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THE TSALTLAKEI1ERALThTESDAYOCTOBER SALT LAKE HERALD 1LTESDA y OCTOBER lS 1904 3
ElECTION DAY DAYJUDGES DAYJUDGESNAMED
JUDGES JUDGESNAMED JUDGESNAMEDTwo NAMED NAMEDTwo
Two Republicans and andOne One Dem Democrat Democrat
ocrat in Each District DistrictLIST DistrictLIST
LIST A ALMOST MOST COMPLETE COMPLETEt
I t tAPPO
t r APPO PPoiIBth NTIDUiTS ANNOUNCED DY DYCOUNTY BYCOUNTY
COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSt
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The county ommlsaloncnI yesterday yesterdayappointed yestcrdaiappoj
appointed appoj the following juag judges Cot the thearIou i iYnrloul
Ynrloul arIou eJf election > JIon dJstrlCts distrI t The first ftrsttwo I
to judge 1n each dlstrret are Repub RepubIican
lieams and the latter a Democrat DemocratFirst DemocratFirst
First DistrictH WYan V Van Pelt IL L Isi IsiAtwood 1 1At
At Atwood wood William VilU m Na71or Na71orecond NayloriecOfld
econd Distrtctoi DIstrIcticho1aa < holu Anderson
C H Ting Tingey > y C R Robbins RobbinsThird flobbinsThird
Third DllltrItChorles H Vl1cken Vl1ckenJ
J lI Ra Rasmussen mU6MCn D F Co1Jett Co1JettFoUrth CollettFourth
FoUrth DlstrlctJ B 13 ValJdey H J
Smith O S Va1sh WatsbFifth Va1shFifth
Fifth Di9trictC E ChrI8tenlkn J J
F WQlI Wo1Jey r E M r Weller WellerSixth eller ellerSixth
Sixth DistrictGeorge B Margelts
F T Klger Charles K Roland RolandSenonth RowandSeventh
Seventh DlstrtctP A Dlx Gomer
ThomaH lIIando Pratt PrattEighth PrattEg1ith
Eighth DlstrlctJ DistrictJesse sse G Campbell
D P Kingsbury W V A Huglt Hugites HugitesNinth I IInth
Ninth Inth DistrictFreel B8 BHsett tt J V
Buckle H THarpel THarpelTenth T Harper HarperTenth
Tenth DistrictAdam Proctor Ernst irntirs
Bj irs H A Reeve ReeveI1eenth ReeveFleveIth
I1eenth DistrictGeorge C Buckle BuckleE
A E Elder J H Walcott WalcottSecond a1cott a1cottSecond
Second W Ward WardTwelfth rd rdTwelCth
Twelfth DlstrtctV E JenkJns A ANldham Aeedham
Nldham eedham George M Bridwell BridwellThirteenlh ErldwelIThirteenth
Thirteenth DIstrIctB Jf i 511w nn c
E 1 Dav Davey y Walter E Scare ScareFourlenth SettreFourteenth
Fourteenth DIrlctAlex Buchanan BuchananIucnea Buchananlitrenee
Iucnea Co Cowan an G 13eore 0t3e E Burbldgllt BurbldglltFifteenth NurbidgeFfteenth
Fifteenth DI5trlctLycurgu Wilson Wilsont
t William ilJlam E Wood HJ H 1 Walk WalkAiF ValkoJ
J ixt lxteenth nth DlstrlctWllllam Pfcker PfekerI
1 IIIJ S G Snxman George Bate Batecnteenth Bateseventeenth
cnteenth Dl5trictGeorge Watson Watsonaines Vat90name
ame aines uatham jaA J A G Glauque GlauqueElghtetmth GiuqueEighteenth
Eighteenth Di DIstrictB trlctE J Eardley Eardleyobert
1 obert Watson Thomas Winter WinterNineteenth VlnterlneteQnth
Nineteenth DilltrllA C Thom ThomJl Thornlames
Jl lames me Hsgu T R Horne HorneTwentieth HomeTwentieth
Twentieth DlstrletCh11rles P Mr Mrlftt8 Margnttt
lftt8 II B B ClawPOn William MeLach MeLachTwentyflrnt cLach cLachIan
Ian IanTwentYfirst
TwentYfirst rtrictJ > F Corker
1 1 M I Bene ntt Dr C C W WTwentysecond VNuJl li lirentyeMnd
rentyeMnd DisttictJames Rae
f A i Moore Thomas E Ta Taylor TaylorTwentythird lor lorTw
Tw Twentythird ntythlrd Dl DistrictDan trlctDan Gamble GambleMrs GambleMrs
Mrs B F Jones Byron West WestTwentYfourth WestTwentyfourth
TwentYfourth D1 trldaeorge C Can Canlung n ntling
lung sr L I E lI4lhle Joseph Evans EvansTwenty EvaneTwentyfifth
Twenty Twentyfifth fth DistrictHenry E EJalJ
JalJ lawIIiigg Thomas P Billings Hen HenGuler Henry
4 Quiver 1w Twentynlxth nt 8Ixth DistrictF D Ru RuLber RuLberford l I her herfol4l
ford T J Reamer Thomas E TOnes TOnesThird JbnesThird
Third Ward 1VardTwel WardTwez4yeenth
Twel Twez4yeenth tY tenth Dst1fetiU1e R
raylor Charles Lawrence A E Hd HdTweontyelghth Hyde HydeTwen
Tweontyelghth Twen tyel ghth Diatrltl1 Distret S Tin Tingy rhlJY
JY J 7 G lVe 1reityr v r 1 TcoI < ml F Grover OloelTWfntyninth GroverTwontynlnth
TWfntyninth Dlstrlt DistrktHarotd tHatolc1 tHatolc1S1 B BSleator
S1 Sleator ator C W I L SteVl118 John G Felt FtltThirtieth FeltThirtieth
Thirtieth DlstrictH J T Shimming
J A FItrdley John H Back BackThirtYflr Backrhirtyarat
ThirtYflr l Dl DlstrletZ lrictZ S Derrick A
1 K Kesler sler lL H Wlt ValtprP ValtprP1hlrteond qa qaThlrtyseeond
1hlrteond Distllct DhtrictWIlIjani WIJJlam HaH HaHJohn HallJohn
John Perkins Stephen T Nt Newman NewmanThirty > wrnan wrnanThirtythin
Thirtythin Thirty third DistrictJolm Stowe Stowelliam StoeWilliam
William lliam L Leathain athftm William Selley jr jrThirtyfourth JrThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth DI9tflcl DitfIetWjlijam DitfIetWjlijamMillan Wj1liom M Ml11an
Millan l11an Stanley lI Hanks Harry Hay HaywHod flayv
wHod v iiiid
wHodhht iiiidhIrtr4ltuI
hht hIrtr4ltuI th cJDrltrif rl i imes iizi iizi1mes
1mes mes Watson VAt8o E 6 A Rld Rjdl RjdlThtrtyslxtl l
Thlrtystxt11 11rldOeor Dbctrlcteorg f A Da PaWilliam
1 William illhun HOhuan HyrulU 1 I 101 101nm el el1on1
nm
Fourth Ward WardThirhICEentk WardThirtysventh
ThirhICEentk DI DlstrlctR trt < lR R In
df dbn nJ J AEn5P A1vufs F CoiII CoiIIThlrtfI C Moyh MoyhThirtvrlghth
ThlrtfI Thirtvrlghth hth DistrictJohn P l1or l1orrif Morris
rif Frank K Al awrence wr nCf George F Felt FeltThirtyninth ifItThlrtl1inth
Thlrtl1inth DistrictR R Romney RomneyJ
J A H B Ukhard Richardson on It R F Ne Nesith NesithFortieth lln llnFortieth
Fortieth DlatrlctJOHel h Johnson L Ln LR
n R WeUs Vel1 D R Lyon LyonForlllrst LyonFortyfirst
Forlllrst DI DIetrlctS rlctS W Anderson AndersonFred on onJirpd
Fred Buahi Luclan A Ray RayFortYHeOnd RayFortysesond
FortYHeOnd Dlstrlct DistrlctW S Hler Higrl8Tfl
ham D A A1J1eelc J D Ow Owen Owenb n nFortthI
b FortthI Fortythhd DistrlctE L I Header Headerf ender enderson
f son F H Hyde VlIliam LMr1 LeryPifth 1 1Fifth
Fifth Ward WardlortyfoUlt WardFortyfourth
lortyfoUlt h Dlstrfctcharles De DeIdsey DcMcIey
Idsey R G Schutder J J V Duncan DuncanFortfifth DuncanFortyfifth
Fortfifth Dl DistrhtF tiI tF J Johns n S
13 Westerfield YesterfieldS S F Keraha KerahaFortysixth RershawFortysixth
Fortysixth DJetrictJ E BeverIdge BeverIdgeW
