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7 This morning marriir to kaep eire the interest up to the Top Notch Notch and make m kethe the selling swifter mil another Crushing CrushingBlow CrushingBlow Crush ig igflow
Blow will be administered to prices already cut to a profitless point and there will w n be no let up gyp to the theprice theJWica theprice
price cutting No Nolet let up to the excitement No let up to the fast and furious selling until we find new newowners newowners
1 owners for fo r every dollars worth of Summer Merchandise Mepchan in the store storeIts storeIts storeIts
= Its Nonsense Sheer Extravagance xtriwagance to Pay Regular Prices Pricesl Elsewhere ewhere WWIeTMs While This Chance Chai ce ii is Open OpenTRADE OpenTRADE OpenTRADE
c Chtrfwi wi Wm Ftrftry h y of f UI1Ir UI1IrftotLtIItL s4Srd1 8wv 8wvDEFENSE
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s J Kelley proprietor d tor r of the Antler Antlerar Dt1ertNu Aatiesrbar
bar > ar arletic Warr 01 tile 8 sssvosI oek i4th i4thletic Ath Athletic
letic club and erstwhile eNtwlllleproaaoter s promoter of ofprise ofprize ofprise
prise fights was w Biased on trial yes yeaterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning in the criminal division divisionof
of the tJaeutrict district court before tore Judge JudgeMorse JudgeMorse eJIone
Morse on the charge of forgery The Thespecific Thepeet ThesAc
specific peet count in the complaint says naysKepey Y1I Y1IKelley j jKelley
Kelley forged the name of railroad of officials offtciaJa ofSctais ¬
ficials to a service letter whichfiled which wble wbleftlled be befilled
filled out otand and delivered to E EX Itan tt ttDense
X Dense enst an old railroad man f fef tfio tfioTe aIOt ie iethe
Te state t takes the position tJop thaj thajKelley datIJKelley thajhelky
Kelley had no right to issue the kites tettercomplained kitescomplained tt ttcomp1a1ned
complained of It to further allegedborn alleged allegedthat e4that
that the saloon man ma feaa baUhabit born beenm 1fttb 1fttbhabit ill the thehabit
habit of issuing utna them to t railroad men menfor me met menfor
for a stimulated sum sumThe ftnThe sumThe
t The case was w called at 1 10 o oclock yes yesterday ellterday yesterday ¬
terday morning But little time was wasJost w wJ06l wanJost
Jost to fanseetrr aeeurfega < yegf < s jury f tight elptktto men mento lieDto
to try tbe case the members oflhe oflhevenire orthveniff of b bvenire
venire called and a + d examined elaedlittle knowing knowinglittle knowinglittle
little U anything about tbe facts tactain in the thecase tb tbcase thecase
case caseDel Defense Del is Jeehnleal JeehnlealBefore ecJmkaL ecJmkaLBefore chnieslBetora
Before the ease had pIO proceeded 11 II de4 very veryfar yfar veryfar
far durtag d durhtgthe the afternoon session aeJl8Jonlt It was wasplainly wuplatnlyn wasplainly
plainly platnlyn seen that the attorney for the thedefense t1tedet thedefense
det defense Lindsay R Rogers Rop was mak makfug making ¬
fug his b l fight on technical t points pointsfirst The Thefirst rheIIl5t
first passage at arms came when the theprosecution thePrQHCUtJoa theproeecnftbn
prosecution attempted at tecl to presentthe presentthetestimony prevent the tbetestimony thetestimony
testimony of Mr Densch which whlchu whlchuci wag waggiven waagives
given ci ve at the preliminary examination examinationThe
The state produced subpoenas which whichIt
It had sent to every sheriff In the thestate theatate thestate
state requesting them to serve the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper upon tbe principal print witness should shouldhe abou1dhI
he be found within their it Jurisdictiou JurisdictiouEvery jw18dIcUouEery jurtMletiouEvery
Every one of them was as returned with withthe wlUathe withthe
the statement IeDt that Densch could not notbe notbt notbe
be found Upon that showing the state stateasked tuked skateaskeJ
asked to read the testimony te ttmony of the rail railroad railI railroad
road man in which wl cb he told how he se ser lier secured
I cured U red the alleged service letter from fromMr fio fiofr fromr
r Mr r Keller for farn tt ttTine O OBrae
Tine LaW Point rnrolred rnrolredThe
The Th efforts ef na of the the state were resisted r at atevery atIvcry ateve
every eve turn by Attorney Rogers who whohs eld eldhs d dh
h hs beat to prevent eat Ute testimony from frombeing froIabeing fraybeing
being read lie took several exceptions exceptionsto ece pU pUto
to the rulings of ofThen Judge Morse MorseTnen 110eeThen
Then Attorney Bogers raised the point pointthat pobKthat pofnlthat
that t the crime as charged c bared In the com complaint COIIplaint
plaint tplaint did id not constitute forgery Both Bothsides Bot Botaides 801ksides
sides asked time in which to look up au authorities a athoriUM authorlties = ¬
thoriUM uaea the theoclock matter t and a awas recess recesswas recordWas
was taken until 10 oclock o dock thi this morning morning8ATB mornlDCoft morningBATYT1
8ATB BATYT1 ft YIn MtLJU X13t > TO atylJt TTI atylJtT L LF
T H Axmstrong Hakes Charges in incharges Jatee in3lrrce
3lrrce tee Salt 1IIdtCh SaltCharges
charges Ch of attesapt tit to KMlj sill are areagainst are daat iisade iisadeagaineTlIm
againeTlIm aat against Mrs aophBT 8DpbI Arswteong A TfcTaie TfcTaiepnswsr ip tile tileInsw ikecnsw
pnswsr Insw r and ud eoapl ursss eemuiaim te Iehe harnsMa harnsMas her herCffee
he hek1
coffee CffeeAre s k1 ffee ffeeI
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Are A you yo oaf oafWhen on onltbeu
When tJ aiY y evn eIetg ffsts bli n to the fact factibat factt factthat
bat t he or she is on the coffee roee rack rackiberes rackthere
iberes there 1 a e f4anf sfea but moat coffee coffeedrinkers cotleed
drinkers d never suspect coffee w itt it the tbecause theof j jc
cause c causein use of all their alga ailsua until l lin tbe drocs drocsin
in the coffee cotreeha haft hat + s b Ml tbfb into intoorganic ateorgal holeursanie
organic e jieeao < ef f 4igg at f4aBn f4aBni i twit twitWhellIPT
W WhellIPT 1aer u A cJts e te teet
i et 19 days triato trialoLoit trial ot Fofttuu oatum Fad fJ Coffee Coffee Cof CoIfee ¬
fee leaving V1ng off die coffee 4Ofteeespenment t fee H nn ode ems emsexperiment suq suqez
experiment ez riment that may m return biff b r rsuits zu zusuits
suits tiul 8 in the way of health ane aneYcru atiJ atiJTo o
Ycru Y Owe ft ftTo
> To T 0 Yourself Yourselfto Y ourse ourseto f
