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t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 13 1909 3 3I
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f I NEWS OF UT UTAH AN AND ADJOINING 8T STATES A YES I
Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Offlce410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation streetCirctilatjon
Circulation Department 3CG TwentY Twontyruth TwentYfifth
ruth Street StreetOgden StreetHOa
Ogden Monday Sept 13 13V 13HOG
V
HOG CHDURAIS CHDURAISFOUND CHOLERAISFOUND
FOUND IN OGDEN OGONHealth
Health Officials and Food In Inspectors Inspectors
spectors Are Very Alert in inThat inThat
That City CitySpecial CitySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 1tCity Sanitary Inspec Inspector
tor George SbOtten w wa urpri urpr1ed ed beyond beyondmea beyondrneais
mea rneais are when on his h Inspection trip yes yestfrdq ye3trda
tfrdq trda he found a number of hogs In Og Ogden Oglen
den fferlnll with hog cnoiera c oer Several Several1111g Severalbugs
bugs were found dead about the city and andt
t wu found that cholera had been the thepallSf theaise
pallSf IIUlR8ctor Shorten Immediately no notified notIrId
tified thE owners that they must move movetheir
1 their pens ollt1llde of the city limits limitsThe lhnitThc
The Ogden bUhhers are working with witht withthe
t the he health department and they refuee to tobu tobuy
bu buy any animals front farmers or dealers dealerswhich dealerswhich
which they think could uld not iass 8815 exami exainiha
113 ion tlonThe I ionThe
The milkmen arc endeavoring to give giveth givetl
th tl I people ple t th best that can be obtained obtainedIIR
IIR is shown by recent tests The last test testI testshows
I shows < constderalle ImproEment over overtts overttS
tts made a few days qo qoIr agoMr
Mr Ir Shorten said that ome > > decayed deeayedfruit decayedcrult
fruit has been found In the Mores and andthat andthat
that a caretul Inspection of all stores storeswhere toreswhIe
where fruit I Is sold II Is to be started next nextMonday nextMonday
Monday and that all fruit that lis over overrilw overriw
rilw and all decayed veptables will be beonfi beO11fl5atCd
onfi O11fl5atCd O11fl5atCdThe cated catedThe
The cUrs health I is In fairly good condl condltioll conditinii
tioll A few cases of typhoid fever have havebfn havebcn
bfn retorted and the Inspectors are In Inpstigatlllg
4 pstigatlllg the source There are now nowfive
t 1 five eases of scarlet fevEr and one case of ofhkkenpox ofhickenpox
hkkenpox III the elt eltSAFE city citySAFE
SAFE ROBBED IN DA YliGHr DAYUGHTOgden YliGHrOgden
Ogden Merchant Loses Several Hun Hundred Hundred
dred Dollars While Waiting on onProspective onProspective
Prospective Customers CustomersSpecial CustomersiSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 12Four well dres dressed ed men menrllked mena1ked
rllked into the Thonas Farr Iced and andgrain andgrain
grain store and Introduced tbem themselves elvea elvearprE5el1taUves as asrpresentatIves
rprE5el1taUves of a well known Call Cali1Jrnia Callfrnja
1Jrnia grain company They said they theywere theyere
were ere buying hay and grain for this com comimy cornpIfly
imy and asked to see what kind of stuff stuffti
ti th local firm was carrying Upon being heingFhuwn beingFIloWfl
Fhuwn one or two bales of hay they com complained cornplailied
plained of it being musty And wanted to toknow toa
a know if that was the only kind that was waskpt wasa
a kpt Mr Farr had a new shipment in inthe int
t the back room and he asked them to go goth
111 and look at it itTwo itTwo
Two of the men followed JIIr r JI Farr arr while 1hlletIp whilethl
tIp thl other two said they would walt In Inth inthe
th the frot room When hen 4r fl Farr and the thetw thetwi
tw twi men 12me from the back room the thecu
11 cu < 11 who had said they would walt had hadisappearecl haddisappeared
disappeared disappearedNothing isappeareclSothlng
Nothing was thought of the matter matter11ntll matterjintil
11ntll one of the emplots went to the theoaf thesaft
saft oaf to change some money and found foundtJlat foundthat
that there was as not a cent In the till The TheoIlbtrs Theitsis
oIlbtrs took about 100 in money and a ak ahk
hk k amount in chks chksde
de > ilription of if th the men was as given to tot
t I 1101itc and they arc now working 011 011ti onti
ti ase aseROADS C
4 ROADS AGREE ON CROSSING CROSSINGWitll
With Present Weather Rails Can B BLaid Be BeLaid
Laid in Time to Move Most of ofthe ofthe
the Sugar Beets Beetst BeetsSpecia
t pedal t to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicangden
4 gden Sept 1 1The The Ogden RaM Tran TranIt
It ompany and the Oregon Short Line LineI
I p OIJkt have temporarily agret agreed > d on the ther therosslng
r rosslng slng to be established by the former fonnerl
l HarrislIe and the work of finish fhushJlIg finishjug
jug the Plain eity branch of the Ogden Ogdenr
1 r system will proceed ae rapidly KS KSt astii
t tii hI weather will permit permitHllperlntendent permitiperintendent
Hllperlntendent Bailey of the Rapid RapidT1a1ldt RapidTransit
Transit company states that It will re re1lJire rcIIIe
1lJire about thirty days time to complete complete1h
1h road and place It In such condition conditions
ts s to be used for passenger and frel freight freighttaific ht hthatfic
hatfic B By that time a great deal of ofili
1111 sn sugar ar beet t crop will have been moved moedllt movedLtt
llt It iN rrtatn rtain that the road will han handJ hamidl
dJ it pretty good tonnage 0 of the crop cropaftfr cropafter
after that time timeJr
Jr the present Wflt weather prevails for fora
a nr v rv great 1 ngth uf time it 1m 80 de dea deLy
Ly a sugar l eL L digging that hit If the rood roodhllilt roadp
p hllilt within thlrt thirty da days s a greater part parttof partthe
tof the crJJ thlUl Is IIntlcilJatd will be beIlIIEd belatiled
IlIIEd over the tli new road to the factory
CHURCH TO TOREOPEN REOPEN TODAY TODAYServices TODAYServices
l
Services of Special Interest on Ac Account Account
count of Improvements Made on onbfethodist onMethodist
Methodist Edifice Edificet
t 8pecla peCI to The HeraldREpublican HeraldREpublicanOgden
Ogden Sept lJ IJSince lnce the middle of ofJlJne ofJune
June the aftditorium of thf Methodist Methodistd1llrh Methodisthurth
d1llrh has been closed because of re reIairs repairs
pairs In this time the tower has been beenrlIodelfd beenriodeIed
rlIodelfd I so O that it now has a more mod modcrn modru
crn ru and attractive effect The tuckpoint tuckpointing
ing on the tower has been thoroughly re reotored restJrei
otored and the stains have been washed washedoff
off the brick work G A Graves being belnlfth
th U architect in charge chargeThis chargeThis
This work bas proved quite an expense expensehut expensebut
hut the citizens have responded enthuai enthuaitically enthusiasticahly
tically > and the entire city Is taking takinga
a pride in its appearance appearanceThe
The Ladles Aid Society of the church cburchhad churchhad
had not been Idl idle but for the entire win wintr tn tntpr
tpr had been laying Ihdde money for new newI newstPpS
I tfPS < These have just been completed completedOJ completedording
OJ cording to plans drawn by City En Eninr Engirirer
girirer inr A F Parker There is a sulMltan sulMltantial substantial
