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Attorney General Moody Thinks They TheyWont TheyWont
Wont Hold Water WaterPOSITION WaterPOSITION
4 4WashIngton
Washington Nov uv 18 16Attorney Attorney Gen General Guncral ¬
eral Moody today made a itaternunt itaternuntwIth tatem nt ntwith
with reference to the pl a ih bar filed filedby filedby
by the defendants in the th Indictments Indictmentsagainst IntUetmentxigaln
against igaln the b beof of packers pending 1d1Ug in the tljedistrict thedttr1ct
district court nt Chicago The state statement stateIrnmt ¬
ment ay ityn itynTen t tTen
Ten separate pleas in bar have boon boonfiled beenfUed
filed each of them alleging facts fKe Which Whichit
it is claimed ought to bar oar the govern governmt governThflt
mt Thflt > nt from proceeding further in this thiscase thIscase
case caseEight Eight of these pleas are based upon uponthe uponthe
the alleged conduct of Mr Garfield CJarfleldIng GarfieldCornrnIso11er
CornrnIso11er ot corporatIoi1s In muk mukIng
Ing an investigation of thoSiffalrs the affairs of ofhe ofhe
he defendants in pursuance of the au authority authority ¬
thority conferred upon him by law and andIn andrt
In rt special obedience to tho resolution of ofth f fth
th house of representatives roquirlng
him to make such investigation investigationMakes lnveMgatIonMakes
Makes Positive Assertion AssertionThe AssertionThe
The attorney general asserts in the themost theiTlost
most positive terms that none of the theinformation theiforrnatlon
information obtained by Mr Garfield Garfleldwas Garfieldwas
was used before the grand Jury and andfurther andfurthor
further says that he IH informed by Mr MrUarfleld Mrarfleld
Uarfleld and believes that at certain certainstagey certaintago
stagey tago of the investigation the defend defendants defendn ¬
ants n t declined to five information un ¬
less they were put in a position to ob obtain ohtam ¬
tain tam the immunity provided by the act actof actof
of rongress and required by the constlr constlrtutlon constitutlon
tutlon of the United States and that thatwhen thatwhen
when such instances occurred acting actingafter
4 after conference with the attorney gen genf
1 f ral Mr Garfield refrained from pur purulng purA
A ulng the inquiry further and made no nofurther nofurther
further attempt to obtain information informationdocumentary Information4loumcntary
documentary or otherwise along these theselines thesellfleE
lines linesAfter
After full conference with Mr Gar Gartield GartAdd
tield the answer of the government governmenthas
has been be n prepared by Mr Pagin under underthe underthe
the supervision of the attomjy general generaland generaland
and with the assistance of the th district districtattorney distrIctattorney
attorney and will be taken to Chicago Chicagoand Chicagoand
and filed in the court th thae ce early next nextweek nextwek
Papers Obtained Legally LegallyThe LegallyThe
The seventh plea in bar urges that thatthn thatthe
the government unlawfully seized cer certain certLIn ¬
tain papers of the defendants and sub submitted sublflitttd ¬
mitted them to the grand jury contrary
to the rights conferred upon them by
he constitution The government de denies dothat ¬
nies that It obtained any papers other otherwise otherIse ¬
wise Ise than by the orderly process of a atubpoena aubpoena
tubpoena directed to the person who
had the custody of them themThe themThe
The eighth plea sets up as defense
the fact that the government hereto heretofore heretotore ¬
fore proceeded against the defendants defendantsl
l by > y a petition under the Sherman act actunder aettinder
under which petition an ai injunction injunctionagainst injunctionigaInst
against the continuance of the tl com combination cornblliatiort ¬
bination was issued about three years yearsago yeertgo
ago tgo and was afllrmcd last winter by the thounanimous thep
p unanimous opinion of the court the theiittorney thetttorney
iittorney general himself having per personally peronally ¬
sonally argued the case in that court courtfor courtfor
for the government and claims that thatby thatby
by taking this action the government governmentrlerted governmenttletted
rlerted to pursue the civil remedies and andIs andIs
Is disbarred from resorting to a pros prosiuton prosUtlOfl
iuton under the criminal provision provisionof
of the antitrust law lawDoes lawDoes
Does Not Constitute a Bar BarThe 8arThe
The governmentadmit guvesomout admits the facts factshut factsbut
hut denies that they constitute a bar bart
t tt n criminal prosecution prosecutionThe prosecution4The
The answer prepared by the govern government governnitnt ¬
ment will raise a mixed issue of f law lawu lawui
u ui < l fact to be determined not by the thoUtorney thetttprney
Utorney general or the district attor attoriny attority
iny ity but by the court in which vh the1 the1proceedings th thirneedings
proceedings are pending pendingThe pendingThe
The government will resist these thesepleas thesepleas
pleas in bar and urge a speedy trial of ofhfm ofhfm
hfm but the attorney general refrains refrainsfrom refrainsfrom
from expressing any opinion upon the theuse theI
I use as It would bo obviously improper improperfor
for him to do so while the questions questionsarc
arc pending in the district court courtPOLITTLE courtLocaIBriefs
LocaIBriefs LocaIBriefsDOLITThE
TMllttlo club gives its first dunce of the theseason theejson
season tonight at the Ladies Literary Literaryink Literaryitdj
ink inkBANK itdjflANC
BANK CLEARINGS CLEARflasYetordayn Yesterdays ban bani beak beakI
i louring amounted to 11L73L11 l16731 l as asagainst asagaInst
against 9799ifR for the corresponding
day j last year yearY yearr
A meeting of the Y M C A committee committeewill
V will ta held this afternoon in the D F
Walker building at 3 oclock oclockCOST oclockCOST
COST OV ELlSCTIONPayrolte e eelection of ofelection
election judges rent of polling places placespayment places1aymInt
payment for labor and other expenses in inonnecllon Inonnectton
< onnecllon with the th recent city election electionwere eloctioncre
were cre paid yesterday The total mount mountills mountihursed
ills ihursed hunted was J1560JO J1560JO8EARCII i5OJO8EATtCH
8EARCII FOR NAMKSMrs Susa Y Ytiatta YUatte
tiatta will rive her second paper on onKcnenlogy ongenealogy
genealogy Who ho Gv You oj Your Name Namoat Nameat
at the meeting of the Daughters ef Pio Pioneer lioneers ¬
neer in the old Deiieret News building buildingAt
At 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonOPENING afternoonOP1NING
tatlons I have been issued for the formal formalponinj formalP4iIiilg
poninj of the new armory of the Na ¬
tional Guard in Salt Lake Nov 23 2 A ATfviUlon Areeptln
TfviUlon will he held at 8W 5 oclock and
damme will begin ut 9oclock 9oclockCARTOONIST oclockMtTOONlSt
ton Packard cartoonist will appear Monday Mon tlojtdIy ¬
day evening at Uarratt hall under the theauspices theauspices
auspices of the Mutual Improvement lee lecture leetrt ¬
ture bureau in a sketch lecture on car cartnoniug cartooniug
tnoniug Mr Packards lecture is said saidto sattito
to be interesting 1nterestin and highly humorous humorousART humorousART
board of directors of the Utah Art Insti Institute htatitote ¬
tote has elected officers as follow John ohnIlafen
Hafen president Lee Greene HlcJiirt HlcJiirtvieo lticlutrdsjeU
vieo jeU president J 1 L Leo o Fairbanks scrt scrttary orc orctary
tary Mrs V S Stephen secretary Thf Thfiinmial thtannual
annual art exhibit will be given n next nextIucitth xt xtmouth
mouth mouthTAXES IucitthTAXES
hrayy days busin was transacted at atth atth
th county treasurers office yesterday
Although the total receiot did not ap approach apProach ¬
proach the amount received Wednesday Wednesdaymoney VednewLijmoney
money came through the windows in RU RUfkient set setfcleflt
fkient quantities to keep the office forge forgeunusually forceunuially
unusually busy all day dayREWARD dayREWARD
reward of 25 5 was pooled yesterday for forthe forthe
the capture of Oswald Ferris who who4tped oa oataped ¬
taped from the reform school at Qgd Ogden OgdenWednesday n nWednesday
Wednesday night Ferris is only It 1 years yearsold yearsold
old and was committed by Judge Arm Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong in Salt Lake two weeks ago for forburglary forburglary
