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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1909 3
1 I NEWS OF UT UTAH All AND ADJOINING STATES I
I f Ogden News NewsOffice410
o Office410 Twentyfifth t tCirculation street streetCrcuIat1on
Circulation Department 300 Twenty Twentyfirth Twentyfifth
firth Street StreetOgden StreetVISITS
Ogden Friday Sept 3 3VISITS
VISITS BELGIUMGUNFACTORIES BELGIUM BELGIUMGUN
GUN GUNFACTORIES GUNFACTORIESJohn FACTORIES FACTORIESJohn
John M Browning Tells How Howfhey Howhey
hey Manufacture Fire Firearms Firearms
arms Abroad AbroadSpecial AbroadSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 2After After Ii three months monthstrip monthstrip
trip to Belgium and to the eastern clti cltiof cities citiesof
of the United States John zL Browning Browningof
of the Browning Brothers company of oftlJis oftids
tlJis city Nul returned homeHia home Hi trip to toIdgum toBIgIum
Idgum wall In the interest of the manu manulteture manuL
lteture L of firearms of h lila i designing MrLiowning Mr MrBlownlng
Blownlng Is known the world over all allan asali
an inventor of firearms that are being beingUSfd beingused
used everywhere everyhereMr
Mr Browning states that he has had hada
a very pleasant trip and In a business businesaway
way it has been successfuL The com comnit
nit 1 rcial condition of the European coun countries countries
tries say llr Browning is not alto altogether altogtther
gether satisfactory A financial depres depression depresLifl
sion Lifl Prevails there which bas a tendency tendencyto
to lurtail business enterprises The fac factvr factory
tvr tory at Liege has just finished the mak making mak1rg
ing of his new automatic shotgun which whichis
is of if a smaller gauge than others and andit
it is being placed upon the market
1 have other Inventions in mind and andam andam
am working on them daily but I do not notcare notcare
care to sa ssy anything about them The Thempany ThetInpany
mpany making most of our guns is the theFalorique theFaIrique
Falorique Nationale d Armes Je Guerre 01 01IIge ofIlege
IIge Belgium It is a large manufac manufacturing manufacturing
turing concern and makes daily about aboutof
c of the Browning pistols and averages averagesfNIJ
fNIJ a year e l We e have nothing to do dovith dovit1t
vith the making of th the gum nor with witht1k withtlui
t1k s selling lling of th them We e get Ii royalty royaItr royaltyon
r on n all the gun of our Invention that are aresll1 areThere
sll1 There are United States compa companits compafljts
nits also that make the Browning guns gunllmdl gunsWinhester
Winhester mdl 8ter Remington Colts and Steph StephHI
HI cns all manufacture our firearms firearmsThls firearmsThis
This factory at Liege employs 3 3r 3iO 3iOople
r ople It of the work Is done by byrOl1l1n byoflwn
rOl1l1n and girls They lvtndle ndle the ma mahmry maliitiry
hmry do the milling and drilling and andmany andflt1y
many other things calling for rather ratherha ratherheavy
ha heavy work They roll tIt their s sbeves sbevesand ves vesand
and go at It like men These women and andgirls andgrls
girls are paid from 60 to W cents a day dayfo dayfor
fo for their work workMISSIVfS workMISSIVES
MISSIVES TORN TORNINTO TORNINTO
INTO FRAGMENTS FRAGMENTSBoy
j Boy at Hermitage Admits He HeMutilated HeMutilated
Mutilated the Guests GuestsMail GuestsMail
Mail MailSpecial MailSpecial
Special to The Heraldrlepubllcan HeraldrlepubllcanOgden
Ogden Sept Fol1owlng the disap disapparance disapr1ranc
parance of several letters belonging to toJ toJ
J M 1 Langsdorff a guest at the hermit hermitage
at hotel yesterday afterioon an Inves InvestlatIon Investation
tlatIon was started hy ySheriff Sheriff B B BWilson BVison
Wilson re resulting ultlng In the millllinlr map mat mattr matr
tr + r being Ing feundht found ia an ehacuPe part JMLrtPt JMLrtPttLE of oftLe
tLE hotel torn into small pieces and tie fJ1ec tiecinfesslon
c nfesslon of Iltyearold boy employed at attil attil
til > hotel who admitted after being thor thorough thorotgh1y
ough sweated that he had stolen the theIHtlrs thelEtUrs
IHtlrs and after finding DO valuables in int11tm inthtin
t11tm attempted to destroy all evidence e1denceof
of his crime crimeThe crimeThe
The letters were left at the hotel th thafttrnoon thafternoon
afternoon before by a relative of Mr MrLangsdortf r rLa1gsdorff
La1gsdorff When hen he called for his mail mailyesterday mailesterday
yesterday the theft was dlll dIsiveiefl vere Sher Sheriff Sheriff
iff Wilson started an investigation The Thefat Thef
fat f t gathered by the officer caused BWI BWIIieiun suspiciJn
Iieiun to be directed toward the young YOURKstr younget
str strft et r
ft The rThe small pieces of the lettelll were roe yeevered
1 Yred an3 pasted together making it itpossible Itpossible
possible for the owner to read the con contnts contifltS
tnts The boy wa allowed to leave the thedty thecIty
cIty after making many promises to re reform reform
form Mr r Langsdorff ball been at the thehntel theltel
hntel for several days He arrived In Inogdn inOgden
Ogden about a week ago from Salmon SarrnonClry SalmonCity
City Ida where he has been engaged engagedill
ill the banking business bUineS5PARLEY businessPARLEY
PARLEY MOYES MOYESFOR FOR OFFICE OFFICEReported OFFICEReported
Reported He Will Be Republican RepublicanCandidate RepublicanCandidate
Candidate for City Treasurer TreasurerSpecial TreasurerSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOglin
Ogden SfpL IIt has been announced announcedby
by the friends of Parley Moyes pa1ng pa1ngtdJer palngtIler
tdJer at the First National bank that thath
h will seek the nomination for city citytrasurer citytrasurer
trasurer at the Republican convention conventionMr
Mr Moyes is a son of A H Moyes oyes dhl dhltrilt distr
trilt tr t game warden who by the arrest arrcstIf arrestnembers
If 11emben of the Grow family in Hunts Huntsikfnr Huntslie
ikfnr lie for vi > latiODlil of the game laws has hasFrred
1 Frred rred up a factional f fight ht in the lIt lItt utti
t ti town which may result in the dill dillof diapal
pal of Deputy Game Warden arden John M Mow 1 1l
IIW IIWJ owJ
l
J S Carv Carvft r a well known retail retailrwrdmnt retailnitriliant
rwrdmnt of Ogden and Dan Ellis ap apalotrator 1 1ahtract
ahtract r are the lat latest t candidates In Intlw int
tlw t Rpubtican party who are said to tot
t aftr the mayoralty nomination nominationOGDEN nominationOGDEN
OGDEN YOUNG WOMAN WOMANIS
IS NOW WIFE OF GREEK GREEKSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 2Angel Corales and Mol Mollit Mollk
lit Gaines the girl who was found In Inthe inthe
the Greeks room on lower TwentyfUth TwentyfUthstreet
street llUlt ast Monday night were quietly quietlymarried quietlyrnarned
married yesterday The girls mother mothercould motheruld
