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Office 2484 Washington Va hlngton Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
Ogden Tuesday Tuesday June 26 I
Says She Wishes Both Hus Husband H Hushand s sband ¬
band and Page Had Been BeenKilled BeenKilled BeenKilled
Killed in Canyon CanyonMrs
Mrs lrs Fane wife 1fe of the man charged chargedwith eharleGith chargedwith
with ith having attempted to kill Ora S Page Pagein Pa Pagein e ein
in Ogden canyon on Sunday has left her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband and intends to apply for a di divorce diorcc dtorce ¬
vorce orcc She talked to a Herald reporter reporteriu
iu Salt Lake last night and after learning learn learning learning ¬
ing of the attempted tragedy in the hills hillsexpressed biJJsfxpressed hillsexpressed
expressed the wish that both men had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been killed killedI
I wish both of them had been killed killedsaid kiJJedaid killedFaid
said aid she Then I would have some somepeace somepeace somepeace
peace I gave Page the money to leave leavetown 1eavetown leavetown
town with th for I was afraid Parse Fa t would wouldkill wouldkm wouldkill
kill him as he had threatened to do soy several se selal soycal ¬
cal lal times UD1 He told me that he was gping
to tl get Page into some saloon and buy him himdrinks blmdrinks himdrinks
drinks and then get him in some lonely lonelyplace lonelyplace lonelyplace
place and choke him to death He said saidthis saidthis saidthis
this several times Page went with my
daughter and the four of us often went wentto wentto wentto
to dances Page would dance with me mesometimes mesometimes mesometimes
sometimes and this made Farse jealous jealousHe jealousHe jealousHe
He need not have been for he came camearound camearound camearound
around after Elizabeth my daughter un until until untii ¬
til she would have nothing more to do dowith dowith dowith
with him because becau e he was lazy and andwouldnt andWouldnt andwouldnt
wouldnt work or I gave Page money sometimes some sometimes sometmes ¬
times and d I went to Ogden on Sunday Sundayto
to get It back from him I told Farse befnre be before before ¬
fore I left him three weeks ago that Page Pagehad Pagehad Pagehad
had gone to Ogden I didnt care any anything an ant11ing anything ¬
thing about Page I only wanted to get getthe getthe getthe
the money I had lent him Farse always alwaysabused alwayabuled alwaysabused
abused and beat me He did this before beforejoined beforeVr
Vr f > joined the Mormon church and left leftDenmark leftlpnmark leftDenmark
Denmark eleven years ago About four fourweeks fourweeks fourweeks
weeks ago we agreed to separate and I Iam Iam Iam
am going to get ge a divorce from him I Ihave Ilave Ihave
have lave never seen Page since I came here hereand hereand hereand
and Farse knows it After I had left leftParse leftJarse leftFarse
Parse he sent my daughter to Idaho to tokeep tokttp tokeep
keep her away from me Farse has hastfrrlble a aterrible aterrible
terrible temper and would get mad and andjealous andjealous andjealous
jealous over nothing Page roomed at 62 G2Second 62Second It ItSecond
Second South He is a quiet qu t fellow but butlazy butlazy butlazy
lazy I have been working at a hotel hoteland hotelRnd hoteland
and have earned my own living for some sometime someUme sometime
time Elizabeth Farse was not our daugh daughter daughtT daughter ¬
ter but I adopted her h in Denmark when whenshe whenFbe whenshe
she was 11 years ears old She Is now about aboutU
20 1 U Page went with her for a long time timeAirs timeMrs timeMrs
Mrs Farse had not heard he rd of the at attempted att attempted ¬
tempted t mpted crime last night she said and andwas andwas andwas
was much upset u 88t by the news newsIn newsIn newsIn
In company with Deputy Sheriff Sey Seymour Seymour Seymour ¬
mour Clark Ora S Page yesterday vis visited visjted visited ¬
ited the place in figden den canyon where heflays he heRajs hefaYS
faYS Lauritx Faris Facllattempted Fa attempted to kill himBe him himHe himHe
