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i Th 1 he 4HSrty fifth ti ft h annml annui I oonuotnto oonuotntont CoTUflnt
> nt CTerdpr eiercI of the rniversfty niverMtytriti of ofItah
Itah triti wete Wf haiti last nigru atthe SnIt Slti SnItLak
i Lak ake theatre In n the pr once ce of ofo ofoTl1 ox r rM
Tl1 > M fTtefldaot friends of the large arge lass ass of gradu gradus graduAt
s At the conclusion t 1 the torn > d dMii tidegree5
Mii > aae degrees of bti 1 < htlor of ait aitro tS tSro
> ro conferred on five v u < toV ttl asul asuli
i uu 3 mate students degrv > < f bachr bachricence bache > r rscience
> science in mining emuieering eLg1itoriflgSd i
1 Sd n 8 young men a dgre f bachei bacheifcience baeheit <
t 1 fcience in civil engineering engineet itig on on ons u utdent
s ident while diplomas were award awardi <
i z htyfour young men and women womennormal HI HInormal
normal and kindergarten In rarten eonr eonrie eoreI0
ie total list of gmdttate felt vji L LhOi i if
f > abort hOi of numbering an even eie eieIT kitfe
1 d di
IT i pen tile stage were seated b bsl4e bsl4eI aiq > s st
t graduates President Joseph T TKi Tx
x Ki igabury and the speaker of the thepyaiBg tetv
pyaiBg tv nlg The stage was simply deco decora decorat ¬
ra ed d The evening was opened with withprayer withprtyr
prayer by Rev W H FISh Pishpemka FIShIpesk
pemka of Oolle Coflig Ufa WeI
1 tDotberSIde toother Side to Education wa w the thesubject thesuIJect
subject of an essay by Miss Sfttte SfttteLouise NitlieIAwIae
Louise GOBS representing the college collegeehirw CollegeMIse
ehirw Miss GOBS remarks were de devoted deV ¬
voted V tt to showing that college is not notal notCI
al ue IC a place where theories ire an anRii abrnt
Rii t > ed and wisdom dispensed but a aKI agr
KI At atodjrground if i huma hu PMJ PMJS a i < e eSIM
SIM S li admitted the truth of the oft oftr oftttement
r > < tatement that the thegT MJtW MJtWK
K gT Juate was w merely beginning had hadi
i r ely commenced life But site in inwjied ittr
r wjied ed that the years spent tn acquir acquiring aeuIrifl ¬
ing ifl the dignity weuldrpravc a < vast vastveiua V Ve
veiua e itle in the future av haviBg 1g afforded affordhdni affordednvn
nvn ni n and women a chance to tuiy tuiyth tuytbitS
th tbitS ir kind She he regretted ttat gradu gradual gr3duit ¬
al it t n meant the sundering vf f so many manyot manyet
ot e ties that had been forme4 4irin 4irinS < iu in inth
S th h four years course of education educationD
I D Wonton representing the IK n nfl T Tin
in fl 1 class delivered an oration on Our OurJ Ourbt
J > bt The fact was dwelt on that tbnttii thatt
tii t Ii state demanded as an equivalent equivalentfor
for the education gljven g ven th the gradjuazes gradjuazescif
cif It ner university simply mpIy loyalty to her herJxMttutkm hrinitttutkjji
JxMttutkm and d to the institutions of ofthis f fthi
this country countryIn
1
In 1 a his address to the graduates 15 15M EM
M Allison described 41 the Untvenrtty of ofUtah ofUtih
Utah of a SCOM of years ago A lit little IIttif ¬
tle adobe affair resembling more a acountry acountry
country inn than the center of edu education editalon ¬
talon in the state he said it was wasThose wsaThoe
Those were the days da when the BIU BIUd stude
d de ts came fresh from a school where whereth Wheethyhadbeentaugbttostaadia
thyhadbeentaugbttostaadia thyhadbeentaugbttostaadiaeitIiclrele th y had been taught to stand ia a apeiiicircle
peiiicircle around the teacher rind rindI inddruwl
I druwl out some such verse as a this thisThe thisThe
The rising sun begins another day
The dew is on the newn newew own hay hayMr haylr
Mr lr Allison exhorted the graduates graduatesto
to > nter that line of business for whn whnth
th y felt beat qualified He addressed addressedWt
LI Wt remarks in regard to choosing a aIT
7 IT fasslDU to the coeds as well ss ssh asS
S h ir brother students and referred in inthis iiiili
this ili rcgpcct to the fact that thiv thl was wassin wasn
sin n axe when woman might seek and andFuicd andu4
Fuicd u4 e sd tn reaching the highest educa educational educaliuUal ¬
tional goaL goaLVa oat oatVsm
Vsm Va Cfctt Ott TTrffaa VTf Loyalty
1 1 tegeqt Waldemar Van Va Cott urged urgedtlv urgedth
tlv graduates to maintain i Ii Ut the t tture fu fuI
ture I U c a genuine and enthusiastic Joy JoyU
I RI U y to this country arid ft its lnstItI lnstItIl n ttti tttit
l t tl ti is Thto TiJONaltYgh loyalty might be obserVf obserVfw oLaeVtw
w ateyqr tev r the lot of the student might mightci mIghtci
ci inoe to be whether he might be IB IBtb int
tb t judiciary a holder of political of offit oflit
fit or just a citizen citizenovernor
4 overnor Heber M Wells spofc spofcljr apokiii
ljr > Uy cxtending his salutation salutationeutive as ascutive
cutive of the state of Utah to the thet4
04 graduates from her great uni unive uniedty
ve edty sity sitylefore
lefore 1 conferring degrees andr andrhtTtjns andpeaFk1
Fk1 htTtjns diplomas President Joseph Jo epb T TKiiigsbury TXlttgsbury
Kiiigsbury told brtetty of the erection erectionand ereeLuTa1I
and growth g1 IIth of the present ujirrerHi ujirrerHil iiniveTuiY iiniveTuiYbuildings
buildings l > uil < iiag of their splendid equipment equipmentMch eqntpmenwl
wl Mch kh he declared was wa unequaled in ine
e tain tam department by that of any anyoil ny
oil 1 er university in the United States StatesPresident RtatesPrIdent
President Kingsbury spoke of the > ad additions adiit ¬
ditions iit ions that were to be made to tt ttfa ttta >
fa ulty ta th near future some somfer y yI112I t tm
m I112I < n and one former Utabns whoUa4 whoUa4migrated wbubadg
migrated g ratt to other fields He adVisod adVisodt
< t h ht > Stndeq stuleata of the expense which their thnirrii
1 dit M4utthe ate azId4k
1 rii 1 ia presenting the cherished i il I II
l > li I oas to ask their allegiance to d IIr IIra sir sirli
> li a mater their state and their theirc their4ntry
c 4ntry 4ntryJ miry miryAngus
Angus J ngus M Cannon delivered tbq peoev peoevdiction ena enadic
diction dictionNureaa dic tjon tjoncADUAT
cADUAT flAT flATJuru
Nureaa Juru Oeados Qevrw at ataas at atMarks
Marks MarksThe aas aasThe
The nInth annntl copmsncetgent ft m ftcem nt ijt ijtet g get
et < ises of St Marks tfespttal OpIaI Trailing TrailinghkJiool WaIMgehoot
hkJiool for Norses wiir be held Wed lfdnelay WedneIay
nelay evening June a in the LAdtes 141eVLi LAdtesLit
Lit iary dub rooms beginning at 8 8f 8o
f i k Rev George C Hunting eu eu1e enleatendent
1e leatendent ntendent of the hospital will 1I1 1I1littte vf
littte
he f4UatItlg Ct5S hi yeqr con conI
I a i t tour yonug wonisiz whoaxe whoaxet
t ded In psitu the theI
I ithetrIhn tss4dY Y Yr4
r4 fe Carioll
urine Lowne Bayer EMabtb EMabtbi
I I 54ard giW i ftHir Irene IreneHOWI4klfl Irenea
a hu huBOwiXD
HOWI4klfl BOwiXD > KAXL TT QBAJ oADULTX0N oADULTX0NCoIli > UATlOJr UATlOJrCoci
Coci main flaIVt unit Weak Exercise xrcIa Will WillT Will1n
1n sunday ornlng ornlngTr
T Tr e commencement week programme programmef
f Kowland wIand Hall begins Sunday June
< 11 a m at St t Marks cathedral cathedralthe cathedralthe
< the bacca laureate serfttKMt ser o Vy bytM
tM At the CngregsLiona1 CngregsLiona14n
4n 5 jbaet at atS1ochMk1fltbe atS1ochMk1fltbeV 16 oclock < n the theijtgr
V ijtgr a Mui Inueate < ae by the dan tano tanoiient Ia Iafl
fl iient wilt f given At tt the same samev sameil
il the fpflo evepizg the eertors eertorsi
v i old their c emnemett > nmenceaiei tt sjBortiaar sjBortiaarTi
Ti ii Uptomax v ill i 1 lie a vfi v tho Kr gr4thi gr4thiIt < du duu
u Wednead v morning June X at
11 fkiek at > r Mark MarkH athediul athediulif atbedialseniors
if seniors MIsci Mis e Mary l try Rbeiley ts1ey2t
Xt iie e Calvin n 1 Jessie K I nyow nyowTEtlf nyO nyOTEAHERS
TEtlf TEAHERS HERS RATES RATESTl
Tl Burlington Itoute Itoutehe
