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THE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDl HERALDFItWAY JFiilDAY < OCTOBER 23 1903
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T Suprwne Supr fite Court Will Heart flea Argu Arguments Arguments Argument ¬
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The Th state supreme iuprei OMKI e oU t yesterday vir virtually Ylrtually ¬
tually denied the motion of Attorney B BJ BJ
J Stewart for a certificate of o probable probablecause probablecause
cause in toe Mortensen murder case e by bydeciding
deciding thst on Thursday Oct 29 It Itwould Itwould
would hear the motion for a new trial trialon trialon
on the alleged newly discovered evidence evidencef
fir < Pr > f asserted misconduct on the part of the thejury thejury
jury The refusal of the court to Issue Issuea
a certificate was a substantiation of the theruling tbejuling
ruling of Judge Charles W Morse in th thcriminal the tbetrlmlnal
criminal division of the district court courtWho courtho
Who ho refused to sign lgn such a document documentDurinc
During the progress of the arguments argumentsin
in the case before the supreme court courtAssociate urt urtolate
Associate olate Justice Bartch gave Attorney Attorneywart
Bwart wart to understand un enJtand that he was tired tiredofthe
ofthe apparent attempts to gain a delay delayBy delayappeaUngo
By appealing on purely technical grounds groundsBut groundsBet round roundat
But in In Ix order to give the defendant a fair fairchnc tallellaDce
chnc for bin bt life > it was decided by the thert
court rt to temporarily suspend the rules
sad permit Attorney Stewart to make his hisargument bl blt
b argument t for a a new trial trtalthe the Issuance of ofthe
the certificate of prnbabl cause being beingutterly beinguUerly
utterly ignored ored in the proceedings proceedlngsnezt next
Thursday lJaVIIdaFW1d Thu ThursdayWeald rsday
Weald Not Postpone Case CaseAttorney CueAttOlM
Attorney Stewart made an ineffectual ineffectualeffort ineffectualeffort
effort to have the court postpone the thenc
hearing nc until the February term of the thesvpreme tbeCOurt
svpreme C court but the Judges Jadn < s would not notttsien notto notto
ttsien to such a proposition They gavetM gave gavethe
the Intimation that they wanted the case
heard at this time or In the Immediate Immediatefuture Immediatef1Iture immediatefuture
future prior to Nov 20 the date set for forexecution foreeu
asseut execution eeu or not at all The plea of At Attorney AttorRey ¬
torney Stewart that the time from now nowuntil nowuaU1 I
until Oct tt would hardly give Iv him am ample ¬ I
pie opportunity unity In which to perfect his hisrecords hieIeeOI6i hisof
records of appeal carried no weight with withthe I
the th Judges JudgesThe
The interests of the state were repre represented represeated ¬ 1
ted by Attorney Attome General Breeden Brecdenwho BreedenWM Breedenwho
who strenuously objected to any further furtherjrs furtherJ furtherplays
J lp jrs for time but the court to be fair fslrin
in I the matter decided to give IP Mortensen Mortensenone InrtensenODS I
one more chance oe for a new trial by let letting lettbw letthug ¬
ting Attorney Stewart argue his motion motionMeet motiont
Meet t Thursday No stay of execution will willr I
r be sued by the supreme court after the thearguments thearguluents I
arguments unless un unls It Is found Impossible Impossibleto
to render a decision In the case prior to tothe toLbs I
the date set t for execution Should that thatevent thatevent I
event arise a stay of execution will 111 be besued
tued Issm sued J otherwise e the date of sentence sentencewin sentencewifi
win be permitted to stand undisturbed undisturbed3COTHKR undisturbedL undisturbedXoLUR
L 3COTHKR ACUSSS HER it SON SONCharges SONDtlceptiOD SONObscgas
Charges Deception in Securing r Deed Deedto
C to toaCityLot a City Lot liOtMrs Lotx
Mrs x Ellen ilen Walsh accuses acc her son sonHenry lIOnHeDI sonBent
Henry Bent Walsh of deception and Imposi Imposition Im ImUon Imposidon ¬
don In I Inducing her to deed to him a aoertaln aeertaID asrtaIn
oertaln piece of Salt Lake City property propertym
Ia m a complaint which she filed yesterday yesterdain ye terday
in the district strict court asking a that the dee deebe deed deedlie deedbe
be declared nuU and void The property ptO
in question is lot 6 I block tt 11 plat C CTM
TM mother states ata that under the prom promtoe promto promIs
toe Is to toprovide provide 4e her a home for the remain remahiof rematnof remaindez
dez of her life and give her a decent decenti deeentIIPOD
buvkl spoil i her death she he consented CO to tothe toa toa
a deed gtvlng vIc the lot In Inqutlon question to toher toIM toh
her h son She 8heys says that she is unable to toread toD4 toreid
read and write and did not know at atthe attJIe atthe
the time just what the deed provided providedfor providedtor providedfor
for but says she was given to understand understandby
by her so 809 that It contained the agree agreement acreethat agreemeet ¬
meet that he was to provide a home for forher forIonc forher