burglary He is believed to have started startedfor startedfor
for Omaha his former home homePERSONAL
Dr B V Silver will return toAagt from fromNew fremNew
New York
WILLIAMSrn Salt Lake City Nov NovW05 36 361eo
W05 Emma S Williams wife le of A U UWilliams I IllItams
Williams and mother of Claude S AYil AYilliams Willianie
liams and Mrs Frederick W Little in
her 50th year yearFuneral year1unoral
Funeral at t oclock Sunday at the resi roe ¬
dence of Frederick W Little AM s South SouthWest Seat SeatVest
West Tempi street streetWH1 streetwcinc
wcinc WH1 WH11C L itreoL this oily No Nov
v 1C n 1095 1OI3 of pneumonia Herbert J JWhite 1 1White
White born Nov S 18T7 in Salt Lak LakOily Lake
Oily OilyFuneral ity ityunernl
Funeral services will be held at 2 n m
Sunday at the Twentyfirst ward chapel
Friends are Invited to attend and can canview cafiview
view the remains at the family r l < lan46 lan46on
on day of funeral from 13 to 1 131 p ni
0 Interment at OVty camtry Camp at 4
Woodmen of the World win H iiv iivof v niMucjt
of f the services at th gravr
Judge W H King Charges Prove ProveMan ProvoM2i
Man With American Victory VictoryHOT VictoryHOT
MIt 1t was the first campaign I have havemissed haveflloeed
missed lnee the division on party party lines linesin lipesIn
in the state I regret exceedingly oxceddlngly that thatI
I was forced to bo absent and I am amsincerely amsincerely
sincerely sorry sori over the Democratic DemocraticUaftat Democraticdofat
Uaftat The record of Richard 1 Mor Morris MorriS ¬
ris as mayor is such that he should shouldhave shouldhave
have been endorsed by the citizens by byan byan
an overwhelming majority I am con convinced conVineod ¬
vinced that the defeat of Mayor Mor Morris Mori1 ¬
ris i1 and his associates on the Demo Democratic DemoCrgje ¬
cratic ticket and the sweopjng victory victoryof
of the American party wore due to the theinterference theIfitorference
interference of Senator Reed Smoot of ofProve ofrovo
Prove rovo In the local affairs of Salt Lake LakoCity LakeCity
City CityTill CityThis
Till was the statement of Judge Wil William W71lflafli ¬
liam H King I < Ing last evening soon after afterhis afterhis
his arrival from the east He had been beenabsent beenabsent
absent for five weeks during which whichtime whichtiuo
time he made a professional trip to toEngland toEliglttnd
England and looked iook d after legal matters mattersin mattrsIn
in New York and Washington The Thojudge Thejudge
judge does not take a gloomy view of ofthe ofthe
the political situation in the state stateThe stateThe
The Democratic party ho added addedwill addedwill
will continue in the future as It t has hasIn hasIn
In the past to wage an aggressive and andcourageous andcourageous
courageous fight for Us principles In InUtah InUtah
Utah It asks for no allies except those thosewho thosewho
who believe in Democratic principles principlesIt
It has planted itself upon principles principleswhich principleswhich
which make for peace and for tIm best bestgovernment bestgovernment
government known among man It will willnot vilInot
not only live but It will Ultimately Ultimatelywin Ultimatelywin
Flirts With the Tammany Tiger TigerJudge TigerJudge
Judge King was In Greater New York Yorkfor Yorkfor
for a time while the great fight for the thopolitical thepolitical
political control of that city was on onand onand
and naturally he took a deep interest
In the contest contestThe contestThe
The fight was Intensely bitter he hesaid hoMid
said and it has resulted in the de demoralisation doInoralization ¬
moralisation of Tammany more than thanany thititany
any election m recent times I believe believethat beIlevthat
that McCIellan was fairly elected I Iam Iam
am convinced that the investigation investigationwill
will not alter the result At the same sametime sametime
time It must be set down as a defeat defeatfor defeatfor
for McCIellan He has enjoyed great greatpopularity greatPopularity
popularity and had he won this fight
by a good majority he would have been
the choice of the New York Democra Democracy D rnocra rnocracy ¬
cy for governor next year He Is a amail amttii
mail of integrity and high standing
But he made the fatal mistake of not notadhering notadhering
adhering to his first demand that Je Jerome Jorome ¬
rome be nominated or endorsed by
Tammany Murphy opoosed and Mc
Clollan yielded Had Jerome been on
the ticket with McCIellan the team teamwould teamWould
would have swept the city by an over overwhelming overrie1lniiip ¬
whelming majority TpajorjtvHearsts
Hearsts vote was a great surprise
It must not be construed as an endorse endorsement endorsenent ¬
ment of Hearst or his policy There Therewere Therewere
were thousands of votes cast for Hearst
by Republicans whose only motive was
to crush Tammany TammnnvI
I found a remarkable change In pub ¬
lie opinion in tho matter of govern governmental governfoental ¬
mental control of the railroads It is isnow isnow
now common to find strong financial
Interests In New York supporting Pop
uljstlc ideas on this subject subjectGold subjectGold
Gold Democrats for Bryan BryanIt
It Is also common to find former formergold formersold
gold Democrats in the east vigorously vigorouslyadvocating
advocating the leadership of William
J Bryan and proclaiming that he is isthe Isthe
the logical leader of the party There
is I a loud cry for economy honesty in inpublic inpublic
public office and death to machines and
bosses The drift In the direction of
the Democratic party along these lines
is marked The trend of sentiment In
the east Is illustrated In the demand at
this time for the nomination of Bryan Bryanand Bryananti
and Jerome as the Democratic na national national ¬
tional ticket ticketPresident ticketPresident
President Roosevelts policy will de demoralize domoralize ¬
moralize the Republican party if he heearros heearloe
earros out his Ii Is recommendations These Thesereforms Thesereforms
reforms pointing to government con control control ¬
trol can only be carried by the presi ¬
dent with the aid of Democr Dornocr8ts ts and It
becomes more and more evident that
the radical reform element In the entire entirenation entirenation
nation will be found in the Democratic Democraticparty Diuocratlcparty
party partyJudge partyJudge
Judge King was a close observer of oftendencies oftendencies
tendencies in England He was espe especially espeally ¬
cially ally interested In the contest between
Chamberlain and his onoonents over
the fiscal policy of the nation H He HeIt sava
It is a mistake to think < Thrmberqln Thrmberqlniiii h mber ln lnIsm
Ism dead In England H iTo found many
business men and nrof profssil stoiMl men menBupnortinr mensupoortiiur
Bupnortinr Chamberlains none VA VAeause lecause
cause of the hieh tariff jw poley lcy of the theUnited theUnited
United St States ts They f feel el that ve retalla retallation ia iatlon
tlon is necessary agninst this eounuy eounuyI
I cro eroaed = ed she he ocean Jud Judge c Kin Kinsaid TZIig TZIigsaId
said with wit John Burns th tin labor lewd lewder leador ¬
er member of jwirURnion1 and also alsomember alsonisniber
member of the London ciiv roUMiil J JAllen 3Allep
Allen Baker unottT inemlwr of par parliament rarliament ¬
liament and hltrh official m the London LondoncUy Lorn1rncity
city government iv was s in ur > party He Hel Hoiai
l iai 4 ten InvftstiMtin muniiivI con control control ¬
trol of public utilities for r yrars At Athts Athis
his instance London Is opiKifnir a anumber anunter
number of street car iir iis < s aucet 5itcesifuly SFfu ly
T T4e e service is Imtt lttc r th r rto t lower lowerand lowerand
and a good on < l surplus M movM nrovikd for frtetst n ntetfct
tetfct and the sinking wnd nd Munic Municovr Miinlelel Miinlelelrrsciship
ovr rrsciship ushit > is clftlm cIaud d t 1 a u STUCCTPS STUCCTPSin sucerrein
in many part of Great Britain and nd the thedly thedly
dly It Is al under the theelvl clvM service serviceidly sevieoIdly
idly I is all nniL > r the civil sedvice sedvicein
in tl tlat t country countryGIFT countryGIFT
GIFT TO J F EVANS 3VANA A silver set setwas setWas
was nrwented nr eented to J T F FPsM > ns vestordny vestordnyby OatOrdtyby
