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S Ogden News NewsOffice
Office Office410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation streetCirculation
Circulation Department 366 3 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden StreetOgden
Ogden Thursday Aug 26 26Oregon 26NEW 26NEVI
Oregon Short Line Is at Work WorkNow WorkNow WorkNow
Now on Great Many ManyImprovements ManyImprovements ManyImprovements
Improvements ImprovementsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanORtlen
Ogden Aug 85 2BGeneral General Superintendent SuperintendentJ
J Jr r Davis of the Oregon Short Line sys system a y 18 181I s stam ¬
tem 1I > > m ta taking an active interest in punning
improvement work in the Ogden yards at attliis atthis atthis
this time lie has had nearly ttoo ties tiesshipped tielIthlpttNl tbsshipped
shipped to Ogden for use In constructing
the five new passenger pan el tracks adjacent adjacentto
to the union depot and the heavy steel steelneeded steeln steelneeded
needed n ded IB now en n rout to this city and andTVIll andwill andwill
will be unloaded on the ground before the thegrading tb tbgradln tbbgrading
grading ha has been completed
In the meantime Assistant As t tant Engineer EngineerBarling
Darling has a force of men at work level leveling levelIn leveling ¬
ing In the ground and grading for the new newtrucks newtr newtracks
trucks tr ck and this force is being Increased Increasedas
as fast as additional men and trains can
b be < secured to engage in work of that thatcharacter thatcharteter thatchar7teter
character characterAs
As soon as a the five new tracks have have1xen
been completed they will he utilized for forpassenger fOipalllHftCer forpassengsr
passenger trains and the tracks now In Inut InU1e Inuse
ut will be torn up u t and built over again againcement againpment againcr
cement cr mef + l being lag used between the different differenttracks differenttracD differenttracks
tracks to allow a ow passengers pan rs to reach all alliraliw allIral alltralna
iraliw Iral without wading through dirt and andand andand andsend
and andWhite
White this th work is be being 1 riff pushed for forward forwHrd forward ¬
ward arransementBwill arrangements will be made to carry carryout carl carlout carryout
out Mr II Kruttschnitfs recent suggestion suggestionto
to erect a steel fence completely around aroundthe
the passenger depot to protect that struc structuie struture structure
ture from invasion by it those who have no noactual noaptual noactual
actual business around about or in the thedepot thedlpotxcpt thedepotexcept
depot dlpotxcpt except a curiosity curlo lty to observo themoving the themoving t11 t111110lnll
moving multitude arriving arr vlng and leaving on ontne onthp onthe
the sixty odd passenger asen r trains entering thedepot the thedepot thedppot
depot grounds daily daily dati datiThe
The erection Ifn > ctlon of a high hl < < h steel fence fenceon on the thewest thtweit thewest
west side of the depot wig 1 also protect protectpassengers protectlla protectpassengers
passengers lla seJPIS from moving trains and switch switchengines switchfngls switchengines
engines and when this has been pen completed
loafing will be > f strictly done away with in inthe Inthe Inthe
the waiting rooms and no one will be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed there except those having business businessDATE bu businessDATE hlfN hlfNDATE
Special iSpe ial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Aug ug 25 2 25The The date for the open ¬
ing of the high school this year has been beenfixed beenfixed beenfixed
fixed as Sept 13 and the members of the theboard thebOHld theboard
board of education and Superintendent SuperintendentMills
Mills and nd Principal Cross Cro a are very anx anxious anxious anxous ¬
ious that the new building be ready read for fortho forfhp forthe
the students at that time There is a great greatueal greatupal greatHeal
Heal of work to do however before tho thobuilding th thbllilding thabuilding
building will be ready for school pur purTioses purrlO purposes
poses rlO The construction work is progress progressInn progressing
Inn in about as rapidly as possible possibleThe
The contract calls for the completion completionof
of the building by b the 30th of September Septemberbut
but as a matter of accommodation to the theboard tb tbboard theboard
board of education the contractors haveagreed have haveagreed ha haagreed
agreed to get at least the lower floor ready readyf dy dyfOIl
f fOIl r occupancy by the 13th 13thDr 13thDr 13thDr
Dr Coulter vice Ice president of the bead boaidof
of education says the board will be sat satisfied satIsfied satisfled ¬
isfied If the they > get t the students into the thenew th thenew I
new building even in a crowded condi condition COMIItion condition ¬
tion at the time for the opening of theschool the theRECENT thehool
school schoolRECENT hool hoolRECENT
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Ogc n Aug 25 SThe The following real es estate estate estate ¬
tate transfers have been filed for record recordIn
In the office of County Recorder Reco Wallace WallaceHyrum WallaceHyrum VallaNHyrum
Hyrum Stowe and wife to John JobnButcMr W WButcher WButcher
Butcher purt of the southwest quarter quarterof
of Of section 16 township 8 range 1 west westConsideration westConalderatlon westConsideration
Consideration 375J 375 375J I IJ
J J Brummitt and lId wife ife to George Ge C CHobson Cj Cy
j Hobson Hob on part of lot 3 block 3S plat C COgden Cf Ct
r f Ogden City survey Consideration 1230 1230Krnest 19l
Krnest l F < rne t P Brown to Iledvlg E Brown Brownpart Brownart Brownpart
part art of o lots 7 and S block 16 South Ogden Ogdensurvey Ogdensurvey Ogdensurvey
survey Consideration St Stneo Ueorge I Iieorge
neo ieorge e M I Ritter and wife to Andrew AndrewPatterson Andreratteraon AndrewFatterson
Patterson the th north half of tht southwest southwestcuarter southwestuarter southwestquarter
quarter the southwest quarter of the thesouthwest theuutltlIt thesouthwestt
southwest quarter and the northwest northwestquarter northwestquarter northwestquarter
quarter of section 21 township 5 range rangeett 2 2est 2west
west est Consideration tlon SS39 3956NEWS SS39NEWS 9dONEWS
