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THE SALT S 4LT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY Tfl RSDA XOYEMBER NOVE rnER 16 1905 19O 3
KNUDSON COMES COMESTO COMESTIME COMESTo
TO TIME LATE LATEWould LATEI LATEWould LATEWould
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Would SettlesBig Settl i3ig Cottonwood Water WaterQuestfon WaterQuestfonbut WaterQuestionOut
Questfon Questfonbut QuestionOut < but of Court Courtt CourtFAILS COU1tFAILS CourtFAILS10FORCE
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FAILS FAILS10FORCE W OFORCE FORCE THE CITY CITYMATTER CITYMATTER CITY1ATTER
MATTER MA MAY MIVBESETTLED BE SETTLED BY BYBOARD BYBOARD BYBOARD
BOARD OF ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONM ARBITRATIONRudolph ARBITRATIONRudolph
Rudolph Kmid XnudRt on called upon Mayor MayorKu 1laorndard MayorIiard
Ku ndard Iiard P Morris ywrtenUy 7Q ter y Ilia I1 1H 1 objeet objeetMas objeetti
Mas ti i to have ftV th Ute purchase of his h > rights rightsin tilhtsht Z1htilu
in tiie t tfi 11t Big BI Cottonwood stream IIlre tre m settled out outof outof outof
of court He TOM informed hitom wI by the mayor mayorthat mayortikit yor yortitt
that the time for settlement ttemnt iIO o far a aJr awas as asr
Jr r was concerned Oflafl had gone by b That the theiuiy theo1l1y thettL
iuiy ttL settlement he would agree a ee to would wouldb
b to leave the whole matter matt to a beard beardof boaMI boaMIHbitraUon buerdit I
of it arbitration one member fORIbet to be ofeocen ofeocenIv eboltent
Iv t Mi 11Knu4bon KniMtaon and M his partner part r one by bythr bYthr bythr
thr olty lty MM and the third by these two twojrctking t tlllking twoiking
jrctking iking three In all allIt AUIt allit
It will be remembered that Mr Ir Knud Knudn KndFn Knitdlzn
Fn n refused rlfu for or months mont all offers of o set settloment IettlfmAnt settitnnt
tloment made by the city C1t He held out outf DUll outf
f tr r 100000 l 1O OOO as a the leNt he would w uld take taker
f > r his 6 l4 Hee4 H > ge4 power rights rich in h the UI stream fltr streant1k 1 1It i
11 managed toget to Jet et a number of articles articlesji
ji J J the f III official organ ora of the t be American Americanrjity A AmtrlcanI mtrl n
M i rjity 11 I t during the campaign hoping in intin Intilj inWa
9 tin way Wa to force OPCO the city administration administrationt adminl tnUon tnUont
t > i JtTlpt < iipt any aft terms to g got > t the tto matter mattert
t n rytJ rytJWn Id IdVi < <
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H Wn Vi n < n the mayor and his advisers en be beeim bee bectmt
eim e m > convinced that Knodso Knodsof
t rueij I nett not to be fair a communication communicationTIS Otn tunicoatJon tunicoatJonfJ
TIS fJ s Mtnt nt by the mayor to the council councili eoucUlvlling
i vising V i Ug that t t condemnation coudun tion tionl proceedings II
1 mmenoed > Action has been taken takenutujig takenllhlIg takenttwjig
utujig this HIM HIMKnudson Iw IwKnudson useKnudson
Knudson Brought to Time TjmeThe TJlJ1eThe TimeThe I
The first off oftoet act et of this condemnation condemnationMit
Mit was to bring brIss Mr t1 IT Knudson to tollayot tollayotlIrrit Mayor MayorM
M lIrrit 1 orris < yesterday YMl < y asking that the trouble troWblh tronblb
l h b > < Iijusted out of court The fact 1 that thattiiv thattii thatAmerIcaa
tiiv tii Americana won at the reewit ft ful elec electt eJett
tt 3 t 11 I after trt ooddlins Mr M I Kmntoon on MO o rare rarei i
i Iy 11 may haehaI ham Iw1IJO had something tbln to do with withiit withviit I
1 vUit viitI19 iit
l Mi 110 I19 > or It Morris expressed the opinion opiniontrday opiniontrday htlon htloni i
i trday that the lntftru Int t held by Mr MrKuulsun air1tISUfl r rh
Kuulsun h 111t oJ iun and 1 hip hi partner 1 rt nr in the WR
t d ttnw t t nwuod od are worth n nut it to tXl tXlkM Xet cr Hl HlCkK d Z ZO
CkK O Mr KmidHoa will UI ciiault e nuIt his part partlr partI
lr 1 and fld let the mayor know In a flay fla flatl1 dayL
< L two whether or n not t the th proposition propositioni
i r arbitration is acceptable acceptableOFFER HlfptahleJII aeeptableOFFER
JII JIIOFFER
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OFFER STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIESEetailers ST RA WBERRIES WBERRIESRetailers i
Retailers Receive Second Crop From FromCoast FromCoast PromCoast
Coast and Sell Them at Twen TwentyFive TwentyFhe TweittyPive ¬
tyFive Cents Per Box BoxStruwterrlea Boxt
Struwterrlea t awberrlfaI Yes fine I luselonst1tFWbtrrles luscious lusciousHtriwlxrrles WlClou II IIfitrwblrrlfltl
Htriwlxrrles are on th the market The Th ThIIr These ThesetF e eiiri
iiri tF OIt f the R seconl contl Clop 10 I from California CaliforniallIj allfornlatnJ
tnJ llIj arf trt > Bfllint selili at 35c c j Mlr > r box 00 Navel NaveltTtnsfs Navelrtflga avel avel1U1fS
tTtnsfs 1U1fS are selling at We and 5c iw I per > r rtlozra rIOZfIl
tlozra IOZfIl QuinfH lil are offered at Sflc pr prrirk p perl r
rirk l Red cabbage ha hu made its ap ftl ftlJtran
l Jtran rm and ia l selling ut t 60 6 p per r pound poundt > oun l i ithi I
thi t hlte being Ic per pouad cheaper cheapert lheajWrruns
t iirnns runs r ns are now uo Sfc Ic apwo a apiece Tht fir fimtfccxc Iirutj t
fccxc 1 j uf the season art being rcelv received reetIYfdI11 > d dlis
I11 lis arc > fat and in good condition tOndltt o ill seIItt
J > K at It 75c iUC iic apiece undressed Teal duckn ducknui
ui U or the market aplenty Tluwe T1lL e re reirii reIt
irii n d it 1 at It 40e te pw I pair pairTh pairTt pairTi I
Th wholesaler are receiving lfCelvin th tM > first firstMiim firstIImnts firstImnnts
Miim IImnts nts of Mesh apples The rh price on onti ont1 oni
ti i it sr ft is H t1O 1l p Mr r cs case + The first car of oftiitts ofiLt
tiitts 11 iLt ttS tt arrived arn d In the th city < ity yesterday eterda from
N w York Sweet potatoes are plentiful plentifulaltI
M KilesaJo altI and retail prices on the re renjjiu reIT ren >
njjiu IT II as they have bten btenGRIMSDELLWILLRECOVER i iGRIMSDELL
GRIMSDELL GRIMSDELLWILLRECOVER GRIMSDELLWILLRECOVERInjiry WILL RECOVER RECOVERInjury RECOVERInj1ry
Injury Prom Accidental Shooting Shootin by byBoys bYBoys byBoys
Boys Found to Be Slight SliglltRe SlightRecovery Re Recovery ¬ f
covery Will i1l Be Speedy SpeedyWilliam SJeedyWilliam SpeedyWilliam
William Grimsdell proprietor of the theiiion thePrln thePrinting
iiion Printing Prln n company rom paU who ho was wtua 1 1wlllfntally
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a wlllfntally w < uleutally shot Tuesday TUhda night in the thel j
l 1k I > k by b Robert Hildebmnd HUdebra d aDd Yaldc Yaldcitu aIde aIdeii
itu 1 u Fogh F gh will 111 soon recover lEeO r r D Dr > r A 4 A S S SOI
