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t THE SALT LAKE HE ERALD LLO SA
dV FRUITS FOR FORSUNDAY FORSUNDAY FORSUNDAY
SUNDAY DINNER DINNERs
s hs s Peaches PcaehesandPlumsWil1Bo Peachesand ancLPlums PIumsWi1rBo Will Be on onMarket onMarket onNarket
Market Today TodayBANANAS TodayBANANAS TodayBANANAS
BANANAS ALSO TO BE HAD HADLEMONS IADLEMONS AD ADLEMONS
LEMONS ARRIVE BUT ARE STILL STILLAT STILLAT STILLAT
AT HIGH pRICESCboice PRICES PRICESCholctt PRICESCholes
Cholctt California fruits will U M on themnrkot the theniarkot thcamarkot
niarkot today tOda Shipments > > of feurtlett feurtlettpears BurU 13arUettpears tt ttpears
pears Crawford pcucliOH a nttl tl fancy ranc plumswill plums plumswill plumsJ1J
will J1J arrive this morning rind nU will be e oft onIon ofttha oftthe
the retail market b by nOo > tbtctj rb rite comml commlalon commbslon
alon Ion house dealers reuoiv retehld d invoices hsvok es yes yesterday yestcrday e etcrdR ¬
terday tcrdR of the ahiprr hlpn hIPlt 4its ts Tho wholesale whOleslllequotnUon wholesalerawfor1 wholesalequotation
quotation rawfor1 on on1 p < BfI I 5 350 per caau caautrawford CM CMrnwCorl couease
iizu
trawford peaches peaclns Nlcll s l7wand 1 cU1l plums 5150 I5O a acase acase
case caseBananas caseRn11anftfl easefallRnas
Bananas are 111 on tho th mafket market m ket n again aln after afteroelng afler1ellJg
being out for or about two wWk wteksIhe The whole wholeHalo wholeHille wholenale
Halo price J > rl Is quoted from 260 50 to UOO 400 a abunch abunch abunch
bunch and the retail r tan price IB 26 Sand and 3D 3Dconta 3Ucents J Juta
cents uta a dozen A few gran grartee were on onMile onfRlo oniale
Mile yesterday efltcrdR but they th9 were small m U in inlzo InIz Ins1ze
s1ze lzo Iz Tho O1h rotall dealers auk u k 15 cen cents a apound Ilpound apound
pound for th them < m Lemons arrived ycdt Yl ycUer ycUerday ter terday r rlay
day and wore mark rnarkotl < xl l 7 700 00 > a cusa CM < < II The Theretail Theu lhtrttdl
u retail r tadl price immodiKt ly advanced to 36 36and 36aud 76A04
and V fQ cents a doon 107011The doonThe 07 u uThe
The fish and poultry > markets mark ls were ac active ItCthe 8etive ¬
tive yesterday e t > rdny The demand for or chick cliickon chlclth chickens
ens on WRB heavy and nearly nesrl rl ail 1 the d dealers dealershsd e ew ftlera ftlerahad
had h sold out t1 lam night The J fl J fleh h market markotwas marketwas
was w also Welt r l supplied aupplfedYot suppliedYesterdayn flll =
Yesterdayn Yot torday id retail quotations quotationsMeats lUutHtiomaMeats UtIlUOJWMeats
Meats MeatsBoef Meatsef MeatsBeef
Beef < < > ef life to SV C per pound Vent IQ prime prlm12c
52 12c c to i IDI r Mutton 12 tiu fc to ITVfcc 1i Pork14t Pork PorkHe PorkHp
He to JBe 3e Dreseetl Dras Drll cd lambs Jam 1 lie c to tQJAmb t1 SOc SOclamb c clamb
lamb chop 12 1 c to title Ste 2c Spring lambs 1 1to 1to 1 1to
to 126 per Quarter qUlut r
rFish
Fish FishSalt Fisha FishSalt
Salt a cedfieh e lc per pound Boneless Bonelesscodftah Bonelesselfish
elfish h 2ooiind lini1o1J boxes me each Ch t tmRckerel Largo Largomackerel Largomackerel
mackerel 2 ac c each Small mackerel mac rel lOc lOcrach 1cAch Weeach
each Ach Holland herring So e each tch Kits 115 115aoh 11 11tarh 116eaSRlmon
tarh eaSRlmon aoh Salmon iSc par I r pound Striped StripedbaMk Stripedbase
base 1 > Me per pound Whitefish Whlt8rIsh6c 20c per perpound perpound perpound
pound Sol Soles s and flounders 12 1lc c per perpound r rpound
CatfIsshrnICnfepr fepr
pound Catftah CatfIsshrnICn Wv per pound po nd Porch PorchI2 P Percht rh rhJ
I2 t See c per er pound Fresh codfish 12Vfcc t par parH perlsouud
lsouud H > und J errl Prawns rl L 30c p perpound r cOdf pound Smok Smoked Smokeddaimon o oRlmon d dpalmon
palmon 39c l c per P r pound Bloaters Cc c each wachCalifornia onchIIICornla eachallfornia
California crabs IBc > c to lOc < > each Stur Sturgeon Sturon Sturgion ¬
geon on 18c per pound Ound Rainbow trout and andOH nndcHlltern andeastern 1
OH eastern stern brook trout 124c 1 each Snykqrt SnykqrtHlurgeon St1Qkqlflturg Smi kqd kqdnturgeen I
Hlurgeon flturg n 80 hOc per pound Black bass 40c 40cjor 40cIr 44ePcr
jor Ir pound Shad roe J9c e per pound Bxit Buffalo BxitJaUt Bu1Hl0
JaUt cat 8t fish 30c per pound poundPoultry poundPoultry poundPoultry
Poultry PoultrySpring Poultryrrjng Poultrypring
Spring chickens Utah broilers broll ra + 59c Ic IctIIft per perround per perjvund
round tIIft Roasting spring chicken hlol ftIf 1Kp l 1440Per Q QJlft
per pound Tam ducks 20c per pwnu peunatens pwnuHens PMtnllrlll
Hens Iflr Iff and 20c x per > er r pound IOun Young Youngiuabs YounlJabs Youngvuabs
