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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY APRH 7 1906
FADS AGAIN UP UPFOR
FOR DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONPositio
Position of Prof W M Stewart Is IsA
Attacked A At ked d fcy Several State Stateledagogues
Pedagogues PedagoguesHE ledagoguesHEUPJiOLDS
HE HEUPJiOLDS HEUPHOLDS UPHOLDS INDIVIDUALITY INDIVIDUALITYVISITORS INDIVIDUALITYVISITORS
VISITORS ARE ENTERTAINED AT ATUNIVERSITY ATUNIV
UNIVERSITY UNIV ftSTY AT LUNCHEON LUNCHEONThe
The animated discussion begun at atthe
the Thursday Thursd y session of the county su superllitendents
periritendents was resumed yesterday yesterdaymorning
morning with the opening of the ses sesalon
Bion Professor William M Stewart Stewartho
who ho had thrown the bomb the day da be befere bc1cre
fere by advocating perfect freedom as asto
to the course or study the teaching of oftechnical oftechnical
technical subjects in overy grade and andkindred
kindred Innovations secured the floor floorand
and began to explain his position He Hemaintained Hemaintained Hemaintained
maintained that it is only in the in interest interest interest ¬
terest of individuality that he took tookthe tookthe
the stand he did and that the present presentsystem presentsystem
system of teaching has a tendency to totrtail
curtail the activities of the child and andttk
IP ttk Ice him out of life in order to edu eduate
cate < ate him for life lifeHo lifeHe
He was taken up City Superintend Superintendent
ent > nt D H Christensen who main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained that the best normal graduate graduatet
after t fter a years training is not able to todo
do without the help hel of a a supervisor supervisorand
and of a course of study He said that thatinstead thatinstead
instead of one year of training and andpractice andpractice andpractice
practice work she would need many manyears manyyears
years ears of practical work as a special specialist ¬
ist In education before she could be besafely besafely
safely trusted to formulate a course courseof courseof
of study stud to which she could adhere or orwhich
which she herself would wish to ad adhere
here to He held that the course of oft
study t udy as followed today in the city cityhools
schools hools and in the state schools does doesnot
rot Interfere Int rferc with the teachers indi indll
viduality l uaUty and that it Is not n t the moth methodical
odical teacher who finds trouble in fol folhwlng folbwlng
lowing the course of study stud He paid a ahigh a111gh a ahigh
high tribute to the training school but butexpressed butxJressed buleciressed
expressed < > the opinion that a little HUle1raininS littletraining
training is like a little learning dan dangcrous dangerous dangerous
gerous
Oppose His H is Position PositionSuperintendent PositionSuperintendent
Superintendent W S Hawlings of ofT ofProvo of ofProvo
T Provo rovo and Superintendent L E Eg Eggertsen Eggertscn Eggertsen
gertsen of Sprlngvllle took part In the thediscussion thediscussion thediscussion
discussion and said they thought the thenormal the1nrmal thenrmal
normal graduate raduate had been shown to be bean beal beai
an Immature Imni ture creature in a school schoolrocm schoolTKm
rocm and that only onl amateur work workcould workcould woi
could result from her being given more more morefr1e
freedom fr1e om than she now has hasProfessor hasProfessor
Professor Stewart maintained his po position positlon
sition stoutly but with the utmost utmostgood utmostgeod t
good nature and still asserted that the theP thegeFent
P event system has a tendency to curb curboriginalIty
originality and Individuality IndividualityA indlvlduaUtA
A humorous side of the Question was waspresented waspres wa wapresetqd
presented pres tqd by Principal A S Martin Martinof I
of the b rfaht ht t schOol sch6 l who read a quota quotation qu ta taton
ton from tr m Squeers in Nicholas NicholasNltkleb
NIckleby Nltkleb r W J T Kerr of Lo Loan an also alsotook alsotook alsctook
took an active part reaffirming his hisstatement hisstatement 3
statement that the beginning of tech technical technltal
nical education should be In the lower lowergrades lowergrad6s S
grades and that education should be ben b
Trade n de practical practicalVisits pf ctic tkrt1 I IVisits
Visits to the Schools SchoolsFollowing
Following the discussion a paper papertvas paperas papeias
tvas as read by Superintendent Orson ft 11Ryan 1
Ryan of Wasatch county on The Pur Purpose Purpose Purpose ¬
pose of the County Superintendents Superintendentsfct SuperintendentsmlAnnual 3 3miAnnual
fct miAnnual Visit to the School SchoolSuperintendent rhoolSuperintendent hool hoolSuperintendent
Superintendent Christenben read a acrrdial acrdlal L LcrdIal
crrdial invitation to the superintend superintendents
ents nts to attend the N E A meeting to ti
be b held this summer in Los Angeles
The entire association went to the theuniversity thelJJ1iversity th thuniversity
university for luncheon at noon and andremained andrOmained anc i irmained
remained as guests of that institution 1
for the afternoon aft rnoon Professor Stewart Stewarteonducted Stewartmducted Stewarconducted
conducted them through the various
departments and they remained some
time In the training school watching
the work of the t e pupil teachers The Th i
business meeting which was set for forthe forthe foj r
the afternoon was in consequence conse 1uence of a f
this postponed and will be Ild at atoclock atoclock 0 0oclock I
oclock this morning morningGIRLS morningc morningGIRLSTO
c 1 1GIRLS
GIRLS GIRLSTO TO JOSH JOSHGamma JOSHGamma JOSHGamma
Gamma Phi Sorority Will Entertain EntertainFriends EntertainFljends ri riFriends j
Friends Tonight TonightThe TonightTheo
The Theo Theoamma Gamma amma Phi sorority of the Univer University UnlverEity UniverFity ¬
sity of Utah will give a reception to all allthe allthe al 1 1the
the fraternities and sororities this evening eveningat eveniniat
at the Institution Tho Invitation is in intho In1hf ii a athe 1
the form of a hand bill and reads as fol ¬
lows l ws Coming The SoonAtics from the th
land of the mikado The Gamma Phi PhiFororlty PhiFurorlty Ph
Fororlty 4 rority presents the Oriental master masterpiece masterpiece ¬
piece kcc entitled They Never Would Bo B 0 J
Missed or Hang Up the Babys Stock
ingr jn by b Maslerlinck Bush Ibsen Ibserose
Ckose C osee Ade Stevens mitch Rawlins
Pinero Nelson and Belasco Paul In Inoil Inonsultation t ri riconsultation
