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THE SALT SL r LAKE HERALD THURSDAY TfILRSD Y AUGUST 31 1905 3
4ERMANVlEW ERMAN VIEW OF OFTtlE 0FWE H HTHE
WE CONFERENCE CONFERENCEResult
Result Due to Tenacity of Russian RussianCzar BussianCzar
Czar CzarAPA CzarjJAPAEsE
jJAPAEsE WPAiSESE APA ESE SHOWED WISDOM WISDOMMASTERFUL WISDOMMASTERFUL WISCOMMASTERFUL
MASTERFUL WORK OF F AMERI AMERICAN AM AMERICAN ERI ERICAN
CAN PRESIDENT PRESIDENTBerlin PRES I DENT DENTBerlin
Berlin Aug 30 3OChft1lcolor Chancelor von BUOIO4 Bualo Bualowhich N
In aCknowJedsment or r t1e tb1C blf d1JittefI d1JittefIWhich ltip > at atWhich
which Game from the Associated Aa oclted Prfl Pr > rlJ rlJWith iB
with the announcement of peace and an anoutline anr
outline r > at the terms of the a agreement agreementsays eement eementsas
says saysIn
In their reception of this fortunate re result reBult re8t11t ¬
sult the German advocates of puttee uaee are arcIn areIn
In full agreement with the Americans 6
The Gorman government h hR has prepared
Its view of the situation which will al HP P
pear In the next Issue J Uf of of the North Ger G ¬
man ma Gazette aa a follows followsTenacity tallowsTenacity
Tenacity of the Czar CzarWe CzarVegreet
We Vegreet greet the news new with lively JJveJ satle iU iUtactlon
faction The agreement quite beyond ex expectations expectaUons ¬
pectations is due ue to the quiet tenacity t nacltylot
lot or f Emperor Nicholas and his counselors counselorstcntlariea counselorsn
In n St Petersburg as well as the plfU1I pledpo
tcntlariea at Portsmouth Acknowledg ¬
ment must be made of the amount of the theuntouched theUntouched
untouched powers of resistance that re remain remain ¬
main In the Russian Imperial state notwithstanding not notwlthstamllng hotWithstanding ¬
withstanding the military misfortunes misfortunesand
lli and of the t upsetting of ail the political Itc ItcUndervaluation
lnge ulheu
Pt
theories rS that a had been t built upon the
undervaluation of the Slav world worldJapanese worldJapanese worldJapanese
Japanese Wisdom WisdomThe WisdomThe
The decision of the Japanese states statesmen statesmen ¬
men was not an easy one but It honors 110n018t
heir t wisdom It shows also that the
youngest world power which has so bril rll ¬
liantly entered Into the community of the theultlvated theulUvated theUltlatej
ultlvated powers is i worthy of the ex ¬
ample It gave during the war ir The con conConditions
Iusion of peace b by yielding aU sharp
Conditions OndltJon may be more highly hlght valued be beause beause beause
ause the agreement was a voluntary act actwe
We we congratulate both sovereigns their theirovernmentti theirOVernmen
governments OVernmen and their peoples with ith open
Pleasure on attaining an understanding
with each other and Ye e hope that those thosewho thollewho
who have been enemies may as soon as asno astlp
no c1 final peace treaty trea Is signed begin to tonext tovt
> p next to each other as good neigh nclghIS ¬
vtp t k s IS is isL s
vt p L Roosevelts Masterful Work WorkShining WorkShining
Shining Into the history hlstor of our times timeswill UmeswJJl
will be the record of President Rooae Rooaefits
fits elt It services whereby whereb the conclusion of ofwas otII
> Ea II < was made possible His master masterally masterJII
ally JII conducted work of statesmanship
t ind humanity will not be forgotten by the theAfter thetworid
uvorJd uvorJdAfter 1
> After the first sensations of wonder and andeilef
eilef ijef over the announcement of peace peace peacermany
5 lrmaIty > rmany observers try to adjust their theirinceptions theirn theirfl1ptiOfl8
inceptions n ptlons of the powers that brought broughtca broushtRU8Sla
> ca < f Russias position with a powerful powerfulM
M K guhvt llh < i > r both east and west egt now becomes becomessomewhat becomeslomrowh
somewhat lomrowh t similar to Germanys Russia RUBSifLoubtlPRI
Joubtlesi oubtlesik will maintain a strong arm armn army rmy
n the ekst to 9t and thus relieve somewhat
he h weight wt > igbt of her numbers on the west westrn westt
rn n frontier tt reSh She will I no O longer e be feared fearedis fear fearet L
t et is heretofore I because ec Oe even e after 1reeart 1reeartcstnratlon the thecstoratlon th
4 cstoratlon of her h r prestige and the re reirginization rerg1nlzatJon rergtnization
irginization of her resources she will willvcr willvel I Iver
vcr have Japan to watch and calculate calculatejpon calculatepon I Ip4t
jpon p4t The German G rman government accord aecordtitf aQcordTIt
titf TIt to some of the best newspaper judges judgesire
ire convinced that Japan may be ex exTCcd e eced
TCcd ced d to remain e quiet for many years
Tt da Jnth Jnth1IehJo 1IehJo
1 T let alone a ne and that she will I peacefully peacefullevelop C yesrr f rs rsiEvelop r
levelopher iEvelop her estate on the Asiatic epntf epntfifnt contf contf1fnt eontt eonttwnt
ifnt The yellow enow peril seems to have haveirsrty ha haht liavlrgy
bought irsrty ht htdIsappeared disappeared out of German I
0 0WHEN I
WHEN SLEEP FAILS FAILSTake FAILSTake FAiLSTake
Take Horsfords Acid Phosphate PhosphateHalf
Half a teaspoon in half a glass of ofwater ofwaterju o owater r
water waterju just t before retiring brings re refreshing refrshing refreshing ¬
freshing sleep sleepBROWNTOtE
ca caBROWN
7 BROWNTOtE BROWN BROWWTOBEBOUNCEC BROWWTOBEBOUNCECYapanese TO BE BOUNCED BOUNCEDJapanese BOUNCEDJapanese
Japanese Propose to Look After AfterKorean AfterKorean r rKorean
Korean Custom Houses in inthe inthe inthe
the Future FutureHeoul Futureul FutureeouI
Heoul eouI > ul Aug 30 3OJohn John McLeavy McLeavyBrown IcLeaYyBrown
Brown who for twelve years past has hasbeen hasbten hu hubeen S
been at the lifetid l ttd of the Korean cus customs customs enshorns ¬
toms is to be dismissed This is prob probbly probibly probS
bly due to the fact that the customs customsadministration customs1dministratfon S
administration has been undertaken undertakenby undertakeibY a
by M Megato le t the Japanese advise adviseif
> t the Korean government and is part partf par parf
> f his general plan to reorganize reorganizeKorean reorganizeKorean C CKorean
Korean finance Under the new ar arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
rangements the customs service will willease wIllOOS wil II IIease
ease OOS to exist as a separate organiza organization org nlza nlzatlon ¬
tion but will be arranged on a plan plansimilar planhntlar pin pinelmilar U
similar to that of the Chinese mari maritime m marltime rl ¬
l time customs customsIn
In 1901 Russia attempted to oust oustBrown oustBrown ous ousItrown it
Brown who was as retained however howeverwlng howeverwIng r rwlng