= iuabs Jabs Z3c k each eachDairy eachDairy < oehDairy
Dairy Products ProductsButter ProductsBJUrr ProductsButter
Butter Creamery ScI 2ric LJIr p erp < r nrunttl tiiW Eggs Eggs EbpslICr
T 7 ucr dozen ChitflE > li th ui cream SCKi SCKijT Qc Qclcr e eI
jT I r round east oastprri oos rro 29o D 0 Hmburcer 36c 36cmr J5crnr c crnr
rnr rind SwlMWc Swl ro brick Honey comb combs
s strained strain str iln i 36c c per pun olnuVegetables punVegetables tInt tIntVcgetables
Vegetables Vegetablesp
p four bunches for or lOc Beets BeetsuryhtB Be Beetsa Ul UlU
U uryhtB hU lOc Radishes RulhdtCSe RadIuh s a for Be BeEl Defor ficfor
El for Cc dr dO > 4 1 lis lb l 8 28e Peas Peast Peak
t k gBean Beans 5 to lOc pound Iotatoed Iotatoedif Pota toefl toeflRhdnbarh
t if v Tlhrtubarb 3c pound CabbHge CabbHged
d I aullflower 9 lbs for 25c 25 < Cu Cure Cur ¬
re r IJc c each eachBit
Fruits Fruitstl
Bit tl l rod 5100 100 oa case currant black blackp blackRaspberries
p Raspberries la6 I to lUK case casei carerim
f11 f11t
rI rim i s 176 17 f7r case he U > c l boa > ox Black Blackf
> tt f l 110 box ox Dvberrle D wMrrlee hOc box n5 n5ol 225 225os 2 i iosebcrries
os osebcrries < eborri rrll R lOc per pound PluniK PluniKt
t Peaehep 10c pound 110 box hoxto boxI
ls I Sj > to 6c each Watermelons WatermelonsLOO
LOO O each cat IIJ h CantHloup 1 10 to iRc iRcuonn lkOl liacOne
One Ol very 9ry scarce 3Rc to 40c doy dozOranges do doyOI
i Oranges OI 40c to Wo doz Ap
JOc i lt pound in Grape r fruit h lOc lOck 10cl t tk
l > k cherries 2 his II for or 25c 2I c white whiteic
J ic C Pie cherries from 50 o to lOc lOcGrain ll1eGrain 1UeGrain
Grain Grainid
id shorts S110 110 per hundred lumdreI
I prr hundred Oats 176 per perMilling per11l1l1n perMliling
a 3 > ii Milling 11l1l1n wheat 110 per or bushel bushelt
1 t 51 1 per bushel Barley feed
J lSo 50 0 Cornmeal CornmealHa 53 53Hay 2 2Hai
Hay Ha Hai and Straw Strawp Strawtotr Strawter
p vor ton Timothy llmoth1 15 p per perv r rw
w v 45u r per > er bale balent baloFlour baleFlour
Flour Flourtnt Flournt
tnt < nt 270 l tl straight grade 2W 2Wo iO iOo
o 1 130 130S 30 30S 30S
S DAY SALTAIfi JULY 17 17ANTITOXIN 1 17ANTITOXIN
ANTITOXIN MAY CURE HIM
Daniel J Jacobs Is Apparently Re Recovering Rcoovering Recovering ¬
covering From a Case of ofLockjaw ofLockjaw ofLockjaw
Lockjaw LockjawIlopo LockjawHo LockjawHope
Hope Ho for the recoverof recovery r ovel of Daniel J Jacobs Jacobsthe Jacoberth Jacobsthe
the th grower whose holt9 care C8 C of o lockjaw Jo < kjaw is the theonly theonly theonly
only one on woet w Oct t of Chicago resulting from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the celebration of the recent Fourth of
July Jul in I entertained nt rtalttod by Dr hence fharl Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art who h has been n treating tro tfnA him with look lo lockaw < k
jaw aw antitoxin Dr Stewart said last night
that JacOba Jn bll walt able to talk a little and andwas Andwas andwaa I
was losing some s m of r the rigor that marked
the h early stage of bin Illness IIIn IllnessAccording s srg
According t tee a medical history Jacobs JacobsshouW Jacobashould J
rg
er lti
should be JN dead by this time lt Cnates where wherothe wherethe h hthe
the antitoxin has worked wOlk d cures cur were werealways W werealn re
always aln Rys those whore It WH w waa applied a lled al almost almost 11 11most ¬
most immediately Iml1edlat > fy after the th infliction of ofTho orth ofthe
the th wound In n tnl this cane tft the medicine was wasiot wasiot
iot applied until the patient had burn n suf ¬
Ierlng fering fr several days daysHowever dst s st
t M1
t However Jacobs was wa JJ better 1a last t oven ovenng evening en ennb
ing ng Analysis of the pus made by b Dr Drsrtewart
srtewart and Dr T B Beatty shows ahowstho showsrho lOWS lOWSthe
the presence of several varieties of sec secondary seeepJary jOCfoooary ¬
ondary Perm a as well as the lockjaw
bacilli bacl In all Ii respects rC I > ects the th Jacobs case caeis ca caI caseis
is I looked on by the doctors dO < tors RS remarkable remark remarkable remnrkable ¬
able and Hhould the th man recover rlKo r as asthere asthM asthere
there thM now seems fnlnt hope hOl it will be re recarded rel rorardod
carded l as a still more strange strangeBY stranger
1 1CAU >
CAU b BY CLOUDBURSTE CLOUDBURST CLOUDBURSTEngineer
r
Engineer E Engin gin t r ODonnell Injured in Wreck Wreckand Wreckand WreckI
I and Roadbed Ro dbed of Salt Lake Route EouteDamaged Routeamaged Routeamaged
Damaged amaged Near las Vegas VegasA
A ck4 cl C sHiburst dbur it > urst t thirtyfive miles cai east t of ofIas ofIas ofIas
