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THE SALT LAKE HERALD TJltKSDAY Ti IL ESDAY AUGUST AUG ST 3 190 19 5
OWOI OWQRRYING OWQRRYINGI RYING RYINGON
I ON D RG RGTells RGtoday
Today today Tells Whether Trackmens TrackmensStrike TrackmensStrike TrackmensStrike
Strike Will WillBe Be Reality KealityALL R RealityA ality alityJ alityA4
J
ALL A4 A ISQU1ET IS QUJ QU1ET T m AI k11OCAL P RENDER RENDERtOCAL N ER ERtOCAL
tOCAL OFFICIALS REITERATE REITERATEFORMER REITERATEFORMER REITERATEFORMER
FORMER STATEMENTS STATEMENTSMMMt STATEMENTSt
+ t t t II I I t 11 t t + + MMMt tI tILocal + + + + + + + + f fLocal
+ +
+ Local officials of the Denver DenverRio 4 4 4Rio +
+ Rio Grande make precisely tho thosame + f ff
4 + f same statements with regard to tothe + 4the
+ 4 the trackmens strike Impending Impendingor + f ff
+ f or present namely that they are aref arcnot areSnot +
+ f not worrying If the track and andwater andwater + f ff
+ f water service man intend to obey obeythe + f frf
rf th the call of the union and refuse to toreturn toreturn toreturn +
+ return to work 4oda today there was wasf wasnothing + 4nothing
+ f nothing last night to indicate it ItThe itThe + f ff
+ f The attitude of the men last even evenin + 4Ing
+ ing in appeared to justify the state statement statement +
+ 4 ment made yesterday morning by byGeneral byGeneral b 4 +
4 General Superintendent A E EWelby +
4 Welby Te1by In The Herald that not one oneIn onein +
+ 4 in a dozen doz n will pay any attention attentionto +
+ to the circular referred to In the thedispatches +
4 4 dispatches dispatchesuWe dispatchesWe +
+ uWe We arc paying absolutely no noattention 4
4 4 attention to any rumors ro roIterated +
4 4 iterated local officials yesterday yoaterdaI + 4Denver
+ +
+ 4 I It + + + I + + + 44 It + 4 + t + t + 4 + + I IDenver + 4 4Denver +
Denver Aug 2 2The The strike order of ofttie ofthe ofthe
the International Brotherhood of Main Maintonance Malnto Maintonance
tonance to aneeof of Ways employes against the theDenver thepenv9l theenver
Denver enver Rio Grande railroad went wentjlnto wentito wentInto
jlnto ito effect at 6 oclock tonight It Itoannot ItQannot Itqannot
Qannot be definitely known until the theregular theregular theTegular
regular hour for reporting for duty dutytomorrow dutytomorrow dutytomorrow
tomorrow morning how extensively the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track men of the Rio Grande have haveobeyed haveobeyed haveobeyed
obeyed the order The officials of the theroad theroad theroad
road declare they are not worrying worryingover
over the situation and do not believe believethat believethat believethat
that any of o the section foremen Intend Intendto Intendto
to strike President Wilson of the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood is h here in charge of the thestrike thetrlke thetrIke
strike trlke and Is If I firm in his belief that thatthe thatthe thatk
the lSOO men me who signed the strike strikeorder strikeorder strikeorder
k order will go out to a man He said saidtoday saidtoday saidtoday
today that he would conduct the strike strikein
in an orderly manner and that the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public would be respected in the fight fightAt fightAt fightAt
At tho headquarters of the Denver DenverKfo DenverJ DenverRio
Rio Grande company it was stated to tonight tonisht tonight ¬
J night that there was no Information at athand athand athand
hand to warrant the view that tho thostrike thostrike theatrike
strike would take more than a few men menfrom menfrom menfrom
from any division of the road roadThat roadThat roadThat
That nearly nearl all tho men employed by bythe bytbe bythe
the company In track and water service servicewill servIcewill sorvicewill
will refuse to report for work tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row is the opinion of the president of oftho ortho ofthe
tho International Brotherhood of ofMaintenance oflIalntenancQ ofMaintenance
Maintenance of Ways Wa s Employes EmployesMulletts JmplorcsiIulIetls mploycsMulletts
Mulletts clothing store s ore Uipr tiff up ipboe ii upshoe P
shoe sale Friday and Saturday Aupr Aupr4th Au Au4th Aug4th
4th and 5th 190 a a pair regular price priceto
250 to 400
ONLY ONLY1165 ONLY1165Twin 1165 1165Twin 1165Twin
4
Twin Falls Ida and Return ReturnFrom ReturnFrom eturnFrom
From Salt Lake August 5th and 6th 6thvia 6thIa 6thvia
via Ia Oregon Short Line Celebration in incommemoration incommemoratlon incommemoration
commemoration of completion corh letJon of rail railroad rallroad ra11road
road will be held at that point August August7th Aigustth l1Sust7th
7th th Sale of university and state lands landswill Iandswill landslviii
will be held on August Sth Trains Trainsleave Trainsleave Trainsleave
leave Salt Lake at 1145 p m Tickets Ticketswill Ticketswill Ticketswill
will be good for return until August August16th August16th August16th
16th
GRAINDOES WELL WELLAverage WELLAverage WELLAverage
Average Crop Expected Except on onDry onDry i iDry
Dry Farms FarmsThe Farms FarmsThe FarmsThe
The government crop report for Utah Utahfor Utahfor Utahfor
for the th week ending last Monday says saysTho saysThe ay ayTho
Tho warm weather that prevailed for forsome forBome forsome
some time reached Its culmination du during durIng during ¬
ring the past week eek A moderate change changeoccurred changeoccurred changeoccurred
occurred toward tO ard the close and tho week weekended weekended weekended
ended comparatively cool Some thun thunderstorms thunderstorms thunderstorms ¬
derstorms occurred especially in the themountains themountains themountains
mountains but the accompanying pre precipitation precipitation procipitation ¬
cipitation was insufficient except in the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern counties where beneficial show showers showers showers ¬
ers were reported High winds were erc of offrequent orfrequent offrequent
frequent occurrence and considerable considerabledamage considerabledamage considerabledamage
damage resulted therefrom to the fruit fruitcrop fruitcrop fruitcrop
crop The supply of irrigation water was wasrunning wasrunning Wasrunning
running very low and many districts re report report reJiort ¬
port serious deterioration of crops there thereby thereb thereThe thereby ¬
by byThe b
The hot weather had tho effect of ofripening ofrlpenlnf
4 ripening growing grain very fast and andway andbarvestlng andharvesting
harvesting continued under rapid head headway headway
way Threshing Thro hlng had already bogun and andwill andwill andwill
will soon be In general nernl progress s Chinch Chinchbuss Chinchrh Chinchbugs
buss continued U their depredations in the thesouthern thesouthern
rh lrW 1re nsw nswported
southern counties tI while smut was re reported reported ¬
ported from other localities In the north northern northfi northpm ¬
ern pm portion o notwithstanding these un unfavorable unfavorable ¬
favorable fi o t condition nd rl r Irrigated irrIgates grain con continued c ctfnued contiiiued ¬
tinued to turn out well and an average averagecrop averagecrop averagecrop
crop was generally being secured Arid Aridland ArId4It
4 4It land grain was however with some ex exception excepUona cxceptions ¬
ception rather popr and in places badly badlyshurnken badlyehurnken badiyehuruken
shurnken The second crop of lucerne lucernewas lucerneIUJ
was IUJ being beln cut in the northern portion portionof
of the section with fth a light crop in tho thosouth tho1I0uth thesouth
south The crop of lucerne seed will willbe wiiibe 111 111be