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanJgden
Ogden Aug Au ZS 2iLast Last evening at 5 oclock oclockW
W M I Wilson of this city received a tele telegram teletram telegram ¬
gram from the Oregon Lumber company companyat
at Hood River Ore conveying the sad sadn BadWW sadnaves
n WW ws of the accidental death of his broth brother br oth othrr ¬
er R C Wilson Wlt n No Information regard regarding regarding ¬ I IIng
ing the th accident was given ven and Mr Wil Wilson PUsnn 11 11on ¬
son on is yet t ignorant of the details The Thedeceased Thedeceased Thedeceased
deceased was 18 born in Sunderland Eng Kngland England England
land April 22 T 1855 and came > to Ogden Ogdentn
in IMS 1 where he had spent the major majorportion majlrrrUotJ
1 < portion of his life He Is If < survived S1lrv by two twosons twofna twosons
sons Arthur and George who ho reside re inOgden in inOgden InOg
Ogden Og n and a daughter Grace residing residingat r ng ng1t
at Brigham City The body will be brought broughtto
to 0 this city for burial Mr Wilson Vtl on was wasinpioyed wasmployei a8 a8I
< inpioyed lJ1l y1 by b the Oregon Lumber company companynt
nt fI t the time of his death deathSCARLET deathSCARLET deathSCARLET
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden t n Aug Au 25 25Christina Christina Geneta neta Tribe Tribetlie Trillfthe Tribethe
the Syearold daughter of the late Joseph JosephH
H and Ida Tribe and granddaughter of ofGeorge ofGfore ofGeorge
George H Tribe died dlfd this morning from fromr fromarlet fromscarlet
r scarlet < artet fever The child died at the home homeo
o her mother 11 Twentyninth street streetOne streetOne streetOne
One younger sister is afflicted with the thejair th tham theante
jair > > am ante malady but she W convalescing convalescingPrhiiW convale8ctngPrhlllbl couvaeseingPrivate
PrhiiW funeral services will be held at atTrt atA
Trt 1 A this afternoon outside the residence residenceInterment realdeJlceIntfnnent residenceInterment
Interment in the City cemetery cemeteryOGDEN cemeteryOGDEN < < emetel
Special to tf The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden FI > raldHfpubUcanOgden
Ogden Aug 23 W K Shung a Ko Korr KuTan
Tan r rr an employed at track work on the Utah Utahdivision Utahi1 Utahdivlulat
division i1 1on of the Inlon nlon Pa Pacific < < Iflc road was wasinn wa war1ln wasrun
inn over by the fast Portland express exp at atGreen atGreet atGreet
Greet River m last night and Instantlv InstantlvKille1 Instabtlvkilfl Inatantlvkillel
Kille1 No blame Is attached to other otherrailr otherrllllr otherrailr
railr ed d < l + employes ploytli for the accident and andtlie andthe nd ndtlp
the 10 1 h wa a turned over to the authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties fi tiiitlicr Investigation and for m IntPrnr mtorin lDlerill
torin it itAt Itt t tAt
At t k this morning Frederick FrederickBeck1 FrederickBeek trederiekBffk
Beck1 r oj in il at his home 3734 Monroe ave avenue avetIIll ayeTire ¬
Tire r K > mal debility dt > blllt at the age of W 70yeses Wveai 11yeaF
veai yeses H i i3 survived by a wife and three threeda threeP
da d8UGIt daugl up lit t r rs > Ho n was a carpenter by b trade tradeRIM tllldfRnd tradeanal
P RIM anal louJ a t I IN cn < n a resident of Ogden O IEn for fortweritv fortwet fortweet
tweet rears Yar YarCon rearsCo carvConrtm
Conrtm Con Co td < t br > r Rod win wi e a short tm tl T HKI HKIhad MIitOhad NQhad
had its i and severely crushed between betweenwill betveeHtwd
twd a aothei will have hh n pass throogit another an anniMl another
other sarticai irni irnifectF niMl 1 operation to correct de degrowth dfffrlF defeetr
fectF i r tL i inownd growth of < f the skin over the thowound theoperation th41OUII
wound 1OUII < 1 Hi HiIyrus operation will be performed performedtomorrow performedtodll
todll r 1 tomorrow tomorrowtwo rrow rrowCyrus
Cyrus yrJ Rc Rnn on and David Wadman dman were werearraigrvl wtrarraignl weraarraignel
arraigrvl before for the judge of the city citycourt cityfourt citycourt
court hs i morning on the charge of lar larten larpn 1sten
ten pn > prf prfrpd ferred irrd h by > Charles Skeen Th Thmri1Ilt 111CompJmt rho rhocomplatnt
mri1Ilt > HKes that the defendants on onthe onthe onthe
the snti Ot da > of f August isue 1 appropriated appropriatedto
to their t1 r it Vi IIF certain waters of the theBasir theBas1r theBasin
Basin irrigation ditch which did not be belong ltetong belong ¬
long to t II < i t ti i R lil lilF i iC IC
C F Ind lUdlk y Ik I k who was Sertouelburned seriously seriouslyburned serious seriousbunt4ld
burned is > a + gas as I explosion eX H at the establish establishment establishment stabUhnornt ¬
ment of the Superior r Horse Radish RadishPickle Radishpickle RadishPickle
Pickle company a w week ek k ago yesterday is isft isJ isreported
ft lJ reported to be in a precarious condition conditionf IndftlohJle
J f Jle Is at the hospital ho pltal and Is receiving receivingrver receivingevery
rver possible assistance in his struggle strugglefor struggltor
for life bat his life is despaired o or Th
attending atten ing physicians do not hold out much muchhope muchhope
hope for fo his recovery recoveryWhile recoverWhile recoveryWhile I
While there Is not as large a force of ofworkmen ofworkmen ofworkmen
workmen on the Dee Dae110pltal hospital building as asthere asthere asthere
there might be yet et the construction work workIs
Is moving along nicely and It will not be belong btlong belong
long before the cement basement ha ement will Iv Ivfinished heflnlehed befinished
finished and the work on the walls of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building begun begunFirst begunCANYON
First Local Option Election in inIdaho inI inIdaho
I i Idaho Bad for Saloon SaloonMen SaloonMen
Men MenSpecial MentSpeciaI MenSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBoise
Boise oiIIe Ida Id Aug 25 iThe The first election electionin
in Idaho under the provisions of tbe lo toeal local local
cal option law reseed by the last session sessionof
of r the legislature was told h ld In Canym Canymcounty ctnYncounty Cany m mcounty
county today It resulted in the county eountgoing oountofng countygang >
going dry oy 0 a vote of iHS to 1S8S 1Mthree 1305threeto three threeto