W E Cou18rit Alex MeMaster MeMasterFortyseventh Ic iaster iasterFortOseentl1
FortOseentl1 DletrtctA IL Kel Kelson ICe ICeson
son J John obn Jn Knight kt lsne 5811 5811FortyeI SsriFortyeighth
FortyeI Fortyeighth hth DilltrictH E Cole Coleharl ColeCharles
Charles harl e C C Crlm Crimson on Thomas V W1 W1jams WIlhams
jams jamsJ hamsFortyninth
Fort Fortyninth ninth DislrlctM C Phillips Phillipsi4
11 i4 J Charles Gooospeed J R Winder Jr JrFiftieth
S Fiftieth Dlstrtct DistrfctW1lI1m ran Doxer DoxerGf DoxeyGeorge
Gf George > orge V Wood M 1 s uita uitaFiftyfirst Lindsay LindsayFiftyfIrst
Fiftyfirst DistrictA L Slmondl F FB FB
B Platt WlIIIam Beatti BeattiFittYIe BeattyFiftysecond
FittYIe Fiftysecond ond Dl trletWiUlam E ERaines Bflames
flames Dem Republicans not ap apIuinted apPointed
Pointed PointedY
Y Country Districts DistrictsFiftthlrd D1StiiCFiftythird
Fiftthlrd Fiftythird DlstrlctJ E Jane lL lLChriftopherson MChthtopberson
Chriftopherson Finte Finley Brooks Brookslftytourlh BrooksFiftyfourth
lftytourlh < DlstrlctL C Manger Mangerv rarlgfrWllIaad
WllIaad v I ha rd Chaistophers n John Gabbot GabbotA
4 4A
A DuTY WOMEfJ OWE THEMSELVES THEMSELVESGood
Good action speak lXa t louder than words wordsso
so too do does g th the testimony of many thou thouand thousand
and of women during a athird afl1L
fl1L third of a century spcnk spcnkloudcr spraklouder
louder than mere claims claimst10t claimsuot
t10t backed by a guarantee guaranteeof u URnlee URnleeof
of some kind That is istbe isi9
i9 the rea reason n wh why the piO piOpri poprietors
pri prietors tors of Dr Pi Pierces PiercesFavorite rees reesFavorite
Favorite Prescrip
tion are wiJJi willing to toot toofier
ot ofier tsoo oo reward rcwudfr
fr women Wh who can canrot
rot bt cured Such Sucha Suchrmarkable
< a Tmarkable offer offeri
v i f0111ded on the theI
I long r rd of cures curesof curesthr
of th thr diseases and anduaknesses andweaknesses
weaknesses pecu peculiar pecijto
liar to women If Iftbere Ifthere
there is an invalid inalidoman invalidwoman
woman oman ufftrit1J front female weakness weaknessp wcahnesspoiapcu
p poiapcu ojaTCu or fa11ing of womb or from leu leuCrThCa leucrrhra
CrThCa who ha hac ued Dr Pierces Favorite J1avoriterrpscription FavoritePrescription
Prescription without complete success the theproprietors thepropnetors
proprietors of that medicine would like to toiar
h1r iar from such personan personand it rill bc to
IJ hicr r advantage to write them as they offer
in p perfect rfect good faith a reward of offor oo
for any case of the above maladi maladies whIch whIchthey whichthey
they cannot cure No other medicine for forwoman forwomans
woman ills is possessed of the unpual
Itted cumthc properties rop rties that would war warTant werrant
rant it makers 1U making such nn offer offerTh offcr1hv
Th 1hv Sist Sisters r of tb the Ctod Sl1 Sheberd Wt rd 31 their theirCOU theirconvent
COU convent 1Jt Our Lady of th the Woods Carthage CrthogeOhio CarthageOhio
Ohio use n great deal or Dr Pierces medicincs
I AJ tb they y say in a recent letter to Dr Pierce We
b beg g to assure you of th the < great rcat ben hearSt it these
t t medicines Shoe our 8i1i niliug ones We Vc cannot cannotJiufficienUy cannotsufficiently
sufficiently r recommend ommenc1 their cce excellence excellenceWhen ence enceWh
Wh When n the druggist says ys he has same sametbing something
thing that is as good as Dr PiercesFavor
it ito Prescription just tell him Theres Theresnothing Theresnothing
nothing just as good He 81ys so became beClusehe
he hopes to make a better profit but his Msown
0 own J1 mixtures have not stood the test of oflong oflong
long experience and SUCCCI6 that Doctor DoctorPierces
Pierces medicines have Then too many manypatent I
patent tent medicine medicines advertised u tonics con conI I
I tam large qUanutie ofnlcohol Dr Pierce PJerceguarantees Pierceguarantees
1 guarantees that his Prescription docs
1 110 1101 contain no particle of alcohol alcoho1Dr alcoholDr
Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad AdiscrriCl1t Adviserseut
iscrriCl1t on T receipt ceipt of 021 21 onecent stamps stunpsfor stampsfor
for a copy in paperI paper z stamps in cloth bind binciinR binding
inR A AddressDr dresDr RV Pierce Buffalo NY NYIt
It i is 8 go04 thing to keep Dr Pierces
Pleasant tel1cts in in the house O Oiic PeUef PeUefaluatiYe Pehlej
j aluatiYe two a mild cathartic
li Ffftyfifth t1ty fir th Dll DitrthtITisthmfdid DitrthtITisthmfdidC tJrl tIJ
C P Ranch James Ring RingFitt RingFittyslth
Fitt Fittyslth Slxth District DistrictA A A FUl1 Fuller r J JC I
C CIo Clowas es H I l Garft Ganf GanfFlftyseveutji
Flftseveli Flftyseveutji DjstrICl DJstrlcJosph oseph suth SutheranaIsaac =
eriana eranaIsaac I saac Mo1 Mozgan 8n M 1L 1Wler 1WlerFJtfyelglith MiUerFlftyegiith I
FJtfyelglith DIstrlctJ A Wright VrIbhtsr
sr 2 Peter Gordon Gord n R Garllsle GarllsleJHynlntb qarllsleIlftynInth
JHynlntb DistrIctoN DIstrIct 1 rlckson EiickonJames rlcksonJamf
James GOdtrc H E Howe HoweSixtieth RoweSixtieth
Sixtieth DistrictReynolds Cahoon CahoonEmil CahoonEmil
Emil Erickson A Shaw ShawSixtyfirst ShawSixtyfirst
Sixtyfirst DistrJctNephl lcClealJ McClearyChristian lcClealJChristian
Christian Stevenson M E Callahan CaUahauSixtysecond CallahanSixtysecond
Sixtysecond DistrictGeorge Har Harper
per Hyrum Ncllson Francis McDon McDonuld McDonaid
aid
Slxtyth Sixtythird rd DistrictJohn Olson A AL AL
L Thomas jr Peter Gra GraSixtYfourth Gray GraySixtyfourth
SixtYfourth DlstrictSeVAn Lid Lldholm LidhoIm
holm LocUn Roach Minnie Roach RoachSlxlyt1tth RoachSIxtyfifth
Slxlyt1tth DI DhtrIctFranklln lclIrrankl1n Webb WebbCharles WebbCharles
Charles Colbrook Leander Butler ButlerSIxtysixth ButlerSixtysixth
SIxtysixth DfstrictJ H Walker Walkersr
sr David E Jonas John A Berrett BerrettlxtJseenth Berrett3Ixtyseventh
lxtJseenth DlstriCtR WhitL WhitLDein Vhit VhitDemRepu111lcans
DemRepu111lcans Dein Republicans not yet appointed appointedSixtyeighth appoIntedSbttyeIghth
Sixtyeighth DislrIctNells Poulson PoulsonFrank PoulsouiFrank
Frank God DavId DowdIng Jr JrSixtyninth JrShetynjnth
Sixtyninth DistrlctWlIltam Brand
0 V Despaln George DrJbargh DrJbarghSeveuUeth DrybarghSeveptieth
