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NIPPENO TOWN TOWNIS
3 IS TO BE MOVED MOVEDk MOVEDiload
1 k i Railroad iload i1road Station Stt for Crescent C Cr es t Mining MiningDistrict Mnn MnnDist Minfn MinfnDistricttoBeat
District Dist DistricttoBeat ttoIJe toJ3Jeat at Myton Moi Townsite TownsiteSAN Towit TowitSAN
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SAN PEDRO IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTSGENERAL MPROVEMENTScf
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GENERAL GENERAL MANAGER MAN GER WELLS AN ANNIppeno ANNOUNPE
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NOUNPE NOUNPESLWORON ORI ON CUTOFF CUTOFFNippeno UTOFF UTOFFt
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NIppeno Nip nobns has been ben ordered orored moved move It ItJa
I Ja of course c ure unnecessary unneesS to state that thatIlppeno thatNIppeno
1 4 INlppeno Ilppeno is the future metroDoIIs metroDols of ofCalifornia oraJfornla
California aJfornla Major H P Myton 1Iyton and G GJR GClenve1and Gat
JR Cleaveland Clenve1and who are the papas pa1a of ofNippeno
F tippeno tNippeno Nippeno give this assurance asurnce and Gen Geneiral Genral Genoral
oral ral Manager anaer R E Wels Wells of the Salt Saltiake Sal SaltLake
Lake Route Routeha has announced announc that NIp NIpgjeno NIpleno Nipijeno
gjeno shall be b moved move to the site sie orig origfjially orl orlf
Cleaveland Cleavelandv CleavelandNIppeno fjially f leaveland leavelandNlppcnoIsa ly selected by by bMessrs Messrs Mesrs Myton M ton arid aridCleaveland ad adleaveland
v Nippeno NlppcnoIsa is a purely pur ly imaginary Im8lnary city cityu cty
1 8 u yet It I IS 1t4Jocatgd located ocatd close coe to the Ne Nevada N Nad ¬
vada ad line lneln in California Calrorla When Wen the he big bigBtrlke bigttlke
Btrlke ttlke was WR fhad < in the th Crescent min minInK mInn mm mmini
InK ini n district of of Nevada last lat month Ma Major Major ¬
jor Myton Iyon and Mr Mt Cleaveland located locatedtwo loCted loCtedwo locatedtwo
two wo townsites one at a Crescent Cecent and the theottyer thoot
ottyer ot er on the railroad rlroad about abut live f1e miles milesfrom mles mlesfrom milesfrom
from Crescent They named namedth the rail railroad ri ¬
road point oint Nippeno probably because becuse it itwas i Itrwss
was 8 so nipping cold when they were werethere were1here werOthere
there 1here last month monthStation monthStation monthStation
Station a Mile Mie Away AwayThe AwayThe
The railroad rlroa officials ofcals joined in the be belief be1JeC ¬
lief that Nippeno was destined destned to be a aplace
place lace of surpassing surpaing importance Imprtance and di directed d l1 ¬
I rected r ted that a switch swich and ad a station staton house bousebe housebe I Ibe
be Installed Instaled at Nippeno But to the thedistress thodistres
distress distres of o Messrs Mesr Myton 1ton andoOleave and leave
L B0ml the railroad rairoad started starte to build buid Nlp Nlpjieno Nlpeno NIPeno
jieno eno at al a point one ne mile mie east of the thesite thesie
site sie 1t0 selected selecte toy y the te two Salt Sal Lakers Lakersrhis
rhl This would wold never neve do argued ared Messrs MessrsMyton lIessr
Myton Ubon and Cleaveland CleavelandMajor Cleavelan CieavelandMajor
Major Myton 1on sought Sught General Genei l Man Maiiager Manger
p < ager ger R R E Wells early and ad mado rep repeFentUons repI ¬
I resentations eFentUons As a a result reul of o these rep ¬
resentations t Fentato s Mr 1Ir Wells Vels announced anounc after afterthis afer afterhls
this hip arrival arIval In Salt alt Lake yesterday esteray that
Nippeno lppeno will wi be b at the hoplnl point originally originallyselected ortglnaty ortglnatyBlete originallyII
selected Blete by Myton 11ton and Cleaveland CleavelandBoch CleavolandIloch
J Hoch der Nippeno NippenoChanges Nlppno NlppnoChanges NippenoJ
II Changes on the Line LineMr LinelIr LineI
I Mr lIr Wells Wels arrived arried yesterday yeterday accom accom3RHied accomnfed aecomsnIed
r 3RHied nfed by Mrs Wells Wele and niece niee and andothers andtther
j others tther on their tir way wn wa to Glenwood Glenwod Glenwodprlng
I Springs Colo
He announced
prlng that a aumber al aI
I 4 l umber of changes changs in the line lne would be
k fe Jdertaken dertaen at once onceUKIt on once1M < e
f 1M UKIt ltf rlt I is proposed propse to build buid a n cutoff < utf sev sevmiles sevmles
miles mles lone said Mr WeIs Wells which whichrwfll whichWul
1 rwfll begin about abut eight miles mies below
I Lynn L ln Junction JuncUon This Tis cutoff cut or wi will reduce
the Ihe grade gde onehalf onelll and ad it will wf Join the theold theold
old ld line on the other side of the Sevier Sevierriver Sevierriver
river in the vicinity vicniy of Trent This wjll wjllcause wjI wJllWLUSC
cause Use the abandonment of the old oldrid
bridge rid and will wi require the building buiding of ofn ofn offt
n nev one oneWe onee oneWe
We e shall shal also alo widen the grade from
TJvada Uvada to Callento Calente through the canyon ca caBIG canyonI
I BIG CROWD CROWDFROM FROM UTAH COUNTY COUNTYLargest COUNTYlargest COUNTYI
I
Largest largest Excursion of Season Comes ComesOver
7 Over Salt Lake Route RouteThe RouteThe RouteThe
The biggest blggest excursion brought into intoBait Into8alt
Bait 8alt Lake Lke this season was wa wa carried over overthe overthe overthe
II the Salt Sal Lake route yesterday from frm frm1tnh
1tnh Utah county count whose five state bands
look an outing outng for themselves and their
friends at Lagoon Lgoon Nearly 2700 persons personsrode persons2ode personsrode
rode 2ode into Salt Lake in two sections sectins of offourteen offourteen
I fourteen and thirteen coaches each eaehhe
They he came cmetrom cametrom from Utah county points all allmonc al allIu
monc the line lineJ In Inhe lineThe
Iu J ronJ The he outing outn at the Lagoon lasted durP dur durinf
inf ie P the entire tIUre day < 8 and evening ttrng Tn Th Jht thc thoAfternoon thcafternoon I
Afternoon ftErnoon each ea < h of the bands represent represented rpreent ¬ I
ed t gave selections seletons of dance and march inarchJyusic march1uslc marchusic
Jyusic 1uslc usic at the two pavilions aYHons and in the theevening theeenlng theevening
evening the bands bnds all l united In a grand grandconcert grandconcert grandV
V concert concertiThe concerttThe ConcertThe
The Payson Pay n Silver SIver band bnd Pleasant PI eaSat1t
Grove hank SprinRville SprlngYie Silver band
Spanish Fork M I A bund Provo
brass InR8 band and Lehi Silver Siver band took tookimrt tookrt took3rt
imrt rt in the affair ufflLr The excursion excurion was wasiworked wasiworked wa waworketi
iworked up by N J J Nielsen of Pleasant
Grove and others othersRailroad othersRairoad othersRaIlroad
Railroad Rairoad Notes NotesSuperintendent NotesSuperlntndent NotesSuperintendent
Superintendent Everett Buckingham Buckinghamof
of the Oregon Short Line left lef yester ¬
day da for a short trip of inspection Inspecton over overuho
Idnho uho points pointsS
S R K Hooper Hoper general passenger o senger and andticket andticket an anticket I
ticket agent of the Rio Grande left lef
last evening for Portland Portand where he will willrwnmiif wil vil I Ireitaiir
rwnmiif TeUNhr several vrl days looking after afer the theinterests theinterest tlud
d interests of his hi road in regard to tothrough tothrou1 U Uthrough
through throu1 passenger p8engtr traffic from rf1ard Denver Denverto DenveiI enver
I to the exposition expositionCOLLINS eX expostioni > Iton ItonCOLLINS
i COLLINS WILL NOT NOTGO NOTGO
GO BACK WILLINGLY WILLINGLYVictoria WILLINGLVictoria r
Victoria B C July Jub IS ISDetectve 1SDetectiv 1SDetectivGibson Detective DetectiveGibson
Gibsn Gibson of San Francisco Frncisco arrived here heretoday here1oa her1OIay
today 1oa with wih a warrant and depositions depositionsfrom depositons depositonsfrom
> from San Francisco Franciso in readiness rediness for forthe rorthe
a t the the resumption resumpton of the extradition extraditon trial trialof trialo I
of o George D Collins Colns accused a used of per per lerI ¬
I jury juryGibson juryGibson Htr HtrGtbson
Gibson met Collins Colns at the Driard ho hotel lietel ¬
10 10tel
tel this afternoon afernoou and told him In con convcrsatien conersaten conersatien
vcrsatien ersaten that he had come to take him him1ck I
buck 1ck Collins Colns replied repie that he would wouldnot wouldnu I
not nu 5 be taken back bck until unti he had ha ex ¬
hausted hfuste every effort efort at law even to tocarrying toCrr U Ucarrying
carrying Crr Ing his case cs to the highest high t court cour
i A In British Brltst Columbia ColumbiaAt
At this Urs meeting meetng Collins Colus introduced Introdu < ed the tin
detective to Mrs
detetve 1r McCurdy lcCurd and her
daughter dfughter as his hi motherinlaw and his hiswife hi 5 5wife
wife if The The case cs will wil be b resumed resme tomor tomorrow tonorrow ton3orrow ¬
i row before bfore Judge Judge Lampman Lmpma and ad Col ¬
ting has been preparing prepring for it i by an ax as asRidious asfldJous
Ridious fldJous study of the thf law Iaw relating an to toperjury toJerjuI t tperjury
perjury JerjuI He has hs spent most of his time e
In I the law library lbrr since the previous tme 3
hearing hearln five fve days dos ago agoWAR agoWAR agoe agoWAR
e r
WAR ON THE SCALPERS SCALPERSPortland SCALPERSPorUad SCALPERSPorUand
Portland PorUad Ore Ore July July 18 I801ng Owing to the thewholesale thevholeale th thvliolesale
wholesale vholeale business bU8lne s being bing done dOtf by ticket ticketMHlpers tcket tickeP
MHlpers P tlpers lper operating operatng In Portland Portand anil anilother am amother I Iother
other cities cites in the northwest norhwest the vari various varlbUs van vanEflis ¬
bUs passenger pasenger associations u ciatons have begun beguna begunI I IS
a I relentless relentess campaign cmpaign against aglnstcket aglnstcketopertor ticket ticketoperators t toperators
operators opertor A large larl e number numbr of arrests
have been made mne in this city < I and a bit
lor fight fght will wi be waged WIEo between the thewill theIlroods th S Slinilnoads
will Ilroods linilnoads roads and the brokers association
If I the railroads rirods cannot canot win assOlaton n In the therourts th throurts < 1 1rourts
< rourts It is said that the
I that spoeial I dal rates S
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from from various sections sfdions sc tjons of the tt country Cuntn for forortand fo r
Portland ortand madr niar > 11 i n iiccount of the th < Lewis Lewisand Lt > wis wisand S Sand
and and Clark < Iark vntenmal Cn < nnlal exposition rxpslton will wi be bewithdrawn bi S Svithdrann
withdrawn 1 I hdru n
ortheoaby ortheoabyA orthe theBabyH Baby
H f I BabyI
1 A baby who frets worres worries or orcries orcres orI
I cries cres or sleeps poorly poory is is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably poorly poory nourished nourshed unless unlessthere unlesstere unlessthere
there tere is actual disease Mellins MellinsFood Melns MelnsFoo MellinsFood
Food Foo provides providesplenty plenty plent of good nourish nourishment nourh nourhi nourishment ¬
i ment mentj easily easiy digestible digestble and nd does away awaywith awayI
I with wth all al fretting freting and crying crmg Try Tr Mel Mellins Me Mellies ¬
lies lns Food we wr will wl send sd you a sample sampleMellln spc spcKelln sampleflelllns
Mellln Food Is I the ONLY 0 I N L Y Infant InfantFood IICaat IsfastsI
I Food Kelln which whic received the Grand GralPre GralPrethe Prize Prizethe Prizethe
the highest hihet award of ofthe the Ixmiiiana Lilaa Pur Purchase Purche Parchase ¬
chase che Exposition Enoston SuLooi SL St La Louis 1904 High Higher Ul ¬
er than t a fold medal medalMELLINS meda medaLI
1 MELLINS FOOD FOqD CO BOSTON MASS MASSi