1 OI < > ncr vei > I who no to attending him said last lastr la t tr
r ht that th tt the bullet buH t had lodged in litU j
ti t1 muscles of his back The wound la lan 1ftOiOlH Isfli
n OiOlH fli > < uu two inches deep and the bullet bulletS i iv
v S 1 11 h ht extracted today tOOft Mr Grimsdell GrimsdellIs
Is suffered only a iictto lUe soreness from fromtli fromt1 fromtL
tli wound and he was able to attend to tobusiness
1 business yesterday at his establish establbhnt e JtlLbl establishL 8h
L nt t
1 > tlh th boys will 111 be held to the juvenile juvenilet Juvenileand
t t and willhave will have to give an account accountlic
ill > lic hi accidental shooting before Judge JudgeJs i ihs IJ
hs J = Brown They The were released relea d by bytiK byI bytu
tiK tu I police under conditions that their theirjtrt theirii
jtrt 4 ii uts nt would have them appear when wheniiird whenjf heft heftc
iiird c 1fd jf The polke completed their in inVstjtfiitlon 1 1t hitgtion
Vstjtfiitlon t gaUon this morning lnomin and are sat aat1iPol satI at atI
I 1iPol J that the story told by the boys boysI I
I 1 Correct CorrectFOR rrect rrectFOR
a j jFOR
FOR CALVARY CHURCH CHURCHLocal
Local Ministers Will Lend Aid at Spe Special Special ¬
cial Services Sunday
I ItJ4
T rc he e congregation of the Calvary C lvary Rap Rapt
tJ4 t i < hurch African A will ill be addressed addressedi ad4 I
L > i lltllal > eoiul services n next xt Sundity bv b R RA Rev KeTJ
J A Brown pastor of the First Baptist Baptistur Ba tilit tilitl
l 11110 h ur n fl r and Rev R S Walker of the theist theI
1 I ist Siu Sl Side > f Bapti Baptist t church The latterwill latterwillir hitter will willrss willtro
ir rss ss the tb members of the ih cojon cojonr cuored cuoredI rtod rtodt
I r tI < h at t Odd iello Fellows a hall at 5 p m miiuy intV I IIay
iiuy Iay tV while hlle Rev Re D A Brown will 111 be betrti bei
i trti rd at the sam Me place at S p m mv mn inL
n v L A Brown pastor of the Cal Cali Calhunh I
i ihurrh rx rt1rt > rts that good progress progressitintf p pin
> itintf 1 in ing made in the Mixing r of the theml thelndl thei
ml i t debt dcbtTHE debtTHE dbtTHE
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL CHARCOALFew
Few People Know How Useful It Is In InPreserving inPreserving inPreservIng
Preserving Health and Beauty BeautyNearly Beautytarly BeautyXcarly
Nearly everybody knows that char charal chart
< > al I is i the safest and most efficient efficientliisiufettant e tcltluiufedant elfleleottiitfeetant
liisiufettant and purifier I UIifter In nature natu but btrealise t tf
1 v realise rt > aUse Its value when ben taken into intotho II1 hfloth O Oth
tho th human system for the same cleans eleansiurpoee cleansi
i I iurpoee iurpoeei L1rpolJeharloal S SI
i hartoal Is a remedy that the more moreu
< > u lake I tke of it the better it is not a aMUff aJ
< MUff J Ug U at all but simply absorbs ab th thjiss tb4t tb4tand thand
jiss and impurities always present presenti nt
I
i 1 th stomach tom h and intestines and car carti eart cartI
ti t I s them out of the system systemIlidrcoal 1118tetflt
Ilidrcoal t 11 < iIoa sweetens the breath after afterF afterflllIkinA afteruking
flllIkinA F D iking drinking or after eating eatinginiins optingI lIne lIneIIIdnns
iniins I I flit and other odorous vegetables vegetablesh vt vegetableshatcoal > getableha
< h ha hatcoal < rc retial ial MTectuaily clears and Im 1mvvos ImT
vvos T 0 the t he complexion It whitens the thetittii thef theand
tittii f 11 and further tvrthactll acts as a a natural and andcniuuMitly and1II anduiIiIIltIy
cniuuMitly 1II litI1t1 safe cathartic catharticIt
It I t absorbs a h otbM the injurious gases which whichtoll whichC bien
C toll 11 < t in the stomach and bowels it itdisinfiMts Itdi itlittftItS
di disinfiMts iftftt8 the mouth and throat from fromAll tronliO
4 iO It polson of f tatarlh tatarlht
> t All 11 drus draHi drugzits > > ts sell ell charcoal in one oneim oneIm onern
< im rn or anothr annth > f bat probably the best bestiiurcoal HiIlareoal bestharcoal >
iiurcoal ami the h most for the money moneyK mon monin
K i in Stuart tuartjC Charcoal Lozenges they theyan theyan theyA1r
an fnm < ompos Iflpoatd Ift < l of the finest ftn t powdered powderedvill powderediIIw powderedilIw
> vill iIIw w charfoal and other harmless harmlessiiitiv harmltNI harmlessitteptiCS
iiitiv < I itteptiCS tIopsU pti S in tablet t R bltt form or rather in intff inth inIt
tff It form of large Ian pleasant tasting los losiiKts 10o
o 4 iiKts the charcoal being mixed with withliinty withIiitY with1t
liinty liintyThe 1t IiitYThe ht htThe
The daily use of these k lozenges enges will willFo willol
Fo 0011 > n tell in a mUth improved d condition conditionr
r ff > f th the < geneml ge ntl health h lth better complex complexion complefOil complex1H ¬
ion sweeter Wl eter > breath brt ilh and purer blood bloodaul bloodt bloodauI
aul t nl the t he beauty of it is that no possible possibleharm potJiiiblcharm possibleharm
harm can result from their continued continuedu cooUnued11p
u lice but on the contrary ntrry great benefit benelKA benefitBuffltJo boneiltrucfaiu
A Buffalo physicbui in speaking of ofthe or1w ofthe
the benefits of charcual ch rcial says r ad advaticnts adit adStuarts
it Stuart Charcoal Lozenge Lozengesto to all alltatleuUi all1atitIith
vaticnts suffering from fromlJaS gas in stomach stomachand stomachnd stomachtnd
and nd bowels and to clear cie l r the complex complaxI
I a III it and purify the breath mouth and andthroat andthroat andthroat
throat I also believe the liver is i great greatly ¬
ly y benefited by the daily use u e of them themthey themthE thenithey
they thE cost but twentyfive cents a bo bout 00t
ut t drug stores and although in some somesense somenso someienso
sense nso a patent preparation yet r be believe be beUEve i iHove ¬
Hove I get more and better charcoal In InStuarts Intuarts InStuarts
Stuarts tharc Charcoal 81 Lozenges than in inany Inany inany
any of o the ordinary charcoal tablets
I WOMACK IS ON TRIAL TRIALStory TRIALStory TRIALStory
Story of the Shooting of Joseph J 3os os ph S SMathews SMathews SMathews
Mathews Told in Court by the theWidow theVidow theWidow
Widow of Murdered Man ManThe MRnThe ManTue
The preliminary hearing of Frank FrankWomack Frankromack FrankWoniack
Womack charged with th the murder of ofJoseph ofJOlleph ofJoseph
Joseph S Mathews Iathe was called yeetar yeetarday yesterdy eettt eetttdly
day before Judge C B Dlehl The TheprofQcuUon ThePlNQCuUOft Theprosncuuoa
profQcuUon was conducted by b Assistant AssistantCounty AssIstalltCount7 AsslstafltCounty
County Attorney Job JobLyo Lyqn n and Colonel ColonelM
M M Knlghn 1 represented the defend defendant defendant defendant ¬
ant antMrs