consultation with Benjamin Rogers Mow Mowcli
oil 11 Under the direction of TProhman Frohman
Wilkinson The performance will ill be hetkooff a
1 tikeoff on all the other organizations in inthe t tihe
the he institution Dancing will follow the the1orformance therformance th 0 0erformance
1orformance 1orformancestudio erformancestudio rformance
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studio 64 West Second South SouthEat So SouthEat th thEat
Eat your lunch In the Palm garden gardenf ri rif
It f th thp Royal RoyalThe RC Thyalow a aOW
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The easiest way to save is by byobligating byobligat byobligating
obligating obligat lg yourself to make makemonthly makemonthly makemonthlY
monthly payments When Whenmoney Whenmoney Whenmoney
money is on hand it is apt to tobe tobe tobe
be spent or lost in speculation speculationAgree speculation4gree speculationAgree
Agree to deposit a certain sum sumeach sumea sumeach
each ea h month and we will help helpyou helpyou helpyou
you youSecurity
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UTAH UTAHBfEKEEPERSCONVENE UTAHBfEKEEPERSCONVENEHold U TAU BEEKEEPERS CONVENE CONVENEHold
Hold H old Annual Meeting and Elect ElectTheir ElectTheir ElectTheir
Their Officers for the theComing theCOllling theCorning
Coming Year YearThe
The Utah State Beekeepers association assocIation associa assoclaon ¬
tion ti on met in annual convention in the city cityand cityand
8 and a nd county building yesterday afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonnd
s and a nd elected the following officers Pres Prosent ¬
Idv ident Id ent X S Lovcay Salt Lake City first firstvicepresident firstvicepresident
vicepresident v It T J Reese Weber coun county county couny ¬
tli ty t y second vicepresident William Bel Belstoit
liG i listou li liId stoit of Nephi secretary A Fasson Fassonrantsvllle
liM c Grantsville Grants G ne assistant secretary J B
Milligun M ulligan of Smithfield County vicepres vicepresents ¬
idents Id ents were selected as follows Utah Utahcount
county count c cT J J J Whitney Weber Mrs R
T Reese Cache Nephi Miller Rich J
W V Satterwake Box Elder J Anson Ansonorgan
Morgan M Mo organ T I R G Welsh Emery Chris
Anderson A Aln Uintah C C Bartlett Wash Washgton
ington ln j gton R A Morris Kanab W V McAl McAlt McA1eter
I t liG lister li eter Wayne ra ne Mrs J S Coleman Davis
lis G E Garrett Tooele A Fasson Wa Wasatch Wasatch Waatch ¬
satch s J A Smith Sanpete Walter Cox Coxuab
Juiib J uab Thomas Bellslon SevIer R A Aowe
L Lowe owe Carbon Mrs N Bryner Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Laleounty
county c J I B Fagg Reports were read
b by bc y the retiring officers Three smelter smelterConsolidated smeltercompanies
ci companies c Bingham Consolidated Utah
Consolidated C and the United States com company company cornany
p pany pb have settled for damage done to
b bees ees Additional claims are being sub submitted
mitted m itteel against other smelting companies companiesBeekeepers >
Beekeepers B Bb who have had hives destroyed
b by y smelter smoke are submitting their theirclaims theirclaims
claims cl aims to a committee comprising E S
Lovesy L LF ovesy James Kiilelson K1 lelson of Holliday J R RFagS
F FagS F agg and Robert Gale both of Mill MillCreek MillCreek
Creek C reek President E S Lovesy delivered deliveredan
a an n address during the session sessionWILL sessionWILL
WILL HAVE MEDICAL DANCE DANCEThe
The Medical society or Aesculapion Aesculaplon1lathatal
Mathatnl M of the University Univer lty of Utah has hassent hassent hasent
sent s ent out invitations to a medical me lcal dance danceto
t to o be given Friday evening April 13 in inthp
t the tI he museum building of the university
I It t will be the first dance ever given by bymedical
m medical edical students It is the desire of the thestudents
students s to become better acquainted with withthe
the t he practicing physicians of the city cft cftThe
The chaperons will be Dr and Mrs J JT
i T Tb Kingsbury Dr and Mrs R V Chain C am amberlin
lj berlin Dr and Mrs M E G Gowans Dr Drand Drand Drnd
a and a nd Mrs W V C Ebaugh Dr and Mrs R RCalderwood RCalderwood Ralderwood
Calderwood C Dr and Mrs Enoch Van VanCott VanCott Vanott
Cott C ott and Dr and Mrs C G Plummer PlummerOLD PlummerIt
0p It ItHQLD
t OLD < HOSS HARKNESS HARKN ESS IN I N TOWN TOWNOld TOWNOld
Old HOSJS Uarkness the veteran Park ParkCity
City C ity baseball player came to the city cityyesterday cityesterday
esterday y yc along with the conference conferencecrowJ conferencecrowJ
c crowJ Harknesa said he had to come cometo cometo
t to o town twice a year at conference time timeto timeto
t to o get a glimpse Iimps at the tall buildings buildingsand
j5 and a nd then he was ready to go back to tothe
the I he mines for another six months Old OldHoss toL L
j Hoss says he does do > s not think he will get getinto getinto
j into ib nto the same again this year but will willbe wIllbe
t be b e found in the grand stand fanning
f for or Park City CitsILING CityGAMBLING
p o
I GAMBLING ILING CASE IS OPENED OPENEDG
G 1 W Harrah Charged With WithConducting
Conducting Poker Game GameTried GalneTried GameTried
Tried Before Diehl DiehlGeorge
George W Harrah arrested some time timeago i i
ago a go and
charged with maintaining a agambling s I
J gambling g house or place resorted to for forpurposes forpurposcs foiurposes
purposes p of gambling mbling was tried yester yesterday
f day d ay before Judge Diehl of the city court
Officers Richard L Shannon and H Wil ¬
son s on testified that they had seen gambling
going g oing on in in room 229 D F Walker build
is i ing i ng They The asserted they the saw four men
sitting s in a game of stud poker These
men were Harrah E Roy a man named
Moore and another man whose name is h
unknown u Officer Shannon said he saw sa
one o ne of the members of the quartette
i throw t a tendollar bill upon the table
This said the witness was taken by b
Harrah who gave a number of chips In
retum r > tun for the money Both witnesses I
testified teptl t fied that they overheard bits of con ¬
versation v carried on during durin the game and ant i i
i earned le rned the value of the differently coTp coTpored cor cororad cdirod
ored < o rod chips Officer Shannon said a1d Har Harrah
j rah 1 < 111 had confessed that he had moved movec I Into
into I nto the In
room the Walker building a aweek aweek C Cweek L
week or ten days befon his arrest arrestSAY arrcsto arrcstSAY
o
SAY STRIKE IS ENDED ENDEDIt
+ f It was stated by an employer + 4 f
