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Li s i Tii T TEDS T SALT SAth LA LAAFR KK HERALD RALD MONDAY 1IO 1 Y I MARCH 5 1900 > c I It
WAR RECORD OF OFLAWMAKERS I IlAW
lAW LAWMAKERS LAWMAKERSrany MAKERS MAKERSy
Hany y United States Senators and andRepresentatives andR andRepresentatives
Representatives R pr sentatives Know What It ItIs Its ItIs
Is s to Smell Powder PowderMILITARY Eow r rMiliTARY
4
MILITARY CAREERS VARIED VARIEDSOME VARIEDSOME
4 SOME SERVED ON UNION SIDE SIDEOTHERS SIDEOTHERS SIDEOTHERS
OTHERS WITH THE SOUTH SOUTHSpecial SOUTHSpecial SOUTHSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldW HeraldWashngton
Washington W hington Mar fur 4 4Tho Tho senate of the theUnited theUnlt theUnited
United Unlt d States contains a very fair pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion of members r who have seen more moreor moreor moroor
or less military service twentynine sen senators senntora senMars ¬
Mars having participated in the Civil war warthe warthe warthe
the SpanishAmerican war or In the va various various variou ¬
rious Indian wars Of the twentysix twentysixmembers twentysixmembers twentysixmembers
members who took part art In the Civil war warthirteen warthirteen warthirteen
thirteen were In the Federal and the same samenumber 5ame11Umber samenumber
number in the Confederate army One Onesenator Onesenator Onesenator
senator served In the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericanwar
war and one In the Nez Perce Indian Indianwar Indianvar Indianwar
war warThe varThe
I The military record of each senator who whohad whohad whohad
had one is given in the biographical biographicalsketch biographicalsketch biographicalsketch
sketch furnished by himself for the Con Congressional Congressional Conf ¬
f gressional Record and these sketches as asa asa asa
a rule are very modest and mention in inthe inthe inthe
the barest terms t s the service of the writer writerThey writerThey writerThey
They are as follows followsRUSSELL followsRUSSELL followsRUSSELL
RUSSELL ALEXANDER ALEXAJIU > ER ALGER ALGERIn ALGERInAugust ALGERInAugust In InAugust
August 1861 he h enlisted in the army and andwas andwas andwas
was mustered Into service Sept 2 1S61 1S61as 1S61as
as captain of company C Second Mich Michigan Michigan MichIgan ¬
igan cavalry major of the regiment April
2 1862 lieutenant colonel Sixth Michigan Michigancavalry MIchiganavalry
1 I cavalry < Oct 30 1S62 colonel Fifth Mich Michigan Mich19an Michigan ¬
igan cavalry June 11 1863 brevet brig brigadier brigdler brigadler ¬
adler general United States volunteers volunteersfor
for gallant and meritorious services dur during during during ¬
ing the war having participated In sixty sixtysix sixtysix sixtysix
six battles b ttles and skirmishes skirmishesWILLIAM skirmishesWILLIAM skirmishesWILLIAM
WILLIAM BOYD ALLISON ALLISONServed Served on onthe onthe onthe
the staff of the governor of Iowa and andaided andaJded andaided
aided In organizing volunteers In the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning of the war for the suppression suppressionof
of the rebellion rebellionBacon rebelUonBacon rebellionBacon
Bacon Was With South SouthAUGUSTUS SouthAUGUSTUS SouthAUGUSTUS
AUGUSTUS OCTAVIUS BACON BACONEn BACONEntered BACONEtitered En Entered ¬
tered the Confederate service at the be beginning beginning beglnthg ¬
ginning of the war and served during the thecampaigns thecampaigns thecampaigns
campaigns of 1861 and 1862 as adjutant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ninth Georgia regiment In the army armyof armyof armyof
of northern Virginia subsequently there thereto ¬
to was commissioned as captain In the theprovisional theproYlsional theprovisional
provisional army of the Confederate states statesand statesand statesand
and assigned to general staff stt duty dutyJAMES dutyJAIS dutyJA1btEs
JAMES JAIS H BERRY BERYEntere BERRYEntered Entered the Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate army ary In IStfl 16 as a second lieutenant lieutenantSixtieth leutenant leutenantSixteth lieutenantSixtieth
Sixtieth Sixteth Arkansas Arkansa Infantry Infant lost a leg at atthe atthe atthe
the battle batle of Corinth Cornth Miss Oct Oct 4 1862 1862JOSEPH 186 1S62JOSEPH
JOSEPH CLAY CLY STILES STIES BLACKBURN BLACKBURNEntered BLCKUN BLCKUNEntere BLACKBURNI
I Entered Entere the Confederate Confederte army ay In 1S61 1S61and lS6 1361and
and nd served throughout the war warJULIUS warIS warJULIUS
JULIUS IS C BURROWS BURROWSWas Was Wa an officer officerIn offcer offcerin
In the Union army ay 1S621S64 1S621S64MORGAN 18618 18618IORGA 15621364MORGAN
MORGAN IORGA GARDNER GANER BULKELEY BUKLEYIn BULKELEYIn In
1862 18 enlisted enlste in the Thirteenth regiment regimentNational regment regimentNatIonal
National Nationa Guard of New York York and served servedat sered seredat
at Baltimore Batmore and ad Suffolk Sufolk Va Va under the thecommand thecommad thecommand
command commad of Brigadier Brigdier General Max lla We Weber Weber Weher ¬
ber
berWILLIAM berWII WILLIAM WII ANDREWS A REWS CLARK CLRKWa CLARKWas CLARKWasmajor Was Wasmajor
major of a battalion batalon that pursued Chief ChiefJoseph ChietJoseph ChiefJoseph
Joseph maor and ad his band In the Nez Ne Perce In Invasion invasion inj injvasion ¬
vasion of 1877 1877JOHN 1 1877JOHN
JOHN WARWICK V AWICK DANIEL DANILEntered DANILEnteredthe DANIELEntered DANIELEnteredthe Entered Enteredthe
the Confederate army arm v as a second lieuten lieutenant leuten leutenant lieutenant ¬
ant ant Stonewall Stonewal Brigade BrIide In May 1861 1861was 186 1861was
was s wounded wounde in first frt battle batte of Manassas Manassasbecame Manasa Manassasbecame
became becme second lieutenant leutenat company A AEleventh AEleyenth AEleventh
Eleventh Virginia infantry Infantr and ad then thenfirst thenfirst thenfirst
first lieutenant leutenat VirgnIa and adjutant ndju1nt of the regi regiment regiment ¬
ment and was wa wounded near Boonsboro BoonsboroMd reg
Md was wa promoted to major and ad chief ehef of ofstaff ofstaff ofstaff
staff of General Jubal A A Early on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which he served until unt crippled In the theWilderness theWlderess theWilderness
Wilderness Wlderess May ay 6 1864 1864CHARLES 186CHLES 1864CHARLES
CHARLES CHLES DICK DICKered DICKServed Served in the Eighth EighthOhio EighthOhio EighthOhio
Ohio volunteer Infantry Infantr In Cuba Cuba Jn Jn the thewar te tewar thewar
war with Spain SpainJOSEPH paIn paInJOSEPH palnJOSEPH
JOSEPH BENSON FORAKER FORREn FORREnlsted FORAXEILEn FORAXEILEnlisted En Enlisted ¬
listed lsted July ub 14 1862 1 as a private In com company compa cornpany ¬
pany pa A Eightyninth Eight ninth regiment Ohio vol volunteer volunteer volunteer ¬
unteer Infantry Infanty with wit which organization organizationhe orgniation orgniationhe
he served sered until untl the close cose of the te war at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which time tme he held the rank rn of first lieu lieutenant leu leutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant and ad brevet captain captainJACOB cptain captainJACOB
JACOB H H GALLINGER GALLINGERWa GALLINGEILWas Was surgeon surgeongeneral surgeongenera surgeongeneral
general genera in New Hampshire with wth the rank rankof rankot rankof
of brigadier brgadier general in 18791880 18791880JAMES 1S180 1S180JfS 18791880JAMES
JAMES JfS B MCREARY MCRARYEntere MCREARYEntered Entered the theConfederate theCQnfederte theConfederate
Confederate CQnfederte army ary In 1862 18 and was wa lieuten lieutenant leuten leutenant lleutenant ¬
ant colonel of the te Eleventh Elevent Kentucky Kentuckycavalry Kentuck Kentuckcavalr Kentuckycavalry
cavalry cavalr at the close of the war warSAMUEL warSAIUL warSAMUEL
SAMUEL SAIUL DOUGLAS DOUGLS MENERY MENERYServed MENERYSeed MENERYServed
Served Seed In the Confederate army ar as lieu lieutenant Ieu Ieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant In Virginia VIrginIa under Magruder Iagder and andIn andIn andin
In the transMississippi trnsMissIssippi department departmentANSELM department departmentANSELM
ANSELM ASELI JOSEPH MLAURIN MLAURIAt MLAURINAt At the theage theage theage
age of 16 joined the Confederate C army armyand ary aryand armyand
and served as a a private privateSTEPHEN prhateSTPHEN privateSTEPHEN
STEPHEN STPHEN RUSSELL MALLORY tALLORYEn tALLORYEntered LRYEn LRYEntered En Entered ¬
tered the Confederate Confedeate army ary in Virginia VIrgnia in infall InfiI infall
fall fiI of 1864 in spring of of 1S63 18 appointed appointedmidshipman appoIntedmidshipman appoIntedmidshipman
midshipman In the Confederate Confederte navy navyTHOMAS nav navyTHOMAS
THOMAS THOlS STAPLES MARTIN MABTINThough MABTINThoughnot ARTL Though Thoughnot Tough Toughnot
not a regularly reglarl enlisted soldier consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able part par of the time while whle he was wa a cadet cadetat cadetat cadetat
at the Virginia Military 1IItry institute insttute was wasspent wasspent
spent spnt In Virgnia the military mHtary service of the Con Confederate Confedete Confederate ¬
federate fedete States State with wih the battalion battlon of ca cadets c cadets ¬
dets of the institute instituteHERNANDO Insttute InsttuteHRNA instituteHERNANDO
HERNANDO HRNA O DESOTO DESOTOserved MONEY MONEYHe MONEYHesered He Heserved
served sered hi i the Confederate army ay from the thebeginning thebeginnIng thebeginning
beginning of the war until untl Sept Sept 20 1864 1864when l 1S1when
when he was wa forced force to retire retre from serv service seryIce service ¬
ice by defective defectve eyesight eyesightJOHN eeslght eyesightJOHN
JOHN T MORGAN MORGANJolned IORGA1Joine Joined the Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate army a In May 1861 as a a private privateIn 1riyate 1riyateIn