her as long as she lived livedIn livedIn livedIn
In the d de e course urse of time the mother motheralleges motberan motherallegse
alleges that she learned that her son had hadmisrepresented derted lundmlsrspresertcd
misrepresented erted matters to her and she sheasks sheto
asks to have the deed set aside ul e Mrs MrsWsMt nWalllt MrsWaIt
WsMt swears that her son on account of ofv otJaw ofher
v her old age and Infirmities not only took tooka
V Y advantage a of her but sought to deprive depriveother deprivep
p i her other children of their share in the theproperty thepnpefty
1 it property at her death deathSTOJUDCB deathSUlQJ8 deathuuu
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STOJUDCB COUHT BUST 1IUS usr DAY DAYSears DAYX DYD
D Sears X Argument Arcum tIIOR on Appeal in Two TwoOases
Oases Trom Fro icteor Xbaor tor Courts CourtsThe CourwTIlle CosurtaThe
The first case argued a ed In the state su supreme IIUeonlt supress ¬
press court yesterday at the conclusion conclusionof
of q the tb Mortensen case was that of thom Thornas thoma Thomas
as Busby a vs the Century Gold Mining Miningcompany tinInaceslaa Inln InlnY <
company Y an appeal from Judge Samuel SamuelW Samuelw SamuelW
W Stewart twarts division of the district districtPlaintiff dltltrtctcort districieet
cort Plaintiff sued to recover 960B75 960B75for 1 815tor OSil OSilfor
for money alleged to have been loaned de defendant defeDdaDt dcfen6aut ¬
fendant company between bfootwe Oct 1C 11 1 1897 1897and l tTsad Wa
and a Oct 17 IKS 1 In the lower court courtBusby courtBu8bF coon coonBusby
Busby was given judgment for the full fullamount fuU1UDOtIDt fullamount
amount with It Ii Interest InterestThe interestThe t tTbe
The action of the city of Bountiful vs vsD VIID vsDCLeetaL
D DCLeetaL C Lee et al was wasalsoargued also argued In Inth Inthlower the
lower OW court Judge Henry H Rolspp de dethe dedcJed decided
dcJed against nst t tIiip cltr city holding that It II II4ou1d
401114 DOt force the delendants to pay tOt tOrthe tOtthe
the construction etlon of a covered cove flume over overthe overue ovetthe
the south Ia branch neh of West Bountiful Mil Milcreek Millereek MiiiT
T creek on Fourth West street In Bounu ¬
an ful The Tb monetary consideration was wasfOWXB wuFOwn I IPOW
fOWXB POW PLANT SALE GOBS OVBR OVBRfudge OV1lIthdca Ov Ovudg
fudge udg Sonuner SominerCant Cant Find Anyoe AnyoeWlo Anyoea
4 Wlo Will Bid High lgh Enough Enoughterday BnougbJudge t tl
l Judge Morris 8omm Sommer r was unable yes
terday to secure lte un a bid within the limit limitset limilaei I
set by the district court for the tb sale Ie of ofthe oftlte ol r rthe
the Salt It Lake Water A Electrical Powell Poweccompanys Powellplant i icomIiaYa
companys plant In the Jordan narrows narrowsand narrowsand narrowsand
and continued the matter of disposition dispositionof
of the property until this morning mornl mornlt
At t U oclock today from the steps of ofMMT o
the city ty aDd count county building Judge Som Sommir
mir will again n offer the property tor torsale tot r
sale l to the highest bidder Although Althoughthere
there are Hens and mortgages < es against 1n8t the theproperty t thirseety
property aggregating tl1IIf almost KMOM the thecourt tiMcourt
court on Wednesday Wedneeda ordered that no bid
for f less than 1 IS6000 oo be accepted a for the theproperty e epresrty
property The Tb only bid received yester yeterday e ter ¬
day by Judge u4ge Sommer was IMOOO 4000 of ¬
fen feTs far those who are Interested in the theof theof I IC
C redsptIon of the plant After he had hadale hadreleeted ba I Iieeeted
releeted that bid the judge continued the u usale
ale Ie until today todayWant todayWaat todayU
U Want fiCO 500 OO For Dstroy d 7 7The FThe rsasss rsasssThe
The New State Gun club has sued I
Putnam Duncan and W E Cotten for to
r fSW for alleged trespass and ask for an at
Injunction restraining re them front further furtherencroachment furtMrffteIOaclatnent
4 encroachment upon their grounds It to toalleged t talleged
alleged that Duncan and Cotten tore tor S
gt Af ftftnl > vi the fences enclosing the gun crabs p
hunting preserve t reserY to enable them to ti
driv drt a team and wagon n through the theground therount tb e egrounI
ground rount and that they threaten to com commit ecmJmit cornmit ¬
mit the to act every eve time they wish to tottrjve tt S
drive > over that section of country A AstssUar L LsIiAar
stssUar action was wa brought against John a
Wlnegar and William Lucre LucreXttvtrict LucreDUtrtet LucreI
I District Court Ifetes IfetesIn I t tT1t
Ik
In Judge 1 Jue Samuel W Stewarts 8tewart division divisionof a aof
of the district court yesterday W H
XMcksoB was given permission to file an anOUT anOUT ci i iDlii
OUT AGAIN AGAINWhat AGA1N1JJM AGAINWbat
What Powerful J8 Food Can Do Doto Don DoIt
n to evidently a scientific and power powerful powerU ¬
U ful fsod that can take confirmed In InwtMs 18out hiviim
wtMs out of bed and make tbm well wellg wellAfter welAfter
g fci fciAfter
After doctoring doctorln two yean YM for terrl terrible ¬