to one Under the law the county will willgo willgt willgo
go on a prohibition rohlbilion basis at the expira expiration expiration expiration ¬
tion of three tree months unless the opera operation Ollenttion operation ¬
tion of the act siall lie stopped by legal legalproceedings legalproceedings legalproceedings
proceedings proceedingsThere
There was a marked falling off in the thevcte thfHte thetcte
vcte both from the registration tor the thespecial tbt5peclal thespecial <
special eteMkm elE tkln and from the vote N last lasttall lasttall lasttall
tall The total vote cast toda today > In the thocounty thecounty thecounty
county was 4479 which was at least < t 2000 2000iess 2000less 000 000jess
jess than the registration and neatly 3UIW 3UIWkss 3UWless OOJ OOJItoss
less than the vote cast at the general generalelection seniraltlectkm generalelection
election in 1906 1906Of 1008Of 1006Of
Of the twentyfive precincts In 11 te county coun county rounty ¬
ty twentythree voted dry the two ex exceptions exLeptions exceptions ¬
ceptions being Nampa precincts Nampa JCampaas
as a town voted wet by a margin oftwenty of oftwenty oftenty
twenty votes vot and was wa the only town in mthe inthe inthe
the county to reecrd a majority vote votagainst voteagainst ote oteagainst
against prohibition Caldwell the county countyseat count8Eat countyseat
seat went dry dr by a majority of 398 out outof outof outof
of TTl votes east Nampa cast the heavi heaviest hvlest heavlest ¬
est vote of any an town In the county countyO
1054 O t out of a registration of 2177 1i7 Pay Payette PayHte Payette
ette gave a majority of 214 H for the dry dryout dryout dryout
out of 615 votes cast and only about half halff halfof
of f the registration was represented in inthe inth inthe
the th vote The country precincts voted votedstronger votedFtrongpr votedstronger
stronger for a dry county than those in inthe inthe inthe
the towns townsORDERED townsORDERED townsORDERED
Special to The T HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Clt Aug 2iiThe 25 The Anderson AndersonStohl Ander An derson dersonStohl on onStobl
Stohl Orchard company of this city cit which whichflted whichflied whichflied
flied articles of incorporation with the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of state recently owns a aJ large largetract largetract largetract
tract of orchard land on the flat horth horthwest IKIrthwest 6orthwest
west of this city clt The trees which con consist consist consist ¬
sist of different varieties of peaches s were wereplanted wereplanted wereplanted
planted last year ear and are now in an excellent ex excellent x xcellent ¬
cellent condition It is not definitely definitelyknown definitelyknown definitelyknown
known what disposition the company will willmake wllmake willmake
make of the orchards but it is the opin opinion opinIon opinion ¬
ion of some who are familiar with the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition that the tract will be cut up upinto upInto upinto
into smaller tracts and sold on the th Installment In Installment Installment ¬
stallment plan planThe planThe planThe
The capital stock of the company Is IsiOOCO is5oo00
50000 in shares of J100 100 each There are arefA0
600 shares 200 of which have been set setaside setaside setaside
aside as treasury stock The officers of ofthis ofIhls ofthis
this company are Lorenzo M Stohl pres president presIdent president
ident L J Anderson vice president presidentLouis presidentIouls presidentLouis
Louis J Anderson secretary and Olaf OlafPetersen OlafPetfrsen OlafPetersen
Petersen treasurer These with V R RStohl RStohl RStohi
Stohl form the directorate directorateMANY directorateMANY directorateMANY
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanKphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 2The The death of Don DonChristensen DonChrlsten DonChristensen
Christensen en of Koosharem has cast a agloom aIoom agloom
gloom Ioom over the entire little village and andsurrounding andJurroundlng andsurrounding
surrounding country The news reached reachedKoosharem rettchedKoo reachedKoosharem
Koosharem Koo harem about noon yesterday and andImmediately andImm andimmediately
Immediately Imm dlately a carriage was sent to bring bringhome bringtome bringhome
home his body bod He left for Fish lake lakeabout lakeabout lakeabout
about two weeks ago and was feeling feelingfine feelingtine feelingfine
fine for eseveral days He was In the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of Paul Jones and was as riding ridinga
a horse when he was taken 111 suddenly suddenlyHe
He was taken to Jorgensens ranch in inthe Inthe inthe
the canyon nearby nearb and Dr West est of ofSalina ofSalina ofSalina
Salina was called but as it takes severaldays several severaldays Mveraldays
days to make m ke the round trip he arrived arrivedtoo
too late to do anything for the young youngman youngm8n youngman
man m8n His case was pronounced appen appendicitis appendicitis appendicitis ¬
dicitis and he h > grew gradually weaker weakeruntil weskeruntil weakeruntil
until yesterday about 18 oclock his in intense Intenlle Intense ¬
tense suffering was relieved by death deathMr dERthMr deathMr
Mr Christensen was a son of Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs John Christensen and was born bornin
in Koosharem Koo harem nineteen years yearS ago He was wasa
a lad of good habits and a trusty em employe employe 111 111plo ¬
ploye plo e and leaves a host of friends to tomourn tomourn tomourn
mourn his lows His body botl is ext expected > ected ted to toarrive toarrive toarrive
arrive at Koosharem tonight The ar arrangements arrancements arrangements ¬
rangements have not yet been b n mad I for forthe forthe forthe
the funeral funeralBINGHAM funeralBINGHAM funeralBiNGHAM
tS Special lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlnham If eraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Aug iAll 26 All the th union l of ofIhe ofhe ofthe
the he camp are making preparations to togo togo togo
go to Salt Lake en masse ma e on Labor day dayA
A special train will be run on that day tinyMrs dayIrs dayMrs
Mrs Mary Klopensttne has ha just finished finishedthe
the remodeling of two new cottages in inCarr InCarr h hCarr +
