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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY OCT 2 1909 3
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T HAPPENiNGS IN UTAH OT 4H TOWNS TO WNS1 I
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Offlce410 Office 410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation streetCirculation streetCirculation
Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfirth Twentyfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden StreetOgden
Ogden Friday Oct 1
CHOOSE COUNCil COUNCilt
i t b AND ANDDELEGATES ANDDELEGATESOgden OHEGATES OHEGATESOgden
Ogden Republicans Hold Ward WardConventions WardConventions WardConventions
Conventions and Select SelectCity SelectCity SelectCity
City Candidates CandidatesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 Nominations for the city citycouncil citycouncil citycouncilil
council were we made at the Republican Republicanward
ward conventions here tonight and < dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates were appointed for the city cit con convention convnUon convention ¬
vention to be held Oct i 7The iThe iThe
The conventions were well attended attendedsome attendedsom attendedsome
some of the meeting places being filled filledto
to overflowing overflowingIn overflowinIn
In the th First ward John W Austin the thepresent theprtsent thepresent
present councilman was renominated and andthe andthe andthe
the following delegates to the city ctt con convention convention convention ¬
vention were elected Mrs Mary L LShipp LShipp LShipp
Shipp Genet Bingham Mary lar E Vance VanceMrs Van VanceMrs e eMrs
Mrs Anna Mills Jerome Brown R Pin Pincock Pmocl Pineoct
cock ocl J B McCracken S C Woods Olive Olivefollins OliveCollinii OliveCollins
Collins Jam Warner J J Murphy Iurph Peter PeterIwjlin PeterNaylln Peter1aylin
Iwjlin Leon Browning W T J CritchlowJoseph Critchlow CritchlowJoseph CritchlowT
Joseph T s > ph Paine jr Thomas Jones James JamesIlaffln JamesClaffln Jameslaffin
Ilaffln Florence Flor n O Stanford William WilliamAllison WilliamAllison IUlam
Allison 11 ison William Moyea Ioye Kate ONeill J JV JY JV
V Nelson Henry Emmett Emm tt R E Wilson WilsonGeorge WilsonGeorge 11 son sonGeorge
George Wilson Vils > n George Watts atts Seth SethThomas SethThomas SethThomas
Thomas A D Baker H A Hill Amos Amosbebnng Amosb AmosSebring
bebnng b > bring Thomas Doxey Mrs Irs Lettie LettieSecond LettieBlak LettieBlak
BlakSecond Blak BlakSecond >
Second ward wardFor For councilman J T H HLarson HLarson HLarson
Larson delegates Bertha Anderson And rSn WH WHTiam William VIIHam
Ham C Howell E W Kennedy Jessie JessieE
E Nelson Mrs Irs L A Anderson A H HDowns HDowns HDowns
Downs Ezra Richardson M 1 Murphy J JH JH T TH
H Larson E D McGuire William Hill HillD HiliW HillI
I W D 1 VanDyke jr M 1 D Richardson RichardsonElias RichardsonElias RichardsonElias
Elias King A H HMoyes Moyes Ioes L A Vandyke VandykePeter VandkePtter VandykePeter
Peter Minnock George Dinsdale DinsdaleThird DinsdaleTh DinedaleThird
Third Th Ird ward wardFor For councilman J T J Bark Bar Barkir Barkr
kir k r delegates J L 1 Wilson William WilliamCraig Williamraig Yllliamraig
raig John Farr R W V Stone A I
Stone J T M 1 Forristall Edwin Dlx Joseph TosephR
15 Dana P Peterson Charles Zeimer ZeimerGeorge Zeimerporge ZeimerGeorge
George porge H Butler C L Leavitt Paul Paulhristensen PaulChristensen PaulChristensen
Christensen B F Gall Myrtillo Shaw Shaw1o11s
Mrs D F Chatlan J C Simons J A
Randall O H Mohlman W Yo A Shaw ShawNiels ShawNIels ShawNiels
Niels Anderson AndersonFourth AndersonFourth AndersonFourth
Fourth ward wardFor For councilman Parley P P1oIoes
Moyes delegates Moroni Skeen J W
Pidcock F M II Driggs George J Kelley Kelle
E A Stratford W L 1 Porter W F
Fife James Wotherspoon J D Bluth
C R Hollingsworth Reese Powell
Thomas B Farr J S Carver George D
Folkman Barlow P Wilson lIson Evelyn E Est Ee
West e st D W Yo Ellis Walter alter Richey J Jw