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1 t STATE STATE NEWS
PREPARING PR PARING TO REG REGISTER REGISTERProvo EGISTERProvo srER srERProvo
Provo Provo Commercial CommercialS CommercialSClub Club Agitating AgitatingMatter AgitatingMater AgitatingMatter
Matter Mater of Accommodations AccommodationsProvo
Provo July 18 18llaor 18Mayor Mayor Roylance RoIce re reported reported reported ¬
ported to the city ciy council councl last evening eveningthat eenIg eenIgtha
that tha t George C C Hunt of Washington 8shlngtonC JX JXC D
C In charge of the registration regist Uon for the theopening thebpenlng
opening optnhig of the Ulntali reservation r sevatlon bad hadybgcn badn
ybgcn n bore und Qndconterr conferred conferredwith d wftll with him In Inre Inresrd ref refsard re
sard srd tor t obtaining Qbfanlng places plaes pla es for registering registeringand registerng registerngand
and other oth r matters matC relating to local IOC l con ca ¬
ditions ditio affecting aectng the regfsterhg r stnd ad
drawing drwlnl for the reservation reservaton gstefhg lands lads Mr
Hunt had expressed satisfaction satsfacton with the thepolice thePlce thePolice
police Plce service servie of the city ciy and ad suggested
that t the force be Increased Increaed while whie the
registering and drawing were going pn pnand Qnand enand
and was wasvleso pleased lease that there were JO JOgamblng io iogambling o ogambling
gambling gamblng houses In the city ly Mr 1r Hunt Huntwanted Hut Hutwanted lUnitwanted
wanted two buildinss buldlns suitable sttble for con ¬
ducting ductng registration re lstrUon offices offc and Mayor
Royjance reported reprted that the Parker school
had ha been ben secured secure as one of those thosC build ¬
bqld
ings i ngs and ad that tht for the other oth r probably prob bly the
Proctor academy acdem or the old tabernacle
would be secured The Tle government will wil
pay PU no rent for these thee buildings buldlnglb but t wi will
employ doorkeepers doorkeeDer from members of
the t he local G A R post at 3 l a I day da
Mayor layor Roylance had assured Mr Ir Hunt
that t a a sufficient sutt lent police pOlce force to t keep or orel ¬
der t el would ould be sworn in and ad that all the
assistance assilancc the th city clt3 officials officils tat and council
could c give will wi be forthcoming In counci this
the th t h mayor was supported by the city
counell coutr1 and and the matter was referred ct ctcoutr1 to
mater ws reerred
th U t l3A committee of the whole and the
mayor mayorThe maYorheComm8clal mayorThe
The heComm8clal Commercial clubwill euD club will f meet this
evening evening e to take up the question quest n of pro ro
riding Idl g for the th accOmmodation accommodaton of the thearge
large J arge crowd of people poDle that Is expected
here hereneyt next ne mohth and a d It I Is believed blJ ved epeced they theymanner
wi will al all be cred cared for In asatisfactony atstactor
manner mannerThe m e
The city ity coiind co ncl commttteeon on finance fna
has reported rpored an estimate estmate comnttc of the citys citysreceiptsand cls clsreceipts cityseceipts
receiptsand receipts r IA drl expenditures expendiures for the ensu ensung ¬
ing i ng year yor The receipts reelpti Including icluding 512000 10 1ZOOGrom
from f rom licenses lcenses is placed at 518425 1S2 S and
the t he expenses at S3G933 69 6935 leaving 23510 510 to
be raised by taxes and ad a bill bi for an ap ordi ¬
nance nace for a 0 10mlll 10ml tax divided ap as fol tol10W8 folows ¬
lows j ows has ha been bn submitted submited Contingent Contng6nt ex expenses expenses ¬
penses 4 4 1 mills mll waterworks Irrigation Irrigationetc
Irrigaton Irrigatonetc
etc 2 2Jf ½ mis mills opening and Improving
street streehrand s and sidewalks sdewalks 1 mills mils interest intereston Inerest Inereston
on waterworks wl erworks bonds 1 mills Total
10 1 0 mills mis The Tf largest larJest item I < J m of Dis expense CXI > nse is I
57750 77iO 7O for miscellaneous mlscelane9ul including the se securing s scuring securing ¬
curing of rights rghts of way wy for waterworks waterworksextension wat waterworksextension rorks rorksextension
extension perfecting perfectng appropriation apgroprlaton of ofposes o
water ater for electric lghts lights and other vur vurposes purposes oJ
poses The report reprt was wnnopf4 wnnopf4E TiS adopted flopt4E v vE
E E S s Sloan Sh n of the tle Utah lJtah Independent J d pndent
Telephone company was In the city ety yes yea ¬
terday terdl He expects his company will
have Its Is line lne completed to Provo in about about wlI
two weeks weeksGeorge weeksGeorge weeksGeorge
George A Brown has bought bught and taken takencontro takelcontro takencontro
contro lot the th < Central hotel which whih will wi
be conducted by b himself himsel and Mrs Brown BrownCROPS BrownCROPS BrownCROPS
CROPS ARE ARETHREATENED ARETHREATENEDGrasshoppers THREATENED THREATENEDGrasshoppers THREATENEDGrasshoppers
Grasshoppers Bugs and Worms Worms At Attacking Attacking Attacking ¬
tacking Fields in Every County CountyOastledale CountyCstedae CountyOastledaie
Oastledale Cstedae July Jul 16 16The 1The The farmers farmer of ofEmery orEmer ofEmery
Emery Emer county are threatened at present presentwith presentwih presentwith
with wih a devastation deyatton of crops from the thedestructive j
destructive destructve effects of grasshoppers grasshopper bugs bugsand bugsad
and ad worms wors At Emery Emer these Insects have havebecome haebecome havebecome
become particularly partcularly damaging to crops cropsThe cropsrho cropsThe
The lucern loft lor standing for seed is In Infested Infeted infested ¬
fested feted by b a green geen worm and see bug the
former eats cb the stalks stnlk and leaves while whie
the th > latter later plays havoc hlo with the seed or
blossom The he outlook outook for an excellent excellentcrop ecelent ecelentcrolHI excellentcrola see
crop crolHI a few weeks wcel ago has h s declined declned greatly gre t
In value the last week or 01 two At Green Gren
River RIcr the worms are ac playing havoc on onvegetables onvegotables onvegetables
vegetables and ad are doing considerable conslderablt
damage damae to tho second seond hay crop
These helc pests pst and the dry dr winds and lack lackof ILl lackof
of precipitation Is damaging to the thegrain thegraincrops grain graincrops
damagng
thegaln thegalncrops
crops of Emery Emer county count However the thesituation thesituaton thesituatioa
situation situaton as yet is not very ver alarming aartng
Soron Sron Hansen and Hyrum I Iryru yrum Seely Seel sheep sheepmen sheep ¬
men of Castledalc Castedale lost a number of bucks
in a a very vcr odd manner this week weelt two of
the bucks buck being valued at 130 3O apiece and andthirtyeight andthlrteight
thirtyeight more making maing a loss perhaps perhapsof
of 2SO The flock was pasturing af fw fwmules w wmiles
miles 11 southeast of rc Castledalc i unff at the head headof h hof headof
of a a draw or wash The animals kept keptcrowding1 k keptcrowding < pt ptcrowding
crowding each other into intoth the > narrow narrowdraw narow narowdraw narrowIran
draw < by leaping ItaplnJ from the sloping banks banksand banksand i iand
and crowded cjowded Into the draw and WOIJB wC O
killed kled GowdEd by b suffocation 8uftolton before assistance asslttn asslttnfrom
from the herders erdrs could ould put ut a quietus to
the alarming alarmlng and damaging damagng situation stuaton
Young Jacob B Matliis lat1s who was killed kied
last wekin eek ek in Montana Iontana by b trying tryq wa to tt mount mountthe mountthe
the train and and crushed underneath same samewag samewas samewas I
was burled burlc in Huntington Huntngton last Sunday S ndY
The funeral services wore very impres impressive Impressin impressive ¬
sive which hh was held at the Huntington Huntingtontabernacle HUItngton HUItngtontabrDle Huntingtontabernacle
tabernacle tabrDle Mathls was a member of the j
K id of t P Raven n lodge No o 21 of tS Sunny Sunnyside y ycome
side < j Fourteen u members of o ihat that lodge lodgecome lodgecome
come to tie e burial and acted as the th pall paf ¬
bearers berrs Grand Grn Master at a bms Arms rms James
Harrison Harison spoke at the services at the themeting themetng themeting
meting metng house and at the th grave
Chancellor Chancelor Commander George gave Col Collingrham ColIngham
lingrham Ingham read the the ritual riual services The Thedelegation Te TeOlogaton
delegation Ologaton of visiting visitng knights besides besidesthose bside
those above abovp mentioned mentoned were Andrew AndrewPeterson Andrew AndrewPateren
Peterson Pateren E T Wilson Arthur El Glb Gibson Glbon Glbson ¬
son on John Ward rd D T Leavitt Leavit Erneet ErneetChilds Ern ErnetChiids t tChids
Childs Chids Mark Carney Carey Ira Demmick Demmhk Ed EdChristonsen l lg EdClrI5tensen
g Christonsen rIO Roy OY Cowley Scott Sott Wcstfail WcstfailDaniel Westfal WestfalAdde VwcstfallDaniel
Daniel Curtis CurtisAdded urtls urtlsAdded ls
Added Adde to the many man sail features con connected COI eonnccted ¬
nected ce with Wiil the tragise trJltc death of Mathls Mathlsis lathlsis
is a a fact that he was engaged enJaged to marry
in a short shor while Whie to Miss MiS Ida Curtis Curts of ofSunnygide ofRunnside ofSunnyside
Sunnygide an estimable etmable lady lad His Hisfiancee Hisfiancee Hisfiancee
fiancee and her parents were mingled mingledamong mingledamon mingleda
among amon a mong the tht sincerest mourners mournersThe mournersThe mournersThe
The Ideal Creamery Crmery company of For Kerroa Ferron Forron
ron aro putting uttn In necessary ecessaT machinery
for the manufacture manufactlre of f cheese cheese in con connection connecton connectioxi ¬
nection necton with their ther butter buter making busi business business business ¬
ness The companys compats product of butter butteris buttr buttrIs butteris
is very vcr good and Ir they the succeed suCped in mak making mnaking ¬ i
ing as good goo a I quality Qualt of cheese heesC their theirproduct theirprouct theirproduct
product prouct will wi find fnd ready rea local locl market marketMiss maret maret1s5 marketMiss
Miss 1s5 Helen Underwood rnerwoo of Salt S I Lake Lke
City passed nsse through town yesterday esterda esterdafrom
from l Kerron erron where she had spent a ver verptea very verypleasant ery erypleasant
pleasant ptea 8nt lisi visit with 1th her uncles Messrs MessrsJohn Messrsand
John and Don C Duncan DuncanMrs Duncanlh DuncanMt
Mrs lh Mt Carrie Car tiC O L II Ltsen rsen en of Cnstledale CnstledaleMrs cnSle CastledaleMrs dale daleIrs
Mrs Irs Jesse Jee Washburnxfaf Washburn r Huntington Huntngton and andMrs nndIr andMrs
Mrs Ir Mary Iar Young oC o f Huntington Huntngton were weresuccessful weresccsful 1 1Successful
successful sccsful In passing before the state statemedical sttmeical statemedical
medical meical board oarl at Salt Lake rakoClt City at ari ariexamination nn nnexaminaton I Iexamination
examination examinaton for obstetrics obstetriCs and obtained ob lne I
licenses lcenss to practice practce In that an capacity capacityHAS capa capacityHAS l lHAS
HAS WARRQW ESCAPE ESCAPESchoolmaam ESCAPESchoolmaam
NARR9JESCAPE NARR9JESCAPESchoolmaam
Schoolmaam Inspecting Insp cting Power Plant PlantReceives lant lantReceivesevere t tReceives
Receives Receivesevere Severe Shock ShockManti ShockManU ShockIanti pOr1r
ManU July Jul 18 18Sumla 18Sunday Sunday last at the he Manti 1an 1anU Man Mainti ¬
ti electric power plant at the mouth ofManU of oi r rMantt
ManU canyon Eunice Madsen one of ofthe orth 01 01the
the th Manti Iant public publi school teachers met metwith metwih metwith
with wih what might have meant m ant death to toher toher U Uher
her She was as walking about the room roomwith rOOmwith rootwith
with her hands behind her when she ac accidentally a acidentally ¬
