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In Jnt t tute e arrt of ol John J hn It Mastursearly Mastursearlyyesterday MaatcfiotearlYestl MatursearIYI
I yesterday estl IQ morning in the Millet 1111I MlIIrI hotel hotelthe boWthe
I the police aatltoritles are areCODfideDt re confident they theyhay Ute UtehILY theyI
I hay apprehended the th mjsterltUB per perBoriagft perOn1g perj
j Boriagft On1g onagb with the chloroform battle to towhom towhom toivhoui
whom three young women have recently recentlyfallen recentlyfallen recentlYI
I fallen victim Kvldeaee WM secured securedyesterday Fccure4osterday ecure ecureyoeterday
yesterday which prove beyond a doubt doubtthat doubtthat
I that Masters entered the room of E i iilrows An Andrews Androws ¬
drews actor at the Lyric theatre th fre in Intbe Intbetiller the theMiller th thM1ll
Miller M1ll hotel Monday 101d4i night chloroformed chloroformedhim
I him ana searched the place Link curt oufCbuttbns curtbuttbns OUt1I
I buttbns and handkerchief were were found oo oohim ODhim uD1lzn
him when searched at the polici o11ct station stationthat MatlonI lutlonthat
I that were afterward identified by bU bUvictim bl blviotim hievictim
victim as hit property The chloroform chloroformbottle chlorofVtmbottlo eh1orofOfl1bottjo
bottle and a large handkerchief were also alsofound 11110found alOI
I found la his possession po88 loD Masters is ischarged 111Icharged lecharged
charged with burglary in the first de degree 1eHfe ¬
4 gree and the police are searching for fur further further ¬
1 ther evidence to charge him with attempt attempting atttmpt1ng attemptI ¬
I ing fti to chloroform young women on the thestreet tbeatreet thOAbout
street streetAbout atreetAbout
About 4 oclock yesterday tU4aY morning a anolae anolae ftnolee
nolae in the hall at the Miller hotel awak awakened awakened awaitened ¬
ened E 1 M Friedman He listened for forseveral torHveral
1 several mlnute before he e beard it again againIt againIt gaiuIt
It Bounded like some ao 1 one trying a door doorHe doorHe doorHe
He Jumped JUlJlp 1 up u dro dressed hurriedly and andopened andopened
opened his door Master waa crouched croucheddown crouchedown croucheddown I
down own in the hall hldlbut but aa soon as a Fried Friedman Frledman Friedman
man approached d him he ran He followed followedhis tolloOOhts followedhis
his down the hall und chased ed > him i rto htOI rtothe to tothe
I the street altr t Polk Pollee Officer Watsou W 1t was wason wasun wason
on the spot and took up the chaw Mae Masters ruters Maeters ¬
ters ran down Third South street and at atthe atthelOmmand attheeommand
the thelOmmand command to halt he Quickened hW hWpace hl hlpa hispact
pace pa Officer Watson pulled his gun and anafired andtired andlred
fired on the fleetfooted Masters When Whenhe Whenbfl Whenbe
he reached the St Elmo Lmo hotel he atumbleu atumbleuso
so that there w wu no use continuing his hisflight hisflight hisflight
flight Officer Watson had gained yards yanltfon
on him aa he crosced Main street and he hesave hegave heI
I save uii trying to make good go his hI hIMi1re es escape tCft1e ¬
cape Cft1eh11ri
h11ri ters refused ed to give tve his name at the thestation thepOU theI
I pOU Polp station sta nandotterfJd and offered no noI exirtana exirtanatloriHH U nlL nlLj
I tlo tlon tloriHH as s to t what he was 8 doing in Iathe the ho hostation 110 110tcl hof
j f tcl Mt Frlfttlnan also came to the theatatlon theStatIon
station and told the circumstances of ofAndrews ofAndrews ofi
i Andrews being chloroformed and robbed robbedin
in his room When Masters was searched searchedhe I
he had the bottle of chloroform and two twoor twoor twoor
or three large handkerchiefs which hud hudben Iliadbe6n badbeoa
ben saturated with th the drug He had a apair IIl NT
T pair l > atr of cuff buttons which were w re identified identifiedus
us Andrews And eVN property Other articles were werealso werealso werealso
also taken from the room but so far farthe tarthe farthe
the officers have been unable to recover recovertue rlfVfrthe reenvprthe
the stuff The police are also working workingS I Ion
S on other burglaries bur larleH committed in room rooming roomIng ¬ I
ing in houses which have occurred in the thelast thelt thelast
last two weeks w kll and feel that they can canfasten ca cafuten canfceten
fasten several s veral crimes upon this thisMasters EUJI EUJIMasters CI CIIasttrs
Masters is believed to be the assailant assailantf
or < > f Miss I18 Susie Barnum a telegraph oper operator operator operatm ¬
ator at the Knutsford hotel who was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown to the ground about bout two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago naar her home in Gregory court and andchloroformed andhlorotormEMl aWLchioroformeti
chloroformed Her screams aroused the theneighborhootv theuelgboorbGOu theieIghborhooa
neighborhootv bUt the thug escaped The Thedescription ThOdescrftlon Thetleserfljon
description MIsi Mt I Barnum gave of the man mantallies mantaIUe mantallies
tallies with Masters ta ts height and build buildTwo bulltlTW buIldTwo
Two TW similar assault were el6 made upon upongirls u upongirls n nIrl
girls Irl l while on their th lr way home during duringtho duringtl1u duringthu
tho same week and from descriptions giv givt givI
I t rn n the same man made all three assaults assaultsThe aaulblThe assaultsThe
The last two w re not reported to th the po police polies ¬
lice at the time They were 81 unable to toof
1 fo fln 11 a + 0 th wht whereshnut whereshnutof > rt > tthoutt tthouttof
of the mysterious my terioWi thug with the chloro chlorolorm chloro10rm chiorolorm
lorm bottle bottleMsxters bottletutttni bottleMasters
Msxters was released ed about three weeks weeksugo w wsoks4go 6k 6k4gQ
ugo from the county Jail where he h had hadserved hadoIerve hadMerved
served a sentence on tour counts He Hehas Hebas Heias
has ias been arrested a number of times on onvarious onyarlous onariosa
various charges uha tlil Four or five slips of ofpaper ot1ll1lr ofpaper
paper w we r found on htm addressed add SMd to tot totoa totIQ
t toa sr JIk jcU4 RawlinB Wyoming 30omln Scotty ScottjrButte ScottTButta ScottyButte
Butte Mont and others of the same sametype sametype sametyp5
type but bore no sisrnatuns The notes notesslmbly uotei5shn noteslmbIy
slmbly shn I Introduced Master as a pal palasking palHklng patsking
asking all to treat him ritrlit ritrlitTh tlIdtThe riehtTh
Th The prisoner > vn raa arralifned arrahrnetesterday arrahrnetesterdayrifternoon 1yestrt1Il 1yestrt1IlrtetnO < yesterdsy yesterdsynfteriMxm
nfteriMxm rtetnO n before Judge Ju e Diehl and pleaded pleadednut nle nleadednot ded dedn
nut n t KuiHy guftt to the thethalge charge of Tjurglary iu iujirellntinary I
1 he first delre His CaM comes up for forIftltmtnar forreflmInary
jirellntinary Iftltmtnar bearing at 10 uclook this thismorning tbls1n thisnornIng
morning 1n rnln 1 1t4
t4 t4ELECT
Y M C A Boys Complete Organiza Organization Organlzation Organizaton ¬
tion of Association City CityAssociation CityaeooiaUon CityAssociation