w s Chambers rs c A Parmley Frank
Peterson A W Yo Brown Arthur Kuhn I
Sam G Dye Robert B Lewis Sam Kline
Parley Parle P Moyes J T H DeZlne J T D Doliis D11aLis
11aLis allis E M Allison Thomas A Reed I
D A Bowman Robert Robinson
Fifth ward wardFor For councilman Dr G A
Dixon delegates T E Matthews J L
Reynolds Wallace Yalla Folger George A
Graves Georp Gear a ° Halverson Ralph Guth Guthrles Guthrlfs Guthrles
rles E T Hulaniski C D Ives John Johnulley Johnulley
Cullp ulley H C Jacobs George H Davis
Richard Taylor T B Wheelwright F H
Jitndershot James E Halverson J D
Murphy W J Lindsay F F Dalton
James T1m s Banant Ba Ballantne ant > n nE < > James Tam < s Coleman I N
I Ii iirc irpf tTMrs Mrs Irs Anna Miller Francis Francis L
W 1 Wood ood Henry Denkers Carl Allison J T Tv W
uuleox v Mrs L J T Holther
YOUNG WOMAN IS ISAT ISAT ISAT
AT END Er D OF SUFFERINGS SUFFERINGSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IAt At the family famil residence
2T5 22 j Madison avenue at 3 oclock yesterdar yester yesterday esterda ¬
day da afternoon Miss Emma Isabelle ImbelleJackson I8abellTakson IsabelleJackson
Jackson the 16yearold daughter of ofAaron ofAaron ofAaron
Aaron and Eliza Rawson Jackson died diedafter diedafter diedafter
after a long illness of leakage of the theheart theheart theheart
heart superinduced by rheumatism rheumatismfrom
from which she has been a sufferer for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several years IltrS She was born in Ogden OgdenS OgdenSpt OgdenSept
S Sept pt 12 I 1893 Time and place of funeral funeralwill funeralwUl funeralwill
will be announced later
OGDEN WOMAN ROBBED ROBBEDAND ROBBEDAND ROBBEDAND
AND HURT IN STREET STREETSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 1While While walking along
Twentyfifth street tonight between betweenMadison betweenIadison betweenMadison
Madison and Jefferson avenues Mrs MrsSarah MrsSarah Irs IrsSarah
Sarah Reiser was accosted by a man
who snatched her hand satchel It con contained contained contained ¬
tained a gold watch and a bracelet val valued valued valued ¬
ued at J100 100 and 1610 In cash During the thescuffle thpscuffle thescuffle
scuffle the woman was knocked down downand downand downand
and suffered severe Injuries and had to
I be carried to her home nearby nearb She gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the police a good description of her as assailant assailant assailant ¬
sailant
Why Many Women Suffer SufferFrom SufferFrom SufferFrom
From Constipation ConstipationThe
The Natnralllemedy NatnralllemedyThe
The delicate and intricate character of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th female organs makes mak them most sus suscrptible susCtptible susceptible
crptible to irregularity and it is most im important importaltt importa ¬
portant t that each one shouldjhe 8hould kept k pt in incocditlon Incodltlon incotditlon
cocditlon to perform its duties dut in n a normal nor normal normal ¬
mal manner When womankind is per performing performing performing ¬
forming the functions peculiar to her sex sexthere sexthEre sexthere
there is a decided tendency to sluggish sluggishness ¬
ness ne s of the bowels Nature ature then requires requiresa
a gentle assistant Not powerful and ex expensive exptonslve expensive ¬
pensive remedies which are so drastic as asto asto asto
to damage the tender lining of the bow bowels bowels bowels ¬
els and do more harm than good but a apure apure apure
pure and harmless laxative such as asFrNYADI asFrNYAPI asPLNYAPI
FrNYADI JANOS Water the famous famousNatural famousXatUlal famousNatural
Natural Laxative Onehalf a tumblerful tumblerfultaken tumblerfultakEn tumblerfultaken
taken on arising will move the bowels bowelsgtntly bowelsglut bowelsgrntly
gtntly glut but copiously and in a natural naturalmanner naturalrrmner naturalmanner
manner One bottle contains many man doses dosesand dosesand dosesand
and costs but a trifle trifleAt trifleAt trifleAt