cidentally chIen taly touched touchtd some part of the ma machinery machlner machinery ac ¬
chinery whore the thE full power of the ma machine muchine runchine ¬
chine Is said to be concentrated con ntrated The Theshock Thel Tb Tbshock
shock c threw the lhet young 0 lady violently t ther to tothe b bthe
the l floor I ie ien and n the ti scorched < r 1 i flesh from fromher froflher o
her hand was noticed notred by the thE man in incharge tncharge ii iicharge
charge of the plant together t with wih the thenols tin I
noise and flume Camp at the th same time tme caused causedby cnusedh caUSe caUSeby I II
by h the accident The young lady Is re recovering rococrln ¬
young
covering from tbe th shock but It I seems seemswonderful aeem1wonderful cemswondowl ret t
wonderful wondowl considering onslderlng the amount 1nount of ofelectricity oteltriIt 0 f feleetnicit
electricity eltriIt eleetnicit she hE received recflved that she hc was not notinstantly notlntanty no noinstantly
instantly lntanty killed kil > In the thl future the light lght lghtompan lighcompany
company ompan may refuse refusE visitors visitor entrance < to tothe tothtIOWOr b bI
the thtIOWOr power rix room > m as a the tw room Is I so small smallthat sinaIthat mal I
that It I is utmost Hlmolt Impossible lmpo Hlhle to find spuee spueeto SpULto
to fence the machinery from the tht renl reach reachof reactof l
of visitors vlslo To o avoid further accident accidentwhich nccldent1
which may 18 bo b more mor serious this will willhave wi wiihave I I
have to be bt done doneFuneral
I
Funeral services 8ervl o Q er the remains of ofMrs orWt 0 0lrs r
Mrs Wt lrs Andrew J Peterson e n > jr r were held d from fromthe franthe
the tabernacle t J Sunday rfic afternoon fic o fT The Tinyoung I Iyoung i ioung
young woman was wa born In Sal Salt Lake City Cit i itwentysix
twentlx twentysix years year ago anflhnd ant an lhnd had been ben liv living lv lvIng livIng ¬ I
ing In Manti lan1 only onl a short sTort time tlm ffhe ffhebereaved lti ltibereaved hc hcbereavfd
bereaved bereavfd husband and an adopted tm9 daugh daughter augh aughr ¬ I Iter
ter survive sur v to mourn tbe theXdearture deimrture of ofa ora 0 0a r
a 4hin 4hinnAt loving Inv1n and nd devoted wife j
The contract nAt c eIe for the excavating xcavaunG and andthe am amthe Li j
the rock rok work of the new hlch hllh school schoolbuilding schoobuilding I Ihuldlng
building huldlng has been awarded to Parry Pnrr PnrrSons
Sons of this city who will wi within wihin the thenefxt th thntxt C I Int
nefxt few fe days d s commence the work workEllas workElas
Elias Elas De Mill UI of this city one of the theold theold tb tbold 0
old settlers setters Is very ver ill II at his residence residenceA
A heated contest is now on In this city cl cii ciito
to decide who will wil represent re regent Utah on onPioneer onPioneer ol olPioneer
Pioneer day A number of our beautiful beautifulyoung beutful beutfuloung beautifuyoung
young oung ladles lldles through throu h friends frends are making makingan f fnil I Ian
an effort etort to t win this honor honorWOMAN honorWOMAN I
I C
WOMAN DROWNED DROWNEDLexington DROWNEDLexingon DROWNEDLexington
Lexington Lexingon Ky July July 18 ISThe The steamer steamerShamrock r 4 4Shmrodt
Shamrock Shmrodt plying about Valleyview Vale view on onthe onthe 01 01the a ra
the Kentucky Kentuck river while waie carrying c3ng a aparty apar I Ir
party par of fifty fty excursionists excurlonlsts up the river riverthree riverthree nivelthree r
three miles mies from Valleyview Valeylew ran r n into intoa lnt lnta
a rope stretched stretche from from a log boom The Therqpe Th ThrQpe I Irope
rqpe swept swept Miss 1Iss Nancy NanC Carpenter into intothe mUthe
the river and she was wa drowned drwned The Thesmokestack Thesokestak I Ismokestack
smokestack sokestak fellon telon George Gerge W Hutchin Hutchinson H tcbln I Ison
son r the
superintendent superint n et of Kentucky
River Popfar Ppiac Popfaconipany company pan prqbnbly fatal fatally fatl fatally
plbbl
ly 1 InjurIng him Five others other were badly badl badlhurL
hurL hurt bdly
RURPLE DAY PARADE PARADEarge
o q qrk rk City to Send Large arge Delegation Delegationto
to Salt Lake LakePark LakePak LakePark
Park Pak City Cf July 18 ILAt At a meeting meetng ot otPark orPark otPark
Park lodge No 734 B P O E E it was wasdecided wasecided
decided decded d that tat the lodge should make mae every everyeffort everyort everyffort
effort e ort to go down to Salt Lake L ke on Pur Purple Purle Purie ¬
ple p le day and take tak part pat In lI the celebra celebration celebr celebraien ¬
tion ton l The Te trustees of the te lodge loge were wereappointed wereappointed
appointed a as a a committee to make ar arrangements arrangement ¬
ar rangements rangement r for a special train and the theofficers theofr1tr
officers ofr1tr o were appointed a hustling husting com committee committee ¬
mittee to get people peple to go to the ox oxl cxcusion
l cusion to be run Park City Ciy has ha always alwaysbeen alwasbeen alwaySeen
been b een among the most lively Ivel of lodges lodgesin lodge
in I n ElldoI Elkdom and ad everything in the te line lne of ofa ota
a celfbration cel bration finds fnds 734 73 34 In the front rank rankToday rankToda
Today Toda the work of tearing down tho thogreat thogrfat
great grfat gr at chimney of the te old Marsac mill millwas ml mlcg
was cg begun m by Contractors Harwood HarwoodHancock a O Otwelvc
Hancock mT The T chimney tor Is 128 feet high hightwelve g
twelve t feet square at the bottom botom and six sixfeet sixfeet
feet f eet square at the thtop top The chimney has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been standing since 1885 18 and of late has hasbeen
been considered somewhat of a menace menaceas menac
R m as l its It top has been cracked and an loose loosefor loosetor
for f ok some time tme After Afer the phiraney hlmney is isdown Isdovm
down the brick of which hich It Is composed composedwill composedwi
will wi be b shipped to the smelter smeler and treated treatedfor treatedfor
for the metal which they contain as assamples assamples
samples s made of the brick of which the theold theold
old furnaces and chimneys chlmne s were made of ofhave orhave
have all al shown good goo values in silver silverA siver siverA
A band of gypsies gpsies struck stck town today todayand toay toayand
and they have been ben trying trIng to work the thepeople thef
people to a standstill sandsti on their fortune fortunetelling fortuneThe
f Wr
telling t graft graftThe al
The infant child chid of Mr llr and Mrs Wi Wil William ¬
liam lam 1 Horan died Sunday of pneumonia pneumoniaand
and will wi be buried bured today at the City Citycemetery Citycemeter
cemetery cemeteryThe cemeter c emeterYThe
The Rocky Rock Mountain ountaln Bell Bel Telephone Telephonecompany TelephonecomDany
company c have a force of men in town townrepairing townrepairIng
repairing r the system here and making makingready making
ready read r for the installation Instalaton of the common commonbattery commonbattery
battery bater system which is to be done as assoon a
soon s as things can be gotten goten ready readyTomorrow readyTomorw readyTomorrow
Tomorrow Tomorw evening the city cty council councI will willhold wil wilthold
hold their regular regla middle of the month monthmeeting mont monthmeeting
meeting meetng and at that time tme will wi dispose disposeof
of o f the 01 amendment to the franchise or ordinance ordinance orinance ¬
dinance d granting grntng the Independent Teie Teiephonacompany Telt
phonacompany phonecomany p a right to come come into Park ParkCity ParkCiy
City Ciy At the time tme of the granting gantng of the thefranchise thefranchise theranchise
franchise f the telephone company was wasgiven waSgiven wasgiven
given a right rlglt to come Into Park City Citywith Citywih Citywith
with wih the understanding that the toll tol rates ratesto ratesto rateso
to t o Salt Sal Lake and Ogden were to be ma materially materialy innerlally ¬
terially terialy t reduced The franchise has not notbeen notbeen notee
been b ee accepted ccEpted as granted and at the last lastmeeting lat latmetng lastmeeting
meeting metng the te amendment was introducedwhich Introdtced Introdtcedwhich introduced introdheediiich
which iiich does dos away awa with wih the rate clause clauseIn cauHo cauHoIn
In i n the franchise frnchise The matter mater wi will prob probably proh probably ¬
ably abl settled sette at the meeting meetng tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrV tomorrVevening tomorroevening
evening and after that It Is certain that thatconstruction thatconstrcton thatonstruction
construction constrcton c work will wi be begun immedi immediately immedlatEI mmcdiably ¬
ably atEI by the new phone company to get getthek getthc
theM thc wires 1lres and instruments Instrument in Park be before be ¬
fore f ore the snow falls fallsThomas fals falsThoa fallsThomas
Thomas Thoa Albright came up from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake I I
Lake City CI this morning morningMrs morningMr I
Mrs Mr Charles T Shields came up this thismorning thismorning
morning mornin from Salt Sal Lake Mrs Mr Shields Shieldsspent Shield I
spent Ipent the winter In the cast castCOMMITTED east eastCOMMITTED
COMMITTED TO TO ASYLUM ASYLUMAged i iAged I I
J JWhich
Aged Spinster Develops Symptoms SymptomsWhich
Which MaRe Mae Her Dangerous DangerousRichfield DangerousRichfield
Richfield Richfeld July JulJ 18 lSMatda 18Matilda Matilda Penney of ofHenrievlllc ofIennlevihle I
Henrievlllc enrlevle Garfield GarCeld county count was wa this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week adjudged insane and ad a proper sub subject subect ¬ I
ject j ect for the asylum and was ordered orderedcommitted ordcrcdcommited orderedcommitted
committed commited by b Judge J F Chidester after aftera afterhearing
a hearing of her case caseA ee eeA caseA
A marriage marlaJe license Jl nse was s issued Saturday Saturdayto Saturd Saturdto
to t o Henry P Buchanan Buchana and Miss lls8 Ida IdaBrugger IdaBrugger IdaBrugger
Brugger both bth of Venice A license Icen8t was wasalso wasalso wa waalso
also issued Issu d Monday Monda to S P Abbott Abbtt and andMiss andlss andMiss
Miss lss Etta Etta Poulson Poul on of this city t oBth oBthcouples oBthcouptES oBthcouples
couples couptES went to Manti and were married marriedin
in i n the Mantl anU temple templeThe temple templeThe
The county oun commissioners held a spec special spc spclal specal ¬
ial i al meeting meetng Monday for the purpose of ofmaking ofmkln ofmaking
making mkln tax levy lev for Sevier county count for forthis forthis forthis
this year ear They place the levy ley at 5 mills millsfor mis misfor millsfor
for county purposes 3 mills mis for county countyschools count countschools countyschools
schools 2 mills mlf mtIl for Interest on bond bnd fund fundmills
4 mills mis for sinking fund for bonds bnds The Thefull Te Teful
full ful f ull assessment asessment levy cannot be made made yet yetas yeta yetas
as a the state stte has a not sent in thestate thestatelevy the s state ate atelevy
levy levyThe levyThe l evy
evyrho The Richfield city council counci attheir at at1their ttheir reg regular regular regular ¬
ular meeting meetng made the tax for municipal municipalpurposes munlClpal munlClpalpurposes municipalpurposes
purposes mills mis 5 mills mis and for f < r waterworks waterworltsmis waterworicsmills 5 5mills i
WHERE WHEREISMIDGLEYC WHEREISMIDGLEYCLeft IS MIDGLEYX MIDGLEYXLeft MIDGLEYpLef > I
i
Left Lef Provo for Lovelock Nev July July1OrDisappearsEn July10Disappears
1OrDisappearsEn 1 ODisappears En Route RouteProvo RouteProvo RouteProvo
Provo July JuI 18 ISClty City Marshal Iar hal Henry Henryhas Henryhas Henryhas
