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THE rlp l li SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1 1906 3
TANNER COMES COMESTO I ITO
TO THE RESCUE RESCUECommanderinChief RESCUECommanderinChief
Commanderinchief of the G A E EWrites RWrites ItWrites
Writes Characteristic Letter Letterto
to Chairman Chairman Tawney TawneyPLEADS TawneyPLEADS TawneyPLEADS
PLEADS VETERANS CAUSE CAUSZCORPORALS CAUSCORPORALS CAUSECORPORALS
CORPORALS LETTER REALLY REALLYELOQUENT REALLYELOQU REALLYELOQUENT
ELOQUENT ELOQUENTWashington ELOQU ELOQUENTWashington ENT ENTWashington
Washington March 13 13CorporalTan 13CorporalTanner 13Corporal Corporal Tan Tanner Tanner ¬
ner commander in chief of the G A AR AR AB
R has written wrtten a 2 letter to James A ATawney ATawney ATacvney
Tawney of Minnesota chairman of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house committee on appropriations appropriationsprotesting appropriatloneprotesting appropriatIonsprotesting
protesting vigorously against 3 Y inst the action actionof
of Mr Tawneys committee in recom recommending recommending recommending ¬
mending the enactment of o a law re reducing reducing reducing ¬
ducing the compensation of govern government government government ¬
ment clerks after they have attained attainedthe attainedthe attainedthe
the age of 65 years Corporal Tanner Tannerwrites Tannerwrites Tannerwrites
writes particularly in behalf of his com comrades comrades cornrades ¬
rades of the civil war many of whom whomnow whomnow whomnow
now employed in the government serv service service service ¬
ice would be affected seriously by the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed reduction in compensation compensationThe
The letter in part is as follows followsBlow followsBlow followsBlow
Blow to the Veterans Veteranss VeteransThe VeteransThe VeteransThe
s
The operation of the proposed pen penalty penalty ¬
alty for loyal and faithful service servicewould eervlcewould servicewould
would fall so heavily upon those who whobore whobore whobore
bore the burden of the battle in the theVnion thernion theTnion
Vnion army that I must treat it as if ifthey ifthey Ifthey
they were the sole sol beneficiaries It is isfor Isfor Isfor
for them my comrades I speak They Theystood Theystood Theystood
stood with me when the stand st nd meant meantvictory meantvictory meantvictory
victory that the congress of the theUnited thelnited thetnited
United States should meet ever since sinceand sinceand sinceand
and now in Washington instead of ofRichmond ofRichmond ofRichmond
Richmond that the stars and stripes stripesshould stripesshould stripesshould
should float forever and over all em emblematic emblematic emblematlc ¬
blematic of a united prosperous happy happycountry happyountry happycountry
country I venture to say that you youwont youwont youwont
wont find a confederate soldier behind behindyour bebindour behindyour
your our bill
Action of a Confederate ConfederateOnly ConfederateOnly ConfederateOnly
Only this moment I endorsed an anearnest anearnest anearnest
earnest request to dur soldier president presidentto
to honor a confederate brigadier whom whomyour whomyour whomyour
your proposed limitations would re remove rEmove remove ¬
move from the waiting list because becausewhen becausewhen becausewhen
when having the power to remove or ordischarge ordischarge ordischarge
discharge a large number of my com comrades comrades cornradon ¬
rades he placed his resignation in the thehands thel1Rnds thehands
hands of his superior if a single bne bneof one oneof oneof
of them was to be disturbed They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are holding down the same desks today todayvdth todaywith todaywith
with exceptional ability too You pro propose propose propose ¬
pose that the almshouse alone shall be bethe bethe bethe
the veterans refuge in life and per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps after you have kicked him out outto outto outto
to rattle his bones over the stones stoneswill stoneswJJl stoneswill
will deny him burial in consecrated consecratedground consecratedground consecratedground
ground and close against him the thegates thegates thegates
gates of Arlington ArlingtonCruel ArlingtonCruet ArlingtonCruel
Cruel and Unjust UnjustYou UnjustYou UnjustYou
You may pass the cruel unjust unjustmonstrous unjustmonstrous unjustmonstrous
monstrous law while the stars remain remainin
in the flag and the memories of men menand menand menand
and women are not stricken with pare paresis paresis pares1 ¬
sis s1 but before you do I hope youll youllhear youllhear oull oullhear
hear Whitcomb Riley recite Good Bye ByeJim ByeJim ByeJim
Jim Take Keer of Yourself YourselfYour YourselfYour YourselfYour
Your comrades in the government governmentservice governm governmentservice nt ntservice
service are by the circumstances of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their positions powerless to defend defendthemselves defendtb defendthemselves
themselves tb mselves I beg you to speak for in instead Instead ¬ I Istead
stead of against If you cannot leave leavethem leavetheln leavethem
them alone aloneSAN aloneSANPETE
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1pr SAN SANPETE PETE VALLEY RY RYConference RYConference RYConference