SeveuUeth DistrlctW1Ulam White WhiteAndrew vhlte1 vhlte1Andrew
Andrew Uckeloon Charles EllIs EllisSorentyfirst I
Soventy1Irst District Fred AI A AJaynes
Jnyne O V Bohn VnUum R Yell WellIngton
Inston InstonS IngtonSeventysecond j
S Seventysecond < weontse < ond DIstrict Thomas ThomasYau ThomasVaudry
Yau Vaudry ry J P Terry J R Allen AllenSetentythtrd I ISettntythirdDlst1lc
SettntythirdDlst1lc Setentythtrd DistrietChris hrls Larson LarsonJ
J It P Parry ilr George A Bills BUlsSeventyfourth BillsSeventyfourth
Seventyfourth DlstrictValenUne DlstrictValenUneSmith D lstrictValenUneSmith
Smith Hen Henry Crane L S H Bodell BodellSeventyftrLh BodellSeventyfifth
SeventyftrLh DistrictS L Howard Howardeth Howard3eth
eth 3eth Pbcton Edward OrgilJ OrgilJSeventy OrgillSeventyrlxth
Seventy Seventyrlxth Ixth DI DItrIctW rlctY HYar HYardie H War Wardie
die William H Holt J Jdhn bn Wheadon WheadonSeventyseventh 0 0Seventyseventh
Seventyseventh DistrIctJohn A Arlet4George AyIettGjorge
rlet4George F Cooper A F Rund Rundquist Rundquist
quist quistSentY quistSeventyeighth
SentY Seventyeighth el1hth DlstrlctGeOfSQ A AGoff AGolf
Golf John Dunn John Larsen Jr Jrseventyn JrSeventyrninth
seventyn Seventyrninth inth DlstrlctY r 3 Spen Spencer
cere Samuel Gerrard John B Bring Bringhurst BrIngburst
hurst hurstEishtieth burstEightieth
Eightieth DistrIctFrank Hicks H H HJ I
J Gregerso C L Countr Counyypil CounyypilEightyflxn > JJl l lEishtYft
EishtYft DistrlctY EI HWood HWoodringJ Vood VoodrJngJT
rJngJT ringJ Tiean aan T H QuiITan QuiITanEightysecond QulilanEightysecond <
Eightysecond DIstrlct DltrictW L Crane CraneDem CraneDeni
Dem no Republicans yet appointed appolnteErtythlwDistrletAlfred appointedErgtthisd
ErtythlwDistrletAlfred Ergtthisd DistrictAlfred C Reid ReldIsaac ReidIsaac
Isaac WC W Coon on Peter Le L CheminanL CheminanLEightYfoutth CheminantE1ghtyfouth
EightYfoutth DistrJctR B D DLand Dc DcLand
Land John R It Neilsen W Lewis LewisEightYfifth LewisEightyfifth
EightYfifth DlstrlctDanlet McRae McRaeP
P t S Wilcher Henry L Bawden BawdenEightysixth
2 Eightysixth DistrictHenry Sutton SuttonEmilE SuttonEmil
EmilE Emil E S hoeneld Samuel Sudbu SudbuElght Sudhury SudhuryElghtyseenth
Elght Elghtyseenth s en th Dlstrfcf DistrictWilliam VUUatn H HIngham HIngham
Ingham Charles Palmquist John JohnCampbell JohnCampbell
Campbell CampbellEightyeighth
EIghtyeighth DlstrictiViJllam F FIurphy FMurphy
Murphy D BRlchards B Richards C M Soren Sorenson Soren3OiL i
son
S SElghtynint4
sonElghl Elghl Elghtynint4 nintb Districtlhpmas Nash 1 1O
O A ANinetieth R msem Tl1 od re T0151aSOft T0151aSOftNinetieth
Ninetieth DistrlctN Lunde L Chi Chidister 1 1dlster
I
dlster Walter Ya1t r Pike PikeNCnetyfirst PikeNfnetyfirst
NCnetyfirst DistrictIra DistrictIra J Rud RudJGseph Rud3 Rud3Joseph
Joseph Han Haneen en Charles t Fernstrom FernstromNlnetsecond FernstromNinetysecond
Nlnetsecond DistrictS G Pigman PigmanR
R O nritton Leo Erdman ErdmanJohn ErdmanJohn
John James count county clerk last wen
lag 109 notified aU the judges or their ap appointment appointmont
pointment and requests that they theyqUAlify theyquajify
qUAlify at once so that he ma may know If Ifthere Ifthere
there are any who calIlot serve serveVISl serveIsIis
VISl IsIis S Cl iT Y TODAY TODAYPresident TODAYPresident
President Simon Woolf I o B BB 8B
B Will Be Guest of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Jews JewsSimon JewsSimon
Simon Woolf of WashIngon hlngtn D PPresIdent c cJ
J PresIdent resdent oC the Constitutional Grn t1 >
l iOlge d of the Ordel of Bnal BrU1 and one onDof oneor
of the most pron prominent ntnt Jews In the 1rnr 1rnret1 IYnIt4 IYnIt4od
et1 Stat States is expected tonrrhe to arrive from Den Dener Denver
ver er early this afternoon via 1 the Rio
Grald WctHern estern Mr Ir Vool will be m met t
hr 47 1 J ree re ntliol1 soinmi llleeenSi ttseeelisI5tfngj UngCID of offleiIi t
neno fleiIi Cohn Jacob Morftz WmamoG WIILdm J
rUprg 111 mihd < 1 District Deputy William
Graul or B J F Pelxolt lodge No t1 t1J
J O B B Hp will f the guest of t1l t1llocltt the thelocal
local lodge t1urirtJ his visit visitlr vialLMr
Mr lr Wuol Is nutkhg a trip to the coast coastand OQatand
and fi h cQmblnlnJ pleasure with lt11 an In InwU InreetiatIon
reetiatIon wU tlon ottlte ord order r nfwhcn sir wlmk he is istbe Isthe
the head A Jnmhrt > nt ntoomeyIR attnrno Is the theCa theCapital
Ca Capital pi lIi I elty lb Mr Wooli has of late years yearsb yearsbeen
b been n drawn rwlt into public view through his hismtfrmPUlalion histntermskilatioii
mtfrmPUlalion in behalf of tilt Russian HisstanJew RussianJews
Jew with President Roosevelt > It It was he hewho hewho
who voiced the natronat Jewish protest ItolMlttter protestafter
after the Klshlneff horror Mr Voolf has haslso
180 fought for passport privileges for forHObr forHebrews
HObr Hebrews w3 In Russia RnuiaHis RussiaIIfs
His presidency began about CJh ix months monthsago monthsago
ago when ne succeeded L I N L Levy y at the theIntlers thelntters
Intlers datl1 dvatI He httMxttaI lisa attabted 1Cd some somepro someprornIpence
pro prornIpence lnee s an Author his bQ4t Jmon Jmonbook lnownbook
book pcrhaplf bt beilig > ing Htflty > t the Jew Jewin Jewlit
in the Clyll Var ar Durlnl1ft During M Stay in inDter litthivcr
Dter Mr Ir Woolf uoIC was the gu guestof toC AI AIfred Alfred
fred D duller rnltktle state pre preident preidentIOBB ldent
1 IOBB O H B >
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President Woolfs oolfs vl visit lt to Salt Lake Lakewill Lakewill
will probably be limited to the afternoon afternoonal1 afternoonand
al1 and J eventnr vIlI1 lIe I Ic fIt attfn ttntI the meet meetbU meetIng
bU of the local lodge tonight when mom memberg momhers
berg may have the OPIrtunltYIJlre opportunity greot greotlug < t tIno
lug blat He will probably lenvoV leavO1dnes leavO1dnesday dncs dncsday
day for San Francisco Franciacoa FranciacoREPUBLIOANS Francisco1EPUBLICANS a
REPUBLIOANS REGISTER TODA TODAY TODAYIf Y YIf
If you OU are not registered you cant cantI
I I v vote te for Roosevelt An entirf entirely Y new newre1IstraUon 1CWI
