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IHE lH SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY W pXE DAY NOVEMBER XOVE ER 29 1905 19O if
RISING PROVES PROVESTO r rTO
TO I BE ABORTIVE ABORTIVESecretary
Secretary Root Bashes ashes the Hopes of ofIsle ofIsle o oIsle
Isle of Pines Colonists ColonistsPOINTED ColonistsPOI Co1onistsPOINTED
POINTED POI NTED LETTERWRIPiEN LETTERWRIPiENISLAND LETqERWRI LEiTERcWRFfr1ENISLAND r1t N NlaLAN
ISLAND D LAWFULLY LWFUl LAWFULLVcUa Y EioNGS r g q p pCUBA oCU
CUBA CU cUa cUaWaahlngton B VYV VYVWashington J Ji
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Washington Nov N V 9JTW Iitt adminis administration ft 1U1n1 ni nia niatratIo ¬
tration daahod duh d the t e heraiiy 119 h 1 of rt tt111t1e tt111t1eband th 1U1n1I IKtk IKtkband UtUeband I
band of American eolontftoran eolJ the UteIsie UteIsieor Isle Isleof
of If Pines who Iwtve eje working WO I1g to toward toward toward ¬
ward the th separation ofjtig ot ot island hoo1 from fromuba rOnL rOnLuba i iuoo
< uba and Its inclusion Inclusl t In htb the United UnitedStates Unitedstates I
States tates when Secretary Root after con consultation eonuitatton cU1 ¬ i isultatlon
sultation with Ith the president jnaaegub jnaaegubJlc ma made eIDtb ib ibii I IJIl
Jlc ii the text of a a letter which he Jtehad 1eiiadaddrewj had hadaddressed I Iaddreaed
addressed to Charles Raynard liresl liresl1ent rsst rsstdent i ij
dent j < nt of the American m rtcan club ei b of thlp tl th dale Jilsleof daler i
of Ir r Pines defining deilnl g the th attitude be the theTnited thernlted I
Tnited States government loerftm nt towartJ tow the theproposed thaproposed
proposed Pro od formation ot a territorial terrltoftallOv terrltoftallOvfrllment gov government g v verInent ¬ I
ernment in the island as a part f o C the theTnlted therntted
Tnlted Statea The TheSc secretary IlUU7 was most mostpointed mo ntotfllflted t tolntecl II IIrulted
pointed olntecl In the statements attem tll in th tltletter ietteriIeI letter lettervhlch I
vhlch hlh iIeI in as follows tohlowaRoots followsRoots 0110
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Roots Letter LetterI i il
I have received your letter of Oct OctTi Octin I Iln
Ti In which you say 58 Kindly advise advisenif advlaefte i
nif at your earliest t convenience the the5f titeptoceclure
5f 1ft < e8mry y procedure to establish e tabUab a ter terviloral terHorlal terItorial I
viloral form of government Iovernm nt for the theIsle theI theIsle
Isle I le of Pines West Indies U S SIt A AIt Ait
It is no part of the duty dut of the aec aecvi ectar aectary
vi < tary tar of state to give advice upon uponsuch uponuch uponucli
such > uch subjects I think It t proper how howfver howYer howver
fver Yer to anawer your Inquiry so far aa aaU a at aat
U t may be necessary nectMI Rr to remove an error errorunder 81rOrlln errorunder
under lln < ler which hle11 you appear to be resting restingincernlng restingilllcemluK reatingucerning
incernlng tho status of the Isle of ofPines ofPIIIfI ofutea
Pines utea and your right as reeidtms re reald ld HIB of ofiliat ofha
hat ha island
4 islandArc
Arc Cuban Subjects SubjectsThere SubjectsThere SubjectsThere
There is no procedure by which you youu4 youI round
I < < u4 yeur associate can lawfully es esibjlsh 6 6hbJl eaF
F hbJl ibjlsh h A a territorial government In that thatTand thatrand tbatTamt
< < rand The Island is l lawfully subject subjectthe Iil sujnetth ect ectth
the th control and government othe othepublic of the thetJmbUc therpubflc
tJmbUc public of Cuba and you and Your YourQM your youriocltes o r roetes
iocltes oetes are bound to render obpdl obpdlnee obdtne U Une
< ne to the laws of that country sti long 1longIs longH 1on 1ons
Is > H you remain in the island If you youfail youfail ou oufaR
fail in that obedience you will justly justlylie ju tly tlylP
lie 1 liable to prosecution proee < utlon by the laws of ofuba otcuh ofubs
cuh uba for auch h offense as you commit commitYnu commitY cornmttYu
Ynu Y IU are not likely to have ha e any an greater greateri xrtElrower grtaterlower
i lower > over In the future The treaty treat now nowpn6Mng now1n nowpn4ing
pn6Mng 1n lng before the senate If approved approvedby
by iy that body bod will relinquish h all claim claimof claimnf claimuf
of the th United States to the Isle of ofPines otPin ofPifl
Pines Pin s In my Judgment the United Unitedstates Unltdtntt8 Unitdtate
states tate has ha no substantial l claim to < ne nelsl hel e eb4l
lsl l of Pines The treaty merely a atordg ftolds at attordg <
tordg to Cuba what is I hers In accovd accovdnre aecordfle
nre with International nal law and jus justice jUKtlce juMtke ¬
tice
Island Belongs to Cuba
At A t the thn time of the treaty trpat of peace peacMhlch peacerhleh
Mhlch hlh ended the war between the Unit Units
s d States and Spain the Tale of Pines Pineswas PinesW Pineawas
was W lS < and had been for several set > ral centu centuruH centuritM
ruH 1 tK a a part of Cuba I have no doubt doubtwhatever doubthatever doubtvhatever
whatever that it continues to be a part partCuba Pttrtf
41 < f Cubit and nd that it is not and neverirts never neverliis never1111ii
liis been territory of the United States StatesThis Sttt StnteThh i iThis
This is the view with which President PresidentUoosevelt PN Presidentooeyelt ldent ldentI
Uoosevelt I otol welt authoriMd the pending pondingrtaty peudlnJtat pendingriaty
rtaty Jtat and made and signed it and I Ixpect IX Ixpet
< xpect X t to urge Its confirmation Nor Norvvoirtcl NorcvbuId or orwfluld
vvoirtcl the rejection of the pending pendingtivaty pendingtlaty pendingliratY
tivaty put an tu end to the control of ofuba ofuha ofuha
uha over the island A treaty direct dlrectcontrary < lIrecth
h 1 > contrary contra to the one now pending pending1would pendingouJd pendingonId
would ouJd be necessary nec I to do that and1hro and andthro and1hro
1hro ia I not the glightest 1fKhte L prospect pro pect of ofMien ofwh oft
Mien < wh t a treaty being lnK made You may mayln mayt
t ln 1 > quit s sure r that Cuba will never oon oonnttO oonnt eonnt
nttO nt to Jfivo lvc up the Isle of 0 Pines and andf andth
f IU at t tit he United States Stftl will never try tryt t11t
t > compel her to give 8lV 4ve it up againat her herv herHI hergil
v ill Very respectfully respectfullyELIHIT re respectfullyILIHU pecttuJl
ELIHIT ROOT HOOTSEWING ROOTGIll ROOTE
GIll GIllSEWING
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES NEEDLESt i iaU
t I > i all makeg of machines machh e at Five tve Cente Centei I
E 1 i > er r package and everything ever tbr else el e per pertaining perlaming ¬
laming to sewing machines at greatly greatlycluc Kreatlyduced perI
I > cluc duced d price LooK < for the re Jeel t3d < l s sSouth S4J
4J 1 South Main street Salt Lake City CityMASONIC Cit Cittab
1 tab tahpA
f I ll pA MASONIC ELECTION ELECTIONVtaX
FLak Council No I R and S M 1 elected electedficers etectetlfi electedI
ficers fi eI8 < aa a follows last night T I M MP wI r rP
I P Sherwood I D M r J 1 G Bywater BywaterC
A > P C AV v L K J Arnold mold trea treasurer urer Ar Arir Arir r rIr
ir Brown tO recorder M f C Philline Phillinel
I l > f G I G C Hunting C of C L r II 55 55I I
I > lker steward John Reeves aendnel aendnelv aentinelulph
v Violph 0101 ulph Anderson bder on The new n officer were werei
i i suited by P Iaat ast t T I M r Walter alter Scott ScottWYOMING SeottWYOMI Scotti I
i WYOMING WYOMI MINERALS MINERALSSpecial MINERALSSpecial I ISIeelal
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington lIeraldWashington
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Washington Nov ov 2S N H Darton Dartonft
ft If the geological geoJogicalamve survey who has been beenwaking beennaklns beeniakIng
waking mineral investigations in the theliig thenlg theflig
liig Horn mountains Wyoming yomtng reports reportstapper repOtlsIpJer reportsV
V tapper IpJer and gold existing t 18UUJC in paying payingtiuantlttes pa payingtuantities In Inltuantltle8
tiuantlttes in Bridger range As A for forthe forthe ot otthe
the northern part ot Shoshone Indian Indianreservation IndlaatseraUon Indianvtservation
reservation which IB to be opened opon for forsettlement fortUement forttlement
settlement June next Darton says inthorough in ina Ina
a thorough examination he failed to toiiutl tofinlI totinI
iiutl any R Y minerals worth the trouble of ofJoining ofIoining oftnIng
Joining tnIng This region had been eK eKvloited efflt eai
i vloited lt 1 > lt s being rich In minerals tnetAl Inft Inftif bttsuch it itIf
if such is the case Darton says 8 ft is inrevalEd isrevealed