Conference Service Via the Pioneer PioneerLine PioneerLine PioneerLine
Line LineAs LineAs LineAs
As usual the Sanpete Valley Rail Railway RaiIway Railsay
way will operate the fastest sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled trains for conference Instant Instantconnection Instantconnection Instantconnection
connection at Nephl See agents or J JH JH JH
H Hornung G A Manti MantiTWELVE ManUTWELVE MantiTWELVE
TWELVE DROWNED DROWNEDLondon DROWNEDLondon DROWNEDLondon
London March 13 13The The British Britishsteamer Britishsteamer Britishsteamer
steamer Colne foundered off the Dutchoast Dutch Dutchcoast Dutchcoast
coast today Twelve of her crew were weredrowned weredrowned weredrowned
drowned and seven were saved savedSUGAE savedSUGAR savedSUGAR
SUGAR AND STARCH STARCHPlease STARCHPlease STARCEPlease
Please the Palate but Sometimes SometimesPlay SometimesPlay SometimesPlay
Play Hob With Digesticn DigestionSugar DigesticnSugar DigesticnSugar
Sugar and starch as found In ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary food are intended to supply en energy energy enorgy ¬
ergy and strength keep up steam to todrive todrive todrive
drive the human machine and this thisthey thisthey thisthey
they do If properly digested digestedBut digestedBut digestedBut
But when the digestive apparatus apparatushas apparatushas s sl13s
has had too much work crowded upon uponit
it or when It becomes weakened from fromany fromany fromany
any cause the food decays there Is Isno isno isno
no word so expressive In the stomach stomachand stomachand stomachand
and intestines and not only produces producesgas
gas to distend the stomach and crowd crowdand crowdand crowdand
and weaken the heart but promotes promotesother promotesother promotesother
other disease conditions which develop developinto developinto developinto
into serious liver stomach and some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times heart trouble troubleIt
It Is important that the food present presentthe presentthe presentthe
the sugar and starch to the stomach stomachin
I in such form that they may ma be read readily readIly readIly ¬
ily digested and pass to the nerves and andblood andblood andblood
blood to energize the machine with without without without ¬
out overtaxing oerta ing the organs organsGrapeNuts organsGraeNut organsGrapeNuto
GrapeNuts food does this perfect perfectly perect1y ¬
ly y It is prepared pr parod by mechanical not notchemical notdemica notchemical
chemical processes similar to those thosethrough thosethrough thosethrough
through the food passes in the healthy healthyhuman healthyhuman healthyhuman
human digestive machinery and is iswhen isWhen iswhen
when taken into tho system predi predigestcd predigestcd predigested
gestcd soluble and easily assimilated assimilatedIt
It Is made of wheat and barley and as asIt asit asIt
It comes from the package is adapted adaptedand adapteda1d adaptedad
and grateful to even the weakest weakeststomach weakeststomach weakeststomach
stomach of adult or babe babeA
A lady writes from Woonsocket WoonsocketH
H 11 I
IGrape
GrapeNuts Grape Nuts she says is truly a awonderful awonderful awonderful
wonderful food I have been practical practically ¬
ly living upon it for the last 4 months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and I am stronger today both physic physically physIcalb physically ¬
ally and mentally than I have been beenbefore beenbefore beenbefore
before for years yearsFor yearsFor yearsFor
For some 12 or 15 wears I had lived livedon llvedon livedon
on sweet and starchy foods until my mydigestive myditestive mydigestive
digestive organs were almost worn wornout wornout wornout
out and I had been troubled for a along along along
long time with nervous dyspepsia or orindigestion orJndfgestlon orIndigestion
indigestion in Its worst form Every Everything Everything Everything ¬
thing I ate fermented and I belched belchedgas belchedgas belchedgas
gas from my stomach most of the thetime thetime thetime
time timeMy
My doctor advised me to try Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts and so I began using It 3 times timesa
a day and It has done wonders for forme formf forme
me It has strengthened my muscles musclestoned musclestoned musclestoned
toned up my nerves and rested my mybrain mybrain mybrain
brain The headaches that used to topunish topunish topunish
punish me have disappeared disappearedI
I have gained strength to work and andpower andpower andpower
power to think GrapeNuts is worth worthmore worthmore worthmore
more to me than all the medicine in inthe inthe inthe
the world worldWhen worldWhen v vWhen
When my baby was cutting his histeeth histeeth histeeth
teeth this summer I cured him of his hisbowel hisbowel hisbowel
bowel trouble by b feeding him Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts soaked in milk Name given by byPostum b bpostum byPostum
Postum Co Battle B ttle Creek Mich MichTheres MichTheres Michj
j Theres a reason Read the little littlebook HUlebcok littlebcok
bcok The Road to Wellville In Inpkgs inpkgs Inpkgs
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SHERIFF EMERYON EMERY EMERYON
ON WRONG TRAIL TRAILMan
