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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY utAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 3
f I NEWS OF OT UTAH AN AND ADJOINING STATES I
Ogden News NewsOfflce410
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Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
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Ogden Tuesday Sept 28 28SIX 28w 28SIX
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SIX LABORERS LABORERSHURT LABORERSHURT
HURT IN WRECK WRECKCompanions WRECKCompanions
Companions Regard Accident Accidentas
as Proof of Unlucky Day Dayand Dayarid
and Quit Work
Special to The JleraldRepubllcan JleraldRepubllcanOgdln
Ogden Sept 2iBy the der derailing 1l1ng of a awork awork
work car at Seventeenth street and Wash WashIngton VasilIngton
Ington avenue at 7 oclock this morning six sixrttk sixGreek
Greek rttk laborers were hurt so ban badly that thatthy thatthy
thy all had to be sent nt to the hospital hospitalI hospitalNone
None I < on will dIe I1leTIe dIeThey
TIe They were beln being < < hauled to the work In InJrOIOt88 InJJrngress
JrOIOt88 00 the Interurban line to PlaIn PlaInib Plainity I
ib The car was an open one and It Itwas Itwas
was being driven abead of an engine enginefhe engineIhe
fhe switch had either been left open or orsome oron1e
some obstruction had made Its wa way Into Intothe
the frog which turned the flat car onto ontotilP ontothe
the fall grounds track the engine con continuing continuing
4 tinuing on the main line The car was wasthrown wasthrown
thrown cros crosswise wlle of the track the sudden suddenttop suddenStop
Stop aulling the men to pile up In a alpap a3eap
lpap on the ground groundIt
It Is saId by eyewitnesses S that the the10rpigners theforeigners
foreigners Instead of jumping simply slid slidtrom slidfrom
from the car and fell In a bunch bunchThe bunchThe
The uninjured workmen held a confer conferIne
enc and concluded that the accident was wasnot wasmit
not a good omen and they all refu refused ed to toontinue toontinue
ontinue the days labor laoorf laborN
f N fW LIQUOR ORDINANCf ORDINANCfV
Council Adopts More Stringent Sa Saloon Saloon
V loon Regulations Which Will WillAdd WillAdd
Add to City Revenue RevenueSpecial RevenueSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublkan HeraldRepublkanOgden
Ogden Sept iThe clt city council to tonight tonight
night pas passed ed finally the new liquor ordi ordinance ordinance
nance which 111 aimed at bettering the sa saloon saloon
loon conditions and bringing In more re reIe rev revtne
tne Ie to the clt city The retailers hereafter hereaftervill
will have to par 1 1200 a year ear for the thelrhIJege therivIlege
lrhIJege of elllng liquor while the thewholesaleIll thewholesalers
wholesalers license will be jOO UO a quar quarter quarter
ter Wholesalers and retailers combined combinedmust combinedmust
must pay at the rate of SKO 1t a quarter quarterwhile quarterwhile
while manufacturers and agents will be benssesled beussessed
nssesled 15e a quarter quarterDruggist quarterDrugglst
Druggist > will be allowed to sell liquor liquoronly liquoronly
only on prescription Each retailer will willave wiltave
ave to put up a bond of IOO to be for forfeited forfeited
feited Incase in case of an Infraction of the or ordinance orlinance
dinance The measure carries with It the thedosing thelosing
dosing of saloons between the hours of 1 1B 1a
B m and II m and saloon keepers will willnot willnot
not be allowed to sell to minors or worn women wornen
en The ordinance also contains othe othestringent othecstringent
stringent measures 1J1easuresI
At the meeting of the council J P Pitlt Pt
I ONeiJI who pieced a bond of Jl17 to toguarantee toguarantee
itlt
t guarantee asphalt paving he laid In Og Ogdpn Ogden
den seen years ago was given his hisGoney hisnoney
Goney back the bond expiring Other OtherTutine OtherrUtine
Tutine business s of little Importance oc ocupled occupied