tial coping reaching out from the plasters pUutersIn
In the front and wide steps In between betweenWith betweenwitIm
With a llixinch raise and an a onetoot onetoottrad onefoottitad
trad Narrower steps with a steeper asteep4rlitoh steeperhIth
litoh were necessary on the east side sidfThe sideTue
The tower now adds the appearance of ofItlgnlty ofdignity
dignity and massiveness to the entire enUredlllrch entirechurch
dlllrch and It Ia an ornament which bieh not notonly notonly
only improves the appearance of Twen Twentfourth Twentvfourth
tfourth street but whIch ill a credit creditto
to the entire city cityTn cityIn
Tn connection with th the repemn the thefrvices theservices
services will ill be made of special Interest Interesttomorrow Interesttomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowREADY tomorrowREADY
READY FOR STUDENTS STUDENTSAT
AT WEBER ACADEMY ACADEMYSpecial
Special to The HfraldREpublican HfraldREpublicanOgdefl i
Ogden Sept 1The WEber academy academyi11
will i11 open Its doors Monday morning for forrgiftratJon forrgistratlOfl
rgiftratJon of students Principal Me MendriCk MeKndrlek
Kndrlek ndriCk says that everything Is In In1Cadine8s 1mml
1Cadine8s l E for the students and it looks look6a
a > though there ill to be a record atten attenane atteni1anc
i1anc ane A great rfat number of out of state statet
1 udfnts will be hue for the years ears work workCASTORIA workAsfbTA
< CASTORIA CASTORIAFor
For Infants and Children ChildrenThe ChildrenThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought BougbtBears
Bears tho thoSfP1ature
SfP1ature ot
lJj
The magnifient exhibit of this Insti Institution institutlon
tution at the FourState fair has done donemuch donemuch
much to bring the school and Its work workforciby workforcibhy
forciby to the attention of the public publicfiREMEN publicFIREMEN
fiREMEN TO OWN OGDEN OGDfNFire
Fire Fighters to Hold Annual Con Convention Convention
vention There Next Tuesday Tuesdayand
and Wednesday WednesdaySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 1Ogden will be turned turnedover turnedover
over to the State Flremens association assoelaUonnext
next Monday and Tuesday On those two twoday twodays
day the firemen are to hold their annual annualconvention annualconvention
convention here hereThe hereThe
The association was organized last year yeftrin
in Salt lAke for the purpose of protecting protootlngInjured protectinginjured
Injured firemen Tile ood body is something somethinglike
like a fraternal order or brotherhood but butall butall
all members must be or must havo been beenfiremen beenfiremen
firemen firemenThe firemenThe
The visiting firemen wlll be guests of oftbe ofthe
the Ogden fIremen and the local fire firefhhters firefighters
fighters Intend to make their stay in Og Ogden Ogden
den as pleasant as po possible possibleThey elble elbleThey
They will give the vIsitors a banquet at atfire atfire
fire station No 2 Monday night and show showthem showthem
them the canyon and other Interesting InterestingplftCefJ InterestIngpIace
plftCefJ the next day dayThe
The convention will begin Monday morn mornIng mornIng
Ing and will last until Tuesday night nlglltEvery nightthery
Every city in the state will send delegates delegatesto
to the convention conventionI conventionSPLENDID conventionSPLENDID
I
SPLENDID EXHIBITS BY BYOGDEN BYOGDEN
OGDEN MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURERSSPfCial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 12By splendid exhibits exhibitsthe
the merchants and manufacturers of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah who are represented at the Four FourState FourState
State fair are furnishing those who at attend attend
tend the big show with ith one continual continualround continualround
round of interest interestThese interestThese
These displays man many of which are cost costly costly
ly and ale the efforts of Ogden manufac manufacturers manufacturers
turers and retail dealers for the most part J8rtare partare
are the best of the kind that have ever everbeen everbeen
been made at the FourState fair grounds groundsAll
All of them are good to look upon and anddeserve antideserve
deserve much praise praiseBOARD praiseBOARD
BOARD OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONTRANSACTS EDUCATIONTRANSACTS
TRANSACTS BUSINESS BUSINESSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgclen
Ogden Sept nThe city board of edu education education
cation held a brIef session this morning morningfor
for the purpose of going over the school schoolsituation schoolsituation
situation Immediately prior to the open opening openIns
Ins of the High school which will take takeplace takeplace
place Monday morning ThE two lower lowerfloors lowerfloors
floors of the new building will be ready readyfor readytor
for occupancy and the board will have haveto
to get along with that conditIon until the thebalance thebalance
balance of the building can be made read readfor ready readyfor
for the school work workAside workAside
Aside from the report of Superintendent Superintendenttills
tills regarding the condition of the theschools theschools
schools generally nerall the board did nothing nothingof
of particular hnportance and the session sessionas
was as confined to routine business bustnl8BACK businessBACK
BACK FORM MISSION MISSIONSpecial MISSIONSpecial
Special to The lIeraldRepubllcan lIeraldRepubllcanOgden
Ogden Sept TIV D Van Dyke Jr Jrformerly Jrformerly
formerly of the county clerks office and andwell andwell
well known in Ogden bas returned from fromthe fronathe
the east where he has been engaged In Inml Inmissionary
ml missionary sionary work for the past two years Y81IJHe yearsHe
He labored as secretary of the Northern KorthernStates NorthernStates
States mfs mission lon and president of the North Northrn
trim rn Illinois conference with headquarters headltuarteat
at Chicago ChicagoSNOW ChicagoSNOW
SNOW IS REPORTED REPORTEDSpecial REPORTEDSpecial
Special to The HenildRepubUcan HenildRepubUcanOgden
Ogden Sept 1C 1 Kempton and Os Oscar Oscar
car Ro Rose e sheelrnen of Kelton Utah ar arrived arrived
rived In Ogden yesterday They have haveHeveral haveseveral
several thousand head of sheep In the themountains themountains
mountains near hlre and were out look look11mg
ing for their herds when yesterdays yesterdaysstoflit esterdIiYs8tOMn
8tOMn overtook them forcing them back backto
to the elt city They Sii say that It was ter terribly terribly
ribly cold In the mountains and that thatthrfe thatthree
three inches of 8110 snow had fallen in the theopen theopen
open places placesI placesOGDEN
I OGDEN BREVITIES BREVITIESSpecial f fI
I I ISpecial
Special to The HenddRepublican HenddRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 1Funenll services were wereheld wereheld
held Saturday Itt 2 oclock kt the apart apaltments apartments
ments In the Wetlell edell block over the Infant Infantdaughter Infantdaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Abraham 1 Ker Kershaw er ershaw
shaw shawXIN shawMiss
Miss Hannah Dee a former resident of ofOgdell ofOgden
Ogden now Jiving in Salt Lake lisa re returned returned
turned from a two months trip to the thePacit1c thePacific
Pacific coast and the Seattle attle fair Miss MissDee IissDee