t he World oi1t1 lair witiu wit itt bang cbangl
F l ullman iMue t ± ear < ar ihat l ha t goes vii viiii
1 ii iitgton ton R Fit < M leaves Salt a1t Lak Lakllj 18tt >
tt llj Il I p n Call all or rite and get geticwlars gettlars
icwlars 1 p I Nesn General Generala GeneralJ
J a 7S Wei et Srcond fl uih street streetoiiio treetw1I
w1I l Paper Paperin
oiiio 114 things thingst v in Wed WedT de < orations orationsare
t arrived arrivedorder are c ui > tudate with withDuvaj withU
U order V Viil A Duvaj 14 4 West Westhiie Sesti
i > iil South Southt hiie you lAays aYt get grtand gett
t t best pail pailK and painters ihoue ihoueProvo
I K
Provo ProvoCa Canyon nyon and Return Returnc ReturnSl2
Sl2 Sl2Via
Via D B c Sunday Suiida June Junt Junef
f S t Salt I Iake Iakest ke v i iSalt < > <
Salt lak Lake 6 p m Provo rov canyon canyonspringtime canyonI
I springtime is the must enchant enchanti
J < > i in i th intei Int nountain region regioninspiring regiofi4dwncpir1sg
dwncpir1sg inspiring panorama of snow snowCt
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AGREE TO 8OO 8OOFOR
FOR SALT LAK LAKReal LAKE LAKEt
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Real Estate Men and Friends FriendsGather FriendsGather
Gather at Banquet Banquetr BanquetHAVE BanquetHAVE
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HAVE PUNS T0 ADVERTISE ADVERTISEMINING ADVERTISEMINING
MINING EXCHANGE AND 6lH 6lHEBS brHERS
ERS PROMISE COOPEHATION COOPEHATIONj
j Half a hut n ui ii fsiato taie men tmittheir and andtheir
their friend njoytd y 4 I tlie lutKheon of ofthe uitlie
the Real Jsju Men association at atthe atthe
the COTOHKn t 11 i i c lub yesterday Thomas ThomasHomer ThomasHomer
Homer Was master of ceremonies and andannounced antiannounefi
announced the topic for discussion the theexcuraior theXcumior
excuraior 10 Saitair on Jun Sere SCTPtary Seretary
tary A ICi hiei told of thf trjg > > gtt ti nf nfthe tf tfthe
the arraMgnients coniro N < ai ly lythirty
thirty lets hd been dorit as i ifor prizes prizesfor
for purchaser p of ticket tjke t t thr t lit vx vxcursion txcursion
cursion Tia 1u pivitR ir ta realized from Die Diesale thesale
sale of urkfis ti kets and COJH cc ssions utwns would wouldbe wouldbe
be used to t advertise u1 ertise Salt Lake City itt ittih inth
ih east Hill boards ill also be put putup putUI
up along the ti lines of ili railroads en entering tnttring ¬
tering Utili tolling t thr advantage advantageof
of Salt Iikf I kt UK u a resMrdf city cityi ettyMsyor
i Mayor It IL I P Morriu as called upon uponf U un unb
f by b the chuirnian and made a few re remarks rtirks ¬
marks hi ii which h1h he xpressed himself himselfas
as heartl in favor or o the plans of the theReal theReal
Real Esiaie Mens association associationi aeiatiOflInin
i Mining Inin Exchange to Cooperate GooperateC
C E JUidson Ii udsun in bhaf b ia f of the mia miaTng mi i iIag
Tng stock exchange Mated that body bodywould budywould
would do all in its power to help the thereal thereal
real estatv men to tc promote the healthy befclthygrowti healthygrowtI
growti of Salt lt Lake The main object objectof
of the exchange was the same a as that thatof thatof
of the association t increase values valuesof valueM9fpeopeety
of 9fpeopeety property bi Salt Lake and to pro promdte
mdte 6 an Hrtet Iit iemt st m In mining mliii ng H He hoped hopedMUKt hopedipulJIonot
MUKt Jhe manipulation ipulJIonot Q jtocks tocks w ubdferC ould ouldbefore
before long o g fee done awly awi with in the theexchange
exchange
I Walter Tuttle suggested th tMt t a house housean4
an4 04 4ot j e donated dO tOd to the 4catqouple 4catqoupleth h O11Pl0 O11Pl0tht
th tht t would woukibe be married i il It o 1 s > day dayof dayof
of the excursion I IU l lM
M L Cummings F D Clift O F FPeters FPts
Peters mnd nd B 8 HsMtard made atourt atourtaddresses rt rtand
addresses and donated lots to be given givenaway givenaway
away at the outing June 29 T H HBlack RBlatik
Black offered a set et of harness as a aprise t tprle
prise and others made donation Thf ThfUtah Tl TlUtah
Utah Light Power company offered offeredto
to wire the bridal house hous free jf ofchrge jfcharge
charge chargeNeeds
Needs of city Mentioned MentionedV
V 8 Peeta who is to read a paper paperon papereli
on Salt Laki at the next meeting of ofthe ofthe
the assoeiatton mad a < few ew remarks remarkaupon remarksupon
upon the t1 necessity of advertising the thei thecity
i city in the east Judge R N Baskin Baskintold Baskintold
told of the growth wth of Salt Lake and andthe a tid tidthe
the needfor a supply of better water waterand waterand
and light and cheaper railroad rates ratesto ratesto
to induce outsiders to locate here hereJoseph hartJo1epI
Joseph T Caine spoke bi t behalf of ofthe ofthe
the bankers W H Tibbals stated statedthat statedthat
that efforts ertere 1tere being made de to have havethe havethe
the permanent headquarters of the themining themining
mining congress located in Salt Lake Lakein Lakein
in preference to Omaha or Denver DenverBrief DenverBrief
Brief remarks were also made ma by Et EtDarling E EDarling
Darling D P Lowe J Rogers W WIgieheart wIgleheart
Igieheart and H Pritchard PritchardThe PritchardThe
The following coAunitiees were ap apMcKell apP
P ° tM kethe altal altalietM
ietM L LCummIn
CummIn Petkes A AMcellr
McKell r B 8 SMbbXd JlMbbanJ E Pt Sears SearsThomas SearsThoiua
Thomas HemfcrSTT HemfcrSTTFinance
Finance Al Richter Rl bter chairman C CW Cw
W Johnson James K Shaw B Dar Darlin Dare Darehug
lin hug Charlev Linck 8 B Tuttle TuttleAdvertising TuttleAdvertising
Advertising J Donnan EeavIsebsIran Beavisx Beavisxcbairman
cbairman O F Peterson J T TStringer TStringer
Stringer R Hardy Walter WalterArrangements Ifstsks1 Ifstsks1Arrangements
Arrangements James K Shaw Shawchairman 01mwehainnipi
chairman J P Morris George Knowlad Knowladd Know Knowdeq
deq d i WTH Wi H Hued Ferg Frt Feraon son B BA I IA
A Ii > t Fortseth George McConaugiiy McConaugiiyDeeds MCCdfl8UthYDeeds
Deeds and Prtees prlzesBoard Board of Kov Kovernors governors
ernorsSale ernors ernorsSale
Sale of Tickets TicketsT T W Partridge Partridge1chairman Partridgechairman
chairman V P Hiskey A W Smith SmithA
A C Sadler George Saxton SaxtonEntertainment aztonEntertalnmentThOm5
Entertainment EntertalnmentThOm5 Thomas Homer and andall an anall
all members of the association and alt altthe altprneoud
prneoud who have donated prizes fee feethe
the excursion excursionJlEftiS excursionAw
JlEftiS Aw REPORTS Oi WATER WATERGosninittee WAiELLuzfcul
Gosninittee Leans Luzfcul of Canal Ounpan OunpanieAction cmpSI
ieAction ieActionTh I AcU AcUThe
Th The executive committee of water watermet watertimra
timra met yesterday in the office officeieer of Blart BlartiTheer
iTheer ieer A 1 t Doremus for tie tieof tieurpme tieurpmeof
of bearing the report of th the L Lmittee aubm aubmmittee
mittee from the different carai caa compa companies companies ¬
nies interested in the Utah lake project projectThe projectecommIttec
The committee gave a report from the theboard theboard
board of directors of the Utah SaltLake Salt SaltLak
Lak Lake Canal company strongly in faror of ofaccepting ofactepting
accepting the plans now before m ito de department depSflt ¬
partment of the interior at Washington Washingtonfrom
The mmlttee failed to mea a r port portfroni
from the South Jordan West v vEast J6rdR or orEit
East Jordan J rdan Canal companta compan stating statingthat statingthat
that the annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders ¬
ers had not been held and the board of ofbeen ofdirectors
directors for the ensuing year had not noten
been en elected electedMr electedMr
Mr Doremus and Attorney F S Rich Richr4s Richa
r4s a left fvrRrtgham for BHgham C Ulty y yesterday aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon to hold a meeting wHir the land landowners landoWners