Association City CJt tha th selfgoverned selfgovernedmuntotoality elt selfoverndniunleipelity vernea verneamunlQlnallty
muntotoality of the junior section > ef t the theY theY they
Y M C A completed organization last lasti JutIght lastLIght
i light by electing councilmen having havingihos havingdlOHft havinghoses
hoses ihos n a mayor Ifla r chief of police and a ajudge ajudge ajudge
judge several week w ka ago The election electionaroused electiondoU4Md electioniroesed
aroused mueh interest Int t among the boys boysJunior boysjunior
Junior and intermediate tickets be beiugr be being belug
lug put up Sixtynine votes ote in all were wereast wereast I Iast
> ast and the oouncllmen who ho were elected electedmid electednd electedtid
mid nd the vote ote for f r each follow N Pratt PrattM
M JI < M 1 Richardson Rlclutrd lOn 47 W V Goodepeed GoodtIl ed 45 45Bowers 45T4
1 Bowers Dow 42 R Manning llInuln 43 S Beesley
41 R R Mcintyre II B Brown BrownThe S SThe 8The
The election was orderly but as a aprecaution arecavtien
precaution 1 re Chief of Police Louis Mers Mershad Mereehad lerH lerHhad
had appointed several usslstants to act actcere actlurlng actlurtn
lurlng lurtn the balloUn Among th these Were Weret cereamain
t amain Farrell Hoyt and Lieutenants LieutenantsWallace LleutenanUiWallace LieutenantsWallace
Wallace Bong and Oak O k Burris The fol following fo fo10wing following ¬
lowing acted aa checkers Russell Mcln Mclnryre 11clnj MeInI
I ryre Charles Cootoo and Nate Harris Harrisis
j t as is tellers Howard Butler and Milton Bel BeiiUHfi BeliUM Belp BelAt
p iUHfi
iUHfiAt At a previous meeting Lawrence Man Mangum Iangum Mangum
gum was elected mayor and Ray Ra Brown Brownjudge Brownjudge Brownjudge
judge The next meeting of Association AssociationCity AMCIatiauClt AssociationCity
City Clt will be held Wednesday Sept Septrig 27 27Tbe 7rtte
Tbe rig religious work committee of the theunjor Utejunior thejunjer
junior department has in hand a Sunday Sundayervioe Sundayservice Sund Sundayervio
service 8114 to b be held Seyi Se 17 at 4 p Po m mjuntor mV Injo
V jo B Stephens will be one of the speak speakNORMAL speakera
era 111
The State Normal School l one of th ththr the thethrte thethree
thr three e state schools that comprise the theUniversity thetJnher titeUnhersity
University tJnher ity of Utah offers the following followingcourses tollQwtncLOU1Sti followingcoutcas
courses Fiveyear normal coarse ooun cour five fiveyear ftYeyear ftveyear
year kindergarten course aud nd college collegenorrnal Ige IgenorMal e enormal
normal course The fouryear normal normalcours normaloourse normalcourse
course will be abandoned In 1N6 1N6Graduates 1 1Graduates 1WGraduates
Graduates from the eighth grade of ofthe otthe ofthe
the public schols are admitted 1 to the theNormal theormal theNormal
Normal School SchoolPersons SchoolPW SchoolPersons
Persons PW IOns having havltt done on year of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work above the eighth grade are ad admitted adm1tted adnutted ¬
mitted to the Preparatory School SchoolCatalogue SchoolCatalogue SchoolCatalogue
Catalogue and Illustrated booklet bookletsent bookletsent bookletsent
sent fre tree on request to the theUNIVERSITY tbeL theLNIV1iSITY
Salt Lake City Utah UtahPERSONAL Utahi
Robert S Northro of the Agrtcoltaral Agrtcoltaralooilega AilculturaJcollege lcaltaraltOIlege
college of Lovan has been cbtoaea Judge Judgeof
of horticulture and agriculture for or the thestate tbestate thestats
state fair fairJudge tallJud fairJudge
Judge Jud Willie Brown will be home from fromLocansport fromLogaMport frontLogansport
Locansport lad today or tomorrow and andwin andwfH andviii
win resume the th regular aesslotu 181I of the theJuvenile theJuvenll thejuvenile
Juvenile court Saturday SaturdayW SaturdaH
W H Wilkins clerk of the board hoar4fJjubl1 nf nfpublic ofpublic
public works accomi acoomlill accoinpaide4 > anied ed by Mrs Wit Wllklus Witkins VUkIna
kIna and their daughter will leave today
for Chicago They expect to be absent absentabout absentabout fttabout
about two w week weekBurton weeksBurton eka ekaBurton
Burton Parker who stands eta neb third lid In the thetist theUst thelist
list of custom custo r house officials otrtcl was wa waguest v vueet Igueet
guest ueet at the Kenyon hotel Tuesday Tu f day Acompanled AC ACompanied AcompanIed
ompanied by b his son Dr Hal W V Parker Parkerhe Parkerhe
he is making a western trip
Deuce Gillett and Mias M ii LWa CMehtnr CMehtnrwere C Cwere Cijahingwere
were married last evening evenln at the th residence rea4enottt
tt the bride bri e JHG 16 East Fifth Flft South by byBishop byIn byBishop
Bishop In lhop Maxwell of the Twentyseventh Twentyseventhward Tw ntY vvesath vvesathward
ward They T1 will be at home after Nov oy i itt 1Jt 3
tt SS3 South Second Si East BastOf EastJ EastI
J YOULL 8 BE tURD tURDat UftD UftDof
Of any aliment of the Stomach Liver LiverBowels LiverBow LiverBowels
Bowels Bow hs or Kidneys very quickly if ifyoull IfYOUU Ifyoull
youll only resort re to the Bitters at the thefirst thetir theiirst
first t symptom Thousands have found foundthis foundthis foundr
this true during the past fifty years yearsShould yearsIIOSTTTRS ean eanOST
Should therefore > have a perminent perminentplaco penn mont montplace montplitco
place In overy home because it 13 3 ab absolutely Absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely safo a und < l can be relied on ia iacasas hicas Incases
cases cas s of Indigestion IJ1 IndigestionCramps e tlon Dy DYN Js JsCrnmpIJ a aCramps
Cramps Cotlv CotiYeness new tlwrtbttra H rt W < rt pt Fe Female Je Jemale Female ¬
male Ill
Carbon C rbon County Man Loses Watch to toStranger toStrangerRecovered toStrangerRecovered
Stranger StrangerRecovered Recovered by Sheriff SheriffProvo SheriffProvo SheriffProve
Provo Sept t 11 ISoArthur Arthur Thompson a ayoung ayouqg ayouTtE
young man from f ra Wellington Carbon Carboneouoty carboul Carboncounty
county ooullt was bunoced out of a watch a ud udUO andio d
140 Ia i cash In an easy manner mann sr < by a atraveling 8travelJnc atraveling
traveling confidence man last week on ona onII ona
a Rio Grande Western train and through throughthe throughtl1
the tl1 effort of Sheriff Sh rltt Harmon and tna tnapersuasive tn8peruasfve tnspersuasive
persuasive powers of Conductor Mitchell Mitchellhad Mltcbellhad Mitchellnd
had the th property restored ra tored Thompson Thompsonwho Thompsonwho 1bomIJSOnbo
who bo was traveling cast to Thistle had hadbought badbought hadbought
bought a watch which he was exam examining tumInJnc examining ¬
ining on the he train A fellow traveler en entwed ent enteted
twed t l Into conversation with Thompson Thompsonand Thompsonand on onILR
and dl < ltocuss d the merits m rlts of the watch watchwhich watcngh watchwhich
which gh in the opinion of the stranger strangerneeded stnmgered strangerneeded
needed ed repairing rlng The strangers father fatherwaa father8S fatherwas
was 8S M watch repairer at Thistle Th1 tJe where wherethey wherothey wherethey
they were both going SOI and the old gen gentidoan gentieioan