upled the remainder of the session
POLICE RfSCUr scu A JAP JAPSpecial JAPpee1al
Special to The HeraldRepubHcan HeraldRepubHcanOgden
Ogden Sept iC Yanheta a Japa JapaJ1Pse Japaese
J1Pse ese contractor of Idaho came down yes yestrda yestrday
trda trday to hire some of his countrymen countrymenin
in the beet fields This morning he met metwith metwith
with a couple of confidence men who whontlced whotnticed
ntlced him to a point back of the taber taberl1H tabernacte
l1H nacte le where they undertook to talk him himInto himinto
Into playing cards Yansheta refused and andiI
iI warm dl discussion cu slon ensued In the mean meantinte meanUnit
Unit one of the fellows was going through throughth
th foreigners pockets Officer Crompton Cromptonraced I
t raced laced the fellows under arrest The men mengavt mengave
gavt gave their names as Charles J Dwyer Dwyerand Dwyerand
and H C Van Horn HornIt
It Is quite evident to the police de department department
partment that there Is a gang of tbeee tbeeepickpockets thesepickpockets
pickpockets here Yesterday afternoon as astilt asC
C tilt Taft train left the elt city a couple of ofthe ofthe
the fellows were discovered going through throughthE
thE pockets of the people In the depot depotThey depotThey
They were arreflted They registered as asCharles asCharles
Charles Wilson lIson and J L L Morris lIorrlsSwan MorrisSwan
Swan Johnson a passenger on east eastbound eastbiund
bound Union Pacific train No o 4 had his hisTlocket hispocket
pocket robbed of a wallet as he was wasblardlng wasbardlng
blardlng the train at Ogden Satu Saturday Saturdayght day daynight
night ght His l Inrse > urse co contained alned 85
FOURTH QUARTERLY QUARTERLYCONFERENCE QUARTERLYCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE MEETS MEETSSpecial MEETSSpecial
Special to The HeralilR HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden pJblkan pJblkanOgden
Ogden Sept iAt the fourth quarter quarterly
Iv conference of the North Weber stake stakesterda stakeyesterday
yesterday sterda In the tabernacle President VII Wil11am VIIJiam
Jiam Wotherspoon Bishop Emil Bachman Bachmanand
and John B Bluth spoke to the dele delegates ddegates
gates gatesThe gatesThe
The meeting In the a afternoon had been beenadjourned beenadjourned
adjourned on account of the visit of Prell Prelldpllt Presdent
dent Taft TaftPresident TaftPresident
President Wotherspoon advocated the therpaoling thereading
reading of the Bible In the public schools schoolsad I IaHi
aHi said that some da day It would be a adassle alassie
lassie In every educational In Institution tttutton In hiI
1 tI ountr ountrThe ountryThe
The choir furnished excellent music mu8lcinglng musicinging
inglng the same numbers which will be beglnn begivn
glnn In InGLASMANN Salt Lak LakGLASMANN
GLASMANN DECLINES DECLINESCITIZENSNOMINATION I ICITIZENS
CITIZENS CITIZENSNOMINATION CITIZENSNOMINATIONSpecial NOMINATION i itSpfCia1
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept iToday a committee ap appointed I Ipointro
pointed at ft meeting o of RepulicaR8 last lastsaturday at atatunIay
saturday evening at the city hall held an anappointment I Iappointment
appointment with William GlKemaDn GiasmasaS I IFt
Ft S La < ting I they were authorbled to a ask k Mr MrGiasmaflfl fr frtasmann
tasmann to become a candidate fr frDl1 forniayor
Dl1 niayor niayorMr 01 01ir
Mr ir Giumann declined declinedWhen declinedWhen
When asked If he would ac accept pt tile tilenomination thenomination
nomination It the Republican party would woulilJomlnate wouldtominate
Jomlnate him he replied repliedIt
It m my party offers me the nominatIon nomnatlonk nominatIonknowing
k knowing that Y do not seek the office 1 1wlU Iwill
will accept the nomination nominationTO nominationTO
TO ADJUST PAYETTE PAYETTERESERVATION PAYETTERESERVATION
RESERVATION GRAZING GRAZINGSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept iG B Bentz or the thegrazing thegrazing
grazing d department of the forest service serviceIpft serviceIft