At all Dmgglsts Druggistsbllt but look out for or un uns unsrupulous
s rupulous druggists who will substitute substituteunless substituteunless substituteunless
unless you ask for HrNTADI JAXOS
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coats that sell under the makers 1 names at
2000 We also show splendid sample samplesuits samplesuits samplesuits
suits and overcoats at 2000 and 2500 2500which 2500which 2500which
which did we mention the names of the themanufacturers themanuf themanuf I
manufacturers manuf turers would have to bring 2500 2500to
r to 4000 4000we we close out sample lines for forlarge forlarge forlarge
large manufacturers manufacturersthats thats the secret of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lowness of the prices pricesSample pricesSample pricesSample
Sample Suit S it House HouseState
State Street Bungalow Theatre Bldg
YES YESA
A cup of good bracing Tea will willoften willoften willoften
often save a spell of sickness sicknessIt
It stimulates the nerves and andstrengthens andstrengthens andstrengthens
strengthens the body hodyHEWLETTS bodyHEVLETTS bodyHEWLETTS
HEWLETTS HEWLETTSUNCQLORED HEWLETTSUNCPLORED
UNCQLORED TEAS TEASWILL TEASWILL
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100 New Students StudentsEnrolled StudentsEnrolled StudentsEnrolled
Enrolled Last Night NightThis NightI I
This Is Why WhyXleht I
Xleht Xight School Is the halo RIII School Schoolat I
at Y M C A The Instructors Instructorsare
are employed not because they theyare theyare theyare
are good day da school teachers but
because they the know how to In Instruct Instruct instruct ¬
struct employed men and boyshow boys boyshow boyshow
how to fit night study Into day daywork da danork daywork
work
To profitably proCitabhoc oc6upy upy the theleisure theleisure theleisure
leisure hours of men said Presi President Prcldent Presldent ¬
dent raft In this city clt is the thebiiMlnoMn thebuluelili thebuslnoss
biiMlnoMn of the Y 31 C A of officers officer officers ¬
ficers > and they are experts in intheir intheir
their line lineIt lineIt lineIt I
It has hastaken taken 30 yearn CRr of ex exchange exchange ¬
change of experience between the theY theY theY I
Y M C A schools of Washing Washington ¬
ton Montreal Chicago Portland PortlandSalt PortlandSalt PortlandSalt
Salt Lake and 500 other principal principalcities principalcities I Icities
cities to produce this Y M I C A Aclass Aclass I
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The 585 s 85 students of lad year yearwill yearwill cnr I
I will tell you OU that the Association AssociationInstitute AssociationInstitute AssociationInstitute
Institute Is up to the last minute minutein
in night school work workAmong workAmong
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Among the forty > rty courses are areAdvertising areAdvertising I IAdcrtltduK
Advertising AdvertisingAlgebra Mncliitic Design DesigMcclinnicnl DesignAlgebra I
Algebra AlgebraArchitectural Mechanical McclinnicnlDrafting MechanicalArchitectural
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Arithmetic ArithmeticAuluniolille ture curesAutomohlle turePenmanship I IAutomohlle
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Chemistry ChcinUtryCivil ing ingPublic Ill IllCldl IndCivil
Civil Service ServiceExaminations Public Speak Speaking SpenkExnmlnnUolis SpeakExaminations ¬
Examinations ExaminationsCorrespondence ing ingHlictorle IngCorreHpoudence inbCorrespondence
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German GermanGrammar Telegraphy TelegraphyTopographical TelegrnllbGrammnr TelcgrnplryGrammer
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IS BEING CONSTRUCTED CONSTRUCTEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IThe The revised and ap approved approved approved ¬
proved plans for the Harriman Joint Jointfreight jointfreight jointfreight
freight depot at Ogden have just been beenreceived beenrecelv beenreceived