to make the trial before fo nervous or orofgaic orotPDie orortAlc
ofgaic collapse comes comesOeliekws tOJUftn1 comesDelicioua
Oeliekws DeliciouaI n1 1OU8 1OU8J
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for divorce nied nlede5 yesterday yes a1 by Frank rank H HArmstrocg HAnDiitrcq f fMmstreug
Armstrocg the de defendant t In one place placeh placehe
h he nays J b bis wife placed e4 ryebnb1e In a aot ase5
se5 se5of 8 ot f milk which JCIt he e ws expected to tothis tobe toThe
be CQUD cQus were atarrted amed JIB this thisArmstrong t1d6Q thisty
Q Nov J Ia her CMtplal6t even t Mrs MrsArmstrong ra radaarCft
Armstrong charge chargecreeUy her hu h db dbQIity witharmky
creeUy and desertion de
Ia I his answer and crosscomplaint erOM JIUlaInt Mr MrArmstrong JIrlaY MrArtnlstrong
Armstrong say that hi his wife when wbellaqry she sheget theat
get gqte angry at him threaten threatened to take k4s k4sWe
We IN e July uly y 4 4 11t1e Wi she pointed pointedrevolver a aoW leaded leadedinvoker
revolver oW at hint he a says and a d besides call eSlien callaim call1M
1M aim vile 11e natees nata threatened tbr to pn pntrigger pnthe tl tlOii
the trigger He declares dec that thattbew Sept Septshe t tshe
she threw carbolic add in his face faceand faceand
and the latter mart of the next It month monthcame moathCNDe monthcaw
came acme in an intoxicated tRtoDeatedUI4 condition conditionand fon dtgeh dtgehend
and threatened to kin him and their child ebflttwith e1dIdth childwith
with th an ax On Jfov 2s Ja M Mr Arm Armstrong IIIIatIOIIc Armstrong ¬
strong says that while he was skit m heel bedhis heelhis bMwife
his wife said d that If he would i d only ftly i y get getout etot getout
out of the house she oald 114 soon have an another anman ¬
other man to take his place piaeeOn plaeeOn placeaccount
On account of these allegation alltIonaClthen and andother andothers
other Involving a bad temper and tile tnefree tiletne thefree
free use of abusive v language uaae Mr Mrthat Armstrong Aria Ariais
strong is asks that hi his wife take aetttag aetttagthe
from troa the complaint and that she be hethe taxed taxedwith 4Jwith
with the costs In the case caseTwo MAwe easeTwo
Two MJamated W OeapbasTwe Couples CouplesTwo Onp OnpTwe
Twe mlamated m jam Ilt ted couple figured f in the thedittrtot thedtatftGt
dittrtot court yesterday In one instance instancea lnata lnatadivorce
cow a
a divorce waa a granted ted and m the etber etbera et eta
a suit was filed asking kine for a legal legalseparation 1eaa1separation legal legalseparation
separation In the case of Mrs Lucille LucilleWhlttaker LudllcWhit Luci is isWhtttsker
Whlttaker Whit Judge J J a granted her a dl divorce dlvorce dlYorce ¬
vorce from GeergewT J W Waittaker on the thei theground
i ground 810 of failure taU to eup support up They have bareeve haveone MYeQBe
one child which was g1 give vtfto to the tbeJaoUaor tbeJaoUaor8be motherShe mother 8aotherShe
She was restored Greit to he hest maiden aideD naeie natlacWise naeieMiss na naMIA
Miss Lucille Denier Thom Carline Carlinewants CarlIneWaM Caninewants
wants a divorce dj ORe from sVurah Caxltne on onthe onthes
thes the grounds roinds CM d of cruelty They were mar marrted marsled
sled In this tbi city July 8 a Untf UntfBARBER ISIdFIBER
Tells Qovermor Beeer M hL Wells What WhatIt WhatIt
It Sas 3MTMftMt zeaDeim zeaDeimTheIfset Dene DeneTheftpst
Theftpst annual nual repeptof repept ol Aha lie stat statboard aJtIacNlrd atato atatoboard
board of barbers bera was yesterday yc y filed filedwith ftled1I fliedwith
with Governor Heber berJILWeil M Wells in J1c pccordance J1ccordance ac accordance ¬
cordance with the h hsince law la It saya that thatsince tMtincc
since the law was u passed crcallu j the theboard th thboud theboard
board 26 practicing barbers have havereg haveregImred reg registered re reItnered ¬
istered and paid their annual fee f uf n neaeII i1each 1 1each
each The licensed barbers are dis diitrtttuted distributed d1atriteti ¬
tributed throughout the state tal as fol follows tu1Ion fullowh ¬
lows Salt Lake Lake City 168 Ogdea OgdeaProvo bt btProvo 50Provo
Provo 1C 1 Logan lo 1 Apprentices have haveregistered lIvetered haveregistered
registered tered as follows foI1o Salt Lake City CIt CitySL
86 Provo o 6 Qgden 0 1 1 LoPea LoPeaDurtnc Logan 2 2During 3During
During the year sixtyfive men were wereejtamlsjed wereaed wereesamiaed
ejtamlsjed aed in the state fifty i fty of whom whomquailfled waaomquaWled whomqunU
quailfled qunU led It is recommended that ci cities cittea ¬ i
ties ttot of the third reDded e cftW es especially ally Ily Brig Brigham Brigbum i ihu1
ham City Park City and Kureka ZU be beincluded beIncluded beincluded
included in municipalities which shallcome shall shallcome n neome
come under the jurisdiction JIlrt of the theboard theboed theheed
board boardDuring heedpuring
boedJ During J the tbeyer year G8 38 was q collected COlkctdand collectedand COlhe COlhean4
and 393 expended leaving a hsiance hsianceon hftlaucoon Q QIuu14
on hand of 127 37 The report conclude concludewith concludes concludeswith ud udwith
with a resume of the good work wo which wUchthe wtktM whichthe
the board has accomplished accomplishedfrUARD accoIDpIIaIaedQUABD accomplishedG4IJMQ
Two Deputy flhwilffn Ifh Watch WatchW1ao Prisoners PrtoonersWho PrisonersWho
Who Save Senallpox SenallpoxWilliam upoxWlWam ftnahpoxWilliam
William Kdwards and John H Cuxtwo Cux Cuxtwo Cox Coxtwo
two deputy sherUBs are doing 40 guarddty guard guardduty II IIen
duty en at t the isolation hospital They Theyare TbeyIe Theyare
are watching Wright rtPt and Dd McCartney McCartneythe lIeCartn lIeCartnUae
the two county Jail prisoners pri o who developed de developed de developed ¬
veloped smallpox while in that btuttile btuttileIt butUen bastikIt
It to the first time in the Li Listory t of ofthe eKthe t ttM
the new De hospital than minions of the thelaw tMW helow
law W have ve been sent there to t keep an aneye aa41ft aneyre
eye on any an of the inmatesWright inmates tamateaWright lateaWriaht
Wright to IIIl1 serving a ste montha term tormtor tIftlor termsnatching
tor snatching < a purse from a woman womanMcCartney woman1IoCariDe7 womanfie
McCartney ia a federal tede prisoner await awaiting awaithig att attIDe ¬
ing trial for counterfeiting tie d is sari sarito naiito 11I1to
to be a dangerous U man n and has a aftIe se sxvere severe ¬