could not allow the girl to te testify tify tn tnourt incourt
court against the Greek but said that thatsh thatsh
sh uld consent to the marriage of the thetwo thetwo
two Th matter was placed in the hands handlof handsof
of th the > county attorney and the result was wastlj wasti
tlj marriage of the couple coupleTht coupleThe
The girl girls < proper nam > ill lloIlle Gaines GainesamI Gainesand
and not Mab Mabel > 1 Harrington as the offi officers otficers
cers gave It at the time of her arrest
BURNED MAN DIES DIESE
I
E C Blaylock Succumbs to His HisWounds HisWounds
Wounds WoundsSpecial WoundsSpeeial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanOgden
Ogden Sept tR E C Blaylock who whowas whowas
was so seriously burned last week by
thE explo explcion Jon of a gas tank succumbed succumbedto
to his wounds y yesterday terday BOOn at the Og
dn General bClllpltal Mr Ir Blaylock was wasa
a stranger In Ogden and all effort III IIIt Ist
t ng made to pt In touch with his rein relat reintvps
t tvps > s if he bas any The body is at atRicheys attieheys
Richeys undertaking establl estabIIahmnt bment and andRlcbe
9 Mr Rlcbe has sent a tele telegram m to Ida idahi
1 ho whete It 111 supposed he has a ss sshr sis sist
hr hrI t r
I OGDEN BREVITIES BREVITIESSpacial I ISpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubUcau HeraldRepubUcauOgden
Ogden S Sept pt fA H King of Cblef
Inglneer Ashtons staff HI lIP from Salt
Lake and In conference with Engineer EngineerA
A O Campbell In reference to local 1m 1mJrovementB liiiprovements
JrovementB and new work ordered by
the Harriman management managementThe
The landsll lancLslides et1 and washouts on the Rio
Grande n near r Verda have been at least leastpartially leastpartially
partially overcome during the last ten tentfour tweatyfour
tfour hours and the track tZRCkjS is now In a acnditIon
cnditlon to permit of three of the de
lan hived d trains arriving in Ogden late this thiseIrfrnoon thiselrernoon I i Ii
eIrfrnoon eIrfrnoonA
A valuable fSOO SOO race horse shipped by byJ byLi
J
i itl
tl
and consigned to J Sullivan arrived from fromSan fromSan
San Francisco yesterday es erday morning and is isawaiting Isawaiting
awaiting a claimant at the stockyards stockyardsThe
The horse Is a beauty and the tact that thathe thathe
he has not been claimed is e ejcltlng clUng some somattention someattention
attention attentionJ
J H Mccormick of the aUditing de department dopartment
partment of Maneons office Is back at athis ath18
his desk after several weeks vacation vacationspent vacationspent
spent in Iowa IoaMarriage IowaMarriage
Marriage licenses were tssued to Walter WalterZienler WalterZienler
Zienler Ogden and Loreen E Champney ChampneyOgden ChampneyOgden
Ogden and to Angel Carales Ogden anll anllMoUle anIMotile
Motile Gale Ogden OgdenThe OgdenThe
The funeral services over the remains remainsof
of Mrs Johanna Knocke were held yes yesterday 05 05terday
terday from the Rlehey funeral chapel chapelat
at 2 oclock Rev rcCreery of the Meth Methodist Methodist
odist church officiated Interment was In InCity InCity
City cemetery cemeteryGeorge cemeteryGeorge
George Sanders has tiled suit In the thediatrict thedistrict
district court for the recovery of 21991 21991which 2199which
which he claims Is due hIm from Joseph JoeepllA
A Marshall and O H Hlckenlooper Mar Marshall Marshall
shall and Hickenlooper purchased fruit fruitand fruitand
and merchandise from Sanders which whichamounted whichamounted
amounted to the above figure figureADULT figureADULT
ADULT PURCHASES PURCHASESLIQUOR PURCHASESLIQUORFOR
LIQUOR LIQUORFOR FOR BOYS BOYSEphraim BOYSEphraim
Ephraim Man Pays Fine of 25 25Campaign 25Campaign
Campaign Against Againstthe
the Practice PracticeSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublkan HeraldRepublkanManti
Manti Sept 2The Tl1e past week anum anumber a num numher
her of youngsters from thlltclt were 1 1fore be before
fore JUdge E D Sorenson of the jive jivenile ve venile
nile court charges having been preferred preferreda preferredagainst
a against all18t them of obtaining liquor from fromatlultfJ fromadults
adults who have apparently made It 1 1business a abusiness
business to purchase liquor for minors minorsDuring minorsDuring
During the exa examination nation of the boys boyswas oys I Iwas
was Itarned that the liquor quor was o obtained obtainedIn talned talnedIn
In Ephraim b by a young man of that plae plaewho plaewho
who is also a minor minorAfter minorAfter
After some reluctance the EThraim of offender offender
fender confessed that Rex Small who is isnow Isnow
now conducting a boing alley iI Epn Epnraim Epniaim
raim Durchased the liquor for the Bltt Blttraim Ephraim
raim bOy who turned It overto over to till Uantl Uantlstriplings iIantistriplings
striplings Upon learning this Judgi Sor Sorensen r renaen
enaen swore out a complaint against againstSmall againstSmall
Small before JUdge 1I H Sperry of the thtclt theCity
clt City court and the result was a fine of
2 for Small and fle 10 for the minor from fromEphraim fromEphraim
Ephraim Vlgmms efforts < are beln belnmade being beingmade
made to put a stop to this kind Of f bust bustness business
ness throughout San Sanpete te county countyHPlODlNG countyEXPLODING
EXPLODING CAPS CAPSHURT CAPSHURT
HURT MAN BADLY BADLYMiner Y YMiner
Miner at Bingham Sets His HisLamp HisLamp
Lamp Near Dangerous DangerousCaps DangerousCaps
Caps CapsSpecial CapsSpecial
Special to TQe HeraldRepubllun HeraldRepubllunBingham
Bingham SePt tN E Hileman was wasriou wasseriously
seriously riou ly Injured by an explosion on the thenrat thefirst
first level of the Ohio copper mine at atabout atabout
about 3 oclock this afternoon He wasworking was wasworking
working on contract and was cutting cuttingfUBeS cuttingfuses
fuses at the time of the accident He Hehad ifehad
had just hung up a bunch of timers on ona ona
a nail driven into a piece of lagging In In8Qffie insome
some way his candle a short distance distanceaway distanceaway
away set t off the caps and a terrible ex expipelon 1 1Rl
Rl pipelon lon followed followedThe
The mans clothing was torn by the thecape thecape
cape and hU body in font was lacer lacerated
atedterribly ated terribly He walked unAided to the themouth themouth
mouth of the tunnnet > and Dr F Straub Straubwas
was called calledVhUe celledWhile
While his sight is uninJured his face faceis i
is terribly cut and his left e eye e Is nearly nearhswollen nearlyswollen
swollen shut kits lower limbs and his hisface hisface
face are the worst Injured The doctor doctorsays doctorsays
says there Is danger of blood poleonblg
from the copper caps but otherwise he heill hewill
will ill probably recover In time timeALL timeALL
ALL IS S READY FOR FOROPENING FOROPENINGOF
OPENING OPENINGOF OF SCHOOL SCHOOLSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubl1can HeraldRepubl1canSpring
