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1 u u o r U THE r rii i SALT lAim J HEHA1JX SATURDAY AY AUGUST ApGUST > 19 1905 5
FROM UTAH UTAHTO UTAHTO UTAHI
I TO PORTLAND PORTLANDngiiion
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Comm ngiiion iQn rcBQnta PrCfi < mth liepaorial 1It tloriJ1 to toQoinmersial toQ9mm toQicia1
Qoinmersial Q9mm r i J Club of Tlmt City CitySMOOTH Qityj
j L SM SMOOTH OTH OVER OVOLD OLD OLDFEEbiNG OLDFEEbiNGINVITATION FEgLtNG FEgLtNGINVITATION FELINGINVITATION
INVITATION EMPLOYS FOUR OF OFSTATES OFSTAT OFSTATF4TA
STATES STAT STATF4TA MgTAUS MgTAUSArtvjooa MIiTAI MIiTAI4tvo
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Artvjooa 4tvo firem Qm Portland ODe ot tai tfdl oC Q Qj ft
Joyful j 1 vwit YQn In t tmt gUy that th i mpl IIDjt4tI RrHea RrHeaihe ijt ijtthe
the cementing c of o frjonrtaliip frhma hln hetween betwe n ntho
tho th two commpnitlBS of J Portland rUan and andSqJt
SaJt kttKe e City vhleh h Juul a haen haenstrained bQel1strained
strained through throlU h an n vnpleasantno tuJl stJJ1tnt i 3 3th Bt11at
th that t ares when Salt flt LaKe ae City was a nompetltQf
Competitor with Denver IJ mvQr fpr ortJ1e r the he heart henlquartera
auartera of o the J 4flOr1 mar Jtn fln m inlnlng con con9ram conf1ffftN conri
9ram ri following Fi > 110wlnR Jg 1 Ui the acoount acqcjp which wl1toUDDtOrad
auMared In the th Portland Journal of u
last Ja l 1UflfidQY 1UflfidQYThe uwday
The QlQing qLn Q8in oh phtljptfU ohkp lpt P An In ft tQry of ofre
reconelllatlon re < onoUl Uon hptweait Jitwe n the two groat groatomn10nweaIlhB
tominonwealtliB of Utah Uta ana snt nd Oregon OregonWH8 Oregonwn
WH8 wn w toJ4 t In n a prenentatlan 11retHmtaUtmmadtt mnde at t the thoort1Md
Portl ort1Md n4 Commercial cjub at t t 12 oolopk Q JODK
lunehepn to today ay The fffiltl ei of friendship friendshipWQS
was a beautifully engraved n rpvel silver me memorlftl memOIII
morlftl mona bout 19 1 inojiMB Jn llotl gquare hor horiere4
deJ1 iere4 hy I A frame of gold conner and andsilver Jtndsllv
silver sllv and riveted to a mahogany t1lGho P
bQajrd bqNlpr pr sentQ4i ent hy the th tI p Utah oommiB oommiBaleu 6QJ11mitlslen
aleu std ta the tl Portland P ° rtUtn4 Commercial Qmmarcl t cluh cluhOlt clJbOlti
Old Feeling Forgotten ForgottenWhile FgrgottenWhU
While not th the allprhtoat reference to tothe
the ijgiiifi ignltieant1o anQ0 of the tJ btory vag n uTRdo uTRdothe liIftdohO Lido
hO anyone nt the luncheon it i sthl rni V
the function diTheR a diplomatic met Incifl80t V
dent between bQtw 9f1 tht huplnsss men m n Qf the th V
tv t two pt Pt t ttet1 ef > that h bi4 oil 4 UP tt origin atl in avay nw y
b bKOK oK In the t e p PArHaml rtlana meetIng m tlm of f the theAmerican
American Mining1 Mjpjn congress when an anacrimonious anacrimonfotJ8 anacrIrnon1o
acrimonious acrIrnon1o debate c1 1baI b t between Late LafcPence LafePence LatePence
Pence for Denver and Judge Powers Powersfor
for Salt Sn1tLake r Lake aK placed the Portland con contingent V
tingent in thP th t emburragHjnff position of ofan ofan
an umpire between two hostile ho Ule delega delegaHons I
tions The Th Utah man en thought tl1 l l1t Portland portlandshould
should step Jn and vindicate them in inwhat Inwhat Int
t what they tho rffar3od ardod as an n insult to totheir totheir
9 their state The Colorado men held
Portland ought to do them tQ tn a a similar similarservice etrnllarervjce
service 3 lvice Portland kept hands off or until untilie
tAe fJhe ie feeling cooled but the result for a i
time t mil threatened t rnt t6tt to become ID n entrwife entrwifenisnt eijtiflgernnt
nisnt between oommunltlea that had hadit
it formerly entertained ent ltaln d only onJ the Warmest Warmestregard varmeoti armeI
i 1 regard regar 1 for each other The Portland I
Commercial club and Governor Cutler
have played important parts In the th reg r re
toratlon of the cordial c rd4al feelings dls 115pJayed <
played at today3 ti > QylJ Junoheqnt at which vhlc1 t
the guests of honor were five of the thetah
Ttah tah commiaaionera to o the Lewis and thcI uu I
Clark tr wtpoaltlon PQIiIUonF P W V PIshburn W
Greene Rudolph nU QIPh Kuehler Wesley We Wes1e tey K T
Walton and Secretary M F Cunning
ham hamUThe
The presentation speech was made madeny rnad
by ii ny Mr Fl Fiijo Pthburn hourn urn < n nf behalf bflU of n the th rnadt Utah Utahman Utahmen t I
man and when the beautiful plate platewith PlutawJt1 3
with Ha rich metal Plt tp1 frame and mahog mphogany
any ny hacHeround b was handed Over tp tt
Seeretary Slor t ty Riqhardggn of the Commer
f fh1 laj elub a murmur q QC admiration went L
through the th dJnlnR room lO m Mr Fish
burn Mitt swUdUtahs MittU j
Utahs U i4h8 WQr Words s of Peacew Peace
II w we Rhall never fergt th the klnil intl hoe hospitp not notpitfthle hoenitplilu
pitfthle pitp I gfrt Ift grettng tinp tln yom orsaniJatlon orJni atlon 8 s gqv gqvtnt ve veUH velift
UH when wh n we mnd made our ur first visit to your yourcJty youCity a1r
city in March last and we want to tell tellyou
you that you have a warm W tPl apot in our Q1r1Mrts op
hearts which whh I f f881 i 8Ure Rur ur will never nevergrow neverATOW iievegrow opr r
grow cold And nd that we mlpht more
fully express that friendly feeling for foryou forYOU to toyou
you we have had arranged an invita 1nItaM ivIta ivItaIL
M IL tlon for or the membarti memb of o the t tim ft Qommer Qommercial fommertela1
11 tela1 cial club to participate with U ltft in the tb 0
T7tah U h day oeramonl rem ntilfl P which will be beheld behetf b bhelI e 0e
held the 84th th of the present month at atOClQQ1c 3 3ocjQok 1ocluot