> wlng to the supoort of the govern governments govenlments L Linents ¬
ments of Great Britain and America AmericaSince AmericaSlnCe L Linee
Since inee the Japanese Inuence has pre predominated predominated prtdominated ¬
dominated at the Korean court it ithas ithas
has been expected that they the would wouldtake wouldtake woultake Ltd d
take over the control of the customs customsbut customsbut 5 5but
but it wasrecently waSre < antly reported that even evenhpn eventhn eve n nhen
hen the contract with Mr tr Brown Brownwould Brownwould n nould
would ould be renewed Consequently the thef thews Ui Le Leews
f irws ws that he is to be dismissed comes comesas comesas eom is isas
> as a surprise Director Brown llglited llglitedrhe Ughtedh d dhe
rhe h he > cloast cast and improved the harbors harborsduring harborsdurlng s sdurlng
durlng his hi long lon service in the depart department t tmeat
mr meat t twhich was the he only one hon honestly hon5th I Iistly ¬
estly 5th 4drninistered dminIstered in the government governmentWILL t tWILL
1001 1001WILL
WILL SAIL TODAY TODAYManila TODAYanl1a
Manila anl1a Aug 30 3OThe The transport Lo Logan Logan Lcgall I ¬
gan with Secretary Taft and pary parynil paryn par y ym
nil n board will sail for Japan tomorrow tomorrowAug tomorrowAug r rAug
Aug 31 at noon noonSTOMACHS noon noonSTOllACHS noonSTOMACHS
STOMACHS ON STILTS STILTSThe STILTSThe STtLTSThe
The man who puts on stilts does not in increase increase ii 1 ¬
crease his actual stature lie only feela feelataller fool9taUer fee Is 1Is
taller Stimulants are the stilts of the thestomach thostomach Ui LO
stomach The Thei make a man feel better betterfor betterfor boW boWfor UiiF iF
for the time being bom but buthe buthe buthe
he feels f elf a Kreat reat deal dealworso dealworse B Bward
worse lor for them after afterward afterward
ward wardThe wardThe wardThe
The need of the man manwhoso manwhoso manwhose
whoso stomach is isweak isweak Isweak
weak Is not stimu stimulation stimulation ¬ d i
lation but strength strengthalcohol stren th thDr 7
Dr Pierces Go GoldenJ n nM
M i e cdi die C a 1 DiscoE Discoveryf1 > r rperfectly t L
perfectly answers that thatneed v 1k4
need It contain no noalcohol 5
alcohol or orwhisky whisky wbi J Tt Ttceres t tceres tcureS
ceres the weak foul foulstomach i istomach
stomach with its it at altondant I to totcndmt v vtcndant
tcndant bad smelling
breath coated tongue tonguebad tori torgwbad W o obad
bad taste poor app appftite apptite v vtit
tit tite and kindred symp symptoms smptoIns mJ mJtoms > ¬
toms tomsIn tomsIn toInsI23
In the year 1P991 Jm 99 I had hadan hadan hadan
an attack of Indigestion Indigestionand
and sot t so bad that my myhomo myhome myhome
home doctor said he hecould hecould liecould
could not do Bit any anygood anygoo anygood
good goo writes Mr G GTrent GTrent GTreat
Trent of Gordcnrillp Go GordnrllleTexas rtknIJI rtknIJITexas > KV v
Texas I wrote to you YOUand youand f fand
and you advised me to touse touse touse
use Dr Plereos Ooldon OoldonMedical CioldonMedical oldondedical
Medical Discovery so r rbought rbowbt ibought
bought six bottles and andrrhen andwhen andithen
when I commenced us uslaff usIDI uslug
lug It I ras as so weak weakcould weakcould Wcakcould
could hardly walk walkabout walkabout Val k kabout
about the house hou houthe By Bythe Bythe
the time I 1 had used usN one ODObottle onek r rbottle
k bottle my stomach and andbowels andbowels andbowels
bowels commenced to tobeaL toheal j jbeaL
beaL There were strips stripsof triViof
of the lining of my mystomachorixaels stomach or bowels I donl donlknow dOD dciknow lit 1 1know
know which as large as a a mans two fingers fingerspassed finlersllSScd fingt ir iriassod
passed llSScd and I had a good 00 < 1 deal ot misery in my mystomach mJtstoma r rstomach
stoma stomach < h and bowels and also In the rectum rectumespecially rectumSIec1aUy recta rectaespecially
especially I could noroit anything anytWniwilhout anytWniwilhouthaInlrmuch without withouthaving ut uthaving t
having haInlrmuch much distress afterward but by the thetime tJ16time be betime e
time I had taken tacn eisht bottles of the Golden GoldenMedical GoldQnMedlrll Go1 en enIi in
Medical Discovery I was as sound and well welland wolland we Ii I
and could gat anything I pleased without withoutuufferinc withouta witho weut ut it
uufferinc a fferinJ In tbo least Could also do as withocii much muchwork muchWor1t inn cii h
work In a day as I ever pr could I have inniot noV noVsuffered 110 110rotrered i isuered iot ilr
suffered from the trouble since and It was wasfour ns nsfour asfour
four years eats ago that I was so lick stekTho sic sicTho lickTho
Tho solo motive for substitution Is to topermit topermit topermit n
permit the doaltr to make a little more moreetituto moraprofit ma ro roIj u
profit lIo Ilogains gains you lose Accept nosuJr nosuJrstitute nosii nosiietituto Ij
etituto for Golden Medical cdicnl Discovery DiscoveryConstipation DI6coryConstipation DteccvorrConstipation
Constipation causes and aggravates aggravatesmany nggratcamany Cs Csly
many serious diseases It is thoroughly thoroughlycured thorougblycured thoroughsured ly
cured by Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets
1 1I
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OCrDEN O > EN NJEWS NJEWSI N E S SOffice
I Office 2484Washington 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
i
Ogden Thursday Thurs ay Aug 31 31COMPROMISE 31j 31l 31COMPROM1SE
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I COMPROMISE WITH WITHWATER WATER COMPANY COMPANYWaterFranchise COMPANYWate COMPANYWaterFranchise
WaterFranchise Wate Franchise Passed Passedata at a Special Meeting of the Ogden OgdenCity OgdenCity OgdenCity
City Council Several Sev ral Amendments AmendmentsTacked AmendmentsTackedOn tacked tackedOn TackedOn
On TheRate the Rate Schedule
I
1 HE water ater franchise fran hlso presented presentedasa presentedasaBUbSt1tut asA a asultitute
T I I BUbSt1tut substitute In an endeavor to ef eff effet effeta e et eta t ta
a compromise between the city and andthe andthe andhe
1
the t he water company last la t night passed passedthe
the t he city council at a special session sessionSeveral scssi sessioneveral u uSevoral i
Several S everal amendments were tacked on onone onne j jone
one o ne providing that lawns outside the theproperty thepropert
property p line between the curb arid the thelot theI
lo lot t shall be sprinkled free Another pro provides
I vides ides that the company must put in a ameter
meter m eter for the consumer whenever the thef
lr latter l desires deslt ts A third provides for forrevision