He went over the ground with a view viewof YlewIf viewof
of If fastening the crime upon his alleged allegedassailant allegedassailant allegedassailant
assailant Following the trail for one onelialf ODelalf onehalf
half mile UP the mountain side they ar arrived arIived arrived ¬
rived fct jv noint where the trail makes makesan
an abrupt turn and it was here Page al alleged alIpged alleged ¬
leged Fame 1 rse struck him with the rock rockthat rockthat
that 1 hat nearly crushed his skull There was wasplenty wasJlenb wasplenty
plenty of evidence to indicate that the thelong theJong thelong
long slide down the mountain side was a areality arpallty areality
reality but there was no sign of a scuf scufflp scuf11f scuff1e
flp having taken place as alleged by byParse byFerse byParse
Parse Along the path where the two twomen twomen twomen
men rolled down the incline blood was wasscattered wasIattered wassrattered
scattered and the th brush broken down downTo downTo downTo
To the pfficers Fame readily answered answeredQuestions ans1f Bred Bredt oo ooI
t Questions I u uestions stJons regarding his suspicions of al alleged all ¬
leged J ged ed illicit relations relations between Page Pa and andMrs andlrs
Mrs lrs n Farse He said that they had been beenmarried beenmarried beenmarried
married for twenty years ears and had lived livedliapplly livedl1appily livedapplly
liapplly until the present occurrence He Heii Heslid
slid 11 ii id < l his wife left him about two weeks weeksago wee weego weeksago
ago go and when asked the reason said she sherid sheid sherid
rid id not love him any more According to tohs tors toLy
hs story the girl upon whom Page called calledT I Ihen
T > hen in Salt Lake was Farses adopted adopteddaughter adopteddaughter adoptedcaughter
daughter and when his wife 1re left him he hesent heSfnt liespilt
sent the young youn girl off to Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The county authorities place no credence credencein
in 11 the story Farse tells concerning the oc occurrence oc occurrence ¬
currence 11 rrence rrencewhen when when he was told that he had hadgotten hadntten hadgotten
gotten ntten himself into a bad mixup he anscrered an answered anqnrt ¬
swered qnrt > d that it would appear so but de decared dearfd deeared
cared arfd that he was Innocent of any crime crimePages crImeP crimePages
Pages P < Igfs wounds are painful but not con considered conI5ldered considered ¬
sidered dangerous dangerousMissKennedy danger dangerousMiss UE UEMiss
MissKennedy Miss Kennedy Wins WinsThe WinsThe WinsThe
The prize for the best essay on How to toMake to1Iake toMake
Make Ogden Beautiful which was re recently refntly recently ¬
cently offered by the Civic Improvement Improvementleague ImprovementIfaguf ImprovementIfague
league has been awarded to Miss Loeta LoetaKennedy LoetaJ LootsIennedy
IennedyThe Kennedy KennedyThe J ennedyThE
The human fish at Saltalr
Develops That City for Years Has HasBeen HasBeen HasBeen
Been Mulcted for Work WorkThere WorkThere WorkThere
There was considerable conldera le wrangling by bythe bythe bythe
the city council last evening over t11 thaction tlia tliaaction t11action
action of the mayor in vetoing an ordi ordinance ordfnance ordinance ¬
nance for the macadamizing of Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington avenue from Twelfth street to tothe tothe
the Ogden River bridge The reasons given giv given ¬
en by the mayor for his action were the themeager themeager
meager mea er finances of the city and that thatsome tbatsome thatsome
some of the work w rk should be diverted to tothe tothe
the southern end of that thoroughfare thoroughfareThe thorouhfareThe
The question of legality i 1ity in paying for formacadam formacadam formacadam
macadam work from the general fund fundarose fundarose fundarose
arose and the city cit attorney gave it as ashis ashis ashis
his opinion that onehalf of the expense expenseshould expen expenseshould e eshould
should be borne by the abutting prop property property property ¬
erty owners Councilman Moyes took the thecity thecity thecity