< ocjQok p m in the Utah state build building bUildint ¬
ing mi The invitation consist of bpildr four touror ou r
of the principal minerals of o our state statesilver oua a
silver i1ver gold 1 1 copper and Iron Jn the theproduction Uteproduction th thTproducUon e I
production of silver snv r we lead them all nll1 I
in gold we rank fourth In copper oppeIPJ oppeIPJprod QUI QUIproduotkin r rprotlutttkrn
produotkin prod uotkm i h Is steadily Increasing
Governor Chamberlain and President President Presi Pretdent ¬
dent H M 1 Cake responded r ponded Mr Cake Cakesaid Cakesaid Cak C Csaid
said saidII
saidWo II Wo thank 11 his excellency qcoe11en Qetl4n Governor r
Cutler oPnd nd you Q1 gentleman J nU P14M1 members rnem erij of ofthe qfthe 4 t
the Lewis and Clark commission for to r 4r
this exquisite token of the kindly feel feelIng feeling eel eelJng
Ing entertained by y your people for our ouroluh on r relub
dub our atat statl stattlui tho same will over overadorn overadorn ov p
adorn the walla of o our club an kqen kqenrver kQeDver Roe Roeever p pp u
ever ver frwsh the memories of this t li aqua OQQaskw oqQIliilon r
skw lon and ot a former on one whun wo hQd hii i ciV cithe
the honor and nd ploaauro of being your you Our OurQftta V V r
L hoata hoataFive Qftta QfttaFive
Five high diving horses Sallalr toH to I
day
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e 0 0HOUSE
HOUSE NOT HIS CASTLE CASTLEWhen CASTLEa CASTLEWhen
a When Qffloer Is Serving Scrvin Uevy vy qn qnHim emT g n nT i
T Him Johnson Fln FlnTh Plnd PlndThe EJnd5Ti
Th The old Idea Unit a rnHn8 m nti house hou Q i Jils Jilsoagtl 11tsa3U h i 19
oagtl sot go Tniman Johnson J hnS6n into trouble troubleyagtdfday troubloi trobl trobl8tei4ny La iLa
i yagtdfday it8rd Johnson didnt UHdojstand UHdojstandthe d dthe
the law about lavyingr tnn on property ant antjJn anttn an il ilha U
Jn consequence con 9fl1ence went to Jail He wag wagreleftsatt Wl Wlr w I IreIeo
releftsatt r reIeo J d on his hi own raooKnfaanca la ltn t tovenltl t86Inln8 tevening
evening ovenltl b but U will wilthY have to arwYO JiWf V Cil tll tllchnrg tho thochuS 10 10chtire o
chnrg of vesintlim an onloer otne r
Deputy Sheriff Booth Is the oiHcar In InqUWtion IIIJ1fUlUon I Iqueitton n
qUWtion Booth l ooth had an attachment attu hmont to 1 o 0I
I levy on woine personal property be bt
loiiElnjr JOInrl to JohnHon who lives on o Sec Second Socond So Soand ¬
ond IflBHt 1Ia t street atre t near Fourth Bputh Bputhstreet SQuthfcltrept H ul uletreot
street B Booth x > th went to the house and g nd a
then the truuble came cameJohn cameJohnson
John Johnson MJn iriHBtil Iru lat l that the oflloftr bad badbo ha a d l lno
no business in hia vaaldaneo He Ie hunt hag g
to thy iden Ide that R s iwnna houaa IQUKt Is his blach hiscMt1e Is Iscastle
ch castle U Booth trl tried a to explain but butpJInAtJons q < 3 I It i
plunAtiona did not pp t and finally 11nitlI 11nitlICaIne it itrain ItfUrl t
rain CaIne fUrl to n struggle john Joitnoon on trl tried d to I La i
block the door Jut iBaoth placed pla ed him himer Mmunder htmunder
under er arrest > I
At the Cuunty jail John Johimor lonnnon on was ro
lettscd JC8 d on IUH bi own ow rtooifnlsanee He Hewill TIcwUl Tiewill
will appear today for arralSilirnant nrrJllJium It blj Pa
fore Justice Dana T l Smith mtthV mtthDIED
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DIED DIEDFORMAN DIEDFOIU1ANAt DIEDtOlMANt
FORMAN FOIU1ANAt At SiUtair lta1 Aue Au 18 JOfflS Wf VRl
t tlltl r T Forman son OJ pf Thomas and nd
N4H Grow Konunn aged 2ce 1 17 years 8Qrs 7 7months 7moaths
months tlls and 86 G days daysJfiinera1 >
Jfiinera1 service rlJce will be held Sunday
at IS 1 noon from the East Jordan ward wardmo wprdmftttln wardmeeting
mo mftttln ti g house Friends are Invited to toattend toattMld toattend
attend and fan ltn view th the remains on day daytf
tf r funeral at the th meeting house from
11JO a a m to 12 1 noon noonA nlonurthe rvouortheBthj
urthe ortheBthj ortheBthjIE Baby BabyI V
rf IE I i
4 A babe in the house hOJ Ig Ia a wellspring weUspringfof
of pleasure pleac > urc If if he is properly fed and andwell andwell andwell
well nourished then hi lYe is happy and andeverybody andevery andcvcrytody
everybody every ody is happy happyYour happyYour happyYour
V Your baby ba y will be healthy and happy happyand bappyand
and a wellspring of pleasure if you youwill youwiJ1 youwill
will give him hi Mellins Food FoodSample Foodampfc FoodSample
Sample bottle sent free of offlaIlla charge chargechafe ch rfC rfCHaUla
HaUla Ie eaa h the 0 ONLY If L T I Tafts rt
YQ Yeo1wblcl Jscl ecelv eeIyc4 d the Gralul Prize
the blJihet award of o the LoalslaR PUt PUtchExposlU Parcttae
chafe chExposlU Exposition St Louis 1904 High Higher Klaker XIdkCr ¬
er than tha ft it el4 14 1 aedal aedalJ4ELLIN ecal edalIELLIN
J4ELLIN rQ QQP P Q ti M Mf
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I OGDCNflEWS OGDCNflEWSQffic OfiDfN NlWSI NIWS
Qffic ffl ftc 2484 = 4 484 Washington Whlnton t n nQD AY AYQgden Atc
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Qgden QD cn Saturday S Satqrda tLlr tr A At g V1 19 1 v vlAW
uw AND ANDT1QUETTE ETIQUETTE ETIQUETTEchgol
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chgol 3par patdind par < l and City Treasurer 1r alJrtr at atOuts atORt wtPuts
Outs Over Ov v r Qtfeation With WithSlusfc WithTWQ
Two Twotet J1ha ea eat1
V Slusfc t1 tet t tho l board b rd of education pay l y tvsstf tvsstfgn tL Qft QftJP
gn O Og n sohool property prPI rQt if SQ fit i the th troAsurer troAsurerObliged trtm Qrtr Qrtrg V
Oli Obliged g Uged t tu come to the office of thP thPHJwrdi
