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j > THE SALT SA LAKE no HERALD H WEDNESDAY EllI HDA Y APRIL 19 1905 19O is
a NEVADA N NEVADAROAD NEVADAROADSHOWSFIGHT EV ADA ROAD ROADSHOWS ROADSHOWS
SHOWS SHOWSFIGHT SHOWSFIGHTVirginia FIGHT FIGHTVirginia FIGHTi FIGHTVirginia
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Virginia Truckee TruckeScrvesNdtjce ServesNotice Serves N tic on onthe onthe onthe
the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacificWILL PacificWILL Pacific P8cificJ P8cificWI
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WILL WI LL NOT SP STAND ND CUTOFF CUTOFFMOVE jCU ICUTOFFt OFi OFii =
i j i iMOVE
t MOVE ON THE THEiOASTT COAST oAsrTO TO H HEAD HEADOFF F1EADOFF E A D DOFF
OFF TICKET TICK T SCALPERS SCALPERSReno S SCALPERS4t PERS PERSReno
4t
Reno Net April AprUU Apr1111he IS The b Virginia Vi Vigth1aTruckee Ja JaTruckee k kTruckee
Truckee railroad for r9r t < IItrs irs onjojjlns oc g a amonopoly amonopoly at
t monopoly on the ieibtzLis ftseS flte f bustl as to tothe t tthe tothe
the southern portloh pbvt1o pirNevada in intends Intends intends ¬
tends to resent reseztel the the tihroKtened 1ihrdaitened invasion invasionof 1ft vaslon vaslonof
of el the Southern uthern PaqUlc Pn incut l company comPaQY D Dcisco DO
O Mlll of New York and ml San Frah FrahdKCO FrahIaeo
cisco yesterday Yf > terdaj sent out ut the announce announcein announceiiint
in iiint nt that if f the iaputherrt uLherzt Pacific P dft per persists perIist perists ¬
sists Iist ists in building a cutoff from Hassen HassenXev Hazenevto 1lazeNe
Xev Ne evto to connect with 1U1 the he Carson CarsonColorado CarsonColor CronoIoriido
Colorado Color do railroad rdilro ld the Virginia VirginiaTruckee VtrglnlaTruckee VIrgntaTruckee
Truckee will immediately begin the thework thework thevork
work of extending its line lI e into Stock Stockton Stockton Stocktoii ¬
ton Gal to cprfnect crnInctivIth n neetlth Hylili the Santa SantaFe SantaFe nta ntaIf
Fe > railroad This would seriously cripr criprpie crippie erp erppie
pie the Southern Pacific from a busi business hU81nest businea ¬
ness > point of view lev in Nevada Nevadat NevadaAFTER NeadaAFTER NevadaAFTER
t
I AFTER TICKET TICKET SCALPERS SCALPERSPortland SCALPERS SCALPERSPortland SCALPERSPortland
Portland Exposition Transportation TransportationMust
Must be Straight StraightSan
San Francisco April 18 ISAn An injunc injunction Injunction injunction ¬
tion to ke keep i > railroad ticket scalpers scalpersfrom scalpersfrom scalpersfrom
from trading in the special spe < ial tickets ticketswhich ticketswhich ticketswhich
which are to be issued for the Portland Portlandexposition PortlandpxpoHltJon PortlandXpOsitIOfl
exposition and for various gatherings gatheringson gath ringtS ringtSon
on this const was applied for today toda by bythe b btht bythe
the > Southern Pacific and allied com com1atiies comlAnies
1atiies lAniesTh 1 1atiiesThe anieg aniegrhc
The Th compnies named nkm as plaintiffs plaintiffsare
are > the Southern Pacific Oregon Ote on Kali Kaliroad RIIroad Railroad
road Navigation Oregon Short SI OIt Line LineInion Lincrnion Li c clnion
Inion Pacitlc and Northern Pacific Paciflcrail Paciflcrailway mil lItilwa milSHAKEUP
wa way waySHAKEUP
SHAKEUP AMONG DIRECTORS DIRECTORSNorthern DIRECioR DIRECioRNorlhern DIRECTOFSNorthern
Northern Securities S Troubles to toBreak toBreak toBreak
Break Out Afresh AfreshNw AfreshYork AfreshNw
Nw York Y rk April prll rII IS 1SG 1SGnens1 1SGnens1mIt General nertt1 readjust readjustin rMdjustmput
in mput nt in the personnel of the th northwest northwestern ¬
ern em railroad directorates dlrf > ctorattS concerned in intif Inr In7j
tif r hI 7j Northern Northf > rn Securities S urltie dissolution df lQlutton is ison Ison isofl
> on to take place according to the ther
r Times Tl This is understood to have been been1inrt been1md beent
t 1inrt necessary n ry inorder in order to comply with
the decision of the supreme court un untJir
tJir which it la believed b leved that one man manannot ntanannot niancannot
annot < be a dlrectift dlrf > ctt in two parallel and andniP andm andnpetIng
> niP m npetIng > tinK railroadcompanies railroad comJJanles This dis discovery disery 111Iery ¬
covery Iery ery upsets up et one on kf o f the working m meth methntls metliWa th thoils
oils of the community of Interest plan
In Ii which practically the same board of
directors controlled H large number of ofsystems ofy ofySteins
systems y < t ms and while It is not believed < > IhE
that the decision d i8ion wIll do away aWa with this
1l 1ba < a altogether financiers nanderIaY say it I t will
make the control of such hoards of di dirt dircdors dirtors
rt rcdors tor much more difficult difficultOne difficultone tieflculthIe
One of the first changes scheduled to
take place will lx > in th the board of the
Xirthern Pacific railroad at the annual annualinoAUnjf annualmpoUnK annualn
inoAUnjf n tin May Ma IS I next This hls will be the th
first meeting mef > UI held by the stockholders stockholdersof
of f that road ro d in two years and a half halfD
because D cau of the injunction preventing the thevoting theotJnit
voting tICK of the stock held by the Xorth Xorthfrn
frn em Securities company without which
there thf > re was as never a quorum James Jarn J
r Hill resigned r lned from the board some time timeHKO timeago timeao