tidoan would be jntwsed to do the job jobfor jobtor Jobfor
for a friend of his son Thompson on was waapleased waspleaMd WflSpcased
pleased to have the timepiece repaired repairedand repairedand I Iand
and handed it to the stranger is they theyapproached theyB theyapproached
said nu nuhad fluhad i ihad
approached B Thistle the stranger
had some express s packages in the er erpreey c cpres
p pres preey car which he wanted to take out outMe OutH outlie
Me H had spent M > nt all his money on a atrlp atrlpto trip tripto tripto
to Salt Lake and needed U50 45O 50 to pay paythe patthe PaYthe
the express a charges Would ould Thompson Thompsonlend Thompsonlend lhompsonlend
lend him thpt rmount till they tIle went to tothe tothe tothe
the watchmaking establishment of the theGrangers theIitranprl thestrangers
Grangers father Of course he would wouldMiu wouldatu
Miu 40 uiu ana me stranger left to go 0 into intothe Intutbe intothe
the express car requesting Thompson Thompsonto
to stop in front of the express e Jreas car and andhe andhe andhe
he the stranger would hand hR1 the pack packages package packages ¬
ages out to him Thompao stood In Infront IIItront infront
front of the express car watmg till the thetrain tilltrain th thtrain
train left The stranger did not hand handout handout
out any packages and did not got orr orrthe onUUiI Ottthe I
the train Then Th n It dawned on Thompson Thoinison Thomp fhomplion ¬
son that t he was a victim of misplaced misplacedconfidence misplacedconfidence
confidence and he told his troubles to toSheriff toSheritf toSherIff I
Sheriff Harmon who was on the Wat Watform watfonn lijat lijatform
form The sheriff sent a telearanf tele inu to toConductor tvCOftduetor tuConductor
Conductor Mitchell at the next station stationasking stationaakintr stattoraakng
asking that he get the watch and money moneynight mone moneback moneyback
back giving a d description riptlon or the grlttN grlttN1I1tcheU grnfterMitchell
Mitchell recove recovered d the spoils an tuid lat latnight Iatnight
night Agent rent Fonts brought them to Ser 8alrItt Serlit j
Itt Harmon who will send them to tiThompson i iThompson
Thompson ThompsonMr Thompsonlirs hompsonMnJ
Mr lirs A D Curry of Sheffield Ia n nhero I IMN ihero I
hero visiting vi iUn with her brother Manager Managerphone MantlgetDarline ManagerDarting
Darting of the Rook Mountain Boll Tote leltphone Totephone
phone company She may 1nl1 remain rO all win wintar wlntvr wintsr
tar tarFifty tvrl Fifty l tty thousand native brook trout will willhe wl11be willii
he ii planted In Hobble creek bv County CountyFish CouJltyFlab CourtvFish
Fish and Game Warden Jonefc Jon tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowrhe tomorrowrite
The stream has been en CIQ ClottQ eioee BQ to itaiuag itaiuagfor uuuagfor iiutagtot
for two years by b the county commla commlaslonters commlsslonn commisstousrs
slonters slontersL
L L Nunn haa entered the reserva reservation reservation retervation ¬
tion for the purpose of furnishing light lightf lightald lightaqd
ald power to the inhabitants and has hasfilpd
f filpd frd applications for water for this pur purpose purULner8 purpeso ¬ I
pose poseutners pesouflers
utners than hobos get arrested for fail fallIns failing faillug
Ins to pay pa fares on the Rio Grande West Western Westrn Westera ¬
era rn or for failing to tapay pay them to the theproper theproper theproper
proper person under the plan now in invogue 1nvogue Invogue
vogue of searching trains at Spanish SpanishPork SpanishFork SpanishFork
Fork canyon stations and sending the thevictim thevlctlma thevictims
victim to Provofor Provo for hearing on the thecharge thecharge tImecharge
charge of stealing a ride rld b bpur ur Colo Colorado COIOl Cob Cobratio ¬
ratio l do men m n on their way home from Ne Nevada Nevada Nevada ¬
vada where they had been at work workwere workore workvere
were ore taken from a freight car aim aimbrought ahUbrou antibrought
brought brou ht to Provo where here they the were fined finedeach
15 11 each ch which they paid They had hadl97iO
18720 197 with them and had paid tne tnebrakeman tnebrakeman toebrakeman
brakeman for their transportation by byfreight byfreight byfreight
freight The brakeman will probably probablyhear probablyhear probablyhear
hear of the case later laterA I telmarriage
A marriage license has been Issued to toJ toJ tor
J r H Steel of Rigby Rigb Ida aged 2S 2 and andElizabeth andElIzkbeth andEllasboth
Elizabeth Sumner of Provo aged 21 21Mis 21MIH l lMiss
Miss Mis Lucy Myrl lrl Sessions daughter or ofMrs orMrs orMrs
Mrs Alice E Sessions of this cityand cityandProfessor ell city and 8ndProte andProfessor
Professor er W U Stowell of Ogden were weremarried weNmarried weremarried
married today In the Salt Lake tem temE temThe temThe
E 1The The Brigham Young Youn university has be begun be begun begun ¬
gun its years work trlth 1th a larger at attendance attftJldu attendanc ¬
tendance than at the opening of any anyprevious anyprevious anyprevious
previous year There were about 500 stu stuutinia 8tUOtlnLIi stuuenis
utinia present at the first devotional devotionalaervicee devotionalervlce devotionalservices
services of the year held this morning morningand morningand morningand
and students are containually arriving arrivingLAVERY arrivingLAVERY arrivingLAVERYIS
Federation of Labor Closes Its Ses Session Sessian Session ¬
sion at Park City CityPark CityJarkC1tr CityPark
Park JarkC1tr City Sept t 13 12Tho The session of the theUtah th thUtah theUtah
Utah Federation of Labor closed yes yesterday yeatarday e eterday ¬
terday afternoon here with the election electionof el tl n not
of officers ot nI for the coming year ear and tho thofollowing thofollowing thefollowing
following men will be the guiding gu ding force of ofthe otthe ofthe
the organizatiQn during the th coming year yearJ
J T Lavery of Salt Lake was reelected reelectedvict reelectodpr8lSldent reelectedpresident
president E G Locke ot Dinsham first firstvice firstvic
vice vic president C H Martin of Ogden Ogdenmcotid OgdenMeOnd Ogdensecond
second vice president A Smithucn of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake third vice vl e president R Adams Adamsof
of Eureka fourth vice president pre ldent W H HWilson HVUson HWilson
Wilson of Ogden fifth vice Ice president lre ident C Ctreasurer CL
1 L Spiegel of Salt Lake secretary and andtreasurer andtreasurer
treasurer while hlh David Baxter of Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City was elected to the office of sergeant sergeantat
at arms of the organization organizationWhile organizationWhile
While it fa Impossible to secure any anything anything anything ¬
thing of the work done in the th cowmen convention cOnentlon cowmentlon ¬
tlon it ia given out by brv the delegates that thatwork thatork thatwork
work ork enough to reoulre requ requEre ra several yearn to tocomplete tocomphtte tocomplete
complete has been laid out and that a ai at8fiOluUon aresolution
i resolution recommending that the unions unionsof
