S No Noble Nobl Noble ¬
ble bl has returned to her home In Wis Wisconsin WitJconsln Wieousin ¬
consin c accompanied by her grandson grandsonCharles pandeonCharlf ndson ndsonCharles
Charles Noble NobleThe Noblenut
The Ladies Literary club met with withMrs wUhXI WithMrs
Mrs I N Fulton last Wednesday We nMday and andspent andpent nd nd8pen
spent 8pen s a very entrtaining entrtainln and inter interesting Inteestlntr interating ¬
esting e afternoon Mrs J F Ledwidg Ledwidgof
of o f Butte was 11 the guest guestThe gQtIBtT1Ie guestThe
The Aglala club held two very en enjoyable enjoyable enoabIe ¬
joyable j sessions on8 this fall The first firstmeeting 1Ir1ttn1eetlnlr ir5tmeeting
meeting was waaentertamed entertained by Mrs C CCoulter E ECoulter ECoulter
Coulter and the ladies spent the t aft afternoon afternoon at t trncon ¬
ernoon e listening to Mrs C C D Moore Jd e of ofSalt orSalt ofalt
eS
el Salt S alt Lake City The wayin way which tho tholecture th thlecture thecture
lecture l was applauded and the wishes wishesvoiced wisbeavoiced
voiced v for more of Mrs M Moore was wascertainly wagcertainly Waertainly
vc va certainly c complimentary compll ntary to the ladys ladysability ladysability IadYIbility
ability a to interest t and entertain entertainThe elltertalnThe entertainThe
The second meeting meetill was 11 also a red redletter red1t redetter
letter 1t l etter > tter day for the th dab had as a guest guestMrg lUe8tr8 guestMrs
Mrs r8 Gilbert McClurg of Colorado Coloradoread ColoradoSprlnp
Springs By request of t th tlUb she sbtretul sheead >
read r several original poems1 poems The Most Mostof JJfCMttof n5Ostf
of o f them were selections from a little littlebooklet IItUebooklet
booklet b called A Colorado Wreath WreathThe WreathJne Wreathhe
The T he regular programme wa then pre nresented preented preeated
sented s Mrs J T Hurst in her charm charmirgly charmlregly charmrgly
irgly I characteristic characterl tlc manner delivered deUv red a apaper apaper apaper
paper on the AngloSaxon period perl d in ingeneral Ingeneral Ineneral
general g and Beowulf in particular She Shewas Sh Shwas Shewas
was assisted by yMrJJ Mrs Gordon and Mrs MrsCarr MrsCarr MrsCarr
Carr who read selections from Beo Beowulf Beowulf Beowuif ¬
wulf as they were needed to round out outthe outthe outthe
the paper The hostess h flte Mrs VOOrbees VoOr VoOrheee r rhee
heee served refreshments retre8hru nts The guests guestswere I1Jestswere guestswere
were Mrs McClurg Mrs Voorhees YoorheesMiss VoorheesXh VoorheesMiss
Miss Xh Voorhees Mrs 1rS C WrigKt and andMiss an an1Miss < 1 1M1M
Miss Olson Miss Ed d4y y wJM w eNtertaln eNtertalnthe aptrtatnthe ttaia ttaiathe
the next meeting meetingOgden meunarO meetingOgden
Ogden O den Churches ChurchesFirst Chur ChurchesFirst s sFirst
First Methodist Episcopal church on onTwentyfourth onTwentfourth onTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth street onehalf q eballWock eballWockeast block blockeast blockeast
east of WasKingtan aVenue ae ue Samuel SamuelBlair SamUelBlair SamUelBlair
Blair pastor paltorSunday Sunday school at 1 1 I a ain am ain
in morning services U oclock at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which J It 114 Lellich D D wUl preach preachEpworth preuhEpworth preachJpworth
Epworth league at < 30 p m evening eveningservices evenh1gervlce evenhigsericea
services at 730 730Church 730Churek 730Church
Church of The Good Shepherd corner cornerGrant cori1er cori1erGrant corflerGrant
Grant and Twentyfourth Pwentyf urtk Alfred AlfredBrown AlfredBron AlfredBrown
Brown rector rectorSeventMth Seventeenth Sunday Sundayafter SUndayafter Sundsyafter
after Trinity Early celebration c lebrRUo 730 730Sunday j30Sunday 730Sunday
Sunday school l 945 holy communion communionand comniunionand
and sermon mOnll 11 evening service 8e ice 730 730Morning 7 7Mernlnl 730Merning
Morning text Fear not for they the that thatIM that1Hp thatb
IM 1Hp with us are more than they that be bewith bewith bewith
with them evening eenl So 5 JDavid J rid pre prevailed 1nevalled prevailed ¬
vailed over the Philistine with a sling slingand slingandwith Ing Ingand
and andwith with 1U a stone stoneFirst stoneFlr stoneFirst
First Flr t Congregational cHurcli churckJI M Mfn Mfningservice tnIng rn rningservice
ingservice Ing ervJeoe at 31 110cJo oclock k subjectJPure subjectJPureReligion aubjecl suhjectFnrsReUgion < Pure PureReH
Religion ReH < on Evening Eventn service at t 730 730oclock 730uloek 734oelock
oclock subject ub t Dogmatism and Ag Agnosticism AgnOlltk Agnostkiem ¬
nosticism nosticismFirst nOlltk nostkiemlnirst iem iemFllMt <
First Presbyterian P byterlaJl church churchJIortiing churchJIortiinge1Vcea ehurchMorflingservices Morning Morningservices
services at atil 11 subject Sin af CarHesa CarHesaness CtJrftleMneuand CgrtIessfleas
ness neuand and Indifference i Evening serv service er erIN aervlee ¬
ice > at 745 45 subject The Testimony of ofFacts orFadM olPsets
Facts to the Divinity of Christ Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day school at at 1315 Endeavor at 14 14Flret 045 045First 45 45First
First Church of Christ Scientists Scientistsedifice SclenttstsNilftee Scientistsedifice
edifice corner Lincoln avnue and Twen Twentyfourth Twentyfourth Twontyfourth ¬
tyfourth street streetServiees Services 11 a IL m msubject msubject iniLbJOCt
subject Are Sin Disease and Death DeathReal DeathReal DesttRai
Real Sunday school 1015 a R m mWednesday fRWMlDefiiday mWednesday
Wednesday evening meeting S p m mAn rnAll
All are Invited InY1t Free reading rooms roomssuite roomssuite roomssuite
suite 212 1 Bcctos ccIes building bulldln Open dally dall dallto dailyto 2 2to
to 6 p m All welcome welcomeOJdon welcomeOgden
Ogden Brians BriansM Bri Briss Brissj s sx
M J West and a party p Cty t of those in interested iuterellte Interestod ¬
terested < and not interested in h the as asphalt uph1t asphalt ¬
phalt and oil fieldsjust lIek Jnt west of ofontory Prom Promontory Promontory
ontory are today t making makl a tour of in inspection Inepectton Inspection ¬
spection of the properties propertiesThe properUThe
The hearing ot the divorce suit suitFrank al alFrank t tFrank
Frank P Foster against t GoMftUa F FM FMter Fpeter s ster
ter on the grounds roun 8 of desertion e was wascontinued wacoatlnued I Icontinued
continued in tbe district court co rt ysftter ysftteray yterAttorney
ay ayAttorney
Attorney L H Rogers no ws wds la I Ogden Ogdenon O Ogderon I
on bustoaM 00 bun yesterday yesterdayYesterday yesterdayYeste yesterdayYesterd7
Yesterday Yeste iluntsviUe untaviUe the tlt wrosperous JMOSPE1OUoommun1ty
proaperowI
community la Ogden valley rafl assumed aMuotedthe assumesthe I
the dignity ofa of A citjr d Early this week weektoe weekthe wee
the council will m MwL t and begin be the thetransaction thetranactlon thitransaction t