has received rcfie a a letter leter from T J Hill Hi of ofLovelock orLveloCk ofLovelock
Lovelock LveloCk Nev N ey inquiring for Jesse R RMldgley RlIdgle RMldgley
Mldgley lIdgle his hf brotherinlaw who was washere washere yq yqhere
here ten or twelve days ago 110 Mldtfl Midglv Midglvwrote ld I Iwrote v vwrote
wrote to Hill 11 about the 7th th stating statng he hewas heafd hewaiin
was waiin in a hospital u andasKeU m K 101 ni iiflev iiflevto nty ntyto
to afd come e ea et to t Nevada with i and lco Mr I Hill Hillsent i Hillsent
sent a p telegram authorizing the payment paymentby pyment
by the Provo Commercial Savings bank bankof banlt bankof
of 40 to Midgley ldglc This was obtained obt1ned by byMldgley b b1Idgley bMldghey
Mldgley 1Idgley on the 10th and on that date he hesent hesent
sent a telegram telegam to Hill Hi saying that he hej hewa hewas
j was wa coming home but as he has not ar arrived ar arnived
rived Mr Ir Hill Hi is anxious about abut him himMarshal himrJ himMarshal
Marshal Henry is i urable Jr to find that thntMidgley thatMidgley
rrni fll tg tgleard
Midgley rJ was rrn rrnh In in the h hospital I here but butlearned butleanied
learned leard that he had drawn the money moneyi
i as above stated On the 9th Mldgley Mldgleytelegraphed Udgle UdgletoleJa
telegraphed toleJa hed to Lewis Williams YIUams at tho thoCullen thoCulen thoCulien
Cullen Culen hotel In Salt Lake stating sttng that tlt he hewas hewas hewas
was delayed dflle that was as while whie he was waswaitine waswalUnt waswaiting
waiting walUnt for the money mone but would come cometo cometo cometo
to Salt Lake Lae on Monday londa1 tbe 10th On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the 10th 10h he left Provo presumably for forSalt forSl forSalt
Salt Sl Lake Lke Mldgley Idgley is J8 years of at ago agobut agobut agobut
but looks older and is about six si feet in Inheight inheight
height so Mr Ir Hills letter Jetcr states statesBRUISE state stateBRUISE statesBRUISE
BRUISE CAUSES CAUSESDEATH DEATH DEATHSeptic DEATHSeptic
Septic Poisoning Results Resutts From FromWound FromWound FromWound I
Wound on Boys Foot FootSpecial F ot
j
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldProvo HeraldProvo
Provo July 18 18Don 18Don Don the the1 theISyearold 18yearold earold son sonof soilOf
of f Mr 1 and Mrs W r D Alexander of ofthe orthe 01the I
the Sixth ward died this evening after afterabout afer aferabout afterabout
about three weeks 1eeks illness Ilness from septic septicblood septc septcoh septicblood
blood poisoning the t result u of a bruise bruiseon b
on ii oh his R I foot < rnlqe The funeral ene wilt lffta take c cb place placeThursday placeThursday I IThursduJ
dence Thursday ThursduJ at 1 oclock from the resi residence rei reidence rsldence ¬
HAS HIS HAND CRUSHED CRUSHEDEureka CRUSHEDEunkH CRUSIIEDEureka
Eureka July Jul 17 17Vhle 17While While at worktoday worktodayin work today todayin
in theEagle th the E Edgie Blue Bell Bel mine Harry HarryReid HarryReid HarryReid
Reid one oneof lle of the timbermen tmberen had his hishand hishnnd hishand
hand crushed crushed He H was wa immediately Immeddtely re removed removed removed ¬
moved to the office ofice of Dr Latter who whodressed whodressed whodressed
dressed the wound It I Is expected expecttd that thatReid thatReid thatReid
Reid will wi soon be able to resume reumc his du duties dutes dutiex ¬
ties
tes
CHANGED CHGED CHANGEDBUSBAND CHANGEDBUSBANDWije HUSBAND HUSBANDWie HUSBA HUSBAWJe
Wie WJe Made Wise Change Change in Food FoodChangp FoodChange
1 1Change Change Changp of diet let is the tle only on1 way to toreally torealy toreally
really realy cure stomach and bowel trouble troubleA
A woman says saysMy says1y saysMy
My 1y husband had dyspepsia dyspepsia when we wewere wewere wewere
were married and had suffered from it itfor I itfor
for several sever l years It I was almost Im Impossible Impossible ¬
possible to find anything anything he could eat eatwithout eatwithout eatwithout
without bad results resultsI result
I thought this was as largely due to the theuse theuse theuse
use of coffee cofee and andperuaded persuaded him to dis discontinue discontInue ¬
continue ontnut it He dld < so to o ana ana begun to todid todrink todrink
drink Postum Food Cofee Coee The change changehim <
did him good god from the beginning his hisdigestion htsdigeston hisdigestIon
digestion digeston improved he suffered sutered much muchless muchIlAtrom muchlesafrom
less IlAtrom lesafrom from his hisnervousness nervousness and when he headded headded h hadded °
added GrapeNuts GrnpeNut food to his diet he hewas hewas hevas
was soon entirely entrol cured curedMy curedMy ure
My Ij friend Mrs llr = of Vicks Vicksburg Vicksburg Vieksburg
burg my m former home had become becomE a anervous anprvOU5 anervous
nervous wreck also from dyspepsia dyspepsiaMedicines dyspepsiaMedlclnes dyspepsiaMedicines
Medicines had no effect cftet neither did didtravel didtravel didtravel
travel help her On my last visit vIsi home homesome homesome homesome
some monthe ago I persuaded her ler to touse touse touse
use GrapeNuts food tool food1 She was wa In de despair despair despair ¬
spair and consented She stuck to it ituntil i ituntil
until unti it restored rstored her health so complete completely ¬
ly that she is now the most enthusiastic enthusiasticfriend enthusiastc enthusiasticfriend
friend flend of GrapeNuts GrpeNut that I ever knew knewShe knewShe knewShe
She eats it i with wih cream or dry just as asit asit
it I comes from the package packaekeeps packagekeeps keeps it itin ItIn itin
in her room and eats eat it whenever she shefeels shefeels shefeels
feels like lke it itI I itI
I began eating GrapeNuts food ¬
begn eatng my myself mysel myself
self sel when my m baby was two months old oldand oldand oldand
and I dont know what wfat I should have havedonewithout havedonewithout
donewithout done wihout it It My 13 appetite appette was gone goneI I
I was wa weak and nervous and afforded affordedbut aforded afordedbut affordedbut
but very little ltte nourishment for the child childThe childThe hUd hUdThe
The GrapeNuts food of which whlCh I soon soongrew soongrE soongrew
grew grE very yer fond speedily spe Uy set aU H this thisright thisrIght thisright
right again and the baby grew health healthful healh healhful healthful ¬
ful rosy and beautiful beautful asa as A mother mothercould mothercould mothercould
could wish He Is two 1wo wo yeans year old now nowand noWand nowand
and eats GrapeNuts 1food himself I Iwish Iwish
wish every ever ted young yg yqungulotfer ng mother U1tfe r knew knewof knewof knewof
of the goodthat good tfat that tJed Grape Grape Nubs Nub would do doCreek doher
he her
herNames Names ames gi gIVe y Postum sf i Batle BatleCreek Battle BattleCreek
Creek Michj 1Uch Mich MichTheres 1 1 1Theres
Theres aroason af ai r on son
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OGDBN GD B N NEWS NEWSOffice N EW S SOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueWednesday AvenueI AvenueOgd AvenueOdeii
I
Ogd Odeii Wednesday Wednesay July 19V 19
I TWINS IN THE CASE CASEVan C E EVan
Van Why Babies as Exhibit Ehibit D DuringCourt During DuringCourt ring ringCourt
Court Session SessionThe Sesion SesionTe SessionThe
The Te Van Why damage damag suit suit in which whichMrs whch whchIrs whichMrs
Mrs Irs Ella Ela S Van Why asks ak 550000 0 for forthe forhe
the t he accidental death deat of her husband lusDand a aSouthern aouthern
Southern Suthern S Pacific Paic engineer engneer will wil go to the theJury theI theury
I Jury jur j ury this thi morning mornlnl counsel and court courtnoon cour courreahig courteaching
I reahig r eaching an ageement agreement 3esterda yesterday ate after
noon non n oon that instructions instructons were to be b given
this ti forenoon forenoonTo
To those thQse who have watched hed the te pro proresa ¬
gress ges g resa of the tbe case cse the question Q eston estion of Just justow
how h ow much figure figre the Van Va Why Vy twins twinswill twinswi
will wi w ill cut in the jurys jurs decision dccslon1 is an In ineresting ¬
teresting terestng t one Mrs Ir Van Why has at atended ¬
tended t every ever session sesion of the court and ad has hasanaged
managed maaed m to have the he orphaned babes s In inull
full tul f ull view of the Jury at all times
tmC
Yesterday Yeteray was devoted almost most wholly
to t o rebuttal rebuttl The The attorneys atorneys for t r the plain hol ¬
tiff tff t Iff labored labred to prove that Van Why ph1n was wasa wasa wascareful
a a careful ceful engineer enJlneer and one oe who an answered answered anwered ¬
swered s signals promptly promvty The defense defenseconceded defenseconceded defenseonceded
conceded c that Van Why Vh was Cautious tautou and andstated
s stated tate that it would attempt to prove
I that t his over caution made him slow on
cuton
I the t he night of the accident and thus thusrougjit
ad
broueht brouCt b on the collision cotslon accident The defense defensesucceeded efensesuceeded
succeeded s In having havin all testimony ad aduced ¬
al testmony
duced d uced by b3 the plaintiff plalntlf regarding the the com competency competency cornetency ¬
petency p and caution cuton of Van Why V stricken strickenout strIckenout strickenut
out out o ut The attorneys for the plaintiff plaintff were wereallowed wereaowed
allowed aowed a through throu h a dozen or more wit witnesses wi vitiesses ¬
nesses r to prove that Van Whyalways Whyalwaysanswered Why always alwaysanswered alwaysnswered
answered a signals sl nals of switchmen and ud fire firemen firemen fireneil ¬
men i promptly prompt
In addition additon to hearing testimony in the thean
testmQny
Van V an Why Vh case Judge Howell Howel yesterday yesterdayanded
handed h doran several decisions deisions as fol folows ¬
a
lows lowsEdward lowsEdward l ows owsEdward
Edward D Stone vs Ogden OJden Packing
company compay c motion moton for new trial tIal denied
John Ainsfield company vs V O D Rasmussen Rs Rsmusen Baa Baamussen
mussen musen motion moton for new trial denied denie
Hanna Hays vs s Walter aler C Hays de demurrer demurrer demurrer ¬
murrer overruled overruledGeorge overrule overruledGeorge
George H Wilson Vison will wl be arraigned in inudge
Judge J HowelKs court Friday on a a charge chargeof
of o r assault with wih a deadly dealy weaoon weaoonSUMMIT weapn weapnSUMMIT weanonSUMMIT
SUMMIT MEN ARE LIBERAL LIBERALGive LI LIBERALGive BERAL BERALGive
Give Water to Save Crops of Weber WeberPanners WeberFaersDamae WeberFarmersDamage
Panners FaersDamae FarmersDamage Damage at Har Harrisville Hr Hrrisvle Harrisville
risville risvilleA risvle
A liberal lberal offering of the Summit county countyfarmers countyfarmers countyarmers
farmers f armers has averted damage to the ex extent cxent ¬
tent t ent of thousands of dollars dolar which would wouldhave wouldhave
have been done if I the great scarcity of ofwater orwater
water lu Weber and Davis counties cOlnUc had hadcontinued hadcontnued badcontinued
continued contnued The Th water watfr committee < ommltee recent recenty
ly I y appointed by b the farmers farer of this coun county count3 county ¬
ty t3 brought about this action acton on the te part partc partC
c C l the Summit Summi county water users near nearthe nearhe
the t he headwaters heawater of the thereber Webezriyer Weber river In Inaddition Inadditon inaddition
addition additon the committee hassucceeded has su succeeded rver c eded in ingaining ingalnlng ingaining
gaining galnlng the appointment of two addi additional additonal addiional ¬
tional tonal t commissioners to enforce the prop proper proper proper ¬
er regulations regulatons concernlnl concerning the useof us of wa water water waicr ¬
ter In Summit Summi county count The greatest geattsttlm geattsttlmage ust dam damage damage ¬
