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I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUG 211909 21 1909 3
j I NEWS OF UT OTADI All AND A ADJOINING STATES 1 I
Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation streetCirculation
Circulation Department 3 M6 6 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden StreetOgden
Ogden Saturday Aug 21 21Several 21VAlUY 21ALLEYDAYIN
VAlUY ALLEYDAYIN ALLEYDAYINT nAY IN INOGDEN
T OGDEN OGDENCANYON OGDENCANYONSeveral CANYON CANYONSeveral
Several Hundred Attend Sev Seventh Seventh Seventh ¬
enth Annual Reunion at atThe atThe atThe
The Oaks OaksSoedal OaksSpeclal OaksSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug AU 30Today was Valley Valleyday Valleyday VaIeyday
day In Ogden canyon This was the theseventh the15fenth theventh
seventh annual event of the kind Icesi Icesid lesldcntl 1ealdnts
d dcntl nts from Huntsville Eden Liberty and andother andother andother
other parta of the valley gathered to the thenumber theI1umber the1urnber
number of several hundred at the Oaks Oakst
t t n nd J enjoyed a delightful reunion reunionThere reunionThere reunionThere
There were contest in bread b d and cake cakeriaklng cakeTlaklng cakemaking
making target tar et shooting waltzing wltz dan dani dan11JlI
i 11JlI ifl iiic foot races nail driving and various varioushie varioushletic
i hie hletic tic sports sportsIn
In addition to these prizes were award awarded ¬
ed 1 for the largest family the youngest youngestmarried youngestlliarMed youngest1nariled
married lady the oldest resident in the thellIey thetiley
11 llIey ley etc There Tb re was also good music musicfKechmaking m1UicFrechmaklng musicpechmakIng
fKechmaking and dancing galore The TheJav Theday TheL
L day < passed lJaa ed without a mishap m hap of any kind kindm kindant kindiltl1l
ant iltl1l m < every ever person in the crowd seems to toIIAVI tokwt toItvt
IIAVI Itvt had a good time timeOgden timeSOME timei
i SOME Will WI1ISTAND STAND TRIALS TRIALSOgden
i Ogden Butchers and Meat Dealers Ar Arraigned Arraigned Arraigned ¬
raigned for Violating the Pure PureFood PureFood FureFood
Food law lawSpecial LawSpecial LawSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 20 2OJame James M r Russell RussellFred RuseeUFred RussellFred
Fred Burgi A Coop and John Dee Miller Millerere Millerwere Millerwere
were ere each fined J50 50 in municipal court courttiiis courttlds courttls
tiiis morning by Judge Juf e John D Murphy Murphyafter Xurphyfttr MurphyLfter
after pleading guilty to the charge of vio violating violating yb yblating ¬
lating the state pure food law James JamesBaltard JamesBallard TaJ119Ballard
Ballard and A Beckstead arrested arre ted on onsimilar onsimilar onsimilar
similar charges pleaded not guilty and andwill andWill andtsill
will fight the cases through the courts courtsThey courtslhey courtsThey
They were released on their own recog recognizances recognizances recognizances ¬
nizances until such time as County At Attorney Attome Attorney ¬
torney David Jensen Ten n is ready to hear the therases thelas thecases
las rasesAll lasAll casesAll
All of the men are local butchers and andmeat androtat andsi
si meat dealers and were charged by the thehealth thehfalth thehealth
health officials with using freezine in inthe Inthf inth
the th meats offered for sale especially in inHamburger inHamburger inHamburger
Hamburger steak steakHarriman steakKRUTTSCHNITT steakKEIUTTSCUNITTGOES
KRUTTSCHNITT KEIUTTSCUNITTGOES GOES EAST EASTHarri EASTHarriman
Harriman Harri an Official Will Meet local localand Localand Localand
and Ogden Representatives at atSparks atSparks atSparks
Sparks Nevada NevadaSpecial NevadaSpecial NevadaSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 30Superintendent E M MMmson MMunson I IManson I
Manson of o the Salt Lake division of the theSouthern theSouthtrn theSouthern
Southern Pacific and General Superin Superintendent Superlntpodent Superintendent ¬
tendent J T M Davis of the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLIne ShortLine
Line left this afternoon aft rnoon for Sparks Nev Nevvfhere Nf Nfwhere Nvwhere
where they will meet Vice President Ju Julius Juliiis Tuli11s ¬
lius Kruttachnitt ltt of o the Harriman lines Huesn
n his way east after a months Inspec Inspecn
11n > n of railroad matters in California CaliforniaOregon CaliforniaOr Californiargon
Oregon Or rgon > gon Washington and Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The party will iII be met on the way east eastfrom eastfrom eastfrom
from Sparks by Vice President and Gen Gent Genral
i ral Manager anqer W V H Bancroft of the thehtiort thehort thetort
htiort tort Line and will reach Ogden den Sunday Sundayfternoon Sundaya