Im li HJwrdi qLri 1 or must th beard mu 8 n4 the th ttyc t tfl to tothe tnthe
the ti le office of the treasurer These Th two twoquestions
q questions fill itI Uons InvPlVfwJ InPtv 1 ft dispute that is ant V
to I c be tested in the the courts The board last laitt1hrtlt
yjffltt t1hrtlt l ight wiled en oh Attorney ttI1rIl0y O c Rlulwrda
fs f for or ah u opinion whether the city c1P ty can tux
s SQliao QhooJ property for ogngtruption Qn tr1UQn qf aide Iitu
1 walks walkS w alks sewers paving curbing and gut
tqr Mrinfir tc tcli ning n This bls topic was the th hq L principal NnlI 1 one on
g up li D for f ftdlrg tdlrg dlsuusslpn lJSl UI t hyU J ijight8 meeting UVCUHgne V
I One O ne of f the boar4i r3 who to nfaaec had examined g V
t the th tn he huyt gtatad tattW that Whool t hool property pro could eQ
n not ot bo q taxt tg taxed tfHI > 4 pith plttwr > r fop tot g general ntrn Prty PP spegiftl V
purposes purposesuecently fl 0 0t
uecently t ece lt1y H bill tI for fo J2O O4 canie to tl thfl tht 0 t
c cl clnrli ork rji of o tile board from fro m the city treasurer treasureron ll 1r J
o on 0 iwuount of navJng naViIt the th sidewalk in
l I front rU rvIIt t qf it tjp th s high llQh fiflhppl otpI The clerk re r ¬
J turned L urnl urLl l Jt asking ask n that it be varifia be hern
loic f 01 a 11 notary Previous to this another
j biJlnd bJl b lt 11m V btfn be n liet ettt n In which had h not no t be n
verified y rlt ed baforo a notary nota aim ha4 been beennftW burntnid
nftW 71 uit nid Th T1 Blerk tijinkiPe that the t oni gmtg itnil
a ajpnt IItIL C was ulmnly an oversight at a eo1t i qt > t both I
olaims t nJms back to the city tty treasurer usklnt
t hat at they be verified The Th e treasurer rai railQia ro
lQia W IQj < l that tat tX hULes < 8 war vqe payabla IHJ ala gt his oN Qr
Dee t ce and that he did 111 not have to fo fo out
a ao 1tQl tar theni th m H Ito also lliQ Informed Ihu th ttu pierK Qler
qf o r the board l that he did not intend tQ mc I
spend W wnd money on notaries fees The eterH CtCF
Rroujrht I rous > ht the tll matter before be or the th board 1 and a at L
fhe t he t bpapd ltOa stood It by y t tho 0 clerk ct rk T This is in
iren wqunt dont started t rt8 the e memberg me er to looking1 IOO 1g yp u
tifin LIt LI IA I law and they came to the concluslpu Ollclud9tl1i1t uL L
t t hat suhuol property nrutiort should pot be Ie Ieor taxed 1tlX G
for 4 Qr or any purpose James Malverson hgs ha llOiOtifleti
nptifl fl ptifled d the board that the th hlffh 6 euhOQ qltot qltotavement hool
pavement U avement and sidewalks must be b Paid by byurer b v
AuH 4 ug 2 Till lictard q ordafcd thft olt oly trea8 trea
v urer rttr to be notified that a warrant for the diemOunt tt t
H amount iflOUnt is at thq tk office of tiP clerk al J1k and aic I
j may m ay bo had on the presentation of a I
youcher 1 oucher pronerlir certifed certiedThere There the tb I
matter nutter rests restsAt restsAt restsAl
At the meeting last night the appoint appointm0nt appolntnuwt
jj m0nt m t of Janitors was US tken up and all al i
t the he e former r Janitors Janft ors who served eervv erv last year yearwere ycuare oor oorWOSe
T were w are reanpojnted reanpojntedTho
Tho V realimntipn r a JmMIQn of Reuben neu n g Evans Evantrcp
f i from t rcp th th9 ejjpoaitlQn Qtpu lt19n ot teatihapwns t tau1tez oqh61 W11S re
oqjved o 9 < tv
OFF QFFFORPORTLAND QFFFORPORTLANDTabernacle FOR F R PORTLAND PORTLANDTabcrngcle PORT AND ANDTabcrn
Tabernacle Tabcrn clf QhgfP hlrSpcIi Speeded SPQc l d on Way by byMany byMany b f fMany
Many Friends FriendsOgden fricndiden IriendsOgtien
Ogden Tabernacle Tcl efI1ule > Choir C oir was wn the th le lee leen e elIiffl
i e lIiffl en nd Of hannrg b n r ftJonff oIig the th sides sl 6 of each eachof eachof ee
c of o f seven PuHman pars composing the theSDeolal tb tbneolal s
SDeoiol s train that left tho Ogden union I Iepot t
c depot d epot yesterday morning nu rntnt for Portland
I J Paasanger l P aasMger Agent A 4 B Mosely MOil Y went we with w1t 1t i
1 the choir having ha ng personal P rsoual pharge of the III 0 j
f comfort c of the pusaeneera VUs nger PharrO TfTe or Tile scenes S
about 4 the t4 daoot from 7 tilt SO quilt an n hpur hpurscenes hpti I
l nt ator r were such p to t6mln4 on otto at tha th
scenes I IOfm pIo just prior rlor to t the IUl nailing UiPif for Europe C >
of o < some big steamer stealn r Those rho who were in I a J
i attendanee a ac t to sea JI their th lr friends > of o the Iti 0 a
ohoir c hoir depart rt for tho Rosa City ly out V
n numbered ny far np thosa will were vere gong gao
fl1d t itU nd all wtU 1 wag hurrv and apparent ttpp retlt confu
don i while the members were being direct t
ed i et to o their t elr proper prPI 1 care and seats at Fred Pre f 1
J 1 Kioetil I IQIiI vho hI tartedthe uuted th tite movement Q lfpt to I C >
semi e the tic slnera to Portland PQrtl nd and who whotha wit 0 s
4 l jpt tt It mavl inuwtiig In aPite PH Q un Qtmt otmIaq1e gJ
vita at the tli te 410101 Qt QJ4 rcci a a conljtnn 11 l I
flr Irg qf q 5N6t1ne arid JQod WPrQ s BPeILIC J hJ 5
tha t h he members of o the choir e olr there Uu re were Wtlf vere over ove 2 P
= 0 othw Ogden Og el residents r ll1fmta who went w won nt Vt t
JOPK QPf on ii thq sam f1 m train Tho T po train tl ln BlwUd 4 1
r 10001 tutt oli Portland P rtlfnd about noon oon today todayMORE tQdll tQdllMOR todayMOFiE
MORE MOR LITIGATION PEQUN PEQUNF BEcWNajmrs EglJNFlrnH
F FlrnH riners r of ° f North Ogden Djaputinp DjaputinpOyep Diliputinpov OIpqtip 0 pOVcr
Oyep ov r Ownership Own rshfp of Uand UandJudge LtndJud Ltnd1Judge