+ f last night that the iron moulders mouldersstrike 4 4strike I Istrike
+ strike had practically ended and andthat + 4 f
+ 4 that the strikers had decided to togo 4 I
+ f go back to work This was denied deniedby + f
+ f by a member of the Moulders Mouldersunion + f funion 1 1union h
+ union but It was stated that to +
+ f day would witness developments + 1 1K f fK
+ t t + t t t t e t 0 0III + +
III IIIK
K OF C MISSION CLOSED CLOSEDThe CLOSEDTh
The Th > mission for
the Knights of Colum i
bus held at the St Marys cathedral 1
closed c last night Father Denis Kiely of
ficiated f and Father W K IC Ryan R an deliv
ered e red an address on Death Benedic
tion t was given by Bishop Lawrence Scan I
Ian I an About 150 knights were present in ¬
cluding visitors from Pocatello The St
Marys choir of fifty flft voices and R C
Dunbar soloist furnished the music musicINSURANCE musIcINSURANCE musicINSURANCE
INSURANCE BANQUET BANQUETj
The life insurance men of Salt Lake Lak S >
will hold a banquet banqu t Monday Monda evening evenln
April 9 at the Commercial club The Tb
following will take tak part in the pro
gramme W G Farrell officiating as a
toastmaster Edward Kimball J Melt telt
zen H S Ensign E E Shepherd George a
D Pyper T W V Sloan Slo n Emma Ramsey
Morris and Dr H N Mayo MayoLOANS lIa oo ooe ooLOANS
LOANS ON OItIANCHES OItIANCHESOur e RANCHES RANCHESOur RANCH ES ESOur
Our own money for loan to responsi
ble farmers at reasonable rates with without without without
out delay dela While in Salt Lake see us
The Home Trust Savings Company
6 8 and 10 West First South SouthCARD SouthCARD SouthCARD
CARD FROM FROMSCHRAMM FROMSCHRAMMHis SCHRAMM SCHRAMMHfs
His Liberal Offer to Treat Worst WorstCase WorstCase t tCase
Case of Catarrh in Salt Lake City CityTo CityTo CityTo
To the Editor EditorI Editorhave
I have such an unusual offer
to tomake tomake t tmake
make to your readers one that will wil
be of the greatest value to them that
I hope you ou will willncnt give this letter prom prorniacnt 1 1n
ncnt n nt location locationFor locationFor locationFor
For some time I have had an oppor ¬
tunity to watch the results following followin g Z
the use of Hyomel a treatment for forcatarrh forcatarrh 10 r rcatarrh
catarrh that cures by breathing med ¬
icated air absolutely
without any an anstomach r
stomach dosing The results have been beenso beenso beeiso i
so remarkable that I feel justified In Inmaking Inmalting Ii a amaking
making a public offer to treat the theworst Uteworst ti 0 0worst
worst case of catarrh in Salt Lake e
City with the understanding that if i 1 r
Hyomei does not cure it will cpst ost ab absolutely absolutelynothlng absolutely ¬
solutely solutelynothlng solutelynothlngPeople nothing nothingof nothingPeople
People who have spent a great deal dealof des I 1of
of money with catarrh specialists de deriving deriving dorlving ¬
riving but little benefit have seen al almost alm almOst ¬
most m st immediate good results from the theuse theuse lb e euse
use of Hyomei and continued treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment with this remedy has resulted in ina Inoacomplete I Ia
a complete and lasting cure cureThe cureThe cureThe
The complete Hyomei outfit costs costsonly costsoJ S Sonly
only oJ Y 51 1 and consists of an inhaler that thatcan thatcan tha thacan
be carried In the
can vestpocket a amedicine amedicine a amedicine
medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy Hyomei Hyornel Hyornei ¬
omei Should this not be enough for fora Co Coa
a cure extra bottles of Hyomei can be beobtained beobtained b bobtained
obtained for 50 cents Compare this thissmall t1113small titi titismall
small expense with the fees charged chargedby chargeby
by specialists and remember rememberwe we guar guarant guarant gustant4e
ant ant4e e the 1 treatment will cost nothing nothingunless nothin nothinunless i iunless
unless itloures itlouresI It oures I II i
I 3 hope this offer will be accepted 4ccepted by bymany ii iimany y
many many of your < > ur readers readersVery readersVery readersVery
Very truly yours yoursF
F CSCHRAMM CSCHRAMMFor C SCHRA11lfFor
For Forsale sale by F I3 C Schramm corner cornerFirst cornerFirst comeFhst r
First South and Main streets Where Wherethe Wherethe Whetthe
the cars stop
NATIONAL N GUARD GUARDBAND GUARDBAND
BAND TURNED O OftT T TBoard
Board B oard of Control Secures Order Re Hefusing Refusing Refusfiig
fusing Them ThemU Use se of Armory to toHold toHold toffold
Hold Dance DanceUNITY DanceUNITY
UNITY U p HALL IS SECURED SECUREDAFFAIR SECUREAFFAIR
AFFAIR A FFAIR WILL BE CARRIED BY BYMEMBERSTO BYMEMBERS BYMEMBERSTO
MEMBERSTO MEMBERS TO GOVERNOR GOVERNORThe GOVER OR ORThe
The First Regimental band of r tho na national natIenal nacnal ¬
t tional tl cnal guard of Utah was turned out of ofthe
the t he Armory hall last night by order of ofAdjutant
Adjutant A > General Ray Ra C Xaylor The Theorganization Theoganizatlon
o organization was to give a dance there
in i honor of the
KeithOBrien emplo employes es esAbout
About A bout an hour before the dance was to
begin b egin an order was posted from Adjutant
C General G eneral Naylor refusing to allow the
b band and the use of the drill hall At the thest
last lu st moment when there were about fifty
P persons present J I E Elmer leader of
the t he band and D J Murphy of the Keith
0d OBrien 0 J3rlen store secured Unity hall and the
3v dance d < 3 ance was w s given there The punch booth boothwas
was v w as carried over to the hall and about 150 150couplcs 150ouples
c couples attended the dance 0
The board of control which caused causedreuble
t trouble at the time of the Lincoln day da
b banquet when the First battery was
t treated in a similar manner Is said to be beat
a at t the bottom of the affair last night nightajor
j Major M ajor W V G Williams illiams chairman of the th
t board oard of control could not be reached reached188t
last l night but it Is understood that he hetook
t took exceptions to allowing the band to
i hold h old a danceFor dance
For Benefit of Band BandSome
Some time ago according to a state statemnt statent
mfent m nt made last night by Mr Murphy Murphyseme 1Iurphscme Murphyeine
seme s of the members of the band ap approached
proached pI p him and wanted to give a dance dancein
i in n honor of the KeithOBrien employes employesand
and a nd donate the net proceeds to the ben beneflt benefit
eflt e flt of the band This was agreed upon uponThe uponhe
The T he hall was to be furnished by b the band bandpunch bandptnch bandunch