Dee will remain in Ogden for a few days daysbeing daysbeing
being the guest of her sister Mrs Dan DanEnsign DanEnsign
Ensign EnsignMr
Mr and Mrs E 1 J Ward of Provo are
in Ogden visitl visiting Mrs lrtI Yards mother motherHn motherMrs
Hn A RAmshaw Mr Ward Is It prom promInent promhient
Inent bUlllne moan of Provo and it is tl tllargEst the thelargest
largEst lumber dealer In that city He Heand Heand
and his wife ife have just returned from
England EnlandThe EnglandThe
The Union depot and the Utah Light and andPower andPower
Power compans offices have been
draped In black uI a tokEn of respect to toE toE
E H Harriman HarrimanNo
No N Gilbert of Wilson lane has a fine fineshowiuJ flueshowing
showing of O 1 C hogs at the fair this thisyear thisyear
year His animals have captured > tJ all of ofthe ofthe
the priae for which they lave been en
tered in competition competitionJames eonmpetitionJames
James Taylor and hbJ wife have peti petitioned
tioned for an order for the adoption of ofYfarold ofyearold
Yfarold Violet Iollise Taylor and the ne
was Little Louise Is
daughter of Yllliam G Taylor and Lou Louise
C Taylor of Pretiton Idaho The par JNirEnis parents
Enis of the child are not in the best way
financially and thinking that their
daughter would receiVe Ii better home and andmore andmore
more advantages consented to hEr aool adojition
tlOII tlOIIThe
The Wright Wr ht Investment com company pan and
the other heirs of the estate of the ate
William Wright have received their ap
pOIUonmfnt in the state and have pe
titioned that the admini administrators trators of the es
tate b he relieved and discharged Be Besides ides
the investment company there were eight eightother eightother
other heirs Angus ngus T Wright managed
the affairs or the estate estatel estateRICHFIELD
l RICHFIELD BRIEFS BRIEFSI I IRlchfIeW
I I IRichfleJotJ
RichfleJotJ Sept 12Mrs Ru Russell n or Lea
is here this week attending her IO son Per Perry Perry
ry who had his Jaw shattered by being
kicked by it horse horaeFrom horseFrom
From Cove comes the report of three threeadditional threeadditional
additional ca cases e of smallpox but these theseare
are confined to the home of the young youngmean oungIfI8n
mean first afflicted afnlctedThe afflictedThe
The fruit crop around Salina and Red Redmond Redmnond
mond this season Is remarkable Ap Apples Appies
pies measuring 11 1 Inches In circumfer circumference
ence are to be found in the orchard of
E W V Crane at Salina SalinaThe SalinaThe
The stork has reeenUy vl vlsftej ited this town townand townand
and as a result Br 1rneet t ClOIJland has A Anew anew
new bo boy George C Nielsen has a boy
W v G Eh1n girl and J
a D 1 Oldroyd QW a arl agirl
girl girlThe rlThe rl
The Ogden famn family who have bt been > en do
I lag the Yellowstone park b by team left
the park on Sept a and will Journey home
by ealllY stages reaching here early In
October OctoberMni OctoberMrs
Mrs A N Lawson reached her firty flftysixth
sixth year on Thursday and the family familygathered familygathered
gathered on that evening and spent a aglorIou aglorious
glorious time In honor of the event Tn Tnaddition Inaddftlon
addition to the relatives several guests guestswens guestswere
wens pre present nt from rota Salt Lake LakeC
C M Stringham of ManU visited friends
here last week weekFred weekFred
Fred J Iijcldsted bas left here Ie to o a8 assume
flume command 0 of the HIe forces at the thelantl theIafltt
lantl High school schoolMis chool1i811
1i811 Maud Orrock has gone to Nephi Nephito
to teach teachErastus teachErastus
Erastus Peterson supervisor or the A AC AC
C U experiment farm at GunnJeon was
here visiting his parents He Is preJ8r preJ8ring preparIng
ing to spend another rear at Logan IoganArrivals LoganArrivals
Arrivals of race horse for the county
fair meet are of dally occurrence Tffi Tffiold Thold
old race track is being used as training traininggrounds trabmimiggrounds
grounds while the new track Is being beingmade beingmade
made read readJ readyJ
J lL Peterson of the Peterson bank bankIs
Is slowly recovering from an attack of oftyphoId oftyphoid
typhoId fever feverTreasurer feverTreasurer
Treasurer 8 G Clark and family spent spenta
a day wt week vi visiting ltlng th the fish ponds pondsand pondsand
and Monroe springs 8jJrlngsThe
The Monroe b baseball team tas rrrgar rrrgarlzed rcrgatIseil
lzed BOO H E LIHnboe has ben nmd nmdas
as manager
COAL MINES TO TOOf TOBEDEVELOPED
Of OfVHOPfD BEDEVELOPEDLedge OfVHOPfDLedge
Ledge Near Ephraim Is Almost AlmostUnlimitedTo AlmostUnlimitedTo
UnlimitedTo Employ EmpioySkilled Employt
t Skilled Miners MinersSpecial MinersSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanphralm
Ephraim Sept 1Several investolll investolllfrom investorsfrom
from Nephi Tales and Fountain Green Greenhave Greenhave
have succeeded in developing during the thepa8t thepast
past summer an Industry which imdoubt imdoubtedl undoubtediy
edl ediy will ill mean much to this and adjoin adjoinIng adjoinlug
lug counties namely the coal mines In Inthe Inthe
the mountains northwest of this place placeThe placeThe
The workmen are at present develop developing developlug
lug a vein of ex excllent lIent coal which iA iAthree isthree
three feet thick The co11pnny Intends Intendsto
to develop from four to nine feet of coal coalof coalof
of the very best quality The vein ein on onwhleh onwhich
which the vorkmen are at present em emploYed employed
ploYed Is under a ledge about HIO feet feethigh feetimigh
high highThe imighThe
The mine is located abollt eight milts miltsnorthwest milesnorthwest
northwest of Ephrslm and is said to dlf dlffEr dlffer
fEr radically from the Vales coal mines mineswhleh mineswhich
which played an Important part rt In th thearly the theearly
early Industrial history of Sanpete coon count coonty
t ty The supply of coal is said to be al almOtlt atmost
most unlimited and the quality nnsur nnsurpa mmnsurpassed
pa passed sed The land on which the mines are arelocated arelocated
located was secured by Wales Vale citizens citizenssome citizenssome
some time ago Owing to the shortage shortageof
of funds the original claimants did didnothing didnothing
nothing to develop the property until untillast untillast
last spring when they Interested some someNephi someNephui
Nephi people in the proposition propositionThe
The Vest Mountain Coal company was wasthen wasthen
then organized with a capital stock of ofs15ooy
150000 and active development work wall wallat wasat
at once bgeun It Is the intention of ofthe ofthe
the management to secure experienced experiencedcoal
coal miners from Scofield this year and andto andto
to produce an average of fiftY tons of ofcoal ofcoal
coal per day for the market marketB marketBYIIUWILLBEGIN
B BYIIUWILLBEGIN BYIIUWILLBEGINYEAR Y U WILL BEGIN BEGINYEAR
YEAR ON THURSDAY THURSDAYSpecial
Special to The HElaldnepublican HElaldnepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 1The B Y U will open openThurstla openTlmursday
Thurstla Sept 16 with the brightest brightestrospects brightestprospects
prospects ever fora for a recordbreaking en enrollment enrohiment
rollment this year There will he a ateCtlng ateaelIng
teCtlng force of more than eVtmtynve seventyfiveteachers eVtmtynveteachers
teachers this year Among the od teach teachers teachera