In company cmpa I Cahaba Rifles Rife and when whenthat whentat whenthat
that tat company was assigned aiged to the Fifth FifthAlabama Fith Fithlabama FifthAlabama
Alabama labama regiment under Colonel Colonl Robert RobertE
E Rhodes regment he was wf wa elected eleted major and andafterwards andafterrds andafterwards
afterwards afterrds lieutenant leutenat colonel of that tat regi regiment regimeat ¬
ment was wa commissioned In 1F62 16 as colonel coloneland colonelad coloneland reg
and ad raised rsed the te Fiftyfirst FiftyfIrt Alabama Alabaa regi regiment regimont ¬
ment was appointed brigadier brgdier general reg In In1S63 Inisoi
1S63 8 and assigned asiged to a brigade In Vir Virginia VIrgnIa Virginla ¬
ginia but resigned resiged to join his regiment regimentwhose regment regimentwhose
whose gnIa colonel clonel bed h d been ben killed kled in battle battlelater batte battelater battlelater
later In 188S 18 he was wa again appointed brig brigadier brigadier brigadler ¬
adier general generl and ad assigned aige agn to an Alabama Alabamabrigade AlabamabrIgde Alabamabrigade
brigade brIgde which Included his regiment reglm regimentKNUTE nt 1 1KNUTE
KNUTE NELSON NLSONYas NELSONWas Was a a private and andnoncommissioned andnoncommisione andnoncQmmissIoned
noncommissioned noncommisione officer in the Fourth FourthWisconsin Fourthvlsco FourthWisconsin
Wisconsin vlsco sln regiment during the war war of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rebellion rbeIon and was ws wounded and talc taken tt tten talcen
1S6S 186 en prisoner at Port Por Hudson Hudon La L June 14 141S6S 1 141S6Z
Pettus Petus Served Sered in Mexico MexicoEDMUND MexicoEDlIT MexicoEDM1TND
EDMUND EDlIT WINSTON VNSTON PETTUS PETTUSSercd PETTUSSercdas Served Servedas
as a lieutenant leutenant In the Mexican lexicn war In
1861 went into the Confederate Confederte army ary as asmajor asmajor
major of the Twentieth Twenteth Alabama Alnb a Infan Infantry infant Infantry ¬
try and ad soon afterwards nterwads was made lieu lieutenant leu leutenat lieutenant ¬
t
tenant colonel of that regiment In Oc October October October ¬
tenat tat regmenti
tober 1863 186 was wa made a brigadier general generalof
of Infantry Intamr and served until unt the close cose of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the war and ad was wa in many man battles battlesREDFTELD battes battlesREDFIELD
REDFTELD REDFL PROCTOR PROCTORSered PROCTORServed Served as aslieutenant aslieutenant
lieutenant and quartermaster quaterater of the theThird thehlrd theThird
leutenant
Third hlrd regiment of Vermont volunteers volunteer on ontho onto onthe
the staff stf rogment of Major lJajor General Generl William Viiam F FSmith FSmih FSmith
to Smith and was wa major maor of the Fifth and andcolonel andcolonel andeolonel
Smih
colonel of the Fifteenth Fiftenth Vermont regi reglmNATHAN regiment regimonth
mNATHAN ment month monthNATHAN NATHAN BAY SCOTT SCOTEnlsted SCOTTEnlisted Enlisted In the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army in 1S62 1 and was wa mustered out in
1863 1863JOHN 1 JOHN C SPOONER SPOONERVns Was a private In Incompany InlOmpay Incompany
company lOmpay JOH D I Fortieth Forteth regiment regiment and cap captain cp cptain captam ¬
tain tam of company A Fiftieth Fiftietl regiment regimentWisconsin regimentWisconsin
Wisconsin Vlcnsln infantry Infant volunteers volunteer was wa brev breveted brevetad breveted ¬
eted major at close clo e of service serviceJAMES service serviceJAMES
JAMES maor PIPER PIER TALIAFERRO TALIERROVas TALIAFERROWas Was a avolunteer aluntecr avolunteer
volunteer luntecr in Confederate Cofederte army ay In 1804 lS and andserved andsered andserved
served until the war ended endedBENJAMIN endedBENJAN endedBENJAMIN
sered BENJAMIN BENJAN unti RYAN RYA TILLMAN TIL1I PILLMANQuit Quit Quitschool ult ultschool
4 school In July 1864 18 to join the Confed Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
erate army but was wa stricken stcken with a se severe severe severe ¬
vere illness arJ which caused cused the loss of his hisleft hisleft hisleft
left eye lness and kept him an Invalid Invald for two twoy twoyers twoyears
y yers yers1L years yearsWILLIAM WILLIAM 1L I WARNERrEnlisted W ANEREnlited in 1862 1862in 1862In
in the Thirtyninth Thrtninth Wisconsin mustered musteredout musteredout musteredout
out at the close of the war with th the te rank rankFRANCIS rnk rnkof rankof
of major in the Fortfourth Fortyfourth WIsconsin WIsconsinFRCIS WisconsinFRANCIS
FRANCIS maor EMORY ElfORY WA WAed WARRENEnlist WARRENEnlisted VARRENEnllt VARRENEnllted
FRCIS the Fortyninth Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
ed in 1862 186 In Foryninth Machu Machusett
setts regiment of Infantry infant and served as asa asa asa
a sett private and noncommissioned noncmmissioned officer in inthat inthat inthat
that prvate regiment until unti It I was mustered mustere out outof outof outof
of service seice regment received receye the te congressional congressionalmedal congressionalmedal
medal nedal of honor for gallantry gnlantry on battle battlefield batte battefield battlefield ¬
field at the siege of Port Hudson was wasafterwards wasafterwards
afterwards afterards captain Cptan in the Massachusetts Massachusettsmilitia Maachusett Massachusettsmilitia
militia mUta militiaV
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I rSTATE STATE STATE NEWS NEWS I
OOCKEIS BEING H1N CLEARED CLEAREDJudge CARDJudge
Judge Ferdinand Ericksen Do Doing Doing Doing ¬
ing Great Work in Carbon CarbonCounty CarbonCounty CarbonCounty
County Judicial District DistrictPrice DistrictPrce District1Price
Price Prce Utah Ut March lIarch 4 4Judge Judge Ferdi Ferdinand Ferdinand Ferdinand ¬
nand Erlckson ErIckon concluded an adjourned adjournedterm adjoured adjouredter adjournedterm
term ter of district ditrct court cur for Carbon Carboncounty Crbon Crboncounty Carboncounty
county at Price last night in time tme time to tocatch tocatch tocatch
catch the te evening evenig train for the west westthus westthus westthus
thus enabling enablng him to spend Sunday at athis at athi athis
his hi home in Mt 1It Pleasant Pleasant The entire entiretime entiretme enUetime
time tme of the te court since last lat Thursday
has ha been consumed In listening lstening to wit witnesses witnesse witnesses ¬
nesses nesse and a arguments argments of attorneys atQrneys In Inthe inthe Inthe
the water suit of the te Wellington Welngton Canal Canalcompany Canalcompany Canalcompany
company agaist agist the Allred Alred Ditch Ditchcompany Dich Dichcomp Ditchcomp1ny
company comp ny an action acton concerning concerl g a sec secondary seeondary ¬
ondary ondar water right along Price river riverThe riverThe riverThe se
The case ca is taken tken under advisement by byhis byhis byhis
his honor honorThere honorThere honorThere
There are fewer cases caes left lel on the te cal calendar cl cledar calendar ¬
endar edar now in Emery Emer and Carbon coun counties countes counties ¬
ties tes than for years A number n mber of such suchwhich suchwhich suchwhich
which have been dragging along for formonths formonths formonths
months and even years yes have been dis disposed disposed disposed ¬
posed of by Judge Ericksen Erck5en and with withthe withte withthe
the te beginning begnnig of the June term at Price Pricethere Pce Pcethere Pricethere
there will wi be almost entirely entrely a new newslate newslate newslate
slate as It were were For the first frst time tme in inyeas inyears I Iyears
years yeas the Carbon Cabon county count jail jai was last lastweek lat latweek lastweek
week without wItout a prisoner pri9ner and the te offi officers of officers ¬
cers cer were congratulating congtulatng themselves themselvesover
over the fact fact when the spell sel was wasbroken wasbroken
broken by the arrest arest and conviction convictionof convicton convictonof
of two to fellows felows for beating beatng the railroad railroadcompany riroad riroadcomy railroadcompany
company comy out of fares fare They are ae linger lingering lnger lngerIng lingerIng ¬
ing for five fve days each since last lat Fri Frlday Fr Friday
day
dayThe
The mysterious individual individua described describedby
by The Te Herald correspondent corespondent at Hunt Huntington Huntingon Huntington
ington ingon as a abiding abidi in the cedars at the thehead te tehead thehead
head of Cedar creek near ner that tat town townproves townproves
proves to be a a crazy crz FInlander who whotroke whobroke whobroke
broke jail jal at Price Pice about two weeks weeksago weekeago weeksago
ago He walked in here with a pair of offrozen offrzen offrozen
frozen frzen feet and an unbalanced mind mindand mindand mindand
and after ater receiving rec lvngmedlcal medical treatment treatmentmade treatmentmade
made his escape escpe He was wa simply an anobject anobjet anobject
object objet of charity and was cared for foruntil forunti foruntil
until unti his hs getaway came cme about about Being Beingnow BeIngnow Beingnow
now across the te line Ine in Emery Emer It i Is up upto upto upto
to the officers ofcer of that tat county to look lookafter lookater lookafter
after ater him himThe himTe himThe
The Te twentytwo tentytwo tons of copper ore orerecently arerecenty orerecently
recently recenty shipped from Desert Deser Switch Switchby Swich Swichby Switchby
by Heber Frandsen Frndsen to the te Salt Lake Lakesmelters Le Lesmelers Lakesmelters
recently loca located located located
smelters smelers from a prospect recenty ¬
ted near Woodside netted neted the owner
12 2 a ton The T Th ore was a from fom the sur surface surface curface ¬
face and now a shaft Is being sunk on onthe onthe onthe
the vein and the Indications indIctons are for a abig abIg abig
big paying proposition propositon Dr Snyder Snyderand Snyderand Snyderand