Mrs Mr Bessie 2thithpws lathews the widow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the murdered man m n was the first wit witne Wftnee vltflees
ne nee i examined Several lhnes imeg IOOS during duringthe dUlflthe dU1Ift dU1Iftthe
the croaeexnmlnation Mrs In Mathews Mathewswept Mathewswept atheswelt
wept bitterly bltt Jly < as she told the hf story Stol of ofthe otthe ofthe
the tragedy tragedyMy tragedulI tragedyMy
ulI My husband had hac1beol been beo Drinking that thatnight thatnlht thatnigltt
night Mrs Mathews said and when whenhe wh whhe whenhe
he came home at 1130 oclock he came cameinto camoI cameInto
into my m bedroom He told me John JohnMcHugh JohnIcHugh JohnMcHugh
I McHugh said Womack wa wag g trying to towin toIn towin
win In my affections He H was in an angry angrframo
frame of otmlnd mind and proposed to settle settlematters settlomatters sottlematters
matters that night I bogged him to toSo togo togo
go to bed and wait until the next ne t day
but he wouldnt listen to me meHe meIt
It 4 He has got a gun un and intends to tokill tokUl tokill
kill for McHueh said so my 111 hus husband husbaud busbaud ¬
baud saId and left I > t the room roomberei roomI
1 heard be Joe J e go 0 to Womacks omaeks bed bedroom bedrQom bedroom ¬
room and call to him I was as afraid afraidthere at afraidtbeiewoiid frnldtIeie1oliJd
there tIeie1oliJd would be trouble and got up out outof outot Ouiof
of bed I heard my husband tell him himto himto himto
to get dressed for he wanted wl1nt to talk talkwith talklth talkwith
with lth him I saw them go into the din dlning dinleg
leg room r and nd Joe ordered him to leave leavethe
the house beu Womack omak replied that ha 11 11WitS hawas
was paying me for the room and did didnot didn didnot
not n t Intend to go o At that Joe struck struckhni struckh struckhni
hni h m and grabbed abbed him by b the hair He Hepulled HeI HelUultd
pulled I ulted him down on the floor and com commenced eomIftenced cornniencod ¬
menced beating bMtIn him T grabbed up the thelamp theJanlp theIiIip
lamp and ran out of the room leaIng leavingth leaIngthem leaingthem
th them m in the dark darknet darknettol 4 rk noes noesI
tol I heard Joe exclaim Ill kill you youG tOUG
G G d you youI ou ouhI
hI I screamed and ran into the kitchen kitchenand kitel1onand kitchenand
and a moment later lat r a shot was fired firedand ttnu1Md firedand
and two more followed in quick sue suecewsion HUtce suecession
cession ce lon Mr > 1 Fisher and Mine IiIi8 Powell Powellcame Powellcame
came running out of tltelr tJt Jr rooms Joo JooIwul Joohad Joeltml
had fallen fa Hen on the floor covered with withblood withblood withblood
blood bloodIn bloodIn I IIn
In the crossexamination the woman womanwas womttOftskeel womanas
was as asked by Colonel Kalghn if her herhusband lwrhullNinc1 herhvsbmtnml
husband ever threatened hpr with a aUK aYes
rasor UK
UKYea Yea he did she he replied bijt at first firstahe firstsJe firstshe
she refused refu ed to Answer the question questionMrs questionMrs
Mrs Mathews was also asked about aboutWomacks aboutWomacks aboutWornacks
Womacks conduct and why wh she al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed him to rent the room room when her herhusband herhubitnd herhusband
husband objected objectedIt obJe < ted tedIt
It w cits s necwwTy for me to do it to tosupport toaiupJlort tosupport
support my m children she said and andbruke undbrllke andbroke
broke down again uil She sobbed for soy several sovfItal soyanti ¬
anti minutes mlnut and it was necessary to topostpone topostpone topostpone
postpone the crossexamination until untilshe untilsht untilshe
she recovered She answered d several severalother entl entlolhel
other questions and was then excused excusedThe excusedThe cused cusedrhe
The e Umony of Police Officers Hen Henry Henry Henry ¬
ry Johnston J hnston and Thomas Mllner was waaalso wasalso a9 a9also
also taken but no new developments developmentswere cevelonmentwert
were > brought out They testified to tothe totite tothe
the telephone message me a e which came to topolice topollee topollee
pollee headmiarters from Womack omack and andconcerning andoncentlnK andconcerning
concerning his arrest arrestDr a arrestDr rretitDI
Dr E W V Whitney county count physi physician physician physieiai ¬
cian who performed the autopsy upon upontho uJlonth UlOflthfi
tho th body bod of Mathews gave g1t ve a lengthy lengthydescription lengthydoscrfl lengthydescription
description doscrfl > tlon of the wounds and the di direction direct dlreetlon ¬
rection rect Ion the bullets took tookCharles tookCuultoa tookCharles
Charles Fisher another roomer at atMrs atMrs
Mrs 1 rs Mathews thews was t also a 180 called by b the theprosecution theur theiiroeocutinn
prosecution ur ectltlon and hs testimony was em embodied embodied embodIed ¬
bodied in that of Mrs 18 Mathews At Atbis Atb18 Atthis
this bis point the prosecution rested its itsease itsC8f1e itsease
ease C8f1eMHu easeMcHugh McHugh MHu h who told Mathews It is al allecred alleed alloved
loved that Womack Woma k was a paying at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention to Mrs Mathews has left the thestate thestate thestate
state and his testimony is badly want wanted wantPd wantem ¬
ed em by the th prosecution Efforts were weremade weremade weremade
made to locate l te him but so far they theyhave the theha theyhave
have ha ve been unsuccessful unsuccessfulAt
At this till poInt int court adjourned and andtoday andtoday andtoday
today the th defense Cpfen e wll offer its testi testimony to teatiloony ti tiIftOt ¬
loony IftOt Several S veral witnesaes wit Uneses nesses have been beensubpoenaed beenRuboetUled beensubroeed
subpoenaed and it it is probable that the thehearing thchearin thehearing
hearing hearin will be concluded this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonTn nooni
o ct ctAMUSEMENTS
i AMUSEMENTS M1USMNTSTu II IITn
Tn Old Kentucky Kfatu ky opens O M tonight at the theSH I
SH Lake theatre an engagement engagtm nt of two twoperformances twoperformances
performances performancesHenrv P performancesHenry rf fman N NHeft
I
Henry Heft W Savage will iI1 offer in this thisit thi thiIly thiscity
city Ily it Sturdat Saturday o J matinee and j night r i A j th thJ the theKorean i iKorean
Korean J rfan comic opera 01I < r8 The Sho Gun Gunwhiffh Gunwhich
which whi h mt with Ith such enthusiastic ent hu iaatk > reoep I
tion t in the theptincipal principal prln i pnl cities last season A
brilliant e eat t inrludine many of those thosuwho thosewhe
whe > were in th the company Impun nv laHt season ason a aproduction aproduction aproduction I
production which has not been equalled equalledin
in ten years and one of the best sine