Judge Jud Q Aisnstrons of the First Fir t district ttV t
court < noting for Judge Hofell Ituetl ha hilI > grant
ad i a temporfiry injunction in to the thQcWe case of ofBqth t f
L
JohJ WoO lf1ela < aJmtnat 4rthur M I Gar
1e rice Bqth live Jn North ogden fird n And the til e
dtape l epnte < pte as to owpersthip ownel hip of a certain certainriaoe Q rWJn n
ple riaoe e of land is responsible for the law
j nt M It The te complaint ailepes aU Jcp thatWood t Litat f1tl Wooq Voot I T
JolO has torn down OWl fenoeq tcno6 and entered enters
on the land of plaintiff and damaged d maged him hti
to the amount af Q J500 He claims that tht Lt t
the t twine Ipf down pf th the fences fena pennjts P permit fJ1Jlts s
t the e stooHt6 stoo 510015 t to enter r upon IRQ tpoi the land qd and nn and that thathearinar tin i5t t
this dam damnnu 1CI wfll cQntlnue to be tntlg Infiult fa tcl w
unless Untte the
court hall J prevent JUdJrft Jtb t
Jrmstro Arrnetrong lp tot fjt 5 iopt Pf i a th the tlm IIrnc t r
hearinar on the t a m1t motion on to It mafte the th tam
porary rnr injunction permanent p permanentBurIar rmamtt rmamttBurplar
Burglar Soared 8 qrcd Away AwayA
A byrsrlar entered ent > red the jipmo Qmo pf JoelJ Joel J
ir 1TarrlB rra i3J5 tI Evans jmmue about 530 last la
avonlng V on I n but bdut Wa was > rrlsrht frihffJne nea t away fcefqre efQN efg a
be Q secured secue cay p ny booty Mr and irs l S i
Harris Irrla were w m away a a from rent home but nit t the t to
front rapt door was unlocked Inoe f Mrs ft1J Peery P 1cer cry
wfc who ° liv I1vQI 1tvq n ne next xt dopr to II the Harris resi r i ¬ 1
deuce fi Sw v the fellow tllo crawling crawl f11f J u1untt Uo U and ar iti d
save th the i alarm lie n mahea Ih out through througha thTOmh titiont lb h
tiio 11 bac back d tlioi O r olin climbed d the rQtl fozjqe tu tt U Utal bll1 Ii
na park ItJlt tlslpPt4red frJ V gBft gip
f a good rood d ttiQrlIiUI arlptlQrt of th thM man to i Ue ie pf p
fleers flO
City Council S asiqn asiqnThe 8SjQflThip slqnTJIP
The city ity council inapeoinJ t lwla1 e seIon salon lon last In et t
tllgjtt IR TJIP t eanvaeod nVa th the vt Quat nt the tiOIh en
oM 8 It s sawor wer bond 1mn ciwstion on Am Aug a 1 Tho Thowlili Pl B
0M wlili yRe < i Pf o the tt vot Veto showed I1h WOO ths th results resultsas rasut 15 H
as lt heretofore < published In The Th Haraia ii
A quorum was not et pre pr prnt nt fn and nd JHu henq i ng ge no o i
ether bugin Y uing i su ceuia be tskiP t kll UP upOgd u uV uQUIan
V
Ogden Ogd n Brlofs BrlofsMr UriefMr ri ffi ffiMr
Mr and Mr ML > frs n T P Harris HRTt lI ajre Rf to leave J lea aVft a
in a few pw W dayti fpr CWifornla on o a u two Lv ra oV
weeks w ttl < fIf vacation trip tripnl tripNU V
Mlas nl NPII Tswkatt Ti Qtt1 ojgrk of tha juven Juv a
Us egurt nrt it quite in n nt it U I lion tlr r hom und a td
typhoid fever is f fearedThe feared AfOa AfOaTho
The MacktSwaln Theatre comji qOrn conpMn ut ny will W hi U
play The J10 Lady of Lyons this till ufternooip uftemo
at t the Grand Grnu rai4 opera hOWfe Of p an a this hltl even eye ven
mpg In The Hver Uv r Pagger1 Pagger1W lfrtfer lfrtferV
W V M Ooodale yesterday yoatfrd Y took chnxue chnxueOffden ch eha ro o
at the bUIinNft he heretofore retotar QQntuotttJ nli
Ogden O hm Jlroa fifroocry Mr Ooodnl Jo nl pur pu 1
ojmaea oIU t3a th the bualnw uln from rpm V VFrank the th former own ownFrnnk OW
ert
Frank outhworth of of Thrnvor anj lu1 flfl 4i
Edith J Tnrnttli arrlHl Rrrl lh o ot Bnrhuf1 apr prnaTkie ngvui PnnVOf Alo ti w iyi r
mar marEIa4 ltm Y8Htaroul JttornQQI 41 the Offi
R1tchlo Clt lt flt gPttJtv elena ti f EhJ 12Ider r geQri geu I
L B Spencer lias ha fI as 0 nls tls guqsts Clmrlos Chart
J3 i Marks prof profqseoc > rQtq t5sop o pf dUlL faiBlneerlnc engtper11HI lpeerlJ t
fit t Stanford Stnnt rd university Hud d A W HmHli sinK
atreptop of oupinerinf onln rlnR ot SlbJoy lbllY poiiaae poiiaaep JolI Q
p oC Cornell university universityThe unlvtraltTh iin1vrsityThp
i The Th fun t fnntrah n raj I of thq th late Qliria IJaneen IJaneenDaniel jJana
will occur to today hy JJt 2 Qcloc1t clooIc in i the m me t
1J1J hOQ6 ot HuntlsvUJo if which town tOy
Mr Ir Han 1ianean Ttd hd IIve4 rect tor Qr mln many y yearn ll i Jo
tiled fd Wedneaday ednvay fnErht fnErhtDnnl p4gitDaniel
Daniel Dnnl l J a Dllroh uw h Baxi flar1ow lLMoY < ow B Wilson W1J n W V
HT H P Pury ory anti Jj f T II Murdock who were we
Ogden men who drew lucky numbers > in
tint tend drawing marL about J poipek plq k thia lii i
marring coin olnl by teuan to the reserva r crva ¬
tion tionEdgrar
Edgar ar I LeRoy eRoy the 10monthsold son ef efAdams °
4 3 an4 Iatlu hl Spl1n1S tiled lccJ ThJf Thurdi sonV rlJJ V
li ufternoog temooI at tile family r residOnce idence
Adams avenue of cholera inCantum Fu F U
noral services will bo held today aX a 2 n
m at tho th ° residence residenceMr r ldcnce ldcnceIr V
Mr Ir and Mrs D DP F Beacom of Bland finn ti
inavljlp Ill 1 loft 1tfar far J Portjand QrtJ nd yeaterday e t r Y1
after a short sta stay In Ogden as gqest 01 t tDr
Dr and Mrs Gv George t ttwo W V Baker The 1
two dpQtors dpQ o11t were < class mates in ft Qologc Qologcleli polio
thirteen i Clf ° O4 8J tfJ VJsltQrl sltqr wero we
given a ride de up Ogden canY 11 and wero we
delighted leli ellght htwl d with Its magnificent scenery ftcep ry aa
well as with Ogden generally generaU andita
am no sur Iir u
foundings foundingsTlie TQund1ngsi
Tlie Ite county altoniey E T HnlaJJisjcJ Hulanfs
yesterday Issued 1s uod V VWrank
ft warrant vara charging1 charging1Wank
Wrank Johnson wlio plashed I5lafh n n coluroa color
man Albert Taylor Thursday night with ai ii