1 t revealed d in any of the surface surfaceformations surfacortnatlone aurfacormatIont
formations
I GO G ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo ANYWHERErOlbotogtuph
To pbotogmph r anything Harry Harry5ljp Harry5ljper Ship Shiplet
let er Commercial Photographer Pholo rlh 1 Ul liitahI Si Siaiaiu st
aiaiu raitt Than hone 2S25 S25 K KHALF KHALF EHALF
HALF RATES RATESFor RATESFor RATESFor
For Thanksgiving Day DayVii Dayia DayVia
Vii Via ia Oregon Or n Short Line Tickets Ttcketator Ttcketatorale for forale forI
I ale N 29 and 30 O good for return to tor to4th
3 > + < 4th See agenti for full particularsCRUISER particulars particularsCRUISER particularsCD
CD CDCRUISER
CRUISER ORDERED ORDER D HOME HOMEu HOMElIUlldon HOMEL4utIdOfl
u lIUlldon > ndon Nov No SS SThe The United States Statesx Statesruls StatesuIse
x i ruls uisarv t MinneHpolh fling ftin the flag of ofK ofIt ofHar
K Har ar Aamiral A lhtl Colby M Chester now nowttt nowlit nowt
t ttt GraveBend Grave en has been bet n ordered to re return return reurn ¬
turn urn home > She will m Rail at midnight midnightJr
Jr t r Hampton Road n Vu a calling caUin at tt the theAzore the701e thetzore
Azore 701e islands on the th wayi way wayThe wayL wayTREE
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KAISER KAISEROREN3 KAISEROREN3THE OPENS OPENSTHE
THE TH REICHSTAG REICHSTAGGerman
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German Monarch Reads the Speech SpeechProm SpeecllFlom SpeechProm
Prom the Throne ThroneGIVES ThroneGIYES ThroneGIVES
GIVES GREETING TO JAPAN JAPANWISHES JAPANW JAPANWES
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WISHES W HESGOOD GOOD LUCK Lu K TO CZAROF CZAROFRUSSIA CZAROFRUSSIA CZAR OF OFRUSSIA
RUSSIA RUSSIAIJISrllR RUSSIAt RUSSIAiIIL
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IJISrllR iIIL U Nov > 8SJ5mparor William WilliamH WlllIomlnOOthe WillIamOiod
Oiod H lnOOthe od the celohstag today tod at noon in inth Inth Inthwhlttdl
th thwhlttdl whiteIwll kit nMtlt of the palace p 1a himself himselfreading himselfre himselfreading
reading re 4Ung the speech from tho throne throneThe thtoneThe throneThe
The speech was occupied chiefly chietl with withdomestic withdomQStlc withdomostIc
domestic affAirs Turning near the theclose theCIOM theclone
close tff dtt11 the speech to foreign affa1rsthe affnlra affnlrathe afftillStheel1Deror
the theel1Deror emWor et eror said saidThe aiduTJle saidTbe
uTJle The German empire has with all allpowers 011powers allpewem
powers correct and with most of them themgood 1110111d themgood
good and Mendly relations It fillednie filled filledme filledme
me with high satisfaction that I was wasable W88abl wasabl
able abl to t support the successful efforts effortsof
of tho president of the United States Statesin
in bringing about peace between his hismajesty hismajeety hisflajeaty
majesty the emperor of Russia Rus ia and andhis andhbl andhis
his majesty maja ty thp emperor of Japan I Igreet Igreet Igreet
greet Japans entrance into the ranks ranksof ranksof I Iof
of tho great powers with sincere wishes wishesfor wishestor w1shefor
for the peaceable civilizing mission of ofthis ottIdii ofthiI
this thiI highly hlghl endowed people and andlively andlively andlively
lively sympathies attend the efforts effortswhich effortswhieh effortswhich
which the neighboring friendly triendl Rus Russian Rusatan Ruselan ¬
sian empire is making toward a new neworder neworder neworder
order of things in its internal affairs affairsI
I hope that his majesty the Emperor EmperorNicholas EmperorNic101as ilhnperorNicholas
Nicholas may earn the love und grati gratitude gratitude gratitude ¬
tude of his ieople as a the pathfinder of ofRussias ofRussias I IRu
Russias Ru la happy future futureThe futureThe I
The emperor also expressed expretlS < his con congratulations congratuation congratulations ¬
gratulations to Norways1 government governmentand governmentand
and people upon the election of the theroyal theroal theroyal
royal couple to whom I am bound by byfriendly byfriendly byfriendly
friendly sentiments sentimentsDomestic senthnentaDomestic sentimentsDomestic
Domestic AffairsVhe Affairs AffairsThe AffairsrheQnlIerol
The rheQnlIerol emperor continuing said saidpossessions saidA Il IlA
A glance of O Oecmuin5s mon il OWl Inl < r rNll rNtl
Nll possessions PQi eulons cannot fall to dieclogo dieclogothe direlosethe c cthe
the fact that we have continually conUuW l to toreckon toreckon toreckon
reckon with misconceptions of German Germanwaya Germanways Germanways
ways of thinking th nking and prejudices prejudicesagainst prejudicesa prejudicesagainst
against a alnst the progress made by b German Germanindustry Germanindustry
I industry indu lry The differences which hich arose arosebetween arosebetween arosebetween
between us and France in the Morocco Moroccoquestion MoroccoquestiQu orocco oroccoquestion
question had no otheiugrigm than in a adisposition adl adisposition
disposition dl to settle without Germanys Germanysparticipation GermanyslUUchmtlon Germanysparticipation
participation In questions on which the theGorman theGerman theGerman
German empire also has interests to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect protectIn
In the earlier part of his speech the theemperor lheemperor theamperor
emperor emphasized the necessity l1eceaeit for forincreasing forIncreasing forIncreasing
increasing Germanys naval power powerabroad powerabrOftd powerabroad
abroad In view Iew of the Increasing trade traderelations traderelations traderelations
relations with all oversea countries countriesHe countriesHe ountrIesHe
He mentioned In detail the naval meas measure measur iueasures ¬
cabled the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPreIM AssociatedPress
ure ur ures already to
Press announced further social reform reformlegislation reformlegislation I Ilegislation
legislation insisted on the necessity neees it
fo for augmenting the financial resources resourcesof resourcof
of the empire and expressed his ex expecgttlon expectRtlon cxpectatlon
pecgttlon of an early earl ending of th thsouthwest the theaouthwe thsouthwest
southwest t African insurrection insurrectionPraised insuITeetionPraised insurrectionPraised
Praised the Troops TroopsIIi TroopsUll TroopsIIh
IIi Ull majesty who had lad been reading readinjhis readinghis readinihis
his speech po ch in a cold monotonous tone tomuntil toneunUl toneuntil
until this point pol t adopted a warm elo eloquent eloquent doquent
quent manner ma er In speaking of th thbravery the thebraver thebravery
bravery braver and selfdenial t of the German Germantroops Germantroops Gezmastroops
troops and the members of the reich relchstag reichstag reichstag
stag who had listened silently hitherto hithertoreturned hlthortoretuIned hithertoreturned
returned a vigorous Bravo as the theemperor theemperor
emperor announced further legislation legislationfor n ntOI
for railway buiding in the coionieand colonies coloniesand
and transformw the colonial bureautnto bureau bureauInto bureauInto
Into a separate ministry Upon the theconclusion thecouclu theconclusion
couclu conclusion on of O the spvoch sJ > h Chancellor Chancellorvon hmi iangehlorvon elior eliorvon
von Buolow announced annunc d > the formal formalopening tdrmalopening fdrmalopening
opening of the reichstag and Count von vonLeechenfeld vonLeochenfeld on onLeoohenfeJd
Leechenfeld a Bavarian member of the thebundesrath thebund thcbundesrath
bund bundesrath rHth called for three hochs hochsthe hochsthe hocbsc
c the emperor which were given ivon vig vigorously YISorou vigorously ¬
orously orouslyThe orou orouslyThe b bThe
The empress sat in the gallery with withseveral withseveral ith
several princesses during the cero ceremony cerolnon cci e eInony ¬
mony lnon
PHOTOGRAPHERS PHOTOGRAPHERSCome PH T G APH ERS ERSCpme
Come and see a professional handle handleValox handlovtoxpers handleVelex
Valox vtoxpers papers at C R Savages 12 and
14 Main alft street on Wednesday Vednetldll from fromto fromto 3 3to
to S p p m mTHE mTHEbEATH
fa faTHE
THE THEbEATH DEATH RECORD RECORDAdam RECORDAdam
Adam W Johnson Johnsonw JohnsonNaw JohnsonNw
Naw w York Nov O 2S 2SAdam Adam Ad m W Yo Jolmsoiof Johnaonor Jolmsoi
of Washington former United nltoo States ates mar marshal mkJhal zfl11 zfl11shah
shah hal at Nome Alaska AI i8ka < died here today li liR n u ua
R sanitarium following an operation Mr MrJohnson MrJohnson II IIJobnaon
Johnson WitS a prominent figure in aTTf aTTfletio a aletic zit7ileUc
letio circles in Washington and a mem member member momher ¬