and others oter of Provo have looked over overthe overthe overthe
the property propert and are figuring fgring to put In Ina iI ina
a mill mi for leaching leahing the ores ore Twenty Twentyor Tenty Tentyor
or thirty thirt claims surrounding surounding have been beenlocated beenlocated beenlocated
located Sam Gilson Gison shipped out a aquantity aquantt aquantity
quantity quantt of silver siver ore from this tis see section seeton seetion ¬
tion ton many years yers ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The Colorado Colordo Fuel Iron Irn company companyIs compay compayIs
Is preparing preparn to resume reume work at its itsLittle it ItsLittle
Little Litte Grande Grnde manganese mangneEe mines with withthe wit withthe
the coming of spring The ores have havein ha1rein haveIn
in the te past pst been shipped to Pueblo PuebloColo Peblo PebloColo PuebloCob
Colo Cob and are ar of a most desirable desIrble char character charater character ¬
acter ater After Ater mining the product Is Ishauled ishauled ishauled
hauled in wagons wa ons some ten miles mies to the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande Grnde Western Weter railroad riroad About Aboutthirtyfive Aboutthiryfhe Aboutthirtyfive
thirtyfive thiryfhe men are usually usualy employed employedE
E T Wolverton is shipping some man manpanese manJne manganee
station to tothe tothe tothe
panese e below Green River stton
the Jne Pueblo concern concer as a well wel and has hascontracted bascontracted hascontracted
contracted for all al the available avaiable wagons wagonsand wagonsand wagonsand
and teams In that section secton for hauling haulingat haulng haulngat
at top notch figures figuresThe f figuresThe ur urThe
The loss on the DIxon Beers stock stockof stockof stockof
of general generl merchandise at Castle Caste Dale Daleand Dae Daeand Daleand
and the building buiding of Dr W P Winters Wintersis Wnters WntersIs
is being adjusted by the Hartford and andthe andthe andthe
the Home of New York Insurance Insurnce com companies companie cornpanics ¬
panics The total insurance insurnce carried carriedwas cIed cIedwas carriedwas
was 7000 000 35000 5000 of which was on the thestock te teetock thestock
stock of merchandise merchandiseBishop merchandiseBIshop merchandiseBishop
Bishop E S Horsley Hor1ey of Price Pce ward wardhas wrd wrdha wardhas
has ha been confined confned to his bed Qe for two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks with wih rheumatism rheumatsm He is some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what Deter better today though tough far from frombeing frombeIng frombeing
being able to get around aroundurn aroundWill aroupdWI
urn Will WI HI i Aim ASK AII1IIR intf mi HIGHER I IBeet PRICES PRICESBeet
Beet Raisers Around Kaysville KaysvilleAgitating Kaysvie KaysvieAgitating KaysvilleAgitating
Agitating the Question of ofReducing ofReducing ofRedudng
Reducing Acreage AcreageKaysville AcreageKaysvie Acreage1Kaysville
Kaysville Kaysvie March 4 4Some Some of the theleading theleading theleading
leading beet growers gowers of Kaysville Kaysvle and andvicinity ad advicInity andvicinity
vicinity have been agitating agtatng the ques question queston question ¬
tion of demanding demading an a increased incresed price pricer prce prceter priceper
ton The Thepresent Theiresent Thepresent
r ter per > er ton from the sugar factory factor
present price of 425 is too low for forprofitable forproftble forprofitable
profitable proftble iresent growing gwing they say sa A farm farmers farmers farmers ¬
ers meeting meetng was held this afternoon afternoonand ateroon ateroonand afternoonand
and the question queston was discussed by rep representative representtye represexflative ¬
resentative resenttye t1 beet growers gowers but no defi definite def definite ¬
nite nie action was wa taken tken It I Is practically practicallycertain prtcaly prtcalycertin practicallycertain
certain certin however that the acreage will willbe wi willbe
be much reduced here if the factory factorydoes fatory fatorydoe factorydoes
does doe not increase the price priceThe priceThe priceThe
The Kaysville Kaysvle Milling IIUng company has hasdecided hasdecided
decided deidcd to enter the Salt Lake Lke market marketwith marketwih marketwith
with wih its is line lne of mill products product A ware warehouse warehousc warehouse ¬
house has been secured on the Short ShortLine ShortLine
Line track in Salt Sal Lake Lkc and a repre representative representative ¬ I Isentatve
sentative sentatve has been engaged The first firstshipment frt frtshipment firstshipment
shipment will wl be made next week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The city council couci will wt meet Monday Mondayevening londay Mondayevening
evening The most Important importnt business businesswill bUsinesswil bUsinesswill
will be b e the consideration conslderatlon of Simon Bam Bambergers Bambergrs Barnbergers
wil bergers bergrs application applcaton for a change In his hisfranchise hisfranchisc hisfranchise
franchise permitting perittng the use of steam steaminstead steamInstead steamInstead
instead of electricity electrcty on the Salt Lake LakeOgden Lke LkeOgden LakeOgden
Ogden road through Kaysville Kaysvfe Sen Sentiment Sentmelt Sentimerlt ¬
timent tmelt is divided for and against aginst the theproposition thepropositon theproposition
proposition propositionGeorge propositon propositionGeorge
George Swan returned Thursday Thurday from froman froman froman
an extended exended trip trp to the coast coastManager coast coasLManager
Manager Mager H J Sheffield Shefeld of the local localopera locl locloper localopera
opera oper house has been making maklng a special specialeffort specialefor specialeffort
effort efor to have Dr D Jekyll Je yl and andlr andlrHyde Mr MrHyde MrHyde
Hyde presented here and has ha suc succeeded succeeded succeeded ¬
ceeded The Theodore Lorch Lrch company companywill companywi companywill
will wi appear apper In that play Monday night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The company compay will wi bring special scenery sceneryThe scener scenerThe sceneryThe
The Mutual Improvement associa associations associatons associations ¬
tions gave an a entertainment enterInment In the theMusic theMusic theMusic
tons gve
Music hall hal Friday evening to a large largeaudience largeaudience
audience audienceLos audienceLs audienceLos
Los Ls Platicadoras Patcdoras club cub met yesterday yesterdaywith yesterdaywith yesterdaywith
with Mrs Mr Dr Gleason GleasonMiss GleasonMiss GleasonMiss
Miss Lillian Lilan Gardner of Af Aton Atton ton Wyo Wyois WyC
is visiting vising with wit friends in Kaysville Kaysvilleand Kaysvle Kaysvleaml Kaysvllleand
and Layton LaytonTo LaytonTo LaytonTo
To the Despondent liespondentIf 1t pondent pondentI
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if your nerves neres are all al unstrung unstrng and andyou andyou andyou
you cannot cnnot sleep if i you are losing losingweight losingweight losingweight
weight ano aa and you are agingprematurely agingprematurelyPalmo agngprematureiy agngprematureiyPalo
Palmo Palo Tablets Tablet will wi cure cire you ou or 6r r they theycost tey teycost theycost
cost you nothing Dont you you want to tolook tolook tolook
look and feel younger P 50 cents centsBook cent centsBook
Book Free Address The S R Foil FoilCo Fei FeilCo
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For sale sle by F FJ J nf Hill Drug Drg Co CoCALIFORNIA CoCALIFORNIA CoCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA RATES RAT5TODAY RAT5TODAYColonIst RATSTODAY RATSTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYColonist
Colonist rate of 2500 2 2506 OO to San Fran Francisco Fan Fancisco FranCISCOr ¬
cisco Los Ls Angeles and Intermediate Intermediatepoints Jnteredlate Jnteredlatepoints Intermediatepoints
points via the te Salt Lake Lke Route 17 17West 11West 17West
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Tabernacle at Ephraim Filled FilledWith Fied FiedWith FilledWith
With Relatives and Friends Friendsof Friendsofthe
of ofthe the Deceased DeceasedEphraim DeceasedEhrm DeceasedEphralrn
Ephraim Ehrm March Marh 4 4Fneral 4Funeral Funeral services sSrvicesover s servicesover rices ricesover
over the te remains of Mrs Karen Han Hansen Hansen Hansen
sen were held in the tabernacle yes yesterday ye yeterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon aferoon A throng that near nearly ner nerb nearly ¬
ly filled fled the t house attended atended The he floral floralgifts fora floralgifts
gifts gfts were very ver numerous numerou and beauti beautiful beaut beautiful ¬
ful indeed Addresses were wer made by byErlck byErck byErick
Erick Erck Christensen C C C A A Christen Christensen Chris n nsen
sen Joseph osephE E Andersen Joseph Y TJensen YJ YJensen
Jensen J nsen and ad Bishop C R R Dorms All Allof Anof Allof
of them paid tribute to the splendid splendidcharacter splendidcharcter splendidcharacter
character charcter faithfulness faihfulness and womanly womanlyvirtues womanlyvirtues womanlyvirtues
virtues of the te deceased deceaed and invoked invokedthe invokedthe Invokedthe
the blessings upon the mourners Spe Special SpecIal Special ¬
cial music was furnished furishe by the taber tabernacle tber tbernacle tabernacle ¬
nacle choir John ohn rendered
Bailey Baiey a asolo asolo asolo
solo 0 Grave Grve Where Is Thy Vic Victory Victor Vietory ¬
tory tor A large concourse of friends friendsfollowed fIendsfolowed friendsfollowed
followed folowed the remains to the Park Prk cern cemetery eemetetY cernetery ¬
etery where the interment Interent took place placePresident Dlace placePresident
President J 3 P Hansen of the Com Commercial ComIeria1 Cornmercial ¬
mercial Ieria1 club has announced the names namesof namesof namesof