Carr Fork which are now ready for oc oceupancy oceupancy oceupaney
eupancy eupaneyJohn eupancyJohn eupancyJohn
John T Hogan is addinga second nd story storyto stOl stOlto
to his place of business businessCharles businessCharles l lCharles
Charles H Roper who had his livery liverystable Iheryslable liveryStable
stable partially destroyed in the recent recentfloods recentfloodll recentfloods
floods is rapidly making repairs and will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon have It In commission rommls lon again againTwo aglllnTwo againTwo
Two teachers will be employed to con conduct tOtIduct eonduct ¬
duct the branch bra cb department of the Jor Jordan Jotdlln Jordan ¬
dan high school at Bingham Quarters Quartershave Quartershave Quartershave
have been secured M > on the second floor floorof floorof
of Canyon hall hallCOMMITTEE hallCOMMITTEE hailCOMMITTEE
Special iSpee ial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanIKphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 25 2finothtr Another special ses session session seasion ¬
sion of the Gunnison town council WItH WRKheld WItHbeld washeld
held this week at which preliminaries preliminarieslooking preUmlnarlt8looking preliminariesJacking
looking toward the installing of the pro proposed propu proposed ¬
posed pu ed city water system took form A Acommittee Acommittee Acommittee
committee was appointed to visit some someof softieor someof
of the towns having water supply and andglean andglean
glean Information on the matter matterCouncilmanelect matterCouncUmanelect matterCouncilmanelect
Councilmanelect C M Madsen lad sen tepee representing IPllreIJeIItI tepeeseating ¬
seating IJeIItI the C W M I company was waspresent WiIprnt waspresent
present to ask a reduction on the license licensecarried lIeeneecarried licensecarried
carried by b that thatftrm firm His request wastaken was wastaken wastaken
taken under advisement advisementThe
The commercial clubs of Sanpete Piute Piuteand Piuteand Ifuleand
and Sevier counties will meet at SalinaSeptember Salina SalinaSeptember SaUnaSeptemlMr
September 1 and the people are making makingelaborate makingtlaborate makingelaborate
elaborate preparations for the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
ment of the delegates delegatesSECOND tlelegatesSECOND delegatesSECOND
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBtngham HeraldRepublicanBIngham HeraldRepublicanlBingham
BIngham Aug 26 SoDella Delia Ruth McCourt McCourtHancock McCourtHanCCKk McCourtHancock
Hancock the little daughter of Mr and andMrs andM andMrs
Mrs M H R Hancock six years of age agedied lIedied agedied
died at their home at 6 oclock this morn mornIng mornInB mornlug
lug from scarlet 5 < fever Funeral services serviceswill flervlceswill servicesw01
will be held at ODonnells undertaking undertakingparlors undertakingrlors undertakingparlors
parlors rlors in Salt Lake tomorrow afternoon afternoonBurial afternoonBurial afternoonBurial
Burial will take place In Mt It Olivet OlivetThis OlletThill OlivetThis
This is the second seeon child that Mr and andMrs andMIII andMrs
Mrs Hancock have lost from the same samedisease samdl8ea samedisease
disease e within a month Mr Hancock ta tomanager tamanager IIImanager
manager of the branch department of the theI
I X It I Furniture Carpet company companySHEEPMEN eompanySHEEPMEN companySHEEPMEN
Because au e they violated a court order in indriving Indriving indriving
driving sheep in Soldiers canyon from fromwhich fromwhkh fromwhich
which the town of Stockton derives its itswater Ibiwatr itswater
water N F Carlson and John Doe Carl Carlson Carlflon Carlson ¬
son flockmnsters doing business as N NP NF
P Carlson Sons have been cited to toappear toappear toappear
appear in the ThlrI l district court at atTooelc atTooele I ITooele
Tooele to show cause why they should shouldnot
not be cited for contempt of court courtThe courtTh courtThe
The Th complaint is signed by members of
the tn state board of health The flock flockmasters flockmastpu flockmasters
masters drove sheep through the canyon canyonabout canonabout canyonabout
about a month ago in violation of a court courtorder rourtordtr courtorder
order issued In 1907
iVL M E Hal Injured by Prema Premature Premature Premature ¬
ture Explosion ExplosionIn In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Hospital HospitalSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican i iEureka iEureka i iEureka
Eureka Aug 25 251r il E Hall a ma machine 111 111chine tutschine ¬
chine man employed by the Yankee mine minemet minpmet mIncmet
met with a severe accident this morning morningbefore mormng10ft morninghe
before he 10ft o a coming coml off shift Hall had fin finished finIshed finkited ¬
ished his round and had loaded his hi hol holami 1101and liolw liolwand <
and It te believed that after spitting
the fuses fu es he did not get aa away in tir tirThe tmTIle terThe
The holes started to explode and Han Hanback Halback s shack <
back was completely riddled b by > until Fmlllrock smalllock untiltock
tock The flesh was badly torn on on onleg > 11 11leg v vle >
leg le and one arm armThe amIThe
The companys physician Dr J A l HII HIIsel hInsal n nsel
sel was promptly sent for and atti lttnd1 lttnd1to nd < 1 1to ito
to the Injured Inj red man He walt gent nt this thismorning thimorning thlmrnlng <
morning to one of the Salt Iake hoshitale hospi hospitals ¬
tale where wlM > re he was accompanied by itr itrHensel 11 11Hen
Hensel Hen el
Condition Is Serious SeriousAt
At the KeoghHammoml hospital W Xci Xcineaday + vl vlneaday 1 1needilY
neaday night it was stated that Hall was wasIn WasIn wasIn
In a serious condition although it WiI wnthought w WiIthought t tthought
thought that he would recover His i loft Iftfoot loftfoot > ff fffoot
foot is broken His back is perforati perfollltjIn u uin
in numerous places by the flying rock rockand rockand reekand
and his face is badly cut and bruised bruisedAt
At the hospital Hall stated that at alt althe utter utterhe I Ihe
he spit the tl1 fuse he waited a few Sf seonde s Sfond > ei eiondP
ondP but he thinks the fuse burned quit QUIer qut4 qut4er K Ker
er than it should and the holes explou explooltbefore a abefore rbefore
before he was a safe distance from ti tlm tlmNfVADA tbmNEVADA m mMans
