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t THE SALT LAKE LA HERA HERALD LD SATURDAY APRIL 22 2 1905
SOLEMN SOlEMNSERVICES SOlEMNSERVICESMARK SERVICES SERVICESMARK SERVICESMARK
MARK THE TH E DAY DAYObservance DAYObservance DAYObservance
Observance of Good Eriday in Many ManySalt ManySalt ManySalt
Salt Lake Churches ChurehefeSPECIAL ChurclleSPECIAL ChurchesSPECIL
SPECIAL PROGRAMME GIVEN GIVENROMAN GIVENI GIVENROMAN 61 VEN VENROMAN
I
ROMAN CATHOLICS CATHO ICS WILL RE REMEMBER REMEMBER REMEMBER ¬
MEMBER HOLY SATURDAY SATURDAYWih SATURDAYwiI
Wih solemn I < service Good Friday FridayTV Fridaywas
TV wa was us observed yesterday at the Roman RomanCatholic RonulUCatholfc RQnutflathoI1e
Catholic cathedral and at several Prot Prolestant Protstant Protctant
estant churches Including the Epteco Eptecormlian EphJcoJalian Episcoahaii
rmlian and 1d Lutheran At St Marys 1laryscathEdral
cathedral wa was celebrated the mass of o oth oftlu
the th presanctifled pr ncU ed At St Marks Epis Eplsopal Episopal
opal church meditation on the fifth fth doc doctrine do dotrint doetrifle
trine of o the cross Christ suffering to toprocure toproure toprocure
procure for sinners the forgiveness of ors
sin s n was as followed by passion service serviceanti serviceand
and addresses adclre He8 by Bishop F S Spalding SpaldingTh SpaidingThi
The Th afternoon services continued conUnut > d until
3 c Mock while in the evening there therewas therewas therewas
was a prayer service and nd the rendition renditionby renditionb renditionby
by b the full choir of The Story of the theCross theroHH theros
Cross roHH ros Good Friday and antecorn antecommunion
inunlon services servic were held at the Eng En En11sh Engish
lish ish Lutheran churuh chur churqh at 730 73 p in H and andat aUfIat
at the Swedish Lutheran church at at1O4
1030 a m and S p hi hiThe tnrhf inThe S
The services at St Marys Iary consisted consl8tedIargpI
largely of kissing the sanctified cross crossIn
In fl the evening the la lat t recital of the thetfnfbrae theterAobrae
tone tfnfbrae brae was wa given The stations of the therO
< ross rO R drew many worshippers in the theevcning thevnlng thecvcnlng
evcning evcningThroughout cvcnlngThroughout vnlngThroughout
Throughout the th Roman Catholic Catholicchurches Catholicchurches Catholicchurches
churches of the world today will be beu1arked
marked by services 1 < < rvlccs commemoratory of ortht ofthe
the transitory period when Christ was waspreparing waspr waspreparing
preparing pr < > j aring to fulfill the words of the theprophet theprophet
prophet And on the third day he shall shaHTisp shallTtRE
rise TtRE again Services for Holy Satur Saturda Saturday
day da differ from those of Good Friday In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that there is a cessation of woe In the thechurch thehurlh theS
S church although the habiliments of ofgrief ofgrlpf ofgrief
grief are retained retainedrhere retainedrhere
rhere is no Greek Catholic congrega congregation congregation
tion In Salt Lake although in different differentjarts differentIuts differentJart
jarts of the state may be found indi individual indlj mdividual ¬
vidual j ual followers of that faith They Theywill Thtywill Theyvi1I
will observe the anniversary annlversar of the thE th cru crucifxion cruWx cruS
S cifxion Wx on ten days hence or eleven days dayslater daslater dayslater
later than the Romans This is owIng owln
to 0 the 1 he rejection by the Greek Catholics Catholicsof
of the Gregorian calendar calendarTuit calendarI calendarmusic
<
I music and Drama DrarnaTitat j jTItit
Tuit highly amusing comedy comed Mac Mec1JtlI
Lith was wa delightfully played b by the the111gb
High school cadets in the Salt L Latrr Let > th thatrr > i iatr <
atrr last night It is ndt to b be doubted doubtedtnt doubtedent S Stitt
tnt if W V T Shakespeare could have ve K 4eL I Itli
tli 1hp play pia h he would right blithely have haverfinreded havenlOfpdpd havetnnrr
rfinreded tnnrr ded its It Authorship to one Bacon or ortlsd
tlsd lvdo Itch or Augustus Thomas or Ores Orest
Us t r t Beau Certainly Cf > rtall1l Shakespeare Shmkespeareiiivtr Shkp p re re1j
iiivtr 1j tr knew how Funny Cu II n Macbeth was
Tiiost I jOO cadets are great cutupa They The The11lfocluced They11Lroduci
introduced a number r of really clever cleverstunts cleverztunt cleverstunts
stunts Their Macbeth was aeombina
tiii of Everyman Ev ryman WdbvrfiMlda VetHtri lq va vaUtI4 vaUtI4Ilk vaUileIll l lii <
Ilk Ill and other things n not t ordin ordinirily rUY seat
ii Shake ShakettlJ Stiikespearean uearoan > ar an tragedy traeI There were WPTetral werertl
j ictfrai tral rtl star tar p perCormrti rformors but mnontf the thei thei
i ey S bi st t should be mentioned menU Ued the Macbeth Macbethof Iaebethof
i I of Vau VauIin hn Paul a highly entertaining tut rtatnQt
i caricature ari < < ntur > Morse tlors Moon Ioontt German G rman comedy o
stunt RuyiU Martineaus Lady Lad Macbeth Macbethj Macbethaiij Iacbethand
j and Howard Jones Corwin orwln Lee and j
Kihard RI < hard Johnston J
as the th witches i
larjce lrK audience witnessed tl the e produc roduc j I I
tion and laughed uproariously Some Somejounjc Some01mg j
jounjc frentlemeu tI > mtn in the front row with witha I
S a supply u of xadishef > H and andoth oth r 9pni tPII tPIIrlJ 5Pnh3Sg 5Pnh3Sgi >
i 4 fri rlJ j it ke L th tbe cts < i > r AIlu b busy r < fidgj tKlBSlr di > > as asMR ttse
e n MR I ig a alt gie e am aiiimimjari i1in iajflfd I fd > V Mch tch tchwtcnt lch lchilx
ilx tI wvnt rtlt v ryKUWr ry kW STWlnpovation IflPovation J Yation aUK ausgrstd suggrStMi
grstd by Everyman Etc > ryman wa t the en eiitrnne
trnne of the i erformers from the body
i of the house hou Instead of from the tit wings
Macbeth will be repeated at ii a matinee
tKlay tKlayi ta taR
4 4rt
i R K j Johnston representing Ysaye YIA the thexiuliitist theolinit theviolinist
violinist olinit who will ill appear at the Salt Saltis
lak lake > th theatre tre on the eY evening mln oC May Iay II iii
is 1 i in the city cityI clt cltThE cityThe
a
I The s S4Rt t sale for the ens engRgenaent K raent of
Lionel J lnnpl Barrymore B rrymore who com comes s to the Salt
Lake theatre > Monday evening in The
Other Girl i 18 progressing progrelilsingrapidt rapidly rapidlyGOOD rapidyGOOD
18 18GOOD
GOOD WEEK IN II LOCAL LOCALRETAIL LOCALRETAIL LOCALRETAIL
RETAIL PRODUCE MARKETS MARKETSThe I I
The week just closed was notable notableS
S ip retail market > t circles hI > o because be < tllse of the thefat thefa thefart
fat fa t that four shipments of produce producefrom lroducefrom produceS
S from Moapa loa 1m Xev Ne shipped over the theiievr thenew thenew
new Salt Lake road were disposed dlspo d of ofThis ofThis ofS
S This is one evidence eVJ et1ce of the th significance significanceof signifi aJce