of the the standing stnding committees comlttecs which will willhave wf willhave
have in charge the work of the club clubduring clubduring clubdurIng
during the coming coring year as follows followsPublic folow folowPublc followPublic
Public Publc Affairs 4aIrsfcers 4ffairsOfflcers Officers and chairmen chairmenof
of the various standing stnding committees committeesFinance commitees commiteesFinanceWiard committeesFinanceWillard
Finance FinanceWiard FinanceWillard Willard Pehrsen Pehren chairman chairmanC chairan chairanC
C R R Dorms Drns Peter Lund H P Lar Larsen Larsen Larsen
sen and J F McCafferty McCaffertyHouse 1IcCfert McCaffertyHouse
House and Entertainment EntertainmentJoseph Joseph N NHansen NHansen NHansen
Hansen chairman chaIran Rasmus Rsmus Hansen E EP EP EP
P Thomander C E Strong and A C CNielsen CIHelsen CNielsen
Nielsen IHelsen jr jrMembership jrlIembershipOto JrMembershIpOtto
Membership lIembershipOto MembershIpOtto Otto Nielsen chairman chairmanJoseph chairma chairmanJoseph
Joseph P Andersen H F Nielsen NielsenFred NielsenFed NielsenFred
Fred Fed Jorgensen Jorgesen and P C Petersen PetersenLegislation PetersenLgislatonEphraim PetersenLegislationEphrairn
Legislation LgislatonEphraim LegislationEphrairn Ephraim Hansen chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man Christian Christa Wlllardsen Wfardsen James JamesFrost JamesFost JamesFrost
Frost Fost and Ole Larsen LarsenThe Lrsen LrsenThe LarsenThe
The president preident has also aso named a com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitee to select a name for the club clubC clubC clubC
C J Fisher Fsher C J Christensen Chrstensen Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Fred Fed Christensen Mrs Mr J C CFrost CFrost CFrost
Frost Mrs Mr C W W Ericksen and a num number number number ¬
ber of others left this morning for Salt SaltLake SaltLke SaltLake
Lke Lake where they have been sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned to appear apper as a witnesses winesses in the thecase thece thecase
case ce of Rlngvald Rlnga1d Jensen ensen vs the Denver DenverRio DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grande Grde Western Railroad Riroad com company company cornpany ¬
pany The case cse has been set for hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing on Monday llonday before beforeudge Judge Lewis Lwis of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the district court cour for Salt Lake Lke county
The dancing dancng hall hal known as the Lar Larsen Lr Lrsen Larsen ¬
sen Pavilion Pvlon was wa sold this week to An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬
drew Hansen The deal made whereby wherebythis wherebytis
this tis hall hal was wa purchased purchaed closes coses the theopera theopera theopera
opera house for a period of thirtytwo thirtytwomonths thhtytwomonths thirtytwomonths
months The management of the opera operahouse operahouse operahouse
house will wI receive reive a 1 bonus of 1175 a amonth amonth amonth
month to keep kee their house closed closedagainst cosed cosedagst closedagainst
against agst dancing for the abovenamed abovenamedperiod abovenamedperiod abovenamedperiod
period periodThe periodThq periodTh
The Th stockholders stohol e of the Bank of ofEphraim ofEhrim ofEphraim
Ephraim Ehrim will wn hold a special specal meeting meetng on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 9 for the purose purpose of considering consideringthe consideringthe
the proposition propositon of building buidIng a permanent permanenthome permanenthome permanenthome
home for the bank Most of the stock stockholders stockholder stockholders ¬
holders holder are in favor of erecting erectng a ahandsome ahadsome ahandsome
handsome hadsome bank building buidIng at the inter Jntersection intersection ntersecton ¬
section secton of Main and Center streets streetsJoseph streetsJoseph streetsJoseph
Joseph Soderberg purchased the Ar Arcade Arcade Arcade ¬
cade building buiding from Heber Nielsen this thisweek thIsweek thisweek
week for S700 S700Assistant 700 700Assistnt 700Assistant
Assistant Assistnt Claim Agent Aent Laurence Lurence Has Rasmussen R Hasmussen
mussen and Attorney Atorney Riter of the Den DenVer DenVer DenVer
Ver Rio Grande Grn e Railway Raiway company companywere companywere companywere
were In this city ct yesterday looking lookng up upevidence upvidece upevidence
evidence videce in the case cae of Rlngvald Ringald Jen Jensen Jensen Jensen ¬
sen vs the abovenamed railroad riroad com company company cornpany ¬
pany panyAttorney panyAttorey panyAttorney
Attorney Attorey James ame W Cherry of Mt MtPleasant MtPleaant MtPleasant
Pleasant Pleaant was In town on legal business businessyesterday businessyesterday businessyesterday
yesterday yesterdayMrs yesterdayMrs yesterdayMrs
Mrs W F s Porter and Master Glenn Glennof Glennof Glennof
of Salt Sal Lake Lke are visiting Yisltng fIater with wih Mr and andMrs and1fr andirrs
Mrs 1fr M F Murray of this city cityStormof ciy ciySERIOUS citySERIOUS
SERIOUS FOR THE SEINERS SEINERSStori SE1NERSStormof
Stormof Stori of Sunday Prevented PreventedUtah PreventedUt PreventedUtah
Utah Ut h Lake Fishermen From FromCatching FromCatch FromCatching
Catching Catch i ng Their Th ei r Prey PreyProvo PreyProvo PreyProvo
Provo March Mach 4 4The The snow sow and ad sleet sleststorm sle sleetstorm t tstor
storm stor which has been ben in the valley aIe all allday al allday
day day was wa particularly parUc larlY heavy heav in and around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the lake lae In addition additon to this the wind was wasso wasso
so strong stong on the lake that tat seining was wasimpossible wasimpossible
impossible impossible This prevented the fisher fishermen fsher fshermen fishermen ¬
men from rom getting gettng In all al the work they
Intended Intende before before the close of their privi privilege privilege pririloge ¬
lege to seine which as has ha been stated statedIn
In The Te Heraldexpires Herd Herald expires tomorow tomorrow County
Fish Fsh and ad Game Gae Warden Waden Jones states that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the abuse cf f the privilege prIviege of seining by
taking tkng game gme fish was not general most mostcf mostof mostof
of the seiners observing obserng their gner agreement agreementto ageement ageementto
to takeonly common fish But as l the theseining theseining theseining
seining was in the nature of a a privilege privilegeland priviege priviegead privilegeand
land ad the question queston of o its It strict legality legalitymight legalt legaltmght legalitymight
might mght be raised rised If the case cae was wa taken takenInto takenInto takeninto
Into the courts eours on a prosecution for sein seining seinIng seinIng ¬
ing game gme fish he did proseuton not feel like lke bring brng
Ing prosecutions proseutons and ad therefore therefore recom recomI recommended recommended
I mended that the privilege prviege be withdrawn withdrawnon wIthdrwn wIthdrwnn
on n which whch recommendation reommendaton Commissioner CommissionerSharp Commssfoner CommssfonerSharp CommissionerSharp
Sharp acted acted While Vhle this course course seemed seemednecessary seemednecessar seemednecessary
necessary necessar by reason reaon of certain certan fishermen fishermenfailing fIsheren fIsherenfalng fishermenfailing
failing falng to keep their pledge and return returning returning returning ¬
ing the game gae fish to the te lake Mr M Jones Jonesregrets Jone Jonesregrets
regrets regets the necessity necesiy and regrets regets that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the violators of the pledge pl de were so ob obtuse ohtuse ¬
tuse to their own ow Interests Interest that for the thesake thesae thesake
sake sae of maketng marketing a few game gme fish they
jeopardized jeopadized their opportunity opprunity to take takelarge tke tkelarge takelarge
large quantities quatte of thecommon the common fish fih He Hestated H Hstted Hostated
stated stted that tat many of the game gme fish werenot werenot were
1 not taken taennot takennot not really rely enough to pay the thedishonest thedishonest thedishonest
dishonest fishermen fisheren for the trouble they theytook theytook theytook
tiously took to get the rato mtothe the market mket surrepti surreptitiously suept surreptitiously ¬
The T Brigham Brgham Young Youn university the te Ag Agricultural Agrcultural Agrictiltural ¬
ricultural rcultural college colege and the Brigham Brgham Young Youngcollege Youngcolege Youngcollege
college colege are ae considering con iderIng the question queston of offorming otforming offorming
forming an a Intercollegiate Intercolegate debating debatng debatngcaue
league caue A A committee comite consisting c nslstng of pel Dell DellD DellD
D Boyer Ber of the B Y IT F r D > Farrell Farrellof Frrel
of the A C and ad Parley Paley E Peterson Peteron of ofthe otthe ofthe
the B Y C has ha drawn up articles artcles of ofagreement ofatrement ofagreement
agreement atrement which will 11 be submitted submited to the therespective therespectve therespective
respective respectve schools and if adopted adopte will willprovide wl willprovide
provide for thr thre > e debates debtes each yean year The Theprogramme Theproae Theprogramme
programme proae for the te present year as out outlined outlned outlined ¬
lined lned In the report report is as follows foIow B Y Y1T yP VV
1T V3 v B Y C Logan Logn May B Y U Uvs Uvs Uvs
vs U A A C Provo Pmro April Aprl B Y C vs vsU vsC vsU
U A A C c Logan Lg May MayC
C W V Barnes Bar3 went to Salt Slt Lake LI today todayto
to attend atend the funeral funera of the late Walter WalterS Water WaterS
S Moss MossOrlando 11055 11055Orlando MossOrlando
Orlando Warner Waer of Kqnab nab has ha under undergone undergone undergone ¬
