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Ogden en News NewsOffice
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation streetClrculaUou
Circulation Department 366 6 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden StreetT StreetOgden
Ogden Tuesday T us Oct 5 1
loss of Hat However May MayPrevent MayPrevent MayPrevent
Prevent Conviction of Sus Suspect Suspect Suspect ¬
pect Identified IdentifiedSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogd Ogden n Oct 6 GLalit Last evening as Joseph JosephPaine JosephPaine JoeeplPaine
Paine approached his home on Twenty TwentySixth Twntysixth Twentysixth
Sixth street between Lincoln and Wall Wallavenues Wallavenues Vallavenuell
avenues a fellow arose from a crouch crouching crouchIng crouchlug ¬
ing position and fld ordered him to throw throwup
up his hand Mr Ir Paine grabbed the thebarrel thebarrel thebarrel
barrel o of the revolver at the same time timereaching timefEachlng timereaching
reaching for his own revolver In his hip hippocket hippocket hIppocket
pocket In the struggle that ensued the thelioldup the1101dup theholdup
holdup succeeded in retaining his own re reolver reVolwr revolver
olver but when he found himself free freefrom freefrum freefrom
from the grasp of Mr Paine he ran away awayair away1tr
air 11 Paine fired a shot at the fellow as aslie aslie ase
lie e ran and undertook to fire the second secondbut secondbut secondbut
but the revolver failed to work workla
la the excrement the wouldbe holdup holduplost holduplost holduplost
lost his hat which Mr Paine picked up upat upat upat
at the gate gateOne pteOne gateOe
One of the Paine boys poked his head headout headout headcut
out an upatairs etaIra window and realizing realizingthe
the situation called to his father Shoot Shoothim Shoot1lim Shootini
him ini pa shoot him himAt himt
At t about 1 oclock a suspicious looking lookingWan lookingInan lookingian
Wan hatle s was arrested in a saloon saloonon
on Twentyfifth street Mr Paine rec recognized recognized recognized ¬
ognized the man arrested as the identical identicalfellow identicalfellow Identicalfellow
fellow who attempted l to hold him up upToday upToday upToday
Today however when Mr Paine went wentto wentto wentto
to tin station he was shown the hat he henas hewas hewas
was supposed tp t have left as the one be belonging belonl1ng belon1ng ¬
longing to the holdup but Mr Jr Paine de declared declar dedared ¬
dared clar d that it was not the hat that He Hehad liebad
had picked up at his gate last night The Thehat The1at Theat
hat at is an n important piece of evidence and andJust andjust and3ust
Just what has become of the right hat hatis hatIs hatIs
is somewhat of a mystery
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 5 5Georgt George M 1 Cary and his hiswiff hiswit hiswife
wit Emma Car Cary > were arraigned in po poliif polk po1It
liif lk court this morning on the th charge of ofdisturbing ofdisturbing ofdisturbing
disturbing the poace lt ace The complaint al alleged alIpged alliged ¬
leged that George and Emma entered into intoa
a fierce quarrel at their home George Georgestated Georgestatel Georgestated
stated to the court that he was guilty guiltjbut guiltybut guiltybut
but when Emma was called upon to en enter emter entel ¬
ter a plea she emphatically declared that thatshf thatshe thatshe
she was not guilty The Judge let Emma Emmago
go but George must pay a fine of 5 or orgo orgo orgo
go to jail
i Two Suspects Are Given Preliminary PreliminaryHearing Preliminarya PreliminaryHearing
a Hearing in City Court CourtSpecial CourtSpecial CourtSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct S 5The The preliminary hear hearing hearIvg hearIng ¬
ing of o Charles J Dwyer and H C Van VanHorn VanHorn VanBorn
Horn charged with grand larceny oc occupied occupied orcupled ¬
cupied the municipal court < today todayThe too todayThe a aThe
The complaint alleges that the defend defendants defendants defendants ¬
ants robbed O Yagachlta a Japanese of
15 The alleged oifense was commit committed committd committed ¬
ted Sept 37 7 near the Ogden tabernacle tabernacleOfficer tabernacleOttlNr tabernacleOfficer
Officer C Crompton romp ton made the arrest arrestYagachita arre arrestYagachita t tYagachita
Yagachita says that the men accost accosted ¬
ed e him here in the city and persuaded persuadedhim
him to go to the tal tahernacle > emacle grounds and andtlint andtIt andtLt
tIt at that place the they took his money
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden HeraldR publlcan publlcanOgden publleanOgden
Ogden Oct 5 5Another Another illustration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the old saying The course of true love lovenever lovenever lovenovel
never runs > smooth was given in the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county clerks office yesterday when Adel Adelbert Adelbert Adelbert
bert C Rich Jr and Miss Mary Lovett Lovettgymes LovettSymes LovettSynies
gymes both of Elko Nev applied for a amarriage amarriage amarriage
marriage license The girl was under the theage theage theage
age limit and although she had a letter letterof
