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Utah Fuel Company Preparing to toSupply toSupply toSupply
Supply Large Coke Demands DemandsSpecial DemandsSpeclnl DemandsSpecial
Special toThe Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice I
Price Utah Aug Au 2S SAt At Sunnysltle SunnysltleWhere SunnysideWhere Sunnyskiebere
Where bere the t be Utah Fuel company is bundl1Unother buildingnothor building buildingAnother
Another 1 150 0 coke ovens there are u now nowMO nowOJnplOycd nowfltploycd
OJnplOycd an extra toreo otLome of some 400 OO Or Oroo
MO oo Vmen men grading the ground and nd blasting blastingdown blastingclown blastIngdown
down th Idos sIdo of thp hills for or tho im improvements Improvomoul8 improvomonts ¬
provements which are ru to be rushed to an onoarly anIlrly anearly
early completion In order to meet tho do dosnand duJtllUUJ donzand
snand for Coke for the smelters of Mon Montana JIoutana Montana ¬
tana and the Utah valley section Tho 1hocoke Thocoke
coke market has so increased within tho thopast thopast thopast
past year that the Utah FUel company compally1s compally1sUttorlY is isuttorly
UttorlY unable to meet meetthe the demand with withit WithtUJ withIts
it Its present capacity 3ttO ovens at Sunny Sunnyaide
aide Ide and a like numbur at Castle Gato GateAVith Gatoht
AVith the ovens OVCI now In caursouOC construc construction contrualion u ube ¬
lion ht finished 31 the hO hOa plant a tctU at Sunnyslde Su nyside fdc is to tobe tobe
be mUll till further Increased to an even 1000 1000next 1000next 1000Thxt
next year yearBut yearBut yearBut
But before the work starts well next nextThis nextxenr nextrear
rear the water problem must be solved solvedrhla solvedrhls
This Is to be met by the reservolrinjj ofa ofanumber ot ofanumber a anumber
number of springs and small creeks on onwlmt onwhat onwhat
what Is locally known as a the Range val valley valby al alOy ¬
ley Oy side Ide of the mountain some som seven to totan totpn totgn
tan miles distant To get this water to tothe tothe tothe
the camp of Sunnyslde for culinary cullnar do dottiMtlc domuc doneetic
ttiMtlc and other uses a pipeline of ten tenoC tenor tenor
or more miles mU is now well under underway way and andby an andby < l lby
by winter the water ia to be In use at atill attIe atth
ill tIe camp A tunnel for the plp plpellnQ lino ia isbeing Labeing i imountains
being driven through the main range or oroountaln orniojntainu
mountains for over a mile which will willCiro willYo wilLVV
VV give Yo a gravity system sy tcm This > wntersys wntersystem wter Ater V 8Y 8YtOIJl sys systoOl ¬
tem alone Is to cost in the neighborhood neighborhoodlat nei1ktjor11oodof
or OOOOO and was work worked d out b by tnt tntlate thelate
lat late George SV Kromer of Denver pres president presdent prosIdeaL ¬
dent and manager of the Globe Ifixprcss Ifixprcsscompany 1prosa3mpsny Prc lS lSmpltny
company > mpltny who at the time of his hl death deathwas deathwas deathve
was the controlling eplrt of th u the Utah UtahFuel Utuhl1uel UtahFuel
Fuel company ny being tho direct represent representative repruentaLIve repreaentatlve ¬
aLIve of th the Goulds GouldsWith GouldsWith
With tho bulking of the Western WeB tern Pa Pacific Pacific PaciflLj ¬ I
cific to the coast from rom Salt Lake City Citythere Citythere Citythere
there will be created croatedan an immense addi addltional additional additionai
tional market for the coal of the Utah UtahPud UtnhFuel UtahPe1
Fuel company from rom this tbt Carbon county countyThe countyThe < ountyThe
The Sunnyslde coal will then with Castle CastleOnto CastleGAtO CastleGate
Onto go O Into coke for the smelters while whilethat WIU8that whilethat
that of the other camps of the company companyJn eompanIn
In thia county count Winter Quarters and Clear Clearmerclal ClearCreek ClearCreek
Creek will be be exclu exclusively hely for the com comP corninercial
merclal trade t and for ateamlng l purposes purposesThe Durpose3The
cts nt derntoo la
The P San n Pedro LOB Angeles Salt Laki Lakifrom i LskIa 1
te tasking considerable tonnage of COI COIfrom coal coalfrom
from the Utah Fuel company but there thereis j
Is more or leas talk of the Clark Inter Interests Intereats ¬ I Isets
eats taking hold In Emery county in inHuntington 1nHuntington I I1Luntington
Huntington panyon where immense de depoults depOlllt8 deposits
posits of tho black diamonds have been beenopened bnopeDed I Iopenod
opened by the prospector pro pector Numerous ex experta expert experth
pert supposed to represent the Montana Montanasenator Montanasenator onlanasenator
senator have been in there of late and andthey anIthe5 antiL
they make no secret of whom they rep represent repre represent ¬
L resent resentTo re entTo V
To the north of f Price Prl and to the east an anfar Mtar asZst
far as the holdings of the Utah Fuel com company comlan7 cornPany ¬
pany the MilnerGllaon syndicate has ac acquired ac acCIuired acuired ¬
quired uired in a quiet Quiet way wa during durI g the past two twoye twoyears I Iyors
ye years rs an a much muc l an a 298000 008 acres of as fine finetoeal finBe flueuai
toeal e uai a land ands as a ifs out of doors and d are aredeveloping artUeveloping aren aredeveloping
developing them In a way that means meansmore meaJUin8r meansmore
n more than lan prospecting to merely merolyhold meralY1101d merelybold
hold During DurIn the past month a railway railwaysurvey railwayu1Yey railwayurvey
survey has been run from Springville SpringvilleTJtah SpringviUeUtah SpringvilleUtah
Utah to a point several miles east of ofPrkw orPrlee ofPrIme
PrIme and it IK l clalmod that a 2 per a CWWlt CWWltJrade esetgrade nt ntKrade
grade across the Wasatch W5atc1t range Is the thevheaviest theiv1est theieav1est
vheaviest ieav1est encountered The Rio Grande Grandetwstem Grandet6In Grandejrtem
iv1est twstem t6In crosses at a 4 per P r cent grade It ItiAb Iti Itibe1leved
iAb i ibe1leved bllleved Il8ved that tho San Pedro and nt1 Utah Utahvajjey Utahv IVjtaltvl1ey
vajjey v U y smelter interests arc behind this thisproposition thispr thisproposition
proposition pr poslUon as well as the several Utah UtahHugar Utahtusar Utahliuar
Hugar company interests The sn smlter smlterand smIterand lter lterana
> and sugar people otlo are big consumers of ofcoal o ocoaL ofcoal
coal The MHnerGllson coal is said to tobe tobe toha
be at tf as good coking Quality as the Castle CastleGate CastleGate CastleGate
Gate product productDOINGS productDOINGS productDOINGS
Surveyors Are AroNow Now Busy Platting a aTownslte aTownsite aTownsl
Townslte TownslteLehi TownsiteLeld te teLeki
Lehi AUg 29 TNotwithstHiidlns the thostatement tIIOstatement thestatement
statement that SamuelNewhouse Samuel Nevliouse is get getting gettJn getting ¬
ting tJn cold feet on tills biz bI Boston Bostonprojaet lJostonIaproject 13oston1aproject
project on the west of Utah lake Lehi Lehipeople Lohleople 1Ohipeople
people eople ar are yet extremely oxtremel hopeful hop tul that th t the theDie theDig
Die reduction works will co uo u as per perthe pertbe perthe
the original plans It is pointed out that thatlf1Newhouse thattr
Mr lf1Newhouse tr Newhouae and his Chief of Staff Mr
A A J Bottles accompanied accomp nied by b Engineer EnslneerBurton InginearBurton
Burton fend a corpus of surveyors came camsocn
co < lpvsn ocn n to Lehi hl a week ago and were Imme Immediately Immectl immedlsely ¬
diately ctl ely driven over to the 1000acre tract tractofl tractot tractof
ofl ot lejid < vrnl d recently acquired by b officials of oft3l otib of1i
t3l Boston Consolidated Mining company
Surveys were made for some big bi propo propositions proposlUoli propoaitious ¬
sitions on the around recently acquired acqulren aoquire1from
n from m the Utah U Sugar company and par parties parties ¬
mtftee tftee tfteeU tfteete
teriscrl = riscrl t tvyor
ties there yesterday te say y that the sur surveyors eurveyors ¬
