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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 6 1909
J BEE KEEPERS KHPERSOF
OF UTAH MEET MEETIndustry MEETIndustry
industry in Thriving Condition ConditionOwing ConditionOwing ConditionOwing
Owing to Improved ImprovedMethods ImproveCiMethods ImprovedMethods
Methods MethodsGOOD MethodsGOOD
GOOD MARKET FOR HONEY HONEYREPORT HONEYREPORT HONEYREPORT
REPORT OF E S LOVESY PRESI PRESIDENT PRESIDENT PRESIDENT ¬
DENT OF THE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONThrough ASSOCIATIONThrough ASSOCIATIONThrough
Through improved methods of f ventila ventilation yentilatloh ventilalion ¬
lion of hives a much better quality of ofhoney ofhoney ofioney
honey ioney is being raised In Utah as shown shownIn
lit In reports of several bee men at the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the Utah Bee Keepers as association association assoclatlon ¬
sociation meeting yesterday in n the ecity ecitycouncil ecltycouncil ecitycouncil
council chamber Honey men declared declaredthere declaredthere declaredthere
there never had been such a good mar market marklt market ¬
ket for Utah honey as at the present presenttime presenttime presenttime
time owing to the improved conditions conditionsthroughout conditionsthroughout conditionsthroughout
throughout the state As a rule 8 cents centsa
a pound is being paid In Salt Lake and andone andone andone
one bee man reported he had sent two twocarloads twocarloads twocarloads
carloads to California for which he hehad hehad hehad
had received 6 cents a pound for the theentire theentire theentire
entire shipment shipmentThe
The association adopted resolutions resolutionsin
in n memory of A Milton Musser who whodied whodIed whodied
died recently Mr Muuecr 1Iu eer was a pio pioneer pioneer piofleer ¬
neer In this industry in the state and andwas n andwas d dwas
was the first president of the Deseret DeseretBPP DeseretBf DeseretBee
Bee Bf > Keepers association organized In
1872 18 2 He had always been prominent in inthe inthe Inthe
the work of the organization organizationReport organizationReport organizationReport
Report of President PresidentE
E S Lovesy president of the organi organization organization organ I Izatlon ¬
zation made the following report to the theassociation theassociation tneassoIation
association associationWhile associationWhile assoIationWhlIe
While the bee industry In the state stateis
is fairly prosperous there is much muchroom muchroom muchroom
room for improvement Some method methodshould methodshould methodshould
should be adopted If possible to create createmore createmore createflare
more interest In the industry and also alsoa alsogreater
a greater union of interest terst as members membersof
of our state county and national bee beekeepers beekeepers beekeepers
keepers association The ques question QUestfon question ¬
tion has been often asked What ben benefit benfit benfit ¬
efit fit have those associations been to the thebee thebee thebee
bee keepers financially In answer I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would say that if those unions are not notIt notu
It a benefit to us individually In every everycense everyI
I cense of the word It is our own fault faultwhile faultwhile faultwhile
while the ho fraternal brotherhood that thatshould thatshould thatshould
should exist among us bee keepers is isworth Isworth Isworth
worth ton times more In dollars and andcents andcents andcents
cents than wehave ever paid paidGreat paidGreat paidGreat
Great Good Accomplished AccomplishedThen
Then as to the national association associationAside associationAcldo associationAsIde
Aside from Its many benefits we can canfcardly canhardly cantiardly
hardly be uptodate bee keepers with without without without ¬
out being members thereof And in re regard reIard regard ¬
gard to our state association It should shouldbe
be sustained for the great benefit it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been to the bee Industry In Utah Much Muchtime Muchtime Muchtime
time and money has been spent with without wlthJut without ¬
out cost to the bee keepers at large to toget toget toget
get laws passed for the protection of ofthe f fthe fthe
the Industry from disease and al a 0 In Inprotecting Inprotecting inprotecting
protecting the bees against spraying sprayingin
in the bloom And If this work had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been done the bee Industry would have havebeen havebeen hftvobeen
been practically destroyed destro ed In this state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The county associations have assisted assistedalong assistedJ assistedalong
along these lines and more should be beorganized beII beorganized
II J organized to create a fraternal union unionamong unionamong unionamong
among our bee b c keepers If for nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothingmore
more moreBut But as I think I have served the bee beekeepers beekeepers
keepers 1 < eepeTS long and faithfully nothing nothingwould nothingwould nothingwould
would please me more than a reje TeJetillnd reeae reeaeund s sand
and a good long rest restThis restThis restThis
This Seasons Conditions ConditionsIn
In regard to conditions this season seasonThey seasonThlY seasonThey
They appear to be fully fun up u to the aver average average average ¬
age while in some parts of the state stateIt
It has been too cold and damp and in ina Inn Ina
a few places from the first of June to tothe tothe tothe
the end of July Jul it was too dry d But Butafter Butafter Butafter
after that date the bees have done very verywell verywell verywell
well Our best reports come from the theBouth the60uth thesouth
south One bee keeper from aown there thereInforms thereInforms thereInforms
Informs me that his bees brought in inmore Inmore inmore
more thaij thai half a ton of honey per day dayand dayand dayand
and several carloads of honey hone have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been shipped with a ready market marketThere marketThere marketThere
There Is no question but that there Is Ismore ismore Ismore
more profit for the amount of money in invested invested Invested ¬
vested In the bee Industry than In any anyother anyother anyother
other agricultural pursuit and I think thinkthe thinkthe thinkthe
the state should protect rne bee indus industry Industry Indusr ¬
r try In proportion to Its protection of ofother ofothel ofother
other agricultural Industries
J HIGH SCHOOL NOTES NOTESErnest
Ernest H Quayle editor in chief of ofthe of1h ofthe
the 1h Red and Black monthly paper has hasbeen hasen hasbeen
been en obliged to have 200 3J O extra copies copiesprinted copiesprinted copiesprinted
printed to fill mall orders Between thir thirteen thlrtIn thirtn ¬
teen and fourteen hundred copies have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been sold soldTha soldThe soldThe