Spring Cit City Sept 2School School will open openhere openhere
here 011 Sert 13 With the following corps corpsof
of teachers James W Blair principal principalEva
Eva Allrd Ina Brough Eva KoffQrd KoffQrdI
ntt 11 rtl lRfJltte LAnl tte Christensen and andElmer andElmer
Elmer Johansen of ML Pleasant PleasantAn
An effort is being made by the trustees trusteesto
to nave th bUilding in cellent condlt condtn condtnfor Jn Jnfor
for the opening openingFIVE openingFIVE
FIVE LADS ARRESTED ARRESTEDFOR
FOR DISTURBING PEACE PEACESpecial PEACESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanProo
Provo Sept 2Wllllam Fitzgerald aged
22 Len Harrington eged 18 William WilliamPreston VilliamPretiton
Preston aged 18 Albert Lee e aged 17 17and 17and
and E Loveless axed 16 were arrestl arrestlby arrestdby
by Constable Samuel Kirk of Lincoln last lastDlSht lastnight
night on charges of disturbing the peace peacefast peacefast
fast riding and discharging firearms firearmsThey
They Will be tried before Justice Charley Charleyat
Westphal at Pleasant Grove GroveGEORGE GroveGEORGE
GEORGE BEARDALL JR JRDIES JRDIES
DIES OF HEART TROUBLE TROUBLESpecal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSprlngvillt HeraldRepublicanSpringvulle
Sprlngvillt > Sept 2George Beardall BeardallJr
Jr died at an early hour this morning
Mr Beardall has been afflicted for some sometime spinetime
time with heart trouble He leaves a awidow awidow
widow and seven children who have the
deepest sympathy of this community communityLITTLE communityLITTLE
LITTLE BOY IS DEAD DEADFROM DEADFROM
FROM KICK OF HORSE HORSESlHclal HORSESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubUcan HeraldRepubUcanRexburg IlerakiRepublicanitexburg
Rexburg Ida Sept 2 2Naveli aven Lloyd Lloydthe Lloydthe
the loyearold son of Mr and Mrs Jo JosephLloyd Joseph
sephLloyd seph Lloyd whose kull was crushed by
the kick of a hone last Friday died at atI
1 oclock tIlls morning Funeral arrange arrangementB arrangements
mentB have not yet been made madeREGULAR madeREGULAR
REGULAR MEETINGS ARRANGED ARRANGEDSpecial ARRANGEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanManti
Manti Sept 2The Sunday school schoolnolon schoolunion
union meetings for the South SanJ Sanpete > ete
by Sup ln lnteudent
tendent E D Sorenson the first meeting
being held in this city Saturday last lastwh lastwbeh
wh wbeh a large attendalce of Sabbath SabbathlSChool Sabbathschool
school workers fathered In the tabernacle
in thl this city to talk over their work for
the coming month It has been decided
to hold these meetings once each month
the day ot the regular monthly priesthOOd priesthOOdmeetings pr1esthooimeetings
meetings where all ward Sunday school schooloftlcer schoolofficers
officers together with the stake officers officerswill officerswill
will discuss their work for the coming
month thus adding greater Interest and
better enabling them tol present their theirsubjects theirsubjects
subjects before beforetheir their cl clWAGES elnases elnasesWAGES
WAGES ARE RAISED RAISEDSpecial RAISEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bingham Sept LThe The Utah Copper Coppercompany Coppercompany
company h has raised the wages of an fl
G Greek k laborers here from 175 to n25 n25JHII a aMr
JHII day beg1nnin nnin3 Sept 1 1TRAFFIC 1TRAFFIC
TRAFFIC IS DELAYED DELAYEDSpecial DELAYEDSpecial
Special to The Heraldnepubllcan HeraldnepubllcanBingham
Bingham Sept 2A rock slide on the
Denver Rio Grande at the Cuprum Cuprumyarda Cuprumyards
yards this forenoon delayed traffic on onthe
the main line se sevbral ral hours hoursSaltalrs hoursSaltairs
Saltalrs Last Week WeekBetter WeekBetter
Better go out BnU Bathing ing glorious Dane DancIng Daneing
Ing delightful Round trip 25c 25cOur 25cOur
Our carpet cleanIng Is guaranteed
Nadonal House Cleaning Co Cot CoDont
t
Dont fall to visit Wandam re this thisweek thisweek
week
UTAH BOY NOW NOWIN
IN PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESM
M C Merrill Now in Govern Government GOvenment
ment Service Formerly Formerlyat
at SpringviHe SpringviHeSpecial
Special to The HemldRepubllcan HemldRepubllcanSprlngville HeraldRepublIcanSpringville
Sprlngville S Sept pt tThe Cablenews CablenewsAmerican CablenewsAmerican
American of July 17 a leading dally of ofthe ofthe
the Philippines has the fOllowing to sa saregarding say sayregarding
regarding the career of a Utah boy once onceprinCipal onceprincipal
prinCipal of the Spdngvllle high school schoolnow schoolnow
now in the government agricultural serv servIce servIce
Ice IceM M r C Merrill superintendent of the theTrlnldd theTrinidad
Trinidad experiment station near Bagulo BaguloIs
Is In the city for the purpbse of prepar preparIng preparing
Ing his annual report to the director of ofagriculture ofagriculture
agriculture and to the secretary of tne tneinterior tnointerior
interior Mr Merrill reports very pros prosperous
I perous returns for the station which pro produced produced
duced In the season just closed many tons tonsof tonsof
of tomatoes and other vegetables and 500 500pounds 500pounds
pounds of strawberries strawberriesThe
The station provided fruit and vege vegetables vegetables
tables daily to the Pines hotel the theBaguio theBagulo
Baguio sanitarium the teachors assam assambly assembly
bly camp and all private residences At Atthe Atthe
the teachers assembly camp alone which whichwaS whichwas
waS in session six weeks there were as ashl ashigh
hl high h as 200 boarders at one time timeSince timeSince
Since the above was printed Mr Ier Mernil Ierrill
rill has been promoted to the position positionof
of general superintendent of experimental experimentalstations experimentalstations
stations stationsSOLDIER stationsSOLDIER
SOLDIER ALSO IN TROUBLE TROUBLERay
Ray Phillips Borrows BorrowsSuit Suit of Blue to toPull toPull
Pull Off Highway Robbery RobberySpecial RobberySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 2Ra 2Ray Phillips was ar arrahmtd arraImid
rahmtd before A A Neon today on n ncharge aehsrge
charge of highway robbery to which h hwldved he hewaived
waived preliminary hearing and was held heldto
to the district court under 2000 OOO bonds He Hewas liewas
was advI advised b by the county attorney Ja Jacob Jacob
cob Evans to enter a pl pla a of Ullty and nnliIhen andthen
then be bound over to the district co coftrt coftrtThis rt rtThis
This Phillips did and as he could not get getthe getthe
the ball he vas rt manded to the custody custodyof
of the sheriff Ray stated today that loe loewould hewould
would pl plead ad Kflllty and hared to b be 1 per permitted > 1 1mltted
mltted to throw hlms himself lf on the mercy of ofth ofthe
th the court at An early date dateLieutenant dateLieutenant
Lieutenant S Sams1 lm 1 of the Fifteenth in infantry infantry
