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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY APRIL 13 3 1905
AN PATTERSON PATTERSONAND PATTERSONAND PATTERSONAND
AND THE SMITHS SMITHSajnily
ajnily Reunion in the Tombs in inJNew inJNewYork ncw ncwYork eW eWYork
York YorkUL YorkILL
I IILL
ILL BE ARRAIGNED TODAY TODAYAWNBROKiER TODAYAWNBROI
AWNBROKiER AWNBRO < tR STERty > IS NOT NOTPOSITIVE NO NOTPOSITIVE l1 l1POSITIVE
POSITIVE POSITIVENrTC POSITIVEYork i
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NrTC York April AptiI12J 12 12J J Morgan 1l 1 an Smith I
1 hi wife jfr who were brought hero heroi
f i Cincinnati I yesterday to answer answeri an w r rlurgr
i lurgr 1 i irgr of conspiracy with Nan Pat Patrrtn Patto I IHun
Hun to obtain money mone from Caosor Caosorit aosnr aosnrI
> it I s will JJl not plead to the Indictment Indictmentt
t l next nr t Friday They were W re arraigned arraignediiip
iiip I P court of genera g general nernJ sessions today todayI to todayrn aj ajt
I t upnn rn request of their attorney the theLjf thev
Ljf 1 c f v ia u 6 continued continuedTbn fonthluedTin tonthiuedTl
Tin Tl continuance of the case was wasi as
i M 1 by the t1 Smiths through their at atrf atn
rf 4 to permit them an opportunity opportunityexamine opporlunltyamIne opportunitycinnc
< examine cinnc amIne the minutes of the grand grandi grandhirh I II
i > vhfch hirh indicted them on the con conr coniarg
r tacy ru charge iarg > Abraham Levy coun couni
i i for r Nan an Pattei Patterson son a a codefendant codefendanth
i h the Smiths and who is also await awaiti awaittTial awaitiaI
i fnal iaI f for ir the murder mUrd r of Caesar Caeaari Cae81rIUtlJ CaesarthIg
i lung nskcd permission to be heard heardthe heardthe heardthe
the pr ceedlnge edingo He requested As Asait Astalt Asa
ait a it District Attorney Hand to waive waiveu waiveuuaJ waiveutiiI
u uuaJ ual notice of motion to the dis dist
t attorney attorJ f but this Mr Ir Rand R nd re ref3 rec
f3 c 1 to do The court finally gave gaveT lRyeLevV gaveLevy
T Levy one day instead of two In Inrh Inch InC
rh C h to notify the district attorney attorneyk attolneykg attorneykIg
k kg ng the motion returnable tomor tomori tom tomorAt or orAt
i At that time arguments will be beand bef
f and Miss Patterson will be ar aric ari
ic 11 < l ca IiI the charge of conspiracy conspiracySmiths conspiracSmiths conspiracySmiths
Smiths Statement StatementI
It I fore orC being taken to the Tombs prla prlaSmlth prIilmlth prh4rr1th
Smlth made a statement In which11ld whichr1d which whichRaid
Raid RaidI
j I am very glad to be back in New Newi ew ewt
i 1 rk i k The name of my family has hasbesmirched hasbrsmlrchcd hasbiinirehed
besmirched I have not had a anr aI
nr 1 I n to clear It but I will My Iy move movets mover
r ts t on the day the pistol was bought boughti
i t very easily easU traced I had written writtenPI
PI 1 out naming every person 1 > erson I met mett
t t day that I know knowThe knowThE knewTh
The Th record was in the trunk which whichus vhichsonflseate
us confiscated s < 1 in Cincinnati and is isw isIn isIn
w In the th poeeasslon pote 88lon of the district districtTy dislrlctt
t Ty Iv I am very cry grateful for the thei thehirt thert
i fiir hirt rt t attorney having it itI itld itr
I r did 111 ld not buy that revolver and I Irv Ir Ir
r rv r anyone to swear or Identify me as asman asn asiai
man manA n iaiAhd an anAkpd
A Akpd ked why wh he and his wife left New 1 Newk ew ewk
v k so o hurriedly last ast June he an anFTri antrL
FTri FTriI 4 trL trLr 1 1I
I I have no reply repl to make I will not notR notJs
1 R jss my m case further except on ad adf
f f V > cf counsel counselStern counselStern Lii1SelStern
Stern Not Positive PositiveSrvrril Positivepersons PositiverrruI
Srvrril persons who were called by byprosecution 1130I
I prosecution Trn > rution a all witnesses at the thest theRt theI
st trial I iil of Nan Patterson and who whoxpccted whoxpfdp whoI
I xpccted by the district court to totfy tot
tfy t fy Smith MS the man mentioned mentionedf mentionedHH
HH 1 f ir testimony were in court when whenr whenJtVHlf1S
r r irls JtVHlf1S > nprs were arraigned todny todnyV
V t g i thrm was aM Ilymati Stern the thet thehokr
t linker 1 nkr who sold the revolver with withY withYUIIJ
1 Y YUIIJ 1 niiifc was ws killed km Before going goingto
to C tmirt I Itil Uft t Stern said lIP was wa doubtful doubtfulv
v 1 could ftJlr iihil positively Identify Smith Smithf
f FT lld id id lie 11 Raw si 110 o many man people In his hisi hisIt
i i 1 it j vas c u is impowlble to remember remembertpri > r
tpri irr all a ji 1 After A ftCI he had soon Smith Smithtrw Smithtt
tt trw sad 41 today todayii toda todaI todayI
< > ii I 4 I I fjald fOa ah1 Id before about a bou t not being beingr eingScenC
t r SOPF SOPFScene
Scene Was Affecting AffectingTfi
Tfi ttas a as an affecting scene when whent when1ttttrrnn hen henPattr
t Pattprfon Pattr on and her h r sister met in the thei thepriflorl theprito
i o prison prito When last they the saw sawother sawothr sawotir
other they occupied an apartment apartmenttliT apartmentthr apartmenthi
tliT hi r Ii an uptown hotel Today Todayfi Toda TodaPI
fi vero t ere prisoners Mis Patterson PattersoncaiH Pattereong
1 caiH lallfet g tiid d the consent of the th warden wardenoft
oft f t Mrs Smith as soon as she was wasght W5ght washt
ght ht to the prison They The were left leftiTr leftIh1r leftfaziding
iTr > standing with their arms around aroundi
i h I otliere tirt s filhoulers houl iers weeping bitter bitterA
A Ac ic tbf t hh e attorneys and several pris prisfli pi9miabl prisill
ill miabl ials ab stood outside outsidethe the room J Jfdolph Jdlrh 5dilphi
fdolph Patterson theaged th the aged father Of Ofvrjponers OfrlfnnfTs Oft
vrjponers t joined the croup roup He Hearll HearIPf HeaIp
arll aIp with th the warden not to sepa sepaite sevaltf sepaitp
ite ltf thp girls RirleTf girlsT4 irJs irJsr
Tf r T4 yr tu > u can grant an old fathers fathersh fath fatherssaid rs rsh
h said ald he keep the th girls g1rh as near nearrtKr ne nertrVer r rt1J
rtKr t1J Ver t as you ou can while hlle they the are in ina ini
a 1 i rated ratedVa ratcadTprjpn ted tedii
Tprjpn Va d n Flynn saidhe 5aid he would do all all1P an1P allp
1P p nuldfor nuJd itid for him and arringodtp tQ have haveprisoners havetrlsOofrs havepiiinnrs
prisoners on the same tier tier in the theA thenm theolpn
A omens nm olpn ns s prison
VICTIMS A APOQR ARE AREPOOR AREPOOR