ber ef several clubs there thereJames thereJames thereJames
James B Oliver OliverFittstMirg OliverPittsbttrg OliverPittsburg
FittstMirg Nov 2SJames B Oliver OHvarpresident OU Oliverpresident r rprHJdeal
president of the Oliver Iron Steal com cornIaU7 company comINtny ¬
pany dt died d tpnlght after a four days Ill Illness IUtte811 Illfleas ¬
ness from pneumonia pnQUmo la aged 61 years yearsT yearsT yearsT
T J Sargeant SargeantMontreal SargeantMontreal
Montreal Mont aJ Nov o 28 281 T J J Sargeant a di director director director
rector of the Grand Trunk company and andformerly andfornwrl andformerly
formerly general manager of the road roaddied roaddied roaddied
died in London today toda aged SO years yearsFARMERS yearsFARM
011 011FARMERS
FARMERS FARM ERS MA MAKECONTRACTS MAKECONTRACTSSevier MAKE KE CONTRACTS CONTRACTSSevier
Sevier County Growers to Plant Plant22OO PlaQt
2200 Acres of Beets BeetsMonroe BeetsrOftroe BeetsMonroe
Monroe Nov ov 36 STwo Two thousand two twohundred t twohvth i ihvn4
hundred hvn4 rftl acres of beets b have been con contracted oo oolraeted colt colttracted ¬
tracted by the Sevier county county farmers f tel telthe ferthe r rthe
the next season ea on The magnificent Jtl dtleeut ato storm stormof atoat m mat
at the past week has ha made the prospects prospectslair pro prospectsfair peetstadI
lair for a good crop Most I08t of the farmers farmersare
are objecting vigorously 1S0r0u to the unfriendly unfriendlyattitude untrtendlattitude unfriendlyattitude
attitude one of our lo lOiQI al papers pu rs has taken takentoward talentoward takentoward
toward the sugar beet Industry in trying tryingto
to create an unfriendly unfri ndl dfaipoaUion among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the tarm18 armors toward the Sugar Si nr company companyThe c companyrbe ml > i Y Y1be
The farmers tarJD are willing andglad aut Iad to grow growif growthe growthe
the beet > and would be very glaI l indeed IndtedIt
if this knocker would turn its talent talenttoward talenttoward talenttWUd
toward boasting th the best t industry everstarted ever everstarted eyerstarted
started in our county countyIt count countIt
It is reported < I that an eastern ea company companyproposes compaupropo8M companyproposes
proposes to build a l sugar factory factor in Se Sevier Stiior S SlicE ¬
licE ior county count and that even ev n now beet con contracts conlraets eontrata ¬
tracts are being solicited from our farm farmera farmels rm
era eraThe The electric power plant proposition on onthe onthe n nthe
the Jeriche point now seem a sure so soThe O OThe
The only thing now in the th way is the thedisinclination Lt LtdlsiMUnaUoa Uledinluehination
disinclination of the canal companies to toallow toallow toallow
allow their water ater to be diverted and run rnnthrough runtbroUlb runthrough
through the power house c This Thi questionwill question questionwill questionwUl
will no doubt be e settled in the next Jte t few fewdays fevdaJ fewdays
days daysJumes daJJWlltS daysJ1mea
Jumes Robertson Itob uou has sold his store toreOItb Ca CaNorth B BNorth
North OItb Main street 1Jtft et to Chris Hansea of ofKlsinare orl ofislnore
Klsinare l blill4Xe Mr tr Robertson proposes to to1nto go goIntobusiness goInto
Into Intobusiness bu business lnetltl fn Salt lAke City CityIt Cityt
It t hi w expected that work on our water waterwnrks waterworLI waterWrk5
wnrks will be commenced within the next nextfew R nextfew xt xtfew
few dK dKOrson d dat datOrson i iOrson
Orson Ma Mogieby ieby leaves today for a mla mtaaton mla8Ion m milon
aton to Norway KorwavThe NorwayThe naY naYThe
The Live Oak mine has closed up shOP 8h041for shMifor shOPtor
for this moaoB OIIO About 990 feet of tunnel tunnelnati tun tunnelhas 1 1haH
haH been driven drlv drivM during the tJl past summerand summer al4mmurand ftlmr ftlmrand
and fall fallDEATH lnJLDEATH faiLDEATH
DEATH OF MRS WHITMORE WHITMOREEstimable WHITMOREEstimable WHITMOREEstimable
Estimable Woman Wo an of NephiExpires NephiExpiresSuddenly Nephi NephixpiresSuddenly Expirs ExpirsSudd
Suddenly Sudd nlY of Heart FailureNephi Failure FailureXepfci FaIurep
Xepfci p i Nov OV S Mrs 18 George M Whii Whiimore Wbitmore WhIksioredled
more sioredled died here this morning at t 9 ooloek ooloekifter 0010 0010alter ooIoifter
ifter an iLlness of twentytour hours from frompneumonia frompneumtmta frommeumanha
pneumonia She was taken sick yester yesterlay yestermy ef efda
da lay and t1d received re prompt medkmi mffil aitea aitealio aU aUUoa atteO4oL
Uoa lio U I1L l evening a trained nur nurse e was wasrcufrbt WPbrcunt w wrcugbt
rcufrbt down o trout alt L lAke H la we wevenuw trioe taoenIng
e venuw fftl and nil during the night Mrs Wbft Wbftior WlaftJuore Wbttilorsappeared
Juore ilorsappeared ior appeared appea better bf tt r Early in the mom momMl DlonIn ulol1flj
In Ml sbfc 1M took a turn for the th worse e and aitilinickly anduickly altJquick
quick uickly paused avav avavMrn awav1ft etwa etwaMrs
Mrs Wliitmorp WhUn rl was thr wife oi George GeorgeI GDQ Georgti
ti I 1 WhJtinore VhJtu1t > re cashier of th First Nifc NifcJonal N Ntitlnal tt ttinal
Jonal bank of f Nephi and daugbtorIn daughtorinuw
I uw at of Stat Senatjr Wliitmore Sn h WgS WgShe Wg15Ilk wp wpr
Ilk he r dtiigh iightrr r of M Mr 1 and Mr Mrs > i B I J Meiw Me MeVntr
Vntr 1 ne t3 Ie1 3le > VP wsa about 3w k years tnrs of otShe ag agihe a ai
She ihe i leaver leavesolle oh 0110 eon aged S years
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL PAULWILL PAULW1LL l lWlll <
WILL BUILD TO THE PACIFIC PACIFIC COAST COAST
New York YorkXev 2Cov ov 2S At > a special specI 1 meet meetIng meettng meetlag
lag of directors of the Chicago Milwauieee Milwau Milwaukee Mllwau1ee ¬
kee St Paul Railroad company the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors formally authorized the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building of the St Paul extension to the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast frora13varts fr from mtEvHrts Ivarts S D to Seat Seatoffloial Seattle Seattie
tie and Tacoma it t was specified In the theoUJoJal theofficial
official announcement that the work ot otconstruction ofconstruction otconstruction
construction is to bdgln forthwith It Is Isestimated Iseitimated isontimated
estimated that the cost will be about J8Q r hik
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It was announced at the close of the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting that as yet no plans had boon beend bacndetermined boondetermined
determined d termined on for financing tlu project projectThis projectThis projectThis
This matter in all probability will be o odded ot otfded dtopted
opted < upon at a meeting m etlnS of the executive executivecommittee executiveCGmmittee executivecommittee
committee to be hold tomorrow It Is Isunderstood isunderstood isunderstood
understood that an Issue of convertible convertiblebonds concrtib1ebonds convertiblebonds
bonds has been under consideration but butthat butthat butthat
that there is no likelihood of an increase increasein
in the roads capital stock about J25GQO t i000 OOO
000 00 of which is still unissued unissuedPreparations unissuedPreparations unissuedPreparations
Preparations already have been made madefor madefor madefor
for the incorporation of a new railway
SPAR60 WILL FILED FILEDInstruction FI FILEDInstruction ED I
Instruction Left to Incorporate Estate Es Estate Estate ¬
tate Which WhichAmounts Amounts to More MoreThan MOleThan MoreThan
Than 60000 60000A
A petition for letters of administration administrationfor a <
for the estate of ythe the late James H Spar Spargo SparSO Spargo
go was filed in the district court court yester yesterday Ytsterll yesterelay ¬
day ll by the widow Margaret argarct Spargo and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John N Spargo a son of the deceased deceasedThe de ea eased easedThe ed edThe
The estate consists con i ts of real estate valued valuedat vaiu ll llat
at 47190 and personal property includ including includIng ¬
ing the Spargo book and a d stationery store storeof storeof storeof
of a probable value due of 148431 148431The loIJSLiUThe i4iS4tiThe
The will of the deceased de was attached attachedto
to the application for administrative Ic idtern lec lectors Ictors ¬
tors and set fbrth that t at James H Spargo Spargodied Spargodied SparSedied
died in Philadelphia Nov 16 G 1905 1 Inc lnewill Incwill ne newill
will was dated April 4 1805 and decrees decreesthat decreesthat decreesthat
that the family residence 518 I8 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfittht I