f revision r of the rates every ten years
by b y the council An amendment by byI
I Moyes M oyes provided that all water now nowI nowased
leased le ased by the company to the city elt may
I be b e taken tal back by the city at any an time
All the councilmen were present ex eiC eiCcepting
ceptlng c eptin Dalne Randall and Emmett
All A ll voted for the franchise excepting
T TFollowing YFollowing
Moyes M oyes
Following are the principal features featuresof
of o f the rate schedule s hedule heduleSchedule
Schedule ScheduleAle
Ale AA A le cellar Meter
Alcohol A lcohol manufacturer Meter Meterakery
Bakery B akery Meter I
Bakery Bakol B akery and confectionery com
bitted bin ad Sit S40to to 2J 00 I
B arber rb r shop s mot J hot t exceeding e i two t
chains 7 00 00I
BFor For each additional chair 140 140ath 1 40
Bath B ath tubs tubsPublic Public hotels boarding
I houses public buildings and
blocks barber shops sh JS hospitals
lodging or roominir house first ftra
tub I 600
Each additional tub L 350 a > 50
Beer B eer House Meter
Beer B eer pump 2000 20 00
Btacksmith B shop per forge 350 3 350ook EO
Book B ook bindery bln er per hand ISO 1 50
Minimum charge 10 1000 1000r 00
Brewew B e Motor
Brick B BB rick r for r hauling i1 nsper per thousand ih ii 10
Brick B rick yard Meter
Butcher B utcher shop 10 to 2000 20 00
Candle g C andle manufacturer Meter
Candy C andy 3 manufacturer l r Ct Meter Meterarriage t
Carriage C shop 4 Metor
Cemetery C emetery lot one lot lot ot 200 2 00
Each additional lot ICO 1 ro
Church C 55 5 to 1000 10 00
Clsarv C igarmanufacturer manufacturer for or first six
hands per hand 200 00
For each additional hand ISO 1 50 50I
Minimum charge 1200 I
Club C lub rooms 3 SO to 1050 0 SO
Coffee C saloon Meter
Concrete C oncrete work per cubic yard ard 00
Confectionery C store 10 00 to to 1000 00 00ounty
County Count C ounty court house Meter
Cows Co C ows 9 each MeterI 1 00 I
Distillery Motor
Drugstore Drug D rug store 10 1000 00 to 1800 IS 00
Dyeing D clns or scouring Meter
Fire plugs or attachment for free freeon treeon freeon
on each floor flooror
JVjr or each additional each 2000 20 00 ii
Fire hydrants h drants to be paid by b Ogden dcn
City or other party using same samewith samewith
with a water pressure of not less
than eighty pounds at all times UmesOXCelt
except during fires when the thepressure thepressure
pressure shall be boer over 300 00 pounds poundsro
po p the square Inoh oaah 3000 20 00 i is
Foundry Foundry Meter JoterQWlrterInh
Fountains s with with jet jet not n i exceeding c di
quarterinch diameter per month montIr 3 350 50
Hall h all public social or danc
Ing 3 350 GO to 10JOO
Hat manufacturer Meter
Horse or mule private all stock
kept where connections are made madewith
with water per head ISO 1 eo
Hose connection with privilege of ofsprinkling oflSprlnklln
sprinkling onehalf street per
front foot 35 35I
Fpr sprinkling lawn garden yard yardand yardand yardand
and park inside of curb not In Including Includlns ineluding ¬
I eluding walks per er aauareyard SQuare ard 03 I
No license issued for combined combinedsprinkling combJnedsprinkUng
sprinkling of lawn arden yard yardpark yardpark
park Jnside of curb and sidewalk I
for less than per annum 3BO S 60
For washing wa hlnr urivate vehicles each 1 00 CX
For private stable when no charges chargesarc charI s i
are made for animals and vehicles
in sai salq < J barn for four horses or I
less e58 550 550For 5o4For O OFor
For each additional horse 1 100 100For 00 04
t Forlivery For livery stable Meter
Hotel lodging or boarding houseMeter houseMeterBouse
House or private residence occupied
by one family four rooms or less 4 00 04
Five rooms or less 4 450 450Each SO SOEach d 3
Each additional room providing
that attics closets butteries and
basements when not used as liv living JivIng living ¬
ing rooms shall be free with wa a ¬
ter terVithout 60 60Without S 0 0Without
Without water 2 S
Bath tub private residence each 1OO 1 00 0 0
Water closet 1 oO oOHousos i 0 0Houses O OHouses
Houses occupied by b more than one oneExtfE oneCamlu
family for extra family of two S 00 00ExtrA 0 0Extr5 i
ExtrA family of flv five z 00 00And 00Ic 0 0
faml1r
Icngr And ngr for each extra et family larger 4 00 00Ice 0 0
Ice Ic cream in saloon IJ 10 00 < ei eiJundry to 30 00 00Laundry 0 0
0r
Laundry Jundry Meter MeterLaundry MoteLaundry IeterLaundry r
Laundry tubs for each private resi
1 ienca 150 150And 1 1And 51 51samc 0
And JI1101 tor or more m than lh one il t family iii in Insame
1 same residence additional fami families tamlL ¬
lies each eachLaboratory 150 150Laboratory 0 j
Laboratory L k Meter MeterLiquor I ILiquor r
Liquor store st re and an saloon saloon10 100 10 0 to 35 00 00Livery WLIpry Ci U rU
Livery feed or sale stable Mete MetorLocomotives Meter 1etorLocemoUves Cir r
Locomotives Meter MeterMachine Ieterrrachine r
Machine shops Meter Meter MeterOffice lIeterOrnce MeteOffice r r
Office building bulldln for more than twen twenty twenty ¬
ty rooms Meter MeterOffices MeterOllceBEacl1 MeteOfficesEach r f
Offices OllceBEacl1 Each suite banks express expressrailway exprossrailway expressrailway
railway attorney physician ph slclan min mining minIng mm mmlug ¬
j ing company or other offices each eachtap enchtap
tap 850 50 50to7C 50to7COffices to 700 700Offices 700Ottices 40 9
Offices without water attachment
1 100 00 to 3 300 300ster 30 00 00Oyster 40 B
40r
Oyster yser ster saloon Meter MeterPacking Meter eter eterPacking f
Packing house Meter MeterPhotograph lleterPhotosraph r r
Photograph gallery 1500 16 00 to 3D J O 00 00Plastering 00P18Itrl1g 0 0Plating 40 0
Plastering ner square LUrO yard mills 00 00Printing OOPrlnUng tiP tiPPrinting 1
Printing office pdr hand for first firstfive tlrstflve firstfIvE
five hards i 2 00 00Minimum ouIinlm I IMinimum
Minimum Iinlm ln 10 W WRailway 00Railway 4 4Railway
Railway tanks Meter MeterRailway MBttRailway tor torRaUwa
Railway machine shops andyardsMeter andyardsMeterRectifying and yardsMeto yardsMetoRectifying ards Ieter IeterRecUtlng
Rectifying whisky Meter MeterRestaurant MeterRestaurant r
Restaurant 15 1600 00 to 50 00 00School 00School I s
School public Free FreeSchool FreeSchool Fre Frea e
School private for each cac scholar scholarSORP a 0 0Soap
Soap manufacturer Meter MeterSoda loterSoda Met Metxl ir r
Soda fountain per season SORson3 43 3 50 to 7 700 700Soda 00 00Soda 4 4Soda 0
Soda manufacturer bottling bottlingworks bottlingworksor works worksor
or vinegar Inear works Motor MotorSlaughter lIoterSlaughter Met ir r
Slaughter house Meter MeterState MeterStatp r
MetEir
State Industrial Ind strinl school Meter MeterState MeterState Met ir r