of the state use and favor favor the use of ofI ofgoods
I goods and materials made under and by bythe bythe bythe
the industrial laborers of the world On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the whole the meeting was of a very veryquiet veljQUiet veryquiet
quiet and business like sort 80r and nothing nothingbut nothingbu nothingbut
but bu t buHlnesawas business wu was5transacted was5transactedThis transacted transactedThis trit J cteu cteuThla
This evening at the home of the brides bridesmother brlCl bridesmother s smother
mother Mi Miss a Myrtle yrtle Whitehead and Mr MrBonaventure MrBonaventure 11 11Bonsventure
Bonaventure Deawni D alroll will be married m rrl d by byi byRe byRev
i Rev Re Thomas Galligan of St StMarys Marys Cath Catholic Catholic CathoDe ¬
olic church Both the contracting parties partiesare partiesare partiesare
are well known In Park City having havingbeen havingn
been be n raised rtll ied here ll re The bride was one of oflast o olast oflast
last years ear corps of teachers t in the Park ParkCity ParkCit ParkCity
City Cit public school while the U1 groom is isin IsIn isIn
in the employ elD loY of the Silver King Mining Miningcompany Miningcompany Miningcompany
company as chief afesayer ftl Following the theceremony thoceretnon theceremony
ceremony a reception will be held at the theresidence thereeidenee theresidence
residence of the brides brldesniother brldesniotherMrs mother motherMrs
Mrs 118 James M Lockhart entertained entertainedat
at cards last evening in honor of Mr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Charles Heath HeathToday HeathToday HeathToday
Today Is the th last of the paydays for forthe forthe forthe
the month It is stated by b the merchants merchantsthat merchant8that merchantsthat
that into w WW u a e muoh bettor month than thanany thanany thanany
any for some time This statement on onthe onthe onthe
the part of o the business men speaks well wellfor welltor wellfor
for the condition of the town townMrs townMra townMrs
Mrs D J Martin returned return d this morn morninc mornInc mornlag
inc from a short visit Ialt to Salt Lake City
Witness Interesting lnterest Experiment of ofXRay ofXRayon ofXRay
XRay XRayon on Cancer CancerProvo CancerProo CancerProvo
Provo Sept 13 11 Atthe jhe the meeting of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah County Medical society held today todayan
an interesting Intere8U case showing wonderful re results relulu recults ¬
lulu from Xrays I in the sere of cancerous cancerouseulthttitoma concerouslth4idtolHa cancerousepithuilunit
eulthttitoma was presented pr HR by Dr George GeorgeB GeorgeTtoblson e eB
B Roblson The patient Martin lyle of ofScipio ofScipio ofSclpio
Scipio was present and was examined by bythe bytbe bythe
the doctors About three years ago the thecancerous thecall thecancerous
cancerous call < erou growth began on Mr Ivies Iviestower Ivleser Ivieslwer
tower er lip and an was treated by b a number numberOf
Of persons without success ItI It had coy covered co coeNd coyerd ¬
eNd the entire Up above the chin and was wasvery wusvery wasvery
very painful and had reached such a atage at1 astage
stage t1 that it could not be removed by an anoperation anoperatlo anoperatlou
operation Mr lyle came to the Provo Provogeneral Provopnral Provegeneral
general hospital the latter part of Au Auipwt Auguilt Augnat
guilt and the th Xray treatment was given givenAfter givenAfter givenAfter
After the first treatment t atment the pain ceased ceasedi ceasedand ceasedand
and after the third applicatUOI the can canceroua cancerous
i oerous substance sloughed off The sixth sixthtreatment sixthtreatment sixthtreatment
treatment was given ldv u today and the whole wholeaffected wholeaffected wholeaffected
affected area Is r nearly n rly covered with a ahealthy ahealthy ahealthy
healthy growth of skin and the expecta expectation expectation expectation ¬
tion Is that Mr Ivie will be entirely entirelycured entirelywred entirelycured
cured in nnother week weekAn w weekAn k kAn
An Interesting tnte tlng paper on diphtheria by
Dr J B Morton of Heber was w read r and anddiscussed Rnddaeuued anddiscussed
discussed Ir J the discussion Dr Clift Clifturged CUttUfEed Clifturged
urged that antitoxin should be supplied suppliedby
by th the h state in cas ca cases s where here necessary necessarywithout necessarywithout necessarywithout
without the th patient becoming beeomin min3 a pounty pountypatieat pountpat1eftt ountypatient
patient patieatRfSohJtlons pat1efttn
RfSohJtlons n ButUtIon l01 tlo of roinaot rII u to > th tile late 1 te Dr DrM DrtH
M tH H Hardy Hard prp pparttt hred red by President Alrd Alrdand AlroJtd Airdand
and Jtd Secretary Cliff were adopted adoptedBOYCOTT adopted1111III adoptedBOYCOTTINCHINA
Placards Being Distributed in the theVarious theyarlous theVarious
Various Provinces ProvincesWashington ProvincesWubington Provincesashlngton
Washington Sept It 11Tl1e The department departmentof d partmentot
of commerce and labor has received from froma
a United States consul in China a copy copyOf copyot copyof
Of piacads that have been distributed distributedin
in various provinces to stimulate sUmul te the theboycott theboycott timeboycott
boycott against American goods The ThtphicadK TheDhleadli Thepiscads
phicadK are about four QUI by one and one onenaif onehalt
halt f feet et and are covered with Uh crude crudedrawings crudedrawIngs crudedrawings
drawings showing American policemen policemenhh
hh h Chtr nd hinging them by
the QUtuos ueuos Underneath the picture is istne lStne istne
tne tiHiement tiHiementThis la t4tementflis rnfnt rnfntThls
This Is the wav the h he Chinese are treat treated treated treatad ¬
ed in the United States StatesThe StatesT StatesThe
The T e consul who whose e name is withheld withheldwrote withheldwroto 1t1heI4rote
wrote rote the department de rtm rt that the viceroy viceroyof vlcero vlceroot
of his province IB doing all au he can QBft to toprevent tothedlijtrlbutton toprevent
prevent the thedlijtrlbutton distribution of the offensive offensiveplacards offonslveVlle offensiveplacards
Vlle placards rdM and has offered largo rewards rewardsfor rownrdsforUte rewardsfor
forUte for the nam names e of the t2i parsons reanan reanansfMe relonrl reepenle
sfMe le leH I
rl 11 = ndda dda that in I spite Ipt uf f the hu campaign campaignconduetud cam campaignouesd lgn lgnI lgnc
c conduetud by an n ft ptftonlp tff r gn ertrenitet etfi ertrenitettlv mJst i ith
tlv ti hfy h 1 ytt tt ix I Trjtnlusr I
Aged Lady Passes Away at Ephraim EphraimAfter Ephr EpiiratmAfter lm lmAfter
After Short Illness IllnessS IllnessEpIIn litneesZphrall
S EpIIn > iraimi Sept IS 1after After a short Illness IllnessMrs 1JlnosMrs IllnessMrs
Mrs Mary MI Y Thorn > Baal died to this city cityyesterday cityyesterday ty tyyeoiterday
yesterday morning Though her death deathtrin deathwin deathwlfl
win b be a source of great regret to her herfamily hertamU herfamily
family tamU and many friends trlcu yet they will willnot w111not wIllnot
not sorry to know that her afflictions afflictionsin