owners of that section of ta state in inregard Inrmard
regard t to the plansand plans and methods ieth which whichar whichare
are ar m now > w ia the hands of the t reclamation reclamationtment reclamationdepartment
department tment for tapping Bear lake and andinjring sudbrhigisg
brhigisg injring the water by means of canals canalst
to t the bench lands of Box Elder and andCache andCache
Cache conntjes
LT ZTAEThAU ZTAEThAUAlma
Alma U Kimball to WUlIA WUlIAWilkinson
Wilkinson rairciiffliiM ci aL Iota I 2 ap4
4 bled 1 Fruit Vafe Vse addition7 addItlon4 4 JJW JJWMm X Xre
Mm re Annie Tbornber to lathesStrath lathes 9alnesStrath
Strath Cunningham lot 5 Vbek Vbekn loeki4tB
n i4tB i4tBTimothy lat B BInaathy
Timothy Inaathy ilivan to Jsra JsraUvan rare Set SetWian
Uvan loT t bjeck oek at D3 J JJ l lJacKu
J JacKu e E 8 McDOnald I to ilgedec ilgedecMcDonald Isattd tr trMcDonald
McDonald part tot 4 Sock loch C CDint 31niat
Dint D 1 1 1M
M H Miller and husband te Jtobj khe kheDudei
Doder lots 13 l and 12 Nebl N Wj Wjsobdlvisfon HW HWsubdIvision
subdIvision subdIvisionMinnie 7 X8 X8Minnie
Minnie R Oorpy to Royal G Pset Psetlot Pe1lot
lot t 2 block K plat A XU XUBamoson 213hamuson
Bamoson T 1 Wftfiams and wltt WI 1 1William te teS
William A McKay lots 8 1 and andblock
S block 2 Parkers Grand Thw Jew UN UNSamuel 1110Samuel
Samuel puider B id r and wife t to Hattte Hattterwla Hattieerwtn
rwla lets 11 and 40 btoek 1 1Paer L Lrtters
Paer rtters third addition additIoeAmends v vAmandaM
AmandaM Amends M Cherry at t aL at te teJR tON
JR R Rowland lot t block blockTdat bIoc bIociAOrh
Tdat A i iAnn
Ann North iAOrh Leaker to ManrA ManrAN I II
N lia T iHuek tt plifm t11 f l lKiwin
Kiwin I win IA Kiitr r and wife W WA L LIIsldth
A HasJ IIsldth nah lot t btoek bloiha bloihatIt j jjint
jint tIt B IIJ < W
4 Hauat jr ir to Addle CaHia CaHiat
4 t 24 tk t k l Oraeber FVO P 0 ad adilition adlitton
litton ilitionA litton1ianitt
A MaiiHU i to WRliam II IIKrouddus IIttroaddiia
Krouddus jt t H I 1 ilock 1 Ehriehs Ehriehsdiiltdivision a asl4iisIon
diiltdivision 1700 1700A
A t Hniiauftr ji j Violi l1 < 1titis V l > rad raddiiv
diiv lot IS 1 bkxk 1 Ehriehs s MI MIuviion tit titut
uviion ut talon M MJaTJftlC
JaTJftlC AND DtAZA DtAZAThe AJf A 1 1Edward
The toigagetntnt of E H Sothern as askitg
kitg Robert of Sicily in Justin Huntley Huntleyit
it trthvs miracle ilav The Proud ProudI
I it which ojtmtoes tonight is an anes
es hat hs t a thu rcnlr if dra drainat
inat bt r t f ht htEdward
Edward G Blackwood manager of Mrs MrsLeslie Mrs1aslie
Leslie Carter is in the city arranging arrangingfor
for her appearance at the Grand next nextweek neatweek
week
Go to Eureka EurekaEnjoy Eurekanjoy
Enjoy njoy a ride alon along the shores of ofGreat ofGreat
Great Salt Lake Excursion to Eureka EurekaSunday EurekaSunday
Sunday June 5 via Salt Lake route routeFare routeFart
Fare only 1200 UO for round trip Special Specialtrain Specialtrailt
train leaves Salt Iak via Leamington LeamingtonIutoff
Iutoff 4 uI ttt at SiiMi tM a t m i Kturninj heaves ffavtsHair heavestri
tri
Hair Specialists SpecialistsFOP
FOP ladies I1end and gentlemen Miss Char Charlotte Charlotte ¬
lotte Lyftberg arid Miss Carrie arrie Leaker Leakerfirnitrly
firnitrly 1 vith t Rh D To Nlt t Tiri wn o it roonis rooisL
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tBiG m PACKINGHOUSE PACKING PACKINGHOUSE
HOUSE PLANNED PLANNEDCompany
4 4Company
Company Incorporated to Op Operate OpI ¬
I erate in Salt Lake LakeCAPITAl LakeCAPITAl
CAPITAl STOCK IS 200001 200001MODERN
4 4MODERN
MODERN PLANT TO BE ERECTED ERECTEDWITHIN EEEcThDWITHIN
WITHIN THE YEAR YEARArti YEARI
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Arti 1 i < s o jt t ij pr < 0 i urc 0 rc filed it atti < itttt
ttt ti if t > ot tt the I ho se retary re ajv or tate > eater eaterday sterday
day by the Itah Packing company The Thenew Tuete
new te corporation etf ItTuatiofl takes over o er the business businessof
of Knight Io wholesale slaughterers slaughterersand
and ilealers In fresh and cured meats Its Itsi Itsauthorized
i authorized capitalization is 300000 in inshares inshares
shares of 11011 100 each 974000 of which baa hast
t Kp t n HUhsrrttwl and paid for hy It the mrnm mrnmI m IB IBlr
lr I t ii i iUi hi cKparinersliii i o oShare follows followsShares
Shares Amount AmountHi flltIttltl
Hi < liuril I rd Pa tHiwurth tjtI1 ire HpM210 I 210 244k 244kMIaiid 4t1H 4t1HMilatifl
Milatifl Knight tie lrt5ldttt4 > rci = id < iitJ4 < 21000 21000J I0O0J
J V Sot eat sccrolary and andtreasurer a atreasurer
treasurer 40 24090 24090Kliztbeth 24000EIizbeth
Kliztbeth Fapwyrth J 10 l lSarah 34h 34hSarah
Sarah A Knight 1 ID W WI 1MOO 1MOOIt
I It i nndf rdtrtned rr fnff1 that the th bl n of the theIMU theu
u IMU t will a i 1 remain r na lit iu i tho t he treasury t mull mulll
l > iii t I iri tr jtorietteth jtoriettethN ene ted for a considerable considerablei
i i N i > asiun t OCi UI of the compunys business businessv
v liiih is now omemplated One of the therrnM thepo
rrnM intoresied ailtnittpd yesterday that thati thattb
i th s included th er eteetiOn etioii of a modern modernj modernpek1ng
j patking plant of considerable dimensions dimensionswithin dimensionswithin
within the year ear as well as other construe construeti
ti < ns n to provide n needed ded facilities for a ai
i rapidly I growIng buineea buineeaThe bUBine bUBineindependently
The firm of Knight O beganklhling beganklhlingindependently
independently of other slaughterers five fiveyears
1 years ago at the rate of about 100 catUe catUel cattIsand
l and 400 sheep a month Their establisa establisamfnt eatabliaament
mfnt is now knocking down five times timesthat timesthat
that number in the < hH JII months aa well wellH
H as killing a great many hogs during th thCADETS the theyear
year yearCADETSDRILL
CADETS CADETSDRILL DRILL AT CAMP CAMPHigh CAMPHigh
High School Students Put in a aDay aDay
Day According t to Military MilitaryRtrtw MilitaryRIesYisitors
Rtrtw RIesYisitors Visttm Many ManyTlu
Tlu High school cadets spent yesterday yesterdayat
at tamp Eaton on the Lagoon grounds groundsin
in regular military style The four com companies cornere ¬
panies wore ere put through infantry drills drillsand drillsanc
and anc in the afternoon executed battalion battalionj batteitonmaneuvers
j maneuvers maneuver1j maneuversThe
j The tents bedding and cooking utensils utensilswere utensilswere
were furnished by the National Guard of ofItah ofUtah
Utah and the supplies cost 50 O cent a day dayA
A large crowd of High school students studentsand tudent3and
and their friends visited Tamp amp Eaton Eatonyesterday EStOflyesterday
yesterday afttraoon aft + reoon and spoke highly of ofthe ofthe
the work of the cadets in executing the thedifficult thedifficult
difficult battalion maneuvers maneuversj maneuversThis
j This afternoon the companies will meet meeton me t tI
I on the Lagoon baseball grounds for a atrack atrack
track meet The regular High school schoolevents schoolevents
events will be pulled off The company companywinning companywinning
winning the most points will be presented presentedi presentedwith
i with a silk pennant Friday afternoon afternoonthe afterpoonthe
the Alumni association will visit the camp campand campand
and the companies will give a skirmish skirmishdrill skirmishdrill
drill During the afternoon a baseball baseballgame baseballgame
game between the High school team of ofI9
1899 and the champion High school team teamof teamof
of this year will take place and a good goodcontest goodcontest
contest is expected expectedELKS expectedI
I
ELKS BEGIN OH MIDWAY MIDWAYAetna MIDWAYAetlial
Aetna Preparations For Provo Re Reunion Beunion ¬
union Are Under Way WayWork WayWork
Work will be begun this morning upon uponthe uponthe