city attorney to task for permitting the thecouncil thecouncll thecouncil
council to draw from the general genen fund fundfor fundfor fundfor
for the same class of work worduring during thet the thepast theput
past t four years ears He then supported the thecity thecity thecity
city city attorneys opinion and the tmotion tmotionwas motion motionwas motionas
was as adopted calling upon the attorney attorne for fora
a written opinion on the matter The Theveto Theveto Theveto
veto was sustained sustainedThe SUlltainedThe sustainedThe
The Farrell companys bid of 400 for forrepairs forrePairs forrepairs
repairs to the road roller came back from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the committee with a recommendation recommendationthat
that the veto be sustained sustainedThe sustainedThe sustainedThe
The result of the conference between betweena i ia
a committee of the council and one from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Civic Improvement league relative to tothe tothe
the settling of the litigation between the thecity thecity thecity I
city and the waterworks company was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that the mayor and the city council meet meetin meetin
in executive session with the league and andfurther andfurther andfurther
further discuss the matter The recom recommendation recommendation recommendation ¬ I
mendation was adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe adoptedThe
The light committee recommended that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the city pay 5S5 J 36 for using the illumina illumination iliuminatlon illumination ¬
tion set for the 17 1 C T convention for foreach foreach i ieach
each Saturday night until Oct 1 and andthat andthat I Itbat
that the lights be used each night pre preceding preceding ¬
ceding a holiday at 25 5 per night nightStart nightStart I IStart
Start the Improvements ImprovementsOrders I IOrders
Orders were received rece cd by the local off officials offdaIs offleiais ¬
daIs of the Harriman lines yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning i
morning m ming to prepare for the improvements improvementsthat
that are to be made In the local rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road yards the details of which have havebeen 1lavebeen havebeen
been published The orders received were wereto wereto wereto
to have the offices now occupied by Trav Traveling Traveling Trayeling ¬
eling Passenger > rAgent Agent Moseley and the theArmour theArMOur theAriaour
Armour Car lines which are located In Inthe inthe inthe
the building just north of the depot depotcated va vacated v vcated ¬
cated at once in order that the build building buildlag ¬
lag I may be renovated for occupancy occtlp ncy by bythe bythe bythe
the telegraph force forceWhile foreeVhile forceWhile
While the repairs are in progress theoffices the Jheoffices 1heoffices
offices in the building will be located I0C8t d tem temporarily temporarlly temporarily ¬
porarily in the theannex theannexTh annex annexThe annexThe
Th The work in the yards will also begin beginat in i iat
at once aad ad within a few days the Y YYwill Ywill I Iwflt
will be removed and the laying out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new n4 > W yards will begin Among mng the theother theother theother
other improvements ImproYe nts will be the erection erectionof
of a large standpipe standpipeReception standripeReception standpipeReception
Reception for Father Cushnahan CushnahanThe
The closing of the silver jubilee ot Rev RevFather R9 R9Ftter HerFather
Father P M Cushnahan was marked by bya
a recaption given at the Virginia hotel hotelfrom hotalfrom hotelfrom
from Sto S to 11 oclock last evening More Morethan Morethan Iore Iorethan
than 700 guests attended atten ed Father Father Cush Cushnahan Cushnahan Cushnahan ¬
nahan received the guests ests in the t west westparlor westparlor westparlor
parlor The hotel and grounds were dec decorated decorated decorated ¬
orated with strings of electric lights lightsmuch Ughtsmuch lightsmuch