of the new route to Salt Lakes mar market markd market ¬
ket ketFresh I
Fresh vegetables were ere in market yes yesthan YfStrday yesterday
A trday In plenty And were ere elJil1g low lowS lower
S er r than at t any time during the sea season sea5 ¬
4 son sonS on
S sonReceipts Receipts of poultry from the east are arelarge arelarge arelarge
large and the demand to l keeping close closetrack clotretrak closetrack
track Several tons of spring chickj chickjons chlekII1S chiek chiekens
ons I1S were received from Kansas during duringtho duringtho I Ith
tho th weekarly weekNcarly week weekNearly
Nearly arly every eer variety of fish Is plen plentiful plentiful pie pietiful ¬
tiful and cheap Many kinds of salt saltwater saltwattr saltwater
water fi lIeu h usually rare are now wj In Instock Instock InetOk
stock stockSpring stockSpring S SSrlng
Spring lamb IB a little cheaper hind hindquarters hindquarter hindS
S quarters bring SlO 150 fore quarters 125 125Easter 1 1CIIDO i5Easter
CIIDO CIIDOEaster
Easter Weaves WeavesJust WeavesJu Weavesjust
Just Ju t arrived arrh A special Bpe < btl invoice ino e of neck neckwear n4Ckwpar neckear ¬
wear ear suitable for the day Tasty T1tst in inpatterns Inlattern8 hiliatterfls
patterns new in shape shapeBROWX shapenROYX shapeflROWN
BROWX TSRRY WOODRUFF CO COTel COTel COTel
Tel 193 16 1M Main Street StreetNOT StreetS StreetNOT
S t NOT DEFINTTELY DEFINiTELY DECIDED DECIDEDUtah
Utah May Be Entitled to 200000 2OOOOOAcres 200000Acres 200000Acres
Acres of ofSchool School Land LandWashington LandPIwJIiI LandS
S PIwJIiI onc OJ o IVIfS IVIfSVashington laloodSWashington
Washington Apjil prn 21 210tllcers Officers of the thegeneral thenlral thegeneral
general nlral land office have not decided decideddefinitely decidedkfinitel decidedS
S definitely < kfinitel as to the status of the state stateof stateof stateof
of Utah In reference to lands in the theUintah thel theViritah
Uintah l ntah Indian reservation l enation A conclu conclusion conclulon concluiiin ¬
sion lon has been reached re ched tentatively liow liowcver hovnr ItowS Itowver
S cver nr that the state is not entitled by by1a ¬
law 1a w to school sections Uons in tl the > res resenatlon resena reservation rva rvation
tion or to the privilege of selecting
lands on the reservation re eraUon in lieu of o the thelost thelost thelost
lost school sections But it is believed believedthat believedthat believedS
S that the state if it applies for the priv privilege privilpge prlvS ¬
S liege will be permitted to select lieu lieulands lieulauds lieulands
lands outside of the reservation If Ifthis Itthis Ifthis
this conclusion should s ould be finally decided decidedto
to be > the law la governing the matter the thestate Utestate thestate
state will b be entitled to upward of 24H >
000 acres of indemnity lands for school schoolpurposes schoolIlurpose schoolpurposes
purposes No application has ha been re received reeivd redyed ¬
ceived dyed by b the general land office from fromthe tromth fromthe
the th > Utah state authorities for lands landswhich landhirh landsivIileh
which hirh may ma be coming to the state by byrt b bTt byr
rt r ason as asin n of the opening of the Uintah Uintahreservation lJintahr Lintahrservation
reservation reservationto r rservationS >
S iRELJEF iRELJEFto 1 RELIEF RELIEFto
to leave off offCOFFEE offI
I Ir COFFEE COFFEES
S ke 10 days and use usePOSTUM usePOSTUM
POSTUM POSTUMy
y
c I IOGDEN
OGDEN NE NEWS NEWSS S SOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueS
S
S S Ogden Tuesday April 1 1o 18
o 5 I
MARRIED THEN ARRESTED ARRESTEDHarry ARRESTEDHarry ARRESTEDHarry
Harry Simmons Experiences R eriences Series of ofExciting ofExciting ofExciting
Exciting Incidents in One OneDay OneDy OneDay
Day DayHarry DyHun DayIlarry
Harry Simmons had a 0 series of o stren strenU stronuons
U uons < HW t experiences Xlerlenc yesterday commemor commemorating commemorlithg commemorUisg ¬
ating Uisg his hi wedding which occurred dur durIHB duriNb clurbig
big th the afternoon in Brigham City Clt Ten Tenminutes Tenminutes
minutes after the ceremony he was as ar arrqtted arreated arrested I
rested by t Sheriff Joaephson who acted actedupon actedupon i iuPon
upon uPon a telephone teltc > phone request reque t from Sheriff SheriffBailey SheriffstlIey l
Bailey stlIey of f Weber r bcr county Simmons was wasbrought wasbreght I
brought br9UG t to Ogden leaving his bride at
Brignam City During the course of the theevenlne thee theevening
evening e nlnK he managed m n8Kcd to straighten out his
difficulty and lett on the midnight train
t for Portland his bride rejoining him at at3righani i iDdgham
j Ddgham J City Young Simmons was for formerly formerly ¬ I Imerl
merly merl an au inmate of the reform school schooland schooland
t and It was wa there he met Miss Bessie
Jo Johnson nson she also being an inmate Sim Simmons Simm Simm6n ¬
mons m m6n ns was released on parole last fall fallik fallpd
ik pd d has been around Ogden most of the thenme I
t nme t sinfife then One of his employ ei ploy ¬
i ments < was that of a p paper per carrier and andwhile andwbHe andwhile
i while employed in carrying the Tribune
h he became bec r 1e somewhat familiar with the
tulllne and was able to take advantage advantageof
of an onuortunlty o > to collect some of tHe tHepapers thevapers thepapers
papers money This occurred Thursday Thursdlt Thursdltwhen
when one of the collectors allowed him himo
t to o take a receipt hook and go after one oneor oneor oneor
c or two bills Simmons went after sev ¬
eral < othor bills and collected 10 or 12 t
for f or which he gave receipts receiptsJosephson receiptsJOt receiptsJosephson
Josephson JOt ephsOJl brought brou ht the young youn = < man to
Ogden arriving at 630 The young oung fel felow ¬
j low ow at cmce visited friends and managed managedo
j to t o get enough money mone to square the thoamount theamount theamount
i amount of his defalcation Another friend
1 had previously prevloUl ly staked him to railroad
tickets t < to Portland enabling him to go goon goon o oon
on his hl wedding journey The boy had
been advised to leave town by the sheriff sheriffas
as he and a number of other former formernmates
j inmates nmates of the reform school were sus suspected suspected ausPeeted ¬
j pected of complicity in recent plqts for forother forotheor forother
other < inmates to escape
Miss Bessie Ingra cTF 1 Johnson was re ressed ¬
J leased l from the school about a week ago a o
j Someone who claimed to be her father fatheragreed CatheraJreed fatheragreed
agreed to take her to Butte and to care I
for forrn I her According to the > industrial careI I Ischool
school records Young Simmons was not notof notof notof I
of age and could not legally get a mar marriage marrlase marriage ¬
i riage license but there appears to be beno beno beno