the enclosure forjhe Elks midway which whichwill whichwill
will be one of ofThe foe features of the state statelodge statelodge
lodge r reinton inton to be held in Provo the themiddle themiddle
middle of the t he month The contract wa waawarded was wasawarded
awarded yesterday by Director General GeneralM
M M Warner WarnerThe WarnerThe
The midway will occupy half a block in inthe inthe
the heart of the city with outer attrac attractions attractions ¬
tions in an adjacent square At one end endof endof
of the nidwpy will be erected the tent tentfor tentfor
for the loQDrtheloop The entrance trance to the themidway themidway
midway wlll open on Ajcaneny avenue avenueArranged avenueArranged
Arranged on either side of the interior interiorwill interiorwill
will be the numerous attractions many manyof manyofwhich
ofwhich of which will be in tents some of them themtxured thetaicured
txured as far east as Denver DenverThn DenverThe
The city was flooded yesterday with witnbuttona withbititobs
buttona gotten out by the Elks and the theCommcrciul theCommercial
Commercial club advertising the fourday fourdaycelebraUoii fourdaycelebration
celebration On the center of H white whitedlacthe i idiscthe
discthe size yf a dollar is a clowns head beadin I Iin
in two colors Around it are the dates of ofthe ofthe
the convention at Provo ProvoLOCAL ProvoLOCAL
LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSBOARD
BOARD MEETING THIS EVENING EVENINGThe EVENINGThe
The board of education will hold its rag regular ragulartmoathly ¬
ular ulartmoathly monthly meeting this evening in its itsrooms itsrooms
rooms in the city and county building buildingORGAN buIldingOIIGAN
ORGAN RECITAL TODAY TODAYProfomor Professor ProfessorJ
J 1 J McClellau will givean organ recital recitalin
in the tabernacle this atternoon at 5 5oclock Soclock
oclock at which hour the doors will be beclosed becloaed
closed closedMITCHELL cloaedMJTCHEL1
MITCHELL LECTURES TONIGHT TONIGHTDr
Dr Charles Bayard Mitchell will deliver deliverhis deliverhis
his famous lecture The Prize Taker Takerthis Takerthis
this evening at the First Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch
church churchMANY churchMANY
MANY TOURISTS IN < ITYThe ITYTheKnutsford ITYTheKnutsford
Knutsford entertaining is seventyfive seventyfiveRaymond seventyfiveRaymond
Raymond arid a dozen Cook Cooks tourists touristsThere touristsThere
There are also many small parties of ofeasterners ofeasterners
easterners in Salt Lake at present presentLITIGATION presentLITIGATION
LITIGATION IS INCREASING INCREASINGSeventysix JNREASINGSeventysix
Seventysix suits were filed iu the dis district diatrict ¬
trict court during May That was thir thirteen thirteen ¬
teen more than were instituted during duringthe duringthe
the same month in 1903 1903UTAH i iUTAH
UTAH BERRIES ON MARKET MARKETTns MARKETTnsfirst Tn Tnfirst
first homegrown strawberries of the sea season seaeon ¬
son apiared on the market yesterday yesterdayThe yeeterdayThe
The fruit was large and solid Retail Retaildealers Retaildealers
dealers are asking 25 2 cents a box for them
LIBRARY OPEN AGAIN AGAINThe The free freepublic freeitublic
public library is again open to subscrib subscribers ¬
ers es It had been closed for a touplt < > upl of ofpfks ofweeks
weeks pfks to permit of the annual inventory inventoryand
and renovation of f the rooms roomsCHHISTEN8KN roomsU1IRISTENSENS
CHHISTEN8KN S OFFICE HOURS HOURSI
I 1 > H Christens city eIt superintendent superintendentof
of schools announced annouoed yesterday that dur duriiiK tlurlila <
iiiK the mouth or June his office willb willbi
> i < ii to I visitors only between the hours hoursof
of 1 ii and 4 oclock each day of the week weeki
i firvfii OENCIL MEkT1NG wheirrivrs TnwifiH TnwifiH4ity IQNIGHT7ha IQNIGHT7ha4ity
4ity council wjll i meefn e m comhmtce comhittteefthe comhittteeftheeholt b the thehole
eholt hole tonight for tIle > purpose > of discuss discussing diseuesbig
big the Bell telephone proposition to fur fnrDisli furnitli
Disli the city forty free telephones In InBfu Inlieu
lieu of Us licence After that the regular regularcommittees regularcurnmittces
committees will meet meetHELP meet1IELI
HELP ACCORDED THE POOR POORThe POORThemonthly The Themonthly
monthly report of James Sabine the pau pauclerk psur
r clerk of the board of county commis commissioners cominissoflert ¬
sioners soflert shows that during May 1155635 1155635wi Sl5t Sl5tw
wi w expended upon the relief of 738 per persoii peraot
soii As is usually the case the ma majority majority ¬
jority if i those helped resided within the tbecity thecity
city limits limitsSCANDINAVIAN limitsSCANDIN4VJAN
SCANDINAVIAN MUSICAL MUSICALThe The Scan Scandinavian Scandinavian ¬
dinavian association will give an enter entertainment enartainment ¬
tainment at the Salt Lake theatre Mon Monday lionday ¬
day night June 6 Tbe pastoral drama dramaTil dramaTil
Til Saelers an1 th the beautiful operafta operaftaBalbondens operaf is isHathundei5
Balbondens Doitor the valley farmers farmers1aiirht farmersila
ila 1aiirht tgiUtr ri wifl h I presentei I lie h musical musicalfinrts muchalPS
finrts PS via will vi I b umler t ho Uirrctiui of 1ro 1rolc lroLeaur
lc Leaur H > r Anton Pederson PedersonCENTRAL Peditr on onCENTRAIr
CENTRAL ANAL COMFANy colitANyThs colitANyThsartiles Th Thartiles
artiles of incorporation jf tb the Central Centralanal entralCanal
Canal anal company at f BUrood precInct Box BoxElder BoxElder
Elder iounly were yesurd yesLerthy jy filed with withSecretary wIthStertary
Secretary of State James X f Hammond HammondIt
It has a tapital caiph al stock of JJt st divided dividedinfo dividedtnt
info tnt 2 2t < lOi shares at a pur value oi i eacn eacnuugt eacfiUrgv
uugt Urgv i L Jarlton ii i president John P PHolmgren PHolmgren
Holmgren vice president Fred Hansjen HansjensecrcUiry Ilaneensecretary
secretary and tr resPuIre resPuIreLAND s orer orerLAND
LAND AND GRAZING COMPANY COMPANYThe COMPANYThe
The articles of Incorporation of the May
field Land Gracing company of May
field Sanpete county were yesterday
filed vith ith Secretary cretar of t f State James T THiitnrauiid THammutul
Hiitnrauiid The company ha hs a capital capitalstock capitalstock
stock of ttfiOO divided Into att 51at snlu s sr
at a per r value of IS each The off offsecretary officrt officrtare
are Chrtstt g C taren president A N
Voelus Wt presldtnt L N Christensen Christensensecretary
secretary George A Whitlock treasurer treasurerPERSONAL treasurerPERSONAL
PERSONALU PERSONAL PERSONALbureau
U 1 Mlv1uaatauL tof if the thebureau
bureau of agriculture and animal Indus Industries Inditetries
tries left for Washington JX C Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day night nightRev nightRev
Rev and Ms Joseph Hornor of Pitts Pittsburg Pittebnrg
burg are registered at the Wilson WilsonA
A t Ront a wool buyer from Hart Hartfn hartftr1
fn i rn is in n Salt T Lh Lhbeie k i husitiegs husitiegsiaioi
iaioi liu litaaieu cii iw Herr Morawetz Heir HeirIrobst HerrProhat
Irobst H Herr rr Stauf H Herr rr Ebrensaal H Herr rr rrKinesche
Kinesche and Dr Winderdef Winderdeker ker of Ocr Germany Ocrmany ¬
many and Herr Oberwal4er of Austria Austriaare Austriaare
are visiting Halt Lake on a tour of toe theecntr toecountry
country countryMiss ecntrLh
Miss Lh < si t ii di 1 1t ViHlain
t v laster lasteraa
aa
tLARGE WIGE COAL BED BEDTO RED10
TO BE WORKED WORKEDLies
a
Lies South of Butte in Idaho Idahoand Idahoand
and Montana MontanaGONTAIMS MontanaCONTAINS
CONTAINS 52000 ACRES ACRESEXTENT
4 4EXTENT
EXTENT OF THE DEPOSIT ONLY ONLYRECENTLY ONLYRECENTLY
RECENTLY KNOWN KNOWNFiftytwo KNOWNFiftytwo
Fiftytwo tliousiii i a t res r of wVat ta taerts X Xperts
perts erts declare 10 be a i nigh graif gra it of oi bi bituminous bitumiroua ¬
tuminous coal ar < soon it tu b Ie worked a alittle alittle