much bunting and many man flowers A string stringquartette stringquartette stringquartette
quartette furnished mws music c Lunch was wasserved wasserved 38 38sened
served In the reception hall and refresh refreshments refre refreshments h hments ¬
ments in the dining hall A number of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the women guests assisted Father Cush Cushnahan Cushnahan Cushnahan ¬
nahan in receiving receivingShiellsFretwen recehIngShieHsFretwclf receivingShieilsFretwcll
ShiellsFretwen Marriage MarriageMiss
Miss Josi Shiells and George G re Fretwell Fretwellwere FreleHwere Fretwellwere
were married at the home of the brides bridesparents bridpsrents bridesparents
parents rents Mr and Mrs into Fred Shiells M6S M6SMonroe 23Monroe 3GI 3GIMonroe
Monroe avenue enuf at W3ft 18 oclock oc k yesterday yesterdayDeafness ve ftertlayDeafness terdav terdavDeafness
Deafness Cannot Be Cured Curedby
by local applications as they cannot cannotreach cannotreach cannotreach
reach the diseased portion of the oar oarThere OArThere earThere
There is only one way to cure deafnessand deafness deafnessand deafn61Sand
and that is Ia by constitutional remedies remediesDeafness remediesDeafness remediesDeafness
Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con condition condition condition ¬
dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Eusta Eustachian Eustachian
chian Tube When this tube Is inflamed inflamedyou Inflamedyou
you have a rumbling sound or Of imperfect imperfectheating imperfecthearing imperfecthearing
hearing and when it is entirely closed closedDeafness cl closedDeafness d dDeafness
Deafness is the result and unless unl ss thein theinflammatlon the in inflammation Inflammation ¬
flammation can be taken out and this tube tuberestored tuberestored
restored to its normal condition hearing hearingwill hearingwnI hearingwill
will be destroyed forever Nine cases out outof outof outof
of ten are caused by b Catarrh which is isnothing Isnothing Isnothing
nothing but an Inflamed condition of the theraucous themuCOUS themucous
muCOUS surfaces surfacesWe surfacesVe surfacesWe
We Ve will ill give One Hundred Dollars for forany forany forany
any case of Deafness Deaf ess caused by catarrh catarrhthat C8tarrkthat catarrhthat
that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CatarrhCure CatarrhCure CatarrhCure
Cure Send for circulars free freeF freeF freeF
F J CHENEY CO Toledo O OSold OSold 0Sold
Sold by Druggists Tie TieTake iicTake rac racTake
Take Halls Family Pills for constipation constipa constipation constipation ¬
afternoon by b Y Rev R e Alfred Brown rector rectorof
of the CBwirchof the Good Shepherd The Thehomo Thehomo Thehome I
homo was prettily decorated d rated for the cere ceremony ceremony ceremony
mony which was performed beneath a abower I Ibow
1 bower bow of o roses ro es A wedding breakfast was wasserved wasserved I
served > 9 d Immediately Imm tdiately after aft er the wedding weddingi W i iabout
i a alf about out ut fifty guests participating Theylr The Thecouple TheYQ
ylr YQ JW couple tou i a left on the noon train tl 1n for forwhore forSe II
eymoon Se Seer flQ e where they the will spend spendthelr their hon boneynteon honeymoon honynutOD ¬
County Finances FinancesAt
At the meeting of the county commis commissioners commissl comm4ssleners ¬
sioners sl ners yesterday forenoon the county countyauditor countyaudlwr countyauditor
auditor made a report on on n the finances of ofthe 01the ofthe
the county for the Quarter ending May 31 31which 31which 31which
which Showed tlle th t e total receipts as 49 4942j 49i3
42j 4213 i3 Disbursements 176721 leaving a abalance abdaDce abalance
balance of 1447552 The other business businesstransacted businesstra businesstransacted
transacted tra cted was of a routine nature The Theregular There Theregular
re regular 18r monthly salary pay rolls were al allowed allowed allowed ¬
Marriage Licenses LicensesMarriage LicensesMarriage
Marriage licenses licen es were were issued yesterday yesterdayto yost rday rdayto
to John S Story and M1 Miss nSs s Ellen B Ber Berrett Berrett Berrett