i no one desirous of getting him in trouble troublealong troublealong troublealong
along that line lineFALLS UneFALLS lineFALLS i
FALLS DOWN MOUNTAIN SIDE SIDEPatsy SIDEPatsy I IPatsy
I Patsy Fitzgerald Meets With Serious SeriousAccident SeriousAccident SeriousAccident
Accident AccidentPasy AccidentPtlts AccidentPatsy
Patsy Fitzgerald of Cripple Creek CreekColo CraekColo CreekCob
Colo Cob met with a serious accident yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday afternoon while working on the themountain themountain themountain
mountain side near the mouth of Ogden Ogdencanyon OSdqncanyon Ogdencanyon
canyon Fitzgerald was s preparing to toIron
blast some rock and was using a big
Iron bar to loosen some of the stones
While hile endeavoring to pry pr two masses mas es of ofrock ofrock
rock apart he slipped and fell headlong I
rolling rollln down the hillside hUJsl e about seventy seventyS j
five feet over ov < < r rough rocks He was ron S
dered partially unconscious At the
Ogden general eneral hospital Drs Dr Forbes and
Powers attended him and Hd found that his hisright hlsright hisright
right arm was broken near the shoulder shoulderthe shoulderth shoulderthe
the th left arm was ras broken near the elbow elbowand elbowand elbowand
and that he had received severe external externalruises
bruises l His physicians however think think1i4
ha 1i4 will recover recoverCONSIDER recoverCONSI recoverS recoverCONSIDER
S
CONSIDER CONSI DER THE TH E TEACHERS TEACHERSNearly TEACH TEACHERSNearly ERS ERSNearly
Nearly All Wish to Remain Rem iin in the theSchools thoSchools I ISchools
Schools Next Year YearThe YearThe Yearlhe
The principals of the th city tlt tty trehools have
Iwen l n directed by I the board of education
t to t1 consider their th lr fitness as ttacliers t for foriwanpointment Correalpointmeont foreappoIntmeitt
iwanpointment realpointmeontA
A similar order was issued I ued last night
by b the board touching touchln the present jan
itors I tors It also developed < < l at last nights
board meeting from the reDort of tho
superintendent that all the present teach ¬
ers er excepting twelve In the public
schools have applied for reappointment
for service next year oor
The report of the treasurer showed
1318556 1319 56 on hand handThe handThe
The committee on te touchers rchcrs reported
and the report was adopted that the
proposition Jlropo ltlon of tho Trades and Labor as ¬
sembly to offer prizes priz z to school children children10r
for the best essays esaa s en aims and objects
of organized labor bo boacccpted boacccptedSIMMONS accepted acceptedSIMMONS acceptedSIMMONS
SIMMONS CO BUILDS TRACK TRACKMerchant TRACKMerchant rRAC rRACMerchant <
Merchant Settles Settl s Dispute Between BetweenTwo BeweenTwo BetweenTwo
Two Railroads RailroadsThe RailroadsThe
The track of o the Rio Grande Gran e Western Westernalong Westernalong Vest ern
along AVall an avenue av > Iue which was stopped by bythe bythe bythe
the obstruction placed there by the Ore Oregon Oregon Oreson ¬
gon Short Line in front of the warehousethe warehouse warehouseof
of the Simmons
Hardware company was wascompleted wasompleted wascompleted
completed yesterday afternoon The Thowork Thework Tliowork
work work was as sprung suddenly during the thenoon thenoon
noon n on hour by a large force of men put on
by B E Stewart resident manager of
the Simmons Hardware comnany The Theshort Theshort TheShort
short length of track was very er soon com completed cometoo cornpleted ¬
pleted etoo and within thirty minutes Rjo
Grande Western eshrn switch engines had hadplaced hlulplaced hadplaced
placed a number of carloads of freight freightat reightat
at the doors of the Simmons warehouse
freight that has lain in the yards during
the weeks eeks that the dispute between the therailway therailway
railway companies has kept keJ > t the track
blocked blockedIt
I
It is understood that the Rio Grande Grandeand Grandeand Grandeand
and the Short Line legal departments have
been negotiating for a settlement of the thecontroversy
controversy and that settlement had
been oromiscd to the Simmons people
by b the th Short Line by last Monday This Thissettlement Thissettlement Thissettlement
settlement was not effected however howeverand howvCrand howeverand
and yesterday the situation was W S changed changedvery changedYer changedvery
very Yer suddenly suddtml by b Mr Ir Stewart who put
the large force of men at work and had
the line completed himself As the entire entirespur entireNDur entirespur
spur is for the Simmons Hardware peo people peopIe ¬
ple and nd runs on their private ground after
leaving Wall an avenue avt > nue Mr rr Stewart as the therepresentative therepreEcntative thereprescntntive
representative of the Simmons Hardware HardwarePElople Hardwarepeople
people feels confident he is within his hisrlshts hisrights
rights 4 4WEER
WEBER COUNTY SCHOOLS SCHOOLSWill SCHOOLSWill SCHOOLSWill
Will Be Nearly One Hundred Gradu Graduates ¬
S ates tes es This Year YearThe YearTho YearThe
The county schools of o Weber county
will this season graduate about ninety
pupils from their eighth grades Owing
to the fact that the schools do not all allelos aUelose allclose
elos close on the same date the filing Ci ln of the thetime I
time of commencement is a problem of ofsome I Isome
some nicety This will be determined determinedat i S
at a meeting of the trustees of all the theschool theschool theschool i
school districts with the county super ¬ j
intendent W V N Patterson The he exer exercises exerelses ¬ I Iclses
cises will probably be held in the Taber Tabernacle TabErnKcle Tabertuicle ¬
nacle dome time in the latter latt r part of
May Ia
S SOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsJ BriefsJ
J P Priest was in Ogden yesterday
from Las Vegas Xev XevWilliam Xe XeIIUam NevWilliam
William IIUam Sullivan Su Jivan depot master at the
Ogden union depot returned home yes yestended yesterdaw t > S Strday
trday after Ii vacation trip that cx
tended to Nevada NevadaCouncilman NevadaCouncilman I ICQuncilman I
Councilman W V H llo Moyes es Is reported reportedas reporl d das
as improving Every Eer precaution Is being
taken however to prevent complications complicationsresulting COmllIcationsrsulting complicationsresulting
resulting from the th injury Injur to his brain brainMrs brainIrs brainMrs
Mrs Irs Peter Cowling wife of the pitcher pitcherrecently lJitcherrpently pitcherrecently
recently signed si nOO by b Manager Gimlin for forthe forthe
the 11 > Ogden baseball team t < < Osm arrived yes yesterday Yf yesterday > S Stfrl1ayfrom ¬
terday tfrl1ayfrom from Butte to join her husband husbandThoy husbandrh
Thy rh have taken apartments at the theBroom theBroom theBroom
Broom hotel hotelMr hotellr hotelMr
Mr lr and Mrs In W Yo G King Inb of Sacra Sacramento Saeramenta Sarrametito ¬