hIp stomach trouble I concluded oon < luded that thatit
it was incurable says a young woman womanif womaiof
of if Fllmore His I was confined to tomy tomy t tmy
my rooms all the he time and expected to tobo tohp t tho
bo an invalid the rest of my life hav having haylog ¬
log 1 ng given up all hope of ever being well wellngain wellf welrgain
ngain f gain and yet I recovered recov red entirely anl anlnulckly an1flUkkly an anttuickiy
nulckly by eating a few spoonfuls of ofS otrapeNut o f frapeNuts
S rapeNuts food every meal in place placef placeor r rf
or > f the I he improper food that had ruined ruinedmy ruinedn I Imy
n my stomach stomachAn IItOmachAn
a An aunt recommended this food to tome tonw ti tino
me so highly I finally decided that to tob tor ti S Sh
h honest t to myself I should give it a afair afRlr i L
r fair trial and the result has certainly cErtalnlyen V
V been en marvelous At the time I began beganBating beganf I Iatlng
Bating f > 1 Ung GrapeNuts I ivHgrhed 105 105pounds 10 5
It pounds ound but now I weigh K 19 > a gain of offiftyfour offiftYfour o f ffiftyfour
fiftyfour pounds My strength str ngth and andactivity andactivity an anactivity
activity are wonderful and I have havetruly havetruly P Ptruly
truly found the way to get well and an I
keep well wellAs wellAs wellA
As A a strrngth giver for both mind mindnnd mindBnd I Ittnd
nnd body the action of the delicious delicioustain detdou8food a afood
food Grape GrapeNuts UtM 1M Q Quick and cer cer1ain cerlain
lain that jt se tem P > ms like a miracle miracleName miracleame miraclesame
Name ame given Yen by b Puftuzn P twn Co Uattle B BTtek
Creek 1 Ttek ek Mich MichThere I IThere f
There is no miracle miracIeAbout about it itTheres It ItTheorell ItTheres
Theres a reason reasonLook H HJook < I ILook
Look in each package packt for f a copy of ofT o ofamoUC
T I O famous fa mouli little bqfck The Road to ti
ldhWe ldhWec 1 flvWe
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amended d answer to tbth th ills eomyaim sStt of A AH AH
1p H 1 1 Tarbet The latter is suing to gain gainpossession pinposslon gainoes1on
possession p oes1on of a block of Yankee Consol ¬
idated I dated stock stockThe stQckThe stockThe
The Giant GlantPowder Powder company ce qJal y has brought broughtuit hrOnarbtlIuit broughtuit
lIuit s uit in the district court to recover r fL 1 1331L
28311 z With hitertst > t from Jan I 1 1MB 1 from m
zt P B McKeon It is alleged the sum sumthe ia iathe
the t he balance due on a consignment of pow power ¬
der d < er r
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erVISIT
VISIT MINES IN PARK CITY CITYZtaal CITYJrbalAnw CITYii
Ztaal JrbalAnw ii Agrsaigumsnis A2rcBg + 111L Poi Tadagogues TadagoguesTrip PagoguTrip PsagoguesTrip
Trip Saturday Perfected PerfectedThe PeriectedThe
The final arrangements for the princi principals prlnc1psg ¬
pals p als and teachers excursion to Park ParkCity ParkCity Parkcity
City Saturday When they will visit the thebig thebI theig
big b ig mines of that camp were perfected perfectedyesterday perfect d dyeater
yesterday y ay by assigning certain principals principalsto
yt
to t o pilot the teachers of specified schools schoolsthrough I5Cboolsthnugh schoolshrough
through t designated mines Each excur excJr6iOl1bt exciriootst
bioQlttt b will be provided with a badge in indicating inicating
dlcating d to which mine the person is as aseigutd as astilrlltd 95igned
eigutd e The wearing Of the badge wtll wUlInsure wtllInure wtllnsure
Insure I nsure considerate treatment ly y the theI
j I I manager m < of the mine mineThe
j I Tht allotting of teachers and principals principalscertain pr1nctp pr1nctpcerwA
certain c mines was made at the tIaetion sugges Sagg
tion t of o the management man ment of the different differentproperties differentproperties
properties p If a teacher tea < ber w wishes > shes to ehagtrom change chargerom
from t rom the group to which he has been as assigned alitiigned s
signed s he must find someone om ne wJthln the thegroup thegrOUp
group g with whom he may xcoango xcoangobadges XCC1argebaqea iccargadges
badges b and thus not Increase or orhe diminish diminishi
i the t he apportionment nt ntCunveyances
I Conveyances win meet the train at the thePark theark
Park P ark City depot for those who wish to toride
ride r ide at the rate of 50 O cents for the round roundtrip
trip t from the station to the mines The Themines Themines
mines to be visited Saturday by the peda pedagogues pedagog podsogies
gogues gog g e8 are the DalyWest l t Ontario till Silver tillen U Uver ¬
ver y en King and nd d DalyJudge The assign aslglment
ment of teachers and principals princl as de decided decided ¬
cided c upon yesterday e terday follows followsDaly followsDalyWtJ
i Daly DalyWtJ West J H Coombs Coo m In general generalcharge enelllfcharge
charge c Division 1 lSaDUieI Samuel Doxey in incharge ancharge
charge c of Lincoln Lln oln and Fremont schools schoolsDivision schoolDivilon schoolsivision
Division D ivision 2 H B B Folsom In charge chargeWashington chargea
Washington a hlngton school Division Dlv doD 3 J W v A AWetzell AWetzell