Han tan Under Arrest at Castledale Is IsSimply IsSimply IsSimply
Simply Crazy and Not the theCriminal theCriminal theCriminal
Criminal Wanted WantedBELONGS WantedBELONGS WantedBELONGS
BELONGS IN SOUTH DAKOTA DAKOTAHAD DAKOTAHADBEEN
HAD HADBEEN BEEN BEEftlN IN PRICE JAIL BUT BUTESCAPED BUTESCAPED BUTESCAP
ESCAPED ESCAPEDSpecial ESCAPEDSpecIal ESCAP ED EDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice HeraldPrIce
Price Utah March 13 13In In the opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
ion of Sheriff William Hill of Carbon Carboncounty Carboncounty Carboncounty
county the Emery county sheriff ha3 hassimply ha3simply ha3simply
simply a crazy man on his hands in inthe inthearrest inthearrest
the thearrest arrest of John Monson a few f V days daysago daysago daysago
ago in the cedars above the town of ofHuntington ofHuntingten ofHuntington
Huntington twentyfour mites mU s south southof southof southof
of hvro l1r Sheriff Emery of Salt I Ll Lake Lakeccunty alce alcecounty E Eccuht
county ccuht in the J le e opinion o i10n of the th sheriffs sheriIsoi
oi Oavhpii C r1wi hN county Is alsr on the th wrong
John Monson Monsontrack Monsontrack Monsontrack
track in trying to connect Morion 110 rsrHI or orOle ClOle oxOle
Ole Lohonen as he was registered at atthe atthe atthe
the county jail in Price with statutory statutoryassault statutorya statutoryassault
assault a 2ult at BIngham conyon some time timeago th1 th1ago timeago
ago The man captured above Hunt Huntington HuntIngton HuntIngton ¬
ington is purely a maniac at this time timebut timebut timebut
but it may be that there is something somethingIn
In his past record that unbalanced tho thopoor th thpoor thpoor
poor fellows mind and brought about abouthis abouthis abouthis
his present conditon conditonIt
It was about four months ago that thatMonson th3tIonson thatMonscn
Monson cr Lohonen walked into Price Pricefrom Pricefrom Pricefrom
from Grand Junction with a badly fro frozen fro7El trozen ¬
zen foot and ears He applied for forplace a aplace aplace
place to go and was taken to the coun county county county ¬
ty jail by Sheriff Hill and given a clean cleanbed cl clbcd clean cleanbed
bed and something to eat Being allowed allowedthe aUowallthe aUovedthe
the privileges prhiI gs of the corridor while whileother whileotner whileother
other prisoners were locked up in their theircells theircells
cells over night Later four of the themans themans themans I
mans frozen toes were amputated by bythe bythe bythe
the county physician After he be became became ¬ i icame
came convalescent the sheriff went to tothe tothe tothe
the jail about four weeks ago to serve servefefae servetlhe servethe
the prisoners there confined their theirbreakfasts theirbreakfasts theirbreakfasts
breakfasts Lohonen was gone hav having havIng haying ¬
ing dug out of the brick walls with Im Implements Implements implements ¬
plements furnished by other prisoners prisonerssupposedly prisonerssupposedly prisonerssupposedly
supposedly supposedlySaw supposedlySaw supposedlySaw
Saw Story in Herald HeraldNothing HeraIdNothing
I INothing
Nothing was heard from the man and andno andno 1 1no
no effort to locate him made until the thestory thestory j jstory
story in The Herald brought the In Information Information information ¬
formation that a wild man was living livingin
in the woods above Huntington In the thecanyon thecanyon thecanyon
canyon Then it was that Sheriff Beebe Beebeof Beebeoi Beebeof
of Emery county and a posse went wentthere wentthere wentthere
there and took Monson to the county countyjail countyjaIl countyjail
jail at Castledale Castled ale When Lohonen Lohonencame Lohonencame Lohonencame
came Into Price it was found out outthat outthat outthat
that he had jumped from a train be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond Grand Junction and had taken takento
to the sagebrush as it were This was wastold wastold wastold
told by trainmen coming through here hereLater hereLater hereLater
Later it was discovered that the fel fellow fellow el ellow ¬
low had a ticket through from some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where in the Dakotas probably Lead LeadCity LeadCity LeadCity
City and that it read through to Salt SaltLake SaltLtke SaltLake
Lake City On the strength of this his histrunk histrunk histrunk
trunk was recovered from the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Western depot at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City and shipped back to this place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where at the time Lohonen was being beingcared beingcared beingcared
cared for by the county authorities An Anexamination Anexamination Anexamination
examination of the trunk here today todayshows todayshows todayshows
shows that Lohonen paid poll tax at atLead atLead atLead
Lead S D May 31 1905 for the year
1905 He has also als money order receipts receiptsat
at Lead of the date of Sept 14 and 18
1905 in favor of Maria Lohonen at atKorpolan atKorpolan atKorpolan
Korpolan Kyle Finland He also has haspapers hasp haspapers
papers p pers showing his connection with the theminers theminers theminers
miners union at Lead City besides nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous other papers with Lead City Citydates Citydates Citydates
