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tah Light Hallway R ilway Company An Announces Announces Announces ¬
nounces What It Wont Do DoISPUTE
re trouble between the lawY lawyers lawyersK rs rsIrK
IrK K 1 the dincuMttion dlo uwlon over the Utah Utaht
t Hallway company tranchl8es franchises yes yes3V 88 88t
1 t 3V 1 afttrnoait When Assistant City Cityv
y > v v II Bramel at the Joint Jointt jointtt JointtV
t tt < V tit the council municipal munlcJ > alJaws alJawsiJll1I laws lawsiitiMl lawsh
iitiMl h i3I water committees had finI fin naaection
I t 1Juig section 36 IS of the ordinance ordinancerr
rr M j by him for the committee con conJitiij con11t
Jitiij 11t 1 < nd eXteiMlins the franchises franchisesi franohl ea
i 0 I V > Grand rnfld Young endeavored < l to totl totl totl
tl < section jjtrfcken strh = ken out City C1t At Ati Ate
T i e f Dey De insisted that It should shouldn
n r Jin file ordinance ordinanceJ
J iit Yunnr Y YJun J1 mr arose ine his wrath and andslid andI
I slid td tuut t at it should come out Jump JumpL
L t tJ hi 1 > 1 feet and pointing his index indexr 1nde 1nder
r a 1 Mr r Branjel he said saidiT saidt
iT t Tiif Jf I know what you ou are getting gettingct
I ct t > U are trying to do You arb arbZ arbZ ar art
Z t > tift t up UI U an ordinance that you yout youti
t ti t ompany mpltn wont accept and you youi youit OU OUif
i v if it I say right now that the theTV
H TV ill I not accent the ordinance ordinancet ordinancesClUon
t s stitlon in It and if the com comnlfts comr
I nlfts r f Ists ts on having it remain In the theI th8we thewe
I we might as JU a well quit right rightt
t Vc C have rights with fortytwo fortytwoto
to t run ami isj we do not propose to tovtr toer tor
vtr er r them themLat themL tiiemLi
Lat L Li the meat nie of the whole holo ordi ordlrcmarked ordirnnarked ordir
marked r Mr Ir Bramel Brameli BramelaId
i > aId Judge Dey De we must in inthat int
< that section remaining remainin in the thet
t 6 orovides that the company companyirid
> Jm 1 Hlfd d from 5100 IOO to 300 OO for every ever
f n I ot t aiir provision contained In IniM Intfl
iM tfl ce a and 4bd d that each days vlo vloshun yb 10
shun constitute eon tiLute a separate offense offenset
I t c Vouns Youn = asserted that If an at
Tt t Tias a made to enforce the section sectioniriianys sectionm
iriianys m i at ztnys rs officers and employee
J bf lu jail most of the time and he
t J thut under it fines could be levied leviedrrv leviedry
rrv ry trivialviolation trIvial vlolalion of any an of the theions
r c ions rjs of the franchise franchl e It would be m
11 ra itiul r lid unjust he declared to put puti
I 1 sfttion in tho franchise franchisefc
J fc h < Young soon quieted down and re
vti nF t1 Ms Is jat at The last section in the i
afc t7 uc jsition tlon 27 i was then read
r viu viiij lUl ii the committee adjourned un unp unt ¬
it t I p m Monday lIoncJa to afford Judge Dey De
i JKifio dLi < ig Young time to compare tho m
aiife iIf L re drawn by Mr Bramel with that
wn n r b Judge Young and for Judge JudgeHid Jud e ed
d Hid d Mr 11 Bramel to compile the ob
ton l and Id suggestions made during tho tinet
i i r at et t the meetings of the joint t
llPttf rnktt
Monopoly Has Strings to Grant Grantv Grantmccl
v a sc med from the statements made
J vfgr Jgt Young oung to the committees yes
r i that the Utah Lieht Railway
r v intends to tie a large string to
4 itr r r to t the city clt of water power as a
t t1 jl LI rxompentM r ompen e for the granting of
r rrnrrsed prscd fifty years eBrS franchise Judge
rg I g rtiaUc Inl C It plain that the company
y i not n transfer any an water power to
< ft t without w itrtout hout 8 a stipulation In tho or
tli < t the city ell should not use the
vi t + 1 run r ri III an opposition opP < > sition electric light lighti
b t tr r do anything with It except
i sr > r r 1
a portion of the pro ro
71 tl extension c of the citys sewerage sewerageJ
J j 1 Jfef > Truing Yf > mg objected to the section of
rmmittoes r1mitt > s ordinance
requiring the
Jiia Jpay v V to t Rlvptlie give ht the city eft art indemnify
r t b Vj 1 cf Ir T La000 5 fJ to protect it against againstof
lb b that may be caused b by the ne negli lI
lo lIreitch of JUI any > of the provision
1 iruiulusc 1 by the < company When
W1 war < Hnowii > to Judge nul < Young that some
> 1 < faltlhi a aii i iises ts which the > company was
i riiK jTig to have consolidated on Udatd and ex
n r t < onfained mf < tined the indemnity i mnlt bond bondIW
T i < IW < iio of them requiring a bond
JO Mm in It said the th council by b rosolu r rosoliaother lu lumt
OJTJP mt > other enactment t > which he
i V t f 4 remember had relieved th the com 001
u 1 hat secured the franchises franchi from fromi from fromsity
i sity It of putting up a bond or
ivid that the bond provisions 1 > were
i lly ll wiped out outSeeks outSeeks outSeeks
Seeks to Hold Monopoly MonopolyOl
Ol ml holt t1 ii was wa made > to any provision provisionK
K tUr it into the > ordinance that woul wouftiz < t tt
IT t z jriy i 11 railway rail except interurban interurbitnobtain
f > obtain ltttIi a running arrangement arnuJ enlent
n t tracks t of the Utah Light
< 7 0 iimpuny ompu 4 ny As the company uy now nowq
s irKks on the principal streets of ofand orInd ofmd