POOR PEOPLE PEOPLECollapse PEOtRLEG01Iitpse PEOPLEoflapse
Collapse of f HGetRi GetEichQuiok h iUiok Con Concern Concern n nfern ¬
fern cern in inKansas Kansas City CityGOODBYE OityGOODBYE CityGOODBYE
GOODBYE TO THE SUCKERS SUCKERSFRAUD SUCKERSiFRJUD SUCKERSiFup
iFRJUD FRAUD iFup w WAS APPARENT BUT JHE JHESCHEME THE 1IE 1IESCHEME
f
SCHEME SCHEME WORKED WORKEDKanwi WORKEDr WORKEDKaft8f1 WORKEDKanwiii r
Kanwi City April 12 12Tbe The American AmericanMercantile AmericanMercantile AmericanMercantile
Mercantile association alleged to be a asetrfuhquick a agetriohquick agetrluhquhck
getriohquick concern with offices on ces in ina ina Ina
a downtown office building has been beenclosed beenclosed beenclosed
closed and this notice nested on the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door Goodbye suckers goodbye goodbyeThe goodhyeThe goodbyeThe
The whereabouts of the officers of the theansociation theamoe1atfoll theansoeiatjoi
ansociation is unknown The companys companyshead compall compallhead compaiiyshead
head office was at St Joseph Mo and andfrom an anfrom andfrom
from there a notice has been sent out outto outto outto
to Its subscribers sub crihcrs announcing the sus suspension suspemdol1 suspension ¬
pension In the following foJlowlll words wordsThe wordfThe wordsThe
The officers of the American Mer Mercantile Mrcantlie I r rcantUe ¬
cantile assocIatIon take this menus m 118 to toannounce toannounce toannounce
announce to you that the business of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
said corporation has been b n suspended suspendedand suspe 1c1ed 1c1edand
and that it will be unable to complete completeor
or carry out Its contract with vou vouWhen vouWIlen youWhen
When this notice was received by b the thetKansas theI theKansas
Kansas I ansas City Cft subscribers the majority majorityof majoritof
of whom are a re laboring hi borino people they the the1Jockf
Hocked 1Jockf > d to the concerns office Many Manypitiable Manypitiable Manypitiable
pitiable scenes were enacted enactedThe enactedThe enactedThe
The ijubseribers had agreed to pay pa SI SIa Sla 1 1a
a week for eighty weeks on the promise promisethat promisethat uroinisethat
that they th y were wt > re to receive 100 at the theend thpend theend
end of that period Many an working girls girlsand girlsand irls irlsane1
and laborers had been making pay payments p pments payineilts ¬
ments for months past One woman womanhad womanImd womanhad
had paid J750 iW a week for sixtysix sixtysixweeks sixtysixwffks sixtysixweeks
weeks and an expected soon to realize S720 S720The S 720 720The 2U 2UThe
The American Mercantile association associationbegan associationbegan associationbegan
began business In May ra 1904 and its itsbooks itsbooks itsbooks
books left behind by its officers show showthat showthat showthat
that it had many subscribers The sta stationery stationerJ stathonery ¬
tionery gave the officers as M 1 Bme Bmeninger UtUeningcr Drueiiinger
ninger president and treasurer W L LStamper LStamper LStamper
Stamper secretary L L H Miles IiIE and N NM NJ NM
M J Nordean No dean field managers Bruenin Brueninger
E ger r Is sold sa Id to be in the saloon busi business business business ¬
ness at St Joseph JosephSt
St Joseph Mo 10 April 12 12A A war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant has been issued is med for the arrest of ofHenry ofHenJ ofHenry
Henry HenJ Brueninger president of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Mercantile > company TJ I IT ITMiles HlIes iiMiles
Miles lIes secretary fica < retary and an M f N Nordeau Xordeaufield Nordeaufield Nordeaufield
field manager have disappeared Two Twothousand Twothousand Twothousand
thousand people here lose 30000 by b the thefailure LheCailurca thefailure
failure failureIf
If you fear Grip or Pneumonia re remember remember remember ¬
member the best remedy is Pisos Cure CureOFFICIALS CurcI CureOFFICIALSGOT
I I IOFFICIALS
OFFICIALS OFFICIALSGOT GOT AWAY AWAYFederal AWAYFederal AWAYFederal
Federal Grand Jury Would like to toFind toFind toFind
Find Managers of Aetna AetnaTrading ActnaTrading AetnaTrading
Trading Company CompanyChicago CompanyChira CompanyChicago
Chicago Chira o April 12 12SCcret Secret service op operatives 01erathps oreratives ¬
eratives are said to be making an effort effortto effortto effortto
to find a mysterious trunk alleged nl1l > ged to tobe tohe tobe
be missing and wanted in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the federal fed fra I jury investigation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the packing Industry Six other trunks trunksof
of a numbered series have been seized seizedbut 1eizfdbut seizedbut
but federal officials fear that unless the theHeventlt theseventh
1 seventh is recovered valuable informa information infonnatiOI1 information ¬
tion may 1 a be lost The six trunks were weretaken weretaken weretakeit
taken from safety deposit vaults HI1tS in the theFirst theFlrRt theFirst
First National bank building buildingIn
In connection with the search for the themissing themissing themieshlig
missing receptacle > government officers officersnre offlpelsnre ofh1ersare
nre seeking officials of the Aetna Trad Trading Tradinh Tradjug
jug compajiy eomp n who it Is said may be beable heable Ieable
able to tell the grand jurors the mean meaning meaning ziieaning ¬
ing of every item con contain tain PC > 1 in the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books and papers pap > rs found in the trunks trunksThe trunksThe trunksThe
The information sought is In relation relationto
to alleged plans practiced to raise the theprice theprlCe theprice
price of sausage casings casin s When rh n the theofficials th thofficials theofficials
officials of the company learned that an aninvestigation aninYesti aninvestigation
investigation inYesti tfon was to begin their offices officeswere officeswere ofliceswere
were closed closedHenry ci05edHenry cIosedHenry
Henry G Godfrey said sai to havebeen havebeensecretary have havebeensecretary been beenseeretary
secretary and d treasurer was traced by bysecret bySlIcret bysecret
secret service > men from Chicago Chka o to To Toronto Toronto Toronto ¬
ronto Canada where all iLl trace of him himwa himwas himwaa
wa was lost He is said to have been trav traveling traveling traycling ¬
eling In possession of twenty trunks trunksPOSITION trunksPOSITION trunksPOSITION
POSITION FOR DARROW DARROWChicago DARROWChicago DARROWChicago