of consent con ent from her mother it was not notsigned notsigned notsigned
signed by a notary and County Clerk Dye Dyewas Dyewas Dyewas
was In a Quandary The girl had re received received recelved ¬
ceived a letter from her mother yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day and after comparing the penman penmanship penmanship penmanship ¬
ship with that on th consent Clerk Dye Dyessued DyeIssued Dyeissued
Issued the license Elder John V Bluth Bluthtied Bluthtied Bluthtied
tied the th nuptial knot
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 5 5Maor Mayor Alexander L LBrewer 1 1Brewer LBrewer
Brewer tonight consented to be the can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate for reelection on the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket There appears to be a dearth dearthof
of candidate for the other offices and H His itIs
is probable that the Democrats will have havedifficulty havedlrfleulty havedifficulty
difficulty in filling the ticket The Dem Democratic Democratic Democratle ¬
ocratic primaries will be held tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night and the convention on Oct 9 9The 9The 9The
The Democrats are hoping to induce induceGeorge induceGeorge induceGeorge
George Shorten Short to be a candidate for re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Professor Wlntle for auditor and andValentine andValentine andValentine
Valentine Gideon for city attorney There Thereis
is no Democratic candidate in sight for forthe forthe forthe
the position of municipal judge
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 5 5There There are in the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood of 150 men at work in the Union Uniondepot Uniondepot Uniondepot
depot yards today toda laying concrete and pre preparing preparing preparing ¬
paring to place the ties and rails upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the ten new tracks that will be utilized utilizedfor
for passenger service
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden O en Oct 5Real 5 Real estate transfers transferswere
were made today as follows followsJoseph followsJo followsJoseph
Joseph Jo eph J Hill to Sadie Osterhout part partof
of lots 60 X and 81 1 and an all of lot 50 block
24 4 plat C Ogden survey surveyMargaret surveyMargaret surveyMargaret
Margaret A Moyes to t < t Sophia A Nelson Nelsonpart Nelsonpart Nelsonpart
part of lot 19 block 7 plat A Ogden sur survey surve stirvey ¬
vey ve veyhattie
veyHattfe Hattie C Sampson to J H and William WilliamF
F Garrison Garrl on 15 acres in township 5 sec section section seetion ¬
tion 28 2 Weber county count 6200 6200Reuben 6200Reuben 62COReuben
Reuben J Middltfton and wife Annie Annieto
to John Salt and wife Laura part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the northeast quarter of section SO O town township township township ¬
ship 6 Weber Ve lr county count containing in all
43100 acre
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 5 5Qualnt Quaint odd burlesque burlesqueand
and even grotesque costumes were rep represented repre represented ¬
resented re nted at the fancy dress ball held in the theKnights theKnights theKnights
Knights of Columbus hall last night The Theball Theball Theball
ball was given by the Children of Mary Maryan
an organization composed of the young youngladies youngladies youngladies
ladies of St Josephs Catholic church
Hugh Wright leaps When Team TeamDashes TeamDashes TeamDashes
Dashes Down Street at Ter Terrific Terrific Terrifle ¬
rific Pace PaceSpecial PaceSpecial PaceSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlngham HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingbani
Bingham Oct 5 5Hugh Hugh Wright of the theSchlieppWright theSehlleppright theSehlteppWrlght
SchlieppWright meat market while driv driving drivlag ¬
log the firm delivery wagon at Highland HighlandBoy HighlandBoy
Boy was seriously injured In a runaway runawayat
at 4 oclock this afternoon One of the thebreast thebreast thebreast
breast straps of the harness broke caus causing causing causIng ¬
ing the pole to drop This frightened the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses and they dashed down the steep steepgrade steeplrade steepgrade
grade toward the lower town at a ter terrific terrific terrifle ¬
rific pace The maddened horses tore torepast torepast torepast
past Parrys milk wagon just grazing grazingthe
the wheels At this point Mr Ir Wright Wrightjumped Wrl WrightJumped ht htjumped
jumped but fell in such a way that the thewheels thewheels thewheels
wheels passed over his body causing in internal Internal internal ¬
ternal Injuries
One Miner Killer and Another So Se Seriously Seriously Seriously ¬
riously Injured He May MayNot MayNot NayNot
Not Recover HecoverSpecial RecoverSpecial RecoverSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlngham HcraldRepubllcanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Blngham Oct 5 5By By a cavein at noon noontoday noontoday noontoday
today in the Ben Hur tunnel of the Boa Boaion Boaton Boaton
ton Consolidated mine George Perry and andStojnn and8tojan andStojan
Stojnn Stolanoff were buried under many manyfeet manyfeet manyfeet