be poor owing to the dryness dr nef > s Sugar Sugarbeets Su Sugarbeets r rbeets
beets in some sections deteriorated from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the scarcity of water and the hot drying dryingwinds do1ntwinds dryingwinds
winds though where sufficiently surflclenU watered wateredthe wateredthe Wateredthe
the staple tapl t l continued in fine condition conditionCorn conditionCom conditionCorn
Corn continued to tassel tas el Potatoes wore woredoing woredoing woreMlng
doing well and being marketed Gar Gardens GarMnR Cardens ¬
dens Buffered to some extent tent from worms wormsand wormsBd wormsad
and Bd other insects Inf > ecbi Fruit was ripening
fast The range needed rain but stock stockcontinued stockgenerally lockco
continued co lnUNl in good I OOd condition generally generallyCONTAGIOUS generaJlCONTAGIOUS generallyCONTAGIOUS
CONTAGIOUS CONTAGIOUSBLOOD
BLOOD POISON POISONContagious POISONContagious POISONp t
p Contagious Blood Poison more thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly poisons the blood than any other otherdisease otherdisease otherdisease
disease Every part of the body is af affected affccted affcCtedwben ¬
fected fcCtedwben when the thevirus virus becomes intrenched intrenchedin I
in in the circulation red eruptions break breakout breakout breakout
out on the skin the mouth and throat throatulcerate throatulcerate throatulcerate
ulcerate glands in the neck and groins groinsswell groinslwelI groinsswell
swell the hair falls out coppercolored coppercoloredsplotches coppercoloredplotches coppercoloredsplotches
splotches appear on the body etc etcI etcI
I was afflicted with blood poison and andtho andtho andtho
tho best doctors did mo no rood though thoughI
I r took their treatment faithfully In Infact In1aotr Infact
fact 1aotr X seemed to get worse all tho while
Z r took almost almoBtovery overy socalled blood rem remedy rem1lea remedy ¬
edy 1lea 1leaOZg but they OZg did not o seem to reach the thedisease thedisease h
disease and had no effect ti whatever h t r rwas X Xwas Iwas
was disheartened for it seemed see mod that I Iwould Iwould r rwould
would never be cured At tho advice of ofa ot1riendr
a friend X then took S S 8 and began beganto begantoImprove to toImprove toImprove
Improve I continued contluuedthe the medicine and andit andit
it cured me completely
Hamlet N C W B NEWMAN NEWMANSo
So highly contagious is this disease diseasethat dlsc diseatethat le letbat
that many a life has been ruined by a afriendly nfri afri
friendly fri ndl ndly hand shake sb ke or from using thetoilet the thetoilet thetoilet
toilet articles of one affected with the thepoison thepoison thepoison
poison To cure this hideous and hate hateful hateful hateiul ¬
ful disease a constitutional at remedy is re required required required ¬
quired S S S goes down to the very veryroot veryroot cry cryroot
root of the trouble and forces out every everyparticle everyparticle everyparticle
particle of the virus from the blood and andcures anaj andcures
j cures the disease permanently S S Sf Srr S Sis i
r is purely vegetable aud drives d es out the thetroublerootand theS thetroublerootand
troublerootand troublerootandS troublerootandS r
la lasigns
fl flfe branch and no noi nosigns
i signs of it are treever re reever
S S S Sr J k ever seen again agt1nThosc againThose I
hta9 f V Those been cured who whohae whohaebeen have havebeen by byPURELY byPURELY
k PURELY PURELYVEGETABLE VEGETABLE S SSScanfeel SSScanfeelassured S S can feel feelassured fecinssured
assured that thatnone thatnoncof thatnone
noncof none of the poison oison is is left in the blood to totransmit totransmit totransmit
transmit to innocent offspring The en entire entire entire ¬
tire body is built up and the blood made madepure madepure madepure
pure rich and andbealthy healthy by bythis this greakrem greakremedy gtcatfremedy greatiremady
edy Book with instructions for home hometreatment hometreatm homeLreatmentand
treatment treatm Lreatmentand ntaud and nny nnymedical medical ad advice vice desired desiredwill desiredwill desiredwill
will be given free of charge chargeTHE chargeTHE chargeIRE
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO COAtlanta Atlanta Qa GaL
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BEATMELONSOF BEATMELONSOFUTAH BEAT MELONS MIlONSOF OF OFUTAH
UTAH TO TOMARKET TOMARKETidaho MARKET MARKETIdaho
Idaho Cantaloupes Reach Zion Ahead Aheadof AJieadof
of Native Produot ProductPLENTY ProduotPLENTY
PLENTY OF PEACHES IN INGREEN ING INGREEN
GREEN G EEN CORN STEADY STEADYAT AT THIRTY THIRTYCENTS THIRTYCENTS THIRTYCENTS
CENTS A DOZEN DOZENCantaloupes DOZENCantAloupes DOZENCantaloupes
Cantaloupes from Payette Ida Id reached reachedtha roachedtho reachedthe
the local ldCalmarltet market yesterday ahead oC the theUtah theUtnl theUtah
Utah Droduct > rod ct Some S me Utah cantaloupes cantaloupesare cantnlo pes pesar
are ar to be behlld had but the crop Is not up to totho toth
tho th standard stand rd They ore selling se llng for 450 450and t50and 150and
and 5 5 a a crate crate wholesale and the retail retailprices retailPrIces retailprieca
prices vary nI7 from from 5 to 15 cents apiece apieceUtah aplecaUtah pieceUtah
Utah peaches p aohes are commencing to come In Inand Inand Inand
and arc quoted at three pounds for 25 25cants 25conls 25cents
cants The commission house dealers cut cutdown cutdown cutdown
down their shipments on California Californiapeaches Ca1ftorniapeaohes CaliforniaPeaches
peaches yesterday y terday and within a week It Itis ItIs ItIs
is believed belledtltat that the tIi market will be wholly whollysupplied whollysupplied bolly bollysUPplied
supplied with trtah fruit Utah green greencorn greencorn greenCorn
corn was on tho market markQtlyete yeaterday ay In Inquantities InQuantitIes Inquantities
quantities but the th price was steady at
30 0 cents a dozen dozenThe dozenIhe dozenThe
The fish Ish market was short In its supply supplyThey 5UPPIr supplYesterday
Yesterday r and the variety was emal emal2hey m
They had plenty tylhgt tylhgtvs of vs salmon hfibu hfibum halibut and d
bass but OP othor varieties the market marketwas m41rkctwas marketwas
was short Poultry Is coming com In In bettor bettorand betterand bettorand
and this week tho dealers d alers have not notshipped notshipped riotshipped
shipped any poultry from Kansas City
Yesterdays retail quotations quotationsMeats QuotationsMeats quotationsMeats
Meats MeatsBeef MeatsBeet MeatsBeer
Beef 15c to ale per pound Veal prime primeMAC primeI primel2c
MAC I to tooc 20c Mutton 13 l3ic Sc c to 17c 17 POrk ForkHe POrkHe Pork14c
He to 22c Dressed Iambs 12c 2c c to tolamb 20c 20clamb 20ciarnbcbeps
lamb iarnbcbeps chops 18c 1 to 22c c Spring Sprt 8prtnglambs lambs 1 1to 1to 1to
to 5L25 125 per quarter
Fish Fisheach FishSalt FishSalt
Salt codfish 15 15c vcr pound Boneless BonelessCOdtlsh Bonelesscodfish
codfish zpound boxes 5o Q each Large Largemackerel Laromackerel
mackerel 25c each Small mackerel lOc luceach
each Holland herring 5c each KltsL15 KltsL15each liltsSL15each KitaLl5each
each Salmon 16o per pound Striped Str Stripedbass p < d dbMS
bass iSo per pound Whitefish JJOo 20cpcr 20cpcrpound > O POI porpound POIpound
pound Soles and flounders 12 l2zjC c per perpound perpound perpound
pound Catfish lOc 00 per pound poun Perch Perchl2c
12 l2c c per pound Fresh codfish 12c per perpound perpound perpound
pound Prawns Prawnsroc SOc per pound Smoked SmokedCalifornia S1okedsalmon Smokedsalmon
salmon roc per pound Bloaters sa each eachCalifornia eachCalifornia
California crabs 30c to 40c each Stur Sturgeon Sturgeon Sturgoon ¬