dates including personal letters lettersTrunk lettersI lettersTrunk
I Trunk Held at Price PriceHis PriceHis PriceHis
His trunk is being held by Sheriff SheriffHill SheriffHill SheriffHill
Hill until disposed of by order of the theboard theboard theboard
board of county commissioners In it Is Isan isan isan
an enlarged picture of himself made on oncanvas oncanvas oncanvas
canvas from the photograph accom accompanying accomI accompanying ¬
I panying this sketch His clothes and andother andother andother
other contents show him to be a miner minerA
A couple of days before the man made madehis madehis madehis
his escape from the th county jail at Price Pricehe Pricehe Pricehe
he asked Sheriff Hill when he might mightgo
go his way and was told that he might mightdo
do so at his own pleasure but hav having havIng haying ¬
ing in mind the bad weather at that thattime thattime thattime
time prevailing and the exposure the thefellow thefellow thefellow
fellow had already gone through Sher Sheriff SherIff Slier1ff ¬
iff Hill advised him to remain until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the weather had at least moderated moderatedThe moderatedThe moderatedThe
The photograph from which this thissketch thissketch thissketch
sketch Is made was taken by a Lead LeadCity LeadCity LeadCity
City S IX D photographer and is a asplendid asplendId asplendid
splendid likeness of Lohonen notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing the hardships and exposures exposureshe
he underwent Considering the elements elementsand elementsand elementsand
and the distance traveled by the man manthe manthe manthe
the night before he broke jail at Price Pricethe Pricethe Pricethe
the wonder Is that he survived at all allHe allHe allHe
He is about 36 years of age and above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the average of his countrymen in ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance hereabouts hereaboutsDeputy hereaboutsDeput hereaboutsDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Williams of Bingham BinghamCanyon BinghamCanyon BinghamCanyon
Canyon Is at Castledale at this time timefor timefor timefor
for the purpose of Identifying Monson MonsonTelephone MonsonTelephone MonsonTelephone
Telephone communication to that point pointfrom pointfrom pointfrom
from Price being cut off tonight it Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not possible to learn whether Monson Monsonwill Monsonwill Monhonwill
will be taken from there to Bingham BinghamMETEOROLOGICAL BinghamMETEOROLOGICAL BinghamMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Office ¬
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureaulIaximtm BureauMaximrm
Maximum temperature 39 degrees min minimum minimum misimum ¬
imum temperature 25 degrees mean tem temrorature temrirature ternrorature
rorature 32 degrees which is 9 degrees degreesbelow degrecsbrlow degreesbelow
below the normal Accumulated defIciency defictencyof
of temperature since the first of the themonth thtmonth themonth
month 13 degrees Accumulated excess excessof EXcessof excessof
of temperature since Jan 1 L 30 degrees degreesTotal degreesTotal degreesTotal
Total precipitation from 6 p In to 6 p m
15 5 inch Accumulated excess of nrceipi nrceipitatlon nreclpitatton nrecipitatlon
tatlon since the first of the month mo th 77 77inch 7iInch 77fti
inch fti h Accumulated A cumllated exiess of precipita precipitation prooipitati proelpitatlon ¬
tion ti n sJnoe p poe 7w > w 3 3 i5 r = f
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TWO OPEN LETTERS LETTERSIIIPORTllNT LETTERSIMPORTANT
IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN WOMENMrs WOMENMre WOMENMrMM7
Mrs MrMM7 Maty Dimmick of Washington tells tellaHow teUaHow tellsRow
How Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetableCompound VegetableCompound
Compound Made Her WellIt WellIt Well WellIt
It is with great pleasure we publish publishthe publishthe
the following letters as they convinc convincingly convincingly convincingly ¬
ingly prove the claim we have nave so many
times mde inour in inQur Qur columns that Mrs
I JIlrjMary iWiuJllaryDimmick iWiuJllaryDimmickPinkham Dimmick DimmickPinknam
Pinkham of ofLynn Lynn Mass 1tfassis Massisfullyquali Massisfullyqualifiedthgivehelpful is fully quali qualifiedto qualified
fiedto fied fiedthgivehelpful to give helpful advice to sick sickwomen sickwomenflead women womenBead womenRead
Bead Mrs Dimmicks letters lettersHer lettersHer lettersHer
Her first letter letterDear letterDear letterDear
Dear Mrs Pinkham PinkhamI
II I have been a sufferer for the past eight eightyears eightyears eightyears
years with a trouble which first originated originatedfrom originatedfrom originatedfrom
from painful periods periodsthe the pains were excruci excruciating excruciating excruci excruciating ¬
ating with withinflammntion inflammation and ulceration of the thefemale thefemale thefemale
female organs oranz The doctor says sa I must musthave musthavean have havean havean
an operation or I cannot live I do not want wantavoid wantto wantto
to submit to an operation if I can possibly possiblya possiblyavoid
avoid a oid it Please Pl help me meMrs Mrs Mary