The seniors yesterday decided that the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first dance of the year ear would be given givennext 1Ilennext givennext
next Saturday evening in the High school schoolEaton schoolEaton schoolEaton
Eaton gymnasium The affair will 111 be in inhonor Inl1onor inhonor
honor of the Salt Lake High school and andGranite andGranite andGranite
Granite football teams that met that aft afternoon aftrnoon afternoon ¬
ernoon in the first league game of the theecason theeeason theSc
ecason ecasonThe eeasonThe Sc aeOn aeOnThe
The committee in charge of music for fortbo fortho forthc
thc senior dance reported that they had hadengaged hadcnaged hadengaged
engaged a newly newl organized orchestra con consisting consisting consisting ¬
sisting mostly of High school students studentsthree studentsthree studentsthree
three of whom are from the band
4 President Gordon KIrby of the senior seniorcuss seniorC1dSS seniorC
cuss C yesterday received three catalogues cataloguesfrom catalo cataIojueefrom < < uetJ uetJfrom
from eastern manufacturers from which whichull whichill
ull ill be selected the pattern for the senior seniorliiW seniorliltJ seniorbi1
liiW class pin pinThe pinThe pinThe
The first four periods of school will ill be beshortened behortened beshortened
shortened five minutes today toda In order that thattlie thatthe thattLe
the Girls Athletic association may hold holdIts holdIts hol4Its
Its first meeting of the year ear during the theluncheon tbeluncheon theluncheon
luncheon hour hourA
A meeting of the theHigli High school Athletic Athleticassociation AthleticRSsotlaUon AthleticnssoiaUon
association will b be held today or tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row to elect the president and one direc director dlrectur direct ¬
tor t r from each class before the Granite Granitegame Granitegame Granitegame
game next Saturday is played playedProfessor playedProftssor playedProfessor
Professor George A Eaton announced announcedyesterday announcedYEsterday announcedyesterday
yesterday that the three upper classmen classmenwould cllis clasemenwould men menwould
would not b be t entitled to a vote for new newofficers newofi newofficers
officers ofi ers of the tll H S A A unless all fees feesentitling feesntltling feesntitling
entitling them to membership were paid paidDr paidDr paidDr
Dr Ira D Travis third period class has hasorganized hasorganized hasorganized
organized a debating club and chosen Le Leland Leland Lesand
land Chaffer for Its president presidentExaminations presidentExaminatlons presidentExaminations
Examinations all day da yesterday marked markedthe
the closing of the first months work workFalling workFailing workFalling
Falling freshmen and students 8 new to the theschool thesehool theschool
school will be given one more test testThe testThe testThe
The High school exhibit at the fair is IBmore ismore Ismore
more extensive this year ear than ever be before betort before ¬
fore The art is attracting much atten attention attention attention ¬
tion while the manual training depart department department department ¬
ment shows a great deal of skillful work
Bm AUDl AUDIENCEIIA3 NCE H ARS TENOR TENORAlfred i I iI iAlfred
Alfred Best Is Given Enthusiastic EnthusiasticWelcome EnthusiasticWelcome EnthusiasticWelcome
Welcome at His HisConcert HisConcert HisConcert
Concert ConcertA
A large audience greeted gr ted Alfred Best Bestlast Bestlast Bestlast
last night when he appeared at the Tab Tabernacle Tabrnnde Tabernacle ¬
ernacle In a farewell concert prior to his hiedeparture hisdparture hisdparture
dparture for New York where he will willappear willappear willnppear
appear with tile Metropolitan Opera com company comllan coinraY ¬
raY during the coming season Mr Best Bestpossesses BestpossessEs Bestpossesses
possesses a dramatic tenor voice of great greatpower greatpowf greatpower
power > r and beauty which was heard to tosreat toJreat toreat
sreat reat advantage in the Italian aria Che CheUdlda CheGflIda Cliee11da
Udlda e11da Manina and also In the arioso ariosoVesta ariosoVf ariosoesta
Vesta Vf sta > la Gui Gulbba GulbbaHis GulbbaHis GuibbaHis
His work In the lighter numbers was wasalso wasalso sasalso
also very effective and nil fl of the selec selections selections selections ¬
tions gave evidence of great talent talentThe talentThe talentThe
The two numbers by the Tabernacle Tabernaclechoir Tabernacledlolr Tabernaclechoir
choir were ere alsp delightfully given the thepart thepart thepart
part song receiving great applause The Theprogram Theprogram TheprQgram
program closed with the th Mendelssohn so 50tlt1on e ejcci1on
Mf tlt1on < t1on Rise Up Arise sung by the theKlrt lh lhlroir halmir
Klrt lroir > Ir
HOT HOTONTRAILOF HOTONTRAILOFGANG ON TRAIL OF OFOF OFGANG
GANG OF OFRio ROBBERS ROBBERSRio
Rio Grande Railroad Interested Interestedin
in Capture of Colorado ColoradoBandits ColoradoBandits ColoradoBandits
Bandits BanditsRio
Rio Grande railroad detectives and the thesheriffs thesherftfs thesheriffs
sheriffs posse from Glenwood Springs SpringsColo SpringsColo SpringsCob
Colo are carrying on a regular dime dimenovel dimenovel dimenovel
novel hunt for bandits who robbed the theGlenwood theGlenwood theGlenwood
Glenwood Springs bank of 10000 recently recentlyThe
The reason the Rio Grande sleuths are so sointerested soInterested soInterested
interested is because they believe that the therobbers theI therobbers
I robbers are the ones who have perpe perpetrated perpetrated perpetrated ¬
trated several train robberies during the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winterThe winterThe winter winterThe
The bandits have taken refuge In the themost themost themost
most inaccessible parts of the Rockies in inColorado inColorado inColorado
Colorado A camp that has been discov discovered dlcovered discoyered ¬
ered showed that they provided them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves with stores enough to last through throughout ¬
out a two weeks blizzard and it is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed the bandits nave removed a large largequantity largequantity largequantity
quantity of theprovlsions to their new newhiding newhiding newhiding
hiding place The abandoned camp was wason wason wason
on a ledge which was sheltered on three threesides threesideR threesides
sides and formed a comparatively cozy cozyretreat cozyretreat cozyretreat
retreat It is the th belief of the detectives detectivesthat detectivesthat detectivesthat
that they have now taken refuge In a acave acave acave
cave where they have not only the 50000 50000which 50000which 50000which
which is the estimated loot of their four fourrobberies fourrobberies fourrobberies
robberies but a supply of provisions to tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco and whisky that will reconcile them themto