I a fternoon After a conference with the theTotal theowal thelceal
Total officials on railroad conditions in inVUli Inltah Inltah
ltah Mr Kruttschnitt will continue on onfast onast oneast
fast ast
astPLANS
PLANS BUSINESS BLOCK BLOCKPlans
b Plans Completed for New Structure Structureby
by Sidney Stevens
F Special Sp clal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden Ht > raldRepubllcanOgden
Ogden Aug 20 3WIthln Within the next few fewweeks fewwfeks fewweeks
weeks Sidney Sidn y Stevens expects to begin beginthe beginthe beginthe
the construction of a business block on onTwentyfourth onTwentyfourth
1 Twentyfourth street and Canal avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The plans and specifications are com competed comJJded cornllttnd ¬
peted and the building of the block is isrow III1OW isrow
row only a question of letting the con contract contract contract ¬
tract for the construction work workThe workThe workThe
The building will be modern In every everyparticular ever everparticular everyparticular
particular and will be built for business businesspurjMises bu businesspurposes int > 811 811purl08e8
purposes It will have a frontage of oftwentyfive oftwentyfive
r twentyfive feet on Twentyfourth street streetand atreetand streetand
and will extend along Canal avenue for fora
a t distance of 100 l feet fe t The structure structurenill
wilL 111 contain two floors and a basement basementand
and will form an Lshaped annex to tothe tothe tothe
the building now no owned by Mr Stevens Stevensand Stevt1UIand Stevensand
and occupied by the Western eatem Union Tele TeteRraph Telegraph Telegraph
graph company and the Joie theatre on onWashington onVashlnton onWashIngton
Washington avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The building of this annex means meanstho mealUltlw meanstile
tile extension of the Washington avenue avenuebuilding avenuebuilding avenuebuilding
building back as far as Canal avenue en enlarging enlarging enlarglng ¬
larging it to extensive proportions proportionsMr i
Mr Stevens stated today that he will willspend willp willpend
p spend not less than 10000 In these the e im improvements Improvements Iraprovements ¬
provements that the blue prints are now nowready nowr
F ready r > ad and that he hopes to have con construction construction contructIon ¬
struction work begin bf > gln at an early date dateToday dateToday dateToday
Today the deal which transfers to J JT JT JI
I T Hurst the large Auditorium skating skatingrink skatingrink skatingrink
rink on Grant avenue between Twenty
fourth and Twntyfifth streets was wasrlosed wasdosed wasI
dosed The consideration is 18260 J32SO J32SOof 3Oif 3250of
I of if which was paid to Phil OMara for the thebuilding tbebuilding thebuilding
building and 15000 to Fred Jirt red > d J Kiesel Kieselfor Kle Xleselfor el elfor
for the land occupied by the building I
This is the beginning of a campaign to toopen toopen toopen
open Hudson avenue avenueSOME aenueSOME avenuei
i SOME REALTY REALTYACTIVITY REALTYACTIVITYValuable ACTIVITY ACTIVITYValuable ACTIVITYValuable
Valuable Property in Ogden Changes
Owners OwnersWork Work on Buildings BuildingsSpecial BulidingsSpe
Special Spe lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 20 OThe The firm of Blackman BlackmanGriffin BlackmanGriffin BlackmanGriffin
Griffin has recently negotiated < < for a atluable aValuable aa1uable
Valuable piece of real estate on Wash Washington Washbngton VashIngton ¬
ington avenue and Twentysecond street streetV streetpart
V part of the property purchased is occu occupi occuphd occupid
pi phd d by th < Studebaker Brothers com company comI comIpany corniany ¬
pany another part being used for reef resiiinee reefItnce reelthnce
iinee pirpuM on Twentysecond street streetThe
The giouuj embraced in the purchase purchaseOwnersWork
has ll < ls a frontage frnta on Washington avenue of ofiji
iji 1 feet and JO I l feet on Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet
street streetThe strfetTht streetThe
The pi pllrdJ purhasers in iuisers < Isen of this valuable piece pieceof
of real t stlt = t it ay they plan making ex
t tfnsh > ish < > < tnmovement as soon as it Itfractlcal is ispi Ispractical
pi practical actical to do so soTh ROTh soTh
Th < > proprty pruu rt lies on the east side of
Washington avenue if > nue between Twentysec Twentysecond ¬
ond and Ti onlythird lwl1t thfrd street
The David H Peery estate > Is having
plans drawn for a fine threestory mod modern modern modem ¬
ern em business house on Washington avenue
between Tw TWCfltythird < > ntj ntythlrd third and Twentyfourth Twentyfourthstreets
streets The structure is to be erected erectedon
on the property adjoining the north side sideof sideof sideof
of the George A Lowe buildirj The
