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i 1 10 THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY MARCH 2 1906
WORK TO BEGIN BEGINON BEGINS
S ON GAS PLANT PLANTInyependent PLANTI314
Independent I314 pendent Company Arranges to toLet toLet toLet
Let Contract Contractjl for fo Mains and andFactory andFactory andFactory
Factory Before May tay 1 1EMPLOYMENT 1EMPLOYMENT 1c 1EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOYMENT FOR AN ARMY ARMYSUPPLY ARMYSPPL ARMYSUPPLY
c
SUPPLY Y FOR CITY BEFORE BEFORECLOSE BEFORECLOSE BEFORECOSE
CLOSE OF YEAR YEARSome YEARSome YEARSome
Some time before May 1 dirt will be beflying I IflyIng
14 flying flyIng in the streets of the city for the themains themains themains
mains of Of the Independent Gas com company company cornI ¬
I 1 pany a aat aJ ajd any number of of men will be beat
at workexcavating work excavating for or the foundations foundationsof
of a plant which Is expected pect d to supply supplythe supplythe supplythe
the city with gas ns for fuel and lighting lightingpurposes Ifghtlngpurposes lightingpurposes
purposes purposesR
R B Brown chief engineer for the theconcern theconcern theconcern
concern which will not have a name nameuntil nameuntil
until probably next week when a Utah Utahcompany Utahcompany Utahcompany
company will be Incorporated to take takethe takethe takethe
the franchise obtained by George A ASnow ASnow ASnow
Snow and William Darst departed for forChicago forChicago forChicago
Chicago last week to arrange for the theplans theplans theplans
plans and specifications for the new newplant newi newplant
i plant He expects to have them ready
In a short time and then bids will be beasked beasked beii
ii asked for the necessary work and ma material material materlal ¬
terial Under the terms of the fran ¬
work must begin by May lat th thlatest thf thflatest thlatest >
latest Frank B Stephens counsel for forthose fo fothose fothose
those behind the enterprise said yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday that ground would be broken a athat aT aTthat atthat
that time and the work hurried to com completion completion cornpletfon ¬
pletion pletionYou pletionYou pletfonYou
You can easily understand he said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that delay means that our money moneymust moneymust moneymust
must remain idle and the sooner we aro aroin ar arIn arIn
in shape to do business the sooner wo wowill w wwi1I wewill
will begin to realize So expect the theplant thcplnnt theplant >
plant to be erectedas rapidly as brawn brawnand brawnand brawnand
and muscle and scientific appliances applianceswill
will permit permitLocal permitLocal permitLocal
Local Company Organized OrganizedAlthough OrganlzedAlthough OrganIzedAlthough
Although Messrs Snow and Darst ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬
tained the franchise they will not han handle handle handie ¬
dle the plant They have arranged to toturn toturn toturn
turn over everything to a company companywhich companywhioh companywhich
which is now being formed here her Th ThIncorporation ThIncorporation Thincorporation
Incorporation papers will probably be befiled beflIed betiled
filed next week Snow and Dars Darswill Darsfwill Darswill
will retain a controlling Interest in thc tiucompany tlfcQmpany thccompany >
company companyUntil cQmpanyUntil companyUntil
Until the plans of Engineer Brown Brownarrive Brownarrive Brownarrive
arrive In the city the exact size of the theplant thfplant theplant
plant will not be known but Mr Ste Stephens Stephens Stephens ¬
phens said yesterday that it would be bebuilt bpbuilt bebuilt
built large enough to anticipate the thefuture thpfuture thefuture
future growth of the city He added addedthat addedthat addedthat
that there would never be a scarcity of ofgas ofgas ofgas
gas while the company Is in existence existenceEngineer existenceEngineer existenceEngineer
Engineer Brown has built innumer innumerable innumerable innunierable ¬
able gas plants for the great McMillan McMillanconcern McMllianconcern IclIiIIanconcern
concern which supplies probably a ascore ascore ascore
score of large cities in the United UnitedStates UnitedI UnitedStatos
I States It Is said that he is employed employedby
by the independent company simply
because of his ability as an engineer engineerThe engineerThe engineerThe
The McMillan people are not Interested Interestedit
L it Is said financially or otherwise in the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local enterprise enterpriseThe
The fact that the franchise franchi e calls for forthe forthe forthe
the laying of forty miles of mains dur ¬
ing the first two years of the existence existenceof
of the company and ten additional additionalmiles additionalmiles additionalmiles
miles each year for the next two years yearswill yearswIII yearswill
will Insure sixty miles of mains for Salt Saltake
Lake ake during the next four years yearsSite yearsSite yearsSIte
Site a Secret SecretThe SecretThe SecretThe
The site selected for the erection of ofthe ofJ ofthe
J the plant will not be made public for forthe forthe
the present because all the options for forthe forthe forthe
the land needed have not been obtained obtainedThe obtaInedThe obtainectThe
The matter of making gas from the theshale theshale theshale
shale In the vicinity of Provo has been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given up UP for the present because one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the engineers of the company company said that thatIt thatJt thatit
It would not be practicable but experi experiments experiments experiinents ¬
ments may be made later Gas will willbe willbe willbe
be manufactured in this city from coal coalJust coalJust coalJust
Just how many men will be given em employment employment employment ¬
ployment is not yet known but the thework theWork thework
work of layinc the mains will require requirea
a large number and the construction of ofthe ofthe
ci the gas factory will require also many manymen manymen manymen
men menAn
An innovation is promised by the theprojectors theproje theprojectors
projectors proje tors In the matter of installing installingservice instaIIIngservice installingservice
service pipe and meter This will be
done free of charge chargeChilds char chargeChilds e eCh
ee e
Childs Ch ilds Floral Co CoNow CoNow CoNow
Now located at 122 Main street
Grand opening Saturday Carnations Carnationsfree
free for ladles ladl s
sPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALT7nited
United States Revenue Collector E H
Canister has gone to Helena Mont on
business In connection with the depart department department department ¬
ment mentColonel mentColonel mentColonel
Colonel M M Kaighn has removed his
law office to the r D > F Walker building
For the past twenty years Colonel
i Kalghn has had his office in the Com Commerce Commerce ¬
I merce merce building at 76 West Second South SouthNOTICE Southe SouthNOTICE SouthtA