geon I5oper iSo per pound Rainbow trout and andeastern andeastern andeastern
eastern brook trout 12V6c 1 ½ c each Smoked Smokedsturgeon Smokedsturgeon I Isturgeon
sturgeon SOc per pound Black bass 40c 40cw 400per 40crper
per w pound JJVl M U11U14 Shad roc W OW 300 p pee > c cfalp l pound DU DUfalp uufaIp
falp cat fish 20c per pound poundPoultry poundPoultry poundPoultry
Poultry PoultrySpring PoultrySpring PoultrySpring
Spring chickens Utah broilers SOc per perpound perPOUnd Jlerpound
pound Roasting prlnr chickens 17C 17Cper 17Ycpet 1cper
per pound Tame ducks 20c per pound
Hens I9c and COo 00 per I > er pound Young Youngsquabs YounIQuabs Youngsquabs
squabs 25o each eachDairy eachDalryPrpducts eachDaIry
Dairy DalryPrpducts DalryPrpductsBUlter Products ProductsButter v vButter
Butter creamery 25c per pound Eggs Eg
l Iic c i pea > er dozen Cheese Utah cream creamper roc rocper 0c 0cimported
per pound eastern 2Oc limburger 25c 25cImpdrted c
Impdrted Swiss 40c brick Honey comb comb15c
loc box strained ISo o per Dint DintVegetables DintVegetables pintVegetables
Vegetables VegetablesTurnips VegetablesTurnips VegetablesTurnips
Turnips four bunches for lOc Beets Beetsfour Beetsfour Beetsfour
four bunches lOc Radishes 2 for 5c 5cOnions 6cOnions ScOnions
Onions 2 for 5c dry 4 lb lbs 25c Peas Peas40c Peasroc Peas40c
40c peck Beans 5 to lOc pound Potatoes Potatoes25c
25c a peck Rhdubarb 3q pound Cabbage Cabbage5c
5c pound Cucumbers 5b each eachFruits eachFruits eachFruits
Fruits FruitsRaspberries FruitsRaspbcrriea125 FruitsRaspberries
Raspberries Raspbcrriea125 125 to 163 16 > per case caseStrawberries caseStrawberries caseStrawberries
Strawberries 175 case Ibc box Black Blackberries Blackberries Biackberries ¬
berries lOc box Dewberries JOc Oo 0cbox box 25C8l5C 225case 225 225case
case Gooseberries Goo eborrlas lOc per pound Plums Plums50c PlumsOc PlumsSOc
SOc Oc basket Peaches lOc pound 110 box boxPineapples boxPineapples boxPineapples
Pineapples 35 5 to GSa each WatermelonsSOc Watermelons
SOc to 100 each Cantaloupes 10 to iso 15aoach 150c 150on isoeach
each Lemons on onpIes very y ry scarce 35c to t 4Qc 40 < dos
5700 case c Oranges r 40c to 6Dc dos o Ap Apples Applea ¬
pIes Cal lOc pound Grape fruit I0a I0aeach 100each 10creach
each Black cherries 2 lbs for 25c white
2 pounds for 25c c Plo cherries lOc pound poundBran poundGraln poundGraln
Graln GralnC GralnBran
Bran and shorts 110 o per hundred r
Corn C SI 100 dDehg per hundred clre clreo Oats o g 175 per perhundred perhundred r rhundred
hundred Milliner wheat 110 per bushel busheli bushelf
i f Feed wheat feaJ 1 t6 t6r per r bushel Barley eY feed ieedHay
135 rolled o 1150 160 Cornmeal g al i 2 2Hay 2Hay
Hay and Straw StrawAlfalfa StrawAlCa1a StrawAIfalfa
Alfalfa 12 per Ir ton Timothy Timoth 15 per
ton Straw 45c j per > er bale baleFlour baleFoUr baleFlour
Flour FlourHigh FoUrHISh FlourHigh
High patent 270 straight grade 260 260OF 260 260OF 60 60OF
OF INTEREST TO OFFICE MEN MENIt
It has been generally reported that thatA
A R Derge Co have been gradu gradually ¬
ally closing out their office supply de department department department ¬
partment Such Is not the fact how however however however ¬
ever as Mr D A Callahan who has haspurchased haspurchased haspurcharred
purchased the entire business has de decided decided decided ¬
cided to make this a leading feature featureof
of the establishment With this end endIn endIn endIn
In view he has secured one of the t e most moatcompetent mostcompetent
competent men In the west to take takecharge takecharge takecharge I
charge This department has been beengreatly beengreatly beengreatly
greatly enlarged and now contains containseverything containseyerythlng containseverything
everything that should be found In a awell awen awell
well appointed Office Supply House HouseCall HouseCaU HouseCall
Call and get acquainted with our stock stockand stockand stockand
and prices IX D A Callahan successor successorto
to A R Dergo Co 164 Main St StMulletts StMulletts StMulletCa
Mulletts clothing store Big BI tie up upshoe upshoe upshoe
shoe sale Friday and Saturday Aug
4th and 6th 190 a pair regular price
250 250 to 400 400IN 400IN 400IN
IN THE COURTS COURTSNils
Nils Us Hansen formerly of Touuborg1 Touuborg1a Tousbor Tousbor1orway
Norway and Joseph Stodney formerly tonnerra
a subject of Austria were admitted to
citizenship by Judge Tud e Armstrong Armstron In the
district court yesterday yestordayEtta yestcrda1Etta yesterdayEtta
Etta Powers has h s bosun an an action In
tho district court against LInln t Alfred Bell
Eleanor Boll his wife and Francis
Clark 1n which sho seeks to collect 5355 5355alleged 2 2alleged 355 355alleged
alleged to be duo on notes and Sro 50 at
torneys fee and asks to have a mortgage mortgageon
on real estate given ven by the defendants
foreclosed foreclosedAdolph forccloseddolph foreclosedAdolph
Adolph dolph Lochwitz has brought brou ht suit In
tha district court asainst Sheriff c
Frank Emery in which ho claims 2000
damages damti for being deprived d prtved of f some
household goods May 8 1905 Sheriff SherI
Emery Eh1 ry haying been srfvcn rtvcn a writ of at ¬
tachment issued out of the district court
In the suit of Walter J I Felt against Mrs Irs
M Lochwltz to serve seized the goods
in controversy which were ere at that time
in Ir a room ort South Main street Salt Lake
City Clt and took them Into his h1 possession
lx Lochwltz > chwltz claims > > that hev h and not Mrs
M t JLochwitz owned tho goods poodsA JoodA
A complaint has been Issued by the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county attorney attorno in which William J Do
Coursey is charged with Ith obtaining money mone
by b false Pretense > from ron Cash Nash
horseshoers It la i allescd that ho got gotnomo sotHomo gotHome
Homo horses shod at the shop of Cash Coshat
Nash the bill being 1 1 and tha that t he gave vo
the firm a check for 425 5kreceivlnlr receIving 11n 11nmoney In Inmone
mone money When the chec check wag pres prcsente prcsenteat nted ntedat
at the bank upon which it was drawn It Itwa Itwas Itwas
wa was learned that I De > e Courey had no
funds there Ke Coursey COUT CY camo to Salt
Lake City a week or ten days ago with a astrinir a5trlnl astring
string of horses which he intended rac rat racIng rating ¬
Ing But he pot Into debt and an attach attachment ottachmont attachmont ¬
mont was Us dc1 levied d on his horses horsesTOURIST horsesTOURISTRECITAL
81 81TOURIST
TOURIST TOURISTRECITAL TOURISTRECITALConcert RECITAL RECITALConcert RECITALC
Concert C ncert Given Given at Tabernacle For ForBenefit ForBenefit ForBenefit
Benefit of VfeTtqrs VfeTtqrsFor Vrsft rs rsFortho
For Fortho tile ppeciut FJ clut T eridfltf beri > lt of oroiiisCs t 1 tourlts f ibls of ofwhom orwhom ofwhom
whom there are hundreds In SaIL Lake Lakeat Lakaat Lakeat
at present an organ recital was given givenat
at 4 1 oclock yesterday afternoon at tha th thTabernacle
Tabernacle by J J McGIellun organ orlan1st organit
1st The programmo Included Pilgrims pllKrliriVChorus PIlJtlrrillChorus PilgrimsChorus
Chorus from Tannhauscr Mignon iliffnonGavotte MignonGavotte thrnonGavpU
Gavotte GavpU > Communion in D Bon oz ozBoIt
Boll and StarSpangled Banner BannerI BannerMETEOROLOGIcAL
METEOROLOGICAL M FJEPQRTt FJEPQRTtYesterdays FEPORTYesterdays PQRT PQRTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Office ¬
fice of the Weather Weath7r Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum tmperaturo PO 0 degrees dogrc < a min mlnmum ¬
imum mum temperature C2 t 2 degrees mean tem temperature temperature 1cmperature ¬
perature 70 degrees which Jft 1 degree degreebelow degreebelow