vere case of ofma smallpox One yf rf iJe e dep deputy p perUfa ¬
uty sheriffs guard the met me by I nay end endthe andtileiter endthe
the tileiter other at night nlhtr
W T Davies Time Piece lice to Stolem at litjleuitnir ataltair tW
altair jleuitnirW altairW
W T Davies a bos Augek tourist touristnotld tourirtnotiftcd tOUl t tnoUAt4
notiftcd the police authorHi s i test night nbjfhttluat nlcbtt nighttl
tluat tl t he had suffered the loss of a valu valuah VIUw vaiuahk
ahk ah e gold w watch and chain white hath bathat hathteg tb tbat
teg at Sattair Mr Davies Da I entrusted entrusteda mtll ntru ted ed eda
a large earn of money with ith the then tnannt thenfor fWnfOlt
nt atbet for safe fe keeping before t ofort ui uibut tit >
but t forgot to include inch de Ate watch wntchand WlLletad watchtrnd
and < ehain chainWhen ehainwtIen ehainWhen
When he came out of the water and anddrtsaVd anddrssied I
drtsaVd he noticed his lose and reported reportedit
it at once to the officer on duty The Thelatter filetter TheItter
latter tter searched eearet ed several e era1 sunplclouo char characters cbaracteJW ¬
acters but the time piece was not re recovered n ncovered recovered ¬
covered The pickpocket victim victimwell 18 18weD iswell
well known on the coast as a lumber lumberdealer lumberLElBAI lumberseater
dealer dealerLEfrHMAH seaterLEWWAN4
Paris June 22 2Johu John G A Leiahman LeiahmanAssertosa LeiebsavAmerican aa aaAlaertean
American minister to Turkey who has hascome hascome I Ieo
come here from Constantinople Co 8tanttnopie to at attend attend ¬ i
tend tile marriage of his daughter uchter to toCount t tCount toCount
Count Louis de GontautBlron June JuneZ8 Junea JuneIS
a Z8 will return to his post tile following foilewingr followingowing I
P r owing ow to tbe prospective tiv visit Wt Wttae of ofbe ofbe
< be American battleship btte h1p squadron to toTurkish toIu toTrkish
Turkish Iu h waters Mr LeUhman isi iii8O per personaily rasasonally
sonaily 8O desirous of averting ertina a naval navaldemonstration naaIdemonstration navaldemonstration
demonstration and of f securing ecun the adjustment ad adjustment adJWltllWnt ¬
justment of the TurkishAmerican at affairs atfairs ¬ I
fairs f entirely through diplomatic chan channels chinAeltt ¬
nels MUPr AelttsAW
fit Paul June n DThe The cost incurred incurredin
in the th United ent States circuit court m the thecase thecase I i
case of 0 the state of Minnesota vs the theNwithern theNN
Nwithern NVl NN theta Securities com COlDIlu1ymuWAthaC COlDIlu1ymuWAthaCto company party nmuuittlag nmuuittlag41k nieunttmgto I
to i iflb tit must b bt paid paj hy h the Northern Se aeCntltt5
euriU Cntltt5 4 l1Illilll urdtng to a decks decisrtreuit dec181ft decksits tleI
its 1ft hedge i SaDboln of the United States Statesbruit
bruit court handed down own today todayGibraltar todayTT todayGibraltar
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Gibraltar hhe ne A The Anierican Aniericanbaitleshii Arne Aruerican Aruericanbe rilan rilanb
baitleshii b be ttltOshill taiMdrea r14 r14iwneUlt zthUd n aeJted fodey fer feriiBraeus
iiBraeus Greece Or <
laM lf Tk11 Tiitt S tO ltadlsrs Lzdrsl
l riwd elad Mfc on v vI vVIEWS Pate PateVIEWS Yot YotVIEWS
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PJaD P 3TTuWr I ITKHI Ay AyThe IVJIrS = mI mIoua MBall
oua all aa1iO OA eo O ruftOuL ruftOuLfte
The Republican loaders in Chicago Chicagoace
ace laytoig themselves tb JI open to the thesusptetoo UtepteIM1 thesusn
susptetoo susn pteIM1 that the thsf are playing pall peMttcs
ties with the Mormon church VfC to securefpsinluence secure secureits ecureita
fpsinluence its iJ influence 1ce in Utah Idaho and Dd Wyoming Wyo Wyoming yo ¬
ming by not inserting Wee an an anti ti poly polygamy poI polygamy ¬
gamy plank in their platform tfosm So IV IVWttttam lrW PrWilliam
Wttttam W M Paden views the situation situationat
at this t distance Me He thinks th the Its JtepwMicane Itslc
pwMicane lc am made a mtatake mistakein in permitting perndtttogt
Senator t moot to go to Chicago Cblc o end endwork andwork mudwork
work agaiast such a plank saying aayir aayirIf
If the Mormons are such lawabid ¬
ing cUiaens why to it they are re onos of t us
tag s f11eh eh a Hank ankt 1ttW U they are sincere
I should imagine it would 01IJd be juet due what whatthey
they t went t The e objectton b tle of t denatcr nata
Smoot to the plank ten enJa Is to the be ¬
lint that he favors such practice pra tce I
tWIll it Is Qw dimworstt worst tbiivg tIt the senatorcould senator senatorcould or orcould
could do to work against it Ills JU op op
poslUonto Apttlo fa virtually 7 hte indorsement indorsement3S ilKt rwRte t
t h hr
3S r II uJ rutatter ur twMr T Br Brnsnsu
PIdtu PIdtuhI P nsnsu t tI auwl auwlIL1
IL1 hI I did J80 not expect the Snteotcasse Smoot case te be belouht hitnsbut
lull ltut tbe pol lY y and poi g
aetr UriDa Ur tnsbut tnsbutpinktheP plaDk pinktheP ri If I were Ei
tJM Deencradc ttC or lMpu > dlean platfetm platfetmnet tfGnD
tlallude ROt allude m BeadnbR 8I It 18 bthe 18we
net = tl we are lighting nbti but IMatri
the theat at i m questions louht louhtiy I would wouNae
ri ae at t u nand dOWdDaUoB usu 1ulYfeshhy 1ulYfeshhyb 1ulYfeshhyYou pqI
and fOb polygasimtwa MHhg
Ye You Pow as trdtl as I do d p that there
b iy very < ri rittH little ttH dlffire iitf ce x today between the theof
PI1sacfDlee prfn > tos of the twogreat great parties des TheM Th
gram ao1 j be much difference between flesh t
two platforms this fait Therefore It to isy
1Ib1 Mkely y to be a little thfog upon which wlaklaOf w the theapeahers thespeerp
apeahers of one side sideupp S the
Ofstress Ofstressone
U i have haveO to toy IaTuatraa stress
Suppose upp se the Republic RepublicIf KepQ qcaqs u qs do not laNrt tastrtan
an antIpOIy7 and nd a ahtlpoly4moua ltlpolYa oua
If living Ptaak but tile I Docu > aocret do That
will give ve the Democrats a little thing
upon which to base their tit campaign this
Jjm tall It the faders leadersthiak tl think it wisVto wise to push pushyondYV P pnehat
It yondYV TbUtitIM at t SL KM t t ke it t up It fa not be beKufe be
yond a ty tYleash
leash TeeMns l r in lastThe Iuthe last lstThe
The he feeling f 1 hi the east over the ques quesw quesof
tiea of B lw yB Ia any farm fse n Is I Quite
Keen w if the B Bter < ria e tk mat t
ter there are areare tnoesas ef voters who whowill
will m conceive the idea that the RepuJ