Mans Neck Broken by Fall FallWhile FallWhile FallWhile
While Trying to Escape EscapeFrom EScapeFrom EscapeFrom
From Hotel HotelReno
Reno Nev Ne Aug 25 iFire Fire originating in inthe Inthe inthe
the Whitney house at Truckee at 7 oclock oclocktonight oclocktonight oclocktonight
tonight has consumed consutflf > d the building bulldl and andthreatens andtluEatens andthreatens
threatens to wipe 1It out the town Every Everyavailable Everyavailable Everyavailable
available resource re ource including that of the theSouthern theSouthern i iSouthern
Southern Pacific company is being used usedtot usedtot usedtot
tot extinguish the fire W W Watkins atkina a aSouthern aSouthern aSouthern
Southern Pacific employe fell downstairs downstairsin
in the hotel while trying tr ing to escape and andbroke andbroke andbroke
broke his neck neckBetter neckMOTOR neckMOTOR
Better Passenger Traffic Service on onRailroad onRailroad onRailroad
Railroad Branch Is Greeted GreetedWith GreetedWith GreetedWith
With Much JoySpecial Joy JoySpecial JoySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRell11b1lcanBrigham HeraldRepublIcantBrigham
Brigham Aug 25 25The The new motor car carof carof carof
of the Oregon Short Line Railroad com company COJIIpan cofnpany ¬
pany arrived in this city shortly before 10 10oclock 10oclock i
oclock tills morning The car will be used usedfor UMdfor usedfor
for passeriger paue r traffic on the Malad Valley Valleybrand Valleybrand I
brand and was in charge cha e of the superin superintendent IlUperlntendent superintendent ¬
tendent and other prominent Snort Line Lineofficials LJneofficials i iofficials
officials officialsThey officialsThe officialsThey
They The departed on the initial trip to 11 11a 11alad Malad a alad
lad a few minutes after 10 oclock The Theparty Theparty nteparty
party will 111 stop at that place for lunch JunchIoInd Lunchand lunchami
and will arrive am in Brigham on onthe n Ue retain re retarntrip retaintrip lrn lrntrip
trip about 3 oclock o p m mThe mThe mThe
The car is a beauty and absolutely mod modern modern modern ¬
ern in construction containing large mail mailand malland mailand
and baggage compartments and a com compartment compartment compartment ¬
partment for passengers that will seat seatmore seatmore eatmore
more than sixty slxt people The car will run runfrom runfrom runfrom
from Ogden to Malad going north In the themorning themorning themorning
morning and returning In the evening eveningThis evenlqThis eveningThis
This will now no give Malad good train serv service aervice ¬ i
ice as the regular Malad passenger pa now nowleaves nowleaves nowleaves
leaves this cfty at fi05 6 every evening and anda
a mixed each way wa three times a week weekSCHOOLHOIM weekNEW weekNEVI
SK Special > cial C al to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingliain IIeraldHppublifanBingham HeraldIepublicanBingham
Bingham Aug 25 23By By order of the Jor Jordan Jordan Jordan ¬
dan board of education work has just justcommenced justonm1n justrommene
commenced onm1n d on a new 10000 fourroom fourroombrick fourroombrick fourroombrick
brick schoolhouse at Lark A good title titlehas titlehas titlehas
has been secured from the Ohio Copper Coppercompany CopperOmJNtny Coppercompany
company for a suitable site and the work workinaugurated workInaugurated workInaugurated
inaugurated will ill be pushed rapidly ra ldly No Nopains Nopains I IJlns
pains will be spared to make this a sub substantial subtanUal subatanttal ¬
stantial up to date structure and s credit creditto
to this part of the camp campA
A new building is much much needed as the theschool thesehool theschool
school population has nearly neill trebled in inthe intlM inthe
the islet year ea I with a prospect of a still stilllarger stilllarger till tilllarger
larger Increase The installing of an im immense ImmenM immense ¬
mense amount of machinery mac lner at the Ohio OhioCopper OhioCopper OhioCopper
Copper roirpanys big bl mill and the re renewed rerewed rerewed ¬
rewed activities of the th Bingham Mines Minescompany Minescompany tUnE1Scompan
company calls for enlarged school fadties fad facilities ¬
ties tiesWORK
Special to The HeraldRppubltcan HeraldRppubltcanUrifeham HeraldRepuhltcanBrllham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham Aug altiork 5 Work is progress progressIng progr progresslug S8 S8Ing
Ing rapidly on the new flour mill being beingerected beingerected beingerected
erected near the Oregon Short Sh rt Line de depot depot depot ¬
pot here by the Jensen Brothers Milling Millingcompany MillingconlJany Millingcompany
company They expect to be In opera operation operation operation ¬
tion within a month monthThe montbThe monthThe
The grain raIn elevator with a 20600bushel 20600bushelcapacity ZIOOOObuabeicapaelt 90000bushelcapacity
capacity is now completed and in use useand UlMand useand
and a flour storage building is being tteingerected lJetngerected beingerected
erected south of the main building The Themain Thelnaln Themain
main building is of three stories with flh a abasement abaeement abasement
basement Most of the machinery has hasarrived halllarrived hasarrived
arrived and is being placed while the thecarpenters thlcarpentEn thecarpenters
carpenters are at work The mill will have
capacity of aOO barrels of flour a day dayLAWN da daLAWN dayLAWN
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant t Aug wMonday Monday > after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon the retiring bishopric of the North Northward Northward Northward
ward Daniel Rasmussen Rasmu n Thomas West
George Peterson were given enter entertainment tntertalment entertainment
tainment by the North warders on the thelawn thelawn theawn
lawn awn of the > church ground an exception ¬
large crowd being in attendance attendanceThe
The entertainment consisted of a fine
and refreshments the festivities
carried on until after dark darkColored JsrkColored Arl ArlCoIONfI
Colored electric lights were ere strung
the lawn The party closed clo e with
dance late In the evening eveningFUNERAL eveningFUNERAL eveningFUNERAL
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Aug 25 25Funeral Funeral services
John Olsen of this city who 110 died re ¬
of heart failure were held yester ¬