received d by Engineer A Q Campbell Campbelland
and th work of excavating for th thhandsome thhandsome the thehandsome
handsome new 100000 structure will be begin begin begin ¬
gin next week The structural Iron was wasordered wasordered wasordered
ordered last week and will wll arrive as assoon assoon assoon
soon as the basement is completed and andthe andthe andthe
the walls ready read The basement of the thenew thenew thenew
new building will be beutilized utilized for the thestorage thetorage thestorage
storage of records and for lavatory and andthe andthe andthe
the first floor will be occupied by b Cash Cashier CashIer Cashier ¬
ier McGaw and his staff and the receiv receiving receivIng receiving ¬
ing and shipping clerks with freight freighthandlers freighthandlers freighthandlers
handlers and checkers and the like
POSTMASTER GENERALHITCHCOCK GENERAL GENERALHITCHCOCK GENERALHITCHCOCK
HITCHCOCK ENTERTAINED ENTERTAINEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IThis This morning at 930oclock 930 930oclock 930oclock
oclock Postmaster General of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Frank H Hitchcock arrived in inOgden inOgden inOgden
Ogden from Yellowstone park Accom Accompanying Accompanlng Accompanying ¬
panying him was Postmaster Fisk of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and Assistant Postmaster Gen General Genernl General ¬
eral Hall Postmaster Shurtllff and Wil jVililam WIIlIam William ¬
liam Glasmann took the party for an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile ride through the city clt and up upthe upthe upthe
the canyon reaching the Weber club clubrooms clubrooms clubrooms
rooms on the return at 12 oclock where whereA
A R Heywood tendered the party a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon John S Houtz Captain E T THulanlskl THulanlskl THulaniski
Hulanlskl and Judge Heywood He wood and others oth others others ¬
ers greeted the party pnrtyat at the club and the theparty th thparty theparty
party left for Salt Lake
TO PREVENT EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICHealth
Health Officer Takes Precautions PrecautionsAgainst PrecautionsAgainst PrecautionsAgainst
Against Typhoid TyphoidSpecial TyphoidSpecial TyphoidSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IReports Reports from the city cityhealth clt clthf citylealth
health hf < Blth department today toda Indicate that thattyphoid thattphald thattyphoid
typhoid fever fev r is slightly lIghtl Increasing Seri Serious Serious Serious ¬
ous conditions ere not threatened but In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to keno ke o the disease within reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able bounds the th physicians have been In Instructed Instructed instructed ¬
structed to report all cases as soon as asthe asthe asthe
the diagnosis is made The health offi officer officer offcer ¬
cer proposes to t < < l keep a close record of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the disease
DREAD DISEASE APPEARS APPEARSCauses
Causes Paralysis Among Children ChildrenAfter ChildrenAfter C iidren iidrenAfter
After Cholera InfantumSpecial Infantum InfantumSpecial InfantumSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IAn An ailment that resembles resem resembles resemSHes ¬
bles in many ways spinal meningitis but butis butIs butis
is known to the medical profession as anterior an anterior anterior ¬
terior follamyelitis or infantile paralysis paralysisis
is prevalent here The paralysis follows followsan
an attack of cholera infantum and ex extends extends extends ¬
tends either to the lower limbs or to the thevital thevital thevital
vital organs and the chest and throat throatThere throatThere throatThere
There have been a few cases reported reportedbut
but not enough en > ugh to warrant fear of an anepidemic anepidemic anepidemic
epidemic Minneapolis Minn was visited visitedby
by b an epidemic of this disease a few fewyears fewears fewyears