and intends to occupy oceul many man
1 t fr r ts during durln the next fifty years
tia I effect of the striking out of ofs ofr
s r vision will l be
e to give the com commonopoly commml cornrnnipoIy
monopoly mml > oly of nearly all the public publicr
r hhrart hhrartJ li htiarm htiarmJ < ars arsJ <
J J ijtJ j f Yoimg instated that these j jeroI jeroItim > > rovi rovis rOItlu
s i tin tim committees omlnltt ordinance should shouldf
f f I into the ordinance orcllnancegrantlng granting the therd therd themj
rd franchise consolidation On oUdation and ex exit exH exR ¬
it ruiritr 1Jirin thf th company to Install ln tall im immtnts imnJfJ immefltg
mtnts nJfJ and invention of demon demonIfiirioncy demond
t d Ifiirioncy flkinY with Itb reasonable celer celerPrmitting celerr
P Prmitting < rmitting the inspection of the thetvanys thelDYS the1nM
tvanys lDYS machinery and appliances To Toi roon
i IK Y ji I riiulrlng voltagr rto to be main mainifd malnrd maint
> ifd d nn n the hr secondary electrieiU electrl ys ysns y yrn ysr
ns r of lf tlv t11 tl company ii mpany at each transformer transformertln transformertImr
tln tImr < rr r shall not be a variation ex exIi oxflg
JiK Ii r twn volts tlt above or below stand standi
i I and I1 1 tliit tll t all line Jln < line construction constructionail
< ail t 1 in1haiilcal l th dCVleOS < levi kPfl es properties propertiestpil properUess propertiestpjlttn
tpil tpjlttn T ls > s hall shall be of standard effi effiinl eCnill effiit
inl ill it i safely safelyI < i1f t tI
I s1ili 1il I iiTtainly rtainly Insist that that see seet < c ci cI
i j lft ft out of the ordinance said sldr tltl tltl111tg
r YOIIIIR V 1mig I dont understand it iti Itl itt
i T uort j fl t b believe licve the man WK who > wrote it itnvimt itI itauiat
> nvimt I t it m amoans amoansttit nfs nfsant n nI
I ant nt to t say sa wtid Id Judge D De Doy j that thatI thatnit
I nit r 11 i > tnit section > Ctlon and that I do know known
n U t it moans n1t > ans It Was wa written after a ap af
p f a 1 dia of study and research It Iti ItIdd Itud
i < uJd 1 in the ordinance and I shall shalln
n ioisiu J jflt lIt to to it i iti being stricken out outrt outf oUiqt
rt f i r mrther r I rt her diccuiwion > n the committee committeea
a nrn lIrnd < i While hUe some minor provisions provisionsi proi provistonsordinance ions ionsurdlnanCt
i iis ordinance > may mA be said to have haven
J n i approved 81lit d because bera they wer were not notfi notfItf notftt1
< fi fItf ftt1 tfd f > by v Judge Jud > Young as attorney attorneythe attorneythr
the tl 1tiih t tah Light A Railwaycompany Railwaycompanytlov Railway company companyr
< r tlov and parts of sections to toi toYoung
i > 1 JuilRf Young made objection are areJu arejl areC
C I Ju i JiPputv iist The matters on which hlch
no agraemant had boon reached are re regarded rcIrh regarted ¬
garded tl as vital Hul by b City Attorney Dey De DeI
AoMatiuit City Clt AttOriiey firamet n1met Kticy Gi
Engineer George V Riter and the law lawcommittee la lacommittee
I committee of the Citizens Protective Protectivecommittee Protectivecommittee Protectivecommittee
committee which has Ias been reprftsenteu reprftsenteuat repr sentett sentettat
at the joint meetings of the committee committeeof > 6 6of
of the council by Attorney A T 1 San Sariford
fordWILL ford e
1 Committee of Salt Lake Merchants Merchantsto M rchants rchantsI rcba ts tsto
I to Canvass Town on Marshs MarshsGoldfield MarshsGoldfield MarshsGoldfield
Goldfield Project ProjectFrom ProjectFront
From events which developed yester yesterday yesterlay yesterday ¬
day there are indications that the Com Commercial CamI CDmmeecial ¬
mercial clubn influence may 11la eventually eventuallybe
I be exercised towards furthering the pro proposition pro1108It1on proiDsltioii ¬
position of affording arfordln an easy method of ofiitgrcse or1nfJre ofilress
iitgrcse 1nfJre to the GoldHHU O ltlrleld district by Salt SaltLatke SaltlMke SaltLake
Latke and Utah business m men n and job jobbers jobbers jobThe ¬
bers bersThe bersThe
The committee appointed last Friday Fridaynight Frida Fridanlgh4 Fridaynight
night comprised of Messrs 1 st1r Cieaveland CieavelandMcCarthy CllelandlcCatUI CleavelandlcCurtily
McCarthy lcCatUI and Hartley Hartle to investigate the theplan thepJan theplan
plan formulated by b C L Marsh of Gold GoldJleld GoldflEld Goldfield
field will canvass the business bUBln s section of ofthe ofthe oftime
the city today for the purpose of raising
400 which sum is to be us u tised d to defray cJerra cJerrathe
the expenses of the members m > mblrs of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee for a trip over the wagon road
from Caliente to Goldfield GoldfieldPending GoldfieldPending GoldfieldPending
Pending a final report Mr r Marsh Iacsh and and1ajor
Major H B Myton 1tol1 who had stated that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they would carry carr out the project without withoutany withoutany withoutally
any outside assistance will waive their theirinterests theirInterests theirinterests
interests In order to give the Utah busi business business ¬
ness men and jobbers an opportunity to totake totake totake
take advantage of the proposition propositionlr
Mr lr Marsh l1arl < 4h was in Ogden yesterday and andreceived andreceived amidreceived