ago because he believed it illegal for
one nf man to sit as a director of competing competingTh
I1n lines linesThe
I1nTh
Th The < Hill interests Inter
t are said to make no noere noiecret
fecret ere < < of their intention not to reelect
K 1 II Harriman and the latter inter interests ¬
1 ests eta tI admit that they th expect that Mr
Harriman will fall of o reelection It Is Isald
said ald that th the views held h ld by MB b Hill are
I Jl toiO r o now no maintained by the th Rockefeller oekefehier
interests iter tll and that for this reason there
will in the near future be many man changes chan cs
in board tnembershlos mf InembershlIf > mbershl mbershlIf
If tIM decision of the th western Inter Intf > r rsts ¬
ests sts is carried
further there may ma be a
rrarranKement rfarran enfnt of the th directors of jnauy Jnan
of th the eastern railroads which are com
petltors tltoNl and whose hoards are romiMMfod oluJO P1
of practically PrA < ticaly the th same men
All this of course > will not ti tH teeesaar cessar > ssar
JIv mean the end of the community of
Interest t Idea but that the old plan or
having boards of directors as nearly Men ¬
tical I as possible will have to be b aban ¬
doned donedCRUDE donetiCRUDE
It 1eI c cCRUDE
CRUDE OIL IS MARKED DOWN DOWNThird DOWNThird DOWNThird
Third Cut Within a Month MonthFuel Fuel Oil Oilin Oilin Oilin
in Kansas Worth 21 21Cents 21Cents 21Cents
Cents a Barrel BarrelPittsbury BarrelPIttsburg BarrelPlttshurg
Pittsbury April is ISThe The Standard St ndard Oil OHcompany OilCompany Oilrohilpany
company made another reduction in the theT theJlrice theprice
T price ric on all grades nldes of crude oil The Thehigher Thehigher lhthigher
higher grades were ere dropped 2 cents and andthe andthe
the 1 he lower grades 1 cent c > nt This makes makesthe m makesthe k
the third cut in oil within a month monthJ
J The quotations follow followPennsylvania followPennSplvania followPennsylvania
Pennsylvania 131 Tioga T 146 l46orning
rorning 98 8 Cabeli flO 10 106 New Ne Castle Castlel23
123 North Lima 88 South Lima 83 S3Irdina 83Itdlna 83Irdiana
Irdina 83 Somerset 77 Raglan 50 50Independence 5QIndependence 50Independence
Independence Kan April IS ISThe ISTheprice 1STheprice The Theprice
price of western oil was as reduced 5 cents centsa
a barrel today to 61 penis for high highgrade hl JiIhgrade h hgrade
grade and 5 cents less Jes a barrel for each eachhalf ea eachhalt h hhalt
halt degree under 32 3 degrees gravity grlnitThis
This makes the price pr < f > of fuel oil in Kan Kansas Kana8 Kensac ¬
sac a8 21 1 cents a a barrel It i Is the general generalopinion Jeneralopinion generalplflIOfl
opinion of Ute oi1 01 men In this district districtthat districtthat listrictthat
that the price rlce of high grade oil will go goto goto goto
to 3i cents a barrel unless drilling is issuspended II IIsuspended Issuspended
suspended It Is estimated that the thewestern thewestern I Iwf
western wf tern neM is now now capable > of pro producing producing ¬
ducing 56G4H 50 barrels ba Tel a clay IIY while hl e there thereis
is a market for only onl sooo OoO barrels barrelsNOT barrelsNOT barrelsNOT I
NOT OUR MIKE MIKESt MIKESL
St Petersburg April IS ISTb4I Tn > Prince Princec Prinfantaeusen Princeanteusene
c anUheusene > who with other sick men menwas lU menwasbrought > n nwasbrou
was wasbrou wasbrought brought < < ht to Saigon April 13 by the thehospital the1108pltal thehospital
hospital ship Orel was an engineer on onboard onboard onboard
board the Russian Ru slan battleship Alexander AlexanderIII
III II and R not Prince Michael Cantacu Cantacuzene Cantacuzene Cantacuzene
zene who married Mist Mt Julia Dent DentGrant DentGraat DentGrant
Grant
GD 0 0FIFTY
FIFTY MEN MENHURT MENHURTWheeling HURT HURTWheeling
I
Wheeling W Y Va April IS 18Fifty 18Fiftymen Fifty Fiftytnen
men were hurt in a fight ft < < ht between sixty sixtynonunion slxt slxtl1Onunion sixtytonunIon
nonunion men from Pittsburg and 150 150striker 154Htrlker 150strikers >
striker from the Whitaker mill ml Clubs Clubsstones rlubs14tone Chubst4ufles
stones knives and pistols were used usedbut uedbut usedbut
but the nonunion nonuni n men finally succeed succeeded ¬
ed 4 in Ii getting into the mitt mittHAD minILAD millHAD
HAD TO HIDE IT ITA ITA ITA
A mother wrote us recently recentlythat recentlythat recentlythat
that she had to keep Scot SCOtf3 SCOtf3Emulsion ScottEmulsion fa faEmulsion
Emulsion under lock and key keyher keyher keyher
her children used to drink drinkit
it whenever her back was wasturned wasturned wasturned
turned Strange that children childrenshould childrenshould childrenshould
should like something that is isso isso
J so good for them Its usu usually tlSUally usually ¬ I
ally the other way waySCOtts Scotts ScottsEmulsion I Ij IEmulsion
Emulsion makes children childrencomfortable childrenI chjldrencornfortabl
j
I comfortable makes them themand fat fatand fatand
and rosycheeked f syc ceked Peiihaps Peiihapsthats P PenhapsIL IJhaps IJhaps1k
1k IL k thats why they like it so somuch soI
I 1 I I much muchthey they know it makes makesthem IuakesI
I them feel f e l good goodWell goodw
j w teksesd Well e L scad you yo OIl a simple fre freSCOTTJBOWXJE409 free freeJ frCECOTT
SCOTTJBOWXJE409 SCOTT ECOTT JfOWItE iow409 409 Jleari m Street New ew Yorfe YMff irav