little over Itt mitts south of Butte Mont MontThe MontThe
The Oregon Short Line runs through the thedeposit thedeposit
deposit which lies partially In Idaho and andpartially andpartially
partially in Montana Montanaft MontanaIt
ft warn Mid i lgt Rt evening that th the dis disovery diaoverv
overy m mtal ai I < ni lor I or thr t 11 11era snielt snieltprs
era of Montana and ni in tin ii industries of ofeastern ofessteri
eastern Idaho It sva war tauci that per perhaps perhaps ¬
haps northern Itili I tab a portion of Wyo Wyoming t yo yoming ¬
ming and even Salt Lake tHy might also alssobe alsobe
be benefited benefitedJlald bene1Atedmaa
Jlald Contains 2000 Acres AcresOdtonel Acreselonel
Odtonel O P rhipholm < if f Bfllinam BfllinamMont SIlinsSMont
Mont is ii tl i I > riiy iin Itiisiiuss iii n con connection ctiOneetion ¬
nection with the ioal iatiJ anile
1 have just roivivtd from the state statecoal statecoal
coal mine ijisi nipeettr > ecti > r of Colorado a report reportupon reportupon
upon the tests which lie has made of the thecoal theeoai
coal he said last evening He pro pronounces proflounces ¬
flounces tt bituminous of an exceptionally exceptionallyhigh
high grade He pays it equals that found foundIn foundIn
In Pennsylvania West Virginia and Ohio OhioHis OhioHisanalysis
His Hisanalysis anAlyaia shows as high aa s 58 per cent centfixed centfixed
fixed carbon with only 3 per cent ash Of Ofcourse O1esurse
course ml 1 the coal will not run that hh hhi highin
i in carbon Some of it drops as low asRe as 9 9per
per Re cent But even that is good coal coalThere coalThere
There are about 52000 acres of the theI thelands
I lands on which we know there are be beunderneath bed bedunderneath
underneath We have already locat locatmore locatca locatcamore
more than thirty outcropping They Theygive Theygive
give us certain knowledge as to t the ex extent e etent ¬
tent of the bed How much further coal coalI coalcan
I can be found beyond the present known knownaoerage knownacerage
aoerage remains to be seen by develop development developmeat ¬
meat work workOne wokOn
One On peculiar thing about the deposit depositis
is that until quite recently no one seemed seemedto
to take erougb interest in the outcrop outcroppings outCr0ppings
pings to make an investigation As A far farbaek farbeak
beak as ten years ago I knew coal had hadbeen hadbeen
been found in that section of Pie country countrybut countrybut
but never gave the matter any serious seriousthought seriouCthought
thought or consideration It was only onlyrecently onlYrecently
recently that I looked into the matter matterand matterand
and was amazed to learn the extent of the tbebeds thebeds
beds
Kay Ship to Salt Lake LakeAlmost LakeAlmost
Almost the first thing I did was U Usecure th thsecure
secure samples and have tnem analysed analysedThe analysedThe
The different reports show g high grade gradeM gradeMen
M Men < n sent to examine the lands returned returnedwith returnedwith
with the statement that more than thirty thirtyoutcroppings thirtyoutcroppings
outcroppings were located locatedFurther locatedFurther
Further tests are to b be made by ng to todemonstrate iedemonstrate
demonstrate whether the coal is fit tot totcoking forcoking
coking You know in the east a v vejn vejnmay jn jnmay
may have two layers one from which whichcok whichcoke
coke cok can be made while the other is not notfit notfit
fit for that purpose Some or all of this thismay thismay
may be converted into coke and again it itmay t tmay
may not notThe notThe
The bed is a little over 109 miles south southof southof
of Butte on both sides of the line between betweenMontana betweenMontana
Montana and Idaho The Short Line runs runsthrough runsthreugh
through the center of it That obviates obviatestbe obvIatesthe
the necessity of building a road to the tbefields thefields
fields to handle It That is the great greattrouole greattroutle
trouole with the coal fields of Montana Montanano tontanano
no roads run to th them m In the Gal Gallathi Gallathivalley latin latinvalley
valley alone there are vast coal fields fieldsbut fieldsbut
but for some reason the roads cannot be beinduced beinduced
induced to lay the sixty miles of track trackThe trackThe
The discovery means much tor Butte ButteAnaconda ButteAnaconda
Anaconda and other Montana cities to tosay tosay
say nothing of those in Idaho perhaps a aportion aportion
portion of Wyoming I would not be besurprised besurprised
surprised to see it shipped into northern northernUtah northerUtah
Utah and Salt Lak City CityTATE CitysJ
sJ sJSJAJNWS
SJAJNWS SJAJNWSzOvE TATE NEWS NEWSXOVX
XOVX FOB NEW PLANT PXJLHTLigkt PLANTX
Ligkt X gkt and Power otwr Company Abandon AbafldOnPipe AbandonPipe
Pipe lane Extension Idea IdeaLehi XdeaIjehi
Ijehi May SI SiThe The Itah County Light LightPower A APower
Power company has amended its location locationrecently locationrecently
recently made for the extension of its itspipe itspipe
pipe line further up the American Fork Korkcanyon Forkcanyon
canyon The amended location will mean meanthe meanthe
the abandonment of the pipe line exten extension extnsion ¬
sion idea and will provide for the erection erectionof
of an entirely now and separate plant plantThe plantThe
The new plant will be erected a short shortdistance shortdistance
distance above the intake of the present presentpipe presentpIpe
pipe line The new pipe line will take the thewater thewater
water out of the creek at the hanging hangingrock hangingrock
rock or near the old Gardner sawmill site siteBy siteBy
By the time the water reaches the pro proposed proposed ¬
posed power plant it will have a fall of ofSe
Se 5 > feet which will create approximately approximatelydouble approximatelydouble
double the power now being generated by bythe bythe
the plant at the mouth of the canyon canyonThe
The present pipe line is one and rive riveeighths fiveeighths
eighths miles long and the new line win winbe
be two miles long but as the new line linewill lInewill
will generate twice the power it will be bereadily bereadily
readily seen that it is a more valuable valuableproposition
proposition propositionThe propositionThe
The directors of the power company companypaid companypaid
paid an official visit to the power plant plantmd plantiind
iind md the new site yesterday and after a athorough athorough
thorough investigation decided on the iheabove theabove
above eep ep and President Able John Evans Evansis
is now busy drawing up the necessary necessarylegal liecessarylegal
legal papers The directors a1no lo paid H Hvisit avisit
visit to the Utah lake pumping plant plantwhich planiwhich
which is being operated by power from fromthe fromthe
the American Fork canyon power plant plantTbe pIstilThe
The pumps are now drawing 500 second secondfeet secondfeet
feet of water from Utah I tah lake and are us using ¬
lug about 390 horse power to operate the thebie
bie motors
r Evans also stated that Stephen L LChipraan LChipman
Chipraan James H Clark Don Strong Strongand Strontand
and himself own the only rights of any anyvalue anyvalue
value that can be acquired in the Alpine Alpinecreek Alpinecreek
creek and that if Garff Bon use this thiswater thiswater
water to generate power for Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City it will be only by the consent of ofthese ofthese
these parties While the minimum flow flowof flowof
of Dry creek is small Mr Evans says saysthat saysthat
that by constructing a pipe line one mil milIn mllo mlloin
In length a fall of 2 < > 00 feet can be ob obtained obtamed ¬
tamed which will generate 1000 horse horsepower horsepower
power The great fall that may be ob obtained obtamed ¬
tamed making up for the small flow of ofwater ofwater
water waterA
A dozen teams are at work constructing constructinga