by the emnoye emn1ve of th Utah Pn Fuel l e < ° vn vnpany m mP
P pany Y ami t ta0 > e Wasatch store of which whichcompanies whichcomosnies
companies Mr Evans was auditor until untilhis haUlhis
his recent npnoIntmsa jHw > int r t as g general n ral auditor auditorof
of the We ecern = torn Pacific With the f iet ietwere > t twr
wr Included the congratulations of the theofficials theofficials
officials and other emolov s of the two twoCAmimnies twocompanies
companies The eft contains ninetysix ninetysixpieo ninetysixpieeei
pieo pieeei H in baek walnut ca cases casesTREE os
The Pure PureGood
Good Tea TeaImported
Imported apd packed only1y only1yMJBRANDENSTEINC0
San Fmndico Cal
060N NWS NWSOffice
Office 2484 washIngton Ave AveI AveOgden
I Ogden Friday Nov 17 17ATTACKED 17ArTACKEO
Tim OITeil Assaulted Nearly Mur Murdered Murdered ¬
dered and Bobbed While Driv Driving1 Driving ¬
ing1 to Uintah UintahLying UintahLying
Lying insensible by the roadside Tim TimOKeil TUnONeII
OKeil a fruit grower residing at Uin Uintah Uintali ¬
tah was found by Francis Garner about about7m
730 oclock AVodnesday evening near
Burch Creek Q QeIl eil was carried to the
homo of Philip Garner close by where he henow lieiion
now lies at the point of death QNojl QNojlwas QNoIiad
was ad attacked by thugs while driving
home and after being struck over the
head with a blunt inHtrunicnt was robbed robbedand robbedandleft
and andleft left by the robbers in a dying con conF4fl ¬
dition ditionFrom
From what could ho learned from fromONeil
ONeil 0 eil after ho was restored to conscious consciousness consciousness ¬
ness it appears that he was driving
honie from Ogden and when passing passingthrough jiassingthrough
through Burch Creek a small settlement settlementon
on the Uintah road about five miles milessouth milessouth
south of Ogden three men In a buggy buggyovertook buggyorertook
overtook him One of the trio jumped jumpedfrom jumpedfrom
from the buggy and crawled upon the therear therear
rear of ONcUfl wagon Stepping up be behind behind ¬
hind the old man Uw robber dealt ONeil ONeila
a heavy blow on the head which knocked knockedhtm knockedfrom
htm from the wagon seat dow on to the theroadway theroadway
roadway ONell was rpndemt uncon unconscious uncoliscions ¬
scions by the blow and the highwaymen highwaymenthen hiIiwaymenthou
then riflofl his pockets securing seeurTng about aboutJ10 aboutlo
J10 lo In cash eag but in their hurry overlooked overlookeda
a 1 larger amount concealed in his vest vestpocket vestpocket
pocket After securing the money th ththree the thethree
three men again entered the buggy and anddrove anddrove
drove off toward Ogden at a rapid pace paceOXell aCe aCeoNtii
OXell Is about 70 years of nge and is isa isa
a cripple having had one of his legs legsamputated legsamputated
amputated While in Ogden Wednesday WednesdayONejl WednesdayOieIl
ONejl left his woedon leg legth to he repaired repairedso
so that he was doubly handicapped In Intho inthe
the uneven struggle He has a wife and andfamily andfamily
family residing at Uintah UintahHis VlntabHis
His injurles thjurleswere were of a serious nature natureThere
1 There Is a decidedly serious wound back backof backof
of the oar and another above the right righteye righteye
eye The matter was not reported to totho tothe
the county authorities until late yester yesterday yesterclay ¬
day afternoon malting the capture of the thehighwaymen thehlglinaymen
highwaymen almost impossible impossibleRGWGETSFRANCHISE ImpossibleR
Ordinance Passed to Help Out Ter Terminal Terminal ¬
minal Plans of Road RoadAt RoadAt
At a special meeting of the city coun council cotmncli ¬
cil held last evening an ordinance was wasgranted wasgranted
granted to the Rio Grande Western Rail Railway flailway ¬
way company giving It the right to lay laythree 183three
three track across Twentyfirst Twen Twentysecond Twentysecond ¬
tysecond and Twentythird streets be between between ¬
tween Wall and Lincoln avenues The Thefranchise Timefranchise
franchise was passed In its original form formand formand
and an amendment attached preventing preventingthe preydmiUnthe
the company from Interfering with a via viadue viaIhiC
IhiC due the building of which Js contem contemI conteniplatid
plntvMl on Twentyfourth street across the theJ
I J railroad tracks of the Harriman lines ba bativean b btnsen
tivean Wall avenue and the Weber river riveri i iThis
i This franchise is part of the Gould proj project proJoct ¬
oct for the establishment of extensive extensivei extensivetermInals
i terminals in Ogden Representative of ofthe ofthe
the harriman system were at the comma council commaoil ¬
oil chamber in the early evening but butloft butleft
loft before the convening of the body bodyThere bodyThere
There was not a dissenting vote against againstthe agaInstthe
the granting of the franchise A num number numher ¬
her of officials representing the Gould Gouldinterests Gouldinterests
interests were In attendance and a alengthy alengthy
lengthy meeting between the railroad railroadrepresentatives railroadrcpresentaUcs
representatives and the member of the thecouncil theqouncil
council wa wile held In the mayors office officeprior officoprior
prior to the meeting In the council cham chamber chamher ¬
her General Superintendent A B Wel Welby Welby
by of the Rio Grnnde > Western stated statedafter statedafter
after the matins that the work on the theOgden theOgden
Ogden terminal would be commenced as assoon assoon
soon aa ths plans and other minor mat matters mattera ¬
ters could be arranged and completed completedSUES completedSUES
William A Taylor Wants Money MoneyFrom MoneyFrom
From New York Corporation CorporationA
5 5A A complaint was filed in the district districtcourt distriCtcourt
court yesterday by William A Taylor Taylorngainat Tayloragainst
against the Fidelity Casualty company companyof
of Now York to recover 11100 1 100 alleged to tob tobe
b be due on an accident policy which the theplaintiff theplaintiff
plaintiff took out with the defendant defendantcompany defendantcompany
company May IS 193 The complaint sets setsforth i iforth
forth that the plaintiff paid a as a premium premiumon I Ion
on the policy for the first year th the sum sumof I Iof
of l7 17O o and that the policy provided providedthat providedthat
that in ease of Injury the holder was to toreceive toreceie
receive the sum of J12W I2f per week Ott OttFeb hi hiFeb
Feb 13 1904 Taylor was employed as astelegraph astelegraph
telegraph operator at Jackson a station stationon stationon
on the OgdenIniein cutoff and on that thatdate thatdate
date an explosion occurred from which whichhe whichhe
he received Injuries that partially die disabled dieubled ¬
abled him for a period of eightyeight eightyeightweeks eightyeightweeks
weeks and that he has made application applicationfor applicationfor
for the benefits but that the company companyhas companyhas
has refused to pay on the ground that thathe thathe
he was not permanently jniuretl jniuretlWAITERROBSTILL hijurwd hijurwdWAITER
Temporary Employe in Restaurant RestaurantTakes
1 Takes 25 and Skips SkipsA
A till in the restaurant conducted by byCyrus byCyrus
Cyrus Charles on Wall avenue was rifled rifledof rifedof
of about 25 by an employe at 530 oclock oclockyesterday oclockyesterday
yesterday afternoon The man who did didthe didi
i the stealing was wa only temporarily cm cmknowii empoycd
poycd at the citfo end his name was Ot Otknowit
knowii to his employer During the ab absence absence ¬
sence of the other employee from the theplace theplace
place the new man opened the cash re register registor ¬
gister took the money and eccai esecaped > e l Th Ththeft Ththeft <
theft was root discovered until some time timelater timeInter
later when the m matter tt > r was reported to tothe tothe
the police Mllc Daring th the short time that thattho thatthe
the stranger was in tat employ of Mr MrCharles MrCharles
Charles he exhibited a w Wafrlt tcn and some somemomsy somemone3
momsy which hich ha claimed lie was pre preserving preserving ¬
serving for another individual Hi HifL t1lstory
fL j it is thoulmt thoulmthe
story Is new disbelieved and
ho is an allaround croak and stole the thewatch thewatch
watch and money manoyHAD moneyHAD
Ogden Attorney Figures in Sensation Sensational ¬