Chicago April 12 12Iayor Mayor Edward E EDunne l lDunne EDunne >
Dunne today appointed Clarence S SDarrow SDarrow SDarrow
Darrow to have charge of all the trac traction traction traction ¬
tion litigation of the city cityMr cityMr
Mr 1 Darrow represented the mine mineworkers mneworktrs mine mineworkers
workers in thehearings the hearings before the com commissioners commissioners cornmissioners ¬
missioners namedby named b by President t Roose Roosevelt Roo Roovlt Roosevolt ¬
volt to settle the great strike in the an anthracite anthracite anthracite ¬
thracite coal fields
QUEERIs Is It Not Notthat Nottllat Notthat
that most dealers bold enough enoughto
to claim their clothes as aspood asgood asgood
pood good as H S M Mare Marelittle are a alittle alittle
little SHYwhen SHY when it comes comesto comesto comesto
to delivering the goods goodsAnd
And the part tsfiey ey are SHY is t die dieBEST theBEST h > e eBES
BEST BES im iiii lil H Sf e M Glories GloriesH
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< H S M L OIqffics l t s at t this tlilsisl shop p only onlyr onlyto
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RICHARDSON RICHARDSONA > N APAl ADASCO ADASCOA SCO SCOA
A CLOTHES CLOTH S SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt MENThe
of At the The Pour Sign Signof gn j THIS TE1 S 8 j jI
17 I 172 7 2 MAIN STREET S STEEi STEEiL ttEET d 1 > <
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STATE 41t NEWS NEWSCHJNAMAN NWSCWNAMAN 1 I ICHJNAMAN
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CHJNAMAN GOES G ES INSANE INSANESalt I NSINESalt
Salt Lake LakeCelestial Celestial of Whom Foul FoulPlay FoulPlay FoulPlay
Play Was Feared Turns TurnsDp TurnsUp TurnsUp
Up in i Park ParkPark ParkPark ParkPark
Park City April 12 l 12At Ah Jim a China Chinaman Chinaman ChinaThan ¬
man or Salt Lake L1 C suddenly became insane insaneana inKKnantI insaneand
ana made Ills wayon ay on foot to t toPark Park City
He I e created quite a little pxcitenjoijt c > in the theupper thepper theUppertiar
upper Uppertiar pper oart of town lasl evening fniuS by act acting a acting < t ¬
ing 1 s queerly Q rly and talking talkln to himself The Theofficers Theofflcer Iheofflcenl
officers were > notified but before the city eft eftoCCJctrs
officers coultl < oul get him the Chinaman had hadwhisky hmlot hadgot
got ot beyond th city it IImiW iirni i The They thought
thoUgh that It was In all prohablllty a
CfIlstlaJ who had got too much p paytiny ydny
whisky whi lt but who was on his way W8 back i
to work at the DalyAVet t mine This Thisafternoon ThisnfternoolJ Thisafteriooi
afternoon notice was sent to Charles
Mmr lllir sheriff that the Chinaman < was UP
at the tI DalyWest mine from which point
the sheriff brought him himJtlothc
Another Jtlothc > r part of it was WR that the th crazy craz
man and unf another of his hlscountomcn countrymen wer Wfrp iV iP
In the green vegetable business near StIlt
lj bake ke and In tlie course of their Ii li business buslneHsrelations bUfllneKsrflations businessrelations
relations the > i urtiier iktrtner became IiuIeMe < l to
Ah Jut the crazy man In ilie he mini tJlm ot o
title 100 This was known known i Ly v the Chinese Chinesecolony Chln Chinesecolony > se secolony
colony in Salt Lake anti when when they the hoard
that Ah Jim was UK pone one and could not be be1eated
located loca ted they the at once took uo the idea ideathut ideathut tzioathat
thut the partner had killed him to be rid ridof ridof ridof
of the debt The partner wa was given len the
Idea I < el that if lie h did not return Ah Jim to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake alive that he was in danger of
his life Accordingly Accordin ly the partner in the thevegetable theYesetnble thevegetable
vegetable business walked into lown this thismornins thismOlnln thismotning
mornins mOlnln looking lookin for the wild Chinamun Chinamanand Chinamunand Chinamunand
and will go back to Salt Lake this even evenIng tVfnIn evening
Ing In pleased plta H I over oy < > r the result of Ills trip and andthe undth ittidthe
the th fact that he can show to the brother brotherCelestials brotherCplostlsls brotherCeloatisis
Celestials in Salt Lake that their man manstill mansUII manstill
still Jives though perhaps a little unbal unballanced uuballaned unballanced
lanced lancedThis lanedThis lancedThis
This morning Thomas Cunningham on onof one onaof oneof
of the oldest old > St residents of Park City Cit died diedat diedat diedat
at his home of miners mln > rs consumption De DectRs Doceased Deceased ¬
ceased ctRs > d has been a sufferer with with the th die disease dlsase dieuse ¬
ease < use which caused C used his death for a little littleover Httlaor littleover
over a year car and during that time has hasbeen hasbeen haslweit
been unable to do more than move around aroxmdhis aroundhis
his home Mr Ir Cunningham came to Park ParkCity ParkCI ParkCity I
City CI y a little more than twentysix years yearsago yearsago ears ears8g0
ago and for a long time was employed at atthe atthe atthe
the Ontario mill At the shutdown of ofthis ortkls ofthis
this property he went to the Silver Kins Kinsmine I 1Ungmine ln lnmlnol
mine where he worked for about ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years yearsDeceased yearsDeceased yearsDeceased
Deceased is survived by b a wife and four fourgrown foursrown fourgrown
grown children three sons and a daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter Mrs Irs Frank Collins Funeral seer services senices seerIces ¬
ices will be held tomorrow and Interment Intermentwill Intermentwill intermentwill
will take place in the Glenwood cemetery cemeteryThe cemeterThe cemeteryThe
The case of T J Tllden charged with withattempt withattempt withattempt
attempt to commit the crime of rape upon uponDottle uponDottie uponDottie
Dottie Simons was heard In the justices justicescourt justicescourt justicescourt
court of this precinct yesterday and this tnismorning thismorning thismorning
morning County Attorney AUornf EVans assist assisted assisted assisted ¬
ed by b Attorney Ingebretzen of Salt Lake Lakeconducted IAtkeI Lakeconducted
conducted con uctNl the examination for the state stateand statfan stateand
I and an upon hearing the th evidence the th < court courtfound courtfound courtfound
found no re r reason son on for holding the defend defendj defendant
I ant and accordingly discharged him The Theasf Thecase
j case asf has attracted considerable Interest Interestin Intc > rest restin