punch p unch was to be served and the tickets ticketswere
were w ere to cost 1 per couple Members of ofthe
J the t he band secured the signature of Adju Adjutant Adjutant ¬
t tant General Naylor for the use of the thehall
hall h all and also that of Colonel H M H HLund
Lund L und The board of control was not con consulted conuited
suited s in the matter and it is is stated that thatthe thatthc
the t he board took exceptions to allowing the theband
band b and give the dance The board held heldthat heldthat
that th tht thd at it was against the rules and so no notifled notified
tifled t Adjutant General Naylor The or order order
der d er was secured by the board of control controllate L
j late l yesterday afternoon and it was post posted postd
iA e d at the Armory hall last night An or orderly
derly d eny was detailed there and everybody everybodywas ever body bodywas
was w as notified that there would be no nodance nodance ticance I
l dance d ance given at the hall hallAnother haHAnother hallAnother
Another Hall Found Founden
When en the band members became aware awareof awarcor i
c of o f the situation they commenced a search searchfor searchfor searchor 1
for f of or a dancing hall and in the meantime meantimeheld i
1 held h eld to their crowd The Unity hall was wasnot wasnot wa
J not n ot engaged and it was secured The en entire entire
tire t crowd went to the dance About 50 50was 50was ot otwas I
was expended In decorations at the Arm Armory
c ory o ry hall by the band but after all the thedance thodance th thance I
t dance d ance proved to be a financial success successLOOK
1 1LOOK
LOOK I I I I OO UP STEVE SIEVECounsel ADAMS ADAMSCounsel I
Counsel for Alleged Fdaho FdahoMurderers rdahoMurderers
Murderers Makes a Trip Tripto TriptoZion
to toZion toZionFred Zion ZionFred
Fred Miller of Spokane Wash one oneof oneof owf
of o < f the counsel for the officials of the theWestern theWestern th thWestern
Western Federation of Miners who are areaccused areaccused ar araccused
accused of being implicated In the themurder tillmurder
murder of exGovernor Steunenberg of ofIdaho ofIdaho o C
Idaho I Is In the city Mr Miller made madea madia
a trip to Park City yesterday to look lookup lookup loolup
up the records of Steve Adams one oneof oneof 2
of the men who is supposed suppo cd to have havemade havemade a amade
1
made a confession which militates militatesagainst militatesagainst a
against the accused men As printed printedin I
in i n The Herald several weeks ago agoAdams agoAdams
Adams has a jail record at Park City
Mr rr Miller says that he is confident confidentof tof t
of the ultimate acquittal of his clients clientsHe clientsHe clIentsHe
He further believes that the supreme supremecourt supremecourt 2
court of the UnitedStates United States will ill liberate liberatethem liberatethem liberatthem C 0C
them on the ground that they were wereImproperly Wertimproperly 1 1mproperly B
Improperly I extradited from Colorado to t 3
Idaho though the Idaho supreme court courtheld cour t theld
held against them in that particular particularMr
Mr Miller says that for fourteen fourteendays fourteendays 1 adays
days the accused men have been al allowed atowed
lowed l to remain together in the Ada Adacounty Adacounty Ad i acounty
county jail at Boise without being sep separated separated
arated or otherwise harrassed harrassedPRAISE iarrassedPRAISE arrassedPRAISE
PRAISE FOR FORSALT SALT LAKE LAKESt
St Louis Man Predicts Great Future Futurefor Futurefor e efor
for the City CityRichard CityRIchard CityRichard
Richard Stix of the firm of Rice Stix StixCo StixCo StixCo t
Co of St Louis Is visiting In Salt Lake LakeHe LakeHe i iHe
He Is also a heavy stockholder in the th °
DalyWest Daly Vest and the United States Mining Miningcompanies 1flningcompanies Mlnin Mlnincompanies
companies Mr Stix was the guest while whil en e
In I n Salt Lake of Senator Simon Bamber Bambergrer Bamberger Bainbergem
gem grerHe He expressed the liveliest Interest In Inthe t n
the future of Salt Lake saying among amongother amongother amon amonother g Ug
other things that he considered It the thebest theb th Cbest c
best b > st city of its size In the United States StatesThis StatesrIds Staterum i
This rum is my first visit to Salt Lake Lakesaid Lakesaid Lakesaid
said Mr Stix and I am more than thanpleased thanploased tha il Iipleased
pleased with what I have seen here I Ihave rhnve Ihave
have already made some mining Invest Investments Investmlnts investments ¬
ments In this state and I expect to make makemore makemore male ° emore
more In the future for I appreciate the thefact thefact th e efact
fact that the mineral resources of Utah Utahhave Utahhave Uta Utahave
have not as yet been developed to the theextent thbextent Ut 0 0extent
extent that they thc ultimately will be beLEGAL beIt beLEGAL
It ItLEGAL
LEGAL WIFE TURNED TURNEDUP
UP AND MADE TROUBLE TROUBLELos
Los Angeles Cal April 6 GJames James R RWylie RWylie I IWylie
Wylie once a minister of Methodist Methodistchurch llethodistchurch t tchurch
church South in New York later a amining amining
mining operator in Phoenix Ariz and andmore andmore an dL d
more recently a carpenter In Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles L ¬
geles has left his home at 336 Winston Vinstonstreet n nstreet
street in this city and a warrant chars charging charsing
ing bigamy has been be > n issued for his ar arrest arrest atrest
rest Mrs Maude WYlie who arrived arrivedhere clrrhadhere dhere d
here today toda from the east says she shethe is isthe isthe s
the mans lawful wife and swears to tothe t 0 0 0the
the charge of bigamy Wylle accom accompanied accompanied I Ipanied ¬
panied by the woman to whom nt ntwas nlwas ii iiwas
was married in this city Aug 28 1905 1905left iso isoleft
left here yesterday for New MexicoMrs MexicMrs Mexico MexicooMrs
Mrs Wylie ryUe claims she and her hus husband husband hutband
band were married In the east several severalyears severalyears severs seversyears
years ago agoIt agoIt agoItmaybe
It Itmaybe ItmaybeCOFFEE may be beProve beCOFFEE
COFFEE COFFEEProve I IProve
Prove by change to toPOSTIM toPOSTUM toPOSTIJM
POSTIM
10 days and note We improve improvement improvement Improvement ¬
ment
i
Theres a Reason I
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SPREAD S GOSPEL UF UFHOME OFHOMEINDUSTRY
HOME HOMEINDUSTRY INDUSTRY INDUSTRYSpeakers
Speakers S at Meeting Under Auspices Auspicesof
of M 311 M A ladies AuxiliaryMake AuxiliaryMake Auxiliary
Make Converts ConvertsMANY ConvertsMANY ConvertsANY