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tA NOTICE NOTICETo
To all commercial travelers and mem
bars U C T council 81 Andrew S
Ix Lowe > we one of the fraternity passed to tothe tothe tothe
the great beyond Wednesday Feb Febit 28 S
It Is the desire that all commercial
travelers attend services Friday March
2 to be held at the Ninth ward meat me t t1ng
ing house 3 p In Take East Fourth
South S uth car G K OTT
Secretary for United Commercial Trav Travelers Travelers TraycleFs ¬
elers
OWN YOUR HOME HOMEOn
On each 1000 which we welend welend welend
lend our our average interest is isonly isonly isonly
only 295 per month All over overand overand overand
and above that applies on prin principal print ¬
t cipal This is a rare opportnn opportnnity ¬
ity to get a home and wise wisepeople wisep
p people opleWill ople will lake it at once onceSalt onceSalt OflCeSaltLake
Salt SaltLake SaltLakeSecurity Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TmstIN Trl1stCo TrustCo
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DlDSGHLA DID SCHLATTER SCHLATTERDIE TTER TTERDIE
DIE IN MEXICO MEXICOBurton
Burton Bedd R dd Resident of Salt lake lakeDeclares LakeDeclares LakeDeclares
Declares He Discovered Be Bemains Remains Bemains
mains of Noted Healer HealerBIBLE HealerBIBLE EerBIBLEON
BIBLE BIBLEON ON BODY BORE NAME NAMEOFFERS NAMEI NAMEOFFERS NAMEOFFERS
I
OFFERS OTHER PROOF PROOFIN IN SUP SUPPORT SUPPORT UP UPPORT ¬
PORT OF CLAIM CLAI CLAIMThe M MThe v vThe
The mystery of the death of ScWat ScWatter Schlatter Schiatter
ter the healer whose cures caused causedsuch causedsuch causedsuch
such a sensation in Colorado In 1894 1894and 1894and 1894and
and 1895 1 5 has possibly been cleared up upby upby upby
by a young man who is a resident of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city cityBurton cityBurton cityBurton
Burton Redd a student in the busi business business business ¬
ness department of the Latterday LatterdaySaints LatterdaySaints LatterdaySaints
Saints college believes that he h dis discovered discovered diecovered ¬
covered the dead body of the man who whowas whowas whowas
was said to perform modern miracles miraclesnear miraclesnear miraclesnear
near Colonia Juarez Chihuahua Mex Mexico Mexico Mexleo ¬
ico in 1897 This was two years after afterSchlatter afterSchlatter afterSchiatter
Schlatter fearing arrest on a charge chargethat chargethat chargethat
that he was practicing medicine medicinewithout medicinewitho medicinewithout
without witho t a license disappeared from fromDenver fromDenver fromDenver
Denver and was never heard of alive aliveafterward allveaftc aliveafterward
afterward aftc > rward About a year later the thesVrptnn theslf thes1ptnn
sVrptnn slf pton of a man supposed to be that
i Burton Redd Reddof edd eddof
of Schlatter was found in a wild spot spotin spotin spotin
in New Mexico Some S me of the clothing
discovered near the remains were werepartly werepartly werepartly
partly Identified as belonging to the thehealer thehealer thehealer
healer A horse a graywhite animal animalwas animalwas animalwas
was found near the body and It was wasgenerally wasgenerally wasgenerally
generally accepted In Denver that the thebones thebones thebones
bones and the clothing and the animal animalall animalall animalall
all belonged to the missing healer healerNow healerNow healerNow
Now according to Mr Redd this thismust thismust thismust
must have been a mistake In proof of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his belief that the body he discovered discoveredbelonged discoveredbelonged discoveredbelonged
belonged to Schlatter he declares that thathe thathe thathe
he found a Bible in the clothing which whichbore whichbore whichbore
bore Schlatters name And the legend legendunder legendunder legendunder
under It New Orleans from your yourfriend yourfriend yourfriend
friend Redd does not remember the thename thename thename
name signed to this thisAn thIsAn thisAn
An Interesting Career CareerOf
Of course Schlatter may have had hadfriends hadfriends hadfriends
friends In New Orleans For years yearsbefore yearsbefore yearsbefore
before he appeared as a healer he heworked heworked heworked
worked as a shoemaker on Fifteenth Fifteenthstreet Fifteenthstreet Fifteenthstreet
street in Denver Then suddenly he hedisappeared hedIsappeared hedIsappeared
disappeared and about 1894 was heard heardof heardof heardof
of in New Mexico He was said to be bemaking bemaking bemaking
making wonderful cures His fame famereached famereached famereached
reached Denver and a prominent prominentcitizen prominentcitizen prominentcitizen
citizen of that city who had a blind blindfriend bUndfriend blindfriend
friend journeyed to New Mexico and andinduced andinduced andinduced
induced Schlatter to come to Denver DenverThe DenverThe DenverThe
The man never pretended anything He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said whatever he did Came from the theFather theFather theFather
Father He laid hands on the ill and andhundreds andhundreds andhundreds
hundreds declared they had been cured curedof curedof curedof
of all sorts of diseases Neither would wouldSchlatter wouldSchlatter wouldSchlatter
Schlatter accept money or presents or oreven oreven oreven
even clothing He did accept food foodhowever foodhowever I Ihowever
however He failed to cure the blind blindman blindman blindman
man but people who had heard of his hisalleged hisaIIeged hisalleged
alleged powers begged him to help them themand themand themand
and for a time lie treated hundreds hundredsThen hundredsThen hundredsThen
Then complaint was made that he was wasa wasa
a faker and when he was informed informedthat Informedthat informedthat
that he might be arrested he decided to toleave toleave toleave
leave the city Friends provided him himwith himwith himwith
with a graywhite horse and plenty of ofprovisions ofprovisIons ofprovisions
provisions and he left Denver In the thenight thenight thenight
night To those who saw him depart departhe
he said he Was going Into the desert desertof desertof
of New NewtIexIco Mexico to fast The report of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his death followed followedRedd foUowedRedd followedRedd
Redd mentioned his discovery In Inregard inregard Inregard
regard to the body to Attorney J M MHamilton MHamilton MHamilton
Hamilton a few days ago and the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter decided that perhaps the Colorado Coloradoauthorities Coloradoauthorities Coloradoauthorities
authorities might care to learn of ofI ofthe ofthe
I the fate of the man He will probably probablycommunicate probablycommunicate probablycommunicate
communicate with them Redd says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that he found the remains In an Isola Isolalated Isolalated Isolalated
lated spot about fifteen miles north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west of Colonia Juarez early In 1897 1897The 1897The 1897The
The body was lying In blankets and andthe andthe andthe