in mortality are over and that her hercour hercourageou8 cour courageous eourageous
ageous vntrit rlt has at last found rest restThe lestlbe restThe
The deceased wa was born in Nottingham NottinghamEngland Nettlngl1amEngland NttinghainEngland
England May n rr187 1827 At the age or ornineteen or1llnol ofnineteen
nineteen 1llnol en she embraced the gospel and in in1SSO In1S50
1SSO emigrated to America with her par parents parcuts pareats ¬
cuts settling in St Louis Lou Her father fatherdied fatberdied fatherdied
died shortly after arriving there and ant her hermother hermother Itemmother
mother survived him but three years 618 In Inisse
1858 Mary came to Utah remained over
Mrs Mary Thorp Seal Sealwinter Bealwlnt8l Beatwinter
winter in Salt Lake City and in tht t11 spring springmoved SprIngmoed Springmoved
moved to ManU Here she became ac acquainted acquainted noquainted ¬
quainted with Henry Deal whom she shemarried Sl16morrlel silomarried
married July 4t 4 1364 in Ephraim They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were Cite first coiuile cou le married narrlet1ln In that thattown thattown thattowii
town She endured heroically all of the theearly theearly theearly
early hardships Incident In ldent to a pioneer pioneerAt
At the time of her death Mrs Beal was wasthe wastho wasthe
the oldest member of the t11 Mormon M nnon church churchin churelIn
in Enhralm North orth ward She was th thmother the thamother themother
mother of eleven children seven of whom whomsurvive whomsurvlV whomsurvivd
survive her four sons and three daugh daughters dltughten daugliters ¬
ters fifty grand chHdren fortythrefi fortythrefiof tort threO threOof
of whom ho11 are living IIvln and eleven great greatgrand greatgrand greatgrand
grand children childrenFuneral childrenlunern1 childrenFuneral
Funeral services over the remains will willbe wl11bo willbe
be held in Ephriam tabernacle at 2 p in inThursday mfhursdar inThursday
Thursday Sept 14
Fireman Brings Suit Against Union UnionPacific UnionPacIfic UnionPacific
Pacific For Injuries Received ReceivedCoalvlUe ReceIvedCoalnre ReceivedCoalville
CoalvlUe Sept 11 111 I W Loveall Lo Loceahl eaU vs vsUnion vSUnion s sUnion
Union Pacific p cirlc Railroad company plain plaintiff plaintiff plaintiff ¬
tiff is suing for damages in the sum of ofOOO
530000 OOO for injuries received while at work workas
as a fireman on the railroad He I Ie al alleges a1eges atlegos ¬
leges eges that a glass tube on the engine enslnewhich cnxlnewhieh enginewhich
which shows the amount of water in the theboiler theboller thOboiler
boiler exploded when at a station near nearEcho necrEchOi nearEcho
Echo EchOi some particles of the glass striking strikinghim strikinghim strikinghim
him in n the left eye injuring it so badly badlythat badlYthat badlythat
that ho lost his sight In that eye ey and andhas andhas andhas
has so Impaired the other that he fears fearsthe tearsthe fearsthe
the loss of sight in that member The TheplolntaIt Theplaintirt
plolntaIt IS at present a resfdent of Evans Eanton Evanston
ton Wso Vo
The county c unt commissioners held a short shortmeeting
meeting Monday afternoon and awarded awardedthe awardedtlacontract awardedthecontract
tlacontract the contract forthe for the plumbing pl mbhlK and heating heatingof
of the new county Jail to HIgham Bur Burton Burton Durtoit ¬
ton Taylor company of Salt Lake City Cityfor Cltyfor Cityfor
for the sum of 81300 1300 The mason work workon worICon I Ion1th
on on1th rthe rth Jail is Isprogreulng progressing very favor favorably CI1orablY favorably ¬
ably and before cold weather weath r sets in the theroof theroo theroof
roof roo will be on Summit county count will then thenhave thenhave thenhave
have one of the best county Jails in the thestate Utes thestate
state stateOur s stateOur t
Our district J trfct schools commenced Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day with a good attendance and the pros prospects prospects prospeels ¬
pects are that we will have an excellent excellentseasons excellentseasons excellentseasons
seasons work done don There is a corps of offirstclass orfirstclass offirstclass
firstclass teachers and all seem very veryenthusiastic veryenthusIastic err errenthusiastic
enthusiastic The Summit stake academy academyalso academYalso academyalso
also commenced commenc d with an enrollment of oftwentysix oftWtntysix oftwentysix
twentysix puNls and they also expect expectto
to do good work Professor Profefi JOr C J Jensen JensenMiss JensenMiss JensenMiss
Miss M Elliott and Professor Profe r Henry Otte Ottecomprise QUecomprise Ottecomprise
comprise the faculty facult The latter will look lookafter lookafter Ipokafter
after the musical interests of the school scliooland scliooand schooland
and wil 11 also do considerable work in a amusical amuslCtlI amusical
musical Hue in the city cityE ell ellE
E M I Allison Am son ar superintendent upr1nten ent of o the theState theState theState
State Industrial school at Ogden was up upyesterday upSterdBY upyesterday
yesterday and sold his property here con consisting con8Ung consisting ¬
sisting of two of th the beet residences in inthe Inthe Inthe
the city County Attorney Frank Evans Evansand EvanSnnd Evansand
and Axel BlondquUt t ware the purchasers purchasersBoth purchltserBoth purchasersBeth
Both houses hoU toS are situated Just north of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the court house and are In a very ver desir desirable delrable desirable ¬
able location locationSuperintendent locati locationSuperintendent n nSuperintendent
Superintendent George Gor Beard of the theCoaiiue thoCOlla theCoaiiie
Coaiiue COlla > we Coop left today with his family familyto
to spend a few Y veeks eeks in the mountains mountainsof
of Weber canyon Mr Ir Beard usually usuallyspends usuallyspends usuallysiefldS
spends the month ef August in the moun mountains mountltlns mnountalus ¬
talus but could not this year on n account accountof
of one of o his boy belnp OOIn sick with ty typhoid ty1hoil typhoid ¬
phoid fev fever fevrL8 feveris r rj
j L8 e inventory and appraisement in tha thae theeatate thaestate
e estate tate of John G Rhoain deceased has hasbeen JUtSheM hasbeen
been fled with the county clerk The Thetotal Thetotal fhetotal
total value of the estate is given ven at 7 p57Sl97e 87
Woman Has Leg Broken But Chil Children Cilildren ¬
dren Miraculously Escape EscapeEphraim EscapeEphraIm EscapeEphraim
Ephraim Sept IS 1 11A A moat distressing distressingaccident ditr distressingaccident lng lngaccident
accident by which a lady broke her leg legand legand legnd
and nd three children were injured occurred occurredhere occurredhere occurredhero
here yesterday afternoon Mrs 118 Allan AllanCherry AllanCherry AllanCherry
Cherry and an three small children were weredriving weredrivIng werOdriving
driving on Fourth South street in a small smallbuggy smaHbuggy smalLbuggy
buggy when a boy bo cams riding up to the theside theaide theaide
aide of the buggy at a very rapid gait gaiUMrs gaitMrs alt altMrs
Mrs Cherrys Cherr 11 animal became unmanage unmanageable unmanageable unmanageable ¬