MANY M ANY WOMEN PLEDGE AID AIDv AIDUTAH AIDUfAH
v
UTAH UfAH U TAH PRODUCTS ARE PRO PRONOUNCED PRONOUNCED
NOUNCED THE BEST BESTAt BESTAt
At the meeting of the Ladles Aux Auxiliary AuxUlary ¬
u iliary iary to the Manufacturers Mer Merchants 1lerchants ¬
c chants association of Utah held yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday t afternoon at Barratt hall the thebcnefits theb theenefits
bcnefits b L nefits to be derived from patronizing patronizingh
j h < me industry were set forth The Thespeakers Thespeakers
speakers s were Mathonihah Thomas ThomasMrs homas11rs
Mrs M rs Lydia D Alder of the exhibit exhibitcommittee exhibitcommittee
c committee Miss Lydia Holmgren In Instructor Instructor ¬
s structor ni domestic science of the theLatterday theLatterday
i Latterday L Saints university and Mrs MrsMary MrsMary
Mary M ary F Kelley secretary of the ladles ladlesauxiliary ladlesauxllfary
a auxiliary a The meeting was presided presidedover presidedover
o over ver by Mrs Irs A V Taylor president presidentof resldentof
o of f the ladles auxiliary auxiliaryMiss auxiliaryMiss
Miss Holmgren urged young men of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah U tah to learn the trades and Indus Industries industries ¬
f tries t of their home state and not to toseek toseek
s seek eek employment in eastern and other otherstates otherstates
s states in preference From personal personalchemical personalchemical
c chemical analysis made by her in her hercapacity hercpadty
c capacity as Instructor in domestic domesticscience domesticscience
s science she has found that many do domestic lomestic ¬
mestic m estic commodities of Utahmake are arefar arefar i
f far fv ar superior to those imported and ad advertised advertised ¬
vertised v V as as the best bestMrs best1lrs bestMrs
Mrs Alders remarks were along the thesame thesame
s same lines Purchasing goods and andfoodstuffs andfoodstuffs andoodstuffs
foodstuffs f not produced In Utah she shesaid shesaid he heaid
said s ° is suicidal She was strongly in infavor infavor iiiavor
I favor avor of having Utah everything
Mrs Taylor spoke of the purpose of ofthe ofthe olhe
t the he society and made an appeal for co cooperation cooperation coperation ¬
c operation and support from other lo localities localities loalities ¬
u calities c In the state Those who re responded responded reponded ¬
s sponded and expressed their desire to totake t ttake
t take the Initiative in forming new or organizations organizations ¬
ganizations g were Mrs Julia A Rich Richards Rlchatds Richids ¬
a ards a ids Mrs Maria E Ward rard MrsJane MrsJaneParsons 1lrs Jane Janeparsons
Parsons P arsonp and Mrs Annie L Wells of ofBox ofBox ol
Box B ox Elder county Mrs Melinda Beal Bealof Bealof Beaf
c of o f Sevier county Mrs Emma Beal BealMrs BeallIrs
3 Mrs trs Ezra Shoemaker and Miss Etta EttaBench EttaBench
j Bench B ench of Sanpete county Miss Zina ZinaCard ZinaCard EtteL L
Card C ard Mrs Rebecca Ralston and Mrs MrsNellie
Nellie ± Parkinson of Cache county
Mrs Louisa W Jones of Utah county county11rs
2 Mrs Sarah J Rasband of Summit Summitcounty Summitcounty I
county c < Mesdames Lucy A Clark Ce Cecelia Cecelia ¬
celia c < elia Steed Eliza A Pilcher and Ju Judith Judith ¬
dith d ith Welling of Davis county Mrs MrsSarah 1IrsScrah
Sarah S Houston of Garfield county count count1lrs
Mrs Cynthia J 3 Wooton Mrs Eva i
J Heiner and Mrs Jane Adams of Mor Morgan 1101ban ¬
ban g an county countyMesdames countyMesdames countyMesdames
Mesdames Minnie H Jensen and Ol Olga Olga
ga g a K Lee of BrIgham City were in at attendance attEndance atendance ¬
tc tendance t as representatives of the so society s sclty ¬
ciety c already organized in that city
It was expected that Mrs Bathsheba BathshebaI t
I W Smith president of the Relief so society ¬
ciety c iet would be
in attendance but on onaccount onaccount oi oiccount 1
account a of a previous engagement she sh
did d id not arrive arriveLOCAL arriveLOCAL
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LOCAL OCALBRIEFS BRIEFS BRIEFSC I
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TO HELP CHURCH CHURCHTh The Dixie jubi
lee l ee singers will give a benefit concert t
at 3 oclock this afternoon at Federation
hall for the benefit of Calvary Baptist Baptistchurch
church churchBANK c hurchBANK
BANK CLEARINGS CLEARINGSLocal Local bank clear
ings i ngs show an Increase of nearly nearl 100 per pc r
cent c ent over the clearings of the correspond
ing l og day of a year ear ago a o The figures for to r
yesterday psterda were 5267333 Those of last las t
year were 42398733 42398733CAPITAL 4239S733CAPIlAL 423OS733CAPITAL
CAPITAL STOCK INCREASED
Cory Bros of Ogden filed amended ar
tides t of incorporation yesterday with the th thsecretary
secretary secretar of state The capitalization of o f
the i company was increased from 30000 0 V
to t o 150000 at 100 per share shareSECOND shareSECOND shareSECOND
SECOND APPORTIONMENT READY
State Auditor J I R 1 Edwards will report repor
today to State Superintendent of Public C 2
Schools D H Christensen that the th sec
ond apportionment of school funds for to
the year ear 1906 19 6 will be 1 per pupil This This s
is I s the largest apportionment received at a t
one time for public school funds from the Ut e
state stateNEW stateNEV stateNEW
NEW DOCTORS CREATED CREA CREATEDCertifi TEDCertifi TEDCertificates Certifi Certificates i icates ¬
cates were granted yesterday e8terda b by the th e
State Board of Medical Examiners to the th e
following Alvin E Wing Randolph
Robert R Hampton city cit Orrin BrooKs BrooKscity Brookscity 3 3city i
city Obstetrics ObstetricsHarry Harry Taberson city clt
Lulu Mission Fairview Ida N Lane Lanecity Lanecity Lawcity
city Huldah Harmon Bountiful Dilpah Ii ii
Gray Gra Lehi Gillette S Hadley city cIt Jane Jan e
Jacobson Bountiful BountifulHURT BountifulHURT
HURT IN RUNAWAY RUNAVAYSuperintendent Superintendent it
M M I Woods Toods of the industrialfarm industrial farm was wa
injured yesterday morning mornin in a runaway runawa runawawhile
while coming to Salt Lake from the farm fart r r
in Bountiful His horse became fright frightened frightened
ened and bolted Mr Woods was thrown fl
from his buggy and sustained a bruise bruiseover bruiseover bruis e eover
over the right eye e e When Mr Woods ar arrived atrived ¬
rived in Salt Lake he had the bruise I a
dressed and and It was found to be not seri serious 5erIous ser I Ious
ous ousSTUDENTS
STUDENTS WILL FIX UP U UStu UStudentR Stu Students I Idents I
