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Oil and Phosphate Deposits DepositsDiscovered DepositsDiscovered DepositsDiscovered
Discovered Causes Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment to Act ActExistence ActExlstence ActExistence
Existence of extremely valuable de deposits deDoslts der deposits ¬
r posits of petroleum in the southern tier tierqf tierOfeounUes tierof
qf OfeounUes counties In Utah hasbeen recognized recognizedby
by the department of the interior on onreports onreportS onreports
reports made by the United States geo geological gooIbglcul geolbgical ¬
logical survey and large trots tracts of land landbearing lan lanbearing landbearing
bearing these the deposits haVe h ve been with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn from entry So startling were werethe werethe weree
e the reports that the members of the thegeological thegeological thegeological
geological survey believed it necessary necessaryto
to telegraph the Information to Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington and in turn the acting secre seeretary secretary secreta1 ¬
tary ta1 of the th Interior ordered that the theland theland theland
land be withdrawn from entry in a atelegram ate atelegram
telegram te egran sent to the local register and andreceiver andreceiver andreceiver
receiver of the land office This tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram wa vas supplemented by a letter re recaivod reCiilvod reCalved
Calved yesterday yesterdayTh
Th land In question is In San Juan JuanKane JuanICane JuanIane
Kane Garfield Iron and Washington Washingtoncounties Washingtoncounties Vashlngtonco
counties co ntles and most of it is unsurveyed unsurveyedbeng unsurveyedbeing unsurveyedbeing
being designated as land that when whenurveyed whenufveye whenru
ru urveyed ufveye veyed will be found to be in thefollowing the thefollowing thefonong
following following divisions divisionsTownships divisionsTownships divisionsTownships
Townships 31 and 32 3 south range 7east 7 7east 7t
east t townships 31 and 32 3 south range 8ea 8 8ea 8ea
ea township 41 south range 17 east easttowjshlpg easttow1Bhlp easttow
towjshlpg tow1Bhlp tow she 40 41 and 42 4 south range IS ISeast 1 1at R Rcart
east townships 40 41 and 42 4 south southran southraqge southtare
m ran tare e 19 east township 44 south range range7vest rangej
7vest j i VIest 1est townships 43 and 44 south range rangeg rangevest
g vest townships 40 41 42 43 and 44 44south 4180uth 44south
south range 9 I west township 43 south southrange southrange southrange
range S 4 west township 43 south southrange southnmge southrange
range 10 west est townships 41 42 and 43 43south 43south 43south
south range 11 west townships 34 41 41nnd
42 < and 43 south range ran e 12 west town townships townhlps townrhipa ¬
ships 86 42 4 and 48 4 south range 13 west westtownships WeRttownships westtownships
townships 32 35 and 43 south range 14 14west 11west 14West
west townships 35 36 41 and 43 south southrange southJknge southrange
range 15 west township 43 south range rangeIB
IB west townships 35 41 42 and 43 43south 43nith 43south
south nith range 17 vest ve t townships 34 35 35and 25and 5 5Rnd
and 41 south range 18 west township townshipsouth townshipti
ti south range 19 west township 35 35cuth 35uth 35youth
youth range 20 O west westProspecting westProspecting st stProspecting
Prospecting for oil and actual drilling drillinghas drillingl1as drillinghfls
has been going on for several veral years yearsand yearsanti ears earsamI
and in many man instances the strikes have havebeen haPbeen havebeen
been capped while the prospectors con continued continued continued ¬
tinued their work and sought to In Increase Increase increase ¬
crease their holdings holdingsPhosphate holdingsPhosphate holdingsPhosphate
Phosphate Deposits DepositsA Depositssimilar
A similar letter received yesterday yesterdayalso
also directs that a tract ofland of land in the thenorthwestern thenorthwestern thenorthwestern
northwestern corner of Weber county countywhich countwhlch countywhich
which bears valuable phosphate de deposits dtopo deposits ¬
posits po tts be temporarily withdrawn withdrawnThe
The lands are described de crlbed as follows followsIn