Dimmick Washington JD C CHer CHer CHer
Her second letter letterDear letterDear letterDear
Dear Mrs Pinkham PinkhamYou Pinkhnmu
u 4 You will remember my condition when I Ilast Ilast Ilast
last wrote you and that the doctor said I Imust IlDust Imust
must have an operation or I could not live liveI
I received your kind kindletter letter and followed your youradvice youradvice our ouradvice
advice very carefully and am pow now entirely entirelywell entirelywell entwelywell
well As my case was so serious it seems a amiracle anliracle amiracle
miracle that I am cured I Ikuow know that I owe owenot owonot owenot
not only my health but my life to Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkhams BPinkhams
Pinkhams v Vegetable Compound Com ound and to your youradvice yourndvice youradvice
advice I can walk miles without an ache or ora ora ora
a pain and I wish every suffering woman womanwould womanwould womanwould
would read this letter and realize what you youcan youcan youcan
can do for them tbemMfs Mrs ± s Mary MaryDimmick Dimmick 59th 59thand 59thand 9th 9thand
and East Capitol Streets Washington D C CHow CHow CHow
How easy it was for Mrs Dimmick to towrite towrite towrite
write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Massand Massand Massand
and how little it cost her hera a twocent twocentstamp twocentstamp twocentstamp
stamp Yet Yethowvaluablewasthereply YethowvaluablewasthereplyAs how valuable was the reply replyAs replyAs
As Mrs Dimmick says saysit saysitsaved it saved her life lifeMrs lifeMrs lifeMrs
Mrs Pinkham has on file thousands thousandsof
of just such letters as the above and andoffers andoffers andoffers
offers ailing ailin women helpful advice adviceLOCAL ad adviceEOCAL ce ceLOCAL
LOCAL MAT IS QUIET QUIETProduce QUIETProduce QUIETProduce
Produce Shipment Below Av Average Average Average ¬
erage Amount AmountAspara AmountAsparagus Aspara Asparagus ¬
gus Plentiful PlentifulLocal
Local markets were unusually unusual1 dull yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Few Fowshipments shipments of any kind of ofproduce ofproduce ofproduce
produce were received Fish shipments shipmentshave shipmentsbaye shipmentshave
have been held back on account of ofstorms ofstOnDs ofstorms
storms For the past few days It has been beenimpossible beenimpossible beenImpossible
impossible to gather oranges in the Cali California CalIfornia Caiifornia ¬
fornia groves The receipts of local com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission merchants have as a result been beenlight beenlight beenlight
light Prices of California C J lifornia fruit are un unchanged unchanged unchanged ¬
changed but the offerings made are not notof notof notof
of large nor choice variety varietyOne varietyOne varietyOne
One of the most abundant offerings of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCalifornia
California products is that of asparagus asparagusSeveral asparagusSeveral asparagusSeveral
Several large shipments of this vegetable vegetablewere
were received yesterday The rains iu iusouthern iusouthern h hsouthern
southern California have not hurt this thisvegetable thisvegetable thisvegetable
vegetable to any extent The receipts lo locally locally locally ¬
cally are therefore good goodUtah goodUtah goodUtah
Utah green onions are In the market marketagain marketagain marketagain
again These afcivbringing 2k brlnging 30 cents per perdozen perdozen perdozen
dozen All Utah onions now in market marketcome marketcome marketcome
come from hothouses Utah hothouse hothousespinach hothousespinach hothousespinach
spinach was also offered yesterday at 10 10cents 10cents 10cents
cents per pound poundThe poundThe poundThe
The celery season Is about over Within With Within ¬
in two weeks nearly all celery will have havedisappeared havedisappeared havedisappeared
disappeared from market The price for forthe forthe forthe
the Utah tah product quoted yesterday wastwo wastwo was wastwo
two bunches for 25 cents California new newpotatoes new newpotatoes newpotatoes
potatoes are in market at 10 cents the thepound thepound thepound
pound poundThe poundThe poundThe
The following is a a list of the prevailing prevailingretail prevailingretaiI prevailingretail
retail prices pricesHay pricesHay pricesHay
Hay Grain and Flour FlourA1 FlourAlfalfa Alfalfa alf 70c per percwt percwt percwt
cwt timothy baled Sac S c per cwt wheat wheatper wheatper wheatper
per swt wt 150 corn per cwt 5130 130 corn corncracked corncracked corncracked
cracked 140 oats per cwt 5180 1 lS0 SO oats oatsrolled oatsrolled oatsrolled
rolled SL95 195 barley rolled n60 LGO bakers bakersNo bakersNo bakersNo
No 1 flour 200 straight strai ht grade S20 S20high Z220high 20 20high
high patent 240 rye 11 < e p50 250 50 graham flour
250 cornmeal 200 barn 110 bran and andshorts andshorts andshorts
shorts 110 110Meats 110MeatsPrime 110MeatsPrime
Meats MeatsPrime Prime ribs 17J 17Ihc c porterhouse porterhouse20c
20c c pork 12c to 17c 17 mutton chops 12c 12cto 121hcto 12eto
to 15c lambs 15c to 20c 2 c veal 18c to 20c 20cpork 2 c cpork cpork
pork loins loc locPoultry 15cPoultryDressed 1ccPoultryDresSed
Poultry PoultryDressed Dressed hens 19c springs 20c 20cbroilers 2Ocbroilers 20cbroilers