feet of dirt and debris Stoianoff was waslead wasdead wasdead
dead when found but Perry who had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been sheltered by an overhead beam was waaalive wasaUve wasalive
alive aliveWhen aUveVhen aliveWhen
When the accident happened Perry was wasrunning wasrunning wasrunning
running a machine and Stolanoff was wasusing wasusing wasusing
using a pick Without any warning the theoverhead theoverhead theoverhead
overhead timbers gave way wa It took the thecorps th thcorps thecorps
corps of rescuers three and a half hours hoursto
to get Perry out His whole scalp was wastorn wastorn wastorn
torn off and he had hadoti1er other serious in injuries injuries injuries ¬
juries juriesIf
If he is able to be moved from the hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital here he will be taken to St Marks Markshospital Markshospital Markshospital
hospital in Salt Lake tomorrow Sur Surgeons SurlIeons Surgeons ¬
geons believe he may ma > recover Perry is
33 years ears old and an oldtime resident of ofBlnham ofBlnham ofBinham
Blnham Stoianoff had ha been here only onlya
a few months
Brigham Voters Will Nominate Can Candidates Candidates Candidates ¬
didates for City Offices OfficesOct OfficesOct OfficesOct
Oct 14 14Special 14Special 14Special
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham H HeraldRepublicanBrigham raldRepubllcanBrigham
Brigham Oct 5 Politicians are astir astirtalking astirtalking astirtalking
talking over the issues for the local cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign The Republican city convention conventionwill
will be held In the court house Oct 14 14at 14at 14at
at which a city ticket wil be named Ap Apportionment Apportionment Apportlonment ¬
portionment of delegates follows Poll 1
14 delegates 7 alternates poll 12 16 dele delegates delegates delegatos ¬
gates 8 alternates poll 3 12 delegates 6 6alternates 6alternates 6alternates
alternates poll 4 9 delegates 5 alter alternates alternates alternates ¬
nates natesJ
J Francis Merrell R L FIshburn jr jrHyrum jrHyrum JrHyrum
Hyrum J Hansen Hans S Larson N NE NE NE
E Mortensen and a number of other otherprominent otherprominent otherprominent
prominent Republicans have been men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned for or mayor mayorOn ma or orOn
On the Democratic side very little as asyet aset asyet
yet et has been said It is generally believed balievedthey believedthey belIevedthey
they will renominate Mayor Blackburn
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephi
Nephi Oct 5 5The The Nephl high school schoolis
is now located In the new Whitmore Whitmoreballding Whitmorebolldlng Whitmorebuilding
building The chemistry zoology agri agriculture agrlculture agriculture ¬
culture and domestic science and art artlaboratories artlaboratories artlaboratories
laboratories are fully full equipped equippedA
A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs MrsReuben MrsReuben Irs IrsReuben
Reuben Stanley Tuesday TuesdayW TuesdaW
W J Ephrisam of Kansas arrived last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week with the machinery for the Nephi Nephiplaster Nephlplaster Nephiplaster
plaster mill millJohn mUtJohn millJohn
John C Painter Is ill illJoseph illJoseph illJoseph
Joseph McCune the little son of Mrs MrsS IrsI
I S B McCune Is seriously ill with diph diphtheria diphtheria diphtherm ¬
theria theriaThe theriaThe thermThe
The stork left baby girls at the homes homesof
of Mr lr and Mrs Irs William Warwood and andMr andtlr andMr
Mr and Mrs E W Peterson of Levan Levanlast Levanlast Levanlast
last Tuesday TuesdayRpy TuesdaRQY TuesdayRy
Rpy Pay has sold his confectionery confectionerystore
store to Ernest and David WInn WInnMiss WinnMiss Inn InnIiss
Miss Edna Bigler and Miss Nina Sid Sidwell Sidwell Sldwell
well have accepted positions in the new newstore newstore newstore
store storeThe storeThe storeThe
The little daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs MrsWillard MrsWillard Irs IrsVillard
Willard Garrett is suffering with diph diphtheria diphtheria diphtheria ¬
theria theriaMarjoria theriaIarjoria theriaMarjorie
Marjorie the 6monthsold daughter of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir and Mrs J R Downs was buried buriedFriday burledFrida buriedFriday
Boys Ring Catches on Nail When He HeFalls HtFalls HoFalls >
Falls From Fence FenceSpecial FenceSpecial FenceSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSprlngville HeraldRepublicanSprlngvll1e HeraldRepublicanSpringvllle
Sprlngville Oct 5 1 1MIIton Milton Harrison 9 9years 9ears 9years
years ears of age son of George Harrison was waswalking waswalking waswalking
walking on the top of a board fence yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday when wh n he fell A ring he wore woreon woreon woreon
on his finger caught on a nail and his hisfinger hisfinger hisfinger
finger was torn from the hand
Hunters s Body Taken From FromJordan FromJordan FromJordan
Jordan River AfterPosse Has HasSearched HasSearched HasSearched
Searched Entire Country CountrySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanAmerican n nAmerican