received much encouragement from the themerchants themrnhKnt themerchants
merchants of that city clt As a matter of offnrt offact offsmet
fact the Ogdenitos have shown a dispo disposition cJisposltlon dispoattica ¬
attica to enter the territory irrespective irrespectiveof irr JlecUvo JlecUvoot
of what the Salt Lakers may ma do doCHANGE cJoCHANGE doCHANGE
City Engineer Riter Proposes to Al Alter Alter Alter ¬
ter District Which Will Be Af Affected Affected Alfected ¬
fected by Improvements ImprovementsAt
At the meeting of the council sewerage seweragecommittee seweragecommittee seweragecommittee
committee last l sl night City Engineer EngineerGeorge EngineerGeorge
George V Rrier submitted olatis lafls for an anintercepting a1intercepting a aIntercepting
intercepting sewer sew r In the west part of tho
city clt for the construction of which 150 l O
000 oO was wm voted at the thespecial special election held
Jan Jan3 Jan3Ir 3 3Mr 3Mr
Mr Ir Hiters Hitt > r8 predecessor pr > ecessor prepared pre pit red plans lans
for the th < location of the main sewer of the theextended thet theextendel
extended t > system sst < m on Eighth I West est street
Mr Ir Riter proposes to KO no farther north
than Fourth North street and to use the themoney themone timemoney
money mone that would be e expended in building
five flv blocks of main sewer at great depth
in bad ground In a region rc ion where It will willnot willnot vhiInot
not be needed JHetJ < d for many years y ell rs if his pre
dices d dcessors > c > sftors ors ulans were wt > re curried out In
building a sewer on Ninth inth South street streetWhere streetwhere
Where htre it is h now needed The part of the thecity
city it its where he h proposes prOl > oses to put the sower
in built up and well settled Xo action actionwas 8ctlonwas actionwas I
was taken by b the committee on the plan
Some time tim ago a number nUmh r of horse own owners ¬ I
ers < rg and owners of automobiles petitioned CUtioned I
the th council to construct a driveway
through throu h Liberty park offering to bear b ar
half the expense exp nse of the work Last nightthe nlhtthe night itlghtthe
the committee on public grounds lUndK decided decidedto
to recommend t omn1tIHl to the council that the i
driveway drlvwa be constructed constrllcl < 1 at a cost not to toexceetl toexceed
1 exceed 1000
Pteos Cure for Consumption gives re relief rclfef relid ¬
lief lid in cases of Coughs and Cold 25c 25cEASTERN 29CEASTERN 2cEASTERN
Southern Pacific Has Plans for a aNew aNew aNew
New Line LineSan LineSan LineSan
San Francisco April 5 iThe The Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthermiPacific
Pacific Is to have another eastern t > outlet outletfrom outletfrom
from Los L Angeles > s by which it proposes proposesto I
to relieve the coast traffic to secure gecuroquicker securoquicker I II I I
quicker service for fruit transportation transportationand I
and to overcome the excessive listen Hazongrade lIatengra listengrade I
grade gra e Articles of incorporation were werefiled we wer
filed today by b the law department of the thecompany theconll tImeconipany I I
company conll > any of the th Nevada California L
HallwAy comiMtny with a capital stock stockof stockof toehi toehiof
of 16 15QIJGOCJ < W0000 of which 467000 has htmi been beensubscribed I Isubscribed
subscribed su riboo William 1IJ1am K IJerrin chief chiefcounsel chiefcounHel I I
counsel i Is credited with 227000 OOO of th thsubscription te tesubscription thsubscription i
subscription and Chief Chl > f EiiKinecr Hood Hoodwith Hoodwith L Lwith
with a like amount Other Southern Pa Pacific raclUe ¬ I
cine officials have subscribed 1000 each
The articles of incorporation say that the thecompany theclmpan t tcompaity I
company proposes building bulldln a line JI1I from I
Hazen Churchill county count Nevada south southward ¬
ward to a point on the Mojave desert desertand desrtand deaertamid i I I i
and a branch line twentyseveft lwenty eeA miles I
long from Churchill a station on the theCarson theCarltOn i I 1t I
Carson Colorado road to Mound House Housestation Hommsstation ioulestation t
station Hfi 411 l the Virginia Trttckce rail railroad rallr railroad ¬
i road r HJ The intention is to effect connec connection connection ¬
tion between Los Anzeles and Hazen Hazenwith Hazenwith IIntelwith 1
with the aid of the Carson Colorado Coloradoroad CoJontdoroad Coloruderoad
road bv b laying a trifle over 200 OO miles oT oTtn 0 0tr r rtrsck
j tn trsck ck The Tin new road will practically iso leelate ¬
late the Virginia Truckee Truck > road except excep L
I for local traffic
An Early Morning Fire Is Promptly PromptlyExtinguished PromptlyExtinguished t tExtinguishedby
Extinguished by Fire FireThe Firemen Firemen
men menThe menThe
The fire department t > partment was called < < out outabout outabout outabout
about 1230 this morning to the establish establishment e establishmont tabUsh tabUshment ¬
ment of John P Paulson manufacturer manufacturerof
of of bank office and bar mr fixtures at 174 174AYe lT I Iest I IYe
AYe Ye est t Second South street where a blaze blazewas bJ bhutmwas e ewas
was discovered by Nightwatchmair Pill William Pill11am JI JIHam ¬
liam Walsh on the third floor of the build building IUlldin building ¬