in town for Several Sen > ral days da and the decision decisionof
of the court has been b > en awaited anxiously anxiouslyRESULT anxiouslyRESULTOFPIN
I IRESULT
RESULT RESULTOFPIN OF PIN POISONING POISONINGRichfield POISONINGRichfield I IRichfield
Richfield Woman Meets With Pecu Peculiar Peculiar ¬
liar Accident Accidentnichfield Accidentnl Accidentfl1huield
nichfield nl hfeld April 12 12ir Mrs P C Nielson Nielsonof
of this city had an experience the other otherday othtrdaywhlclt otherday
day daywhlclt which for awhile threatened thr < < > atencd to ter terminate terJnlnate terinmate ¬
inmate fatal fatally h In some omf manner n1 UHlcr a brass brasssafety brasstafet brasssafety
safety tafet pin sot g t inside of her undercloth underclothing ¬
ing and lodged lo gc down dow in the bend of the theknee theknee theknee
knee She SI felt f lt a slight 811 ht scratching hut butl hutImhl hutP511
l Imhl > aid no particular attention att < > utlolt to it as she shetlmiiidit shethought shethought
thought it was Wlt just a 1 small burr or brier brierWhen hrlf linerVhen > r rYh
When Yh n she he disrobed dl robtd to sro o to bed for the thenight thenl thenight
night nl ht she found foun the Kin with the point pointimbedded pointimb pointimbedded
imbedded imb < > delfd in the flesh Her lee I S had al already already ¬
ready begun to sWf swell > II and the I he > swelling swellingcontinued swellinglontlnued swellingcontinued
continued to increase and spread sprea and andnumb a aliiJlil
numb feeling f > IInJ began to creep crc > over her hercaused hprQu tiercaused
caused Qu d by b the poisoned pin A physician physicianwas I
was at once > summoned SUJumon > and found IKT IKTcondition hironditlon
condition ondH Ion to be > very serious as the t he brass brasspin bra braJIll brassphi
pin JIll had poisoned her leg I and the poison poisonhad poisonhad poisonhad
had aone onfO into her h < r entire system The Thephysician Thelhsidan ThelIiSiciafl
physician says had the th delay bo been > n an au
hour later IHt > r It would have proven pro n fatal fatalOwrles fatalChft fatalCharles
Charles Chft rl < 5 Cliristofersoji Crlstorr oll H young YOln mwn of n nElsinore
Elsinore dled Tuesday Tuda morning as the theresult UIPrCsult theresult
result of an a attack of it meafles mea < lOS lie had
been sick onlv H few days with the > dis disease disease disease ¬
ease but ut It was in a very v ry severe sc > re form form
The deceased was 23 years cars old and an was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the son of Mr and Mrs lr8 lUmll Christof Chr fitof
ferson of that Place ulaceThe DIRceThe PlaceThe
The farmers institute > th that t is to be held heldat h hehelat > 1d 1dnt
at Monroe Friday lrlda and Saturlay of this thisweek thit4wPk thispek
week pek promises promlt < < s to 0 be b > one of the best ever
held in this thi county countvFARMERS countyFARMERS countyFARMERS
FARMERS IN INSESSION INSESSIONHold SESSION SESSIONHold SESSIONHold
Hold an Interesting and Instructive InstructiveSession InstructiveSession InstructiveSession
< Session at Ephraim EphraimKnhraiui EphraimEphraim EphralmEphraiui
Knhraiui April 11 11Th The first days dayseion sea seaSlon 8 8Jon
eion Jon of th Sftnpete county count farmers in institute institute institute ¬
stitute was held in the Tabernacle In
this city cit yesterday Jester 8 All the sessions of
the institute were Wf > re well attended and andmany lJU lJUmaUI auudinauiv I
many able i papers > aj > r were heard h < > ard The in institute institute iiistituute ¬
stitute will jJI close lost this evening pt > ning with a gen general genf general ¬
eral f > ral session tiN 8ion after holding two sessions
today tods with an extra session s in for the ta
dies in the afternoon a t rJJoQn A larre number numberof
of representative r farmers rar nfrR from all over ot > r
the th county count are in j attendance at tb in institute inIUtntf iiistituute ¬
stitute The nrofessors from rom the expert experimental expertmental xperimental ¬
mental station staled that it was wa the th th1arget
largest institute that t they had attended
In In this state Professors VVIdtso and I
Clark an and < i Mrs Irs AVidtsoe jdt o are a ri > present pr nt from
the experiment station at Logan
AH the schools of < > f this tbi county will close
May 26 2 6 with the tit exception pUon of th the Eph Ephraini Ephraim Ephraini
raini schools hoolJl and they will continue until
JUDe 12 Commencement ComJ1eJt ement exercises e eyercl r for forall forall forall
all the schools of the county ount will be held
on the th ° above > named date dat Moroni schools booltl
will tfose t tose Aoril A riJ IS ISli89 ISOU IStie
> OU li89 tie Rose Larsen Lars ° n of this city and Mv Mvross > th Iy
ron Btiiice of Mount Pleasant will be hp1t
wattefl 1t e in marriage at the latter city eft to toPROVO
day
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProve NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo April 12 1Flve Five hundred horses
from from all parts of the county eOUllt are expected
in JIJM 11M In the horse hor fair parade r d here on
Saturday Excursion Exur ion rate telJ have ha been beenmade h4usiade n nJ11adfO
made for the > day ria over both roads awl
tU the horse breeders and the citizen gen generally mener11y n nentllJ ¬
erally expect x ct to take a day off and enjoy
themselves admiring admirin and comparing the
fine stock that will be exhibited CxhlhitecldRulthtfr exhibitedduughter
A daughter has been born be > rn o Dr and
Mr Ir F W W Taylor al all well wellA weilA wellA
A marriage msrria license Ih > nl has been en issued il led to
Edward Watkins atkln of Vernal ernal age aged < t 23 and
Clalro Stewart of Provo aged ed 23 21Pro
Professor Pro ir J R Bo B Boushard hard hall IP bcn b 11 en ensrajtred f0n engngnd
srajtred n < Jd br the th board of education an in instructor Instructor ¬
structor in music Utu lc in th public schools
for the ensuing ensuln year far at m > a month and
Mips tiN Florence Flor ne Jepperson as assistant a lflltant at ata ata I
50 a month monthThe uiuouithTis
I
The T1 following roll in Provo people JI left this tnismorning thismotnln thisnietaing
morning ovex the D R G for Los An AnSeles Anel Angels
gels el and Portland Mr and Mrs lr8 T 15
ar MGrsw lr Graw Mrs Mr Charles Grier Mr irs J J J
Knight daughter dRu htr and son Mr IIr iid id Mrs trtt
John Morwick Mrs Ir Emma Sutton Miss MissIawn I1RS I1RSFRwn
Fawn Sutton Mr 1 John ochran and