the saddle and bags attached to It were werehanging werehanging werehanging
hanging from a pole which had been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced
placed between two trees treesBible treesBible treesBible
Bible Bore His Name NameThere NameThere NameThere
There was underclothing on the thelimbs theIlmbs thelimbs
limbs and trunk and a black woolen woolensweater woolensweater woolensweater
sweater Redd had been searching for forcattle forcattle forcattle
cattle and had followed a trail along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Perdras Verdes river northwest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city Into a deep canyon when he hemade hemade hemade
made the ghastly find Besides the theBible theBible theBible
Bible he discovered In the pockets of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the saddle a small hammer a few fewhorseshoes fewhorseshoes fewhorseshoes
horseshoes thread and needle and a abox abox abox
box of vulcan matches Redd lifted up upthe upthe upthe
the head of the skeleton and It came cameoff cameoff cameoff
off In his hands There was no hair hairon hairon hairon
on it and little skin which indicated indicatedthat indicatedthat indicatedthat
that the owner of the remains had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been dead a long time After marking markingthe
the spot Mr Redd hurried to Casas CasasGrandes CasasGrandes CasasGrandes
Grandes and reported to the authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties They directed him to bury the themains themaJns themajns
mains maJns He did so soajust just where he found foundthem foundtllem foundtileIn
them and burned the clothing The Theblankets Theblankets Theblankets
blankets were used for a shroud shroudAfterward shroudAfterward shroudAfterward
Afterward a professor from Phoenix PhoenixArizona PhoenixArlzona PhoenixArizona
Arizona dug up the skull and carried carriedit
it away
awaySure
Sure It Was Schlatter SchlatterMr
Mr Redd said yesterday that he had hadno hadno hadno
no doubt that the skeleton belonged to toSchlatter toSchlatter toSchiatter
Schlatter In 1896 an American Ab Mc McGrew McGrew McGrew
Grew a a neighbor told him that he hemet hemet hemet
met a man who said he was Schlatter Schlatternear Schlatternear Schiatternear
near Dog Springs on the border of Old OldMexico OldMexico OldMexico
Mexico and New Mexico Me < ico This Indi Individual indIvidual mdividual ¬
vidual McGrew went on informed informedhim Informedhim Informedhim
him that he was the noted healer and andwas andwas andwas
was going Into the mountains to fast fastfor fastfor fastfor
for forty days Not long after this thisanother thisanother thisanother
another American named P S Wil Williams wuhams Williams ¬
liams passed the place where Redd Reddfound Reddfound Reddfound
found the bodyand body and saw a man lying lyingthere lyingthere lyingthere
there There wds w s a gray or white horse horsehobbled horsehobbled horsehobbled
hobbled hobbled near Thinking the man was wasasleep wasasleep wasasleep
asleep WlIU Williams s did not disturb him
WILL CAUCUS ON UNAmerican ONCONDUIT ONCONDUIT
CONDUIT GRAB GRABAmepcan
American leaders Will Try to toCM toClub toClub
Club Recalcitrant Followers FollowersInto FollowersInto Followerslilto
Into Line LineFIVE LineFIVE LineFIVE
FIVE VOTES ARE ENOUGH ENOUGHTWO
TWO ADVOCATES OF QFGRAB GRAB ARE AREAWAY AREAWAY AREAWAY
AWAY HENCE THE DELAY DELAYAs
As forecasted in The Herald nearly nearlya
a week ago the 75000 conduit grab of ofCity ofCity ofCity
City Engineer L C Kelsey and Con Contractor Contractor Contractor ¬
tractor PJ P J Moran is to be taken up upand upand upand
and disposed of in a caucus of the theAmerican theAm theAmerican
American Am etI can city councilmen In no noother noother noother
other way than by forcing recalcitrant recalcitrantAmericans recalcitrantAmerIcans recalcitrantAmericans
Americans Into line by the caucus caucusmethod caucusmethod caucusmethod
method are the promoters of the grab grabable grabable grabable
able to have their way
Monday night it was agreed in the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council that an Inspection of the con conduit conduit conduit ¬
duit should be made Tuesday and that thata
a special meeting should be held Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day evening when the question should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be settled The inspection was made all allright aUright allright
right and the council met In special specialsession specialsession specialsession
session last evening but as soon as the thesemimonthly thesemimonthly thesemimonthly
semimonthly payrolls had been be n dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed of T R Black the American Americanleader Americanleader Americanleader
leader in the council made a motion to toadjourn toadjourn toadjourn
adjourn and it carried quickly quicklyDidnt quicklyDidnt quicklyDidnt
Didnt Have the Votes VotesThe VotesThe VotesThe
The grab promoters were afraid to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the Issue last night because of the theabsence theabsence theabsence
absence of two of their number Coun Councilmen Councilmen Councilmen ¬
cilmen A J Davis and L D Martin Martinfrom Martinfrom Martinfrom
from the city Councilman W Mont MontPerry MontFerry MontFerry
Ferry another American is also alsoaway alsoaway alsoaway
away but up to date he has not lined linedup linedup linedup
up with the grabbers Neither have haveseveral haveseveral haveseveral
several other Americans who were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present and until he could tie his hisfollowers hisfollowers
i followers by a caucus agreement agreementLeader agreementLeader agreementLeader
Leader Black was as not willing that the thematter thematter thematter
matter should be discussed at all allHad allHad allHad
Had the proposed grab been put to a avote avote avote
vote last night It would have been beat beaten beatenby ¬
en enby < 11 by the combined votes of the Demo DemoCrats Demoerats
crats and those Americans who are arenot arenot arenot
not lined up with the KelseyMoran KelseyMorancombine KelseyMorancombine KelseyMorancombine
combine
Five Men Will Decide DecideThere DecideThere DecideThere
There are fifteen members of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City council but under the cau caucus caucus caucus ¬
cus plan if It Is adhered to onethird onethirdof
of that number will determine whether whetherof
of not the 75000 KelseyMoran pro programme programme ¬ I
gramme shall be carried out Five Fivemembers Fivemembers Fivemembers
members constitute a majority of the theAmerican theAmerican
American caucus They will cast castthe castthe castthe
the entire nine American votes if the theminority theminority theminority
minority Americans agree as they theyare theyare theyare
are likely to do to caucus rule ruleThe ruleThe ruleThe
The votes of Black Davis Crabtree Crabtreeand Crabtreeand Crabtreeand