block will be seventyfive feet wide wideand wtdesnd
p and eightyeight el htyeIKl t feet deep and will have
bslaes the three stories a commodious
ba ba3m basement m nt It will be modern In every
particular and will be especially con constructed constru constrileted ¬
structed stru < tal for stores ond offices
The work won on the building will be com commenced commf cornmenced ¬
menced mf > ncE1 as soon as the plans are perfect perfected ¬
ed and the contract for the work can be
awarded awardedCOREY aW awardedCOREY rded rdedCOREY
COREY LIVERY COMPANY COMPANYSTARTS COMPANYSTARTS
p
STARTS UP IN OGDEN OGDENSpecial OGDENSpecial OGDENSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Aug 29 20ArtIcles Articles of incorpora incorporation incorp incorpotion ra ¬
tion were filed with the county clerk to ¬
day for the Corey Livery company the theobject theobject theobject
object being to conduct a general livery
business in Ogden The capitalization in
20000 divided into 900 OO
shares of the
par parvalue PNvalue psjvalue
value of ntO i HO each eh The Th Incorporation Is
for 100 years yearsA
a A 1 B Cor Cory > v Is designated presidrnt
Lewis S Baxt Buxtn > n vi pr prcgjdl1t < sM rt Law Lawrence L Lawrenee w wrence ¬
rence A Corey secretary and Moses M J
Reese treasurer These The e four are also the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors directorsThe
The personal property such as horses horseswagons horseswagons horseswagons
wagons and harness at the t e Carey livery Uver Uverbarn liverybarn
barn 2568 68 Washington WaBhl ton avenue is ab absorbed IIbaorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed into the company at a valuation valuationof
of 12000 12000Special 12000PRINCIP 12000PRINCIPAIS
PRINCIP PRINCIPAIS ALS ASSIGNfD TO TOVARIOUS TOVARIOUS
VARIOUS OGDEN SCHOOLS SCHOOLSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 20 Principals of the city cityschools cityschools cityschools
schools were assigned to their positions positionsfor po Ittons Ittonsfor
for the coming year at a meeting of the theschool theschool theschool
school board tonight J T O Croff was wasPlaced waslaced wasplaced
Placed in charge of the high school with withD
D H Adams as assistant principal W WL V VL
L 1 Underwood at the Madison Iadl on H Barker Barkerat
at the Dee Miss MI Pierce Mound Fort Jo Josephine J0sephine 10sepblne ¬
sephine Seaman Five Points J 1 J Har Harris HarGrant ¬
ris Grant Mi I M T R Maguire Central CentralMtsa CentralMiss CentralMiss
Miss Ina Crazen Plngree J A JunK JunKWashington JUnIWashington JunkWashington
Washington J W Wintle Lewis and andMiss andMiss
Miss Hattie Wade Qulncy
The finance committee reported 3677610 107751eas 3677610as
as cash on hand The purchase of type typewriters typewrttelll typewriters ¬
writers anti pianos was deferred until the thenext thenext thenext
next meeting In the meantime the piano pianodealers pianodealelll pianodealers
dealers will submit bids bideGeorge bidsGeorg bidsGeorge
George H Butler was awarded a con contract COIItract coirtract ¬
tract for carrying the children from the theoutlying theoutlying theoutlying
outlying districts to Mound Fort The Thecontract Thecontract Thecontract
contract for concrete work at the Quincy Qulncyschool Quincyschool Quincyschool
school was awarded to the Wheelwright WheelwrightConstruction WheelwrightConstruction YheelwrlghtConatructlon
Construction company H A Brown Brownwas Brownwasallowed was wasallowed wasallowed
allowed his first fir t estimate on the paint paintJng paintJog paintlug
Jog cf the school ool buildings and it was wasdecided wnsdecided wasdecided
decided to advertise e for bids for coal coalA coldA coalA
A buildings committee was authorized authorizedto authOr cJ cJto
to accept the new high school building
Ir order that there may be no delay dela m mopening 1ftlpenln raopening
opening on Sept 13 O OJ J Stlllwell was wasplaced wuplaced wasplaced
placed in charge of the school exhibit at atthe attbe atthe
the coming comln Four States fair fairIn fairIn fairIn
In District Court CourtSpecial CourtSpecial CourtSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug SO DIn In district court today
the case of Emil Keller ST against againstThomas agllllHltThomas againstThomas
Thomas W V Read Rea et al 1 for the collection collectionof
of rent and the restitution of property propertywas
was disposed dlspo ed of 0 Mr Ir Keller was given givenpossession givenpotIII8IJion givenpossession
possession of his property by the court courtand courtand courtand
and the other points involved were set settled settied et ettied ¬
tied out of court courtExceed courtExceed courtExceed
Exceed Speed Limit LimitSpecial LimitSsoeclal LimitSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 20 2OFIe Five arrests were made madetoday m madetoday de detcday