afternoon from the Presbyterian Pre tJyterian
one of the local lodges having havinghargp
of the services At the cemetery
usual lodge ceremonies were per ¬
Mr Olsen was apparently a
and robust man before death deathROOM deathROOM deathROOM
Louie Lucy LuC a Mexican was arrested rre tfd
Special Policeman C C Riley Wed ¬
afternoon and was booked at
pollee station on Ute charge 6f high ¬
robbery robberyC
C Nelson rooming at the American
says that a as 4 oclock y yesterday terda
Lucy entered his room and I
5260 from his pockets He then i
to ransack ran5flc the room but Net N > ¬
awakened a Grabbing the man a
1 followed < l but the Mexican man ¬
to get away He was later found
the Continental saloon sal xo by th < police
I Returns Home from Washington and Praises New Tariff Bill
Continued from Page 1 1ion 1lun 1ion
ion said Senator St > n < ftor Sutherland mid the theopinion I theopinion hI hIopinion
opinion of President Taft and of ever everRepublican every enrlRepublican everyRepublican
Republican senator who oted for the 1111 1111I < tll tllI
I should say that the t bill in some of its itsdetails itgdetails itsdetails
details was unsatisfactory but that the thobill Owbill thebill
bill as a whole was an admirable one oneand oneand oneand
and one that was highly satisfactory to toevery totvery toevery
every section of the republicUtah republic republicUtah tfpubllcUtah
Utah Fares Well WellUtah WelTtah WellUtah
Utah fared exceptionally well In the thnrecent thlrecent therecent
recent tariff legislation perhaps better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than any other state in tIe Union Itah Itahhas 1tahhas trtahhas
has three thr principal Industries woolgrow woolgrowing ¬
ing lead mining and the jnanufacture of ofsugar ofsugar ofsugar
sugar Each one of these Industries is well wellprotected wenprotected wellprotected
protected in the tariff bftl The Dingley Dlngleyrates Dingleyrates Dingleyrates
rates on wool and lead are reenacted and andthe andthe andthe
the rate on sugar sug r Is reduced only 5 cents centsfrom centsfrom centsfrom
from 195 to 180 180The 180 180The 190UThe
The only on I place in the bill where Utah UtahIK
Is injured is in making hides duty free freeand ff ffand freeand
and the effect of this Is minimized by bythe bythl bythe
the passing of a concurrent resolution resolutionwhich resolutionwhlh resolutionwhich
which does not permit the manufacturers manufacturersof
of leather goods to profit at the expense expenseof
of the cattle raisers raisersAs
As the bill was originally passed It Itprovided ttproided itprovided
provided that all l shoe shoesthe and It leather I ther t a goods goodsmanufactured goodmanutacturfd goodsmanufactured
manufactured manufacturedshall alfrom alfroml from the theand hides hld s of cattle cattleshall cattleshall
shall be admitted duty free Thin was waswhat waawhat waswhat
what we termed the Joker in the tariff tariffbill tariffbill tariffbill
bill The hides of cattle are defined as ashides ashldt ashides
hides > s weighing twentyfive pounds or ormore ormorf ormore
more Such hides are used only in the themanufacture themanufature themanufacture
manufacture of soles and heavy harness harnessUnder barneeUnder harnessUnder
Under this clause the duty would remain remainin
in force on all shoes and practically all allother allother allother
other leather goods goodsWe goodsWe goodsWe
We discovered the joker after the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff bill had been passed and I drew drewa
a concurrent resolution instructing the theengrossing theengr05mna theengrossing
engrossing clerk to correct this clause clausein
in the bill The resolution re oIudon which was waspassed wallIJIUIIjed waspassed
passed by both house h provided provided that all all allnoes allshoea
shoes noes and other leather goods g gthe mad of ofthe oftbe
the hides hld > s of cattle of whatsoever weight weightor
or age be admitted duty free The resolution reso resolution retolution ¬
lution also al o made the clause apply to all allharness allharn4S8 allharness
harness whether or not It was made madeof madeofleather of ofleather ofleather
leather The result was that the jokerwas Jok joker Jokrwas r rwas
was eliminated eliminatedDuty eltmlnatedDuty eliminatedDuty
Duty on Zinc Ore OreA
A feature of the tariff bill that is of ofimportance ofImportance ofimportance
importance to Utah and the west is i the theplacing therlaeln5 thelacing
placing of a duty on sine ore Hnc tne min mining minng mmHg ¬
ing rlaeln5 ng is one of the coming Industrie of ofthe flfthe ofthe
the west and its development depends dependsupon dfppn dependsupon < l lupon
upon the degree to which it is protected protectednow
now The new tariff bill places a dut dutof dutof dutyof
of from onefourth of a cent to one cent centa
a pound on inc incort ore The lower duty i ion is
on low grade ore which it is imprac impracticable imllratlcabl impracticable ¬
ticable to import so that as a matter matterof
of fact the duty is on one cent a pound pondThis poundThis poundThis
This makes it feasible to mine zinc without with without without ¬
out having to compete with the cheaply cheaplyproduced cheaplyproduced heapl heaplproduced
produced zinc ore of other countries countriesThere countriesThert countriesthere
There seems 1118 to be > somewhat of a mis misunderstanding tni tniunderstanding misunderstanding ¬
understanding as to the effect of the new newtariff npwtariff newtariff
tariff law The new law is a substan substantial ub tan tantial ¬
tial revision downward of the tariff on onall onall onall
all of the necessities neee ltle There is a prac practical practical practical ¬
tical reduction of the duties on steel and andon andon andon
on other important and necessary com commodities commodities commodities ¬
modities We t Increased the tariff onchampagnes on onchampagnes 011champagnes
champagnes and other luxuries There is isan Isan isan
an increase e in the tariff on some of the thecotton th thcotton thecotton
cotton products because of a new process processthat prCpHthat processthat
that makes a class of cotton goods almost almostas
as fine as silk This class of fabric we weplaced wppl weplaced
placed pl with the luxuries luxuriesThe luxl1r1eaThe lux pries priesThe