ers who have been away who will return returnth returnthis
th this l year ear are F W V 11rkharn E H HSmart HSmart
Smart Iabtal Borg Henry Peterson PetersonAnion
Anion M l Merrill Prote Professor sor Peterson PetersonCI PetersonCIIIes
CI CIIIes ft1 from the L D S U and Merrill Merrillis Ierrillii
ii from the B Y c cUNDER CUNDERARRESTFOR
UNDER UNDERARRESTFOR UNDERARRESTFORCHILDABANDONMENT ARREST FOR FORCHILD
CHILD CHILDABANDONMENT CHILDABANDONMENTSpecial ABA JDONM ENT ENTSpecial
I IProvo
Special to fhe HEraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 12John Summen111e of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American Fork was arrested yesterday e terday on onIi ona
Ii charge of abandoning his children Sum Summ1ille Summnuvllle
m1ille was divorced a short tlm3 ago agoand agoand
and the court ordered that he pay 12fJ 12fJpor 12Wper
per month allmcny jf f this unollllt in inthe Inthe
the past there Is said to bP due the al alvcrced l lcreed
creed wife and two children 4O Jmdge JmdgeA 1 1dge 1dgeA
A A Noon advised the young OUR < < man to topay topay
pay the back alimony and mettle the case calleI caseSPRINGVILLE
I SPRINGVILLE NEWS NEWSSpecial NEWSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpringvUle heraldRepublicanSpringvllte
SpringvUle Sept 1Dr and Mrs Dunn Dunnand Dunnand
and daughter Aileen Mr Ir and Mrs hl M MO
O Packard Mr and Mrs III A O Packard PukardJolr
Jolr And Mrs lark Cook anti daughter daughterLea
Lea 1 D Deal Miss Etta Johnson lIr lIrand Mrand
and Mrs 11 T Reynolds and daughter daqbterabel daughterMabel
Mabel abel have gone to Seattle and the tbenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest to be away about three weeks weekllThe weeksThe
The little daughter of Mr and Mrs MrsLovell Ira IraLovell
Lovell lendenhall who ho was operated on onfor onfor
for appendicitis Is recovering recoveringSpring1l1e recoveringSprlngvilie
Spring1l1e b has shipped ne carloads of ofcautaloupea ofcantaloupes
cantaloupes this season with pro prospects prospectsfor pects pectsfor
for 8 great many more moreManager moreManager
Manager Myron A Boyer of the Spring SpringvUle Springyule
yule Canning company reports that the theplaRt theplant
plant Is i daily putting up 200 iO ca cases s of to tomatoe tomatoes
matoe and that 2iOU 000 cases of string string1tean stringbeans
beans weN put up before the tomato sea season
80 son began beganThe beganThe
The Womans club of Springville met Jnetand metand
and appointed Mrs 18 Hattie Doulall al a adelegate adelegate
delegate to the State Federation of Wo Womens To Tomens
mens Clubs to be held at Salt lAke the thefirst thefirst
first part of October OctoberPICK OctoberPICK
PICK HITS DYNAMITE DYNAMITEAND
AND MANIS INJURED INJUREDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRelJUbllcltn HeraldRelJUbllcltnProvo
Provo Sept 12Heber lIurdock aged agedabout agedabout
about 0 years while picking In the gravel gravelon
on one of tit time levels or the Mountain lAke lAkemine Lakernlmme
mine last night accidentally exploded a adynamite adynamite
dynamite stic which had either beeh beehleft beemaleft
left b by the pre Ious shift or had failed to toexplode toexplode
explode Gravel and rocks flew In his hisface Idaface
face breaking his jaw bone and lacerat laceratIn laceratIng
In Ing his right ye e to un n e extent tnt that he hema hemay
ma may lose his sight HiM face and head headare headare
are all also O terribly laceratEd
GETS SIXTY DAYS FOR FORFLOURISHING FORFLOURISHING
FLOURISHING A GUN GUNSpecial GUNSpecial
Special to The IlfraldRepubJIcan IlfraldRepubJIcanBingham IleraldRepubllcamiBlngham
Bingham Sept opt 11Steve Blrkovich IIn IInAustrian anAustrian
Austrian from Highland Do Boy was given givenlIlty givensixty
sixty days in the county Jail by Judge Judgelorani JudgeFrank
Frank H CtlIvfntra this momlpg on a acharge acimarge
charge of assault assault1t
1t seems n that he went Into the room roomof roomof
of a fellow countryman at night and anddtcw anddrew
drew a revolv r which ho flourished hI hIhlB iiihis
his countrymans face at the same time timethreatening timethreatening
threatening his life lifeGREEK lifeGREEK
GREEK LABORER INJURED INJUREDSpecial INJUREDSpecial
Special to The llEraldRepublican llEraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept 1A Greek laborer whose whosename whosename
name could not be learned lK < brought brfughtto
to the Provo hospital tonight from Silver SilverCity SilverCity
City suffering from several broken ribs ribsand ribsand
and internal Injuries c8U caused ed frc m being beingstruck beingstruck
struck by a train The J8rti particulars alars of ofthe ofthe
the accident aloe not known herE The Tbeman Theman
man is unconscious and it hi said by the thedoctolll thedoctors
doctolll to be ht a mo most t precarious con condition conditien
dition
NEW COUNTRY WEEKLY WEEKLYSpecial WEEKLYSpecial
Special to TlllJ HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephl
Nephl Sept 1The Juab County nmes nmesl
l Is the J1ame of a new weklv Paper which whicnwtll whichwill
will be started hEre as soon na s the press presand pressand
and ub mactnrcry urivp from the toun touncirJei fommndros
cirJei at hkngo < Jacob 2oiemm who to
luus ha wl i conslierab1e fleW newspaper per training halningat
at college and on one or the Calltttnlia CalltttnliaduUfte Californiadailies
dailies wIl be the owner lhc 1k new pa paper paperwilt > > er erwiil
wilt be lutlcPI indepcdent indepcdentISOLATED tnt tntISOLATED
ISOLATED CASE CASESpecial CASESpecial
Special to rIle JIenddRelmbltcltn JIenddRelmbltcltnProvo
Provo Sept 1Dr V W T Knowles U US US
S veterinary iOl inspector poCtor of shoe h eJ has rc
tUlnf from American Fork wl where re he N NporlB reports
ports havil1 having discovered one casa Lf lip
and leg Uh U ctaln nmon among the IIhe sheep This
bulu isolated easft w ill traced hack to the bunch IJunchat
at Heber whler Is under qunrunlne quarSiltineBOY n > w wBOY
BOY RUNS AWAY AWAYSpecial AWAYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham hIeraldflepubhenBingham
Bingham Sept 12Frank < rsnk Ahble the the1yearold the1yearoid
1yearold son on of Mr and Mrs Irs Chris
AbbIe of Park City wa was arrested here
Thursday 1t seems ms that time little fellow fellowran
ran away from home Ills father was wasnotiflfd wasnotified
notified of his arrest and auuo after
him tbl this morning This hi the third time
he has run away this year yearLIGHT yearLIGHT
LIGHT FROST AT PROVO PROVOSHC1a1 PROVOSpecial
Special to The Heraldnepubllcan HeraldnepubllcanProvo
Provo Sept 12Provo experienced a
light frost last night It was not 80 se severe seyore
yore as to seriously Injure the neaeh tre trees treesas a
as th there < < e was too much m moiSture lsture To Tomatoes Tomnatoss
matoes were nipped The damage < wt V S not note netextensive
e extensive ten ve
I IThe
I ITho
The Central C ntzal Coal Coke Mmpany
has made no change In 1 the prk f
Rock Springs coal and ia still selling j jn iat j
n at t 575 per ton
0
i COMING COMINGI
I
Cooler and more pleasant pleasantweather pleasantweather
I weather Nothing more enjoy enjoyable enjoyable
able than the Indian Summer Summeri Sununerexcept
i except a cup of ofHewletts ofHewletts
Hewletts Good Tea TeaSENATOR TeaSENATOR
SENATOR SMOOT AND ANDWIFE ANDWIFE