below the normal norml Accumulated defl deflClency defl1lency deliqiency
Clency of temperature slnco the flratot flr first t ot
the month 2 degrees degre S Accumulated ex excess exCCSS cxcons ¬
cess of temperature alice Jun 1 298 tic degrees ticJree ticgrace ¬
grace Jree Total precipitation from 6 p m mto into
to C p m none Accumulated deficiency deficiencyof
of o precipitation since tho first of the themonth themonth themonth
month M 04 > > Inch Accumulated deficiency dctlclcncof
cf precipitation since Jan 1 26 6 lucia Inc
POWER POWERGIVEN GIVEN G1VENENGlN ENGINEER ENGINEERMayor ENGINEER1tjor fER fERf1
f1
Mayor Approves Resolution Author Authorizing Authorizing Authorizing ¬
izing Negotiations Negotiat ons For Con Conduit Conduit Conduit ¬
duit Right of Way WayMayor WayM1or WayMayor
Mayor Richard P Morris yesterday yesterdayapproved yesterdayapproved yecterdayapproved
approved the resolution authorizing the thecity tIlecity thecity
city engineer to negotiate with the theowners theowners theowners
owners of the real estate lying lyln be between between between ¬
tween the mouth of Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodcanyon Cottonwoodcanon Cottonwoodcanyon
canyon and Parleys canyon for right rightof rIghtof rightof
of way for the conduit that it Is pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed to construct between the two twocanyons twocanyons twocanyons
canyons as a part of Suit Lake Citys Citysextended Citysextended Citysextended
extended nd improved water watereY5tem watereY5temTho system oyatemThe systemTlio
The right of way of a this conduit conduitwill conduItwm conduitwill
will be about seven miles Ions and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from thirty to fifty feet to t wide One mile mileof mileof mileof
of It will run through land owned by j
the Utah Light Railway company companyand CQmpanyand companyand
and its associated interests and the theother theother theother
other six miles of the conduit will run runthrough runthrough runthrough
through land owned by a number of ofother ofother ofother
other persons personsAs DersonsAs personsAs
As soon as the city council passes passesthe passesthe passesthe
the new ne ordinance consolidating and andextending andextending andextending
extending the franchises of the Utah UtahLight UtahLIght UtahLight
Light Railway company now pend pending pendIng pendIng ¬
ing before that body the Utah Light LightRailway LightHanway LightRailway
Railway company < will transfer to tothe tothe tothe
the city the real estate required as asright a8right asright
right of way and site for the Intake Intakeof Intakeof intakeof
of the water system and other pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses along Big Cottonwood creek At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the present tithe there ther are no Indica Indications indicatlons hndications ¬
tions ot objections on the part of other otherland otherland otherland
land owners to parting with a strip stripof stripot stripof
of land the required Width through throughtheir throughtheir throughtheir
their holdings In tact all owners of ofland ofland ofland
land through which it is proposed to torun torun torun
run the conduit have displayed a afriendly Qfriendly afriendly
friendly spirit toward the city and andnone andnone andnone
none of them is expected to prove ob obstinate obetlnute obtinuto ¬
stinate when the negotiations for right rightof
of way are begun begunTWIN begunTWIN begunTWIN
TWIN FALLS FALLS1DAIP IDA EXCUR EXCURSIONS EXCUR510NS EXCURSIONS ¬
SIONS SIONSAugust 510NSAugust SIONSAugust
August 5th and 6th via Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line Celebration atthat at that point August August7th Aubust7th August7th
7th in commemoration of completion completionof
of railroad Round trip from Sajt SaJtLako SaJtLakoonly Sa3tLakeonly I > ako akoonly
only 1160 Tickets good for return un until until Until
til August 16th UBO U o trains leaving leavingSalt leDviliSSalt leavingSalt
Salt Lake at 1145 1145n p m mj eitherdate A Asale Asale Asale
sale of university and state lands will willtake willtake willtake
take place on August 8th See agents agentsfor tigentsfor agentsfor
for further particulars City ticket of office ofllc offlee ¬
flee llc 20 Main street streetModern streetModern streetModern
Modern Plumping PlumpingAt ltum lng lngAt
At moderato prices rlces George G Doyl DoylCo DnyhCo DoylCo
Co 211 1l State street Phone 162 162music 16212usicandDrama
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I music 12usicandDrama 12usicandDramaThe and Drama DramaThe I IThe
The weird cveir l drama Dr Jekyll and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Hyde will be presented by the theBittner theBittner theBittner
Bittner company at the Grand theatre theatretonight theatretonight theatretonight
tonight and tomorrow night nightTheodore nightTheodor nightTheodore
Theodore Larch will appear In the thetitle thetitle thetitle
title role roleSaturday roleSaturday roleSaturday
Saturday matinee and night Call California CaUfornla Callfornia ¬
fornia will be given Iven A testimonial testimonialwill
will be given on Saturday night to toMessrs toMessrs toMessrs
Messrs Bittner and Larch This pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme closes the companys engage engagement engagement engagemeflt ¬
ment inHhis In hls city citySixty cllySixty citySixty
Sixty Years experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse OldNurse
Nurse NurseMis NurseMlr1 NurseMrs
Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup Is tho thopreacrlption thopreDcrlpUon thoprescription
prescription of one of tho b best st female femalaphysicians femalephaJctana femalephyaiclana
physicians and nurses in the United UnitedStates UnltccJStatea UnitcdStates
States and has been used for sixty ynard ynanwith ynardwith ynardwith
with neverfalling success by millions of ofmothers ofmotberS ofrnottier3
mothers for their children Durlnc Jurln tho thoprocess thoprocess theprocess
process of teething its value is Incalcula Incalculable ¬
ble It relieves the child from pain cures curesdiarrhoea curesdiarrhoea curesdiarrhoea
diarrhoea griping in tho bowels and wind windcolic windcolic WIndcolic
colic By giving health to the child it itrests Itrests itrests
rests the mother Price 75 cents a bottle bottleMAY bottleMAY bottleMAY
MAY RECHRISTEN STREETS STREETSCity
City Engineer Riter Will Ask Council Councilto
to Dispose of Duplicate DuplicateNames DuplicateNames DuplicateNames
Names NamesCity NamesCity NamesCity
City Engineer George W Riter Is Iscompiling iacomptun Iscompilhn
compiling a to list of streets the names namesof namesof namesof
of which are duplicated and will rec recommend recommend recommend ¬
ommend to the city council that many manynames manynames manynames
names be dropped and andnew nd new names sub substituted substituted substituted ¬
stituted BO that there will not be any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where within the city limits more than thanone thanone thanone
one street bearing the name of Washington Wash Washington ¬ 1 1inston
ington Lincoln Vine Smith etc etcIt etcIt I
It is the Intention of the council counciland counelland counciland
and of the city engineer that the dup duplications duplIcations duplications ¬
lications shall go But they are not nothaving nothayIng nothaving
having an easy asytaak task convincing the thecitizens thecItizens thecitizens
citizens and taxpayers that the changes changesShould changesshould changesshould
Should be made Many of them insist insistthat Insistthat Insistthat