American Fork Oct 5 5After After an all allday a11day allday
day hunt by b posses the body bodyof of William WilliamSummervllle WilliamSummerville WilliamSummervilie
Summervllle who has been missing since sinceSunday sinceSunday sinceSunday
Sunday was taken from the Jordan river riverLoday rivertOOa rivertoday
today tOOa near American Fork Appearances Appearancesindicated AppearancesIndicated AppearancesIndicated
indicated that he had shot a duck and andhad ant anthad andhad
had gone Into the river after It His Hisheavy Hisheavy Hisheavy
heavy clothing becoming watersoaked watersoakedprobably watersoakedprobably watersoakedprobably
probably dragged him under although he hewas hewas hewas
was an expert swimmer swimmerSaturday swimmerSaturday swimmerSaturday
Saturday evening Summerville and Le Leverne Leverne Leverne
verne Adamson both of American Fork Forkwent Forkwent Forkwent
went hunting At night they camped In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Jordan narrows and Sunday 8unda morning morningwere
were working back home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The last time Adamson saw Summer Summerville Summerville Summeryule
ville was at about 8 oclock Sunday morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing when he started to take a cutoff cutoffacross cutoffacross cutoffacross
across the point of the mountain and andAdamson andAdamson andAdamsori
Adamson followed the wagon road with withthe withthe withthe
the team Summervllle had a shotgun and andabout andabout andabout
about twenty twent shells shellsThe shellsThe shellsThe
The posse that hunted for him today was washeaded washeaded washeaded
headed by Parley Pratt and was composed composedof
of nearly 100 1 persons personsSummerville personsSummerville personsSummerviile
Summerville was about 22 years ears old and andhad andhad andhad
had a wife and one child
Denver Rio Grande Gives County County5OO
500 to Repair High Highway Highway Highway ¬
way waySpecial waySpecial waySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 6 eThe The county commission commissioners ¬
ers have decided to accept the propo proposition proposition proposition ¬
sition of the Denver Rio Grande rail railroad mllroad railroad ¬
road in the matter of repairing the road roadnear roadnear roadnear
near Colton which was damaged during duringthe
the time the railroad was widening the theroadbed theroadbed theroadbed
roadbed The company will give 500 and andthe andthe andthe
the repair contract has been let to J M MMiller MMiller MMiller
The following appointments have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made Superintendent of the county in infirmary infirmary infirmary ¬
firmary James A Oliver deputy collec collectors collectors collectors ¬
tors of taxes Fairfield Minnie Flack FlackAlpine FlackAlpine FlackAlpine
Alpine Fanny E Moyle Lehl William WilliamAsher WilliamAsher VlI1lamAsher
Asher American Fork Eleanore E Rob Robinson RobJnson Robinson ¬
inson Pleasant Grove Amy Am R Rosa RosaSpringville RosaSprlngvllle RosaSpringiille
Springville John W V Allcman Spanish SpanishFork SpanishFork SpanishFork
Fork Ammon Tuttle Salem Charles F FStone FStone FStone
Stone Payson J S Page Goshen John JohnJasperson JohnJasperson JohnJasperson
Jasperson Santaquln Euzella Teitjen TeitjenCounty TeltjenCounty TeitjenCounty
County officers reported the following followingamounts followingamounts followingamounts
amounts collected for September Attor Attorney Attorne Attorney ¬
ney ne 6 clerk S80H > sheriff 10095 treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer JJlfiO Iro recorder 34076 340 6 The county countytreasurers countytreasurers countytreasurers
treasurers financial report showed an anoverdraft anoverdraft anoverdraft
overdraft of 136185
Trip to Fish Lake Results in Finding FindingRoute FIndingRoute FindingRoute
Route for Highway HighwaySpecial HighwaySpecial HighwaySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct S 5The The trip of the Rich Richfteldlans Rlchfieldlans Richfleidians
fteldlans with E D R Thompson and andDeputy andDeputy andDeputy
Deputy Marshal Smyth has resulted In a anew anew anew
new route being discovered to the Fish Fishlake Fishlake Fishlake
lake region which eliminates the long longclimb longclimb longclimb
climb from Grass valley to the summit summitThe summitThe summitThe
The road Is through a little canyon at atan atan atan
an easy grade The road to Loa can be bemade bemade bemade
made through this canyon and avoid avoidheavy avoidheavy avoidheavy
heavy grades An appeal for aid will willbe willbe 111 111be
be made to the government in construct constructing ¬
ing this road
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct 5 5Xext Next week the county countyteachers countytooehers countyteachers
teachers Institute will be held here A Apublic Apublic Apublic
public meeting m ting is being prepared to awak awaken ¬
en Interest In the librarygymnasium librarygymnasiummovement IIbrarygmna5lummovement librarygymnasiummovement
movement Howard Driggs of the Uni University University University ¬
versity of Utah will make an address
IK IKForced