mento Call are in Ogden with their
family fa mil and will remain here hers a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time before tore going on to Salt Lake They Theywere Theywere j
were cruests last evening at the home of
Mrs Irs David Kay S I
WHISKERS VH1SKER8 KEEP KEEPffiFFENDER KEEPFFENDERFROM KEEPFFENDERFROMESCAPING QFFENDERFROM QFFENDERFROMESCAPING FROM FROMESCAPING
ESCAPING VIA THE JUVENILE COURT
By their whiskers ye shall know knowthem knowthem knowthem
them This is the interpretation the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police put upon a certain passage of ofscripture ofrlpture ofscripture
scripture and this is the test they the now nowapply nowappl nowapply
apply appl to the juvenile offenders who ap appear appear appear ¬
pear before Judge Diehl DiehlThis DiehlThis DiehilThis
This problem of determining the age ageof ageor ageof
of the youthful offenders has worried worriedthe worriedthe worriedthe
the police ever since the new court was wasopened wasOPtned wasopened
opened They were satisfied that old oldoffenders oldoffenders
offenders offen ers were sliding through the kin kindergarten ltindergarten kindergarten ¬
dergarten court but could hit upon no noway noway
way of preventing it Finally FinalI inspira inspiration inspiration Inspiration ¬
tion came to Detectives Chase Raleigh RaleighBurt RaleighBurt RaleighBurt
Burt and Shannon After careful study studyand studyand studyand
and many lUan any consultations they reached j
the conclusion conclm lon that young oun boys bo s should shouldnot shouldn4it houidnot
not nave long tough beards that flow liowing flowIng 110wlag
ing whiskers are rarely found covering
the faces of < > C boys bo s of 16 or under A test testcasewas testClUte testeasewas
casewas ClUte wafC made to ptove the value of oftheir o otheir oftheir
their discovery discoveryGeorge dlscoeryGeor discoveryGeorge
George Geor e Williams alias Kid Demp Dempsey Deinpsoy
soy 8 who gave his age to the police as asIS
16 was kept in cold storage remote remotefrom remotetrOin remotefront
from a razor or looking glass for four fourdays fourtlays fourdays
days He appeared appear d before Judge Diehl Diehlyesterday Diehiyesterday
yesterday morning before appearing be before before before
fore Juvenile Judge Willis Brown The Theprosecuting Theprosecuting Theprosecuting
prosecuting attorney pointed to Demp Dempseys Dempseys
seys jaw to prove that the prisoner prisonerwas prisonerWas
was farther along the road to manhood manhoodthan manhoodthan manhoodthan
than he had said He had a line growth growthof
of whiskers an eighth of an inch long lonycovering longocovering longcovering
covering the entire lower part of his hisface hisface hi
face This hirsute crop rap had grown in inTATE illSTATE
1 STATE STATENATIONAL TATENATIONAL
4 >
NATIONAL BANK MUDDLE MUDDLEAnswers MUDDLEAnswers MUDDLEAnswers
Answers and Counter Claims Filed FiledFacts FiledFacts FiledFacts
Facts to Be Laid Bare BareLogan BareLogan BareLogan
Logan April S1 1The The answer in the theas these theease
ease as se of J A A1 Hendrickson vs S Thomas ThomasSmart ThomasSmart
Smart and Sdren Hansen in which the theplaintiff theplalntlC theplaintiff
plaintiff sues Ue8 for approximately J23WO J23WOdamages 23000daUa 3oeO 3oeOdamages
damages daUa es was filed today It admits that thatthe thatthe
the defendants entered Into the u agree agreeznent ree reement
m ment nt to make Mr Hendrickson president presidentof
of the First National bank of this city citybut citybut
but pleads that this agreement was with without without without ¬
out consideration consldertlonand and is therefore herefore void voidA voidA voidA
A counter complaint is filed in which whichth whichthe whichthe
th the defendants allege that Hendrickson Hendricksonin He rlcKson rlcKsonIn
in obtaining the control of the bank stock
for them represented it to be worth 172 172per 17 17per i72uer
per share when as a matter of fact it itwas Itwas itwas
was worth but 168 They paid J1U5 SI iil and andtherefore andtherefore andtherefore
therefore demand damages in the sum of
4S72 4S72The 437
437The
The answer indicates that the struggle strugglefor stru gle gleCOr
for the control of the First National will
b be a determined det rmlned and bitter one and thje thjecounter t tcountr tlwCounter
counter claim will result in an exposure of ofthe orthe ofthe
the inner workings of that institution institutionMr institutionrr
Mr rr Hendrickson H demands the fulfillment fulfillmentof
of the contract entered Into by the de defendants deCendants dcfendants ¬
fendants and him or the return of the thestock thestock thestock
stock he sold them W S McCornlck McCornlckis cCornickl
is l president presidf > nt of the First National NationalA
A party Rrty of Oregon Short Line officials officialsconsisting oCClclalspon officialsponsiatl
consisting pon ponsiatl latlnl rig of Superintendent SUpt > rintendent Buckingham BuckinghamAgent BuckinghamAgent BucklnghamAgent
Agent D R Gray Gra Mr Ir Reeve Passenger PassengerAgent PassengerAgent PassengerAgent i
Agent Burley urlev and Mr Stohr of the gen genoral geioral
oral traffic department d > partment at Chicago ClllcK o visited visitedLogan visitedLogan visitedLogan
Logan today They were w < < > re taken to the theAgricultural thoAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural tqjlege < < lIege where luncheon wasMflned was wasserved wasserved
served by b the th > domestic arts girls and andlater andlat andhater
later lat r the institution was wa Inspected InspectedAll
All the gentlemen named wore very verymuch verymuch verymuch I
much pleased with what they saw at atthe atthe atthe
the college Upon returning to the city I
they held an informal reception r < at the theCommercial theCommercial j jCommrctal
Commercial club and then proceeded proceedednorth proceedednorth proceedednorth
north to Preston PrestonMrs ProstonlIrs Preston1rs
Mrs 1rs Hannah Jacobsen formerly formrI city citytr68surer
treasurer has filed suit against Logan LoganCity LoganCity LoganCity
City to recover damages for personal In Injuries Injuries Injuries ¬
juries She demands 5110 Over a year yearago yearago yearago
ago while she wag driving home one onedajk oneduk onedark
dark night her hortt turned into a hole holenear holonpar hoicnear
near the city gravel bank and tipping tippingover Uppingover tippingover
over the vehicle pinned Inned Mrs Jacobson Jacobsonbeneath Jacobsonbeneath JacobsonS
beneath it She sustained severe fI ver Injuries InjuriesShe Injurlc5She injuriesShe S
She cremated nrt8nt > d a claim against the city ell i ifor IIf
for If 51000 troo but It was rejected rjc cd i
four days and it was not difficult to toconvince it itcor1lnce toconvInce
convince the judge that this was too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much of an achievement for a boy of 16 16Dempsey i6Dempsey