I60aaa are playing politics with the thechurch tbechureb thecull
church cull to gain the t e ebetoral electoralvotes vote of Utah
Wyoming WJ na and Idaho ItMhofinch
Such a sentiment hi certain te cause a
defection in the Republican ranks ra ka Take
Indiana IndJ for instance JMta It Is regarded as a aetose aclose
close state Suooose 8 UppGlle the dissatisfaction dissatisfactionthe dl
beco becomes 80 gwst t hi that state IUI to caUlle catss catssthe
the defeat of the Republican party in
November The aasjeguestion puns no tioa on might mighthave miabttreat mighta
have a stellar effect ia Wbcensin n wherethe where wherethe
the Republicans are split pllt In two It is islikewise IsUke islikewise
Uke likewise possible bIe that the number l er of dls dlsgruatled dlsIPllllUed dieg
gruatled g mted Republicans in Illinois IUIn woald woaldthrow woaldthrow wouldthrow
throw that state into the Dentocratlc De is col column co1WDD column ¬
umn umnA
A few changes eb like that and Mr MrRoosevelt MrRooaevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt is lost It will take takthousand < bt II few fewthouaaad fewthousand
thousand votes in any of the states IJaav I Ihave Ibane
have Just mentioned under existing COnditloas con conditions CODdltJou ¬
ditions to make ke It Democratic Dem And tbe tbeptexlon thepoitieat
Pelltleat ceMpintoo a ptexlon would be changed changedthrough chancedthrQUCh changedthrough
through a very little a thing It is these thesea these thesesmall thfsep
small a p things < in a campaign void of big g
issues which whlcltnrake make or defeat feat a candidate candidateWho ea candidateWho ndtdate ndtdateWbQ
Who is s in a position o at this time to todeny totlaat todeny
deny that if the Republican Ignore the thePetygeiny theIIIY thepelYpmy
Petygeiny IIIY matter tter and the Democrats Dem rat take takeit takek I
it up and use it that tbe cry that tbe K Ko go
o 0 p is flirting turtt with the Mormon church churchstay chlrcbiaa ch arch archmay
stay net defeat Mr Roosevelt There Thereare Tb Tbare Therdare
are manv good ood men In Chicago fighting ngbtlnrOle
tor the plank If it is not inserted n rted and andthe aneltile andthe
the party sees Its mistake later they wit witthave withaove wilthave
have no excuse for they acted with their theireye thMrJe theireyes
eye eyes wide open opeuSTATIRTAOE OpeDVtTAGZ
J1t Jlton m H H ROCK Salt Lake City Citytiattie CIt5 CIt5Hattie 5 5attie
Hattie attie Wirhtmau Wirhtmnn Payson 2t 2tGeorge 1GtOFife i iGeorge
George R MMulln KeMull p Butte > Mont KontAnnt 3 liAnnie 3Annie
Annie Beatrice Thomas Salt alt Lake LakeJohn LakeJohn le leJohn
John F W v d Ronneburg Salt Lake3 Lake3Ethel Lake LaktEtbel 22 22Rthel
Ethel Pearl Roberts Salt Lake LakeHerman 11 11rn
Herman J Ludwig Lu4 Ophlr OphirSusie 27 27Susie 1Bu 7
Susie Bu B Chegwidden Ophir 1 1Chester It ItCheater 19Cheater
Cheater J Hope Salt It Lake City Cit CitMattie I IMattfc b bMattle
Mattie Mullett Bait It Lake City CityThowald S SThowald b bThoweld
Thowald Christensen n Ephraim EphraimLouise KphraimLouhw Ii IiLoula
Louise BeMBann n Salt Lake City CityDavid elty3 elty3Davtd l ity232i
David R Evans vans Murray MurrayBertha Kurns31 Kurns31yotba MurrayBertha 2i
Bertha W Nelson Union UnionEltKTBon UnionE 9a 9abknermn
EltKTBon E A Krancom Ogden M UAlice MAJ1ce
Alice I Stephenson Stt > bellson Salt Lake City Clty18 Clty18ftctaTDlG 18 18jxxrora 15e 15FIOaYIlfG
jxxrora TKX QPZV SHOP SHOPChicago nOlebkaCo EBOPkago
Chicago June 22 2Jll 2Iiine Kine e furniture factor factories factorjes factories
ies closed their doors today toda turning a athreatened athreatened
general gtttereltrike rtenaJllUille strike or wood workers workersinto workerInto workersinto
into a general lockout lock oct t tfight lCi ht hundred hundredmen hJn hJnmen hundredmen
men arc ar forc for forced < t Hl out of work rk The Tb men menare ronare menare
are fighting against an spen chop shopYou chopYBU IQopI IQopflU
But then theres tbe fear of the pain painand painand painand
and distress dlatre that always follows Why Whynot Whynot Whynet
not strengthen the stomach at ftc by taking UkingHostetters takingHostette
Hostetters s Stomach Bitters Bttt nP and nd be able ableto ableto ableto
to enjoy your meala are It is t far above any anyother anyother anyother
other medicine as a stomach strength Btrengthener strengthener treqtbene
ener and blood purifier and never fails failsto tailsto failsto
to cure Poor Appetite Dyspepsia Indigestion Indi Indigestion IndiesUon ¬
gestion esUon Flatulency Bloating Heart Heartburn HMrtburn Heartburn
burn Headache and Nausea Try itsurd it itand Itand
and see for yourself At all Druggists DruggistsHWTETTERS DrusgistsHOSTETTERS DruggistsS
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eegmne ame prices which Wh h prevailed preva eC eCt the previos previosday pr loa loaday
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Bakers No 1 2rOTAT ttS ttSAnna 20 20aBAL
Anna AnaaJJ 3 W W Cramer and husband to toJore toJorgen
Jore Jorcen n Petersen lot Jo lots J 10 0 and 11 11block Itblock J
block 4 Goiden Park addition additionAnnie additionI I IAnnie 0Annie
Annie 8 Wilson tt t t al to laisa Kli I liaa a JBrady J JBrady JBrady
Brady lot 27 2 block b k 2 Heaths Ht > aths nub nubdivteion atubdlvIBjoo subdivision
division divteionJohn divisionJohn 010 010Jolut
John C Cutler et al at to Henry Dln Dlnwoodey Dlnwoode ln lnwoode
woodey woode lot 8 block < It 7V 7ft ulat pia eat t A AFrank AFrank 3 3TraGk
Frank T Roberts to Catherine Oatnrln C CCulmer CCullD6t CCulme
Culmer lot block 35 Ii plat D DYoungs 6Youngs i iYoun
Youngs Youn Putlev Cutler and wife to t Cani < arrie P FLarcon PLarson
Larson section 25 2 township towuhlPJe1 townshipsett S Sih
sett ih range 1 west westB lf 105Jo lfr I
Je1 Jo a B f aylor rla and w wife to t Salt R itL Lake Lakecorporattoft LakeCity k
City corporation r let 2 block I 22 22MftMa 43F
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rich section cUon 1 It > township 2 south loutl1JIlP southTang j jran
Tang ran e 1 east eastEUsaCUIh lit 1000 1000EUaGtIlrt 1000EliiaGttbtrt >
EUsaCUIh EliiaGttbtrt rt to Archibald O41bert Cdlbertlot Cdlbertlotli I rtl lot iotblack
23 li black 2 South S nth Capital avpnu avpnuaddition ilVf11twaddition aveuuaddition <
addition additionMary 1 1Mary 1Jlely
Mary C CHiiIHun Han un i to > < Aaron arOn K yscf yscflot l tlot llot
lot I t block B SlplmtG plat G IM laUNC l IMC Wi WiC