gone a successful succesful operation operton for a 0 tumor tumorof tumorot tumorof
of the neck at the Provo general gncral hos hospital hospi hocPi43 ¬
pital pitalThe pi taL taLhe
Pi43 The he two Salt Lake Iko boys Harold Hrold Cares Careswell Cros Croswel Careswelt
well wel and Joseph MatthewS lIathews who took a ajaunt ajaunt ajaunt
jaunt to Payson last lat week and yesterday yesterdayreached yesterdayreached yesterdayreached
reached Provo on their homeward trip tripwere tripwere tripwere
were given Jlven transportation to Salt Lake Lakethrough Lae Laethrough Lakethrough
through Judge Brown of the th < Salt Sal Lake Lakejuvenile Llkejuenle Lakejuvenile
juvenile juenle court cuurt Sheriff Harmon Ha mon called calledthe cled cledte calledthe
the te judge up over the phone and ad told toldhim told1Im i
him the boys bys were here and wanted to toget toget toget
get back back The Te judge judg had a talk tlk with withCareswell wih wihCareswel withCareswell
Careswell Careswel over the phono phon after which he heasked heasked i iasked
asked the sheriff sherff o give the boys bys money moneyto
to pay their fare and gve he Judge Judge Brown Brownwould Brownwould Brownwould
would send a check chek for the amount amount Sher Sheriff Sherif Slier1ff ¬
iff if Harmon Haron asked aske if he should accompany accompanythe
the young tourists tourist to the depot and HCH HCHthat et etthat 1 1that
that they got ot on the train trin and was wa told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that this would not 1o be necessary necessaryHOME necessaryHOME cessa cessaHOM
HOME HOM E FROM THE TH E SOUTH SOUTHAmerican SOUTHAericn SOUTHAmerican
American Fork March 4 4Jake Jake Green Greenwood Greenw GreenwOod ¬
Aericn
wood w od and R R W Jones who went with withthe withthe withthe
the B P O E E excursion excurion to Los Ls Angeles Angelesreturned Angelesretured Angelesreturned
returned retured home yesterday They Tey are elated elatedwith elatMwih elatedwith
with wih California CaIfornia Mr rr Jones investing in infour Infour illfour
four city ciy lots lot while whie there th in a n anew new town townnear townner townnear
near ner Los Angeles He bought bouh ne1 them as asan asan asan
an Investment Investment AnbeJc as he thinksUtah thlnkUtah thinks 1tnh Is good goodenough goodenough goodenough
enough for him to live Ive In InDavid inDavid inDavid
David Jones of Provohas Pr Vo has been bee engaged engagedby snedby
by the American Fork Steam Laundry Laundrytotake Lundr to totake totake
take charge ch rge of their works wrks here He has
I RECURRENCE OF SEVEN SEVENleading SEVENLea
L leading Lea Place Pl Placein ce in i Literature Litrte History Hstr istory Music usic and Religion
Hippocrates declared elared that ta the te sep septenary septenar septenary ¬
tenary tenar number < by its it occult virtues virtueslends virtuesJends virtueslends
lends to the te accomplishment accomDlshment of all allthings al allthings
things and Is the tE dispenser of life and andfoundation andfoundaton andfoundation
foundation foundaton of all al its it changes chagcs says saysChambers saysChamber saysChambers
Chambers Journal JournalLike
Chamber Journll JournllLIke Journijl JournijlLike
Like the number numb r three seven has hasfrom hasfrom hasfrom
from time tme immemorial immemoral held hel a conspic conspicuous cnspic cnspicuous conspicuous ¬
uous and sacred place in the te scheme schemeof
of things thing Just exactly exacty why this thisshould tis tisshould thisshould
should be so it is difficult difcult to deter determine determine determine ¬
mine because although athough wefind we fnd flnd a defi definite def dofinite ¬
nite reason In many cases In others othersIt
It would appear apear to be purely accident accidental ccidentat ¬
al at Human nature moreover when whenkeenly whe whenkeenly
keenly set on establshing establishing a theory tleOl Is Isever isever isever
ever prone prne to look around aound In all al direc directions dlrect directiOns ¬
tions t ns picking up everything that thatseems thatseeis thatseems
seems seeis to fit ft the mosaic mosic That Tat the theancients theancient theancients
ancients ancient considered eonsid red uneven numbers to tohave tohae tohave
have special force and efficacy efcacy there Is Isabundant Isabundant isabundant
abundant proof prof Shepherds of ancient ancientGreece ancIentGreece ancientGreece
Greece were especially enjoined to see seethat seethat ee eethat
that the number of their sheep be not noteven noteven noteven
even That Tat there tere were seven sages sges of ofancient orancient ofancient
ancient Greece and just seven won wonders wonders wonders ¬
ders of the ancient world savors very verymuch ver verymuch
much of chance or coincidence Al Although A Although ¬
though three was considered most ac acceptable acceptble atceptable ¬
ceptable ceptble to the gods gds Aristotle ArIstote tells tellshow tels telshow tellshow
how because Infants
bcause weakly infant commonly commonlydied commonlydied commonlydied
died before this date the seventh day daywas daywas daywas
was therefore honored with wih the solemn solemnfestival solemnfestval solemnfestival
festival festval of naming a child chid Even in inthis I inthis
this twentieth twenteth century centur the luck In odd oddnumbers oddnumbersthirteen oddnumbersthirteen
numbers numbersthirteen thirteen alone excepted exceptedIs exceptedIslargely exceptedIslargely Is Islargely
largely believed beleved In Inseyen seven as frequent frequently ¬
ly as three tre and as recently recenty as last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year a wise Ise woman of the te Emerald EmeraldIsle Emerld EmerldIsle EmeraldIsle
Isle seriously terols1y asserted assered that there was wasno wasno wasno
no cure for a certain childs chids complaint complaintunless complaintunless complaintunless
unless the seventh son of a seventh seventhson
son could be discovered for the deed deedBut deedBut deedBut
But a curious old rhyme respecting respectingmagpies respcctng respcctngmagies respectingmagpies
magpies magies would seem to contradict contradlcr this thismagic thAsmagic thIsmagic
magic potency of seven sevenOne s sevenOne en enOne
One for sorrow sorrowz two for truth truthfhree truthLree truththree
three Lree for a wedding four for a a a birthFve birthFive birth birthFive
Five Fve for heaven six for hell hellSeven hel hellSeven
Seven for the thedens deIls own self selfMrs sel selMrs sePMrs
Mrs Hemans in i apostrophizing apostrphizing an ancient ancent andent ¬
dent cent Rome thus refers it will wfbe be re remembered remembered remembered ¬
membered to her unique position positionOn psition psitionOn
On thy seven seven hills his of yore yoreThou yoreThou yoreThou
Thou satst a queen queenAnother queenAnother queenAnother
Another classic cassi instance instnce similarly similarlycurious simiarly simiarlycurious similarlycurious
curious may be recalled recalledSeven rec recalledSeven U d dSeven
Seven wealthy wealhy towns contend for Ho Homer Horer Homer ¬
mer rer dead deadThrough deadTrough deadThrough
Through Trough which the living lving Homer Homerbegged Homerbeged Homerbegged
begged beged his brEad bicadHistory brEadHistor breadHistory
History Histor records many more more One in inevidence mevidence inevidence
evidence just now noW is that long secretly secretlyguarded secretiyguared secretlyguarded
guarded guared Chapel of the te Pyx Px dedicated dedicatedby
by b Edward the Confessor to St St Peter Peterand Pererand Peterand
and on this account obviously only onlyentered oniyentered onlyentered
entered even in later years by those thosestately thosestately thosestately
stately officers ofccrs of state stte when seven sevenhuge sevenhuge sevenhuge
huge keys had unfastened Its heavy heavydouble heavydoublo
doublo door doorIt doorI doorIt
It I Is to be regretted regeted that little now nowremains nowremains nowremains
remains of the original locality loclty where wherefamed wherefamed here herefamed
famed St S1 Giles Gies ancient ancent limits lmit spread spreadand spreadand spreadand
and where an inrailed inri d column reared rearedits rearedIs rearedits
its Is lofty lofy head headHere headHere headHere
Here to seven streets street seven dials count countthe countthe countthe
the day dayAnd dayAnd dayAnd
And from each other catch the te circling circlingray circlng circlngry circlingray
ray raybut ry rybut raybut
but the name of Seven Dials Dils Is In itself itselfsufficient itelf itelfsufcient Itselfsufficient
sufficient sufcient testlmcny testcny to one more honor honorlaid honorlaId honorlaid
laid to this typical tpical number numberThat numberThat numberThat
That folks folk were in olden times oc occasionally occasionaly occaslonally ¬
casionally casionaly scared out of their seven sevensenses sevensenses sevensenses
senses early Indicates the number of ofsenses ofsenses ofsenses
senses at the time tme recognized sup supposedly supposedly supposedly ¬
posedly under un er the Influence infuence of the theseven theEeen theseven
seven planets On this ana anc other the tneories teores thecries
cries ores the ancient Hebrews Egyptians EgyptiansPersians Egtans EgtansPersians EgyptiansPersians
Persians and Geeks founded their re respect respect respect ¬
spect and reverence for the number numberseven numler numlerseven numberseven
seven The seven bodies of alchemy alchemymay alchemymay alchemymay
may be appropriately apprpriately referred to here hereOne her hereOne
One of the he more prominent proofs proofsof
of the original orl nal significance sigIfc1nce of seven in inuse tnuse inuse
use at the present day Is a seven sevenyears sevenyear sevenyears
years year lease instituted Insttuted because becuse life lifewas lte ltewas lifewas
was supposed to be in danger dager and ad un undergo undergo undergo ¬
dergo a change every eyer seven years yearsHence yeareHence yearsHence