broilers dressed 22c ducks 21c turkeys turkeys25c
25c geese 22c squabs 23c 23cFish 23cFishSa1m 23cFishSalmoib
Fish FishSa1m FishSalmoib Salmon n1 IT 1Thc sc yellowtail 15c hal halibut halibut halibut ¬
ibut 15evstrlped I5etiipedbass L1c trfp dbass bass 25c codfish 15c 15cshad 15cshad 15cshad
shad 15c whitefish 20c sturgeon IT 1ilkc 1ilkccatfish 1714ccatfish Ac Accatfish
catfish 15c l ic barracuda barrn < udn 17c 171h 17 ½ c flounders flounders15c flounde15c
15c rock cotf coo co 12e soles 15c 1 crabs 25c 25cto 25ct 25ctO
to t 35c 3 c each h sea bass 15c klngfish 15c 15cNew 15cNew 15cNew
New York counts 25c 2 c per dozen blue bluepoints bluepoints bljiepoints
points 30c per dozen oysters 50c to wc wcper Coo bOcper Cooper
per can lobsters 20c per pound shrimps shrimps20c
20c per quart fresh mackerel 15c red redsrapper redSl redarapper
srapper Sl apper 20c Gc trout private ponds 15c 15ceach 15ceach 15ceach
each eachFruits eachFruitsLemons eachFruitsLemOnS
Fruits FruitsLemons Liemons per dozen 25c to roc 33coranges rocoranges 3coranges
oranges roc to 40c bananas 20c to 25c c per perdozen perdozen perdozen
dozen pressed figs lOc to 15c per > 6r pack package package package ¬
age grape fruit 4Gc 4 to roc pineapples pineapples50c pine pples pples50c
50c each cocoanuts lOc apples 200 per pertox perbox perbox
box toxVegetables boxVegetablesNew Vegetables VegcotablesNewpotatoes VegetablesNew New potatoes lOc per perpound perpound perpound
pound California cabbage 5c per pound poundcauliflower poundcauUflowr poundcauliflower
cauliflower lc per head he d celery 5c per perbunch perbunch perbunch
bunch lettuce 5c to lOc per bunch arti artichokes artlchrkes artichokes ¬
chokes 15c each parsnips 5c per bunch bunchcucumbers buncbcucumbers bunchcucumbers
cucumbers 20c each ea h dry onions 5c per perpound perpound perpound
pound turnips roc per peck spinach lOc lOcI lOaper 10 10per
I per pound beets 5c per pound aspara asparagus asparag1s asparagus ¬
gus 25c per pound poundDairy DoundDeiry poundDairy
Dairy ProductsCreamery Products CrEamery butter SOq SOqper 30 30per 30per
per pound dairy butter 25c c per pound poundSwiss poundSwiss poundSwiss
Swiss cheese 40c per pound limburger limburgercheese limburgercheese limburgercheese
cheese 60c per pound cream brick brickcheese brickcheese brickcheese
cheese 25c Edam cheese 125 each Utah Utahfresh Utahfresh IJtaii3Cc
fresh frps roc p pr r dozen dozenSo dozenSo dozenSo
So many mothers have writ written written written ¬
ten us telling how much Mellins MellinsFood MellinsFood MeilinsFood
Food has done for their babies that thatwe thatwehave we wehave wehave
have thousands of mothers letters in inour inour inour
our files If Ifyou you feel interested we wewill wewill wewill
will send you copies of any of these letters lettersand lettersand lettersand
and you can write to the mothers yourself yourselfand yourself yourselfand
and verify them Very likely likel we have letters
from someone in zn your vicinity whom you youmay youmay ou ouoay
may know A sample of Mellins Food sent
free on request requestThe requcstThe requestThe
The ONLY Infants Feed receiving receiviAthe
the GRAND PRIZE at St L Leals ais 1904
Gold Medal Highest Hi 1ihest hest Award AwardPortland AwardPortland
Portland Ore 1905 1905ELLINS 1905ELLINS 1905IELLINS
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IAMBI GETS TS A RESPITE RESPITEAccused RESPITEAccused RESPITEAccused
Accused Physician Sues Out OutWrit OutWrit OutWrit
Writ of Habeas Corpus to toBe toBe toBe
Be Heard March 26 26Dr 26Dr 26Dr
Dr David P Maxwell wanted In Cleve Cleveland ClevclaJU1 Clevelanzl ¬
land 0 for performing a criminal opera operation operatJo operation ¬
tion tJo secured nearly a two weeks respite respiteyesterday respiteyesterday respiteyesterday
yesterday when Judge JUd Lewis of the dis district district district ¬
trict court san gant granted ± ed d him a writ of ha habeas habeas habess ¬
beas corpus and made it returnable be before before before ¬
fore Judge Armstrong on March 25 25Meanwhile 26Meanwhile 20Meanwiule
Meanwhile the Cleveland officers who are arehere areherE arehere
here to take Dr Maxwell back will have haveto haveto haveto
to cool their heels and put in their time timeas timeas timeas
as best they can while waiting for a adecision adccision adecision
decision in the case caseJudee caseJUdge caseJudge
JUdge Armstrong is holding a1 a term of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court in Summit county and will not re return return return ¬
turn for over a week Judge Lewis was wasaverse wasaverse wasaverse
averse to hearing the case Inasmuch as asit asit asit
it has been before Judge Armstrong twice twiceand twiceand twiceand
and for that reason decided to refer it itto Itto itto
to the court which had originally heard heardit
it itDr
Dr Maxwell has twice been discharged dischargedby
by Judge Armstrong on a writ of habeas habeascorpus habeascorpcs habeascorpus
corpus The court held that the first firstOhio firstOhIo firstOhio
Ohio extradition papers pa rs were defective defectiveThe defectivThe defectiveThe
The police at once rearrested rearr ted him on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of being a fugitive from justice justiceand justicand justiceand