State deaf dumb and blind schoolMeter schoolMeterSteam school Meter MeterSteam tr r
Steam boiler for each horsepower 1 0 I Xl i II IINo i iNo
No license less le than th5nSteam 1500 1500Steam 15 00 00Steam 0
Steam heating office buildings buildingsstories 3 3stories
stories or more 16 1500 00 to 25 00 00I I 0
2 stories S 5 500 00 to 15 151 00 0
I
1 istory story SOOtolOI 3 00 to 10 00 00Private 00I DO y
I Private residence 3 W 0 to 5 5Stone 50 50Stone 51 51I M
Stone work per perch 05 05Store O OStor I g
I Store > or sJw 5105 J1 P 5700 700 7 00 to 35 3 00 00i i
i I Street carr ca Metor Metori lIeterjranner r
jranner I i Tannery Meter MeterTobacco Meti Metir 1eterTobacco r r
Tobacco manufacturer Meter MeterI r
I I Turkish 1 beth > Ith Meter MeterIrlnalaTPubllc Meti MetitrInalsPubiic Ietertr1na1llrPUblic 3r r
IrlnalaTPubllc In hotels lH > tels saloons 88100n5hoarding saloonshoarding
I hoarding houses public buildings buildingsbarbtr buildingsbarber
barber shops 011001 houses office officeI
I buildings hospital lod lodging ITlg houses housesot
or o other builrflri buil lrv each 51 7 00 I to 11 11WaterelosatsPublic 00 00Waterclosets 00VaterclosetsPubllc 0
VaterclosetsPubllc Waterclosets Public In hotels sa saloon 3aloom anloom ¬
loom boarding houses public publicbuilding pubJfcbuildingf publicbuildings
building stores toret barber shops shopsschool shopsschool hopsschool
school houses hOJJs office buildings buildingshospitals buildingsh015pltaJ buildingshospitals
hospitals lodging houses or OIother OIotherbuildln other otherbuildings
buildings buildln each 700 1 00 to 1400 1400General 11 1iGeneral 00 00Generat M
General meter rates per 1000 gallons
100000 gallons or lose 18 g
1 100000 00 06W OO to 2Q9000 OS i
200000 to 350000 I50 I50iooo W W310WO UrRtFLEX
310WO to 600000 06 >
500000 or more nioreREFLEX 06 06REFLEX >
REFLEX ACTION ACTIONOF OF SUN SUNOgderi SUNOgden
Ogden Thermometer Got Very Much MuchExcited MuchECcited Mus MusExcited h
Excited Yesterday YesterdayThe
The DraD t selfrecording seICreeor ln thermometer thermometerI th thermometInfren rmometer rmometerIn
In Infren fron or Browning Brothers BtothersestattIls establlsh establlshmC1t h >
I xnejit yesterday yoster oy expressed Its real feelings lecUngsand teem teemand gs hgs s
and behaved In a soiewhnt ao eVhnt indecorous Indecorousmanner us usmanner is
manner The recordimr ro oMlln needle jumped jumpedclear jump ad adclear d
clear outside the limits of tho record recordsheet reco rd rdsheet a
sheet passing beyond the 110degree UOd gree line linewhich lit ie iewhich
which Is the highest hlgh st figure on the sheet shei S t
The instrument theh vented its feelings feelin
in one big blotch of red Ink and then thendegrees thenthe th en enthe n
the needle traveled deoopUSly bac baoiC to 90 on
degrees and took up theprosalc the prosulc work of ofnoting ornoting r
noting the various fluctuations of tho t ho 10 o
days dn dny s temperature temporaturcInvesUgatJon temperatureJnvestmgaUon
Investigation showed that tho instru instrument instrument U r ¬
ment boJng placed near a large brass brasssign bra brasign as Uas gS
sign > > hn caught the reflex action 3 tion OCthe ot < 4thc sun sunwhen sunwhcq a Un Unwhoa n
when the th awning1 aw lng wasup was up andresponded and rcspon ed
in appropriate manner manneru manneridIoq u
1 idIoq fpa PA nifa1r tar today
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CONVENTION ONVENTIONOFELKS ONVENTIONOFELKSPark OFELKS OFELKSPark
j Park P ark City Beat Eureka ureka For Next NextMeeting
Meeting Place PlaceThe Pl ce
The Elks convention for the state of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah T tali yesterday Yest rda adjourned atter selecting setecUnPark
Park P ark City C as the next meeting place placetransacting placetransacl1ng
t transacting tr a lot of business pertaining
tow ti to commlttqe reports and nd the generu goner
J work w ork of the order and then going on an anexcursion 1
excursion ex up Ogden canyon where they
p partook l lm lma rtook of u feast C at the Hermitage H i a The Theadjournment
rt
lft
a adjournment a proper was s tafcen a little littlealter te tealler
alter a tter noon ana the remainder of the ses session sessIon ¬
s sion sl on was of a social character
The vote takeit on the selection of the thenext
n next ne xt meeting takf prace p ce was very close Park
C City C ity received 38 and Eureka 20 Ai Imme ¬
d diately dJatcl dl ately thereafter the southern city push pushers pushers pushs ¬
e ers er s made the th selection unanimous unanimousA
A letter lett r was read during the business businesssession
session se ssion from the grand exalted ruler R RV
W V Brown in which he appointed Parley
r P Chrlstengen Chrlsten en grand esquire The letter letteroutlined letteroutlined
o outlined on the very ery Important qualifications qualificationsneeded Qualltlcationsneeded qualificationseeded
needed n for such a position The lodge lodgepassed lodgepa
pex j pa p passed sed a resolution thanking th nking the grand grandexalted srandexalted
5 exalted ex alted ruler for the th appointment of Mr
v Christensen ChrlstensenResolutions ChristensenClti C
Clti Resolutions u were C passed thanking thankIrt the tl
i ci tizens of Ogden 5ie 5ieC 5ieaE aE and the t local kg8ge loge of
Elks E lks the railroads and other organiza organizations organizaons
tlons ti ons The bubbling good spirits and andgood andgood
f good g ood fellowship teliows ip of the delegates burst burstout
out o ut In bits of levity as the session was
drawing d to a close When the bouquet bouquettossing bouquettossing
J tossing to ssing resolution was about to be > c passed passedan
an a n amendment was made thanking the thepolice theolice
police p for what they the had not done to the
c delegates delegatesThe d
The membe members of the press were thanked thankedor
for f or what they the had done In the interests interestsof
I of o f the convention and what they had not notdone notdone
l done d one for tho delegates delegatesAt
At 140 In the afternoon a large num numt number nuntar
t bar b ar of the Eflks were taken no Ogden Ogdenquet O en
I con c anyon on to the Hermitage where a ban banquet
quet Q uet was served in the New Hermitage Hermitagehotel Hermttasehotel Hermitageotel
hotel h otel at 430 In the evening evecln a social socialsessi6n socialsession socialessiOn
session s was heldin heid in the club ooms Both Bothaffairs Bothaffairs Bothffairs
a affairs were very vcr enjoyable enjo able and good goodfellowship goodteUowshln goodellowship
fellowship f and hlsh spirits prevailed prevailedThe vrevalJedThe