I re1IstraUon this year If in doubt as asto asto
to where to register ring up Repub1J Repub1Jean
can beadqua ieadquaters fers Bell phone 692 rnd rndphone Indphone
phone 27S1 27S1FAIR
otCti otCtiHF
HF FAIR AIR AND ANDFREEZING ANDFREEZINGThats FREEZING FREEZINGThats
Thats t1 the e Dope From the Weather VeatherRegulators WeatherRegulators
Regulators Office OfficeFair OfficeFair
Fair weather and freezing are re down downon
on the weather prophets books for or Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake today As both these cdftlon cdftlonCre enxdltionswere
were Cre tulfllled last night and 1urin luring the thesbort theshort
short hours after midnight there W WUttle I IlIttle
lIttle reason for doubtln doubting that It will willbe willbe
be wise to acknowledge the ar arlYal rlY l or orKin ofKing
Kin King I iCold old aDd act 8ccordln aceordinsiy aceordinsiyYeteIsys I IYt
Yt YeteIsys Iys intermittent snowfall al altbocsb althocgh
tbocsb It amounted to only alto1t a qual qualtel quarIcr
tel ot AlP s whwaa inch was theJJretlml thepretimhiry U7 blow blowtoAIIY blowto
toAIIY to Qfl d tasJons that might have td cxsted cxstedthat t tth
th that t tba w wstm rm westher tbr 0 or UtI thsiPt t few fewweeks fewweeks
weeks was to continue Visitors from rromCalifornia fromCalifornia
California and the coast generally looked lookedon
on yeatexs1ays e enlays little flurry UK quite a atreat atreat
treat att4r coming from me unusually unusuallyearly unusuallyearly
early raJn ra1nf I the Pacific SIOPto SIOPtoReportS slop slopReporis
ReportS from the south Indhte that lhatthe thatthe
the storm was scarcely Celt tM while whilefrom whilefrom
from the north romel word tJu thEt fhf the pre preclpU precipitatloli
clpU cipitatloli UOl washa s kt some parts more nlorothan tban a athird athird
third oC an m intIL intILIt iK1LPEACE
d It III IIIPEACE
r I
PEACE IMPOSSiBLE IMPOSSIBI IMPOSSIBRU3Sin IMPOSSiBLERussia
Russia to Prosecute the War to the theBittc theBitter
Bitter End EndaellDglqJt EndWasl1flgtqI
aellDglqJt Oct l7Count CasBlnl CasBlnlUte Casathitile
Ute RuStrklnJ Ruhakirt mbassador tonight relt reltenUed relteiated
enUed wlthgreat emphasis hAt he has hnsalready hasalready
already had occasion to soy several severolUrnes severaltimes
times re regarding arding intervention b by the tbepoels thepowers
powers t to conclude the war uThele uTheleI TheleIL
I IL be said uab absulutey > lutely opportunity nooPIJOrtunltyfor no opportunityfor
for intervention to stop the war RUB RUB2ia Rusala
ala proposes to prosecute the war to tothe tothe
the end and all offers or peace at thIs I Itime Itime
time must muetbe b r rJested rJestedPans j ted tedPArts
i inewed
PArts Oct 170wlng to the re renewed
newed suggestions In l leadIng English EncUshnewrpapers Englishnewhpitpers
newrpapers that the overhelmlng vIe vlctory vIetory
tory tory of Japan makes the time oppor oiportune
tune to propose mediation the foreJgl foreJglofUce foreigiottice
ofUce here says omaial InCoqnatioh infartnatiohshows
shows that Russia will not consider considermcdlotion considermediation
mediation frOnt any < lunrter whatever whateverbeing whateverbeing
being more than ever determined to tovlgoroufly tovigorouthy
vlgoroufly prose prosecute < ute Ute war ware warCE warCEIT
e
CE CEIT TT A MILE RATE BATEDenver
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DeD Denver er Cola Oct liThe We Western WesternPassenger t > rn rnPaseuger
Passenger pS50ciution has granted a aratQ arate
rate of 1 cent a mile for Ute Grand GranArmy GrandArmy
Army encampment to be held In Den Denver i iocr
ocr next summer summerSPANISH summerSPANISH
SPANISH i PRflICES ntCE S pEAD pEADMndlia DEAD DEADMadrid
Madrid Oct i7The Ch Infanfa tarla 3jarlaprincess tarlaDIIJ1N
DIIJ1N INCed princess ort1 of tht Astu Asturlvri AsturI
rlvri rI 1iter r cit KI King Alphr 1 flso o and wife wlCeor wifeof
or Prince hlth of Hourbon gap gapblrh gave11IIi
blrh to u 4l lOglilr tIda tidty and died diedtoday cuedtoday
today
REGISTER SURE SUREDUTY SUREDUTY
DUTY OF TODAY TODAYt TODAYCampaign TODAYCampaign
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Campaign C Committees Will WillH WillHave
H Have vea a Busy Day DaytAST Dayp DayLAST
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LAST CHAP CHANCE CE THiS MONTH
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WBAT T IS GO GOING G ON AMQNq AMQNqPOLITCIAts
POLITJCIANS POLITJCIANSPolitical POLITCIAtsolftlctil
Political olftlctil managers amcloush scanned sconnedthe scannedthe
the skies yesterday itfterhoon ttel 1 onand onandovenlng and andevening
evening In the hope of detecting omens omensOt omeimso
Ot o good weather for reslstrn registration on toda todaDr today todayDr
Dr Hyatt who mixes the weather for forthis r rthis
this section avcrs avers that today vUl be befair
fair and warm warmr r un a5surnftce assurithee that thatbro thatbrought
bro brought sht relief to those upon witom wiom falls fallsd fallstile
d tile e duty of Inducing the voter to make m8kepossible maketaissible
possible hIs casting 01 a freemans bal ballot ballot
lot on Nov OY S SThe 8The
The work of getting voters registered registeredwill
will be taken 1l > In fItUI1est by aU par Iirties parties
ties today the Democratic county countycommittee count7committee
committee will ulake syst systematic matic efforts effortsto
to get the Democrats lcglstelec1 during duringthe duringthe
the remaining three thr das of reglstrd reglstrdtlon registration
tlon No carriageS win b be employed by bythe b bthe
the Democrats to today but1n but an abun abundance abundance
dance or vehicles will 111 be in service tiur tiurlug ur urIuS
lug the closing registration d days daysChairman s sChairman
Chairman EI1redge of the Itepubliean Itepublieancounty ItepuUlcancounty
county committee last night declared deelaredhI
hI committee would not center its en energies enorgies
orgies on the Ffftysecond distrIct to tolily I
day as had been expected Wa shall shallprobably
probably have a few workers in there therehe therehe I
he said but no carrIages will be used usedIn usedIn
In that section tomorrow ElsewheJjc ElsewheJjcin EIsewhecIn