In township 7 north range 3 east in insection inS insection
section S Ction 1 the north half in section 10 10the 10the 10the
the northeast t quarter the north half halfof helof halfof
of the northwest quarter the south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west quarter of the northwest quarter quarterthe
the southeast quarter and the east half halfOf halfof halfof
Of th thA southeast quarter In section tlon 12 12the 12th 12the
the th north half the southwest quarter quarterthe
the northwest quarter of the southeast southeastquarter southeastquarter southeastquarter
quarter All of section 14 In section section2E
22 2 the east half In section 24 the thenorth th thnorth thenorth
north half of the northeast quarter th thsouthwest thsouthest the thesouthwest
southwest quarter of the northeast northeastquarter northeastquarter northeastquarter
quarter the west est half the northwest northwestquarter northwestquarter northwestquarter
quarter of the southeast quarter In Insection 1ntlon Insection
section tlon 26 of the same me township are th thnortheast thnortheast the thenortheast
northeast quarter of the northeast northeastquarter nmtheastquarter northeastquarter
quarter the northwest quarter of the thesouthwest thesouthw thesouthwest
southwest southw t quarter and the northwest northwestquarter l1ortheslquarter northwestquarter
quarter quarterIn
In township 7 north range 4 east eastare ea eaItre eastare
are these parts of section tlon 18 The north northwest northWeBt northwest ¬
west quarter of the northeast quarter quarterthe
the northwest quarter the north half halfof halfof halfof
of the southwest quarter and the thesouthwest thtsouthwest thesouthwest >
southwest quarter of the southwest southwestquarter southwetquarter southwestquarter
The first two cases on the calendar calendarwere calendarwere calendarwere
were placed at the endof end of the list when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the supreme court opened ope led for the Oc October October October ¬
tober term yesterday These were the thestate thestate thestate
state against Joseph Barker and the theState thestate thestate
State against Thomas Vance wife mur murderer murderer murderer ¬
derer The case of the state against againstWetwter againstVeblter againstWebster
Webster Green was continued for the theterm theterm theterm
term termDean termDean termDean
Dean F Brayton member of the Ohio Ohiobar Ohiobar Ohiobar
bar was admitted to practice in Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The successful ones who took examina examinations examinations examinations ¬
tions Saturday for the right to practice practicelaw
law in Utah will be admitted by the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court Twelve took the ex examination examination examination ¬
This Disease Is a Form oj ojNeuralgia o j jNeuralgia
t tNeuralgia
Neuralgia and Is Cured by bythe bythe bythe
the Remedy That Cures CuresOther CuresOther CuresOther
Other Forms FormsSciatica FormsSciatica FormsSciatica
Sciatica is neuralgia of the sciatic sciaticnerve sciaticnerve sciaticnerve
nerve and the treatment should be the thesame theS thesame
same S me as for other forms of neuralgia neuralgiaSo
So many severe cases of sciatica have harebeen havebeen havebeen
been cured by Dr Williams Pink Pills Pillsthat Pi Piihthat l lthat
that every sufferer is justified in giving givingthe
the treatment a thorough trial trialSciatica trialSoiatica trialSciatica
Sciatica being an inflammation of the thenerve thenerve thenerve
nerve may arise from many causes causespressure causespressure causespressure
pressure on the nerve a fall upon the tliethighs thetl theHighs
thighs tl ghs lifting heavy weights or expo exposure exposure exposure
sure such as most army veterans have haveundergone hannndergone haveundergone
undergone undergoneMr
Mr J H Shamel of R F D No No2 No2Oherryvale 2 2Cherry 2Cherryvalo
Cherry Oherryvale vale Kansas who served durin dnrinjthe durinthe durinthe
the Civil war as a member of Cos 1 1and E Eand Iiand
and B 76th Ohio Infantry describe describehis
his cure of sciatica by b Dr Williams WilliamsPink WilliamsPink VilliamsPink
Pink Pills as follows followsEver followsEver followsEver