veyors are now platting a townsUe into intoliftyoot Intofiftyoot intoiiftyoot
liftyoot lots with alleys streets etc etcA etcA etCA
A Drellmlnary survey has been run runa for tor
a railroad from the Boston Con mines at
Bjngh8ni to the site surveyed a few days daysago dasa daysago
ago a o for the big bl mill and only on I last weak weakthe weelthe weekthe
the Utah LieTit Power company companySave compang companygave
Save g vo Mr Xewheuge an n option on a power powerlte powersite
site He in American Fork canyon for tinny tinnyrt tlllrHday thIrtydays
day rt yj It i la further furtherSatated stated t ed from an n ap apparenU apparently iprently
parenU rently reliable source that tomorrow the thehead thehUAd theneed
head draughtsman drnuht manwlll will come out from fromSalt fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake City to adapt his plans to the thesurveys theJurvey theaurveys
surveys being made which when wh n com competed tornpletbd om ¬
peted will be a signal for dirt to com commence eom1nonco cornanonce ¬
mence flying It is further > r pointed out outthat outthat outthat
that the trouble experienced en > erlcnced by some i iSalt
Salt 3akera squatting on some desirable desirableground de desirablegrotind lrable lrablend
ground nd ha haji b been < eu u satisfactorily adjusted adjustedand adjustedand adjustedand
and that the Bontonla people are now in inlosaeflaion Inpoesesslon inPOeaCClOX
losaeflaion of all the ground desirable desirableor
tot or towntfite tDwn lte or millinsr mfUln = purpoaetr purpo es Lehi Lehieople Lehipeople
t people > will watch with much interest the theevoopmontl
developments of the next thirty days daysCOUNTRY daysCOUNTRY daysCOUNTRY
So Says Returned Eureka Manof ManofUintah ManoflJintah Manofliintah
Uintah Reservation ReservationEureka RescrvationEureka ReservationPureka
Eureka Aug 3 Xtek Comes who re returned ret returned ¬
turned t last night front fro tb lbs Uintah reser reservatkm reierr reservatisii
vatkm stated today that the country tfaa 88 aisV aisIjot
r jot ot as he was ted to believe a an4ur aI j
I 1hureL n4ur U l pomdiiM y yl t too general a con ¬
demnation de natlOn of the country would b be very ver verun
unfeir un r H Ha stated that tbo rr real at mistake mistaketiers mitakem mistakeme
m me e was t at most of the rntendlftg tending t
tiers made a ru rush li for the IHicheaao D chetiD4 coon com co
try durin which there was WK xrreat eet cod cohruelon
fusion aj and d moat no t or the homeseekers
found that it wa was not up to their oxpeeta
tkMM 1 having b vial before tor6 reaching there gone goneover goneover goneover
over country which hich they liked much bet ¬
ter Mr Cornea ent entered r d th the reservation
tbrou through h D Detw H i > Ce Ck k and Currant Creek CreekHni CreekRnC CreekazIm
Hni from tom om there on to Red Creek Ho
tMpte more of this particular part < < of ofulntah
ulntah but stated that as It was so iso ISo ¬
lated and a d communication with the out outside outside outside ¬
side world so difficult it would be neces necessary necesSfU necesear ¬
sary ear for a man to have sufficient means I
to bold out for several sevcra years until civil ¬ I
ization was a close enouch to him to torender i irender I
render his labor J bar profitable On his way
home Mr Comes C > mea met several EUreka
homes homeseokenl okers among them Iwiner b ln William IJUAm IJUAmcComb
McComb cComb Singleton Ferguson Reed Bill ¬
ings and Sand McFkrlane MeFirlaneAs I IAa
Aa for the mlnlnr and prospecting pr08J eCUnl > In
the reservation r the fact Is notorious that
before the or ozenlng enlnc > > of th the country oount the themineral themlarat themlusral I
mineral region had b ban n thoroughly thorou thoroughlyplored < hIy eat eatplored x xplored
plored and prospected by men that hevo hevoned I Ihad
had more than ordinary influence It is isa 15a Isa
a well known fact t t te many well acquaint acquainted ¬
ed in the reservation r that last year ear there therewere thereWere therewere
were at least JOO prospectors already airead aireadthe y on onthe oni I Ithe
the ground
lt1 l Jt t tNatures
i Natures Greatest GreatestStimulant GreatestStimulant
Stimulant StimulantIs
Is Fragrant FragrantLfy Fra grant grantI grantIIIcne
Lfy l1 Imported IIIcne l and packed only by byI I If I Ift
I f J Brandemtein COI Co Co0f CoJVmPV
JVmPV 11 0f Its Itsdc1icacraavorand delicacy flavor and whole wholeY wholc wholesomeness Sf
Y > i someness ia 11 unequaled and it It Itnever itnever fT fTjjl
I jjl l never destroys the nerves of ofSiSO ofthose ofthose
SiSO those who drink it itAk
4 Ak Askfor for the package with the thetea S Sg3 0 lIh lIhtea
g3 tea tree on it itr it itiar1
I I411IV
fI 411IV iar1 r ffL Imported and anpickcd picked only by bjM byIt ji ji4c I
t tz
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Council Accepts Bid of N W Harris Harrisof
of Chicago ChicagoProvo Chi ChicagoProve ago agoProvo
Provo Aug 29 23N N W V Harris Co Cobankersof Cobnnl Cobankerslof
bankersof bnnl ersl Of Chicago Boston and New NewYork NewYork 1ewYork
York l hy > y Hamilton R Johnstono who whohas whohas whohas
has been in Provo several days da looking lookingover looldnsOVor lookingOver
over the situation offered at the meeting meetingot
of tho city council last evening to pur purcluue purCilfl5e
chase the 01000 waterworks and electric electriclight electriclight
light bonds authorized by b a ii special elec electIon election
tion on July 11 The company will talj taljthe take takethe takethe
the bonds bearing Interest at 4 per cent centpayable centpaable centPayable
payable in twenty years oa18 redeemable in inten Inten Snten
ten years at par 1 ar and is to be paid 51800 51800for 1800 1800or l800or
for or services as fiscal agents and for pre preparing preparlng proparing ¬
paring bonds etc The bid is subject to tothe tothe tothe
the approval of the companys attorneys
On the recommendation of the mayor and andthe andthe andthe
the committee on finance tho offer wasaccepted wasaccepted was wasaccepted
accepted On the strength of this ac action action action ¬
tion the committee on waterworks was wasauthorized wasauthorized as asauthorized
authorized to advertise for bids for ex excavating excavating cxcavatthg ¬
cavating for the waterworks extension extensionand extensionand extensionand
and for the building of a weir house and andthe andthe andthe
the committee on electric light the chair chairman chairmait ¬
man of the committee on finance tho thomayor thomayor themayor
mayor and the city attorney were author authorized authorIzed authorized ¬
ized to take ta k under consideration the thobuilding thebuilding
building of an electric plant plantA plantcache
A cache of money watches field fieldglasses fieldslasses fieldglasses I
glasses opera glasses sla u and other goods goodstaken goodstaken goodstaken
taken from Spanish Fork saloons and andstores andstores
stores about three weeks ago and some someRoods somewods somegoods
Roods which have been b on stolen from fromSprlnevllic tramSrlnevlllc fromSpringvlile I
Sprlnevllic stores 8t ea was found in the wil willows willows willows ¬
lows went of OfprhJlJIe Sprlntfvlllc yesterday by brMr n nMr aMr
Mr Gammoll of Springvlllc It was at atthis attills
this place that Frank Zimmerman 7 mmerman alias aliasRunty aliasRl1f1ty a1155Rusty j
Runty and Frank Moora wore arr arrest arrestt arreated t ted
ed t d two weeks ago on the morning follow followson follo followlug
lug tile capture by Nlghtwatcbmun John Johnson Johnson 1
son of John Hosmer who was burglariz burglarizing burgiariain ¬
ing In Kellys drug store at Springvllle jam jammerman aimmerinan m mmerman
merman and Moore are now serving seln sixty sixtydays sixtydnya sixtydays
days in the county count Jail for vagrancy The Thotheory Thetheory
theory of Sheriff Harmon Is that Hosmer HosmerMoore HosmerIoorc HosmerMoore I
Moore and Zimmerman were all in touch touchIn