C II fAtfcrdbnk 1t and wife to Fred A ABulL ABun Alot
BulL lot 6 6 block 118 11 plat A 1500 1500Alfred 1500AIft 1500AI
Alfred AI e 1 L Bull u11 and anon wife tfe to ac acJames James JamegHerrldae JamfHenl JamesHerrldge
Herrldae Henl e Iota 1 to 6 5block Inclusive Inclusiveblock tndustveblock
block 2 Oakley 1 1JCOKTANA 1xOnAN 1MONTANA
Helena Mont Juar J TSI t1 jnm jnmcourt > rr rfnv rfnvcourt rr rrcourt
court unanimously 111y held today aJ that the thefair thepair I
fair taJrtrtala trial bill enacted at special peele I senkm senkmof nntonaltbe
of altbe the legislature Wure last P December einber is con conUtBCloaiT cona canmiitntisae <
a miitntisae miitntisaeThe UtBCloaiT UtBCloaiTThe tacioaalTIle
The law 1a was attacked atta k in h the cue caaebrought cueWQ casebrotdht
brought WQ ht by b th the < Atiao AtHItt1d du finupanv finupanvajalqct mlmfl mlmflt mpanyagaigat
ajalqct t theaiuiituna the dunt ntljJi + uhi urr rr 1 1uniutsins lif n hOLing < ItJIJS jin uttaparry j jp8ny
< >
+ s
Thirty ThiIMyMian Thh ty M Men n Walk Out 0 t lit P Peht Pehtland rt rtiind rtInll
land Geraftnt Plant PlantPRESENT PlanlA
4 4Uaious A
Union cement t workers 0Ib employed 107M at atuae at atthe ttthe
the PerU Portland c Cement t companys eom plant plantKighth pleatRights t tu
Rights u South and Fifth West streets streetsstmek 1Jtreet8IItndt streetsstrw
strw stmek yesterday morning Every Ev oneof one oneof I
of otthietblrt7 the thirty men employed < at the theplant tbet theplant
plant t wfch the exception of the fore foreman toreman fereman ¬
man was called off s tte union bust business itU8ta bustus ¬
ness a us agent The trouble Ie was due prtn prtnfly prt prtto printy
fly ty to a slight out in the ages agesThe msgesi nrea
The i out was agreed to by the men a aweek awben aweak
week ago when the Plant resumei resumeihisjimss rwu ae11Iln roumetbecsere
hisjimss 1Iln it to said A monher of ether etherthtegg oth otht otherthine
t thine thtegg were 1renuke4 asked of the company ceaapuaybJ ceaapuaybJtIM 1 by bythe y yThe
tIM alisn alisnThe
tIMTta The cement workers have been or ortad orJna or orlees
tad less than a week Three day daythey aYStMy daleago
ago they y received notice by wire that thataebarter thlita
a tarter hast been granted te their orgaabusiieu or orsjanhmUeu
sjanhmUeu by th MsUonal h0 hey y and andthat aUtllM as i ithat
that the same had been tent to them thetas themA the theA
A A committee committee of emptoyea and nd memof mem memhe aaeuscd
cd the union called C e4 at the otaoes otaoesOf
Of ifie he company kt t eclock yesterday yesterdaymorning yster4ayIftOIDIq yesterdaymosubtg
morning and presented a written de demand demend ¬
mend 41 The objects of tbe demand demandwave demandte4to demandwere
wave presented te4to to L M Bailey BeUe7t press president pressdept ¬
dent t at the company by H L Stone Stoneetoktnnaa SteneeIIaInQMI Plenechairmosi
etoktnnaa of the comndttee With the thecommittee thecommittee
committee eoBU were also K H Stack Sta k The Thecommittee Tb TbCOIDIDIttee Tbbcommittee I
committee among other things Ut demand demanded ¬
ed the recognition D of the union restomtluu resto restoration reStora ¬
ration ra u of wages w that t overtime ov ertbne be paid paidas paidJUIM paidse
as time and a a that ntputoorV elotnpuisortaccident c ntputoorVaccident i iaecldel
accident t insurance be done one away away with withand withand I Iand
and that when an employe leaves lea es he hebe hebe I
be paid immediately regardless of theusual the tbeusual I
usual pay day dayPresident da dayPresident I
President Bailey > refused to grant a anumber anumber 1 1num
number num of the requests made by the theunion theunion I
union but offered to let them know knowwhat kno knowbat knowwhet
what his decision would be regarding regardingthe I Ithe
the compulsory compo accident insurance insuranceclause insuranceclat1ee I
clause at t oclock cl lids morningThe morning morningThe 1IIrU 1IIrU1M
The committee at left the oOces to wait waitthe walttJae waitthe
the answer er of tbe a presidentImmedlate president presidentIT prellldMatIw
Iw IT mediate Aasswec AasswecA r rA
A short time later the committee eoDHDIt returned re returned retUIIMII ¬
turned and declaredthe declared that the men were weredissatisfied weTeettaee4 weredisssthdkd
dissatisfied with the he answers of the thecompany theco7 thecompany
company and requested that their de demands dereeetve demands ¬
mands receive an Immediate answer gnawerThis answerThis 4DfterTIt
TIt This the company eoI aJM1 refused to do and andthe andtJae andthe
the strike was declared declaredWhen declaftdWJIeA declaredWhen
When the company resumed re wned business businessa
a week eek ago one of the agreements agreementsreached reementMd <
re reached Md was that a number of tbe men mengtould menatDaJd menteuld
gtould have their wages decreased decreasedonehalf deereuedODehalf decreasedonohak
onehalf a cent and nd a cent an anhour lIDhour anhour
hour niB it is said d they promised promisedto
to do The wages were to remain the thesame theame thesame
same until June when b they would be beagain bean beagain
again an raised to their former standard standardNeither standardNeither standardNeither
Neither side has taken steps Bt ps toward towardan
an adjustment of their difficulties It Itis ItIs Itis
is probable that an effort will b be madetoday made madetoday madetoday
today to bring brh g about a reconciliation reconciliationLOVE reconeniaUonOften reconciliationi reconciliationOftcst
Often leads to pov povertv povrt pewtrty
ertv rt y No realwdtsnan real realwoman realWOIDaII
woman ever sold soldher acMdheert soldleer
her heart for the theluxuries theluxuries
luxuries 1 u x n ri e It of lifeBut life lifeBut lifeBat
But many r a woman who has gladly 1adlypOftItY1Dr fated tocedty fatedpoverty
pOftItY1Dr poverty ty for the man she = loved may well wellher wenaoabt welldoubt
doubt her wisdom when pain becomesthe becomes becomestbe ne8Uae
the mate of poverty vest If she r a were rich richeke rich richt1 richeke
eke thinks t1 she could find a way of cure curePOft CUftOO titre3A
3A w lh en tT IPOR I IWIIO
OO aBJIOItvvwc
POft wematwno WOWf WOWfWHO
the ietocs ebors and oaken lD e of Dr Pierce Piercebcs Piefteffet PlewesPseerite
Pseerite n saw fret tally war war1IItIM warranted
ranted lu ctI cerifw m pay y 8ID is legal IepI1DOIIe7 legalmoney
money of the tM11IdiId Ualkd 8t ttafw for asy care of ofP ofof ofPetlale