transaction of the citys affairs affairsThe agairehe < 1 1the °
The he local Elks are leaving Intr nothing nothingunione nothingunone nothln1unlone
unione that can in any way 11 materially materiallyadd mater1alI mater1alIadd
add to the success ll of the burlesque poc performance pocformance pocfon ¬
formance fon to be given hr them vin Ia the theGrand thiGrand Ae
opera pera house Oetv23 O t42 ir rb jpo jpoceeds PfOeed8 o othe
ceeds of the ewtertatMntnt ftttertat t will be bece becevoted de devoted dcvoted ¬
voted u 1v the fund for widows and or orphans orphans orphanL ¬
phans phansThe phansThe phanLrho
The victims hi tntlie Vie ie Southern B bibftri PacWBIe PacWBIewreck Pacnmwreck iaemniwreck
wreck who were brought to the Ogden Ogdenhospital OcclenboepItal I IhOOpItSI
hospital are making maktnKttlrtaetorr satisfactory pro progrcss pIogross 0 0grc
gross The condition of Rev e George GeorgeComfort GeorlJeCOmfort t tComfort
Comfort is the only onl one that gives any anyanxiety anytT an r ranzety
anxiety anxietyB tT tTB < V VB
B F Thomas made a business ume trip tripto tripto tijjto
to Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayE
E J K Stewart of th tWtShmne tl ShnmoM nunoos Hard Hardware Hardof Hardwaes ¬
ware company of St Louis is in the eelty th thcity thecity
city While in Baker City a week ago agoMr agiMr
Mr 1 Stewart had the unpleasant ex experience exI oxperlence ¬
perience rlence of being held up and relieved relievedot I Ied
ot 70 70Professor
71Proff
Professor Proff > 81Or Rohrford of Chicago Chica has hasbeen baabeen hatbeen S
been appointed to the history b letory depart de8rtment departmeat
meat In the High school to succeed Dr DrHard DrHarding
Harding Hard ng resigned resignedMiss resignedtla resIgnedMiss
Miss Laura A Cotton has hA been visIt visttjilg visItnig I tt ttIg
jilg Ig in Ogden O en with her cousins J G GReid I
Reid and brothers Miss i8ll Cotton Cottons is a Itoung i iung
young ° ung lady of considerable con ld rable musical musicaltalent musicaltalent mueicatalent
talent and is en route east eastFred eat1red eastFred
Fred Harrot of Five Points and Vi Vivian VIvian VIvisa ¬
vian Stanley Stan y of Ogden O < den were W married in inSalt Ii z zSalt
Salt Lake last Monday Monda Both are well welland wpHand I Iand I
and favorably tavor bl known In the city cityA I
A D 1 Bell of San Francisco Is in Og ¬
den visiting i IUng his parents parentsJH P pareRtgoriner rellt relltFormtr
JH Formtr oriner > rmer Senator Cannon Canl1 is in San SanFrancisco SanJlrancllo I IFrancisco
Francisco en business built connected with withthe withthe Et Etthe
the new dally paper which is to be bestarted Matvtfd b e estarted
started in this city with Mr Cannon Cannonas Cannoneditor i ias
as editor editorA editorsmall
A small blaze at atSmitb8 Smiths mattress mattressfactory maUr maUrtactory I Ifactory
factory caused tIHd considerable ONIdera < excitement excltemtlast excitemeslast excitementlast
last night The fire department tteparbaentmade tteparbaentmadetht made madethe a ath
the th run The damage da done was very ver r rslight
alight
Knights of the Kaccabeas KaccabeasAH
AH members of Silver tent Jfo fo 1 are arerequested arerequested ar arrequested
requested to be present at I G 0 O ohall Tf Yhail
hall at 1 p m Oct 4 IMS to attend the fl flfunfral tb a afuneral
funeral of our late brother Samuel SamuelRosenbluth SamuelRosenbluth SanmeRosenbiuth
Rosenbluth RosenbluthI
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I 1 D HARRIS Commander CommanderR
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Two carloads that must go quickly qUicklPri F
Prices Pri S dilL in two Highgrade pat pattern patCErnll patems ¬
tern ems at 5 < lOc lie 2c 0v 2e worth worthdoable wort ii iidoohie
doable < Immense assortments n rtnKn in alt aUth the thegrade therttde e egrkdes
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The dry d cityomnt1l council QOUn nh ha bsaccepted accepted the bW bWf bidt 14 14et
et o f the Progress company to furnish furnishpooreraiffl turnl furnishwetalIgbt h hIJsht
pooreraiffl p wetalIgbt slight for W 1 cents cemsper per am ampere arntere amore ¬
pere p ore in consequence con equ > nce of which a good good1Jtapply coodppl goodippiy
Jtapply ippiy ppl of light will come to every street streetin streetIn streetki
in our town townAt townAt townAt
At a Republican mass meeting held heldrecently heldeDtly heldeceauy
r recently eDtly a Committee lttee was 8 appointed for forthe forthe t ttbe
the purpose e of calling caJJl a a primary pre preparatory preJMlratory preparatory ¬
paratory to the coming cOIDII1 city election electionA
A call is issued for the 19th of October Octoberfor Oct01lertor Octoberot
for t ot a mass a meeting in order to place a aCitizens aCitJzene aCitizens
Citizens ticket in the field fieldMrs neldXra fieldMrs
Mrs Thomas Cornwall died last lastThursday JastTbtlrMay lastThursday
Thursday at her home In Georgetown GeorgetownTyphoid GrgetowTypbeld GeorgetownTyphoid
Typhoid fever was 8 tbe cause of death deathMrs deathMrs deathMrs
Mrs Cornwall was a member of the theLadleV theIadfta theLadIes
LadIes Circle of Woodcraft The tune funeral tuneral tuneat ¬
ral r at will take place Sunday SundayA
A company called the Iron Dramatic Dramaticcompany Dramaticcompany Dramaticcompany
company has been organised here The Theincorporators Thehicorvoraton Thehicorporators
incorporators are C E Nicholas Nlcbol presi president preelent ¬ I Ident
dent d ent and director A W Wadstrom di director 41rector dlector ¬
dr
rector r H A A Baron director F W WOrem WOrem V i
Orem director C F Durand seere secretary seeretary seereacy ¬
tary l acy Edward E J Wtd A Parkinson vice Ice presi president premdent preeldent ¬
dent Mary M Andrews The property propertyis I
is I s located in Idaho the general office officeis omeeat
is i s at Murray MurrayThe MurrayThe I
The little daughter of Thorwal John Johnson Johnon ¬
son s on has h had her hip dislocated dislocatedMrs dllIIocated1L dislocatedMrs
Mrs 1L Lars Nielson of Sandy is quite quitesick quitesick
sick u uAlba LAlba
sickAlba Alba Graham the son of Margaret MargaretGraham MargaretGraham MargaretGraham I
Graham is down with typhoid fever feverThe feverrite feverrbe
The Woodmen of C the World held ti a asocial 8social aocial
social s connected with a dance which whichwas whJchwu whichwas
was very much enjoyed by all those thosewho thOlewho thosewho
who participated participatedAn
An effort is l being made to organize a aclub aelub aclub
club for the purpose of promoting a ahigh anigh
high moral standard It is aimed to toconduct toconductthe
conduct conductthe the club on lines IIn with the theYoung theYoung
Young Youn < Mens phristian hrl8tian associations associationsWilliam aMOdatioftSWIl1Iam assodatloasWllliam I
William Wright the themal mail carrier err r nas nasweek Basbeen