inK in choruses In Amen America will again be befeatures befeatures i
features r atur of the presentation of this AoV AoVLuders AdtLuders 1 1Iud
Luders Iud rs offering in the principal cities of oftho ofthe
the United States StatesTb StatMT StatesTbe I
Tb T Tbe Tolly Grass Widows who have haveneon haotC
been neon tC n playing all week to packed houses housesal
at the th Lyric close c their engagement Fri ¬ i
day da night Mid will be succeeded by The TheWashington TheWa8hlng TbeWashingtot
Washington Wa8hlng o a Society Soelet Girl an o organizatkn organiza organization ulaa ulaatinn ¬
tion that has ba been traverslns the coon country ronntr coontry ¬
try tr from one wdof end of the continent loo Uuent to Ute Uteother tileother theother
other ad which whi h Is said to be a worthy worth i ispceeNCr
successor of the combination eombi ation that Is now
holding the boards at this playhouse Iabou e I
The closing performance of Nevada Nevadawu XevadWaut Nevadawits
wu wits given at the Grand last night The TheKnobs TheKnoM TheKnobi
Knobs of Tennessee comes tonight for forfour fortou forfour
four tou performances performancesA
A Suit Made Madeto to Order OrderOlveira Orderman Orderivesa
Olveira man mana a sense ntle of satisfaction in inhis inhis n
his personal appearance A look at our ourbeautiful ourbeautiful
beautiful line of goods oods will help you ou to toget toget toget
get an Idea of what is being hein worn by bythe b bthe bythe
the beat dressers Cutler Bros Co 36 36Main 36Ialn 16Main
Main street eet Drygoods wholesale and andretail andietall
retail retailOWN ietallOWN I
0 0OWN
OWN MOST OF THE LANDS LANDSAmericans LANDSAmericans I IAmericans i
Americans on the Isle of Pines Have HaveCause HaveCause HaveCause i
Cause for or Complaint ComplaintWashington ComplaintWashington t
II
Washington hlqton Nov Xo 15 wSeftor Senor Quesada Quesadathe Quesadatbe Quesadathe
the Cuban minister mlni teor here called at the thestate thestate thestate
state department det nt today and seemed to tobe tobe tobe <
be considerably comdder ty agitated over tho news nowIIof newsof t tof
of the movement Y et of the th Isle of Pines F1 to tooppoflft toOPI toopposs
oppoflft OMI the formal transfer of th the island islandto
to Cuba He H had an interview on the thasubject theubject thesubject
subject with Secretary Root but 1e lie lielh1el dodined 1erUned
dined to make any statement llt > concern concernInn eoncernIn concernIpa
Inn In it itThe ItDe itThe
The contention n of the American Amer n veal residents vealdents I I
dents that t t they own In fee t simple five rh fivesixiha t tsixths IHtxpas
sixths of thu jrround and ss the th > remain remaining rJI1lllnIn ¬
ing In onesixth onf > alxth te in the > hands haooet at f one on or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two Soanish Sualri h famlli families the lJM 518 native nativerttxideiiu nativelWIidlIltl nativeresidents
residents b beIng Ins nonproperty owners they theyhave th theyhave I Iue I
have a right to be heard by b this th xov xovernment JltOVflntMnt goveminent 1
eminent A sus uigf uggstion > siion t has been b n made madehere madeher madehero
here that is known wn to hare received seri serious sarioils ¬
oils official eowrtderatiofl fration to th Uk effect effectthat j
that in vjew V vue W tile fact that the til war do dopitrtmnt do doptUt dopiutinent
pitrtmnt ptUt nt actually lJy dW aton aL aLkope opto time IIrlve IIrlvefnUUnd dv dvpersons Ive Iveground
ground Ur a Miter on t twa 118rto iart of some StlnHIPfIIIOIIt somepersons
persons that the Isle of PteM N was Amer Amertean Amerloan ¬ i
loan I would be only on I jet for thin gev gevernment ge geernmCrt
ernment rrpm nt to pay these settlers for th thland the thelan thelant I
land landHUNTER lan lantHUNTER
II IIHUNTER
HUNTER IS ISTURNEDDOWNI ISTURNEDDOWNIGets TURNED DOWN DOWNGets
Gets No Bounty on Coyote and Fox FoxPelts FoxPelts FoxPelts
Pelts PeltsThirteen PeltsThh1een PeltsThirteen
Thirteen coyote skins kins and one fox foxskin foxskin foxskin
skin were brought brou ht to the county clerks clerksoffiee clerksofflre c1erksoffice
office for bounty ount yesterday ye terday but all allwere antore altwere
were tore turned down by b > Clerk J IT Eld Eldredge EWred EMredge
redge red e Jr the coyote skins B n because ee uliq the thepawi theplunl thepaws
paws were ere not t attached and the fox foxskin foakin loxskIs
skin skIs because no bounty is now offered offeredfor offeredfor offeredfor
for fvces fQ The new bounty bouut laws re requtr require require
quire the skins to be presented with withbill withtAIL withIKIL
bill ear and paws connected and re require req requtre ¬
quire q lre th the clerk to sever the paws in inthe intb Inttt
the tb wence ncen ef another officerof officer ot the thecounty theCOQAty thecounty
county The ThflnaD man who presented pre entQd the theskins theklns theskins
skins bad kijlefl the animals recently recentlyaud recentlyand recentlyand
and waa much annoyed by the clerks clerksrefusal clerksrousal clerksrefusal
refusal to accept them He said saldJ1e saldJ1ewould he hewould e ewould
would take the matter up with the thecounty theeoun theeouu
county eoun attorney but that proceeding proceedingwill proceedingwill
will be of no avail as the law is ex explicit expUclt explicit ¬
plicit and mandatory In defining the theclerks thehrks theclerks
clerks duy dll in the matter
GET TOGETHER TO TOHELP TOHELP TOHELP
HELP CHILDREN CHILDRENState
State Juvenile Court Association AssociationSprings AssociationSprings AssociationSprings
Springs Into Life LifeMANY LifeMANY LifeMANY
MANY BECOME MEMBERS MEMBERSSUPERINTENDENT MEMBERSSUPERINTENDENT MEMBERSSUPERINTENDENT
SUPERINTENDENT D H CHRJS CHRJSTENSEN CH CHFISTENSENCHOSEN IS ISTENSENiCHOSEN
TENSEN TENSENiCHOSEN > CHOSEN PRESIDENTA PRESIDENT RESIDENTA
A State Juvenile Court association was wasformed wasformed wasformed
formed yesterday estrda In Salt Lake the men meninterested meninterested menInterested
interested both as judgffs of the courts courtsand courtSand courtsand
and as probation officers uniting for bet better belwork better ¬
ter work The morning meeting was held heldin heldin holdin
in the offices of Judge Willis Brown at atthe attho atthe
the City Clt and County building At noon noonthe noonthe noonthe
the entire party went to the Morris school schoolor
for or Junsheon and tb the afternoon meeting
Wag held at that place The officers officerselected officersolected
elected for the tb first year an I
President P lJdent D H Ohristansen first vice vicepresident vIcepresident Iee IeePJetJdut
president II ii J I Thomas second vice vicepresident vIcepr tee teeprsfdent
president pr ldoot Mr Mrs IJj1 H Park secretarytreas secretarytreasurer socretartreasurer ¬