age done in Weber cbuiitv COlutv has ha been In Inthe Inthe inthe
the vicinity vicIniy of Harrisville Harisn e because ot otthe ofthe
the fact that the water Is conveyed so 51
far by canal before it reaches Harris Harrisvine Hnrls Hnrlsvle Harrisyule
vine vle that it is all al appropriated or evap evaporated evaporated evaporated ¬
orated oratedLOOKING oratedLOOKING
LOOKING FOR THE CLEflK CLEflKBridegroom CLEK CLEKBridegroom CLEJ3KBridegroom
Bridegroom Like Cupid Finds Out Outthe Outh Outth
the th h Way WayLoves WayLoves WayLoves
Loves path may ma run ever sosmoothly so snloothl snloothlbutJr
but butJr Jf the way waJ to the marriage license Ucnlc UcnlccJerkls licenseclerkla
clerkIs not clear cler Cupid is apt to be per perplexed perplexed ¬
plexed as aJ J 1 H McDaniel IDanlel and Klla Ja lIa A
Brown found to their their embarrassment embarrassmentyesterday embrasment embrasmentyesterday embarrassmentyesterday
yesterday afternoon The couple did not notobtain notobtain riotobtain
obtain the coveted covete permit to wed until
they t had applied appled without success at unti sev several several sevoral ¬
eral offices offces in the municipal building buiding
including i that of Judge Murphy Mr Ir
McDaniel however had a 1 good excuse excusewhen excusewhen excusewhen
when he finally Cnal arrived at the < county ount ountcJerks
clerks office offce as a he had not been ben there
before on a similar Inlar mission missionThe mlslloJ miscionThe
The marriage c win be solemnized e z this thisevening thisevening
rn ir ch
evening e at the home h of r the l brides parents par parents ¬
ents Mr lr and Mrs lrs James Browh 1795 lW
Center venu avenue Mr r and Mrs MaDanJfll l Danhn Danhnwil
will wil make their home In II Ogden OgdenHELD OgdenHELD OgdonHELD
HELD TO DISTRICT COURT COURTJohn COURTJohn COURTJohn
John Ryan Charged With Assault AssaultWith AssaultWith
With Deadly Weapon WeaponJohn WeaponJohn WeaponJohn
John Ryan must answer aswer to the district districtcourt distict distictcourt districtcourt
court on a charge char e of assault with wih a adeadly adeadly
deadly weanon weaon with 1th Intent to do bodily
harm Judge John D Mun Murh3 Murthy > hy consid considered cnsid cnsidere consldered bdiy ¬
ered ere the th evidence sufficiently sUffcienty damaging
at the preliminary el J eh hearing yesterday daang daangn r aft afternoon afternoon ¬
st
1 J Jof
ernoon n to order the man held in the sum sumof sumof
of J500 hiO0 bail Ryan had already alrcad5ecured alrcad5ecureda secured secureda
a continuation contnuaton ofa bond of that amount aount
Ryan R3a and a man tn working under him on
the Sand Sad Ridge cutoff by the name of
Tye Balkaway B kwa 3 had trouble last week
Their altercation was brought brought to a asud sudden suddenconclusion suddenconclusion en enconclusion
conclusion Balkaway Ealk way claims by Ryan Ryanstriking Ryanstriiing Ryanstriking
striking striiing bar him over the head with wih an iron
Bike Rider Arrested ArrestedDespite ArrestedDespie Arrestediespite
Despite Despie the fact that the police polce haves i itaken
taken Into custody clstody scores of cyclfsts < cUst for foiviolating
violating Iolatng the bike ordinance arrests arrest con continue contnue continue ¬
tinue tnue to be made J E Anderson Andeion and and
Dan Johnson ohnsol were < arrested last night nightor nightfor
for or riding rldln on sidewalks sidewalk on 01 Washington AVashingtonavemae Washingtonavenue VashinJton VashinJtonavenue
avenue by Patrolman Harber
Patrolma The Tht cus customary customar custoinary ¬
tomary tomar fine will wi be Imposed this morn ¬
ing Ing W f Hill Hi was arrested yesterday 3esterday aft afternoon af aternoon ¬
ernoon by b Sergeant Chambers Chaber on a a charce charceot chnr e
ot 0 assault 2SPUl rnd nd batten batt Hill is alleged allegedto 21eged 21egedto
to have beaten a lad by the name of Var Warner Varner
ner who at the time was wa In a delicate delcate r rstate
state of health healh The boys father caused caus d i ithe
the arrest orrat II IIthe
HE HEDOUBTS HEDQUBTSMAHLER HEDQUBTSMAHLERSimon DOUBTS MAHLER MAHLERSimon
Simon Bamberger Discusses Story of ofTrolley ofTrley ofTrolley
Trolley Trley Road RoadSimon RoadSImon RoadSimon
Simon Bamberger Bberger was wa in Ogden Ogde yester yesterday yesterday ester esterd ¬
day d and in addition adIton to transacting tractng some somemining sme smemning somemining
mning mining business buslnCs consented consente to give 1ve his hisl hisviews hisviews
l views on certain certn phases phaes of the interurban interurbanelectric Interurba Interurbanelectric
electric electrc railway raiway situation situationMr situaton situatonMr
Mr Bamberger Baberger avowed avwed that tat he believed believedthat bleye
r I Brne Barney Mahler wa was stretcing stretching the tuth tuthwhen truth truthwhen
when he told The HerdSaturn Herald Saturday lat latthat last
that all al lines lnes of surveys sureys In Incorporated Incorporatedcities inco incoporatedcities orte
cities had been completed o Mr Bamber Bambercer Bamberger
cer edJU doubted t eet that a < Mr eti Mahler l bad badmd md mdathlng done doneanything doneanything
anything athlng In the te way ay of having having lines Ines made madeexcept madot madeexcept
except to look u > those already known knownto
i kv
to exist t In the various o incorporated O d cities citiesHe citiesHe I I
He stated stted that while whie he was wa not given givento
to decrying business rivals he felt safe safein sfe sfein safein
in his assertion aserton that Mr Mahler Maler was wasonly wa wasOnly
only a promoter promoterMr
Mr Bamberger stated that the route routeto routeto routeto
to the canyon cnyon where he will wl build buldsumr buldsumrmer surnr sumrtiler surnrmer
mer cottages cotages will wi be b chosen shortly short He Hesaid Hesnld lieskid
said snld that wherever possible pssible his line would wouldown woull wouldOwn
own its it own track tk in Ogden Odcn The Te Bam Bamberger BamI Barnberger ¬
I berger road ro Is building buiding from two points pointsLayton point pointsLayton
Layo Layton and Lagoon Lagon and the workmen are arerapidly arerpidl arerapidly
rapidly rpidl drawing nearer each other otherIn otherIn otherIn
In thfe th matter mter of bids bid for the con construction ¬
struction 8 rcton of the road rad from Ogden Ogden to the thecanyon thecnyon thecanyon
canyon cnyon local loca contractors conttor will wil be given givena
a a preference other things thIng being beIng equal equalSTRUCK equalSTRUCK equalSTRUCK
STRUCK BY STREET CAR CARMarriott CARMarriot CARMarriott
Marriott Marriot Men in Wagon Are Injured Injuredat
at Crossing CrossingIn CrosingIn
In an accident between a Twentysec Twentysecond Tentysec Tentysecond
ond street strce car ca and a wagon wlon yesterday yesterdaymorning yesteray yesteraymornini yesterdaymorning
morning mornini at the intersection Interecton of Twenty Twentyfifth Tenty Tentyffh Twentyfifths
fifth ffh street and Lincoln Licoln avenue avene L J JElmer JElmer 1 1Elmer
Elmer and W H I Elmer residing in
Marriott Mrrot were painfully painfuly bruised about abut the te
head and shoulders Bystanders claim
that the car was going BY5tgder at a high rate rte of ofspeed otspeed ofspeed
speed when whe the collision c01slon occurred They Tey Teyclaim Theyclaim
I claim that on this account no team team could
have escaped being bing struck strCk even eve had ha the
driver seen sen the approaching avproachInl car
c
L L J Elmer who is partially parta I blind btnd held heldtho heldthe heldthe
the reins rein and was about to cross Lincoln Lincolnavenue Lncoln Lncolnavenue Lincolnavenue
avenue near Twentyfifth street when the thecar thear theear
car < ar swept down on the team The Te broth brothers brothers brothera ¬
ers were thrown to the ground I L J T
Elmer ElmEr being being the more moreseriousl seriously Irund hurt hur 1 He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was ment mentThe mcnLThe mentThe taken tken to a a nearby house for treat treatment trt trtmcnL treatment ¬
The car was wa in chare of Motorman otora
Joe oe Armstrong who claims he rang rng his
bell bU This statement ttement Is substantiated substantaed by
eye witnesses winesses of the accident accidentTo accdent accdentTo accidentTo
To Be Married Marred Today TodayMiss Todaynss TodayMiss
Miss nss Olive Olve Pare of Raton Rton N M r will wi
become tho bride of Charles Chales VIscher VIscherwoll Vischerwol Vischerwell
well wol known In Ogden railroad rairod circles at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon today toay at the home of her brother brther
Attorney Atorney George Geor e McCormick McCormick 2550 2 Mun Muni Munre Munroe
i roe re avenue Rev John John E E Carver Caer pastor pastorof
I of the First Presbyterian church will willperform wi willperform
perform prorm the ceremony which will wil be bewitnessed b bewitnessed
witnessed witnesse by b relatives and intimate intmate
friends of o the connIe couoleFollowing couDlevr connIeFollowing
Following I their t marriage Mr and a Mrs
Vischer vr will 1 1t leave vem at iri once gge 1 for i the 11 11mers for formers formers ¬
mers home In Toledo 0 After Afer a honey honeymoon honeymoon honeymoon ¬
moon of about nbut three weeks they the will wil re return return return ¬
turn to Ogden and make their home here hereMr hereMr hereMr
Mr Vischer Visher is I connected with the Pull Pullman Pul Pullinca ¬
man company In this city cityOgden ciy ciyOgden cityOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsTho BriefsThe BriefsThe
The Sedbnd Se ond ward Sunday Sund school at atGlenwood atGlenwood atGlenwood
Glenwood will wi it I is i expected attract attractabout atrct atrctabout attractabout
about 400 40 persons to that tat resort resor No o for formal formal formal ¬
mal programme has ha been arranged arrangedSuperintendent arrnged arrngedSuperlntendEnt arrangedSuperintendent
Superintendent SuperlntendEnt E E C Manson T S
Fitzgerald lzg rad and W J SheaJy Shesy of the
Southern Pacific Pacii left lef yesterday eterdy morning
for form an inspection inspecton of the OgdenSparks OgdenSparksdivision OgdenSpuksdivIsion OgdenSparksiivision
division divisionElmer divIsionElmer iivisionElmer
Elmer Mann and wife 1Ue who have been beenvisiting beenvisitng beenvisiting
visiting visitng S H Cave ave left lef last lat night for forthcv torth forthe
the th Portland Portand fair From there they will willreturn1 wil willreturir
return1 return to their home in Missouri via viaSan vi viaSan
San Francisco FranciscoDespite FranciscoDespite I
I Ifo
for fo foetsl Despite etsl etslti the ti new rumors Union rof of depot d changes r including I in dl the a fl plans dif ¬ i
brent location locaton for the stairs star an increase
in the number numbr of steps and other altera alera ¬
tions of like lke Importance imporan < e the railroad ralroad of ¬
ficials fcals at Ogden Og en assaying ar lng nothing nothln either eitheras elher elherItS
as to t chanzes or depot depotActual de depotActual ot otActual
Actual work has begun bgun on the thE construc construction construction construetion ¬
tion of ot the G A R festival festval which is to tobe tobe tobe
be held for one week beginning begnning Monday Mondaynext Monda Mondanext Mondaynext
next on city cl hall hal square squar The Te scene pcent of ofthe otthe ofthe
the festival festva Is being bing enclosed by b fencing fencingand temingb fencingand
and before ef e the weekend d the pike will l ltratons be bebuilt bebuilt
built b ft ftef On this i will be found t many at attractions a attractions ¬
tractions tratons of the carnival cariva order orderNqt orderNot orderNot
Not Not until unti their friends frends saw the mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage license lcense in yesterday yeterda mornings morln s pa paper paper paper ¬