bcs Female P W Weakues Pt Pietopm psus psusOr
Or palu 7 of Womb which la they theyCAlIe cannot cannotthey cannotcare
care they ask is a fair and seasonable rasoabletrial seasonabletrial RUOGb1tria
trial of their means of cure cureYou C1IfeJ careYou
You have l my heartfelt thanks t tVictoria for your Wad Wadrtvic kindadvice
advice rtvic J to tre mewrites writes Mm 1 Gco R Fletcher of o 106 106Victoria to6Victoria
Victoria Avenue Gait Owam W Was troubled troubledT trGIIblfticatarrllol troubledwith
with catarrllol catarrh of 5155n for over a ear T TheCeders The TherretiM TheJ
Ceders nerd J woad 118ft 110 to tkm gh aD opo opoff1IdDw aperatis
rretiM bn t I onus d uummtmtm ed t tFavorite we Dr Pis PieftI IPa m
Favorite Pa ftMeriettfte estf icand GeUea GelOesed Bseitcsl > Ie DIll Dteand DIllLada8 D mD is iststioi
JIifII Lada8 Tabka114 tsbtetsudAtsWe tsbtetsudAtsWesad AIItieqItic AIItieqIticaDd
and Healing BeaU Support Ssppoditories ortem Now I am com completely COIBplflel thinpletety ¬
pletely cured miter fter using inr six i iPterces bottles of DrPierres Dr DrJ
Pterces J rces medicines I am glac glacone lad r t to 0 say his weth7lfe medi medicnr
one b9 Bd M 8M a sew wan wanWesk W WWeak wa waWeak
Weak and fck kk women ate invited to toaawault tot tooaas
aawault oaas dt t Itr Dr1Pieta 1L Ptotce Buffalo N Yby Y Yby YI
by lrttttr lrttttrDr attiwMe urtter yVrif yVrifDr
Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets are easy easynd 1and ersrryand
and nd pjoigat 1 to take A At rlpiSt cst ejedive the e
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Text of otThose Those Adopted at theElMorlaamelt the theEncampment iheEIOIment
Encampment Held at Park ParkCHy ParkCity ParkCity
City This Week WeekroUowiiK Weekroue WeekVollowhtd
roUowiiK roue is 1 the text of the recoiu recoiuUOM reeoIuUOD8 resolutfaas
UOM adopted adopt at the G A B encamp caciuiipm ellCAJDPment encampmont
m mont nt at Park City CityRaaolved cSt cStved CityResolved
Resolved ved That the thanks of f this thl en encampmeat ea eaeamwme encsmpmeitt
campmeat lt are u due and are hereby ten tender tend teadived
der d dived d to tit the mayor ma and other city c1tyclala om omciala oiftcl
ciala to tothe the patriotic > t otle people to the theoze teach taacbem teachu4pupI
em and u4pupI pupUa of the public schools achoolato chooUanf chooUanfto and andG
to the theCity Haacoek H P od odCity G A R It of Park ParkCity
City for their eordial and ncl handsome re re receptto rece
ceptto ce ttoa and > ntrrt tpMmr aunt t of the GrandArmy Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army of the Republic Bet at this their theirirsstrosNehept annual annualBt annualPIo
irsstrosNehept Bt BtWfmnttOt
WfmnttOt i m r1caa War Veterans VetanumIteaorred VeteraaMIetI VeteransResolved
Resolved etI Thatwe that we appreciate the parttaken part partof parttaken
taken 1ft ear re otioft I oar cemJIIIIIea cemJIIIIIeaof cosu r rof
of the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericankfndneaa war en enkindness ud tIae tIaeitndIIMe
kindness and courtesy they have always alwayaahown alwa alwaMown alwaysshown
Mown to the old soldiers ftII of fthe f the war of ofthe ofJhe ofthe
the rebellion that we extend ion to them m aseWeriy a aUUerly aeet
UUerly greeting eet and egpreaa the hope hopeand hOpeand
and belief that they will take takeeand ke up upcarry and andcarry
eand carry 8 on the a work of teaching patrtottom patrtottomand
and nd of of heaorln aH 0 aefettaers aefettaerscountry i1r5 of our 011Ieountry ourcountry
country after ft w we have ft been mastered tUN out outof outof
of our earthy sissies and into the Grand GrandAnny GNe4Aray GrandAraty
Anny be beyond = the desk ark tivsWarps rK Jbc JbcWS r rHeaolved I
WS 8f orps orpsBoh OrpsResolved
Resolved Boh That our warmest e thank aredue are aredue
due to the noble and patriotic woman womanthe n nladies of ofthe etthe I
the Women a Belief corn and of the theauxiliary
ladies of tb G Grand y fer their work workauxiliary WCIIkauxiliary
auxiliary M t that of the UM Imo that we webid webid
bid them God speed and nd ask that they theywin theywiN theYwill wel
win not eeafc their JNdrIOGd rood work until the thelaot IIaelut thelast
last old whiter 80IcU Ja J sphered to bill final finalrest ftoalrest 0DaI1 0DaI1reat
rest restOld restOId 1 10IcI
Old Ssldlsrs n ldtmn Mat KemlMMi X aborts of ft A X ZResolved XReeolved L Lved
Resolved ved The That w we send our fraternal fraternalareetino fraternalgrmmnro
areetino 1 to tt the hundreds Cold of t oW eoJdiera eoJdieraof soidierS
of the war of the rebellion re1 e1hon residing tellidiJICthis residingthis In Inthis
this atat IItate who have not yet enrolled enrolledthemaelvM enrolithemaelnli enrolledthemselves
themselves In an an organhution orgaNasttotherm and nd inrite inritethem I Ithe
them the each eb and all U U 10 > no longer delay delayjoining delayjoInlN delayjoining
joining our rank r nu and a helpta bohilag u WI m our ourpatriotic ourpatriotic ourpatriotic
patriotic work and peMtUna tang u u more moreeffecUveiy moreeffectiyely moreeffectively
effectively to help helpVuorasas them themReeolved
Vuorasas 110 PQr 0I6IIra 0I6IIraReEohed 3d rates ratesReeohed
ReEohed That we aaain urge pertworn pert oRer eesa eesainnderp
innderp er and o our comrades generally w wfar tofar
far farworn IIreeUIe informs informspublic to be beworn
worn at on a all n our parades andinforms and nd public ap apDearances appeeraae appearance
Dearances peeraaePublic
Public Schools BcheolsResolved kheolaRMolved SchoolsRevolved
Revolved That we 8 regard ourcpmmeo ourcpmmeoschool our r co co8daoot c
school system as one of tee teeAmerican bulwark infiwsaksr extadsanf extadsanfin of ofAmerican ofAmerica
American Institutions and a we condemn cnadelltnin
1 in the sweugs sIMusjest t term a ay y attempt U lMpt by byany 1t7any byany
any parson party or i institution to link JbnttIta linkits 011 011its
its usefulnes IliefoI ss or or to impair Rs eff efttdeney efttdeneyResolved ciencY ciencYPmmaasa
Pmmaasa 0 DalResolved OaaLRResolved
RResolved Resolved That we congratulate cmgratulateLilted the theUnited theUaftecl the1amaaat
United States Stat of jmericaon CILOft tw on aecu securinr ecurlDlthe ecurlDlthehe lug lugwill the theI
I Panama canal whjfeh he h on completion ceeeplotledhconnect will wiQconnect wtUCOtIMCt willthe
connect the two t fyratt oeeaM ffl5iii ffl5iiiarea epee epees pen t teesomoree