Ever since tho close of the war I had hacsuffered hadsuffered liedsuffered
suffered more or loss with sciatica but buthe butthe butthe
the most serious attack I had was in iiiJanuary inJanuary inJanuary
January Id08 1 08 I was confined to bed beefor bedfor beds
s for nearly two months and had to be bepropped bepropped bepropped
propped up as I could not lie down downThe downThe downThe
The disease affected my entire body bod but buvras butwas butwas
was worse ia the left Bide and hip The Thepains Thepains Thepains
pains were so sharp that it seemed a athough athough as asthough
though a knife was being run into me meOftentimes meOftentimes meOftentimes
Oftentimes the pains would shift sud suddenly suddenly saddonly
denly from my hips to my side and even evento eyento event0
to the cords of my m neck neckI
I was under the t e care of doctors for n nlong nlong along
long time but they the did me 110 good goodLiniments goodLiniments goodLiniments
Liniments did not help me and the in injectiou injection inj injection
jection of morphine was the only thing thingthat thingthat thingthat
that gave me relief My dangliteraJ dangliteraJvised daughter aJ aJised advised
j vised me to give Dr Williams Pink PinkPills PinkPills PinkPills
Pills atrial I did and they gave me mewonderful mewonderful mewonderful
wonderful benefit Tho pain entirely
left me and I have had no return of the thesciatica thesciatica thesciatica
sciatica since sinceSciatica sinceSciatica sinceSciatica
Sciatica it stubborn in resisting trea treaument treament treawent
ment and the patient frequently suffersfor suffers suffersfor suffenfor
for years ears l vr r Williams PiukPiJJs Pink PiUs dc dcnot denot donot
not simply relieve pain but they cure curediseases curediseases curediseases
diseases caused by b depraved or vitiated vitiatetblood vitiatedblood itiatedblood
blood They are also effacacious for the thetreatment thetrentmeIft thetreatment
treatment of oven tho most severe nero nervous nerovous herevous
vous disorders disordersDr
Dr Williams Pink Pills arc sold bv bvall b ball byall
all druggists or will be sent postpaid postpaidon
on receipt of price flO ocntsporbox cents per rbox box ms msboxo 1i iisbexet 3 3box
box for 250 by tho 1 Dr William WilliamMedicine WiUintDiMOOicino WilliamMedicine
Medicine Company Sohvnuotady N Y
Dancing Conservatory Con rvatory hall Monday MondayHauerbachs MondayHauerbaehs IondayHauerbnchs
Hauerbachs band
Locomotor ocomotor Ataxia AtaxiaI a aI
I suffered intensely from Loco Locomotor Locomotor Locomotor
motor Ataxia and 311dDr Dr Miles Anti AntiPain AntiPain AntiPain
Pain Pills gave me great relief I Ihave Ihavc Ihave
have taken them for a long time timeand timeand timeand
and some people say they are not notgood notgood notgood
good for me Well maybe not but butthey butthey butthey
they relieve my m pain and I will take takethem tal talthem takethem
them as long as they continue to do doso doso o oso
so AntiPain and Nerve and an Liver LiverPills LiverPiBs LiverPills
Pills keep me up and I assure you youI
I am thankful for that thatJACOB thatJACOB thatJACOB
JACOB HIRGEL Covington Ind IndMany Indrnn IndMany
Many rnn persons who suffer con constantly COllstnnt1 constantly ¬
stantly stnnt1 from chronic diseases find finderreat findrent findgreat
great rent relief by the use of Dr Miles MilesAntiPain MilesAntiPain fie8AntiPain
AntiPain Pills and after several severalyears severnlyears severalyears
years use say sn that they the have in no noway noway noway
way injured them or created a habit habitThe haMtrill habitThe
The first package Jkn e will ill benefit If notour not notyour notour
your our druggist dMJ It will 111 return your onr money moneyJ 11I001 11I001J uouerThe
The Clothier ClothierHAS ClothierHAS ClothierHAS
IJIrcetly across OH the street from the theold theold
old Mtniul
Our line this season has met with its usual success and ap approval approval approval ¬
proval of the discriminating public We are receiving receivingnew
new and original models eaoh day which enables us to toshow toshow toshow
show the largest and most complete line in the city of ofExquisite ofExquisite ofExquisite
Exquisite Gowns Strictly Tailored Suits and andSmart andStuart and5niart