to a years exile In the mountains if need
be
Instructions have been issued to the theposse theposse theposse
posse not to abandon the hunt at all As Aslong Aslong
long as these th se men are at liberty there will
be the danger of a robbery said a rail railroad raflroad railroad ¬
road official yesterday It Is much muchcheaper muchcheaper muchcheaper
cheaper and better to hunt them down downno
no matter how long It takes and that I
believe Is what the Rio Grande intends
to do
I CITY BREVITIES BREVITIESCONGRESSMAN I ICONGRESSMAN ICONGRESSMAN
CONGRESSMAN JOSEPH HOWELL is
In Salt Lake for a time and can be
found at the offices of his son 2l316
Atlas block blockJ
J L PERKES secretary of the local localchamber localchamber localchamber
chamber of commerce is in receipt of ofa
a communication from the Washington Washingtonchamber Washingtonchamber Washingtonchamber
chamber of commerce asking for a copy copyof copyof copyof
of the building regulations of Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and a list of permit fees Tl The letter letterwas letterwas letterwas
was referred to Building Inspector A
B Hirth A letter was also received
from C A Warren of Oakland Cal Calasking Calasking Calaskmg
asking Information concerning the ad advantages adyantages advantages ¬
vantages offered by this city cityTHB cityTHE cityTHl
THE ANNUAL reunion of the Spencer Spencerfamily Spencerfamfl Spencerfamily
family famfl has been postponed for one year yearuntil yearuntil yearuntil
until October 1910 1910CLEAR 1910CLEAR 1910CLEAR
CLEAR SKIES and frosty nights such suchas
as color pumpkins and put Scotch plaid plaidaspects plaidaspects plaidaspects
aspects on the hills is to be the lot of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake and vicinity today toda probably
tomorrow and possibly for a week or ormore ormore ormore
more The weather man says the equl equinoctial equlnocUal equlnoetlal ¬
noctial storms are over and the real realOctober realOctober i
October weather la at hand All over overthe overthe overthe
the country the barometer Is rising in indicating indicating indicating ¬
dicating a settling down of the weather weatherinto weatherInto weathernto
into the real autumn season seasonMARY seasonDORR seasonMARY
MARY DORR charged with stealing val valuable valuable valuable ¬
uable chinaware and silverware from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the attic of the house she had rented rentedfrom rentedfrom rentedfrom
from Mabel Long was arraigned in po police police police ¬
lice court yesterday morning and plead pleaded ¬
ed not guilty Her trial was set for forNov forNov forNov
Nov 10 and she was released on her herown herown herown
own recognizance recognizanceWILLIAM recognizanceWILLIAM recognizanceWILLIAM
WILLIAM R SMITH who died in the theHoly theHoly theHoly
Holy Cross hospital Qf pneumonia yes yesterday yesterday es estemay ¬
terday was an oldtime resident of ofBingham ofBingham ofBingham
Bingham where he had many friends friendsHe
He was born In London sixtytwo years yearsago yearsago rearsago
ago lie went to California where he heenlisted heenllRted heenlisted
enlisted in Connors army and came to toUtah toUtah toUtah
Utah He was a member of Maxwell Maxwellpost Maxwellpost IllXwellpost
post G A R RTHE RTHE RTHE
THE SUIT OF ABEL DUTKE against againstthe
the Union Pacific Coal company for forSlOOOO
10000 for injuries was yesterday trans transferred transferred transferred ¬
ferred from Judge Ritchies division of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the district court to the United States Statesdistnct Statesdistrict Statesdistrict
district court courtJULIAN courtJULIAN courtJULIAN
JULIAN RILEY deputy United States Statesmarshal Statesmarshal Statesmarshal
marshal returned Tuesday from Span Spanish SpanIsh SpanIsh ¬
ish Fork where he served a subpoena subpoenaon
on J Ralph Wilkins a school teacher teachernotifying teachernotifying teachernotifying
notifying him to appear as a witness witnessfor witnessfor witnessfor
for the United States before the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States grand jury on Oct 12 1 at Leaven Leavenworth Leavenworth Leavenworth
worth Kan KanR
R E HALL had an idea that he was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the Prince of Salt Lake and Judge T TD TD TD
D Lewis yesterday committed him to tothe tothe tothe
the state mental hospital Maria W WAnderson V VAnderson VAnderson
Anderson was also committed William WilliamJones WilliamJones VlIllamJone
Jones was discharged County Physi Physician Physician Physiclan ¬
cian G T Odell Dr H T Kirtley and andDistrict andDistrict andDistrict i
District Attorney Fred C Loofbourow Loofbourowacted Loofbourowacted Loefbourowacted
acted as commissioners commissionersSUIT commissionersSUIT
SUIT WAS FILED in the district court courtyesterday courtyesterda courtyesterday
yesterday by O L Beardsley against againstthe
the Irrigated Lands company for J37037 J37037on 7037 7037on
on a promissory note dated Sept l 1908 1908and 1908and 1908and
and due in one year ear bearing 6 per cent centInterest centintelest centintetest
Interest InterestMRS intelestllRS intetestMRS
r
MRS CLARA M 1 BOWDLE widow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late Judge John R JSowdle owdie who died diedSept diedSept diedSept
Sept 24 filed for provate pr vate yesterday the thewill thewlU thewili
will of decedent de < edent showing his state < < to tobe tobe tobe
be worth about 8000 Except cept k watch watchgiven watchgiyen watchgiven
given to the bon Ralph A Bowdle and andto
25 to the daughter Isabelle C Bowdle Bowdleall
all the estate is bequeathed to the thewidow theidow thewidow
widow who is executrix without bond bondA
A COMPLAINT charging George Collins Collinsand Collinsand Collinsand
and E Mackmuller with burglary In the thethird thethird thethird
third degree was issued by the county countyattorney countyattorney countyattorney
attorney yesterday It is charged that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the two men broke into the room of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Samuel Cox No 14 in the Angelus Angelusrooming Angelusrooming Angelusrooming
rooming house W East First South Southstreet Southstreet SouthStreet
street Monday night
W S HENDERSON received Judgment Judgmentfor
for JWIW 4Z4O from E P Manis for grocer groceries groceries grocerlee ¬
ies in Judge M L Ritchies division of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Third district court < yesterday yesterdayII
II B ASADOORIAN filed suit yesterday yesterdayagainst yesterdayasainst yesterdayagainst
against C H Kraft in the Third dis district district dietrict ¬
trict court on a note for 486 and inter interest interest intereeL ¬
est Court costs and J75 75 5 attorney fees feesare feese feesate
are ate e asked askedTHE askedTHE askedTHE