Dempsey was as much surprised as aswas aswas
was Judge Diehl at xthe the turn the case j I
had taken His beard was carefully carefuU ex j I
amined and i iAfter i I
analyzed by the court courtAfter
After this part of the trial was over overJud t
Judge Jud e Diehl turned to the prisoner and andasked andasked andasked
asked askedj askedHow askedHow
j How old did you say you were Mr airDempsey MrDempsey MrDempsey
Dempsey with the accent on the Mr MrMr MrMr Ir IrIr
Mr Ir Dempsey was old enough to see seethat seethat seethat
that the jig was up upI
I guess ue 8 I am 20 20all all right ri ht he said saidand saidand
and he smiled as he said it He appre appreciated appreciated appreciated ¬
ciated the Solomonlike wisdom of the thedetectives thedetectles thedetectives
detectives in running him mto the lit ¬
tle trap trapIncidentally trKpIncldentalI trapIncidentally
Incidentally IncldentalI it developed while whileDempsey whileD whileDempsey
Dempsey D mpse was in jail waiting for his hiswhiskers hiswhiskers hiswhisker
whiskers to grow he had a record in
San Francisco as a a prizefighter The Thepolice Thepolice Thepollee
police wired to San Francisco and andlearned andlearned I
learned that the boy was at least 20 20i
i All this corroborated the story told by I
the whiskers whiskersDempsey whiskersDempsey
Dempsey was ns arrested several days daysago daysago S Sago
ago on the charge of burglary and andsince andsince
since that time most of the stolen prop property property ¬
erty has been recovered He pleaded pleadednot pleadednot 5 5not
not guilty to the charge He waived
his preliminary examination and in de ¬
fault of ball was committed to the thell tbeounty thecounty
county ll > jail id II TT He k will JI1 Virt be Vnf1 held to the v dls
trfct court courtNEWSG I IPROVO
0 0NEWS
NEWS NEWSGPROVa I IPROVO
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo NOTESPiovo
Provo April 21 IJudge Judge W V N Dusen Dusenberry Dusenbern Dusenberry
berry Is practicing law la V in Las Vegas VegasNev VegasNe VegasNev
Nev NevA Ne
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A daughter has been born to Mr Ir and andMrs andIrs ai L IMrs
Mrs Irs Leon Le n Vacher All well wellThe wellThe wellThe
The University Dramatic conpany cOnpan will willpresent willpresent I Ipresent
present Christopher Jr at the Provo Provoopera ProvooJ Provcopera
opera oJ ra house on the 2 29th 29thThE 20thThe h hThe
The Provo City old folds committee has hasappointed hasappointed i iappointed
appointed Arthur Taylor Hyrum F
Thomas and Mrs Irs Emma Zabriskie a com committee committee comrnmittee ¬
mittee to select a place for this seasons
summer outing of the old folks Thoy Tho Thowill r
will 111 resort at a meeting of tho general generalcommittee seneralcommittee 1 ICommittee
committee to be held May lIa 10
A son has been born to Mr and Mrs
H A Smoot All well wellThe wellThe i
The remains of Qlaudjus laUdul the th I5month 15monthol
ol son of Mr and Mrs Frank Burch Burchwere Burchere BurchWere
were ere brought to Provo today and Interred
in the th Provo cemetery The child died diedat I
at Knightsville from pneumonia I
Lee Hone a Chinese ixUtent at the thestate t I
state mental hospital died yesterday at ai f t tthe j I
the age of 59 5 years He H e was committed I I
from Salt Lake county
Lester the 18monthsoid son of o Mr and ma
Mrs Irs George A Brown of the Second Secondward Secondward Secontvard 1
ward was severely seerel hurt today by b falling falhin
from a baby bttb buggy and striking his fore ¬
head on H foot scraper A gash several severn
inches long was cut which it required i iseven
seven stitches to close closeThe closeThe i
The sneakers st > ukers at the f tunenll uneral services servicesof s I
of Mrs Jr Catherine E Newsome held at attho at L Lthe I i
the First ward meeting house today toda were wer werJudge j
Judge A A Noon Elder John Giles f i
President Pre ident David John Elder Joseph K KGiles 1 1Gibe < j
Giles and BishopO Bh4hop O H Berg The ward wardchoir wa a 1 1choir j
choir rendered appropriate vocal Y > cal selec selecNOTGUILTY j
tlona UO1
NOT NOTGUIL GUILTY TY SAYS AYS JURY JURYReeder JURYReeder I IReeder
Reeder Is Acquitted of Charge of ofKilling ofKilling ol f FKilling
Killing IndianSpecial I IndianSpecial Indian ridlariSPoolol
Special SPoolol to The Herald HeraldThompsons HeralaThompsons IIeraltLThiompsons
Thompsons Utah April 21 21Not 21Notguilty 2lNoguilty Not Notcrullty 1
guilty was the verdict returned in the theReeder theReeder tinReader
Reeder murder case by a Jury last even evenins evenIng evenlag
ins at Moub The jury was out about abouthalf abouthalt t t thalf
half an hour Tho verdict was expected expectedand exvectedand expeCteanti 1
and gives general satisfaction Reeder Reederhas R eder ederhns r rhas
has been bf > n busy bus today d day receiving rt > congratu tongrutulations congratuhatlons
lutions of o his friends Judge Ju Jc Ericksen ad adJourned adjourned
journed court for the term
WITHDRAWS JITHDRAWSFROM FROM IDAHO IDAHONationalSurety
National NationalSurety Surety Company Declines to toMake
Make Deposit DepositRequlred DepositRequlredNew Required RequiredNew
New York Commercial CommercialThe
The Natlbnal Surety coinifaCiiy cOlnp3 ty will iIH
withdraw on April 30 from the state stateof
of Idaho on account account of the th Tecent en enactment
actment of ofa a law in that state requir requiring
ing a special deposit of 25000 from fromsurety fromsuret
surety suret companies The National has hasrecently h hasrecently s srecent1
recently recent1 made a deposit of 50000 to toenable toan
enable an able It to do business In Montana MontanaPresident MontanaPresident
President Joyce of the National has hasjust Tinsjust
just returned after a six weeks trip tripto tripIe
to Mexico and the Pacific coast coastWhy coastWhy
41 41Why
S
Why be pestered by b all the ills UlsQ UlsQa qf qfa Q Qa
a party line when you can get perfect perfectindividual Jlorfe Jlorfeindividual
individual service on th the Independent Independentfor
for two dollars a month Answer me methat In Inthat
S S
that
TINTIC EXCURSION EXCURSIONVia
Via Salt Lake Route RouteSunday
Sunday April 23 Special train leaves leavesSalt leavesSalt leavesSalt
Salt Lake City 830 a m Returning Returningleaves Returningleaves
leaves Eureka 7 p m 200 round trip tripII tripMule
II II J JMule
Mule and Rule RulePhiladelphia RulePhiladelphia RulePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ledger LedgerAt
At one of the western army posts in inthe inthe inthe
the days of the Indian fights there was wasa wasa
a young lieutenant who was careful to tosee tosee tosee
see that the regulations relating to tosaluting tosaluting tosaluting
saluting were faithfully observed One Oneday Oneday Oneday