Hence we have Shakespeare following followingup
up this supposition suppositon and affirming afring in inthose inthose inthose
those oftrepeated ofrepeated r lines linesr linesAnd Une Unend linesAnd
And nd one man in his time tme tlmeplays plays many manyparts manypart manyparts
parts partsHis part partsHis
His acts being seven ages agesyears agesClosely agesClosely
Closely aled allied of o course Is the seve seveyears seven sevenyears
years apprenticeship apprenUce Jtp and that dread dreadmoved dreadmoved dreadmoved
moved his home homeC his family famly over and will wi make this thishis tis tishis thishis
C M Beck spent today in Salt Sal Lake LakeCity Le LeCit LakeCity
City Cit on business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The regular regula monthly priesthood prietood meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing of the Alpine stake stke was held In Sci Science Science Scence ¬
ence hall hal this forenoon a good repre representation representton representation ¬
sentation sentton was present pr 3ent from nearby nearbytowns nearbytowns
towns
I
VERY SUDDEN DEATH DEATHScofield DEATHScofield DEATHUScofieid
Scofield Boy Suffered Only a Few FewHours FewHours FewHours
Hours With Brain Fever FeverScofield FeverSofeld FeverScofield
Scofield Sofeld March 2 Raymond 2Pymond Wilson Wison the thelittle theHUh thelittle
little 12yearold 1 orold boy of Mr Asfc A A Wilson Wilsondied Wison Wisondied Wilsondied
died today toda at about 1 oclock after afer suffer suffering sufterIng sufferlug ¬
ing only a few hours from an attack attck of ofbrain ofbrin ofbrain i
brain brin fever feverWilliam feverVlJ feverWilliam
William VlJ Brown Brow has been ben suffering suferIng the thepast te tePat thepast
past Pat few days from an attack atack of rheu rheumatism rheumatsm rhoumatism ¬
matism matsm but Is reported rported as being on the themend themend themend
mend mendThe mendThe mendThe
The town t wn officers offcers are changing changng their theirquarters theIrqurtrs theirquarters
quarters qurtrs having ranted r ted two t o offices ofices from fromA
A Madaen Sons ns on Front Font street steEt street This Thisgives Thisgve Thisgives
gives them tha much more room rom and and a cor cordial corla cordial ¬
gve dial la Invitation InvItton Is extended extEnded to all al who de desire desire desire ¬
sire to attend atend the board bard meetings meetingsSome meetngs meetngsSome meetingsSome
Some difficulty difficuly has been ben experienced experiencedthe exrienced exriencedthe
the past week In getting gettng up and down downfrom downfrom
from frm Clear Clea creek with teams owing to tothe tothe tothe
the recent snowfall nwaI and the tle heavy hCIvy drifts driftsE rltt
E A Shae Shae returned yesterday ester ay from a ashort ashort ashort
short trip tip In the valleys v l s It I is under understood understood understood ¬
stood he is going to move to Ogden or orSalt orSl orSalt
Salt Lake Lke In in the near future futureDr futureDr futureDr
Sl Dr E B BJIsgen BJlsgreen Isgreenis 1 Is in Salt Slt Lake Lae on onbusiness onbusines onbusiness
business businessLouis busines businesLuis businessLouis I
Louis Luis Alant at is reported being on the thesick thesick thesick I
sick list Is suffering suferng from an attack atack of ofpneumonia orIJn ofpneumonia
pneumonia pneumoniaWORKING IJn pneumoniaWORKING umonla umonlaWORKING I
WORKING COUNTRYTOWNS COUNTRYTOWNSSharper
Sharper Caught at Nephi but Got GotOff Gotl GotlOf GotOff
Off With Small Fine FineNephi FineNcphl Fine1ephi
Of
Nephi Utah March Mach 3 3This This morning G GW Gr Gv
W v r Wilson whose whoe real name is Fitzger Fitzgerald Fitger Fitgerald FltzgeraId ¬
ald was brought before beore Justice Justce Cooper Coopercharged Coopr Cooprcharged Coopercharged
charged with wih obtaining money under false falsepretenses falsepretenes 1
pretenses pretensesThis preten pretenesPlus e
This Tis man came to Nephi a n few days daysago da daysago s
ago claiming oaimlng to be a a representative of ofLeslies otLesles ofLeslies I
Leslies Lesles Weekly and made repreentatve some very verygood verygood verygood
good bargains bagains to Induce people to be become become become ¬
come subscribers subsribers to the magazine maine He Hesucceeded Hesucceeded I Isucceeded
succeeded in taking a number of sub subscriptions subscriptions ¬
scriptions scrptons and obtaining all al the way from fromi
50 i cents to 2 on each subscription subscriptionThe subscipton subsciptonTe
The Te officers offcers became suspicious of him himnnd himnnd himand
nnd began to investigate invetgate the matter matterThey mater materThey matterThey
They telegraphed telegphed Leslies Lles Weekly Weeky and andlearned andleared andlearsed
learned leared that they had no agent of the thekind thekind thekind
kind on the road and he was immediately immediate ¬
ly arrested This morning morlng he was fined finedo tInedhich finedIn
In o which hich was all al the money m ney he had The Thoofficers Te Teorl Theofficers
officers orl rs are warnIng different ditf rent communi communities comuni comunites coramunities ¬
ties to look out for r this man manMrs manMr manMrs
tes
Mrs Mr Carrie CarIe Sorenson a a young lady ladyabout ladyabout ladyabout
about 30 3 years ears of age a died dl d today of con consumption consumpton conaumption ¬
sumption sumpton Miss ls Sorenson as was wa a well weI re respected respected respetcd ¬
spected citizenof citzen citizen of Nephi NephJ She SheIeaves leaves one onebrother onebrther onebrother
brother brther and four sisters to mourn her herI herloss herloss
I loss noum 1
ed seven even years y r penal servitude servitudemade sertude sertudemade servitudemade
made so conspicuous In the te case of ofAdolf ofAdolf ofAdolf
Adolf Beck Beckwhich which when the te sin mer merits merit merIts ¬
its it such severity severt becomes becmes twice and andthree andthre andthree
three thre times tmes seven sevenIt sevenI sevenIt
It I may be observed obsered in passing pasing that thatseven tat tatseven thatseven
seven witnesses witesses were required by the theHebrews theHebrews theHebrews
Hebrews to attest atest an oath The Theone Theoneinsance onej one oneinstance
instance insance probably when seven judges judgeswere judgeswere judgeswere
were deputed to sit in judgment judgent was wasthat wasthat
that of those appointed by the justice justiceloving justce justcelovIng justiceloving
loving though unpardonIng Maria Car Caroline Carolie Caroline ¬
oline olie of Naples for the Junta of ofState ofStte ofState
Stte State over persons accused of poison poisonThe polsonThe poisonThe
The deadly sins of the Catholic Catholicchurch CatoUc CatoUcchurch CathOlicchurch
church were strange strnge to say sa formerly formerlyeight formerlyeIght formerlyeight
eight until unt somewhere In the te Middle MiddleAges MiddleAges MiddleAges
Ages there tere dawned a happier day and andthe andthe andthe
the monks in a lenient mood and with witha wit
a leaning toward the te mystical mysticl number numberenacted numberenacted numberenacted
enacted that tat there should be only onlyseven onlyseven onlyseven
seven sevenDumas sevenDuma sevenDumas
Dumas Duma in his Isabel Iabel of Bavaria Bavariarefers Bavariarefers Bavariarefers
refers to an ancient an ient privilege priviege which whichauthorized whichauthorized whichauthorized
authorized the deputies deputes of the te six mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant bodies to accompany accompa the kings kingsand kingsand kingsand
and queens of France Fance upon their entry entryinto entr entryInto
into Paris from the gate gte of St S1 Denis Denisto
to o the te palace pala e followed folowed on this tis occasion occasionby occasionby occasionby
by the te representatives representtves of the different differentmanufacturing diferent diferentmanufacturlngbodiesclotheq differentmanufacturing
manufacturlngbodiesclotheq bodies clothed to
manufacturing rep represent represent represent ¬
resent the seven capital capitl sins and andby andby andby
by way of contrast contrt the seven Chris Christian Chris1ian Christian ¬
tian 1ian virtues The recognized recogIzed sins sinsand sinsand sinsand
and virtues appear to have varied variedslightly variedslightly arIedsIghty
slightly sIghty at various riou9 periods of religious religioushistory religioushistory
relgous relgoushIstor
history hIstor though in number usually usuallyseven usualy usualyseven usuallyseven
seven sevenKingsley sevenKIngley sevenKingsley
Kingsley KIngley it will wl be remembered rememberedsays
says Every Ever duty which is bidden to towait towat towait
wait wat returns rturs with wih seven fresh duties dutiesat dutes dutesat dutiesat
at its it back back The Mahometans Mahometns believe believein beleve belevein
in an angel who before recording recordingmans recordIngmas recordingmans
mans mas ill 11 deeds waits wait seven hours hoursperadventure hoursperadventure hoursperadventure
peradventure he may seek pardon pardonTo
To be b In the seventh sventh heaven of de delight delght delight ¬
light lght Is a qualitative qualatve term still sti In use usefor usefor usefor
for superlative superlatve expression and may be betraced betraed betraced
traced traed to the te cabalistic cabalstc belief beIef In sev seven sevnheavens sevenheavens n nheavens
heavens although Ptolemy recognized recognizedonly recogized recogizedonly recognizedonly
only five fve the te Hebrews three and and other othersystems othersystems othersystems
systems nine of these tee states sttes To refer referagain referagin referagain
again agin to Shakespeare he on more than thanone thanohe thanone
one occasion occaIon showed considerable pref preference prefrence preference ¬
erence for seven sven convinced seemingly seeminglyof
of the te divinity in i odd numbers He Hespeaks Hespeaks Hespeaks