ing in The > entire > third floor was illumi illuminated ihlumiflatth4l 1 1nat ¬
nat nated and tle flames could be seen se n from fromthe fromthf t tthe
the street trff > t when the firemen fht > mtl arrived arrivedthere arrlvEdUtre
there They extinguished the flames flameswith flamfswHh flametwith
with tchemicals before much damage was wa waThe
done doneThe dutIhe >
The fire was caused by the combustion combustionof combu Uon Uonof
of rage soaked in turpentine and oil oilwhich 011whh oilwhich
which whh were ut u used d In rubbing varnish on onthe onthe 01 01the
the fixture CI UIeac A hole was burned burn 1 in the thefloor thefloor thifloor
floor but otherwise no damage was
done > Th The stock In the th building Is jj worth worthabout wort wontsLout h hMLout
about 45000 and the Insurance carried carriedon c earriecon rrled rrledon
on the stock Is nearly near 1 515090 515090The 1000The LIQ 0
The Th building is owned by b the ZIons ZIonsSavings ZionsSanfa1 Zion ZionSavings I
Sanfa1 Savings < < M Bank Trust Tru t company and andmuett andmuK ant I Imuch
much damage dam e was prevented iirerentedon on account accountof C
of the building bundln being equipped with withmodern a amodern amoo C CC
modern moo ern fire escape l caPl and stand pipe The Thefiremen Theflrpmen
firemen used the fire flr escape in climbing climbingto 3
to the third floor without the use of a aladder i iladder
ladder ladderDr laddt > r rDr
a I
Dr Hanchetts office removed to 401 401McCornick 4011IcCornick 40 40McCornIck I
McCornick Block I
TodaT Today TomorrowAnd TomorrowAnd Tomorrow TomorrowThatSigo
And One Day After AfterThatI50 AfterThati5o
ThatSigo Shirt For ForVery Forii
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Very 7 ery latest in white pleated front frontnegligee frontnegligee t tnegligee
negligee shirts shirtsthe the real thing in New NewYork N NewYork ev evYork
York right now n v See the south show showwindow 5hovvlindov showwindow
window The price after Saturday Saturdaywill
I At The Sign Signof Signof
of thei the Four f
172 I MAIN f
i >
Vienna April pril iEntJcror Emperor Francis > Jo Joseph Jos Joaephi ¬
seph s ph returned this evenlng oenlnyfrom from Buda UudaPest BudaP BudaPOst
Pest P st All his efforts eror to secure a so ¬
lution of the Hungarian cabinet crisis
have ve been fruitless and today toda the situn situno ¬
lion Is practically rti y the trnme as a It wan
two months o ee sow sowparliament
ago The low lowdr r ro house o of
parliament apparently apparenl will continue In
its it session despite espte the th emperors re ¬
quest that It adjourn until a solution
can be reached and there Is danger that I
tilt debates Jii the house will lead to
greater sr ater trouble between the crown and
the opposition parliamentary majority
The old ministry mlnlstr of which Count Tiza is
thC th head remains but its members prac
tiqully t1Q1lIl are only the crowns executives executivese
There e Is tJI little JI h1chr7U probability of > legislation ISI l lth
even that t t which Is most r needful l e J under S
the th present circumstances the majority
being absolutely absoJuLel opposed to the ministry
It is semiofficially sEmlorflciall announced here to I
Utah County Will Prove Factor FactorWhen
When Selection Is Made MadeProvo
Provo April 5 5The The matter of the thecstabllKhment theestabliehirnemit
establishment of an experimental agri agricultural agricultural ¬
cultural station under the provisions of
the bill passed pa sed by the last legislature
I was the ylncipal ncipal business considered by
the boaru of county commissioners to
day da Messrs J H Frisby FrJsb James Clove Cloveand Cloeand
and W r D Roberts jr a committee from
the Commercial club appeared before the
board and ur urd ed that immediate action
be > taken by the th board to secure the sixty sixtyacrc sixtyaCelS
acrc acres > s of land wanted for the th > station The Thegentlemn TImegentlemen
gentlemen explained the advantage pos possessed possest ¬
sessed sest < ed by Utah county count in tho way of
land water climate and central loca location
lion and the benefits to be derjved from frontliaring
having h vin tlje station In this county
The question was discussed and the de decision
cteion reached that the th > county will pro procUre
cure the la lund = d The other counties who whowill whowll1 tvliowill
will offer land are Salt Lake Weber 1reb > r and andDavis andDa
Davis Da is and the selection will be made by
the trustees of the Asrriclultural college colle e ethe I
the director of the Utah experiment sta station
tlon and the state Jllnrl nnA board boardThe I Ihe
The he following deiiuty deut county fish and andgame andgame
game ume commissioners have been appointed I
Aaron Robbins Provo Parley Clinger
Lake View George Geor K Averett A verctt Spring
ville W r T Barney BarnC Lake Shore J
Ovard Lehi LehiA j
A inarriace license has been Issued to
WIlliam Robbins of Lindon aged 65 and
Annie Bcn Bentsoli tsoii of Pleasant Grove Groveaged j
aged 51 51bel I IAbei i
Abel bel J 1 Evans ofLehi of JHhl and Janice Ja n II III
Clark of American Fork were Provo vie visI
itors today todayTwins
Twins a boy bo and a girl have arrived arrivedat arril < t tat
at the home > of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs W V II Ray HI HIand