dents of the Utah university will repair repairthe repairthe repatthe
the big U on the side of the hill at the therear therear Ui Uirear
rear of the college some time in May Ma r
Much of the lime and whitening ma material material L Lterial ¬
terial has been washed away awa during the thepast tb thepast Le Lepast 5
past winter The day to be selected for forthis forthis fe fethis
this purpose by the faculty facult of the school schoolwill schoolwiII I Iwill i
will be set aside as an annual day for forrepairing forrepairing Cc r rrepairing
repairing the U The students will willclean willcJean wi U ULs il
clean and repair the university grounds groundson groundOfl Ls s
on Arbor day dayCA dayCANNERS
CANNERS CA NERS HAVE HA YE BANQUET BANQUETRepre BANQUETRepresentaUveS Repre
sentatives of the Utah Davis and Weber Webercounty Webecounty r
county canneries had a banquet anq et at the theCommercial theCommercial Ui UiCommercial e
Commercial club last evening C A ASuydam ASuydam J JSnydani
Suydam general sales agent of the Con Contlncntal Continental Cortiriental
tlncntal Can company was the guest of ofhonor ofhonor c if ifit f
honor Mr lr Suydam and others present presentmade presentmadl preset presetmade it t
made short Impromptu talks on subjects subjpctspertaining sr s
pertaining to the canning industry Sev Several Seioral r
eral railroad men were also present presentAbout presen t tAbout L
About eighteen canning companies were wererepresented wererepresented wei e erepresented
represented at this Informal affair affairDOWIE affaire affairDOWIE affairDOWIEPROMISESTO
e
DOWIE DOWIEPROMISESTO DOWIEPROMISESTOPERFORM PROMISES TO TOPERFORM TOPERFORM
PERFORM A MIRACLE MIRACLEWill E EIs
Will Bring Back From Mexico Scrolls Scrollsof Scrolof Is k LS
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of Parchment Upon Which Are AreWritten AreWritten AreWritten
Written the Books Booksof of Moses MosesChicago MosesChicago
+ 4 Chicago Aprl 6 GThe The Dally DallyNews DailyNews + + f
4 + News says today tat John Alex Alexander 1 1ander r
4 + ander Dowie has announced In a aprhate aprivate +
4 + private telegram to one of his dea deacons + f f4cons
4cons + cons that he will return to Zion ZionCity ZionCity 4
4 + City late Monday lIon ay night and per perform + 4 4form f
+ form a miracle miracleHe m1racleHe +
4 + He promises among other otherthIngs + 4 4things
4 + things to bring to the faithful faithfulin + f ff
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+ f in Zion 10000000 in gold and scv scveral sereral +
+ eral scrolls of parchment upon uponwhich uponwhich f
4 + which aye written the five books booksof 4 4of +
4 + of Moses In the message which whichwas + 4
4 4 was sent from the th City of Meilco MeiicoDowie + f
4 + Dowie declared that he h is now newgreater 4 +
4 + greater than ns n ever was as believed eli ved 4 +
4 to t be b 4 +
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10fiorN OGDENNEWS OGDENNEWSOffice NfWS NWSOffice
l 4 Office ffCC 2484 Washington AveOgden Ave AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Saturday April 7 7TOES 7REFUSES 7E
TOES R E EU S ES A GRAND 0 JURY JURYJudge ill RY
IJudge Judge J I Howell of District Court
Cannot See Necessity of ofThis ofThis ofThis
This Inquisition Inquisitionudge
fudge Judge Jv T A Howell yesterday denied
the t he request of District Attorney George
Halyerson H alverson for a grand jury The request requestwas requestwas requestas
was w as entered by the district attorney dur durg ¬
ing ln lnC g the trial of the cases against the city
councilmen C and was the result of the thepublication thepublication theublication
publication p pp of certain articles which ap ¬
peared p In the Glasmann papers in which
the t he district
attorney was bitterly at atacked ¬
tacked tncltedJudge t Judge Howell said In part
Being of opinion that there is no gen ¬
eral e ral
necessity for a grand jury there
only o nly remains to consider whether these
particular p pa newspaper criticisms which
are a re brought to attention
my are suffl sufflje
cIent d ent to justify the court in summoning
one o je ne I agree with the district attorney
that t the public as well as himself is en ¬
titled t to lave a most searching Investi ¬
gation g gin ation as to their truth But it seems seems to
me in c that one o e such investigation will suf ¬
fice fl ee and it would serve no useful pur ¬
pose p ose to duplicate It Inasmuch therefore
as a s the ordinary ordlnar machinery of the law
provides p a sufficient means of probing
tI this t matter It Is unnecessary to bring
into I being the extraordinary machinery
of o f a grand jury to accomplish the same
result r The
district attorney can exer exercise exercise ¬
cise e lse indeed has already exercised his hisprerogative hisprerogative hisrerogative
prerogative p as a a citizen which he does doesnot doesnot doesot
not n ot lose simply because he holds a public publicoffice pUblicotfice
office o to swear to a complaint against
these t who as he claims have maligned
him h im and if there Is sufficient cause
therefor t they will be brought to trial so
that a grand Jury is unnecessary for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thaturpose
purpose purposePRESBYTERIANS purposePRESBYTERIANS p urposePRESBYTERIANS
PRESBYTERIANS MEET MEETNew MEETNew MEETNew
New Arrivals Swell Number Attend AttendIng Attending
Ing Sessions of Presbytery PresbyteryThree PresbyteryThree
Three sessions of the spring meeting of ofthe ofthe
tF the t he Presbytery of Utah were held in the theFirst
First F irst Presbyterian church here yesterday yesterdayA esterda esterdaA
A number of additional delegates arrived arrivedduring
during d the day da At the morning session sessionthe sessionthe sessionhe
the t he standing committees were appointed appointedThe appointedThe appointedThe
The Rev Re Dr S E WIshard was was elect elected elected electd ¬
ed e d as minister commissioner to the gen general general genml ¬
eral c ml assembly assembl Elder S E Binns was wasalso wasalso waslso
also a lso chosen as commissioner to the gen general general genral ¬
eral e ral assembly and Dr J S Gordon was waselected waselected
elected e organist Rev John T Stormont Stormontgave Stormontgave Stommontave
gave g ave a lengthy report on the Uintah res reservation reservation resrvatlon ¬
er ervation e stating that the reservation was wasrapidly wasrapidly wasapidly
rapidly r becoming populated and that thatthere thatthere
there t were equally as many man r Gentiles as
Mormons i settling there indicating the theneed theneed theeed