been uua unable le to be oa duty for the Jut 1
week on account aee t of constant co 8tant nose nosebleeding nosebleedlg
bleeding A t subStitute tute carrierhad carrier had to totake totake toake
take t his place placeA placeA
A surprise f party was given Iff Ten to Mrs MrsOrmie MrsOrmle MrsOrmie
Ormie OrmieOscar OrmleOMCr OrmieOscar
Oscar Rhodes U recovering from sick sickness slckne ¬
ness nessKarl Karl S Anderson Ander of Bergertown Bergert wn was wastaken usaken wastaken
taken t ijl mThe
1 The baby baby of ofAndrew Andrew Jdr Anderson O Is TO TOJ 1t1J fllJ
J A Christensen the photographer photographeris
is i s feeling indisposed indisposedGospel indisposedGospel ed eduGo
uGo Gospel pel Railroading is the subject subjectof
of a lecture to to b be delivered Sunday by byIlev byHev b bItor
Ilev H W r Pratt at the th Baptist t church churchThe churchThe
The colored people enjoyed a well wellattended weUattended wellattended
attended dance at Bodens hall hallFrank banFrank baflFrank
Frank Atweod Atw twWa1M1taml1Y od and family have l1aYeturned haveturned re returned ¬
turned from Idaho to their old home at atCrescent atCr atCrescent
Crescent CrescentW Cr scent scentW
W H Bishop has ItaswfthdlRwn withdrawn from fromthe fremthe fromthe
the Leader on account of illhealth He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will go to Idaho IdahoMr Idaho1Ir IdahoMr
Mr and Mrs John Connors CO ConR ra of the theHighland the theHighland theHighland
Highland Boy are e about ready to go goto goto goto
to San Francisco FraDei CaL CaLon on a visit visitMr 1 itMr
Mr and Mrs Garreaa Gn baye nave moved to toi toSalt toSalt
i Salt Lake where they will conduct a aroominghouse aroominghouse
roominghouse business businessThe buslnearhe businessThe
The Socialists ts have ha postponed piD t1t6ded their theirconvention tbeirCOMVfltUon theirceaveittion
convention which will n nwtake new w lake ke place placon pIaeon
on Sunday Oct 4 4A 4fortyf
A fortyfoot ot street will be beopened opened run runI j
I ning from State street to the Short Line Ltn Ltntracktc Linetracks
I tracks The property pro rty owners have con c4ni c consenteti n nsenttd
i sented sentedJames senttdJatnfS sentetiJameg
James Freeze Fr the large property propertyowner propertyoner
owner will 111 open a street tttreettrom from lurmy lur lurstreet Murystreet > lurmystreet
street to At Atwood wood road I
M 1 Thompson on the operator at the theIt I IR
R G W V stattlon has resigned his l lsltion MJI pa pasition
sltion and gone to Tennessee TnneeseeMiss ee eeMi
Miss Mi r Mary Johnson has been visiting visitingwith TIsltingwith visitingwith
with her sister sls r hi I Eureka EurekaThomas EureklThomas EurekThomas <
Thomas Davis 0 vis has sold the Murray Murrayrestaurant Muryrelltaurant Murtayrestaurant
restaurant to a Mr Gibson GibsonJames GUooJames GibsonJames
James Freexe has purchased the old oldBenyon oldBenyOn ld ldBen
Benyon Ben n place on on east Murray trtet trtetXra street streetMrs tIeeLMrs
Mrs Baker of Ogden Ogd ft is visiting vIBItn with withher wtthh withher
her h r parents Mr r and a d Mrs WilliaM At Atwood Atwood Atwood
wood woodDr woodDr woodDr
Dr Bird has established HtabM8Md himself here hreas h re reaM
as 5 a physician physicianRay phyalcianRay physicianBay
Ray Laur was fined ii 5 for vagrancy vagrancyMiss Ya1rIVYMls vagraiwyMiss
Miss Laura S Anderson has gone to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake Laket1Q nty ntyArthur
Arthur Short is here from rom Frisco 7rtlileohelUng Felicevisiting Friscovisiting
visiting visitingRev visitingRev helUngRev
Rev J T C Andrews Andlt1shu has gone to Idaho IdahoThe IdaJtoThe IdsJiOThe
The little boy boyof of William Draper who whorecently whoJffentlr whorecently
recently swallowed lie in coins com complains complaing 1 1plaIns ¬
plains of pains in his stomach and may mayhave J1NtYhave mayhave
have to undergo an operation operationW opt > ratlon ratlonlIr
W H Miner and family have gang to toI toNorth
j North orth Bend Neb where h re a reunion of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
I the Miner family ramn will III take place placeMAtfTI placeILTI
j MAtfTI HEWS HE NOTES NOTESI NOTESTwo NOTESTwo
I Two Citizens Engage in Encounter Encounterand Encounterand Encounterand
and Settle Before a Justice JusticeMantU JusticeMantl JusticeMant
MantU Mant Oct 8 achristlan Christian Jensen of ofEphrHim orEphraim ofliphralm
EphrHim one of the welltodo stock stockraisers stockralMr8 stockraIsers
raisers oC Ephralm and J J Rees of ofthis o othil ofthis
this city engaged eU agtd < In a flstic combat combatlast comtlatct combatlast
last Wednesday evening in wiich hlch Jen Jensen Jenlten Jeneon ¬
eon was IUS badly bruied about the face facecaused racecauHd facetuied
caused mostly from kicks administered administeredby <
by b the enormous brogans worn by the thecoal th thoal thecoal
coal oal miner The men were brought broughtbefore broughtbefore brouhtbefore
before the he city justice and an < 1 the enor enormous enormona r rmous ¬
mous sum of S3 3 was w imposed upon f = 4ch 4chof dchof ch chof
of the wrappers Jensen Jtn en received a anumber JnU a ataunber
number nU ber of ugly cuts cu S about the fa fawhile r rwhile fim fimwhile
while Rees came out of the contest contestalmost coottI contstalmost
I I almost without a scratch Bug juice juicewas juleewas juIeewas
was undoubtedly the cause of the trou troubfcv tr trouIle u
I bfcv bk i iH
bkFt H Ft G C Brown returned from SCait SCaitLake sdatLake SElaltLake
Lake City Tuesday where hehas he has spent spentfour spentfour t tfour
four weeks weeksJ
J j to 1 Farces of this city left tills tillsweek tllieek thistot
week eek tot Tlnffe Tln where he intends intendsworkm Inteadsworldn intendsworking
working in the mines minesA mlftettconjoint minCeA
A A conjoint session of the > T YM M 31Y It ItY v vY >
Y L L Association 1aU of this city ty will VUlbt VUlbtbeJd sculbihold b bheld
held in the assembly nail Sunday even evening ev evenIng n nIns ¬
ing ingThe
The Presbyterian school of this efty cftyvUl eftyvUl
vUl Ul be closed during the coming week weekto welto weelto
to give t the teachers a chance cba e to at attend attcnd ¬
tend the teachers convention to b bheld 1M 1Mheld beheld
held Oct B to 7 The district school schoolteachers cl1o01taehers schooltcachers
teachers will also be In attendance attendanceand aUenfianceand attendancesad
and their schoolsalso will m be closed closedHans clo ect
Hans Westenekew Vsten kew recently returned returnedfrom returnedfrom etuJJledfrom
from Imbler Ore where he has h been beento beenIn i itft
to visit his sons and daughters some someof IOmeof someof
of whom are located there thereDr thereDr thereDr
Dr Gowans of Mt Pleasant was in inthe Inth hithe
the th elty this week to appear as aswltnen i iwitness t twitness