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FAILS FAltSTO TO GET ET FREEDOM FREEDOMCharles I ICharles 1Charles
Charles Sacco is Denied Writ of ofHabeas ofHabeas ofHabeas
Habeas Habeas Corpus CorpusWanted CorpusWantedin Ranted Rantedin
in Chicago ChicagoThe >
The habcias hab as corpus cor ms paee Q oasetof uie tOC x > f Charles CharlesSacco CharlesSacco CharlesSacco
Sacco alias Jim Costorra was heard heardyesterday heurdyesterda heardyesterday
yesterday afternoqrf afternoQi by Judge Jui e Ritchie Ritchiekvho Ritchieho Ritchiewho
kvho who ho denied the writ and andrcIJ1anded remanded the thepetitioner theJetitionE thepetLtion
petitioner JetitionE l r back to the custody of Chief Chiefof Chiefof Chiefof
of Police William J Lynch LynchSacco L LynchSacco mch mchSacco
Sacco who is nPantadytaf V nted fl fiiChIeago Chicago UK UKanswer to toanswer toanswer
answer to the chnrg of stabbirtg stabbirtgpoliceman stabblrl a apoliceman apoliceman
policeman alleged that he h was ar arreated arre arrested
rested re ted without a warrant and was be being bellg beIpg ¬
ing unlawfully unlawtullydetained detained by Chief ChiefLynch ChiefLnch ChiefLynch
Lynch It was asserted aeserted by his attor attorneys attorneys attorneys
neys that the required legal formali formalitles formalitles formallties
tles had been not complied with in inunaking innaklng innukIng
nukIng the arrest and in bringing him himinto hinInto hintInto
into court But Judge Ritchie held that thatthis thatthi thatthis
this thi fact would ould not invalidate the re requisition requl requhiltiuhI ¬
quisition qul iUon of the governorof goernor governor of Illinois Illinoiswhich IlUnol5whJehhad 1lhInolswhIch
which whJehhad had Been b n honored by by the gov govrnor gO gOt govk
t per r ior of o Utah Upon Up receiving the re reouteitlon requialUon requishtion
outeitlon of the Illinois Illinoisehief chief execu executive execulive executive
tive Governor Joljn CQytler C q t1e1 had or ordered ordered orderedtliat ¬
dered deredtliat that Sacco be turned tu ned over to the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago police officer oUI er sent to Salt Lake Laketo Lakoto
to take Sacco back to that t lt city cityFearing clt cltFeltrln cItyFearing
Fearing Feltrln that without an order au authorizing authurizing ¬
thorizing the taking of Sacco to Chi Chicago Chlca Chicago ¬
cago ca o from Governor Gov rnor Cutler he might mightbe
b be turned loose the county attorney attorneyand attorneyand i iand
and the chief of f police procured the theorder theorder theorder
order between the time timeorrecelvln ofreceiving no notice notice notice ¬
tice of the filing of orthe the application for forawrit forawrlt forawrlt
awrlt of habascorpus hnbas corpu and nd the begin beginning beginnlng beginning ¬
ning of the hearing on the application applicationHaving applicationH applicationHaving
Having H ing procured the order they werE werprepared werEpr werd werdflretMred <
prepared pr pared to rearrest reArre t Sacco Sac o in the event eventofhis eventof eventof
ofhis of bls discharge dlsch rge by b Judge Ritchie RitchieSUIT RitchieSUIT RitchieSUIT
SUIT OVER CAMP OUTFIT OUTFITMrs OUTFITMrs OUTFITMrs
Mrs Susannah Crane Brings Action ActionAgainst ActionAgainst ActionAgainst
Against Sharps SharpsMrs SharpsiIr SharpsMrs
Mrs Susannah Crane as adminis administrator alministralor aImin8trator ¬
trator of the f state sta te of William VUiam CraneA CraneAdeceased Crane Craned Cranedeceased
d deceased 8ed brought suit in the district districtJoseph districtcourt districtcourt
court yesterday against J C Sharp1 SIiarp SIiarpToseph
Joseph C Sharp and others She al alleges alIf 1 1leges ¬
leges If > ges that the he defendants within the thepast thePllst thepast
past four yearn were entrusted with withcamp a arami arain1
camp outfit belonging to the estate o othe othe oC oCthe
the value of o 1000 and that they hav havappropriated hana hananPJroriated havappropriated
appropriated the same sameto to their own use usewithout useithout useiithoijt
without the consent conseflto of the plaintiff plaintiffFor plaintifTFor plaintiffFor
For this a judgment for 1000 with in interest illterest hhiterest
terest at S i Del > er cent C l1t is asked askedIt
It is also alleged that t lat the defendants defendantsMarch def defendantsMaccit ndanls ndanls1arch
March 1 1901 leased lea ed 7439 139 sheep for one oneyenr onepar oneyear
year par agreeing to pay the plaintiff plaintiffcent 5 5cents 5cents
cents per head per month It is al alleged 81I a1Iegedthat ¬
leged I Iegedthat > ged that t ha t the plaintiffs pia in tifTH owe 19S 1998 S as asrental uSrental asrental
rental of th sheep and judgment for forthis forthis forthis
this sum is asked askedCourt ask askedCourt >
Court Notes NotesA Notesjudgment I
A judgment for 158305 1 86Oij has been beenrendered beenrendered i
rendered by b Judge Lewis in favor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the plaintiff In the case of B F Over Overholt Oerholt Overbolt
holt against O H Burhidge Judge JudgeLewis JudgeLewi8 JudgeLewis
Lewis has also rendered judgment for for5OO
500 and costs in favor of the th plaintiff plaintiffin
in the case a of E H Parsons against againstS
S II Franks W V L Pickard and AV AVH WH V VH
H Remington The first of these suits suitswas suitswas suitswas
was on an account and the second sf > cond was wasan wasan wasan