in the cit city the Republicans wIll empldy empldyearriages empld3carriages
carriages and all their workers will be bebusy bebusy
busy busyAt busyAt
At American p party rty headquarters no nottnnouncement notinnouncement
ttnnouncement a to methods3S methods was gWen gienut gWenout
out ut b but t those in c charge arg Q of the regIstra regIstration registration
tion work for that party say a the mat matter matter
ter will be given careful attention attentionToday attentionToday
Today Is the last da day for registration Iegistrotlonthis
this month The registration offices ofllceswill officeswill
will be ppen from 8 oclock this morn mornIn1 mornlug
lug until 9 ocloek thl thlo aning Those Thosewho rhoachO
who hO fail t9 register tpday wi1J have no noopportunity
opportunity to register until Nov 1 1Politicnl I
Political Notes NotesJ NotesJudge
I IaflernOQIl
J Judge Powers sn speaks aks atLean at Levan this thisafternoon
afternoon at 2 oclock and at Nephl NephlthIs Nephithis
thIs evening Mr lIorle will b be at atJinck1ey
HllnCklC Mr Ir Cobb at Huntsville Huntsv1l1eJ HuntsvilleJUdge
J JUdge dgeing ICing at Iuno lCanosh h IeSsr5 liar HarmOil liarmop
mOil and Ra Ray in Garfield county an and andMr
111 Smith at Garland II
George Smith dPark cf Park C1t City Demo
cratlc candidate for senator from the theSeventh
Seventh district was wa a caller at state stateheadquarters I
headquarters yesterday esterda II Smith Smithhas I Ihas
has just completed a tour of Vasateh i
count county and expects to visit through throughSummit throughSummit
Summit during this week He sa says g the theoutlook theoutlook
outlook for Democratic SUCCePi In the thetwo i itwo
two counties Is bright brightWesley I IWesle
Wesle Wesley I IC Walton raltrriyed arrived In the city cityyesterday I Iesterday
yesterday from Rich county unty rye just justbeen Justbeen
been among the icebergs he an announced i inounced
nounced to a couple or friends at Re Reublican Republlcan
publlcan ublican state helldquart tS Why1 Why 1 1didnt 1
aldnt know you had been traveling travelingwith 1 1with
with Cutler said one of the men with withsurprlsedalr witha
a surprlsedalr sbrprlsed air Ohrio no declared declaredthe eclared eclaredthe
the Rich count county statesman 4what what I Imeant Imeant
meant was it has been cold up there therethe I II
I the weather dont you OU knowMr know Mr MrWalton i iVa
Walton Va on still professes to ijeIlec lIe will willbe m J JI
I be elected to the st state te senate senateI j jI
I The Elks club will h have ve a speclnl1 special specialwire
wire to th the club house etect1QI1ight etect1QI1ightI
1 hpre returns will be reCehedfQr received for the thebenefit
benefit of the members membersJoseph I
I 1
Joseph To Pph F lIaeKnlght former land landand I Iand
and water commissIoner fram cam some somebody i ibod
bod body ma may thInk he belongsto belongs to the theAmerican I IAmerican
American party because a nina named namedT
T 1 E McKnight signed the peotUon of ofthat i ithat
that part Jascp JoscphF r K Jordl accordlzigly gh de desires I Isires I
sires to Inform apnxiplI wUld that thnthe thathe
he I not it m inthber m er or the h Atne1can Atne1canparty e5lcan e5lcanr
r I Ii
party partyHowell
i
Howell and Hout arp ar due to spell speUbInd spellbind
bInd the Inhabitants oC some section sectionof 1 1of
of Ulntah count county today Livingston LiIngsonand
and Meakin will be at Castle Dale DaleSutherland ale aleSutherland
Sutherland and Veils at Spanish Fork ForkCutler ForkCutler
Cutler and Squires at Sauna in the aft aftrnoon afternoon
rnoon and Richfield 1n the evening cenlngAlma eveningAlum
Alma Eldredge at Burrvll1c N H IL Tan TunI Tantier
tier at Oak City M 1 C Davis in Box EI EIder Elder
I der county DonC1lus5er Don CMuser at ICanab ICanabB anab anabE
E O Leatherwood at Qukley Done Doneand Doneand
and Cluff at DiSeret DeseretProfessor i ii
I Ii
i Professor Careys quartette tetie enter entertamed
tamed a crowd at Ute Young Mens Re RembUcan RePUblicaul
i mbUcan club last lastFrank nIght
I Frank R Christensen of Ogden yes yesterday I
terda terday accepted a tender or the pta place placemade e emade
made vacant on the American state stateI stateticket
I ticket by the resignation of Isaac N NSmith NSmith
Smith of Ct Cache < he county and will be the thep thepdrtys
p rls candid eandklte tp fl tate SUlerln superlittendent
I
ten tendent ent or public Inst Insttuc instructton instructtonThe tuc ion I
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The Democra Democratlc lc tomen of the Fourth Fourthmunicipal Fourthmunicipal
municipal ward will entertain theIr theIrfriends theirfriends
friends at a card part at the residence residenceof
of Mr Ir and Mrs MorrIs SQmmer S mmer 1G9 G Gstreet 0street
street on Thursday evening Oct 31 31be 30beginning >
be beginning lnnlng at 8 oclockAn oclock An ttracUve ttrctIveprogramme I Iprogramme
programme has been Jt preparcS pared f for r the theentertainment i ienter
enter entertainment alnment of those who attend All AllJl1teret AllInterested
Interested d In the cause of Democracy Democracya1
a1 aim c terdlally rdiaUy Invited to beP1 be pLesent pLesentOwing 8oot 8ootI
I OwIng 10 the illness of Judge A N NCherry I Ieherry
Cherry th the party scheduled to be held heldat i iat
at his home has been postponed tll a a aI I II
I later date dateRE1UBLICAN dateI
I I RE1UBLICAN BEPUBLICANSBEGISTER EGISTER TODAY TODAYI
I If you ore uQt n t registered you cant cantote cantI
I vote ote for Roosevelt An eutI eiitIely b n new newieglstratfon w wt
t Ieglstratfo this year If jn id doubt ubt as asI asto
I to where > to register ring up upRepubil upRepubilcan Republl RepubllI
I can an headquarters Bell phone69 phone Ind IndI mdphone
I phone 2781 2781CANDIDATE
CANDIDATE GOODING GOODINGSPOKE GODDING GODDINGSPOKE
SPOKE AT BLACKFOOT BLACKFOOTI
Special to tioThe TIIC H Herald HeraldDlackfoot rald raldBlackCoot
BlackCoot Ida Oct 1iFrank R RGooding
Gooding Republican candidate for forgOfO forgovo
gOfO govo nor spoke to a goodsn audi uudie audience
e ence < c this evetYng HIs remarks were werewell werewell