The committee on prizes for decorations decorationsor
or O f business houses made m 1Qc the following followingawards folloWingawards
awards a Fifteendollar prize > rie best deco decorated decorated ¬
rated r exterior Electrical Suaply Su > ply Fix Fixture Fixture ¬
ture t uro company S10 to prize best decorated decoratedwindow decoratedwindow decoratedindow
window w S W V Badcon 5 prize general generaldecorations generaldecorations
decorations d interior and exterior Ele Elephant Elephant Elehant ¬
phant p saloon Honorable mention was wasgiven wasgiven
1 given g iven the Matthews candy cand kitchen George GeorgeA GeorgeLowe
A Lowe Boyle Bo le Furniture company camnan Og Ogden O OI ¬
I 1 den d en Furniture company and the Tully
I Dru D > ru rug company companThe
The committee could not consider in interior interior ¬
terior t enor and exterlpr oxtarl r decorations combined combinedunder combinedunder
under u Instructions from the lodge ex excepting exceptlug ¬
cepting c < for the 5 prize prizeBig prJzeBig
Big Warehouse Commenced CommencedThe
The ground was staked off yesterday yesterdayfor resterdayfor
f for f fF or the big now warehouse of the Boyle BoyloFurniture BoyleFurniture Boyleurniture
Furniture F company com Pllmr The company also alsoarranged aJsoarranged
i arranged a with F C Woods Co to draw drawplans drawplans
pb 1 plans p lans for the structure and supervise its itsbuilding itsbuilding 11suilding
1 building b The warehouse is to be located locatedon
on o oc < n the ground lately purchased by b the thecompany thecompany
company c < on the east side of Wall avenue avenuebetween avenuebetween avenueetween
1 between b Twentysecond and Twentythird Twentythirdstreets
j streets s The beginning of this work is isof Isof
of o f particular interest from the fact that thatit thatmlrks
i it t marks the beginning of the reconstruc reconstruction reconstruction ¬
1 tion t ti work made necessary by b the re removal remoal ¬
i moval i of old buildings for the Improve Improvements improvements ¬
i ments m eats of the railroads The building will willbe willer wille
I be b e three r stories Including h Includin a large base basement ¬
i ment m er ent and tds will HFbe be of ilb brick bric with l rft fireproof fireproofwarehouse e f fArlhouse
warehouse w material It will cost about
20000
I
Three Tough Youths YouthsWilliam
1
William O Eldredge 17 years ears of age ageand ageand
and a nd Arthur Tyler 14 were yesterday com committed comnlltted comS
mitted i to thtt th state industrial school by byudge S
Judge J A B Patton of the Juvenile court courtS
Theso T are two of the boys bo s who were arrested ar asested ¬ S
ested r the day da before yesterday and who whohad whohad
had h ad u a lot of plunder concealed In a cave cavenear cavenear
near n ear the mouth of Osden 3den canyon The Thespecific Thespecllc
specific a charge against them and to towhich towhich
which they pleaded guilty was that of
arson a they having set fire to the timber timberi
i In i n Ogden canyon about ten days ago de destroying detroying ¬
stroying s a large larJ e amount of timber timberJohn timberlhn
lhn John Drysdale another one of the gang gangwas gangVoas
was axas also committed to the state Indus Industrial industrl1l ¬
trial t school but In his case sentence was wassuspended sva as asI I
suspended su s pended during good behavior behaviorFighting havlor havlorFighting
I
Fighting Extradition ExtraditionA
A message m sage was received last night night from fromSheriff fromSheritt I
Sheriff Bailey who is at Springfield Ills Illsto Illsto
to the effect that Arthur C Walters is re resisting reSisting ¬
sisting extradition claiming that he Is Isnot Isnot i C
not a fugitive from justice Walters has hasemployed hasemplo ba baI t j
employed emplo ed good attorneys and is prepared preparedto prepare prepareto I I
to resist to the limit He Is the young youngphysician youngphslcian r I
physician who Is charged char ed with sending sendingthrough sendinithrough =
through the th mails to Miss MIs Bessie Gray Grayan Gra Graan
I an Instrument to be used for the purpose purposeof purposiof
of committing a criminal operation operationj
Ogden Briefs BriefsThomas Briefsll1omas
I Thomas Topman will leave today for fora to toa r
a fishing trip In the state of Washington Washing Washington Vashlngton
ton
tonIn
In j police court yesterday Martin Jensen Jensenwas Jenselwas t
was sentence sentence4 to twentyfive days for forobtaining forobtaining to toobtaining
obtaining monei mon under false pretenses pretensesSuperintendAnt
Superintendent D > H ti Manson of the theOregon theOrclon th 0
thL
Oregon Short Line Salt Lake L ke division divisionleft divisionleft L
left yesterdar estcrdf for Haden JTev ev to in inspect inspect inspect I ¬
spect the new cutoff cutotRo I
Roy Ro Stone and Howard Speaks were werearrested werearrested wet e
arrested last night and charged with 1th dis
disg
J turblnrr turbln the peace They were fighting flghtin g I
on Grant avenue Stone was allowed to t tgo 0
go on his own recognizance he being un under
der 18 years of age The other boy unt put putu pu puup t I
up u 10 for or his appearance aruearanceLIGHTNING a appearanceLlGHThINGAND > earancc earanccLIGHTjJl
LIGHTNING LIGHTjJl LlGHThINGAND G AND RAIN RAINWork
Work Much Destruction In and Near NearBeave Nea NeaBeaver r
Beaver BeaveB
S
Braver B er Aur Au 2S S A terrific electric electricstorm c
storm accompanied by b rain has been beenholding bee a
holding sway 8ay over vcr the town during the thepast th thpast e
past few days Lightning has ha done con considerable
siderable damage to the lighting plant plantbealdes tt
besides striking several horses and cattle catti
in this vicinity VICI nit The downpour of rain rai n nWas
was so heavy he vy at times one could scarcely scarcelyse scarcel scarceltee Sr Srseo4
se seo4 tee < a block b Cs mbt After crsJ the storm today the til e estreets I
y to1 to1lower
streets resembled small 1 rivers s and the Lb e
lower portion of town was swamped swampedof
Wines of the lighting plant were struck struckand struc I
and several transformers burned out outthereby ou t
thereby throwing a portion of the town tow
in total darkness darkne s Three milk cows towi be belonging be10ngIn bE bElonging i I
longing to W V G Hales wore killed In a apasture apasture
pasture Apparently the cows cow were trot e eagainst i
against a wIre lence when the lightning llghtninstruck I
struck the h wires 1 f > The e only l persons er 0 that t tlightning thi thiS
j have so far 8 r rei ei e > I l jlightning 4 er S o I Ilightning
lightning are D W W V Gillies and aboy aboynamed a b bi bo 1 1named