al Case in Nevada NevadaJ
J II DeVino of the law firm of Davis DaviRDeVina Davis1c
1c DeVina of Ogden returned yesterday yesterdayfrom yesterdayfrom
from Elko Nov whsr he took part partin pirtIn
in a case between cattle and sheen men menTh mciiThe
Th The action grew out of the killing o a aSpanish aSpanish
Spanish sheep border by Dan Wallts a ai asheep
i sheep herder The theory advanced was wasers wasthat
that the shot that ended time sheep herd herdera
ers lfe was fired from ambush The Thetwo Then
two n men were alone In the hills at time thoi timetime
i time of the coranifs commission loii of the crime Mr MrDeVlmme Ir IrI
I uciur DeVlmme aiiou ucted for ivi the mv defendunt v > anti antisucceeded
succeeded in hanging the jury The Theoag Iheease
oag ease created great interest and when whenthe whenthe
the result was made known It I 4 aIfi ld thee theesheepmen H Hsheepmen <
sheepmen became angered and threatened threatenedth
th the young attorney attorneyWILLIAM attorneyWILLiAM
Aged and Respected Citizen Passes Passesto
to His Reward RewardWiliam RewardWiliam
Wiliam Greenwal an aged and respect respected ¬
ed citizen of Ogden died of dropsy at the thei thelWme
i home of his semi George H GrotnwelJ GrotnwelJysterday
1 twentysecond street at 230 o lock lockyesterday
yesterday afternoon Mr Greenwell was wasborn wasborn
born in England Sept 17 ISSi and came cameto cameto
to Utah In 1879 since which time he had hadresided hadresided
resided in Ogden At one time he was wasengaged wasengaed
engaged In the building business and andlater andlater
later was identified with a contracting contractingcompany contractingcompany
company with his son Ho Is survived by byfive byfive
five children thirtyseven grandchildren grandchildrenand
and three greatgrandchildren greatgrandchildrenBanquet greatgrandchildrenBanquet
Banquet for Newspaper Men MenJudge MciJudge
Judge J E Bagley who was elected to toserve toserve
serve a third term as city attorney at atthe atthe
the recent election pave a banquet at atthe atthe
the Elite cafe last evening complimentary complimentaryto
to the press of Ogden Reprcsentatives Reprcsentativeswere
were prerent from all the local and Salt SaltLake SaltLaka
Lake papers The tabe were tastefully tastefullydecorated tastefullydecoratod
decorated with chrysnth chrysanthemums nums Toasts Toastsware Toartsware
ware responded to by Judge Bagloy and andth andthe
th the rQpre representatives ent Uves of the papers Those Thosepresent Thosepresent
present wer Judge T K 1 Bagfey R T THarris Thanhi
Harris T McNitt W D Bratz W M MHugrhos Mflughos
Hugrhos P M t7 Whipplc Abbott Magln Maglnnla Maginmi5
nla J3 T Spencer Alexander Hyslop HyslopPhilip HyalopPhfllp
Philip Spear E A Larkln W S Boss Bossncr Bossnov
ncr ncrI
I Two RobbeqteBiejJorted RobbeqteBiejJortedLast ftertcd ftertcdLabt
Last MdnftdyAnfeiu thieves h1vs stole a abuggy abuggy
buggy andi andmL > a sfLOnuarncss from the yard yarrtnf yardcit
nf William Summers at Plain City The
matter jvas i tstiQItd iKjru uiu 1 the sheriffs ot othope 03flco
flco yesterday so thahthere is but 11tUa 11tUahope
hope of catching the robbers With nls nlscase bSease
case is dduplea t He talEst that on the same samedate samedate
date in the early evening some hor horwere hOrO5 hOrO5were
were stolen from Hycum Qacho countl countlIt coUnt3It
It It is believed that the saute persons personsfoctcd Ot Otfoctedboth
foctcd foctedboth both thefts but little hope is en entertained entertained ¬
tertained for their apprehension apprehensionDistrict apprehensIonDistrict
District Court Cases CasesIB
IB the district court yesterday Judge JudgeHowell JudgeHowell
Howell grantedan grahted an order on a motion for fora fora
a a dismissal as to the defendants Walker Walkerand Walkerand
and StalUngs in the matter of tho Noth NothOgden orth orthOgden
Ogden Irrigation company against George GeorgeA
A Fuller et al This matter was In con connection 001tmiection ¬
nection with the famous irrigation water watercase watcrcase
case that has been before the courts for forsome forsome
some time timeThe timeThe
The action of Walter F Reid vs Ly Lymari Lymart
mari Skeon which arose over the attach attaching ttachlug ¬
lug of a horse which was afterward HC HCcrotly secrotly
crotly taken back by the plaintiff ana anahis andhut
his attorney M D Lessenwr cotne UP UPanduftor UPand
anduftor and after hearing considerable testimony testimonythe tmmtImPl3the
the court courts continued the case until Sat Saturday ftt ftturday ¬
urday when the arguments argumentswiit will be made madePoker madePoker
Poker Exponents Sentenced SentencedPI
PI Clark the ringleader of the Mor MorJ11U11 Mormon
J11U11 mon poke JiultCl H gung < t was naa ovii sentenced ttvvu to u tli tlidays i idays
days In the county jail George Cudahy Cudahyand CimdaliyanI
and Harry Hughes each to 100 days by byJudge y yJudge
Judge J D Murphy in the municipal municipalcourt mnunIeiaLcourt
court yesterday This trio wore arrested arrestedWednesday arrestedrednesdny
Wednesday while In the act of fleecing fleecingJames fleecingJomes
James Torrcy of Flint Mich out of His Hismoney ILlsmoney
money In a game of Mormon poker pokerClark pokerClark
Clark has been before the court here be before before ¬
fore which was tIle cause of the addi additional100 nddttional100 ¬
tional100 days added to his sentence sentenceYoung sentenceYOung
Young Couple Married MarriedMiss MarriedMiss
Miss Lila A Wiggins daughter of Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs William Wiggins and Elliott ElliottW
W Kennedy were married at the homo homoof borneof
of the brides parents 2sM8 2t4 Grant avenue avenueat aventmeat
at 730 oclock last evening bv b Rev Cook Cookor j jof
of tim Church of < f the Good Shepherd In inthe j jthe
the presence ol o tho immediate relatives relativesof relativesof
of the bride and groom Both aVe well wellknown ve1Iknown
known In Ogden OgdenAdolph I IAdolph
Adolph Schansenbach 111 111Suffering IIISuffering
Suffering from an attack of pneu pneumonia pneumnonia ¬
monia Adolph Schansenbach Is reported reportedto
to bo lying seriously ill at his home on onAdams onAdams
Adams avenue He was taken ill Tues Tuesday TimeStiny ¬
day < but the case was not considered consideredserious consideredserlomm
serious until yesterday Hopds are en entertained entertained ¬
tertained for his recovery recoveryThese recoveryThese
These May Marry MarryMarriage MarryMarriage
Marriage licenses have beengVanted been ranted to toArthur toArthur
Arthur Ramsden 30 and Miss Edith EdltIiNyc V VNye
Nye 22 2 both of Ogden Elliott W ken Kanncdv kennedy
ncdv 20 and Miss Lllla A Wiggins both bothof bothof
of Ogden and Charley D Watrous 37 37and 7 7and
and Miss Ira M Coffey 24 4 both of Woi Woisor W 01 01ear
ear Ida
Nice Batch of Cash CashTh CashTi1e
Th Ti1e Pingreo National bank of Ogden Ogdanyesterday Ogdenyesterday
yesterday received 75000 worth of new nevcurrency newcurrency
currency currencyWHATS currencyWHATSTHETHING
Continued from Page 1 1team 1 1team
team unless he puts in his his regularly regularlyrequired regular1required
required hours of study pays his own owntuition owittuition
tuition and joins the team without any anyconsideration anyconsideratiomm
consideration considerationNo
No sir I do not believethat because bocausmen becausemen
men are husky aid would make good goodfootball goodfootball
football players jobs should be cre created crcated ¬
ated for them at college In order that thatthey thatthey
they may attend and Join the team teamThe teamThe
The minute you do that you lower the thocollege thecollege
college morale moraleI
I 1 want to say that every man on the theIT thei
IT i of U team at present is clean as a awhistle aalmistle
whistle in this regard and It Will be our ourduty ourduty
duty to keep the team so They pay paytheir pn pntheir
their share of the expense at the train training trainimig ¬
ing table and not one of them has bastifie bastifieb thjre thjrebeen
been b ei an inducement offered previous previousto
to his joining the team teamPraise teamPraise
Praise for Maddock MaddockAr
t tAs
As far as material is conpornod I Iam Iam
am sure we have the material fcjj toj a achampion achampion
champion football team right out on ontlie onthe