well received b by the Mormous pr present presentwhen t i iwhen
when lie 1C all alluded tlc to the DeI1O Democratic < ratlc
I 11511k lank on polygamy and church dicta dictation
liol1 denying here was either prtl prttticetl
Heed Gooding who Is a sheep king kingInformed
Informed the people present It they did didiot
not stop the agitation n We will in go goout goout
out ot busin busins s In the tate od zid the thefarmers
farmers wm haveno market for their theirThe theirhay
hay hayThe The asylum management lad pre prepared prepared
pared for an elaborate banquet and andast andlovefeast
lovefeast ast of Republicans at public ex expense experise
pense but Mr Gooding axrtvoo too late
tb pa tteipntCand thearCairY the affairwas s aban abandoned abandoneci
doned donedOSTETTE1s doneciOSTETT OSTETTE1s OSTETT =
w Women m should shouldJI hOUldCELEIAPED
1 not won er at
JI CELEIAPED 01 their t falli fallihealth a III 11 t thealth
health as long longa
a fI the v con continue
tinue to suff r rfrom
from monthly monthlyIrrfogularl
Irrfogularl tic s sThe
The Blucr Is Isthe
the best remedy remedyIn
ei 1 In siie uc cases It ItlWU 11STOMACH
lWU S cures curesBacachL
BacachL BacachLVomiting
Vomiting
1 alntlrur polIs polIsSlep1css
Slep1css Slep1cssIndlgest1
Indlgest1 Ji Ot Otl
STOMACH STOMACHTTER5 Tryoi 1 ol
l fTERSJ
COUNC QOUNCI L TALKS TALKSSP1RITUALI TALKSSP1RITUAL1M
SP1RITUALI SP1RITUAL1MWood M Mt MWood
t
Wood Speaks in F Favorof vorof the theMediums
4 Mediums MediumsLICENSE MediumsLICENSE
S
LICENSE IS NOT LOWERED
4 4OTHER 1 1OTHER
OTHER BUSINESS TR TBASACTED TBASACTEDBY SACTED SACTEDBY
BY THE CITY FATRERS FATRERSJ ATBEBS ATBEBSThe
J
The councilmen last evening entered enteredinto entered enteredIflto
into a discus discusslQn ion upon uponthe the genuinenes genuinenesGt
Gt sp1rltuallsm Councilmen CauncihmenVood Vood and antINobthiy
i iHoifdriy
Hoifdriy upholding the faith and andBaInc andEarner
Earner Hartenstein and others oPI19s oPI19sIng opp s sIng
Ing It The license commit commhitee tee reported reporiedthat reportedthat
that it had had In its possession for LCorsome forsoine
some time n petition from the Arn ArflQld ArflQldDickson ld ldDi
Di Dickson kson brothers that th the license oft oftfortuneteners oii oiiforfuneteiiem
fortuneteners and their Uk Q redW8t redW8tfrom r dued duedfrom
from 200 QO to 100 it year enr and could uo uongrQe no8greeqn
ngrQe 8greeqn on the matter matterCouncilman
I
Counll1mnnHobday Councilman Hobday said the pU pbtitioners I IHonerswere
Honerswere tioners were ministers havIng cre ere4en ere4entktlh n 1 1tlnlsand
tlnlsand tktlh and ought not tQ pa pay nn any Jlce IlCepso IlCepsoThe so
The brother we were e willing to pa pay SJOO SJOOthey JOO JOOther II
they had informed hIm to keep fake fakefortunetellers al e efortunetellers
fortunetellers tlwa away from the It ity For For Fora j ja
a year ear he saId the ArnoldDickonbrothers ArnoldDlckon
I
brothers were the onl persons ho hohad hohad
had been paying payingany an license fee at all allalthough
although there a are e several fortunete1l fortunete1lers
ers doing business in the elt city Council Councilman
man Wood Informed the council that thathe thathe
he had attended a Sunday night scrv scrvice scrvice
ice of the spirltua1iats and the meeting meetingvas
vas practically the same as t1ose ttoseby hed hedby
by other religious denominations II IIrood MrWood
Wood rood Indicated that he had been W011 W011nlgh nOUnigh
nigh converted to the splritua1isU splritua1isUfaith spirituahistifaith
faith Councilmen Fernstrom Barne Barneand Barnegand
and Hartenstein Were of the oplnlo opinioflthat I
that Inasmuch as the petitioners gave gavereadings I
readings during the weekfowhich weekfowhichthey week for which whichthey
they charged anywhere from 59 cent centto centto3
to to3 3 thC ought to paJt lleen hlcene e Th Thpetition Thpetition
petition was refused by a vote of nin ninfi nine nineto
to fi five
To Avoid the Mud MudCouncilman i iCouncilman
Councilman Martin presented a roso rosolution rosolutlon
lution requesting the street railwaY railwaYcompan railwaycompany
company during muddy Weather W Wstop tostop
stop the rear end of their cars at the thestreet th thStreet
street crosSings in unpaved distrirts distrirtsHe istrlctsi
He explained that on curves the mo motorn1en mot
torn1en t rnmen stop the cars short of the tu turi turicompelling s scompeJUng
compelling passengers to walk alk in th thmud the themud
mud from the crossing to get on or 00 00the offthe
the rear end of the car carThe carThe
The ordinance was passed as it baa haabeen baabeen
been written writtenCouncIlmen i
Councilmen Black and nd Hartenstein Hartensteinspoke Hartensteinspoke
spoke In opposition to i1luminate i1luminatesigns l lsigns
signs hung across acroasthe the sidewalk on the theground theground
ground that they were dangerous and andunaightl antiunsightly
unsightly Councilman Black said theY theYought theyought
ought to tobe be fastened by h hinges nges so theY theYould th thcould
could < be swung back against th thb thbiiidIng
b biiidIng ndlng during the da day Comcllmnl ComcllmnlHartensteln CounciImaiHartenstein
Hartensteln stated that the c cDlef lef or pci pa palice
lI lice e had Informed him th flint t scarcely an anawning ar arawning 1
awning In the business section of th thltJ tiiri tiiricity
city < ltJ hangs in conformit conformity wIth the cit citordinance city cityordinance
ordinance Thc remarks were called calledforth j jforth
forth by the granting to the Cryst Crystcafe i icafe
cafe permJ5 permIssion 10n to hang a sign lgn acrofis acrofisthe ttcros ttcrosthe
the sidewalk in front of the door t 0 0Henry
Henry C HarrIson offered to sell the thecity thecity I
city eighty acres of land In City Cr Crk Crkcanyon k kcan
can canyon on eight mUef fr from m E gle le Gatm Gat Gatas
as a watershed The ground is isas knQlIA
as the Forks The price asked Is Isan r ran I
an acre aQreVeteran f i iV
V Veteran tran F Firemen re en Ask k Money MoneyThe I
The Veteran Firemen asked an anpropriation 1p1
toprlaUon of 100 to aid In defraying defmylttgthe
the expensts incurred b by the aESQ aESQelation ass asselation