urer Judge Willis Brown members or orboard o ofhoard
hoard of directors dlr ors Mrs ilcMihon iIcMh D C J
Freund Fre n 1 II So S Joseph M 1 M r Kellogg
Lewis Cardoti CardotiObject CardolObject CardotiObject
Object of New Association AssociationThe
The 1 purpose of the theas association are eet Eet10rth settortli
forth IK follows followsThe followsfhe followsThe
The object ohjrctof of this corporation shall be bethe bethe bethe
the procuring of needed legislation gov governing governing i ierning
erning juvenile courts And the care and andprotection andJrottction andprotection
protection of u delinquent > liiHiuent and dependent dependentchildren defndeutchiJdrfn dependentchildren
children the creating CrfaUn of public sentiment sentimnntfor >
for the enforcement of laws affecting the theconduct thcconduct theconduct
conduct of juveniles jucn ls and the prosecution prosecutionof
of a adults In Us who ho contribute to the delin delinquency dellnue delintinoney ¬ I
quency ue and dependency of children the thefanning thetOlJnlng theterming
fanning of auxiliary organization organizationthroughout orgltnlzationthroughout organizationsthroughout
throughout th the state of people directly irecU irecUinterested
1 interested in in the above work and for forsuch forsneh forsuck
such other purposed as the bylaws of ofthe ofthe
the association may ma prescribe prescribeThe prcscrihcrhf prescriberhe I
The numbers are P I Christensen Chriatensencounty Christensene6nnt ChristensenCounty
county e6nnt attorney uttorn D 1L 11 Christensen su supmntendont flUfwrmttndjnt anTwrintend
pmntendont Twrintend nt of schools of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Governor J O C Cutler Willte illis Brown Brownjudse Brownjll BrownJudge I
Judge jll f Salt Lake juvenile court Sidney Sidneyi SWne SidneyBamberger I
i Bamberger probation officer Salt Lake Lakejuvenile LakljUfnlle Lakejuvenile
juvenile court H H Thomas superin superintendent ImperlnItndent superinLentlent ¬
tendent State Industrial school Ogden Osdeni
i M 1 M Woods chief probation officer Salt SaltLake SRItLake SaltLake
Lake juvenile Jun > nU = court A B Patton judRi judRiOgden jUdglOgden JtidgOgden
Ogden juvenile court Mrs Irs C H Mc McT MCInhon 1e 1elfthl8
T lHh lfthl8 > n president Imants1 Home and Pro Protective Protectic Protective ¬
tective association II I S Joseph trustee trusteeState trusteeState trusteeState
State Industrial school Mrs Irfl H Park Parkdirector Parkdirector Parkdirector
director Morris school Mrs W M MYoung lrYoung MYoung
Young probation proba Hon officer Salt Lake ju juvenile Juvealle u uvenUe ¬
venUe court Dr C J Freund probation probationofficer probationofficer
officer Salt Lake juvenile court Lewis LewisC
C Cardon judge Logan juvenile court courtMurray courtMurray
Murray Gurrasey GUO Se probation officer Ogden Ogdenjuvenile Ogdenuveiile
juvenile court Mrs Lewis Cohn member memberboard memberboard
board of managers Morris school II C CJaeob
Jacobs Jaco chief probation llob Uoft officer of ricer Ogden ju juvenile invenue ¬
venue court F F J Lucas probation of offieer offieel offleet
fleet Salt Lake juvenile court Andrew AndrewKing AndrewKing AndrewKing
King Jr chief probation officer Logan Loganjuvenile Loganjupnlle Loganjuvenile
juvenile court Mrs Irs Anna Z Crayne Crayneteacher CraynettRcher Crayneteacher
teacher Morris school M I M 1 Kellogg Kelloggjudge KelloggJudge
judge juvenile court Provo Mrs lrS C F FAdams FAdams FAdams
Adams member board of ofJnanagers managers Mor Morris Morris Moriis ¬
ris school W XV H Westlake < superintend superintendent ¬
ent Morris school Captain W T E Eo Kneiis Kneiisassistant RnetiIassistant KneaassIstant
assistant superintendent State Industrial Industrialschool Industrialschool Industrialschool
school Wlllurd Hanson assistant county countyattorney countyattorno countyattorney
attorney Salt Lake Miss 1155 Cordelia Rob Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
inson probation officer Salt Lake juve juvenile juvenile juvenile ¬
nile court Dr E M Conroy Conro president presidentboard presldtntboard presidentboard
board of trustees trust es < State Industrial school schoolOscar schoolOsc schoolOscar
Oscar Osc r L Cox probation officer Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake juvenile court courtNEW courtNEW courtNEW
NEW PAPER WILL START STARTPresses STARTPresses STARTPresses
Presses and Machinery on the Way WayFrom WayFrom WayProm
From Indiana for the Orthodox OrthodoxRepublican OrthodoxRepublican OrthodoxRepublican
Republican Morning Daily DailyThat DailyThat DailyThat
That Republican daily dall is to be start started started started ¬
ed just the same Word was received received4n
4n n lhiscity this city yesterday yoster ay to the offectthat offectthatA
A E Blunck who is at the head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enterprise has hie bl presses and ma machinery machinery machinery ¬
chinery loaded at Lafayette Ind that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the will be started for Salt Lake to today today ¬
day and that they the would be here and andready andready I Irtud
ready rtud to be sot up in ten days or two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks The expectation is that the new nevpaper newpaper newpaper I
paper the Morning Republican will be belaunched helaunchcd belaunched
launched in about thirty days It is ispractically isInactlcall ispractIcally
practically settled that the office of the thenew thenew thenew
new publication will be in the Dooly Doolybuilding Doobbuilding Doolybuilding
building It will have the Publishers PublishersPress PublishersPItSS PublishersPiess
Press telegraph telegra h news service and will willnihke willnH willimike
nihke nH lte a specialty of state news ac according according according ¬
cording to the men who are backing the theenterprise theen theenterprise
enterprise en here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Republican organization organizationthroughout organizationthroughout organizationthroughout
throughout the state will make a spe special special apedat ¬
cial effort to secure subscriptions for forthe forthe forthe
the new paper Every county and dis district district ¬
trict chairman will be expected to en enroll enroll ¬
roll himself as an agent to get the new newpaper
paper into evpry home in his bailiwick bailiwickSunpete bal11wickS bailiwickSanpete
Sunpete S npete county comes to the front with withan withan wIthan
an agreement to take 500 copies of the thedaily thedally thedaily
daily paper Cache county ount is said to tobo tobodoing be bedoing bedoing
doing almost as well The paper is to tobe tobe
be b a regulation Republican organ Its Itschief Itschi ItschIef