fantry was in the clt city today investigating investigatingthe
the case IUI It aff affets ts the war depart department department
ment The own ownr I of the soldier clothes clothesPhillips clothesPhillips
Phillips was wearing when the trick was WRSturned wasturned
turned was fou GunI l and It t seems that the thesuit thesuit
suit was loaned to o young Phillips by F FM
M 1 SalJdlin of cm comiany ny B who explained explainedthat d dthat
that lie h3d be been < n drinking with young youngPhillips oun ounlhll1lps
Phillips and let him have < th suit just justfor justfor
for fun He further said that he was wassurprised wassurprised
surprised when the clothes w vqre re not re returllul returned
turned Sandll1 will be handled by the theofficers theofficers
officers of his regiment regimentMANY regImentMANY
MANY LICENSES GRANTED GRANTEDThirteen I IThirteen
Thirteen Permits to Wed Are Issued IssuedDuring IssuedDuring
During Week WeekS WeekSpehal
S Spehal lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanManU
ManU Sept llarriage licenses were werels wereIssued
ls Issued ued to the following by County Clerk ClerkEliason ClerkEliason
Eliason during the week weekJames weekJames
James C Anderson of Rexburg Ida Idaand Idaand
and Miss Andrea Johansen of Mt It Pleas PleasAnt Pleasant
Ant George C Sorensen and Mina Has HasI Hasler
I ler r of Mt Pleasant W Y V Larsen aDd aDdStephne adStephney
Stephne W V McAllister both of Manti MantiOscar MantiOscar
Oscar H Brlenholt of Ephraim and Jen Jensine Jensine
sine M 1 Nielsen of Manti John J Chris Christiansen ChrisHansen
Hansen of Mayfield and Mary C Jorgen Jorgensen
sen of Emery Mauritz C Petersen of Mt MtPleasant MtPleasant
Pleasant and Miss Matilda Lund of the thesame thesame
same place Charles Petersen and Marie MarieWhitlock MarieWhitloek
Whitlock both of Sterling Alfred L LBroderick LBroderlck
Broderick of Emery and Virgie Searle Searleof
of Burtner Villard Braithwaite and Te Tebeltha Tebeitha
beltha Davis both of Spanish Fork Ab Abner Abner
ner J Arsonaftd Aa4rson and C8I1A Clo C Mosley ey both bothof to toof
of lIoroR1 John Ellis Barton and Zina ZinaHansen ZinaHansen
Hansen both of Mantl Dr Oliver R Dib Dibble Dibble
ble of Salt Lake and Miss Winifred C CCandland CCandland
Candland of Mt Pleasant William Carl Carlson Carlson
son and Orinna EWing both of ManU ManUCOMMISSIONERS MantiCOMMISSIONERS
COMMISSIONERS MEET MEETApplication MEETApplicaticin
Application Is Made for Superintend Superintendency
ency of the Poor Farm FarmSpecial FarmSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Sept 2The The Cache count com commlMioners cornmissioners
missioners were in session ye yesterday terda Ole OleLarsen OleLarsen
Larsen made application for the position positionof
of superintendent of the county poor poorfarm poorfarm
farm The board with Mr Larsen will willgo willgo
go over the farm tOmorrow on an Insec Insection 1nseection
tion tour before action Is taken takenIt
It was as ordered that all road bills be beapproved beapproved
approved by the road commissIoner before beforethey beforethey
they are paid paidThe I
The Hock Rocky luntait Ben Telephone Tclpphonecompany Telephonecompany
company entered an objection to the fran franchise franchise
chise for transmitting electricity from Lo Logan Logan
gan to WellsvtUe alongside the telephone telephonetoll
toll line unless the distance between the theJines thelines
lines be at least fift fifty feet Mr Ir P Paters Patersengineer ters tersen
en engineer nter for the Deli company gave a atalk l ltalk
talk before the board rd as to the damage damagethat
that followed the building of these lines linesside linesside
side by side The boar d will go over the therOad theroad
rOad to ascertain If the objection can be besustained besustained
sustained sustainedTHREE sustainedTHREE
THREE COUPLES WED WEDPretty WEDPretty
Pretty Dancing Party to Be Given at atMt atMt
Mt Pleasant PleasantSpecial PleasantSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan1 HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt PIea Pleawsnt nt Sbpt pt 2Three Three wedding welIdlngof
of couples from this city took place yes yt8terday yesterday
terday at the ManU temple The happy happDes happyones
Des were 1IIna Hsler and George C
Sortn Sorensen en llathilda Lund and Mauritz MauritzPeterson MauritzPeterson
Peterson Andrea Johansen and James JamesAnderson JamesAnderson
Anderson these three couples will give givea < ive ivea
a wedding dancing party tomorrow cui cuiing evcziing
ing Mr and Mrs George C Sorensen SorellilefIand
and Mr and Mrs Mauritz Peterson will willm willmake
m make ke their homes In this city Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs James Anderson will make their thelhome theirhome
home In Rexburg Ida IdaGREEKS IdaGREEKS
GREEKS ARE INJURED IN INA INA
A BINGHAM BINGHAMSTREET STREET RIOT RIOTSpecial RIOTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican1ngbam HeraldRepublicanBiugham
1ngbam Sept 2About twent twenty Greeks Greeksbecame Greeksbecame
became Involved In a dispute In front il ilthe f fthe
the Athens saloon tonight regarding the thetime thetime
time their foreman had turned In Argu Arguments Arguments
ments won led to a freeforall fI fight ht aud audstones 9111stones
stones and sticks were whirling through throughthe
the all whn the apIearance of the offi officers officers
cers dispersed the mob James Penat PenatosSustAined > 8 8sustained
sustained a broken arm antI others Wr3 wer3Injured Wr3injured
injured 4rres Arress s will be bemade madE today todayTO todayTO
TO PREVENT DAMAGE DAMAGESpecial DAMAGESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Sept 2The cU city road super superuser
user 1 or 18 repairing and enlarging the flume flumefor flumefor
for Bingham creek so that the water will willhave willhave
have tree and unobstructed passage passagethrough passagethrough
through town This is to prevent fur furtMr furthor
thor damage by overflow from floods and andcloudbursts andcloudbursts
cloudbursts cloudburstsNINETY cloudburstsNINETY
NINETY DAYS SENTENCE SENTENCESpecial SENTENCESpecial
Special to The HeraIdRepublican HeraIdRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 2Brant Thomas ute uteyoung tileyoung
young man who was charged with forg forger forgery
er ery and afterwards had the charge re
duced to obtaining mOnE under false pre pretenle8 protenses
tenses to which Ie e pleaded gullly has
been sentenced to ninety days In the thecounty thecounty
county county jail jailMUCH jailMUCH
MUCH ORE IS SHIPPED SHIPPEDSpecial SHIPPEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Sept 2The The Denver Rio
Grande during August shipped MOO cars carsor carsor
or 300000 tons Qf ore from the Utah Cop Copper Copper
per and Boston Con Consqlldated lIdated mines to the thesmelter thesmelter