the bench This talk itbout weight is ismuch ismuch
much of it talk Why Utahs team teamoutweighs teamoutweighs
outweighs Carlisle and Cornell Jt Jtdoesnt itdoesnt
doesnt take beef alone to win a foot football football ¬
ball game you know knowThemi fi fiThen
Then why doesn the team wm wmSimply wInSimply
Simply because the men many of them themhave themhave
have not had the necessary experience experlanceI
I i believe Maddock has done wonders wondersbut wondersbut
but even the best of coaches cannot ac accomplish accomnpl ¬
complish comnpl ish miracles ml racles Football I players playersarent playersarent
arent made in a day and this is a lea lesson leason ¬
son Utah has to learn learnRegarding ledrnflegarding
Regarding the case of Jack Hiyne Hiyneover Him Himover
over which there is some dispute I drh drhsimply dthsimply
simply laying down the law ns gjven gjvenby gIyenby
by the A A IT when I say that Hume Humehaving1 Hu1Mhaving
having left track athletics for cyclQ cyclQracing ycl yclracing
racing and then reentered college ath athletics athtetics ¬
letics becomes a professional Neither NeitherX
X nor anyone else disputes the state statement statemont ¬
mont that he is an amateur cyclist for forhe forhe
he hap ha been so declared by the N C A ABut ABut
But he WItS warned early in the sum auuimer summer
mer that his riding on the Saucer Track Trackwould Ttabkwould
would endanger his standing as an anamateur
amateur In case he wished to again againenter againenter
enter college athletics athleticsAgainst athleticsAgainst
Against Jack Hume no one can raise raisea
a word My policy in his case is sim simply nirnply ¬
ply in line with a policy to put college coIiegsports j jsports
sports in Utah on a clean pure basis basisLITTLEBOVONE j jNot
Not One Square quare Inch of Skin on His HisWholeBody HisWhole
WholeBody Whole Body UnaffectedAwful UnaffectedAwfulSuffering UnaffectedAwfulSuffering
Suffering from Raw Itching ItchingHumor ItchingHumorScreams
Humor HumorScreams Screams Were Heart Heartbreaking HeartbreakingSkin ¬
breaking breakingSkin Skin Peeled 20 Times TimesWONDERFUL TImesS TImesWONDERFUL
My little sona son a boy of five broke brokeout brokeout
out with an itching rash Three doc doctors doetors ¬
tors prescribed for him but ho kept keptgetting keptgctting
getting worse until we could not dress dresshim dresslam
him any more They finally advised advisedmo
mo to try a certain medical College Collegebut Collegebutits
but butits its treatment did no nogood good At the thetime thetime
time I was induced to try Cutioura Cutiourahe
he was as so bad that I had tocut to thit his hishair hishair
hair off and put the Cuticura Ointment Ointmenton
on him on bandages as it was impos impossible iinpossibic ¬
sible to touch him with the bare hand handThere bandI
I There was not one square inch of skin skinon skinon
on his whole body that was not affected affectedHe affectedlie
He was one mass of sores The band bandages bandI ¬
I ages used to stick to his skin and in inremoving inremoving
removing them it used to take the skin skinoff skinof
off of with them and the screams from fromthe fromthe
the poor child were heartbreaking I Ibegan Ibegan
began to think that he would never get getwell getwell
well but after tao second application applicationof
of Cuticura Ointment I began to sec secsigns seesigns
signs of improvement and with the thethird thethird
third and fourth applications the sores sorescommenced soreacommenced
commenced to dry up His skin peeled peeledoff peeledoff
off twenty times times1 but it finally yielded yieldedto
to the treatment Now I can say that thathe thatbe
he is entirely cured and a stronger and andhealthier andhealthier
healthier boy you never saw than he is istoday istoday
today Robert Wattam 4923 492 Center CenterAve CenthrAve
Ave Chicago 111 Dec 301S97 301S97SIX 30 1807 1807SIX
Mr Wattam writes writesYour writesYour
Your letter of the 2Ist in regard to totlie tothe
the case of my little boy at hand I Iam Iam
am truly thankful to say that the cure cureeffected cureeffected
effected by the Cuticura Hemedics has hasbeen hasbeen
been a most thorough and successful successfulcure successfulcure
cure to date Chicago Feb 231903 23 1003 1003S1d
S1d thraughoal the w tld Culieurt Ruc4ett Ste
In tarn of C5aeoate Covd Fill SSe eriial teO teOOintment
Ointment Oa ip tie Leaden 2ICtsttr
aticie c Fails S Sea de 1 ialr Sheen Wcolutabu WcolutabuA
A atr Iru asd Chttu Corp Sole Pnmjdttn
LZov tn CLSSwr Uto
FOR GOOD WORK WORKMerchants W K KNerchants
Merchants Manufacturers Associ Association Associatio ¬
ation atio Makes Rapid Strides StridesWILL StiidesWILL
rxoCKERS will have a rough time tlmoIY timeSalt
IY in Salt Lake City if they got In Inthe im imthe
the way of the men who are boost boosting boostlug ¬
lug for time Merchants Manufactur Manufacturers Mamiufacturoraasoirttioi ¬
ers oraasoirttioi association Th3 nusn incun bi 1115 1115fleas i iness
ness with a big P The commute s met utietlast metlast
last evening in the Commercial club cluband dubtilid
and pushed the organization f ir r along alongthe alongthe
the road Mat Thomas Xophi t Mnr Mnrrls hr hrrum
rum A Richter O H Hewlett C O OHarris 0HarrIs
Harris J M Marriott J 3 M Lovenrtale LovenrtaleLeon Loveni3aleLeon
Leon Sweet J B Jensen J I Gal Gallacher Gallacmher
lacher George S McAllister and O 11 11Meredith fiMeredith
Meredith were present at this meeting
O H Hewlett presided presidedIt
It was decided to hold a rally In the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake theatre In the near futu futuThe future futureThe <
The object of this meeting will bo to 1 1tho let lettl
tho tl citizens in general know what this thisorganization thisorganizatloji
organization proposes to do for the tfcocity thecity
city There will be samples of manu manufactured mannfacturOd ¬
factured goods badges buttons prizes prizesgiven prizesgivoi
given away There will be a programme programmeof programmeof
of a high order both musical and lit literary literary ¬
erary It Is the intention to give a aboost aboost
boost for the city that will be felt from fromOHO fromnone
OHO side of the continent to the other otherThe etherThe
The committee at its meeting last lastnight lastnight
night also alsodecided decided to offer a prize for forthe forthe
the best design for a button to be worn wornby wornby
by every friend of Salt Lake at home homeand homeand
and abroad Another thoth r prize of 15 will willbe willbe
be given for the best design for a label labalto labelto
to be placed upon every article mfmuV mfmuVfactured maim maimfacturdd
factured In Utah The button is ex expected cxpected ¬
pected to have some catchyphrase catchy phrase of ofnot ofnot
not more than three words Denvers Denversbutton Denversbutton
button says Smile and Push Tills Tillslq Thisj
j lq givon as a sample of oi whatJs what is want wanted wanted ¬
ed here All designs must be sent to totlio tothe
the Merchants Manufacturers asso association assocation ¬
ciation care of the Commercial club clubSalt clubStilt
Salt Lake City Utah on or before Nov Novf
2 f If two buttons or two labels are aroaccepted areaccepted
accepted and combined by the commit committee comthittoe ¬
tee the prizes will be divided dividedMembership divIdedMembership
Membership In the association will willbo willbe
bo divided into four classes Claet A Amen Amen
men rated at 10000 or over class B Bmen Bmeit
men rated under 10000 class C mer merchants mnOrchants ¬
chants and professional men class D Dconsumers Dconsumers
consumers and citizens in general generalThere generalThere
There will be a president two vice vicepresidents vicepresidents
presidents and fifteen directors divided dividedinto dividedInto
into the required committees committeesIn
In order not to conflict with the Dem Democratic DemOcratic ¬
ocratic banquet Monday evening evenln Nov
27 the general meeting of the associa association association ¬
tion was postponed to Tuesday even evening evenbig ¬
big Nov 28 At that meeting all the thecommittees thecommittees
committees will iII bo prepared to report reportand reportamid
and it Is thought that a button and andlabel andlabel
label will be ready for adoption The Themeeting Themeeting
meeting last evenIng was filled with withenthusiasm withenthusiasm