rett beth of North Ogden F JMeyers JMeyersof J Meyers Meyersof
of NorWalk 0 and Miss nss Cora Waldram Waldramof
of Ogden O deR Francis L Garner of Ogden Ogdenand Ogdenand Ogdenand
and Miss Josie Kendall K aU South Weber WeberWalter WeberYa1ter WeberWalter
Walter M Couch and Miss MI 8 Minnie Middleton Mid Middlaton Middl
dlaton dl tolt both of Ogden F W Corwin and andMiss andl andMiss
Miss l Amanda Amanda anda Webster both of Ogden OgdenOgden OgdenOgden J JOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsRev BriefsBe BriefsRev
Rev Be and Mrs C A Elmquist are ate in inLag InLogau InLegaa
Lag Logau LogauDr LegaaDr
Dr G W r Baker who has been attending attend attending attendiag ¬
ing the convention of physicians and sur surgeons surgeo surgeons ¬
geons geo s at Boston Mass and his family familywill familywill
will 111 return r turn to the city today todayMiss toda todaMiss todayMiss
Miss Lulu Hendershot daughter of Sur Surveyor Sureyor Surveyor ¬
veyor Hendershot is visiting visitin with Mrs MrsTom MrsTom MrsTom
Tom Storey formerly former of this city but butnow butnow butnow
now of Smithfield UtahIn Utah UtahIn UtaJt1ft
In the police court yesterday morning morningFred morningFred morning morningFred
Fred Anderson pleaded leaded slotguilty guilty guiltyahine to thecharge the thecharge thpcharge
charge of operating a slot machine and andwas andwas andwas
was fined fined for the offense 1 30 4 and costs costsJedediah costsJedediah
Jedediah Stanford a delivery boy was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown from his wagon at Twentieth and andWosaington andWoshingtorl
Wosaington avenue and sustained severe severeinjuries seereinjuries severeinjuries I
injuries about the head and shoulders shouldersIn
In the district court yesterday Judge JudgeHowdl JudgeHowen JudgeHowell
Howell denied a motion for a new trial trialin trialin trialin
in the case cas of A R C Smith vs s the theOgden theOgden theOgden
Ogden Northwestern Railroad company com company company ¬
pany panyM panyM panyM
M J Cleary Cl ry proprietor of the Turf sa sata sa108ft saloon
ta loon n who was arrested on Sunday for forviolating fortolatlng forrioiating
violating the Sunday Sunda closing ordinance ordinancewas
was fined 10 in the municipal court yesterday yes yesterday C Cterday ¬
terday morning morningProfessors mornlnSProfessors morningProfessors
Professors Robert Stewart ond William WilliamJardine WilliamTardiRe WilliamJardine
Jardine of the Agricultural college at atLogan atpassed atLogan
Logan passed through Ogden yesterday yesterdayen
en route to Chicago where they go to totake totake totake
take special courses coursesThieves courSSTbievea coursesThieves
Thieves broke into a car on the Rio RioGrande RioGraade RioGrande
Grande Western estern road Sunday night and andtook ancltook andtook
took four cases of condensed milk The Theshortage Thhsborbiage Theshortage
shortage was discovered when the car carwas carwas carwas
was checked up at Ogden yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdaJThe
The old folks will hold forth in the city citytoday citytoday citytoday
today and Glenwood park has been pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared for their entertainment It is expected ex expected expected ¬
pected that several hundred old folks folkswill fo fow ks kswHl
will w be in the city from different parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state stateThe stateThe tat tatThe
The Civic Improvement league is to toaward toaward toaward
award cash prizes for the best kept keptlawns keptlawns keptlawns
lawns grounds and shubbery in the city cityPrlaes cityPrlHe8 cityPrises
Prlaes will be given in each ward an and < J a acommittee 1 1committee tcommittee
committee of ladies dies will be appointed appointedwho appointedwho appointedwho
who will award the prizes prizesden prizesUnion prizesUnion
Union Pacific train No4 No 4 leaving Og
den at t 730 30 oclock oc k Sunday Sunda evening eenln ran raninto raninto raninto
into a drove of cottle at t the end of ofVcber ofVcbercanJon Weber Webercanyon Webercanyon