a branch from the S P Ii l A A 8 L Lrailway Lralway
railway to a limestone mountain on th thwest the thewest
west side of Rush vail vallay y The spur wHl wHlbe wfllbe
be about one and onehalf miles long longand longand
and the limestone quarries recently ownetf ownetffay orleJby
fay Messrs f esra Hudson and Taytpr raittprara ar new newthe iwthe
the property of the UnitedBtates Inite4 ttes Smelt SmeltIng Smqltlag
lag Refining Co The sjrade ada will be becompleted becompletrd
completed ana the track Hid I id in about abouttwo abouttwo
two months when it is intended to ship
lime rock for fluxing purposes t9 the tbeUnited theUnited
United States furnaces in Salt Lake val valley valhey ¬
hey and it is presumed that the smelter smelterpeople smelterpeople
people will then get their supply from fromthis j
this source as the rock is nearly pure lime lipiegoing limegoing
going less than 2 p per r cent in sillclouS sillclouSmatter siliciougmatter
matter and the supply being inexhaust inexhaustinble lnexhaustinble
inble inbleMuch inbleMuck
Much interest is developing in baseball baseballcircles baseballcircle
circles in this county and It ia probable probableor prohablethat
that in a few days the or orcounty organization of a acounty
county baseball league will be perfected perfectedThe perfectedThe
The proposition is to include Lent Amer American Amerlean ¬
lean Fork Pleasant Grove Provo Spring Springville
ville tlle Spanish Fork and Pay Payson son or if ifsome Ifsome
some of these towns wont come in to totake totake
take in Heber tastilla or Mercur The Themerchants Th Thmerchants
merchants fn tilL north end of the county
have agreed to close their business houses housesevery housesevery
every Thursday afternoon and the pro protion protips
tips is to get the other inerchan inerchancounty of ofcounty
county to close on this day and It is isthen isthenthought
thenthought then thought that the county countyleagus league could couldbe epoldbe
be made a financial success the games gamesbrtha gamesbstiig
brtha played in half of the towns every everyortwrThirsilay everyother
ortwrThirsilay ortwrThirsilayT other Tbjrsttay TbjrsttayT
T FTrane F franc will leave tmorrow fsr the thebig thebig
big hQW ut St t Louis LouisLeon LouisLeon
Leon Taylor will leave tomorrow for forSugar forrJ1ItY
Sugar rJ1ItY City Ida and Joseph Wing for forOariaad furVT
Oariaad OariaadJ
VT J P Stafford of North Carolina has haslocate barkiested
locate kiested in I Lehi LehiJOhn ehi ehiMin
JOhn Min C Cutler of Salt Lake City was wasin wssIn
in Lhi yesterday in cunnwtiori with withbusiness withbusiness
business pertaining t to > iic local pewe peweompany > wer wercompany
company companyJohn > tJulin
John Thunnan a sen of D J Thur Thurrnan Thurman
man antia ami a recent graduate from fromthe the U Uwith 1 1of
of IT has been released from his contraCt contraCtwith
with the Laid school trustee and has hasaccented hasaeefpted
accented a position us instructor in tin thrState tinStats
State School for tIe Deaf Dumb and andBllnifsjvith ant antBhlndevith
Bllnifsjvith a salary if if fl > 0 per v vtar vtarJohn ar arJohn
John Y i Smith mlil an arti c t c Frit iei ar are in inIrovo inIrovo
Irovo today attending the district court courtSAJTFETE courtAwPrrB
SAJTFETE DEMOCHATB DEMOCHATBWill DEOCZLTLwI1
Will Support George C Whitiuore WhitiuoreFor
For Delegate DelegateKphralm DelegateEphraini
Kphralm Jut At t i 1 Kmuvratic pri primary pjmary ¬
mary he het it Hi tfii ward sthoolhous sthoolhousTuesday schoolkousnosday
Tuesday evening J P Christensen > n John JohnDorius JohnDoriim
Dorius Jfc Thomas Fautin H P Nielsen Nielsjiand Nielsenand
and J W w Ty Tve wnre elected delegatetram delegate delegatefrom
from this precinct to the t5tt t te convention conventionwith tonventi9nwith
with H P Idirstii James Arijstranij C CA CA
A A Larsen E P rhomiiRfir and Henry HenryQreen
Green as nit aItrtate TriaiH Th ir s fr fron fronSanpet > n nSanpet
Sanpet tou ountv 0 V > i Jta the thevarious thevarious
various prfcincis prfcincisU <
U a recent BUMing g Uw JDeuaotfulic
Cuaunt3rcommitte Cuaunt3rcommittelak +
lak ny o othi
thi
the ab aaiiir1 eit 3 3by
by iii iasrtout rtLict5 s f fsyfI
syfI 4 I 1 Giinnison 3 l lerllng V t tsell
sell erllng 1 Manti 5 Kphraim Ephiaimthv 5 5i
thv 5 f f 4 t I Ir
i Kountain irt r i t tThe i iThe
The Em Emr r ioiiiity jiu v 1 i rnucrats r ts vn a ato i ito
to the district coav too v atari u ith it it itilate > > 1 1date
date for district attorney in ii thi th p rui > f fAttorney iAttorney
Attorney Thurmun of aotl Da Itst Itsthon Car Carbon ¬
bon county will place in nomination K KE EE
E Hoffman of Price The Democrats t tSangpete f fSanuete
Sanuete will place in nomination for foriijoe forI
iijoe I 1jet tri < kst c i I Ii 1 1J
J i AV vtS flirr ti t tin Sift ssanitrict Siftt
trict t rnI attorney attorneyThf a t I or ne neTb
Thf Tb iTtiural srntinK sfilth iit to IM cuns1 cuns1seems n nseems
seems to b be in favor of an it sinir tnu i id tdelegation
d delegation to tht th natimui conveiHioji tittiVeli lieu lieuSanpete TI TISan
San Sanpete pete delegation will undoubtedly vti vtifor Jto Jtofor
for George C Whltmore of Nephi as ti a adelegate adolegitte
delegate 10 the national convention conventionTWO conVentionTWO
TWO DEATHS AT RICHFIELD RICHJIELDL
L Xe A Bean and Hans Nielson Join Jointhe Joiithe
the Silent Majority KajorityRichfield MajorityRichfield
Richfield June 1 1The The last day of ofmonth a amonth
month that has already had an unusual unusualnumber unusualflVmoer
number of deaths was marked by two twomorf twomore
more Yesterday i sttrdav Leo Ahi r I lb > uvi uviHans it t tilana >
Hans Nielson > assc asStl < l ana awavThe anaThe
The death ofMr of Mr Xiolsoii was very ui uiden
den He had walked up iii into tlio ii Viusiii Viusiiipart
part of town ti uid Id on returning to his hissisters ta tasIsters
sisters when He h his ben livin brine wm wmout tt itt ittout
out to feed the cow while she was as or orparing r rparing >
paring dinner Not returning wlur in inshould hishould
should his sister went out to the barn barnand barn5flt
and 5flt discovered < J1s = covfre < 1 him In the throer of if cith cithwith ct th thwith
with th the pitchlurk in his hand ha tid Sii ga t tall
an alarm to the n itighbiirs igliboi > l lot > n t Iwfor1 Iwfor1any Iatvany
any assistance could bf bt rendered M MNielson > r rNielson
Nielson had breathed his last HP had hadnot hidHot
not been previously ill and his death was wasdn wasdue
dn due to heart failure failureThe failureThe
The deceased was a well known resi resident risident ¬
dent of this place and Elsinore having havingresided havingPosided
resided here for forty years or more He Hewas Hewas
was one of the first settlers of Blsinore BlsinoreHe ElalnoreHe
He was a native of Denmark and nearly
7 75 year o a age e His wife died about five fiveyeara fiveyears
years ago o and be will be buried by her herside herside
side in the Blsinore cemetery The only onlylltreet
direct descendant is a grandson who Is IsnvUg Isflying
flying to Canada and who will become becomeheir becomeheir
heir to considerable property which Mr MrNielson MrNilion
Nielson has left leftMr leftMr
Mr Bean was seized with a hard eon fonnstlv eongestive
gestive nstlv chill a week ago Sunday morning morningoming
Coining oming out of this he was soon in a araging araging
raging fever But once since then did he heseem heseem
seem to gain fall consciousness and for forsewral forseytral
sewral days lay in a comatose condi condition condition ¬
tion until he passed away without a astruggle aMruggle
struggle last evening
Mr Bean was a well known citizen d t Izen of ofthis ofthis
this city He came here with his parents parentsthe parentsthe
the late G W Bean and Mary Wall WallBean aIl aIlBean
Bean from Provo more than thirty years yearsago yearsago