In the Spanish Fork burglaries and wore werelntsrested woreInterested
Interested in Hosmers attempt to bur burglarize burglarize burglarize ¬ I
glarize Kellys store and It seems to t bc becorroborated > c ccorroborated
corroborated by b the fact that three lot lotof lotfJ lotfJof totpof
of money mone were found in the cache discov discovered discovered discovered ¬ I
ered by Gammell mere J were two sacks sackscontaining sackscontBlnlng sackscontaining
containing ItS 15 each all nickels taken takenfrom takenfmn j
from the slot machines and a purse con containing conn contaming ¬
taming n sic 13 The place e where the goods goodswere goodswere
r rtor
were found o d has l been a camping place placefor placefor
for hoboes for V years yearsThe yearsThe V
The case against James Bos Bosen en charged chargedwith ohargedwith chargedwith
with taking a watch from on one of o the therocms lherOGms therooms
rooms of Mrs F C Beards house In thin tniacity thl8ct
city ct was dismissed dlsmlg od in V Justice Noons Noonscourt Noonstourt Noonscourt
court today tod on motion of the prosecution prosecutionfor
for want of evidence There was no fur further further furthor ¬
ther evidence than that Mr Bos Bosen n and androom antithe andthe
the mls801J issibg watch had both been In the theroom theroom
room at the same time and that after afterwards afterwasda ¬
wards they wore both out of the room roomAt roomAt roomAt
At loast Mr Bosen was and the where whereabouts whereabout whereabouL ¬
about of the wateh Is not known Tho Thoprosecuting ThOprosecuting rhoprolHtcuting
prosecuting attorney attfrne wail at a dlsadvan dlsadvantags dlsadantagO disadvantage
tags in not having a consultation with withMrs withMrs withMrs
Mrs Beard who had Mr Boson arrested arrewtedin
in Ogden before the warrant was Issued isauedand 18IIu8lHnd Issuedand
and therefore he did not know what evi evidence cvidimes
dimes she he had to Jusllf tho arrest arrestMItfa arrttte arremtMiss
Miss Mary Kuttatl has resigned e as a ateacher
fthe nt
teacher te r raac In aac the Parker school oo for the com coming cornlog ¬ I Iinr
log y year ar the reason relIuln being the th06tat stats of her herhealth herhealth
health demands that she take an extended extendedvacation
vacation vacationA acaUonA V VA I
A marriage license has been leaned 18 ued to toAothiti toArthur toArthur
Arthur Aothiti n 0 ltnlglit Tf Cnlht lit nf BUffalO 7C Y aged ugedand
22 2 and g Olivia 11la Larson n of Salina aged IB IBDAMAGE 19DAfVJAGE IDDAMAGE
yeavy Rains Cause Creeks to Over Overflow Overflow
I Iflow
flow Their Banks BanksMt BanksMt
Mt Pleasant Aup Au 1 23 29Mt Mt Pleasant Plcaeantwas Plcwantwas
was was vfslted yesterday afternoon by two twofloods twofloods twofiooda
floods one in Pleasant creek running runnhui I
through the v very ry r center of town and aiir aiirthe anolher an another
other In TwIn oreolt which floWs throu through throughthe h hthe
the south outskirts Both worn running runningat
at the same time during the afternoon afternoonthe
the first rush of the two comlne within withinthe withinth3 withinthV3
the same hour Several thousands of dol dollars tIolJars doltars ¬
lars of damage was done in the city and andin aDdIn andIn
in the farming lands above and belowtown belowThe below belowtown
town townThe
V V VThe
The floods were caused by heavy rains rainswhich rainswhich rainswhich
which fell in the mountains about eight eightmiles olghtmUes eightmites
miles east of town about the noon hour hourAt hourAt hourAt
At 190 the advance flow reached town townIt townIt townIt
It came down through Pleasant creek creekseveral creekseveral
several feet in depth a rapldlymovine rapldlymovineboulders rapldlymoyInSwall
wall ot thick rolling mud rocks and andbOulders I Iboulders
boulders weighing many tons ana thou thoubruyh thouh thousands
sands of logs gs of varying n lengths t the thewhole
whole h being I Igs gsm m mattad itirb by nrIin drift rIin wood and andbrush d dbrulh
brush by the carload carloadThe carkadlt6 carksdThe
The lt6 second cond break came on Second Weststreet Weststreet West
street where the creek enters the t grounds groundsowned rounds roundsowned
6 e1 ti ertt
1frl ertlrr lrr lrrone
owned by J II Erlckson ert of Salt al Lake Laktone Lakeone
one of the best and neatest appearing re residence reBlf residence ¬
sidence lots In the city cityIn cityIn t
Blf nfel t fot
In the fields l below fo town wn much damagu damaguwas damagJ damagJwas darnagtwas
was done to grain and hay that was lying lyingIn 1lnfIn lyinglit
In the shock John H Seely eely Olof Ru Rosanlof Rut8ulot Ruaeniof
sanlof A Madsen and others suffered BulCertUJThe sufferedThe
The dam which supplies the city water waterstem watersystem
system stem with water from the same creek creekwas creekwas
was uninjured an emergency channel channelprepared chBnD1prelAred cliamuielprepared
prepared for the purpose and an old chan chan1Ihajfli chanliel
nel 1Ihajfli carrying 1f the thesurpius IUiliW surplus UiliW nicely nicelyThe l nicelyThe
The lit Pleasant I Mill Power r company companywas
was one of the heaviest losers by the theflood theflood theflood
flood A large pipe which supplier Its Itswheel Itswheel itswheel
wheel with water for power was under undermined undermIned undermIned ¬
mined by the flood and smashed by the thegrinding thesrir tImegrinding
grinding n of th time lU heavy boulders bouldersJlrs buldarsMrs e
srir Mrs Sophia o ht lUp Peterson p n an aged ell widow widowlady WidOWlad widowlady
lady lad of this city was quite seriously In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured yefeterday ye torda by a cow which ran at ather ather ather
her knocking her down and bunting her herabout 11erabout herabout
about the body Mrs Peterson was en engaged onbltsed engaged ¬
gaged In milking the animal while at the thesame thesme thesame
same time its calf was playing about the thecorral thecorral thecorral
corral where It was confined < A dog en entered ouwrod eliterod ¬
tered the enclosure enclo ur and gm n t the cow fearing foarlnit foarlngIt
it would attack the calf took after it itThe it itThe itT1i
The T1i dog ran to Mrs Peterson for protec protection protection protection ¬
tion and the animal followed The lady ladywas JadYwas ladywas
was struck by the animal and knocked knockeddown knockeddown knockeddown
down Even then the savage attacks attacksware attackswarecontinued ware warecontinued worooontJnued
continued the cow trying to hook her Jiervictim hervlcUm ilervictim
victim while she lay 18 prostrate prostrateSirs prostratcIr prostrateMrs
Sirs Ir Peterson was found Boon after afterlying atterJlng afterlying
lying where she had been knocked by the theanlnMtl theanImal theanimal
anImal She was wa unconscious and had hadMveral hJldvera hadseveral
several vera severe s ere injuries about her back backone baCkone backone
one affecting her lung She ShetlH was given RlvDnimmediate bivcnhnmedlat8 givenlmnniediate
immediate attention a by b a physlolan and andthin andthlA andthin
thin morning I Is reported an doing oln quite quitewell quitewell quitewell
well with prosp prospects ctB In her favor provid providing llrQvldIll providSag ¬
Ill pneumonia does not set in inBEE InI
Woman Became Unconscious and andCastle and1c andMeciicaI
1c MeciicaI H al Aid WazoNccCS3 WasJ1cccssiiy WasJ1cccssiiyCastiedale try tryCasUClah
Castle CasUClah < Iale Aug 27 ZTMrs Mrs rs James B Pe Petersen Petens Patersen
tersen tens n of Castledale Ca tledale was yesterday stung stungby stunSb7 stungby
by z bee and almost immediately be became became became ¬
came unconscious Dr Damour WasJKJmmoned wassummoned was wassummoned
summoned and 5n rendered assistance and andrevived andrevha andrevived
revived the woman but she be is still vory vorymuch vorymueh verymuch
much affected by the sting stln stlnYesterday
Yesterday and nd today Emery county wit witnessed witnessed witpenned ¬