area grant bttaay W hway s for f or te tha temmerce ce of the tMMar thewerU
world and advanec Mar country countryvery to t the thevery thever7
very forefront of nations natlonaPe nationsPensieas MUoDsResolved
Pe Pensieas PensieasResolved iaens iaensResolved
Resolved That we endorse end the t recent recentPension reeeataae recentpdsnsion
Pension age order of the c Hmleioner eeaami eeaamipensions < W 1 1pe
Ipeoriieesruon pe pensions Ho K F Ware < and especial especialand especialhr pedal
hr endQrse and e earnestly fB ttiy urge the theof peas paasm peasof
ffJIIIII of Rte peDaion service bill now nowa psd psda i
m a coaaress
coaaressMilitary Military 5 edges lM1MRee9lvs edgesResolved dg s sResolved
Resolved That we are opposed to the therepeal tileI therepeal
repeal I of the act of congress es ellS approved approvedSept approved approvedSeptT approvedept
Sept SeptT S 180 1 which permits perm the a officer officerand offteenand flcers flcersand
and enHsted Mated men of the army 7 and an nary naryof
of f the United Stateh who are re properf properfentitled PIOPerVenattled properly
entitled to wear on all occasion occasionscereiony occasionceremony or orthe
ceremony the distinction badges adopted adoptedby adoptedby
by aMtttary societies of men who served servedin sera seraIn
in the army or navy of the United States Statesin Statein
in the war ar of the revolution th Ole war of of1SU o
1512 and the war of the tit rebeUlenIItah rebellion rebellionTftmb rebeWonlftah
Tftmb IhdagsAfen DIll ia GongrsM GongrsMVhereae 00Dp 00DpWherea OongrsssWhereas
Whereas Our representatives IEP JltatiVeti in con congresw conr congress
gresw r M Hon Thomas learns ealDa and HonReed Hon HonRood Ho HoRfOtd
Rood Smoot United Untt State States senators ana anaHon aadHon andHon
Hon Joseph J epb Howells member r of con congress CODgresJ eosgresa ¬
gress have ha ve been very rJ active and effi efficient elflclfnt efficient ¬
cient in the matter of procuring 8 the el allowance ellowan 1 1IQwanf
lowan lowance e and increase Ino of pensions from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the government for many of our worthy worthycomrades worthYomnutf8 orthy
comrades who but for the a powerful help helpof hel helof r ro
o of these honorable o gentlemen would net nelhave nethave nthave
have have been able boable to secure from fro the nation nationtluy natJOftthty nationthey
they saved the pecuniary help they so sogreatly sogreatly i igrfatl
greatly n needft d and an richly deserved deservedResolvwl de deservedResolved I IResohfd
Resolved That this state encampment encampmentof
of Q the O A R spanking for the thou thousand tOOuttnd thousand ¬
sand old soldiers of the war of the th rebel rebellion re rebellion l llion ¬
lion now residing in Utah hereby e etion extends ea eatetldli >
tends l tbost ottt ea earnest tad d cordial thanks I Iour toour
our said representatftea in CO IJana IJanafxprese corrects end endexpresses
expresses tu them our grateful teluJ apprecla appreclaUon
tion of their kindly ffrjloee ffrjloeeResolved services servicesResolved I IRefIOlved
Resolved That we cherish the hope hope that thatthe tbtthe that
the patriotic efforts of our friends frlen frlenbe will willbr willbp
br continued until every old soldier In InItah Inttah inttah
ttah who deserves and needs a pension pensionahull penatoashaH pensionshall
shaH bare same allowed him htmResolved himResolM
Resolved That conies co cold colddo pin of these resolu resolutions fetIOJutlo rtw lu ¬
tions tlo L be bv b the officers of this depart department departI departIment department ¬
ment presented pr8t resented > nted to Messrs herd Kearns the Smoot SmootThanks otand
and Howells IfPoweils and aiM fUIJ furnished the Pr PrTJIaDb presS presSThanks
Thanks to Bathing O OftcezB OftcezBResolved sera seraResolved i iRfiolvM
Resolved That th the thanks tlip ks of the en encampment enspmttme ¬ i il11Dl
spmttme campment l11Dl t are hereby e tendered tendered to our ourtlrlnlf re retjfrinsr todrin
tjfrinsr tlrlnlf drin > t officers for their patrloth triotk and ef efficient effident efficient ¬
ficient services during du dud their yearly term termof Ullaof termof
of office now ne about to expire expireRespectfully explrRepeetfuny expireRespectfully
Respectfully submitted A H Fuel Fuelli Fuel Fuelling et etlinsr
ling li J M Bowman J K Bishop Thom Thomas Tb Tbas ¬
as Maloney t > M Mtaighn committee committeeSan committeenQO committeeTBOQPS
nQO ftUtr AWT t NSan
San Francisco June 22 22The The Fiat FI t and andSecond andSfcond andSecond
Second battalions of the Tenth infantry infantrywill IhfliDtryw11 infantrywill
will leave the Presidte on July 1 f for w Fort FortL FortL
L 1 L wton ton n ° ar r Seattle and Fort Wright Wrightner WribtI Wrighnear
near t4I ffpokane fp ksne They will atop fa rout routeto routto routto
I to participate in the maneuvers of the thetroop t ttroope
troop of the tho e department d de rrtm rtment ent or the Cohiatbia Cohiatbiaand Celabiaand Colustbiaand
and the Oregon state to militia at AmericanLake American lQfrteaALake AmericanLake
Lake near n r Tacoma TaCO which bleh will continuefrom continue continuefrom eonUDUefrom
from July 7 to July 3 JThe 3The tThe
The Third battalion of the th Tenth regimnt regl regltn
tn mnt 111 > ni t wi nil remain rm8 ill here until the middle oftr of ollir ofIr
lir Ir bciore Ltln going g ing to Walla Walla WallatUflKSXCCD VaasUDO1 Val Val11
San Sa n Antonio Anto Tex June ne St 4Tbe The Demo Democratic ThmoI Democrattc ¬
cratic state stn ta convention today endorsed endorsedthe eD
I the th eanatoacy of Parker Seaetora It BaUey faileyI BsU y yat
I at 1 OulbTtson pad nd J Judge J T H Ssaj SsajMr l1MaJtJ
I Mr tr uf ibede1eass tbede1e tbede1eSL the deleatesgtes M 4pn 4pnSL itrgnig itrgnigSL
SL Louis convention
Annual Qutiag Ottti BH 11 f Out litbers Mem Members rl rlhers ¬
i I
HMAVY 1r1U VY cowai OOXJaf irarjnrw oosoura oosoura20R Q QFOX
Odd Fellows Iow from all over the state ateco statcoadregated statecongregated 55
congregated co sated yesterday at Caatilla CastttaSprings CaatillaSprhfcgs cuttl1SP1WP
Springs for their annual outing Mere Morethan Meret Merethan
than t 1M0 1 persona were weretertalned entertained at atthe attile atthe
the summer resort Special trains were wererim weretrOIn werertsn
rim from Eureka Park City Ci Ogden OgdenBinaiiam OcdenBInPa OgdenBinghaat