per did the wedding of Miss Elizabeth ElizabethSterling Elzabeth ElzabethSterlng ElizabethSterling
Sterling Sterlng and Ralph Rph Hughes become becomeknown bcome bcomeknown becomeknown
known in this thl city The Te couple were weremembers werehX wereinembers
members of the excursion u n train which whichbore whichbore
bore the hX Eagles E to O the 1 lake Monday 11 The Thebrides Thebrides
brides brdes t arents > arent reside at Laramie Lrmie J while whileMr whie whieMr whileMr
Mr Hughes Hugh la a New Yorker YorkerImpressive YorkerImpresshe YorkerImpressive
Impressive funeral services serices were ere held heldat heldI heldat
at ffh 2 oclock k yesterday a amains afternoon at the theFifth theFifth
Fifth ffhOio Oio ward meeting house o over the t re remains remains ¬
mains of Mrs Ir Sarah Sara Larkin Shaw who whopassed whopssed whopassed
I passed pssed away aWR early eary Friday Frda morning mornln In Incharge Incharge Tncharge
charge of Squire Suire Coop the ward choir choirrendered choirrendered choirrendered
rendered selections selectons which were followed followedby folow followedby < d db
by b prayers and ad funeral sermons by b Bish Bishops BlshIdd Bishops ¬
ops Watson o and n Taylor o President e C F FMiddleton FMiddleton
hJ E EAl
Middleton Idd and n Thomas Hull of Salt Lake LakeAll LakeAll
out ut
All Al the te speakers paid tribute to the worth worthof worthor worthof
of the dead woman oman The cortege cortt e was a alarge alarge alarge
large one Interment was in City Cit conic cemetery cemcter conictery
tery ter
Expert Exper Piano Tuning TuningHot TuningHot TuningHot
Hot weather now here Have your yourpiano yourpiano yourpiano
piano tuned by us Clayton Clayton1Music Music Co CoFrom CoFrom I IFrom
From now until unti August Aug st 1 I will wi make makemy makem makeoo
my m 800 80 oo platinums platnums for 5600 This is a agenuine a agenuine
genuine bargain bargin and expires expire July July 31 31Chase 31cha 31Chase
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SATISFIED SAT SFIED THAT THATHE THATHE THATHE
HE HAS DONE WELL WELLHoosevelt WELLRoosevel WELLRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosevel Believes eleves Peace Conference ConferenceWill Conere ConfereilceWill e eWil
Will Wil End nd Happily HappilyWILL Happiy HappiyWILL BappilyWILL
WILL BE NO INTERFERENCE INTERFERENCETHIS
THIS COUNTRY HAS DONE DONEALL DONEALLiT ALL ALLIT ALLIT
IT CAN DO DOOyster DOster DOOyster
Oyster ster Bay B N Y July Juh 18 18No No ad advices adIc advices ¬
vices Ic either from fr m this country or orabroad orabrad orabroad
abroad abrad have reached reache President Psident Reese Roosevelt Rose Rosevelt Reesevelt ¬
velt which would warrant wat even by b in indirection Indiron indirection ¬
direction diron a a pessimistic peiistc view iew of the re result r result ¬
sult of the he forthcoming orthcmIng peace pe confer conference conference conference ¬
ence between btween the plenipotentiaries plenl t ntarie of ofRussia ofRusi ofRussia
Russia Rusi and Japan apn On O the contrary cnt it itcan itca itcan
can ca be said sd that tt such advices as the thepresident theprsident thepresident
president prsident has ha received reehe indicate that a asincere asincere
sincere sIncre effort etort on the part pat of both bth bel belligerents bell beligerents ¬
ligerents l l erents would be b made to Io reconcile reconciletheir rendle rendlether reconciletheir
their ther differences dfernc and ad negotiate negotate a a a treaty treatyof treatyofp treatyof
of ofp peace that wil will be permanent permanentThe permanentTe
The Te terms ters that Japan Japan will wIl propose proposehave props proposehave
have not been bee made mae known kown even to Mr MrHoosevelt MrRoosevelt lr lrRoosevel
Roosevelt Roosevel and ad they probably will wIl not notbe notbe notbe
be until ut the te conference cnrece assembles as a a apeace apea apeace
peace pea commission cOmission That the terms ters will willnot wf willnot
not be b drastic drtc is believed beleve generally generly in inadministration inadministrton inadministration
administration administrton circles circlesDropped cIrcle cIrcleDropped circlesDropped
Dropped a Hint HintIt HintI HintIt
It I is i known that the president prident has in intimated Intmated intlmated ¬
timated tmated to the Japanese Japanes government gverment his hisbelief hisble hisbelief
belief ble that an a agreement areement with Russia Russiacan Russiacan Russiacan
can be reached reached without witout serious difficul difficulty difcul difculty dilticulty ¬
ty provided provldedJaps Japans terms ters are not notharsh notharsh notharsh
harsh or of a a kind seriously to humili humiliate humi humlliate ¬
ate her adversary adverar adversaryThe i iThe
The Te president prsIdent has indicated indIcate definitely definitelythat defniel defnielthat definitelythat
that his work as a an Intermediary inera be between b betweet ¬
tweet twen Russia Rusia and Japan Japan practically prccal Is Isconcluded isconlude isconcluded
concluded conlude He is gratified tfe that he has hasbeen hasbeen
been ben able to bring brng the two belligerent belligerentnations belgerent belgerentnatons belligerentiiations
nations natons together to discuss and con consider consi conaider ¬
sider si er their differences dlfernces with wih a a view iew to tothe tothe tothe
the negotiation negUaon of a treaty of a a a peace peaceThat pace paceTha peaceThat
That Tha he will w1 have an active atve hand in the theconference theconference theconterence
conference is regarded regade as quite quie unlikely unlikelyThe unUkelyThe unlikelyThe
The envoys will w1 be b afforded afored every ever fa facility facit Iaeillty ¬
cility cit and convenience by the he United UnitedStates Unite UnitedStates
States government goverent for their conduct cnduct of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their negotiations negotatonS but they will wU be begiven begiven
given an absolute clear field feld for their theirconference thIrcnference theirconference
conference cnference a field feld entirely entrely free from fromany frontany rom romany
any possible posible interference interferenceNo Interternce InterternceNo
No Interference InterferenceIt Intererence
It t Is believed beleve the president resldent will wi not notbe notbe notbe
be drawn into controversy cntversy between betweenthe betwen betwenthe betweenthe
the two sets of plenipotentiaries lenIptentare as the thene thee the9ne
9ne ne e or the other of the two nations n3lons di dlectly directy diteetly
< te oter
recty teetly ectly Interested almost certainly certainlywould cerainly cerainlyould certainlywould
would ould regard rerd such sch a contingency contngncy as in interference interernce interference ¬
terference terferenceSome terernce terernceSme terferenceSome
Some Sme formalities fomite have yet et to be b ob observed ohserved ¬
served sered by the president the chief chl r one onebeing1 onebeing onebeing
being the reception repton of the envoys at atSagamore at atSagore atSagamore
Sagamore Sagore Hill Hil but when they have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben completed copleted the president will wil re regard regard yegard ¬
gard his connection with wih the peace pace ne negotiations negotatona negotiattonsas ¬
gotiations gotatona as at an a end endFrench endFrench endRTIE
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cleaning clealn g and dyeing shop for ladles ladlesand ladle ladiesand
and gentlemens garments garmentsPAUMIES gaents gaentsPAUM1ES garmentsPAUMLES
PAUMIES PARISIAN DYE WORKS
55 6 West First FIrt South Phone 1411 T TYou 1 1You I i iYou
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works if McCona McConahay McConahay cCona cConahay
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NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESSl NOTICESConsult
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signers Sl for further Information InformationIN informationNotice o a n
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IN I THE DISTRICT DISTRCT COURT PROBATE PROBATEdivision PROBTE PROBTEdhlslon PROBATEdivision
division in and ad for Salt Lake Lc county countyState cotnt cotntState countyState
State of Utah In the matter mater of the es estate estnte estate ¬
tate of Mary Mar tar Marion arlon Kimball Kimbal deceased deceasedNotice deceled deceledNotce deceasedNotice
Notice Notce The petition petton of Henry Henr W V Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence ¬
rence executor of the estate etate of Mary MaryMarion 11ar 11arIarlon MarlI
Marion Kimball Kimbal deceased deceaed paying for 101 the thesettlement thesettement thEsettlement I
settlement settement of final account of said Iaid execu executor executor oxecutr ¬
tor and ad for the distribution dstibution of the resi residue res resdue resldue ¬
due of said estate estte to the persons perons entitled entitlednan entted enttedhaR entitledhas
has nan been beenfet set for hearing on Saturday the the29th the2th thtlOth
29th 2th day of July Jul A D 1905 19 at 10 oclock oclocka ocock ococka
a m at the county court house in the thecourt thecourt thtcourt
court room of said court In Salt Sal Lake LakeCity LakeCt LakeCity
City Ct Salt Sat Lake county count Utah UtahWitness UtahWitnes UtahWitness
Witnes Witness the clerk of said ald court courtwith courtwith courlwith
with the seal thereof tereof affixed affxed this thisSeal thisSeal thilSeal
Seal Seal ISth day da of July July A D 1905 1905T 19
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By IV H FARNSWORTH FARNSWORTHDeputy FARNSVORTHD FARNSWORTHDeppty
D B HEMPSTEAD HEMPSTEADAttorney HE HEMPSTEADAttorney Deputy i i Xirk XirkAttomey Clerk ClerkD
Attorney Attomey for estate etate
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In Conjunction With Our OurHalf
Half Price Sale SaleFor
For Three Days DaysWednesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday We Offer Offerin
in Addition Additon to Our Sensa Sensational ional Half Ial Price Sale SaleThroughout SaleThroughout SaleThroughout
Throughout the Store StoreIn Store Storeti StoreI >
I ti f siooo sioooI sioooIn 1 0 0 0 I
In Gold Trading Stamps StampsWith StampsWih
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I COMPANY COMPANYCENT
I 1000 in Gold Trading Traing Stamps with Every Ever 5200 200 OO purchase Jurchae and the theGreatest theGreatest
I Greatest Half lal Price Sale the City Has Ever Known KnownWDNESDAY KnownWDNESDAYTHeRSDAYF KnownWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYTHURSDAY I IL
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house of large or small smal roaches roaces is to touse touse
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mans Roach Roa < h Food at one time tme Shake Shakeit Shakei
it i on joints jol ts so some of it will wi pene penetrate penetrate ¬
trate and ad remain to keep kep the premises premisescontinuously premies premiescontnuously
continuously contnuously free Roaches eat it as asa a aa asa
a food tod it i is the te most destructive detructve rem remedy remedy ¬
edy on this earth eah to them and ad it will willnot wi
not scatter scater them them to other otbr places to live liveon Uveon
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on beds Tag2 when apart aparton
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rust iron harm furniture furniure or bedding beddingPetermans bedding
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the te price being made so that the rich richand rIchand richand
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Nos 54 5 56 and ad 58 S West 13th St StEstablished StEstblshed StEstablished
Established Estblshed 1873 83 New Xe York City CitySold Cf
Sold wholesale wholele and retail retai by byZ byZ