years ears ago during which much loss of life lifeocurred lifeocurred lifeoeurred
ocurred
BEGINS ON POWER PLANT PLANTSpecial PLANTSpecial PLANTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct O t 1 Construction work on the thepower th thpower thepower
power house of the Utah Light Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way company com pan near the mouth of Weber Webercanyon Webercanyon VebtrC8non
canyon was begun yesterday and it is theIntention the theintention th thIntention
intention of the company to continue vig vigorously vigorous vigorously ¬
orously orous until he plant is completed
REALTY REAL TV TRANSFERS TRANSFERSSpecial TRANSFERSSpecial TRANSFERSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 1 IThe The following real es esate estate estate
tate transfers have been filed for record recordIn
In r the office of County Count Recorder Wal Walftce Wallace Vallace
lace laceDavid laceDavid ftce ftceDavid
David I Moore and wife to Amelia AmeliaPettlgrew AmeliaPettlgrev AmeliaPettigrew
Pettlgrew an easement eas ment for or a ditch ditchfor ditchtor ditchfor
for irrigating purposes purposesCharles purposesCharles purposesCharles
Charles H Gosling and wife to Fred FredC
C Shumakir r and Serah Adams Adamslot
lot 12 1 2 block 2 Rlverdale addition additionto
to Ogden 1000 1000Lnion 1000Union 1000Union
Union Savings t Investment company com company company ¬
pany to H Henry jnry Blair part of lot 2 2block 29 29block 29block
block 10 South Ogden survey surve ltf
MIDV MIDVAE ALE MUNIGIP At TICKET TICKETMass
Mass Convention Is Held in New NewTown NewTown NewTown
Town and Nominations NominationsAre
Are Made MadeSpecial MadeSpecial MadeSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMidvale HeraldRepublicanMldale
Midvale Oct 1 IA A mass convention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the citizens of Midvale was held at atGoffs atGofts atGoffs
Goffs hall at S oclock tonight to per perfect perfeet perfect ¬
fect the organization and nominate a amunicipal amunicipal amunicipal
municipal ticket the first for f r the new newcity newclt newcity
city clt of Midvale George Mitchell act acting actIng acting ¬
ing as temporary chairman and R E EDouglas EDouglas EDouglas
Douglas secretary called the meeting meetingto
to order Niels Lind was chosen perma permanent permanent permanent ¬
nent chairman and B J T Greene permanent perma permanent permanent ¬
nent secretary secretaryAfter secretanAfter secretaryAfter
After the adoption of the committee re
Mayor Hyrum Goff recorder Edward EdwardA
A Bflteman treasurer R E Douglas Douglascity Douglascity Douglascity
city justice Niels Iels Lind all by b acclama acclamation acclamation acclamation ¬
tion councilmen Harry Harr P Miller for forlong forlong or orIonS
long term Patrick E Sullivan John M MWatson 101Vats MWatson
Watson Vats n R H McDonald and Holland HollandE
E Benedict for short term termWith termVlth termWith
With two exceptions all the nominees nomineesare
are the p pr present reson nt t Incumbents and It is the thegeneral tilegeneral thegeneral
general idea that they should be given givenanother givenanother givenanother
another term the residents of the place placebeing pracebelpg placebeipg
being satisfied with their work thus far farThe farThe farThe
The Midvale quartet and Miss Clarissa ClarissaGoff ClarissaGoff ClarissaGoff
Goff furnished the music for the convention con convention conentlon ¬
vention
STRIKERS GET PAY AND ANDWATCH ANDWATCH I
WATCH FOR JAPANESE JAPANESESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bingham Oct 1 IThe The strike situ situation bitUatlon situation ¬
ation tonight is quiet None of the thestrikers thestrikers I
strikers have treated any disturbance disturbanceThe
The 500 Greek miners who struck for foran foran I Ian I
an increase fn pay pa went to the offices officesof
of the Utah Copper company this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and received their pay pa paA