da daughter Rht r W A Wlllard YfIIRr Mrs lrH Kitty A
Hines Mrs Ir W V H Randall RandallThe Randallflue Randallrlte
The Utah County ou minty n 1 Medical society so lpt met
today todR and discussed dlcu d several important importantquestions in inip6rtatitqsestlons vortftnt vortftntqestlon
questions affecting the medical me < 1icltl profession I
A D Wicks 1YI < kR died dl > d at the > county ollnt infirma infirmary ¬
ry today at the as ascer age i oC 11 years tN4 from can cancar nn nncere
car The remains will be shipped hlpPt < 1 to Bat Battle Batt ButtIe ¬
tIe t Creek r k Mich where wh re the deceased Has Hasrelatives ImsrI8Uv hasrelatives
relatives relativesBon relativesBen > s sB
Bon B > n Joreensen > n of Pleasant Ple 88J1t Grove has hasbeen liaRboEn liesbeen
been arrested at the instance of Sheriff
Harmon in connection with the possession possessionof
of a watch belonging sto a neighbor Mrs MrsJvereoii Mrsiverson rs rs1ersoll
Jvereoii Jors Torgpnsen nsen claims Mrs Iversons Iversonssou Jversossolt
sou 4 l old him the tl1 watch This is denied by b btJtf1
tJ the e Ivenson boy Jorgensen jorgpm < > n will 111 have a
hearing before Justice > Xoon XoonA
A marriage license has been issued to toKlias totUa toElms
Elms tUa A 1 Flanch aged 21 I and Mary Thom Thomas
as a aged 19 both of Spanish Fork ForkAMERICAN ForlAM ForkAMERiCAN
AMERICAN AM R AN FORKNOTESv FORKNOTESvAmerican FORK FORKNOES FORKNOESAtherican NOTES NOTESAmerican
American Fork April 11 11lr Mr arhd alidArthur hd itr itrArthur tn tnArthur
Arthur McCarthy cCarth of th the First ward ud Jo 10t iefflucre Ct
here IterC today for San Francisco Francl Cal at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which place they tlll > Y will ipend the coming comingyear comln comlnear comingyear
year ear doing doh missionary labors for C r the Lat Lafctardax LattardaA Lutterds9P
tardaA tardax Saints SaintsMr SnlntUr SaintsMr
Mr and d Mrs Robert CrookstoriY rook6to sr r Of Ofthis orthis r rtb
this tb place left here today today for Oakland OaklandGaTk Ollldandc OaklandCiii
GaTk c n for 3n an extended visit with their theirDaughter thQirJ thzQlrdauTitEt
Daughter J ugJiler who lio lives s at that t lat place > They Theyexpect Tl1 Tl1e Theyexpect
expect e pect to be > absent about aoouttltrco three > months monthsThe monthsThe lllonthsThe
The A C C of U Dramatic company from
Logan lA gan presented presentedthe the play Slfe S1f Stoopstp Stoopstpjid StooPSAConquer
Conquer at tho OPeTil boug hiouite = ast nlgJ1 nlgJ1II nIg4rs
rs W1UJam Rl Ricthtijr ruw who ha hate l been < > ens s shl
hl QJ II iThlI IS Y 1Ir 11 at t h r hame In the Pour FouiZj t
f ri1jshonalezcingt JsbonvalesCIn a as Is al also o her hU hUb
b jid i5ivho d > w who o has b been on layed up with wi th rltou rhl9uintik 11qUPJ
intik flljgt flljgtAsk
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Ask your Jo r grocer gr grocerfo r if 05 Royal rto l Bread r ad
PASSENGER PASS NGER TRAIN TRAINDOWN TRAINPOWN TRAINpowNEMBANKMiT
DOWN powNEMBANKMiT powNEMBANKMiTSixty EMBANKMpLT EMBANKMpLTSixtySeven EMBAN T TSixtySeven
SixtySeven Sixty Seven Passengers assengers InjturecT bl Inure f on onthe onthe < 1 1the
the Yazqo Y zQo Mississippi MississippiValley Missis MississijipialIy sjpi sjpiV
Valley V all alIy y Road i it > r rH i iVicksburg
H ± t Vicksburg Mtss April laThe IS The + 4 4razoo
0 + Yazoo MississippiValley lIlsslssippL Valle Valley pas passenger passenger
+ + senger train No 3 3 southbound 9uthbound + f fwa
> 4 wa was 3 ditched near Harrdee station stationsixteen fc fcf t tsixteen
+ f sixteen miles north of here at atc 4 4f +
c f 12i30 l this morning Reports sta statL statLthHt staa staathat a +
+ that slxty sixtyseven sev l1 passengers were wereinjured wereinjured + 4injured
+ injured A A2lgeclal special train carrying carringphysicians carryingphysicians 4 +
+ physicians has gone to the th scene scc1 scc1of Sce1of 4 44ofthe +
4ofthe + of the wreck It is reported tbe4 the theentir tbeentir4 +
+ entir entir4 passenger train rolled down dOvnanemoo11kment downan 4 44anembankment +
4anembankment + anemoo11kmentH an embankment embankmentTHROUGH 4
+ 4 4THROUGH +
+ + + H + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
CI CITHROUGH
4
THROUGH TRAINS ON ONTHE ON1HE ONTHE
THE 1HE SAN PEDRO ROM Ro RGADOmaha
al alQm
+ Omaha Qm ha April 12 l 12Announce 12Announcemeet Announce 4 I Irnent
+ meet is made today tod9 that through throughtrains throughtrains 4t 4ttrains
+ trains via the Union Pacific arid l1rt l lthe +
4 the San Pedro road from the Ml Mlsourl Mhsouri +
+ sour sourl river rl r to Los J S Angeles will 4j 4 4begin
+ begin May 1 Trains leave leaveSa1t leaveSa1tLake Salt SaltLake 4
4 Lake at 830 p m and Los An Angel Angehs +
+ gelQS gel s at S p in arriving at their theIrd thdirdestination 4 +
+ destination d < the second morning mornln mornlnrlhetrains morningIhe +
+ rlhetrains Ihe trains will carr carry two sleeperSf sleeperSfone slecper 4 4one
+ one of which will m be operated be between between be4 +
+ tween Los Angeles and Chicago on onthe onthe +
+ the Overland Limited trains trainsSHADY 4t
+ 4
4444444444 + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + M + + + + 4 + + MM + + + 44 44SHADY + t + ft +
1111 1111SHADY
SHADY TRANSACTIONS TRANSACTIONSGOT
GOT THEM INTO TROUBLE TROUBLEPhiladelphia TROUBLEPhiIactelphia TROUBLEF1ilIadelphiit
Philadelphia April 12 lZfollow 1tohlowingthie 1tohlowingthienetvpaper Following nS the thenewspaper bc bc1tew
newspaper 1tew paper charges citRIgoS 6C fraudulent trajhs trajhsactions tran tranacti trajmactions
actions acti ns by b certain members of th thConsolidated the theConsolidated theConsolidated
Consolidated Stock exchange of Phila Philadelphia PhjJadelIl1ia PhBadehhiIa ¬
delphia four fourinembers members of the board of ofgovernors orgoernors o ogovernors
governors today resigned two mem members members memhers ¬
bers of the exchange wer werC vere expelled expelledanotlier expelledanot1et expelledanother
another resigned and one was sus suspended SUSpenge suspendet ¬
pended The members or the board of ofgovernors ofgoer ofgovernors
governors goer > rs who resigned were Alexan Alexander AlexandcrJ Alexander ¬
der dcrJ j Huller first vice president presidentCyrus presidentCyrus presidtntCyrus
Cyrus W V Barnholt A A Hayden and andJ andJ
J Huntington Davis In presenting presentingtheir presentingtheir presenthigtheir
their resignations Hayden and Davis Davisrequested Daylsrequested Davisrequested