Wetzell in charge Riverside Ulntah and andLongfellow andLoeUow andLongfellow
Longfellow schools oo1Jl and Mr and Mrs II D DH DH
H 1 1 Christensen Division 4 JT D Keeler Keelerin
in I ii charge Webster school schoolOntario 8choolOntarioW
Ontario OntarioW W J McCoy In general generalcharge pneralcharge generalharge
charge c Division 1 Oscar VanCott fn fncharge n ncharge
charge c Sumner school Mr and Mrs MrsMoreton MraMoreton
Moreton and an Mrs Mr Tomlinson Division Dlvl DIvisltD
2 D W Parratt in charge Bryant BryantTwelfth BryantTwelfth
Twelfth T welfth and Whittier W hlttlfr schools and Mr MrParratt MrParratt
Parratt and wife Division 3 So W S Wal Wallace Wallace Walace ¬
lace l ace In charge Union Unlonachoot UnlonachootSilver school
Silver King KlngWlIlIam William Bradford in gen general general
eral e ral charge Division L 1 J E McKnlght McKnlghtIn cKJllgbtin
In I n charge Lowell school Division 2 D DA LiA
A Nelson In charge Jackson school scbootDl scbootDlIslon Di Division Dlision ¬
vision v 3 3 E S Hallock In charge Frank Franklin Franklin ¬
lin u n and an Training schools Division 4 4Miss
Miss 188 L M Qualtrough in charge chargeOquirrh chargeOquirrh chargeOquirrit
Oquirrh school hool and Miss W1 Retlly RetllyDalyJudge R1t1l R1t1lDaIYJudgeA ReillyDaIyJudgeA
DalyJudge DaIYJudgeA A S S Martin in incharge general generalharce
c harce DIVIsIon 1 K Spencer In charge charpJraDt
Grant school Division to 1 O Cross In
charge c Wasatch school Miss M Pollock PollockNinth
Ninth and Jordan schools Division 9 9W I IW
W W Barton In charge Hamilton and a andEmerson i iEmerson
Emerson schools DIvision 4 George A 1
Eaten in charge High school and Bow Bowneville BoIaneIUle
neville school schoolMARRIED II hoot hootMARRIED
hoote e
MARRIED IN ELKS CLUB CLUBWalter CLUBWaltor
Waltor dark and Miss Steals of Og Ogd Ogdeli
d deli n Kad One ne by Judge Diehl DiehlThe Di hl hlThe
The library room of the Elks club was wasthe WUthe washe
the t he scene of a quiet wedding about M Moclock 1toclock
oclock yesterday morning Miss Pearl PearlX PearlSteele
X Steele and Walter Clark of Ogden were werethe I
the contracting parties The ceremony I
was performed by Judge Chris Diehl in inthe Inthe inthe
the presence of John Moore business businessmanager bu lnee8 I
manager nrJcr for theJamesWard the e ia JamesWard company
= f fCounty
W H Wilson of Prove and Assistant AssistantCounty
County Attorney Dana T Smith SmithThe
The bride is the daughter of Henry Henry8teele
Steele constable for Ogden The groom grooms
Is I s a son of Joseph Clark manager of the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand opera house Ogden They Came Cameto dameto e eto
to Salt Lake City on an early train yes yesterday ¬
terday morning They went direct to the
Knutsford Knut ford where they awakened Mr
Moore from his hi slumbers and informed
him that he was expected to act flfe best bestman beatman bestman
man at a little quiet affair which was wasto wasto
to occur as soon as possible Mr Moore Mooreand Mooreand
and Mr Clark are warm friends friendsGeorge friendsGeorge
George D Pyper manager of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake theatre was called upon to per perorm j
form f orm the ceremony cermqnytbe the bride bricJeand and groom groompreferring groomprelerrlnA
preferring to have as a many theatrical theatricaleople theatriCalpeople
people people connected with it as possible possibleMuch
Much Cuch to their disappointment the man manager manqer manager ¬
ager informed them that he could not notperform notperform notperform
perform marriage ceremonies A hasty but i
drive 1ve was then made to the Elks club
Mr Clark entered ent red and inquired of Secre ¬
tary A W Raybould It Judge Diehl were
there He was and when asked to per ¬
form the thecereJlJOIIY ceremony asked ked the secretary
if I f there would be any obJ objections
Upon being informed Inform that It was ladies
day the club being open to visitors and andthat andtbat L
that as there yas no rule or regulation regulationagainst
against tn t such adta aa being performed rformecl in toe
building the judge acquiesced He es escorted es escorted escorted ¬
corted the party rty to the third floor where
the ceremony took place
Mr Steele stated yesterday that he heto
knew the object of his daughter visit
to Salt Lake City yesterday morning no nosurprised JIOwas sowas
was not surprised Mr Clark si was I Isurprised
surprised when he learned that he was wa w a
fatherinlaw He said be bad opposed opposedany ODpOsedany
any such termination of friendship be be ¬
tween the two young people but would
try to make the best of It now that they
were married marriedCITY marriedCITY
JlllUriedII
II IICITY
CITY SCHOOL SCHOOLSTATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICSDuring ST A TlSTI CS CSDuring
During First Month of Year 12751 12751Pupils 12751Pupil 12751Pupils
Pupils Were in Attendance AttendanceThere Attendanoeor AttendanceTi
There Ti was an enrollment of 12751 J lit pu pupils Pu ¬
pils in the public schools of Salt Lake
City during the first month of the W lllfJl l