day a soldier who was leading an ob obstreperous obstreperous obstreperous ¬
streperous mule to water and had both bothhands bothhands bothhands
hands fully employed < < l in the task was wasmet wasmet wasmet
met by b the lieutenant The soldier who whohad whohad whohad
had an occupation occu ltion which demanded his hisundivided hIsundivided hisundivided
undivided attention failed to salute salutethe salutthe salutethe
the martinet who Immediately called calledhim calledhim calledhim
him to account for his remissness remissnessWhy remissnessUVhy remissnesstVhy
Why do you not salute an officer officerwhen officcrwhen officerhen
when hen you see him he demanded demandedYou demandedYou demandedYou
You hold this mule and I will willcalmly willcalmly vilicalmiy
calmly returned the man manBut man manBut manBut
But the lieutenant did not insist and andthe andthe andthe
the regulations were broken brokenDIAMONDJJOAL brokenDIAMOND I
DIAMONDJJOAL DIAMOND COAL COALSold COALSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyRemoyed companyRemoved
Removed to 153 S Main Phone 49 49Cut 49Cut
Cut down your expenses and get getbetter getbetter getbetter
better service with one fell swoop by bytaking bytaking bytaking
taking the Independent Thats busi busiThere business business
ness nessThere
CI CIThere
There are fifteen trains a day be between between between ¬
tween New York and Chicago by the theNEW theNEW theNEW
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES in including Including ineluding ¬
cluding the Fast Mail Chicago Special SpecialMichigan SpecialMichigan SpecialMichigan
Michigan Central Express xpress Lake La e Shore ShoreLimited ShoreLimited ShoreLimited
Limited Western estern Express Expr ss Pacific Ex Express Express Express
press and the Twentieth Century Lim Limited I
ited the latter running every day in Inthe
the year between New York and Chi ChiI Cliicage j
cage a distance of ISO miles in twenty twentyhours twentyhours
hours hoursThis hoursThis
This train proves a great boon to tobusiness tobusiness tobusiness
business men of Utah who 6 when hen they theystart the thestart theystart I
start for New York want to t get there thereas
as quickly as possible time being one oneof oneof oneof
of the most important t features fea tur es of their theirtrip theIrtrip
trip tripThe The NEW YORK CENTRAL S SThe LINES LINESfrom LINESfrom LINESfrom I
from Chicago are the Lake Shore Shorellichigan ShoreMichigan j jMichigan
Michigan Southern and al d Michigan Cen Centrah j I
tral and from St Louis Louisthe the Big Four FourFor FourFor
For particulars apply to Mr Erwin ErwinTears ErwinTears ErwinTears f
Tears Colorado Passenger P ssenger Agent 1017 1017Seventeenth 1017Seventeenth 1017Seventeenth
Seventeenth St Denver D iiver Colo ColoI ColoMiller ColoMiller Cob CobMiller
I
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Miller Silk S1I Hats HatsThe HatsThe HatsThe
The nev ne blocks for Easter East wear at atxour Htour atyour
your our service servl > A handsome production productionBROWN productionBROWN
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO COTel eoTel COTel
Tel 193 166 Main Street StreetMURRAY StreetMURRAY
MURRAY MERCHANTS S UNITE UNITEEetail UNITEt UNITEtRetail UNITERetail
Retail Butchers and Grocers Form a aTemporary aTemporary
Temporary Orgariiza OrgaIiization i ition S Stion
tion tionThe tionThe tionThe
The national organizer for the Na National National ¬
tional Association of Retail Grocers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States accompanied by a adelegation adelegation
delegation from from the Salt Lake Retail RetailButchers RetailButchers RetailButchers
I
Butchers and Grocers association vis visited visited Visited ¬
ited Murray lurra last evening and formed formeda forme < < l la
a temporary organization to to be known knownas I Ias
as the Murray Iurra Butchers But hers and Grocers Grocersassociation I Iaseociation
I
association The meeting was jcalled called calledto
to order b by National Organizer W Y D DS
iu UIUBI i > uiiuiia1 v i = i u uS
S Harrington who briefly brief explained explainedthe
the objects and aims of the association associationand associationand
and called upon the following to more morefully moreCully morefully
fully fully explain the benefits derived by or organization organization organization ¬
ganization of the merchants in Salt SaltLake Saltlake SaltLake
Lake President W V J T Donnellan and andSecretary andSecretary andSecretary
Secretary John A Burt Lorenzo Jen Jensen Jenflen Jetisen ¬
sen C 4 M r Lees C J Foulger Bert Mi Milan Milan U UIan ¬
lan and O d Bates all of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake association ilsO < iation At the conclusion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the speeches all present signed the roil rollof roilof roilof
of membership of o the new organiza organizaFrom organizaCAME organizaCAME
CAME NEAR DYING DYINGFrom
From an Awful Skin Humour HumourScratched I IScratched
Scratched Till Blood Ran RanWasted RnnWasted RanWasted
Wasted to Skeleton SkeletonOne SkeletonCURED SkeletonOne
CURED BY CUT6CURA CUT6CURAOne
One Application Soothed Him Himto Himto Himto
to Sleep Cure Speedy Speedyand Speedyand
and Permanent PermanentWhen PermanentS I
S When Wh n my little boy vra wM three threemonthaold threemonthsold threenionthsoldhis
monthaold his head bea1broke broke out with a arash arash arash
rash which was very VCr itchy and ran ranconsiderable rancOnsiderable ranconsiderable
considerable watery fluid We tried triedeverything triedeverything I Ieverything
everything we could but he got worsenl1 worseall worse
all the time till it spread to his arms armslegs armslegs armslegs
legs and then to his entire body and andhe andhe andhe
he came near dying It itched so he hewould hewould hewould
would scratch seratelitill till the blood ran and a athin athin
thin yellowish elloVish stuff would be all over overliis overhis overisis
his pillow pillowin in the themorning morning I had hadto to put putmittens putmitt putmitteus
mittens mitt s on his hands to keep him from fromtearing fromtearing
tearing his skin He got so weak weakhe weakhe
he took fainting spells and we would wouldthink wouldthink wouldthink
think him dying dyin He was almost almostaskeleton a askeleton askeleton
skeleton and his little hands were werethin were werethin werethin
thin like claws clawsHe clawsHe clawsHe
He was bad about eight months monthswhen monthswhen monthswhen
when we tried Cuticura I had not notlaid notlaid
laid him down in his cradle in the thedaytime thedaytime thedaytime
daytime for a long time He had got gotso gotso
so that he just slept in our arms all allthe allthe allthe
the time timeINSTANT timeINSTANT
INSTANT RELIEF RELIEFI
I washed wash him with Cuticura Soap
and put on One application I Cut Cuticnra Cutcura