today by the officers ofn ers of persons exceed exceeding exceedIng exceedIng ¬
ing the speed limit for automobiles Those Thosearrested Tho Thosearrested e earre
arrested arre ted are Dr E H Zimmerman Er Ernest Elnellt Ernest ¬
nest Bamberger O J Stillwell G A AAVoodruff AVoodruff AWoodruff
Woodruff and a person in charge of Mrs Mrst
t 1 o H Peery erys s car carOGDEN carI carOGDEN
I OGDEN BREVITIES f
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug 30 OThe The Veteran Firemen Firemenwill
will hold their annual reunion and outing
for the year at the Hermitage on Aug 23 23Mr 23Ir
Mr Ir and Mrs George Shaphard an announce announce anflounce ¬
nounce the engagement of their daughter daughterMabel daughterXabel daughterMabel
Mabel to George Houghton of Salt Lake Lakethe Lakethe Lakethe
the marriage to take place In Ogden O den in inthe Inthe Inthe
the near future futureMrsMyrtle futureMrs
MrsMyrtle Mrs Myrtle Snyder and Miss Ml s Laura La LaBo LaBo LaBe
Bo left tonight for the northwest to tospend tospend tospend
spend ten days at the Seattle exposition expositionseeing expoBlUonIng expositionseeing
seeing Ing the sights in that part of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryFuneral countryFuneral countryFuneral
Funeral services for Timothy Shugrue Shugruewere
were held at 2 oclock this afternoon at atSt atSt atSt
St Josephs church in this city Inter Interment Interment Interinent ¬
ment wa in the City cemetery
Richard Morrissey XOIri sey who was held up upand upand upand
and robbed a few f w nights ago of a gold goldwatch goldwatch
watch valued at 65 6 and 150 In money moneyhas moneyhas moneyhas
has identified Otto Hassett Hall ett a prisoner in inthe Inthe inthe
the city jail as the man who robbed him himA himA himA
A pteaaant reunion of the Peery family familyat famll famllat I
at the Virginia the old Peery home was wasone wasOIl I
one OIl of the pleasant p asant social events of the theweek theweek theweek
week The entertainment was given by b blr
Mr lr and Mrs 111I Emmett Fulkerson of Chi Chicago Cblca Cliicage ¬
cage ca o who are in the city visiting for two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks In addition to Mr and Mrs Ful Fulkerson Fulkerson Fulkerson
kerson those tho e present at the gathering gatheringwere
were Mrs D H Peery Peer Mr Ir and Mrs MrsHorace MrsHorace IrsHorace
Horace Peery Mr and Mrs Irs Harold HaroldPeery HaroldPtery HaroldPeery
Peery Joseph S Peery Mr r and Mrs MrsRobert XISRobert MrsRobert
Robert Burton Harmon Perry Peer and Miss MissMina MissMina I IMirra
Mina Taylor TaylorMr
Mr and Mrs Cyrus Williams have re returned retumed returned ¬
turned to their home in Brookfield Mo Moafter Moafter Moafter
after a pleasant visit vt lt at the home of Mr Mrand Mrand lr lrand
and Mrs Ir C E Bennett In Ogden since sincethe sincethe nee neethe
the closing of the G A R encampment encampmentin
in Salt Lake LakeWarren LakeYarren LakeWarren
Warren L 1 Wattle atUs who has charge of ofmuch ormuch ofmuch
much construction work in Idaho for the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Construction company of Ogden Ogdenwill Ogdenwill Ogdenwill
will leave for Idaho tomorrow after a visit
with his family here hereSTREET hereSTRfET hereSTREET
STREET CARS CARSIN FOR LOGAN LOGANIN
IN VERY NEAR FUTURE
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Ajg 20 2OThe The city council last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening passed an ordinance granting a afianchise afranchise afranchise
franchise to David Eccles to operate a astreet astreet astreet
street railrtad on the streets of Logan LoganCity LoganC1ty LoganCity
City The franchise was granted for fifty fiftyyears flft flftyean fiftyyears
years yearsIt yeanIt
It now seems that Logan will 111 have a astreet astreet astreet
street car line in the very near future futureae
ae the cars and rail have been nego negotiated negotiated negotiated ¬
tiated for According to Sir Ir Eccles pre preliminary preliminary prolirninary ¬
liminary operations will be commenced commencedat
at once onceThe onceThe onceThe
The first line will ill extend from the th Lo Logan L0gan Logan ¬
gan depot to the Utah Agricultural col college college eellegs ¬
lege
YOUNG WOMAN DIES DIESSpecial DIESSpe DIESSpecial
Special Spe lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanKphraim HeraldRepubllcanEphraim HeraldRepublIcanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 20 Oone One of the sad saddest saddest saddest ¬
dest deaths to occur at Mt Pleasant Pleasantwas
was that last night of Mrs Matilda MatildaNlelson Matilda1lel8On MatildaNielson
Nlelson one of the popular young youngwomen youngwomen oungwomeR
women of the city She was the daugh daughter daughter ¬