enthusiasm enthusiasmNephl enthusiasmNephi
Nephl L Morris submitted a letter letterjust letterjust
just received from Homer J Kendall Kendallof
of Lehi in regard to the valuable kao kaolin knoliii ¬
lin beds owned by himself and others othersat
at that place The letter said that a amovement anuen1cint
movement was on by eastern capital capitalists ajiitalisth ¬
ists to develop develo this wonderful kaolin kaolindeposit kaOIifldeposit
deposit and establish extensive manu manufacturing nianutacturing ¬
facturing plants These will include includepottery Includepottery
pottery electrical Insulators putt puttpaner puttpaper
paper fireproof paint and andothers others Thdgo Thdgowill Tlio Tliovihl
will be established either at Lehi or InSalt In
Salt Lake City Tils kaolin has takpn takpnprizes tahin tahinprizes
prizes at St Louis and Portland ajjd ajjdMr iId iIdMr
Mr Kendall requested that it be listed listedwith histodwith
with the Salt Lake association associationGarfleld associationGarfield
Garfield train leaves 1138 a r rtVo m mTo
To have succeeded in doing that and andwe andwe
we shall continue to keep professional professionalism ¬
ism out of university sports And Andfurthermore Andfurthcrmor
furthermore we ar arC going to insist 7 7every 1im 1imOvery >
every university with whlrti w we play 311 311the jmuilie
the futuro shown a clean r recoid ooid We Wehave V
have no ringers and we want to recog recognize recognize ¬
nize no team whIch has hasCummings hasCummings
Cummings Gives His Hi Views ViewsThat ViewsThuit
That Professor Byron Cummings I Iwiling is iswiling
wiling to assist the brawny latin In malt making maltlit ¬
ing lit the football team may be seen from fromth fromthe
th the following Interview InterviewIt
It Is mjf rni opinion that there can be bonothing benothing
nothing unfair and unmanly in offering offeringto
to men phyxloally fitted for football footbullplaying footballplaying
playing some means of support whi whithey whie whiethe >
they the are making their way through col collogo coliee
logo Who complains against offernar a ajanltorslilp a ajanttorsiiip
janltorslilp to a man who is earning hs hsway hisway
way through colego and who Is not aim aimathlete n nathlete
athlete Then why should objection be bemade bemade
made to offorin offering such a position to th thman the themaim <
man who would like to come to college collegefor collegefor
for an education and who would make a asplendid aslilendid
splendid member of the Varsity eleven elevenI
I too will state tate that the frst im f a astate astate
state university Is to give men an educa education edumeaLion ¬
Lion not to mnko footbal player At Atthe ttthe
the same time the prestige of a school sehonliadded is isadded
added to where there Is a goOil fnntbnll fnntbnllteam fmthulltealn
team A good eleven draws mtny pupils pupilswho pupilswho
who enter for surely educational pur purposes purposes ¬
poses posesLet Let those who will talk of ringers ringersand ringersand
and purity In sport Who bus ever ac accused cccuised ¬
cused Utah of having ringers Would Wouiltlthey Wouldthey
they call a man a ringer1 who is on the theteam theteam
team and who is Burning his way througn througncollege throuincollege
college by working as janitor or taking takingcare takingcare
care of a class during study period hot lifctus hotus
us not cross those thesebridges bridges before we coin cointo coimme coimmeto
to thpm thpmNow thcmNow
Now regarding the outside influences influencessuppose
1 suppose knocking is the best term termThfrre termThere
There is no doubt that there has been beenknocking beCaknocking
knocking and that Coach Maddock Itfis Itfisstood hiastood
stood more than many man men would havf havfstood hatCstood
stood with equal dignity The best aji ajiswer answer
swer to time criticism which has heen heenmade ltenmade
made of Maddock is the sentiment of tjie tjieschool tjmfschool
school I dont believe you couH fltul fltulfour fitnifour
four students In the entire building but butwould butwould
would stand up for Maddock and prnjs prnjshim prajshim
him for what success the university universityteam univerettytepu
team has accomplished in the past That Thatis Thatis
is the best answer to Maddocks critics criticsAlong criticsAlong
Along the fcumo ° lines Is an interview interviewgiven interviewgiven
given by Judge W H King a prominent prominentalunmus preinlndimtalumpumme
alunmus Judge King maintains that thatUtSh thatLttilm
UtSh cannot afford to disdain methods methodsof
of other colleges in procuring her toot tootfall rootfall
fall teams He cited the prestige In pure purely purely ¬
ly educational lines that prestige In ath athIqtiiJs athlqtIs
IqtiiJs especially football had brought to toother toother
other colleges He favored the forming formingof
of some representative body to locate and andinduce antiinduce
induce men of big physique anxious oE oEgaining Otgalnhumg
gaining an education to attend the theU theU
U of U UThat UThat
That much could have been done to aid aidMaddock aidMaddock
Maddock this ecason cannot be denied deniedIn
In 11 the first place there were largo op opportunities opportunities ¬
portunities for an assistant coach As it itwas itWas
was there was no o one to take charge of ofa ofa
a second squad Mnddock played his hisbest hisbest
best men to the limit and when they theywero theywere
were gone ho had no others to look for forThat forThat
That there has been friction between betweenthe betweenthe
the two different boards has been ap apparent apparent ¬
parent but probably less harm was done doneby doneby
by by the friction Itself than by the fact factthat factthat
that each body assuming that the other otherwas othersitn
was looking after things neglected neglectedcertain neglectedcertain
certain things which Had It had sole au authority authorlty ¬
thority it 11 would hive done doneIt doneIt
It Is plain that If remedy ICo I is to tobe tobe
be given a trial one or the other faction factionmust factionmust
must give in And there la some reason reasonto reasonto
to believe that one oneor or the tlm other will give givein givein
in for vague rumors tell of an adjust adjustment adjustmont ¬
mont to be reached within the next two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks Just what this adjustment will willconsist vIllConsist
consist of can only be sruessed at but it itis Ithi
is understood that It will result In Mad Maddock Maddock
dock being asked to stay at the univer university unlveralLy ¬
alLy on condition that there shall be one onecentral onecentral
central governing board boardIt boardIt
It is i in this centralization of authority
that many students believe a solution of
Utahs troubles will be reached reachedSHORT reachedSHORT
The TransMissouri Freight Bureau as association asSointion ¬
sociation meeting held yesterday morning morningin
in the Kmitsford hotel was a short ono onoIV oneV
IV V A Poteet of Kansas City Mo acted actedas actedas
as chairman C I Tuttle represented representedthe
the Oregon Short Line Oregon Bailrffari BailrffariNavigation BnlirdatLNavIatlon
Navigation and the Southern Pacific Pacificv
v P Glcason of Los Angeles represent represented
ed the Salt Lake Toute P P Grcgson Grcgsonrepresented Gregsoniimproznied
represented the Santa Pe and F Wild of ofDenver ofDenver
Denver the Denver Itlo Grande These Theseofficials rhescofficials
officials said there wis we nothing to make makePublic makeptThhic
Public concerning coUningthe the work done by the thebureau thqbureau
bureau The association adjourned aftqr aftqra aftrIt
a few hours session The next meeting meetingwjjl meetlilwill
will be held on tile first Wednesday in inDecember I IDecember
December in Kansas City
Mrs 31 ms B B1aekten lack jt n Tells TeUsilowSime Ho rrShe was Crippled Crippledand Crippledand
and How Jlr DrWlhilame WilliamsPink Pink Pills PillsCured FIllSCured
Cured Her HerThe IterThe
The steady use of a particular set of ofmuscles ofmuscles
muscles tends to chrouic fatigne tigne which whichproduces whichproduces
produces faulty or difficult motion motiontrembling motiontrenibling
trembling cramps and even paralysis paralysisWriters paralysisWriters
Writers telegraphers tailors and seam seamstresses seamstresses ¬