witness hi a case a e which came up in inthe Inthe I Ith
the th district court courtDr courtDr courtDr
Dr WH W H Olsten Ol ten made life pleasant pleasantfor leaant leaantfer
for a number of his gentleman friends friendsThursday friendThur friendsThursday
Thursday Thur da evening ev > nln last Ja t Those present presentwere prewfttwere presefliL
were Ferdinand Erickson Erlk on Dr Ephralm EphralmGowans EphraimGo lIphraIniGowsias L
Gowans Go of Mt Pleasant Judges J E EBooth EBooth i iBooth
Booth of Provo and Jacob Johnson of ofSpring ofSprln 01Sprint
Spring City CityMany CityMaD cityMany
Many MaD of stir sportsmen en were w re enjoy enjoying fnJojJng enjoying ¬
ing themselvee skying ducks dU < k Thurs Thursday Thursday Thornny ¬
day ny The Th day was U an ideal on one as a It Itwas IIwas I
was 8 cloud dou and nd at times > 8 the rain Ht natpourM Htpoured
flIIi
poured down Aur streets and all the thecountry tbtountry thQL i
ountry around reoived a thorough thoroughsoaking thoroughsoaking L i
soaking soakingMrs soakingMrs i iMrs
Mrs C R Pitt of Salt Lake City Citycame Cit CitRrne CItcame
came up to attend the wedding of Dr DrH DrH DrH
H K It Clark and Miss May Reid Hr Hrdaughter Rerdaughter He Hedaughter
daughter and son Jeanette and Dale Daeaccompanied Daleaccompanied I
accompanied her herMrs herMra
Mrs Milton Burns was a delegate delegatefrom delestfro delegstt t
from fro the ManU Literary club to the theFederation theFederation theFederation t
Federation of Womens clubs held in inSalt InSalt hiLake
Salt Lake City CityA iItyA
A meeting meetln of the dairymen of this thiscity thisdty thitcity
city will be held h ld Monday Monda evening ef > nlng next nextJ
J P Madsen Mad en our postmaster po tmalilter is on onthe onthe t tthe
the sick list and nd his assistant s5 etant James JamesP TameP I Ip
P Nelson has h control of the mails mailsPROVO mllsPROVO mailsPROVO
PROVO NEWS NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTES NOTESProo NOTBSProvo
Provo Oct 3 3A A daughter has been beenborn bft > n nborn I Iborn
born to Mr and Mrs Irll A W Rowen all allwell allWEll al I Iwell
well wellAttorney
Attorney Rydalfh H dakh went to Scofleld on onlegal onlelral I IleMah
legal buslaeas bv today todayCharles toda7nrleil todayCharlel
Charles Homer g aner fr who is suffering from froma I rgn rgna
a severe attack of o paralysis at tl te e ehouse i
house of his hi brother rl1Itam William Homerr Hnrhhad loii loiihad <
had a serious r TJaJ relapse l M f > early in the week wftekbut wMkhut weekbitt
but In now 110 f flompwt am Mvhat hotter hotterHon twttrHon hotterHon
Hon J E Ayton ytoo and Mrs Ayton
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Pioneer of Utah tah and Idaho
WILLIAM dONES
William VIJlIaJones Jones whose portrait ap appoars appun
pun poars p ws above abo was born in Denbighshire DenbighshireNorth
North NorthWale Wales May Iay 15 1828 and died at atSamaria atSaina1ia
Samaria S Ida Sept S ISM at the age ageof agef
of o f eightythree years yearsIn YearsIn yearsIn <
In the fifties he removed to the thenorth thenorth
north n orth of England where he remained remaineduntil
until u ntil IMO when he cajne to America AmericacstNMihg AmericaclIOIIfililC
cstNMihg c the ocean on the slip John JohnBright Jobn13rl
Bright 13rl t and settled at Farmlngton
Utah Nine years later he moved with withwho withwho
who whohave have spent the summer in Provo Provovisiting Provovisiting
visiting v their daughter 1aughterMrII Mrs R R B j jThurman jThuTllUUt
Thurman will leave for their home in inMontgomery t
Montgomery county Maryland Mon Monday ¬ i
day d ay Mr and Mrs Ayton express expressthemselves eXpt expresshemselves 81
ta themselves t as highly pleased with Utah Utahandthe UtahUtah Utahnd
andthe a nd the Utah people they t he have met metCounty metCounty metCounty
County Clerk Bachman is in Salt SaltLakj Salt1oJay
Laic tofay tofayi 1oJaylfi toayMr
i Mr A E E Groves has Ita moved his fam famiiy
fly S ly over overfroftJ from Springvllle in order that thatthe thatt
the t e children Id en may attend the t academy academyProvo academyProvo cademJlrovo
Provo lrovo Clubs Clubsi clubsAt ClubsAt
i At the meeting of the Nineteenth NineteenthCentury Ni NIneteenthCentury eteenth eteenthCentury
Century rub Iub Friday Sept 25 three threeteaies IMivwere thels
teaies ivwere ls were skillfully discussed d KtMecIln in paen pa paper ¬
per p given en by Mrs rs Nuan Mrs AlrdMi Alrd A1r4nd Air Air1tdIlU
1tdIlU nd Miss Mi s Kellogg Tile first paper paper9Mfu paperDee paportence
9Mfu tence ace of Italian Revival In En En1I Eng Bng1db < ¬
lish 1I 1 1db h Literature Llte lture covered ered the period of ofItalian ofJt4UfU1 oftailan
Italian influence n 14901660 aC according < to tothe tolh tohe
the t he division dfvt ion of English literature given givenby rhenb givenby I
by b Pancoast t and again he divides this thisperiod thIsperiCH thisperiu4
period into two subdivisions ubdhat First Re Revival Revival ¬
vival of r Learning second nd The Puritan Puritanin
in i n Literature Literaturer
r MVs frs s AIm treated tr atlM1 feer ier subject Lit Literary LItevy ¬
erary Lights in 4 a broad b ad original originalmanner originalmnnsr iual
manner claiming individuals ht41 Ivld s should fhouldchoose f shouldcheese oud oudc
choose c their thelrown own literary stars as lights lightsto
to t o show the way y toward to rd the truest and andthe sudthbest nd
the thbest beet irrespective I re tcc ve of accepted crit critIchjms criteIm
Ichjms eIm eImAmong
Among moug those t attending attel1 tng the federa fecIertlorf eden edentiod
tton at Salt Lali La I4akg are itss 1es U Isely Mrs KrsCorfman Mrscortmau rs rsortma
Corfman ortma Mrs Schwab Scn MrsNunn MeL iTunn and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Searle SearleBPHBAIM SearleEHBATh
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BPHBAIM NEWS mwis NOTES NOTESEphraim NOTESEJlwalm NOTESEIhelfli
Ephraim Oct 3 3QuKe Qutie a number of ofour ofour
our citizens elUzt > M fire visittaj vlstttagtSalt Salt Lake City Cityfw Cityfur Cityfur
fur conference and te state fair AM AMour AllOIIr AUoar
our farmers Carr ert feel t 1 prosperous pr us this tbltiyear tbltiyearad year yearand yearand
and ad it Is expected tajjit 1ht a larger num number number florabet ¬
ber than ever ev > r will 111 be in attendance attendanceEdwin attndancIn attendaneeJdwIn
Edwin In Jobansen of this city lty shipped shippedfour shippedrOUt shippedfour i
four cars of sheep to the Chicago 1tI ago mar market marktk markit ¬ I
kit Friday Mr Johansen and J A AAndersen AAndenen AAndersen
Andersen left in change ch jt of f them themThe tliemThe themThe
The sheepmen of this city are prep preparing peeperinK r rlit ¬
lit < to take their sh sheep ep to the winter winterrange whiterrige inter interr
range r e Some of them will 11I winter their theirherds theiberd theirherds