4 knife with assault with a dettdjy d 1AJy wca we a
pun p Jn The county attprney alt rney also alsoIs Issued Ud a V
complaint and warrant charging chU tnC W J
Orosbio with the larceny 111XCfl of a awalOh watoh from Ira rn
an acquaintance whom lie ha4 Known for f
or1 i
About 1 an hour hourMany hourMany our I
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Many friends of the former pastor of t
tho Methodist church Rev Georsra P i
Fry J ry will be plained pl red to hear of hi his death 4ea enth V
on July 30 at Eureka Springs Ark Arl At i I
tho tlmo of his death he was wa a pastor of o V I
Pontoon Tex He Is survived by a n vrtd wi ti
ow four daughters and a son
Miss Iss Lulu Austin of Boulder BQul Je < r Cola CoJq who °
bus boon visiting with her sister Airs IM B Bhomo
1i Sooy In this thl city rotumOd rotumo to h or V r
homo yesterday Y t6rd y to resume her er duties ps 1 I
a teacher in tlwi t public pu Uq scfioQla I3ch g1s pf that th a V
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jn h O the th latter pookat ww WA pqnnd QYn ever evere to toin
the in e district iitrlet court C otrt yesterday Y e terdtlY to ans ansthe answer to tothe toe
the Th e ch charge r of attempted ttteml1 nttempteaiareeny et1 V larceny larcenyI hTQen hTQenSUJJ V
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1 t tee to t ee appointed to 1el adept ot a ft site fop the II pro proBASY uropose proosed
I pose p osed J central eJln Utah experimental farm hG baa baaeen
I bel b bo een CilU4if for next MondaY In the office ofrlceof officef
of o f the tMe hU1d itoanil om1 It t i itt p attutieted ntcted
tl tlmt t lu aenu nn infinite propositions concern
Inn l og the itlS ofterct wIll yo he cQP copenheresi copenheresi1iASY herea herea1iJASY
BASY WITH WITI THE BOYS BOY flOYTiie The he four fouryoung fourY fourouflg
yt young Y ouflg ohleken IQken thieveq thi velt who have HIVa matte
things t SQ 0 lively Jivel > for the police iluflns four
w weels eeks eka pafit pa t were W l relpaaet relpa et1IY Ijy Jud Tudgs e Brown rpwn
gf o f the 116 JUvenHe Wenn court yesterday Tftsy rr y
confessed e tq having avpg stolen sixtyelght sixtyelghtchiqkens sbtyo h
chiqkens c an anti < J than sat Dt tired of rememtoftr r remomburog
in l og All 11 are now un tinder < ler augpowlpcl lIen aenenoea
tenons t enoea to the reform school The police flgH
Imcl l ied hepefl QPf tP send end them to that th t Institu In Utq ¬
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rrnES 10 TAK TAKE nH CHU4D FRO FROtt FROttOfbohorf I
HOMIS H Ofbohorf Raugrt Sweneon w wanted ntea to take tR o
his hi li la year l yenrolci npl 0ld hoy toLopan last In > t evening
and a nti Mrs gwopson objector jeote At this t lft point
narratives n Utter When hen the police got ot tp
the t he Bwenson home at u fib tiLt Mrst South Southhers nuttt
Jitre tret t Uw place was In n an n uproar tllGh
hers h era old eome ome in on o the scene cQnc SISQ a o Jirg Mr
aweusnna SW a wetisnna I18I1nl three sisters sls ort3 a ul1d fl these claimed oljim tl
that Swanson had beaten boate his wife and
threatened thrQt Qd her 1 r life with a ri rezor or Swen wep
son s on claimed he was starting t rtJlg to shave
wheii WQ w wo ilan Il all 3UIrUeJi parties concerned cOle Pr qQ gwgopeU Wggp down
on o n 1 him ll Jfe was arrested an 6 1 ehare charged har et with
disturbing tI th tiq r peace He ja bi1 iSV a street Street rt oar oaraq04
man aq04 an4 un l has lived in SftJt pJt J LPko ko 0 0VORlll several severalWORTH
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WORTH A s VISIT Y1SrrJho The new citing
store a tor of Privies PQVJ ft Co 39 O South anth Main
win pupa Saturday uturd y August to The
latest J t lit designs d nlign and shapes JiJHIP In n ohinaware
glaaauare g out slaps V Japanese JfIpQn 58 goodi goodirop aectia
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Bread read V Qur crown label on Qve QVQr av y Jp l 1cat f
standg stand for quality and p1l4putlty n4 purity VPUFitVVAt At A ail ailMiss t
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HQRSiS HQ SES MAY NOW RESTNew REST RESTITew RESTew
New ew PatroJ Team Will Be Bouglit BouglitWlien aQu ThiightWhen ht htWIlen
When Oity Council Eetums EetumsProm Ret1rnhom Returiisom
Prom om Portland PortlandNew Jortla oTt1andNew d dN
New N w patrol P tT6l horge hon will m relieve t H the theworn thiI theWorn
worn put brutes who have V become becomecripples 1ooomeerlPJJfls becomecripples
I cripples in the service of the t he city This ThisWill rrhiWm Thisvnl
Will be done as goon oon as the council COUlcnC1m councilcomes
j comes C1m ij beaR from ita ffr Portland trip A Aresolution
I t resolution > PlutQJ authorising a1thorj inQ the purohaue IIUfOh te Of ofI ofa
t i a team t atn will be pushed pus through The ThecauJonrmm Theconuohimen
cQunollmen have been eenAnVl canvassed sed and andj AniIt
It t la understood ltn t ratood they are ar unanimously unflfljm fl4sly
i in favor o at the work warltI wnrkho
I The T ho e present patrol team Ja a sad ex exi example
i ample of the futility tuUU y of trying to make m makeone he heone
S one team do the work where two are nnn areneeded
needed n eQe Just a year y at ago the animals animalswere pniP1alswer anImalswere
were wer fresh tre h from the Weber Teber county fair fairwhere fairwher fairwhere
where they had h d won fir nrgt t vrl prle 1l against againstmany 6uini 6uinimany
many competitors competitorsThey ompetitorsThY
They were We a a pretty team then Their Thalrarched fJttJlrI Theirarched
I I arched neoka n 1tft and elo ahossy y aides brought brOUfIhtadmlrntJon broughtatlmimtlcia
t admimtion from all who saw them