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1112114 12U4 Main aIn Street Salt Sal Lake City Cityrestore Ciy CiyT Ciyrestore Cityrestore
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Nervous Nuou Debility Ibnt from frm fromany any an CAUSE cuseI Is Iscured isclued
cured crd by this tL old reliable r iaMe medicine medicineMakts medce medicineMakes
Mt Makes the te weak weK and an nUo ncrvods ssf stf sttqng ctng
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Checks cc drains dain and an soothes sootu s othesthe the t nerves nervesSljQO nt nerves1til u I II
SljQO L 1til per pe box bx 6 with guarantee gultce to tocare tocore tocare
I care or refund refuD money S5JXJ Book BookFT I IFree
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Corner Corer Second South and ad Went Wet Temple TemplftNOTICE TempleNotice epIe epIeNotIce
NotIce NotIceNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIVN BY THE THEcity THEcIty THEcity
city council councI of Salt Lake Lke City Cf of the in intention intenton intention ¬
tention tenton of such council counci to make the fol ¬
lowing described improvement Improvement towit towit towitrgYt
To grade pave with t asphalt l gutter t and andcurb andcurb
curb rgYt with concrete r r curbing u edge of curb c curbto g gto
to be reinforced with steel stel bars ba asphalt asphaltpavement aphalt aphaltpavement asphaltpavement
pavement to be ninetytwo nlnet two 92 feet wide wldbetween widebetween widebetween
between curbs and defray defra the abutters abuttersestimated abuters abutersporton abuttersportion
porton portion or the Cst and expense pense tereo tereoestimted thereof thereofestimated
estimated estimted at fiftyseven ffyseven thousand six sixfive
hundr hundred d and secntythe and sevent seventy
five onehundredths 5767575 655 dollars dolan or oreleven oreleven oreleven
eleven 51109 mO 1100 dollars dolar per front or linear lnear
foot there being 524825 5 g2 front feet abut ¬
ting tng said improvement by a a local assess assessI asesB asesBi assessment
I ment upon u the lots or r pieces of ground groundlistrlct groundwithin
within i n nu the h following f1IJ rd described d r district d t
being bei the district distict to be affected afected e or bene ¬
fited f by said a improvement i namely
Fronting on on ic Fourth he South h street All Allof AnOf Allof
of lots 5 6 7 and c S block 3S 3 all of lots lot lotrt
5 6 7 and d 8 block I 38 being e citys prop property ¬
erty rt the th west 1 S 30525 feet e of nll lot ittn 5 and the theeast theeast C Ceast
east 31SO feet of lot 6 block 39 3 all al of lots
6 6 7 and 8 block 40 all al of lots lot 1 and
2 block 51 all al of lots 1 2 3 and 4 block
52 all al of lots 1 and 2 2 block blok5a 53 5
Fronting Frontng on State street All of lots lotsand
4 and 5 block 38 3 all of lot 5 block 38 3
being citys ciyS property proprty all of lots 1 6 7 7and 1ad 7and
61
and ad 8 block 39 3 plat A Salt Lake city C ty
survey surveyThe SUley SUleyTe sureeyThe
The Te total estimated estmated cost of said im improvement Jmd finprovement ¬
provement n Including includin u citys portion of ofmains ofgrading
grading d pawing a I anl l c construing u y go goat water watermains at atf
mains s etc and a paving V etc opposite oppositecitys oppositecitys
f rd rdCrt Crt CrtV ntPC PC T Tfs
citys portion n of City and d County < nt build
Ing grounds block b 38 Is 7430825 Of
this fs 1 total ln cost s said f city c Is to tS4d defray r rQU13 S2S 21 21thereof
04313 thereof leaving JeavlnJ the sum or 48
2G512 C to be defrayed defrye by the remaining reaIning
abutting abuttng above described describedAH descrbed descrbedAn describedAll
AH protests potest and objections objectons to the car carrying carrying carrying ¬
rying out of such intention intenton must be pre preeented preeented preseated
eented In writing wrltni to the city ciy recorder reorder on onor onOr onOr
or before the 24th day of July Jul 1906 19 being
the time tme set by said council counci when it will 11
hear and consider conlider such protests and ad ob objections objectons ohjections ¬
jections jectons as may be b made thereto theretoBy theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city council couDcf of Salt Sal Lake
City Cit Utah UtahDated CtabDated UtahDated
Dated July 1 1905 1905J 1906J 0
J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CRITCHLOWCiy
City Ciy Recorder
Paving Extension Exension No 15 15NOTICE IiNotice 15Notice
Notice NoticeXOTICE NoticeNOTiCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GI EX THAT THATthe THATthe
the assessment asses ment of the tax tx levied levie by the thecity thecity thecity I
city council counci of o Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy Utah rtah by byordinance byat hIordinance
ordinance passed gJ July J b 5th f 1S06 1 upon upn the theproperty theAl theproperty
property abutting at g upon uponAll uponAll n
All Al of lots Jot < 1 5 and an 6 block blk 4 plat E EAll EAl EAll
All Al of lots 1 S 9 10 11 1 and al 12 1 block bok bokt blockDct 7 7Dlt
Dlt t E EAll EAl EAll
All Al of lots 1 1 7 S and 9 block blok 13 13not 13D IifllQt
not D t E EAll EAU EAll an
All of lots 10Le 1 and 6 block blk 1C plat E EAll E BAll
All n of lots 1 and a 3 block 21 plat a E EAll EAll
All of lots t 1 6 and d 7 block 1 3 plat J t tSal E ESalt ESalt
Salt Sal Lake City survey for the purpose purposeof purposeof
of constructing onstructnt a l fourfoot fonrfot cement side sidewalk sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk four inched inche thick on the west wet side sidestreet sideCEnter I Iof
of CEnter Center street from Vine street to Pear Pearst r rstreet
street st rett In sidewalk district ditrlct No 27 Is i com compiled comvecd cornpeted ¬
piled piledThat vecd vecdThat petedVhat
That the thf board bard of equalization eualzton and re review reiew ¬
view iew appointed by b the city cty council concl for forthat forthat to r
I that purpose will wi meet met at the office off e of ofthe orthe o f fthe
the city i recorder reorde 10 18 City Cf and County Conty ContyI Count
I building buldlng on Monday July 2lth 2th 1905 10 and andcontinue andQntnle am amcontinie
continue Qntnle in session until Friday Frida July JuI JuI28th
I 28th 2th 1905 19 between the hours of 330 33 and sue I
430 43 p m and will wil hear and consider considerany coider coideran couskiean
any an cbjectons and ad make correction corretin of ofany orany o oany
any tax which said sid board may deem un unequal unequal unequal ¬
equal or unjust unjustThat unjust unjustThat
That during said time tmt between the tb e
hours hour of 9 a in and 5 p m said list lst wil wil will I
be open opEn to public publc inspection Inspto at the office officeof officeJ I Iof
of J the city c recorder d Room 100 City and an d
County iy iyc building h Salt it Lake City Utah UtahBy 1tahBy t td tBy
By order of the city cty council cunci a dated July Jul Jul10th
10th 1905 19 J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCitv CRITCHOW CRITCHOWCity
City Recorder R corder
Sidewalk extension No S7 S7Assessment 8 8Asessment 57Assessment
Assessment Asessment No 10 10THE 10THE 10THE
THE SOUTH COLUMBUS COLrlBCS MINING MININGLake I NG
Company prinplcal place or busines business Salt Sal I It
Lake City Utah Notice otce otIce Is hereby given giventhat giventhat give n nthat
that at a meeting of the directors director held heldon heldon hel d don
on the 10th day of July July A D 1905 1 an anassessment anassesment a a aassessment
assessment of one cent Icl ic e per share sharewas sharewae e ewas
was levied on the capital stock of the thecorporation thecorporaton tb r rcorporation
corporation corporaton payable on Monday londa July 1 17
A D 1905 19 to Arthur E Snow secretary secretaz secretazat JuJ3
at Room 37 Commercial Commercal block Salt secet Lake Lal C
Lae
City Ciy Salt Lake county Utah Any stock stockupon stoc k kUpOn
upon which this assessment asssment shall hal remain remainunpaid rmain rmainunpaid n nunpaid
unpaid on Monday Monda the 14th 1tb day dn of Aug Au Auust ¬
ust ust A D 1905 95 will wi be delinquent delnquent and ad ad advertised advertsed I Ivertised ¬
vertised vertsed for sale at public pUblc aution auton and ad un I ¬
less payment Is made before befor will wi be sold soldon soldon 501 ci cion
on Saturday the 2nd day da of September r
A A D 1906 9 at 9 oclock a a m to Septembr pay the te Ui e
delinquent delnquent assessment asessment together with wit the thecost thecost Hi Is Iscost
cost sale sale of advertising advertsing and the expense exense or orsale orsale r rsale
ARTHUR ARTHR E SNOW Secretary
The South Sout Columbus Mining lInlng Secetr company r
Office Orfce Rooms 3738 373 Commercial Commercal block compay Salt S it
Lake Lae City Utah UtahAssessment Uta UtaAssessment UtahAssessment
Assessment No 14
WABASH WAASH MINING MNIG COMPANY COllP AY PRIK PRIKclpal PRINcipal
1 clpal place of business busines Salt Sat Lake Lke City Cit n
Utah Notice Is hereby clven
I otce that tha at a ameeting ameetng
I meeting meetng of the board of directors diretors held on
I the 2Sth 2th day of June 19 1905 an assessment assessmentof I
I of five cents cent 5c 5 per share was asesment asesmentor levied leviedon I Ion
on the capital capial stock stOk of the corporation corporationpayable corporUon corporUonpa levie
I payable pa able on or before the 29th th day of I
I July 1905 0 to W Mont Ferry Ferr secretary ¬ I
I at Room 521 5 Atlas Atla block bock West Vet secretr secretrat Second Secondstock
I South street street Salt Lake City Ut Utah Any ny
I stock Itock uoon UIon which whl h this assessment may mayremain
1 remain unpaid on the 23th th
reman upaid da day 33 of July
I 1905 19 will wl be delinquent delnquent and advertised advertsd advertsdI Ul3
for sale at pjubllc ltublc auction aucton and unless unlesspayment unlesspayment
I payment is made before will wil be sold on onI
the 19th day of August Augst 1905 9 to pay the
I delinquent delnquent assessment SSCsmentt together togeth er with the tbecost thecost
Itl
te tecost
I cost of advertising adrtslng and expense 9Me in of wt f salei 5SUfc 5SUfcLocation sal
W MONT FHRT Fg FXEJS S
I Location Locaton of office oftic Not NbYSalt 52r 52rI 1 8
I Salt Sal Lake Lke City Cl Utah Uth BloI I
Notice NoticeNOTICE Notce NotceOTrCE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GEvEN TfiA TfiAcity Ht Hthe
I HEBY r E
11e tci t he aseent aseesesnent or te the t tax levied v bY the thety he heet
city et ci ty council cunci of Salt Sat LakeCity eC Uiaa Uiaaordinance Ctl Ctlorinace b br1nance
orinace ordinance op o passed pse July Jul 3 190r 1 upon uponproperty upn the tl tlroperty
property prprty p abutting abttn upon uponIn upn upnIn uponIn
In plat A A Salt Sat Lake Le City CI curvey curveystreet cuey cureYIn
In Block FronUng on Et East Tep Tepstree TcitP TcitPtreet
stree S treet Al All ot FnUng lot tots 2 2 3 3 4 ad and 5 S STn
In Blok Block uFonn 13Fronting o on Seod Second WCt WCS WCStreet
s street Alot All of lots lot 1 and ad 8 8In 8 SIn
In Block BI k 13 l3Frntln 13Fronting Fronting on Second Seon West Weststreet Wet Wetstree WeSttreet
street stree S All of lots 2 2 3 4 and ad 5 5Fronting SFronting
Fronting on o lot Seventh South street Ai Aiof A Af
of o f tots 5 and andFronting 6 6Fronting
Fronting on First West street All oc oclots Of Ofotsi
lots l otsi 1 6 7 TandS TandSPronting and andFronting
Fronting on Eighth South street AuOf Au Allf
Of o f lots 1 and 2 2InBlock 2In
InBlock In Block M 141rontIng fronting on Fii Firit > t West Wests Westtroot
s reot All of lots 4 and 5 5Fronting 5Frontilig
Fronting on Seventh South street AU AUof AUf
of o f lots B 6 7 and S SFronting SFronUag
Fronting on Eighth South street AH AHof Altf
of o f lots 1 1 2 3 jtndT and 4 4In 4In
In Block Ifr lbFronting Fronting on Seventh South Southstreet Southtreet
street s All of lot lots S and andFronting 6 6Fronting