and he was again discharged Mean Meanwhile lleanwhile Meanwhile ¬
while he was arrested on a charge of at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting to bribe an officer In n this state stateend stateEnd stateend
end held until new requisition papers paperscould paperscould paperscould
could arrive They arrived last week and andCutler andMondar andMondaT
Mondar they were honored by Governor GQvernorCutler GovernorCutler
Cutler It is in contravention n of the gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors action that the new writ of ha habeas habeas habees ¬
beas corpus has boon sued out outRAILROAD outRAILROAD outRAILROAD
RAILROAD WINS CASE CASENo CASENo CASENo
No Damages for Injured Boy Who WhoBoarded WhoBoarded WhoBoarded
Boarded Train to Play PlayThe PlayThe PlayThe
The Rio Grande Western Railroad com company company cornpuny ¬
pany won a damage suit before a jury
in Judge Lewis court yesterday The Theplaintiff Theplaintiff Theplaintiff
plaintiff Rengval E Jensen aged 10 30years 10rea 10years
years rea sued because he was put off a atrain atrnfn atrain
train at Ephraim several months ago and andlost andlost andlost
lost his hand during the occurrence occurrenceThe occurrenceThe occurrenceThe
The evidence showed that it had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the custom of boys at Ephraim to board boardthe boardtbe boardthe
the train to play while it was stopping stoppingthere stoppinthere stoppingthere
there and it was contended by the plain plaintiff plaIntiff plaintiff ¬
tiff that a brakcman used undue force forcein forceIn forcein
in putting young Jensen off the train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The jury returned a verdict for the com company company cornpany ¬
pany
HUSBAND ASKS DIVORCE DIVORCEAndrew DrvORCEAndrew DIVORCEAndrew
Andrew Lindell Says His Wife Has HasBeen HasBeen HasBeen
Been Guilty of Bad Conduct ConductAndrew ConductAndrew ConductAndrew
Andrew Lindell yesterday sued his wife wifeAnnie wifeAnnie wifeAnnie
Annie J Lindell for divorce en the theground theground theground
ground of cruelty The cruelty accord according according according ¬
ing to the complaint consists of Mrs MrsLindells llrsLindells MrsLindells
Lindells persistent association with other othermen otherm othermen
men m n and neglect of her household du duties duties duties ¬
ties The husband in addition to asking king
for a divorce dlvor e seeks 8e ks the custody of a achild achild achild
child aged 11 years yearsThompson yearsThompson yearsThompson
Thompson a Bankrupt BankruptClifton BankruptCUfton BankruptClifton
Clifton S Thompson superintendent of ofj ofbuildings ofbuildings
j buildings and bridges of the Denver DenverRIo DenverRio
1 Rio Grande railroad rail rOM with headquarters headquartersIn
In Denver Colo Cob filed a voluntary peti petition petition petilion ¬
tion in bankruptcy yesterday in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States district court The sched schedi schedule schedule
i ule shows that Mr Thompsons liabili liabilities liabilities liahilities ¬
ties amount to S2l6i55 His assets ass ts all allof aUof allof
of which he claims as exempt amount amountto
to 536 The principal creditor named is isthe isthe isthe
the Chama Farm Supply Implement Implementcompany Implementcompany
company of Chains N M lLTo To this one oneconcern oneconcern oneconcern I
concern the schedule shows that Mr MrThompson jIrThompson MrThompson
Thompson owes 16JQ The case has not notbeenref notbe notb
beenref be b eneforred eerred erred
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Court Notes NotesTrial NotesTrial i iTrial
Trial of the case ojf of Sarah F Mansfield Mansfieldagainst Mansfieldagainst ra1Sfieldagainst
against the Utah Light Railway com company company cornparty ¬
pany was commenced before a jury in inJudge inJud inJudge
Judge Jud Lewis court yesterday afternoon afternoonPlaintiff afternoonPlaintiff afternoonPlaintiff
Plaintiff Is suing for 15361 damages She Shealleges Rhoalleges Shealleges
alleges that she was injured by ihe sud sudden sudm sudden ¬
den m start of a car at Main street and andecond RnQcond andecond
econd South Sept 1 190L 190LJude 100LJnde 1904Jude
Jude Ritchie and a Jury are engaged engagedin
in the hearing of the case of Hannah HannahSaline HannahSaUte HannahSnlire
Saline against Albert Thomas The suits stiltsgrows suitsgrows suitsgrows
grows out of a neighborhood row Th Thplaintiff The Theplaintiff Theplaintiff
plaintiff accuses the th < 3 defendant of strik striking strikIng striking ¬
ing her when she was in a critical con ¬
dition She demands 1525 damages damagesFour damagesFour damagesPour
Four smelter smoke cases were trans ¬
ferred from the state district court to the
United States district court All of the thecases thecases thecases
cases involve the same issues issuesthat that of ofcrop ofcrop ofcrop
crop and property destruction by smelter smeltersmoke smeltersmoke smeltersmoke
smoke fumes Judge Marshall Tvlll take
jurisdiction In all of the cases and wilt wiltprobably willprobably WIiI WIiIprobabl
probably hear them next week The four fourcases fourcases fourcases
cases are all against the same company
the Binirham Copper Gold Mining com company com comnny cornPaul ¬