THE CALEDONIAN CLUB will give a asocial aIIOClal asocial
social dance in the Knights of Columbus Columbushall
hall next Friday evening at 8 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The quartet will render a number of ofselections ofselections orselections
selections and there will be other music musicAll musicAll musicAll
All Scottish people are Invited InvitedSERVICES invitedSERVICES InvitedSERVICES
SERVICES for the Feast of Conclusion Conclusionwill
will ill be held at Temple JJnai Israel this thisevening thisovenlng thisovening
evening at 8 oclock Rabbi C J Freund Freundwill FreundWtll Freundwill
will speak on Thoughts from the Book Bookof
of Eccleslastes EccleslastesJ cleslastesJ
J M WHEELER returned from Portland Portlandyesterday Portlandye Portlandyesterday
yesterday ye tenly He was much elated over the thenews thenews thenews
news of the birth of a grandson who whois
is the son of Mr and Mrs W V H Ev Evans Evans Evass ¬
ans Mr Wheeler Is going back to Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land this week weekUSS weekMISS veekMISS
MISS RUTH STORER and John Barrell Barrellwill Barrellwflf Barreliwill
will entertain the Christian Endeavor Endeavorsociety Endeavorsociety Endeavorsociety
society of the Third Presbyterian church churchIn
In the church parlors next Friday night
AN A AUDIENCE of considerable size ize as assembled assembled assembled ¬
sembled Tuesday night in the lecture lectureroom lectureroom lectureroom
room of the First Congregational church churchto churchto
to listen to the lecture by Henry Latch Latchford Latchford Latchford
ford M 1 A formerly of Inner Temple TempleLondon TempleLondon TempleLondon
London on the topic Life in the Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple or English Lawyers and Men of ofLetters ofLettors ofLetters
Letters at Work and Play Among
those present were several of the lead leading leading leading ¬
ing members of the bench and bar of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city cityREUNIONS cityREUNIONS cityREUNIONS
REUNIONS OF MISSIONARIES who whohad whohad whohad
had served ervedthe the Mormon church In vari various varlQUS van vanone ¬
one sections were features of Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesdayevening
evening thirteen of these taking place placeIn
In several haUs of the city The re reunions reunions nounions ¬
unions proved full of interest and good goodaudiences goodaudiences goodaudiences
audiences were the rule at the meetings
STUDEBAKER EMPLOYES EMPLOYESGUESTS EMPLOYESGUESTS EMPLOYESGUESTS
GUESTS AT BANQUET BANQUETEmployes
Employes of Studebaker Brothers com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan were guests at a banquet given last lastnight lastnIght lastnight
night by General Manager Charles A AQulgley AQuigley AQuigley
Quigley at the Commercial club The Thebanquet Thebanquet Thebanquet
banquet which Is an annual affair was wasenjoyed wasenjoyed wasenjoyed
enjoyed by about sixty persons A num number number numben ¬
ber of toasts were proposed and respond responded resp respondedto md mdcd ¬
ed edto to toe and the feast was pronounced one oneof oneof oneof
of the most enjoyable ever held
WHO PUT fLIES fLIESIN
IN HAMBURGER HAMBURGERPolice
Police Judge Decides to Sleep SleepOver SleepOver SleepOver
Over Problem Before An Announcing Announcing Anflouncing
nouncing Verdict VerdictWho
Who put flies In the hamburger steak steakor
or Will a meat grinder deserving of the thename thename thename
name pass the little pests through its itsknives Itsknives itsknives
knives without dissecting them was the theweighty theweighty theweighty
weighty problem that perplexed the police policecourt policecourt policecourt
court from early afternoon until sunset sunsetyesterday sunsetyesterday sunsetyesterday
yesterday yesterdayOut
Out of a three hours maze of legal le al re redundancy redundanc redundancy ¬
dundancy which reflected great credit to tothe tothe tothe
the ponderous gray matter of all con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned the problem came unscathed unscathedAnd
And the court reserved res rved decision until the themorrow themorrow themorrow
morrow morrowThe morrowThe morrowThe
The case was that of B Seibert pro proprietor proprietor propnietor ¬
prietor of a small butcher shop at Second SecondKast SecondEast SecondEast
East and Fifth South street tand and the thecharge thechlrge thecharge
charge was violation of the pure food foodlaw foodlaw foodlaw
law Mrs Alice Alder patron of the shop shopwas shopwas shopwas
was the chief witness She had bought boughtHamburger boughtHamburger boughtHamburger
Hamburger steak from the shop and upon uponpreparing uponpreparing uponpreparing
preparing It for the frying pan at home homehad homehad homehad
had found no less than seven flies fIfesseven fIfessevenflies seven sevenflies
flies two legs and a wing to be exact exactThe exactThe exactThe
The steak the flies the meat grinder grinderwere grinderwere grinderwere
were all brought Into court as evidence evidenceand
and arguments as petty as they were nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous and lengthy ensued The defense
held that the flies In question could eas ¬
ily have gotten Into the meat after It was wasopened wasopened wasopened
opened In the Alder kitchen The prose prosecution prosecution prosecutlon ¬
cution ridiculed the Idea declaring such suchargument suchnrgument suchargument
argument to be an impeachment of the th
housewifely characteristics of Mrs Alder AlderBack AlderBack
Back and forth up and down is and is isnot Isnot isnot
not for three hours the scales of justice justiceswung justiceswung justiceswung
swung in a playful manner And stopped stoppedat
at last at a dead center
SCHLACKS SCHLACKSAND SCHLACKSANDCLARK AND ANDCLARKCOMING
CLARK CLARKCOMING CLARKCOMINGDenver COMING COMINGDenver
Denver Rio Grande Officials Officialsto
to Arrive in Salt Lake LakeThursday LakeThursday LakeThursday
Thursday ThursdayHorace
Horace W Clark the new manager of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Denver Rio Grande with C H HSchlacks HSchlacks HSchlacks
Schlacks vice president and other offi officials officials offidaIs ¬
cials will arrive In Salt Lake Thursday Thursdayafter Thursdayafter Thursdayafter
after having thoroughly Inspected the themain themain themain
main line of the Denver Rio Grande Grandeto
to decide upon what improvements are areto areto areto
to be made under the Clark regime regimeFriday regimeFriday regimeFriday
Friday and Saturday the two high offi officials officials offidab ¬
cials will confer with S V Derrah gen general general general ¬
eral superintendent of the Western Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific concerning a through train sched schedule schedule schedtile ¬
ule uleAt
At this conference besides the offi officials officials 0111cials ¬