I Forced r orceci sale sate In of or a strictlyI strictly strictlyhandtailored i
1 I UI 1 1 1
handtailored nanctaiiorea clothes clothesI
I am forced to sacrifice sael ifice my nl entire stockair of pants every evcryvest vest to go goa a complete completecloth cOlupleteloth CO1111lCteA
A cloth every suit every overcoat every p pnot not a single exception exccptioncvcry every piece of ofdrastic ofIrastic Ofdiastic
drastic clearance is necessary at once onceIn onceIn onceIn
In explanation will say that I planned on a larger store this fall purchased an immense stock of fabrics as well wellas
as a large line of highclass handtailored suits from the best eastern custom tailors to open up my new loca location locationbut locationbut ¬
tion tionbut but by an unforeseen circumstance I was unable to get the location desired before the first of the year yearconsequence yearconsequence yearconsequence
consequence is I am swamped with piece goods goodsswamped swamped with suits sui suitsswamped swamped with overcoats overcoatsswamped swamped with withpants withpantsin withpantsin
pants pantsin in fact I am right up against it and enormous bills for merchandise becoming due dueMust due3Inst dueIiist
Must sacrifice the entire tremendous stock of fresh new nc fall lines together with ith my lll regular regularsplendid regularsplendid regularsllendid
splendid line of patterns and fabrics to raise cash cashalHIlaise easlianil and raise it quick quickThis quicIThis quickI
I This is practically a a frantic call for help helphelp help from an appreciative public that knows the quality of goods I Icarry Icarry Icarry
carry and the kind of tailoring I do doits its a great opportunity for the suit purchaser or the man who needs an anovercoat anovercoat anovercoat
overcoat overcoatIt
It saves the man with ith moderate means from buying bn ing a handmedown A good deal dealcheaper tlealhcapei dealcheaper
cheaper now no for him to select a splendid highgrade strictly handtailored garment garmentI
I quote a few examples of the prices that will prevail at my shop during this unprecedented sale saleand and think of ofit ofitjust ofitjust
it itjust just at the beginning of the season when you need just what I am advertising advertisingLot
Lot No 1 1Splendid line of imported worsteds made Lot No 4 4A A line of the latest fabrics and patterns patternsup
up in either suit or overcoat not a value less than the peer of any anyvalues values actually range up to 4500 4500and 4500l 45002000made
2000 2000made made to t your o r measure measurefor and you select l either suit or overcoat t at atonly atf
for forLot f or l 4I 117 I 5 only onlyLot J JLot 2500 2500Lot
Lot No No2Excellent 2 Excellent assortment of black and blue bluecheviots Lot No 5 5A A special lot of Melton and Kersey over overcoats overcheviot overcheviot ¬
cheviot Thibets and unfininshed worsteds actually actuallyworth coats in black blue brown green etc etcall all the latest latestshades latestworth latestworth
worth up to 2500 2500made made up in either eithersuit shades shadesworth worth 4500 each eachmade made to tosuit c oC oCyour
15 00 25 00
suit or overcoat for only onlyLot c4Y I 2UU at your measure at only onlyLot onlyLot
Lot No No3An 3 3An An elegant lot of fancy worsteds and chev cheviots ¬ Lot No 6 6A A special lot of suits for youths and small smallmen smalliots smalliots
iots in this seasons newest patterns worth to 4000 4000made men mensizes sizes from 14 to 20 years yearssplendid splendid line of fab fabrics fabi fabmade ¬
made up in i either suit s i or overcoat o rcoat for foronly gj rics ricsworth worth r 10 to 20 each eachchoose i7 i7only
2000 yto 475 10 10pee
only choose at only onlySpecial iO iOS1ecial
Special pee ll line lle of f mens IncI s pants an s in iI all patterns fabrics and styles stylesolth worth to 500 500a 300 300All 3 00 flfl flfla
a l pair IJ 1IiISlCCifll urS1JCCl special ll during tInr lllh this sale stleAll JJJ JJJAll
All fancy fnnc vests worth orth 300 to 750 to close at 100 100My 100My 100My
My Guarantee of Absolute Satisfaction Goes With Every Sale SaleS SaleDANIELS SaleDANIELS
DANIELS S the Tailor Tailors7
I 1
and call at Hewletts HewlettsBooth HewlettsBooth HewlettsBooth
Booth at the State Fair FairOur PairOur I
Our young ladies will give giveyou giveyou I Iyou
you the Glad Hand Handand Handand Handand
I Iest
and a free cup of the fin finest finest ¬
est Tea that can be made
Curtain Dept Yesterday YesterdayEnough
Enough to spare of all these th e good things for all comers today Be B ure to toavail toavail t tavail
avail yourself of these extraordinary Curtain Reductions while you ma maNo may mayNo mayNo >
No such opportune moneysaving event la likely to occur again this year Spe Spccial Special Special
cial accommodations to facilitate prompt service in this department department1o0
100 100Nottingham 100Nottingham 1o0 1o0Nottingham 150 150Sill 150Sill 150Sill 60c 60cSwiss 60cSwiss GOcSwiss 400 400Irish 400Irish 400Irish
Nottingham NottinghamLace Sill Curtains CurtainsOn Swiss Curtains CurtainsOn Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
Lace Curtains CurtainsOn On Bale Ie this w week weekper k kper kper On sale Ie this week weekper weekper weekper Curtains CurtainsOn