that the changes shall be made else elsewhere elgawhere elsewhere ¬
where and their streets shall be left leftto l leftto ft ftto
to bear the names given them They Theysay Theysa Theysay
say sa we named namedlour our street before the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people living on the other streets bear bearIng bearIng bearhg
Ing the same name did and we think thinkwe thinkwe thinkwe
we ought to keep the name But ButI Butdespite Butdespite
I despite the obstacles In the way of ofuniformity ofuniformity
i uniformity it is proposed to go ahead aheaduntil aheaduntil aheaduntil
until some of the peculiar kinks are aretaken aret aretiiken
taken t ken out of Salt Lake Citys nomen nomenclature nomenclature nomenclature ¬
clature clatureMulletts clatureMulletts clatureMuiletts
Mulletts clothing store Biff tie Up tipshoo Upshoo upshoe
shoo sale Friday and Saturday Aug
4th and Oth th 5190 190 a 0 pair regular price
250 to J400 J400YELLOWSTONE 100 400YELLOWSTONE
i eo eoYELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE EXCURSION EXCURSIONONLY EXCURSIONONLY EXCURSIONONLY4950
ONLY ONLY4950 ONLY4950Aug 4950 4950Aug 4950Aug
Aug 8th SthVia 8thVia 8thlTIa
Via Oregon Short Line Only 4930 4930from 49tiOtrom 4950from
from Salt Lake to and through the pork porkfor parkfor pkrkfor
for the regular seven days trip This Thisincludes Thisincludes Tinsincluden
includes rail and stage expenses and andhotel andhotel andhotel
hotel accommodations In the park See Seeagents SCDagen 5ccagents
agents agentsDr agen agentsDr ts
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Dr E M Keyeors Method of FHIInjj FHIInjjteeth Fillln Filllnteeth FIIIlnteeth
teeth Is painless 162 Main street trectAuer trectAuerbach Auer Auerbach Anerbach
bach Bids BId Phones B 1120K Ind 117 117FOREST 111FOREST 117FOREST
FOREST RESERVES MAY MAYREQUIRE MAYREQUIRE MAYREQUIRE
REQUIRE NEW PLANTING PLANTINGWashington PLANTINGWashington PLANTINGWashington
Washington Aug 2 2The The forest ser service service ncrvice ¬
vice is making examinations of a num number ¬
ber of western forest reserves to dis discover dIscover dincover ¬
cover what portion of their area needs needsreforestation needsreforestation needsreforestation
reforestation and where planting will willbest wilLbest willbest
best succeed After studies In detail detailhave detaHhave detailhave
have been completed d and the desira desirability deslrablUty deairability ¬
bility of planting has been assured assuredplans assuredplans assuredplans
plans will be made for the reforesta reforestation reforestatIon reforestation ¬
tion of tracts now unproductive unproductivePreliminary unproductivePreUmlnar uhproductivePre1imInar
Preliminary PreUmlnar examinations are now nowbeing nowbeirig nowbeing
being made in the Madera and War Warner Warncr Varner ¬
ner mountain forest reservations of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCalifornia
California in the Gila river reserve reserveof reserveof reserveof
of New Mexico in the Salt Lake rs rsscrvc r rserve rserve
serve of Utah and in the Cassia re reserve reS n nsdrve ¬
S serve sdrve rvo of of1t1abo of1t1aboPORTLAND Idaho IdahoPORTLAND ftlahoPORTLAND
PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineSaIl LineSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returndirect returndirect returndirect
direct directSalt 53150 53150Salt 31SOSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via Ia San an Francisco 4250 4250Salt 4250Salt 4250Salt
Salt Lako to Portland and return returni returnone returnone
i one way W y via Los Angeles ngcIes 5050 5050TIcketB 60 5050Tickets > 0 0Tlokets
Tickets to Portland and return dl dlrcct dlrecto direct
recto on sale daily from May 24 to Sept
30 inclusive Tickets r reading adlng one way wayvia wayvia wayvia
via San Francisco or Los Angeles on onsale ODsale onsale
sale August 7 8 9 10 111213 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 30 3031 31 ii All tickets good for stop stopovers ptopovers stopovers ¬
overs and limited to ninety days from fromdate tromaate fromdate
date of sale Additional Ad ltIonal selling dates datesfor dateIor datesfor
for or tickets via San Francisco or LOB LOBAngeles LosAnge1es tonAngeles
Angeles quoted later City Ticket Of Office Office Offlee ¬
fice 201 Main street streetTo streetr
1 r GO iO A wtlt4d wtlt4dTo
To photograph anything Harry Ship
ler Commercial Photographer 151 So SoIa1n4 SoMain
I Main Ia1n4thone Phone 2S25 S S5 5 K
r I STATE ST A T NEWSKILLEDBYTRAIN NEWS NEWSKILLED WS 1 1KILLED
KILLEDBYTRAIN KILLEDBYTRAINBody KILLED BY TRAIN TRAINBody I IBody
Body of Unknown Man M WFOUrid Found Five FiveMiles FiveMiles FiviMiles
Miles North of Provo ProvoProvoAug ProvoProo ProvoProwo
ProvoAug Proo o Aug Au 2 2ShcrItt Sheriff Harmon re received received reotnived ¬
ceived a telephone message mes aQO from Sir SirClingor M MCllngor
Clingor of Lake View tbjk this morning stat stating 8talIn stat1ni ¬
ing In 1ni that the body of a man had ha been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found on tho San Pedro track at the thecrossing tbocrossing thecrossing
crossing about five five miles north of Provo ProvoThe ProvoThe ProvoThe
The remains were brought In by the thesheriff thesheritt thesheriff
sheriff and are being prepared for bur ¬
ial No inquest InQu t wJU be beheld held The body bod bod1s
Is that of a man about 40 years of ape apeweighing uleweIghing ageweighing
weighing probably 175 17 pounds and nd five
feet eight Inches In height The dead deadman deadman deadman
man was nearly bald on the top of his
head and had light brown hair and nd a asmall asmall asmall
small light brown mustache The body is
terribly mangled and bruised the right
leg being cut off He had been dragged
for some distance from from the north
Whether he fell from the train or was
knocked down while walking along the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track is not known He was dressed dressedIn
In a cheap > navy blue suit There was wasonly wasonly j
only 163 on his person A letter found foundnear toundnear foundnear
near the body badly ba ly torn and crumpled crumpledand crumpledgt1
and lodged d in a free of the track t evi ¬
dently gt1 gt1d belonged 10Jn 10Jnef ef l to Oghl Oghlthit him thit thitt thitfrom It was I sent
Sunetion
from Grand Junction Colo on July 21 21or 21or l lor
or some date after July ulir 20 the last
figure tl ure Is very Indistinct to Louis Braun
Fruita Colo Cob and was wa marked returnable
to Tnco Rasmussen Progress Grocery
Brakery Co Grand Junction Rasmus Rasmussen Rasmuflsen
sen has been communicated with and the
body bo will be held till he Is heard heRrdtrom from
Jt has since been learned that the thename thena1ne thename
name of the dead man was Theodore
Kasmussen the remains having been
identified by a Mr Goette of this place
The deceased had been working at tho
Royal bakery In Provo but took to
drinking and left on Saturday Ho came caineto camet cameto
to t 1J Provo > roo from Colorad and has relatives relativesliving relaUvesUln relativesliving
living Uln at Pueblo PuebioAFTER PuebloAFTER PuebloAFTER
AFTER MILLERS SCALP SCALPCombination SCALPCombination SCALPCombination
Combination Seeks to Secure His H s Re Removal Removal Removal ¬
moval as Postmaster PostmasterSpecial PostmastorSpecial PostmasterSiecial
Special to The Mie Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice EcraldPrice
Price Utah Aug 2 2Petltlons Petitions are In Incirculation incIrculation Incirculation
circulation at Huntington asking for forthe forthe fortine
the removal of Representative George GeorgeM