ter of Mr II and Mrs Gus Nielsen and andwas andwas
was married to Arthur Nielson a little littleover littleover littleover
over one year ago asoShe agoShe agoShe
She gave birth to a fine baby yester yesterday yesterday ester esterda ¬
day da and died last evening The baby bab babIs
is still living The death of Mrs Kiel Kielson Nlelaon Nieleon
son has cast a gloom over the entire entirecity enUrecity entirecity
city The arrangements for the funeral funeralhave funeralhave I Iba
have ba ve not yet yetbeen been made I
TALKS TALKSTO TO ORCHARDISTS ORCHARDISTSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanDritrham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug 30 UThis This evening
William lIlIam Glasmann president of the Four FourState FourState FourState
State fair and other prominent speakers speakerswill
will address addr the business men and horti horticulturists hortlculturiata horticuIturiet ¬
culturists of this city in the court room roomat roomat roomat
at the court house The meeting will be beunder beund beunder
under und r the auspices of the Box Elder Com Commercial Commercial Cornmercial ¬
mercial club
GRAIN CROP LARGE LARGESpecial LARGESpedal LARGESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham Heral HeraldRepublicanBrigham Republican RepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug SO 3OJohn John S Bing BingJam
ham Jam who was here from Snowville yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday reported the dry farm grains this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year as being 1 > > much larger than the farm farmers farmelll farmera ¬
ers expected The country is in a thriv ¬
ing In condition and the people and jubi ¬
lant over the t e proposed new railroad railroadwhich railroadwhich railroadwhich
which if built will come within a few fewmiles fewmiles fewmiles
miles of Snowville SnowvilleWILL SnowvilleWILL SnowvilleWILL
WILL NUMBER HOUSES HOUSESSpecial HOUSESSpecial HOUSESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham I1eraldRepublican I1eraldRepublicanBlngbam HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bingham Aug 20 OThe The board of oftrustees oftrustees oftrustees
trustees of the town of BIngham Can Canyon Canyon CanYOU ¬
yon are taking active measures to have havenumbers havenumbtrs havenurnbrs
numbers of f metal placed upon all the
houses within the town limits prelimi preliminary prelimlnary preliminary ¬
nary to securing free city delivery of ofmail ofmall ofmail
mail which has been advised by the thepostmaster theplNtmaster thepostmaster
postmaster general the receipts of the theoffice theofffee theoffice
office having exceeded 10000 10000DEATH 10000DEATH iooooDEATH
DEATH AT MAMMOTH MAMMOTHSpecial MAMMOTHSpecial MAMMOTHSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEureka
Eureka Aug 20 BTbe The death of of Mrs
Peter GHleepie Gllle ple occurred yesterday morn ¬
ing at a Mammoth Mrs Gillespie was for formerly formerly forinerly ¬
merly Mim Johanna Olson of Santaquln
She was 2 < years of age and she leaves
besides her husband two little children I Ito
to mourn her loss lo s Arrangements have as asyet asyet asyet
yet not been completed for the funeral funeralPROVO funeralPROVO funeralPROVO
PROVO INFANT DIES DlESSpecial DIESSpecial DIESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProve
Prove Aug Sfli fOMary Mary Thomas the slx
monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs D
H Thomas died dl here tonight of cholera
infantum
ADVOCATES PURE PUREVI PUREYATER
VI ATER FOR COWS COWSState
State Veterinarian Gives Some Ad Advice Advice Advice
vice to Utah County CountyDairymen CountyDairymen CountyDairymen
Dairymen DairymenSpecial
Special to The HeraldRpubltoan HeraldRpubltoanProvo HeraldR pubUCfln pubUCflnProvo
Provo Aug 20 ItDr Dr A C Young state statveterinarian stateeterlnarIan stateveterinarian
veterinarian was in Ole city today in inanswer inanawer inanswer
answer to a request from some Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty Utahcounty
county resident whose name he did no noknow not notknow notknow
know that th t he come to Utah county and andInvestigate andInvestigate andInvestigate
Investigate the cases of blackleg which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had appeared among the cattle of the thecounty th thcounty thecounty
county and which had caused the death deathof
of many valuable milch cows cowsDr cowsDr cowsDr
Dr Young stated tonight that the die disease dlsMae dieease
ease was not blackleg neither was he hepositive hePOllitive bepositive
positive that it was any disease at all allbeing allbeing
being inclined to the opinion that the thedeaths thedeathlJ thedeaths II
deaths among the milch cows were due to toeating toeating toeating