Paul The complainants are William L LTVHIiam
Turner NeBs Anderson N S Nelson and
William Nelson jointly and Neils An ¬
derson
FOR WIFE AND BABY BABYPresent BABYPresent BABYPresent
Present your good wife wifeyour your best bestfriend bestfriendwith bestfrIendwith
friend friendwith with a building lot in Smelter SmelterCity SmelterCity SmelterCity
City the new addition at Garfield GarfieldThese GarfieldThese GarfieldThese
These lots will more than double In Invalue Invalue invalue
value in sixty days Prices of lots 50 50to 50to 50to
to 125 125SIELTER 125SMELTER
SMELTER CITY TOWNSITE pO pOe1Iing jO jOeII1ng
elling Agents Aents
201 D F Walker Bldg BidsBell BldgBell BldgBell
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BILL BI HAS mm IDEA IDEAMeasure IDEAMeasure IDEAMeasure
Measure in Congress Em Embodie Enlbodie Embodie
bodie Suggestion Made by byUtah byUtah byUtah
Utah Educator EducatorProfessor EducatorProfessor Educator1Professor
Professor William M Stewart prin principal princival principal ¬
cipal of the state normal school yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday received word from Washing Washington ¬
ton D C that a bill has been intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced into the house of representa representatives representatives representatives ¬
tives by Representatives s Burkett and andPollard andPollard andPollard
Pollard of Maryland providing for the theappropriation theappropriation theappropriation
appropriation of 500000 annually for forthe forthe forthe
the maintenance of a normal school in inccnnection inccnnectlon Inccnnection
ccnnection with the state normal normalschool nonnalschool normalschool
school to prepare prep re teachers to teach teachindustrial teachindustrinl teachindustrial
industrial education in the elementary elementaryschools elemental elementalschools elementaryschools
schools of the states such appropria appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
tion to be increased 10000 annually annuallyuntil annuallyuntil annuallyuntil
until the total yearly appropriation appropriationshall
shall amount to 51000000 This appro appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
priation is to be divided among the thestate thestate thestate
state normal schools as follows Half Halfis HalfIs
is to be divided proportionately to all allthe aUthe allthe
the states which have established nor normal normal normal ¬
mal schools the other half to be di divided dIvided dlvlded ¬
vided according to the prorata at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance in the normal schools If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the measure becomes a law Utah will willreceive willreceive willreceive
receive between 15000 and 20000 for forthis forthis forthis
this purpose purposeThe purposeThe purposeThe
The introduction of the law comes as asa asa asa
a direct result of the resolutions pre presented presented presented ¬
sented at the recent meeting of the theschool theschool theschool
school superintendents held at Nash Nashville Nashvl1Ie Nashyule ¬
yule Tenn and which was the thework thework thework
work of Professor Stewart who Tvas Tvascalled as ascaIIed ascalled
called there to give a lecture on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of agriculture and manual manualtraining manualtraining manualtraining
training In the elementary school The Thesubstance Thesubstance Thesubstance
substance of the resolution Introduced Introducedwas
was That the state normal schools schoolsgive schoolsgive schoolsgive
give special attention to preparing preparingteachers preparIngteachers Preparingteachers
teachers for instruction in manual manualtraining manualtraining manualtraining
training elementary agriculture and anddomestic anddomestic anddomestic
domestic science and urging the pas passage passage pansage ¬
sage of a bill in Congress to make the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary appropriation for the proper propertraining propertrnining propertraining
training schools doing these lines linesThe linesThe linesThe
The discussion on this t fs measure called calledforth calledforth calledforth
forth a lively discussion on the part of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some of the most prominent educators educatorsof
of the land
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through the agency of the company companyto
to W J T Danner a fiveroom brick brickcottage brickcottage brickcottage
cottage on Second West street near nearNinth nearNinth nearNinth
Ninth South street The lot on which whichthe wbichthe whichthe
the cottage stands measures 50 by 122 122feet 122feet 122feet
feet The consideration mentioned mentionedwas
was 2500 Mr Danner who Is a abrakeman abrakeman abrakeman
brakeman of the Rio Grande Westernrailroad Westernrailroad Western Westernrailroad
railroad bought the property for home homepurposes homepurposes homepurposes
purposes purposesThrough purposesThrough purposesThrough
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feet together with a sixroom cottage cottageon
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Seventh South streets Mrs Ladd paid paid27iiO
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