speaks of tears salted saled seven times tmes His Hisprophetic Hisprophetc Hisprophetic
prophetic prophetc wish that there shall shal be in inEngland InEngland inEngland
England seven sevenhalfpenny halfpenny loaves loave sold soldfor soldfor soldfor
for a penny assuredly came from a akindly akindly akindly
kindly heart hert as well as a that tat thought thoughtful ¬
ful reflection refecton of the potential potentfl good ood lurk lurkIng lurking lurkIng
Ing In seven hundred pounds and pos possibilities posslblUes poesibilitles ¬
sibilities slblUes In an age so greedy geedy of gold goldas
as the present preent the same could hardly hardlybe hard hardbe
be expressed In less than seven figures figureswhile fgures fguresvhle figureswhile
while vhle in the eyes eye of the extremest sec section secton seetion ¬
tion ton of these money minded mortals mortalsperhaps morals moralsperhaps mortalsperhaps
perhaps perhaps 7000000 70000 pounds is barely ade adequate adequate adequate ¬
quate for fortheir their teir designation desigaton of bliss blissSpace bUe blissSpace
Space will wl not permit penIt the enumera enumeration enumer enumeration ¬
tion ton of all al the Instances in which seven sevenIs sevenis sevenis
Is preeminently set forth In the Scrip Scriptures Scriptures Scriptures ¬
tures It I is interwoven with wih almost almostevery almostevery almostevery
every Biblical Biblcal story stor Beginning with withthe withte withthe
the te creation creaton we find fnd that the seventh seventhday seventhday seventhday
day was wa consecrated to rest Noah had hadseven hadseven hadseven
seven days warning waring of the floodr food flood and andby andby andby
by command took fowls of the air and andclean andclean andclean
clean beasts beat by sevens The ark arktouched arktouched arktouched
touched ground gound on the seventh sevent month monthand monthand monthand
and after seven days a dove was sent sentout se sentout t tout
out and again agin after afer seven days more moreOn moreOn moreOn
On the seventh day of the seventh seventhmonth seventhmonth seventhmonth
month a holy observance obserance was ordained ordainedto
to the children of Israel The seventh seventhyear seventhyear
sevent
year was wa a Sabbath Sabbat of rest for all allthings al allthings
things At the end of seven times timesseven timeeseven timesseven
seven began begn the grand gnd jubilee jubiee Every Everyseventh Everyseventh
seventh year yer the land lay fallow fallowEvery fan fallowEvery ow
Every seventh year saw a grand gand re release release ¬ I
lease feae from all al debts Jacob served servedseven servedseven servedseven
seven and yet seven years yeas for Rachel RachelPharaohs Rachel RachelPharaohs
Pharaohs dream drea predicted seven years yearsof yearsof I Iof
of plenty and seven of famIne Whenthe When Whenthe I Ithe
the sluggard Is spoken of as a wiser wisr in inhis inhis i
his own conceit concei than seven men that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can render a a reason reaon the number would wouldseem wouldseem wouldseem
seem seem to be selected selecte without wihout any spe special specIal special ¬
cial purpose 1nirpose The fiery fer furnace for forShadrach forShadrch forShadrach
Shadrach Shadrch Meshach and Abednego was washeated washeat washeated
heated heat d seven seven times tmes hotter boter than usual usualwith usualwih usualwith
with wih rather rther more significance sigifcnce just as asthe ashe asthe
the he old law bade bde men forgive forgve his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother seven sven times tme seven and atd the thenewer thenewer thenewer
newer law seventy times tmes seven seVln At Atthe Atte Atthe
the te destruction destructon of Jericho Jercho seven Is Iscuriously iscuriously iscuriously
curiously emphasized Seven priests priestsbore priestsbore
bore seven trumpets trmpet seven days daj and andon andon andon
on the seventh sevent surrounded ftrounded d the walls wallsseven waUsseven wallsseven
seven times tmes Balaam Balam when whel sacrificing sacrificingprepared scrifcing scrifcingprepared sacrificingprepared
prepared seven altars altrs Turning to toJob toJob toJob
Job we see his friends sitting sIttng with withhim withhim
him seven days and seven nights night and andoffering andoering andoffering
offering oering seven bullocks and seven rams ramsas rms rmsas ramsas
as atonement atoneent King Ahasuerus Ahauerus in the theSeventh theSeventh theseventh
Seventh year of his reign reig feasted f asted seven sevendays sevendays sevendays
days and on the te seventh directed directedseven directedseven directedseven
seven chamberlains chamb rains to find fnd a queen queenwho queenwho queenwho
who was allowed alowed seven maidens to at attend atterd attend ¬
tend terd her For leprosy seven dips In InJordan inJordan inJordan
Jordan were enjoined enj lne upon Naaman NaamanThe Naamat NaarnanThe
The lamps of the Tabernacle Taberacle numbered numberedseven numberedseven numberedseven
seven Seven different diferent persons are arebrought arebrought arebrought
brought back to life lfe Enoch was the theseventh thesevcnth theseventh
seventh after Adam and Christ Chrst also alsotranslated alsotranslated alsotranslated
translated the te seventyseventh seventyseventhFrom seventyseventhFrom
From the te cross crss he spoke seven times timesHe tires tiresHe timesHe
He appeared appered seven times tmes Another Anotherstriking Anotherstriking Anotherstriking
striking Instance Is when Christ Chrst cast castout cst cstout castout
out seven devils devis Frequently Frequenty seven sevenappears eevenappear sevenappears
appears appear to be typical of thoroughness thoroughnessand
and completeness completenessThe comletenes comletenesThe
The Apocalypse Apocl pse likewise lkewie revels in inthis inthis
this revered number It I may may also be benoted benote benoted
noted note that the apostles aposte planted seven sevenchurches sevenchurches sevenchurches
churches in Asia and ad that tat the sacred sacredbooks sacredbook sacredbooks
books book or Bibles of the world are seven sevenin sven svenin sevenin
in numbernamelY number namely our Christian Christan Bi Bible BIble B BbIe ¬
ble the te Koran Korn the tle Eddas Edda of the te Scan Scandinavians Scandinavians Scandinavians ¬
dinavians the Five Fve Kings King of the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese the Tripltka of the Buddhists Buddhiststhe Buddhist
the Vedas of the Hindoos Hfndoo and the theZendAvesla theZendA theZendAvesta
ZendAvesla ZendA vesta of the Persians PersiansContinually PersiansContnualy PersiansContinually
Continually Contnualy as we cpntetplate conteniplate the themoon themoon themoon
moon seldom do we heed the fact that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she has seven phases and andeven even vensome vensometIe some sometimes sometimes ¬
times tIe forget that that the rainbow too is issepentary issepentar Issepentary
sepentary sepentar in character c1arcter Yet our an ancestors ancestors ancestors ¬
cestors gave gave serious albeit abeit possibly possiblysuperstitious posslblsupersttous possiblysuperstitious
superstitious supersttous regard to these circum circumstances clrcumftances circumstances ¬
ftances stances But in the te mystic mystc realm of ofmusic ofmusic
music muslcseyen seven notes confront us far too tooconstantly tooconstantly
constantly constnty to be callously clously overlooked
i
and ad that th t dominant oJin t seventh 5 vent Is perpet perpetually prpet prpetualy perpetualIy ¬
ually ualy giving particular partcular evidence of it itself Itself itself ¬
self Wynn Wyn Westcott W stcott points out thatj thatjseven tat tatseven that thatseven
seven pipes are seen In the Instrument Instrumentplayed instrumentplayed instrumentplayed
played upon by the older deity Pan PanDice PanDice PanDice
Dice though of ancient ancie t ori origin in and andfound a1d a1dfou andf
In vir earfy Egyptian yptIan tombs tombswere tombswere tombswere
found fou f u d dl very erfy gptan
i
were not originally orJgInaly numbered nUIbered This Thisevolution ThlseoluUol Thisevolution
evolution eoluUol of a considerably later pe period period penod ¬
riod obviously keeps the te gambler gmbler also alsoperpetually al alperpet1 alsaperpetually
perpetually perpet1 lY in mind of seven Ancient Anciently Acient Aciently ¬
ly the th symbol Ibol of the universe unferse was a aship aship aship
ship with wih seven s en pilots pilotsConspicuous piots piotsConsicuous pilotsConspicuous
Conspicuous Consicuous In the field feld of fiction fcton is isthat isthat Isthat
that that attractive atractve old Syrian Syian legend legendwhich legendwhIch legendwhich
which tells tels hpw those tofe seven Christian Christianyouths Christan Christanjouts Christianyouths
youths jouts of Ephesus fled ted from the rage rageof rageof rageQf
of Decius and lived lved In a cave cve until unti die discovered dieilovered ¬
covered then therwhen when great stones were wereby wee weeby wereby
by the enemy rolled before bet re its Is mouth mouththey mouth mouththey mouththey
they fell fel asleep the th thestory story stor saysfor says for 196i 196iyears 196 196ear 196years
years ear to waken once more more living lving testi testimonies test testimonies ¬
monies of a resurrection from the th deac dead deadThe dea deaThe
The Te Island of the Seven Cities Clt s Is an another another another ¬
other curious curous legend regarding regrding a fabu fabulous fabulous faimbus ¬
lous land ot otle the Atlantic tatc which gave gaverefuge gve gverefge gaverefuge
refuge to a body tody of of Christians ChrIstans in flight flightfrom fight fightfrom flightfroth
from the theSarac Saracen n conquerors conqueror who wo had hadat hadat hadat
at the instigation neIgton of their seven seven bish blshops bishOps