eating some poisonous plant that gre grealong grealong grew grewalong
along the lake bottoms bottomsHe
He advised the th owners of milch cows cowsin cowsin cowsin
in the county especially those in the theLake theLake theLake
Lake View district to keep their cattle cattlein
in grass gra s pastures where they could ge geplenty get getplenty getplenty
plenty of pure water to drink Pure food fooand foodand foodand <
and pure water furnished furol hed all that was wasnecessary wasneceSBary wasnecessary
necessary for the cure of what was wasthought wasthought wasthought
thought to be some terrible disease diseaseFew diseaseSIOUX diseaseSIOUX
SIOUX MINf MINEROOF ROOF DROPS DROPSFew
Few Men M n Are in Eureka Mine When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the Falling Earth and Rock RockBlocks RockBlocks BockBlocks
Blocks the Shaft ShaftSpecial ShaftSpecial ShaftSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublJcan HeraldRepublJcanEureka
Eureka Aug 20 20When When the miners minerswent minerswent minerswent
went to work at the Sioux mine this thismorning thismornme thismorning
morning they the were told that there were wereno wereno wereno
no candles for them and only a few o othe of ofthe ofthe
the day shift men went to work workIt
It seems that between the time that the thenight thenight thenight
night shift men came off shift and the theday theday theday
day shift men went on duty this morn morning mornmg mornbug
bug No 1 stope to the north of the theshaft theshaft theshaft
shaft had caved in This slope is about
100 feet long and 50 feet wide and the thecavein thecaveIn thecavein
cavein had the effect t > of blocking up the theshaft theshaft theshaft
shaft at the 350foot level levelIt I
It is also thought that the cavein bas haeblocked basblocked hasblocked
blocked the shaft down 50 feet further furtherThe furtherThe furtherThe
The cause of the accident is not known knownbut knownbut knownbut
but It is believed that it was due to tl t the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the ore had been extracted extractedwithout extractedwitho extractedwithotlt
without t properly timbering behind it I Iwill It Itwill ItwilL
will take considerable work to clear the theshaft theshaft theshaft
shaft but it is expected that the men will wiibe willbi willbe
be able to go back to work again by lion lionday Monday Ionday
day
FINN lS ESDAD A BAD ACTOR ACTORFier
Pier Strikes Man With a Stone Steals Stealsa
a Horse and Lands in Jail at atBingham atBingham atBingham
Bingham BinghamSpecial BinghamSpecial BinghamSpeelal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlngbam HeraldRepublicanBingbam
Bingham Aug Au 30 2OManan Manan Pier a Finn Finnwas FInnMiS Finnws
was fined J20 20 in Judge Frank C Cellven Cellventras CeUventras Ceilventras
tras court today on a charge of assauU assauUand all5auland assaulzand
and battery In default of raying that thatamount thatamount thatamount
amount he was taken to the county jail jalin jailin jailIn
in Salt Lake for twenty days It s ems seemsthat eemsthat emsthat
that Pier on his way a to Upper Bing ¬
ham yesterday afternoon picked up a astone astone astone
stone and without provocation prtlvoc < Jtion hurled it itat itat itat
at M r L 1 Cavenaugh an employe of the
Utah Copper company com pan who was TVS return
Ing from the lower town It struck him himon himon himon
on the back of the head inflicting an ugly uglvgash uglgash
gash about three inches in length len h which whichstunned whicstunned
stunned the man throwing him to his
knees kneesA
A physician attended to his injuries
The same day Pier appropriated to his hisown hisown hisown
own use a horse belonging to J T E Dow Dowand Dowand Dowand
and rode him to Highland Boy Bo The evi ¬
dence today showed that the man had
been drinking heavily at the time and anda
a charge of larceny was not lodged lodgedagainst lodgedagalnllt lodgedagainst
against him He came here the day be ¬
fore from Silver City Ida
BRIGHAM BRIGHAMBOY BOY HAS HASPAINFUL HASPAINFUL HASPAINFUL
PAINFUL ACCIDENT ACCIDENTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug 20 2OVllmer Wilmer Carter Carterthe Carterthe Carterthe
the sixteenyearold son of Mr and Mrs
Simeon Carter of the First ward met metwith metwith metwith
with a very painful accident An artery arteryon
on his right leg just above the knee k e was wascut waScut wascut
cut The boy with a number of chums
had gone to a reservoir east of town and
had taken refreshments with them themWhile thfmVhlle themWhile
While young Carter was cutting a water watermelon watermtlon watermelon ¬
melon the knife slipped striking his Msright hisright hisrigbt
right leg with the result stated lie was wasrushed WasrUlllhed Wasrushed