nessed the best showers showe s of the season SlasQnCount seasonCounty seasonCounty
County Count Clerk ClerkA A X Leonard Issued Issuedmarriage 18tJuedmarrl11ge IssuedmarrIage
marriage licenses to two popular Emery Ehnerycounty Emerycount Emerycounty
county couples this week They are areWill arevm arewIll
Will Rate Ra1 Baihs ha and Miss l1 s Bertha Jensen of of13erron
Perron and William G ardy and Miss
Nancy Nanc R R Cook of Clawson ClawsonLinn ClawsonLinn ClawsonLlnn
Linn Jones who was convicted at the
February term of th the district court to toserve toserve
serve a term In the state penitentiary of ofeighteen ofelghtfen ofeighteen
eighteen months was granted a pardon
last Friday and returned rot rned to Castledale Castledalethis
this week The pardon was obtained obtainedthrouph
through the influence of a petition signed
by b 160 Emery county citizens citizensUnited citIzens1nlted citizensUnited
United States Engineer Enln 1 Taft of the thegeological timegeological
geological department with a corps of ofgovernment oCsovimmtnt ofgovernment
government surveyors sUlvey rCI is now no in Emery Emerycounty
Bounty coun working among V the foothills and andmountains andmountains anlmountains
mountains west cst of the valley perhaps perhapsobtaining perhapsObtaining
obtaining a map of the coal measures of
this county countyDr count countDr countyDr
Dr W VP P Winters of Castledale left
for his former hom < > It > lt Pleasant yes ¬
terday terda Dr T A Damour formerly tormerl of
Price has taken his place her > Dr
Winters will go to Baltimore In the Im Immediate Immediate Immediate ¬
mediate future to take a postgraduate postgraduatecourse postgraduatea postgraduatecourse
course courseWILL a courseWILL ou r15 11 11WILL
Eastern Capital pital Will Assist in Fin Finishing Fin13hing FinIshing ¬
ishing Mammoth M mmoth Reservoir ReservoirSpecial ReservoirSpecIal RcservoirV
V Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice HeraldPrice
Price AuG 2S SJ J W V Hoggau a cap ¬
italist at ManU Who took in the prop property proprty property ¬
erty rty of the Mammoth Reservoir company companyunder companyunder
under foreclosure orllcOfiure sole for J31CCO hijs hijsabout hlliabout hqsabout
about made up his mind to finish the
building of this great eat irrigation project projectwhich prc proiectwhich ect ectwhich
which Involves the output of 10000 1OO OJ or ormore ok okmore thmore
more money mone Though able to do the work
himself unaided anfl an alone Hoscan has
Interested eastern capitalists cat > ltnllste to the ex extent extont cxtent ¬
tent that It t now locks as though the theenterprise theentorPriso theentorpriso
entorPriso would be a sure go It is pro proposed propost proposed ¬
posed post > d to so o above the town of Helper Helpersome Helpersome Helpersome
some nine miles to tho west of Price Pricewhore pricewhoro Pricewhore
whore the xnftln In ditch is proposed to be b
token tnk n o u4 U Under present plans the thewa wa ¬
ter would be stored In Gooseberry valley
forty miles above abo and brought dowrt wrttk wrttkohannel tke tkechannel tiuohannoi
channel of the fbPrlca lrloa rjver to the point pointof
of diversion diversionTo f
To 1 thi th south 8 uth for lbfrt thirtyinJles thfrty twlts ants V an n
far to the east ai there are very large bodies bodiesot
ot as fine agricultural ar cultural lands as exist extetaround existaround t tHround
around Salt Lake City CUyor or Provo In the
Salt Lake and Provo valleys 11101 vrhlle the thesoil
1 soil for su 8 sugar gar ar beets and fruits of all kinds
Is not excelledaniWhereIn excelled 1anwhtnc < Vlfl in this section sectionof
of the west Mr Hoscim Ho aan though fa familiar iamUlal a amillar ¬
millar In a general way iray with the country
through report was W 1l5 here today and andmade andmade andmade
made a personal person versonal il inspection of o the lands landsand 1andsand landsand
and the proposition generally Upon his hisreturn hisreturn hisreturn
return to ilantl he will confer with some someof IJIOmeot someof
of his associated and afterwards send an anengineering anengIneerIng anengineering
engineering corps Into the field to do the thepreliminary theprel1mlnBry thepreliminary
preliminary work workThere workThere workThere
There are already many mBn people attract attracted attra attracted t ¬
ed to this section of the country unQy by rea reason reatOn rcason ¬
son of the Uintah reservation opening
and it will be the Idea of the promoters promotersto
to Induce these th s to locate In Castle valley
where the marUots are tho best for every e r ¬
thing raised and where the schools and andchurches andchurches andchurches
churches are an attraction that do not notexist notexist notexist
exist with the settlement of a new coun country country ¬
try like the Uintah reservation reservationINDIAN re5ervatlonr re5ervatlonINDIAN
Expounds Doctrine Do trine of Salvation to toInhabitants toInhabitants t tInhabitants
Inhabitants of Modena ModenaModcna Modenadodema ModenaModena
Modcna Aug Au = 8The The usual peace of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Sabbath at this place was broken yea yeater yestorday ws wstorday
ter torday < Say by an anomalism that probably probablystands probabbStands probablystands
stands without a precedent Five Indians Indiansarrived Indl IndiOnaarrived Ds Dsarrlvod
arrived here with their squaws during the theafternoon theatternoon theafternoon
afternoon among whom was an educated educatedi educatedIndisn educatedIndian
i Indian with religious tendencies RecORr Recognizing
1 nlzins no o doubt the poverty O of grace graceand graceand
and Jn1h Jn1ho that deficiency d nge ngeo ngeO of o religious fl o fervor fervorwhich r rwhich fervorwhich
which Charles Short of Pay has already alreadyi
i heraIded ho stationed himself before the theresldcnco theresidence
residence of B J Lund and began au in informal Informal Informal ¬
formal religious talk or sermon He an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced himself as being a 1 Presbyterian Presbyterianand
and said aid that he was as not a missionary missionarynor
nor an exhorter but simply spoke from fromthe fromthe from fromthe
the fullness s of his heart The Mormon Mormonlisteners Mormonlisteners
listeners caught the spirit of his rtscourHO iIscourseand
and aided by b interspersing hlteTJjpcr lng hymns of ofthtlr otUIr oftheir
their own O church a singular fjII uhi anomaly anomalymuch anomale anomalrrj
much the e first rrj enjoyed time r religion r by fig those gsfta gsftarg has present rg been tHPf spoken This in inthis l lI inthis is isthe
this place The talk was va an amieul for
faith I h truth r reth eth and charity and 1a although lh f fnot I Inot Inot
not much talk English he h expressed expressedhis ext > rolfliled rolfliledhis
his gratitude for the kindnessof kindness ot the gov government go gocrnrnent governrnent ¬
ernment in educating him In the mean meanwhile meanwhiie ¬
while the remaining bucks lay on the theground theground
ground 011 their gtomachu and not even evenvouchsafed v n nvouchsafed
vouchsafed a a grunt while tho squaw sat seton saton saton
on their feat and looked as blank at a alot alot
lot of dried prunes prunesOur prunC5our prunesOur II
Our town to wag will have it that Mr In Indian Indian ¬
dian hoard about Mr Il Ljyida protracted protractedvisit protractedvisit
visit to Salt Lake and Knew hn needed neededa I
a supply of the saving grao grace After per performing performing ¬ I Iformmg
forming their ablutions in the horse pond pondthis pondthis i itbll
this morning they departed for Fay to tofcuip tohuil
hOlt > Mr aiiort out outRETURN outRETURN nutRETURNDISGUSTED II IIhOlt
Lehi Citizens Say Uintah Rescrva Rescrvation Reservation I I II Ition
tion Land Is No Good GoodLehi GoodLehl GoodLehi
Lehi Auc 23 9WllUam William J3 Trinnlman TrinnlmanCharles TrinalnianChorlex n i iCharles
Charles Colleee C E Ward EJvan van Col College Collegu 1 ¬ 1 1Ieee