cials mentioned will be Traffic Man Manager Manager Mantiger ¬
ager Hughes and Superintendents Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin and Dailey of the Rio Grande It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is understood that plans for the theVestfrn theVestfrnPacific Western WesternPacific WesternPacific
Pacific include a coast to coast coastfllst coastfllstservice fast fastservice fhstservice
service via the Wabash from Detroit or orPlttsburg orPlttsburg orPittsburg
Plttsburg the Missouri Pacific the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande and the Western Pacific Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGramle
Grande railroad men believe that with within ¬
in a short time the Gould lines from fromDetroit fromDetroit fromDetroit
Detroit to the Pacific will compete with withany withany withany
any of the existing schedules None of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rio Grande officials in Salt Lake Lakefelt Lakefelt Lakefelt
felt competent to discuss the possibility possibilityof
of the Gould roads joining in the com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition for government mail
COMPANY TO RAISE RAISEBig FLAX FLAXBig
Big Demand for Product Now Causes CausesIndustry CausesIndustry CausesIndustry
Industry to Be 3e Re Revived Revived Revived ¬
vived vivedThe vivedThe vivedThe
The rebuilding of the flax seed indus industry Industry Indilstry ¬
try In Utah is planned in the organiza organization ¬
lion of the Utah Flax Growing Milling Millingcompany Millingcompany Millingcompeny
company The company intends plowing plowingup
up more than 300 acres this fall In Juab Juabcounty Juabcounty Juabcounty
county and planting It next spring this thisto thisto thisto
to be enlarged later when the company companygrows companygrows companygrows
grows in importance and funds fundsFortysix fundsFort fundsFortysix
Fortysix Fort ix years ago the flax growing growingIndustry growingindustry
Industry in Utah thrived but there was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then no demand for the products of the theflax theflax theflax
flax seed and the business died a nat natural natural natural ¬
ural death deathWe deathVe deathWe
We i itend to start out on a small smallscale smallscale smallscale
scale but to build as rapidly as possi possible possible possible ¬
ble said S G Bettey president of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company last night Jt Is not certain certainyet certainet certainyet
yet et how much we will plant in flax but butit
it may be 500 acres There is a big mar market market market ¬
ket for the products from flax seed such suchas
as oil cake linseed oil and hundreds of ofother ofother ofother
other byproducts The making of lino linoleum linoleum linobum ¬
leum will be only another step We in intend Intend intend ¬
tend to push the business and already alreadyhave alreadyhave alreadyhave
have a market for all linseed oil As Assoon Assoon Assoon
soon as we are able to push the com company company cornpany ¬
pany we will make It one of the big in industries Industries Industries ¬
dustries of the state stateDirectors stateDirectors stateDirectors
Directors of the company are S G GBettey GBettey GBettey
Bettey J H Riley F E Vickery and andClarence andClarence andClarence
Clarence Cramer all of Salt Lake
GOLDEN GO DEN GATE GATEHONORS HONORS TAFT TAFTContinued TAFTContinued TAFTContinued
Continued from Page PageCrossing 1 1Crossing 1Crossing
Crossing the bay on the revenue cut cutter cutter cutter ¬
ter Golden Gate and eating luncheon luncheonduring luncheonduring luncheonduring
during the trip the President upon his hisarrival hisarrival hisarrival
arrival in San Francisco was taken for fora
a threemile carriage ride through Mar Market Market Market ¬
ket Montgomery and Kearney streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and Van Ness and Golden Gate avenues avenuesHe avenuesHe avenuesHe
He reviewed on Van Ness avenue near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly all of the public and parochial school schoolchildren schoolchildren zcholchildren
children of the theclty city Next the President Presidentlaid
laid the cornerstone o ot the new Young YoungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens Christian association building in inthis Inthis inthis
this city and expressed the Interest he healways healways I Ialways
always feels in Y M C A work Mr MrTaft MrTaft MrTaft
Taft has what he delights to refer to as ashis ashis ashis
his Y 1 M II C A speech He has laid laidcornerstones laidcomerstones laidcornerstones
cornerstones for this class of buildings buildingsIn
In Shanghai Hongkong all through the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and in many manyother other parts partsof
of the world Being a mason in good goodstanding goodstanding goodstanding
standing Mr Taft always works hard hardwhen hardwhen hardwhen
when he has the task of laying a cor cornerstone cornerstone corncrstone ¬
nerstone and todays ceremony was wasno wasno wasno
no exception to the rule With a silver silvertrowel silvertrowel silvertrowel
trowel he spread mortar for fully five fiveminutes fiveminutes
minutes before the big block of granite granitewas I
was ready to be lowered into Its place placeGuest placeGuest placeGuest
Guest at Banquet BanquetLater BanquetLater BanquetLater
Later in the day the the President was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the guest of honor at a reception at the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union League club Tonight he was wastendered wastendered wastendered
tendered a banquet at the Fairmont ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel by more than 600 residents of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and later was entertained at atthe atthe atthe
the Press club The President retired retiredat
at midnight at the St Francis hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and will leave at 8 oclock tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning for the Yosemite valley
Hollister Townslte Sale SaleReduced SaleReduced SaleReduced
Reduced rates via Ia Oregon Short Line Lineto
to Hollister Ida via Twin Falls for forsale forsale forsale
sale of town lots on Oct 2 Tickets on onsal3 onsal onsale
sale sal Sept 29 to Oct 1 limited to Oct 6 6City 6City 6City
City Ticket Office 201 Main street streetUtah streetUtah streetUtah
Utah State Fair Rates RatesVa Ratesa RatesVia
Va a Oregon Short Line Tickets on sale salefrom saleirom salefrom
from Utah points north of Ogden on onOct onOct onOct
Oct G to 8 inclusive limited to Oct
15 From Ogden and points south southOct southOct southOct
Oct 2 to 9 inclusive limited to Oct 12 12Knights 12Knights 12p
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Knights of Pythias Attention AttentionFuneral AttentlonlFuneral AttentionFuneral