and Martin are counted as sure for the theKelseyMoran theKelseyMoran theKelseyMoran
KelseyMoran grab The promoters promotershope promotershope promotershope
hope that either Mulvey lIulve Carter or orHobday orHobday orHobday
Hobday will furnish the other neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary vote to bind the entire Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can party to the grab and that is why whycaucus whycaucus I Icaucus
caucus rule will I1l be Invoked InvokedThe InvokedThe InvokedThe
The caucus advocates say that no ac action action action ¬
tion will be taken until Councilman CouncilmanFerrv CouncilmanFerrv CouncilmanFerry
Ferrv returns from Michigan which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be in about ten days but i it is ismore ismore ismore
more than probable that the caucus caucuswill caucuswllI caucuswill
will be held as soon as Davis and Mar Martin Martin ¬ I Itin
tin who are exceedingly close to Con Contractor Contractor ¬ I Itractor
tractor Moran return to the city They Theywill TheywiU Theywill
will be away only a few days The Thecaucus Thecaucus Thecaucus
caucus promoters J > rom 0 ters are fearful that Mr MrFerry MrFerry MrFerry
Ferry will oppose the grab and they theywould theywould theywould
would rather hold the caucus with him himaway himaway himaway
away awayPromoter awayBOOM awayBOOM
BOOM GREEN GRNRIYER RIVER TOWN TOWNPromoter TOWNPromoter
Promoter Says 2000 Persons PersonsWill PersonsWill PersonsWiI1
Will Be There by October OctoberGood OctoberGood OctoberGood
Good Fruit Country CountryT
T H Fitzgerald of Chicago one of the thepromoters thepremoters theprcrnoters
promoters of the Green River Land LandTownsite LandTownsite LandTownslte
Townsite company was in Salt Lake yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday He said that the new town will willhave w1llhave willhave
have a population of 2000 by next Oc October October October ¬
tober He called in the Rio Grande offi officials officials offidais ¬
cials on matters in connection with the thetown thetown thetowii
town townMr towiiMr
Mr Fitzgerald said that many families familiesare
are expected this spring who will be per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent settlers there The company Is Isnow isnow isnow
now working on plans that call for an anirrigation anIrrigation anIrrigation
irrigation dam and power plant in the theGreen theGreen theGreen
Green river This will raise the water waterthirtyfour waterthlrtyfo waterthirtyfour
thirtyfour r feet so that the foothills can canalsobe canal50 canalso
alsobe also be Irrigated IrrigatedHe
He said that thetownslte the townsite will be open opened opened opened ¬
ed April 15 15As 16As 15As
As a fruit growing country he says this thisregion thisreglon thisregion
region will surpass surp Palisade Colo Cob where whereland whereland whereland
land Is now worth about 1500 an acre acreHe acreHe acreHe
He also said that Green river fruit could conldbe couldbe couldbe
be put on the market three weeks ahead aheadof
of either Palisade or California fruit fruitAt fruitAt fruitAt
At present the company is building a astern astern astern
stern wheel steamer for passenger and andfreight andfreight andfreight
freight business on the river It Is prob probable proQable probable ¬
able that it will handle the tourist trade tradefrom tradefrom tradefrom
from there to the Grand canyon canyonJ canyon2i
J
25 2i BIG DOLLARS DOLLARSAnd
And 2500 in Toll coupons How Howwould Howwould Howwould
would you like to win them 1 You may mayif mayif mayIf
if you try Guess GuessIT IT WONT COST COSTYOU COSTYOU COSTYOU
YOU ANYTHING Guess nearest to tothe tothe tothe
the day hour minute and second when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the subscriber numbering10000 numbering 10000 signs a acontract acontract acontract
contract for BELL telephone service In InSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake City One guess allowed to toeach toeach toeach
each person Remember on February February1st
1st we had 9721 subscribers and we weexpect weC weexpect
expect C pect to reach the 10000 mark in inMarch inMrch
March 1 rch Address Guessing Editor Editorcare Editorcare Editorcare
care of the theROCKY theROCKY theROCKY
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL BELLTELE BELLTELEPHONE TELE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE ¬
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TO THE PUBLIC PUBLICWhile PUBLICWhile PUBLICWhile
While It Is a deplorable fact that thatdiseased thatdiseaSed thatdiseased
diseased hogs have been placed on the themarket themarket themarket
market in this city I desire to inform informmy informmy informmy
my patrons and the public In general generalthat generalthat generalthat
that all the hogs used in my market marketjsrhether markethether marketyhether
jsrhether hether whole or cuts are from gov government government government ¬
ernment Inspected eastern abattoirs abattoirsand abattoirsand abattoirsand
and we guarantee all pork or sausages sausagessold sausagessold sausagessold
sold by us to be wholesome and first firstclass firstclass firstclass
class classMARRIOTTS classMARRIOTTS classMARRIOTTS
MARRIOTTS MEAT AND GROCERY GROCERYMARKET GROCERYJARKET GROCERYMARKET
MARKET 2224 West First South SouthRedd SouthRedd SouthRedd
Redd believes he was probably dead at atthat atthat atthat
that time Some months afterward this thiswhite thiswhite thiswhite
white horse wandered Into Juarez He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was not branded so Redd kept him for fora
a a time and one day he disappeared A AMexican AMexIcan AMexican
Mexican claimed Him and worked him himso himso himso
so hard that he died In view of all allthese aUthese allthese
these facts which Mr Redd feels are areabsolutely areabsolutely areabsolutely
absolutely correct he feels sure that he hehas hehas hehas
has solved the mystery of Schlatters Schlattersdeath Schlattersdeath Schiattersdeath
death deathThe deathThe deathThe
The young student left Juarez JuarezSept JuarezSepL JuarezSept
Sept 9 1895 and came to this city in inorder Inorder inorder
order to obtain a a business education educationHe
He now resides at 226 Tenth East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street
f f
ADMITS HE HAS HASDESIRE HASDESIRETO
DESIRE DESIRETO TO Kill KillAlfred
Alfred Lockett Asks to Be Locked Up TipLest UpLest UpLest
Lest He Commit a Desperate DesperateMurder DesperateMurder Desperateiuder
Murder MurderTWICE MurderTWICE iuder iuderTWICE
TWICE IN INSANE ASYLUM ASYLUMHIS
HIS REQUEST IS GRANTED BY BYSHERIFF BYSHERIFF BYSHERIFF
SHERIFF C FRANK EMERY EMERYDeclaring EMERYDeclaring EMERYDeclaring
Declaring that he is possessed of an anirresistible anfIr6SisUble anirresistible
irresistible mania to commit murder murderAlfred murderAlfred murderAlfred
Alfred Lockett twice an inmate of the thestate thestate thestate
state insane asylum at Provo deliv delivered delivered dclivered ¬
ered himself to Sheriff C Frank Em Emery Emery Emcry ¬