cura Ointment ai and he was so soothed soothedthat soothedthat
that I put pu him in the cradle You dont dontknow dontknow
know how now glad I felt feltwhen when he feltbet felt bet better better
ter It took one box of Cuticura Oint Ointment Ointnient
ment pretty near one cake of Cuticura CuticuraSoap CuticuraSoap
Soap and about half a bottlb of Cuti Cuticura Cuticum Cuticura
cura Resolvent to cure I think thinkhe thinkhe thinkhe
he would have hav died only for the theCuticura theCuticura theCuticura
Cuticura CuticuraMRS CuticuraMRS1 CuticuraMas
MRS MRS1 M C MAITLAND D Jasper Ont OntNo OntoNo O t tNoreturn
No Noreturn return Midyears in 14 r4year year MrsMaitland Mrs1Iaitlandwrites MrsMaitlanclwrites
writes under underdateofFeb date of Feb 241903 24 J903 It Itaffords Itaffords Itaffords
affords me pleasure to inform you youthat youthat youthat
that it is fourteen years since my bay boywas baywas baywas
was cured of the terrible Skin disease diseaseHe diseaseHe
He has been permanently pcrman ntly cured and andis andis andis
is hearty and nd strong strongt
Sold throughout the voriil Cutlcan CUt1cn Retolrent Me
In I Toni of CJiocolMc Coaijd cIttPd PlIi Pilia ase per vial YlJot o of 60 60Potter 601 601rl 60Ointmet
Ointmet 0e Soap 2e Depot > L ii4n 27 Chatter
home = Sq rl Ru dc 1 ha iix nx Boito IS 3127 3127AT Ct4einbuz
AT Ate Potter Draft t dies CW Corp Sole 1roprJtot lroprieotu5md roprhtonur
ur u5md 11 SQ for flew IQ1rto is Cia cray llum 1itrnsun 1u
J tion ti on The following w w Were < re elected tem tempprary temporary ternprary
Jv pprary p pv officers President J > J 1 Lindsay Llndsa
v vice pt ice president Hyrum Neilsen secre secreary ¬
ti tary t ary William Tilllant B Erekson treasurer
Charles C Caldwell CaldwellIt S S SIt
It was decided to admit to member membership membership ¬
5i ship s hip all firms doing business busin ss southof south of
Twelfth T welfth South street including < all the theowns
t towns owns tributary to Murray lurra within a aradius aradius aadius
ri r radius of elyht ei ht or nine miles A visit visitng ¬
ii ing i ng committee consisting conslstln of Arthur Arthurownsend
1 Townsend T ownsend Albert Sanders and John Johnrekson
Erekson E was appointed to assist the thenational th thnational
national n organizer in obtaining new newto newmembers I
mEmbers The organization bids fall fairo
i to t o have not less than nf fifty ty Vlrms ilrms In it In lts ltsmembership Its Itsm itsmembership 1
n membership m before June 1 1905 1905S 1905SCHOOL 1 1e 1SCHOOL
S
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SCHOOL FUNDS APPORTIONED APPORTIONEDEphrulm APPORTIONEDEphrcllm APPORTIONEDEpliraim
Ephrulm April 21 21County nCount County Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent of Schools A t L 1 Larsen has appor ¬
tioned t the state district school funds fundsamounting fundsamounting fundsmounting
amounting a al to 267o20 and of state school schoolamll schooland
land l interest and rental funds amounting amountln amountlnto amountingo
t tr to o 1799 179960 0 being 55 cents nts and o 7 cents per percapita peraplta perapita
r capita c or a total of 02 2 cents among amon the thedistricts thcdistricts theistricts
districts d of the county as follows followsManti follows1lanU followsManti
Manti 62560 Ephruim 58064 500 i Spring
City Cit C Cv ity 3G24S Mt Pleasant S65S72 SG > 872 Fair Fairview lnlrIw
i view v Iw 547472 Indianola 2760 Fountain FountainGreen FountainGreen Fountainreen
Green G reen 25944 Moroni 44344 Wales ales 9752 9752Chester 9 9T5Chester 5 5Chester
Chester 7820 Fayette 0624 Gunnison GunnisonU2I6 Gunnison1l2l6
5 41216 Mayfield 14536 Sterling St > rJinb 1034S 1034SMeadowville 10948iGO l0i4Moadowville
3 Meadowville 2760 iGO Pleasant View 3312 3312Milburn 3312l1l1burn 331iMiiburn
Milburn G256 6256The G256The
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The Best Family Medicine MedicineThe
The best surest safest and andmost andmost andmost
most reliable remedy for all allLiver aULiver allLiver
Liver Stomach and Bowel Boweltroubles Boweltroubles Boweltroubles
troubles You will save doc doctors doctors doetor ¬
tors tor S bills sickness and suffer suffering suffering suffering ¬
S ing if you always have and nd use useSold useBeechams useBeechams
Beechams BeechamsPills BeechamsS
S Pills PillsSo1d
Sold Everywhere In boxes lOc and 25c 25cWhats sc
5 5 5Whats
Whats Your Excuse ExcuseFor xcuse xcuseFor sCt
For not having vl your r eyes tested testedand testedand e
and fitted with glasses that are aresatisfactory are aresatisfactory aresatisfactory
satisfactory to the eyes Thats Thatsthe Thatsthe Thatsthe
the only kind we make If you youdont youdont youdont
dont need glasses well tell you youRUSHMERS youso ou ouso
soRUSH so
RUSH RUSHTfl RUSHMERS MERS MERSta ERS
ta 6 3 TV First Flr t South SouthPhones SouthPhones SouthPhones
Phones Bell 1763K 1763I Ind 1763 1763i7
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195 for Womens WomensShoes WomensShoes
Shoes worth 250 250to 250to
i to 300 300A
A great reat Saturday Saturda mark down downThis downThis own ownThis
This is a fine lot of shoes com comprising comprising cornprising ¬
prising heavy extension soles for forstreet forstreet forS
S street and school wear and also alsolight alsolight alsolight
light soles for dress In patents patentsvlci patentsvlei patentsvlei
vlei kids and calf skin and al always alas alvays ¬
ways as selling at from 250 to
5300 5300Marked 300 300Marked 300Marked
S Marked Down Saturday to
195 a Pair PairSpring
225 for Childrens ChildrensSpring ChildrensSrin
Spring Srin Coats worth
250 and 3 3These 3TheEe 3These
These in the doublebreasted doublebreastedstyle doublebreastedstyle
style with strap on back and full fullsleeve fullsleen fullsleeve
5 sleeve made of serge and very veryexclusive Yer Yerexclusive veryexclusive
exclusive nobby styles colors colorsred colorsred colorsred
red and blue Sizes 2 to 6
245 for Boys Suitsworth Suits Suitsworth Suitsworth
worth 350 and 375 375These 375These i i ii iThese
These are fine doublebreasted doublebreastedsuits doublebre sted i isuits
suits in fancy mixtures and sizes sizesranging sizesranging sizesranging
ranging from 7 to 14 14Another 14Another 14Another
Another line of boys suits with withbloomer withbloomer withbloomer
bloomer trousers andt and Norfolk Norfolkjackets Norfolkjackets Norfolkjackets
jackets in fancy mixtures in insizes insizes insizes
sizes 7 to 14 and worth 500 the thesuit thesuit thesuit
suit suitMarked suitMarked suitMarked
Marked Down Saturday to
395 the Suit
1 t S SGARDNEE J nLr r = I IGARDNER
5 GARDNER DAILY STORE UEWSGASDNER NEWSGA1U > NER DAILY STORE NEWS HEWSEaster NEWSEaster NEWSEaster
Easter is a day t of > f new clothes for forHa forboys forboys
S Ha lir boys as well as grownups grownupsVL