Ipft for Emmett ininett Ida yesterday for or the thelUrpose thepurpose
purpose of meeting with stockmen Inter Interested intereted
ested In the IPslnc in the Paettl for forest 01 01est
est The questions to be considered will willbl willbe
bl that o of the number of sheep to be bepprmltted bepermitted
permitted In the oNst the Individual al allotmen atlotmeflS
lotmen 5 that shall be made for next year yearand ear earand
and also dIfferences that exist among the thesheoepmen thesheepmen
sheoepmen regarding grazing privileges prlilegesHU privilegesHUNT
HU HUNT jT MOUNTAiN J LIONS LIONSSpedal LIONSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Stpt 7A F Potter assistant IUlltlstanthiaf assistantchief
chief forester left Ogden ye yesterday terday for torModena forModena
Modena southern Utah to consider Ute Uteadvisability thendytsablilty
advisability or annexing tM Pinto and Bn Bntarorlse EntroriSe
tarorlse toreets to the Dixie forest tOIe8tYpit forestJils
Ypit J1 Jils return home he and brother a brother1vo
1vo 0 Is a manufacturer In New ew York will wUItake willtake
take a hunting trip thrOUlm the Buckskin Buckskinmountains Buckskinmountains
mountains The hunt wilt 111 be Cor mooR mooRtaln molisV
V taln tam lions lionsCOUNSELOR
COUNSELOR KERR is isGIVEN ISJ I
J GIVEN NEW POSITION POSITIONSppclel
Special to The HeraldRppubJican HeraldRppubJicanOgden
Ogden SPpt 27At the ward confer conferoe
oe in the Fourth ward last night See Seeoud
oud Counselor Walter K Kerr rr of the bl8h bishC
C
optic was released and appointed to the theposition
position of second assistant superintendent superintendentof
of the Ogden stake Sunday schools Hy Hyrum Hyrum
rum H Goddard was appointed to fill fillthe fillthe
the place left vacant b by Counselor Kerr KerrSunday KerrSunday
Sunday school was held as usual In the themorning themorning
morning but on account of President PresidentTafts PresidentTafts
Tafts visit the afternoon meeting was wasdispensed wasdispensed
dispensed with Services were held at at7JO
7JO oclock last evening eenlngThe eveningThe
The speakers at the evening session sessionwere sessionwere
were President Thomas B Evans Presi President President
dent Charles C Richards of the Ogden Ogdenatake Ogdenstake
stake Elders Samuel G Dye E A Lar Larkin Larkin
kin and George C Ferrin of the high highcouncll highcouncil
council councllLAY councilLAY
LAY THE CORNER STONE STONESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept iThe laying of the cor corner corncr
ncr stone of the Dee Memorial hospital hospitalattracted hospitalattracted
attracted quite a crowd tOda today The hoe hospital hoepital
pital Is a monument to the memory ot otJUdge otJudge
JUdge Thomas D Dee who died July 9 919O 9l9O
19O after a residence of nearly halt a acentury acentury
century In this section sectionCanneries sectionCanneries
Canneries Prosperous ProsperousSpecial ProsperousSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept 7WlllIam Craig former formerroreeldent formerpresident
president of the city council who Is In Inthe inthe
the canning business states that the to tomato tomato
mato crop wilt have been exhausted with withIn withIn
In the next two weeks If the weather con conditions conditions
ditions remain as the they are He says the theannerles thecanneries
canneries will make mone money
M I A CONVENTION ACONVENTIONSSpecial CONVENTIONSpecial
Special to Th HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Sept iThe M I A con convention conventlon
vention which was held here yesterday yesterdaybrought esterdaybrought
brought people from all over the county countyThere countyThere
There was keen regret felt and ex expre expressed
pre pressed seil by man many that not a single rep representative representative
resentative of the general board of the theyoung theyoung
young men was present to assist In the thework thework
work of explaining the courses prepared preparedfor
for the winter work workMIllS workMiss
MIllS Aggie Campbell was here for the theyoung theyoung