an action to recover on a bond in air airI allattachment at atattachment
attachment suit suitJudge suitJudge suitJudge
I
Judge Ritchie yesterday rendered renderedjudgment render renderedjUdgment > d djulgment
judgment for 722266 in favor of W WS WS Y YS
S MrCornick and against a ninst Dun Reber Reberto
to which was added 8100 100 10 as a fee for forI forhCornlcks forMeCornicks
I MeCornicks attorney Reber gave a anote anote anote
note to McCormick Dec 6 1S97 for for4OQO
4OQO on which he agreed to pay 1 1per 1per 1per
per cent per month interest It was wasshown wasshown wasshown
shown that he had failed to make the thepayments thEpaments thepayments
payments provided for when the note notetwas notewas note1was
twas was given givenSuit givenSuit givenSuit
Suit was brought in the district court courtyesterday courtyesterday ourtyesterda
yesterday by D B Brinton R E Ruf Ruffakfr Ru Rufakpr Ruffaker
faker and Wesley K Walton against againstErnest againstErnest againstErnest
Ernest Boyes and his wife Eflie Boyest BoyestThey Boy Boyrhey BoycsThey
They ask that land in section s etion 16 town township townshiJ township ¬
ship 2 south rKnge r lge 1 east Salt Lake LakeCity LakeClt LakeCity
City Clt meridian owned by the defendant defendantbe
be condemned in brder that they may maymake maymake maymake
make use of it as a right of way WU for an anirrigating anlTiSdting nitirrigating
irrigating ditch ditchGeorge ditchGeor ditchGeorge <
George Geor e E Chandler Chandlet has asked a ke1 the thedlt4trllt theilletrict
j district court to t decree invalid a t lien lienwhich JipJlwhich lieuwhich
which Adolph Benson Bf > Jsou filed on his prop propI prOIprty property >
I erty lot 4 block S plat A Bingham Buighamtown Binghamtown Boigharntown
town survey Jan 24 t 1905 165 to secure the thepayment theIm thepayment
payment Im ment of 56650 6650 claimed by Benson Bensonto
to be due from lOIU a contractor for ma material In innterial l ltelial ¬
terial used by b him in building a house houseon
on ° the property for Chandler ChandlerThe Chandlerl ChaidierThe
The case of W V T Harris against the theConsolidated theCon theConsolidated
l Consolidated Con lIdated Mercur Mining company companywill companywill companywill
will be argued argu d this morning in the thefederal thef thefederal
federal f eral court Th suit was as filed file for torOOO fora0oo
525000 a0oo OOO for personal injuries sustained sustainedby
by the plaintiff while employed by b the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company companyEdmund companyEdmundJ companyEdznundJ
Edmund J Sawyer of Salt Lake City Cityfiled Cit Citftl Cityfiled
filed ftl d a petition of bankruptcy yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day in n the federal court His assets assetsamounted nssetsIImounted assetsamounted
amounted to 90 and his liabilities to totl340
11340 11 tl340CHESTER < A ACHESTER
IIiI IIiICHESTER
CHESTER NASOIFS S BURIAL BURIALQuiet BUR1ALQuiet BURIALQuiet
Quiet Services at Bancroft Home H me and andPrivate andPrivate andPrivate
Private Interment IntermentQuiet IntermentQuiet IntermentQuiet
Quiet funeral services st > rviCl8 were held he > 1d for forthe forthe forthe
the late Harry Winchester Xason at atoclock 2 2oclock t toehoek
oclock yesterday afternoon at the home homeof homeof homeof
of V H Bancroft uncle of the deceased deceasedDean deceasedDean
Dean J B Kddie of St Marks church churchofficiated churchoftlcl churchofficiated
oftlcl officiated tecl the formal Episcopalian E91 o nan serv service servIce n nice ¬
ice being observed Only Onl near relatives relativeswere relativeswere I
were present presentTh presentthe
Th I the he remains were ert interred in the Ma Manonic Masonic Ia
sonic onl vault Mt lt Olivet cemetery where wheret wherete hOre hOreP
t P te er will renose until arranseraents can canbe canboP canbe
be made ma e for burial in Mr Nasons Nason aNn home homestate homeslate homestate
state of New Nt York YorkCut YorkCut YorkCut
s
Cut down your expenses and get getbetter getb getbitter
better b < ttel service with one on > fell swoop by bytaking b btakfn bytaking
taking takfn the Independent Indfpend < nt Thais bust buelncss bustnems bustfleas
fleas
8 r e er
METEOROLOGICAL r REPORT REPORTYest REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Yest rdays Record at the Local Of Office
1
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
I
Maximum temperature 70 O degrees min mm ¬
imum temperature 44 degrees mean tem temperature temperat ternperature ¬
perature perat re 57 i d dgr degrees Kr < > e tI which is y i degrees degreesabovo degreesabt degreesabove
above abt the normal accumulated < i excess ot ottemperature otttmperature oftemperature
temperature since the first of the month
31 degrees accumulated excess exce s of tem temperature temperature teamperature ¬
perature since Jan 1 3M6 decrees d ees Total Totalprecipitation Totalprecipitarioa IotalpreclpitKtlon
precipitation from t Ii r m to 6 p m mnone muon innonE
none accumulated > d deficiency of precipi precipitation Preelpit5tiOti JrecipttAtion ¬
tation since the first ftr t of the month w 40Inch mInch
inch accumulated deficiency detlclEnc of precipita precipitation precipitation preelpitathen ¬
tion since Jan 1 GO 1 inch inchREAL inchREAL inchREAL
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSThe
The board of education ed tion to William WilliamMcLachlon WilliamMcLachlou UUam I
McLachlon twesident > r re ldnt of PiOltet8r PiOltet8ro Pinesterstake Pi < m ter terstake
stake of o TAon 10n part p lot I 1 block 41 41P 41jstat
P jstat at A AItobert JUO I
Kobert F Hall to National Biscuit Bt cuit
Co part lot 8 1 Mock t3 plat A Aetc Aetc Aetc
etc etcArnerisan i iAmertoan 1Ame
Amertoan Ame n Hiacult Sr MatiufMc MatiufMcturirx ManufectnrlrZ > j jturl11
turirx turl11 Co oS to Hubert F Hall lot 8 1 1bkKk
block 43 plmt tat Ia A 1 I
George A Heinmlnston KeJntftln tOQ to David R I
Parry part tot a i block S8 1 plat J1a t A lWO 1 100
Mattie Mat tie M III Browii Ero guardian to Annie I IEnlfdahl
KngdahL purl lot S block 85 plat platA platBans I IA
A 4S7 S
Ban H n > > Pet Peter r Christienseu to Ann Au Augueta Augurt AugUlta
gueta gurt Merrill errll1 part Mlrt lot 7 block GO GOplat 50plate I IH
plat plate C JKW 1100Henry
Henry H y yC C Hoffman iiiini to to OIM Ollie I I > o i D
ThornI ThomJJSOtl > KOII lots 12 Mod 13 bU block > ck 5 I
North Columbia subdivision subdivisionMARRIAGE lIubdlvl lon b bC 8MARRIAGE
C 0 I IMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESrne LICENSESErnt
Ernt rne rneet t Ware Krda KrdaElecta lirduElecta ErdaElectut
Electa Bobbins Erda KrdaThomas ErdaThomas ErdaThomas
Thomas J Caherall C beraU Bingham
Esther Smith Bingham BlhghamIl BinghamHIOry Bingham1lenry
Il HIOry iry Pymm Park Granite GraneiMfke l1ln l1lnEffie
Bffi 15 Cowley Granite GraniteWalter GranltPaJtfr GranIteWelter
Walter PaJtfr A Spotswood San Ir 1rsn 1ranelmco o
Florence A Jenkins BIMttNInn Bi ham Junction JunctionIx JanctionJfwls JunctionLewis
Ix Lewis wis Van Dam D m Sandy
Florence Jensen Sandr SandrKfcluird Stand StandRlhard SendRIclitrtl
Kfcluird GMtoway R n4 Ruj y
fafcoba Fiet Roy RoyTantes R01lante8 RoyJames
James J 1 CoHen Coe t Salt Lake LMKMary LakMary I
Mary A Page Pa e Salt Lake IjukeCHff JAtkeCIttQrd LakeChtCfqrd
CHff CIttQrd rd M d 1 Atetoii SitU J L Luke u kc
CIlwaHQwellStdt 1ukfJ 1ukfJrP
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ON REAL REALBLOOD REALBLOODATONEMENT REALBLOOD
BLOOD BLOODATONEMENT BLOODATONEMENTRev ATONEMENT ATONEMENTRev
Rev W 31 1t Paden Discourses at atUnion atUnion atUnion
Union Church Services ServicesNO ServicesHr ServicesNO
Hr NO o BLOODLESS RELIGION RELIGIONEARNEST RELIGIONADDR RELR3IONEARNEST
EARNEST ADDRESS ADDR ADDRESSON SSON ON MUCH MUC DIS DISCUSSED DISCUSSED ¬
CUSSED CUSSEDTH THEME THEMEReal THEMEReal E
Real Blood Atonement a subject subjectwhich subjectWhich
which has been largely discussed by bythe bythe
the clergy of Salt Lake during the past pastfew pastfew
few months was Rev W Yo M Padens Padenstheme Padenstheme I
I IMethodist
theme at the union services in the First FirstMethodist Flr FirstMethodist t
Methodist church last night Rev T TW TV Tv
W V Pinkerton presided Last nights nightsattendance nightsattezidance
attendance atteud nce was good notwithstanding notwithstandingthe notwlthstan ing
the unpromising weather weatherDr weutherDr weatherDr
Dr Paden contended that there could couldbe couldbe couldbe I
be no bloodless religion no religion once onceclosely onceCnivary
Cnlvat Cnivary was Ignored His address was wasclosely
closely followed by b the congregation congregationHe
He H announced the > following text textWho textWho
Who is he that overeonieth the world worldbut w worldbut rld
but he that bet eUpeth < > veth that Jesus is the tneSon theSon theSon
Son of GiniT This Ui the Son of god jod is he tiethat hethat
that came by b water and blood even Je Jesus resUs 1e 1esue ¬
sus Christ not by b water only but by bywater bywater bywater
water and blood I John 56 56St 5tiSt itiSt
St Johns Example ExampleHe
He said in part partJohn partJohn partJohn
John the beloved did 1kI not for one mo moment i iment iment
ment overlook the inspiration to be found foundin i iIn
in the sinless life of Jesus Nor may ma we weThe weThe weThe
The white dove do of purity which bleh abode abodeUDon abodeunon i iunon
unon him bore constant witness that he hewas j
was s divine St John could not sto atop a ut utthe i ithe
r oftjog cHUd
the waters water of Jordan He could C l lsatisfied not be besatisfied besatisfied
satisfied with saying of his master In Inhim Inhim Iflhim
him ws no sin H 4Ic must also tell of othis j jwere
his willingness iIIingne s to sa sacrifice rlClee for such as aswere I Iwere
were saturated with sin He must tell or of oflila i ihis Ihis
his sacrificial love lo as well as of his unap unapproacliable j jproucliabk I Iprolthabl
proucliabk holiness And so must we weWe j I
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ov f een > < t n more > than w we < nerd a sinlesss hlls xavn I exsmpie > < < l1n I Ipie Ipit
pie To see suoli R Savior we must look lookbeyond lonkyond ioikbeyond
beyond yond Jesus Jt U8 the servant with his towel towelami towpawl towelausi
awl basin to Jesus Je us the crucified crulin d with l his Lisbleeding i I Ibleeding Ibleetlin
bleeding body and his lls broken brokenheart heart Not Notl Notlr I
l h lr > j water only did he save and assure assuresinners asSUrsinners
sinners but by b water vate and blood bloodNo bloodNo bloodNo
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No Bloodless Religion ReligionThis eligionThis
This truth i in danger of being betn ignored ignoredor