herds on the east desert near the Cow Colorado Colerido ¬
rado 0 river and nd the others oth ra will go upon upontbe uponthe uponthe
the west desert their old stamping stampingground stampingground tampingground
ground groundBpbrabn groundKphrabn groundpbraLm
Bpbrabn Petersen Joseph Quinn and andCtortstian aoornfllJltfan andChristian
Christian Wlllardsen 9f f this city elt have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been appointed as appraisers of the eg egtate eJate d dtale
tate of Peter Thompsen deceased deceasedHubert deceaeedHbert deceasedHubert
Hubert Christiansen of this city has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been engaged as a teacher in the pub public public pubHe ¬
lic schools at Cove Sevier county He Hewill He1l11ee Hewill
will 1l11ee leave for that pace tomorrow tomorrowMr
Mr and Mi Mm b8 D W Thompeen left leftFriday IdtFriday leftFriday
Friday for Clrcleville Utah Mr MrTbompsen MrTbomp MrThompson
Thompson n has been engaged enfa eI by the theschool theh theeho
school eho h l trustees of that place pla e as prin princtpal principal principal
cipal of the public schools schoolsA
A conjoint session se lon of tti the Toung Mens Mensand Men Menand Menand
and Young Ladies Mutual Improve Imnroveinent ImplOvelDent Improvemont
mont associations will be held in tho thotabernacle thotabernacle thetabernacle
tabernacle Sunday evening Oct o t 4 4goocJ A Agood l lgood
good programnte prO < has been arranged arrangedforthe arU arUfor arrangedforthe
forthe for the occasion occasionOle occaMnOlf occasionOle
Ole Larsen en superintendent fJuperlnten t of the Log LogCabin LogCftbln LogCabin
Cabin mine at Marysvale Acoompa Acoompanletf ccompa ccompanl ceompanIed
nletf nl by b Mrs Larsen left this week tor torCalifornia TorCUCornla TarCaijiornia
California The trip is untieroUcen for forthe forthe forthe
the benefit of C Mrs Irs Larsen who is In Invery Inv Invery
very v ry poor health healthMrs heaJthIra healthMrS
Mrs Ira C W Erickseii of Richfield RichJleldvlsiltlnc to isiatIng
j vlaUIng relatives and friends In this thiscity thllicJty thisct1
city ct1aturday Saturday Fred Thompson of this city citymade cityuNtde citymdean
made mdean an alignment of a herd of sheep sheepto
to cover a mortgage mortgA e held by the ManU ManttSavings ManUlvl MdnttSuvingI
Savings lvl ga bank amounting to some 80m UMO lJIOMrs LIIOMrs UMOMrs
Mrs Minnie MinnfeJenktns Jenkins of rnis mI city was waagranted wugranted wasgranted
granted a divorce from from her husband husbandJohn husbanelJonn husbandJohn
John A Jenkins of Salt Lake City by byJudge byruUge byJulige
Judge Johnson JohnsonMiss JobnllODMist JohnsonMiss
Miss LtJIle Greaves Greavesot of this th city tty la vie visiting vtaiUnl vieiting ¬
iting relatives and friends jn In this tit city cityA dtA city4l
A baby Q b boy arrived rivecl at the home of ofMr oCh ofMr
Mr h and Mrs Soren J T Jensen Jensenr
r H P Larsen en has sold his Pigeon Hol Hollow Hollow Eellow ¬
low farm consisting of 3M acres and andhie anclhit andhis
hit interest l tenltit of otnlnety ninety shares > of stock in inU taUJ Intlje
U UJ tlje Horse Ho HorseShoe Shoe Canal company Charles CharlesJohansenof ChiiA1eJohansea I
Johansenof Of this city eft Is the purchaser purchaserOn p ebaaer ebaaerOn
On Tuesday next a thirst t parlor parlortier un under Iftder ¬
der the management mana ement of J W Tye and andClarence dClarence andClarence
Clarence Thompson will be opened up upIn upIn upIn
In this city They The will occupy the thefront thefront i
front room of the Palace Salven build building buildins ¬ I Itn
tn ins while J A Andersen Jr will oc occupy cteeUDY gceupy ¬
cupy the rear room with his pool tables tablesOtto tableSOtto tabeiOtto
Otto Nielsen J T F McCafCerty Thom Thomas ¬
as Fanten and Christian Lund are m mthft In Inthe hithe
the Round Valley mountains this week weekon weekon eek eekon
on a deer hunting expedition expeditionWillard ei exdltIon exdltIonWillard edlttonVillard
Willard Pohrsen Pohr en came home from Salt SaltL SaJtL SaltLitJta
L L ke City yesterday yesterdayMiss yesterdayMiser e terday terdayMll18
Miss Rhoda Larsen spent s nl the fore forepart CoreJILrt forepart
part of the week visiting in ManU MantlTbe ManUTJte MantiThe
The M < O C F club met at the home homeof 1ao1lMof homeof
of Suites 1 Louise Lou e Jensen en Tuesday even evenIns eyening eventug
Ins InsMis
WIN Cemonla Raemussen is home homefrom homehorn e efroJn
from gait alt Lkfce for a visit with eels relatives reItlvee eelsthee ¬
thee and friends friendsMrs frfydtn frfendsMrs
Mrs Minnie Jenkins Jen1 nlll and Miss Jen Jeniti Jeniile Jennie
iti iile Armstrong have been engaged by byMrs byM byMrs
Mrs M JeecX r Jorgensen Jorg Jlll8n as trimmers at ather ater ather
her millinery parlors for the season seasonThe BeasonTbe seasonThe
The Opera house hou e orchestra furnished furnishedmusic furnisheduau furnishednul
music nul c or a dancing dand gparty party at Moroni Moronilast MoronIlast Moronilast
last evening eveningA e nbt < I IA
A mass m nesting of the citizens of ofJSphraim ofEphraim ofEphratm
JSphraim will b be held in the city hall hallnxt hallnnt hailfllxt
nxt Monday evening < The meeting is iscsjled IsedlK isclsd
csjled Hsr 1 thepurpose t the JUIJO of considering consideringthe con lderlng lderlngtbe
the bdng xlngoC of the cltys ditch on the top topof topof topof
of tile tl east st mountains mountainsThe mountatnllrl1e mountainsrho
The Biphraim public schools bool vAll close closensxt closenflxt closenext
next Wiiek In order that the teachers teachersmay teacbersm teachersmay
may m attend the State Teachers asso association nsoelation ¬
elation meetings held in Salt Lake City I
While away ayo the th teachers t acber will visit the i
Salt SaltLakeschoola SaltLakeschoolaittlub Ii Lake takehool schools schoolsAlHub I
AlHub A OIub which was lately organized in inthjs Intl1 intlija
thjs tl1 city apd calling itself t8 < lf the J 1 M D DC DC DC
C gave Its Initial ball at the opera operahQtu2Jltiin OPfTRho operabousehjrsay
hQtu2Jltiin ho > MIORY OBy evening pv nlng It wax a arwrnplltfRlnttiry a8nl acoVnpIitefltary
rwrnplltfRlnttiry 8nl < lll1Jflntry affair It xffairan4 rYalr and II large crowd crowdwas rro rrou4was d dwas
was present The oi opera > era house orchestra orchestrc
c i
b his itt family to Idaho where he e has since sinceresided aIaceresided sinceesided
resided r He served llervee In the Sanpete Sanpetecampaign Sanpetecampaign Sanpeteampaign
campaign c in the Blade Hawk war waragainst warapIn wargainst
against a t the th Indians under Daniel H
Wells and Captain ptain Burt BurtHe BurtHe BurtHe
He leaves a wife ife two sons Ons two twoauohters
c1au d daughters hten twentyeight grandchil grandchildren IrrndchUdren grandchilccii ¬
dren d ccii and eleven greatgrandchildren greatgrandchildrenAt BItItLtgr adchllclren adchllclrenAt