need n eed of a Gentile minister In that section
At the evening session communion ser services services
vices v ices were held and this was as followed followedy
vb
by b y a testimonial meeting A special mu musical musical muical ¬
sical s ical programme was also rendered The Themeeting Themeeting Themeeting
meeting will be concluded today when whentwo whentwo whenwo
two t wo sessions will be held heldHAD heldHAD heldHAD
HAD TO WALK WALKWANTS WANTS 299 299Ralph 299Ralph 299Ralph
Ralph Wilcox Soon to Bring Unusual UnusualAction UnusualAction
Action Against Short Line LineAttorneys LineAttorne3s LineAttorneys
Attorneys Maglnnis Corn In behalf behalfof
of o f Ralph Wilcox have prepared an un unusual unusual ansual ¬
usual u sual damage suit against the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line Railroad cor co pany pan which will willbe wIllbe willbe
be filed in a few days da s Damages in the thesum theum
sum s um of 299 are asked for on the grounds groundsof
of alleged breach of contract contractAccording contractAccording contractAccording
According to the complaint complaint the plaintiff plaintiffpurchased plaintiffpurchased j jpurchased
purchased a ticket Icket at the Ogden union uniondepot uniondcopot unIondepot
depot entitling him to a trip to the Utah UtahHot UtahHot UtahHot
Hot Springs and return He boarded a aregular aregular aegular
regular r train to the springs A short time timebefore timebEefore timebefore
before the train was due at the Hot HotSprings HotSprIngs HotSprings
Springs station upon which he was to re returr returIo meurr
turr t urr he repaired to the depot and waited waitedbut waftedbut waitedbut
but when the train came it did not stop stopIt stopH stopt
It I t being urgent upon him to be back in inthe inthe inhe
the t he city that night he was forced to tovalk towalk towalk
walk the entire distance for which he henew henow henow
now asks damages damagescOUBLE damagesCOUI3LE
COUBLE AGREE TO PART PARTMr
Mr and Mrs Orlando W Holibaugh HolibaughFile I
File Deed of Separation SeparationOrl SeparationOrlando
Orlando Orl ndo W Holibaugh and his wife wifeElizabeth wifeElizabeth wifeElizabeth
Elizabeth Holibaugh planned a separa separation separation
tion and after they had agreed upon the theamount theamount
amount of alimony and other matters mattersthe mattersthey
they the had it all entered Into a deed and andthe andthe andthe
the same was filed with the county re recorder recorder recorder
corder yesterday as a deed of separa separaThe separatien separaticn
tien tienThe The Holibaughs in their deed embodied embodiedat I
at article whereby a divorce was to be beasked beasked
asked for on the ground of desertion in inelx intix himix
mix months from the time the instrument instrumentvasr Instrumentas
vasr v as drawn up and the defendant agrees agreesthat agreesthat
that no defense or contest will be en entered entered
tered
School Board Meets MeetsAt
At the regular session of the board of ofeducation of ofeducation
education held last evening the finance financecommittee financecommittee financecommittee
committee reported cash on hand 519 19
29155 291 5 and estimated the amount neces necessarv fecessary
sary for conducting the school for the thenext thenext thenext
next next school year ear at 118200 of which hlch 44is 44
000 ° ° ° Is expected from the apportionment apportionmentof
of the state school taxes and the balance balancewill balancewlll balancewill
will be raised by tax levy le Bills amount amountIng amounting amounting
Ing to 185354 1853 4 were allowed allowedOgden allowedOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsA
A tenpound baby girl was was born to Mr Mrand Mrand Mrarid
and Mrs George Ritchie yesterday yesterdayA
A marriage license was Issued yester yesterday ester esterday
day to T E Holroyd aged 28 and Miss MissAnnie lUssA1mie MistAnnie
Annie Wells aged 23 both of Ogden OgdenAt
At a meeting of the board of directors directorss I
of the Pingree National bank of Ogden a s I
2 per cent dividend was declared The Thesurplus Thesurplus Th Thsurplus si i
surplus was Increased to 7500 7500H 7 OO OOH
H H Steck arrested for complicity in inthe I
the theft of a watch was released on onball or orball 1
ball yesterday It is stated that on ac acccunt acccunt
ccunt of lack of evidence to convict Steck Steckf SteelSill S
Yo Sill ill not be prosecuted prosecutedVord
Word was received hero yesterday jesterda of ofthe ol t
the death of Albert S Cates formerly formerlyconnected formerlyc r
connected c nnected with the Utah National bank bankin banlin S
In this city which occurred at Los An Angeles Angeles
geles Thursday from an attack of dia dlatetes diabetes dialetes
tetes tetesJohn betesJohn
John Chlpp it is charged stole a clock clockfrom clocktroIn clod clodfrom C
from Benkers secondhand store yester yesterday yesterI ester esterda ¬
day da morning and tried to sell it to the thesame thesame thlsame I
same establishment during the afternoon afternoonHe
He was as arrested on a petit larceny larcenycharge larcenycharge Iarcen Iarcencharge
charge chargelIrs
Mrs Jane A Chaplow died at the home homeof homiof S
of Philip Planz 2326 Lincoln avenue yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning aged 71 years from bron bronchial bronchial bronchial ¬
chial pneumonia She was a resident of ofOgden ofOgden o
Ogden for more than twenty years ears An AnGeorge Anonly At Atonly oI I
only eon resides in Los Angeles AngelesGeorge
George McNally who was as brought to toOpden toJden t tI a
ogden Jden from Leighton on Thursday and andtaken andtaken an I
taken to the Ogden general hospit i I died diedat diedat anS S
at that institution early last evening The TheImmediate Theimmediate Th ThL e
Immediate cause of death was pneumonia pneumoniaHe L
He was 45 years of age and has a brother brotherresiding brotherresIding brotheresiding r
residing In Michigan 1nchi n who has h been no notified notified notitled ¬
tified of his demise demisePEACE demisePEACE demisePEACE
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PEACE IN HUNGARY lNHUNGARYVienna HUNGARYVienna
Vienna April 6 GPeace Peace between the thecrO th C Ccrown
crown crO 9Jl and the Hungarians has been beenconcluded beeiconcluded
concluded and the parliamentary parliamentarycrJsis parliamentarycrJsisIs crisis ens 5 5is
is over Premier Ferjervary Ferjerv ry has ie resigned re resigned
signed and Alexander Wekrele W krele has hasbeeno ha S Sbeen
been beenoappointed appointed premier with a a man mandate mandate