or denied Men len are asking for a bloodless bloodUssreligion bloodkssreJigloll bloodlessrehigioni I
religion There Is no such thing Substi Substitutes Subsultutes ¬ I
tutes so called call are as weak as a water wattrBkJOd waterBkod I IBlood
Blood in your religion is just as K necessary necessaryHS I I1t8
HS blood in your your Ivody hod The blood is the tnelife theliCe thelife
life Leave Calvary Calvary out of your our hymns hymnsyour hymiSyour I IYOllr
your prayers your teaching your our Chris Christian Christlan ¬
tian year your feasts of communion your yourlife yourliet yourlife
life tion and n your ur religion has lost Us inspira inspiration InspiratlOII Inspiratlont ¬ II IIt1lln
tionThe The blood is the life You cannot cannotwash cannoth cannotwash
wash h the e blood out U of a living thins un unless unless ¬
less you v kill fIO fIOt it t and n the h devil lfh himself himseircannot himselfcannot t r I Icannot
cannot cannot kill Christianity How he would wouldrejoice woUl4lrejoice t trejoic
rejoice if he could but sponge spo l e Calvary Calvaryout I Iout
out of tlu U tb background of Christian 01 civilIzation i ivUizatitm I IvU
vUizatitm vU zation and the foreground of Christian Christianfaith Christianfaith Cliristialfaith
faith But it cannot be done He who whotries J Jtries jtrleg
tries to stUe StlUeeEe ze the blood out of Chris Christianity Christlanlty ¬
tianity Uanlt only crucifies the Lord afresh afreshand afreshanti
and so Calvary continues continuesAs continueSAs
As wo w stand at the cross we may learn learnthe Jtarnth learnta
the th earnestness the blood earnestness ot otdivine ofdivine cidivine
divine human love 10 This is true on tho tholowest tholowest thelowest
lowest levels of consecration con crutlon and seen sacrifice seenflee trj trjflce ¬
flee The best st love or loyalty goes Oes fur further furtluer ur urthr ¬
ther than cups of c old ld water ater it gives its itshearts itshEarts itShearts
hearts treasures trl slres of warm life blood bloodVe hloo hlooco bloodVe
Ve co can only go a little way into the theshadows tb theshadows
shadows of the cross We Vo shudder s 1udd r and anaturn andturn
turn away aw from its agony We W are loath loatuing loathto
to thlllkof think of l its Jasblng thongs nd tear tearin tearIng
ing in thorns We c grow sick at heart heartas as w whtar we wehear wehear
hear the soldiers drive the nails or se setho H see seethe I Ithf
the brood drop from his brows We W can canhardly eaflhardly I
hardly bear the thought of it Yet et he hebore hebore hebore
bore the sheer sharp fiery thing itself itselfTho itselfThe
The Th anmiish an lsh from which we would hide hideoxr hideour
our faces was borne for us We Ve must not notturn notturn notturn
turn away nwayBlood awayBlood
Blood Earnestness of Laws LawsAs LawsI Lays LaysAs
As werstRjKl stttJ1 < l at the foot of the croes i we wemay wemayt144
may mavl mayt144 Bo se e the blood e earne8t earnetThss trn tfc s of ofGodsrittws orGodl ofGodC1liWs
Godsrittws Godl Vs Inexorable holiness hoUnessts iswrit iswritten Is writ written ¬
ten t n in the same blood which tells th thPtory t ttory the thestony
tory of Gods lov l lOve < > Sin ni must nH st t be more morethan morethan moretlaui
than a disease d seR8f to be relieved rtlI ed by absent absenttrRtntcnt abfllenttnatnl absenttreatifleilt
trRtntcnt or or parching thirst to > he heuellched hequeiiched nemifMieh
mifMieh queiiched uellched Hl with water it IB Is a Iom dJ n whIch wMicncan whIchOIUI whuchCs
can Cs only on be OHcaped Jtetl by b blood bloodned oo < lsn nNI < Hl not by bywater bYwater I Iwatfr
water only onl bat b t by b water and blood lit I IPlain Jilplain
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Plain words We e could 0 1 < 1 not g gl t out of the themeshes thenthes themeshes
meshes of siwithout sin wit1Out bloodshed bI0 8h fJ without withoutdivine withoutdivine
divine sacrifice sacrificeWhen sacrifietVhen 1 v vWhen
When I look toward Calvaiy my n t God Godand oa oaand tXtand
and Father < seems much in earnest earli st If Iflte Ifltewa li liwas ire irewas
was wa serious in Eden he was awful in IuGethsemane inGfthaemanf inGetheemane
Gethsemane Gfthaemanf If he was wasJnexoiifble jnexorffble in hm hmlaws hiHlaws hislaws
laws when h heftro he flrowned nedthe the antediluvians antediluviansor an dUuiaD8 dUuiaD8or
or burned the tb < < Sodomites whaf whitrshall shall we wesay W Wsa weSa
say sa of the righteousness which let sm smbreak sinbreak siltbreak
break his well beloved heart The fire fireand fireand fireand
and water of ofm o1my my Fathers angfer ang are not notso iotSo ot oto
so o serious to me rotas as the blood 8C et C my mt ba baviors Salors bevtors
viors agony agonyIn agonyIn agonyIii
In t concluding Dr Paden said saidWe saidWe
We V modern no < rn Christians Chrifl tians are ot 5ff all JI raon raonmost then thenmost flPnmCllt
most shamefaced in nrofessiiiK our reli reliKion religion reltgiofl
Kion And wi yet in SIlte of all h he is i not netplead notashamed
Allb ashamed moo to call us 1M hitt Iii children sad to towith toitleud
plead with MS u saying y tu My 1y son n my mydaulChter mydaughter y ydaughter
daughter give me thin heart Shall Shallwe SHaUw Shaltwe
we w be ashamed of such ueh a Father Fa Fathel ther Shall Shallwc ShaUWe ShllWe
We be ashamed of such a Savior i or r W Wto blu h htQ kto
to own that w we have the theloe love of hw hwspirit It Itpirit hisspirit