ery yesterday afternoon and asked askedthat askedthat askedthat
that he be locked up His request requestwas requestwas requestvas
was granted and he spent last night nightin
in the county jail Today he will be beexamined bee beexamined
examined e again as to his sanity sanityLockett sanityLockett sanityLockett
Lockett was not content with a ver verbal verbal verbal ¬
bal request that he e be taken in charge chargeHis chargeHis chargeHis
His request consisted of a letter writ written written written ¬
ten by himself and addressed to the thesheriff thesherIff thesheriff
sheriff and he delivered It in per person person person ¬
son
Cant Resist Mania ManiaThe ManiaThe ManiaThe
The letter was as follows Kindly Kindlyexcuse Kindlyexeuse Kindlyexcuse
excuse me for troubling you I lam lamTossessed am ampossessed ampossessed
possessed with a mania to kill I ask askyou aslyou asicyou
you as a favor to be sent to the state statemet statem statemEL
met m I d 1 hospital for life as I do not notdeshV notdeslrl notdesir
deshV to become a murderer murdererLast murderer murdererLast murderSrLast
Last Monday Lockett was examined examinedbefore examinedbefore examinedbefore
before Judge Armstrong on a charge chargeof
of Insanity and was discharged The Theonly TheGnly Thecnly
only evidence against him was the fact factthat factthat factthat
that he had written a letter to County CountyAttorney CountyAttorney CountyAttorney
Attorney Parley P Christensen in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which he accused state and county of officials officials officlals ¬
ficials his wife ahd officers of a lo local local local ¬
cal bank of conspiring against him himThis himThis himThis
This was not thought sufficient to jus justify justify justhy ¬
tify his commitment to the asylum asylumCalls asylumCalls asylumCalls
Calls on the Governor GovernorLockett GovernorLockett GovernorLockett
Lockett recently called on Governor GovernorCutler GmernorCutler GovernorCutler
Cutler and demanded that he give him himredress himredress himredress
redress against those who he declared declaredwere declaredwere declaredwere
were conspiring against him He Hecoupled Hecoupled Hecoupled
coupled his requ2St requ st with the announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment that unless the governor took tookaction tookaction tookaction
action he would appeal to President PresidentRcosevelt PresidentRcoseveIt PresidentRcosevelt
Rcosevelt and other officials at the na national national national ¬
tional capital capitalLockett C8DitalLockett capitalLockett
Lockett Is a carpenter In addition additionto
to having been In the insane asylum asylumhere asylumhlre asylumhere
I here it Is said that he spent several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months in an asylum in California He Heand Heand Heand
and his wife have had some trouble troubleover troubleover troubleover
over the sale of their the1r home and are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to be separated The officials officialshavent offi officialshavent < ials ialshavent
havent the slightest doubt doubtthat that he is isactually Isactually isactually
actually possessed of a desire to com commit commit cornmit ¬
mit murder and they will urge that thathe thath thathe
he h be sent to the asylum asylumRUMMAGE asylumRUMMAGE asylumU asylumRUMMAGE
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RUMMAGE SALE SALEI SALESaturday SALESaturday
I Saturday March 3 9 a m Westmin Westminster Weetminster Westminster ¬
ster church 132 South Fourth West WestWILL WestWILL Westwift
WILL NOT TAP THE CONDUIT COiOITCity
City Council Councilto to Turn Down Pe Petition Petition Petition ¬
tition of People Who Would WouldBuy WouldBuy WouldBuy
Buy City Water WaterThe
The waterworks committee of the city citycouncil city citycouncil clticouncil
council decided last night to place on file filewithout file1ithout filewithout
without action or recommendation the thepetitions thepetitfonsof thepetitions
petitions petitfonsof of several people who live along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Big Cottonwood coiduit and who wish wishto wishto wishto
to tap it and use the water subject to toregulations toregulations toregulations
regulations as to amount and as to rent rentals rentals rentale ¬
als to be prescribed by the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The opinion of the committee was that thatno thatno thatno
no person should b ha allowed to tap the theconduit theconduit theconduit
conduit under any circumstances but butthere butthere butthere
there is a general understanding that If Ifit ItIt Ifit
it is permitted in the future those who whohave whohave whohave
have petitioned will be given the first firstchance firstchancf firstchance
chance chanceThe chancfTh chanceTh
The Th petitioners who have appeared be before before before ¬
fore the committee were Francis McDon McDonald lfcDonald MeDonaid ¬
ald Milo Andrews J I W Brockbankand BrockbankandHorace Brockbank BrockbankandHorace and andHorace
Horace Eldredge EldredgeON EldredgeON EldredgeON
ON TO NEPHI NEPHIManufacturers NEPHI1Ianufacturers NEPHIManufacturers
Manufacturers Merchants Associ Association Association Associatlon ¬
ation Get Acquainted excursion Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake and Intermediate points to Nephi NephiMarch NephfMarch NephiMarch
March 7th Special train leaves via viaSalt viaSalt viaSalt
Salt Lake Route 750 a m mMathews mMathews inMathews
Mathews Candy Co 122 Main St Stopen Stopen Stopen
open their new store Saturday March March3d
3d at 100 Free carnations for the theladies theladles theladles
ladles ladiesKeeps ladlesKeeps ladlesKeeps
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dies as soon as their value has been beenestablished beenestabUshed beenestablished
established F C Schramm has ob obtained obtaIned obtamed ¬
tained a supply of Miona a remedy remedyfor remedyfOr remedyfOr
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cures and restores lost functions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the digestive organs organsUntil organsUntil organsUntil
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pepsin was valuable in the treatment treatmentof
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and you will have perfect health healthGet he healthGet lth lthGet
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For sale by F GSchramm C Schramm corner cornerFirst cornerFirst cornerFirst
First Southland South and Main streets Where Wherethe Wherethe Wherethe
the cars carsstop stop
ONLY ONE OPIE OPIEANn OPIEAND
ANn HE IS HERE HERERis
His Last Name Is Bead and Hes HesKnown HesKnown EesKnown
Known as a Story StoryTeller StoryTeller StoryTeller
Teller TellerLECTURES TellerLECTURES TellerLECTURES
LECTURES LECTURES IN SALT LAKE LAKEAND LAKEA LAKEAND
AND A D HAS RECEPTION AT THE THEPRESS THEPRESS THEPRESS
PRESS CLUB CLUBWhen CLUBWhen CLUBWhen
When a man can make a casehard casehardened casehardened casehardened ¬