elation when It entertained the Call Callfornia Callfornia
fornia veteran firemen while the they were wereguests I Iguests
guests In Salt Lake The request wan WUtreferred wanreferred
referred to the finance committee committeeThe
The clt city engineer recommended that thatthe thatthe
the construction or cem cement n sidewalks sidewalksbe
be df diCcontinued eontinued as the temperature is
too com coidto tOt mi miz material att after r that date
On the rC recommendation < of the chief
of policE George Ross was appointed appointedu
u specIal policeman to serve without withoutpa withoutpay
pa pay in the vicinity of the Oregon Short ShortLIne ShortLine
LIne railroad rallroudCity railroadCity
City Auditor Felt reported that the thetotal thetotal
total cost of pavIng Stateatreet State street from fromSouth fromSouth
South to North Temple stre stredt t was 11
11446 which is 302239 In excess of the theev thelevy
levy ev The cltys portion or this is 1
79724 leaving a deficit f for r the abutting abuttingproperty abuttingproperty
property owing to pa pay of ofAuditor l251i
Auditor Felt askEd that the cltys por portion
tlon be paid out or the streets and side sIdpwalks sidewalks
walks fund The communication was wasrefrred wasreferred
referred to the committee on streets streetsund streetsand
und municipal law lawDeputy lawsDeputy
Deputy Auditor Matter Goes Over OvelThe OverThe
The recommendaUo of the com committee cornmittee
mittee on municipal Jaws abolishIng abolishIngthe
the office of deputy elt city auditor was waslaid waslaid
laid over for a week An ordinance e will willCo willthen
then be presented abolishing Co t tite tie oflice
The recommendation wassigncd was signed by byCoundilmen
CuuneIJmen Fernstrom Hocday A ADavis J JDftvis
Davis and Preece The latter later laterscratched laterscratched
scratched his name elf the committee committeereport committeereport
report and was the one to move a post postponement postponement
ponement of action by the council councilAt
At the request of the chief of police policeCouneJIman policeCouncilman
Councilman Hewlett offered a resplu resplulion rcspiutiori
lion making It a misdemeanor for per perto perscns
scns to Place explosives on str street eet car cartracks cartracks
tracks tracksResrd tracksReldents
Resrd Reldents nts re tepresentlng re tntlng1 l5634S ti634S feet feetfrontage
frontage prote protested < ted at the council meet meetIng meetjag
jag last evening against 3cwer sewer exteJ extension
sion 10 132 dl district trlct No1 No 1 In the ea east easteCu t tlh
eCu lh part or the city When bldson bids on the theworit thhworif
worit were Clrsb advertisedfol advertised forthere fortherewere the e ewere
were protestS from17000 front 17OO feet or prop paoptrty property
trty owners It tak takes i 3377216 3i772l feet at atflontoge offzon
flontoge fzon tage protesting against the ordlp ordlpance ordliaiice
ance to defeat It ItThe ItThe
The protestscamc into the re yecorders yecordersotflce orders ordersot
ot otflce ce yesterday afternoon In largo num numbes imumhers
hers Councilman Barnes thOught Uie Uied tledistrict
d district trlct ought to be cut down frojn frojnTenthtoSeyenth fropTenth
TenthtoSeyenth Tenth toSeventh East street The mat matIeI mater
IeI er was refrred to the cIty attorney to toascertain toascertain
ascertain if the district could be legally lenJ1Yreduced legallyreduced
reduced Councllmtn Barnes st statOd statOdthat t d dthat
that beyond Seventh East street a anumber a anumber
number oC Door persons resided It Itthey ifthey
they are compelled to pa pay for a sewer scworthey sewerthey
they might lose their homes homesGeorge homesGeorge
George W V Snow city engineer last lasteen1ng lastevthing
een1ng reported to the council that thatsome thatsome
some mInor changes had to be made 1IV 1IVth uiVthe
th the Jla p111 t or paving East South outh Temple Temptetreet Templestreet
street The commu coinmtinicatlon nlcaUon was 1e 1efeared referred
feared to the city engineer and andclty city at attClme attorney
tClme torney torneyS
tClmeMARRIAGE
S MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESJohn LICENSESJohn
John J Willis Snowflake Arlz22 Arlz22Sarah
Sarah oolford St John Arlz2J Arlz2JEbenezer Ani AniEbnezer
Ebenezer A Child Salt Lake LnkoElnora LakeElnora
Elnora Johnson Ephraim EphratmGeo 23 23Geo
Geo W Robinson Whltawater Cole ColoAlice ColeAlice
Alice L coombs Eureka MInn
Fred 151 PaUQc Salt L Ike IkeMay ke keIay
May Iay E Cooksle Newhouse It ItAnton 19Anton
Anton H whar < Salt 4ak 4ake 21 21Fr 21Fr
Fr Fr nclskn Pad Pador or Murray Iurra 31 31Will 31WILL
Will PROBE PROBECHARGE PROBECHARGECounty CHARGE CHARGECounty
County Attorney Insbucted to toPro toProceed Pro Proceed
ceed Against ainst Dr P G P Attias AttiasCounty AttiasCounty
County Attorne Attorney J J Whltakr hltak r was In Instructed instructed
structed yesterday nftcm afternOon on by the alnte alnteI tnteboard
I board of medical examiners to pro proeect proeectagainst ced cedI
I against DrP Dr G P AWas under tile l1rt1 l1rt1dalts tftIdavits
davits swOrn to last week Jj by several severali severalGreeks
i Greeks whoclalm that their telIow CeLia countrvmlJ CeLiatryman
trvmlJ has belcn treating thtnl and rc rcc receiviiig
c ceiviiig hSnS fees for Bervl serlces rttnderc rttndercAs rendercdAs
As Dr AUlas has no lIcels to practice practlloin1Jcln practicemedicine
medicine rtehk o affidavits cpZWtl cpZWtlt4tQ nftl
4 t4tQ to slW auIfUcLent len tcall CUL JI1 tnemlelI1 tflemse1V tior tioraction or oruUop
action HI 1 10 ntidnJJht nu warru1 Jmd Jmdboon ad adbuan
boon Issue Issued r tor the arrest of f Jr ltin ltinb ttins ttinshUt
b hUt t advices reclh reaivel cl would lr1CJlcittc Jndtcate hist histone 1t 1tttn
ttn one will b g swoiim ornto to boatlu 1afozJusPcoL llcQ J JWnlIIa JWilliams
WnlIIa Williams P1t orB of tngbtJn TlitlellQU this thorn iPrnblr thornh
blr h SrUJ Dri5Ls1R1ifis luw l1I1JOJkfJJt lCIi4tlr 5PItb1t 5PItb1tor tJn t tror
ror or prOfessional 15oliceS1ii lhil1chi
fISHER HARRIS NEARLY DROWNE DROWNED DROWNEDBY I IBY
BY WATER INSIDE tNSIDEH1SF1SiH1N HIS FIS1HING SUIT
t