Binaiiam BInPa and other placief p ply to catch < the thespecial thetipeClal thespecial
special that left Salt Lake Qt Gift yes yesterday yeste yeste ¬
te terday afternoon From Ewefca alone mopem alones aIoneptInon
m ptInon s attended the W big doings doingsof 401ft
of the Odd Fellows FellowsAt FellowsAt
At the springs 8 > rin the tbecrowd crowd eras wa enter eotertabned entertained eatertalned ¬
tained by a ball game various va a athletic athleticcontests athletiocontests tltkd tltkdcontests o
contests aad 4 a tramp up Spanish Fork Forkcreek rorkcreek Forkcreek
creek A number also enjoyed eq yed the day daytoy dyby dayby
by fishing ftaI at the cold spring s half a amile aJD amile
mile below Castllla Spring The newbalk new newbath newbaUt
bath house and pool at the resort wasthrown was wasthrown wa watJarowDopen
thrown tJarowDopen open for the excursionists excursionistsAmong e eAJnon ezeursbvisteAmong
Among AJnon the athletic event were wereball w wauf a aball
ball fame auf and glens and womens tug tugio
io 01 ofwar ofwarA < war warA
A targe number of peraoas pe were weeent pies present pieseat ¬
ent from the Sanpete valley ProvoA ProvoAm Provo ProvoAmerican
American A Mp1cal1 Am lean Fork FOfk aid al d Springvflle SpringvflleW1U 8pJiaavWelVU1 BpdSSVIUOWm
W1U WmAccording Build uiWAccording l > em Deyet DeyetAccording
According to the Denver Den Pest X D > H HMoffat HMoffat HMoffat
Moffat will build a depot of Us own ownfor ownfor ownfor
for the Denver Northwestern Northw 2 k Pacificroad PacificJO Pacific Pacificroad
road It is said that be use diasatis diasatisfled d U Ufted is isfied
fled with the proposition made py the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union depot people at Denver that he hewld heFOUld held
FOUld wld ld enter their depot de with the same sameivileges ameH1vllepe samevikges
ivileges as other roads He Ieto hi paid ealdto paidto
to have objected to paying I the rental rentaltt relttalnL9m tal tala
nL9m tt 9fl a year r for the privilege Ac According Accarding c ccwcIIng ¬
cording to the report the site of the thenew thenew thenew
new depot at Denver has been selectedby selected selectedhy ted
hy 1 Mr Moffat at Fifteenth aad Del Delfaay DelItreet
faay 317 streets streetsWithin streetsosiaosa
ItreetJor l
osiaosa For JorWiWn Ywlwsts YwlwstsWithin
Within the next thirty days 7iteeimlian 7iteeimlianmenta consign consignments danugnmente ¬
ments that will prowaMy J reach ftMpouncla BMM BMMOW IN
OW 9 pounds will begin begin beginto to arrive for thetows the thetowit thetOW1t
tows of Kewhoitse Hew oue The Theoensigmnts Theoensigmntswill eeoafCBments eeoafCBmentswill nts ntswill
will include a manuneUt 111 eencentrator eencentratormaterial eGQCeI1tratorJAteril concentrator concentratorMaterial
material for fora a power plant t a t to tk mineand mine mineand mineand
and milto and a Uuw largo amount of sup supplies supplies ¬
plies Great interest Is i heing taken take inlire in inthe intile
the branch read of the San Pedro fromPrieco from fromFrisco fNaJPrIIICO
Frisco to the town of Newhsnge Ne Itis It ItIs Itla
Is ever this line which i Is hsli being built 1NI1tby builtby euiitby
by Samuel Newhouae that the con consignments CODaipment eoaaignmente ¬
signments will go goBeJlroad goasitld
BeJlroad attra4E rheas JTotesBL rheasE
E W Clark of Callentep caU caUt arrived nt nttelt InSalt
Salt t Lake City yesterday JtgTh tie it III stt Ms hisway Msway laiaway
way to the Tonopah distrtotxon ttus ttusSuperintendent bu buSupermtenclent business
ness nessfiuperlntendent
Superintendent of M 1Io < jy ive ijt Power p + wor 7 J PDunn P FDvnn PDmn
Dunn of the Oregon cwe Short Line LJ e e to at atOmaha aOmaha atOmaha
Omaha atte attending a meetof meetin of tile tbearriman tilee therhitendenta
rhitendenta e of moUYe power of tn tnR the
Randma arriman flue ImesR flueR
R T > Ooverdale chief eleril lerk te thecar the thecar
car ear accountants acre nt nts office of the tIMSltort OregonShort Oregon OregonI
I Short Line left ft hist evening e far tG a ten tendays teadas tendays
days vacation at Los Angeles AngelesThe A AngelesThe lea leaThe
The Vernal Express says that there thereis thereIe thereIS
is a probability that the tftntnh countyrailroad county countyrailroad
railroad may change cban e the government governmentpost PflmmentpoIIt governmentpost
post and agencies from Price to Camp
Gulch A scouting party left the tb post postdaring poetdaMe postduring
daring the week to look over otb the situ situetion altuation situation
ation and nd the cost of construction on tlUettoIL Tb Tbroad The Theroad TIMroad
road it if i said will iIJ be completed c next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month Should the new route he need needthe Ithe usedthe
the end of the road will he eemabinlike noinetlihig noinetlihiglike n nlike
like sixtyfive sixty = five miles from the post postwhile poetbile postwhile
while bile the present connection la Ninety Ninetyfive nuety nuetyfive Jiliaetyave
five miles It is also reported that thatmany thatman thatmany
many man changes are about to take place placeIon Placeon
Ion on the road and that It may ay be ox extended oxtended oxtended ¬
tended toward VernalG Vernal
G E Wilson on yesterday assumed theoMee the theoffice theofllce
office of division clerk for the Short ShortLine SbortLine fnt fntLine =
Line at Ogden > n to which he wan appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed the first ftllltof of the week Q W WDallimore fIfDaUtmore WDallimore
Dallimore of Ogden sites el l o tef Left t last lastV1 scen scenind ev a atng
tng > for Pocatello where he is to take takeMr takeMr takeMr
Mr Wilsons former position Uon of ofclerk thisclerk chief chiefclerk
clerk in the shops shopsTired sboPlleTired shopss
Tired s Tired TiredTired
Tired Titt t one word tells tellstsfeg tellswhole tellsw
> tsfeg whole w tOry No restNo rest restNo reslNo
No comfort All tired out outFortunttely outFortunately outFortunately
Fortunately physicians physlciinsknow
know about Ayer Sarsa Sarsajptrilla Sarsaptrill
a aParilla
= jptrilla ptrill They TheYPrescribe prescribe it for forfexhtustion forxhaustion forxhau
fexhtustion xhau anemi a o otioMkmitsIotd
tloti tnemiat TiS TiSHotel
Hot8lO Hot8lOI Hotel Knuts ford fordr
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lIf Maw 4ieC11Jt ta ell us a aaM
1 r raems eisgNseers single and aMwftIa en envestas ft
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