named Want l itiC snoci saotztunconsCIous
tvi < w wunconscious >
unconscious i d It waS some mli tiase e before betoi r e ethe I Ithe
the boy bo recovered recoveredEvidence recoveredEvidence
Evidence is i being beln taken by County Count Clark Clot k
White In th ties cas case involving the owner ownersfclp r rstp I
sfclp Ip of Ranch canyon near f ar Milford The Thecontroversy Theontrovers TI te
controversy ontrovers Is between Dan Smithson Smithsonsnd Smithcend tea a
snd Jacob limner mner both parties claiming clalmJngrlatht clalmin ig igrIght
rIght to water and ranch The evidence evidencetaken evfd evidein lIce lIcetaken e etaken I i
taken will be submitted to the interior Interiordepartment lflterl r rdepartment
department for settlement settlementDunlap 86t nt
5 5 5Dunlap
Dunlap Hats HatsWill H ts tsW1l1 I I
Will be placed on sale Aug Au 30 0 0are We Weare Weare re
are excusixe agents Brown Terry T6lr T6lrVoodrutl TerryWoodruff
Woodruff Co Tel 193 166 Main street streetPROVO streotPROVO t tPROVO
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOT NOTESProvo S SPro
Provo Pro 0 Aug 30 toCount County Superintendent SuperintondaEggertsen
Eggertsen and andthq the thQ principals of the coun county county conty ¬
ty schools met here yesterday In SUper
intendent Esrgertsens E gertsens office for the pur puropening p p0 p0pose
pose of making final preparations for the theopenin 1 1opening
opening of the county c9Unty schools s hools on Monday Mondn y
Sept SE > t 4 4th 4Daughters
Daughters Q N > have been born b to t each c of ofthe I I1ercellus
inNrc inNrcb
ih
the th lollowln families Mr and n Mrs Mi I s
Marcellus Bean and nd Mr fr and Mrs Vln Vlncent Vi Vicent I
cent t Le Roy Oakley and a daughter hter to toI
Mr M and Mrs r8 OF Frank k R R dR Rozclle RozclleI z n
I E Osborn will leavo for Virginia Virgin Ia
City Nevearly Nev early next week weekon
A marriage license has been issued S to
G A Young Youn of Chicago aged 37 J and a
Pearl Edith Thomas of Ottumwa la laa 1 1aged
aged a ed edPresident 20
President Brlmhall of the Brigham Brighi BrighiYoung Lifl
Young university has returned from Al J U
berta Canada where hs hehas has spent his hisvacation hisyacnUon I Iiacation Us s
vacation with great atooTl benefit Clt to his beall beallAccompanying health
Accompanying Accompan inhirn him aroliis are his daughter ughtcr Mrs M lrs
J William Knight of Raymond Canada Cana r
j I I andMissViatoEUiott and Miss Vi1 Vilato to Elliott o ot thlscltywho thlscltywhohas this city w wohas ho hoha
ohas has ha b been > An visiting VIRltln friends in Ojinaoa mJda
CONTRACTOR IS ISPUT fSPUT
PUT TO ROUT ROUTNichols ROUTNichols
Nichols With Pump Offer Baffled BaffledBy BaffledBy BaffledS
S By Questions Before Committee CommitteeDOREMUS Co CommitteeDOREMUS mittee mitteeDOREMUS
DOREMUS DOUBTS SUCCESS SUCCESSCITY
5 5CITY
CITY ENGINEER ASKS GUARAN GUARANTEE GUARANT GUARANTEE ¬
TEE T E OF WATER OR ORNOPAY ORNOPAYFor NO PAY PAYFor PAY PAYFor
For an hour and a half last night nhhtG
Gi G H I Nichols wbo on Monday sub subjnltted submitted subltted
jnltted m ltted a proposition to install j tall a apumping apumping aumping
pumping p plant at Liberty park II ik was wasunder wasunder wasnder
under u nder a cross fire at the meeting of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e special council c uncil committee on onwuter onwater onater
water tv ater supply SUPI > Y Members of the he com comllttee tomlttee
mittee i lttee appeared loaded with facts on onwater onwater onater
water w ater pumps artesian wells bac bacria
I
teria te ria strata subterrestrial supply supplyetc supplyetc supplyc
etc et c in sufficient quantity to make makethe makethe makee
the th e head of a layman la man swim Technical TechnicalInformation Technicalformation
information In was wasavollable available from George GeorgeW GeorgeRiter
W RIter city engineer his assistants assistantsfrom a sistontsGeorge
George G eorge M Bacon and L F Zullck and andfrom andom
from fr om A P Doremus who had been beeninvited beenvited
Invited In vited to attend Historical data dalawas dataas
was w as supplied by Frank L Hines city citysuperintendent cityperintendent i isuperintendent
superintendent su of waterworks w terworks who whorove
drove d rove most of the wells at Liberty Libertypark Libertyark
park p ark by Mr Doremus who was city cityengineer cityengineer cityngineer
engineer e at the time and by b veteran veteranmembers veteranmembers veteranembers
members m of the council In addition to toall toalJ toJ
all al J these C A Erickson city park parksuperintendent parksuperIntendent parkperintendent
superintendent su v Vas 415 present and andfUrnish andurnished
furnished fUrnish f d information concerning the thematter thematter theatter
matter m atter un unqer uncsr er consideration Reports RepOrtsby Reportsy
by b y the Commercial Comm rclal club committees committeeson
on o n the water ater question and Herman Hermanarms
Harms H arms analyses anol ses of the water were of offered ofred ¬
fered fe red in evidence Mr Bacon from fromme
time timeto ti me to time produced a graduated graduatedsliding graduatedaUdln
sliding aUdln el iding scale with which he produced producedatantaneous
Instantaneous in results in the way 8V of ofcalculations orcal ofalculations
calculations calculationsMr cal c cula tIons tIonsMr
Mr Tlchols put up a gallant ailant fight fightAt fightt
At A t the close of the meeting he wiped
his h is perspiring brow and feebly
si sighed ghed Jerusalem What at can a asimple asimpl ample
simple si mple contractor do against a a propo proposition proposition propotion ¬
sition si tion like thisNo this thisNo thisNo
No Action Taken TakenThe TakenThe TakenThe
The committee rose without taking takIngaction
action a on Mr Nichols plan He an annonnced annOUJICed
nonnced n that he would submit submitto to the thenext thene
next ne n ext t meeting of the council a n better betterproposition betterproposition
proposition p and with this understand
Ing in g action on his present 1 > scheme was
deferred deferredMembers deferredMembets d
Membets of the committee and the theengineers thengineers
engineers e refused to admit that Mr
Nichols N ichols could develop as much water waters i
as a s < he claimed he could produce from frome
the th e wells It was wnscontended contended by the theengineers theengineers thengineers
engineers e and cpuncilmen and ad admitted admitted aditted ¬
mitted m itted by Mr Nichols that the sur stirace ¬
face f ace water and the water from at atleast
least le leu aSt one of the wells was unfit for foruse foruse forse
use u se The engineers insisted that not notto noto