A rumor was circulated this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon that 200 OO Japs were being brought
Into town to take the places of the thestrikers thestrikers
strikers Two hundred strikers im immediately Immediately immediately ¬ I
mediately gathered along the Denver DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grand railroad line and another anotherdetachment anotherdetachment anotherdetachment j
detachment assembled along the High Highline Highline Highline
line to watch every ever entrance to the thecamp thecamp I Icamp
camp The strikers waited w lted all afternoon after afternoon atternoon ¬
noon but no Japs arrived Finally after af after a I
ter leaving a few sentinels on watchthe watch i ithe I Ithe
the strikers went home
MINER IS S BADLY HURT HURTWHEN HURTWHEN HURTWHEN
WHEN CHARGE EXPLODES EXPLODESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican lThraldRepublicangmerlcan HeraldRepublicanAmerican H
American Fork Oct 1 IWhile While tamping tampinga
a charge of powder in the Wasatch WasatchRange WasatchRange WasatchRange
Range mine John Chadwick was blown blowninto blownInto blowninto
into a crosscut by an explosion and se severely severel severely ¬
verely verel Injured Four other charges had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been put in and Chadwick was tamping tampingthe tampingthe
the fifth The explosion of the first firstcharge firstcharge firstcharge
charge blew him some distance away be before before before ¬
fore the concussion exploded the other othercharges othercharges othercharges
charges He was as taken to American AmericanFork AmlrlcanFork AmerlcahFork
Fork where eurgeofls believe he will re recover recoer recover ¬
cover
BINGHAM BRIEFS BRIEFSSpecial BRIEFSSpecIal BRIEFSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Oct 1 IJarothlos Jarotliios Coro Corogionis CoroIonls Corogfonla
gionis Ionls an Austrian was fined 15 be before befcre before ¬
fore Judge Frank H Cellventra Cell ventra yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday for disturbing the peace by byshooting byshooting byshooting
shooting out of a window at a Upper UpperBlngham UpperBlnJham UpperBingham
Bingham BlnghamMike BlnJhamMtke BinghamMike
Mike Kordusuntas and Frank Kol Kolleas Kolleas
leas of Upper Bingham both Aus Austrlans Austrians Austrians
trians were fined JIG 15 eachfor dls dlsturbing dlsturblng dieturbing
turbing the peace by promiscuously promiscuouslydischarging promlscuousldischarging promiscuouslydischarging
discharging firearms on the street streetOne streetOne streetOne
One of the buckets of the Highland HighlandBoy HhhlandBo
Boy Bo tramway fell at Highland Boy Boyyesterday Boyyesterday Boyyesterday
yesterday striking William Buckley Buckleywith Buckleywith Buckleywith
with such force as to knock him himalawn himalawnrendering flown flownrendering lcnvnrendering
rendering him unconscious for some sometime sometime sometime
time Several of his ribs are reported reportedto
to have been broken He will be taken takento
to the KeoghHammond hospital ln doSalt < lnSalt InSalt
Salt Lake today toda
i
HONEY HON EY KINGS KI NdlslI OUTPUT OUTPUTSpecial OUTPUTSpecial OUTPUTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanMonroe HeraldRepublicanMonroe
Monroe Oct I Rlciard A Lowe Lowethe Lowethe Lowethe
the honey king of Sevier Valley Valleyshipped VaHeyshipped Valleyshipped
shipped 31000 pounds of honey this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season at an approximate value of
2000
IPROVO I PftOVO PftOVOAt CITY COIVrN COVEN1IO COVEN1IOAt l I N NAt
At Republican Primaries in Garden GardenCity GardenCity GardenCity
City Nominations Are e Made MadeMn Madelin Madetin
Mn Wards WardsSpecial WardsSpecial WardsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 1 IAt At the Republican pri primaries primaries primaries ¬
maries tonight every delegate excepting exceptingthose exceptlnthose exceptingthose