The pledge of tHe the Republican R party partymade partmade partymade
made in Its national platform ban been beenadmirably b beenadmirably n
admirably fulfilled in this tariff bill The Thepledge Thppledge Thepledge
pledge was for a revision vsi n of the tariff tariffnot tarifLnot tariffnot
not necessarily nf rlly a revision on downward The TheDemocratic ThpDemocratic TheDemocratic
Democratic party p rty pledged itself to revisethe revise revisethe revlethf
the tariff downward but the Republican Republicanparty Republkanparh Republicanparty
party did not The rule by which the thvtariff t thetariff h htarl
tariff tarl f was to be > revised and the rule by bywhich b bhieh bywhich
which It was revised is found in the th tariff tariffplank tariffplank tariffplank
plank of the Republican national plat platform platform platform ¬
form That rule provided that the tariff tariffwas tariffwas tariffwas
was to be revised with a view to equalizing equaliz equalizing equalizIng ¬
ing the cost of production at home And Andabroad andabroad nd ndabroad
abroad That is the cardinal Republican Republicanprinciple Republicanprinciple Republicanprinciple
principle of protection protectionDownward protectionDownward protectionDownward
Downward Revision RevisionWhen RevisionWhen RevisionWhen
When we went w nt to work framing this thistariff thiltariff thistariff
tariff bill we had not in view the down downward downward downward ¬
ward revision of the tariff so o much mu < < h as asthe aathe asthe
the equalization of the cost of produc production IJrodutlon production ¬
tion to protect American Industries It Itso Itso Itso
so developed that there was a material materialrlownward materialdownward j
downward revision of the tariff In ap arplying applying I Iplying
plying the rule laid down by the plat platform platform
form we found it necessary to reduce reducesome reduCeome reducesome II
some schedules to retain some > at the th Ipresent I Ipresent I Ipresnt
present rates and to increase others In
many instances we increased the duty dutyon dllt dutyon I
on luxuries because e it is I an axiomatic axiomaticfact r
fact that the person who can afford I
luxuries > s ran fa afford to pay a duty on onthem onthem I
them themThe thfmThc themThe
The task of framing a good tariff lull billIs lullIs I
Is a very complex one I believe it was I
Tom Reed R who said that a perfect tariff tariffbill tariffbill tariffbill
bill existed only in the mind of one man manand I IHnd
and that there were as many man perfect perfecttariff I Itariff Itariff
tariff Mils as a there were senators and andrepresentatives a arepresentatives andrepresentatives
representatives in congress That I be believe 1 beiteve > < ¬
lieve is largely true Each senator senatol and andeach andeah andeach
each representative repre entative is eager to protect the thvinterests th thint theinterests
interests int re tll of his own section tion of the coun count country
t try tr > but it Is very necessary to mak makcompromises makcompromlSftO makecompromises <
compromises for otherwise we would wouihave
have ha V no tariff legislation legislationIn It > gl lation lationIn
In lt Ftah h we are eager to have the thetariff Ihttariff thetariff
tariff retained on lead In Washington Washingtonthey
they art just as eager cer to have the tariff tariffretained tariffIEtainecl tariffretained
retained on lumber In Utah we want wantfree Wantfree wantfree
free lumber that the mtnenmay miners may get getcheaper getcheaper getcheaper
cheaper timbering for their mines mln Yet Yetit
it would appear inconsistent Ineon tstet in me In to toafek towk toask
ask the senators from Washington Wa hhlllton 10 vote
to retain the th tariff on n lead and at the thesame tit titsame thesame
same time tell them that I must vote
for free > lumber It is necessary that
those < who reap the benefits nett of tariff
legislation also bear its burdens burdensBUI burdensBill burdensBill
Bill as Passed PassedThe PassedThe
The tariff bill as finally passed hal hajthe haltbf hadthe
the approval of ninetenths of the Re Republican R Rpublican Republican ¬
publican members of the hoWl < of nine nincfnthx nlntocnthtc ninetenths
tenths of the Republican members of the thesenate thesenate I
senate and of the > sldenL
president pn It Is e esmtialU N Nf eNsentialh
smtialU f a Republican Rep h1ican measure > Th only onlyopposition onlyopposition Onlyopposition
opposition to tl it from the th Republican side sidewas sidwall sidewas
was from a group of senators and repre tepresentativea representatives repnolpntatlvP8 ¬
sentatives from the th mlddl > > west Iho Iho1tmandp1 ho hodemanded
demanded a > > more radical downward re reMgion tPilinn revision
vision These insurgents were strong strongahl strongahh strongahic
ahl urn but thf they worked against agl noit a atneisure Itmeaurp ameasure
measure that hart the th sanction san < tlon of the thoKrat th thgrat thegrit
grit iiMji majnritV > iit i of > r the party and as a anit asalt
salt nit they t fulwri fI ts i instilments lllllr enbi always alwaysIlliJt
mast I1I1 I lo do III sip I I i I ISr I rr rr3Frrtu p
3Frrtu 3 Sr < = ntn i I uid raid nH d that wfien he heleft h hItft heleft
left Washington he was iliformpd that thatwork thatwork thatwork
work on the t 11 17 17000 W addition to the 1 ho fe fed federal < l lril 1ral
eral < ril hulldiiiQ in Salt Lake nonH hlui h tiiu hUdl
iu Udl = hd d il1 < s itipidu a as i < tIl orders < rd rs
for A sui survp survey ve > to fix the th elevations and andthe andtlU andthe
the i urb lines li e have lIa been lfen ordered ord red and andthe andOlf andthe
the detailed plans of the th new addion addionarc addi on onarc onare
arc being made madNO madeo
WHEN INEY f j1 IS ISHipping ALONG AONGRipping I IRipping
Ripping off her whtle underskirt underskirtwhich underlklrtwhich underskirtwhich
which she soaked In water In a ditch ditchto
to smother out a fire in an automobile automobilea
a young woman who gave her name a aHiney aHiney as asHhney >
Hiney saved the machine of J L LReeves I IReeve LReeves
Reeves from being burned Wednesday Wednesdaynight WednesdaynichL Wednesdaynight
night nightThe nichLThe nightThe
The young woman and Reeves hud hudbeen ha hailbeen I Ibeen