fiscal year ear according to the first t month ¬
ly I report issued l yesterday by D H Chris
tensen city superintendent of schools
The number of o teachers and principals principalsemployed principalemplo5 prlnclpaliefliploy4
employed Is SIS 11 about ten less than last t tyser j I
year The average number of pupil to t I Ieach i ieach
each teacher and principal is fortytwo I
The report which was formulated by r
XIss Myrtle A Reilly secretary shows I i
that during the first month of school IICbOoIj I i
there were 1068 cases of tardiness The Thepercentage Thtpercentage I
percentage < e of f attendance a was KB 5 and of ofpunctuality oCpuuctualfty o C Cpunctuality
punctuality 997 It was found necessary necessar r j
te administer corporal corpo punishment in inseven InYen Ii Iiseven
seven Yen instances The teachers teacbe reported repOrt et1 I Ito
to Superintendent t Christensen en seventy
two cases of truancy During Durtn the month
27tt L7 itI visit visits were made by patrons ot tau tauschools tat
schools 11oo1 against 2t S visits made by teach teachers teaehto ¬
ers to patrons The number of colored coloredpupibi coioredpupl coore i iiUilis
pupibi pupl attending city schools 4s thirty
two i
C 0 0NICHOLS
NICHOLS ISflOf IS fbi THE MAN MANXrs MANXls MANNi4
Xrs Gray Thought He Was the Mur Murderer MurcIerer riturdarer ¬
darer of Her Brother BrotherBelieving BrotherB 3rotherBelieving
Believing B I viDc that Wade Tex Nichols Nicholsserving NicholsservIng
serving enlncUJIIe time in the Utah state peniten penitentiary ¬ I
tiary tor murder uder might be the slayer of o C
her brother and from him she might t
learn 1 U11 the details of the crime Mrs X Gray Gra Graof r rof
of Canton 0 made a trip to Salt Lake Lakiy
City y A thorough InvestiaaUon of the thematter Utematter thi thimatter
matter Inclines to the belief that the man I
that Nichols Icboa killed was not a brother or 0 r rrelatlys I Irelative
relative of Mrs Gray I ISome I
Some time ago Mrs Gray read an ac account cccount I Icount
count of Nichols application for pardon pardonThe pardurTIM I ITb
The Tb few fasts la SasS given Yen relative Ye to the crime crimeof e eor
of which Wbi cia he was u convicted and the date dateof clat clatof iItof >
of sentence being so near the date when i
her brother waa murdered led her to be beneve e j I
hey that possibly Nichols was w her he r
brothers murderer mUrdererM1chola I j
Mtchoto who is the oldest prisoner In Ii t <
the penitentiary In matter of servitude servitudewas
was w Incarcerated Sept 24 KS2 for a pe period ¬ I
nod of twentyfive years for the murder murderof murdeof 1 I
of a man named Lowe A comparison of o I
dates and many Incidents in connection connectionwith conaectlonwith consectiolwith i Ii
with the killing of Lowe make it impoe impoetible ImpbeIlbie
tible ib1 for NfcboV p NIcboW hole victim to have been impbsI a abrother abrother I
brother of Mrs Gray GrayHIGH GrayHIGH GrayHIGH
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HIGH PRICE PLACED ON
LEG LEGXljiate LEGxtjtaM 3 3Lj1a
Xljiate Lj1a Lukiek Wants fSOOOO OOOO From Fromthe Promthe L Lthe
the Southam va Paoifl PsoifiTwenty Ko RM4i RM4iTwnty d dTwenty
Twenty thousand dollars is I the amount amountof t tof
of damages asked by b Mijialo Luklch for fora to toleg
a leg and foot lost last summer in an aniicvident anacddent i
iicvident on ui the Southern Pacific railroad railroadIt iI I
railroadI
It 1 t is asserted rted in th the complaint filed in inAustrian intbe t I
the f federal ral court that Luldeb who Is an ane ana a tii ii
Austrian 17 years a of age and IsO other otherworkmen r rworkmen
workmen were e crowded upon S two t = water watercars r rcars
cars and d moved about that owing o to the thecrowded th C Ccrowded
JI liet1
cr
I3cto I3ctolbrown
crowded condition o of the cars Luklch was wa wathrown
thrown beneath the wheels thus tb losing
his right leg and left foot footIt footIt footIt
It is also al < set forth in the complaint that tha t
th conductor ond Ihtor and engineer of the train i
did not exercise ordinary care and dill diligence dlUnt dillgence ¬
gence = nta and a l for these reasons the t above abovedent a ahoyamount
amount nt of damages Is s sdent asked The e cccl
dent occurred a short distance west ot 0 t
Ogden OK l n on July 14 193 1903FAILED 193rAILED 193TAILED
193f f
FAILED TO XAKE MA1 MTAtn GOOD GOODBoston GOODBoshm GOODBoston
Boston Oct 0 1 22 2The The second class pro ¬
tooted cruiser l JJenver > enver failed to make her hercontract hercontract he I Icontract
contract speed seventeen knots an a bout h ur
in the governments trial Off rt Cape Ann Annand ni 1
today rJE Denver a averaged 1128 knots knotsaad 1 1and
and whilethe while the tidal changes will probably t
be in her favor thy t will not be suffi sufficient suf ft ftbring ¬
cient to bring her up to the reouireH reouireHspeed require8speed requlr requlrj
speed
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IN HIS ESCAPE ESCAPEMiss
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Miss Larson Denies AM Knowl Knowledge Knowledgeof ¬