canyon a short distance east of this thiscty thisct thiscty
cty ct and killed eighteen head Seven Sevenothers Sevenothers Sevenothers
others were more or less maimed maimedSee maimedI maimedSee maimedSee
See the champ champon on high diver at Salt Saltair Saltair Saltair
air this afternoon and evening eveningAMUSEMENTS eveningAMUSENTS
The Girl I Loft Behind Me Ie well wellstaged
staged and capably acted was the open opening opening ¬
ing offering of the last week of the Or Orphetim Orpbeum Orpheum I
phetim stock company Favorable men mention mention ¬
tion was made of play pl y and players on the theformer theformer
i former presentation It need only be said saidnow saidnow I
now that the work done last night was wasabove wasabove
above the former standard Mr Mayall Mayallas
as Lieutenant Hawkesworth was easy easvnatural easynatural easynatural
natural graceful He measured well up upto upto upto
to the requirements of the part In the theunlovely theunlovely
unlovely role of Lieutenant Morton Par Parlow Parlow Parlow
low Mr MacLean did some good acting actingresisting actingresisting
I resisting a natural inclination to be rath rather rather rather ¬
er more boisterously villainous yillain us than the thepart
part requires Miss Julie Stuart as Kate KateKennion KateI IrateLennion
I Kennion won much approval and further furthersecured furthersecured furthersecured
secured the hold she has held for some sometime sometime sometime
time in the esteem of Orpheum patrons patronsA
A review of the play would not be com complete complete complete ¬
plete without mention of the capital work workof workof workof
of Luke Cosgrove as the Indian ScarBrow Scar ScarBrow ScarI
Brow Mr Cosgroves s defiance was ad admirably admlrabl admirably ¬
I mirably mlrabl worked up The Girl I Left LeftBehind LeftBehind LeftBehind
Behind Behind Me e will be the Orpheum billagain bill billagain billagain
again tonight tomorrow night and at anatinee a amatinee amatinee
matinee tomorrow tomorrowOne tomorrowOne tomorrowOne
One of the most interestingly instructive instructiveentertainments instructieentertainments instructiveentertainments
entertainments Salt S 1t Lakers have had the thepleasure thepleasure thepleasure
pleasure of seeing and hearing for a long longtime longtime longtime
time is the entertainment C E Johnson
June Brides will never re regret regrethaving regrethaving
having wedded weddedPEESH weddedFRESH
is giving at the Salt Lake theater Mr
Johnson shows with a stereopticon a num n m ¬
ber of views of San Francisco before dur during dur ¬
ing and after the fire There are als alspictures alSe alSepictures alsepictures
pictures of Stanford San Jose San Mateo Mateoand Mateoand Mateoand
and other points that suffered from fro in the
disaster The pictures are explained by I
Mr Johnson as they appear on the screen J Jhis
his comments being illustrating and en entertaining entertaining ¬ i
tertaining Many of the pictures in fact factmost factmost factmost
most of them were taken by Mr John Johnson JobJtson Jobbson ¬
son himself and next to an actual view vtevrof viewof viewof
of the scene he is portraying there is Rt
better method meth d of gaining an idea of who whohappened wh whhappened Wkhappened
happened in San Francisco and some ettv ettver etrer U Uer
er parts of California on the morning oApril o oImmediately
April 18 19C6 and the two or three day dayImmediately da daImmediately
Immediately following Assisting air MrJohnson airJohnson irJohnson
Johnson are Miss Millie Williams woo wlftogives woogives whogives
gives several very effective solos Inclufl Inclufling including = 1 1lng
ing Ella Wheeler Wilcoxs the StrickenCity Stricken StrickenCity I
City Clt and Miss Pearl Pratt who sings singsTostis singsTostis singsTosti
Tostis s Farewell The entertainment entertainmentwill i in
will n be repeated tonight tomorrow night nightand nightand i iand
and at a matinee tomorrow tomorrowCasino tomorrowCasino tomorrowCasino
Casino Park broke Into a short season seasonof seasonof seasonof