been for a ride The gasoline pun puncarrying pu porncarrying III > I Icarrying >
carrying the gasoline p ollne from the tf > rtn rtntank n rertank I Itank
tank to the small tank Inthe In the front t < i ithe r rthe fthe
the car from where > it is carried to tl tlcar thc thccarborater thecarborater
car carborater bora ter failed to work and Reeve KPPMkept Rppwkept Reevekept
kept his machine running by filling th thsmall thsmall Unsmall <
small reservoir re ervolr In front from a cm cmDuring C canDuring < t n nDuring
During the filling some of the jrisnii jrisniihad gasnlinhad aRnlin aRnlinhad
had been spilled upon the bottom bottomthe of ofthe > 1 1tht
the car While lighting li < < hting a cigar tt ttp tN tNmatch t tmatch thmatch
match was dropped into the bottom boiointhe r rthe
the car and in a few seconds it was as ir irnames ereflames n nftamK >
names flamesThe namesHie ftamKThe
The car < I was stopped and Reeves Ree > 1 r rn rnto < n nto nto
to a telephone to call the fire ippcirtment ippcirt lpIMrlment eparriment
ment While be was going for b Ilp lp t tyoung ti tiyoung tiyoung
young woman jumped from the thepulled tli tlipulled PI PIpulled < < >
pulled off her underskirt which tie H n t tin tIn tin
in the ditch and by the time Re Rereturned Rtreturned e ereturned
returned the tire was out outThe tJuLThf outThe
The entire equipment of the fin firfpartment d dpartment dpartment < >
partment arrived a few minute 1 later btrbut laterbut it r rbut
but their services were not iiepfl needed < > 1
Figures talk but they cannot tell the whole story storyyou you must sep seewhat SCPwhat sepwhat
what they represent in quality and style to fully appreciate the fol following following following
lowing values valuesSpecials valuesSpecials valuesSpecials >
Specials for Today in the Cloak Dept
SUITS 155 1553i 9
37 Shirtwaist Suits of heavy 1If8 linen llnonwhite lInonwhltp linenwhite
white only trimmed with pipings of light lightblue lighthlne lighthlne
hlne and finished with large pearl but buttons butnl buttons ¬
tons nl < Worth 3 3a < W Today theyll I I I CR CRgo
S S55 t 55
go at t dliOO dliOOS150
958 958A
A very n ry limited IImltfdquanti quantity quanta t ty of elegant house housew IIOUMwrappfrfi housewrappers
w rappers of good quality luality percale navy navyblack navylack navyblack
black and gray gra with wi h white hlte figures worth worthfulh worthfuliy orth orthII
fulh II 150 today theyll I go
350 350Couch 350Couch 350Couch
Couch Covers Coversat
at 189 Each EachICxIrti Eachrll6Cr EachIuxra
ICxIrti M Sixes heavy lIcn Hag I1aJdlul Hagdud IlnKilHi
dud Conch Govern GovernOf jOerHOf
Of a strong and double doublefa doublefaed doublefaced
fa faced < ed tapestry tapestrYflnillhtd tapestrYflnillhtdwith finished finishedwith finishedwith
with a heavy beav tassel tasselfringe taNelfringe tasselfringe
fringe on all sides a arich ari11 arich
rich design in colorcombinations color colorcombinations colorcombinations
combinations so blended blendedin
in the stripes that they theywill theywill theywill
will he suitable for any anyroom anyroom anyroom
room and harmonize harmonizewith
with the surrounding surroundingcolor surroundingcolor
color 60 inches wide wideami wideanl wideand
and three yard > arils long longvalue longvahll longvalue
value f 50 Special Sl cllfl at atL89 aft ateach
L89 each each0E
0E O E TO 1 ClSTOMrR t STonRMo
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Specials Specialsfor
for forToday forToday forToday
Today Today35c Today35c Today35c
35c 35cCotton 35cCotton 35cCotton
Cotton Batts Battsat
at 28c 28cFive 28cFive 28cFive
Five cases of our Gent GentCotton GemCoUOK GeeCotten
Cotton DRUM the thefinest theflneHt thefinest
finest made snow snowwhite snowwhltf snowwhite
white very fluffy fluffyextra fluffyextra fluffyextra
extra large rolls a aleader aleader aleader
leader at 35e Spa Special Spainl ¬
cial 11 at
28c aC28c 28ceach
each eaci
A 0 0t
1000 1000Mens 11000Mens 1000Mens
Mens Shirts ShirtsBought ShirtsBouht ShirtsBought
Bought at a tremendous tremendoussacrifice tremendouolorifice tremendoussacrifice
sacrifice shirts worth worthup
up to llSO 158 golf ol an and aninelllI andnegligee 1 1negligee
nelllI negligee styles in greatvariety great greatvariety grlatyarlety
variety we offer tl nP nPfntlre theentire r rentire >
entire lot TODAY at atless atless atlees
less than factory cost cnttIltty rngttlKY costiiuy
Iltty today t8d8 for future futureuse futurtIllll
use Your choice of u tlu tluentire tlwentire tltcentire
entire lot at at49c a at49c t t49c
Pratfs PratfsSoda PrattsSoda raS raSSoda
Soda Fountain FountainCTBOCATED
CTBOCATED OCATED in the beautiful beutlfuI beautlfU1Boston beautifulBoston
I L El Boston building
iLSl We have an entrance entra from fromKxchange fromExchange fromExchange
Exchange place and one from the
Iti IILhy by of the building buildingWe
We serve Ice Cream Sherbets Sherbetsbodi Sberbetsoda SherbetsSoda
Soda oda Water Hot Drinks and andLight andLight andLight
Light Lunches LunchesAutomobile LuncbesAutomobile LunchesAutomobile
Automobile parties served lYed at atti att attiie
ti t tiie e entrance entranceWe entranceWe entranceWe
We sell Candies and Cigars CigarsA ars arsA
A select variety Yarlet of beautifulut beautiful
Clit ut Flowers may be had at our ourplace ourIjl ourplace
place Ijl Ce of business businessWhen bullln bulllnWhen businessWhen
When in this tbl vicinity viclnl y visit this thisautiful
1 autiful ° parlor Well endeavor en < eavor
to please plea e you youPRA youPRA
13 Exchange Place FlaeeI Plat
< f
Mulletts Clothing Store StoreALL
I I IOur
Our Half Price Sale Is Isa Isa
a Hummer HummerIn
In our mens 5 and youths clothing clothingdepartment clothingdepartmentyour clothingdepartmentyour
department departmentyour your choice at half halfprice halfpr halfprice
price pr ce The selection is still very good goodOur goodOur goodOur
Our shoe department departnlentyour your choice choiceof
of Hanans shoes at 475 350 350and 350nd400 350a
and a nd400 nd 400 shoes at 275 2 75 Hurleys Hurleysshoes Hurleysshoe Hurrysshoes
shoes at 350 350la 350Dont 350Dont
> Dont Miss This us el elFred Big la W Wus Sale SaleI SaleCompany
I J JGeorge
George Mullett Company CompanyFred
Fred A Slade President 4145 West Second South

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