requested an investigation of the al allegations allegations aliegattons
legations made against them themJulius UlemJuliu themJulius
Julius Juliu Hershfeld resigned and also alsorequested alsorequetded alsorequested
requested an investigation of his histransactions histransactions histransactions
transactions transactionsBarnholt transactionsBarn transactionsBarnholt
Barnholt Barn olt was suspended for failure failureto
to honor claims claimsG
G C Tuthill and C E Mason who whohad whohad ho hohad
had been charged with fraudulent fraudulentpractices fraudulentpractices fraudulentpractices
practices were expelled from member membership mcmbershi membershirt ¬
ship shipThe shi shirtThe
shiThe
The bourse directors held a meeting meetingtoday meetingto meetingtoday
today to uy and approved n the action of ofPresident ofPresld ofPresldnt
President Presld nt Bartol in ordering the Con Consolidated COt1soJidated CoilOliIttted ¬
solidated exchange to vacate its itsquarters itsQuarters Itsquarters
quarters on May lay 1 1KAWSAS IKA1ISAS
tea c cKANSAS
KANSAS PRISON DOORS DOORSARE DOORSARE DOORSARE
ARE OPEN FOR SMILEY SMILEYTopeka SMILEYTopeka
Topeka Kan April 12 12The The mandate mandateof mandatof
of the lh thesupreine supreme court in the Smiley case casehas easehas aseh05
has been sent to the district court iu iuRush inRush lbRush
Rush county with orders that the judg judgmerit judtm jud judmeyt
merit m t 6T the court be carried out ac according a acording according < ¬
cording to law lawSmiley lawSmne lawSiniley
Smiley Smne is secretary of the Kansas KansasGrainDealers Kari Kansasrahi s srait
GrainDealers rait DCalers D alers association associa tion which the theUnited theUnited theIjitited
United States supreme court has re recentlj 1 1pnU yecenthS
centlj pnU dcclar deelarll a to be in violation of ofthe Jf Jfthe ifthe
the Kansas antitrust law He H was wassentenced wa wapntenrp1 wassentenesil
sentenced to serve three months in the thecountv thecounty thecounty
county jail jailPENSIONS jailPENSIONS jailS jailPENSIONS
S
PENSIONS GRANTED TO TOMEMBERS TOi TOMEMBERS
i MEMBERS OF MILITIA MILITIAWashington MILrrlAJ MILrrlAVashington MILWAWashington
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Washington April 12 Commissioner 12oml1tls 12Coinniissionerof jon > r ror
of Pensions Warner has discovered that thatin thatin
in addition to tf granting grantingpelusionx pensions emio s tinder tinderthe underthe
the old nge order tp members of a aPennsylvania aPennsYlyanla aPennsylvania
Pennsylvania militia regiment the tl1Ppension thepension thepension
pension bureau has allowed about 100 100claims 100Iaims 100claims
claims < on applications made prior to toApril toApril
April 13 1904 the date on which hih the theorder theordcr theorder
order went into effect The commission commissioner ¬
er will require that they be > refunded refundedHe lefundNIHe refundedHe
He says 5 Y that in this matter the mistake mistakewaa mistakfW mistakewits
wits W 8 due to error in construction of the thelaws thelairs
laws
1t IZJ I IWILL
WILL BE REMOVED REMOVEDOutcome REMOVEDOutcome REMOVEDOutcome
Outcome of Charges Against Ag inst Judge JudgeHooker JudgeHooker JudgeHooker
Hooker HookerAlbany HookerAlbany HookerAlbany
Albany N Y l April 12 12The The removal removalof
of Justice Warren B Hooker from the thesupreme thEsuprem thesiuprenle
supreme court bench of the state of ofNow of1w ofNew
Now York by a concurrent resolution resolutionof
of the senate and nd assembly a semhh was the theconclusion the theconciuslon theconclusion
conclusion drawn from the evidence evidencegiven evidencegiYPI1 evidencegiven
given before the assembly judiciary judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee
committee and presented to the com comrmittee comt cornmittee
mittee t in an argument today toda by for former former formen
mer Deputy Attorney Attome General Gen ral Henry HenryB
B Coman oman counsel for the committee on oninquiry oninflUiry oninquiry
inquiry Mr Coman read his conclusjon eoncluslop
son slop of fact embracing six different differentpostoffice differentpostotHce differentpostottlce
postoffice appointments appointmentstho those e of Frank FrankP
P Ball Maurice Hooker Ora Caldwell CaldwallThomas CaldwellThomas CaidwellThomas
Thomas Thomas ONeill Minerva Jeffrey Teffre and andKatharine andKathpr andKatherfne
Katharine Kathpr nt Clark the Dunkirk postof postoffice p05tofti postoffVe
fice ti e leaser and the judgment againstthe aga1nstthe <
the city of Dunkirk In each of these thesec thesectves
c ctves ves es Mr Coman declared that t at the con conduct cond conduct ¬
duct d et of Justice Hooker was immoral immoraland Imnoraand imnioraand
and tended to submit the tit administra administration adminiStration ¬
tion of justice by b Judge Hooker on the thebench theb thebuich
bench b neh to contempt > t and disgrace disgraceCAUGHT disgraceC3iD disgraceCAUGHT
C3iD C3iDCAUGHT
< CAUGHT IN INCASTGATEU INCASTGATEUItalian CASTLE CA T GATE GATEi GATEItalian GA1EItalian
i
Italian Arrested in Utah for Crime In InChicago IrChicago hiChicago
Chicago ChicagoPasquaio ChicagoPasqmL ChicagoPasquaho
Pasquaio o Sacco an Italian wanted wantedin wan led ledin
in Chicago Chicalofo for ptab taQ tal1ng bin ing a policeman policemanhree policemanthree policemanthree
three hree years yearS ago was RS arr arrested sted yesterday yesterdayafternoon Yeslerdnaft yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aft rnoon at astle < Gate hy h Chief of ofPolice orPolice ofPolice
Police AV Y J J Lynch and Police Officer OfficerThomas OfficerThomas OfficerThomas
Thomas Milner and brought to S SnIt SnItLake unItLake nlt nltl
l Lake ake on the midnight Bio Io Grande Grandetrain Grandetrain Grandetrain
train Sacco was located about ten day dayago dlt daysago s sago
ago and Chief of Police Francis FranoisONell FranoisONellof ONeil JDNeiiof ONeilof
of Chicago telegraphed to arrest Brr l and andhojd andhold andhojd
hojd liim liimSacco JrimSacCo JuimSacco
Sacco admitted that he b htwas was theman themanwanted themanwanted the man manwanted
wanted and says he stabbedthe stabbed the pOlice policsnwm l pOliceIflitU > olie
nwm in 8 drunken row He will bbMmld bbMmlduntil bti hl hluntil iuld iulduntil
until a Chicago officer officelcdn can comefor oorne fOr fOrhlilU r rhim
him himCHURCH himCHURCH hlilUCHURCH
CHURCH AND ANDrSTATE STATE rSTATEVIILL STATEWILL STATEWILL
WILL BE SEPARATED SEPARATEDParis