chief chi f mission will be to spread Repub Republican RepubliCan Repubhican
lican doctrine broadcast So far as is isknown isImown isknown
known Mr 11 Plunck i f putting up the thecapital thecapUal thecapifal
capital for the enterprise enterpriseNEWSPAPER ent enterpriseN < rprise rpriseNEWSPAPER
NEWSPAPER N WINS CASE CASELibel CASELibel CASELibel
Libel Suit Against Park City Record RecordFalls RecordFalls RecordFails
Falls at Coalville CoalvilleThe CoalvllleThe CoaivilieThe
The libel case joe of f W Yo D S SHdrrin SHdrrintons Harring Harrington ¬
ton tons vs S L Raddon and ai W r A Had Kaddo Raddon Haddon
do don which lies been b en on in the Third Thirddistrict Thirddlstrkt Thirddistrict
district court at Coalville for the past pastthree pastthree pastthree
three days was closed yesterday O terda30 when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the jury brought in a decision in favor favorof faorof favorof
of the defendant W V D S Harring Harrington ¬
ton the plaintiff lives in Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeaud Lakeand
and is at present the lie editor of the theWestern the1estern theWestern
Western Commercial otnmerci I Advertiser Sir llrHanington MrHarrlngtoii
Harrington brought brou ht suit against S L Land Land
and W A Raddon the editors of o the thePark thoPark thePark
Park City Record on account of an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article which appeared In that paper paperIrfst paperlast paperlakt
last November The plaintiff claimed claimedthe claimedthe claimedthe
the article was as libelous and asked that thatICO that6OO
6 ICO 00 be allowed him as damages damagesThe d damagesThe niages niagesThE
The case was stubbornly fought by byboth byboth byboth
both sides Warner and Davis of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Henry H nry Shields of Park City Cityappearing Cft Cftalpearing Cityapearing
l
appearing for the plaintiff and Snyder SnyderSnyder SnyderSnyder SnyderSnyder
Snyder of Salt Lake and C A Cal Calli Callie al alILi
li lie of Conlville for the defendant The Thejury rhejU1
jury jU1 returned a verdict for the defend defendant defendant < eCend eCendnnt
ant after being befn out a little over an anhour anhour anhour
hour The case was as tried before Judge JudgeLewis JudgeLewis JudgeLewis
Lewis LewisLast LewisLast
Last November W D S Harrington lIarrlngtonwent jigrringtonwent
went to toPurk Park City and solicited ltcited adver advertisements acvrU advertICmeflts ¬
tisements U for a merchants guide guideWhile guldtWhilo guideWhile
While in that city clt an au u article appeared appearedIn
In the Record A i weekly weekl newspaper ne 5P aJter of ofthat ofthat
that city eit which aroused Jlrou ed the ire of Mr MrI1alrington Mrllatrington I
Harrington For the damage done to tohis tohis tohis
his feelings he started suit against the theeditors thecdltotS theeditors
editors of the Record and demanded demandedthat d demandedthat < t 1nnded 1nndedthat
that he bo allowed 25000 damages damagesGRAND damageso damagesGRAND
o en enGRAND
GRAND JURYHSESSION JURYHSESSIONDeath JURY IN SESSION SESSIONDeath
Death of Student Stuart L Pierson PiersonWill PiersonWiU PiersonWill
Will Be Investigated InvestigatedMount InvestigatedMount investigateditouiit
Mount Vernon O Nov No 13 liiTomor liiTomorrow Tomor Tomorrow ¬
row a largo number of witnesses ses froni froniKenyon froniJenyon froniKenyon
Kenyon collage N llete and Gambler G village villagowill vJllagawtlJ villagelll
will lll be subpoenaed to appear before the thegrand therand tilerand
grand rand jury In h the Knox county court courthouse courthome courtitouse
house to toll what they tho know about the thedeath thedtath thedeath
death of Student Stuart L Pierson Piersonwho Piersonwho Piersonwho
who was killed by b a train In II Gambler Gambleron
on the evening 8enit1 of Oct 25 S The Investi Investigation Inostigation InvestigaUon ¬
gation to begin tomorrow will prob probably probably probobiy ¬
ably last several s J rul days dwsFrom d daysFrom f I IJrom
From several places throughout the thecountry thecountry I Icountry
country attorneys have made a are arequest re request request ¬
quest to bo allowed to assist Kenyon Kenyoncollege Ken1oncOllege Kenyoncollege
college students if they arc Indicted IndictedJames IndIctedJames IndictedJames
James McGreavy who was assaulted assaultedlast Ut assaultedlast > saulted saultedlast
last Saturday night is still tl11 in so ncr nervous nf ncrvous > ¬
vous OU8 a condition that no one is per permitted ptrmttted permitted ¬
mitted to see him The assault upon uponMcGreavy uponMGreavy uponMcGreavy
McGreavy will be investigated by the thegrand thegrand J
grand Jury
POWER IS TAKEN TAKENFROM TAKENFRO TAKENFROM
FROM FRO M THE MAYOR MAYORChange MAYORChange MAYORChange
Change Made in Appointing Clerk of ofBoard ofBoard ofBoard
Board of Public Works WorksIN WorksIN WorksIN
IN INTEREST OF HARMONY HARMONYOTHER HARMONYOTI HARMONYOTHER
OTHER OTI ER BUSINESS IS TRANSACT TRANSACTED 1RANSA ijRANSA9TED T TED ¬
ED BY CITY pOUNCIL pOUNCILAt COUNCIL COUNCILAt
At t the adjourned meeting of the city oitycouncil oit oitcouncil citycouncil
council last night an ordinance was waspassed waspassed waspassed
passed under suspension of rules tak taking takIng taklag ¬
ing the appointment of the clerk of the theboard theboard theboard
board of public works out of the hands handsof bandsof
of tho mayor and nd placing it in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the chairman of the board boardsubject boardsubject boardsubject
subject to the approval of the council councilThe councilThe
The ordinance is designed to insure insureharmony insureharmony Insureharmony
harmony between the board and the lheclerk theclerk
clerk and is an amendment of section
32 chapter 7 revised ordinances Dean Deunand Deanand Dealtand
and Martin voted against it itW itY Itsy
W Y I Snyder and many other prop property propert ¬
erty ert owners on First street between betweenA
A and J streets asked the council to toregrade toregrade toregrade
regrade and macadamize the street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The petition asks that the street be re reduced reduccd reduccd ¬
duccd to fifty feet between bctwcencurbs curbs and andthat andthat andthat
that the sidewalks be widened to six sixteen sixteen sixteen ¬
teen and onehalf feet The signers signersaepresent signersrepresent signersrepresent
represent 1985 feet out of a total of
2920 2 920 feet The petition went to the thestreets thestreets thesireets
streets streets committee with the city en engineer onginer oilgineer
gineer associated associatedOn
On recommendation of the streets streetscommittee strectscommIttee streetscommittee