smelter at Garfield This Is an average averageof
of 200 cars per day dayMeals dayMeats
W
Meals at the Ship Rest Restaurant RestaurantSaltair urant urantSaltalr
Saltalr Nothing finer Ask for any
thing City prIces prIcesLadles pricesI
I I ILadies
Ladles and childrens free day at atWandamere atTandamere
Wandamere FrIday FrIdayAll
0 0All
All tourIsts eat at Kniefels Cafeteria
117 South Maio
RAINS ARE AREBENEFICIAL AREBENEFICIALFarmers BENEFICIAL BENEFICIALFarmers
Farmers About Willard RejoiceWIII RejoiceWIIIHelp
Help Beet Crop Particularly ParticularlySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanWillard
Willard Sept 2During Durlng the last three threedaya threedays
days Willard has been visited by an Ex cxceptionally
ceptlonally heavy rainstorm Rain fell al almost almost
most continually from Monday evening EvEnlngurtI1 eveninguntil
until Wednesday night The storm crane craneat
at a very opportune time and has thor thoroughly thoroughly
oughly saturated the ground with water wattrThe waterThe
The ground was getting extra dry and andthe andthe
the late crops were beginning to suffer sufferbut sufferbut
but this storm will keep the ground in ina ina
a moist condition until winter It will willbP willbe
bP of untold advantage to farmers and andfruit andfruit
fruit growers growersThe growersThe
The sugar beet acreage Is conslde consideijb1y consideijb1yincreased bly blyincreased
increased this year over last years a crop cropand cropand
and the output will undoubtedly be fully fullytp fullyup
tp to the standard of the best of other otheryears otheryears
years The present rainstorm will be ot otimmeasurabJe ofimmeasurabje
immeasurabJe benefit to the beet crop as asthe asthe
the beets will be thoroughly filled and andthere andthere
there will he no complaint at all of a ashrunken ashrunken
shrunken crop William llIam Lowe the field fieldsupervisor fieldsupervisor
supervisor for this locality predicts a amuch amuch
much larger yield than in previous years yearsOLD yearsOLD
OLD RESIDENT IS DEAD DEADJoseph DEADJoseph
Joseph Bywater of Brigham Passes PassesAway PassesAway
Away From General Debility DebilitySpecial DebilitySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeraldRepublIcanBrigham
Brigham City Sept Another of Brig
hams old and highly respected citizens citizensJoseph citizensJoseph
Joseph Bywater has passed to the be beyond beyond
yond Death came yesterday morn morning morning
ing and the cause was gener general l de deblllty deblllty
blllty Mr Bywater had been sick since sinceMay sinceMay
May 13 13He 13He
He was born In Holdbeck Yorkshire YorkshireEngland YorkshireEngland
England Aug ug 23 1825 being qyer 81 years yearsold yearsold
old at the time of his death He came cameto cameto
to America in the year ear 1818 and in the theyear theyear
year 1855 came to Utah settling In this thiscity thiscity
city He was the father of seventeen seventeenchildJen seventeenchildzen
childJen a number of whom have pre preceded preceded
ceded him to the grave graveArrangeIllints graveArrangements
Arrangements for the funeral have not notbeen notbeen
been completed but It islikely Is likely that Serv Services serv services
ices will be held FrIday In the taber tabernBcle tabernacle
nBcle nBcleHE nacleHE
HE LEAVES A YOUNG WIFE WIFECharles WIFECharles
Charles M Jensen Dies of Typhoid TyphoidFever TyphoidFever
Fever After Short Illness IllnessSpecial IllnessSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanBrigham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City Sept 2A A sad death oc occurred cccurred
curred here yesterday morning at 215 215oclock 215ocloek
oclock when Chades 11 Jensen passed passedaway passedaway
away He had been m with typhoid fe fever fever
ver for more than ten das and had suf suffered suffered
fered IntensE intens1y He was a young man manot manof
ot 21 years having been born on Oct 5 5188i 5ISST
188i On June 9 of thIs year ear he was mar married marned
ned to Miss Zina Johnson daughter of of1Irs ofMrs
Mrs Mary Johnson JohnsonDeceased JohnsonDeceased
Deceased was the son of Brigham Jen Jenren Jensen
ren of this city and the fifth member of ofthat ofthat
that family to die of typhoid fever In Inthe Inthe
the course of a few years Funeral serv servIces servIces
Ices will be held Frida Friday In the First Firstward Firstward
ward meeting house Interment wIt be bein beIn
in City cemetery cemeterCHANGES cemeteryCHANGES
CHANGES ARE MADE IN INMANAGEM INMANAGEMENTOF
MANAGEM MANAGEMENTOF ENT OF STORES STORESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Sept zThe Consolidated ConsolidatedVagon ConsolidatedWagon
Wagon Machne com company pan and the Stu Studebaker
debaker Wagon Machine company have havechanged
changed t the e managements of the local 10ca1branches localbranches
branches of the companies companiesO
F O B Con former manager of the Con Consolidated Consolidated
solidated company was succeeded by Jus Justus Justus
tus B Seely who is nc now > w In charge of ofthe ofthe
the bus busIness mess Mr Coe left for the east easta
a da day or two ago agoLaurltz agoLauritz
Laurltz 1aI3 Larsen n local mlnaer for till tillStudebaker theStudebaker
Studebaker company is waiting to oe ceecked
ecked out as he says sas It Is under understood
stood that he will be hnd that the Rich Richfield Richfield
field manager will look after the com companys cornpanys
panys interests here hereFIRE hereFIRE
FIRE IN FAIR STORE STOREMANY STOREMANY
MANY GOODS DAMAGED DAMAGEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrighsJr
BrighsJr Clt City Sept 2Yesterday 2Yesterdayworning Yesterda Yesterdaworning
worning at 3 ocloc fire was discovered discoveredIn
In the Fair store which Is located In Inthe inthe
the W B Jen Jensen en bqllfJing on South Main Mainstreet r1nstreet
street l1te origin or the fire cannot be bediscovered bediscovered
discovered It started in the rear of the
building and there being no ventilation ventilationwhatever ventilationwhatever
whatever a great deal of smoke accumu
lated In the store The fire department departmentsoon
soon put out the fire but most of the thegoods thegoods
goods were damaged by smoke smokeThe smokeThe
The store recently changed hands N
lr haven of New York selling out to
D H Dannacher or Chicago who It Is Issaid issaid
said paid 1iOOO for the stock of goods goodsand goodsand
and business Mr II Dannacher so It Is re reperted reperted
perted carried insurance on the gOOds
In the sum of of2000 OOO In two companies companiesCITIZENS companiesCITIZENS
CITIZENS MAY TRY TO TOPREVENT TOPREVENTCONSOLIDATION
PREVENT PREVENTCONSOLIDATION PREVENTCONSOLIDATIONSpecial CONSOLIDATION CONSOLIDATIONSpecial
Special to Th Heraldnepubilcan HeraldnepubilcanIantl
Iantl Sept 2The matter ot consoll
dating the school districts of Sanpete Sanpetecounty Sanpetecounty