Funeral services of Brother William WilliamJ VllliamGrlpwold
J Grlfwold will be held from Eber W WHalls JVHaUs WHalls
Halls funeral chapel today Wednes Wednesday WedneJday Wednesday ¬
day at 330 p m AH Knights are areurged areurged areurged
urged to be present presentT
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Notice to Water Users UsersSTATE UsersSTATE sers sersSTATE
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah August 31 3l19O 180S
Notice is hereby given that John A ABagley ABagley ABagley
Bagley and P JI Lyman jr whose post postoffice po poetoffice t totffce
office address is Salt Lake City Utah Utahmade Utahmade Utahmade
made application In accordance with the therequirements therequIrements therequirements
requirements of chapter 108 Session Se lon Laws Lawsof LIwsof
of Utah 1M5 n to appropriate one thousand
1000 cubic feet per second of f water from fromSevler fromSevier fromSevler
Sevler river Juab county Utah Said Saidwater Saidwater Saidwater
water was to have been diverted by means meansof meaneof
of a dam and a canal at a 2 point which
bears north 16 degrees 50 minutes east east2tH
I 2645 feet distant from the north quarter quartercorner Quartercorner quartercorner r
corner of section 17 township 15 south southrange southrange southrange
I range 2 west Salt Lake base and meri meridian meridian men mendian ¬
dian from where It was to have been beenconveyed beenconveyed beenconveyed
conveyed for a distance of 184800 feet and andthere andthere andthere
there used from April 1 to September 30 30inclusive 30inclusive 30inclusive
inclusive of each year to Irrigate 196309 196309acres 195SOOacres 196200acres
acres of land la d embraced In sections 1 to 36 36inclusive 36Inclusive 36inclusive
inclusive township 15 south range 7 west westsections westjsections westsections
sections 21 23 and 33 township IS south southrange southrange southrange
range 8 west sections 1 2 3 I 4 9 10 11 11l2
12 14 IS 16 17 20 O 21 22 38 S 29 30 31 31township 31township 31township
township 15 south range 5 west sections
4 5 6 7 8 9 17 18 19 24 25 36 and 36 96township 36township 36township
township 16 south range 5 vest 68t sections
1 to 36 Inclusive township IP 1 south range
6 wost sections 1 to 3 36 Inclusive town township township township ¬
ship 16 south range 7 west sections 1 to
36 6 inclusive township 16 sfuth range II 8west IIwest iiwest
west sections 1 to 36 Inclusive Inclus ve township
17 south range 6 west sections 1 to 35 35Inclusive 3S11Icluslve 36inclusive
Inclusive township 17 south range 7 west westsections westsections westsections
sections 1 to 36 Inclusive township IS ISsouth 18south ISsouth
south range 6 west Salt Lake base baseand baseand baseand
and meridian In addition to the quan quantity quantity quantity ¬
tity of water above mentioned said appli applicants applicants applicants ¬
cants intended in ten lied to appropriate te two hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred thousand 200000 acrefeet of water waterwhich waterwhich waterwhich
which was to have been stored stor d in a reeer reeervolr re reservoir er erI
I voir embraced embr ed in township 15 south range rangwest
2 west and township 16 south range 2 west westSalt west83lt westSalt
Salt Lake base and meridian Said water waterwas waterwas waterwas
was to have been stored whenever avail available available available ¬
able during the period from January 1 to toDecember toDecember toDecember
December 31 inclusive of eech e ch year and andreleased andreleased andreleased
released during the period from June 1 to toSeptember toSeptember toSeptember
September 30 inclusive of each year and andallowed andallowed andallowed
allowed to flow down the natural cnannel cnannelof
of said stream to the point above speci specified specifIed spoolfled ¬
fied where It was to have Been diverted divertedconveyed divertedconveed divertedconveyed
conveyed and used in the manner m nner and for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose aforesaid Said application applicationwas
was approved by the state engineer March Marchis
18 1907 and until March 1 L 1910 was al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed for the completion of f the works worksnecessary worksnecessary worksnecessary
necessary for the appropriation appropri tion of the thewater thewater thewater
water The Sevier River Land and Water Watercompany Watercompany Watercompany
company the assignee of Join A Bagley Bagleyand Bagleyand Bagleyand
and F M L Lyman Jr by Its secretary J JD JD 1D
D Landes whose postofflce address Is Salt
Lake City Utah intends to tarry out the thescheme thescheme thescheme
scheme outlined above except that appli application applicationls application ¬
cation cationls Is hereby made In accordance with withsection withctlon withsection
section ctlon 12SSx24 chapter G2 Session Se slon Laws of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah 1909 to change the place of diver diversion dlverslon diverzion ¬
zion to a point from which the southeast southeastcorner southeastcorner southeastcorner
corner of section 22 township 14 south southrange southrange southrange
range 3 west Salt Lake base and meri meridian meridian mendian ¬
dian bears south 45 degree 32 minutes minuteseast minuteseast mInuteseast
east 1406 feet distant from where It is to tobe tobe tobe
be conveyed to the above described lands landsand landsand landsand
and there used during the periods and andfor andfor andfor
for the purpose above nameq The appll appllCutlon appUctlon applicdion
Cutlon is designated in the state st te engineers engineersoffice engineersoffice engineersoffice
office as No 1367 1367All 1367All 1267All
All protests against the granting of said saidchange saidchange saidchange
change of point of diversion stating the theicasons theleasons thezeasons
icasons therefor must be made by affi affidavit arcldsit affldavit ¬
davit In duplicate and filed 1n n this office officewithin officeTlthln officewithin
within thirty 30 days after the comple compleIon ¬
lion Ion of the publication of this notice noticeCALEB noticeCALEB noticeCALEB
CALEB TANNER TANNERState TANNERStat lANNERStat
Stat Engineer EngineerDate EngineerDate EngineerDate
Date of first publication September 1
1009 date of completion of publication publicationSeptember publicationSeptember publicationSeptember
September 30 1909 1909Notice 1909Notice 1909Notice
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Notice of Assessment AssessmentMOAPA AssessmbntMOAPA AssessmiintMOAPA
MOAPA GARDEN COMPANY COMP COMP4NY NY Office Officeand Officeand Officeand
and principal place of business buslne B Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Notice is hereby given that thatat thatat thatat
at a regularly and duly called meeting meetingof
of the directors of the Moapa Garden Gardencompany Gardencompany Gardencompany