Smart Cloth Dresses DressesOur DressesOur DressesOur
Our Line of Coats Is Exceptionally Stroll StrollFor StlOllFor StrohFor I
For a number of years our garments have been noted for fortheir fortheir fortheir I
their excellence of workmanship finish and style styleHats styleHats styleHats I
Hats of the Latest Creation CreationModel Creatiolllodel CreationModel
Model Street Hats Handsome Dress Hats and andAuto aUtlAuto aildAlto I
Auto Bonnets BonnetsWaists BonnetsVaists BonnetsWaists I
Waists WaistsFancy WaistsFancy VaistsFancy I
Fancy blouses and all the newest effects for head dress dressnow dressnow dressnow
now in vogue The cut Jets and Silver and Gold Orna Ornaments Ornaments Ornaments ¬
ments and exquisite Pearls in all the latest novelties will willbe winbe willbe
be displayed displayedIL
woM N I
IL rr I OiL j
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In sickness or in health the best food is isW isI
I V V dEuBudBAHdU db b bTry
Try it for breakfast with milk or creameasily cream creameasily
I easily digested digestedstrengthening strengthening and sat sateis satisfying ¬ I
isfying isfyingTiie is is fyin ng ngTHOMAS g
CIt lIB c
Tae grocer had a horse The Th horse horsedied horsedied
died It was insured We e collected collectedthe
the Insurance Mr Ir Nott can now nowbuy nowbuy
buy bu another horse This Is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the many ma ny kinds of claims we a col collect collect collect ¬
lect If somebody somewhere owes owesyou owesyou owesyou <
you some money you better turn In Inyour tnyour inyour
your claim We collect for every everybody averybod ¬ cK cKbody
body bod everywhere We do not like liketo liketo liketo
to collect claims when they become bwnmumore 1Jeemnumore becomemore
more than fifty years old but buthavc wv wvhave wehave
have collected some tnat were 36 i to
35 5 years enrs old without much trouble troubleGenerally troubleGenerally troubleGenerally
Generally speaking it is better not nocto notto notto
to wait EO o long The commissions commissionswe
we are going to earn on the collec collections collectlom ¬
tions which you turn us will come comein conicIn
in handy now So will the money moneycome mone monecome moneycome
come in handy for you Write or orsee I t tMERCHANTS
see us
Rooms 777882S3939493969798S i 76 9100 IOO Commercial Block BlockSalt BlockSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Francis G Luke Gen 1 Manager ManagerSome ManagerSome
Some People Dont Lk < > Vs
Best est Butter Made ae in In Utah UtahThis ta taI
I t tThis
This is what Blanchard Butter received r in > a competitive c contest contestat
at the Utah State Fair FairA FairTHERE FairTHERE
A large modern Creamery expert butter makers perfect cleanli cleanliness cleanlipess ¬
pess ness and sanitation September 10th 1 the Jensen Creamery Company Company Com Company ¬
pany was as examined and out of a possible one hundred points pointsreceived pointsreceived pointsreceived
received a score of ninetyfive je points Dairy FoodCommission FoodCommissionv Food Commission Commissioner
I v er Walter J Frazier under date of Sept 1 13th writes as follows followsSALT followsSALT followsSALT
Salt Lake Ldke City Cit Utah Se Septa Sep t13 13 13 09 09Jensen 09Jensen 9 9Jensen
Jensen Creamery CoSalt Co CoSalt CoSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahGentlemen UtahGentlemen o
Gentlemen Please find enclosed a copy of the score card of your Creamery I Is Ican Ican Ican
can not see where you can improve the same except outside surroundings could couldbe
be paved
Yours Yoursverytruly very verytruly truly t Walter J Frazier FrazierK FrazierFood i iJ ic <
K J c Food Dairy Commissioner CommissionerVi
C t The BUTTER CREAM and MILK we sell are PASTEURIZED P a process pro process ess which whichdestroys which5i whichgerms
> r t 5i destroys germs and assures a PURE and HEALTHFUL product If you want w nt the thebest thei thebest
i t best ask your Grocer for BLANCHARD Butter Eggs ggs and Cheese If your Grocer Grocerdoes Grocerdoes Grocerdoes
does not handle BLANCHARD telephone us Phones Bell ExA3 Ex 43 Ind 1085 1085t 1085JENSEN 1085JENSENCREAMERY
J < 111
fl co
Should the weather bureaus through throughout ¬