rushed to town in a buggy but was
bleeding so freely from the cut that he
fainted before reaching home He was
taken to the local hospital and cared for
by b Dr Harding
BRIGHAM WILL GET GETBEETLOADING GETBEETLOADING
BEETLOADING STATION STATIONSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanflrigham
Brigham City Clt Aug 20 20The The farmers farmersof
of Brigham and vicinity in connection connectionwith
with the city council have been urging
the railroad company for some time to toerect toerect toerect
erect a beetloading station near the de depot depot depot ¬
pot in this city clt A communication from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the superintendent superlnt ndent of the Oregon Short ShortIlne ShortLine
Line was received and read at the m met metlog et eting etIng
ing of the city council Thursday stating
that action in the matter would be taken takenby takenby
by the company in the near future It is ismost Ismo ismost
most mo t likely that the beetloading station stationwill stationwill
will ill be built builtMINER builtMINER builtMINER
MINER AT EUREKA HURT HURTBY HURTBY HURTBY
BY HEAVY MINE MACHINE MACHINESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEureka
Eureka Aug 20 2OVhlle While at work on a amachine amachine amachine
machine in the Yankee mine this fore forenoon forenoon forenoon ¬
noon Frank Galloway sustained severe
injuries to his back While lifting the themachine themachine themachine
machine into its place on the bar his hisfoot
foot slipped on some loose rock in the
drift and he fell The heavy machine fell fellon fellon fellon
on top of him and he was taken out of
the mine and sent to town on a stretcher
His Injuries were attended to by the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys physician Dr J T A Hensel Henselwho Henselwoo Henselwho
who states that they are not very se severe aevere severe ¬
vere
BOARD PURCHASES PURCHASESSUPPLIES PURCHASESSUPPLIES PURCHASESSUPPLIES
SUPPLIES FOR SCHOOL
Special to The HeraldRejjublican HeraldRejjublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug 30 OAt At the meeting
of the board of education it was decided decidedto
to purchase 300 OO opera chairs for the as assembly asembly a asembly ¬
sembly room of the new high school
building and forty fort class recitation
benches along with other necessary fur furniture furniture furniture ¬
niture and supplies suppliesThe suppliesThe suppliesThe
The new building is a beautiful struc ¬
ture roomy and convenient and a credit
to the County The schools of Box Elder Eldercounty Eld Eldercounty r rcounty
county will open this season on Sept 20 20BRIGHAM 2 20BRIGHAM i iBRIGHAM
BRIGHAM DELEGATE TO TOCONSERVATION TOCONSERVATION TOCONSERVATION
CONSERVATION CONGRESS CONGRESSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug 20 2OMayol Mayor Black ¬
burn received a letter yesterday from the thepresident theprealdent thepresident
president of the First National Consen Conservation a ation
tion congress to be held at Seattle next nextweek ntxtweek nextweek
week asking him to name a delegate
from this city to the congress Wynn L
Eddy a member of the city council was wasnamed wasnamed wasnamed
named to fill the position Mr Eddy has
left for the exposition and the mayor mayornotified mayornotified mayornotified
notified him of his appointment by letter letterMAY letterMAY letterMAY
MAY NOT RECOVER RECOVERSpecial RECOVERSpecial RECOVERSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 20 ZODon Don Christensen Christensenof
of Kooharem is lying at the point of
death suffering with appendicitis He Hewas Hewas Hewns
was vIsiting relatives at Fish Lake Lakewhen Lakewhen Lakeshen
when he was stricken and he is too toosick t toosick < ro rosick
sick to be moved Dr West of Salina
13 in attendance but states that he has hasno hasno hasno
no hope for tho mans recovery recoveryOur
Our carpet cleaning is guaranteed
National House Cleaning Co
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CHILDRENS HOSE HOSEBest HOSEBest HOSEBest
Best 20c Grade at 1 1FAST 121120 121120FAST 1212cFAST °
FAST BLACK TAN OR WHITE WHITEFine WHITEFine WHITEFine
Fine ribbed seamless cotton hose hoseall hOleall hoseall
all sizes The best 20c Oc values on onsale onsale onsale
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SATURDAY SATURDAYLONG SATURDAYLONG SATURDAYLONG
LONG SILK GLOVES GLOVES1oo
100 grade at 45c 45cFine 45cFine 45cFine
Fine Lisle Thread Gloves 12button 12buttonlength 1buttonlength 12buttonlength
length with two clasp wrist in fast fastblack futblack fastblack
black tan or white Best 1M 1Mvalue 108value 1J 1Jvalue
value in all sizes on sale Saturday Saturdayat
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45 cents centsSATURDAY ceflsSATURDAY