of melodrama last night night the Jane Kelton Keltoncompany Keltoncompany Iielton
company producing Why rhy She Sinnedbefore Sinned Sinnedbefore Sinnedbefore
before the largest and most interested interestedaudience Interestedaudience interestedaudience
audience of the season She didnt sin before be before before ¬
fore the audience you understand Thats Thatsonly Thatsonly Thatsonly
only the name of the piece and almostany almost almostanv aimostany
any other name would do equally well wellThe wellThe wellThe
The company is a fair one and with the themusic thenusk themusic
music th the moving mo lng pictures pl < tures and the dan dancing dancing dancing ¬
cing specialties the entertainment serves servesto servesto servesto
to while away awa a couple of summer evening even evening evening ¬
ing hours pleasantly enoughLast enough enoughLast enoughLast
Last night at the Grand the Ethel Tuck Tucker ¬
er stock company opened the week with withDr wIthDr withDr
Dr Jekyll and Mr Ir Hyde The playhas play playhas playhas
has been seen here many man times but some somehow somehow ¬
how 110 grewsomely tragic though it Is it itis itis ItIs
is always a drawing card The Tucker Tuckarcompany Tuck Tuckercompany r roomPfU1
company puts uts it on Ia in a way w y that pleasgs pleasgsthe plcas pleasdsthe s sthe
the patrons rns of the Grand verv Ye much Dr DrJekyll DrJek
Jekyll 1J 1 I and Mr Ir Hyde will be the bill atthe at atthe atthe
the Grand tonight tomorrow night and at ata ata ata
a matinee tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The famous Royal Ro al Hawaiian band of ofHonolulu orHonolulu ofHonolulu
Honolulu te I making its first tour of the theUnited thernited thetnited
United States and will appear in this thtacity tlli8c thiscity
city c t at Saltair for a festival week com commencing comm commencing ¬
mencing m ncin Monday Ionda contracts having beensigned been beensigned beensigned
signed yesterday to that end This or organization organizatJon organizatlon ¬
ganization is unlike any an other band in inthe Inthe inthe
the whole world as it comprises not only onlya
a full military band but also a stringedorchestra stringed stringedorchestra stringedorchestra
orchestra a choir a glee club mandolinguitar mandolin mandolinguitar mandolinguitar
guitar and banjo clubs players of nativeinstruments native nativeinstruments natheinstrumEnts
instruments and solo singers It numbers num numbers numbers ¬
bers sixty sixt musicians each one being beingskilled beingskilIpd beingskilled
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We Yc the undersigned residents reSidents of ofBaker orBaker ofBaker
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good results obtained by the use of ofTRIE ofTRIB of1RIB
TRIE as a cure for the liquor and andtobacco andtobacco lndtobacco
tobacco habits and we can heartily heartilyrecommend heartilyrecommend heartilyrecommend
recommend It to anyone in need needSigned needSignedJudge needSignedJudge
Signed SignedJudge Judge Samuel White Judge Judgeof Judgeof
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State of Oregon L P Desmarais DesmaraisPastor DesmaraJsPastor DesmaralsPastor
Pastor of the Roman Catholic CatholicChurch CatholicChurch CatholicChurch
Church Rev J J R N Bell the Oldest OldestLiving OldestLiving OldestLiving
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of the Masonic Order of the World Worldand Worldand Worldand
and Pastor of the Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church R D Carter Mayor W H HKllburn HKilburn IIKilburn
Kilburn Chief of Police S L Baer BaerVice BaerVirC BaerVice
Vice VirC President Citizens National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank W F Butcher Butch < < r Lawyer La er A AWelch AVelch AWelch
Welch Velch Manager of Baker Gas GasElectric GasElectric GasElectric
Electric company J F Ferguson FergusonReal FergusonReal FergusonReal
Real Estate f27 27 years Grace Bod Bodinson BodJnson BodInson
inson Druggists John OConnor OConnorAgent OConnorAgent OConnorAgent
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