ened crowd such as the regulars around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the Press club of Chicago a crowd that thathas thathas thathas
has been hearing good stories and tell tellIrig telIil1g telllug
lug them since before the big fire sit situp situp it itup
up and listen for hours on end that thatmanIs thatman thatman
manIs man Is a firstclass storyteller Ople OpleRead OpieRead OpleRead
Read does that as often as he gets back backto blckto backto
to Chicago from his long lecture tours toursand toursand toursand
and every time he goes In he is loaded loadedwith load loadedwith d dwIth
with new yarns Mr Read arrived in inI inSaIt inSalt
I Salt Lake yesterday morning and lec lectured lectured leetuned
tured at Barratt hall last night In the themeanwhile themeanwhile themeanwhile
meanwhile he went about absorbing absorbingmaterial absorbingmaterIal absorbingmaterial
material for more stories storiesTime storiesTime storiesTime
Time has not only not dred the nell nellsprings wellsprings el1 el1springs
springs of kindly humor in Opie Read
Ople Read ReadIt
i it has increased their flow A friend friendsaid friendsaid friendsaid
said to him yesterday morning morningOple morningOpie morningOpie
Opie time has been mighty good to toyou toyou toyou
you youHis His reply was wasTrue wasTrue wasTrue
True true and yet time has no nobusiness nobusIness nobusiness
business being good to me I havent haventbeen haventbeen haventbeen
been good to time The Th truth is I have havekilled havekilIed havekilled
killed it itMr itMr itMr
Mr Read was far too modest to tell tellthe tellthe tellthe
the real truth In the gentle art of ofkilling ofkl11lng ofkilling
killing time he has few equals and no nosuperiors nosuperiors nosuperiors
superiors but he never sacrifices it for forhis forhis forhis
his own benefit Always it Is for the theentertainment theentertaInment theentertainment
entertainment of somebody else elseSays elseSays elseSays
Says He Likes Li kes West WestDo W WestDo e t tDo
Do you know he said yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning yesterdaymornings
morning I like the west I like this thispart thispart thispart
part of the west especially so much muchthat muchthat muchthat
that Id like to take it away with me meBut meButand meButand
But Butand and his eyes twinkled though thoughhis thoughhis thoughhis
his mouth was sober 50berit It was mighty mightyhard mightyhard mightyhard
hard to make me believe those moun mountains mountaInsindicating mountalnsindicatlng ¬
tains taInsindicating indicating the hills just north northof northof northof
of the city citywer were forty miles away awayThey awajThey awayThey
They looked nearer than that some somehow somehow somehow ¬
how howIt howIt howIt
It has been a long long time since sinceOple sinceOple sinceOple
Ople Read first began making other otherpeople otherpeople otherpeople
people merry He wandered through throughKentucky throughKentucky throughKentucky
Kentucky and Tennessee as a tramp trampprinter trampprinter trampprinter
printer more years ago than he cares caresto caresto caresto
to remember Often he was cold often oftenhungry oftenhungry oftenhungry
hungry but he never and he thanks thanksGod thanksGod thanksGod
God for it lost his ability to see the thebrighter thebrighter thebrighter
brighter side of life and to put that thatbrighter thatbrighter thatbrighter
brighter side before others othersOnce othersOnce othersOnce
Once he tramped into a little Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee town tired and halfstarved halfstarvedJust halfstarvedjust ha1fstarvedjust
Just as the sun sun was setting The glow glowwas glowwas glowwas
was magnificent Mr Ir Read struck struckwith struckwith struckwith
with the beauty of the scene forgot his hishunger hishunger hishunger
hunger long enough to sit down and andwrite andwrite andwrite
write a thousandwprd description of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sunset He sent the story to the theNew theNew theNew
New York Sun with Instructions that thatif thatif thatIf
if it was used a check was to be for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬
warded to him at Gallatin which he heexpected heexpected heexpected
expected to reach at some period In Inhis inhis Inhis
his wandering A month later he ac actually actuaIly actually ¬
tually did reach rea h Gallatin Once more morehe morehe morehe
he was hungry and footsore and penni penniless penniless penniless ¬
less He bethought him of the Sun Sunstory Sunstory Sunstory
story and visited the postoffice There Therehe Therehe Thereho
he found a letter with a check for 12 12enclosed 12enclosed 12enclosed
enclosed and a request for more of the thesame tl1esame thesame
same sort of stuff With some diffi difficulty difficulty difficulty ¬
culty he got the check cashed and then thenhurried thenhurried thenhurried
hurried toward the nearest restaurant restaurantAs
As he was about to enter he saw a man manlooking manlooking manlooking
looking in from the sidewalk sidewalkHungry sIdewalkHungry sidewalkHungry
Hungry asked Mr Read ReadYes ReadYes ReadYes
Yes andbroke and broke was the reply replyWell replyWell replyWell
Well so am I hungry but Im not notbroke nolbroke notbroke
broke Im rich Ive got 512 12 Come Comein Comein Comein
in and eat And according to the man manwho manwho manwho
who tells the story the two actually actuallyate
ate 12 worth of ham and eggs eggsHit eggsHIt eggsHit I
Hit on Arkansas Traveler TravelerOpie TravelerOple TravelerOpie
Opie Read attained his first real realprominence realprominence realprominence
prominence through his brilliant work workfor workfor workfor
for the Arkansas Traveler His wit witand witand witand
and humor published in that paper at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted wide attention and were gener generally generaIly generally ¬
ally copied It was while he was run running running runfling ¬
ning the Traveler that he wrote a let letter letter letter ¬
ter to a general passenger agent ask asking asking asking ¬
ing for a pass to a town about a hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred miles away The railroad man manturned manturned manturned
turned the letter over and wrote on the theback theback theback
back backNever m mNever
Never heard of your paper be before before ¬
fore Where does it circulate And AndOpie AndOpie AndOple
Opie came back at him In this way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The Traveler goes all over the world worldand worldand
and Im having a a hard time trying to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep It from going to hell hellA helA hellA
A few days later Ople found in his hisbox hisbox hisbox
box at the postoffice an envelope bear bearmg bearmg bearfng
mg the imprint of the railroad He Hetore Hetore Hetore
tore it open and found two annual annualpasses annualpasses annualpasses
passes one good for transportation and andone andone andone
one for all meals on the dining cars carsI