M Miller as postmaster there on the theground theground theground
ground of not giving the office oftlceproper oftlceproperattention proper properattention properattention
attention which Miller of course coursedenies coursedenies coursedenies
denies it appears to be a a fight be ¬
tween the two leading mercantile es establishments establishments cctablishments ¬
tablishments as to which shall havo the thepostofflce thepostoffice thepostoffice
postoffice in order to attract trade J JTom JTom JTom
Tom Fitch for about ten years post postmaster P09tmaster postmaster ¬
master at Helper has resigned A A Miss I
Grlffln and several others are candi ¬ I
dates for the place with the usual fac ¬
tional fight of a small community In I Ithe
the background backgroundDRINKING backsroundDRINKING backrounDRINKING
DRINKING CAUSES DEATH DEATHSalina DEATHSalina DEATHSaUna
Salina Man Falls From Train and Has HasBoth HasBotl1 HasBoth
Both Legs Cut Off OffHichfiold OtfRlchfiold QffRichfield
Richfield Aur 2 2AICred Alfred Nielson NiclsonJacobs Nielson3acobs NielsonJacobs
Jacobs of SaUna lost his life this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing at about 2 oclock at tLc Salina de depot depot dopot ¬
pot by being run over by the train which whichwas whichwas whichwat
was returning frOm tho circus at Provo
From information received here Nielson
had been out irrigating in the field field and andwhen andhcn andwhen
when hcn returning homo he paswd ISMd the de depot depot dopot ¬
pot where he saw a lot of young men
drinking and having an all around good goodtime goodtime goodtime
time waiting for the return of the thl cir circus clrCUfl circue ¬
cue visitors Nielson Joined them and andwhen andwben andwhen
when the trajn tra n pulled in he was pretty Dtett Dtettwell
well under un or tho influence of liQuor He Hoclimbed HeclImbed Heclimbed
climbed upon the platform of one of the thecoaches thoooaches thecoaches
coaches and when the th train started up
ho In some way lost his balance b lance and andfell andteU andfelt
fell between two of the coaches His
legs fell across one of the rails and the thewheels thewheels thewheels
wheels passed I > over them cuttincr one oneJag oneJog
leg off Just above the knee and the theother theother
other just below tho knee Medical as assistance assistance assistance
sistance was called at once but he died diedin diedIn diedIn
in about two hours from the shock and
loss of blood Nielson was as born and andraised andrahled andraised
raised in SaUna He was about 22 2 years yearsold ybars ybarsold ears earsold
old and unmarried unmarriedHans unmarriedHans unmarriedHans
Hans the 14yearold son of Mr and andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Hans Hermandsen of Elslnorc met metwith metwith metwith
with an accident lost Friday afternoon afternoonTho afternoonThe afternoonThe
The boy was riding horseback near the thecity thecity thecity
city cemetery and in some way he lost losthis losthis losthis
his balance and fell off hitting his head headon headon headerr
on a a rock He was unconscious when whenfound whenfound whenfound
found and remained so for several hours hoursuntil hoursuntil hoursuntil
until restored by medical aid He is now nowout nowout nowOut
out of danger dangerWILL dancrWILL daruerWILL
WILL ABANDON ABANDONOLD OLD LINE LINEi LINEMail LINEMail LINErail
i
Mail rail to Go to Vernal Via Dragon DragonInstead DragonInstead DragonInstead
Instead of Price Unless Order OrderIs
Is Revoked HevokedSpecial itevokedSpecial RevokedSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice HeraldPrice
Price Utah Aug 2 2Tbe The postofflce postofflceUse postomcedepartment
department at W Washington shlngton IS i to adver advertise advertise
tise for bidb during durin the next few civ days daysfor daysfor daysfor
for cacrylng the malls to the Vernal Vernaland Vernaland Vernaland
and reservation re eratlon country from the end endof endof endof
of the Uintah railway at Dragon Utah Utahabandoning Utahabandonlng Utahabandoning
abandoning the line from Price which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been in use for the past twenty twentyyears twentyyears twentyyears
years or mqre and upon which several severalfortunes severalfortunes severalrortunes
fortunes have been made and lost lostHowever lostHoweer lostHowever
However the 200 or more people af affected affected atfected ¬
fected through what Is known as the theNino theNino theNine
Nino Mile country are today circulat circulating circulatIng circulating ¬
ing a petition asking that a postofflce postofflcebe
be established at Smiths Wells fifty fiftymiles fiftymlles fiftymiles
miles out from Price and that I W WOdekirk WOdekirk r rOdekirk
Odekirk be made postmaster These arc arcto ar arto areto
to be forwarded at once to Congress Congressman ConAressman Congressman ¬
man Joseph Howell and to the fourth fourthassistant fourtha581stant fourthassistant
assistant postmaster general at Wash 1Vashington Washington Washington ¬
ington and it is confidently contIdentlybeUeved contIdentlybeUevedtheir believed believedtheir believedtheir
their petition will be granted grantedPROVO grantedPROVO grantedPROVO
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Aug 2 2WillIam William Rose Rosegenioral Rosegenioralmanager general Jenoralmanager generalmanager
manager of the United States floating floatingexposition FJoatin FJoatincxpoliiUon Floatingexposition
exposition of San Francisco and New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York is in the city getting data in re regard re1f1fed regard ¬
gard to manufactures and foreign trade tradeThe
1f1fed gitms
The Intention l et of the company c a el is ntrro ntrroa to load loada
a feet of steamships with wlthan out exhibit of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American products and manufactures manufacturesand
and visit the leading lead In cities of Europe Europeand Europeand Europeand
and other ports of the world Sections Sectionswill Sectionswill Sectionswill
will be given in the ports visited to toAmerican toAmerican toAmerican
American manufactures and salesmen salesmenwill sale salesmenwill mcn mcnwiIJ
will accompany accomp ny tho ships taking orders ordersfor ordersfor ordersfor
for the line of goods represented Mr MrRose Mrnosc MrItoso
Rose Is on his way to California over overthe overthe overthe
the San Pedro Route RouteMargaret RouteMargaret RouteMargaret
Margaret F Daniels of Spanish Spanl h Fork
has commenced suit for divorce against againstJoseph againstJoseph againstJoseph
Joseph E Daniels Dantclsl jr on the grounds groundstiff groundsof
of desertion and fa failure lure to provide Plain PlaintIl Plaintiff
tiff asks ask for the custody of f two minor minorchildren minorchildren I Ichildren
children and for 25 25 5 a month alimony
The parties returned to this city In June
1904 904
a a aALL
ALL TO BE EXAMINED EXAMINEDNew
New Rule For Men In Operating Dc Department Dcpartment Dcpartment
partment of Southern Pacific PacificSan PacificSan PacificSan
San Francisco Aug 2 2General General Man Manager Manager lranager ¬
ager Calvin < oC 01 the Southern Pacific Pacificcompany Pacificcompany Pacificcompany
company has ordered an examination examinationof
of the men m n employed in every branch branchof branchof
of the operating opcr lpg department of the thebis thebig thebig
big railroad syatem Every man who whohas whohas whohas
has anything to do with the handling handlingot
ot trains will have to submit to the theInspection theInspectiOn theInspection
Inspection which 111ch will include a thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough test of 11 t the flight especially as asto asto asto