young ladles and she delivered good In Inttructlon inEtruction
ttructlon In the department work for the thewinter thewinter
winter The two branches of the M I IA 1A
A met jointly to begin each session and andthen andthen
then separated for department work In Inthe Inthe
the evening a public meeting was held heldand heldand
and Miss Campbell was the chief speak speaker
er She was followed by Jacob Magleby Maglebyrecentl Maglebyrecently
recently returned from the California mis mission misslon
sion V
A PROMISING MINE MINESpecial MINESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Sept iA F Palm of the Beav Beaver
er Lake Consolidated Mining company re returned returned
turned from the property this morning morningfeeling morningfeeling
feeling that the most promising future Is IsdlrectJ isdirectly
directly before him Mr 11 Palm brought broughtwith broughtwith
with him some fine specimens from the themine themine
mine which promises to be one of the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest In the state according to the theopInion theopinion
opInion of the engineer at the diggings diggingsAfter diggingsAfter
After the ISInch vein of orebearing lead Iladand leadand
and gold pinched out at the depth of 150 150feet 150feet
feet they encountered nineteen feet of ofvery ofvery
very hard granite As soon as this was waspenetrated waspenetrated
penetrated the lead was picked up and andwithin andwithin
within ten feet the vein has widened to totwo totwo
two feet of tine ore easily mined A con conservative conservative
servative estimate of the value of the theore theore
ore Is put at from 5OO OO to iooo per car carnet carnet
net netALLEGE netALLEGE
ALLEGE SHEEP HERDS HERDSCONTAMINATE HERDSCONTAMINATE
CONTAMINATE WATER WATERSpecial WATERSpeclalto
Special Speclalto to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Sept 7The case of the state stateagainst stateagainst
against several of the Moroni sheep own owners owners
ers Is to be heard before a justice of ofthe o othe
the peace soon probably in tI the Cheerer Cheererprecinct Chesterprecinct
precinct The complaint alleges that the thedefendants thedefendants
defendants have committed a public nuls nulsanee nuisslice
slice by herding 000 OO head of sheep In InCurn InCurn
Curn canyon on the west side of Sanpete Sanpeteyalley Sanpetevalley
valley contaminating the waters of the thetown thetown
town of Freedom
CASTLED CASTLEDALE ALE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSOPEN SCHOOLSOPEN
OPEN IN NEW BUILDING BUILDINGSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanCastledale HeraldRepublicanCastledale
Castledale Sept 27The CasUedale CasUedaledistrict Castledaledistrict
district schools opened on Monday morn mornIng mornIng
Ing with Alpha B Barton as principal principalThe
The school opened with 100 pupils The Theother Theother
other teachers with Mr lr Barton are MisseEvelyn 1I58es 1I58esBvelyn
Evelyn LOTY Mabel Behunin Lillian LlI1lanRasmussen LillianRasmussen
Rasmussen and Effie Armstrong Five Fiverooms Fiverooms
rooms of the new school building are arefinished arefinished
finished and are being used which makes makesIt
It much more convenient than for some sometime sometime
time past as heretofore the school has hashad hashad
had to scatter owing to the old building buildingbeing buildingbeing
being Inadequate and the new building bulldlngbeing buildingbeing
being uncompleted uncompletedPLENTY uncompletedPLENTY
PLENTY OF PITCHBLENDE OFPITCHBLENDEMountains PITCHBLENDEMountains
Mountains of the uchSought Min Mineral Mm Mmeral
eral in Emery County CountySoecial CountySoecial
Soecial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanCasUedale HeraldRepublicanCastledale
CasUedale Sept 2TSince Slnce the papers papershAve papershave
hAve been printing so much about pitch pitchblende pitchblende
blende orE it Is called to mind that there thereare thereare
are mountains of It In Emery county countyIra