able and ran into a team of S S E Sor Sorensens S01ntMm Sorensens
ensens ntMm which stood upon the street str t atf atftached at attached attaclied
tached to u bay raek k wagon In 11 the mix mixup mixup mixHP
up both team teams got excited and charged chargeddown charxeddown chargeddown
down the street at a breakneck breakn k sueed sueedMra sueedtri sueedMrs
tri Cherry with a nursing baby was wasthrown WoSthrown waSthrown
thrown out of the buggy right under the thewheels thOwh thewheels
wheels wh els of the heavy hay rack wago wagoThe wngoThe C 1 1The
The wheels of the wagon passed over her herleg hl1leg herleg
leg breaking the member be between between between ¬
tween the ankle and knee and she wad wadconsiderably wadconsllerabl wasconsiderably
considerably bruised brulH about the body bodyStrange bodyStrange bodyStrange
Strange to say the baby and the other othersmall othelmall otheremail
small mall children escaped o uninjured Dr DrMayan DrHan DrHayen
Mayan was summoned summon and attended to toMrs toMl toMrs
Mrs Cherrys injuries injuriesThe JnJurteThe injuriesTime
The homes hor e attached atteh to the wagon were werestopped werestopped werestopped
stopped before any an more damage was wasdone waSdone wasdone
done The Th hors attached to the buggy buggyran buggyran buggyran
ran into fftlpoat at U po t in front of Parley Parle Hen Hensens Hensens HenSens
sens residence resld ce and the vehicle ehlal was com completely complatel cornphetely ¬
pletely smashed mlu hed ui uiMeriiil uJlerHI up >
Meriiil the eightyearold son of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrend
and Mrs Rasmus Hansen fell off a ahprse nhQrsc aimqrse
hprse Saturday afternoon and broke his hisleft hiSI hisleft
left I rt arm at the elbow e how
Mrs MlsFlora Flora Billings Passes Away Aft After After After ¬
er Illness of Few Weeks Duration DurationMrs DurationMrs DurationMrs
Mrs Flora Billings wife of C G Bit Billings Bl1Ih1gs Bitbogs ¬
lings and sister of Mrs Ire A S Bower Bowerpassed Bowerptlssoo Bowerpassed
passed away at St Marks hospital at atoclock 7 7oclock 7oclock
oclock last night nl ht after an Illness of ofseveral ateral ofseveral
several eral weeks An Infant child of five fiveWeeks fiveWeeka fiveWeek
Weeks is left The deceased was wa 21 years yearsof YU rs
of Kg g and was a bride of < t t but little more morethan morethan morethan
than on opi year She was wa th the daughter of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs John Wflhart and resided residedou relllld d dau
ou Eleventh East Ea t street streetFuneral atreetFuneral streetFuneral
Funeral ar aajements an < have not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been completed completedMETEOROLOGICAL completedMETEOROLOGICAL completedMETEOROLOGICAL
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office 0 0flce Offloe ¬
floe of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 73 degrees min minimum minimum mittimurn ¬
imum temperature I < H degrees de rees mean tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature 71 degrees which is 7 degrees degreesabove degreesabovo degreesabove
above the normal nor 1I accumulated excess of ottemperature oftemperature
temperature smce the first ot the month monthi
42 i degrees accumulated accumul tcd excess of tem temperature temperatUrQ ternperature ¬
perature since Jan 1 37S degrees Total TotalT TotalprectpItatJbJ Totalpreelpitatlbn
prectpItatJbJ fLfPm C V mto in to T C ti p m none noneprecipitation non noneaccumulated
accumulated attJ1Iftcy of o precipitation precipitationsince hirecipitationsilica I Itillace
since th tl1i fli flrgttlt tvdt the month as It Inch ac accumulated accuimiulated ¬
cumulated oU111ulateddetrGl deficiency JC or I preolpltatien preolpltatienhn peed Imitatlem Imitatlemii
hn In rlv rh i fi fir r of f p Jyiitrv 11P i I 1nr I <
Property Owners Pile Protest P otest Against AgainstSilver AgainstSilver AgainstSilver
Silver Brothers BrothersFACTORY BrothersFACTORY BrothersFACTORY
Following FoUoTln th formal j Jrotut > rotet recently recentlyi recehtImado recentlymade
i mado to P p jChristeneen mristoncen oountyltfor oountyltforrtoy oount oountyatoriloy t ti
rtoy by b residents of the nel nelEt1ib ne1hfb lrH6 lrH6whoro ofh1p ofh1pwhore rl1 rl1whoro
whoro SIlvor SH Ol Brothers Iron varks w9iksft1r tusfJ tr
located a civil action was yeatartiay yeeteri1f1ytIl8f yesterdftYfi1Q I Jiaf
in the th district court in which the ctfjitf ddflr
la asked to declare the plant a nuisance5 nuisance5and nulsa nulsaand nuisaui nuisauiand
and to shut It down t tThe
The complainants comprise the follow followP tollo
lag owners of property near the frau
works Amy J K 5mth Jesse M Smith
lart18 Martha P Smith Mays MaysAnnle May E Smith Rebecca
No t lIlbloy Annle D Wii Wiiton Watson lhoebe Y
Btt1tle Maria C Y Dougahl Samuel H
Leaver C El Murphy Dougallh Mary li R Hemp
ton Mae AVilliams UUams Mina Cannon Ellis Ellisalese
CVlarissa Clarissu Smith Wllllams Susan BUzflbeth
Vost O8t Smith John Henry Smith Lucy
M1Snilth I Smith John II Smith SoPhlu T Nut NutThey
tll1 tll1fThey
fThey They allege that the operation ° i > ratlon of the thecomfort
foundry is u public ubUc nuisance Inasmuch
that It annoys InJure and endangers endangers the thecomfort timecomfort
comfort repose health and safety of
more than thkntitree three persons particularly as
heated and burning cinder oindrs tire issued
therefrom and are driven drlve over and in inand Inand inand
and onto the premises and homes of these
plaintiffs i aintltfs that dense volumes of smoke smokeand smokoand smokeand
and noxious injurious and offensive gases gasesissued gasessmtills gasessmells
smells fumes and soot are produced and
issued therefrom and distributed onto the thepremises 1 I Ipremises 1
premises of the plaintiffs to the injury
of their health and comfort and to tho I
damage of their homes furniture linen linenetc linenetc I
etc that loud Iv ud continuous and unendur unendurable uneudurable ¬
able noises are produced by the opera operation operatlofl ¬ I I
tion of said iron works both day and andnight andnight andnight
night particularly by h the working of
hammers and riveting machines m ohln68 prevent ¬
ing sleep and making it almost impossible
to hear ordinary or inar conversation in the
homes of the neighborhood that the op ¬
eration of the factory tactor causes great rreat and
intense vibrations of the earth7 earth etc etcThey
They further allege that in addition to I
the injury to their health and comfort comfortthe comtortthe comfortthe
the operation of the planthas depreciated
tho value of the plaintiffs property by CO Wpor 50per I Iper
per cent centJudge centJudge ent entJudge
Judge Morse declined to grant a tempo temporary temporary temporary ¬
rary injunction in tho case or to set a atime athnu atime
time for the defendants to appear and andshow andshow andshow
show cause The ORS citsm will therefore thereforetake thereforetoke
take its regular place on onihe the docket dooJ Qt and 11 11will n1 n1will
will not come up for some time timeSECURE timeSECURE timeSECURE