fifth street uliall go to the widow to toused > Ls Lsused >
used as her abode during d trlng tho rest of her hernatural hernatural heritatural I
natural life together with jfaMMi oIkO IJi1 in cash cludlwhted caahwhicA cashwhiei
whicA is to be realized re llzed out of the estate estateand estateand estateand
and upon her death tho family famll residencein re residence I
I in 1 to revert to the estate and be divided dividedamong dlldoI dtvido dtvidoamong
among the children chll ren John N Margaret Margaretand htrgtlretand
I and Pamelo together with the residue residueof i iof
of the 5000 OOO all of which is to be shared sharedequally sharedequally
equally The remainder of the property propertygoes IHOllertgo propertygoes
goes go to the widow Wi QW and Children share hare and andshare andshare
share alike The desire is expressed etpr8t ed that thatthe thittth thtttthe I
the th estate e Late remain intact for a period periodtwenty 1erjod f ftwenty
twenty years from the time ot ttte death deathof deathof deathof
of Mr 11 Spargo for the reason r8 on that tha thainterest thaI theInterest I
I interest will be subserved sU fered thereby and In Inorder Inorder illorder
order that this may be accomplished le legally lesany hegaIly ¬
gaIly and most mo t advantageously it i jM di directed directed directed ¬
rected that the estate be incorporated incorporatedunder incorporateduuder incorporatedtinder
under the state of l ttah tah in the corporation corporationname
name of James II Spargo company companyand compan3and companyand
and that the life of the corporation shall shallbe IIl1allbc shallbe
be at least twenty years All of the es estate esi enlute ¬
tate is to be Included in the corporation corporationexcept COrorationccepl corporationexcept
i except the family residence residenceThe reideneelhte
The second of a series erle of condemnation condemnationsuits ondemnatioustIlts ndemnatiol1suits I
I suits brought by the Oregon Short Line LineRailroad LineRailroad LineRailroad
Railroad company Infionnectlon with ob obtaining obtaming ¬
taming a right of way wa for the Sand Ridge Ridgestreet Ridgecutoff Ridgecutoff
cutoff which extends from Thirtieth Thirtiethstre Thirtiethstreet
street stre L Ogden to a point near Syracuse Syracuseon
on the line of the Short Line was com commenced commfn cornmeneed ¬
menced mfn td < yesterday against Christian ChristianBouwhuis ChristianHouwhuis
Bouwhuis As there th058 the are several of these theseactions theseactions theseactions I
actions Judge Howell Ho ell decided to hold holdevening boldevenhu holdevening
evening sessions Ses ions of oLlte the court to complete completeThe completethem
them themrite themrite
rite 52000 2000 damage suit of the Ogden OgdenRapid OgdenRapid OgdenRapid
Rapid Transit company against William WilliamOlHsmann Wiliktnihesmalm mHIU mHIUGhtsmann
OlHsmann and a number of other city of officials oCI officials ¬
I ficials which resulted from from the tearing tearingup
up of the street railway truck across the theOgden theOHdcn theOgden
Ogden river bridge aahort a jjhort time prior to tothe totbe tothe
the recent municipal municll > al election came up in inthe inLhe Illthe
the Second district court yesterday yo terday on a ademurrer ademurrer ademurrer
demurrer entered < l by the defendant to the thecomplaint thecomplaint tImcomplaint
complaint which was overruled by 1 the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court after arguments had been be > n made ana anatwenty anatenty afl1twenty
twenty days were granted ranted f f1J fr the defend defendants defenanti defendants ¬
ants to answer tJ the c comolaint comDlalntThe eomhaintThe
1 The court appointed Archibald McPar McParland MeParland lcParI
I land Thomas A Whaten halen and A D Shurt Shurtllff ShurtJlff Shurtlift
lift as appraisers for the th estate c tate of the thelate LheIde thehate
late Thomas D Dee DeeIn DeeIn DeeIn
In the matter of the estate of QeorgoE QeorgoEMurphy OeoroEMurph OeorgoEMurphy
Murphy deceased Judge Howell appoint appointed ¬
ed as appraiseds R no L Davis Phillip PhillipSpear PhillipSpear PhtiitpSpear
Spear and Henry Henr Anderson AndersonHUNTSVILLE AndersonIHUNTSVlllAGAINST AndersonHUNTSVILLEAGNST
IHUNTSVlllAGAINST HUNTSVILLEAGNST HUNTSVILLE AGAINST DAM DAMFifty DAMFifty DAMFifty
Fifty Persons Meet and Decide on onConcerted onConcerted onConcerted
Concerted Action ActionAt
At Huntsville on Monday evening a ameeting ameetillg ameeting
meeting was held to protest against the thegranting thesrnUng thegranting
granting of the petition of the Utah UtahLight UtahLj UtahLgbt
Light Lj ht Railway company to change the theroadway theroadwK theroadway
roadway at the head of Ogden canyon canyonin canyonj
in connection with the proposed storage storagereservoir storagereservoir
I Ireservoir
reservoir to be built there thereThe thereThe
The meeting was attended by about aboutfifty aboutflft aboutfifty I
fifty flft people Ie and petitions were drawn drawnup
up to be circulated circ ul 11 te throughout the thecounty thecount thecounty
county against the granting of th the power powercompanys powercompany powercompanys
companys request A committee of four fourwas fourwas fourwas
was appointed to present pres < nt the tIteslpod signed pe petitions pctitions petitions ¬
titions to the count coun > commissioners A Adelegation Adelegation Adelegation
delegation was also formed to be pres present pre precnt preacut ¬
cut at the mas muss meeting which will be beheld beheld beheld
held In Ogden Saturday to voice the sen sentiments sentiments sentiments ¬
timents of the citizens cit ens of that common community cammunIt commonIty ¬
ity It It was the sense of the meeting that thatthe thattho thatthe
the power company meant business businessBarker businessIn
In a a statement Ia iseted ucd yesterday Joseph JosephBarlier JosephBarker
Barker who owns a fishery ffsher on the site siteof siteof siteof
of the proposed dam stated that the re reports feport yeporta ¬
ports sent out to the effect that the read residents readd restdents ¬
dents d nts of Huntsville and the Ogden val valley val1e vatIcy ¬
Icy 1e were favorable to the reservoir roa rvtiJr pro project projoet project ¬
ject were erroneous He says that if the thedam thedam thedani
dam Is built without a bedrock founda foundation foundation foundstion ¬
tion the situation for the people pe pleresldlng pleresldlngin residing residingin
in Ogden canyon as well as a large por portion portion pertion ¬
tion of Ogden city would be practically practicallythe
the same as s that of the t thepeople people of Johns Johnstown Jointstown 8 8tow ¬
town Pa a prior to the memorable flood floodIf floodTo I ITo
To the 1Ju uuspoutlent uuspoutlentIf po1l1ent po1l1entIf
If you are run tun down weak or sick sickif sickif sickif
if your our nerves are all unstrung and andyou nndyou andyou
you cannot Sleep if you ou are losing losingweight losingweight losinZweight
weight andyouareagfngprematurely andyouareagfngprematurelyPalmo and y tttue aIngprematurely aIngprematurelyIalmo
Palmo Tablets will cure you OU or they theycost theycost theycost
cost you nothing Dont you 0 want ont to tolook tol tolook
look l ok and feel younger 50 cents centsBook centsBook centsBook
Book Free Fr e Address The S R Foil FoilCo FeUCo FellCo
Co Cleveland O 0Forsale OFor OFor
For Forsale sale by F J Hill Drug Drn Co CoFOR CofOIR CoFOR
FOR RENTDesk RENT IRENTDesk RIENTCDek
Desk room beat ioca iocation Iocatori = i
tion h la citylllerald city Inquire InquireHerald I IlHfera1d
Herald IBrancb Br nch 2484 2484WasliSngtoas 2484Washingt
Washingt Avenae AvenaeOgden Av ven rnie rnieOgden e egden
Ogden j
company from fromEar1s Evans which however howeverwill hpweerw111 hOweverwill
will be entirely financed by b the St Paul PaulWliile PaulWhIle PauiWhile
I WhIle all details of the route have not notbeen Jiatbeen Qt Qtbeen
been decided on the line will run toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the RocKy mountains west by b north of ofwest orwest ofwest
west to Butte Thence it will be ex extended Cttended extended ¬
tended westerly crossing theBltter Root Bootmountains Rootmountains ROOtmountains
mountains through Lolo Lob pass and ulti ultimately ultlnmtely ultiniately ¬
mately connecting with Walluja Wash Washthe Washthe as11 as11the
the terminus of the recently recentJ Incorporated IncorporatedPacific fncorporatedPacific IncorporatedPacific
Pacific railroad which runs to that point pointfrom pointfrom pointfrom
from Seattle The St Paul will also seek seekan seekan Seekan