company held on the 14th day of Sep ¬
tember 1909 at the office gf < f the man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the corporation D H I Livingston LivingstonBoston LivingstonBostCn LivingstonBoston
Boston block Salt Lake Clty CI y Utah an anassessment anarsessment anarsesement
assessment of 10 per cent per share was waslevied waslevied waslevied
levied upon the capital stock of the cor corporation corporation conporation ¬
poration issued and outstanding payable payableon
on or before the 22c 22 day of ofOctober ofOctober orOctober
October A D I 1T09 L < 9 to the act actIng actIng acting
Ing treasurer D H Livingston
1003 Boston block Salt Lak Lakq City Utah UtahAny UtahAny UtahAny
Any stocK upon which this assessment assessmentor
or any part of the same samehaIf 4hall remain remainunpaid remillnunpaid remilnunpaid
unpaid on the 22d day of October 1909 1909will 1909wut 1909will
will be delinquent and vrlll lie advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and unless unlesspayment unlesspa unlesspayment
payment pa lt1ent Is made before will wlI be sold on onWednesday onWednesday onWednesday
Wednesday the 10th day of o November NovemberA
A D 1909 at 10 oclock a m at the theOffice theoiflce theoffice
Office ot D H Livingston Aforesaid foresald to topay topay topay
pay the delinquent assessment assess ent thereon thereontogether thereontogethel thereontogether
together with costs of advertising ad rtfslng and andcosts andcosts andcosts
costs of sale J STOKES JR JRSecretary JRSecretary JRSecretarY
Secretary Moapa Garden Company CompanyOffice CompanyOffice CompanyOffice
Office 514 Templeton Bldg Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahTheres UtahTheres UtahTheres
Theres special information in inthe Inthe Inthe
the classified ads today todayfor If Ifor or peo people peopIe peopIe ¬
pIe who COULD D spjire spfre the themoney themoney themoney
money for a first pay pa7nent > nent on oncome onlome oncome
come real estate
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESConsult NOTICESConsult
Consult county clerk or the respective respectivesigners respectlvsigners respectivesigners
signers for further Information InformationNotice InformationN informationNotice
Notice N ttco to Creditors CreditorsESTATE Credft CreditorsESTATE rS rSESTATE
ESTATE OF JOHN M BERNHISBL
deoeased Creditors will preeent pre ent claims claimswith claimswith claimswith
with vouchers to the undersigned at 221 1
First avenue Waterloo Salt Lake City
Utah on or before the 6th day of January
A D 1910 >
1910DAVID
DAVID M BBRNHISBL
Administrator of estate of John M Bern
hteal deceased deceasedG
C B Dlebl attorney for administrator
Date of first firstpublfeaUon publication Sept 4 A D
1909
Notice to Creditors CreditorsBSTATB CreditorsESTATE CreditorsESTATE
ESTATE OF E L DAVIS DE DEeeased DEceased DEceased
ceased Creditors will present pce ent claims with withyouohera withyouohers withvouoiiers
youohera to the undersigned at S 110 Judge
building SH Lake City Utah on or be ¬
fore the 11th day of July A D MM MMANNA 1IWANNA 1I 1IANNA
ANNA DAVIS DAVISxeoutri
Bxeoutrbc xeoutri of estate te of B L Davis de deoeased delsed deQeaseL
oeased oeasedB lsed lsedEo
B W Senior and E V Higgins at ¬
torneys for estate estateData tate tateDate tateDate
Date of first publication Sept 8 A D DNotice
1900
Notice to Creditors CreditorsBSTATB CreditorsBSTATE CreditorsESTATE
ESTATE OF JOSEPH DAFT DK DKjeased DEceued D Dceased
ceased Creditors will present claims with
vpuehera vouubers to the undersigned und8l lgmld at room 711 < U
Newhouse building Salt Lake City Utah
on < Jn or before the seventh day of January
A D 1110 EMMA F DAFT
Administratrix of the estate of Joseph Jo eph
Daft deceased
George Y Wailacminletratth1c Wallace Jr attorney for ad adDate ¬
ministratrix ministratrixof
Date of first publication Sept 6 A D DNotice
IM 1
Notice to Creditors CreditorsESTATE CreditorsSTATE CreditorsSTAT
ESTATE STAT OF EBniA El IA A LOWE DE
0MMd d Creditors will present claims with =
vouchers to the under undersigned tgn tgned d at the of office flea
of Powers Marloneaux 308 2U to 307 7 Her ¬
ald building Salt Lake dtTutafaV City Utah oToV on or
before the 8th day of January A D 1910
DEWITT B LOWE
Executor of estate of Emma A 11 Lowede LowedeDate Lowe de 4oDate
0MMd 0MMdte
Date te of first publication Sept 3 A D DPowers DPowers
i3 i3Powers
Powers I Marionaaux attorneys attorneysIN
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court probate division in and for Salt
Lake county Utah Department No i
In the matter of the estate of E C
Merrlhew deceased deceasedNoticeThe
NoticeThe petition of H B Jlerrihew
executor praying for the admission to
probate of a certain c rtain document purporting
to be th the last will and t8 testament tament of E
C MerrIhew deceased and for the grant
Ing of letters lett s testamentary to H B Mer Merrihew Merrihew M Mrihew
rihew has been set for hearing on Fri ¬
day the 2M d day of October A A D 1903
at 3 oclock p m at the county court
house In the court room of said court
in Salt ilt Lake City Salt Lake county Utah
witness Itnee the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 4th day of
October A D 1008 1008MARGARET 19 19MARGARET 1909MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR
Seal Cleric
By L I P Palmer Deputy Clerk
B B i Corfman Attorney tor Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE TH DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake
County State of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Gus
tare Nielsen deceased who Is some ¬
times known as Gustave Nellsen and andas
as Gustave Nlelson
Notice NoticeThe The petition of George Al ¬
bert Nielsen administrator of the es ¬
tate of Gustave Nielsen deceased who
is sometimes known ae a IF Gustave Neil Nellsen Neilsen Neilsea
sen and as Gustavo Nlelaon Nlo on praylns
for an order of sale of real and per personal personal personal ¬
sonal property of said decedent and
that all persons Interested appear be before bffore before ¬
fore the said court to show cause wh whan whan v van
an order should not be granted to sell sellso sellso
so much as shall be necessary of the
following described d real and personal personalestate penona1estate personaleette
estate of of said deceased to wit witPersonal witPersonal witPersonal
Personal property 36 shares I1U S of ofstock ofstock ofstock
stock certificate No 120 of Big Cot Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
tonwood Tanner Ditch company
Real property Commencing at ata atapoint a apoint apoint
point 698 98 rods north and 815 rods rot w wo wot wotof < vt vtof t tot
of the southeast corner of the south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east quarter of section 16 township townshipsouth J Jsouth 2south
south range 1 east t in Salt Lake coun county county county
ty state of Utah and running thence thencewest thencewest