Ias Vef YefaB as caused a freight rrel ht wreck on the theSalt theSaJt theSalt
Salt IHfee e route in whkih Knginoer EnghteerUontr KnginoerOix Knglno8rODonn
Oix ODonn Uontr niidi I Of Calicnte suffered a broken brokenanKic brokennke brokersankle
ankle nke y > A MercIa Merday t rday morning The 1h rush ru h of ofv ofwater ofwater
water v J AV3 it tihed he hed < l out a short section of the
track deibyinK truffle iMvera several hours A Awr Awrerkllllt Awrerking
wr wrerkllllt rkiiuc train sees wa sent from Mllford as asMO a8MOOn assoon
MO MOOn se L tiJe e new WAS received re < elved and re ren 10ltilr roaslr
ltilr aslr work was beguit gutl during t8 after t1rtorneon afterne0n
n neon neonThe ne0nThe on onTh
Th The freiMjt fret ht was coming east e t when It Item ItE1xUunhr iterastunter
em E1xUunhr > untor i the washout wa hout The locomo
JvVil tlve and iiT ° Vf fIf the cars < left the rails ratIto
UDunnell Iplled the air brakes In Um time
to avert serious wreck He 1 ie was the tlioonly thuon theonly
only on I > M tWn n injured < l
Sup Su Superntndent > rlnt rintnclent lMjeiu 11 E Van Hovisen > n left Jort1al
last ev evening ilnK ou the th regular passenger pa ngr
train for tit lhP gonr s pnp Of 0 the accident The Them ThemOgt rItemost
m most t sHrtouB damage Is I that which the theri theroad
ri T road > ad b bed < d suffer uffctd d t and thl is being re reclrtd retaired
1 taired > jiir clrtd d ai ijpeeijilv as a possihfiT possible possibleMellins p ihl ihlorthe
iT
1 orthe eBa Baby BabyIEEI
IEEI IEEIMeUins
L Mellins Food is i endorsed by b the phy physicians physicians physiclans
sicians Hundreds of doctors do tors are areusing arcusing areusing
using Mellins Food in their own fam families families families ¬
ilies for their own children If Mel Mellins Mellins Melfins ¬
lins Food is good for the doctors baby
it ought ou t to be good for your baby
Let uu know if you would like to try
Mel3 s Food and we will send you a asamplV asunt1 asampllY
sunt1 samplV bottle free of charge chargeMclliac chargeHeIUa chargeMdltas
Mclliac Fnod Is the ONLY 0 SLY Infants
Food which received the GrandPrize GrandPrizethe
the highest award of the Louisiana Par Pnrchase Po Pochase Parchase
chase Exposition Sit StLouis Louis 1904 High Hixher Higher HltheJ ¬
er thaa a fold Itol medal medalSJUJNS medalNS medalP1IINS
P1IINS SJUJNS NS FOOD CO BOSTON MASS MASSLi
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l OGDN fcEZftl NEWS fcII NEWSOffice IAf I IOgden
> Vr W Br L IV 19 1 W f fI >
I Office 2484 Washington n Ave AvcOgden AveOgden
Ogden Saturday July i5 i5RESPECT i5RESPECT 5 5ESPECT
RESPECT TO JUDGE DEE DEESchool DEESchool DEESchool
School Board Adopts Resolutions and andChooses andChoosesDr andChooses
Chooses ChoosesDr Dr Joyce as Its ItsPresident ItsPresident ItsPresident
President PresidentAt
At the meeting m Ung of the board bO rd of education educa education education ¬
tion last night resolutions of respect r spoet for forthe forthe forthe
the lata Thomas D Dee lamenting his hisuntimely hlgUlatlmal hisuntimely
untimely Ulatlmal passing pns lng and praising his ex exemplary exmplary cxemplary ¬
emplary character were ere passed The Thefdsqlutlqns TheJaQhlUOns ThisteeglutIons
fdsqlutlqns which were introduced by b bDr
E Dr > r Conroy follow followVherea follo
Vherea fherellU C hereus An u AllWIaO All ol Provldfcnc Prold n in innig Inhili inhis
his inscrutable wisdom wl om has removed removedfrom removedfrom removedtrum
from title sphere of action n tlon Hon Thomas ThemaBD
D Dee president prcsllJ nt of tills tlllH board b ard andtVhereas and andWhereas an anVherens
Whereas President Dee has been Iden idontified Identleled identified
tified with th the public school system of ofthis urtht ofthis
this tht city for the past thirtyfive thirt flve years yearsduring yeurlduring yearsduring
during which time he h has rendered invaluable In Intlon InVwtlllbt
Vwtlllbt services to the cause Qf educa education education
tion now therefore th r > rore be it itResolved ItUR itResolved
UR Resolved lyd by the board of education of orOgden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden City Clt That in the death of Presi President Pre President l l1ent ¬
dent < Dee this board has lost one of itsmost its itsmoat It Itmost
most valuable members the cause ca 5e of ofeducation ofeducation ofeducation
education and the school tt hood children of this thispity UtlKrlt thiscity
pity rlt have suffered the irreparable loan of otalt ofalt I
alt 1 < < 11 Mbl able bl conscientious and devoted devotedfriend d dbvotedfrlcnd fOted fOtedfriend
friend this community has lost IQ t an enter enterprising enternrlstng nter nterprhnr ¬