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TOILET SOAP
3 bars for lOc lOcAuerbach 10cAuerbach lOcAuerbach
Auerbach special Glycerine Honey Honeyor
or 0 Oatmeal Toilet Soaps Also Al o But Buttermilk Buttermilk Buttermilk ¬
termilk Witch Hazel and a variety varietyof v net netof
of other excellent hard water toilet toiletsoap toiletSoap toiletsoap
soap on sale Saturday at atSPECIAL
3 bars tOltf 11 1SPECML OC OCSFECIAL
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
300 RED WOOL BLAN BLANKBTS BLANKETS BLANKETS
KETS AT 139 A PAIR
100 pairs wool mixed blankets 31 3 13 13per 13per 13per
per cent wool weight 44 pounds unds
104 size measure 60x80 inches inchesworth Inchesworth inchesworth
worth 300 Saturday one pair to a acustomer acustomer acustomer
customer at atSPECIAL
51039 a pair pairSPECIAL
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY SATURDAY35c SATURDAY35CBLAOK
35c 35CBLAOK BLACK SATINE AT AT18c AT18c AT18eAYARD
18c 18eAYARD A YARD
500 yards MERCERIZED BLACK BLACKSATINE BLACKSATINE BLACKSATINE
SATINE a quality that never retailsfor retailsfor retails retailsfor
for less than 35c Saturday twelve twelveyards twelveyards twelveyards
yards to a customer at atSPECIAL at18e at18cayrd
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SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY SATURDAY85c SATURDAY85c
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STORE CHANGES HANDS HANDSSpecial HANDSSpecial HANDSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Aug Au < < 20 DThe The Fair store storerecently storerecently storerecently
recently opened in this city by W M Miavens YHavena MHavens
Havens of New York City Clt changed hands handshis handstbla handsthis
his week when D H Dannacher of Chi Chicago Chicago CMcage ¬
cago purchased the big stock of dry drygoods drygoodl drygoods
goods
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Innes Band at Saltair SaltairToday SaltairToday SaltairToday
Today and tomorrow Two free con concert concHtfil eonCftC ¬
cert 4 and 8 p m sixty men Several Severalsoloists Severalsoloists severalsoloists
soloists Engagement extraordinary extraordinaryAdrian extraordinaryAdrIan
Adrian B Pembroke Stock Broker
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LADIES VESTS VESTS50c
50c Grade at 25c 25cLow 250Low 25oLow
Low neck sleeveless fine Swiss rib ribboil ribbed ribbed
bed vests with fancy embroidered embroideredlace
lace yoke all sizes Splendid 56c 56cvalues Mevalues 5cvalues
values on sale at atSATURDAY
25 cents centsSATURDAY cesSATURDAY
SATURDAY SATURDAYLADIES SATURDAYLADIES SATURDAYLADIES
LADIES HOSE HOSEBest HOSEBest HOSEBest
Best 20c Grade at 12V 12 1214o 1214oLadies jC jCLadies 0 0Ladi4s
Ladies fast black hose with balbrig balbriggan
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SATURDAY SATURDAYLADIES SATURDAYLADIESVESTS SATURDAYLADIES
LADIES LADIESVESTS LADIESVESTSBest VESTS VESTSBest
Best 12V 121hc c grade at 9c 9cLow 9cLow 9cLow
Low neck sleeveless Swiss ribbed ribbedvests ribbedvests ribbedvests
vests with loop trimmed tape down downneck downneck downneck
neck and armholes all sizes Beet Beet12c Be Beat12c t t12c
12c quality at atSATURDAY
9 cents centsSATURDAY centsSATURDAY
SATURDAY SATURDAYLADIESVESTS SATURDAYLADIES SATURDAYLADIES
LADIESVESTS LADIES VESTS VESTSLadIes
3 for 50c 50cLadles 500Ladles
Ladles fine Swiss ribbed low neck necksleeveless necksleeyeless necksleeveless
sleeveless vests all sizes with lace laeeedged Iaoeedged laceedged
edged silk tapedrawn neck and andarmholes andarmholes andarmholes
armholes A splendid 35c quality on onsale onsale onsale
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S6 6 LAWN AND LINEN DRESSES 329 329One 329One 329One
One last clearing of fine lingerie dresses dressesof dressesfk4tZ1
fk4tZ1 of excellent quality mostly m stly white worth worthfully worthfully worthfully
fully 600 Saturday for final finalcleanup finalAt1i 3 29
At1i cleanup theyll the 11 go
810 10 LAWN LAWNAND AND LINEN DRESSES 329 329One 329One 329One
One lot of handsome Lawn and Linen LinenDresses LinenDresses LinenDresses
Dresses prettily trimmed with insertion insertionand insertionand
and hand embroidered fronts worth fully
1000 Saturday for final finalcleanup finalt
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and Gents Furnishings FurnishingsSCHOOL
SCHOOL SUIT SPECIAL SPECIALA I IA
A number of handsome handsomepatterns patterns in fine wool cheviot cheviotand and caasimere suits suitsstraight suitstralght suitstraight
straight or knickerbocker pants regular 800 900 and 160 100values QR ft ft ftvalues
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HOSIERY HOSIERYOc 20c values special at 2 pairs for 25C 25C65c 25c65c
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