west 45 rods thence south 2 rods rodthence rodsthence rodsthence
thence east 46 4 rods th thence nce north northrods 2J 2Jrods 2 2rods
rods to the place of beginning has bef bePH bePHset beiset u uset
set for hearing on Friday the 2M 2Mday d dday i iday
day of October A D 1901 at 2 oclock oclockp
p m at the county court ceurthOWle house in till tlincourt tillcourt thecourt
court room of said court in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtabWilne8 UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this tbl 4th d day dayof dayof iy iyof
of October A D 1909 1909MARGARET 1108MARGARET 190LMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy Cler ClerBy ClerkBy
By L 1 P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkBenjamin CierkBenjamin ClerkBenjamin
Benjamin L Rich Attorney for Pe Petitioner Petitioner Petitioner ¬
titioner titionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE PROBATEdivision PROBATEdivision PROBATEdivision
division in and for Salt Lake county countyUtah countyUtah countyUtah
Utah UtahIn UtahIn UtahIn
In the matter of the estate of Henrietta HenriettaR
R Ostler deceased deceasedNotice deceMdNoticeThe deceasedNoticeThe
Notice NoticeThe The petition of Oliver R Ostler Ostlerexecutor Ostlerexecutor 011crexecutor
executor of the estate of Henrietta R ROstler ROstler BOstler
Ostler deceased praying for the settle settlement aettlement settlemont ¬
ment of final account of Bald Oliver R ROstler ROstler BOstler
Ostler executor and for the distribution distributionof
of the residue of said estate to the persons personsentitled personsentitled personsentitled
entitled has been set for hearing on Fri Friday Frldav Friday ¬
day the 22d 2d d day of October A D 1908 1908at2 19Oat2 i90at
at2 at2 at 2 oclock p m at the county court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house in the court room of said court In InSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness rtalTVltne UtahWitnee
Witness Vltne the clerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 4th th day of ofOctober ofOctober ofOctober
October A D lEO 1909MARGARET 1100rARGARET lEOMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerIcBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkYoung ClerkYoung ClerkYoung
Young Snow Attorneys for Petitioner Petitionerm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO FRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county courly counly
ly state of Utah In the matter of the theestate theelltate theestate
estate elltate and guardianship of Mary E Ehelpa E2helpe E2helpa
helpa Jensen Chester G Phelps Alfred AlfredT
T Phelps and Violetta Phelps minors mlnomNotice minorsNotice minorsNotice
Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of Emily Phelps Christen Christensen
sen praying for the Issuance to herself herselfof
of letters of guardianship on the person personand personand personand
and estate of Mary E Phelps Jensen JensenChester JensenChester JensenChester
Chester G Phelps Alfred T Phelps and andVioietta andVioletta andVioletta
Violetta Phelps minors has been set for forhearing forhearing forhearing
hearing on Friday the 8th day of October OctoberA
A D 1009 at 2 oclock p In at the county countycourt countycourt countycourt
court house in the court room of said saidCourt saidourt saidcourt
Court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake coun county county county ¬
ty Utah UtahWitness utahWllne UtahWitness
Witness s the clerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 3Mb day of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September A D MO MOMARGARET l lMARGARET 1901MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR WITCHBRSeat WITCmmBeaLL
Seat BeaLL Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkB
B Ciegg Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerNotice PetIUonerNotice PetlUonerNotice
Notice to Creditors CreditorsESTATE CreditorsESTATE CreditorsESTATE
ESTATE OF B F SAUNDERS DE DEceased DEe8Sfd BEceased
ceased Creditors will present olnlmi with withvouchers wlt1vouchers witivouchers
vouchers to the undersigned unders at mite 519 519Newhouse E19Newhouse s sNewhouse
Newhouse building Salt Lake City Cft Utah Utahon r lh lhgn
on or before the 10th day of July A 1 D >
1910 111 EDGAR L CLARK CLARKExecutor CLARKExecutor
1 Executor of estate of B F Saunders Saundersdeceased Saundersdeceasecl Saundersleceaee4i
deceased deceasedE
E H Ryan and M J M C Warner attor attorneys attorneys ¬
neys for executor executorDate executorDate executorDate
Date of first publication Sept S A D Dl DIN
1909 l
1909IN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division In and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county State of Utah UtahIn UtahIn
In the matter of the estate eetsteflf j > f Ste Stephen Stephen Stephen ¬
phen Tyne deceased deceasedNotice d dNoticeThe deceasedNoticeThe
Notice NoticeThe The petition of Emma Tyne Tynepraying Tynepraying Tynepraying
praying for the issuance to Lewis Her Herrlck Herrick Herrick
rick of letters of administration in inthe inthe inthe
the estate of Stephen Tyne deceased deceasedhas
has been set for hearing on Friday Frldathe Fridaythe >
the 22d d day of October A D 1909 at atZ atS
2 oclock p m at the county court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house in the court room of said court courtin
in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county countyUtah countyUtah countyUtah
Utah UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal sealUUlreof thereof affixed this 4th day dayof dayof dayof
of October OctoberA A D UI9 UI9MARGARET unIARGARET UeMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy > Clerk ClerkDean ClerkDean ClerkDean
Dean F Bayton Attorney for Peti Petitioner Petitioner Petitloner ¬
tioner tionerRHIGHESTER tionerCHICHESTER tlonerCIIICHESTER
RHIGHESTER S SSrf SPILLS
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FRANK H HEMMERTONS HEMMERTONSTRIAL
TRIAL IS CONTINUED CONTINUEDThe
The case of Frank H Hemmerton Hemmertoncharged Hemmertoncbarged Hemmertoncharged
charged with forging the name of County CountyAttorney CountyAttorney CountyAttorney
Attorney Job T Lyon to a check was wascontinued wascontinued wascontinued
continued for the term by Judge T D DLewis DLewis DLewis
Lewis yesterday In the district court courtHemmerton courtHemmerWn courtHemmerton
Hemmerton served a term in the state statepenitentiary statepenitentiary statepenitentiary
penitentiary was befriended by the coun county county county ¬
ty attorney nttorne and then forged his benefac benefactors benefactors benefactons ¬
tors name He Js is now working In Par Parleys Parleys Parleys ¬
leys canyon The continuance was on onmotion onmoUon onmotion
motion of District Attorney Fred C Loof Loofbourow LoOfbaurow Loofbourow ¬
bourow
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