county has hen en under dIscussIon In this thiscity thiscity
city ever slnct th the announcemtnt of t tne tnecounty 1 1coun1
county commissioners Uat this matter mattpwould matterwould
would be heard by them at their next reg
ular se session slon It has ben disctlB8ed by
members of the Commer ial club of this thiicity thiscity
city to some extent and efforts will be bemade bemade
made by members of that body as well as asother asother
other citizens of th2 Temple City to dis discourage discourage
courage the move moveLAST moveLAST
LAST SAL SALTAIR TAIR CONCERT CONCERTThe
The last band concert of the season ason at
Saltalr will be given this afternoon b by
Helds ban band with gvtn is Its full strength as assistd as asslated
sistd slated b by a numlr number of the best local localvalsts localvocalists
valsts vocalists The programs have bn been care
fuly fully prepared and contin contain numbers that thatare thatare
are sure to he ppular popular with oncertgors oncertgorsmny concertgoers concertgoersmany
mny many of the numbers will 11 be heard for forthe forthe
the frst first tme time Including a new son song by
John Held which wl will be sung b by Fred
C Graham with ful full band accompani accompaniment
ment mentThe mentThe
The famous Music Critcs Critics Dream Is Ispbl Ispossibly
pbl possibly the mot most interestng interesting numbr number on onthe onthe
the proram program and wi will be head heard with withpleure withpleasure
pleure pleasure by music lovers The other otherJumbeI otheriumbers
JumbeI iumbers range from Ight light popular ditties dittiesto
to some of the heavier tuneful clfllSics classics
The numbr numbers of the sloists soloists are al all very vervppular verypopular
ppular popular hre here and wi will doubtess doubtless b be we wereived well wellreceived
reived received Two concerts wl will be glen glenone given givenoneat
one oneat at 4 oclok oclock In the afternoon and pne pneat pneat
at 7 730 In the evening The programs for
both Afernoon Afternoon concert concerts folow folowAfernoon follow followAfternoon
1 March G A R R by request Montgomery
2 2 Overtue Overture Awakening wkning ot the Lion LionDi LionDl
Di Ionki Konski
3 Tenor solo Lv Love Me Ie for Loves LOesDIvn LovesDivine
DIvn Divine wors words and muMl musicHeld musicHeldMr Held HeldMr
Mr Fred Graham wih with ful full band
4 Operatc Operatic Potpouri Fault FaustQounod FaustQounodLi Counod Counodii
ii Ca Caprices Capricesa
a pc Anuna requestLuicke requestLuickeb
b By the Swane Swanes River Idleton MydletonMixed
6 llxed Mixed Quartet frm from Rgoletto Rigoletto Verdi Verdirs VerdiMrs
Mrs rs Browning 1Isa Miss Dwyer DwyerMers DvyerMessrs
Mers Messrs Graham and Squires Squiresi
i Suie Suite Espagnole L La Ferla FeriaLaeome Lacome LacomeS
S 3 Soprano Solo Kiss WaltzArditti WaltzArdittiMrs Yalz Ardltti ArdlttiMrs
Mrs Bsile Bessie Browning
9 Excrpts Excerpts from Th The Merr Merry Widow WidowLehar Lehar
10 0 Paraphras Paraphrase Nerer Nearer My God to toThe toThee
Evening The Evelng Thee v Herlrt HerlrtEvelng Herbert HerbertEvening
1 Overtur Overture Zmp Zampa Herold
2 The Music Cntcs Critics Drm DrenmAsu Am Dlx DlxA
prs posers A moern modern meoy melody among old com comprs cornposers
3 3 Vol Vocal Ba9 Bass Solo Dow Down In th the theDeep
Deep 1lato 1latoMr fate fateMr
companiment Mr Willard Viard SquIre Squires and band ac accompaniment acconipaniment
4 Operatc Operatic Number Souvenir of Wag Wagner
nor Tobani
Tbanl Tbanla
5 a Evening Bels Bells Elenb Ellenberg rg
01 Darkle Darkies Jamboo Puemer PuemerS
6 S Vol Vocal Mrs Soprno Soprano Irs Bessie Slo Solo BrownIng selected selectedMrs eleted eletedIrs
1 Hungaan HungarIan Fantia Fantasia Brhms BrhmsIedley Brahms BrahmsMedley
Medley of Hungarian Folk Songs SongsS
8 Plgrims Pilgrims Song of Hop Hope Batste BatsteSlo Batiste BatisteSolo
Slo Solo for flute clarlonet and andeuphonium andeuphenlum
euphonium euphoniumDont euphenlumDont
Dont fal fail to visit Wandamere this thisweek thisweek
week weekOur weekOur
Our carpet c ceanthg eanng t s guaranteed guaranteedflational
garanteed
Natonal flational Ioule House Cleaning Co CoWandaere CoS
S I IWandamere
Wandaere Wandamere has atrctons attractions for al alAdrian all allAdrian
Adrian B Pembroke Stock Broker BrokerU
U W 2nd So Phones 758 758Everybody 58 58Everbody
Everbody Everybody lke likes Wandamere Wandamere
HEWLETTS HEWLETTSTEA HEWLETTSTEA
TEA TEAALWAYS
ALWAYS ALWAYSGOOD ALWAYSGOOD
GOOD GOODBUSINfSS GOODBUSINESS
BUSINESS MEN MENARE MENARE
ARE DETERMiNED DEHRMINIUNeither
Neither Lppman Lippman Nor McMi McMil McMilIan
lan Satisfactory They TheySay TheySay
Say SayTHEY SayTHEY
THEY WANT BRANSFORD BRANSFORDMAKE
MAKE PLEA F9R FOR HARf0NY HARfIIONY IN INAMERICAN INAMERICAN
AMERICAN PARTY PARTYBeHaving PARTYBelieving
BeHaving it wi will be impible impossible for the theAmercn theAmerican
Amercn American prty party to crr carry Sal Salt Lke Lake Ciy Ciyagain City Cityagain
again this thisfall tal under the leadership of ofeiher ofIther
eiher Ither Joseph Joseph Lippman or H C McMi MeMil MeMilIan
lan several prominent busines business men are areon areon
on the pint point of calng calling a meetng meeting for the thepurpse thepurpose
purpse purpose of sending an ultimatum to the theinner theinner
inner circle of the prty party that Mayor MayorJohn MayorJohn
John S Brnsford Bransford must be the nominee nomineeof
of the pary party this fal fall fallThere
There was a rmor rumor about the ciy city yes yesterday yesterday
terday that W V J Haloran Halloran M H HWalker HWalker
Walker Colonel E A Wall and one or ortwo ortwo
Val
two other prominent men of the party partyhad partyhad
had held a metng meeting at which this acton actonhad action actionhad
had ben been taken but Mr Haloran Halloran said saidlast saidlast
last night that he had attened attended no such suchmeetng suchmeeting
meetng meeting and di did not know of any hay having haying
ing been held He admite admitted however howeverthat howeverthat
that there was much tlk talk of such a agatherIng agathering
gatherIng and believe believed i it would be In Inthe inthe
the interest interests of the prty party and the ciy ciyto city cityto
to fore force the nominaton nomination of Mayor Brns Brnsford Brans Bransford
ford for a send second term He Intmate Intimated Intimatedthat
that such a metng meeting would probbly probably be beheld beheld
held in the ner near future future futureH
H G Mcrian McMIllan chaIrman of the thebrd theboard
brd board of public works and aspirant for forthe forthe
the mayoralty nominaton nomination on the Amer AmerIcn Arnerican
Icn ican tcket ticket wi will open hadquarters headquarters to today today
day in the Wilson Visn hotel to lunch launch his hiscampign hiscampaign
campign campaign McMian McMlllan is supported by bythe bythe
the prty party orgn organ and the men who have havedominate havedominated