WIFE TO CELEBRATE CELEBRATE25TH
25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARYSpClal
+ Special to The HeraldRp 11eraidReuNieati > uNkan uNkanProvo
+ 4 Provo Sept 12Invltations were wereiNued
4 Issued todaY for a grand celebration celebrationI celebrationto
+ to 00 held next Friday O ridav evening In the thegymnaalum
4 gymnasium of the Brigham Young Younguniversity
I 4 university of the silver wedding of ofS4nator
4 Senator and Mrs Reed Smoot they theyhaving theyhaving +
+ having been married twentyfive twentyfiveyears
+ years on that date The affair will willbe willbe
+ be one of the big social events of ofthe oftime i
+ the season It will be elaborate In Inevery inevery
+ every detail and many people will willattend willattend +
+ attend attendMANY attendtt +
tt + + t tMANY t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
MANY ATTEND ATTENDTHE THE FUNERAL FUNERALRemains
Remains of Aaron D Thatcher Fol Followed Pollowed
lowed to the Grave by Many ManyFriends ManyFriends
Friends FriendsSpecial FriendsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Sept 1One of the largest largestfunErals largestfunerals
funErals ever attended in lAgan was the theone timeone
one today for Aaron D Thatcher who whodied whodied
died last Tuesday after a long IIIne Illness IllnessThe s sThe
The services were held In the tabernacle tabernacleand
and a very long cortege followed the body
to the Logan cemetery where it was ht htterred Idterred
terred Many people attended the funeral funfralfrom funeralfronm
from Salt Lake and other outftown outftownplaces outoftownplaces
places The floral offering swere very
beautiful and profuse profuseThe profuseThe
The speakers were Froth V Hunt HuntLogan huntLogan
Logan Robert Baxter Vellsvllle L R RMarUneau itMartlneau
MarUneau Bishop C W V Nlbley Apostle ApostleO
O Jo Whitney Seymour B Young of of5lt ofSalt
Salt Lake All spoke ot the dead man manas manas
as one who had always been modest and andunaaauming andunassuming
unaaauming but whose life had bn bnmarked beenmnarked
marked by an earnest desire and efforts effortsfor
for the upbulldlng and betterment of his hisfellow hisfellow
fellow man manV manVAllAllE
V ALUABLf DEPOSIT fOUND fOUNDRich
Rich One Is Discovered in American Americal1Fork AmericanFork
Fork District in tile Sierra Sierrafine SierraMine
fine MineSpecial fineSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProo
Provo Sept 12hat Is believed to be bea
8 valuable strike was made YEsterday on onthe onthe
the property of the Sierra mine in the theAmerican theAmerican
American Fork district While hlle following followinga
a long fissure a cross fissure was l truck struckwhich truckwhich
which h8 has opne opened up the full face of the
drift In py pay dirt The full extent of ofthe ofthe
the new ore fsure fissure has not yet et been
detenined determined but the owners believe that thatthey thatthey
they have struck the sme same beleve or ore lege ledge ledgewhielt
1hih made the Mier Miller mine on King
Brothers proJrty property on the opposie opposite side sideof sideof
of the mountain I so valuable Over 1
0000 000000 in gold silver and lead has b been beentaken n ntaken
taken from the Mier Miller alreadY alreadYHARRIMAN alreadyHARRIMAN
HARRIMAN H INSILENT SILENT TOMB TOMBContnued TOMBContinued
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1cbatertc 1characteristic
cbatertc characteristic abity ability of te the naton nation as did
the caer career of Ewar Edward H Hariman Harriman And I Idi
di did h he labr labor selfishly Itlhly only for himsel hlmasif I
No The circumstances of
T crtao countless countlessthousands
tbousd thousands wer were betered bettereit by his cuntess cuntesstbousd enllht enllhtene enhight enhightened
ene ened and mterly masterly acton action Never h has he
bn been accu accused of undehad underhand dealings dealings or
has he given a shadw shadow of exce excuse for any
gvfn
one to sy say tha that he au abused the powers powersof
of his exale exalted Jllon position And you know knowwhat knowwhat
what he h baa been to aU of you Jou here I If Ifthis
this valley and mountaln could speak speakwonid
spk spkwould
would they not have a story to tell of his
tel
desire to b be a neibor neighbor in the highest ad and
trUEst ss ssPrivate sense sensePrIvate
Private Lf LIf Correct CorrectAs
As to our frends friends prlyat private lemot lifemost of ofyou
you ou who a are here ne need not that 1 should shouldreall shouldrecall I
reall recall I it But on this occaion occasion I know knowyou
you would have me speak ot that which whichyour whichyour I
your ow own heart hearts know only too well
You know him as he wake walked over these I
his hills and up and down this valeyslm valleyaim valleyaimpie
pi pie unaffected gnte gentle and kind In our ourlorr oursorrows I
lorr sorrows he tok took us by the hand In our
jO joys he entfred entered with us and In every everyevent everyevent I
event he showf showed himsl himself a a friend Of his hisworldly hisworldly
worldly achievements and distincton distinction we
know nothing from his lp lips From surcs surcsentrely sources sourcesentirely
entrely entirely outde outside of himRI himself we had to gain gainour
01 our knowledge of this part of his gan life
lfe
HI He culd could always b be aprohed approached b by us usand usand
and when we needed advice his beat
nee avie hi
thought was directed to us
A Relgious Religious Man ManYou ManYou
You ne need not have me dwel dwell upon the therellous thereligious
rellous religious aide of hit his nature At upn the time timeof timeof
of fo my arival arrival her here he tt sent to every man manemployed manemployed
employed ter on the pla place the folowing following let
terArn Arn Arden Oran Orange County N Y Oct
13 1To the men reBent residents of Aden Arden
T The lack of Intee Interest on your our part is die diecouraging
couragng couraging to UaO those who ho provide the mens menswhreby means meanswhereby
whreby whereby you cn can have the Importtt ImportttprivUege important importantprivilege
privilege of atending attending church srice services servicesFair
Fair weather Christian ar are of no nomore nomore
more us use in a communiy community than the sme smesor same samesort
sor sort of lrer laborer mikman milkman dalrman dairyman far farm farmimer
m mimer carnter carpenter blaekemih blacksmith ralrd ralrdman railroad railroadman
man or any kind of a fair weatimer ther man mann manI
I n sems seems to me that your rpons responsi responsibilLy
bilLy do does not end with yourlf yourself but ex extends extends
tends over tho those ove over whom you OU have haveintufnce haveinfluence
intufnce intufncehe influence influencehe
he otuniy opportunity i Is given lven your chi dm11 dm11dren
dren for relgous religious trnlng training at Sunday Sundaypchol Sundayschool
pchol school and the ebunh church for Y yourselves rseles and andfamles andfamilies
families familiesIt
famles famlesI
I It is not a favor conferre conferred on any anyone anyone
one fl else tan than younlvea yourselves an and famie famIlies famIliesIt
n is 10t mot a favor cnfee conferred on an anole any anyone
ole one else t than yourselve yourselves If you aval avalyounJe avail availyourselves
younJe yourselves of it itI iti