an outlet at Tacoma and will touch Heleon Hel Helconstruction ITelcnn
eon Spokane and Portland The work of ofI ofI
I construction will be begun simultaneously simultaneouslyEvarts simultaneouslyat
I 1 at Seattle 011 the Pacific road and at atEvarts atEvarts
Evarts The line further south which is isin isin isin
in tho course of construction from Cham Chamberlain Chamberlain Chamberlain ¬
berlain S D 1 to Rapid City in the Blade BladeHills Bll1ctcH1lI9 BlackHills
Hills a 200milo project will also be beconnected beconnected beconnected
connected at the northwest extension extensionbranch extenfjlonbranch extenlonbranch
branch line It Is probable that branch branchlines brapchHnes brapphlines
lines will extend to the Coeur dAlene dAlenecountry d dAlnecountry Al ne necountry
country east of Spokane for the mining miningand mhilngand minIngand
and timber tlmb < r business of that ectlon i
NINETEEN VESSELS WRECKED IN INTERRIFIC INTERRLFIC
TERRIFIC STORM ON THE LAKES I I
Chicago XO Nov 23 Reports received up upto upto upto
to midnight last night show that nine nineteen ninetoon nineteen ¬
teen vessels were wracked In the storm stormwhich atormwhich stormwhich
which swept over the great lakes Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Mondaynight
night and yesterday y orda One life is known knownto
to have b been n lost and it is feared eight eightothers eightothers eightothers
others have perished as a result of the thestorm thetitorm tilestorm
storm Six vessels are reiwrtcd missing missingThe mi mineingThe lng lngThe
The following IB Hat ot the vessels vesselswrecked vesselswrecked vesselswrecked
wrecked and missing missingWrecked 1UismnWrecked Isrtng IsrtngWrecked <
Wrecked WreckedCrescent WreckedCrcacent WreckedCrescent
Crescent City steel steamer wrecked wreckednear wreckedlIOU wreckednear
near Duluth DuluthMatsafa DuluthMstitaft j
Mataafft steel steamer driven ashore ashoreat ash oro oroat
at Duluth DuluthR
R W V England steel steamer wrecked wreckednear wreckednear wreckedussr
near Duluth DuluthKosemount DuluthHoaemount Duluthitenemount
Kosemount Canadian steamer stea m 01 ashorenear ashore ashorenear ashorenear
near Fort William OntIsaac Ont OntosaRC Ontisaac
Isaac saRC L Blwood ateel steamer dte dlsablca disabled j jablcd
ablcd in Duluth harbor harborJ
J H Nuthwalt steamer te mor ashore and andburntxl andburned mdburMd
burned near SliPboygan She > ooYIDln Mich MichCity MichCity nehCit
City Cit of Holland passenger lWlS8 er steamerstranded steamer steamerstranded atetmersiranded
stranded at Rogers Clt City Mich MichD 1ichD
D 1 C Whitney rhltne steamed ashore near nearPort nearPort nearPort
Port Washington Wis
J M Slaudius schooner ashore naar naarPort nlArPort nrPort
Port Huron Mich MicliMary l1ch l1chIaly i iMary
Mary Mitchell schooner stranded near nearSheboygan nearSheboygnn nearSheboygan
Sheboygan Mich MichHarvey UiehHane MichHarvey
Harvey Hane Bissell schooner broken up at atAlpeno atAlpena atAlpena
Alpena AlpenoK
AlpenaA K F A OeorBrer schooner dlsmanted on onLako onLalco onLake
Lake Michigan towed to Sheboygan SheboyganMich Slebo SimboyganMich nn nnMI
Mich MichOiivoMowatt MI MichOlive ch chOlivo
OiivoMowatt Olive Iwatt ashore in Luke Lal o Ontario OntarioJim OntarioJim OntarioJim
Jim Sheriff steamer dismasted dil J astQd on onLake 011Lake onLake
Lake Huron HuronVienland HuronVienland HuronYlenland
Vienland schooner waterloosed wat6rlo at Al Alpoiia Alpens Alpenn
pens poiiaUnknown
Unknown vessel reported ashore at atPiescjue a aPleSque atPresque
Piescjue Isle Lake Huron HuronCharles HuronCharles HuronCharles
Charles M Warner steamer ashoro at atNinemile atNinemile atNinemile
Ninemile Point near Sheboygan Sheboy an Mich MichSteamer lli lliStoamor MIPhSteamer
Steamer Mariposa ashore at Split Rock RockScow RockScow RockScow
Scow George Herbert sunk off Two Tvfoislands TwoIslands Tnolsland
islands Lako SuperiorReported Superior SuperiorReported SuperiorReported
Reported Missing MissingAjigeline MissingAJIgellne MissingAligeline
Ajigeline steel steamer Lake Superior SuperiorPanther SUriorPanther SuperiorPanther
Panther steamer steam r Lake Erie ErieJamas ErieJames ErieJames
James Mowatt schooner Lake Huron HuronE n nE
E Judd schooner Lake Huron Huronrol1eJ8n HuronMohiegan j
Mohefjan steamer Lake Huron HuronAlcona HuronAkona HuronAleona
Alcona steamer and barges Green Bay
OGDEN NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington AvenueOgden Avenue AvenueOgden
Ogden Wednesday Nov 29
0 a
SAWSER SA WSER KEEPS UP FIGHT FIGHTGovernor FIGHTGovernor FIGHTGovernor
Governor Refuses to Withdraw Ex Extradition Ex1Rdition Extradition ¬
tradition and Habeas Corpus CorpusProceeding CorpusProceeding CorpusProceeding
Proceeding Is Begun BegunThe
The P U Sawser case occupied the thecenter tlecenter thecenter
center of the stage in Ogden Ogd U again yes yesterday ye yeterda yesterday ¬
terday terda It was thought Lhou ht that tim secur securing liecurjog securlug ¬
jog of extradition papers by Sheriff SherlttSwee SherlttSweene Swee Sweeney ¬
ney ne of Eureka county coun Nevada would wouldsettle Wfmldsettle wouldsettle
settle the case as far as Utah was wa con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned Yesterday morning however At Attorneys Attornes Attorneys ¬
torneys Maginnis Davis and De Vine appeared ap appeared I1Jpoorod ¬
peared in the district court with an ap application application apphication ¬
plication for a writ of habeas corpus corpuswhich corpuswhich corpuswhich
which was granted by the th court ana anamade anamlHl anUlnade
made < returnable Friday < ridu morning at 10 10oclock 10oclock JOoclock
oclock The petition alleges that Sheriff SheriffJ herifr herifrJ
J W T Bailey and John Doa Sweenerwere Sweeney Sweeneywere Sweeneywere
were unlawfully holding and detaining the thebody thebOdy thebody
body of P B Sawser and asking for a ahearing ahearing ahearing
hearing The further grounds groun s set forth forthwere forthwere forthwere
were that Sawsor Saw was never given a ahearing ahearing ahearing
hearing before < the themu th municipal lciJat court to an answer answel answer ¬
swer the charges alleged alle ed in the complaint complaintand cornplaintand
and that Sweeney was attempting to re remove removc yemove ¬
move him from the state on a warrant warrantissued warrout188uel1 warrantIssued
issued by b Governor Cutler alto aIo that thatSawser HUltSawset thatSawser
Sawser never had an opportunity of pre presenting prtStilting proseifling ¬
Stilting his case to the governor governorWhen governorhen governorWhen
When hen tho case is called on th the habeas habeascorpus habeascorpus habeasCOrptls
corpus proceedings it is stated that tbuattorneys the tblSaltornos theattorneys
attorneys for the prisoner wl attack the thelegality thetgft1Uy thelegahiy
legality of the warrant under n 1er < which wl eh 9n 9nsor T
sor is 18111ld 18111ldDMlpite hold holdDespite hIdDepite
Despite vigorous efforts of f hiS attorneys attorneysSYvvser attorHBSSawser attorneysSawser
Sawser who Is held by b request of the theNevada thepvada theNevada
Nevada authorities who charge hi mwith mwiththo IPwJthth
tho th embezzlement of a half barrel of ofwhisky orwhlsli ofwhisky
whisky whlsli valued 1 at 08 may have to re return re return return ¬
turn to Nevada to answer the tile charge chargeGovernor chargeGo chargeGoelnor
Governor Go ernor Cutler granted a requisition requisitionfor
for Sawser Monday evening and forward forwarded ¬
ed the papers to the Nevada sheriff who whocame whQcame whocame
came for the prisoner Yesterday morn mornings mornings morntogs ¬
ings mail brought to the th governor a let letter letter leticr ¬
ter from Attorney J H DeVine of Og Ogden Ogdpn Oslen
den who said he and Judge W V L Ma Maginnisfi Maglnnisa a alnnl58
ginnisfi lnnl58 of Ogden would like to he heard heardin hearin
in the matter beforo the papers were is issued 18sued isigued ¬
sued and expressed a belief that they theycould theycould theycould
could convince the governor that the man manshould manslould
should not bo extradited extraditedFollowing extradited10110lng extraditedFollowing r
Following the th receipt of Mr DeVInes DeVIneslotter DeYhHspuer DeViiuisletter
letter puer his law la partner J C Davis ot otOgden otOg orOgden
Ogden Og en accompanied by b Mrs lrs Sawser Sawsermade Sawsermade Sawsermade
made a personal call upon Governor Cut Cutler Cutlea Cuther ¬
lea and Attorney General M A Breuden Breudento
to further urge Sawsers claims They Theyhad rheyhad Theyhad
had a Ions talk with the state officials officialsbut otftclalahut officialsbut I