lege Frank Hoffmlrc IV V C Robinson RobinapnEugene Robln8 RobinsonEugene n nEugene
Eugene Roberts and William lmam Cox who whodrew whodrew
drew numbers at the Provo drawing and andwho andwho antiwho
who went out to locate a farm aria returned returnedlast returnedla returned1at
last la t evening from the reservation falling fallingt
to make any entry They bring 1 the same haniestory liBmostory
story told by William S Grav the hold holder holder
er of number IS 1 > that the lands l available aaHnbleafter
after the Indians had matte ma e their seloc seloctiong sQOC sQOCtlOI1ti seloctinn5
tiong wre pf no value lue for agriculture agricultureers o agricultureThey rlcu1ture rlcu1tureIU
They IU sax that the stream ot bomeseok bomeseokers
ers comiiiR oat of the reservation even be befora beorc beforp
fora orc the allotments commenced is great greater ¬
er titan those going in inSpeaking InSpeakln inSpeaking
Speaking of the famous Blue Bench Benchrjoije DcncbFo Benchtide
tide Mr I Robinson said that ha a party of ofColorado ofColorado
i hauvJYr
Fo uvJYr uvJYra
Colorado cattlemen c t with a surveyor run runa runa
a preliminary canal line from Rock creek creekInto creekInto creekinto
Into the bench and determined that It Itwould Jtwould itwould
would rcculre a canal four miles lonir Jon to totake totak totake
take tak the water out Later they mado madotests madoteflts madetests
tests of the loll and found It to ho n but butabout butabout V Vabout
about eighteen inches deep d op and under underneath underneath underneath ¬
neath It was either a very coarse gravel gravelor
or a hard blue clay c11l After making their theirtest theirtests theirtests
tests they tho concluded to pass It ui u > > and andreturned
returned to Colorado While hlle the Indians
had aU th the choice tracts oven their crop cropswere
were w ro of the most ordinary Owing to t all aUthoee allthose
those with low number returned return d with without wittout without ¬
out having made entries It in extremely extremelydoubtful
doubtful whether whetberVany any an of the fortyseven fortysevenmore
more Lehi people peo lc will 111 make any selec aelections I
lIons tlonsOpening lIonsOpening
5 5 5Openinj
Opening August SOthf SOthfThe 30thfThe 30th 30thThe
The fall faHUne line of the celebrated DunlapHnts DunlapHats Dunlap DunlapHats
Hats will be on sale Exclusive agents agents55rown a agentscrown ents entsGrown
Grown Terry Tf > rry Woodruff W Co Tel lOll
166 Main street streetWANTS V V I
Wasatch WasatchDevelopment WasatchDevelopinent Development Company File F PilesSixth FileSixth es esSixth
Sixth Application With State StateEngineer StateEngineer StateEngineer
Engineer Tanner TannerThe TamIelThe V VThe
The Wasatch Development company companywhich companywhIch companywhich
which filed five applications for ator atorrights
rights with the state engineer Mon Monday 1onRY
day RY yesterday asked for still tjl1 another anothergrant anoth anothgrant
grant The sixth application Is for
100 secondfeet s of water wa terrom from rom the Green Greenriver Green11or Greenriver
river for irrigating lands Iu Wasatch Wasatchcounty Wasatchcounty Vasatehcounty
j county V The company proposes to top tobuld
i p buld a dam head heacigata pate anti an J channel channelhe channejthe
< the he latter to fe c 52300 5 800 fe feet t long The TheMatr Theva
Matr va tar would be diverted from the theLake theUke theLake
Lake fork of the Green GreenFor GreenFor
For the purport ot o watering stock stockAirs stockMrs stockMrs
Mrs Jane E Ketcham has applied for torOii forOs
06 secondfeet of u water from Forst ForJt4Ni ForJt4NiRprin Forstedsprings d dsprings
springs Rprin g Beaver county The point of ofdiversion ofdiversion
diversion is to be seventeen miles south southand southand southand
and ninetyfour feet east of the sec section setlon seetion < ¬
tion corner common to sections 35 3 and
36 So bound Tp 2 21 S R 19 W WMrs WMrs
Mrs Ketcham would build a rock and andearth andearth andearth
earth dam 200 feat Idnjr IdnjrLAST l ldngVV5V nJ nJe nJLAST
Saturday Sept 2 2Via 2V 2Via
Via V In Oregon Short Line The TJJ usual usualereatly usualroot1 usualgreatly
greatly root1 reduced excursion rate will willprevail wUlprevail wiiprevail
prevail See Sieagcnts agents for further partic particulars particulars partleulars ¬
ulars City ticket office 201 Main st stSalt atSalt
00 00Salt I
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SuppliesDev SUPPllolIDoy SuppliesDev
Dev and Finishing Firq Io1 Main and 5d c1 So SoEXCURSION SoEXCURSI SoEXCURSIONTOOGO
And Ogden Canyon CanyonWednesday CanyonV
V Wednesday V dnesdt Aug 30 via vmOregon Oregon Short ShortLine SlioytLine i
Line Elks convention this day du Hound Houndtrip Houndtrip Roundtrip
trip to Ogden 100 Special Spec al train i
leaves Salt Lake 200 p m returning
leave Ogden on regular train at 630 p > p I
m or special at lu46 p m All Elks Elksand Elksand Elksand
and friends Invited invjtedDIAMOlJDCOAL InJtedIt
It ce ceDIAMO
Sold only by Citizens Coal company
Removed to t 1S3 S Main Phone 49 49DENVER 49t 49DENVER V VV
Via D R G Sept 1st 2d 2dThree 2dThree 2dThree
Three fast through trains daily Open Opentop Opentop Opentop
top observation cars free through the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand canyons and Ho ROttl > al gorge Choice Choiceot
ot routes Stopovers allowed Tickets Ticketsgood Ticketsgood TIckEtsgood
good returning Sept SO SOREAL 30t 30REAL V VV
William Gv G Roylanoe to Si S Sards I 4 Rich Richards
ards lot 19 block 2 2 5acr plat t t P 3 SW
Harlot Wilkins to Eric Martin Hol Holmen Holmen HotJuan
men lots 1 etc sec 30 township to n8hip
2 seuth range 1 ant t h 1
W R R William UUme to Joaeirii J uh Hovelon V Viota
Iota IS and 44 C S SvilkW WUk lS1lkoV ll sub subI sub4tpimiion
I division divisionJoseph cUlslonJoseph 4tpimiionJoseih
Joseph Hovelon H veloil to John J Kd Edgar dgr r
lots 45 4 and 1J C CS S WilKW Will 4uto flub b
I division
V VPeter 460
Peter OBrien O rllln to Utah UtabCopper Copper Co V Vland
land In section t n 15 township tO 8hlp 3 south souChran southrange v vrang
rang ran e 2 w west wetetFrank westFrank st jGSB
Frank Thompson to the Utah Copper
i Co land In section 15 township to nsblp nsblptlouth 3 3louth 5south
south range 2 west wt t 1 I
i F Ii S Baxoom to San Pedro LosAn LosAnRelos Los Losngales An AngelOB
gales Salt Lak Railway compa company company ¬
ny 11 land In section 9 township towrmhiplsouth 1 1south Isouth
south range raugel 1 west westM west3r
M C Moon to Cinhi JAta T F Mltehdiicr Mltehdiicri lUteh ncr ncro
i V J0ls o S r LV etc block > Ioclc 1 Buona Vista 1
George A A white CVhtte to Thomas Th mas Jones Joneslot Toneslot Joneslot
lot 1 1 block M 33 T pl plat I t C C1 2r 1 1 1E
E B Wick Y ck to the Mutual MU ual Realty RealtyV
V Co lots 3 3 etc bloc kip k1 10acre 10acreplatA 10acrepiatA
platA plat A AEdtha 5 5lad alidtha
lad Edtha tha 5 Edwards to Lorna Pratt
lot 16 16 block X i Pratfs I > mtta subdivision 325
Lorna Pratt to Zina W V Pratt lot 17 1
block 2 Pratfs PrattsVsubdivIeior subdivision subdlIBlo is isP
P T Ellwell to J 1 A Frltch FrJtohlots lots 18 18etc 18etc 18etc
etc block 1 North Waterloo L
Ma Maj Senten Bascom to Sarah Edna EdnaRawhousen EdnltHawhousen EdnaItawbousen
Rawhousen lots 22 and 21 block i
2 2 Bellevuo Park 23SO 3iO
Matilda IatUde O Young to William VJJamEdwin Edwin
Openshow Openahaw section secton 17 township toynshIpsouth 2 2south
tovjlshlp tovjlshlpsouth
south south rttmtail e staDi A 1 1
WlHIam Willam EawinXpertsr EdWqOphdsrti r1l r ttUMatilda IltUd V
O Tpunk4cUonUClow rpua Young Jue U m a4unIiIp hip 2 2i
i iitl h > ranee ranee 1 1 past nll V I
Judge Armstrong Astng Issues I suei Temporary TemporaryInjunction TcmporsryIfljUIlCtiOiI
Injunction IjUctn Against At Justice JusticeSTcOmie JUtce JUtceMcOme utIceIcOznie
STcOmie McOme of Murray MurrayA Muy MuyA
A temporary tcm orarrestrinlng restraining order was wasyesterday wasyesterday wasyesterday