I 1 hop hope by next Sunday that you will willevidence 11
evidenc evidence more Intert interest by attending the thesrics theservices
srics services Yours fathfuly fathfulyE faithfully faithfullyE
E H HARRIMAN HARniMANPractced HARRIMANPracticed
Practced Practiced What He Preached PreachedHis
His relzton reallaation of the trmendous tremendous i iporcc In Inportance
porcc portance of regular atendane attendance upon upondivine
divne divine wrship worship w was iusrated illustrated not only upn upndivne in inthe Inthe
the snding sending out of that letter but in his hiscett hisconstant
cett constant prnal personal practc practice Man Many time times timeswithin
wihin within the It fe few years he conquered conqueredthe
the inten Intense pin paimi of hi his Infimites infirmities to come cometo cometo
to this church He wa was also a most faith faithful faithful
ful communicant At the time when his hisdaughter Illsdaughter
daughter ws was protrated prostrated by a serious 1 Ill Illness
ne ness ad and durng during the c crisis which fulowed fulowedhc followed followedhe
hc fent sent me a not note In his own hand handwriUng handwriting
writing reueing requesting pryer prayer for hr her Tme Tmea Time Timeand
and time again he declared to me his blsnr hisfirma
a
nr firma btalef belief In the teaching teachings of 01 or our holy holyfath holyfaith
fath faith The mighty pwer power whih which he hewlde hewielded
wlde wielded by his prnal personal infuen Influence never neverobured neverobscured
obured obscured in his own mind the nee need of ofabsolute ofabsolute
absolute reliance upon the hand that thatgverns thatgoverns
governs the univel universe universeLoug
gverns Lg Loug afer after our chidnns childrens chidren children have havepHed havepassed
pHed passed the way of al all the earth this trai trait traitwill
wi will make Harrimas Iharrimans carer career stand out outbrity outbrightly
brity brightly in the pages of hisory history A die dlsUnglsh dietinguished
Unglsh tinguished American in saking speaking of him himto himto
to me rnty recently a said saida
a Mr Harriman has done more for the Uaedevflopment thedevelopment
development of the reeurce resources of the thecountry thecountry
country and the eXlMlo expansion of it Its power powerthan powerthan
than ay any other inivual individual In the last hUl Imuti Imutidred
drfd years yearsWe ca cae
We e at 1re prnK 1wud to know that lie lieacblevf1 lieachievf4
acblevf1 achievf4 I 1l this thi diUnction distinction without vio vioIUng yb yblating
IUng lating the mlnut lTlItIutest prinipe principle of the get getlaw great greatlaw
law or i moralty niorality To tho those who ma maHned maigned
igned and misrepresented Itlm he showe showed showedno
Hned
n no rentment reseimtmnent but was wilng willing alwys always to toalow toallow
alow allow time to prove his ca case and the theproof timeiwoof
proof never faied failed The ptUnes pettiness an of of j1 j1OiS Jon JonohS
OiS ohS comptt eomptitiom never for an instant em embittrred emhittired
bittrred him Hp remained thrOhout throughout aU aUthosc aflthose
those trying > ars sweet tmpO tmpered amla amlab
b bi lrHabk lrHabkH 1C able ablekI
H w Vas g a nring Jtl iii shining lght light lightiU4l
iU4l l t be 1HhW r tu i audi ch lVeS lVeSElabrate lives livesElaborate
Elabrate Elaborate preautons precautions wer Were taen taken to
on f T 1
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The Fal Fall Season Begins With Marvelously Choice Bargains Today TodaySPECIALS TodaySPECIALS
SPECIALS FOR OR TODAY
TODAY TODAY15c I Il5c
l5c Bleached Caton Canton Flanel Flannel at 9c yard yardI
10 I 000 yards extra heavy Bleached CntOn Canton Fael Flannel t111 twilled twilledback
back wih with heaV heavy nap Regula Regular vaue value 1 Ific IficToday 93C
Today 16 yards to a customer at a ayard yard yardTODAYI m mTODAY2
TODAYI TODAYI16c TODAY216c
16c WHITE CAMRIC CAMBRIC AT llc A YD
15 1500 yards white Cambric equal to Lnsale Lonadale or Brkle BrklefiI Berkley Berkleyfull
full yard wide Value 1623 16 23c g
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Today 12 yards to a customer at a yard yardTODAY I I C CTODAY
TODAY TODAY35c TODAY35c
35c WHITE NAINSOOK AT 17c YARD YARDpf
2 pf pieces S white Engl8h English Nansok Nainsook 45 Inches wde wide Val ValToday Value Value35e
35e Today U 1 yards to a customerno more 71 71and
and no lest lessat a yard I 71 I 72C 72CTODAY 2CTODAYb
TODAY
500 SILK PETTICOATS PETTICOATSEx
Ex Excellent lnt pettcoats petticoats of f ru rustling tlng tafeta taffeta sik silk il 1mm al alL colors colorsand colorsand
and blak black ful full width and dep deep flounce Ipate separate dust dustraffle i irffle
raffle worth 500 500Today
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TODAY
225 COUCH COVERS AT 129 EACH I I II
10 100 Bdad Bagdad fffoot Couch Covel Covers 1ade jnade of heavy reversible reversibletapestry
tapstry tapestry frin fringed d on al all sides three yards long and sixty I
inches wide Value 22
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TODAY
375 Irsh Irish Point Curin Curtains at 198 198 a pair
4 40 pall pair white Irilb Irish Point Curtins Curtains with novel corner mo motive motive
tive applqued appliqued on good grae grade of net thre three yas yards long and Rndfortytwo andfortytwo
fortytwo inche inches wide g Value 3373 3373On
On sale today at I ITODX 98
ToDAY TODXELASTIC ToDAYELASTIC
ELASTIC BELTS BELTSrDe
rDe cOo Values at 5e 5eLadles c clAdis
lAdis Ladles Elast Elastic Bltl Belts In thE neet newest style styles bk biack and eel eelera
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era great variety of 50c values valuesOn I
On r sale at 25c 25cTODAY
TODAY TODAYLADIES TODAYLADIES
LADIES HOSE HOSEIelt HOSEheat
Ielt heat 20c Oc Qualt Quality at tc tcA iieA
A heavy fut black gad grade wih with gey grey mein merino h1 heels ad adr and andtoes
toes a very desirable quality I all II sises I Oc value f t tToday
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LADIES BAGS BAGSDeNt
DeNt 00 Values nt 110 ttiOElegant 110Elegant
Elegant Shopping Bas Bags in tne fine patent leahe leather or Ial Ialwih seal sealwith
with excellent German sivlr silver framE The bet best2OO
wih excelent I 0
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TODV TODVThe TODAY TODAYThe
The 20c Arnold Superine Superfine Flannels at 13c
2 201 piee pieces of the finst finest Flannetts The genuIne Arold Aroldgoods Arnold Arnoldgoods
goods double fold in Perian Persian Japnese Japanese fancy stripped strippedand
and fancy flowered dot dotted d and bordered effets effects stripp Value Valuea Value20c
20c Today 10 yards to a customer at ata
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a yard a c
SPECIAL MOIRE SILK SILKSALETODAY SALE TODAY
2 20 pices pIeces of M Moire < ire Sik Silks 19 inches wide bought at manufacturer cost In colors brow brown nav navy r reseda sa Copenhan Copenhagen tan tangarnet tangarnet
garnet rose mrte myrtle light blue pink and others This is a very tine quality and never ls sells at le less tha than 12 1z Unlike Unlikesome nlikeo
some o Moire the pattern r is very clear I and the weave i Is perrect perrectOn
On sale fo foa today a eat at per d S3e S3ed
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preserve the privacy of the afternoon afternoonservice afternoonservice