edgeof edge of Johnson JohnsonARE Johi1sopI Johi1sopARE
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ARE A RE NO LOGGER lO tGER LOVERS LOVERSMiss
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Miss ls8 Hester Larson the former fo formerweetheart er ersweetheart
sweetheart s of E P Johnson Jo n the trusty trustywh trustyiutu
who w iutu took French leave lea of the peni penitentiary penitentiary
t tentiary Wednesday afternoon declares dfIClarestbat
t that the lov loft ah she once had for him h hu hudied s
died d ied out She asnerts ts she had abao abecflutely
lutely l nothing to 40 o with his escape ellCpeLoveill
Lovers once but strangers atrl now was wasthe wuthe
t the t l he expression n sed ed by Miss Larson mat matevening JUtevenlnc
evening e in speaking of the relations relationsbetween relationsbetween
y between b etween herself and the escaped con convlct convict
vlct V ict
11 I have had nothing nOthhi tblftc to do with John Johnon JohnlIOn
t lIOn on tor almost three month IulimUis tb8 declared docJaredwe 4eoJre4Kl8s
Kl8s M iss Larson TMNo No w We did DOt quarrel quarrele
we w e had no trouble of any kind and It ttwas Itnet
was w as not beca because he was in the peni penitentiary penitentiary pententlary ¬
tentiary t i dont know what was the thereason thereaeon theeason
reason r of our reaking reaklqup up In fact factthere fadthere facthere
there t was none It was w one of those thosethings th ththln thosethings
things that Jttfft nappes hatpeIII I added the theyoung UaeOung theoung
Oung y > woman with a smile snJleMr dle dleMrs
Mrs Mr Johnson her mother was Indig Indignant hidigant ¬
nant fl ant to think that her daughter had hadbeen hadbe baden
been b en suspected 111I pecte4 of having aided a a crim criminal crimInal crimad ¬
l inal ad to escape escapeWhy eecapeWh7 escapeWhy
Why should we help him she sheasked sheasked shesked
asked a He tried to entice my daugh dauptel daugher daughter ¬
tel t er away a wa and ruin her and yet people peoplethink peoplehlnk
1 think t we w are assisting Mm M to get away awayt
It I t is i ridiculous ridiculousJohnson rldIculoueJohnson
Johnson HouseClosely H BouseCloe UIM Clo ely ly WatchedThe WatchedThe Watched WatchedThe
The home ho of Miss Larson 1169 Eat EatSouth EaMSovth Eastouth
South S outh Temple street 1 has been under undersurveillance undersurveillance underurveillance
surveillance s since Johnsons JohDao 1S escape escapeWednesday escapeWednesday escapeWednesday
Wednesday night and ail day yesterday yesterdaya yesterdayforce
a force of guards kept watch watehmtanl watehmtanlly constant constantly ¬
ly l y Several Sever times during the day the thehouse thehouse theouse
house h ouse war carefully searched e rcbed in the thehope thehope theope
hope h ope that the prisoner prl80n r might be found foufldiding
hiding h there thereIt tbeIeI
It t Is not believed now that Miss I Lax Laxson JAron
son s on wait connected with the t escape as asshe ashe
she s he has proven to the satisfaction of ofthe oCthe ofhe
st sI the t he prison officials that she is no longer longerinterested longerIntere longernterested
interested Intere I ted in the convict While it is istrue Istrue Isrue
true t rue that she visited the penitentiary penitentiaryon
on o n the day that Johnson Jobn Oft escaped e it itwas i iwu itas
was w as on other business and she did not notsee n notee t tsee
see s ee the prisoner at all allActing allActing
Acting Warden Wright had men out outyesterday outye outesterday
yesterday ye y terday scouring the foothills east eastof eastof eastf
of o f the city in the hope of finding the thefugitive theugitive
fugitive f It was learned from two sol soldiers aoliers
diers d iers yesterday afternoon that a man mananswering manaJUlwerlRK mannswering
answering a Johnsons description de had hadbeen hadbeen badeen
been b een seen late Wednesday afternoon afternooncrossing afternooncro afternoonrossing
crossing cro c the reservation below the poat poattraveling po pottraveUng t ttraveUng
traveling t in an easterly direction directionSeveral directionSeveral dIrectionSeveral
Several Suspect SuspectsS Seen SeenGuards SeenGuards en enGuards
Guards Hilton and Ur Urs were in informed Informed Inormed ¬
formed f by some men employed upon the thestreet theatreet thetreet
street s railway that a man supposed to tobe tobe toie
be t ie the escaped e prisoner had been seen seennear seennear seenear
near n ear Thirteenth But and Second South Southstreets Southtreets Southtreets
treets i He approached app hed the workmen workmenand workmenI
and a nd asked if they had seen any prison prisonguards prisonuarM prisonuards
guards g uarM during the day Upon being beinginformed beingIntormed beingnformed
informed i that they had he retraced retracedhis retracedhis retracedis
his h is footsteps and returned toward the thehills thet
hills h ills This incident occurred late lateWednesday lateWednesday t
Wednesday afternoon afternoonJames atterBOOlJames afternooltJames
James Hilton who 18 employed as a atankman a