Ira R Browning and Oscar Beebe have havehad havehad
had a mountain of this ore located for forseveral or orsevlral
several years past They have had It IttestPd ittested
tested and know that It 18 the right rightItuff rightstuff
stuff They hat rl refusd usd an offer of
10000 for their holdings holdingsPeter holdingsPeter
Peter Frondsln also has a mine of it itlocatd itlocatd
locatd about fight miles northwest of ofGrpln ofGreen
Green Rh Rivv
NEWSPAPER MEN MENHOLD MENHOLD
HOLD A MEETING MEETINGSee
See Wonders of Bingham BinghamTransact BinghamTransact
Transact Business and En Enjoy Enjoy
joy Good Day DayVISIT DayVISIT
VISIT THE GREAT MINES MINESUTAH MINESUTAH
UTAH COPPER PROPERTY IN INVADED INVADED
VADED AND WONDERS SEEN SEENSpecial SEENSpecial
Special to The HeradRepubllcan HeradRepubllcanBIngham HeraldRepublicanBteghnm
BIngham Sept 7Blngham opened Its Itsdoors Itsdoors
doors yesterday to the third quarterly QuarterJl quarterlysession
l session > of the Utah Press association and andelght andeighteen
elght eighteen n repre representatives entaUes of the craft In InUtah InUtah
Utah had a successful session and an In Interesting interesting
teresting view 1f the camp The follow followIng following
Ing were present H C Hicks Ernest EmestEvans ErnestEvans
Evans William Buys and wife J S SBArlow SBarlow
BArlow and wife Charles England Le LeRo LeRoy
Ro Roy Armstrong S L Raddon W V H HCapwell HCapwell
Capwell P S Feet A H Shultelss and aadwife andwife
wife I E Diehl George Car Carpenter Carpenter
penter T L Holman Parley Jensen E EA EA
A Yandeenter YandeenterRepresentative VandeventerRepresentative
Representative T L Holman received receivedthe
the visitors on the arrival of the morn mornIng morntng
Ing train from Salt Lake and conve conveyed conveyedthem ed edthem
them In omnibuses to the Commercial Commercialclub
club wher President Parley Jensen Jensenpromptl Jensenpromptly
promptly called the meeting to order and anc1proceeded andproceeded
proceeded with the business of the asso association assoelation
elation ciationIn
In the absence of the secretary MrHicks Mr MrHicks
Hicks of Provo was called to the vacant vacantchair vacantchair
chair and after the transaction of rou routine routine
tine business Mr Diehl made a report reportfrom reportfrom
from the National Editorial association associationAside associationAside
Aside from the formal report was a run running runnthg
ning comment on the marvels visited b bmember by byinembeis
member of the delegates to the thpnational thenational
national meetlnga tour which Included Includedthe
the coast points of Interest In Alaska AlaskaHis AlaskaHis
His statement that he was banqueted on onripe onripe
ripe strab strawberries rrtes and kindred dainties at atthe atthe
the terminus of the Copper River rail railroad railroad
road constructed by the Guggenheims Guggenhelmswas
was challenged by the company but 1Ir 1IrDiehl MrDiehi
Diehl refused to withdraw a single straw strawShort strawberry
berry berryShort
Short addresses were made b by Mayor MayorQuinlan MayorQuinian
Quinlan of Bingham Dr F E Straup StrauppresJdent Strauppresident
president of the Commerelalclub Commercial club and andby andby
by LeRo LeRoy Armstrong ArmstrongAt
At noon the meeting was adjourned adjournedand
and the delegates took luncheon at th thElmerton the theElmerton
Elmerton hotel and then returnll to the theomnibuses theomnibuses
omnibuses and were driven up the can canon canyon
yon on through Upper BIngham and to the theold theold
old Telegraph mine Colonel D C Jack Jackling Jackling
ling had given permission for their In Invasion Invasion
vasion of the Utah Copper property and andthe andthe
the visiting newspaper people saw the theworking theworking
working of the steam shovels and the theprocess thepIocess
process of removing a mountain of ore oreReturning oreReturning
Returning to the main camp they were weredriven weredriven
driven up Carr Fork to the Highland Bay BeyminE Baymine
minE an aJUtlde of about 7000 feet and andall andall