preSre service Several sore score of employes aided aidedby aidedby
Seral
by a numbr number of polcemen policemen guarded all allroads
roads over which the funeral prosslon prosslonpas procssIoflpassed
passed and kept watch at intervals of oftWEnty oftwenty
pas tWEnty yards around the patch of wos woswhih woods woodswhich
whih which indudEs the Harriman burial plot plotOnly plotOnly
Only Eigh Eight Carriages CarriagesEight
Eight carriages followed the hearse hearsefrom
from Arden hou8 house The frt first carr carried Mrs MrsHarima MrsIarriman
Harima Iarriman wth with he her two unmrl unmarried dauh dauhters daugh daughtern
tern May Mary and Carol ad and her sns eons Wal Walter al alter
Mrs Robert I IGrr L LGerry
ter Averil Averill ad and Rolnd Roland Mr
Grr Gerry the maried married daugter daughter drove in the thenext thenext
next criage carriage Other Others In th the Rrty party were wereMr wereMr
Mr and Mrs Simons Mr and Mrs l Olier OlierHarriman Oliver OliverHarriman
Harriman Chale Charles Peaby Peabody judge Robert RobertS
S Lovet Lovett and Dr W G Lyle LyleThe LyleTime
The casketne sld solid mas mass of lies lilies of ofthe ofthe
the valley and gen green vine wtb with an im immen Immenae
men menae e bunch of crimson r roses on top topwas
wll was caried carried to the alar altar by eight barers barerscla bearers bearersclad
cla clad In black and weng wearing blck black skull skullcap skullcaps
caps The regular funeral sce service of the theEpiscopal
cap Episcopal church 11 was conducted by Dr DrMGulne DrMeGuiness
MGulne MeGuiness Epial alte assisted by the Rev G Nel Nelsn Nelson
sn son ahdeacon archdeacon of the cthedr cathedral of St StJohn StJohn
John the Dvine Divine in New York A mal male malequartet
quartet and the choir of Grce Grace churh churhNe church churchNow
With Me and andThere
Ne Now York sng sang Abide I IThe
The There Is a a Ld Land of Pure Dlght Delight Mr MrHarrimans r rHarrimans
Harrimans favorte favorite hymns hymnsService hymnsService
Service Very Short ShortTh ShortThe
Th The Sn1c service latd lasteti but twenty minut minutes minutesThen
Then the brel bearers caried carried the cket casket to toth tothe
Thn hill th the bur burial plot one hundr hundred yds yards up the thehill
bi hillThere There wa was not room Inside the burial burialground burialground
ground for more than fftn fifteemi or twenty t1entybide twentybesides
bide besides the mourer mourners an and the two offc offici officiating
ating cergmen clergymen Others sto stood In the rod rodoutside road roadoutside
outside an and loked looked over the hih high sne snewal stone stonewall
wall wallSeveral
wal Several hundred Haima Harriman emplye employee and andtheir andtheIr
their famies families stood with bre bare heads out outside outside
side the church during the srvce service and andg andgathered
g gathered thered at a resptul respectful dkc distance from fromthe fromtime
the grave during the Interment IntermentIt
It was I S oclock when Archdeacon Net Nelsn Netson
sn son took I a handful of ert earth and srink srinkln aprink aprinkhag
ln hag it over the b bed of lie lilies that hid the themetal timemetal
metal casket congne consigned the by body of f Ed Edwd Edward
wd 1 H Harriman to the earth on the thespot thespot
spot he lved loved bt beat beatMrs
Mrs rs Hama Harriman and her chilren children drove drovehome drovehome
home immediately ater after the ceremony ceremonyEvery ceremonyEvery
Every one of Jrs hIrs Harmans Harrimans fnds fndsIn friends friendsin
In Arden and Turner re received lved a remem remembrance remembrance
brance of the day when the flwe flowers that thathave thathave
have been ariving arriving b by every tin traIn for tM tMpt thepast
past twentyfour bour hours wee were dtlbuted dtlbutedAltoher distributed distributedAltogether
pt Altoher Altogether the fowers flowers wuld would have fled fledthre filled filledthree
thre three expr express crs crst cars carsTrainWill t a T TTralnWI
TralnWI TrainWill Leave Salt Lake at 1 P M MVia MVia
Via Via O S L effetve effective Spt Sept 1 12 t to con connet confleet
net fleet wih with overland I 0 0The trlr trains at Ogden OgdenI OgdenThe
The Central Col Coal Coke cmpny cmpnyb company companyhas
b has mae made no chnge change in tle the pr price Of ofRock I IRok
Rok Rock Sprlng Springs cl coal and b Is eti still sehilng sehilngit lng lngit
it at 67 LTh pr per ton tonTrain I ITrain
Train Wi Will Leave LeaveSalt Salt Lake Lakeat nt 1 P M MVi MVia
Vi Via 0 S L Loffeetlve efetve Sept 11 1 t to cn cnnet con connect
nect with overland trains at
net wih oerJnd I trin Ogden OgdenThe OgdenI OgdenThe
The Centrl Central COl Coal Coke compny compnyhI company companyltts
hI ltts mad no change In te the price of ofRok ofRock
Rok Rock Springs Cl coal and I Is still Ul selng selngI selling sellingit
I it at 575 per ton
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7 A PAIR WHITE WOOL BLANKETS
11 1 Bn Mae mere measure 72x80 8 inches welbt weight pounds ValuH ValuHi
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each S 3 o oTODAy I 9 8 8TODAY
TODAY TODAYUp TODAyUp
Up to 200 PERCALE WAPFERS WRAPPERS SOc 89cFnal SOcFinal
Fnal Final cenup cleanup of al all prcal percale wapps wrappers In moty mostly dak dakT dark darkcolors
colors worth up to OO OOToday
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10 100 BREAKFAST CLOTHS AT 59c 9c 9cl
l 100 bordered Dauk Damask Tle Table Cot Cloths o open wol work brer borders
84 sine Value LO L LToday
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Toay Today Bze one to a customer at eah eahTODAYI each eachTODAY
TODAY
400 PORTERES PORTIERES AT 230 A PA PAIR PAIRh
J h pir pair BrdereRpp BorderedRepp Porieres Portieres me nma1e ot Damond Diamond De Desige Dcsigned
sige signed Tap Tapestry wth with a twoInh twoInch gobell gobelin bde border on font fontedg front frontedge
edg edge and btto bottom Vau Value 400 0 2 a aToday 30
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TODAY TODAY10c TODAYlOc
lOc Bleached Shaker Flael Flannel 17Ac 1714c a yd ydI
I 50 piee pieces ot blecbe bleached She Shaker fne flannel np napped o on both bothsde bothsides
sides retailed everywhere at hOc hOcToday
sde rtl erwhere a H 1
Today 1 12 yas yards to a cutme customer a at atToDAY C CTODAYI
ToDAY TODAYI60c ToDAYCOo
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6 e hemme hemmed wit white Daa Damask Lcb Lunch Clo Cloths wt with drw drwwor drawn drawnwork
work borders all arund around Sie Sizes 33 30x30 dToday
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LADIES NIGHT GOWNS
10 10 YalHe Values at 8e 8eLle SWe SWeLadies
Lle Ladies Gwn Gowns me made of bea best musU muslin emb embroidery o or lala lalatmme laetrimmed
trimmed high or low nk neck styles Bt Best 100 100values
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35 350 COMFORTERS AT 228 228Four 28 28Fou
Fou Four Iota ot the bs best 5 5O quied quilted Comforrs Comforters sUe satine CO COerP ccv ccvered
erP ered al all over flowered desigs designs and borered bordered ptterns ptternsfie patterns patternsfilled
fie filled with purE white sbEt sheet coton cotton ver very nuty fluffy la larg largsizes rg
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Dr Talbot Preaches an ius iustratve Illus Illustrative