date to totorm form a conciliatory cabinet for forHung Co r rHungary
Hungary Hung HungaryI fy
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h i W made i clothing IL The ri dytouse readytouser e dytouseWL j jAtterbury
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J6 si buy better t e wearing apparel p We Wesuggest Wesuggest
suggest g s a visit ii to our New S Store Storend
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Just A a Few FewAnd FewDays FewDys
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And A AI nd old Mother Earth will be arrayed arrayedin arraedin
in I n her new spring garb trees and grass grassall grassall grassll
all a ll green flowers in bloom and skies skiesblue skIesblue skieslue
blue b lue How is the old house going to tolook tolook toook
1 look as a contrast Weve got the thespringtime thespringtime thepringtime
springtime s sr colors all put up in cans cansready cansready canseady
i ready r for you to put your house in inkeeping inkeeping ineeping
keeping k with the season seasonMORRISON seasonMORRISON seasonMORRISON
MORRISON MERRILL CO
28 Main Street StreetSPRINGIFLERS StreetSPRINGIFIERS StreetSPRINGIFIERS
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A good correction of defective defectivesight defectlosight defectivesight
sight is often spoiled by poorly poorlyground poorlyground poorlyground
ground lenses lensesThe lensesThe lensesThe
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TORISCUS The Columbian Columbianspecial Columbianspecial Columblanspecial
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rQ4 I with wlthblurlbbon bine ribbon Take Takono no other Refuse Kefu c ctloniu
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MUOD M aU n taU thI paper per Madlaon Saaaro PHlIiA 1 r rARRANGES A AARRANGES AARRANGES
ARRANGES JTS ITS EXHIBIT EXHIBITState EXHIBITState EXHIBITState
State Fair Association Busy BusyGetting BusyGetting BusyGetting
Getting in Order Display of ofState ofState ofState
State Products ProductsOne
One of the busiest men in Salt Lake Lakeyesterday Lakeesterday i iyesterday
yesterday was Horace S Ensign secra secratary secrltary seeratary
tary of the Utah Fair association It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was movlngrln day of the specimens of ofstate ofstate ofr
state products to be shown at the new ne r
headquarters of the association 20 Brig
ham street All day long boxes of spec ¬
imens of ores fruits seeds and grains grainswere grainswere I Iwere
were received receivedThe receiyedThe receivedThe
The association which has under Its pro ¬
tecting wing the destinies of o the inter intermountain intermountain intermountain
mountain fair project will display to via ¬
itors a large number 01 specimens sp cimens of ot
Utah ores onyx on marble and products productsof
of the Utah soil Fifty jars of grains
have already been received The State
Horticultural society has agreed to send sendat sendat sew sewat
at once to the association specimens of oi
dried and preserved fruits and vegetables
During the summer months the sodiety sodietywill sometywlU sodietiwill
will keep the association supplied with
fresh fruits and vegetables for display displapurposes
purposes purposesI j
I feel that our move from the Hooper
block to our new location has been of o I Ithe
the greatest possible advantage said I
Mr Ensign yesterday esterda The number of ofvisitors ofvisitors o f fvisitors
visitors has been steadily Increasing since sincewe sincevefirst sinciwe
we vefirst first opened these offices so that now no
there is not a day da passes In which less
than twentyfive to fifty persons from fromoutside fromoutside Ironoutside
outside cities and towns call callFUNERAL callPUERAL
1 FUNERAL NOTICE NOTICEThe
The he funeral services of Margaret M
Atkinson who died April 5 1906 at a L
Brighton Utah will be held at ODon ODonnell ODonn ODonnell
nell n n Cos Cosfuneral funeral chapel 26 South West WestTemple WestTemple
Temple street stre > t at 1 p m Sunday April I
8 1906 Interment Mt Olivet cemetery cemeter cemeterFt1fndR
Fcl Ft1fndR nds invited
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DIED DIEDlIILLIn DIEDMILI1n i iMILL
MILL lIILLIn In this city cU April 6 1906 Kath Katherlna Katherina Katherina
erina Mill In her 65th year yearNotice yearNotice ear earNotice
Notice of funeral later laterGROOM laterGROOMlri laterGROOMIn
GROOM GROOMlri In this city April 6 1906 Mrs
Mary Groom 75 years of ace a e at the th
home of her daughter Mrs W T 1
Scare 227 Iowa avenue avenueFuneral ayenueFuneral avenueFuneral
Funeral services will v ll be held at noon noo C
Sunday at Eleventh ward meetinghouse
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used in making makingOnly makingSWEETS
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CARNATION CARNATIONCHOCOLA CARNATIONCHOCOLATES
CHOCOLA CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATESOnly TES TESOnly
Only the best because we wecannot wecannot wecannot
cannot afford to use the theinferior theinferior theinferior
inferior kind The reputa reputation reputation reputation ¬
tion of this candy factory factorywont factorywont I
wont stand it itMakers itSWtf ItSWT
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phones and let us help you ou ar arrange arrange arrange
range your Sunday dinner dinnerWeve dinnerWeve dinnerWeve
Weve got a world of things thingswhich thingswhich tA tAwhIch
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County Not Liable for Municipal MunicipalElection MunicipalElection MunicipalElection
Election Expenses ExpensesCounty ExpensesCounty ExpensesCounty
County Attorney P P Chri Christensen e1sei1 gave gavean ga gaan gavean
an opinion yesterday to G 9uat Kiaty Auditor AuditorI
I M L Fisher that tile Ine ltated
incorporated r town townof to tow It Itof i iof
of Forest Dale is liable for election ex expenses expenses expenses ¬
penses Incurred last fall which hleh it at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to force upon the county for forpayment forplJment forpayment
payment The towns expenses expe for an anelection allelection au auelection
election last fall to get the sentiment of ofthe litt oftj
the t tj e residents r on the dislncorporation dislncorporationquestion disincorporationqLestion disInorationQLEStiOn
qLestion was 3818 which included reg ¬
istration work and supplies This hill hillwas bi1was billwas
was sent In to the county auditors offlc1 offlc1and orneand etChaand
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