Fronting oa East Temple street Ail Ailof A1f
of o f lots 1 6 7 and S SFronting SFronting
Fronting on Eighth South street All AllOf Allf
Of o f lots 1 and andIn 2 2In
In Block 16 16Fronting Fronting on East Templo Templostreet Tomp1treet °
street s ThegoutH The Eouth 28S76 5 feet et of lot 4 an anthe ard ardhe
the t he south 257 feet of lot 6 6oast 5Fronting
Fronting on Setnth South street O Oast
oast e 825 S feet of lot 5 and all of lots lotsand
7 and 8 8Fronting 8Fronting
Fronting on State street All of otg asand
1 3 and 8 8Fronting 8Fronting
Fronting on Eighth South street Al AlOf Alf
Of o f lots I 2 3 and 4 4In 4In
In Block 17 17Fondn Fronting on State street streetAll streetll
All A ll of lots 2 3 4 and a eIn
1 In Block 21 21Fronting Fronting oa Stzth Southi Southistreet Soz h htreet
street s AU of lots 5 and andIn 5 5In
In Block 23 Fronting o oib Sixth Sa > t tstreet
street s All ot lots 5 6 7 and S SFronting 8Fronting
Fronting on Seventh South street Alt Altof A2f
of o f lots 1 2 Z 3 and 4 4In 4 4In
In Block 2 Fronting on First We TV > t tstreet ttreet
street s AO AB4I AT lots 2 3 aaaf 4 4Fronting 4Fronting
Fronting ore Sixth South street Tbi Tbieast Tl Tlast
east e ast 27225 feet 6 of lot S and all of lot K KFronting SFronting
Fronting on Seventh Sou Soum < street All Allof Al Alf
of o f lots 1 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 24 i4Freir4ing Fronting on onstreet Seconr West Westtreet
street S AU of lots 4 and an anFronting o oFronting
Fronting ccn Sixth South streetr AIR AIRof A1 A1or
of lots 5 S 1 and 8 8Fronting 8Fronting
Fronting on First West street AH of oflots ofots
lots l ots 1 and 8 8Fronting 8Eonting
Fronting on Seventh South street AH AHof Aflf
of o f lots 1 2 3 and 4 4In
In Block 25 Fronting on Second West Weststreet Westtreet
street s AH of lots 1 6 7 aadiS aadiSIn LDI18in
In Block 30 Fronting on Second Westtreet west weststreet
street S All of lot lots 1 and S SIn 8In
In Block 31 31Fronting Fronting on Second West Westtreet Test Teststreet
street s All of lots 2 3 and 6 aadr an the thenorth thenorth
north 115 116 fact of lot 4 4Fronting 4Fronting
Fronting oit First WesSsstreet fiSL elI or orlots ofots
lots l ots 1 S 7 and S SFrontlne 8Icranting
Frontlne on Sixth Soutfa SOUtItStreett trBctr A or orIn ofots
l ots 1 and andIn
In B Block ock 32 32FonUng Fronting on Fir2t West Wecttreet Weststreet
street s All of lots4 Iota 4 md < B BFronting 5Fronting
Fronting on Sixth Sorrtte stroetc AT ATof A Aof
of lots 1 2 and 4 and a Ml l of lots 9 10 10and 10and
and 11 of Thorns court subdivision subdivisionIn
In Block 33 334rraltfng Fronting on Fifth South Southstreet Southtreet
street s All of lot 6 and the sweat westof 23 feeto feetoof
of lot 6 6BronUng
Hrontliur on Sixth South street AH AHof AT ATof
of lots 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 34 34Frou4n5 Frondnc on Fifth South Southstreet Southstreet
street AU of lots i 6 7 and S SFronting SFronting
Fronting on Sfcrth South streett All Allof Al Alof
of lots 1 1 2 3 and 4 4In 4in
In Block 3S 33Fronting Fronting oa State street streetAll streetAll
All of Iota 4 and EL ELIn S SIn
In Block S 3Fronting Fronting ona East Temple Templastreet Templestreet
street All of lot B BFronting 5Fronting
Fronting on Fourth South street ATI ATIof L Lof
of lots 5 and 6 6Fronting 6Fronting
Fronting on Fifth South street All Allof Jflof
of lots 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 4O 4OFr0Utifl Fronting on Fourth South Southstreet Southstreet
street All of lots 5 6 7 fljad S SProntinjr 8ronUng
Prontinjr on Fifth Soutikstreeti All or orlots ofotsi
lots l otsi 1 2 Z3and4 Z3and4lit 3 and 4 4In
In Block 41 41Fronting Fronting on First West Weststreet Weststreet
street All of lots 2 3 4 andS and6Fronting andSFronting
Fronting on Fourth South streetr Au Auof Atof
of lot 5 and the west 86 feet and the thaeast theeaqt
east 165 feet of lot 6 6Fronting 6Fronting
Fronting on Fifth South street All of oflots oflots
lots 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 42 42Fronting Fronting on Second West Weststreet Weststreet
street All of lots 4 and 6 6Fronting 5Fronting
Fronting on Fourth South street All Allof Altof
of lots 5 6 7 and 8l 8lFronting SFronting
Fronting on First West street A Al i of oflots oflots
lots 1 and S SFirontlag
Plronting on Fifth South street A AH of oflots oflots
lots 3 2 3 and 4 4In 4In
In Block 45 48Fronting Fronting1 on Second West Weststreet Weststreet
street All of lots 1 S 7 and 8 8In 5 5In
In Block 4S 45Fronting Fronting on Second West Wentstreet Weststreet
street All of lots 1 and S SIn SIn
In Block 49 49FronUng Fronting on Second West Weststreet WctStreet
street All of lots 2 2 4 and 5 5Fronting 5FrontIn5
Fronting FrontIn5 on First West street A AI 1 of oflots cflots
lots 1 6 7 e and 8 8Fronting SFronting
Fronting on Fourth South street A I Iof Iof
of lots 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 51 61Fronting Fronting on Ftourth South Southstreet Southstreet
street AH of lots X 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 52 52Fronting Fronting on Third Soum Soumstreet 5yjE l lStreet
street The east 5525 5S fe feet t of lot 7 arl arlall flr 1 1all
all of lot S SFronting SFronting
Fronting on Fourth South etre streot t F o iswest
west 76 feet of lot 1 and all of lots
3 and 4 4In 4In
In Block 53 53Fronting Fronting on Stat str strThe strThe
The south 1155 feet of lot 3 and the north north11R5
11R5 feet of lot 5 5fronting SFkonting
fronting on Third South street The Tfcowest Thewest
west 1156 f feet eot of lot 5 5Fronting 5Fronting
Fronting on Fourth South street Al Alof Alof
of lots 1 and 2 2In 2In
In Block 56 56Fronting Fronting on Third So Sooth Soothstre th thstreet
street stre t All of lot 1 and the tvest H feet feetof feetof
of lot 2 and the east 77 feet of lot 3 3In aIn
In Block 67 57Fronting Fronting on Third South Southstreet Southstreet
street The east san feetbr lot 1 1In 2 2in
In Block 68 5Fsonttng Fronting on Third South Southstreet SouthStreet
street The east 78151 ft end the west westi
50 i feet of lot 3 3For 3Fqr
For the purpose of construptlnar a cements cementssidewalk ermontsidewalk
sidewalk six ffe fedt t wida aild four Inches Inchesthick inchesthick
thick wherever there Is not at present a agood agood
good sidewalk In the district bounded aa aafollows asfollows
follows Beginning at the northwest cor corner cornor ¬
nor of Third South street reet ana Second SecondWeat SscontWest
West street thence south to the centre centreof centrof
of Eighths South street thence east to tothe tothe
the center of East aat Temple street taecacesouth taecace thrccesouth
south to Ninth South street thence east eastto eastto
to the east side of East Temple strec strecthence see seethence
thence north to the ceatec of EJsfcthi EJsfcthiSouth htt httSouth
South street thence east to the east tilde eldaof tildeof
of State street tre t Sience north to the Hi a center cern cernIcr ¬
ter of Fourth Soutfa street thence east eastto eastto
to the west side of Second East street Sfreetthence streetthence
thence north to the north side 1de of Third ThirdSouth ThrSouth
South street thrace west to the Place of ofbeginning ofbeginning
beginning in districts Nod 5 62 d 8 9 11
14 15 and 20 U completed completedThat completedThat
That the board of equalizatlOTX and T re ret1ea i iview
view appointed by the city cotsrcU for forthat fo fothat
that purpose will meet at the office of ofthe ofthe
the elty recorder room K 100 city radt radtcounty an ancounty
county building on MOnday July24 311w 2 1905 1905and 1905and
and continue In session titttlt tntlrmilB Friday JtUT JtUT2S uir uirat
2S 1906 ii between the hours of 33 3J0 and
430 p m and will hear and consider any anyobjections an anobjections
objections and make correction of any tax taxwhich taxwhich
which said board may deem uneaual or orunjust oruniust >
unjust unjustThat uniustThat
That during said time between the tfcshours thehours
hours of 9 a m and 5 p m said list listwill 1stbe
will be open to public Inspection at thet thetofflce tleoffice
office of the city recorder room 100 10 rt rtand etand
and county building Salt Lake Cits CitsUtah C1t C1tUtah
Utah UtahBy V VBv
Bv order of the city couiicHdatedJtiiy cOW dated JiIy
10 iSOG 10th J S CRJTCHLOW CRJTCHLOWCity CRIi ° W WCity
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk RecorderSkiewalk
Sidewalk extension No 85 85Notice 35Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATji THAIthe
ji the assessment A of 4VA the ta lAT4 levied n by rw Tnft Tnftcity tho thocity
city council of Salt Lake City CI Utah by byordinance bYordinance
ordinance passed July 5th 1906 upca tta ttaproperty ti3property
property abutting upon uponFronting uponFronting
Fronting on State street streetAll streetAll
All of lots S to 14 inclusive of block 2 2jjlat 2pInt
pInt K KFronting KFronting
Fronting on Second North street streetThe streeUThe
The west 99 feet of lot 8 block blockI blockplat
I plat > lat K KFronting KFronting
Fronting on East Capitol street streetAH streetAll
AH of lots 1 to 9 inclusive ot block 1 1All 1plat
plat J JAll
All of lots 1 to 10 inclusive of f block bI c J Jplat 1piat
plat J Salt Lake City survey for t tpurpose tte ttepurpose
purpose of constructing a cement inrflt sii siiwalk F Fwalk
walk six feet wide and four inches tilledon tilled thicton
on the east side of State street fr fri friHillside p
Hillside avenue to Second North strer strerIn strenIn
In sidewalk district No 19 on the S nside > i iside
side of Second North street from from Stir Stastreet Stirstreet >
street east ninetynine feet not in iriui lu3M lu3Min 1 1in
in any district and on the east stac st1 st1East e eEast
East Capitol street from Second Jrra Nristreet
street to the north line of lot 10 IC
4 plat J in sidewalk district No Nocomaleted Nocomuleted
comaleted comaletedThat comuletedThat
That the board of equalization an anview < t T Tthe
view appointed by the city cou1 for forthat
that purpose will meet at the o othe
the city recorder IfiO City and Ooanty Ooantybuilding C Cbuilding
building on Monday July 24th 15 1 ar l lcontinue 1continue
continue in session until Friday Ju Ju28th 1 128th
28th 1S06 between the hours of of4sti 2 i
430 p m and will hear and consa consaany c S I Iany
any objections and make correct corre t tany r rany
any tax which said board may doera doeraequal d ri riequal
equal or unjust unjustbe unjustThat
That during said time betw betwhours
hours of 9 a m and 5 p in said t r I Ibe
be open to public inspection at th thof tbof >
of the city recorder Room 100 City t tCounty jna jnaCounty
County building Salt Lake Citv Cit CitBy Ita ItaBy
By order of the city council dated Jy Jy10th 1 y y10th
10th 1906 J S CRITCHTXnT CRITCHTXnTCity CRITCIIT0WCity
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk 1tecrdilrSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No S6
Estray Notice NoticeSTATE NoticeSTATE
STATE OF dF UTAH COUNTY COUNTYLakees t P SV SVLake
Lake Lakees SB In the First count pnTinc pnTincof i r t tof
of said county I have in my ni nithe i s > F = io iothe
the following described estmy estrii arimas arimaswhich t a awhich
which if not claimed and taken takerbe TVL > wi wibe
be sold at public auction to the It Itbidder Jvghfs Jvghfsbidder
bidder at Mountain Dell estray prd ii iiFirst i iFirst
First county precinct on Wedresday th th26th t t26th
26th day of July MCS O6 at th hour hi ur ot ota o oa
a m One roan burro brardfxl 4i 4ileft 4 4left
left hip one brown burro no brand brandibis v vIble
ibis Said estrays were taken up p by byIn byin
In said precinct on the 14th dayof day of Ju Ju1805s Ju19O5
1805s T GEORGE M CONNOR CONNORj CONNOPPoundkeeper
j Poundkeeper of First County Precinct

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