prising loyal citizen and his hl family ninn o a aloving alohlg aloving
loving husband hUld > and and father and bo it further fur further furtbp ¬
ther tbp
therUeaolved Resolved That this board hereby b r by cx oxlends cxtpiulB exllnd
lends to the th bereaved family faml1 its deepest deepestsympathy deepestsympathy iN JllIIt JllIItsympnUn
sympathy HIM and invoke M upon Worn the thefeloMing thebtMllinJ theblessings
blessings of him who hf has mild that he hewill hewill lieviii
will temper t > mpr the wind to the shorn lamb lamband lambnnd Iamband
and entertains 1ntprt huc the hope that the exem exemplary exemplary ¬
plary 11111 life lI of President Prttildt > nt I Dee > co will always alwayshe
he to his family mlly and the younger otmg r genera generation generalion tnent tnenttion ¬
tion of this community whom he so solord o oloved 0loed
loved a constant < < oirco t lOl < of consolation consolationand on lution lutionand
and Inspiration und bo it further furtherRwolved rurthNunOMoled furtherRevolved
Revolved That these thC e resolutions re lutlon be bespread boprcad bepducatloaeandt
spread upon tho minutes of th bOHtxl 1 111 of ofeducation oft ofriOt
education t pducatloaeandt > and a an copy copyEthbof thftreof th re riOt t tfiferossftd tfiferossftdami jfat citgrooaasedawl oM < d dat1
awl sent I t to the family of o President Dee Deeowing DeeOwing
at1 trgt1 Uh Uho rrb
owing to the crush of business s sJORrd ttte ttteboard theboard
board decided d ltJtl that an immediate Imm tlIQte reorRnnizatlon reor reorjrnnization roolpnlzatlon
jrnnization was necessary nct t1ary DJv D R nJoce F FJoyce PJoyce <
Joyce was chosen cbos c osen > president trt succeedthe succeed succeedthe succ < ttd ttdthl
the late Judg Juc1 DtP H W V Gwilliam wits wasohosoti witshOl witsehosen
ohosoti hOl n vice President j resident l nt to fill the vacancy
loft bv b Dr Joyce JoycoAfter JoyceAfter
After the reorganization the board took toiiksu to tooktip k kup
up the mattt matteappolnting > r npvolnllns school een eensus cn cnSUM I
su SUM enumerators > nnm rators and till following were Averenamed wlrtntnnld werenamed
named First ward wnr < l Mrs Alice Collins CohNnssSecond CollinsSecond comnScond
Second ward John D Smyth Third wardJames ward wardTamos wardTam8
James Taylor Fourth ward wnr Joel Jo 1 J JKarris JtIarria T THfrrI9
Karris Fifth ward Miss Ethel Olsen OlsUThe OlsenThe
The secretary Mr lItr reported that receipts for forthr forthe
the year jwst m t amounting IIntotlntln to 1170 ll7tOLST ll7tOLSThad < > S3rt S3rthad
had been disbursed by 11 authority of the theboard till110Ar theboard
board A l resolution r + luLion thereupon th rupou curried curriedauthorizing carrlMlauthorizln carriedauthoizing
authorizing tho board to borrow 5000 0Ol to tomoot torurrlIt toinert
moot current expenses until school taxes taxesbegin tax taxesbegin s sberin
begin to come In InProfe InProfMlsor InProfessor
Profe Professor sor A j K F Wilson 1I80n who bo for two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years was principal rlnCl1 for the Ogden g en IIIthschool IIlcli IIlclisHshool Hlshhotl
school hotl and who loft in 1 1903 + 63 to ct > to the theAgricultural theA theAcricultural
Agricultural A rlc lturl1l college olleg will in all proba probability prohnhlUt probahility ¬
bility hlUt again take this post succeeding sUtc dlng dlngd dlngtrhOlf
Dr Jo Jeseplt eph h Thomas resigned d A letter lettertendering lettertendering
tendering d the trhOlf prlneuxnlship I CI has h It ben benwritten beenwritten J JwrlttCn
written to Professor ProCe < or Wilson bY City Su Superintendent auperintendCflt ¬ I I1erlntpDll
perintendent 1erlntpDll > nt of School William IQllln IQlllnand 1111111and rillsand
and hi his acceptance CePlt nce Is bOilS awaited by bythe hythe bythe
the > board of education Professor Wilson Wil Wilson VIJ VIJlIon ¬
son is at pr present sent in Europe and his an answer anpr answer ¬
swer pr may ma not come to hand curly enough enoughto ellou h hto
to meet the th < boards plans for tho coming comlncyear comingyear < OmlnstRr
year tRr Sunerlntendent Sllnerlnt nd > nt Allison returned returnedfrom t returnedfrom turndrom
from rom the National aUonal Educational Eqp gationat atlona association associationconvention ttsoclulJonconnUon associationconvention I
convention yosterd > slerd jj afternoon and andstated anlJstatN1 andstate
stated that In case OR JJrofossor r tossor Wilson did dirtHot dianot didnot
not accept aCc < pt he h > had sev several fQ111 aral good ood men for fortho fMtho forthin
tho place In view Ip Pr6fes Pr Professor rGfl 6r Allison AIII n Is Ismuch Ismuch ismuch