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tankman in City Creek Cr k canyon thinks thinkshe thinkshe thinkse I
he h e saw Johnson about J oclock Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day d ay evening in the canyon The man manbelieved manbelieved L
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believed to be Johnson was making his hisway hisw I
way w y north and was seen just above the thelower thelOwer theower t
lower l ower tank house houseThe hou e eThe
The police department and sheriffs sheriffsoffice shedirsoMce sherifftsice 1
office o have been given ven descriptions of ofthe ofthe 01 01he
the t he prisoner prisonerLECTURES prisonerLECTURESTO
0 0LECTURES
LECTURES LECTURESTO TO STUDENTS STUDENTSProfessor STUDENTSProfessor STUDENTSProfessor
Professor C B Newton to Bntertain BntertainThose BntertainTho nterta1nThose
Those e Attending University Today TodayProfessor TodayProteaor TodayProfessor
Professor C BXewton the noted Cal ¬
ifornia ItornlahUJROIl humorist will entertain ent baln < the stu students students student ¬
dents of the state ta university W1IVenlt and the
Latterday Saints university this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 4 oclock with one of his famous
lectures It will be delivered In the Lat Latterday Latter4a Latterday ¬
terday ter4a Saints university untver ity building The Theproceeds lheproceeds lbi lbiproceeds
proceeds will go to the students athletic athleticassociations athletitesociatjona
associations associationsProfsssor i esociatjonaProfessor laUon laUonProf
Profsssor Prof Newton Is spoken ekea of as one oneof 015 015of
of the finest entertainers of his native nativestate nativeIJtat nativietata
state Among the pleasing features of o
his entertainments are rare simplicity simplicityand sbnplicJtyand simpltcItand
and naturalness natUIJ of his humor charming
refined personality remarkably cbarJntDj melodi melodious meladlOWl ¬
OWl 00 Voice and great versatility versatilityWOBET versatility10b
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WOBET OVBE FAILURE PAXLTTEBJoliet FAILUREJoliet PAILUBBJollet
Joliet III Oct 22 2charles Charles R Bacon Baconpresident Bac Bacenpresident > D
president of the Exchange bank which whichceased whlclceased
ceased business In Lockport yesterday
is I reported at the point of death Heart Hearttrouble Hearttrouble
trouble and excitement over the failure failureare taUueare S Sare
are the causes Investigation will be bemade b bmade
made regarding deeds by which President
Bacon transferred real estate to his hi wife
There is 1 nothing definite in talk of crim crlmprosecution crimprosecution
laal prosecution prosecutionTOOK prosecutionTOOK prosecutionrooK
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An advertising advertl IDar agent representing a aprominent arGminet i L Lprominent
prominent New York magaslne mne while whileon whileon I Ion
on a recent western trip was dining diningone dlallllone dininione
one evening in a Pfhaburg restaur restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
ant antWhile
While waiting for his hl order he heglanced hegJaRee4 h e eglanced
glanced over his newspaper new paper and no noticed noticed notlced ¬
ticed the advertisement of a well wellknown wellknown welknown
known dyspepsia preparation Stuarts StuartsDyspepsia StuartsDYBpep StuartDyspepsis
Dyspepsia Tablets TablewI as ho himself was wasa WIUIa Waa
a regular user ftt t the tablets he began beganspeculating beanapeculatlnc begatto
speculating as to how many of the theother theoUler Us UsothEr
other traveling men DIeDIn in the dining room roomwere roomwere noonwere
were also friends of the popular rem remedy remed7 remedy
edy for indigestion tnd tndHe
He says 711 I counted twentythree twentythreemen e
men at the tables and In the hotel office o oI ohiotook
I took the trouble troubJeto to interview them themand themand thenand
and was surprised to learn earn that nine nineof nineof ala alaof
of the twentythree made a practice practkcof practloof
of taking one or two of Stuarts Dys Dyspepsia 7pepela Dyspepela ¬
pepela Tablets after fter each meal mealOne mealOne
One of them told me he had suffered so somuch 80much a 0 0much
much from stomach trouble that at one onetime on onUme e etime
time he had been obliged ed to quit the theroad thelNd Ut e erodd
road but that since using usln Stuarts StuartsDypepsla 5 5Dyapepsia
Dyspepsia Tablets he had been entirely entirelyfree enUreITfree entIrel r rfree
free from indigestion but he continued continuedtheir contluuedtheir continuetheir
their use U e especially while traveling oa oaaccount ORaccount o oaccount
account of irregularity of meals and andbecause andbecau fli flibecause
because e like all traveling men he was wasoften wasoften wa waoften
often obliged to eat what h h could get getIUld ge geand i iand
and not always what he wanted wantedAnother wantedADot wantedAnoth
ADot Another who looked < the picture picturehealth of ofhealth o ohealth < >
health said lei he never ate a meal with without wltbtIt witheeit ¬
out taking < a Stuart Tablet afterward afterwardbecause aftrwanbecause fanbecause