II Tbjiy f y were w rq speedy Mp edy too Hurry UP runs rUn rUngr runsof
j Qf the wagon w gm meant numb time Put 3Uttwelvd 1t 1ttwelvQ
twelve months m nt112 service serv1 fpr the city eft eftwhloh
which prosecutes pro cutes private individuals Qll QJch eu eucharges
charges ch r s of cruelty ru 1ty to animals has made
hacks of them t em Today they t ey are ar br6k brOken n
down and spiritless spiritlessPlST spiritless131g plrltle8ii
PlST i sores have come where their theircollars theJJOQnan theirvohlax
collars rubbed rn Q They limp when they the theleave
leave the stable > Thr heads h hang hangand PB J1gAn
anc An and l they have 1uw lost tQ t all n spirit One year ypardid Y yeardid ar ardid
did it They The sot no rest hours No NPmatter Nomatter Nomatter
matter what their condition they had to
be ready to jump into the harness at atany atany
any tim time It qs used 1 them up r They ey are f1eth arethe
the th sixth team In six years to go under underand underand
and all thQ thee teams were vero SQOd animals
Salt Lake Is I the ppl city ct in the west westthat westthat westthat
that uses only one team of patrol
horses It has f pent more money In
thla way during the past six years ari
than rtn n other oltjea spend In three times
that t period period1lit
But qt at any rate rat the t11 t unfortunate
blut brutes 1I who ho have hav done their part to
keep ke p the oltysi peace 11 OEl are to get a rest restand l rtistapd 8t 8tantJ
and another team t am J JEj to undergo what
they t y have Buffered BufferedMiss Bufer sufferedMiss cl cln
Miss n s Sleffred i ect Peterson Ped rmn soloist Q1uI t at
Lagoon La QQn Sunday August AYKu uguat t 3Q rot rotIIII i iVS9
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Five high aivlng1 tUvln o hordes 8 gltftlr tO tQay
I day ay
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Vernal and return Address Ad ress Elswood Elswoodau V
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AXE McKani6 the Denvor Van Penv VOl eraok urao pfeat pfeata IIhf IIhfjpI pitotaithl
a jpI a commercial 04umpEir lal traveler trlvtI r is i a guest n t at
u the lie Kenyon KenyonB V
Pr Tt RT J 1 Hyatt section director flIrlot r of e f the i
Tnited Htates wsather buroHM buronu1 leave IIN to tfh I
dIU for a visit to the Porthmu Porthuid fair fair11ar1
34erl Punsh Ulihee e circulator pf f The lh H Heruhl niW i i
line bean btt JU and JIll conflnod to t tjnj tIt nauK house for tornbout f forsteuL r rout
nbout out a week 0win owing to an attack of qtptumalnw I I
ptomaine pqiHonlnp pqiHonlnpRtv pelanningRev I
Rev P 1 P J la Eddy EIJ IY of QfVtIIO the Unitarign eliuroh
has returned frppi rupi MP vacation v Qn on Srvi 6trvJo4li ttrvicewill P I VV VVhits
will bo resumed r mfd oa g u usual ual tomorrow morn
las hi at Unitarian hAil hallInformation hailTuformatlon I IInform
Information Inform tJQn Ji8 has just been recalv received d that j
1 fl G fZvlttln Griffin hau has fJUfjtAlrlpd uiiata lnul a a n serious KlA0 li In 1
Jury Jllr to his bach g while on the tennis court
in London EnslantT Iil1 lan lie expoctg 1 pttct to o r ra
main In London several d dare dareJohn yp ypjphn YJJJ V
John J 111 James JftID P Cornier P poupty unty clerk of Salt
JjSkQ < q Dunn il de w No 38 310 In the lan laivhp
drl1wln drawing lit Provo MI Jamee QmKI will I leave leaveV e
tpl ge the reHftrtt reetirvatlon tlnn In R a few dayI wl8rO wiinialit V
hp says IiItly he will neleot 891 t a farm and dpvote S
hid Jtl attention to raiufnsr Welsh WoIs V lllh rarebit rarebitI rarewtsVThcPerfume
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VAYS DAYS t QQNJY QNLY M METHOD METHODTJiMtall MeHODrIiflttlIl THOD THODtUn
TJiMtall tUn T tah reservation r er1tht1 maps ma were In cvj cvJdence evjuce
dence de uce on Salt Lake streets yestercjftyv yestercjftyvkooal ye8t yestertiyCI rcJty rcJtypclt
kooal pclt CI winners winn wove weJ exatnininer e them themand theman themd
and an d hunting lyntin yp g surveyors nil 1t1i1Y day The Thentamount
tantamount tqnt ta mQqnt question qtJe thn was W how h w can Va Van P 1man
man ma n sell I n his ht change changeThe Jo
The T he value of numbers and this V sale saleQC ql qlot aIchances V
QC chances Ii w v van a an oiiabsorbkigr anJlb QfbHUf topic topjpon4 tQ1i tQ1innd
on4 an 4 many l1 ny were disappointed when whener I IthY
they th er learned that they wilt have hav to 1Q Q I Icate
cate ca te and actually maIm ma1 settlement fiett1 ment if ify
they the y wish to get s tp p t good thins wltlputlynnin Vyqptnning without withoutrunning1
running1 lynnin ru nning chances arid rid big b g chances ch H1ce too toopf toopf
pf the penitentiary penitentigryarly
Barly 111 arly r1Y In the days of registration fe registrationn iittftUQn iittftUQnqn
kand Ia Iathi qn n commissioner CCHnmi slm r Richards explained pt lneQ
this thi thihe s point A man cannot sell 11 his jjum iunnr
ber he hemnn r for he in person lH ron must file tn on the th thedt
lands mnn dt He can file only nlYbY by being Iden Identified identitied idenled ¬
tified tit led through his identification ship eUpmade JUPmqaa
made ma de out when ha registered r t t rel
Of course p IL jnftn can sell s u nip bl home h ffi
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stead ar ad t11 that t larttfaay is tosay to V5 he can t relinquish TJJ qol qolh
big h rights and pn doing 19ingths < this for a consid consideration cons14emUpn consideMtlon ¬
eration Is J Iel oq fr frquont r < q utint ant thing tbln in I tIle wegfc ye yeIt
U is done this way V VMter
After the t sixty days are e up u uptgt that ig
tosay Y when wh n anyone can take a olaim olaimthe g elaimthe lm lmthe