spirit in our hearts heartsNOTICE htnlrtNOTICE heartsI heartsNOTICE
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Citizens Coal company removed to to15i
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HIS MEMORY J IS IMPAIRED IMPAIREDJohn I IJohn
John Beatie Unable to Remember RememberWhen RememberWhen
When He Came to Salt Saltlake SaltLake SaltLake
lake lakeJohn LakeJohn LakeJohn
John Beatie charged with drunken drunkenness drunkenmess lualkenness ¬
ness was sorely rely twisted yesterday ye lerdap in inpolice inpolice inpollee
police court Judge Diehl had asked a asicedtlm IH tl
him when ha h arrived in Salt liAke
Bea Beaties ties answer a08Wer wes wa Monday MondayWell
1 Well what Monday iIondIiYJatit last week weekulMtts wetk weekUiIs
Thltt 4lo41t Momidyriast Ja8t JlJodn Mtstdayvftlontlsy Mtstdayvftlontlsywhets i1tmdMY i1tmdMYwbatJ
whets today anyway uyayOO uyayOOTodKysTue
TodKysTue TodHysTtiesday Todays Tuesday lday said Judge Diehl DiehlThen DIehlLhffl DielilThen
Then Beetle saw the light lightOh li lightOh ht
Oh excuse me beg pardon your our
honor J wa Wd ff little drunk and some someone s sn snone n none
one told me today toda was tomorrow tomorroVied tomorroViednesday tomorrowwedtuesday Wed Wednesday ¬
nesday I mean meanElizabeth meanElzabttli
Elizabeth Preston pleaded plea e not jruilty gU1Itto I
to battering Elizabeth Ell ± abeth Plant She de demanded demanded ¬
manded a jury trial Judge Diehl said saidhe saidhe
he was disqualified to sit because Mrs MrsPreston MrsPreston f
Preston had been a client of his A Alittle Alittle Alittle
little wrangl wranglea a peaceful J acerul wrangle wranlleen wranlleeni en ensued ¬
sued and Mrs Preston thought she shemight shemight
might be blocking the wheels whe of jus justice ju jutice justice ¬
tice ticeWell
Well she said urn Ill do without the thejury thejury thejury
jury if Judge Diehl can an hear eur the case caseThe ea caseThe e eThe
The prooacuting proD uting attorney attorhey decided to torisk torisle torisk
risk the citys rights by letting Judge JudgeDiehl JudfeDiehl JudgeDiehi
Diehl and a jury hear the case caseThis caseThis caseThis
This satisfied the defendant and all allconcerned allconcern 11 11concerned
concerned concern d The case te was set for late latein latein latehi
in the week weekA weekA week9orhe
9orhe BaM BaMA
A baby who frets worries or orcries orcries orcries
cries or sleeps poorly is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably poorly nourished unless unlessthere unlessthere unlessthere
there is actual disease Mellins MeilinsFood MellinsFood MellinsFood
Food provides plenty of good nourish nourishment nourishment nourishment ¬
ment easily digestible and docs away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with all fretting and crying Try Mel Meltins Mellins MelIiifs
tins Food we will send you a sample nsaxnpleIfellins 1 sampleMelllns sunplcKellin
Melllns Food is the ONLY 0 N L Y Infants
Food which Tbi received the Grand Gr nd Prize Prizethe Pizethe Prizethe
the bifhcjt award of ofthe the LouisianaPur LouisianaPurchase LoulsiDnCPUrchase r rchase ¬
chase Exposition St Lculi Lcub1904 1904 High Higher l11hCr
er than a told medal medalMELLINS medalMELLINS medalM2LLINS
MELLINS FOOD CO BOSTON MASS
FRUIT FOR FORTHE THE FAIR FAIRState fAIRt fAIRState FAlRState t
State Horticultural Society Anxious AnxioustoMake Anxioust AnxioustoTiake
toMake t Make An Exhibit at Lewis LewisClark LewisClark ewi ewiClark
Clark Exposition ExpositionThe
The Lewis and Clark exposition com commissioners colf1missioners coitiflhlasioners ¬
missioners met again yesterday estrda They Theywired Thejwired Theywired
wired Manager Spencer Clawson au authority authorl17 authority ¬
thority in Portland to sign contracts contractsfor
for the work on the building and or ordered 01dered ordereti ¬
dered him to rush work in order to tohave tohye toligve
have the building ready for the exhib exhibits exhibits exhlbits ¬
its M Mft May y 25 25A 25A ii iiA
A H Snow and Mons Peterson Petersonmembers Petersonlnembers Petersonmembers
members of o the State Horticultural HortieuJturalsociety HortieulturnlIet Horticulturalsociety
society Iet appeared before the commis commission commission commlsslon ¬
sion In the interest of a fruit exhibit exhibitOne exhibitOne exhibitOne
One proposition pr posltion was to ship a full car carload earload tU tUload ¬
load of the finest fin t fruit fruitpooches poaches ap apples apples tippies ¬
ples pears and grapes grapesfrom from Grand Grandcounty Grandcounty Grandcounty
county for free distribution on Utah Utahday Utahda Utahday
day da Aug 24 4 If this proposition is isaccepted Jsaccepted Isaccepted
accepted the fruit will be selected from fromGrand CromG fromGran
Grand G Gran anl l county largely lar ely because fruit In Inthenorthern Inthe iiitlieiiortiern
thenorthern the northern part of the state statevill will not notbe notbe notbe
be ripe at that time Another proposi proposition propo propotion propoithori ¬
tion was to make regular shipments sbipm nts of offreah offresh offresh
fresh fruit to the fair at regular in intervals intervals intervals ¬
tervals throughout the fair Mr 11 Pe Peterson peterson Pcterson ¬
terson who lives at Moab assured the thecommission thecommJssIon thecommission
commission that he was not afraid to toplace toplace toplace