out the country decide to become ob obstreperous obstreperous obstreperous ¬
streperous during the cpming c mlng season seasonUncle seasonUncle seasonUncle
Uncle Sam will be compelled to dig digdown digdown digdown
down deep into his pockets and produce producesomething pro producesomething uCoe uCoesomething
something over a million dollars more morethan morethan morethan
than he did last year For rubber has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken wings and it requires s heavy heavyweights heavyweights heavyweights
weights of gold to bring it to earth earthThe earthThe earthThe
The worlds production of this sticky stickyevil stickyevil stickyevil
evil smelling elasticbut elastic but tremendously tremendouslynecessary tremendouslynecessary tremendouslynecessary
necessary coagulated juice of a tropic tropicpalm tropicpalm tropicpalm
palm has been mortgaged for years in inadvance inadvnnce inadvance
advance and does not begin to supply supplythe
the demand No satisfactory substi substitute sub substitute tl tltute ¬
tute for its innumerable uses has been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found Ten years ago crude rubber was wasplentiful wasplentiful wasplentiful
plentiful at 85 cents a pound while hUe to today today today ¬
day It is very scarce at 209 209Salt 209Snit 209Salt
Salt Lake shoe dealers generally declare de declare declare ¬
clare that there must be a marked ad advance advance advance ¬
vance in the prices of rubber footwear footwearIn
In the near future futureRubbers futureRubbers futureRubbers
Rubbers for women which are selling sellingnow
now at 60 and 75 cents will be sold for
86 cents centsMens centsMens centsMens
Mens overshoes now n 1 will be ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced to 115 a pair pairThere pairThere t
There will be a boost of 15 per cent centin centin centip
in rubber boots with an additional in increase Increase increase ¬
crease a probability probabilityAutomobile probabilityAutomobile probabilityAutomobile
Automobile tires will cost 25 per cent centmore centmore centmore
more than at present presentRubber preseptRubber presentRubber
Rubber bands for stationery s uses useswhich useswhich useswhich
which are very veI pure will jump from from1W
130 to 225 a pound poundElectrical poundElectrical poundElectrical
Electrical supplies and belting are to toincrease toIncrense toincrease
increase proportionately while fire hose hoseof hoseof
of the better class will also come infor in infor infor
for a raise raiseIt
It is a fact that the rubber situation situationis
is very serious said the buyer of a alarue alar alarge
large lar e Sat Lake wholesale concern yes yesterday yesteMay yestealay ¬
terday The price of crude rubber has hasrisen hasrisen hasrisen
risen much more rapidly r pldly than those of ofmanufactured ofmanufactured ofmanufactured
manufactured products principally for forthe forthe forthe
the reason that large stocks have been beencarried beencarried beencarried
carried But with renewals the cost is isbound Isbound isbound
bound to jump A particularly inclem inclement inclement Inclement ¬
ent winter in the city with correspond corresponding ¬
ing heavy sales will cause a soaring soaringin
in prices which will be astonishing astonishingYou
You see he continued the Ameri Americans Americans Americans ¬
cans lead the th world In the manufacture
of the better class of rubber goods and andperhaps andperhaps andperhaps
perhaps onethird of the finer products productsare
are exported This is particularly true trueof trueof trueof
of footwear The absorption of a large largeproportion largeproportion largeproportion
proportion of the worlds rubber for forautomobile forautomobile forautomobile
automobile tires its more general use usein useIn usein
in electrlcs with the large cities taking takinggreater takinggreater takinggreater
greater precautions against fires and andusing andusing andusing
using thousands of additional feet of offire offire offire
fire hose has caused an exhaustion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crude supply Orders placed a t year yearago yearago yearago
ago have not as yet been filled filledThe filledThe tiltedThe