041 I did considerable traveling on that thatroad thatroad thatroad
road after that says Mr Read ReadPreaches ReadPreaches N NPreaches
Preaches Gospel of Sunshine SunshineSo
So this genial man Is going through throughthe throughtbe throughthe
the world preaching the gospel of sun sunshine 9unshine sunshine ¬
shine and practicing it it He went to a arecital arecital arecital
recital given In his honor by J J Mc McClellan McClellan 1c 1cClellan
Clellan yesterday afternoon at the thetabernacle thetabernacle thetabernacle
tabernacle and before and afterward afterwardhe
he was chaperoned about the city by byfronds bjfrends bytrends
fronds In the evening Mr Read gave gavehis gavehis gavehis
his lecture in Barratt hall A large largeaudience largeaudience largeaudience
audience greeted him laughed with withhim withhim withhim
him and enjoyed to the uttermost his hismore hismore hismore
more serious moments momentsIn momentIn
In his maner of delivery Mr Read Is Isunconventional isunconventional isunconventional
unconventional He Redoes does not notstand stand up upto upto upto
to talk Instead be sits In Ina a big bigchair chair
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Go to Siegels SiegelsREMOVAL I IREMOVAL
REMOVAL SALE SALEWhat SALEWhat SALEor
What For ForFor or orFor r
For Mens Boys B ys Youths and andChildrens andChildrens andChildrens
Childrens Clothing Fur FurRare F Furnishings ur urnishings
nishings and Hats HatsRare HatsRare
Rare Bargains Await You During This Sale SaleMAIN SaleI SaleTWENTY SaleI
I g I p pt
MAIN MAINST
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TWENTY BUY WIVES 1YSPAN PLAN TO HAVE HftiEIffllY JOYOUS 18 III Tlfi1ETWENTY T11ER1EN1
TWENTY HUSBANDS WORK OR THE SAME GAME
The Pleasant Hour club is an or organization organization organization ¬
ganization formed by twenty women of ofSugar ofSugar ofSugar
Sugar House several years ago Every Everysecond Everysecond Everysecond
second Thursday the club enjoys a aI aplea9I1t aplenant
I pleaant afternoon A short time ago agothe agothe agothe
the members of the Pleasant Hour Hourclub Hourclub Hourclub
club decded to make yesterday a ban banner banner banncr ¬
ner day Mrs NIcol Hood and others otherssuggested otherssuggested otherssuggested
suggested having luncheon at noon in inthe inI inthe
the Commercial club clubFine clubFine clubFine
I Fine said every woman womanThe womanThe womanThe
The luncheon at the club was slated slatedas
I as the first item on the days pro programme P1ogramme programme
gramme Some other woman suggested suggestedthat suggestedthat suggestedthat
< that the club women attend the per performance performance perfonnance ¬
formance at the Orpheum In a body bodyi bodyafter
i after the luncheon luncheonFine luncheonI luncheonFine
Fine exclaimed every member memberThe memberThe memberThe
I The witnessing of the performance performanceat
at the Orpheum was slated as the sec second second seeond ¬
I ond event of the day Accordingly Accordlnglyarrangements ar arrangements arrangements ¬
rangements were made for the lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon at the club clubMuch clubMuch clubMuch
Much serious thought and numerous numerousconferences numerousconferences numerousconferences
conferences were devoted to the menu menuFinally menuFinally menuFinally
Finally everything was in readiness readinessfrom readinessfrom readinessfrom
from bouillon to bonbons According Accordingarrangements Accordingly
ly arrangements w Were ere made for the thevisite theYsite thevisite
visite en masse to the theatre Twen Twenty Twenty Twenty ¬
ty seats were reserved in a section just justthe justthe justthe
the right distance from the stage All Allthese Allthese Allthese
these arrangements made twenty wo women women wemen ¬
men awaited In delightful anticipation anticipationthe
the arrival of Thursday Anxious Anxiouswives Anxiouswivesand Anxiouswivesand
wives wivesand and every member of the thePleasant thePleasant I
Pleasant Hour club Is a married marriedwoman marriedwomantold marriedwomantold
woman womantold told their husbands that they theywould theywould theyOUld
would OUld have to get their own dinners dinnersThursday dinnersThursday dinnersThursday
Thursday ThursdayThere ThursdayThere ThursdayThero
There will be some cold roast pork porkin
in the cupboard and be sure to keep keepTowser keepTowser keepTowser
Towser out of the house and dont let letWillie letWi1Iie letWillie
Willie go out after school without his hisrubbers hisrubbers hisrubbers
rubbers and well thats all except exceptthat exceptthat exceptthat
that I will be home about 6 oclock oclockThese oclockThese oclockThese
These were the Instructions the hap happy happy happy ¬
py club members gave their husbands husbandsThursday husbandsThursday husbandsThursday
Thursday morning The husbands husbandssmiled husbandssmiled husbandssmiled
smiled a peculiar smile but said noth nothing nothing nothlag ¬
ing ingAbout
About noon yesterday twenty women womenclimbed womenclimbed
climbed the stairs of the Commercial Commercialclub Commercialcl1b Commercialclub I
club A few seconds later twenty un unGeorge unCHilDREN unCILIIEN
CHilDREN ACCUSE FATHER FATHERGeorge FATHERGeorge
George Leslie is Sent to Jail on onCharge onCharge onCharge
Charge of Neglecting His HisLittle HisLittle HisLittle
Little Ones OnesBecause OnesBecause Ones1Because
Because he la alleged to have neglected neglectedhis
his minor children George C Leslie Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now spending his spare moments in the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county jail Leslie was arrested yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day by Deputy D puty Sheriff The Emery Emeryon
on n complaint of his wife The warrant warrantfor warrantfor warrantfor
for Leslies arrest was sworn out before beforeJudge beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge F M Bishop The family live just justoutside justoutside justoutside
outside of the city limits on the southern southernpart southernpart southernpart
part of town Leslie will be hailed Into Intocourt Intocourt Intocourt
court today to answer the charge of non nonsupport nonsupport nonsupport
support of minor children childrenA
A MAN WHO SPENDS SPENDSMoney SPENDSMoney SPENDSMoney
Money on office stationery and sys systems s systems s sterns ¬
tems properly devised saves time and anddoes anddoes anddoes
does more business businessThe businessThe busInessThe
The Breeden Office Supply Co CoSystem CoSystem CoSystem
System Experts ExpertsFISH ExertsI ExertsFISH ExpertsFISH
I
FISH FOR FORLOCAL LOCAL MARKET MARKETBig
Big Shipment of Cod Comes Through ThroughWith ThroughWith ThoughWith
With Storm and Housewives HousewivesMay HousewivesMay HousewivesMay
May Change Bill of Fare FareThere FareThere FareThere
There is practically no change in the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local markets today The first fresh cod codthat codthat codthat
that has been received here for a long longtime longtime longtime