but at its conclusion Governor Cutler Cutlerpaid Cutleruhl Cutlersaid
paid uhl he did not believ he would be juati juatifUd justifled
fled in attempting to recall the papers papersThe pt11e pt11erhe papersrho
The papers had been presented in proper properform lrOperfotm properform
form and had boon issued without objee objection objeetion objeettoii ¬
tion he explained and although he hewould hewould hewould
would have heed glatl gla ljIml to listen to the theattorneys thoattorne38 theattorneys
attorneys had their notices come to him himin himIn himIn
in time he said he preferred < l not to act actin actIn actiii
in the matter under the circumstances circumstancesSTRUCK circumstancesSTRUCK circumstancesSTRUCK
STRUCK DAUGHTER IN FACE FACEJohn FACEJohn FACEJohn
John Gacht of Wilson Arrested ArrestedCharged ArrcstedCharged ArrestedCharged
Charged With BatteryJohn Battery BatteryJohn BatteryJohn
John Gacht a foreigner was arrested arrestedyesterday arrestedyesterday rrested2jterday
yesterday afternoon upon a charge of as assault assault assault ¬
sault and battery It ia 11 alleged that thatGwcht thatG thatGaclit
Gwcht G cht without cause on last Sundayafter Sunday Sundayafter Sundayaftor
after returning to his home in Wilson Wilsonward Wilsonward Vllsonward
ward struck his 18yearold daughter In Inthe luthe inthe
the face knocking her down Gacht ad admits admits admits ¬
mits striking the girl but believes that thathe thathe thathe
he had a right to do so won on account of ofher ofher f fher
her having disobeyed hint hintPrimaries hintPrimaries hintPrImaries
Primaries Tonight TonightThe
The school primaries that ware to be beheld beheld
held at Pleasant View on Monday Monda night nightwere nightwere nightwere
were postpone until this evening on ac account iLCcount ¬
count of the nowstorm of Monday night nightPrimaries nlgl nightIrimaries L LPrimnries
Primaries will also be held tonight in inNorth InNorth inNorth
North Ogden At each of these primaries primariesdelegates primariesdelegates
delegates del 1te will be elected to attend the thedistrict tliedistrict thedistrict
district Hchool convention which will willheld 00 00held hoheld
held at North Ogden Dec 2 2Ogden 2Ogden 2Ogden
Ogden Briefs BriefsA
A baby bab girl was born to Mrs Oscar OscarB OsoorB
B Madsen Inds n wife of County Commissioner CommissionerMadsen CommissionerMadsen Commls ioner ionerMadsen
Madsen last evening eveningMale eeningMnle eveningMale
Male twins were born Sunday last t to toMr toMr toMr
Mr and Mrs 11 M 1 G Healy One of them thamdied thmdied themdied
died on the same evening evenin and the other otheryesterday otheresterdny etheryesterday
yesterday noon The double funeral wUl wUlbe wUlbe wdlbe
be held from the Richoy Riche undertaking ul1d taldn par parlors parlors parlots ¬
lors at 10 oclock this morning morningJohn mornlnJohn mornlntJohn
John Haffell was cited to appear in the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court yesterday by h Judge J A AHowell AHowell AIlowell
Howell for contempt having failed to topay topay tOpay
pay alimony to his wife wno wio is suing suh8ghim suinghim sulnShim
him for divorce as ordered by tIle court courtHe courtlIe courtlie
lIe Is to have a hearing this morning morningWilliam morningWftUiam morningWililiam
William Louis Rector son of Mr r and andMrs RndIrs nd ndrs
Mrs Irs rs John H Rector died at the fam family fam1I tamIly ¬
ily 1I residence resl ence S50 Twelfth street at 2 2oclock IO IOoclock 5Ooclock
oclock yesterday afternoon from dropsyHe dropsy dropsyHe dropsyH
He H was 3d years ea1 old He w wa well ell known knownin
in Ogden He had been ii several months monthsFuneral monthsFuneral monthsFuneral
Funeral services will be held tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon afternoonThelma afternoonfhelma afternoonthelma
Thelma Velate elate Farley Far1e i the 1yearold 1yearolddaughter ayearodlaughter yearoidilaughiter
daughter of Mr r and an Mrs Leroy Farley Farleydied 11rleydied Furleydied
died nt 830 S oclock last evening at tnf tnffamily tne tnefamilY thOfamily
family residence rcsl ence 85C Twentysecond stre street streetfrom streetfront t tfrom
from a complication of diseases from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which she had suffered for pie the past ten tenweeks tenweeks tenweeks
weeks She was a grandchild grnn chllt1 of the lateMrs late lateMrs late1rs
Mrs Hannah Oaborne who was burled burledMondar buriedIomla burledMondar
Mondar Iomla afternoon afternoonEdward afternoonEdward
Edward Hanson aged IS was oommU oommUted commUted eornmttted
ted to the state industrial school yester yesterday yesterlay QSter QSterda ¬
da day bv Judge Patton of the juvenile court courtHansen OOUItHan courtilunain
Han Hansen n admitted that he had beaten bon ten his binwidowed hiswidowed hiswi
widowed wi oww mothor a number of times with witna withbroomstick
a broomstick Hansen lives on Grant ave avenue 16nue AVenue ¬
nue between Ninth and Tenth streets streetsFor street8For streetsFor
For some time past the probation offi officer officer otflcar ¬
cer has had trouble with the youth out wh whiIt whIt whIt
It is i said instead ins tend of being ahelp a help to his hismother 11 11InoOler hismother
mother has been n burden burdenHALF butdnHALF burdtnHALF
HALF RATES FOR FORTHANKSGIVING FORTHANKSGIVING FORTHANKSGIVING
THANKSGIVING DAY DAYTickets DAYrlek8t5 DAYTicimts
Tickets rlek8t5 on on sale Nov 2930 naMt4V naMt4Vany b9 IV IVnu
any nu two points on the the D It RiG 0 nit ItyUtah nitUtnb Th Th1tab
Utah Gtodt0murnT Gondtol turntec > ec 4 to 1 Call on onagents onagents onIgents
agents for l particulars
GORGE GORGEMARKETS GORGEMARKETSWITH MARKETS MARKETSWITH MARKTSWITH
WITH DELICACIES DELICACIESTurkeys
Turkeys Cranberries Cran emes and Vegetables Vegetableson Vegeta les leson
on Sale in Profusion ProfusionPREPARED Pro ProfusionPREPARED usiolL usiolLPREPARED
PREPARED FOR THE RUSH RUSHDEALERS RUS RUSDEALERS RUSHDEALERS
DEALERS DEALERS FIND IND NO TROUBLE IN INSUPPLYING INSUPPLYING INSUPPLYING
SUPPLYING DEMANDS DEMANDSWhich DEMANDSYbluh DEMANDSWhich
t
Which do you prefer pretcrdnrk dark meat or orwhite orwhite orwhite
white Lots of cranberry sauceJlany sauceMany sauce sauce3Iany
Many a hostess will 1Il ask this Question Questionover Q questionover t101t t101tov
over ov r a table loaded with good things thingsThursday thlnsafhurdn thingsThursday
Thursday Turkeys will steam in man mansion U8nsi manCiO ¬
sion si CiO n and hovel alike There will be sweetPotatoes sweet sweetpotatoes sweetpotatoes
potatoes and oysters and celery an4r an4rwell an anwell andwell <
well all the fUl fttlrJns ns that come between betweensoup betV6Psoup betweensoup
soup and andcandles candies Never beforo has there therebean
been a greater display of delicacies for forthe tOlthe forthe
the Thanksgiving feast Woman In furs fursand tursand fursand
and women In shawls can be seen side sides sideside
s y side in the stores making purchase purchasestxtra purchaseExtra
ttra Extra clerks have been added adt l in many manystores mapy mapystores
stores to handle the unusual business businessi s
i Delivery > livery wagons are busy from morning morningtil
til tm night carrying loads of edibles to tohomes tohomes I
homes all over the city
This is one of the Dusiest Thanksgiv Thanksgiving ¬
ing seasons we have ever had said one onedealer ou onedealer
dealer whose store vsa wag ns filled with peo peopty peoPitt i
pty awaiting their turn However we weana weaz
ana a az well prepared for the rush For or sev several Sf Sfertd eecml ¬ I
eral days wo have < been beenrecehing receiving large largeshipments largeahlpmeuts large8hlpments
shipments of seasonable delicacies delicaciesUtah delicaciesUtah elicaciesUtah
Utah turkeys turke s are more plentiful pl ntlful this thisyear thisyear i
year ear and equal the eastern raised birds birdsmid blr blrVild birdWild
mid and tame geese and ducks are sli shwti shwtiin > > w a aIn 11In
In good S Qod quantities The demand for tlu tluis thiIs >
is almost as groat as that for turkeyr turkeyrDespite tl1rke tl1rkeDespite turkeyiDespite
Despite a shortage of the crops in NwJersey NVw NVwJersey N lW lWJerse
Jersey Jerse cranberries are not scarce ii iitnopgh I Itimopgh I
tnopgh a trifle higher In price than usual usualThe usuaLThe I
The fish markets are stocked with all allvarieties tlli iii iiiVarieties
varieties as are the vegetable andfruit andfruitmarkets anti fruit fruitmlrt fruitmarkets
markets marketsCelery mlrt marketsCelery ts tsCeler
Celery Celer is shown In unlimited riuantities quanti quantities cuantltJes ¬