the man who has filed tin a a homestead homesteadhaying hOII1 homesteadhwvlng tead teadbiylng
haying drawn a i lucky cKy number ntJm numberseen r goes to tothe tpthe tothe
the land office at Vernal and files re reUnaufghment reHnQYI rehinauhihment
Unaufghment HnQYI hm nt fiy thla he lu retains r t ln3 Ws
homestead 1 rights ri hta His a homestead homeste d is isthen 1stfnm ISthen
then open pp n for settlement sott1em mt The man manwho mnwho manwho
who buys him im out Is hI of course right righton rightt1 rightPu
on t1 the ground with the reiinawjsher reiinawjsherand r rnft
V and nft the th moment mom nt the latter l ttl fileg tn B hf lila re
linaushinent Iinaut l11nent the buyer lu > er fUss hJ un n th the
homestead homcsi a lie also 1lo hastena to take takepossession akepQfsesatgn takeppesesslvn
possession of hip > ground This iq the theonly t1et theonly
only n means of selling tint < ut In other otherif otherwQrds otherwords
t words tl a man cant lieU his hI Qh chance nce but butif butif
if ho sets a I1a good 00 homestead ham estcq through
that ehftnce enMce he can sell s n his hi rlsht J to toCrowds tot3t tothat
that l1mestf3a l1mestf3aerQwd home0teoIV
V Crowds Peslepe Herald HeraldThe H HeraldThe rald raldThe
The long liata of Bait a ut1t 1t LaKe numbars numbarsexhibited Iqmb numberpexhibited rfl
exhibited hibitcsl yesterday r trdAY still un continued cQntinu d to toattract toaHract toattract
attract many to the th sidewalk lji4 w lIt in front frontof fruntof frontof
of the Herald The Th crowd blocked the thesidewalk th ths11ewall thesidewalk
sidewalk all day lone lQU They strove
for Io placep near ne r the big reservation reservationmap resclVnttonmtlp reservathonmap
map in the window and talked talI ed over
the subject sl1 J ct of locations of good gog land
It n T P Petty Pett Jr pf Salt Lake aJie is iswonderingr Iswondering Iswondering
wondering where he 1e is at ats Pn the thanumber thenmnbarquestlon thenumber
number nmnbarquestlon Question Mr tlr Petty received recolvcda
a letter 1ett r from VIit United c1 States Senator eator
Reed Smoot moot yesterday ye l rdLY congratulatIng con Tatl tln
him on having drawn number 7 Put
he received rec jved no postal card c rd notifying
him lm to that effect And nq number nlm r 7 7came 7came
came came in on the lists as a being drawn ruwJ1 by b
Wlnfiejd S tftchurds hnQ of Sallda Cole ColoProm CqtoFrom ColeFrom
From JpiTtq Jail tq t Homestead HomesteadWalter HomesteadWalter d dWalter
Walter Kerr of Woods Cross Cro played playedIn
In luck when he drew dr w number 341 Ken Jverryas Terrwas Kenwas
was yas In Jail when he 1 drew It He n 1 Fee
Istered > tare hy y power of Q t attorney nttorn y being eiI1f 3 a aV
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Philippine veteran v ter t riti i1 Ashe sll was as WaIl Iftrallhi m WaIlbin all allnlf
hi bin chances of getting V land 01 om n the thenumber th thJwr mItenumber
Jwr number b E were rft nil ru But svtyien w then m aTlman aTlmanstands a Wpn man manstanda j
stands > tlnd a a Rood OQQ show hQW of gettIng Icy aqre aqreof iQf
of tUlafete land J nd at t a time like thi tills MS 1 Iia tt ttapt Is IsV
V apt tor o fInd lnd help IP and id Kerp ftll got help h tp V
at t once He was waiting trialfor trfal for as as asyltlnp assaulIng j
saultlnp yltlnp an < n p Qtlg o1Ltcr iser r His bonds w I
1OO 1000 They were furnished yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdayIDPTnSn1l yesterdaymornhn
morning nnd K fCJrt rr is now on his hi way ay
to the th reservation re ervaUon tomake to make his pick pl 1t of oflands otJ oflands
lands landsInstrumental J landsInstrumental nd ndInstrUJl1ental
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air Ir iiontsomery ontgoery trombouet at l asoon asoonSunday oonSmctQy
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Butchers and Qrocers Gto cn Bay ay Draws Draws1Many DrawsMany DiawsIany
Many Persons Prom All Over OverCoun V j jCounty
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fjYtI tiy thgQlitUl l1 rijQn 5QP5 WNSt tQ taKOOn taKOOnr IagQ0ayemttortlav
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Da Dancing clnS games and bnsabal1 furnJ tursIakedthe 11ea 11eatllO
the amusement The excursionists c rslon1ats cam camIn cameIn came cameIn
In on the Rio Grande Oregon Short Line Lintsand Llnatl Lineanti
and pals a1t Lake route from u parts VVt50t VVt50talt VOl < tfj
Salt alt Lake county QouRt most of them balHy
from Salt L IB1 ate l9 anti tie t e gouthern outhem sub suburbs suburbs suburbs ¬
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supply upply of our old goods oo 1s < lIt pcie g tl t tcannot ths thscannot l lcannot
cannot be duplicated Sale to continue continuefor conthtuetpr conthsuefor
for ten dy dN Dont hnt t fail to wipnly aMg b
yourselves with this class clas of goods oodsas oodsasIt as asH IUSIt
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Pratt to Seager When you et t theni theniring 1b them themriig 1 1rin
ring rin fpr the th wagon and bring th U them m ui uih UP UP1rft umherti >
h 1rft rp Hempte will be In Hum to I gi gion go goon g gon
on shift HeJl giv giVe them th fU th the sort lOr sorttaUt nr nrtalk n ntaUt
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cotton pize Inzo izc 73 by 80 worth 280 60 each oach1OO v
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KO o into Idaho nd seek land Tp Tpwere l Thwere to towere
were then preparing to take a train traintbe tUtint tiai tiaithe
the t tt north northA4 Jtorth4JMt uerthiid