The best rubber in the world is pro produced produced produced ¬
duced In Brazil where climatic condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions are ideal Attempts have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made to raise Para rubber the standard standardIn
In Mexico and South Africa In these theseregions theseregions theseregions
regions rubber Is produced but it lacks lacksthe lacksthe lacksthe
the finer qualities of the Para product
DECflVf DECEIVEP118110 DECEIVEP118110Food PltBLiC PltBLiCFood
Food Commissioner Will Pros Prosecute Prosecute Prosecute ¬
ecute Restaurants If Syrup SyrupLabel SyrupLabel SyrupLabel
Label Is Misleading MisleadingWillard
Willard Hansen state food and dairy dairycommissioner dair daircommissioner dairycommissioner
commissioner is planning a campaign campaignagainst campaign8Rlnst campaignagainst
against local restaurants which hlch are said saidto saidto saidto
to have been serving an imitation of ofmaple ofmapl ofmaple
maple syrup as the pure article the thscommissioner th thcommhsloner thecommissioner
commissioner believing that the public publicshoud publicshoud publicshoud
shoud not be told that the genuine genuinemaple genuinemaple genuinemaple
maple is being serve servei in cases whore whorethis whtrthis wherethis
this is not so It is said that some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the restaurant proprietors are aervlns aervlnsa c jervlna rvln rvlna
a syrup which is made from ordinary ordinarysugar or oriuinarysugar l1ary l1arysuar
sugar flavored flal = ed with a maple prepara preparation prepntlon prepartion ¬
tion while lllle others are using a maple anl an3cane an ancane anlcane
cane sugar bcnrt bcnrtIf
If the plans of the state bureau of officers officers f fficers ¬
ficers ar are earifd carri 1ft7r f l out the restaurant restaurantproprietors restaurantproprietors restaurantproprietors
proprietors who are not using the cure ourearticle Qurearticle curearticle
article will have to advertise that they theyare th theyare < y yare
are serving syrup with their hot hotcakes totcakes Lotcakes
cakes or else supply the real article articleSamples flrU la laSamples leSamples
Samples of syrups which are used in insome insome insome
some of the dining cars have been obtained rb rbtained Ibtaln
tained taln by the state commissioner one oneof on onof oneof
of th these e purporting to be the real maple mapleand malilean mapleand
and an the other a blend and n I rez records trcla of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these will be secured from the s sate satechemist ate atechemist atechemist
chemist chemistAnother chemistAnother chemistAnother
Another crusade which is promised J bythe by bythe > y ythe
the state bureau is that against againstslaughter againstslaughter againstslaughter
slaughter houses in the neighborhood neighborhoodof
i of Park City and Coalville which w lh ac according aei according ¬
i cording to an inspection In just completed completedby
by Simeon Hansen deputy stnte inspector in inspector ¬
spector the secondinspection made by bythe bythe bythe
I the bureau have not yet come up to torequirements torequirements torequirements
requirements Commissioner Hansen Hansensaid HansenMonda Hansensaid
said Monday Monda that most of the slaugh slaughter ¬
ter houses throughout the state have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been put in fair condition as a result resultof
of the order from the bureau the th ex exceptions exceptions exceptions ¬
ceptions being in the case of those thosepersons thosepersons thosepersons
persons who were inclined to think thestate the thestate thestate
state bureau not in earnest in its it cam campaign camI campaign ¬
I paign paignWarning palgnI paignWarning
I Warning letters have been sent out outto outi outto
i to persons pers < ns who have not met m t the regniremerts rer rerquiremerts re requlremerh
quiremerts In respect to keeping hogs horjsat ho s sat
at a distance of at least 100 feet from fomthe fromthe fJmthe
the slaughter houses If this warning warningis
is not followed by immediate Imme late improve improvement lmprnement improvement ¬
ment before bt > fore the next inspection prose prosecutions pr prosecutions e eeutlons ¬