yesterday granted grnted by Judge Judg Armstrong Armstrongto Arm3trn Arm3trnt
to t prevent the enforcement oC oCn a judg judgment judgment judgmeat ¬
ment rendered rdered by Justice Justce J P Mc McOmie 1c 1cOm McOmie
Omie Om Ie of Murray Iutny against Henry Henr W WGayler V VGayler VGayler
Gayler and Hannah Gayler Mr 11 and andMrs andlrs andMrs
Mrs lrs Gayler Gayle through ttrough their attorneys attorneysHarrington attrney attrneyHarrn atthrneyHarrington
Harrington Harrn ton Sanford Sntord a uk < jk that the therestraining thereltralnlng therestraining
restraining reltralnlng order orcer be made mde permanent permanentagainst permanentagainst permanentagaInst
against Francis Frncis G Luke Merchants MerchantsProtective Merchant MerchantsProtective
Protective Protve association asociton J P Po McOmte McOmteand McOmleand McOnileand
and Dr Henry W V Gardner Garder They The al allege alItge a aloge ¬
loge that Dr Gardner knowing kowin of ofthe otthe ofthe
the methods of the said Luke and the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said other defendants dltendant nn n this case ce of ofstarting ofstrinG ofstarting
starting strinG suits suIt outside of tho City Ciy of ofSalt orSal ofSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lke turned over to them an a al alleged alleged a aleged ¬
leged bill b1 against aginst these plaintiffs plaIntffs for foralleged foraleged foralleged
alleged aleged professional services Con Continuing Contnuing Continuing ¬
tinuing tnuing they U ey allege aJege the t defendants defendantswrongly dfendant defendantswrongly
wrongly collusively colusiely and fraudulent fraudulently fra dulent dulently ¬
ly caused cused a complaint to be filed fled In InMcOmles InMcOmles inMeOmies
McOmles court at Murray Murr demanding demandingthe
the sum of 90 although a1hou h the Gaylers Gaylersand Gaylersand Caylersand
and Dr Gardner were residents re ldent of Salt SaltLake SaltLak SaltLake
Lake Lak City The plaintiffs plaintfs allege alego that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the words Salt Sal Lake Lke City Cit were wereerased wereerased ere ereerased
erased from the complaint and the theword theword theword
word Murray Iuray added and that a pre pretended pretended protended ¬
tended return was made on the sum summons summons summona ¬
mons without wIhout service on them to toue touefolowed ue uefollowed oefollowed
followed folowed by a n judgment jUdgent on Au AUg Aug 24 4 4l04
1304 in ttte te sum of 132 13 and 54SO 4m coatB coatBThe cost costnThe
The plaintiffs plaintfs allege alege a lack of juris jurisdiction jurIdicton jurisdiction ¬
diction dicton in the case cae and on oi informa information informaton Inforniatiomi ¬
tion ton and belief beler that the judgment judbJcnt was wasentered wasentered
entered without wihout proper sworn testi testimony tet testimany ¬
many mon They The claim that the doctors doctorsservices doctorsservIces doctorsservices
services were rendered to their mar married marMed marned ¬
Med son sn who died of his h 8 sickness sicknes and andthat andthat andthat
that if any claim exists itexists ItCJlstscgalnst ItCJlstscgalnsthis itVetststgalnst itVetststgalnsthis against againsthis
his estate tte V
Court Notes NotesFred NotesFred V VFred
Fred Bills Els accused of grand grandcony rnd lar larceny larcey ¬
ceny cey was arraigned before Judge Arm Armstrong Armstrong rm rmstrong ¬
strong yesterday e terdIY and took until unt today todayto tody todyto
to enter ntal his plea pleaThe Dlea pleaThe
The case against against John Jol Masters Masers was wasyesterday Was Wasyeaterday wasyesterday
yesterday dismissed dismised by Judge Arm Armstrong Ar Armntrong ¬
strong Jtrong on on motion moton of District Attorney Atorey
F C Loofbourow Lofbourow because becuse of lack of ofevidence ofevIdence ofevidence
evidence evidenceThe evIdence evIdencet evidenceThe V
The t Oregon Short Short Line Railroad Ralroad com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan yesterday began condemnation condemnationproceedings condemnaton condemnatonproceedings condemnationproceedings
proceedings against the Utah Uth Soap Soapcompany 50a1company Soapcompany >
company and Salt Lake Lke county to totake totake totake
take possession pssession of part of lot 4 block
119 19 plat A to be used for trackage trackageand trcka trackageand e eand
and building purposes purposesMrs urp05es urp05esMr urposesMrs
Mrs Mr Gertrude Bates through her he at attorney attorne attormiey ¬
torney torne Harry S Harper yesterday
filed fed suit sui for divorce from A A ABates ABate ABates
Bates Bate alleging n glnG failure fal re to support They Theywere Tey Teyware Theywere
were married in Salt Lake Lake City Nov No
22 2 1902 190 Mrs m Bates Bate asks for the rca restoration reRtoraton rcatoratlon ¬
toration toraton of her maiden name Ger Gertrude Gertrude Gertrude ¬
trude Mann The defendant Is sup supposed 5UPposld supposed ¬
posed posld to be In San Francisco FranciscoG
G H Dorton of Bingham BI 1gham Junction Junctionwus Juncton Junctonwas Junctionvas
was placed on trial before Judge Arm Armstrong1 Armstrongand Armstrong ¬
strong strongand and a I jury for an alleged oleged of offense otfense offense
fense committed commited on June 14 1904 110fEI 110fEIlen El Ellen ElIon ¬
len Burgin the complaining complaning witness witnessDr wlnc8 wlnc8Dr witnessDr
Dr Edward C Rich and Archibald ArchibaldMcSporran ArchibaldMcSporran rcltlbaldlcSpormn
McSporran lcSpormn of Bingham Junction Junct on had hadbeen hadbeen
been examined when whe an adjournment adjournmentuntil adjournmentunti
until unti 10 oclock this morning was us taken takenAlbert takenAlbert takenAlbert
Albert Coffman Cotman demands 415000 16000 from
the Ro R o Grande Grnde Western Railway Rlwa com company company cornpafly ¬
pany as compensation compensaton for the loss of ofhis ofhis
his left leg near Castle Caste Gate GatoJuh July
10 1905 19 In his complaint compJant Coffman Cotman al alleges a1leges atlogos ¬
leges that an employe empl e of thecompany the company
by threatening to strike him him Im with wih a aclub aclub aclub
club compelled compeled him to t jump from om a amoving amoving
moving stated statedJudg stnleJudS freight train trin witlu wltl the V VJudge result resultstated rc reultstated ul
Judge JudS Armstrong rm3tong yesterday estorda signed sl lcd an anorder anorer anorder
order orer requiring requirng the te City Clt of Salt Lake Lakeand Lke Lkend Lakeand
and nd the Utah Uth Light Railway com company conpanr coal coalpan ¬
pany pan to hpw cause on Sept 11 before beforeJudge elore eloreJUdge eforeJudge
Judge Morse why they the should not bo borestrained borestltUned berCstritlned
restrained from transferring thedeeds thedeedsto the deeds deedsto
to the Big Cottonwood property de desired deBir tiesired ¬
sired Bir cd by the city The complaint was wasfiled wastjlQd wastIItat
filed yesterday by A A T Santera at attorney attorney
torney for f r Thomas Homer HomerMrs HomerIrs HomerMrs
Mrs Irs Rebecca E Hanks > yesterday esterda
filed an action for 3700 against Ham Iarn nm
ilton S Park Mary G OHara being beingnamed belngna beingnanjed
named na ed as a defendant because she re refus rcfu refusch
fus fu fusch S to become a plaintiff Mrs Hanks Hanksalleges Hanksalleges Ranksalleges
alleges that while she was conducting
the Manitou hotel under a lease from fromPark fromPark
Park he failed to keep ke < p the roof of the
building in good condition thus dam damaging damlllng damaging ¬
aging her to the extent of 8200 She Sheasks Shelslts Sheasks
asks for 600 attorneys foes foesI toesVVVa
This IB the name of one of the very
handsome marble statues tatu in the Mel M l
llnw Food Booth at the Lewis clark
Exposition Portland This statue statuemade tltatuemade statuemade
made from the pure and white Car Carrara Carrara Carrant ¬
rara marble represents a little child childreaching chtJdreaching childreaching