because he coqld eat what he pleased pleasedand pJea pleaseand ecl eclanc
and when whe he pleased without tear of ofa ofa 0 0a
a sleepless night or any other trouble troubleStill troubteStill t
Still another used them because e h hwas hfIJ hfIJwas hwas tC C
was subject to gas an stomach caus causing causIngplHaure causing ¬
ing IngplHaure pressure on heart and lungs short shortness shortnels shortflees ¬
ness of breath and distress la chest chestwhich cheatwblch chestwhich
which he no longer 10 experienced ex erienced since sinceusing sJaeeulling sineusing
using the tablets regularly regularlyAnother resularJyAnother regularlyAnother
Another claimed that Stuarts Dye Dyspepsia Dyepepsia Dyepepala ¬
pepsia Tablets was the only safe rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy he had ever found for sour store stomach stoaa8ch storeach ¬
ach and acidity He had formerly used usedcommon e4common use usecommon
common soda to relieve the trouble but butthe bUtthe be bethe
the tablets were much better and safer saferto saterto safato
to use useAfter UMAfter useAfter
After smoking drinking or other ex excesses excesses cxceases
cesses which awaken the digestive or or orIfBJ orgaas I Itram
tram nothing restores the stomach to tohealthy a ahealthy ahfalthy
healthy wholesome condition so effect effectually eJfeclInIly eftecually ¬
ually as Stuarts Tablets TabletsStuarts Tab1etaStuart TabletsStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Dyape Tablets contain containthe containthe contatthe
the natural digestives pepsin diastase diastasewhich dJutastwhich diastaslwhich
which every weak stomach lacks as aswell aswflll a C Cwell
well as nux hydrastln and yellow par parilia parilia parllla
ilia and can aanbe be safely tely relied on as a aradical aradical aradical
radical cure for every evert form of poor di digestion diautlon dihestion ¬
gestion Sold by b druggists drug 1t every ¬
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DISTRICT ATTORNEY ATTORNEYHAS ATTORNEYHAS ATTORNEYHAS
HAS HIS SUSPICIONS SUSPICIONSPhiladelphia SUSPfCIOItSPJaIladelphla SUSPICIONSPhI1adelpbla
Philadelphia Oct 2 BDeputr Deputy Unit United United U3itd ¬
ed e d States Marshals E 3 Davis and andAlvah aaetAlvab itd itdlvah
Alvah A eA eA lvah Baker of Denver from whom whomAlbert whomAlbert whomlbert
Albert A lbert E Bell B U the mall pouch thl thietnd t taDd
and a nd check forger escaped ped today toda > asked askedpermission ukedrmJelon askedermtpslon
permission p of United States District DistrictAttorney DlstrletAtt DIstrIetttorney
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Attorney Att A > lney Holland to return to their theirhomes theirhomes
homes h omes Their request was reused refnsedThe ref1l8edThe
hp The men must remain In PMladel PMladelphfa PbIIadelphia
phfa p hia until we bav haa concluded ovr ov in investigation JDveetlgatlon ineetigatlon ¬
vestigation v said Mr Holland HollandAs Bon BonAs
As Bakerand Baker Ad Davis did not deliver delivertheir delivertheir
their t prisoner prllonerthey they will not be essen essential eaHJtial ¬
tial t ial as witnesses It s it the tuarltI fugitive lsre lsretaken tsretaken
taken t and their continued stay in the theI theI
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j brought b bt to Chehalis this mornfns mora from fromthe fnm1the fromhe
I the t he north fork of th tIN Kewaokum river riverin riverIn rivern
j in I n an almost dying 4naeon41doR condition Powers Powershad Powread
t j had h ad been lost to the woods ck sine ll Oct 2 2daring t tcituiD 2uring
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ept c < huckleberries snails and a HasH liaardHe UsardHe HasHe
He H Hc e had started throogh the Umber and andcould aDdcould andould
could c < not And his way out outPowers OutSPower
I Powers claims he has not heard fromhis frOIKt from frontis
t J his h is parents for ten years His parent parentformerly paJ parentsormerly nQ
formerly f lived at 1414 l 4Larblter Larimer street streeteuver t
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was iItRSs S OTnoeilTS SAYS I had hadbean hadbeen hadeen
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the prudent ones who are coming comingearly comingearly
early to replenish their Winter WinterStock WinterSto WinterStock I
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For values are the best at all alltimes alltimes I
times in this store storeBut storeBut storeBut
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of choosing from the largest stock stockive stock1ve stockwe
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now nowPrices nowPrices nowPrices
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Black and Colored Silk Hats trimmed with Ostrich Plumes and I
Ribbons a magnificent VALUE FOR ONLY
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WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice President PresidentCHARLES PrealdeatCHARLES PresidentCHARLES
CHARLES S BURTON Cashier CashierHENRY CaablerHENRY CashierHENRY
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