stresses are among the classes most mostthreatened mostthreatened
threatened in this way with tho loss of oftheir oftbejr
their j 1wer > over to earn a living The only oulysafeguard onlysafeguard
safeguard is to keep up the supply of ofof ofof
of nerve force through the blood which Avhichcarries whichcarries
carries to the nerves the food that sup support support ¬
port their strength The following in instnuco instance
stance shows that nerve power may ho horecovered berecovered
recovered after it seems entirely lost if iftho ifthu
tho right rightineamms means are taken Mrs O S SBlivksten SBlaksten
Blivksten of No o 54 54 North Bowman Bowmaustreet Bowmanstreet
street Mausfleld Ohio says saysFor says11For
11For For year my iuyhamids liands would become becomaso
so numb at times that I would drop dropauythiug dropanything
anything I i attempted to lift Later Laterthey Laterthey
they became eo had that I could not sew sewany sewlul
any lul longer aud afc last I could scarcely scarcelydo
do anything at all with my hands At Atliight Atiight
liight the pricking SensatiOns Would Wouldcome WouldCollie
come on worse than over and my hands haudsand handsad
and arms would pain so that I dreaded dreadedto
to ga to bed bed My family doctor gave ma masome masome
some nerve tablets They helped ine a alittle alittle
little but emily for u shore time after I Ihucl Ibad
bad taken them and if I happened to be bewithout bewithout
without them for a day or two I would wouldbo
bo as bad a air ever or oreven even worse Finally FinallyI
I i got a box of Dr Williams Pink Pills Pillsautl PillsauU
autl began to take them themThe themThe
The result was surprising By the thatime thetime
time I had taken takentho tho last pill in my first firstbox firstbox
box I could see a gain Pew know how howmuch how2nUcl
much it meant for me not to ba ole to tosow tosow
sow and am when I fIrst found I could not notfeel imotfeel
feel tim needle ueecllebetween between my mnyflmmgers fingers I Iwas Iwasalarmed was wasalarmed
alarmed Thanks to Dr Dr1ilimrns Williams Pink PinkPiliK PinkPills
Pills I am now all right I can sleep sleepundisturbed sleepundisturbed
undisturbed by pain and for two years yearsI
I 1 have been as well welins as I ever was in my mylife mylife
life lifeDr Dr Williams Pink Pills feed the thenerves thenerves
nerves by making hew rich blood and andhi andin
hi this way have cured nervous diseases diseasesof
of every description from simple rest restlossuesa restlossmiess
lossuesa to paralysis They have ban banished batished ¬
ished the tortures of neuralgia the theweakness theweakness
weakness of nervous prostratiou the thedisability thedisability
disability LOUt awful pain of locomotor locomotorataxln locomotoratatin
ataxln They are Bold by all druggists druggistsar
ar a direct by the Dr Williams Medicine MedicineCompany MedicineCompauy
Company Schenectady N Y YALL YALL
CouncilraenElect and Men Now in inOffice inOffice
Office Have Love Feast FeastDECLARE FeastDECLARE
URE Un IN ACTION ACTIONCompliments ACTIONComnphirnnts
Compliments f or r the pl Olfi < J administra administration ¬
tion tl n ami SOofl wishes for or the new were werevoiced wereyolced
voiced by representatives of three threepartiesat threeartiea
partiesat artiea at a luncheon given In Mayor MayorR
R P Morris ollice by the finance com committee conmittee ¬
mittee of the city council after the thework thework
work of canvassing the election returns returnshad returnshad
had been completed last night nightThe nightThe
The feeling of the gathering was wasvoiced wasvoiced
voiced by b Councllmen B 1 A Hnrton Hnrtonsteln
stein F J Hewlett and L D Martin Martinrepresentatives MartinepresefltatiVos
representatives of the Democratic Re Republican Reptmblicaui ¬
publican and American parties early earlyin
in the evening Mr r Hartenstein said saidhe saidhe
he expected to give Mayorelect Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson his earnest support in all allmeasure allmeasurer
measure for the good of the city cityI
I expect to be just as loyal to him himas himas
as I would have been to Mayor Morris Morrishad Morrishad
had he been reelected said Mr Hart Hartonsteln Hartonstein
onsteln I think of all the mayors this thiscity thiscity
city has had there has been none more morehonest morehonest
honest more conscientious than he but butMr butMr
Mr Thompson has my beat wishes for fora lota
a successful administration and I be believe behere ¬
here he will do all he can to advance advancethe j jthe
the welfare of the city cityCouncilman I ICouncilman
Councilman Hewlett who presided at atthe attime
the gathering said ho believed the thepresent thepreseflt
present administration had been the thebest thebest
best the city had ever had and that it ithad itlied
had set a mark for all to follow He Healso Tiealso
also predicted that the new adminis administration adnilnistratioli ¬
tration would do its best bestShould bestShould
Should Forget Politics PoliticsCouncilman PoliticsCouncilman
Councilman Martin said he felt cer certain certaut ¬
taut now that the political atmosphere atmospherehad
had been cleaved that all members of ofthe Ofth
the th city government would work in inharmony inhiamivioflv
harmony for Salt Lake LakeWo LakeVct
Wo ac e all American citizens re resardlefs
sardlefs of our party beliefs he said saidAnd saidAnd
And while every citizenhas citizen ties the right rightto
to vote as he pleases I know all of us usare j jare
are big enough and loyal enough to tothis tothis
this city to forgat our political differ differences differenees ¬
ences and work together for the good goodof goodof
of the cIty cItyItemarku j jRemarks
Remarks along this line were made madeby j
by others present outgoing incoming incomingand incomingamid
and holdover officials Treasurer Fisher FisherS
S Harris Recorder J S Crltchlow and andAssistant andJsmisttuu1t
Assistant City Attorney W V II Brumol Brumolsupplied Branielsupplied
supplied much fun at their own ex expense cxpence ¬
pence by giving voice to the emotions emotionsof
of men who the rollers put under underthem underthem
them as Mr Critchlow expressed It ItMr
Mr Harris pleaded exemption on this thissaying thissayIng
saying he had not been a candidate candidatebut
but was suppressed by a rejoinder to tothe tothe
the effect that he had been unable to toget toget
get on the ticket ticketRegret ticketRegret
Regret Over Parting PartingThe PartingThe
The affair was informal In character characterand characterand
and furnished an au opportunity for soy severa soyI
era eral of the retiring officials to express expressregret expressi
I i regret that an administration which whichhad whichhad
had been so harmonious and pleasant pleasantfrom pleasantfroni
from a social standpoint would bft bftbroken bebroken
broken up so soon soonj
j The tables were laid and the luncheon luncheonserved luncheonserved
served i y Franklin Among those who whospoke whospoke
spoke were Councilmen F J Hewlett HewlettL
L D Martin P S Fernstrom TV J JTuddenham JTuddonlamn
Tuddenham A F Barnes T R Black BlackK
K H Davis E A Hartenstein Treas Treasurer Treasurer ¬
urer FJsher HaiTls Recorder J S SCrltchlow SCritelilow
Crltchlow Assistant City Attorney TV TVH WH
H Bramel Auditor C B Felt Land Landand Landanti
and Water Commissioner Ben D Luce Lucej LuceRecorderelect
j Recorderelect J B Moreton Council CouncllI Councilmauielect
I manelect John Holley and two repre representatives reprosentatives ¬
sentatives of the Salt Lake newspapers newspapersCouncilman newspapersCouncilman
Councilman L J 3 Wood said he had haddone haddone
done all tjift talking for the Second In Inthe Inthe
the council and begged off while Coun Councilman Counman ¬
cilman man George D Dean excused himself himselfon himimelfon
on the plea that he had paid Wood Woodevery Woodevery
every month to do his talking talkingMayor talkingfayor
Mayor Richard P Morris sent his re regrets regrets ¬
grets with an explanation that the con condition conditlon ¬
dition of his daughter Miss Robbie RobbieMorris flebbieMorris
Morris was not favorable last night nightand nightand
and that he did tot feel he should leave leaveher leayeher
her bedside bedsideIn
In Old Kentucky Matinee today
t t VtGliHdren OC oc adults 50c Any AnyGarfteld AnyIurj