Slow Progress in the Shockley Mur Murder Murder Murder ¬
der Trial TrialFour TrialFour TrialFour
Four jurors were accepted by b both sides aidesyesterday sidesstorday sidesyesterday
yesterday to try James Jam os MoPherson MoPhersonShockley MoPhersonSliookiey
Shookley for the killing of Oleaeon and andBrighton andBrighton andBrighton
Brighton the street car men The new
Jurors arc E S Case William Q Shop Sheppeck Shelpeck Shoppeck
peck Frank O Reilly RelII Charles H Bus Buston Bu BUKton
ton Seven Jurora have now been sworn ewornto swornto swornto
to try the case Mr Case is assistant assistantengineer a assistantengineer slstant slstantenglnecr
engineer of the city and county building
The regular venire still has 150 men mentrom from fromwhich fromwhich
which to secure the five additional addlUonaljurors addlUonaljurors11eeded Jurors Jurorsneeded jurorsneeded
needed neededF
F C Loofbourow district attorney ex exercised 8 8ercised oxereised ¬
ercised the first peremptory challenge for forthe torthe
the state yesterday when he excused
Jcdedlah Aylett A leU who is 1 a client of H A
Smith Shockleys attorney Mr Smith Smithused Smithused
used two more of his peremptory chal ¬
lenges by excusing tcuslngJames James F Simmons Simmonsand Simmonsand Simmonsand
and Marvin E Pack PackFifty PackFfty PackFifty
Fifty men were examined during the theday theday
day Of these twentyfour were excused excusedon ex UHed
on voir dire dlreexamlnatfon examination The following followingwere follOwingwere oU wing wingwere
were excused because they had a fixed fixedopinion fixedopinion fixedopinion
opinion concerning the prisoners guilt or
innocence William H Gibson James ames
FairclouEh F A Pascoe James R 1
Smith Samuel Fl Paul Joseph Marriott MafrlottJ
J LEckard L Eckard William HpdBnds HpSBf nds David DavidYearsjoy avld
Charles D Rooklidge Joseph JosephWlnklees
Wlnklees Inldets Joseph J Daynes DayneaF F 1 B E Mar Marcetts MorJetts Margetts
cetts John Halvprson Herbert E Cut Cutler Cutler Cuther ¬
ler Daniel W Lloyd LIPYdi Henry F Kimball KlmballThe
John ConnellY Arch Archibald bald Erskine ErskineThe ErskinsThe
The case will be resumed at 10 oclock oclockthis oclockthts oclockthis
this forenoon forenoonUNDER forenoonUNDER forenoonUNDER
Carl B Marshall Bound Over to the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District Court CourtCarl CourtCl1rl CourtCarl
Carl B Marshall charged with attempt aUemptI ¬
InS to assault Helen Hunt IS I years of ofage ofage I Iage
I age was brought before Justice of the
Peace Dana T 1 Smith yesterday morning morningand morningand morningand
and hold hcl over to answer for the same samecharge Slimecharge samecharge
charge in the district dl trict court Hits bonds bondswere bondswero bondswere
were fixed at 5000 OOOh in default of which whichhe whichhe whichlie
he was lodged in the t 0 county Jail
The defendant was represented by
Judge O W V Powers The story told by byI
Helen Hunt on the witness stand was wasunder wasthe wasthe
I the feature ot the hearing and when put putunder
under a u rigid cross examination the child childadhered childadhered childadhered
I adhered to her original statement of al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged facts Mrs Hunt the childs childsmother chll childsmother s smother
mother also testified but was soon ox oxcused oxcused oxcused
cused cusedBert cusedBert cusedBert
Bert Bowman a boarder in the house housetold 110usctold housetold
told of the incident at the telephone telephonewhen tolephonewhen telephonewhen
when Mrs Marshall was called to the thephone thaPhone thephone
phone by b the th child The defense deten offered offeredno
no testimony and the defendant wa wu held heldto heldto heldto
to answer in the district court courtCourt courtCourt courtCourt
Court Notes NotesMrs NotesrlS NotesMis
Mrs rlS Mary Gudal Smllanieh asks for fora
a decree decr of divorce and the restoration restorationof re torat1on torat1onof
of her maiden name of Mary Gudal In Inher In1t Inher
her 1t 1 complaint she alleges that Max MaxSinilanich MacSmfJanich MaxSmnllanicli
Sinilanich who married her at Florence FlorenceColo FlorenceColo Fioren e eCob
Colo Cob Dec G 1001 deserted her two yoars yoarsa yearsaio
a aio o
Robert Weir Gllleepie yesterday applied appliedfor appltelor appliedfor
for letters of administration in the es estate estate estate ¬
tate of Robert Gillespie who died on onSept onSept onSept
Sept 9 The estate consists of 12700 27O0 worth worthof
of t real property and a life Insurance Insurancepolicy Insurancepolicy Insurancepolicy
policy for 2000 2000 There are two heirs heirsthe heirsthe he1rthe
the petitioner and his sister sisterThe sisterThe sisterThe
The divorce suit of Arthur Murphy Murphyagainst Murphagainst Murphyagainst
against Mary Murphy was yesterday dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed by Judge Ju g Morse on motion of tho thoplaintiff thoJllalntlft theplaintiff
plaintiff The couple were married at atDwight atDwlJht atDwight
Dwight 111 April 20 1881 arid have four fourchildren fourchildren fourchildren
children the youngest 11 years of age ageCharles lseCharles pgeCharles
Charles P I Samuel S and nn Forrest F rreqt N NStillman NStillman NStlhlrnaim
Stillman yesterday csterda asked to be appoint appointed ¬
ed administrators of the estate of unaries unariesStillman lnnrlCsSUlImnn LnarlosStillman
Stillman who died at East Mill Creek Creekon
on July 16 The estate consists of 7400 7400personal 7400krsonal 7400personal
personal krsonal property and GGOO worth or ofreal orreal orreal
real estate There are thirteen heirs heirsNo heirso heirsNo
No o will Iras been found foundSalt foundSalt foundSalt
Salt Lake City Cft yesterday filed Its an answer answer angiver ¬
swer in the suit for 10000 damages damagesbrought damagesbrought damagesbrought
brought by David B Hempstead for in injuries InjurIes injuries ¬
juries alleged to have been done his hisproperty hispro hisproperty
property pro rt at First North and Main streets streetsThe streetsThe I IThe
The answer sots ots up that the grading pf pftiie ptthe I Ithe
the street was a public necessity and andthat andthat andthat
that it has added to the value of prop
1ea 1eaOur
t L LtlfbreY
Our tlfbreY brewerjpstasclean brewery ryis is ias sclean clean as your kitchen kitchenWe Kf Kft <
1 > t A r rWe fWe
We clean every eV V tub tl vat tank or barrel ever everf everfA everfpipe every everypipe J Jpipe
pipe pipe and pump every eve y time time we use it it W We wa wasi wasievery wash washevery Jp Jpevery
every bottle fo four r tiines times times by machinery machineryThe 1 1Phonc281
j r
The very airjsfil airus airs filtered filteredc red x xtf
c tf Alli lll 4 2H JirHmry BUlIt BUlItd sas nGNattl d That is is one OllereaSOll reason reasonr
SId Aa c rrh liT crrcr rs s
for r purity
1 Phonc281 Phonc281The Phone 231
I The TheKentucly Kentucky Kent cky Liquor Go
11 and 18 iE1 SE E 2nd So St St Stfe Lpkfi Cit Citt City Citya CityThebeer i
a The Thebeer Beer 7 7That
That Made Milwaukee Famous