to colors hearing and the general generalphysical generalphyalcal generalphysical
physical condition To facilitate the theexamination theexamlnaUon theexamination
examination special cars in charge oC oCassistant otasslslnnt ofassistant
assistant surgeons on the various dlvl dlvlsions dlvlslons dlvisions
sions will be sent over overthe the lines IIne stop stopping stoppinS stopping ¬
ping wherever convenience suggests suggestsIt
It is proposed to ren rendu 5w these examt examttlona examftlons examttionni
tlona every three years yearsDouble yearsDouble yearsa yearsDouble
a
Double Track TrackThe TrackThe TraclcThe
The Chicago Northwestern No thwestern Is JstbtIJ JstbtIJonly the theonly theonly
only line double tracked Missouri 1 river riverto riverto riverto
to Chicago and maintains the fastest fastestservice taste5tservlce fasteztservice
service between Omaha and the city at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the lakes lakesIn JakelIn lakesIn
In connection with tho Union Pacific Pacificthree PaolOcUtre PaoIcthree
three Utre daily trains run through solid to toChicago toChicago toChicago
Chicago For Information consult C A AWalker AWalker A AWalker
Walker general agent 33 3 West 2d d So Sostreet Sostreet 5ostreet
street Salt Lake City Citye CitySalt
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Ran Lake Photo Suppl Cp p5upult upp1t l5 l5Dcv cDcv
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OFFICERS ON HIS TRAILFrederiok TRAILPrederick TRAIL TRAILFrederick
Frederick H Perkins PerkiusWanted Wanted to An Answer Answer Answer ¬
swer to the Charge of Em Embezzling Embezzling Embezzling ¬
bezzling 10000 10000Frederick 10000Frcderlck 10000Frederick
Frederick H Perkins P rkine agent and trus trustee trustee truetee ¬
tee of the Black Rock Mining com company company cornpany ¬
pany incorporated under the laws of ofSouth otS oCSouth
South S uth Dakota was charged with em embezzling embe embezzling ¬
bezzling be zllng 510000 lOOOQof of the companys compan s money
yesterday In a complaint sworh to by
R C Vincent before Judge C B DIehl
The warrant was placed in the hands handsof
of Deputy Sheriff Joseph Sharp and andAxel andAxel andtxe1
Axel Steel to serve It is understood understoodthat underBtoodthat understoodthat
that the officers left for some part of ofthe ottt ofthe
the tt state where Perkins has been lo located located located ¬
cated catedThe catedThe catedThe
The offence Is said to have been com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted in Salt Lake and that a strong strongcase strongcase strongcase
case will be made by the prosecution prosecutionPerkins prosecutionP prosecutionPerkins
Perkins P rklns Is well known here in min mining minIng ruinlug ¬
ing circles as a mining engineer He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has lived at 1250 12 O East Fifth South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street with his wife for the last two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years He has made several trips to toArizona toArizona toArizona
Arizona and of late had been pros prospecting prospecting prospecting ¬
pecting near Farmington for an east easttern easttern easttern
tern company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The manner in which he accom accomplished ac accompushed om ompUshed ¬
pUshed the alleged embezzlement is isbeing Isbeing isbeing
being kept a secret and all that can canbe canbe canbe
be learned about the case is what is isset isset isset
set forth In the complaint Mr Per Perkins Perkins Perkins ¬
kins is not in Salt Lake City at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time and nd his whereabouts whereabo ts could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be learned yesterday yeaterdayThe yeeterdaThe yesterdayThe
The accused went to Arizona some sometime sometime sonictime
time ago as consulting engineer and andwhile andwhUe andwhile
while there represented to the Dakota Dakotainvestors DakotaInvestors Dakotainvestors
investors that he was the designer of ofa ofa ofa
a mill that was erected near Consti Constitution Constitution Constitution ¬
tution It Is said that It was after afterwards afterwards afterwards
wards learned that he was wa not the thedesigner th thdesigner thedesigner
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Thursday Specials I IGRMCKERMGXS ICR4GKERJICKS 1 1CRACIERJACKS
GRMCKERMGXS CRACIERJACKS ALL AlL OF THEM THEMSummer THE THESIDer TIIEI1Summer
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Mt Prices Pric Lamm Les Than Hal the Cost of ofManufacture ofManufacture ofManufacture
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ThO lot lot consists consi ts of spuk spik and span clean new ne dainty dhatv muslins JuUna end amifine nn
Swisses SwIs Com Conic In pink pink blue and whie white trimmt trImmed with l lace c ebto ewbrollery O
fine tucks tuck The greatest greatet bargain bagam WP have our offer offered MlJH Ja tints late They Theyarc Th Thurc Theyare I
arc divided into three thre prices prlc an I follows tolows tolows2Dc follows20c otCeroJI1JK t
20c io t 35c Bonnets go at at4Oc tOe tOe40c lOc4Cc
4Oc to B5c Bonnets go at at7Sc a 25c 25c35c 25c75cto 25c75c
7Sc 75cto to S1OO 100 Bonnets go a aSpecial at 35c 35c20c 35cSheets 35cSheets
Sheets and Pillow Cases CasesSpecial CasesSpecial
Special For This Day Only OnlyCOO OnlyC
COO C hemmed pillow plo cases 42x30 423J and 45x36 4 Made Mac1e of cowl ood quality quaiy 9c
soft 10ft finished fnilhed cotton coton worth 15c fpr C C1o
1200 1 shoetii shoe sheetsof tA of our famous Ironclad sheeting sheotng size 2lle 7ix30 7ix30wprth 72X50wprtlt 55
wprth rth 75c 7 uc will wil KO 0 at atFinal atict h hFinal x
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> of cost or value aa a follows followsWalcts tolows tolowsWalete followsWaists
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DONT DELAYCOME DELAY COME TODAY TODAYI
I MAKE IAlE NO CHARQ5E CHAR E for or a friendly talk or eorresi erepondQce correspondence > ondonce Come Cometo
to me In the the strictest confidence tontidence I have b been en exclusively treating trptng pri private plvate privat ¬
vate vate vat and special sSecal diseases disees of men for thirty years Nothing science S00ce tan tandevtsd landevls randevise
devise or or money mone buy IS l s lacking In my office orice equipment I will wn use you youhonestly youhonetlY Youhone5tly
honestly treat teat you skilfully skftuU and restore you to health healh in the tlC shortest shortesttime shortcsttme shortesttime
time tme with the least medicines m dlclnes discomfort and expense practicable practcable I Iguarantee Jgtanteo Iguanantee
guarantee gtanteo to cure any mycat case I undertake If you ou cannot call write wrte for formy fO f fmy
my home cure cureCERTAINTY cureCERTAINTY cureCERTAINTY
CERTAINTY OF CURE AND A SQUARE DEAL IS WHAT YOU WANT WA WANTCOOK T TCOOK
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I CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn TABLE
I In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905I 1905LEAVE
I LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CiTYRO CITYo
o 1 1 13 for Ogden 1 > 5 A Ao Ario > X
rio o 0 6 for Denver and East 85 S5 A Aiio M
RO iio fo 0 2 for Denver and East Eat a i > M Mrio
rio io 0 4 for Denver D lver a anti a d East S71 I I M Mo Mto L
to o II 1 for Ogden and an iol iooal pelntsd05 pelntl P M M
Ko No 10 1 for tor Heber Heer ir roo vo and andMarysvale ane aneo
Marysvale e S 0 < J A At AtNo MNo
No o X for tJ Provo and dErek Eureka 5W P t M Mi