ago He was an unusually strong man manand mailand
and once while lifting be overstrained overstrainedhimself overatrainidhimself
himself This brought on attacks of epil epilepsy ipuepsv ¬
epsy from which be has suffered for a agood agood
good many years He was married marrIedtees ste stetee
tee tees years aro to Minnie Baker and she shewith e ewith
with five children is left Mr Bean Beanwas Beenwaft
was one of a family of twentyseven chil children childgep ¬
dren
OWCE3BVB ICKKORIAL DAY DAYAH DAYAll
AH Huntlnyton Turns Out to Honor HonorSoldier KonorSoldier
Soldier Bead BeadHuntington DeadHuntington
Huntington May 31 i1Decoratinn Decoration day daywas daywas
was a lovely day and was fitting observed observedin
in Huntington At 10 a m several hun hundred hundeed ¬
deed people gathered in our large meet meeting meeting ¬
ing house and listened to a programme programmeof
of appropriate speeches songs and recita recitations recitations ¬
tions At 1130 D H Leonard the mar marshal marshI ¬
shal of the day formed the carriages and andwagons andwagons
wagons in procession fltytwo of them themcontaining themcontaining
containing something over 500 people The Thegraves Thegraves
graves of the dead never were covered coveredwith coveredwith
with flowers as they were yesterday yesterdayOne yesterdayOne
One beautiful part of the programme wa wathe was wasthe
the planting of American flaps 20x30 20x30inches IDxSOinches
inches in size on the graves of the de departed departed ¬
parted soldiers accompanied by an appro appropriate appropilate
pilate speech by b M K Johnson at the thegrave thegrave
grave of David Frederick O J 1 Harmon Harmonat
at the grave of Francis Whitney Albert AlbertCollard AlbertCollard
Collard at the grave of James Wood Woodward Woodward ¬
ward The first two were MorJion bat battalion battalion ¬
talion boys the last was an officer in the theNauvoo theNauvoo
Nauvoo Legion The people spent an anhour anhour
hour with their dead then the procession processionreformed processionreformed
reformed and drove back to tne tie meeting meetingbouse
house where they were dismissed dismissedThe dismissedThe
The committee of arrangements were wereWilliam wereWilliam
William Howard J F F Wakefield sr srAlmirs r rAlmlra
Almlra McKee and Violet Grange GrangePABJC GrangePARX
PABJC cITY HAPPZsTIKGS HAPPZsTIKGSPark
Park City June L Yesterday afternoon afternoona
a man named Withe Witherow tow employed by the theDalyWest theDalywest
DalyWest Mining company was injured injuredjWhUe injuredWMleat
jWhUe WMleat at work through failing A frac fracjtured I rae rae1tured
jtured arm was the result resultThis resultPhi
This Phi evening will be the regular meet meetJn meetJag
Jn Jag night for the city council The first firstmeeting firstmeethtg
meeting in the month is always the im important important ¬
portant meeting As a general rul > more morepetltlww morepeUtieua
petltlww are presented and the reports reportsof
of the officers are always received so sothat s sthat °
that a line upon the general condition conditionof
of the city is got At this meeting too toojail toothl
jail thl the bills contracted by the munici municipality municiItahity ¬
pality are presented for payment i All AllIn AllIn
In all this meeting will be inux important importantI > rtant rtantThere
I There has been a meeting of the Span Spanthe
1 war veterans of Park City raIled for forthe
the 6th at the assembly room of the city
hall for the purpose of making arrange arrangements arrangemeats ¬
meats for the state encampment of the tbeA theLI
LI A R which is to be held here on onJune onJune
June 21 It is the intention of the Span Spanish SpanIsh ¬
ish war veterans to assist the local localcamp localcamp
camp of the G A R in entertaining the tbeold theold
old soldiers soldiersB
B s L i Raddon and family returned on onMonday onMqnday
Monday from St Louis where they have haveb havebeen
b been n seeing the th fair fairUnder fairUnder
Under the auspices of the Park City Cityband i iband
band this evening at Maple hall the Cos Cosgrove Cosgrove
grove Concert company will give an en entertainment entertainment ¬
tertainment The programme is ar arranged arrange4 ¬
ranged so that commencing at t 815 the thecompany thecomuany
company gives a concert after which whichuntil whichuntil
until 1 oclock a dance will be given givenDr givenDr
Dr Mabel Hughes entertained at the thehome thehome
home of her parent this evening in inhonor inhonor
honor of several KeoghWright hospital hospitalnurses hospitalnurses
nurses who are in town on a visit visitContrary visitContrary
Contrary to reports the Alice mine has hasnot hasnot
not resumed operations There seems to tobe tobe
be a dispute on between the owners as asto asto
to who ho is the manager and until this is issettled issettled
settled the property will remain closed closedMrs closedMrs
Mrs P J Leahy and daughter Miss MissMary MissMary
Mary returned today from a short Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake visit visitJohn visitJohn
John McGlvern foreman at the Silver SilverKing i iKing
King Consolidated was among this morn mornings mornIngs ¬
ings arrivals from Salt Lake LakeMiss LakeMiss
Miss Eva Lambert left this afternoon afternoonfor
for American Fork where she will spend spendtfre spendthe
the summer with her mother motherA
A Mosher returned to Park City today todayafter todayafter
after a short visit in the capital capitalIfiss capitalMiec
Ifiss Hope Pickle came up from Salt SaltLake SaltLske
Lake this morning
Misses Jean and Edna Thiriut left this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon for Too Tooele TooeleaOvQ lo loREOVO
REOVO aOvQ JEECTS LthrS T DELZGATE DELZGATEpeclal > E E8ATE E8ATESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldFrowo HeraidProvo
Provo June 1 IA A Democratic Deocmtlcprinct Deocmtlcprinctprimary pre < inct inctprimary
primary with James B Snow chairmanand chairman chairmanand
and H F Thomas secretary was held heldhere heldhere
here this evening to elect delegates to the thete thegtate
gtate te convention in Salt Lake City on onie9 onJiflieC
JiflieC ie9 It was the sense of the meeting
that the delegates to the national conven convention con yen yention ¬
tion go uninstructed The following dele delegates ddegates ¬
gates to the state convention were wereelaeted wereelscted
elaeted John B Milner William D Rob Roberts RoberIe ¬
erIe R A Barney W M Dusenberry
B C Lackner W R McBrHe H T TMaiben 1lisiben
Maiben J f E Bott WalterScott Thomas ThomasTaylor Thomasi
i Taylor Oscar B Young Mrs M hells hellsTihiaps lie liesison
Tihiaps sison William M Roylance 8 R Thor Thurman Thorman
man M M Kellogg Kellosxer
AlternatesW E Rydaleh C F Deck Decker
er Grant C Bagley James Gray Sam SamA SamA
A King Thomas Leonard Evans Wride Wrideartin WrideIer
Ier N Ekiklcy Samuel Llddlard Thomas ThomasarUn
artin J W Dangerfteld Mrs E E Eutiels EJnicls
Jnicls utiels Mrs William M Roylance Jesse
Knight J E Snow SnowPBOVO SnowPROTO
PROTO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo June 1 iA A son has been horn to toMr toMr
Mr and Mrs J W Dean All welt TveltA weltA
A marriage license has been issued to toWilliam toWiIIiam
William Norman aged 22 anti Catherine CatherineJensen CaiberiieJensen
Jensen aged 17 both of Provo ProvoGeorge PrivoGeorge
George A Storrs torrs is in frotn hIs railroad railroadconstruction railroadconstruction
construction camp in the eastern part or orthe ofthe
the state stateMrs stateMrs
Mrs J E Page has gone to Logan to tovisit tovisit
visit relatives relativesA
A marriage license has been Issued to toJoseph toJoseph
Joseph A Rees of Spanish Fork aged 55 55and 5 5and
and Mrs Caroline Olson df Buntaquin Santaquin1epancer
1 38 38e
1epancer e Spencer Seedless Apple company companyYou companyC1e42r