Iurj l1l l1lGurfield
Garfteld trainleaves 1130 a m
= = i i
5000 Yards of Linens and Domestics DomesticsAt
At a r in 4 4flr L11A > On Ever EverSaving Every EverySaving
C IU flC
Saving of Dollar DollarThis Do1IrThis
This tremendous accumulation of remnants is the result of tli tliunprecedented tl tlunprecedented
unprecedented Thnnksgivhig Linen Sale All new goods in just lL lLright il ilright
right lengths for immediate use In the assortment arc arcRemnants areRemminuts
Remnants of Table Linens LinensKonmant LinozisRonunaimts
Konmant of Towolings Towolings3omnants lowolingsRemnants
Remnants of Bleached Muslins Muslinsr MuslinsRcinmiauts
r Remnants of Unbleachod Muslins MuslinsJtamnnitU M3lsllneRCUlIlIftflts
JtamnnitU of Mercerized White iraiitj WaiM WaiMRcrnnnts i ijRcmnnnts
jRcmnnnts of < 1aliooe Calloocsi 1aliooejvcwnartts
jvcwnartts i enimmatts of Percales Percalesilomnants PercalesRemmmants
ilomnants of Outing Outin Flannels FlannelsRemnants FlannelsRenuzauls
Remnants of Flanrioloitos FlanrioloitosRemnants FlanialbttouBennamits
Remnants of Daisy Baby Flannel1 Flannel14i PlannobJcmuants
4i Remnants of Cretonne CretonneRemnants CrotonneRemnants
Remnants of Gnlatoa Cloth ClothRemnants ClothRomnants
Remnants of White Outing Flanneli FlanneliRemnants Ianncj IanncjRoiiimtnts
Remnants of Dress Gingham GinghamRemnants GinghamRonmants
Remnants of Apron Gingham GinghamAnd GinghamAnd
And all at a saving of from 25c to 40c on every dollar purchase purchaseFriday purcbasFriday
All the new shades of green purple blue and brown Made of ofchiffon ofchiffon
chiffon and net Finest trimmings for hats Always sell for fi f
100 to j200 200 each Friday and Saturday cleanup price U Ju
100 Dozen Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs HandkerchiefsThese
These are prettily scalloped and embroidered Very dainty for forfancy ferfancy
fancy work Friday and Saturday we offer them themat PP PPat
at the very special price of each cccliBoys c cBoys
Boys White Unlaundered Shirts ShirtsIn
In sizes 12 to 13 12 selling regularly at 50c 50eFriday 111 111Friday
Friday to clean them out we make the price priceMENS priceMENS
The New Shaped Patent Leather Belts BeitsSelling BeltsSelling
Selling regularly at 40c each eachFriday eachFriday
Friday cleanup price
Wood Back Nail aii Brushes BrushesWith
With or without handles Extra quality qualitybristles j
bristles Sell always at 25c each Friday and Saturday to close closeOnly closeOnly
Only Two More Days of the Jewelry Sale SaleHere SaleHere
Here is a partial list of the very special prices prces we are makin makinthis makixirthis
this week on useful jewelry
Misses and Childrens Bead Bead3Tcck Bot1Neck
Neck Chains worth 25c e for lOc lOcBand lOcBand
Band Bracelets worth 50c each eachfor eachlot
for lotBar 27c 27cBar
Bar Pins worth 50u each for 29c 29cStick 29cStick
Stick Pins worth 35c cach28c cach28cBrooches each 3c 3cBrooches
Brooches worth doe and 75c Vefor 75cfor
for 39c 39cNOTION 30CNOTION
WellDressed Young Man Takes Clock ClockFrom ClockFrom
From Mrs Mary Hewletts HewlettsHome HewlettsHome
Home HomeForcing HomeForcing
Forcing an entrance Into her home homeand homeand
and declaring himself to be a picture pictureagent pictureagent
agent a well dressed young man stole stolea
a handsome mantel clock from Mrs MrsMary MrsMary
Mary Hewlett mother of F J Hewlett Hewlettpresident Hewlettpresident
president of the city council yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayMrs Mrs Hewlett is 77 years of age and andwas Slidwas
was alone in the house when the man mancalled mamicalled
called As she opened the door the man mansaid mansaid
said he wasa picture agent and wanted wantedto iamteIto
to look at her pictures Without an aninvitation au auinvitation
invitation he pushed by her and en entered cmitered ¬
tered the house He walked through throughthe
the rooms ostensibly for the purpose purposeof
of examining the pictures on the walls wallaMrs wallsMrs
Mrs Hewlett was so confused by the theabrupt timeabrupt
abrupt manners of the intruder thai thaishe thatshe
she did not watch his movements close closely closely
ly It was not until some tlm time after afterhis afterhis
his departure that she noted the ab absence abmace ¬
mace of the clock The clock wa was a afine afine
fine goldmounted affair and had been beenpurchased heelptmrchased
purchased only a few weeks before beforeMrs beforeMrs
Mrs Hewlett was able to describe describethe describetime
the man only as well dressed and andyoung andyOUlig
young A man who answered the same samegeneral samegeneral
general description called at the home homeof homeof
of F 1 J Hewlett soon afterward glv glviiiFr givIng
iiiFr another pretext as an cxcugc for forhis forhis
his visit The younger Mrs Hewlett Hewlettrefused Hewlettrefused
refused to permit him to enter her herhome herhome
home however and he left leftDESERTER leftDESERTER
Charles Austin Found After Being in inTown inTown
Town for Months MonthsA
A drunken man whom Officer Busch Buscharrested Buscharrested
arrested last evening proved to be beCharles beCharles
Charles Austin a deserter from the theFort theFort
Fort Austin was formerly a private
Gold Front Dross Pins Piii wor wor26o worth worth2o
26o aet a for f r I IHat iHat
Hat Pins worth 50r SO for forTh forThCollar 31 31Collar
Collar Button four iu a set setworth setworth
worth JOe a set for forToilet fitToilet
Toilet jm < 1 wamrnre flIaiuilmP jneet jneetworth p pworth
worth Oc tsa imlm lt ffr i4
in the Twentyninth infantry but buttime sfr sfrtime
time last August he diaappfiiit disapit t I I ir 1 1nothing Inothing
nothing hag been known o of his v her herabouts hutabouts
abouts until his arrest arrestHe arrestHe
He will be turned over to th the < ant antties iu iuties
ties at Fort Douglas today SSntfi Sun a aI t tIng >
I ing the fort Austin has been u ie vjir vjirat m u uat
at odd jobas around town He 11 i iai iaii m mto
i to be a plumber by trade tradePOWDER tradePOWDER
Two Men Killed and Two Others Se Seriously Seriously ¬
riously Injured InjuredPeorla injuredPeoria
Peoria Ills Nov 16 1GIn In an exiV x xtoday i itoday
today at the Buckeye Powder vorls et etEdwards f fEdwards
Edwards station fourteen miles nur nurwest m ut utwest
west of Peoria two men mct Ji i ideath > t tdeath
death and several other eraployrj empl j jinjured v vI
I injured two of them seriously Tt I f fdead edead
dead deadAddigon deadAddison
Addison long aged 28 28William 2RWilliam
William Haaaler aged 45 45The 45Tile
The seriously Injured Frrl Fre 3 F gel gflman gelman
man Ellis Henderson Firmminl
Annapolis Md Nov 16 16Mmn 16MmnA Midshir MidshirA
A W Bitch and Leigh Noyes N03re5ed vJa a aed
ed a as referee and tlraekeepm timekeepctively TSJ C Clively
lively in the fight between Braiuli Br i a aMeriwether aMeriwether
Meriwether have been reduced redu I I tj t ue ueranks teranks
W D S Harrington Will Start the theSummit theSummit
Summit County Enterprise EnterpriseA
A new paper ie to appear next TJ u h hat t tat
at Park City It will be iniept ndfrt ndfrtIn ih rt rtIn
In politics and religion W D I m HAS HASrlngton ii t trlngtoa
rlngton of the Utah Commercial Comnicr Ia A Avertiser Avertiser
vertiser of this city will be ediiir editt r a aMr amanager
manager managerMr
Mr Harrington will continue ti t tand r1 r1and
and manage the Utah Commerrii Comnnie C i i iVertiser A Avertiser
vertiser The new paper will be f t t tthe = 1 1the
the Summit County Enterprise
We collected 965 gold dollars dollarsfor doliarsfor
for Mr William S Poulton cf cfOakley CfOakley
Oakley Ida the other day TLli TLliclaim TLticlaim
claim had been standing unpai ur4paiiyears J3 J3years
years Wa obtained settlement settlementwithout settlementwithout
without going to court courtWe courtWe
We can collect some for you if ifyou Ifyou
you turn In your bills The more morebills morebills
bills you turn in the more mon money moneyyOU y yi
i you get getOur getOur
Our Law Department hand handall hanrilll
all ll kinds of cases evcryvhli evcryvhliOur everywhezOur <
Our attorneys are the best
Merchants Protective Associate AssociateSCIENTIFIC
i Francis apeIs 9 Luke Genl Mgr MgrTop Mgrlop
Top fcj a Floor Coj3hterdatj5I Countortai I3ftiOIC k Salt Lake City Uu UuSOME L t

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