and a daughter dau htl h hAM been born to Mr Irand and I
Mrs IrM R II Bullock All well
Dr M H Hardy Hard medical superintend superintendent j
eat nt of the State Mental hospital Is h se s e ecrplJ
verely crplJ Ill suffering from from leakaxe of the
heart heiirtA I
A divorce WAS rrranted A William VII Ham B
Stockton of Provo from Stella Stf > lIa I1 Stock
ton by Judge Booth today toda on the grounds groundsof
of desertion The parties arU H were Wt > re married marriedat
at Douglas DOu bls Wyo yo June 2J 18Dfi and in
Jt UII 0i defendant left I ft nlHiiHIfr in this tIi city elt eltwith
with two children and went to Montrose
Colo where she now is isCORPS isCORPS isCORPS
In the Main Most of the Present I IForce
Force Is Retained i I I I
Castle Dale April 5 5At At a recent rNt > nt meet i I
big in of the Emery nwr Stake Academy board boardit
it was rtwided d ldd to reenu rllmJlo > loy the present pr nt
faculty fwult of the school fur next year ex excopting I I
copting Mrs Irs John T Hand sh she h bavins havh1bcJlcldfd
decklod not to teach tc ch the coming year narlhe
The tfaelnrs tNell reem reenmoloycil emJloNl ployed are ar Principal Irlncmyiall I
f Ii l G llicknian of Benjamin Archer WII WIIley Vli Vlil03 11
ley I e of Salt Uikeand Lake and John T land I of H ofPnvsomt
Payson Princi Princlml > al IHckman I was in I
ithstrucUHl to procure t n matron ills iron in the theb timemiloce i
Ji miloce b ce of Mr Mrs Ir s Hoiid liemidfer fi flttc > c next years yearsschool xeaisshooi taol
school It is likely that tllatth th the services I < < rIcs of ofMis orMiss I
Mis Miss UfcIS Frances Bird of 0 f Sirinv Strln 5mnimmvilIe vlllt lc who wholie ho I Iis IiK
is at iires lr iresemit nt teaching at the lUcks Rkksacademy nlt lUcksacademy ks ksaeddc
academy aeddc > my Idaho will bo bt pr trltlIIIed Mired If pos possible 1115MillIe ¬
MillIe Miss 1ItK Bird taught in this atadt academy aeadeimiyyear > U1
a year ear ago agoA
A 1 niarria nmmtrrhimre re e fever fevt > r has struck Kniery EmurvbUnt IJIIr
county count County Count Clerk CI Cler r Fox has issueA issueAmarriage iStJueumarriaJt ieaueimarriage I
marriage licenseK to the foiUSwfng foiUSwfngcouples fOlhJwfngtou1lp4 folloW in ineoupies
couples William lllnm Atwood and Miss I lanl lanlramer Lammrs Lammrsminer iiim
Cramer miner Lillard Tucker Tlwkt > r and Mit mliss U Mnb lulllll hmi liml limlAtwood l I
At Atwood wood Henry Henr Mills I1lb HIH HIIII l1 Miss 4 Daisy Dahol DaholBradley
Bradley all of Cleveland also to Charles Itarlei Itarleiii i iB IB
B Schade and Mis lINS Minnie lInnh Swasev SWH f and andJ 11011T
J T II iinelwriht IIamelwri ht and Miss lis Hannah An Anderson AncJenwn
derson all of Castle sUe Dale DaleAmong DaleAmon t
Among Amon the deeds lf > JP fil fillll l for rx record ord yes yosterday yesterday lS lSt
terday t rda In County rnmnty Recorder R > eol pr Sonnsons Sflrt > 1180ns of offlcl mmtfice f I Ifice
fice was one from Ira and Clara hers Sutton Suttonof Suttonof
of Gre Green < n River Utah tath to Anna and J Jn JnJle Jeriflie n nUie
Uie ilerritt of Portland On transfer transferring tranHfrring transferring
ring thirtvseveii thlrt MCen acres of land at Gr Grim GntRJpr GrimRiver < cn cnRiver
River for the consideration of 2WO In Inthe Inthe Irthe
the last few months a great deal of land landhas landhas mmmdhas
has been sold br b local Joc l parties at a t tin tinabove tillabove tiltabove
above town to outside parties and that thatfor thatfor timaifor
for a high figure per ler acre the suppo supposition supposlUon supposition ¬
sition being that a great eat fruit section sectionwill sectionwill seetlomtvill
will be the result of the transfers as the theclimate tinclimate e I Iclimate
climate is an ideal one and already the thefinest theflnt thefinest
finest flnt > st fruit In the country countr is h raised rul there therecsoecinlly therfeSDecinlly thereesuecinily
csoecinlly in the line of winter melon melonand mcmlianti
and canteloune aroduction roiluctloimSheriff j
Sheriff Becbe returned from Green GreenRiver GreenRiver I IRher
River yesterday where he attached the theboring tileboring
boring rig of the Oil City Clt Oil company companyfor I
for a debt de t The CaliforniaUtah Oil com companys comJan coinpartys ¬ I
panys Jan g rig It Jg to be removed remo by John Ohh J JOlsen JOlsfn JOsn
Olsen of Ogd Ogdn n who purchased purcha > > ecJ it at arecent arecent a Urecent
recent tax sale saleFUNERAL 811eFUNERAL saleFUNERAL
Respected West Jordan Citizen Citizenf CitizenBore CitizenBore
Bore to His Long Home HomeBliigham HomeBlnghum HomeBingimam
Bliigham Junction April 4 troda Lroday Today fu funeral funer fufloral ¬
floral ner l services s ric > s were wpr hed in the West WestJordan n est estJordan eatJordan
Jordan meetins mc > tin house over the remains remainsof r > mulns mulnsof
of George M 1 Vebster whose death was wasannounced WUIeannounced wasannounced
announced in Sundays Sun ays Herald Hera d The Thespeakers Thespeak Thespeakers
speakers speak rs were Daniel R Bateman Birth Bishop Blshop Birthop ¬
op John A Egbert Joseph J Williams WilliamsSamuel WilliamsSamuel VlIliamsSamuel
Samuel Bateman Robert Ellswood F A
Cooper Stake President Hyrum Goff and andGeorse andGeore amidGeorge
George Dansle all of whom were old j
friends of the deceased Interment was