A At t Elder Ider Jones funeral a a large number numberof
o of f his acquaintances of many years yearsturned yeailltuaned yearsurned
turned t out to pay respect to his mem memory memory momry ¬
ory oryfurnished oryCurn18bed o ry ryurnished
furnished f the music for the occasion It Itis It1a Its
is i s the intention of toe club to give a aseries aaeries aeries
series s of dancing parties this winter winterhaving winterhaving Winteraving
having h aving one each week weekJames weeJJames wooLJames
James Frost Frp t Jr Mrs J C Crs Frost STostMrs FrostMrs
Mrs rs John Greaves and Mrs rs C W WEricksen wEricltSn WErIckson
Ericksen were In itanti anye an business businessyesterday businessesterday
yesterday yesterdayThe ye y esterdayThe terda terdaTbe
The Snow academy aca enty closed yesterday freterdayor
for f or the regularconference regular conference vacation It Itwill Itwill ItWill
will reopen again a an < Tuesday r y morning morningEUREKA mornlllCEUREKA morningEURBiCA
EUREKA EUREKA SOClAli sociri NOTES MOTESEureka NOTESEureka NOTESnreka
Eureka nreka Oct aGus Gus Franke is In Salt SaltLake SaJteJ SaltLake
Lake LakeS
S eJ J Schneiter Schn It returned retu Wednesday wednesdayrornhis
fromhis t ranch in P Provo > rovo canyon canyonMum canyonMls8 canyonMiss
Mum Iva Thomas is in Salt Lake LakeMr LakeMr LakeMr
Mr and Mrs r James Crooks are in inAmerican inAmerican inAmerican
American Fork ForkJackson ForkJackson ForkJackson
Jackson McCnrystal M brn to in the Capital CapitalClty CapitalCity
City CltThe
The High School S hool Literary society has hasbeen hasbeen
been organhied with ithUae itk th the following offi officers oftlcen Gmcore ¬
core President Geor Goore r Love vice v pros president prosdent retI retIident ¬
ident I La V La LarJloma Thomas secretary Jo Josie JoBIe Josic
sic Kelly trustee Dan Ffelds ser sergeantatarms erIeantatarm sergrantatarms
geantatarms Edith B Billings The Thesociety TheIIO Thesociety
society IIO lety will hold its meeting on Friday Fridayevenings Fridayevenings Fridayevenings
evenings twice each eacbm month m nh commenc commencing coinmenag O ImenIng ¬
ing l ag Oct 9 9W 9W 9w
W C Welch Velchhastaken has taken it position as asassistant aastant I Iassistant
assistant depot agent t at the Rio RioGrande RIoGrande I IGrand
Grande GrandeMrs GrandeMns GrandMrs
Mrs J W Forgeus and daughter daughterGene daughtene daughterGene
Gene ne of Santa Crus Cal are the theguests thepests theguests
guests of Mr and M Mm John J Harper HarperMrs HarperMrs
Mrs C F Spilman le visiting vi lt1n her hermother bermother hotmother
mother Mrs H W to Morse in Salt Lake LakeJohn LckeJohn LakeJohn
John and Cyris yrls Christiansen Cbri tlan8eJ1 of Sa Savannah SaTannah Snvannah ¬
vannah Mo were the guests this week weekof weekoC wee weeof
of their brother Fend Christiansen ChristiansenW Chri tJanaenW
W W Tttorrfpcon Dr and nd Mrs C C
Co Countryman ntryman Tame Ja 1ef stack and James JamesGately JamesGattly JamesGately
Gately spent the last of the week w k in I
Salt Lake attending the state fair fairSuperintendent fair3uperintendent
Superintendent Jardine of the Mar tar ¬
f
tha Washington went in to Salt Lake Lakeyesterday LakeestErdll
yesterday estErdll to make the acquaintance acquainttnceof
of a daughter da bter which was born on Tues Tueday Tuceday
day dayJMis dayi dayMiss
Miss i Finima Henriod is visiting i iting rcU daUs
ttves in Nephi NephiJere XephiJeff NephiJeri
Jeff Drisix DrislOli > ll went nt in to the Capital upltalI upitalCity
City Cit to attend the opening of the state S1atefail
fair a i r
failThe rThe
I The Ladies Ladi > Aid society will give 1Ye a achickken achickkll achickkcu
chickken dinner at the Methodist Methodistchurch 1ethodistchurch Methodistchurch
church on the venlng of 0 Oct 18 18and 14Harry 15Harry
Harry Joseph ranllt 01 the Cariu Cariuand Carisaand
and the La Rcine Mining companies companiescame lompanie6came companiescame
came out last night from Salt Lake LakeMi8 LakeMiss
Miss Gussie Hiekman has been very veryiD veryill
ill all week with typhoid fever but is isslowly isslowly
slowly improving improvingMrs improvingMrs
Mrs Fred Matthews is still very sick sickwith sickwith ick ickith
with ith typhoid fever t ver but is pronounced pronouncedsome pronou pronousome
some better betterThe betterThe betterThe
The youngest child of Mr and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames tll tllJamee
James Crooks has been very ill all allweek allweek allweek
week at American Fork ForkPOITHTH ForkPOU1TB
POITHTH JDISTBICT COTJBT COUBTProvo OOUBTProvo
Provo Oct 3 3The The following orders ordershave ordenha ordershave
have ha ve been made in tbe Fourth District Districtcourt Districtcourt Districtcourt
court courtEstate courtEslate
courtEstate
Estate of Reese Loyd deceased pe petition peUUon petition ¬
tition of Jane Loyd Ainsworth for tam family tamUy tarnilT ¬
ily allowance a oance set for Oct 17 17M nM 17N
M E Price et al aJvs vs Mount Nebo NeboLand NeboLand NeboLand
Land and Irrigation company ompan good goodcause goodcause I
cause being shown ordered order that the thehearing thehearl thebearing
hearing hearl lr of the Goshen cases C1L ett be poat poatponed poatpened postpasted
pasted from Oct 5 to Nov 23 23David 23David 23David
David Malin vs J C Nielsen eD motion motionto
to dismiss dhm N appeal denied deniedEstate deniedE deniedEstate
Estate E tate of Andrew Larsen deceased deceasedpetition deceaJledlletltloa deceasedpetition
petition for order to allow final accoun accounof accowtof
of special administrator granted crantecIaJ crantecIaJlowed grantedal1o al allowed ¬
lowed 1o 155 55 for services and a d M 6 expenses expensesPetition expelUMPetltJen expensesPeUtlon
Petition to sell personal property at atpublic atPaW1c atPubttc
public auction granted grantedEstate antedBIState grantedEstate
Estate of William Green deceased decea8edpetition deceasedpetitten deceasedpetition
petition for order allowing final ac account aecount ¬
count and decree of distribution distributiongranted diatrilMlUocranled distribationgranted IleI
granted grantedEstate cranledEa grantedEstate
Estate Ea tate of William W Royal de deceased deceaeed 4 4ceseed
ceased petition of Seth LoagaboMgh for forletters forettelllof feelettereof
letters ettelllof of administrator toI granted bond bond36M 1 bondCharles
36M 110Charles 36MCharles
Charles Owen Fairchild of Jfayson Jfaysonwas PajaonWas Ia1aonwas
was granted a divorce from Fannie C CFairchild CFallChll4 CFairchild
Fairchild on tbegrounds the grounds ofdesertion ofdesertionThe ot o desertion Gesertloafte desertionThe
The parties part Intermarried at Provo ProvoFeb PrevoFeb ProsoFeb
Feb 22 zz 1 l8 1853 and in 390 1 the defendant defendantleft
left the plaintiff and n is now believed to tobe tobe tobe
be in Stlvertbn Colo Plaintiff was wasawarded wasawarded wasawrdM