No i 0 ° 3 for Ogden and West 11JO 110 P M MNo AtNo
No 01 1 for Ogden aivJ a West W0tl l 5 P M MMo JL JLNo Ato
Mo No o 5 for Ogden Ogde and West Wet 1035 10 A 1L 1LNo AtMo
No 103 10 for Park an City Ciy 8 SU 15 > A M
No 112 1 for Bingham BlnghamNo 81 1 A M Y
No 114 n < for Bingham 390 111 p M MARRIVE M st stARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITVNo CITYNo
No IS from tom Ogden and ad local localpoints teca localpoints
points 1olnts 9 A St StNo 3 ILNo
No o S I from Denver sad sd Eat Eat azt 1125 1f i s A M MNO Ati L
NO 01 1 from Denver Dever and East 145 1 P M MNo AtNo L LO
No O 8 from fom Denver and East Est 11TX 1 P M MNo lf IL
No No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andasale andMarysvale
Marysvale asale 600 60 F PNo M MNo AtNo
No I from Ogden And We 1 West t 8W Sf 4 A ANo M MNo Atto
No 14 from Ogden 805 P PNo M MNo Ato
No No o 2 from Ogden and Wet West 3401 3 34 P M MNo AtNo L LNo4
No No4 4 from Ogden and ad West 7 5 50 P Po M MN AtI
N I o from 7 7 Eurea Eureka and Provo 1060 10G A M MHo Y Atto
Ho to IW 10 from Park Pak City Ciy 6T5 S P M MNo U Ato
No 0 113 from Blngham Bingham 10sO 10 A M MKo M 3 3No
Ko No 115 U from rom BlnsJutm Blngha J B 540 48 P PERECT IS ISPEBEECT H
ERECT FCT DINING DIING CAR CA SEBVICE SEBVICEAll SERVCE
All A trains tans except exce t Nos 1 to 6 Incluslro IncluslroHop icusive tscluiivtop
Hop I at Intermediate I teredate points pointsSfclcet pointsTicket olnts
Sfclcet Ticket cket office Oltce Dooly Dool block blok Phone Pb0e Pb0eT 308 308T IO IOT
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ou ° u TIME TABLE TABLEKFFKCTIVK TABLEEFFECTIVE
EFFECTIVE EF EtTIVE MAY M1 1ST 1 1805 1805DEPART lQ5 lQ5DEPART 190 190DEPART
DEPART DAILY DAILTFrom DAILYFron DAILYFrom
Fron From Oregon Short Shor Line Depot DepotSalt Depot DepotSlt DepotSalt
Salt Slt Lake Lke City CityNo Cityho < it itlo
No lo 5 5For For or Stockton and Tlntic 7
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District DistrictNo Tlntc 14 3 CI CINo
No 88 iFo 55For For Provo Mercur MercurvaH Mercurt Mercuron
arw0 alonSa on Saispete t
pte 809
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Nty Lynn tJWU 568 vu p 7 Ul mNf illNo UlXo
Xo 1 1For > or Los L Angeles g and In l Intermnedlate C7n
Nf eL n m
termedfate rl e Points PointsNo 03W 83 p m mKo
Ko 55 116Fur For Nepfei and
fFor Nepll intermeIT7n intenneJ n m
diate Points IntumeI30 P PARRIVE Pm °
PointsARRVE ARRIVE ARRVE DAILY DAILYIntermediate DALY DAILYNo
No 2irom From L Lore A Asgeles s amA 6 4 8
Intermediate Intermeite Points POIRt PolatiNo o a m mx
No x 52 From Lynn Provo and andlitterinediate I JUTII j
liitcrmediHte ilt J 1e Points PointsNo 7JU 9W a Ul b
No S6 6From From Mantl Xephi N ami tut tutliternedIste I 1711 1711lnterme
lnterme liternedIste it < itate Paints JaJ 1 j p HI HIIntermediate mXfnt 1 1No
No 4From Nephi Provo and andIntermediate d
Xfnt 5
Intermediate e Points li8 41 j I m 111No
No o 6 iIrom 6Eroni From Tintie District t and an Afl
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Intermediate Intermfdlate Points PointsStandard bOc 1
Standard PullmuH PUnmR Service srve I D Dat Dattween > ai r <
tween Salt Lake Milford Jford Calicn Cael s
Verse V aB and Los LO A ADirec AngeLes AngeLesDirect Anp l B BDirect
Direct Direc Stage Connection ConeUon for fo foDistrItta a 1 T jr
Districts DI8trI t in Southern Sothern Ut Uth Utah h and andincluding 1 < r a aincluding
including intludln Bullfrog BullfrogCity Bulfro BullfrogCity an
City Ciy Picket Tcket Office Ofi No 17 1 i W WSouth S 1
South South Street Stret Telephenes Te IeJ hon i WK WKE 1P56s
E AV v GILLKHT GILLKHTGeneral G OILIElTGesersl iJTT iJTTGeel
General Geel Pa Passenger 6e E r Age AgrJ AgeJ og
J L r MOORE KOHI MOOREDistriet
District Distrt Paaeenser Pa PaseenrerTime r A ATime
I Time Table TableIN TabIIN
J IN EFFECT EFFE3TJUNE EFFE EFFECTJUNl r rJUNE
JUNE I 1905 195RRIVE 1905ARRIVE
ARRIVE RRIVEI
No No4From o 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicaiO ChicaiOOmaha ChicagoOmaha
Omaha St Louie Kansas Kansa 515 15 a
City and Denver DenverButte Denfr DenfrNo Densero
No o SFrom SFrom Ogden PorUan Portland S 6 i
Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo Francsco Francscoo
No o 6 GFrom 6From From Ogden and later latermediate 939 39
mediate Ogea 93 an a a
points pointsNo pints pintsNo pointsNo
No 12 1From 19From From Osden Ode Cache CacheValley CacheValley
Valley and Intermediate Intermediatepoluts Intermediate Intermediatepoints
points pointsNo 1145 5 an i I
No 2 From Ogden Chicago ChicagoSt Chgo
St St Louis Kana K Kanss fS City l lco
Omaha Denver D and San SanFranciaco
Francisco FranciacoNo co coD n jJ S 45 U pns pnsSalt p l m mNo IllNo
No Ifl 1eFom 1GFtom From Ogden 018 Cacfce CacfceVaMev Caele Caelec Caeealev
VaMev alev Butte Portland J and andSan andSan
San Francisco FranciscoBEPART c DEPART BEPARTNo 141 p m mDEPART
No lo 5 5For SFor For Ogden Omaha OraahaChicago Oma OmahaChicago
Chicago Denver e Kansas KansasCity CanzaaCit
City Cit ra and St S Louis LouisNo LouisiIo r 719 a m mNo mNo
No 7 1For For Ogden Portland PortlandButte ortd ortdd ortlandButte
Butte San Francisco and in intermediate 1 ¬
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termediate d points pointsNn pointsIcr t a I
Nn 2n l 1Fo For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago OmahaCicao OmahaChicago
Chicago Cicao Denver Denve Kansas Kasa Kasah KansasCity
City Louts and San
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No o 11 lro ijYor For Ogden Cache Cahe Val Jlfi n
ley and intermediate fnterrdlate points pointso pointsNo IB P V I tm tmNo
No o 3 5For For Ogden Denver DenverKansas DenerKana DenverKansas
Kansas Kana City Cf Omaha Omaha St 51 StLouis M MLouis 5
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNo Chcago ChcagoNo9For P f
No No9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache Cace Val Valley Valley Va1e3 ¬
ley Butte Bute Helena Portland PortlandSan Portand PortandZat PortlandSan
San Francisco O and inter t tll
fl45 n n nmediate
llW M MT
mediate Zat points pointsT 14 p I
T M ECHITMACHEH ECHITMACHEHTraffic SCt SCHUMACHERTraffic CgER CgERTrme
Traffic Trme Manager ManaserE Mager MagerD
D > E BURLEY BURLETG BUEY BUEYG BURLEYGPTA
G GPTA GPTAB P t T A AD A
D S BPENCER BPENCERA SPErCER SPErCERA
A G P i T A ACity A A ACity
City TIcket Office Of ace 201 l Main Street StreetTelephone SreetTeephone StreetTelephone
Ciy Telephone Teephone 259 259Note SXote 250NoteThe an
Note NoteThe The Tt train numbers shown above ebovtare ebove eboveae aboveare
are Oregon Qr < gon Short Line train tain numbers ac aId and anddo < t tdo
do not apply to t the Southern Souther Pacific west westof west westof
of Ogden or 0 the Union Pacific Pa1il east eastthereof eat eatthereof eastthereof
thereof thereofTHE
618 THE lGOON lAGOON no ROAD ROADSalt AD ADSalt
Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon Raiway RaiwaySimon RailwaySimon
Simon Bamborper Bambger Pres P s and Gen Mgr McrA MgrA hr hrA
A A A D PIcrson PIeon Gen Pass Tkt Tkt Ast AstTime A ATime AgITime
Time Table Ta lc In Effect May 30 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE LEVE SALT ST LAKE LE LEG jJ4E6909Uem
623 G 6909Uem a 9 11 a a ra 2 2467Spm 2467SpmLEAVE 4 6 7 S p p m mLEAVE I
aLEA LEAVE LEA VB LAGOON LAGOON73fl LGOOS
73fl Zi W 1 a ro 13 m S i 7 3 1059 11 P to toExtra tn tuExtra
Extra Extra trains Uains 1 on Sundays and Holida HolidaLeave Nold NoldLeae a aLeave
Leave Salt Sat Lake 3 ana 5 p in U Leavr LeavrLagoon Lea LeavtLagoOn
Lagoon Laso n i iad and G p m ru m

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