Paris April 12 12The The chamber of dep deputies deputIea deputica ¬
utica today toda by 422 42 to 45 votes adopted adoptedarticle a adoptedhrtlele optce1 optce1article
article 1 of the bill providing for the theseparation thespttration
separation 8 of chyrch ch Jeh and state as fol follows tollows follows ¬
lows 4to 4toThe 1 1uThe b bThe
The republic assures tire U liberty Jibert of ofconscience ofconsehmce ofeonscien
conscience e and guarantees the free ex exerejae exeniae cxereise
erejae of religion the only restrictions restrictionsbeing rcstrlctlonsbeing restrictiOnsbeing
being those in the interest of public or order ord order ¬
der d r
derAll All rAll Au the amendments were rejected rejectedThe rejqctoThe rejectedThe
The majority in favor of article 1was 1wasconsidered 1 wa waconsidered was wasconsidered
considered as showing the strength of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the supporters of the measure measureHOPE measurev measureHOPE measureHOPE
v
HOPE FOR RECOVERY RECOVERYWashington RECOVERYWashington RECOVERYWashington
Washington Conn April 12 12Dr 12DrFord 12DrFord Dr DrFord
Ford asserted tonight that Senator SenatorPlatts SenatorPlatts SenatorPlatt
Platts condition was encouraging and andthat andthat andthat
that he had hopes for his recovery recoveryDIAMOND recoveryDIAMONDCOAL
4 4IiP 4IiPDIAMOND
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold i iSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyemoved
Removed emoved to 153 S Main Phone 49 49Salt 49Salt 49Salt
Salt Lake Photo P1iotoSuppyCo Supply Co Every Everything Ever Everthing Eterything ¬
thing phbtbgrSpfircC ph togrnpfirc 4 3rd So and d Slain i1 in I
ThOUSANDS TriOUSANDS OF OF NEW YORKERS YORKERSOUT YORK YORKERSoLAT RS RSO <
OUT O oLAT T AT OPENING PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE
INew w w York April 12 12The The Hippo Hippodrom ¬
drome New Yorks newest and largest largestplace largestPhlQ largestplace
place or SQmusement n1 eein nt was opened to the thepjiblic thePJlbIic thepjituhie
pjiblic tqnlght under the management managementof manng ent entof
of Thompson Dundy Dund and every one oneof oneof oneof
of the 5200 scats was taken some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them having been bought at auction at athigh athigh athigh
high premiums and wherever there therewas therewas therewas
was standing space it was filled filledThe filledThe
The Th performance began with the thespectacle thespectacle I
spectacle A Yankee Circus on Mars MarsThe MarsThe I
The first scene showed a stranded strandedAmerican strandedAnlerJcan strandedApierican I
American circus about to be sold at atauction atauction atauction
auction It is bought by b a Martian Martianwho Martianwho 1artianWho
who takes It to his planet and this gives givesopportunity givesopportuulty givesopportunity
opportunity in the following foUoYin scene to toshow toshow toshow
show very Yer elaborate stage settings settingsFollowing settingsFollowIng settingsFollowing
Following the th circus on Mars came camea
a spectacular production of American Americancivil Americancivil
civil war incidents Andersonville n nStory aStory
Story of Wilsons Raiders In 1 this thisthere tIlist thisthere
there t ere was a battle scene bringing
numbers of mounted men on the stage stageThe stageThe stageThe
The great Hippodrome tank was util utilized utilIzed utilized ¬
ized In the tbebattIe battle scene the fore part partof partof partof
of the stage sinking sinkin this process of ofsubmersion ofsubmersion ofsubmersion
submersion continuing for several min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes until the stage represented a river riverWith river1th riverWith
With 1th mounted troops represented repres nted in inretreat inretreat inretreat
retreat horses and riders rush forward forwardand fOMardand forwardarid
and pluge into the water many man feet feetdeep feetdeep feetdeep
deep Many 1I1an horses were in the water waterat waterat waterat
at the same time and the magnitude of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the presentation of the battle made a avery nvery avery
very effective scene sceneThe sceneThe sceneThe
The Hippodrome stage is remarkably remarkablylarge remnrkabl3olarge remarkablylarge
large and at times was crowded Hun Hundreds Hundreds Hundreds ¬
dreds of persons and many animals In Including inc1udin ineluding ¬
eluding c1udin elephants and horses were in inview inview inview
view at one time making a very ver ani animated animated animated ¬
mated and andpicturesque picturesque stage scene The Thecircus Thecircus Thecircus
circus specialties introduced in the first firstpart firstpart firstpart
part of the performance were unusual unusually ¬
ly good
EFFORT OF MAYOR DUNNE TO SETTLE SETTLETEAMSTERS SETTLETEAMSTERS SETTLETEAMSTERS
TEAMSTERS STRIKE UNSUCCESSFUL
Chicago April Aprll12An 12 12An An effort made to today today today ¬
day by Mayor I or Edward F Dunne to tohave tohave tOhave
have the e controversy between Mont Montgomery 1lontgomery Montgoniery ¬
gomery Ward Co and their striking strikingemployee strikingemployet5 strikingemploycs
employee submitted to arbitration was wasunsuccessful wasurduccessul wasunsuccessful
unsuccessful and the indications to tonight toI toInight tonight ¬
night are that the struggle will be con continued continued continued ¬
tinued until one or the other submits submitsto I Ito
to a compromise compromiseUpon compromicUpon compromiseUpon
Upon the solicitation of Mayor Dunne Dunnethe Dunnethe Dunnethe
the executive committee of the Chicago ChicagoEmployers ChicagoEmplo ChicagoEmployers
Employers Emplo er5 association the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion which is taking the leading part in inthe inthe inthe
the fight of the striking teamsters vis visited visIted viaited ¬
ited the city hall this afternoon and andwas andwa
I
was wa urged by the mayor to agree to a asettlement asettlement asettlement
settlement of the strike by arbitration arbitrationMayor arbitrationMayor I I1Iayor
Mayor Dunne offered to act as media mediator mediator mediator ¬
tor but the proposition was declined by bythe bythe bythe
the committee The committee ex explained explained cxplained ¬
plained to the mayor that the teamsters teamstershad teamstershad teamstersbad
had broken their agreement with Mont Montgomery 11ontgomery Montgomery
gomery Ward Co by b ordering the I
sympathetic strike in order to bring bringabout bringabout