per pair per pair r On sate this thisper wek wekper wekper
On sale this week weekat pair98c pair24c r24c
at per pair pair62c palr62c 98c 24c per pair
62c 198
200 200Sill 200Sill 200Sill
135 135Swiss 135I 1353wiss
125 125Nottingham 125Nottingham 125Nottingham Sill Curtains CurtainsOn Swiss Curtains CurtainsOn 750 750Irish 750Irish 750Irish
Nottingham NottinghamLace On sale this week weekper weekper weekper I Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
per pair On sale Ie this week weekper weekper weekper
Curtains CurtainsOn
Lace 128 per pair Curtains CurtainsOn
On sale 8al this week weekat 83c On sale this week weekper weekper weekper
at per pair pairS3c pair83c pairS3e per pair
S3c 225 225Sill 225Sill 225Sill 390
225 225Swiss 225Swiss 225Swiss
Sill Curtains CurtainsOn
150 150Nottingham 150Nottingham 150Nottingham Swiss Curtains CurtainsOn
On sale this week weekat 900 900Irish 900Irish 900Irish
Nottingham NottinghamLace at a t per pair On sale Ie this week weekper weekper weekper
Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
Lace Curtains CurtainsOn C rtains rtainsOn 148 per pair
124 Curtains CurtainsOn
On sale this week weekat wee It Itat
at per pair pair98c pair98c On sale this week weekper weekper weekper
98c 250 250Cable 250Cable 250Cable per pair
300 300Ruffled 300Ruffled 300Ruffled 498
Cable Net NetSill NetSill NetSill
Ruffled RuffledBobbinet RuffledBobbinet RuffledBobbinet
200 200Nottingham 200Nottingham 200Nottingham Sill Curtains CurtainsOn
Bobbinet BobbinetCurtains BobbinetCurtains BobbinetCurtains 1200 1200Irish 1200Irish 1200Irish
Nottingham NottinghamLace On sale this week weekper weekper weekpei
Lace Curtains CurtainsOn per pair Curtains CurtainsOn Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
169 On sale this week weekper weekper Vooeekper Curtains CurtainsOn
On sale this week weekat
at per pair pairI per pair
On sale this week weekper welkper weekper
128 129 per pair
I 300 300Cable 300Cable 300Cable 720
Cable Net NetSill NetSill NetSill
300 300Nottingham 300Nottingham 300Nottingham 500 500Filet 500Filet 500Filet
Nottingham NottinghamLace Sill Curtains CurtainsOn Filet Net NetCurtains NetCurtains NetCurtains 1500 1500Irish 1500Irish 1500Irish
Lace Curtains CurtainsOn On sale this week weekper weekper weekper Curtains CurtainsOn Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
per pair
On sale this week weekat pair1SS Curtains CurtainsOn
at per pair 188 On sale Ie this week weekper weekper weekper
per pair On sale this we wed wedper weekper K Kper
188 330 per pair
1500 1500Battenberg 1500Battenberg 1500Battenberg
350 350Nottingham 350Nottingham 350Nottingham
Battenberg BattenbergCurtains BattenbergCurtains BattenbergCurtains 600 600Filet 600Filet 600Filet
Nottingham NottinghamLace Curtains CurtainsOn 2000 2000Irish 2000i 2000Irish
Filet Curtains CurtainsOn i
Lace Curtains CurtainsOn
Irish Point PointCurtains PointCurtains PointCurtains
On sale this week weekat
On sale this week weekper weekper weekper at per pair On sale Ie this week weekper weekper weekper Curtains CurtainsOn
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Court of Appeals Affirms Ver Verdict Verdict Vetdict ¬
dict in Case of John JohnR
R Walsh WalshChicago WalshChicago WalshChicago
Chicago Oct 5 5The The verdict of the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial court which found John R Walsh Walshguilty Walshguilty Valshi
i guilty of misapplication of the funds fundsof
of the Chicago National bank was af affirmed atfirmed affIrmed ¬
firmed by the United States circuit circuitcourt cfrcuitcourt circuitcourt
court of appeals here today todayMr todayIr todayMr
Mr Ir Walsh must serve the sentence of offive offive offive
five years imprisonment Imposed upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him by the trial jury have in the event eventthat eventthat eventthat
that the supreme court upsets the af affirmation affirmation affirmation ¬
firmation of the verdict of guilty hand handed ¬
ed down Counsel for Mr Walsh In Intheir Intheir Intheir
their appeal laid stress on what they theyalleged theyalleged theyalleged
alleged was a lack of criminal Intent Intenton
on the part of the defendant In the thevery theerY th thvery
very lengthy brief which they filed filedmuch filedmuch filedmuch
much law was quoted to show that the theconvicted theconvicted theconvicted
convicted banker used the funds of the thebank theban thebank
bank ban Ie In what he considered a legiti legitimate legitimate legltlmate ¬
mate manner mannerOpinion mannerOpinion mannerOpinion
Opinion of Court of Appeals AppealsThe
The opinion of the court of appeals appealswritten appealswritten appealswritten
written by b Judge Humphrey and hand handed handed ¬
ed down by Judge Grosscup is brief briefand briefand briefand
and confined almost wholly to the ques question questlon question ¬
tion of criminal Intent The allegation allegationthat
that Juror Palmer was unduly In Influenced Infiuenced Influenced ¬
fluenced Is dismissed with a word and andbut andbut andbut
but little more Is wasted in eliminating eliminatingthe
the allegation of Inconsistency In t tverdict the thlverdict theverdict