erty in that neighborhood including Inclu ln Mr MrHempsteadB UrHempsteads MrHempateada
HempsteadB property propertyWilliam propcrtrWllUaan propertyWilliam
William Ellsworth Bray Bra yesterday < rostcr ay
filed suit for divorce from Maud Louise LouiseBray LoulstBray LotuistBray I
Bray on the ground of cruel and inhuman inhumantreatment Inhumantreatment Inhumantreatment
treatment an ungovernable temper and andabusive andabusive
abusive language Mr Bray alleges that thattho Ulattho thattime i
tho defendant has on divers occasions occasionsthreatened occasionthreattna oceasionathreatened
threatened to kill him and has frequent frequently ¬
ly struck him with Uh her hands and fists fistsparticularly fistslUlrUcularly fistsparticularly
particularly on April 10 1904 when he healleges healleges healleges
alleges she struck him In the face in inthe inthe intime
the presence of several witnesses They Theywore Theyworo Theywere
wore married at Ogden Nov 12 1Samuel 1902 1902Samuel 100 100Samuel
Samuel M Nixon Ixon filed suit yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayaftornoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon in tho federal court against
the Southern Pacific Railroad company omplln
for 10000 and costs for damages re received recefVed receved ¬
ceived by being bcln forcibly ejected from a apassenger alusenser aussenger
passenger train at Cofflra Costa Cal CalIt CalIt CalIt
It is alleged in the complaint that the theplaintiff tl1 tl1llnlnUft theplaintiff
plaintiff had a ticket which he had hadpurchased hadpurchased hadpurchased
purchased for full faro but that the con conductor conuctor conductor ¬
ductor uctor of the thetrnin train refused to 0 take It ItIt ItIt ItIt
It also states that the plaintiff was wasbruised wasbruJsed wasbruised
bruised and his clothes torn when ho was wasthrown wasthrown 1lS 1lSthrown
thrown off tho train trainAlbert trainAlbert
Albert Alb rt Snyder wan w3SnrraJgn arraigned d yesterday yesterdtlYmorning yesterdaymorning
morning before Judge C B DIehl in po p0lice
lice court on the charge of attempting attemptingto
to remove from the Colorado rooming
house a trunk and other effects upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which this proprietor hud alIen a lien of f 12 12lhe 12 t tThe
The case was postponed without data dateand
and the defendant lodged in Jail in de default dofauit ¬
fault of 5 50 50bonds bonds Snyder Sn der was arrested arrestedTuesday tirrestedTuesday
Tuesday aY night by Deputy Sheriff An AnjlrowffimltliJr Androw Ani1rowt8mith
drow jlrowffimltliJr BmltllSf Tho defendant recently r left leftthe leftthe
the state B t prison l > t sQuwher where he served a a ten tenMonths t topontks n nont
Months ont ontks s sentence setjt nc for Jicr jlcrjury jieruryk ury
1 i Petition pet on Qi inyoluntary bankruptcy was wastiled wasfHed wanriied
tiled yesterday against n lnst the Tropic Co Cooperative Ceoperative ¬
operative Mercantile M rcantllo Institution of Tropic TropicGarfield TropicGarfield
Garfield county count in the federal court by bythe b bthe bYthe
the 21 C M I Cutler Bros Hewlett HewlettBros Hewl HewlettBros tt ttBros
Bros and the Utah Implement company companyall I Iall I
all corporations in Salt Lake City CIt W WA WAClark A AClark 1 1Clark
Clark a fireman f1f man ofvSalt of Snit Lake filed a upetition apetition apetitlob
petition of ot voluntary bankruptcy bankruptcyin
in the tederal court His liabili liabilities liabilities hiabihities ¬
ties wero stit t forth at 191525 and his as assets asseta assets ¬
sets amounted to 20360 William U ULamoreaux QLamoreaux 3 3Lamoreaux
Lamoreaux of Ogden filed a similar pe petition petition petition ¬
tition His liabilities amounted to toend 63733 63733and I
an and his assets to 5150 5150mccording 150 150According 150itccordlng
According to his wifes complaint filed filediu fUe fUelu filedin
iu the district court yesterday B F FWatkins FWatkins FWatkins
Watkins has neglected to provide 21na 21naA tlnaA nu
A Watkins with the necessities of life lifeever hIt hItever I Iever
171802 171802in Ii 19 190 190in r
ever since their maprlage on Aug 1 1In
in Salt Lake City Cit and in addition has hasbeen hli hlibeeu liarbeemi
been guilty of habitual drunkennes drunl enlles and ot olgreat otgreat otgreat
great cruelty Mrs Watkins alleges aU es that thaton i ion i
on July Jul 15 1 1904 l M lie kicked her that on ontho 1tho otttIm
tho night nightof of March is 1005 he drove her herfrom herfrom I Ifrom
from th their ir home and followed her to a aneighbors aneighbors aneighbors
neighbors where ho struck her in the theface theface i iI
I face and that on Aug 28 1805 he pinched pinchedher pinchedher i iher
her arms and called her vile ne names namesSixty namesSixty I ISixty
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse j jNurse iNurse
Nurse NurseMrs I IMrg II
1 1prererlpUon
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physicians and nurses in the United UnitedStates CulteI LmiltedI
I States and has been used for sixty years yearswith ears earsI I Iwith
with neverfailing success by millions of ofmothers i imothers Imothers
I mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess 1 1process
process of teething its value is incalcu incalcuiable Incnlculable icfllcutable
table It relieves rellev s the child from pain paincures i iiit I Icures
cures dlorrhoea griping in the bowels and andwind andwind
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State Officials and Agricultural Col College College College ¬
lege Trustees Will Visit logan loganSaturday LoganSaturday LoganSaturday
Saturday Next NextThe NextTime 1 1The
The official investigation of the fire at attho attho atthe
tho Agricultural cp CQhegc ege will begin miGht naictSaturday l1 miGhtSaturday t tS
Saturday S turda when Governor John C Cut ¬
ler C S Tingey secretary of state Itatot M MDreed A ABreeden 4
Breeden Dreed n attorney general constituting constitutingLogan
the dtate tatc board of examiners will go lb lbLogan tPLogan
Logan to look into the matter W Yo S
McCornlck president has called a meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing of the board of trustees of the eol eolloge eollege eelloge
loge for the same day da It is expected that
tho two boards will make an exhaustive exhaustiveInquiry exhaust1vInquiry exhausUvInquIry
Inquiry President W J Kerr WitS in Salt
Lako yesterday on his way from St
George to Logan He greatly deplores the thedisaster tll thedisaster
disaster but is t of the opinion o lnlon that 4JW t t
building will be b cestored at once Tempor Temporary Temporary temporary ¬
ary arrangements will mado for the stu students students students ¬
dents in the meantime so that the work workof workof workof
of the school will not n t be broken
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no purging but just gentle RELIEF R6LI Keep the balance balanceit
it never ne er loses its It virtue and have it always ready for foruse foruse foruse
use One bottle contains many doses one dose affords affordsrelief affordsrelief affordsrelief
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