time came In yesterday There Is still stillplenty stiIIplenty stillplenty
plenty of vegetables at about the old oldprices oldprices oldprices
prices Hail storms in Redlands Cal Calyesterday Ca1yesterday CalyesterdaY
yesterday stopped the picking and pack packing packIng packjug ¬
ing of oranges there The price of crabs crabshas crabshas crabshas
has risen a little being now 25 and 30 30cents 30cents 30cents
cents each Plenty of rabbits were re received received recelved ¬
ceived yesterday retailing at 20 cents a apound apound apound
pound poundCALIFORNIA poundCALIFORNIA poundCALIFORNIA
I IColonist
CALIFORNIA RATES R TESTODAY RATESTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYColonist
Colonist rate of 2500 to San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints Intermediatepoints intermediatepoints
points via the th Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West 17West
West 2nd South Phones 1986 19S6For 1986For 1986For
For low rates on real estate loans loanswith loanswith loanswith
with privilege to repay your loan any anytime anytime anytime
time without notice stopping interest interestcall interestcall interestcall
call upon uponTHE uponTHE UPOflTHE
THE HOME TRUST SAVINGS CO
6 8 and 10 W First South street streetand streetand streetand
and converses with his audience as asthough asthough asthough
though he were at home talking with withthe withthe withthe
the friends of a lifetime Last nights nightsaudience nlghtsaudience nightsaudience
audience seemed to enjoy being taken takenInto takenInto takenInto
Into the speakers confidence and the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general expression was that no more moreenjoyable moreenjoyable moreenjoyable
enjoyable lecture had ever been heard heardIn
In Salt Lake City CityA CityA CityA
A reception was given to Mr Read Readat Readat Readat
at the Press club at the close of his hislecture hislecture hislecture
lecture and many friends of the club cluband cluband cluband
and thelecturer the lecturer took advantage of the theopportunity theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity to meet him v He leaves leavesthis leavesthis leavesthis
this afternoon for Colorado continuing continuinghlstour continuinghis continuinghistour
hlstour his tour < r v
suspecting wives 1ves marched into the ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet hall of the club just in time to todiscover t tdiocoyer tdlncover
discover twenty men rising from tho thotable th8table th thtable
table Each woman saw her husband husbandin I Iin
in the silent group as it marched past pastthem pastthem pastthem
them down the hall and out of sight sightJest sightJest sightJest
Jest some club clu or sompin grinned grinnedthe grInnElthe grinne1the
the waiter Wes all ready for you yonladies youladies youladies
ladies Come in and be bE seated Dont Dontlook Dontlook Dontlook
look sprized as men Is always comln comlnhere comlnhere cominhere
here in bunches bunchesTwenty bunchesTwenty bunchesTwenty
Twenty wondering women sat s t down downat downat downat
at a long table loaded lood d with good things thingsBetween thlngBetween thingsBetween
Between bites they talked about one onething onathing onething
thing only onlyYes onlyYes onlyYes
Yes and whats most peculiar of all allthey allthey allthey
they acted as if their being here In i ibunch 1bunch tbunch
bunch was the most natural thing In Inthe hthe iithe
the world said one woman as sh shnibbled shtnibbled > v vnibbled
nibbled at an olive oliveWhat olIveWhat oliveWhat
What can It mean 1 asked another anotherThe anotherThe anotherhe
The he sly rogues whispered another anotherto
to her h r seatrffate seatrffateIll seatrateIll
Ill bet Willie Is out in this snow snowwithout snowwithout snowwithout
without any hat on ono ont oama me from a afourtli afourth afourth
fourth fourtliJust fourthJust fourthJust
Just before the curtain rose on th thmatinee thmatinee thmatinee
matinee performance at the Orpheum Orpheumtwenty Orpheumtwenty Orpheurntwenty
twenty women marched down the aislo aisloand aisIoand aislcand
and filled seats In a front row A few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes later twenty women were deep deepin deepin deeiin
in the enjoyment of the first act Just Justas Justas Justas
as all eyes were riveted upon the stag stagftwenty stagtwenty stagetwenty
twenty men headed by an usher ushermarched ushprmarched ushermarched
marched ouletly down the aisle ui u1 u1took ti i itook Itook
took seats In the row just back of thp thpwomen thpwomen thewomen
women Twenty women glanced around aroundIn
In astonishment simultaneously Forty Fortypairs Fortypairs Fortypairs
pairs of eyes became Involved in instare instare instare
stare out game Twenty men burs bursInto bunInto bursinto
Into merriment at the sight of twenty twentywomens twentYwomens twentywomens
womens astonishment astonishmentLate astonishmentLate astonishmentLate
Late last evening twenty husbanJa husbanJawere husbanJ3were husbanLwere
were explaining to twenty women womenhow womenhow womenhow
how it happened Masculine ears earshad earshad earshad
had overheard the womens planning planningThen planningThen planningThen
Then followed more planning planningor or un under under under ¬
der the conditions it can be calle caliriplotting callciplotting 1 1plotting
plotting Twenty husbands had d dcided dcide1 dcidei
cided to play a capital joke on thdr tiulrwives thdrwives thdrwives
wives To do this they decided to du duplicate duplicate ¬
plicate each item pf if thoelf the days pr prgramme prgramme r rgramme >
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How well they succeeded has been toM toMPAYROLLS tothPAYROLLS
PAYROLLS ARE APPROVED APPROVEDCost
Cost of Running City Government Governmentfor
for the Past Two Weeks WeeksThe WeeksThe
The city council last night received an anoj anreferred < J Jreferred
referred to appropriate committees with withpower withpower withpower
power to act payrolls for the variou varioucity Yariourcity vaniourcity
city departments for the last two week weekIn weekin
In February as follows Street arid aridgatlon clr andgation
gatlon 151241 waterworks SI SIland 1 1land
land and water 22850 health healthcemetery he healthcemetery 1t 1 > >
cemetery cemeter 203 parks 13025 joint j lnt buil btdl4QS50 <
ln lag 40850 engineering 150720 l board > of ofpublic ofpubIlc ofpublic
public works 57833 total 728386 72S386VIOLET 728386VIOLET 728300VIOLET
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grance and delicacy from ffom the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous house of Aginconrt AginconrtThis AgincourtThis oincourt oincourtThis
This exquisite toilet water is ismade ismade ismade
made after the theI theoriginal I original for formula forinula ¬ lf lfmula
mula and we have it in bottles bottlesof I Iof
of two sizes selling at 75 cents centsand centsand centsand
and 125 the bottle The dain daintiest daintiest daintiest ¬
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