all the workings o of the trams md switch switchback switchback
back railroads were explained to them themby themby
by Mr Ir Holman and Dr A L Inglesby
Souvenirs of the trip In the shape of ofa ofa
a booklet prepared by th Bingham Com Commercial Cornmercial
mercial club were presented to each visi visitor vlsitel
tel and the fact was gleaned that the thefirst thefirst
first recorded mining claim In the stat statwas statewas
was made b by G B Ogilvie on Sept 1i 1ifa 171t3
fa The claim was flit filed In the name of ofthe orthe
the Jordan SHYer Mining company ant antas and andwas
was as familiarly known as the Old Jordan Jordanclaim Jordanclaim
claim claimAll
All a mining camp BIngham has had hada
a history of Interest from that date and andhas andhas
has produced gold silver copper and lead leadIn
In splendidly paying quantities It 111 111said issaid
said to be the only mlnl miiIng camp In the thecountry thecountry
country which did not feel the stress of ofthe ofthe
the panic oClOO7 of 1907 and that through that thattr thattrying
tr trying lng time work In the mines minesand and mills mmswas millswas
was not suspended nor the production of ofthe ofthe
the camp reduced reducedAt
At 4 I oclock the visiting members met metat metat
at the railroad station unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted a resolution thanking the Com Commercial Cornmercial
mercial club and the people of Bingham Binghamfor
for a very pleasant and Instructive da dand day dayand
and nd took the train for their respective
FIRE DESTROYS BARN BARNAND BARNANDSTACKS
AND ANDSTACKS STACKS OF HAY HAYSpeglal HAYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPa
Pa Payson 8On Sept ZiFlre destro destroyed ed the thebarn thebarn
barn and severs several I haystacks belonging to tocrge toGeorge
George crge Scharrer and Edson McBeth about
4 430 oclock Sunday morning Incendiar Incendiarism
ism is suspectej because the blaze broke brokeout brokeout
out In five or six different places Last Iastfa1l Lastfall
fall similar fires were blamed on fire flrebgs firebigs
bgs but no trace of the miscreant has hasbeen hasbeen
been found foundPLUMS foundPLUMS
PLUMS GO TO WASTE WASTESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMount
Mount Plp8s Pleasnt nt Sept iThe fruit crop cropthis cropthis
this year In this city and vicinity Is one oneof oneof
of unusual abundance Apples pears and andplums andplums
plums are exceedingly plentiful The ap appips applea
pips ar ari somewhat wormy on account of oflack oflack
lack of people > spraying but the plum plumcrop plumcrop
crop Is something immensE Hundreds Hundrldsof
of bn8hpls will 110 to waste
H
Secretary Hor Horace c Ensign of the State StateFall StateFair
Fall association reports that exhibitors exhibitorsare
are rushing In entries for the Inland Em Empire Erapire
pire exposition Lists close Sept 29 The Theoffice Theoffice
office force was engaged aU day yester yesterday ester esterda
da day receiving entries entriesMany entrlesMany
Many exhibitors are already placing placingtheir placingtheir
their exhibits The buildings are In good goodcondition goodcondition
condition conditionCOURT conditionCOURT
p V
COURT HONORS MEMORY MEMORYOFJUDGEJRBOWDLE MEMORYOF
OFJUDGEJRBOWDLE OFJUDGEJRBOWDLEc OF JUDGE J R BOWDLE BOWDLEC
c s Patterson E O Lee and H V VVan VVan
Van Pelt were named yesterday by
Judge C W V Morse to represent the theThird theThird
Third judicial district In drawing up upresolutions uprcrlutions
resolutions honoring the memory ot otJudge ofJudge
Judge H Bowdle JUdge Bowdle was wasknown wasknown
known and venerated for many years by bymemhers bymembers
members rot f the Utah bar
A Bracing Tonic After Typhoid
VV V
POLITICAL POT SIMMERING SIMMERINGSpecial I ISpecial
Special to The tIeraldRepubllan tIeraldRepubllanProvo
Provo Sept 27Slmmerlngs of the po poUtleal p0litleal
Utleal pot may be heard now and then thenbut thenbut
but so far enthusiasm Is very seldom seldomseen seldomseen
seen Leaders In both old parties say sarthat saythat