VL r By the way let us remind you that thaty thattoday
y p z V today is the last Easter shopping shoppingI
i d day dayOur
Our Easter togs for the little fel felI
I l low ° w all ages of ° f him him have been se selected j jlected
1 lected with as much discretion as asthose asthose asthose
those for the Men MenThey MenThey MenThey
They were selected with an eye to tostyle tostyle toN
N style andxwearing and earing qualities qunI ties with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to cbmhine mbine our moderate moderateprices 1 1prices
prices pricesThe prioesThe pricesS
The varied assortments of New NewSuits s sSuits
S
Suits Hats Caps and Waists make makethe makeI
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e the choosing a aIeasnre aIeasnreTHOSE pleasure pleasureTHOSE pleasureTHOSE
THOSE NEW BUSTER BROWN BELTS ARE IN GOME AT ATONCE ATONCE
ONCE IF YOU WANT ONE ONEPRICE ONEONE ONEONE
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PRICE P J e lIt LU 11 J I iLK L MAIN MAI N ST STTHE STTHE
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A Scouring Soap SoapAMetal SoapAMetal
5 5AMetal
AMetal Polish PolishA
A Cass G ass Cleaner Clea er S
To close the Easter Sale Week we have gone gonethrough gonetnrough gonethrough
through the th store taking from different departments departmentssuch
such numbers as appealed unusually both from the thestandpoint thestandpoint thestandpoint
standpoint of style and quality and also from the thestandPoint thestandPoint thestandPoint
standPoint of the markdowns which considering consideringthe
S the goods offered offeredare are unusually strong strongA strongA strongS
S A Great Offering 0tEerin of This Seasons Tailor TailorMade TailofMade TailorMade
Made Suits Marked Down OneThird OneThirdand OneThirdand
and OneHalf Regular Prices PricesThese
These are the th latest spring arrivals All the th new n w dress fabrics in included included ineluded ¬
cluded such as Mohair Chiot Serge frge and Panama in colors blue blueblack blueblack blueblack
black brown tan and fancy mixtures mixturesOne mlxturf mlxturfOne rnixtureOne
One Lie Worth 18 to 40 40Marked Marked Down OneHalf OneHalfRegular OneHalfRegular OneHalfRegular
Regular Prices PricesOnother PricesOnother PricesOnother
Onother Worth 2175 to 3750 3750Marked Marked Down DownOneThird DownOneThird DownOneThird
OneThird Regular Prices PricesCome PricesCome PricesCome
Come before the sizes are broken brokt > n All this seasons styles stylesS450 I
S450 450 All Wool Spring Skirts for 295 295About 295About 295About
About two dozen in this lot and all good full styles in colors light lightbrown 1I lightbrown ht htbrown
brown and grey greyRegular gre greRegular greyRegular
Regular price 450 Marked down Saturday to 29i 29 each eachWhite eachWhite eachWhite
White Lawn Shirt Waists Saturday Saturday9ac Saturday9acV 98c 98cVery
Very V ry fetching cool shirt waists embroidered down front also alsotrimmed 8lsotrimmed alsotrimmed
trimmed with tucking and insertion insertionRegular insertionRegular InsertionRegular
Regular prices of these waists s 125 12 and 150 Marked down Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday to 9Sc each
Interesting Wash Goods NewsInteresting News NewsInteresting NeWSInteresting
Interesting in price and an Interesting in quality are these beautiful beautifulcrisp beautifulrlsp beautifulcrisp
crisp uptodute uvtod e wash ash fabrics which we e are going to put 011 the themurk theumark themark
murk down table Saturday SaturdayMany Saturday1Ian SaturdayMany
Many 1Ian varieties Including inclu < < ling embroidered check ginghams voiles oil s in inchecks inchecks inchecks
checks two color checks plaids and novelties Kenmore suitings suitingsMadras suitinsIadras suitlnsMadras
Madras ginghams and many othor 0 thor this seasons wash fabrics fabricsCorrect fabricsCorrect fabricsCorrect
Correct and desirable for separate skirts waists and shirt waist waistsuits waistBuits waistsuits
suits suitsSelling BuitsSelling suitsSelling
Selling regularly reg larly at 25c and 35c the yard Marked Markeddown Markeddown Markeddown
down Saturday to 14c the yard Warranted washable washableLast washablelast washableLast
Last Day of 6reat Easter Silk Opening OpeningSaturday OpeningSaturday 0peninSaturday
Saturday Night Will End the Great Sale SaleThe SaleThe SaleThe
The unprecedented sale of silks this week shows that although an anunusual anunusual anunusual
unusual and untried event It was just what the public wanted wantedThe wantey wanteyThe uante uanteThe
The unsurpassed display the elegant varieties and the mark markdown markdown markdown
down of from 15c to 75c a yard on all the swell silk fabrics for this thisseasons thisseasons thisseasons
seasons gowns and also the opportune time to launch such an event eventall eventall eventall
all worked together to make this one of the greatest silkselling silksellingweeks silksellingweeks silksellingweeks
weeks In the history of this store Remember Rem mber Saturday the last day dayof dayof dayofthe
of ofthe oftheGREAT the theGREAT theGREAT
GREAT SILK OPENING SALE Markdown 15 to 75c on onEvery onEvery onEvery
Every Yard of the Novelty Silks for This Season
j7 v HAVE YOU SEEN THE HAIR HAIRGOODS HAIRGOODS HAIRGOODS
GOODS DEMONSTRATION DEMONSTRATIONRight
4 i Right opposite the exchange desk deskThe deskThe
3 The popularity and true value of the ther thenew thenew
r new Marguerite Pompadour has been beenthoroughly beenthoroughl beenS
S thoroughly demonstrated by the crowds crowdsof
S of ladies who have besieged this dem demonstration demonstration dentS
S onstration since It was installed last lastS l t tMonda
S I i Monday Monda morning morningIt
It Is a a healthful sanitary pompadour made of natural wavy hair hairand hulrnnd hairS hairand
S and very light and airy Prices range from 250 up upFRENCH upFRENCH
5 FRENCH CONVENT HAIR BRAIDS BRAIDSThe
5
S The highest hi hest grade of hair at the very lowest prices All goods goodscleaned goodsclea
5 cleaned clea 1ed by an antiseptic process making it impossible to contract from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them any diseases of the scalp scalpTwill scalpTwill scalpTwill
Twill pay you to Investigate Information gladly gladl furnished furnishedBrown furnishedBrown furnishedBrown
Brown braids from 150 up upGray Gray braids from 250 up
I in in n the the SprinA Spring S SA
A young jeans fancy may ma be beattracted beattracted beattracted
attracted to t our line of engage engagement enpgement engagement ¬
ment rings ringsEstablished ringsI ringsf ringsEstablished
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Established EstablishedOITABIE Establish EstablishedI od
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f 4L5 4L5REASONABLE 1 r
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