verdict verdictAs
As to the substance of the matter mattercharged mattercharged mattercharged
charged In the various counts says th thopinion thopinion the theopinion < >
opinion the verdict will not be dis disturbed dlsturbet1 disturbed ¬
turbed It the gravamen of the charge chargeIn
In each count on which there has been beena
a verdict of guilty Is the th same there is isa isa isa
a consistency In the verdict verdictNo verdictNo verdictNo
No Error in Instructions InstructionsIn ns nsIn
In the Instructions given the jury by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge Anderson In the trial court the thehigher thehigher tilehigher
higher tribunal finds no error As to tothe tothe tothe
the lack of criminal intent the opinion opinionreads opinionreads opinionreads
reads readsUnder
Under section 5209 5 9 there could be bemisapplication bemisapplication bemisapplication
misapplication of bank funds by an of officer officer offleer ¬
ficer which would be innocent and not notcriminal notcriminal notcriminal
criminal and there could be misappli misapplication misapplication mlsapplication ¬
cation which under the statutes would wouldbe
be criminal What would show the dif difference difference dlfference ¬
ference between misapplications which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were criminal and those which were not notwhat notwhat notwhat
what would show Innocence of guilt guiltgood guiltgood guiltgood
good faith or bad faith the court courtsought courtsought courtsought
sought by instruction carefully to de define define tIefine ¬
fine and wo w > think did fairly define defineCounsel defineCounsel defineCounsel
Counsel for Mr Ir Walsh have thirty thirtydays thirtydays thirtydays
days In which to file application for a arehearing arehearing arehearing
rehearing by b the court of appeals appealsMeanwhile appealsMeanwhile appealsMeanwhile
Meanwhile he will be at liberty under underhis underhis underhis
his present bonds of 50000 50000Rise 00000Rise 50900Rise
Rise and Fall of Walsh WalshThe WalshThe WalshThe
The rise and fall of the fortunes o oJohn of ofJohn ofJohn
John R Walsh who Is now 72 years ol olage of ofage ofage
age forms an interesting chapter in inthe inthe inthe
the history of Americans who have haverisen haverisen haverisen
risen from obscurity to power powerThe powerThe powerThe
The three Walsh banks banksthe the Chicago ChicagoNational ChleagoNational ChicagoNational
National the Equitable Trust company companyand com pan panand
and the Home Savings bank bankwere bankwereclof bankwereclosed were wereclosed
closed clof > ed by the comptroller of the cur currency currency currency ¬
rency on Dec 18 1905 nearly four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years ago At that time Walsh not notonly notonly notonly
only owned these Institutions and the theChicago theChleagc theChicago
Chicago Chronicle but owned all or ornearly ornearl ornearly
nearly nearl all of the stock of the following followingcompanies followingcompanies followingcompanies
companies companiesThe
The Acme Gas company the Bedford BedfordBelt BedfordBelt BedfordBelt
Belt Railway company the Bedford BedfordQuarries BedfordQuarries BedfordQuarries
Quarries company com pan the Chicago South Southern ¬
ern em Railway company the Chicago ChicagoWharfing ChicagoWharfing ChicagoWharfing
Wharfing Storage company the Indiana In Indiana Indiana ¬
diana Southern Coal company the Il Illinois Illinois IIliiioig ¬
linois Southern Railway company the theLake theLake theLake
Lake Michigan Car Ferry Transporta Transportation ¬
tion coihpany the Mount Olive Stan Stanton Stanton Stanton
ton Coal company com pan the Ohio Quarries Quarriescompany Quarriescompany Quarriescompany
company of Ohio the Ohio Quarries Quarriescompany Quarrlt1com Quarriescompany
company com pan of Illinois the Southern In Indiana Indiana indiana ¬
diana Coal company the Southern In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana Railway company the Southern SouthernMissouri Southernlfssourl SouthernMissouri
Missouri Railway company and the theWisconsin th thWisconsIn theWisconsin
Wisconsin Michigan Railway com company company company ¬
Stock Cost Little LittleAccording LittleAccording LittleAccording
According to the brief of the govern government government government ¬
ment on the appeal all of the compa companies companies companies ¬
nies were bankrupt or on the verge of ofit ofIt ofit
it when bought by Walsh for little or ornothing ornothIng ornothing
nothing Their securities were un unmarketable unmarketable unmarketable ¬
marketable and practically worthless worthlessThen worthlessThen worthlessThen
Then it Is alleged Walsh a811 formed cor corporations corporations carporations ¬
porations to buy these the companies from fromhimself fromhimself fromhimself
himself taking In payment stock of the thenew thenew thenew
new corporations and enough of their theirbonds th theirbonds lr lrbonds
bonds to repay himself hlm lf at their rac racvalue racvalue raevalue
value for the sums he actually paid for forthem forthem forthem
them themIn
In this way according to the pros proscutlon pr08cutlon prosecution