much pleased plon d with Ilh Salt Takes fAk < > 1 prosneets proimNlsI j
fir I capturing the th next convention of the thenedacymies tlf tlfl1fd1t tilenedacrues
nedacymies l1fd1t ues HP say sa a that throe th r Is no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the commute > A hnvincr hpvilt the noyt noirtmeeting noytmeeting nl t ttln
meeting tln in charge will decide In favor of ofZion ofZion ofZion
Zion in ease afe It finds that the city rlt can ca4iaccommodate canaceommndate 3n 3naCM
accommodate aCM > mmodate the Lh 01000 or more educators educatorswno duto torg torgwno
wno woo will attend attendSuoerintopdent IlttllldSmprint attendSitnerintendent
Suoerintopdent Smprint > 1Hlnl Allison A11I on Will submit plans plansto
to the bosml 1 > of education sit thC meeting meetingxt mptUnsnxt
nxt it xt Friday Frla evening Io > n1ns for the Instillation Instillationof Inet < ltltfon ltltfonot
of the th manual training tratnir1 course In th the < > local local1furl
Hiirh school such as is now given in most mosthlrher mosthlher mosthlher
hlher institutions institutionsHAD InsUtcUonsHAD institutionsHAD
HAD SKULL FRACTURED FRACTUREDWorkman FRACTUREDt FRACTUREDWorkman
t Badly 1IfJlo o i iWorkman
Workman Badly Bad YD3I Damaged Damaged 1ged in in Sand SandRidge SandRidge SandRidge
Ridge Fight FightIn flghtIn
In a fight l ht early earl i Friday Friday ida morning be between bet between ¬
tween t ween Lye Boekway and Joseph Tillockon Tillock Tilloclon <
on the th sand s nd ridg6 cutoff tho former had hadhis hadJls hadIis
his skull fractured Hillock struck hJni hJniwith hiniwith hJntwith
with a heavy hen bar of Inprt l pn n The fracas fol followed 101lowoo followed ¬
lowed hot words be b bet4qts rygQlJ Qsn the two mon montfver mlner menever
ever er a ats mlSln missing scraper flcra tr pin Tillock Tillocki who whois whohs
iacting is ts acting lu Un as foreinan QirUic Q U10 cutoff Job Jobresented jobleiente jobrerented
resented certain rdmarlcs of his under underemploye underemployt underemploye
employe employeI employtnOokwn employefoeklvay >
I Bookway was removed rcmov removaptp l to 1 his Is home 2201 2201Washington 2201Vcshingtort Ii IiYeshlngton
Washington avenue This T 1 afternoon In InaVore It Itor he heswore
swore or out a complaint befdro the county countyattorney countyattorl1ey countyattorney
attorney charging char lnb Tillock with tlh assault assaultwith Msuult1lh assaultwith
with 1lh a deadly weapon weaponGoinn wcnponI weaponGoingHood
I Going GoingHood to Hood River
Ray West V < st has bon taking a averslty acourse
course Of civil Inoerfng nt Cornel all1l unlveralty all1lvtr
verslty vtr lt Ithaca N NL Y returned r to Ogden Ogdenvp Ogdenyesterday i itterday
yesterday vp terday and Is at t the homo of his sis sistor aister I Ihr
tor Mrs John JO p t L Herrick The young youngman youngnote
man was verjLsuccessful vcsu ve suCeossfulin CCSSfUI In college work workland workand workand
and in tho thotlol flolaydrlll Lttlrlll rill was aS given th n charge of ofone orone ofone
one of the engineering englm ettgl dring rlng pattlod s sent < mt out to toslve toIe togive
give Ie the students practical work lIe will willleave willlea8 willleave
leave in tt day dn Or two for Hood J od River RiverOro RiverOr RiverOre
Ore Or to assist his father Joseph A West Wotin Westis VCIOtIn
in the th Muyeys rve eys s Of the Mount M unt Hood Itall Itallivay ItallW8 Itallway
way W8 comaanffi comaanffiSentto co
Sent Sentto to Asylum AsylumFrank Asyl AsylumFrank m mFrank
Frank Rl OttO Jt of th the < two demented dementedforeigners dementdforc dementhdforeigners
foreigners forc > lJnl > rs wtto w have been terrorizing t rrorlzln the theresidents there theresidents
residents re ld8llts of liuntsvllle far several se tnl days daysand daysand 1ay 1ayand
and who was captured Thursday after afternoon uf afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon was yesterday ostMda corrtmlttcu cQmmluro c to the theState th thSLate theState
State Mental hospital Jllya IUtvn was exam exumInod exunlInf examined
Inod Inf < l by b Drs Eugene EU t1C Smith Sml h and A S SCondon Sndon Stendon
tendon ndon
ndont Ogden Ogden Briefs BriefsR BriefsRetort Briefs BriefsReport
t
R Retort portdKfrbra f t r01n 1n throughout Weber eber county countyindicate counhludlC countyindicate
indicate ludlC te IKat hlt yesterdays Rter ays showers did didthousands dIdlhou8andlbt didtboueanddct
thousands lhou8andlbt 6t dollars worth o ot hood ood to tofarm tofarm tofarm
farm eropsl eropslDr crops cropsT rop ropDrI
T Dr > r Q N > Smith president of the State StateI StateDfohta StateDpnta