that things look very much like prohl prohlWtlo prohibition
Wtlo WtloThere bitionThere
There Is but little mention of political poUticaltimber politicaltimber
timber for any office except that of may mayor
or Candidates for councilmen and re reconIer recorder
conIer are not making themselves known knownvery knownvery
very extensively C F Decker Is spoken spokenof
of for mayor on the D Democratic ticket ticketto
to succeed himself while W V F Giles GlJesWlUlam GilesWilliam
William lI Roylance R R Irvine and andsome andsome
some others are spoken of for that po posl p0sition
sl sition sitionOn tlon tlonOn
On the Republican ticket W Yo H Ra Rahas Ray Rayhas
has a bunch of supporters as have James JamesG
G Duffin Joseph T Farrer Jacob Evans Evansand Evansand
and John D Dixon DixonHENEFER DixonHENEFER
HENEFER ORGANIZES ORGANIZESWATERWORKS ORGANIZESWATERWORKS
WATERWORKS COMPANY COMPANYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubUcan HeraldRepubUcanHenefer
Henefer Sept 1A mass meeting to toorganize toorganize
organize a water system was held at the thestore thestore
store of William ll11am F Cremer recently Al Alma Alma
ma E Richins was chairman and R A AJetes AJores
Jetes secretary A company was organ organIzed organized
Ized with a capital stock of 10000 lOO 1J 1Jvel hIper
per cent of which will be paid up on onOct onOct
Oct 1 Thirty clttzens pledged them themselves themselves
selves to subscribe 200 each The water waterwlJJ waterwill
will be br brought > > ught from Bachelor spring springOfficers springOfficers
Officers are Alma E Richins president presidentDavid presidentDavid
David H Foster vice president R A AJones AJones
Jones secretary J W V Richins treas treasurer treasurer
urer Leslie G Shill director Work will w1l1begin willbegin
begin at once The system will be com completed cornpleted
pleted this fall faUALFALFA fallALFALFA
ALFALFA SEED CROP IS ISGREATEST ISGREATESTIN
GREATEST IN HISTORY HISTORYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubIlcan HeraldRepubIlcanCalltJedale HeraldRepublicanCastledale
CalltJedale Sept iThQ greatest crop cropof cropof
of alfalfa seed ever harvested here is isnow isnow
now being cared for by our farmerS I
But little threshing has been done here hertbut herebut
but at Orangcl1le three rree miles west westyields westyields
yields up to eight bushels per acre are arereportto arereported
reported reporttolhe reportedThe
The seed here Is of tine quality and u umuch amuch
much larger acreage has been allowed to togO togo
gO to seed this year ear than ever before beforeThe beforeThe
The seed already stacked will bring to tothr tothe
the farmers of the valley about oOUO to toYOUNG
JOOOOO
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WOMENHOLD WOMENHOLDCONVENTIONS
HOLD HOLDCONVENTIONS HOLDCONVENTIONSMount CONVENTIONS CONVENTIONSlount
Mount Pleasant Sept 7Annual con conventions conventions
ventions of the Young 11ens and Young YoungLadles YoungLadies
Ladles associations were held In Moronlyusterday Moronl Moronlytlterda
ytlterda The attendance from all the thewards thewards
wards uf the North Sanpete stake was wasexcepUonally wasexceptionally
exceptionally good The sessions were wereheld wereheld
held separately Miss Anna M Cannon Cannonand Cannonand
and Lyman R Iartlnau of Salt Lake LakeFnd Lakemd
Fnd members of the M I A general board boardspoke boardspoke
spoke spokel
l
LAYTON BREVITIES BREVITIESLayton
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Layton Sept 27E P Ellison Evan EvanE1Jlson EvanEllison
Ellison J S Adams J H Vhlt slde and andCharlet andCharles
Charles Nalder left last night for Ray Raymond Raymond
mond Canada They Intend to remain remainas
as long as the sugar factor runs runsJ
J A Sill has resigned his position SF SFrural asrural
rural free delivery agent and has entered enteredthe
the medical department at the University Vnlversltyof
of Utah rtahhool UtahSchool
School hool commenced today with a good goodattendance goodattendance