tratve trative Sermon at First M ME ME
E Church ChurchII
II In the abnce absence of of Dr F B Sbor Short t the theRev
Rev H J Tlbot Talbott predl presiding elder ot t the theSalt
Sal Salt Lke Lake dilltrct district oupie occupied the pulpit at atthe atthe
the Frst First M E church yesey yesey1n yesterday yesterdayIn
1n bi his snon sermons Dr Talbt Tahhott took for b his histext
text the clause fr from 1 isaiah alah We all do dofad dofade
fad fade 8 as a leaf Th The pracher preacher crried crriedout carried carriedout a
out th the compr comparison between te the leve leaves leavesof
of the fort forest and the lves lives of me men Ht He Hesaid
sId said that as the leaf fa faded surely and andquickly
quickly 8 so this Jt life from th the motrs motrsar mothers mothersarms
ar arms to the bier wall sure ad and sbor short Te Telaf The Theleaf
laf leaf he sad said wa was ultul useful and the t tree treewag
was better bu because e the let leaf hd had Jve lived livedso
s so t the Ive8 lives ot men shuld should be urul useful and andthe andthe
the world beter better bus because of tem them In Incluing Inconcluding
cluing concluding Dr Tlbtt Taibott ake spoke of t the level levelIng leveiIng
Ing effect of the text textbe textThere
There be are distnctios distinctions In 1as leaves he hesaid hesaid
said Sme Somne of them are Ir Irregular In Inshap inshape
shap shape and iproportioned illproportioned Sme Some are of ofno ofno
no dlBnct distinct or atractve attractive bu hue O On the thectrary thecontrary
ctrary contrary there are otll others which In form formand
and hu hue sem seem to have taxed the ski skill of ofnature ofnature
nature In tJelr their copsctlon copatruction But they theyal theyalt
al alt fade A few frost frosts touch tem them they theyfame theyflume
fame flume out Into glorious color and then thenfade thenfade
fade to Jflilne lifelessness gorous Lying hea heaped on th thgund the theground
gund ground they are an indistinghable indistinghablemaM indIstinguishable indIstinguishablemass
mass of dulns dullness and monotony monotonyWe
We al all d do fade fade In the fa face of this thistrth thistruth
trth truth applcable applicable to al all humans al all dis distinctions distinctions
tinctions dippear disappear The mighty leer leerwhoe leader leaderwhose
whoe whose ds deeds are clbrat celebrated in the lter hitera hiterature
ture of thE world and the unko1 unknown 11 11dler aol aoldier
dler who folowed foliowed his atr standard to death deaththe deaththe
the csr czar and the srf serf te the quen queen and th the thekitchen
Jtchn kitchen grlI girlall theee at lst last have come cometo
t to a cmmon common lpvelduat lpvelduatMAKE velu t tMAKE
MAKE MUCH OF ROOSEVfL ROOSEVftTBritish T TBrtsh
Brtsh British Officials in East Afrc Africa Gve GveFonner Give GiveFormer
Former President Hours HoursNairobi HoursNairobi Mny Many Hppy HppyHours Happy HappyHours
Nairobi Britan Britian Eat East Aric Mrica TU Thurs Thursday
day Aug iClonel 5ColoneL Rovlt Roosevelt and bl his hisson
Si son Kemtl Kermit trvek traveled to Nal Nairugi b by t the theordinary
ordinar ordinary pser pessener trin train o on Sturay Saturday
July I 4 In Iple spite of the c cool wather watherr weather weatherMr
Mr r Rovet Roosevelt r rod o on te the cw cow catcher catcherOn
On Thllr Thursday th the 2 aiim Cl Colonel Roosvlt Roosvltand Roosevelt Rooseveltand
and Krmi Kermit atee attended t the rac nHljng nHljngan mnicting mnictingand
an and Xmrmitpode Ifode In several r < 1 or if th thiater 11 11atethe
iater atethe they were entrtdncd entertri I at 1nn Iy Iyt y ythe
t the stewards of tl the Turf Lih Wt1 Wtm 1ro Lrj LrjDelamere
Delamere in the chBr chBrOn chmr chmr0mm
On liday Friday Colonel Roosevelt oovelt and hl8 hl8o hi
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STRANGERS GRIP GRIPSNAPS
SNAPS THE BONE BONEBoys
Boys Arm Broken by Grasp of ofMan ofMan
Man He Had Bumped BumpedInto
Into IntoTak IntoT
Tak T excpon exception t to r remarks made P PAb l i iAlbert
Ab Albert Galr Gaylor 11 yea years old old ad and Jor JorTxlr J a I ITroxher
Txlr Troxher 1 yea years old old we while the they WEa WEaetndl w m mstanding
etndl standing on te the Bwak sidewalk j Just et east of t tGra tGrand
Gra Grand that theatre l last nigt night a an uknow uknowm unknov unknovman
m man sbb grabbed Gaylor by t the left an aria Witl Witlnch w wsuch
such force u t to bak break t the b bone betwe becwthe l lthe
the elbw elbow a and eboude choWder
Folowng Following t the vcious vicious ault the YOU
dropp dropped t to t the 8dwalk sidewalk Wt with t a cry r rpn
pain The pollee station
T polc Btlo 18 was notified
pn notfed
th the bapni happening and the yo young feluw fellow Wd w
tn taken to the emrncy emergency h hopitaj it for treat treatmnt tr trmont
mnt mont After hav having te the Inured Injured Injuredplaced ar1
placd placed In a support uppor he w was sent to t
Holy C Crus holt hospital to hav have th the brok m
bne bone Nt NtYou setYoung
You Young Gaylor is th the B son of Henr Henry Gi a abr
lr br a paint painter 1v living at Fit First Suth Sow Ii a 1
Scond Second Est East stts streets The fathr father stat i iat 1 1at
at the polic police sttn station lst last niht night that tIttattack 1 1attc
attc attack hd had evDty evidently ben been mr more or orprovoked I J Jprovoked
provoked by his ln son It s seems that thattwo thattwo
two bys boys wer were running In ae and out of r t tcw T Tcrowd
cw crowd going to te the Gad Grand theate theatre ab ii ii81k
81 81k oclock oclock O One of them bumped bumpa L La
a lare large ma man walk walking aon along th the sdewn sid ms msand J Jan
an and a lttle little lter later when the to two boys boysstanding w waandlf
aandlf standing abut about tlfy fifty fe feet ea east of oftheatre t ttheatre
theatre he wlk walked up t to them themgrabbed d t tgbb
gbb grabbed GYlr Gaylor by th the lf left tem arm armswung j jIung
Iung swung the by boy aou around Wt with aa great t f t tat 0
at the ame same time exclin exclaimIng You 1 1run Irun
run it into m me wl will you youThe your yourThe
The be hone snapped uer under te the powr pov e rf 1 1gip 1grip
gip grip exertd exertdB exerted exertedson mapp
B son wer were entered entertained at luchon luncheon bv I Imanagr tmanager
managr manager of te the Nationa National Bk Bank of of I Idia Idia
dia Lt Ltd M Mr Lwe Lawrence Te The folvwj folvwjSudy folluwi folluwiSunday
Sudy Sunday Colnel Colonel ROvet Roosevelt aUndEd attended t tPsbyean i
Psbyean Presbyterian ebuh church an and pv gave the thedonation f fdonation
donation to t the o M C A of L LAfrica E EAfrIca
Africa AfricaOn AfrIcaOn
On Mondy Monday h he aided I in te the IDtlali instaliut instaliutof i iof
of oUlce officers of Lodge e HUOY Harmony the En Enlsh E
lsh lish Xanic Masonic lolfe lodge ot B East Afrka AM a
O On Tue Tuesday COlon 1 Rvet Roosevelt nnd nd K KIU Kmutt
IU mutt were e etertaind entertained at a pullc puibic ba baqut baquet
qut quet T The goerr governor was fa te the eha ehaAfter ha haAr
Ar After t toasts to the king anti resiie resiieTaft t
Tat Taft te the cveor governor proposed tjd th hl heal healof < I 1 1of
of Colonel R Roosevelt vet whIch was enthuc enthucastcaly enthuastleally <
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