In the West Jordan cemetery Mr Web Webster WebSter Vebster ¬
ster was a Civil war and Black Hawk Hawkwar Hawkwar Hawkwar
war veteran He was also Utahs rt hs first
broom maker He leaves a wife eight eightchildren eightchlldrpu eightchildren
children and sixteen grandchildren grandchildrenMargaret rraudchlldrtnInrgar grandchildrenMargaret
Margaret Inrgar et the 10yearold daughter dau htf > r of
Bishop John A Egbert E rt of West est Jordan
IB I seriously ill of pneumonia
The Odd Fellows and IUt the Rebekahs
joined joln > d in entertaining their friends at atsrde 1
enrdB rd8 Friday evening e hl1g The function was wasgiven I Igiven
given Ivfn in the > I 0 O F I hall and a d was
highly hhhl enjoyable enjoyableMiss enjo enjoyableMlBs ablt > f
Miss 88 Eva Roberts of Blngham has hn been beenvtaitlttg beetvisiting
visiting leith her imronts Mr and Mrs 1I David
Diown Dl 1lU the r ast a t we week 1eekThe weekTime k kThe
The Hocky Ro < ky Mountain Bell Telephone TelephonecomP Telephonecompany I
company comP n has a large lar e force of men m 1 at atwork j
work here making preparations for the
installation of a local eXchun exchange e The Theexchange Theexchange
exchange > office will occupy NUt of o the
Mofk tatk buildinr on Main street I
Mr Mrtt R F Bishop will leave In fwo fwoweeks fwoweekJI wo woweeks
weeks for an 1lJ indefinite visit with her
daughter Mrs Irs George Smithers in south southern southern southera ¬
ern California CaliforniaThe CaliforniaThe CaliforniaTime
The petition to o the county cOllnt commission commissioner
er < erg > rs for an election t to decide the matter matt r
of Incorporation incoror Uon has
received the re required requlrec1 r ¬
quired number of signatures Inaur and will
be submitted soon soonPARK soonPARK soOnPARK
Park PH rk City < Ity April 4 trhl This veiling enlu the thervgutar therg1JlfIor theregular
regular nsslon don of f the tl1 city council will
he h hk1 kl and Considerable ou lder bJe business of im importaiice ImportuJtce importuiice
portaiice will bo trammeled tJRnlMt d At this meet
Ing JtI the committee on laws having the thematter themAtter thematter
matter of the Independent T TfOlpthonp Mpehon com company cornpany Omlany ¬
pany will report as to tt In time matter of ofgrunting orJranUug ofgrwntiilg
grunting the privileges asked for by the
Utah company OmpRtt OmpRttIh
The Ih Womans rnmnnlI Athenaeum Ath > uaeul11 held Its regu ¬
lar meeting yesterday afternoon at The
home h me of Mrs lr Charles Heath and trans transacted tranJltted traitsacted ¬
acted th this usual busiiKHNi btJshtP fl of the club
C A Blocher went to Salt Lake Lak yester yesterlity > Rter RterhI ¬
day hI evening t > nlnJ to attend a the meeting meetln of the
board of the State Bike association aS5ocf tJolI He Hereturned He1lturnpd liereturned
returned thte thl morning and reports that It Itw Itws Itwas
w ws s practically lraU < ftlly arranged arrdugt > d that the tll < annual annualreui annul1lreUt annUitlrout
rout Ion be hi > hold in Ogdoii In September SeptemberThe SeptemberThe > r rThe
The Installation of officeraelect in Park Purkoge
lodge oge No 74 B P O 15 was deferred defrrrNln
last ln t evening enln until the next regular meet meetIng m meetizig t tInS
InS when District Deputy Loary I ar > of Salt SaltLuke SftJtLuke SaltLnR
Luke LnR lodge J dgo wllPbe up nnd do the work workThe worRThe workTim
The remains > of Mrs Ed Buckley Bucklo who whodied whothem 110 110dh1
died here a day or two ago were taken takento takento takemito
to Henefcr Jl nettr her old home thin morning morningfor mornhltor
for Iut Idlerm interment rment > nt At iho he 0 time tip1 qC Q Qf41tIII1 Qf41tIII1mf tho dMlh dMlhof ilWUhpC
of mf Mrs Buckl Buckley Sir hi ftiisbftifdv lJil5bIUJtiThit V < rI III IIIt II1McicitO
McicitO t fe and Jt was ThipOPtflble 10I JbI for 1 mil to toiet 10et
get et here In time for the funeral unera Dtr j
night that the demands of the combined combinedopposition mblnedrppositlon
opposition In military mattery the most mostImportant mostimportant mostimportant
Important of which is the use of Hun Hungarian Hungarian lIungarian ¬
garian as the language languageof of command can cannot c cannot n nnot
not be obtained in a constitutional man manner manner mnnnor =
ner and that decisive steps by the crown crowntoward crowntoward crowitoward
toward a settlement of o the crisis will willonly willonl willonly
only onl be taken after the combined oppo opposition opposltion ¬
sition has shown whether it purposes to toattempt toattempt
attempt to gain its demands unconsti unconstitutionally unconstitutionally unconstltuUonally ¬
tutionally or not This means in other otherwords otherwordR otherwords
words that the crown says to the oppo opposition oppoIUon oppositlon ¬
sition Wewill Ve will wait and see what you youare youare ou ouar
are ar going gol g to do doA doA doA
A report 1 port which Is current this th s evening
to the effect that Emperor Francis Jo Joseptr JosePh Josemm
septr purposes talking over witji ltJllhe the heir heirapparent heiTappar heirapparent
apparent appar nt Archduke Francis Ferdinand Ferdinandthe crdlnandthe
the entire Hungarian situation causes causesconsiderable causesconsiderable ausesc
considerable c nslderu le lnter interesting sting comment be because becaUse ¬