cutions are promised
Demand far lots in Fairmount FairmountSprings FnirmountSprings FairmountSprings
Springs subdivision in the southeastern southeasternpart
part of the city continues good The Theopening Theopenln Theopening
opening of the weeks wt > eks business was wasmarked wasmarket1 wasmarked
marked by the sale le of two lots Many Manyprospective Manyprospective Ianyprospective
prospective purchasers were shown over overthe ocrthe overthe
the ground Sunday and this weeks weekssales weekssales weekssales
sales promise to equal the fine record recordof
of last week A number of those who whohave whohav whohave
have > bought building sites have an announced announced announced ¬
nounced their intention of erecting cot cottages cottages cottages ¬
tages in the subdivision
In Dr Ira D Travis office the fourth fourthperiod fourthperiod fourthperiod
period class debated yesterday The ques question question question ¬
tion was Resolved That the United UnitedStates rnlt UnitedStates d dStates
States Should Grant Shipping Subsidies SubsidiesEarnest SubsidiesEarnest SubsidiesEarnest
Earnest Quayle and Arthur Doran on the theaffirmative theaffirmative theaffirmative
affirmative were the winners Miss Elizabeth Eliz Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
abeth Coath and William Bancroft advo advocated advocated advocated ¬
cated the negative Emmet Provience ProvienceGleed ProvlenceGleed ProvienceGleed
Gleed Miller and Leland Shaffer were werejudges werejudges werejudges
judges judgesProfessor judgesProfessor judgesProfessor
Professor I atchfteld lectured in theHigh the theHigh theHigh
High school Eaton gymnasium room yes yesterday yesterday > s sterday ¬
terday afternoon The board of educa education education education ¬
tion and all teachers were present air airLatehfleld 1lrlatlhfleld MrLatchfield
Latehfleld gave personal recollections of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas Carlyle Robert Browning Victor VictorHugo VictorHugo VictorHugo
Hugo Alfred Tennyson with whom he hewas hewas hewas
was acquainted Carlyle he said con considered considered considered ¬
sidered Tennyson Tenn son the greatest man in inevery Inevery inevery
every way wa not excepting Bismarck BismarckGirls BismarckGirls BismarckGirls
Girls gymraslum classes under the in instruction 111stnlctfon instruction ¬
struction of Miss lIss Elsie J Ward Va rd are now nowwell nowwell nowwell
well organized and running smoothly
Ml Miss s Fernstrom is assistant instructress instructressOne
One clans has 193 students Basketball Basketballteams Basketballteams Basketballteams
teams will be organized for the Interseho interscholastle Interseholastkchamplonshlp Interseholastle
lastle lastkchamplonshlp championship Two exhibition days dayswill dayswill dayswill
will be held this year yearLadles yearLadies 001 001Ladlts
Ladles Literary club members were spe special special special ¬
cial guests of Professor George A Eaton Eatonand Eatonand Eatonand
and faculty yesterday yesterdayYesterday yesterdayYesterday sterda sterdaYesterda
Yesterday afternoon Commandant William Wil William 11 11Uam ¬
liam C Webb ebb company corn pan commanders and andsecond andfleCond andsecond
second year ear men who have been be chosen chosenfor
for or aides resumed instructing recruits recruitsEight recruitsEight recruitsEight
Eight appointments from noncommissioned noncommis noncommlssloned noncommissioned
sioned officers to be lieutenants will prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl be announcd Wednesday WednesdayYale ednesdayYale
Yale Phoutz an alumnus was a visitor visitorof
of the school yesterday yesterdayThe esterdayThe
The debate for Dr Ira D Travis sec second second seeond ¬
ond period class for this morning will be beon bEon beon
on Good Roads RoadsA
A meeting me < tln of all candidates for the thesenior thepenlor theeenlor
senior football team was called yesterday yesterdaynoon
noon by b Captain Jlmmle Edwards The Theturnout Th Thtura Theturaout
turnout tura ut for practice was comnamtlvely comnamtlvelyntall
ntall mall a Q + e th big bl t tam om is comprised prin principally princIpally princlpally ¬
cipally of seniors

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