dominate dominated the prty party for the last two twocampigs twocampaigns
campigs campaigns Joph Joseph Lippman it Is un understo Understood
dersto derstood wi will open up his hedquarters hedquartersnext headquarters headquartersnext
next week weekBoth weekBoth
Both cndidte candidates have alred already strted strtedprsnal started startedpersonal
prsnal personal abuse aginst against the other which whichis
is dividing the prty party more than ever everBoth everBoth
Both hve have alred already frame framed up fairly fairlystrong fairlystrong
strong orgniztons organizations of whlcl which Lippan Lippansems Llppman Llppmanseems
sems seems to have the strnger stronger cmbina cmbinaton combina combination
ton tion But with wih the prty party organizton organiztonforcd organization organizationforced
forced int into line by membrs members of the In Inner inner
ner circle and Chairman J E Daner Daneri Darmer Darmerit
i it Is probble probable that MeMillans Iclrians strength strengthwi strengthvil1
wi vil1 bein begin to develop at once onceBoth onceBoth
Both Against Bransford BransfordEver BransfordEvery
Ever Every efort effort on the prt part of Lippman Lippmanand
and lclUan McMihlan is being devote devoted to gain gainIng gaintag
tag an orgnizaton organization whih which wi will be beBrnsfordprof beBransfordproof
Brnsfordprof Bransfordproof when it ces comes to the theconventon theconvention
conventon convention Bth Both hve have refus refused to lay laydown laydown
down before the delartons declarations of friends friendsthat friendsthat
that their aspiratons aspirations mUt must b be scrfce sacrificed sacrificedto
t to hve have Xa Mayor or Bransf Bransford r name named by b the theconventon theconvention
conventon convention They are bracing their or orgnizatons organizations
gnizatons ganizations against the mayor and wi will willattempt
atempt attempt to stfe stifle any bm boom that Is s start started lt lte
e ed in conventon convention Unless the busines business businessmen
men in the prty party are able to pul pull them themof themoff
of off before the conventon convention Is held there therewi therewill
wi will be a a lvely lively Sen scene during the last lastfew lastfew
few days at the prelminary preliminary campign campignParty campaign campaignParty
Party workers are against the renom renomInaton renomInation
Inaton Ination of Brnsford Bransford for the ren reason that thathE thathe
hE he has not been a go good prt party man manduring manduring
during his two years eas a as mayor Thy Thytake They Theytake
take the piio position that Mayor Bransford Bransfordhas
has prove proved a a traior traitor to the prty party on onmore onmore
more than one ocsion occasion For this re ron ronson
son it Is fere feared that i it would disrupt disruptthe
the prty party organizton organization to force the nom nomInaton nomination
Inaton ination of Brnsford Bransford at the conventon conventonand convention conventionand
and this is the argument being preet preete prese1t prese1teq
e eq by the leers leaders of the prty prtyI party partyIf
I If 1a Maor or Branstord Is prevaie prevailed upn upnto upon uponto
to tke take the nomlnaton nominationwhich hlch Is not at atal atall
al all certinthe certainthe mayor wl will dictte dictate the theprsonnel thepersonnel
prsonnel personnel ot the tcket ticket to a gret great ex extent extent
tent especially the coundilmanic
CEpcal councimanic pros prospts prospoets
pts poets This to too wi will b be insiste insisted upon uponby uponby
by the business men of the prty party who whoare whoare
are now fgring figuring on a caucus of their theirown theirown
own to dictate the future rnning running of the theprty theparty
prty party They have bome become wer weary of the thebl thebickering
bl bickering kerlng and bckbitng backbiting of the several severalcU severalcity
cU city deprtments departments and the plitcIans plitcIanswho politicians politicianswho
who have run the afairs affairs of the party partyand partyand
and declare there must be Harmony In Inthe inthe
the future They insist that Mayor MayorBransford MayorBransford
Bransford b be anowe allowed to dictte dictate abso absolutely absolutely
lutely who his aistants assistants wi will be and andto andto
to a gret great extent the prnnel personnel of the thetcket theticket
tcket ticket ticketThere
There was much encurgement encouragement in inBrnsford inBransford
Brnsford Bransford circles when It was as an announce announced
nounce nounced that the business men were werelning werelining
lning lining up aginst against the prt patty orgniza orgnizaton organiza organization
ton tion and i It Is bing being confdenty confidently asrte asserted assertedthat
that neither Lippman nor McMian MeMilian wU will willbe
be the choice at the conventon convention but that thatBransford thatBransford
Bransford wi will be the next nomine nominee of ofthe ofthe
the prty prtyQUESTION party partyQUESTION
QUESTION OF LIGHTING LIGHTINGIS
IS DEFINITELY DECIDED DECIDEDSpecial
Special to rae HeraldRepublcan HeraldRepublcanViard HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanWillard
Willard Viard Sept 2At At a sein session of the thecity thecity
city comcl council held Monday evening the thequton thequestion
quton question ot stret street lghts lights was definitly definitlyItte definitely definitelysettled
Itte settled Ever since the new system was wasestablished wasestablished
established last 1lay May the number and lo loction Jocation
ction cation of stret street lghts lights hs has bn been a much muchmote muchmooted
mote mooted queston question and has bn been befor before the thecity thecity
city cunci council for several veral metngs meetings Part Partof Partof
of the counci council favore favored a lbal liberal supply supplyof
of lghts lights whie other others wanted them lm lmItd urn urnIted
Itd Ited to ero cross stret streets on al all stret streets excpt excptMain except exceptMain
Main It has ben been decidd decided to kep keep them themas
as now loted located which mean means that Vi ViI ViIlard
lard wi will be yell el lghted lighted In the future futurePIONEER future futurePIONEER
PIONEER OF MALAD MALADIS
IS LAID TO TOREST TORESTSpecial REST RESTSpeial
Speial Special to The HerldRepublcan HerldRepublcan1alad HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMalad
1alad Malad Ida Sept 20ne of th the largest largestfunerls largestfunerals
funerls funerals ever held In this valey valley was the theone theone
one toay today for Thomas Daniels who died diedAug diedAug
Aug 31 of gneral general debity debility Incident to ad advanced advanced
vanced age age T The funeral was held In the thetabernace thetabernacle
tabernace tabernaceDces tabernacle tabernacleDeceased