committee M H Walker Llker was given givenpermission sivenponnit8ion givenpermission
permission to change the entrance to tothe tothe totile
the bank building on Second South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street The plans call for an orna ornamental ornamental ornamental ¬
mental entrance with pillars to extend extendout extend9ut extendfiut
out into the street as far as those in infront infront infront
front of the National Bank of tile Re Republic RepUblic Itopublic ¬
public publicOn pUblicOn publicOn
On recommendation of City CIt Engineer EngineerGeorge EngineerGeorge EngineerGeorge
George W V Riter 120 was appropriated appropriatedto
to J A Cornwall for his services as aspatrolman aspatrolman aspatrolman
patrolman on Big Cottonwood creek creekto
to insure delivery of water to ditches ditcheshaving flitcheshaving dItcheshaving
having exchange agreements with the thecity thectl thecity1
city ctl etc
etcWill
Will Accept Fountain FountainThe FountainThe FountainThe
The council accepted an invitation invitationfrom invitationfrom invItationfrom
from the Daughters of the American AmericanRevolution AmericanRcvolutIon AmericanRevolution
Revolution to be present at the pro prosentation presentation ptesentatlon
sentation to the city of a drinking
fountain the ceremonies to take place placehi llactIn
In front of the public library Ubrar building buildingat
at 2 oclock next Saturday afternoon afternoonOn
On motion of Hartenstein the re recorder recOIdt recorder ¬
corder > r was instructed to invite newly newlyelected newbelected newlyelected
elected councilmen to attend the re remaining remaining reinaining ¬
maining sessions of the old council councilJohn councUJohn coupcllJohn
John Holley newlyelected member memberfrom mem memberfront er erfrOln
from the Third was present last night nightMore nightMore nightMore
More Public Improvements ImprovementsOrdinances ImprovementsOrdinances improvementsOrdinances
Ordinances were passed confirming
the assessments for a sidewalk on the theeast theeust theeast
east side of Tenth East between First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South and Second South and for sew sewers sewers sewers ¬
ers on J between Second and Third on onSeventh onSeventh onSeventh
Seventh between B Band and C and on onThird onThird onThird
Third between bet eenG G and M MCouncilman lfCouncilm MCouncilman
Councilman n W J Tuddenham was waschosen waschosen waschosen
chosen to preside at last nights sea session aesslon seaslon ¬
slon in the absence of President Hew Hewlett Hewlett Hewletr ¬
lett lettNEW lettNEW letrNEW
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NEW MAYOR PLEASED PLEASEDVictor
Victor in the Recent Election Tells TellsCalifornians TellsCalifornians TellsCalifornians
Californians What He Thinks Thinksof
of the Recent Upheaval UpheavalEzra UpheavalEzra
Ezra Thompson mayorelect of ofLake Salt SaltLake aJf aJfLake
Lake City Cit is much more free to speak speakof
of his policy in relation to the city cityaway cItyaway ity ityawa
away awa from home than he is at home homeHe homeHe homeHe
He went to San Bernardino to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the races in which his horses were en entered tntcred entered ¬
tered He was interviewed the other otherday otl1Elday otherday
day by a representative of the Times TimesIndex TlmesIndt1x TimesIndex
Index and expressed himself as fol follows follows foilows ¬
lows lowsNaturall
Naturally Naturall I am much pleased at the theresult thEresult theresult
result of the election I do not regard regardit
it as a personal victory victor in any sense senseeither seps sepseither sep50either >
either The people of Salt Lake wanted wantedthe wantedthe wantedthe
the liberty and the peace the Ameri American AmerIcan i ican ¬
can party stood for and under my ad administration admInistration administration ¬
ministration they are going1 to have it itThey itThe itThey
They The wanted peace badly enough to tofight tofight tofight
fight for it and here Mr lr Thompson Thompsonsmiled Thompsonsmiled Thompsonsmiled
smiled and they the are entitled to it itMy it ituIt itMy
uIt My one purpose will be the building buildingup
up of a greater Salt Lake You may mayrest mayrest mayrest
rest assured that I will not do anything anythingto
to hurt the Democratic party the Re Republican Republicnl RepUlIICZLa ¬
publican party or any other party part and andI
I will be more than glad to have every everycitizen everyiUzen everycitizen
citizen jom with me in a united effort effortto effortto
to advance the municipality You may maysay maysay ay aysay
say too that I have for my opponents opponentsin
in the campaign that has just ended endednothing endednothIng etidodnothing
nothing but the kindliest feeling I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope they the will join with me as I cer certainly certainly certalnly ¬
tainly would have joined with them in inany inany inany
any proposition having for its end and andobject andobject andobject
object the furtherance of Salt Lakes Lakesbest Lakesbest Lakesbest
best interests interestsBIG interestsBIG interestsBIG
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BIG PRIZE DANCE DANCETonight DANCETonIght DANCETonight
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Salt Sa It Palace PalaceREAL Palactt PalactREAL palaceREAL
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSWestern TRANSFERSStern TRANSFERSWestern
Western Stern Loan Savings company compauto
to Peter It n Johansen lots lotsfi 26 ti etc
block 3 South Main Street addi ¬
tion tionD s 250 250D
D G Miller to Annie A Resell lots lo
2 and 3 block 2 Rockwells First Firstaddition Firstaddition Firstaddition
addition additionHomer additionhomer 5 5Homar
Homer C Wallace allnce to George A Lit Little Little Littie ¬
tle land in section S3 township 1 1south 1south 1south
south range ran e 2 west westJames 1000 1000James IC ICJames
James A Brown to T A Chivens Chivenslot Chlv ns nslot
lot 47 Seniors Fiveacre Garden Gardenplat Gardenplat Gardenp1st
plat 600 600Frank flOFrank fflFrank
Frank IL Clark to Etta Alice On Onasch Onasoh 011ascii
ascii part of lot 12 block 21 no ton tonacre tenaere tenU tenUacre
acre plat pia t A 4 2000 2000Cvrus 2 2000Cyrus
Cyrus X Xef ff to William Ferrell lot
12 12 block 21 l tenacre plat A 500 500rohu 600John 500Joliti
John G Williams Williams III ams to Feargus Lord LordJaml TordJand Lordand
Jaml and in section 7 township towns Ip 2 2south 2south 2south
south reno 1 enst ICO ICOC 100C IC ICC
C A Graeber raeber to L L E Palmer lot lot4i
47 block 3 3 Graeber Postofflce ad addition addition adlittoll ¬
dition 5 5Louisa 5Louisa 5Louisa
Louisa Jormon to Susanah S sanah J Boas Beasly Boash Beauly