cause It will be the first frtstlhst instance nce of ofthe ofthe
the emperor consulting with his probable probablesuccessor probableSuccessor probablesuccessor
successor concerning affairs of state
ceased ce cobe ased sed was about 25 years Ctlrs of 0 age had hadt hadbeen haden
t been be bele > aen en married about three years ars and andleaves nndrl
leon leaves l le aves two children the youngest being beingonly beingonl
only onl on ly about ten days old oldPROVO oldPROVO oldPROVO
Provo Ai iril > ril 5 5A A marriage license 13 iff i inorted
reported ro to have been obtained in Salt Saltake
Lake L La ake Cft City yesterday Y66terd by George H Lewis Lewisand Lewisand Lewisnd
LF and a nd Miss May Iu Nelson both of Spanish S Snanishork > anlsh
Fork F ork The couple were married in the the1Salt
t Salt Sa Sath lt Lake temple today The groom Is Isthe Isth Ise
Jj the th e assessor of Utah county count and Mr Ir and andrs
Mrs M Mci rs Lewis will make their home in this thiscity thiscl thisty
c city cityMrs cl tyMrs ty
Mrs Irs Cora M 1 C Despin died dl f at the thestate thestate timeate
s state st ate mental hospital yesterday from ce cerebral cerebral ccbral ¬
r rebral re bral hemorrhage hemorrha e The deceased was 28 28years 26ears 20ears
years > y ears of age and has relatives in Marin Marinette Marinette ManntOi
e ette Ot tOi WIs who have been Informed of ofher other ofer
her h er death The remains are being bein held heldat heldat heldthe
ftl at the undertaking parlors of Graham GrahamJones Grahamt Grahamnes
Jones t Jo W nes lwaltlng awaiting instructions from the re relatives reA retives ¬
latives lativesA la tives tivesA
A daughter dau hter has been born to Mr and andMrs andMrs andrs
S Mrs M rs Oliver Clark all well wellMrs wellMrs wellMrs
Mrs George Boyce is at a t the Provo I > roo gen general genal cn cneral
e eral or al hospital suffering from from an internal internaltrouble intcrnaltrouble Internalouble
t trouble tr ouble for which she has undergone art artoperation atieration
operation operationThe operationThe op ° eration erationThe
The Syearola Syearohnon < son on of Street Supervisor
A O York is suffering from a severe at attack attack at atck ¬
p tack ta ck of diphtheria but it Is believed ho honow
is now out of danger dangerA
A mrirriase mf rriage license has been issued to toAdelber toA totelber
A Adelber elber J Thorn aged 21 and Maud L LBnrnett LBnrnett Larnett
B Bnrnett arnett aged ag d 21 both of Sprlngville < and andone andOut ande
one On ° J e > to W V S Bills of Payson Pas n aged 25 and andNellie andellie
oo Nellie N J ellie Houghton of Spanish Fork aged agedoo nged1hltEcotton agedJudge
Judge Whitecotton left today toda for Wash Washipgton Washgton Yashqlgton
K1 ipgton gton to appear before the supreme court courtin courtin courtthe
i in the case of Clark Co vs E J Nash Nashappealed Nashppealed
appealed a 1 by b plaintiffs from the supreme supremecourt supremeurt
9 court co < urt of the state The case is one O involv
IT ins ja g the Question < of eminent domain for forright forght I
r right ri ght of way for conveying conY lng Irrigation Irrigationwater I
water w v ater for private use which was upheld upheldby upheldi
b by y the state supreme court courtPrincipal courtPrincipal
Principal Walker of the Pleasant PleafoantGroQ PleafoantGroQhooJf Grove Groveschools GroveL
schools c hooJf = and an members of his family f mll are aresuffering areffering L
s suffering su uff ffering > rin from attacks of smallpox al although although alough ¬
though th ough not of very vcr severe form formSevon formSeven
Seven Sev < > n Pleasant PleJL < mnt Grove boys were w < ro arrest arrstd arrestSunday
5 ed > d Sunday for stealing chickens and fined finedfrom finedfrom finedom
r from fr om S7 7 to 520 20 each by Justice JUlti < Noble NobleMr Nobleilr
Mr ilr apd Mrs Ephraim Sutton have ha > re returned returned nomrmied ¬
4 turned ti from a trip to Los Angeles where wherethey whrcI
they tile th ey have enjoyed t > a a pleasant visit during duringthe duringth
the th e winter winterQueen winterQueen
Queen qut > n Esther a very ln pleasing ope operetta opertUa ¬
r retta re tte will he presented restnted In the opera house houseon housethe i
on em the th < 20th h and 21st by h the > Fifthward Fifthwardjuvenile FlfLhwardjuvenile
juvenile ju venile choir for the benefit of the ward wardhouse wardhouse wardouse L
house h ouse building fund fundWILL fundWILL fundWILL
Summit S ummit County Commissioners De Decide DccideonThis ¬
cide cideonThis on This Step StepCoalville StepCoahillt StepCoaiviiie
Coalville > Anril 5 5The The county count commis commnisommers
fs sioiiers si ioner ommers s have decided that Summit county
is in need of a jail and steps hat > been beoentakep beenkep
taken ta kep to erect one The new jail will cost costabout costabout costbout
about a 3500 and will be a modern place of ofdetention ordetention oletention
detention d in every respect retPr > ct The old court courthous courtouse ourthouse
house h ouse on tho hill hi l which has caused so somany sonulny arlnv
many nulny nh lnv costly acrimonious county sent sentfights sentlIhts sealblmtrm
fights f lIhts will be e sold soldThe soldThe old oldThe
The funera funt funeralsorvlces > rat 1services st > hics over er the late lat Mrs MrsGenuine 11 11Genuine
Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineGarters GenuineCarters
Carters Little CittleLiver Liver Pills PillsMust Pill PillMust I IMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE ofh ofFACSIMILfI
T Very smitH J1 ll and as easy c8Jto easyto
to take as sugar sugarFOR sugarC angaaii
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Mary l1a rB Buckley uc k I who JIO died at Itirk I1rkC City it last lastweekwere l lastweekwere as t twceJ5
weekwere wceJ5 wcre held this afternqon At Henefcr HenefcrHer 1ienefcrHer lieneferHerbnsband
Her Herbnsband husband Is ia 1nIt iaMecPitfld MojilcpV t ttnd it wasim wasimposslblfor wtwimpQsslblbifor 51m 51mposslblQor
posslblfor him to be vvI ll iWbi Hhfe fhfS wlf 1ebc rlZebefare 1ebcf c be before ¬
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neruL CChjo ho Bov Ro RS Gex GeorgwCok corgtaCookoffictated corgtaCookoffictatedat > rsft Cook officiated officiatedat
at the services serviceDrJ yrV yrVDrJ t tDr
DrJ Dr J M TanQurtl Tamjcrthjrsuperintendent azcr tkouperintendent mapcrlntcndont of ofchurch ofchur efchurch
church chur h schools chool returned to Salt Lake yes yesterday yestcrefa cs cster ¬
terday ter tcrefa aS Mr Tanner Tnnri r has been hero for the thepurpose thepUrpm thepurpose
purpose < of determining the advisablllty advlsaDllItyof advlsaDllItyofestablishing advlsaShiityefestablishing of ofestablishing
establishing a church academy in Coal Coalvllle Coallilt CoalviSe
vllle lilt > It Is If not known what he will report reportto
to tho church authorities on the subject subjectA
A marriage license Uc < > nse was issued to John JohnForeman J nn nnl
Foreman l and Labie Yobnson this morn ¬
ing The young people are from Park ParkCity ParkClb
LittlcVGirl Littl irl Died from Too Much Rope RopeJumping RopeJumping RopeH
H Jumping JumpingNew JumpingI
New I w York April S LLouiso Louise L uis Rivers or o
New Ne Rochelle 11 years of age has sac sacrificed sacrifloed sacrificed ¬
rificed her life In a successful effort to
her become the skipping rope champion ch mplon o ot
neighborhood neighborhoodTo
To jump the rope rop 200 times has long
been the
championship record of time dis ¬
trlet The child had often tried in vain
to exc exceed ed It When she began jumping
In i n her last attempt Louise looked as well I
as usual As she approached the 300 00 mark I
she was pale and tired but she doggedly
kept on jumping I
At 218 the girl fell screaming with pain
and died shortly shortt afterwards at the hos ¬
pital The doctors found she had been
attacked attnclted by acute appendicitis appendicitisAGED appendicitis1t appendicitisAGED
1t Ilia IliaAGED
Keokuk In April 5 5Judge Judge Jaeger
aged TO 0 proprietor of the defunct Com
morolal National bank which failed here
last Ftebruary was indicted today toda on
three counts for fraudulent fraudult > nt banking lIe
Is now In the county count Jail JailCliesrry jailAyers
Ayers AyersCherry Aj
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grip bronchitis consumption
For over sixty years the
leading cough medicine of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole world Ask your doc docfor doctor
tor tor all an aoouc about nhnuf if n it JcAyorCo xfoweui xfoweuiUnsolicited Lotreii o oH ares aresHERPICIDE
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Alf H Kelley Kel1e residing at 2193 19 Devisa Devisadero Dcvislldero Devisadero
dero St San Francisco Cnl writes the thefollowing the1ol1owln thefollowing
following followingWheu 1ol1owlnThea followingWliei
Wheu Thea I first purchased Herplcide 1 1thought Ithousht 1thought
thought like the majority of hair prep preparations prfparat preparations ¬
arations arat ons it would prove a a fake I am amhappy amhappy amhappy
happy to state that on the contrary contrar it is isall isaU isall
all and even more than you claim for
It Quite a number of barbers through throughout throughout ¬
out the section in which I travel > l have havecalled h8 h8called havecalled
called attention to the new hair sprouting sproutinout
out on my m scalp and inquired of mi miwhat mtwhat muwhat
what I have been using usln I tell thtm
Herpicide also give > them your name nameand nameand nameamid
and address Sold by b leading druggists
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he doors to death Cure your 0U1 cold old but butcftlrCy0tmr t te1your
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time The danger is there thereThat therehat thereThat
That hat is it > why a soothing syrup is not notaA imotan
an you need Something that t gx galSNtiUight galS > es esstraight I I Istinight
straight to the lungs heals them th > U1 sets setsthem setsthem I Itimeni
them at work again with the vigor of ofhealth oflidaIththat I Ih
health h ullhthat that is what you need You Youfeel t tfeel
feel the comfortable warmth of lungs lungsIn
In healthy heulth action just after taking Dr DrAckers Drt Dr4ekers
Ackers t tkers English Engli h Remedy This is not notInc 1 1cine JQue
cine of the thousand cough syrups S IUPS It ItwJH 4 4will
will jll cure your cough and your cold coldBut old oldBut I
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lungs lungsAH lun s I Idruggists I
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