tw to t o exceed 2000000 gallons of good goodwater goodwater goodater
water w ater could be pumped out of the park
In i n the day da yet Mr Nichols declared
his h is belief that from 3500000 to 7000
000 0 00 would be developed developedThe declopedThe
The question of price was also dis discessed
cessed c at length The councilmen councilmencontended
contended c that the city could on a I I
basis ba b asis > is of 18000000 gallons dally daB secure I
its If s water for 18 cents Der ler 1000 gal
Ions i ons as against agaj Mr Ir Nichols charge of
S50 3 50 cents per 1000 gallons Mr Ir
Nichols N ichols against this argued that the thecost
cost c ost of Installing the citys water sys
tern t am should be figured in in the calcul
tions t
Doremus is Doubtful DoubtfulIn
In response to a request of Council Councilman Councilman Councilan ¬
man m an Hewlett who occupied the chair chairr
Mr M lr r Doremus briefly bricfi reviewed the his hisory ¬
tory t ory of the wells and advanced his hisconclusions bIsconclusions hisonclusions
conclusions conclusionsI c
I predict that these wells will willnever willn
never n ever Yer be utilized by pumping Into the thepresent thepresent theresent
present p resent srstem srst m as a Mr Nichols pro proposes proposes prooses ¬
poses p oses said Mr Doremus In Mayor Mayorcotts ayor
Scotts S cotts administration we went into
the t he matter thoroughly and it has been beengone beengon beenone
gone gon g one Into completely several times timessince
since s but it always turns out when whenyou whenyon
you y ou take into consideration the cost costof
of o f installing pumps and machinery machin machincapitalization
capitalization c etc that the cost is
too t oo high If they are utilized it will willnot
not n ot be by pumping the water up into
the t he air 300 feet or so and then drop
plug p ing It back again asn n My opinion and
the t he opinion of others who have made
Investigations i Is that It would be
best b est to cut out a territory territoryin In the low lowest
est e st parts of the city and by putting in ina j
a small pumping 0 plant supply jui j water rxnci
to t o that territory This would relieve
the demand on the rest of the system
to t o that extent and would not require requirepumping
pumping the water up to the lovol of
the t he mouth of jCfty creek or Parleys Parleyscanyon Parleyscanyon
canyon c only to let It run back to towhere towhere
where it was Every once In a while whilesomebody whilesomebody
somebody s discovers these wells In Lib Liberty Liberty ¬ I
erty park ark and finds that they produce
JO000000 1 gallons dally Yet they only onbgauge I
gauge 1000000 1000000Air 1000000Mr 1000000Mr
Mr Doremus did not dispute dis utc the theclaim theclaim theclaIm I
claim that much of the water In the thepark thepark thepark
park was good but he was unalter unalterably unalterably unalterably ¬
ably opposed to any proposition that thatcontemplated thatcontemplated
contemplated installing pumps to tomeet tomeet
meet the head now obtained by the thegravity thegravity thegravity
gravity system systemI
1 would favor Instead putting putti thst thstmoney th thttmoney t tmone
money mone into Emigration canyon where whereevery whereeer whereevery
every eer pound of powder expended will willgive willghe willgive
give a yield of water he said
Councilman Fernstrom and others otherspredicted otherspredicted otherspredicted
predicted that by b July 15 1 1906 the city citywould cityivould
would have more water than it would wouldneed wouldneed wouldneed
need at any time as a a result re 5Ult of the thecompletion thecompletion thecompletion
completion of the Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodscheme Cottonwoodschem CottonwoodschemO
scheme
Is No Philanthropist PhilanthropistMr
Mr Ir Nichols Nlch ls did not Dretend he was wasworking wasworking wasworking
working purely for the citys good goodam
sod sodI
I am not here for any philan Dhlan ¬
thropic purpose said he but its itspurely itspurely
its itspurely
purely a matter of cold cld dollars dolars with withme withme withme
me I believe beleve I can do this thing t ln with withprofit wih wihproft withprofit
profit proft to myself and to the city ciy
Will Vl you undertake to supply sUPI > ly 3 3gallons
000000 OOOGO gallons glons a day or no pay pa In Inquired Inquire inquired ¬
quired quire Mr Biter RiterIll Rier RierIl BiterIll
Ill think it
Il over replied Mr
Nichols with wih a laugh laughWith laughWih laughWith
With Wih Mr Ir Nichols declaration doclaraton that
he would submit submi another and better beter betterproposition
proposition propositon at the next council counci meet
Ing the th committee commitee rose roseAt
At an afternoon afernoon meeting meetng the commit committee commi committee ¬
tee te voted vote to recommend to the th council councilthe counci councilthe
the purchase urchas of 1600 shares sh ra of the thestock thestock he hestock
stock of the East Eat Jordan Canal com company compa cornparty ¬
party pa for 40000 4000 fh t h accordance with wih
Mayor Morris communication comunicaton on that thatsubject th thatsubject t tsubject
subject I IThe ITe Ifl
The Te fl streets committee held a short shortsession ShOlssslon shortsession
session ssslon to listen lsten to owners of prop pronerty property
erty on Main street between Fifth
South and Ninth South streets Fith An Analternative Analernatve Analternative
alternative alernatve proposition propositon contemplating contemlatn
paving the street fov fO s width of sixty
sltJ
feet from frm Fifth Fifh South street to Ninth i
South street stret with wih six inches Inche of ma macadam macadam macadam ¬
cadam with a top
wIt dressing drsing of three
Inches of asphalt aphal was wa advanced adYanled As Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant City Ciy Engineer Zulick said this thisAND thisAT thisT
AT T MEAL TIME TIMEAND
AND BED TIME TIIE we advise everybody everybodyto I
to take a dose do e of Hostetters Hosteters Stomach StomacoBitters StomacQBiters StomachBitters
Bitters Biters It I will wI strengthen and ant sweet sweeten sweeten ¬
en the stomach restore the appetite appetiteand anpette anpetteand appetiteand
and induce sound sleep It I has been beendoing beendOing beendoing
doing this for OVER FIFTY FITY YEARS YEARSand YARS YARSnnd YARand
and Is Just as good today toda Take the thehint thehint thohint
hint and try a a bottle bott It I cures HEAD HEADACHE HAD HADACHE HEADACHE ¬
ACHE INDIGESTION DYSPEP DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIA ¬
SIA COSTIVENESS COSTINESS CRAMPS CRAMPSDIARRHOEA CIPS CIPSDIRRHOEA CRAMPSDIARRHOEA
DIARRHOEA DIRRHOEA OR MALARIA MAARA FE FEVER FEVR FEVER ¬