ly lot 1 1 block 83 plat D 3000 3000George 3000George 3000George
George Marriott to Eliza Amelia AmeliaHewlett AineliaHewlett Amelia1Iotlett
Hewlett lot 1 etp et hjock 1J7 1J7Sandy 1J7Sand 117Sandy
Sandy Sand station lOt JOOLe 100r lOtLe
Le Grand Vounjr to Rehecka A AJenkins AJenkins I
Jenkins lot 10 etc block M5
Sandy City CIt to toThe
The George Geor c Q Cannon association associationto nE lation lationto
to Grace T Cannon land in sec section s sUon seeUon + ¬
Uon 11 township 1 south range 1 1west 1cat Iwest
west cat 1 1Edward 1Eel 1Edward
Edward Eel ward M Ashton to Henry Henr C CHoffman CHoffman Chlnffninp
Hoffman lot lots 8 and 0 block 1 1North 1Xorth INorth
North columbia Columbia subdivision subdivisionAflflie 3
Annift < Hi Fret to Wenlock A Free Freelot FretJOt Freelot
lot 9 block OCI 42 4 pint A 1 1W 1pulock IWelllockI
W WelllockI nlock < > A Free to Henry Quayle Quaylelot Qualelot
lot 9 Ijloek lock 42 t tpnnlf < > nnci > plat A 4X 4XSalt 400Salt 40Salt
Salt Lake county to Lueena MarcH Marclllot MarcHlot IarctJlot
lot S block 33 33 Garde mMly nl lty 7 7Genuine 7J 7ienuine
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black wool hose with gray me merino merino merino ¬
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three threeJays days and will be continued until Saturday night night4L
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the third number nuri nur ber beroI of the Star Course CourseTho Co rse rsefho
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sold for or 300 800 to members may II1a now no be had for Itll < tliruIining < remaining eight eightnumbers cightnumbers eightnumbora
numbers for c2 240 40 Single admission to these B numbilH Iumb will ill be 5Uc 5Uceach 5Uccacho jtlceach
each Those who are n llQt < xt member of the association 113 niay secure securecourse securecO securecourse
course cO 5a tickets for 4O 4OMaro 100 100iXIaro 100Mnro
iXIaro is reported to us > by the ajgociatiou n oci tiou having J1a vipS had ha him him on the thecoast theconit thecoast
coast and elsewhere us being better bott r than t m ever before All Alltikts tickets to tothe tothe tothe
the association entertainments arc subject to refund if satisfaction satisfactionis
is it not given This is a members occasion and unless it is supported supportedby supportedby
by the membership of the association it will indicate the members membersprefer membersprefer inenlberspr9fer
prefer some other sort of entertainmepfc fJWL ijtl hc b lctcyjU Wh1Yi1l110t y Tyill not be dupli duplicated duplid duplicated ¬
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weakness n full of pains and aches gloomy despondent and andany ote oteany olmerteco olmertecoI
I any man who wants to be stronger and yoanffer than be tctAa tecb1ct tet him hfaacome bmcom8 himcome
come and tell me how he feels foela Andst and if I JaY T that r em hea m I wm
forfeit J2000 It 1 1 fall fallI
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it But I am after th dollars that nre re now nO going wrong In the quest of ofhealth ofhealth ofhealth
health Look at all these th le < poor wicks of humanity that are sjwndinsr all allthey aHthtY alltlic
they tlic earn on drugs dru drugsdope ope that is paralyzing their vital organs orgnstha that have haveFpont hanJ havespent
spent J nt all they the haveearned have earned for years ear without gaining a pound p Und of strength for forhundreds i ihundreds forhundreds
hundreds of dollars wasted wastedThat Wa wastedThat tM tMThat
That is the money that I am after att r beeaiXM bees for every dollar I take tak I Ican Ican Ican
can give hc a thousand tllous d per 1 r cent Interest t I have cured so many cases right righthere righthere t tIw
here Iw that I can prove my claims to you but it that proof is not wwutg i iIll
Ill give you the names of men right near you Ouwbeco where you are Is that thatfair thatfair ttiatfair
fair fairMost
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sent nt hero by their frieNd whom I have cured eure I think that is I th the be b bet betevidence t tovldenco tcnldenf
evidence that my In bualneea bus1ne is a success from in tho standimint of cures as aswell dSw11 s swell
well as the dollar side sideDR i sideDR de t tDR
DR MCLAUGHLIN McLAUG JiLl N Goldfield N Nt NtDear Niv NivDear > V VDear
Dear Sir SlrYow Your belt to all right t It has done me a world of good and andcured adturc1 aridcured
cured as as bad a case 8C of weakness as I war beard any anyone one speak of My Jy blood bloodwas bloodwas bloodwas
was badly poliMiited and my stomach Woukl not assimilate food no matte mattehow mattfhow mattrhow
how careful I might br about my diet My kidney were badly out of ordeT ordeTand ordpand ordeand
and weakened but all that is changed chan ed and I am a well man only too cUil cUilto J1adto glafto
to recommend treatment whenever I have a chance to do so Truly ynum ynumMAX yniitJIL ytiursMAX
MAX L PANNIER PANNI ICR Box 6Mi 6MiWherever 6931heron 613 613Whemeem
Wherever heron you u are > I think I can give you the imme of a man in intown > ny nytown nu nutown
town that I have cured Just send ma your address and let me try TJ11 TJ11is TiIis TY TYIs
is my twentyfourth year in the th business bUMin jl of pumping new vim into wornmit wornmithumanity wornjthumanll wornnthumanity
humanity and Ive got < cures in nearly everj eve town on tho map mapCome mliltCom mapCome
Come and eee ee mo It you can and Ill fix you up or If you ou cant cal calwrite SlYwritE catwrite
write to me 111 and Ill do the same Ive got a nice nl e book on men that Ill seal senasealed SIjald sealsealed
sealed ald fm 1fC > if you inclose < this ad adDr adDr adDr
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Twelve thousand dollars worth of stock consisting of Dry Goud GoudLadies GoudLadies GoodsLadies
Ladies and Gentlemens Underwear Hosiery Furnishing Goods of ofall ofaU oiall
all kinds 300 Umbrellas 5000 pairs Boys Ladies and Mens Shop Shoe5and Shopand Shoesand
and Slippers Blankets Quilts and Christmas Toys everything goes goesThe goesat goeson
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making and trying to sell imitations imitationDr imitattoDr > r rDr
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medicines thereby defrauding t th thpublic fl flpubite re republic ¬
public This is to warn you OU to beivur bew
such 8Ucnpeople people who seek to prori prorithrough lrnrithrougb I Ithrougil
through stealing steaUn the reputation reputationremedies reputationremedies n nremedies >
remedies which have been successful successfulcuring sUf suecesauicuring S8fu S8fucurtng
curing disease for over o t thirtyfl thirtyflyears thlrtf1r thirtyflyeira
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