place Grand county fruit in competition competitionwith
with fruit from California or any other otherstate otherstate otherstate
state A definite proposition will be besubmitted besubmitted besubmitted
submitted to the commission at its next nextmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting meetingA meetingcommunkation
A communication was received from fromFred fromFred fromFred
Fred J Kiesel KIS > I from Ogden In which he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said he was soliciting subscriptions to toa t ta toa
a fund to defray the expense < of taking
the Ogdep Ogd p tabernacle choir to Portland Portlandthsvfeqk Portlandth I Itln
thsvfeqk th tln eqk of the National N t onul Irrigation Irrigationcongress Irrigationcongress irrignUoncongress
congress The plan Is to take the thesingers theSIt1gerS thesingers
singers 200 strong to the fair fiLk and give givethe givethe givethe
the people of the northwest a sample of
Utah singing on Utah day dayLAWYER da daLAWYER dayLAWYER
LAWYER IS SENT TO JAIL JAILWilliam JAilc JAILWilliam
c William Boswell Who Says He Ie Does DoesI DoesDelicate DoesDelicate
I Delicate Work is Sentenced SentencedFor
For Vagrancy VagrancyWilliam VagrancyYUllam VagrancyWilliam
William Boswell charged with va vagrancy yarancy vagraney ¬
grancy made a plea before Judge C B BDiehl BDIehl BDlehl
Diehl yesterday estcrda In police court for his hisliberty hislibert hisliberty
liberty libert but he was given thirty days daysin dasin
in the city jail Boswell was arrested arrestedfor arrestedfor arrestedfor
for begging and grafting graftingYour graftingYour
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Your honor I haveVgractlqed have1 ¼ practlqed before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the bar of justice for years Boswell Boswellsaid BoswellsaJd Boswellsaid
said when he was arraigned Up until untila
a year enr ago I was an expert expertinspector Inspector of oftitles oftitles oftitles
titles and I am sure these officers have havea
a wrong opinion of me meBoswell meBoswell mel3osveli
Boswell was Interrupted by Judge JudgeDiehl JudgeDiehl JudgeDiebi
Diehl who asked hljn hin what whathe he had been beendoing beendoing i idoing
doing for the past year enr He replied repliedthat repliedthat I Ithat
that he had been doing delicate work workfor workfor I
for several law firms firmsTlie firmsThe firmsThe
The officers testified that he was wascaught wascaught wascaught
caught begging at the residence of John JohnD
D Beers and without further proceed proceedings proceedings proceedlags ¬
ings he was sentenced S < to thirty > days daysA
A busy bus man has no business to tofool tofool
fool with a poor phone > The best is isthe isthe isthe
I the chapest clF appst and in this town the thecheapest thecheapest i icheaprst
cheapest Is the best Thats the Inde Independent Independent ¬ i ipffid
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Weekly Bulletin Indicates Improved ImprovedConditions ImprovedCQnditions ImprovedConditions
Conditions in the Agricultural AgriculturalSections AgriculturalSections AgriculturalSections
Sections of the State StateThe stateThe StateC
C The weekly crop bulletin issued by bythe bythe
the United States > department of ag agriculture a alicuUure agriculture ¬
riculture for the Utah section contains containsthe containstbe containSthe
the following followingi
i The early part of theweek was cool cooland cooland I
and stormy and the latter part was wasmuch waSniuch
much warmer A general rain occurred occurredSunday occurredSunda occurredSundayinorning
Sunday Sunda Sundayinorning morning over the northern l1 rthern por portion portion portion ¬ I
tion of the th state st te Vegetation was bene benefited beneted benetited ¬
fited ted considerably and made good ad advancement adRncement adVancement ¬
vancement Work in the fields was washindered j
hindered somewhat Spring grain grainseeding gr81nseeding grainseeding J
seeding was progressing and nearing nearingcompletion nearingCompletion I
completion Fall wheat was exception exceptionally i ially I Iall
ally all well advanced Alfelfa continued continuedpromising continuedpromising
promising A large acreage of sugar sugarbeets sugarbeets sugarbeets I
beets was sown notwithstanding the theinclement tbeinclement theInclement
inclement weather Fruit trees were weregenerally weregenerally weregenerally
generally blooming and In the south southern southem ¬
ern em counties were quite well advanced advancedScattered adancedScattered advancedScattered
Scattered frosts occurred which slight slightly SUghtI slightly ¬
ly I damaged some fruit Gardens werein were werehi wereIn
in various stages of advancement In Inthe Inthe
the northern portion considerable pro progress progress progress ¬ I
gress was made while farther south southvegetables southvegetables southvegetables
vegetables were coming up Prepara Preparations Preparations Preparations ¬
tions were being made for corn and andpotatoes andpotatoes andpotatoes
potatoes The range continued in good goodcondition goodcondition goodcondition
condition and the herds were fine flneSheep fineSheep lineSheep
Sheep shearing was delayed d layed slightly by bythe bythe bythe
the cold The wooj woo clip was excel excellent e cel vellent ¬ I Ilent
lent o 11111 11111Eat I
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