about a settlement of the garment garmentworkers garmentworkers garmentworkers
workers difficulties and that therefore thereforenothing thereforenothing j jnothing
nothing could be done toward a settle settlement settlement settlenient ¬
ment of the trouble by b mediation mediationEarlier mediationEarlier mediationEarlier
Earlier in the day the employers and andthe
the labor leaders were in conference conferencetrying conferencetrying conferencetrying
trying to agree upon some me basis of a asettlement a
settlement The employers offered to toarbitrate toarbitrate toarbitrate
arbitrate the teamsters strike alone alonebut alonebut alonebut
but not that of the garment workers workersThe workersThe workersThe
The teamsters declared this would be beutterly beutterly beutterly
utterly impossible and the negotiations negotiationswere
were declared off oftThere offThere offThere
There were several clashes today toda be between between between ¬
tween the police and strike sympa sympaJhlzers sympathIzers synipatIlizers
Jhlzers who blocked the streets and ha harassed ha harasse narassed ¬
rassed rasse the nonunion teamsters who whohave whohave whOhave
have taken the places of the strikers strikersNo strikersNo strikersNo
No one was seriously serlousl hurt however howeverand 110weverand howeverand
and tonight Montgomery Ward Co Codeclared Codeclared Codeclared
declared that they had been more suc successful successful suecesaful ¬
cessful today toda in making deliveries than thanat thanat thatiat
at any an time since the strike began
5
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSGARDNER GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSThe NEVSThe N1VSThe
The Spring suits are coming in and andgoing andgoing athf
f going out at a lively rate these days daysMany daysMany daysliTany
Many new ones are finding ready readymore readytakers readyt
t js
takers as soon as they ar1ive arrive Many Manymore Manymore
more are here ready for their future futureChances futureJ futurewearers futureweareis
S J
wearers wearersI weareisChances
I Chances are yours yoursis is among themI them themwaiting themI
I i waiting for you to come and take it itaway iti itI iti
i I
I i i1 aWl away y or have it reserved till needing needingAnyway needingi
i I time timeI
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4 Anyway twill pay you to come comeand comei comeand
i and see before the other fellow gets getsfirst getsi getsfirst getsfirst
j
j
i first choice choiceTHE choiceI choiceONE choiceONt
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EXTRAORDINARY EXTRAORDINARYmam EXTRA EXTRAORDINARYSHOSA 0 R DJ NARY
SHOE SHOSA SHOSAThere SALE mam mamfmmFA fmmFA fmmFATherf i iTIter
TIter may be shoes built for ladles ladlesand ladlesantI ladiesand
and misses that are as good as the Utz UtzDunn 1tzDunn I
Dunn makes > s but there th < > re is nothing on onthe onthe
the market > t that are better The new newStyles newat newtyies 4 5
Styles at les in Shoes and Oxfords retail every everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬ 2
where at 350 5400 100 and 450 a pair For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the next three days your our choice of any anyshoe an anyshoe II IIshoe
shoe in the house houseIn
In Mens and Youths Dress Shoes the theJ theJ
J S Nelson and Richards Brennan Brennanmakes Brennanmakfs Brennanmakes 65
makes take tak the lead Three grades sell selling selling selllag 2
ing at 5350 350 400 and 500 a pair For Fortlie ForJ Forthe
the th next n xt three days your our choice of any anydress anydre anydress
J dress dre or heavy heay shoe in the store storeDOMESTIC storeDOMESTIC
I IDOMESTIC
DOMESTIC SPECIALS SPECIALS7V
7V Zl4e > e Indigo I i and Colored O l Prints Printsat i HJ HJat
t 5c 5cS
at C CJOc ClOc
lOc Soft S Bleached Muslin Muslinxt 1 Ii
xt u 7 C CJO cJ ClOs
JO J lOs Extra Quality Seersucker Ginghams GinghamsS y yat
S at 7 C C12VC CJ2 C1244t
12VC J2 Fine Check 1 < and 1 Stripe t iI Ginghams Ginghamslet Q Qat
tC 9c 9cl
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at at25c t 7 ic icI C C25c
25c Plaid P I Dress Goods Goodsat o t 2
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I SALE OF LININGS AND ANDDRESS ANDDRESS ANDDRESS
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS REMNANTSLinings
Linings are always sold on a very close margin and to tooffer toorrer tooffer
offer standard goods at cut prices means to sell without withoutprofits withoutpro withoutprofits
profits pro CI u For the next three days du s we offer the greatest greatestsaving greatestsaYin greatestsaving
saving saYin on linings unn s ever Yer given given49c given40c
49c 4 e Mercerized e z Sateen t all I colors and black blaokone blackone I
5c 5cleFcerized
one yard wide wide25c o JO JO25c
25c Mercerized leFcerized Sateens all colors and black 17lc iy4f iy4foneyard 4
oneyard one yard wide wide35c vide26c 2 23Sc
3Sc Near Ne r Silk and Glaze Linings Liningsat 17Jc
at atlsc i i25c 2 25cn
25c Mercerized 1 Black Sateen Sateenat t l fi fiat ¬
5cn at 17e SCBC SCBC36e H 5 C CJieaf
36e Percallnes in colors and black blackat I
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J5e Seciilas Sccmas black and colors colorsat
10 101sca
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15c 1sca and tci 2ic 25c double q blcf faced Sateens s t n and n Seeillas SeeillasLining s > r r15c iis 9 i iLining
Lining at at64e zC zC614e
64e colored and black Cambric Cambricat 4c
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REMNANTS REMNANTSOne
One hundred and twenty twt > nly remnants of ornew new spring wool wooldress woo woodress wooldress
dress goods all the th new and late novelties in medium mediumand medluItland mediumand
and light weight t suitings All lengthsup to eight yards yardsYoull yardsYoull ardli ardliYou1I
Youll have to coma early earl to secure one of these bar bargains barsains bargains ¬
gains gainsHALF HALF THE REGULAR SELLING PRICE
500 Sample Shirt Waists and Wash Skirts just justReceived justReceived justReceived
Received Will be Sold at Exactly Half Price PriceI PriceYORK
NfW YO YORK K CASII s sRf slomt Rf
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XTNSION
Our new line of Extension Tables are now in The line is isstronger isstronger
stronger than ever before Over seventyfive different stylesto stylestopick styles to topick
pick from and all finishes of wood Prices ranging from from6OOUp front6OO
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