Dces Deceased Qssed ctossed the plain plains In 189 149and 149andsettled and andsetted
setted settled here in ISf 1S He lev loas a wife wifeand wifeand
and eleven chidren children al all living nea neafhere neafhereHe ere ereHe
He wa was 7 73 years of age and had been beenfeble beenfeeble
feble feeble for several years yearsBOND yearsBOND
BOND PROPOSITION AT ATSHELLEY ATSHELLEY
SHELLEY IS CARRIED CARRIEDSpeial CARRIEDSpecial
Speial Special to The HeraldRepublcan HeraldRepublcanShele HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanShelley
Shele Shelley Ida Sept 2The bond election electionof
of shool district No 3 30 Bngham Bingham nmtv nmtvId
Id Idaho ho reuled resulted in 24 yates In favor of ofthe f ftho
the propositon proposition and nOle none the other way
The question vote voted on was wasShal wasShall
Shal Shall the board of trstee trustees be author authorIzed authorized
Ized to Isue issue bonds to the amount of 6
0 000 t to payoff pay off bond Issue No 1 and com complete cornplete
plete scol school house houseThe houseThe
The work of completng completing the school
buidIng building wi will be rshe rushed atd and Sheley Shelley wi will
have a high school teaching the ninth ninthand ninthand
and teth tenth gdes grades this yer year
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MARY C JENSEN IS ISBURIED ISBURIEDAT
BURIED BURIEDAT AT REXBURG REXBURGSpal REXBURGSpecial
Spal Special to The HeldRepublcan HeldRepublcanRexbg HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRexburg
Rexbg Rexburg Ida Ida sept ept 2Mary C Jen Jensen Jensen
sen wife of Peter P Jensen of Buron Buronws Burton Burtonwas
ws was buried yesterday Servic Services were held heldin heldIn
in the Burton me meeting ting h house use at 1 p m munder munder
under directon direction of Bshop Bishop Conrad VaiL WalsThe VaiLThe
The spekers speakers were Bishop Walz Wala President PresidentAnold PresidentArnold
Anold Arnold H Schuless Sehultess d df Sal Salt Lke Lake City Cityand Cityand
and Elder Helson Hehison A duet WI was rener rendered renderedby
by George Atkinson an and Mi Miss Burke of ofBurton ofBurton
Burton Intermnt Interment tk took place In Burton Burtoncemetry Burtoncemetery
cemetry cemetery The deceased was 1 06 yers years of ofage ofage
age and leaves a husband and two B BSETTLE sons sonsSETTLE
SETTLE WITH LIVERYMAN LIVERYMANProvo
Provo Sept 25tanley Prc Pierce and d Er Erntst Ernest
ntst nest Clrk Clark the tW twb juvenies juveniles from Spring Springvle Springyule
vle yule have settled ttkd withtbe with ttie Iverman Ivermanthere liveryman liverymanthere
there for nearly killing two of his hors horses horsesby
by hard fast drving driving by paying dam damages damages
ages The boys nave not finished with withJudge ith ithJudge
Judge A A A 1on Noon of the juvenie juvenile court courtfor courtfor
for cruely cruelty to animals and wi will be kept in incose inclose
cose close touch with the cour court for some tme tmeto time timeto
to comE comENERVOUS come comeNERVOUSWOMEN
NERVOUS NERVOUSWOMEN NERVOUSWOMENNeed WOMEN WOMENNeed
Need Just This Tonic Treat Treatment Treatment
ment to Buid Build Them Up UpThe UpThe
The frt first thing to do when thretcne t1ureatene t1ureatenewith
wih with nervous trouble is to tostop stop the cuSE cuSEof CaUSE CaUSEof
of it if possible whether it i is ireulat ireulatlving irregulai irregulailiving
lving living worr worry or whatver whatever it may b be beThen i iThen
Then the neres nerves must be given specia specianourshment specianourishment
nourshment nourishment and the bloo blood lust nust be kept keptpue keptpure
pue pure and rich This is the mision mission of ofDr ofDr
Dr Wiiams Williams PiukPisaud PiukPihls and this is why whythe whythe
the pis pills htno have beln beeuz used with such get getsuces great greatsuccess
suces success in nervous trouble that did not notyiel notyield
yiel yield to ordinary method methods of tretent tretentTheso treatment treatmentThese
These 1illS is are a a tonic for both men menaud menand
and womcn but are espcialy especially aapted aaptedfor adapted adaptedfor
for gl girls and andwomcn women of ofall al age agesand and give givejust
jut the aid rqnid required to brng bring rck rckhealh back backhealth gve gvejut
healh health and strength to the nerous nervous and andexhaust andexhausted
exhaust d as is shown by the exprenc experience experienceof
of Ms Mrs R R P Taylor of Oakland Ka Kans KansShosays
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Iams hams Pink Pil Pills to wek weak and nerous nerouswomon nervous nervouswomen
women becue because they buid build and tone up upthe upthe
the whole system and give lsting lasting boIe boIeft bone bonefit
ft fit Some years ago I had nerouR nervous de debity debility
bity bility and seemed to be on the vere verge of ofa ofa
a colapse collapse I was al all broken down My Myhear Myheart
hear heart bet beat so fast at tmes times that it would wouldfrighten wouldfrighten
frighten me I had smothering sna sensa sensations
tions and felt a as though I was going to tofint tofaint
fint faint Thele These spls spells came on me Ire frequenty Irequently
quenty quently My stomach wa was afeted affected I Idid Idid
did not enjoy my mC meals ls but had tofoic toforce toforcethe
the fod food down I often had sever severe nor norvons norvous
vons beadl headaches che which made me dizzy
I was geaty greatly reduce reduced in weight weightTho
The doctors pronounced my truble trubleweaknes trouble troubleweakness
weaknes weakness and nerous nervous debity debility He Hewonld Hewould
would help me for a whie while and I would wonldthink wouldthink
think I wa was getting beter better but a as son sona soon soonas
a as I quit taking Ils Ins medioine I would wouldbcme wouldbecome
bcme become as bad as ever I bad bOD boon Rick Rickfor sickfor
for over two years before I decided to totry totry
try Dr Wiiams Williams Pink Pis Pills A few fevboxeR fewboxes
boxeR proved to me that the pi pills wer were werehelping
helping me and I used them unt until en entirely entirely
tirely cured I OCSiq OCeasi9flally mly take the tlupis thepills >
pis pills now as a tonic andalwas and always fnd fndimediate find findimmediate
imediate immediate relef relefDr relief reliefDr
Dr Wiiams Williams Pink Pis Pills contain the tbeelements theelements
elements neccssar necessary to make new blood bloodand bloodand
and a as the neres nerves get gettheir thei nourshment nourshmentirom nourishment nourishmentfrom
from the blod blood have be been n found inalu inaluable inyaluable
able in a wide rnge of diseaes diseases of tIle tIleb00d theblood
b00d blood and neres nerves such as rheumatsm rheumatsmaferefects rheumatism rheumatismaftereffects
aferefects aftereffects of the grip ane and fever fevers feversneuralgia
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