VER VR AND AD AGUE Our OurPRIVATB OurPRIVATBSTAMP PRIVATE PRIVATESTAMP PE1VATISTAMP
STAMP Is on the neck of bottleu bottleuHOSTETTERS bott bottJ bottJHOSTETTERS
il t tI
I HOSTETTERS HOSTETTERSSTOMACH HOSTETTERSSTOMACH
STOMACH BITTERS
t = 1 A = tcesen w J I f
1
I f I ESTABLISHED 1864 1864ONE I t
j
I II IPRCE
I
ONE PRCE PRICE TO ALL NEVER R UNDERSOLD UNDERSOLDANNUAL UNDERSOLDQNU I IONLY
j j ONLY 3 DAYS MOtif Of OFTII OFTIIORATST TU
I II
I II
I i j ORATST RA TfST ANNUAL ANNUAIINN LINEN SALE SALEIf SAL SJ SJii
If You Want Anything in n Table Linens lnens Napkins Towels Towel Towelings Toweliugs TowelinJs
I ings Bed Spreads Bed Sheetings Readymade Sheets and Pillow PillowCases Pilow PilowCases 11110wCases
Cases Buy Before the Sale Ends EndsWhere nds ndsWere ndsWhere
Where Were is there tere another sale that tat has continued contued day in i and ad day out since the te first fist sale day WITH WT WITBVALUES WITHVALUES
VALUES VAUS SUCH AS WE W GIVE GI And Ad are ae STILL STl GIVING GIG1 If I soberly sobery thought tought of it is a matter mter of amazement to tonote tonote tonote
note the te richness rchess of the linens Lens that tat we offered in this ths remarkable remakble sale at less than thn the present import importcost ipor importcost
cost The ms mills that tat make these Linens Liens will wl not sell sel them to t merchants in i case lots as cheaply as this thisstore ts tsstore thisstore
store offers offer them tem to t you at this ths sale saleITS saleITS saleITS
ITS A SALE SAL OF TABLE TAL LINENS LNS NAPKINS NAKS TOWELS TOWS TOWEUNGS TOWGS BED SPREADS SPRS BEADYMADE BEADYMADESHIRTS REYME REYMESHTS READYtADESHIBTS
SHIRTS SHTS AND A A1 PILLOW PIOW CASES WHICH HAS HS BY FAR FA SURPASSED UPASSED EVEN EVN ALL A OUR OU OWN OW FOREVER FOREVERBoth FORVR FOREVEBBoth
Both Bot in good value vue giving gvg and the large lae volume of business busiess done However OUR OU STOCKS ARE AE IN GOOD GOODSHAPE GOODSHE GOODSKAPE
SHAPE SHE and ad ALL A PRICES WE W HAVE 1 V ADJUSTED AJSTD IN I OUR OU SUNDAY SUAY AD A ARE A STILL STI IN I FORCE WITH WITHSOME WTH WTHSOM WITHsaME
SOME SOM NEW NW ONES ONS FORTODAY
could c be done at a cost of 6 per front frontfoot frontfoot frontot
foot fo ot The cost of the he regular rglar asphalt asphaltpaving aphalt aphaltpaving asphaltaving
paving paving p is estimated estmate at 850 1er per front frontfoot frontfoot frontot
r foot fo ot Action was wa deferred detee for one oneweek oneweek
T week w eek to give the property owners an anopportunity anopporunity anpportunity
opportunity opporunity ° to consider cnider the two pro propositions propositons ¬
p positions positionsx positons positonsThe ositionsThe x
The council coun U will wi meet met in special ses session ¬
8 sion si on this evening eveningKILLED eveningKILLED
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KILLED IN MINE WINERemains MINERemains MINEemains
F Remains R of Alfred Mulhail Mulhal to Arrive ArriveIn ArriveIn
In Salt Lake Today TodayThe TodayThe
The remains of Alfred Alred Mulhail Mulhal as assistant assistant asstant ¬
sistant si ° stant superintendent of the United UnitedVerde UnitedVerde Unitederde
Verde V erde mine at Jerome Avis Aiz will wil ar arrive arrie aryc ¬
rive n yc In Salt Lake Lke today tody and will wi be betaken betaken beaken
l taken from here to the home of the theparents thcparents thearents
P parents arents of the deceased decease In Idaho De Details Detais Deails ¬
tails tais t ails of the accident In which Mr Ir Mul Mulhall Mulhal Mulail
hall hal h ail lost lost his life lfe are lacking little littlebeing ltte lttebeing littleeing
being b known save that It i occurred Sat Saturday Saturday Satrday ¬
u urday urdayThe urdayThe rdayThe
The widow and her mother are ac accompanying accompanYing acompanying ¬
c companying the remains from Ari Arizona Arizona Anona ¬
z zona ona The deceased has relatives relatves in inthis Intls inis
fc this tls th is city ciy and was wa well acquainted in inmining inmininJ inining
r mining mininJ m ining circles having operated for forsome forsomeyears forome
p I some someyears s years in Park City CityNine Ciy CiyI CiyNine CityNine
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Nine popular singers singer Saltair Salalr Friday FridayBURGLARS FrIdy FridayBURGLARS
0 0BURGLARS
BURGLARS BURGLARS AT SANDY SANDYEnter SANDYEnter SANDYnter
Enter E nter Home of Isaac Harrison and andSecure andSecure andSecure
Secure 35 in Money MoneySp j jSpecial
Special Sp SpelaI lal to The Herald HeraldSandy HeraldSandy HeraldSandy
Sandy Ajig Ag 30 30A A burglary occurred occurredyesterday occurredyesterday
3 yesterday y morning morlns at the residence of ofIsaac orIsaac
Isaac I saac HarrIsOn by b which Mr Harrison Harrisonthe Harrisoni Harrisons
i i it s the JoseI loser of 3 35 In ch cash and over which whlcnthe whichhe
the t he town of Sandy Sand Is Isment jn a state of excIe excite excitepent
T ment It I seems sems that the Harrison family familywere famn famnit familyere
were w ere sleeping with l their el screen doors doorsonly
J it tirf 8 ltt tt f ncu ncuof of ofwire
only o nly fastened and the burglars ur cut the thewire theire
wire w ire so as to open the catch The family familyeard
heard herd h eard no sound s un however till tl it I Is sup supposed supposed suposed ¬
j posed p osed the the man or men were leaving the theplace te teplace thelace
pp l place p lace when Mrs Harrison HarIson thodght she sheheard sheherd sheeard
heard herd h eard a noise Mr Harrison Harison made a hur hurried hurrJed huned ¬
ried n ed search and found no one but return returnIng returning returnng
Ing I ng to his sleeping apartment he found foundthat foundthat foundhat
that that t hat his trouserswere trousers were missing He found foundthe foundthe foundhe
the t he trousers when daylight daylght came lying lyingon lyingn
on o n the te lawn having been ben thrown over the thefence thefence theencC
of fence f encC after afer being rifled ri ed Beside them themlay themiay themay
lay l ay his purse pure from which whih gold and sit silver sUvcr sitar ¬
vcr v ar to the amount of 35 had been taken takenbut takenbut takenut
but b ut In the bottom botom of which whJcl the burglar burglarhad burglarhad burglarad
had h ad missed a 10 bill bi The r1e officers offcers have havebeen havebeen haveeen
been b een working all al day da on the case cae and feel feelconfident feelcondent feelonfident
confident c that they have a clue to the thoIdentity thedentity
Identity Jdentty i ci of the thief as ac few people pople knew knewof knewof knewf
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