ties The stock is the finest displayed displayedthis lisplayetthis displayetthis <
this fall the bunches are large and solid solidWax twlidVax soli1Wax
Wax and string beans tomatoes and let lettuce lettuce lettume ¬
tuce are shown in the vegetable lines linesThese lIn lInThese linesThese
These are fresh from California and al almost almOBt almost ¬
most as tempting as if just picked fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the garden The following list will aid aidthe IlldUse aidthe
the housewife in making her selections selectionsRetail selectionsRetail
Retail Quotations QuotationsYesterdays QuotationsYestenlays QuotationsYesterdays
Yesterdays Yestenlays retail quotations quotationsPoultry quotationsPou1tr quotationsPoultryDucks
Poultry PoultryDucks Ducks teal 40 cents per pair pairmedium pairmedium
medium sized ducks flp t cents per pair pairmallards palln1llIJards pairmallards
mallards 75 cents per pair hens 15 cents centsper cen centspar 1 1per I
per pound spring chickens 17j 1l cents per perpound perpound perpound
pound turkeys turko s 22 2 cents per pound poundDairy poundDairy
Dairy Products ProductsDutter Butter creamery 85 I
and cents per pound eggs 35 and w wcents 40cents
cents per dozen cheese Utah cream U Ucents 0 0cents A Acents
cents per pound eastern easlt rn 25 cents pet pei1pound pelpound petpound
pound Limburger 25 cents per pound im imported unported lalported ¬
ported Swiss 40 cents pen pound honey honeycomb honeycomb honeycomb
comb 15 cents per box straight 23 i3 cents centsper eentsper centsper
per pint pintVegetables 111ntYeget11ble itintVegetnblesTuinips
Vegetables VegetnblesTuinips Turnips four bunches fo tJIii <
10 11 cants beets same radishes two twobunches twotnnwhes twobubehes
bunches for 5 cents onions two latches buchesfor Intche8for latchesfor
for 6 cents dry dr 5 cent per pound beans
10 cents per perpound pound potatoes Iotat 2ti u cents pr prpeek preck prpeck
peek eck > sweet 5 cents CeI1 per pound gg gsplant ggplant ggplant
plant 15 15cents cents c nts each tomatoes M cents centsper cntsper elutMner
per pound celery 3 and 10 cents pr prbunch plrbunch ptrbunch
bunch Brussel sproute liQ 0 cents pe pepound l1er l1erpound 1erpound
pound lettuce 2 for 15 cents parsley parslecents parsleycents 5 5cents
cents per bunch cauliflower 2 pounds poundsfor pourfttor pourdsfor
for a5 f cents sage tMivory vor thyme 5 cents centsper centsper
per bunch bunchFruits bunchFrultsPlneapplos bunchFruitsPineapples I
Fruits FrultsPlneapplos Pineapples 25 2 cents e each ch lem lemons lemons hemens ¬
ons plentiful 25 cents per do dosen en or oranges orangea oranges ¬
anges same apples 5 cents per pound poundgrapes poundgral8g poundgrapes
grapes California 60 to 75 cents per perbasket perbaskot perbasket
basket persimmons 20 0 cents per pound poundcoconnuts poundcQeonnutR poundcqcoanuts
coconnuts 10 cents each eachFish eachJifshSaIt eachFisiiSalt
Fish JifshSaIt Salt codfish co fish 20 0 cents < l ler er > > er pound poundmackerel poundma3terel t tmadeerel
mackerel 10 to 40 cents each Holland Hollandherring HollI1J Hollandherring 1 1herrIng
herring 5 5centJ cents each kits 135 each oachsalmon eachSltifllQH achsnlmQl1
salmon l 17 I7j < te cents per pound striped l bass I IM bassni
30 cents ceu ts per pound whitefish 36 cents centsper cen Cattlaper 8 8POl
per jicaind J Qund perch pel ch 12 212 Il o cenU per pound poundprawns poundIIanR poundIcaWlts
prawns 40 cents per pound smoked sal salmon MIrnon nlmoo ¬
mon 20 cents per pound California Californiacrabs CKJlforniacrAbs Californiacrabs
crabs 25 to 20 0 t cents each gtriigeou 15 15cents 1cents Bcents
cents per perpounl pound black l bass > ass 00 9 cents per perpound pelpound petpound
pound oysters o stelH GO X cents per quart New NewYorlc Ne NewToihcooU < w wY
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JIili lH > luls 80 cents nUi per dozen V n smoked loked hali halibuvio huthbufO
buvio bu1 bufO cents pet pe pound kippered 30 cents centsper centsper centsper
per pound cattish 15 cents per pound poundsmelt poundsm1t poundsmelt
smelt 15 Ucents Cents per pound shrimps 2 2cents 5t 5tcelItSJer
cents celItSJer per uart flounders and soles two twofor twofor twofor I
for 23 cents sea a bass 15 cents per pound poundlobsters pounlllobsters poundlobsters
lobsters 20 cents per pound pike pick pickerel lllckertI hickerel ¬
erel red snapper 20 10 cents per pound poundMince poundItncc poundMince
Mince meat 15 5 cents per pound sauer saucrkraut sauerkraut sauerkraut
kraut 4 pounds for 25 cents pop cornxi cornxipounds cornAJounds corn4vounds
pounds Jounds for for2 25 i cents centsIf centsIf
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Columbus 0 Nov No 2 t8B 2SBy By a decision decisionof I Iof
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of the supreme court today Mayor Tom Tomti TornrJ
ti Tohnson of Cleveland wins a victory victoryin yictorIn
in his lightfor light for 3cent fares On one oneground ouewound onegiouiid
ground or another all the other fran franchise franchise ran ranchise ¬
chise ordinances passed 1 S cd by the t le Mere Clevelandjjlty Clf Clflana Merelandptty
landjjlty lana city council proposing 3cent 3 cent fares fareshave falpfhav ares aresilave
have been set aside by b the courts in lit litigation litIgatlon ¬
igation inspired by tho opposition com companies compunles cornpanies litI ¬
panies paniesThe punlesThe paniesIlio
The court today todn reversed the judg judgment judgment judgintuit ¬
ment of the circuit court of Cuyahoga Cuyahogacounty Cu Cuyahogacounty aho a acount
county count in the case of the Forest City CityRailway CityHallway CityRailway
Railway company and an E A Greene Vs VsW tsv s sV
W V J J Day and dismissed the petition petitionof
of the plaintiff below This is final finalThe finalThe finalThe
The franchise given in Dennison ave avenue avenue ayeflue ¬
nue to die the Forest City Cft Railroad com company company cornpany ¬
pany and Greene provides for 3cent 3centfaros 3ceutfaros 3centfares
faros Day Da property a a proert owner presum presumably presumab prestonably ¬
ably ab in the interest Inlei st of the oi opposition o1Posillon o1Posilloncompanies oppositioncompanies positloncompanies
companies enjoined the company from fromacting fromacting fromacting
acting under it on the ground that it itwas itwas itwas
was not legally granted grantedPetermans gnl11tedn gnl11tedPetermans grantedPelermans
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house > of large or small roaches r ahes is to touse touse touse
use the contents of a box of Petertitans Peter Petermans PflCrmans
mans Roach Food at one time Shake Shakeit
it on joints so some of It will il1 penetrate penetrateand penetrateand penetrateand
and remain to keep the premises con continuously continuOUilly continuoualy ¬
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itis It Is the most destructive remedy lemed on onthis onthis onthis
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if brushed on beds bedswhen bedswhen bedswhen
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not rust or 01 harm furniture or orboddtng bedding beddingOdor1es
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ACCIDENT ON DESERT DESERTCompanions DESERTCompanions DESERTCompanions
Companions Had to Abandon Man to toSeek toSeek toSeek
Seek Surgical Aid AidMoab Aidloah AidMoAb
Moab Nov o 2B 0Wfli Will Moore met with a aserious ase aseyious
serious se io accident on the t e desert about fit fifteen fftt fitteen ¬
teen t n miles wont of Court House station stationyesterday stationYeit stationyeatprtlay
yesterday Yeit rdBY Moore and S C Connell were wereriding wererIding wereriding
riding after ConueUs cattle when Moores Mooreshorse Mooreshorse Mooreshorse
horse fell breaking the mans leg legjqst legjqstaboe Just Justabove jpntbove
above bove the ankle Several S fral of the bones bonesprotruded bon bonesprotruded S Svrotrt
protruded vrotrt ded through the skin Connell left lefttiuuiit leftUvh leftLJt4i
tiuuiit Uvh i n iJic u ucer < s > r < ar ard < rodu to Court Courtlloutitt CourtHoutfU CourtHouse
House HoutfU whore lie telephoned for Dr DrYj DrYjIiams Vii Williams Viihiatus ¬
hiatus The he doctor and Crip Taylor fa lor left heftloire leftbore lefthart
bore about ab ut 10 oclock last l t night for the thescene thescene theaceTic
scene of the accident which is about aboutthirty nboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty miles from rant here They did net netexpect nettXpect netexpect
expect to reach Moor ebefore morning as astit ilStit aslice
tit lice rood is very rough roughIt roughIt