cutlon he obtained for nothing stocks stocksand stocksand stocksand
and bonds to the face value of 530000 JOOOO
000 000Walsh
Walsh alsh dreamed a great dream of a arailway arailway arailway
railway system to be pieced together togetherfrom togetherfrom togetherfrom
from his scattered purchases purcha which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would reach from the Mississippi to tothe tothe tothe
the Ohio through Illinois Indiana IndianaWisconsin IndianaWisconsin IndianaWisconsin
Wisconsin and Michigan Mlchl n to Duluth DuluthMinn DuluthMinn DuluthMlnn
Minn and Superior Wis The quar quarries quarries quarrica ¬
ries and coal mines were to furnish furnishmuch furnishmuch furnishmuch
much of the traffic trafficUse trafficse trafficUse
Use se of Dummies Dumm ies
To obtain funds Walsh alsh had recourse recourseto
to the funds in his banks In covering coveringup
up these loans it is alleged he used usedmemorandum usedmemorandum usedmemorandum
memorandum notes signed with the thenames thenames thenames
names of clerks who were not consult consulted ¬
ed d In the matter There was nothing nothingon
on the books to show that Walsh had hadreceived hadreceived hadreceived
received the loans Even Fred Blount Blountthe Blountthe Blountthe
the vice president is said to have been beerIgnorant beenIgnorant beenignorant
Ignorant on the subject For collateral collateralWalsh co11ateraYalsh collateralWalsh
Walsh deposited the securities of his hisvarious hisvarious hisvarious
various enterprises enterprisesFor
For two years It was charged that thatWalsh thatValeh thatWalsh
Walsh Ignored the demands of the thecomptroller thecomptroller thecomptroller
comptroller of the currency that t at he heplace heplace heplace
place his banks on a firm foundation foundationand
and when the crash came It was dis discovered dIscovered discovered ¬
covered that 66 per cent of the securi securities securlties seeurities
ties held were those of Walshs proper properties properties properties ¬
ties Of the 25000000 deposits 16000
000 were represented by the paper and anisecurities andecurities andsecurities
securities of the Walsh enterprises
Pierre S D Oct 5 DThe The actual regis registration registration registration ¬
tration for the first day In the land open openIng openIng opening
Ing of the Cheyenne river and Standing
Rock Indian reservations at thl place placewas placewas placewas
was 870 names The registration for the thesame thesame thesame
same period reported from the other dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts are Lebeau ISO 80 Mobridge 270 270Lemon ZiQLemon 270Lemon
Lemon 262 2 Bismarck N D 677 Aber Aberdeen Aberdeen Aberdeen ¬
deen 3654
Washington Oct 5 5Dr Dr Wu Ting TIn Fang Fangthe Fangthe Fangthe
the Chinese minister made an Ineffectual ineffectuaappeal Ineffectualappeal ineffectualappeal
appeal today to the department of com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce and labor to prevent the deporta deportation dcporttlon ¬
tion of nine Chinese who will be taken takenback takenbaek takenback
back to China on the steamer Mongolian
i ishich hlch sails from San Francisco today todayThe todayI todayThe
The nine Orientals came on the Mongolian Mongolianand
I and were ordered ord red sent back because they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have tracheona Eight others who also alsohave alsohave alsohave
have that disease but in milder form formwere formwere formwere
were allowed to remain
Supposed Suicide of E A Wilson at atElberta atElberta atElberta
Elberta Will Be Inves Investigated Investiga InvesSpecial ¬
tigated tigatedSpecial tiga ted tedSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 5 5Sleritf Sheriff George T Judd Juddleft Juddleft Juddleft
left early this morning for Elberta Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty Utahcounty
county to investigate the death of E A AWilspn AVllspn AWiispn
Wilspn who is reported to have com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted suicide Wilson is a resident 9 9Hastings Or OrHastings Qthastings
Hastings Neb but went to Elberta Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day evening to visit He is said to have havehad havehad havehad
had some domestic troubles which af affected affected atfected ¬
fected his mind mindAbout mindAbout mindAbout
About 3 oclock this morning he left his htebed hisbed hisbed
bed and was ns found about L oclock by byhis byhis byhis
his sister dead in the buggy shed with withhis withhis withhis
his throat cut from ear to ear and a abloody ablood abloody
bloody blood pocket knife by his side sideHe sideHe sideHe
He leaves a widow and six children in inNebraska InNebraska inNebraska
Nebraska and numerous relatives in Utah tah
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSprlngville HeraldRepubUeaISprlngvllle HeraidRepublieaJSprlngvllLe
Sprlngvllle Oct 5 Cantaloupe shipping
has stopped More than thantencarlilBd ten cartaada have bavbeen MlVbeen havebeen
been sent out from this place pl je during the theseason thescason theseason
season Beet digging Is now n w on in real realearnest realearnest realearnest

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