those from the Third ward was al Instruct Instructed In truct tructed ¬
ed tocast to cast his vote for prohibition In Invain Invain Invain
vain a resolution providing the strictest strictestkind strictestIdnd strictestkind
kind of regulation for saloons was intro intro3ticd Intro1uCfd intro3uced
3ticd The city elt convention will be held heldIn heldIn heldin
In the dpera house Oct 9 Officials chos chosen ¬
en tonight were wereFirst wereFirst wereFirst
First Ward WardW W K Spafford chairman chairmanGeorge chairmanGeorge chairmanGeorge
George E Judd secretary central com committee committee committee ¬
mittee James G Duffin and Mrs D H HThomas HThomas HThomas
Thomas councilman R E Allen AllenSecond AllpnSecond AllenSecond
Second Ward WardChairman Chairman Arthur Cra Craven Crnyen Craven ¬
ven secretary Brigham Johnson cen central central central ¬
tral committee S H Goodwin and A H HAhlender HAblender HAhlender
Ahlender councilman Andrew Knudsen Knudsento
to succeed self selfThird seltThird selfThird
Third Vardhllirmanj Ward Chalrinan Thomas John Johnsecretary Johnsecretary Tohnsecrctar
secretary Carl Johnson central commit committee cdmmittee ¬
tee Carl Nelson and Mrs Emma Zabriskie Za Zabriskie Zabriskie
briskie councilman A W V Harding HardingFourth HardingFourth HardingFourth
Fourth Ward VardChalrman Chairman A A Noon Noonsecretary Noonsecretuy Noonsecretary
secretary Haney duff central com committee oommlttee committee ¬
mittee John Rebel and Mrs Irs Mettle MettleBeck MettleDeck MettleBeck
Beck councilman George Powelson PowelsonFifth PowelsonFifth PowelsonFifth
Fifth AVard VllrdChalrml1 Chairman John Saxey Saxeysecretary Saxers SaxeyMsecretary
secretary s cretar R R Thorn assistant secre secretiry sacreLry secretary
tiry John W r Cor or omV < > v r csntral commit commute ¬
tee te t > George H Br Drmhall cabal and Mrs Irs J D DKllT DI DKlkr
KllT I tllr councilman UM e Bev J Challen ChallenSrjith ChallenSrllth ChailenSmith
Smith
MT PLEASANT PLEISiTNew PEASNTNOW NOW If DRY DRYUew If
New license Ordinance Is Put Into IntoEffect IntoEffect IntoEffect
Effect and All the Sa Saloons Saloons Saloons ¬
loons Close CloseSpecial ClosSpecial CloseSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMount
Mount Pleasant Oct 1 IMount IMountPleasant 1MountPleasant Mount MountPleasant
Pleasant was a dry town today The Thelid Thelid Thelid
lid was put on tight last night at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock when all saloons closed their theirdoors theirdoors theirdoors
doors In compliance with the terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ordinance recently passed the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon keepers closing rather than pay paythe paythe paythe
the 2000 license license for the sale of liquor liquorand liquorand liquorand
and 600 a year for each pool table tableThe tableThe tableThe
The license on pool tables was fixed fixedat
at a special meeting of council this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week The saloon keepers presented presenteda
a petition asking to be allowed to conduct con conduct conduct ¬
duct their business under old regu regulations regulations regulations ¬
lations until Jan 1 this being the thedate the110te thedate
date set by Spring City Clt Ephraim and andMantl and1lanU andManti
Mantl for closing but the th petition was wasdenied wasdenied wasdenied
denied The saloon people will try to tohave tohave tohave
have the ordinance repealed
THATCHER
IS FILED AT LOGAN LOGANSpecial LOG LOGANSpecial N NSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanLogan
Logan Oct 1 IThe The will of Moses MosesThatcher MosesThatcher MosesThatcher
Thatcher was filed for probate yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da as predicted in yesterdays dis dispatches dispatches dispatches ¬
patches In transmitting the names namesever namescVer namescver
cVer the wire the name of Lydia A
i j ii i iThatcher
Thatcher was made to read Lettie A AThatcher