It is very probable that the Ie leg will willhave willha8 willhave
have to be amputated as the night nlghtJs a ex exposure exlOfmre oxpoinire ¬
posure will U1ltkeIY likely have h v a disastrous di a trous effect
on fractureSheriff I
Sheriff Somervllle received a a telephone telephonemessage telcpQoncm telepbouemessage
message m from C Jfl I Johnson of Green GreenRiver Greennlver GreenRiver I
River la last t night stating that he had lost losta lo losta < t ta
a gray horse and that a Mexican who had hadbeen hadboen Imadbeen
been working for Mm had left without withoutnotifying withoutnotit1ng witlloutnUfying
notifying anyone anoo of his departure The Thesheriff Thesleliff Thesheriff
sheriff pale Inquiry of the ferry f rr man manand manand nianand
and learned tnatithe that the Mexican M iCftrt bad crossed crossedthr crossedthe crossedthe
the river goingtowards xt going ng to towards rds Monticello Lieu twudays tUY Lieudys
days Y before lie ham the horse > e in n liUs liUstlOn 41U5Stisa ju a atlpn
tlpn with him SbmervlHe notified tho thosheriff thosheriff thesheriff
sheriff at Mouticello aud thinks the cut cull cutiwi ul ulKlt
l iwi rU will V h apprehended apprehendedTO apjirehendedTO
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TO RAISE REVENUE REVENUEProvo
Provo P ovo Council Entertains Ent rtains Bill Bill lIl to Li License LIcense License ¬
cense Corporate Companies CompaniesProvo CompaniesProo CompaniesProve
Provo Nov No 2S STLe Tue city council last lastewninj lastevnin lastevening
evening had ha under 1 orQoosideration consideration a bill billfor bll1for billor
for or an ordinance providing for charging chargingexpress cbarilngre chargingexpress
express re railroad telegraph telegrt ph tele telePhono telefOn tdhePhiolit
Phono fOn and electric ele ll Heht U ht companies a alicense aJie ahicen
license Jie hicen nse for conducting business in Prove ProveCity ProvoClt Provecity
City Clt The clmrglng ef it license JJcen fee feefor feeforcoflhluotiUg for forcumJuotin l lconducting
conducting u buaineutf o Of this nature l1uturelli l1uturellinow is isnow isnow
now in Utah ab and tIe tn outcome will bo bowatched buw isawatched
watched w tolted with wttl100ftstd considerable < ablo interest Inter L The Theopjpjoa Theoplplon TheOpinion
Opinion expressed QWr d bjr l members of th thcouhftjVvwS thus thllOu thuscouroJLw4e <
couhftjVvwS Ou Oflt i ntlc iplpfdpJI PC U Jla that t fot it would W U Id bo bojustT4 bujust busjust
justT4 just t to JrW itttu f9lw nfl araRsefee m l hae 86 fee from such such1eombafij iiuehcom sucheomup1ps
eombafij com e anu 1br WbnJTOrs i 18 of the c ciulomit ciulomittee lnmit lnmittee mmittee
tee soportw i top0rt satiarSpol ujvemWqjps n ifl es of it cities charg charging chargjuts oharging
ing esiMesa At 15 compaDieif a lie license nso fee ee also alsothat tiSOthat
that tie t > supreme sU1r m court of tim tb United
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Snowy Thanksgiving Linens LinensThat
That will be the pride of every good good housewife especially as they theyare theyare theyare
are to be sold at extremely low prices
Table Covers CoversThe
The boat 111 176 and 100 OO Fringed White WhiteLinen Wl WhkteLinen te teLinen
Linen Damask Table Cover fringed fringedall
all around full bleached b awl Nt soft fin finished finIshed ¬
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104 size value L71 JJW at a tck each
110 110124size
124 12 124size size value vaueus U at teach each j
139 159Napkins 139Nftpkins
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50 dozen Irish and German Damask DamaskNapkins DamaskNapkins
Napkins 22 inch and K 3 size all new newdesigns ne nedesigns newdesigns Ii IiNapkins
designs value alue SSM S 3N aa a aThanksgiving aThanksgiYlns aThanksgiving
Thanksgiving special per dee dOEI
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20 pieces Full Bleached Table Linen Linenyards IAeuyards
yards wide value L75 as a Thankgivinp Thanktgiin Thank fhanksgiving I
giving special iwr l er > yard ard
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Overcoats Winter Suits
600 to 5000 500 to toI 3500 3500Soft I II
Soft Hats and Derbies
Soft and Stiff Shirt Shirt50c
150 250 350 and and5O0
I 500 5 00 50c to 350 350Pancy 350Fallcy 350Fancy
Fancy Vests Neckwear Gloves Hosiery HosieryHAND
I HAND TAILORED EVENING DRESS AND TUXEDOSUITS TUXEDO TUXEDOSUITS TUXEDOSUITS
SUITS READY TO PUT ON ONONE ONJ ONI
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States had sustained the city of diaries Cilarleston diariescharged Ch rle rleton
ton S C lu a case where the city citycharged citycharged
charged the Postal Po tal Telegraph company OmpaDfJicen a alicense L Llicense
license Jicen 6 fee feeThe feeThe feeThe
The bill for an ordinance providing for forthe forthe forthe
the issuing issuin of 9l4SO waterworks and elec electric electric doetric ¬
tric light htghmtonds bonds bonds sold to N W V Harris HarrisCo HalrlsCo HarrisCo
Co came ame up on its second reading The Thequestion Theou Thequestion
question ou Lion of t U thp obligation of Ute city to todistribute todistribute todistribute
distribute over its wires electric current currentfor currentfor currentfor
for the Telluride company for light and andpower a apdiQVOr d d9WCl
power If thf city tirchases > > the distribu distributionplant distribution dlstributtorr ¬
tionplant tion plantotthe plant of the electric company com pan under underthe underthe underthe
the option given en by lJ the th company cams camttup camtfup camsup
up for discussion in connection with tim thabond thobond timbond
bond bill and 1 d the matter of securing securingmore Curlnmore securingmore
more definite information in regard to tojust tojl18t tojust
just what the city cit would ould baveto nave to do etc etcWHS etcWas acwits
Was referred to the committee on judi judiciary judiciar judidavy ¬
davy the committee on electric light the themayor tbemayor theimsyor
mayor and the city attorney to report at atthe atthe attime
the next ne t meeting Ponding P ndinca a eport from fromtlis fromthis fromthis
this committee the bond bill was as laid laidover laidover laidover
over overTho overfhe overThe
The matter of collecting a license fee feefrom feofrom teofrom
from electricians was referred to tha thacommittee thacommltte thecommittee
committee on license licenseT llcen e ef
T E Daniels jr of Logan passed passedthrough sethrou1 passedthrough
through Provo yesterday on n his way wayhome wayhome wayitOlne
home from a visit to Payson where hi hiIrad hIbad liebath
bad been oo n attending the golden wedding weddingof
of his parents Mr 1r and Mrs lr T E Dsuv DsuvielR DaI ThLItiels
ielR ielRDeputy Deputy Sheriff Buchi was Wd unsuccessful unsuccessfulin i
in finding Frank < rank L Hearin in Salt alt Lake Lakeyesterday Lakeyesterday
yesterday Hearin is charged whit kit leav Jf > ac
Dont the Sideboard and Table TableNeed TableNeed
Need Scarfs for Thanks Thanksgiving ThanksgivingHow giving 1 1How
How much handsomer they wet wotlook W61look wetlook
look if you decked them them out out new
beautiful rou scarfs Should you be lac lacing lachlg Ia ¬
ing anything DtItln in this line yu U know uu uuAuerbaeh tUfAuerbachreputation tuekuerbsch
Auerbachreputation Auerbaeh reputation for having t tbast tt tbeat >
beat t aC linens Un D at th the lowost prices
the city This brief list would g gyou g1 g1you glYost <
you price suggestions wgge tioWl worthy of note noteSpachtel nOlfSlAc noteSpachtel
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week at atMexican t vT > l 128 128Mfxlcan iO iOMexican
Mexican and Battenbers nalffnbe > r Scarfs at atimport It Itimort itimport
import prices
Surely you need needsoniething something new to wear tomonWv tomonWvv tomonWvOvercoat tomon toinorrWOvercoat W v
Overcoat Suit Hat or some Furnishings FurnishingsAnd
I And of course youll want it right whatever it is isEight isI
I I Eight there is where the suggestion of the Gardner kind kindcomes kindcomes kindI
I I comes in inGardner in inGardner
Gardner Clothes are right rightjust just right in qualities in gen general gent genera ¬
of eral era and price in particular
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paying for the hospitality hO enjoyed enjoyedMarriage enjoyedMarriage l llIariiage
Marriage licenses e have been issued issu a o othe etha atime
the following couples Orson O on P f i iboth > 1 > < Iaged
aged 23 and Entity nlly Dahlquist a aed aedboth j jboth
both of Provo Bliss Phillip axed 1LI a aNettle an anNettie a aNettle
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