Fjsh Fishr r S SHarria Harrls man manager ger of the com comm Corn Cornmarcia
m marcia rola1 club was teJUtu yesterday a asoggy I I
soggy tale ot vetSonal adventure 1n 1nwhich Inwhich
which he came near separating hlmscl htmsclffrom
from his life IIfeI I
I was InducEd said he to go fishing fishing1osterda fishingyesterday
yesterday much a against lnst my conscientious conscientiousseniplea
5cruples it being Sunda Sunday But the gsa gsatieman en entleman I
tleman whom I accompanied had worked workedupon workedtipon
upon nt my Imagination for several days b by
telling me that a lake in Tooele count countwas county J
was so tilled with 1th bass that the they were werecrowding werecrowding
crowding one another and realb should
be thinned out outWe outWe
We got to the lak lake all right and got gotright gotright
right down to business I had on an oil oilcloth oilcloth
cloth wat1l wading 1 suit that reachEd to my myarmpits myarmpits
armpits The part of the lake where I Itleclded
decIded to fish was Quite sballo shallow for a acouple aCouple
couple of hundred feet out and so I Istarted Istarted
started and waded out Just as I was wasabout wasabout
about to make a cast I stepped into i ihole t thole
hole and went down to m3i chin The Theoilcloth Theoilcloth
oilcloth suit quickly tilled with water and andI
I began egan to sink still further I hollered hollerNJbut holleredbut
but the man who Induced me to go llsh fishS
inS was as down the shoe or th the lake about aboutbait
bait a mile and my boy had wander wandered wanderedaway > d dawa
awa away from me There I was and it itlOOked itlooked
lOOked as though I would never gel out outalive outalive
alive I bean at once to think of m mIlccldent may mayaccident
accident insurance and to Wonder it my myWidow rayvIdow
Widow would collect on my policies antI antIit andIC
it the newspapers would write It up as n nulohle aruicide
ulohle ulohleJust ruicideJust
Just theh 1 spied two little rusboo rusboonear rusbeanear
near me and these I grasped graspc They were werCfraU werefrail
fraU but with their aid and with the aid aidof aidof
of m my fish pole I managed to reach a aplac aplace
place where the Wntcr ter was not more than thanthree thanthree
three feet dee de m When I got ot there t tiIC tiICweight 1C 1Cweight
weight of the water waterthat that had sot gotten ten in insIde inside
sIde of m my oilcloth wading suit and andcouldnt andcouldnt
couldnt get out again was so great that thatI
I could not stand erect I got down on onmy onamy
my hands and knees and crawled to the theshore
shore When I got ot there I was almost almostexhausted almostexhausted
exhausted but I contrived to brace UP UPand upand I
and after reclining on the grass for flU flUhour anhour
hour during which the sun dried out m mclothes ray rayclothes
clothes I resumed Dl my ttsbl fishing But the thebass
bass woudnt biteeo bite I
GASOLINE EXPLOSION IN ALBION MINE MINEINJURES
INJURES SUPERIN SUPERINTENDENT ENDENT AND FOREMAN I
An explosion of gasoline temporarily tcmporarl1JdIsabled temporarilydisabled
dIsabled two amen yesterdar yesterday morning at atthe
the Albion mine at Alta AitaDuring AltaDurIng I
DurIng the forenoon Supcri Superintendent SuperintendentAmos tendont tendontAmos
Amos Hatfield and lorem Foreman n George Wil Willlamas 11 i iJlams
llamas went on a tour of inspection of the theflropert theproperty
property hopIng to open open up an old shaft shattIn
In the ucr workings which had been beennban beenabanconed
nban abanconed onea for about four l rears 8 TS The Theshaft Theshaft
shaft had partially fIlled with water and andthe andthe
the gasoline from a gasoline hoist had hadspread hadspread
spread o over < r the surface of the water waterThis waterThis
This generated a gas which when Fore ForeSTRAWBERRIES ForeSTRAWBERRIES
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end crop That there ar are not more win winter winter
ter berries or third crop berries in evi evidence cvidance
dance at retoil stores and at restaurants restaurantsIs
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ag ago means or that thQjrult is not as assweet assweet
sweet and firm as the earlier varieties varietiesAt arletIcSAt
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retail stores yesterday esterda afternoon falld falldto
to discover aU any of the third crop while whileonly hll hllonl
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menu Time berrlesholesale berries wholesale at about about2c about25c
2c rer per cup This wouldmean would mean about c crel cret
ret relWUIIam William i 4Crauck rauck proprIetor of Zions
man Williams dc descended ended with his lighted lightedcandle
candle exploded explodedAlthough
Although SCcrcl severely burned about the thehands thehands
hands and face Williams Jnana usananed ed to tohold tohold
hold to the ladder and thus saved him himself
self from taJIln fallIng Into the water which whichis
is about 100 feet deep The force of th thexplosion the theexplosion
explosion was so great reat that it threw threwSuperintendent threwSuperintendent
Superintendent Hatf1eld who was lean le8uing leanlag
lag ocr the openeng and looking down downback
back against thc drift and wrenched his hisback hisback
back so that he Is unable to walk walkBoth walkBoth
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mine although it mar be necessary to toremove toremove
remove them to Salt Lake for treatment treatmentfruit treatmentfruit
fruit ranch at Sandy raises the larger largerpart largerpart
part of the winter strawberries seen in inrestaurants inrestaurants
restaurants The berries are of course coursesun coursesun
sun grown The They are as hlrg as or ordlnao ordinary
dlnao California berries although not notequaling notequaling
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In flavor they are delicious The color coloris
is hart1I hardly such a rich red as seen In the theearlier theearlier
earlier varieties varietiesMr arietlesIr
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and second prizes respectively Cor or the thethree thethree
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