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th the voUHSsters to o their l pnrttts ts for al alhad Il
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of the juvenile court gets a char halp < halpadminister re readminister v vadminister
administer good aqvlcFOR 4vice a4viceFOR 4vicedistress
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stomach to dispose of the food Io d en encourage el1courafJ e ecourage ¬
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There wiUbe wU be e a grand raitt1 rash at the Walker W Er Store from the opening ouenjn VQf of the doors OOT5 Saturday morning mOl1 ng till the Store closes in the evening Everybody will be there The 1
last day of such an event will Ul be a hummer Unprecedented d opportunities for generous generous eierous savings on merchandise you need right now will be the order of the day Let us see you Y ou in in
the crowd You will bq glad you came camel I V I
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Carpets and Draperies Dept DeptBargains DeptBargains
Bargains on Rope Portieres PortieresArtistic portieresArtil PortieresV
V V Artistic Artil tic rope portieres to go at m 8 actual actualNotlijiug tuql QOsjt QOsjtNothing Qo t tN
Nothing N enhances It the bq beauty uty pf p it parlov or dining diningroom dininSroom
room like a nice pnir of portioros A pretty ool oolJoottou 001ootou eviootIon
Joottou of theso will bo on snIp spg Friday nnd Sntur Snturd Sl SlttVliVilny hr hrdny
d dny y at prices in some ci iSeq se lower thanwo than wo paid pnidfpr vnidfpr paidfpr
fpr theni thenijSO V Vsjo
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460 460 iiortinrftg to go at t tpovtiers 290 2UOOO
500 OO portieres ortier lS to go e at f < 800 I
750 7 O portieres to go tit iii O 405 405JJOOO 40liOOO
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V FACTORY LOT OF F GIRDLES FOR SOFA PIL PILLOWS PILLOVS PILLOWS
LOWS worth from 4Qe ta Too each fiCh 24f 24
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Last factory Lots Day in the theSilks theSi1ks theV
V Silks and Dress Goods Aisle AisleThree AisleThree AisleThree
Three Great Taffeta Specials SpecialsThose SpecialsTheee
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aJ1d nd reached WB almost t tQO o lute lLte for or the Factory Lots LotsSale IotsSsJc TotaV
V V Sale But notwithstanding that we must dos dpsUMHH dost1azn doesV
V UMHH out Wo W 0 have marked them ajocordinglv ajocordinglvThis aooord aucordinglcS 1g1rr 1g1rrfbi
S This i is it standard grade of taffeta of f rich lustre lustreHiid lusttlld lustreand
and lld Iiiish nish elegant elf g nt for dresses dr 8es eeats o ats and linings liningsOwing liningsOW 1ininsOwing
Owing OW 11g to tho tardiness of their arrival we 3 ma1ttbe ma1t rpghceV rpghcethe ak akthe V
the following extremely low iiguree iiguree36inoh tigure6J6inch IgUreafiiitoh
36inoh all silk black taffeta worth w rih 160 for fo 93r 93ryard 9 93eyard r ryard
yard yard3Uincl1 Vd
3 3Uincl1 inoh all silk black taffeta worth 165 for 105 105yard 105ard LOSV
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3JincIi all ilkback ilk black taffeta worth 1T 115 1TL for 11 11rd t114yrd 1K 1Kystrd
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4000 Yards of Plain and ChangeaWe Ch ngea e Taf Taffetas Taffetas TafV ¬
V fetas worth 85c 85c39c 39c Yard YardThis YardThili YardV YardThis
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V This aseortment also comprises changeable changeableuhiffou changeabJeohiffon changeablechiffon
chiffon taffota The colors are the most de6Jrab20 de6Jrab20fpr e6ir e6irfr V VV
V for fr gowns waists petticoats etc To insure 1 snze e a aquiek aqick atiek
quiek cleanup we re offer them them at a SOc the yard yardLast yardLast yszdLast
Last Factory Lots Day in Millinery Dept DeptWhite Depthit VS
White hit Duck Caps worth 35c ea ea4h eahFriday h IQr
Friday and Saturday SaturdayWhite u uit l 7l 7lFriday
White it Canv Canvs 8 Sailor Hats worh 7tc Cf1 eacb5fl eacb5flFriday OG
Friday and SaturdaJ Saturday SaturdayWhite u uVhite
White Embl Embroiticred idered Lingerie Ha1 worth 79c 79
1 s and Saturday SaturdayFactory
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Factory lot BaadytoWear Ro ytoWear Hats worth up AUf AUfto 49c 49
to 500 each p V r
Last iist5actjry factory Lots Day in the VtheS theNotions
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Carinatlir Orixtt hair pins worth rth c cC0tton 5
twj > fpr fprCotton pJCQttQn
Cotton tope alj sizes Sj 1 worth 5c 5cjoll c 2c
loll jollBelt lollDQlt oll V VBelt
Belt pins > 1i worth Se card cardtwo 5c 5
two fdr fdrGood f frGood r rGo
Good Go quality i p pearl < mrl buttons worth worthtwo t SQ doien n 5c 5cSh K Ktwo
two oq for forShoe forShoe
Shoe Sh laces blackand tan tanworth t tanworth 1 5
worth r l lOc lO lOldo ldo dpaen 5 5Ladoe r rLadiw G GLadlo
Ladiw hand bass patent leather or o plain pl iu loather R Rcolors 55c 5 V Vcolors
colors blaok brown and tan worth Soc to 1 1Ladios 1LadiOii i iLadio >
Ladios silk and le leather ith r bolts different d auali ciue1ite es ftnd an ktadg ktadgthe kiudsthe kitidethe
the 35c kinds for 19o the 50c 0c kinds for 29o 9c 9cthe 69p 69pthe Aj
the 85c 5c ic kinds for 39c th the < 1 and md 125 kinds for forW forWash
Wash W all boltS white with small tSguroa iguresworth 8c O Oworth <
worth worthJc loc eaoh eaohLadies eachLnds
Ladies back cojnbs worth 15c 15ceach Qj 9
each oachLadies oacl1Ladies eachLadies I
Ladies frilled U d side elastics and hookoil hose hO hosesupporters e Ift Iftsupporters 18e
supporters worth 26c 2 o pair pnlr iL
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