Thatcher ThatcherTh
The Th surviving widows are LettieThatcher T TThe Lettie LettieThatcher LettieTltatcher
Thatcher and Georgina Smw Sn nv Thatcher Thatcherthe
the latter being a resident of SaltLake Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Lydia A Thatcher died some sometime sometime sometime
time ago and was the mother of ofClerice otClerlce ofClerice
Clerice Thatcher Th tcher who was b the only one oneof oneof oneof
of the children who was cut off with
51 1
PROJECTABANDONED PROJECTABANDONEDBig PROJECT ABANDONED ABANDONEDBig
Big Irrigation Scheme scte ft for > r WeberCounty Weber WeberCounty WeberCounty
County Is Declared Off OffSpecial OffSpEcial OffSpecial
Special to The H raldRepublioan 1I181dRepubllcanKasvllle HraidRepublicanKaysville raldRepublioanKaysville
Kaysville Oct I IWord Word was received receivedhere rEfJPlvedbere receivedhere
here today to the effect that the newirrigation new newirrigation newIrrigation
irrigation project which has been under underdiscussion urmerdiscussion underdiscussion
discussion in Davis and Weber counties countiesfor countiesorsgeral
for orsgeral several weeks has been abandoned abandonedfor
for the present at least owing to oppo opposition opposition opposition ¬
sition from unlookedfor sources This Thisnws Thilln
nws n ° ws was conveyed in a letter lett r from fromCharles froaCharles fromCharles
Charles C Shepard of Weber eber county to toone toone toone
one of the citizens of this countywho countywhowas county whowas who whowas
was interested in the th project projectIn
In this letter Mr Shepard Sh pard says a cam campaign C8mpalrn campaign ¬
paign of misrepresentation has been carried car carried CRrrled ¬
ried on which has turned turn d many of theland the theland theland
land owners against what Mr Ir Shepard Shepardbelieves Shepnrdbelieves Sleptlrbelieves
believes to be their best Interests
MRS E MARSHALL DEADSpecial DEAD DEADSpecial DEADSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanCoalyille HeraldRepublicanCoalyllle HeraldRepublicanCoalyille
Coalyille Oct 1 11118 Mrs ElizabethMarshall Elizabeth ElizabethMarshall ElizabethlIar
Marshall lIar hl1l1 died this morning from fromparalysis tromparalysis fromparalysis
paralysis She was a native of Eng England England England ¬
land and about 60 years ears of age She Sheleaves Sheleaves hE hEi
i leaves a large family and a husband husbandFuneral husbandI husbandFuneral
I Funeral services will be held tomor tom OF ¬
I
j I row afternoor afternoorhouse in the Cluff ward meet
I
Ing house
Convalesce Cnnvalrnccnphoid Con lecc e after pneumonia t tid tphoid tc tcphoid
phoid fever a atimes aid id the grip is some someapparent
times merely merelymake apparent not real Tn Tnand 1 1make 10make
make It real realother and rapid there is n no no noother nuother
other tonic tonicmended o highly hl hly to be recom reconiJds recommended recommended
mended as H Hsanda < ids > Sarsaparllla Thou Thoufy Thousands Thousands
sands so test fy Take Hoods
MOB OF G GRESCU1 LEEK STRI STRIKERS STRIKERSFOUR STRIKERSRESCU IKERS IKERSRESCU
RESCU RESCU1Special FOUR PRISONERS PRISONERSSpecial
Special to toBtngham he HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicant HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBtngham
Btngham 0 ODeputy > t 2 2Early Early this morning
Deputy DeputyShprif Sherif SherifCoates s J T J Forbes and B BCoates B BI nCoates
Coates arreste arrestearmed 1 four strikers who wer weruns weTarmed werarmed
armed with withD uns and knives on tM tMyllne tll tllI thD
D I A R G si sihib yllne onevof one or whom hom threw threwWhen
hid gun away awayOn When hen he saw the officer officertown offlcorsOn offlcerOn
On the way t imet > town the deputies wer werb wermet weremet >
met ly i yamb a m mstrikers b of seventyfive se ntnve Greek Greekook Greekstrikers Greekstrikers
strikers who whotheir ook the men away from troIUthelr fromtheir
their captors eapt rs

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