awarded awrdM the i custody of a minor child cblldNT childMT
1 MT PiLBASAlTT P SA1fr WZWS JCOTBS JCOTBSMe
Me Pleasant PI asant Oct a SThis Tbls part of tl Ute Utecountry thecountry e ecountry
country has received Ived one of the most mostthorough moSttboroup mostthorough
thorough makings during the past week weekthat k kthat
that it has had at this season for years yearspast yearspast I Ipa
past pa t Every day thisweek this week it has rained rainedfor
for hours steadily and heavily Last Lastnight Lutnl Lastnight I
night nl < ht the rain poured down all night nightlong nlsbtlong
long Owing < the week there has been beenover beenover beenover
over an inch and a halt of rain accord according aeeordag according ¬
ing ag to the measurement of f the local localweather Icxalweatber localweather
weather observer observerThe ohrverThe observerThe
The fail has done good to an almost 111 111IInfllUlDa1N9
inestimable extent to sheep and d other othermdoniries otheriudubtriea
IInfllUlDa1N9 mdoniries of this th section but it baa w also I
done gea = some damage where late crops of
hay and r grain had not o ohaY been harvested A
heavy mantle ntJe of snow covers the high highmountains bhJIlOWltahlll highmountains
mountains east of > f the valley valle This will
interfere with coal hauling from the lo local lO lOcal 10cal ¬
cal mines mln to an appreciable extent Near Nearly Nearly ¬
ly all the coal used during the winter in intbts Inthis
this part of tbe valley valle is hauled from
the mines In tb the east st mountains In the thetall thetall
tall when the storms do not come on onearly onf8rly onearly
early enough to prevent After snow snOw be begerous begins
arl gins to fan there tt Is dlrft dIfftcu1 and dan danPCOOUIl dangetous
gerous to to t make the > trip downthe downthetain down the > moon mountain moonisis
tain side to the valley With a heavy load toadof loadof loadof
of coal coalOne tOlOne coalOne
One accident at least has occurred on
the coal road r since st tbe present storm be began bepn began ¬
gan A team from from the western side of
the valley was comma < down the Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
wood can canyon on above Fairview early In th thweek the theweek theweek
week and owing to the slippery condi ¬
don of th t road th the entire outfit went wentover wento wentovr
over o the grade at a bud plaoe kiUin kWlnc
both horses and demoltohinir the wagon wa
The driver ctri r fortunately Jumped from the
load before it left the road roadS and was un
In m1ured inhiredYlaou Hired HiredVigorous
m1uredornpJatm
Vigorous Ylaou omplamc Js s heard on every
hand of the extremely txtrmel heavy taxes re required Jfqulred required ¬
quired of residents in this city tht th this year y r
The tax not noticee were received yesterday
1 from the county QU1t treasurer and show the th thamount I I
j amount required within the city limits limitsore i
to be alnaeet twl twice as hIgh u ever bfo
fore ore TJiedty Ta Tbe city tax alone Is three t times timesas tftnesas
as high a an any tax ever fovf ver > r imposed here ¬
tofore being now 15 mills on the dollar dollarwhere dollarI dollarwhere
where It iiaa ha alvys al Yto Vtys been n S mills m HIII before
I This is is due to the waterworks 8terwoTk tax an anamount anamQunt anamount
amount of considerable importance be bfo
f
ing tlUftE < l 110 T V T and ubovi Q that scmod s 4
j j 1 by banding t cr < r this purpose purposeI purposeDM
j I Div D DM s werv n plentiful In the hunting huntingsrruuu IttntlOlQun IilLritueit
srruuu 4 i tf f this valley yesterday t ttrda y not unith i itbere nottluorc
th tluorc > rc were buwtPr unt pnnagh < n < ugh to sk Ilau iLught < URhtr URhtrliurii htir htirI r rill
I liurii ii iI Kf u it t er ii > o c I > i rns > zn z > of f Kunners Kunnersi
i wrv 1 out > ut ami tluv lh t ser < ai fortunatu fortun te in inj iiittkng
j j srttlng ttkng good J hh1 shooting llOtln I t ntyone ntvoneti is j jII
I i tho II > highest rerttrd made m 1 > I iy y one man manfor manI manfor
I for the > day dayMrs
I I I Mrs Rudolph R IPh Strom hi h > t > > ne n to Salt SaltLake SatLake
Lake where she h he will j jOlil i her er husbund husbundanj husbundan husbondand
and an 8 stead > end the winter winterThe wtntErTbe winterThe
The Scandinavian choir lh ir r p < Spring Spr SpringttIHipL1 njt 0t 0tiittoiiit t
iittoiiit 01 t ttIHipL1 tlIH i > d a I meeting meetln < ield 1I ill ibis t hiS city dt its itsill l l1nda
Sunday 1nda ill 1 hody hod > r nderinir rr1rit some so sotim Sdec Sdections selectiTi
tions tim in 1 X i nt it styh sty The Th visit wa wavery W5 W5very
j j I very r > miuh tllated pe vc1ated < luted as a i tbllle1ty this city has hasno hasno
no orBanizat mi of the kind kindi k kindNiels 1 i
j i Niels Ih Hall HanCtn t n has been n upfrom lip fro from fihttDri Oaion
i ron on for a fe fw days He tormeriy r rmilrtnil rmilrtnilhero sidei sideihero
hero heroJames hereJames heroJames
James X iidcrron of Sharon Utah tTtahcounty Utalaf Utahcounty
county f 1 is down on a visit to toMrt oHFthae oHFthaeMrs
friends friendsMrs i
Mrs J J Thomas and Miss Ztna zaarute zaarutem Josts Jostsin
in < of Salt Lake spent tnf tnfn pan of the tb week weekri
ri I this city the guearta of Dr ana s Mrs MrssleCougan
McGoupnn They went on to toI I II Rieaekt Rieaektwhere
I vherethey where they will ill visit 18tt relative relaUvslol for a few teways fewitava
I Iavs ays
itavaThe
The Tbf Twentieth Twent > th Century catUlJclat catUlJclatI club was en eni estertained
i tertained llrtain yesterday y trdAY afternoon by Mrs J JM JBoydea 3M
M Boydea A 0 programrae Interesttag and andi adinatructh sodifletructir
i instructive was rendered The ctab caaafMeta dabmeets
meets next week wt oh with Ith Mrs Mr Mary Chits Ctarlateen Christen
teen tendames
teenLund 4 dames JB a Lund w I home I IH fro from Ct Ctit
H ti has been absent ab over a year yearuig tn tnD traves travespg
uig on different parts of tbe tbeConf theonferebo eoasl eoaslonfere
Conf onfere onferebo e travel I from this part rt of ofl the thestate thestate
state l aCe baa hatliiaot ha not been up to the sons S al num number DU DUIIer ameher ¬
her tblKxy t tb 7iI ur by Mearly earlv onebaIIheavy onehatt > T Theavy the theheavy
heavy stenw and andcause aCOll aecimpsnytn peltytn cold a and anddisagrecabie ad add
d disagrecabie we weather ber is C Ccauee the pdcIp1 pdcIp1cause
cause far the light travel trav 1 from here bfteDr hereDr nereDr
Dr C K Ray was a Salt Lake Lakeeal vbitar vbitarearly ve veearly
early m the 1 weak wieltMr weakMr
eal Mr and Mrs Ir 1 W Cherry went wftalt to t tTalt to tofaft
Talt alt Lk early ear to the week Mrs Cmevfy Cmevfygoes CIMrrya ChmTygoes
goes as a cl delegate Hra k from tro the local club to tothe tothE tothe
the meeting o fit the Utah branch ot the theFederation tileFederat10n theFederation
Federation of Wonens Clubs which 4s 4sin tsin 4sin