reaching out Ho It tiny hands for its
Mellin8 Food It Is very lifelike and andworth anc1WOIUt andworth
worth seeing If you ou dont care for forstatuary torstatuary forstatuary
statuary there are oil paintings life 11 ¬
like portraits and a guessing contest contestto conttSttoontertaln
to toontertaln entertain you ou Melllns Food Booth
Agriculture building buildingFOR b buildingFOR ndins ndinse ndinsFOR
President of Ogden Association AssociationWants ASl5ociationWants AsBociationWants
Wants Display at Portland PortlandvV PortlandBroVninlf
vV IV r Browning Brownin president of the
Ogden Poultry association has under undertaken und undtaken undertaken ¬
taken to make a display of Utah Utahpoultry t Utahpoultry tab tabpoultry
poultry at the Potland fair which whichfilmll whlhsha whkhshah
shah sha eclipse any 1n exhibit ever made ma i in inthe inthe inthe
the west The state commission has hasrefused hasretul3ed hasrefused
refused to mako an appropriation for forthis forthis forthis
this purpose but this lack of funds
hog served only to tirnulate Mr
Browning who has issuod the follow following foUowInS followln ¬
InS ln curd to tt poultrymcn pou1tr mon throughout the thestate thestato thestate
state stateAs
As the Utah Lewis and Clark ex exposition exposition oxposition ¬
position committee have refused to In Inany Inan Inany
any an manner aid the poultry POuJt industry industryof
of Utah by aiding the breeders of ofchoice ofchoice
choice stock in makIng an exhibit at atthe atthe atthe
the largest poultry 1 display ever at attempted attempted l ltemptodln ¬
tempted temptodln in the t e west the Ogden Poul Poultry Poultr Foultry ¬
try tr Association wishes to seo Utah Utahrepresented Utahrepresented Utahrepresented
represented at this greatest of all allpoultry allpoultry altpoultry
poultry exhibitions and have made ar arrangements SLrratlernonts arrangements ¬
rangements to have exhibits selected
by exports free of charge c nrge for breeders breederswho breedersWhO breederswho
who desire such services servicesAU 8Qrvlc 8QrvlcAll servicesAll
All entries must be In the hands oC
the secretary secre Guy T Hunt room Z5 Z5Administration 1 1AdniIntstration 5 5Adm
Administration Adm 1fstratlon buildiugr Portland
Ore no nt later than September 10 Ex ¬
hibits will be received at Portland P rtlnnd
Monday October 2 2Judge 1Judse 2Judge
Judge Georso Geor o Taynum will be at atthe atthe atth
the th Roberts hotel h tel Provo September 2 2and 2and 2anti
and at tho Gentry houso Richfield
September 4 to make selections selectionsW
W V yW Browning will be at the theaervicevof theservice theserviceof
aervicevof service of Salt Lake and Ogden breed breedera
AXt era in date + < U 1 1Make
011 any they mil may select selectMake
Make your entries now and select selectyour selectOUr selectyour
your OUr best exhibits later Entrance
Si i per bird Pen S3 S3W 3W 3 3W
W W V BROWNING BROWNINGPresident BROWN1NGPresident G GPresident
President O tP A AOjrden AOgden AOgden
Body Ba Y Mass of Sores SCauld Could not Sleep SletpSpent SleipSpent
Spent Hundreds H ndred of Dollars on onDoctors onDoctors onDoctor3
Doctors but Grew Worse War3eCURED WorlleCURED
II Cuticura Cut1 Cutic ura ra saved savec1the the life of mY ciymother mymother
mother Mrs Win V F L Davis of Stony
Creek Conn Hers was the worsteczema worsteczema worst worsteczema
eczema I ever saw She was hardly hardlyable hardlyable hardlynblc
able to eat or sleep Her head and
body was a mass of sores and she shedespaired
despaired of recovery Finally Fina11 after afterspenaing
spenaing hun hundreds reds of dollars on doc doctors doetors
tors growing worse all the time timeliving tim timliving
living in misery for years with hair hairwhitened hairwhitened hairwhitened
whitened from stlfferitsg and body bodyterribly bodyterrlbly bodyterribly
terribly disfigured she was complete completely cQmplctely ¬
Vl ly cured by two calces of Cuticnra CuticnraSoap Cuticura5oap CuticnraSoap
Soap five boxes of f Ciiticura C1 tic ra and andthree andthr andthree
three thr e bottles bottl of Cuticura Resolvent ResolventGco ResolventGeo ResolventV
V Gao C Davis 161 W a6th 6th St 5 N Y
Project fo o Enlarge Etiliuge Emigration How HowGoes FlowGoes IlowGoes
Goes Back Ba k Some Time TineSome TineSomeMoney TmeSorneMoney Some SomeMoney
Money AvailableIn A Available va1IableIn
In an apparent effort to discredit discreditthe dla redlt redltthe
the efforts of the city administration administrationtoward admlnistraUuntoward administrationtoward
toward securing seeurin a better water sup supply supply supply ¬
ply for Salt Lake City Councilman T TR TU TH
R Black In a published Interview at attempts attempts atternpt ¬
tempts to corral for himself credit in inconnection inConnection Incopeection
connection with the Emigration can canyon canon canyon ¬
yon on matter It is by no nomeans rneans an anoriginal anoriginal anoriginal
original discovery dI3coYer of the Morris Morris ad administration admInistration administration ¬
ministration he councilman is quoted quotedas
as saying although the administra administration adminIstration adininistration ¬
tion forces are making quite a cackle cackleover CaCkleoer cackleover
over it at the present time More Morethan M Morethan Xe Xethan <
than two years cars ago o the council on onmy onmy onmy
my motion made an appropriation approprj lon of
1000 to investigate the feasibility of ofincreasing otlIcreaslng oficreaslng
increasing the water supply from that thatsource thatsolrce thatsotirce
source sourceThe solrceThe sotirceThOV
The matter rri tter did not originate withMrBlack with withMrBlack withMrI3lack
MrBlack at that time It was as first firstbrought firstbrought firstbrought
brought before bef 5re < the council in a a com communication communication cornmunicatlon ¬
munication from I L C Kelsey K lsey at that thattime thattime thattime
time city eIt engineer Mr Ir Kelsey tiled tiledon tiledon filedon
on fifteen second feet of water there thereon thereon thereon
on September 28 2S 1903 the council ap appropriated approprJated appropriated ¬
propriated 1000 on recommendation recommendationof
of a committee to which Mr Black didnot did didnot didnot
not belong or this appropriation appropri tion of of1I00
1000 1000 only onlyJ172 172 17 was used sod That Tbaarnount Tbaarnountwas amount amountwas amountwas
was expended for surveys and the
balance remains In the city treasury
The councilmen most prominent in Ithematter the thematter theVmattey
matter matter at that time wcra W V j
Tuddenham and A J Davis who made madea
a trip to the scene and urged urg d the ap appropriation approptatton appropriation ¬
propriation propriationJune proptattonJune propriationJune
June 13 1904 IDO the finance committee committeerecommended committeerecommended comniitteoreeonunen
recommended reeonunen < ied an appropriation of
52500 2500 for investigations In Emigration Emigrationcanyon EmIgrationcan inigratiozicanyon
canyon can on and the amount was appro approI appropriated uppropriated
I priated Of this amount only 275 has hasbeen hasbeen
been expended The money went for
investigations made by the city en engineers engineers engIreers ¬
gineers office working In conjunction conjunctionwith conjunctionwith conjunctionwtti
with the United States geological sur survey J3uryay aurvey ¬
vey The recommendation of George
W Rlter city engineer that 510000 be beappropriated beappropriated beappropriated
appropriated to tunnel under the sump
Is one of the results of this investiga ¬
tion tionThe
The dea idea of increasing time water watersupply water5Uppb watersupplyfrom
supply supplyfrom from Emigration canyon is con considerably consIderably conslderably ¬
siderably older lder than Mr Blacks public publiccareer publIccareer publiccareer
career in Salt Lake LakeNEW LakeNEW LakeNEW
Lieut L F Bolocau Joins the Twen TwentySecond TwcntySecond TwentySccond ¬