attendance attendanceRECOVERS attendanceRECOVERS
RECOVERS PURSE FROM FROMBELLIGERENT FROMBELLIGERENT
BELLIGERENT NEGRESS NEGRESSA
A holdup In which the Intended victim victimwas lcUmwas
was instrumental In the capture of the thenegress thenegress
negress who he rays tried to rob him himtook himtook
took place Iace near the corner of Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South and Second Vest streets last nl night nightGus ht htGus
Gus Yarns and John Fisher were walking walkingon walkin walkinon
on Second South when 8 negress attractcd attractcdthtlr attractetheir
their attention After a moment or two twoVaras twoVaras
Varas missed his purse He reached Into Intothe intothe
the pocket oC a jacket worn b by the thewoman thewoman
woman and found It She began to tight tightand fightand
and scream that she was being rObbed rObbedJailer robbedJailer I
Jailer Bert Siegel heard her and too took k her herinto
Into custody She said hr name was wasIay wasMay I
May Jones JonesI JonesEXHIBITORS
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Mr Francis Sheppard of Scranton ScrantonPa
Pa says that he was left so weak weakafter weakafter
after an attack of typhoid fever feverthat feverthat
that he could scarcely walk He Hetook Hetook
took Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey Whiskeyone
one bottle put him on his feet The Thesecond Thesecond
second bottle gave him his old oldtime oldtime
time vigor and strength He rep repommends reppmmends
ommends it to all who are weak weakand weakand
and need something to build them themup themup
up
Having read a great deal about aboutDuffys aboutDuffys
Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey I decided decidedto
to try it and cannot praise It too much muchDuring muchDuring
During the typhoid epidemic in or city citytwo citytwo
two years ago I happened to be one ot otthe ofthe
the victims one ot the lucky victims victimsthank victimsthank
thank God It left me In such a weak weakcondition weakcondItion
condition that I was scarcely able to towalk towalk
walk Thanks to DuffsPure Duffys Pure Malt MaltWhiskey MaltWhiskey
Whiskey after taking one bottle of it I Iwas Iwas
was able to go to my work After the thesecond thesecond
second bottle I can say I am entirely entirelywlJ
well I think there Is nothing equal to toit toit
it and would recommend It to anyone anyonewho anyonewho
who Is run down with fever or any other otherdisease otherdisease
disease Although I do not drink liquor liquorIn
In any form I do recommend Duttys
Pure Matt Whiskey as per directions directionsMR
MR FRAN FRANCIS < IS SHEPPARD Francis Sheppard Scranton Par ParDuffys PaDuffys
Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey Whiskeyas V
as a tonic and stimulant when convalescing after fever is the greatest strengthgiver known to science It destroys destroysdisease destroysdisease
disease germs and b by Its building and healing properties restores tissues in a gradual healthy natural manner It ItIs Itis
Is a wonderful specific in the treatment and cure of consumption pneumonia grippe bronchitis coughs colds malaria malarialoW malarialow
loW fevers stomach troubles and all wasting weakened diseased conditions cndltlonsIf
If III need ot advice write Medical Department The Duffy Malt Whiskey Company Rochester New York stat statng statIng
Ing ng your case fUlly Our doctors will send you advice free frees together with a handsome Illustrated medical booklet bookletontainlng bookletcontaining
containing some ot the many gratifying letters recelvedtrom received from men and women In all walks of life both old and andoung andyoung
young who have been cured and benefited by the use or this great medicine It is sold everywhere by druggists druggistsgrocrs druggistsgrocers
grocers and dealers or shipped direct for 100 per bottle
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You are safe in saying it is not less than 110000 110000There
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