C1e42r Skin SkinYou
You have doubtless heard a affett agreat
great deal about Ayers Sar Sarsaparilla Sarsaparillahow
saparilla saparillahow how it makes the theblood theblood
blood pure and rich tooes up upthe upthe
the nervous system clears clearsIfceskin clearsosklnreddens
Ifceskin osklnreddens reddens the cheeks cheeksisk i iAsk
Ask your doctor
I Maho has ha filed articiea of tncorpera tncorperaM tncorporasatw
M satw tw clerk clerkr
i in i i7 i7t
t if grta grtai
i i 5 hI JCO1A ottgago hy t ti tire
r re > vi t lils company < > mi > < iu > at i manu manutitcturnsf nianuttiirti
titcturnsf ttiirti buperintendeut And alit assumet assumetthe astinieithe
the duties of his po position positionBert itioa itioaBert
Bert ltwis Ia wis and jo Jensen two bright nrights
tii tli
C s o I y year irr icft IOT i iaiifornii iaiiforniiii
te to t ii day ia a ago aiil havr written to torMvni torttiil
rMvni hre that they ha ht it secured re reinuiu renmultratIve
inuiu nmultratIve rativo work at their trace hi San SanrraiKisci Saltiraialat
rraiKisci rraiKisciDr iraialatDr
Dr Frederick Cliff has renH removed cd from fromHeber fromIleber
Heber to this city and will practice here herei
1 i i nil Ii wa a a in Salt tilt Lak iia iiaH
t H I j Mi > u iU it mist ciiiirgea with wit ii aiiultcry aiiultcryv tdttltO tdttltOjt
v jt l xamiiiatioi ytsnrday h hetor or orJoriUui < >
1 t c JoriUui f Springsill ln ilil l was held heldt
t await tWalt the action of the district court courtui
ui IL 5W bail bailAniriVaii bailANEBICAN
ANEBICAN IUZ NOTES NOTESFurli
AniriVaii Fork Jun I arl DiclitTi DiclitTin
I n wiiu nt has btPii cry si sik < k with rheu rheuI nitu nituiiuii
I tnaiijiri iiuii I tOii aid confined ti his bed for the thepast theliact
past six weeks v ks was taken tu the Holy Holyloss Hot Hot11tCS
11tCS loss hospital at Salt Laloe Lai on the Rio RioGrande Rioiande
Grande Western noon train Uday UdayA
A Democratic primary will b be t held next nextSaturday nextSaturday
Saturday night for the purpot of elect electing electlug ¬
lug delegates to attend the si exate ate conventfrot conven conventifn
tifn in Stlr iy Take City r rixt xt Wvvk WvvkJ
J S Vil ilti < made a business trip to Suit Suitlakf SaltI
I lakf today todayJ
J 1 V V < nipman is a visitor to t the state statecubital stateaiSital
cubital today todayA
A bit bitt game of baseball Is i i n for to tomorrow tonirruw ¬
morrow afternoon between the American AmericanFork Americanltik
Fork and Fairfield Mercur teamsMrs teams teamsMrs
Mrs K F H Stout and daugu datig eer r Florence Florenceare
are a re visiting visit lag l in town f far r a 11 t day daysJttlin
j John Kdward Z C M I > hoi tt ttis in in inis
is in town today todayJ
J J Jackson accompanied its brother brotherinlaw hrntrirtilaw
inlaw Carl Dickenson to Salt I lake > ake ii iidai ta taday >
day daiA
A very nice programme was given iy iythe lythe
the Young Indies Mutual Irnniovemsit Irnniovemsitassociation ltflpliVimtttassociation
association at the Second wad meeting meetinghouse mettinghouse
house last night The occasion was the theclose t he heclOse
close of this aeaaons eeasuifa meetings nieeti gs which whichwill wii It Itwill
will be discontinued until next October OctoberL
L D Crandall and wife left for Frisco Friscotoday Friaotoday
today going by team Mr Crandall will willengage willengage
engage in railroad work when he arriyea arriyeathere arrives arrivesthere
there and expects to be there working workingon
on the grade all summer summerMorris summerMorris
Morris Logic returned from I Loga ogan n last lastSunday ha at atSunday
Sunday where he has been attending the tneAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college collegeProvo collegeDRAWINGOP
DRAWINGOP JThORS JThORSProvo
Provo June 1 1The The following juror jurorhave jurorshave
have been drawn for the June term if ifthe f fthe
the Fourth district court for Utah coun county iionlv ¬
ty lv t Robert Gourley Goshen John H HManwariujf IIManwaring
Manwariujf O B Huntington William WilliamDrur Villiitrfllrurt
Drur > Springvllle George GeorgeTli H McKinlry McKinlryVilliam MiKitil v vVilhiam
Villiam B BeMrum Lafayette Holbrook HolbrookW
W t E l Sperry Joseph S Fawtt Waiter Waiterox Vaitrox
< ox Provo James Harper Payson Paysoncropper i itropptr
cropper Provo Bench Nets F Fentou FentouSamuel FtatollSamuel
Samuel J Green Sanford Walker PI Ploat Ploatant 1H 1Hant
ant Grow George E Abel Ameri American AmericanFork < a aKork
Fork John M Holladay Santaquin SantaquinJame SantaiuiiiJames
James H Holley A J Shaffer Maple Maploton Mapleton
ton Eli B K Ferguson ergusoo James JamesAdamson JamesAdamson
Adamson LJtke Shore WiHUun Williams WilliamsTucker WilliamsTucker
Tucker William B Brown Alfred R M MHeck NBeck
Heck Neil Gardner Spanish vork vorkDBATK urk urkDEATK
DBATK OF JCRSTSTAHZLI JCRSTSTAHZLIPayson rAEELL rAEELLPayson
Payson June 1 1Barbara Barbara A Held HeldStaheli heldi4taheli
Staheli an old and most estimable lady ot otthis otthis
this city died Monday May 31 after an anillness anillness
illness dating back to the old folks re reunion reunion ¬
union held here last November when she shecaught shecaught
caught a severe cold which finally brougat brougaton
on other ailments and eventually caused causedher causedher
her demise demiseMrs demiseMrs
Mrs Staheli was born in WeinlnKer WeinlnKerCanton Welnin WelninCanton
Canton Thurgan Switzerland Jan 1J i iThe dU dUThe
The funeral will be held Thursday aBd aBdthe gdthe
the remains of the deceased laid to Nat Natin restIn
in the Payson cemetery cemeteryDont cemetera cemeterTb
a
Tb PriTker PriTkerDont
Dont fail to hemr Dr Chas ChaaMitchell B BMitchell
Mitchell on thi this striking subject to tonight Iinight ¬
night First Methodist church churchthe churchIf
If afckly afcklyt1nSII
men only onlyII
t1nSII U the thevatpeofO thevatpeofOctLuRAIq value of j jBitters
II Bitters as i itonic
ctLuRAIq tonic rsregultgI rsregultgIand regulator regulatorand
and health ma maker maker ¬
ker they would wouldnever wouldUse
never use any anyother anyI
other Thou Thousands ¬
I sands nave navefound havefound
found this true trueWe trueWe
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try it at once onceIt onceit
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Sick ffegd ffegdSTOMACH
Bloating BloatingBackache
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every night and b bi has nil nila < it itta
ta a iwo v a < n 55 uitui cost her turtwf s vii Iv Ivtwe
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itepsia liiiions sjiii Si i or snW snWgt t tget
gt a speedy v iun iu r by ii iipills iipihls
pills NeldenJudson Drug DrugClRt eo eotee
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this reniikano reniikanobanker ntri kah rem F Fbanktr
banker banktr lawyer lawyerclans ijWver yer even eminent asneflt phyal phyalgive pisysiclans
clans hav Itt give giveas stroag testimonials testimonialsnwrkible tesdmontalaas
as to ti itt remark remarkmei nwrkible powers of Ilyo Ilyocatarrli IIyomei
mei to it eiiri catat catatThe catarrli catarrlileti catarihThe
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and iteei Ice ateii ateiiu > JSB dii of tttarrfa tarrb longer longeriitcess longeruse
u use e mav nia i5 > ntce ntcebottles iitcess ry and then extra extrabotths extrabottli
bottles of tl Hyom < an be obtained for for50c forSOc
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but it i it iriso t tho at uSt st economical economicalF
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that h i 11 fur a Hintted time s sell H this thismedi thismedoin
medi medoin < iii inder 1 hiti > personal guarantee guaranteeto guaraptto
to Tetui etutt < i the mt miniy n y if the purchasers purchaserscan
can an say hat t it < i j1i not help them For Forsale Forsale
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