I Dfohta > DrI Muau3socIatlon uSsoclaUon leaves this thl morning morningfor mornlnrtor
for PorTasrsid Po 1 mtd where lift will represent r the theassociation thea8l5oclal theassoclat
association a8l5oclal tt at the National Dental aseo association aseociatlon aseoelation ¬
elation convention conventionMr
Mr and Mrs J T 8 Poery entertained at ata ota ata
a dancing party last evening In honor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Misses lU8 es Harmon t ot > f Virginia who are aretheir arctheoir aretheir
their guests About 100 couples cou > lcs assem assembled nS8cmhi assembled ¬
bled hi at Toilers Tol1cl a sademy act1dem where the af affair affair affslr ¬
fair was given givenE
E E Stewart tnnnager manager of the Sun Simmons Slmin Sunnines ¬
nines Hardware r company returned tu d dJlrttnclco last lastovonlng lastvcning
inIAl IAl 13gnn 13gnnr
ovonlng in from Seaside egetde Oro r via San SanFr SunFrancisco
Fr Francisco nciaco Mr Stewarts family whom whomhe whomht whomhe
he accompanied to tho coast two weeks weeksago wlrksago weeksago
ago will spend the summer at Seaside SeasideIt SfnddIt <
It is If believed bc > lIpved that the condition of ofKrnest o oI ofI
I Krnest Ponder the young son of De Detect Dtlcct11v DetectI ect ectl
l 11v iv lye J F Ponder who wan Injured in inMlwoulu inI inalieti
alieti Mlwoulu I 4IIouln ± oulii Mont early in the week IB IBPonder 18not
I not 8 as serious R8 first thou thought ht Mrs MrsPonder Irl Irl1l1dt
Ponder > r is now at her sons bedside and andno andno andno
no unfavorable news aa to the lads lad is Fs con condition Conditlon on ontlltlon ¬
dition had Its II been received by b Mr Ponder Pendcrlast Pen Ponderlast cr crlast
last night
t t tPERSO
PERSONAL PERSONALHoyt PERSO AL ALF
Hoyt Sherman o n will n noa leave oa e today 2 > for or San SanFrancisco
Francisco F I to be zone n a week on o orb busi businase b busineea r rne
nase neeaF naseUnion ne tJ tJF
F u l Kidd ldd former LtuflmQlt arvlmeter r for the theUnion theUnion
Union Pacific at Kemmoror wyo leaves leavestoday leoaYtBtod knivestoday
today tod for his hl homo In Oakland aklnnd after several sev several st steral ¬
eral days da 8 visit with Ith friends lrl nas ip Bait S < < lt Luke LakoSenator LrtktStl1ator LukeSenator
Senator Wesley e l K 1 Walton aUon and family ftimllywill familyJUnll familywill
will JUnll leave e today for r their thel h summer hone humcin
in Rich county liver ii ar a 1S woodruff to IJrr IJrrwill Th They Theywtll y ywill
will return r turn to thel their Murray home in the thefall UIPfall thefall
fall
Rudolph Buckler ct f Ogden will go Jf to toI
Los I Angolotv A11 > 6 thin lhl evening nn He has become becomeInterested beeomplutertedin becomeinterested
Interested lutertedin In seine Om real r < < 81 eats e UU blJn jn In the th Ven Venir YI1k Venice
ir ice of America and hops 118 for folthe fozthepurposc tho purpose tuPOif of oflooking oClQOJdnt oflooking
looking after Ilrt r hi his interest interestPORTLAND intr InterestsPORTLAND t t1IICJ
1IICJ 1IICJPORTLAND
PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short LinoSalt Lino LinoSalt LinoSnlt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returndirect returndirect returnSalt
direct 53150 53150Salt 3150Sah
Salt Lako to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via San Francisco 4253 4353Salt 4253Salt 4 S SSnlt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via in Los Angeles 5050 5050Tickets 5050Tickets 6050Tickets
Tickets to Portland and return dl direct dlrect dlrect ¬
rect on sale dally from May 24 to Sept SeptHI
30 inclusive Tickets reading one way wayvia Wa Waa wayvia
via a San Francisco or Los Angeles Angelessale Angel on onsale onsale
sale July 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 11 12 IS ISC 4 4G
36 C 27 28 All tickets good fear fi lr > r nil niluvers Ilt Iltovers atovens
ovens and limited to ninety d < v vdate VB r rdate n ndate
date of sale Additional selles sellesfor S sell < 11 p pfor Ii Iifor
for tickets via Ia Fan an Fmrri FmrriAngelo FrarrlAngftff FrarrisAngeles
Angelo lttot qtiotd d I l btCr tcr CUyj City CJtyflu Citytita
flu tita xni ua1u slIL
M WITTE GETS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONSFROM tNSTRUCTIONSFROM A 7 7FROM
FROM THE CZAR AT PETERHOF
SL Petersburg July JuJ 11 143L M L Witle rltte had hada
a prolonged audience with ltb the emperor at
Peterhot this afternoon at which the thewhole thewho1e thewhole
whole subject of the peace negotiations negotiationsWas nerotlatJonsas negotiationswas
Was as gone over In detail The difficulties difficultiesof fj1fncuItteot