tySecond Battery BatteryFirst BatteryFirst BatteryFirst
First Lieutenant Louis T Boiseau Boiseauwho Dolse1Uwho Bolseauwho
who was transferred from the Fifth
battery batt ry field artillery July 31 to the
Twentysecond battery butter at Fort
Douglas < arrived arrh ed at his new station stationyesterday stationyest statipaYesterday
yesterday yest rday Ho has been on dutj dut re recently rccenU recently ¬
cently cenU at Fort Monroe Va at the theartillery theartlUel theartillery
artillery school schoolLieutenant schoolLieutenant schoolLIeutenant
Lieutenant Boiseau was appointed
from civil life in Washington D C
as second lieutenant of the First Die ¬
trict of Columbia Infantry Hay 110 13
1898 He was made first lieutenant
September 12 1S9S lS S and was mustered musteredout
out November 20 1S9S He was ap ¬
pointed first lieutenant of o the Forty Fort
first United States infantry August
IT 1899 was w mustered out July S
1901 and was W appointed in permanent permanentestablishment permanentestabUshm permanentestablishment
establishment estabUshm nt first lieutenant of the theartillery theartllJery theartillery
artillery corps August 22 1901 He is isa Isa isa
a graduate of the law detriment de artment > of
Yesterdays Record R cord at the Local Of Offfce Ofrflee Office
flee of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum Bureaunximum Bureau3laximum
Maximum nximum temperature 52 9 degrees min mm ¬
imum temperature C5 decrees deGTe mean tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature 7S S degrees which is I 7 degrees degreesabovs jegreeaboe degreesabove
above the normal accumulated nccumulatedexccss excess ol
temperature since the first of the month
S8 degrees accumulated excess f xcelS of tem temperature temperaturo ternperature ¬
perature since Han 1 1 lBS degrees Total Totalprecipitation TotalprecJpItatJon TotalprecipitatIon
precipitation from 6 p m to S p m none noneaccumulated noneaccumulated noneaccurnulatod
accumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitationsince precipitationslutc precipitatIonsiege
since the first of the month At 4 inch ac accumulated accumulated accumulated ¬
cumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitationsince precipitationI
since Jan 1 36 inch inchLadies InchLadles incho
o 4 4Ladies t
Ladies Free Day Da Saltair Aug 31
Largest Stock of Hi Hiin High firade Instruments Instrumentsin
in the State at a Burning Sacrifice SacrificeThe
The Real Center of Low w Prices and Easy asy Terms T Tcrm erm Is at atr atMain
74 Main Street Carstensen Crs tensen Anson Co
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The prudent piano purchaser will i11 not accept a alefthanded alefthanded alefthanded
lefthanded argument as evidence of sincerity of ofpurpose ofpurpose ofpurpose
purpose It requires more than mere words or oily oilyphrasing oilyphrasing oilyphrasing
phrasing to produce conviction albeit it must beallowed be beallowed beallowed
allowed that the shortsighted proportion of the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general public is too often influenced by the t e magic magicof
of a supposed bargain bargainThere bargainThere V
There are bargain pianos as well as bargain bargainhorses bargainhorses bargainhorses
horses But you want to be on the David Harum Hammend Harumend Harumend
end of the argument for even music dealers will willsometimes willsometimes villsometimes
sometimes strange as it may seem adduce some somesupposedly somesuppos somesupposedly
supposedly suppos dIy reasonable excuse for bargaining bargainingpianos bargainingpianos bargainingpianos
pianos But bargain pianos and piano bargains bargainsare
are as different as can be In the former line we webeg webeg webeg
beg to be excused We W c leave the field clear It Itusually Itusually ItustiaUy
usually belongs to the qountry agent and when he hefails hefails hefails
fails to turn a trick with a bargain piano it is isthe isthe isthe
the part of wisdom wisd m to pass it by byIf byIf byIf
If you really want one of the kind of instru instruments instruments inatruinents ¬
ments made to sell seldom touse we can arrange arrangeto
to accommodate you from one of the many eastern easternfactories easternfactories easternfactories
factories represented in this city but we could not notadvise notadvise notadvise
advise its purchase purchaseOn purc purciaseOn ase aseOn
On the other hand it is the purpose of this thiscompany thiscompany thiscompany
company now and always to have piano bargains bargainsbargains bargainsbarga bargainsbargains
bargains barga in pianos that are standard the
world over The present opportunity for getting gettinga
a selection from among these makes marks the thelowest thelow thelowest
lowest low st ebb of prices ever placed Non on genuinely good goodinstruments goodi goodthtruments
i instruments in this city New pianos never out outof outof outof
of the store unboxed direct from the factory but buta
a few days arereduced to a figure that makes it itpossible itpossible itpossible
possible for the humblest cottage in the state to tobe tobe tobe
be graced by their beauty They have never been beenout beenout beenout
out to the country shop reboxed and bundled into intotown intotown intotown
town again againThe igainThe againV
V The Carstensen Anson Co offers you now nowthe nowth no nothe
the th choice of the largest and finest stock of high highgrade highgrade highgrade
grade standard instruments now on exhibition in intheir intheir intheir
their ware room at 74 Main St at the reductions reductionshere reductionshere reductionshere
here named
50000 pianos for 26700 267OOV
V 47500 47500 pianos for 24700 247OOVV
VV > 45000 pianos for 23700 23700I
I V V 37500 pianos for 17300
< 435000 35000 pianos ios for 14700 14700V
V V VV V 25000 pianos for 12600 12600Your 12600Your
Your terms are ours on any of these instru instruments instruments insbumeats ¬
ments V
We Ve have several good uprights that have had hadsome hads badsOnic
some s sOnic nie use that are included in this sale the prices pricesranging pricesranging pricesranging
ranging from 6900 6900upward upward
It is to your interest to visit the show rooms of o the LAR6 LAR6ST LAR6STAND ST STAND
3 1 1Nothing
Nothing that approaches it in quality is obtain obtainness obtainable obtainable
able at t the same price priceNothing pnce pnceV pnceNothing V V V
Nothing that surpasses it in richn richnei hness purity mild mildi mildness mildness
ness or aroma is is obtainable obtainableThe at twice e me the i price pricethat price priceThe priceThe
The perfect and ideal idealthe blend that best unites all allf allthe allthe
the characteristics of Turkish Turkishgiven Cigar tt tte tobacco is isguyen isgivenin
given guyen givenin in m I Ii
JIt JIti JItI JItThe
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b The Turkisli Turki h Cigarette that leads the tlieworld theworldin theV theworld
V world worldin in popularity and sales not because of ofits ofits J
its low price but because of its fundamental fundamentalquality fundamentalquality fundamentalI
I quality its purity and its it fragrance
0 V V
c cEverywhere cz
10 FOR 10 CENTS CENTSEverywhere V VI
Everywhere EverywhereTHE
V THE FLAG GIRLS GIRLsExquisite Exquisite re reproductions feproductions reproductions ¬
productions of large size 6x9 inches inchesin inchesinfou1
I in infou1 infautfethcolarsof fourteen eei cofors c orstof oi the thefumo famous s paint paintings paintings paintillgs ¬
ings series of 25 2Z beautiful women in incharacteristic incharacteristic incharacteristic
characteristic national costume Ef Effective Effective ¬
4 fective decoration decora on for den clubroom clubroomor clubrooniII
II or cafe The whole series sent post postpaid postpaid postI
I paid j ior or r 25c 25cS 25cS V VSANffGYROS
111 Fifth Avenue AvenueNevrYork New York

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