in session in Salt Lake this week weekJohn WHItJohn weekJohn
John N Ericksea wh w who returned last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week from his labors u 1 Europe E1IIO e as a aLatterday alAtterday aLatterday
Latterday Saint missionary was ten tendarea tena tendared
dared a surprise party by a number of ofrtands offrled offriwids
rtands at a t the Assembiy m bali Monday Mondayevening Jleadayeveninc MOiSdaYevening
evening A programme proararu te was rendered and andotber andother andother
other features enjoyed th the affair aJt being
In I the nature of a reception receptionA
A meeting of the Sunday School cIaeOlon cIaeOlonof Schoolof Mfon Mfonof
of the North Sanpete San te stake was held IIe1dJn in inthis tnthis I Itht8
this city last Sunday with memben IDem memb In toattendance Inatteaduc inattendance
attendance from all au parts of Ua tiltEd stake stakefid staked
fid d Zabriskie came in this week frwn frwnBoise Gi GiBoIse
Boise Ida where he has been for fore foretime nee sostttime neetime
time timeMr timeMr timeMr
Mr and Mrs J E GonderAoa oaof of this thiscfty tacity
city celebrated th t the fifth anniversary et ettheir ftheir f ftheir
their wedding Saturday afternoon aftemooJrevenJ and andevening andevening
evening evenJ Besides e being their wedding wedd1 wedd1nlvenary an anniversary sanivereary ¬
niversary the date was the anniversary anniversaryof annftl annftlof
of the birth of f both Mr and Mn GaB Oonderaoa GaBden Gunderson
den a making 1I1akln the celebration a double doubleone cIouIIeOnf doubleone
one Members of their families t were werepresent werep werepresent
present p sent and the occasion was made one oneof oneof oneof
of much merriment and enjoyment enjo DJo t t A Asupper AIlUJIIer Asupper
supper composed of all the th gaod things to tobe
be had in the market and praaatrgd with withskill WIthskUl withskill
skill and taste ta tp was one of a the features featuresof
of the days day s observance observanceCarl observanceCarl 4
Carl Madsen returned to Golden Box
Elder county which place he will mate
hits home for some time > to toVEB1fAL come comeVEB2TAI cemeVERNAL
VERNAL JEWS NOTCH NOTCHVernal f0TJlVernal NOTEVernal
Vernal Sept Se 2s IYernal Vernal camp Black
hawk War Veterans has been orga
In this county with 8 W Ross as cap ¬
tam Quite a number of members hax haxalready 1Iat1S 1Iat1Salreedy g galready
already enrolled There i h hi sad tdto to he hequite 1Mquite bequite
quite a number of the old wairMmi warrlereJn warrlereJnthis in inthis
this county The local camp baa at attached atinched ¬
tached Itself to the Utah county countymen deyan deyanmen dapoitmen
men menAn menA menAn
An A n accia aecruent nt to the machinery that thaterates tbaterate thatcrates
crates the electric l ctric light plant at gttbe gttbeRon > t tson tM 011 011BOn
son Asphaltum companys mine minet t Pert JI
TXichesne has hung up operations until untilthe aUte until1w
the 1w e necessary repairs can bw eopJetst eopJetstwhich eo rnm 111 lg < ad adwhich
which hlc will take takeyeral several days Between Betweentwenty fiheoentwenty n ntwpnty
twenty and tMrty four and andtea ate eliharps eliharpstems hoiyu hoiyuteams
teams tea are now camped at and andthe mxxmd mxxmdtbe uund
the mine mf awaiting loading loadingare a4 re reare moreare
are ccmiiig
There is said to be a deal on In which whicha
a group of copper claims In the Hf Bee
Creek district di trlct am involved owned principally pile piletipahiy ¬
cipally by local al parties Eastern capital eapllatwill capitalwill capitaLwill
will be interested int re ted in tbe deal dealThe dealThe dealThe
The Vernal city convention for th thnomination tIM tIMIKtmlnatlon thenomination
nomination of etty officers offl will take takeplace takeplace
place Saturday The affair will be non 11IOIIpartiaan nonpartisan nonpartisan
partisan The main issue ae In the dty dtycampaign alt altca1lP81p eltycampaign
campaign will lW 1 the action of the thepresent thepreeeat thepresent
present council In passing a salary ordi ordinance cmIJnance ordiannee ¬
nance which provides for a salary laQ for fortbe torJ forthe
the mayor and members of the city coon council cooncii ¬
aoremtnre
cil Heretofore J these Ofo officials c cserv nave naveserved haveserved
served serv without pay pa and there are a anumber anumber anumber
number of voters vot who believe that the thesame t tBamf thesame
same policy should be continued in the thefuture tbetutu thefuture
future tutu Tb The name of Leslie Ahtom A btoll tbe tbepresent tbepre thepresent
present pre mayor to prominently mentioned mentionedas snUonedas Uoaed Uoaedas
as a candidate to succeed himself elt 8 P
Trim is I also a mentioned in this connec connection eonvettion ¬
tion Among the candidates for marshalKred ina1lllla1Fred marshal matabaLPeed
Fred Wood the present prf nt incumbent C A A
McCarrell Leon Pack and B B G l Height Halghtare Ha Haare
are the most prominently promlnt > ntly mentioned
IIM
APOLLO 11 11MASTER
MASTER PIANO PLAYER PLAYERThere
1 1There
There acre re Many Ma y Piano Pla Players PlayersBUT PlayersBUT yers yersONLY
BUT ONLY ONE APOLLO APOLLOWHO
t
I WHO WirLBecuge Because it has advantages no other player pI oYer has too numerous to mention ntio but some eoi of ofthit < rf rfth
th ttHtt i ve TRANSPOaiXG TRA SP08L G KEYBOARD SELF sij REWmraG Independent IndepeiAeticP Act Aetii w of
Ttewwwd T renitlo pCUdEXpreesiol1 a4 Expression Too many points to mention Gome ComeaDd and see We e have three AsBo3 AsBo3r 4ios 4iosr
r tuAmn tur turAiMr ftotn concert work and rent at a reduced price priceifilB pricel1lI
m ifilB l1lI POJlUO i is the th only player indorsed by the late ate Pope Leo X1IL Adeline p Pi and andM
> Jtu M B ojTothers Ql t ei COME AND SEE
t f fr t t
r r
ct C1zyton yton on Music Co CoIrvcorpor Coc CocIncorporated CoIncorported
Irvcorpor Incorporated eLted
4547 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET STREETWORKERS STREETEUL
EUL J r Th 7 0 IIi IIiT U
T J Ti
r WORKERS T UNION UNIONELL
UnionMade UnionMadeII
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A house built upon the sands will not stand standneither
II I I neither a shoe built upon a poor foundation foundationfor I
ELL ELLORTH I i 1 for men and women women are built from the ground P6 n4 up
on honor union made from best materials over
ORTH I true fitting lasts every pair pai true to its name name
S WELL WORTH We are trying to make them
3 50 1 the best 350 shoe in the t world We know they
t 5IiOE I are a the best in n Salt Lake LalteDreaa Drees or Greven even Day
Sorts The Legit a new J4 4 4 Shoe union made made
brother to the Well ell Worth comes in some extra
swell effects in Patent Pat nt or Kid All the good ood things
said about the WELL WORTH and other shoes sboesJ shoesii
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