of the situation were discussed and indicatiors indi indicatlors Indlcutlors
catlors were ere given that his majesty Is Ismore Ismore Ismore
more apt to personally govern overn M L Wittes Wittese Wittescourse Vlttesurse
e course urse than the formal forml111nstructlons instructions whichhave whichhave which whichhave
have b been en n given ven him himM himM
M AVItte will leave St Petersburg next nextWednesday nxtV nextVednesda
Wednesday V < 1ne5r1ay y for Paris sailing as previ previously prevlOUsly previously ¬
ously announced d from Cherbourg Ch rb urs July Jul itf itfOn 15On 6 6on
On the North German Lloyd Llo l steamer Kal Kaiser Kaler Kalser ¬
ser er Wilhelm l1h Im der d > r Grosse Mme Witte Ilt < will wUlaccompanJ willaccompany willaccompany
accompany her husband as far as Paris Pariswhere Pariwhere Pariswhere
where she will remain for the present presenttliough IresentU10ugh presentthough
though she may ma possibly join M L WItto WIttolater Wittolater VlttoIntr
later in th the United States StatosAt StatQsAt StatesAt
At M l Wlttes persnal peri nal solicitation M MKorotovitz M1orotovitz 0 0lorotoitz
Korotovitz one of the ablest abl t young dip
Itmiatd 1 m t who ho formerly r rmcrb was secretary se rotary of tho
Ru Russian Jan legation I atlon at Paris will Will 1Jl be attached attachedto aUach aUachto
to the Russian mission missionLocal missionI missionLocal
I Local Briefs BriefsAPPROVES
APPROVES PLAT PLATThe The board of coun county eounty ounty ¬
ty commissioners yesterday approved the thQPlat thonillt theWitt
Plat of Hill park a subdivision of o block blockS
S tenacre plat A dedicated by Catherine CatherineMcGurrin CatherlnoloIcGurrio Catherine1icC
McGurrin McGurrinBANK loIcGurrioDANJC 1icC urrin urrin13IINK
BANK CIEAIUNGS tNCREtSETM TNCREASE The
bank clearings of Salt Luke LaI for the past pastweek pastweek
week show a totalDf total of 1567917 56 9li an increase incrcaKOof
of 661 per cent over the corresponding corretlpondlngweok corre pomling pomlingweek
week last year yearFOR yearFOR yearFOR
FOR BBXBFIT OF ORGAN FUND FUNDA
A concert will be given 1Cll at S3G o oclo ocl clerk k this thisovoning thisIv thisevening
evening Iv nhl1 in the Swedish SwocJl b Lutheran church churchSecond churchSecond churchSecond
Second South and Fourth ICitst 1 lIt streets streetsfor slr streetsfor ts tsfor
for the benefit of the pipe organ fund fundJUMPERSilKETING fundJCloIPERSU fundJUMPBRS
JUMPERSilKETING JCloIPERSU JUMPBRS ETINGThe < The Holy Jum Jumpers Jusnpers Jumners ¬
pers have put up a a large tent nt Fifth truthSouth
South Hud State streets in which hloh they thf will
hold meetings for ten nights nl htH beginning b isning
tonight A dozen dozen workers workeM5ln Including including < < ludlu ilr ilrand llrand Mrand
and Mrs 115 Kent l ent White will wilt take part In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the meetings meetingsSPEIRS meetingsSPEIRS meetingsSPEIRS
SPEIRS FAMILY FA nLY REUNION REU IONTh There Therewan Thesewas re rewas
was a reunion yesterday of the S Speirs > elrs
family at Liberty IJlbrt hall In this city cil The Thereunion Tugreunion Thereunion
reunion WAS intended to commemorate commemoratethe
the 101st annlvtrsaiy umltrsn of the birth of
Thomas Spolrs the founder tound r of o the family
in this region Mary Pemlleton Speirs SpeirsA SpeirSIffiI SpeiraAdam
A Adam < iatn Spyirs SIffiI George Speirs and Harrison HarrIsonEADS
irc 1 ntnd
Speirs children were e present presentPLEADS pretientrLEADS
PLEADS > EADS GUILTY GUILTYhenry Henry Watson G Gyear 67 67years 7 7years
years of ago a was arraigned yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning p terday terdaymorning
morning before Judge Diehl charged with
burglary Watson at80n was caught in h Will 111
Prices Prlc > s grocery store at West Temple Templeand Templox111 remplolId
and lId First South streets Friday morning mJrnin
by 1 > Sergeant Eildington Eddlm lon Watson Vat Qu onterml ontermla uterl 1 1a
a plea of guilty and was Wl bound over o < er to totht toth tothta
tht th district dl trlct court under un er 500 bonds bomtaADMITS bOI1 bondsADMITS M MADMITS
ADMITS HIS GUILT GUILTIr Frod > d Wood Woodcharged ood oodchaTred 1 1charged
charged with stealing two typo typewriters Tlters from fromtho fromlhe fromthe
the West ONlt Side High school was given a apreliminary apreliminary
preliminary hearing yesterday str R morning rhornintbefore ttioluinbCor I
before < < Judge > C B Diehl DI hl After the theprosecution theprosecution
prosecution had Introduced all its testi testimony testlmonv testimony ¬
I
mony Wood admitted that he took the themachinee thetnfUhlnes