ops committed cmmited themselves to the themercy th thmerc themercy
mercy merc of the sea sea It I is issom somewhat what sin singular slngularconsIderng singular ¬
gular gularconsIderng considering the te preeminent po positon position
sltion siton this number has for forages ages occu occupied occupied j jthat
pied that thebishops the blshops Who ho at a memor memorable memorable mernorable ¬
able epoch of English Englsh ecclesiastical ecclesiasticalhistory ccclesiast ecclesiasticalhistory al alhistory
history so stoutly stouty stood st od on their trial trialfor trIalfor trialfor
for freedom should have hrve numbered net neither nelthcr netthor ¬
thor more nor nor less ess than seven Was Wasthis Wasthis
this one of oftliose those cases one ought to toset toset
set down to coincidence coincid nce W Whether ther or ornot ornot ornot
not wherever one turns one stumbles stumbleson
on seven One more more Instance will i suf suffice suffce suffice ¬
fice fce of the poet who advocates advo iidvocate9Sevenhours advocatesSeven te teSeven
Seven Sevenhours hours to law lawTo lawTo lawTo
To soothing slumbers seven sevenTen sevenTen sevenTen
Ten to the world allot allotAnd a1ot allotAnd
And all to heaven heavenSTATEMENT he heavenSTATEMENT ven venSTATEMENT
STATEMENT WAS UNTRUE UNTRUESt
St Paul Minn lIpn March lIarc 4 4Luls LLouis Louis W WHill 1VHm WHill
Hill vice president pr sident of the te Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthernrailroad Northern Northernrailroadwhen Northemralroad
railroadwhen ralroad railroad when shown the dispatch disptch rela relative reln rclatire ¬
tire tvcto to tho th > governments gov rnments decision to char charter charter charter ¬
ter the Great Gret Northern Norther steamers teame Minne Minnesota 1lnne 1lnnesot Minnesata ¬
sota sot ad and Daksta Dkta declared decarE that the state statement stte sttement statementwas ¬
ment mentwas was without wihout foundation foundaton In fact Mr MrHill MrHi MrHill
Hill Hi said sidthat that no negotiations nE otatong looking lookln to tochartering tl tocharter1ng
chartering chart rtng the vessels were or had been beenIn beenIn beenin
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of a most vigorous vigrous censorship cen orhlp It Is Im Impossible Impossile impossible ¬
possible possile to obtain obfan information Inforr Uon as a to the theexact theeXRct theexact
exact situation sIuaton in Uruguay Uruga Assurance Assurnce Is Isgiven Isgiven Isgiven
given however that tht the steps Eteps taken by bythe bythe bythe
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ally aly preventive preentye and that any an revolution revolutionary revoluton revolutonaI ¬
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physicians and nurses mres In the United UnitedStates lJnitejStates
States Sttes and and has bean used for sixty sixtY Unite years yearswith year yearswith
with wih neverfailing neverfaln success E1CCfSS by millions miJons of ofmothers ofmother ofmothers
mothers mother for their children chldren During the theprocess theprocss theprocess
process procss of teething ta t value Is incalcu incalculable h incalculabIa clcu clculable ¬
labIa It relieves the child from
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child c ld it rests the moter mother Price 75 7 i cents centsn I Ia
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Delinquent Notice NoticeJEFFERSONMONTANA NoticeJFFERSONIONTANA NoticeJEFFERSONMONTANA
JEFFERSONMONTANA JFFERSONIONTANA COPPER COPPERMines COPPERMines COPPERMines
Mines company principal prIncial place of busi business business business ¬
ness Salt Lake City Utah Location Lcaton of ofmlncp ofmlne ofminer
miner Jefferson Jeffcrson county Montana No Notice NC NoticeThore ¬
tice tceTere ticeThore There are delinquent upon the fol following fo folowin fallowing ¬
lowing lowin described descrbed stock on account of as assessment assessment assessrnent ¬
sessment No 1 of six mills 1 per pfr share sharelevied sharQlevied sharelevied
levied on the 13th day of January Janua 1906 1906the 19 1906the
the teveral ev rl amounts aounts set opposite opposie the thenames thenare thenarne
names nare of the respective res ecU7e stockholders stOkhollcr as asfollows asfollos
follows followsNo folows folowsNt follosNp
No NoCert Nt NpCert
Cert Cer Name Shares Amount I
1 A H S Bird 100 10 60
2 C K MeCornick IClrnlck 300 10 10 GO
3 C CHPost H Post 300 O GO mH
4 H A McCornlck McCrlck V 5 100 10 100SBTKing 60
5 SBTKing B T King 100 10 GO
7 T L L Chndbourno Chcdboure un SOOtO SOW 4S 43 SO 00
8 A A H I S Bird BIr truste3l9500 trst txiiste8l9500And e395 191700 191700And
And In accordance with law and an or ¬
der of the board of ofdlrectQr directors made Jnde on the the13th the3th the13th
13th day ofJanuary of muary 1505 19 so many mn1 shares sharesof share sharot shareof
of each parcel parel of such stock as may be benecessary le lenece benecessary
necessary nece sary will wl be sold at atthcoUlce the office of the thecompany theC91IJany thecompany
company C91IJany room 312 3 Auerbach Auerbac building buiding be ¬
ing the office of Stephens St hens Smith Salt
Lake City Utah on Tuesday Tueday the 6th lth Sal day dnyof dnrof dayof
of March Iarh 1905 1m at the the hour of 12 1 oclock oclocknoon oclok ocloknoon oclocknoon
noon to pay the delinquent delnquent assessment asessment
thereon together with the cost of adver ¬
tising ts1Igadeen9 and expensas 3 of sale saleC sa1eC saleC
C H H POST Secret S Secretary SecretarySpecial rptar rptarSpecial arv arvSpecial
Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIVN THAT A Aspecial Aspecial Aspecial
special meeting of the stockholders stokholders of the theMammoth theMammoth theMammoth
Mammoth Mining Company Is hereby herebycalled herebycale herebycalled
called cale to be held eld at Its It principal prncpal office officeat officeat officeat
at Rooms 41 and 45 4 Hooper Block Salt SaltLake SnItLnke SaltLake
Lake City Ciy Utah on the 31st 3st day da of ofMarch ofIarch ofMarch
March 1906 19 at at 2 oclock o cock p m of said saidday sad sadday saidday
day The he object obect and purpose and the thematter themater thematter
matter mater to be considered consider dand purose and determined determinedat d dtsald
at tsald said meeting meetng meetingbeingwhether beingwhether beIng whether deterIn said sad Mam Mammoth lInm lInmmoth Mammoth ¬
moth Mining Company shall sell sel and andtransfer andtrsfer andtransfer
transfer trsfer all al of Its it property prper real rea and per personal personal personal ¬
sonal that It owns and possesses pOesel to a an an anw
n nw w corporation coror Ion to be formed for that thatpurpose thatpuros thatptirposq
purpose puros and to be Incorporated In a aState asate aState
State sate other than tha the he State of Utah Uth and andwhether andwhether andwhether
whether the present stockholders stockholder of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
said Mammoth lIammoth Mining Company CompanyshnI shall and andwill andwi andwill
will wi receive the capital ca1i 1 stock of said new newcorporation newcorpraton newcorporation
corporation corpraton to be formed fored In exchange for forthe forthe forthe
the capital capitl stock they and each now hold holdof boldof holdof
of the capital ca1ial stock of said Mammoth MammothMining lammoth lammothllnlng MammothMining
Mining llnlng Company such sucl exchange echange to be bemade lemade
made by surrendering tenderh g one share of said saidshare saidammoth saidlammotb
ammoth Mining tnlng Company stock for op opshare opshare
share of the stock of said new corpora corporation corporation ¬
corora cororaton
tion ton to be formed fore The Theauthorzed authorized capital capitalstock capitalstock
stock of said new corporation corporton to be beformed befored Icforthed
formed fored to be one million miion doI dollars rdivded rdivdedInto divided dividedInto dirjdedinto
Into four hundred tbousad thousand share of two twodollars twodoIars twodollars
dollars doIars and fifty fify cents each share share so that thateach thatch thateach
each ch stockholder stockhal er shall slRl receive re eh one one share shareIn
i in thenew the new corporation corporaton for every ever share sharenow sharenow sharenow
now now held by bY him hli in said Mammoth MamlQth Min MiiiIng Mining nn nning ¬
ing Company The property of said Mam Mammoth Mammot Mammoth ¬
moth mot Mining Company to be sqld and andtransferred ad adtrnsfered andtransferred
transferred trnsfered to tc said new corporation cororaton to be beformed befored beformed
formed fored for the sum su of one minion miion dollars dollarswhich doIa dollarswhich
which shall sh I make said four hundred unar d thou thousand thousand
Isand sand sharejf sharel share of stock to be issued I ued and andapportioned ad adpportoned antiapportioned
apportioned pportoned among aong the th present share shareholders sharehOlder sharehOlders ¬
holders hOlder as a fully tuly paid p Id stock AH Al stock may maybe maybe maybe
be voted In person peron or by bY proxy pr each eachshare eachshare eachshare
share being entitled entted to one vote voteDated voteDate voteDated
Dated Date this thf2tl thi 27th 37t day of February ofPebrugrySAMUEL Fe r 3906 19
i SAMUEL SAMUEL McINTYRE McITYE President PresidentR
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Salt S < l Lake Le March 2 1906 19 of or pneumonia
Bertha Betha Oldfield Oldfeld aged 18 years yearsFuneral Ye yearsFuneral J
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South street steet at 1 oclock todayVALKERAt today todayWALKER todayWALKERAt
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March lIarch 4 1906 19 William WIUam M 11 Walker SPit1 or f
the Tenth ward wrd wrdFuneral wardFuneral
1 Funeral services will wI be announced ann nce nced
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