machinee nwu hinen He was bound over to the dis district digtrlct district ¬
trict court on the th charge of burglary and andhte andhk andhis
his ball was 8e fixed at f5OO f5OOMINING 500 590MINING 500MINING
MINING COMPANY INCORPORATES INCORPORATESArticle JrCOnpOHATESt INCORPORATESArticles
Article I of incorporation n < < tO were filed t yes yesterday yesterfsty ¬
terday t In the I office fc t of the l county U clerk clerkby clerklly fx fx1y
by C D DeWItt Co capitalized H ttaUzcd at at12tQO atLt40
1210 with 12000 shares of stock of the thepar thepur thepstr
par value of 51 1 per soharo The incorpor lneorportitors incorporutors
atom are R E Miller 13 L Cutler C CDeWItt t tDeIU CDeWitt
DeWItt 10 P McNeil und nd Frank P Ellis Ellisall EllisaU Ellisall
all of Salt Lake City The company pro proposes pros propesos
poses s > s to do si L general mining development developmentbusiness developmentbusiness vcIopmentbusiness
business
MUSIC AND DRAMA 0RAMAThe DRAMAThe RAMATIt
The TIt Diamond Robbery Robbo will be given givonfor givenfar in inflt
for the tJl last time by the tb Blttner company company9t < OTnI1Lnyt
9t t the Grand GrllH theatre this afternon and andagain andasltln andagain
again tonight tonightTho tontghtTht tonlglttThe
The Utahna Stock company has male a adecided adtlldad aderided
decided hit in The First Lieutenant this thisweek thllSWNk thinweek
week The bill will be played tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and tomorrow night with matinee today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The pleasure Dt ure of the little folks is not notoverlooked notoVstlookcd notoverlooked
overlooked by the managers mlllla rS of Pains big
Pompeii Pol peU spectacle In the fireworks fireworksprogramme fireworksprorjlmmo
programme progrpmmo that follows the close of the thesp thenele thespCtaele
spCtaele sp Jtacle nele proper a great reat number of comic comicdevices comicviee5 omicvl
devices viee5 vl es is shown especially eSI > ecinlly for the tit edifi edification tdiCltlon cditlcation ¬
cation tlon 6f f the thelittlo little ones on < > 8 who in this Uti big
display will see a dozen Fourths con concentrated conentratcd concentrated ¬
centrated In one oneDrvE onQDrr oneDr
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DrvE Drr Dr E M Keysets Key ors Method of Filling Fillingteeth Fillingt Fillingteeth
teeth t eth Is painless ainJ ss 162 Main street Auer Auerbach Auerbach Auerbach
bach Bids Btd Phones B 1120K Ind 117 117I
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It costs you no more to buy bu Soyal SoyalBread oyal oyalBread yal yalBleod
Bread Our crown label on cvotyVpaf cvotyVpafstands every oaf 1fjnfstandH oafstands
stands for quality and purity purity At ell ellgrocers ll llrocors 11grocors
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MURDERS BY MEXICANS MEXICANSThree ME MEXICANSThree ICANS ICANSThree
Three Men Done to Dcattton Death on an ArizonaRanches Arizona ArizonaRanches ArizooaRanche
Ranches RanchesPhoenix RanchePho RanchesPhodnix
Phoenix Pho nlx Ariz July li HSamuel Samuel Plticil PlticilOtt Plunif Plunifett Pltlrikett
ett a stock grower and a man in his hisemploy hisClnplo hisemploy
employ named E A Kennedy I enn6lJ wdro mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered presumably on July 12 l at Plunkottg Plunkottgranch Plunkottsmnch Plunkottsaranch
ranch one and a half miles above Living Livingston Lhlngston Livingston ¬
ston a little IItU town at the head of the thebuxiii theha thebaaln
buxiii ha > > ln of the Roosevelt Rooeolt storage stor reservoir roeervoiron o orolr orolrou
on the upper up r tJalt river Tho object of
the doublo murder was undoubtedly undoubt4ldf rob ¬
bery a lU as tli the watches and all 1I thi > money
the m men ii had were taken The discovery discoveryor dt eovn eovnnr
or tho crime was not nrndc known until
this afternoon The murderers are ro sup supI supposed UIJ UIJItOtied
I posed > osed to bo b Mexicans Who 1JO wen formerly
in the employ of Plunkett A posse is now nowsearching nowscarchlllS nowsearching
searching for them themGlobo themGlobf themGlobe
Globe Ariz July Jul o H HInformation Information hasJust has hasJust hasJust
Just reached here that Captain Warren Warrena arrcn arrcna
a cattle rancher and minor acx az aged d about aboutTO
70 years ears was shot and a instantly n killed killedon I killednn
on 1 Thursday i d evening ev 7 g ga bv a Mexican I rn rnI half halfbreed halfbreed rf rfbreed
breed in his employ at his h home about aboutsixteen aboutIxteen aboutsixteen
sixteen miles from San Carlos CarlosThe CariosThe > i iThe
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