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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 181909 18 1909 3
I NEWS OF UTAH 01 AH AND ADJOINING STATES SI A YES I
Ogden News NewsOffice
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation streetIrc1auon
Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth TwentYfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden StreetOgden
Ogden Monday Oct 18 18Daughter 18WOMAN 18WOMANFINDSFATHERDEAD
WOMAN WOMANFINDSFATHERDEAD WOMANFINDSFATHERDEADDaughter FINDS fATHER DEAD DEADDaughter
Daughter Arrives to t Nurse Her Pa Parent Parcnt Parent ¬
rent Who Passes Away Before BeforeShe BeforeShe BeforeShe
She Reaches Him HimSpecial HimSpecIal HimSpecial
Special to The HeraluRepublican HeraluRepublicanOgden Heral Republican RepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 17The 17Thermalns remains of Le LeGrand LeGrand LeGrand
Grand R Anderson the wealthy old man manwho ma maho manwho
who ho died at the Ogden General hospital hospitalof
of pneumonia several days ago were sent sentto sentto sentto
to Decatur Mich for burial last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The body was accompanied east by Mrs MrsGrace MrsGrece Mr3Grace
Grace Hammond a daughter who arrived arrivedh arrivedhere
h here re yesterday with her son Mrs Ham wammond Hammond Hammond
mond was shocked when she reached Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den to learn of her fathers death She SheImd Shehad Shelind
had supposed from the meager details detailscontained detailsontalned detailscontained
contained in the dispatch that her father fatherwas fathtrwas fatherwas
was ill and had come to assist In nurs nursing nursin nursleg ¬
leg in him back to health healthWhen healthhln healthWhen
When hln Mr Anderson died at the hospi hospital hospItal hospiml ¬
tal after several days illness it was be beUeved beUeved beIeved
Ueved that he had no means but an ex examination examination examinatlon ¬
amination of his will which he made madeFome madeEome maderome
rome time ago showed that lie liedevised 11edevised hedevised
devised all his property to tobin tob18 tohI
bin hI daughter Mrs Ir Hammond Mr Ir An Ander AndertMn Anderon
der dertMn on several years ears ago was a success successful SUCCeiStnl successful ¬
ful farmer in Michigan Afterwards he heengaged heengaged heongagM
engaged In the banking business which he hefollowed hefollowed liefollowed
followed for or some time During the past pastfew pastfew pastfew
few years ears his daughter says he has hasshown hasshOwn hasshOW1
shown a disposition to travel consider considerably consIderably considerably ¬
ably He was 74 years ears of age at the time timeof timeof timeof
of his death
MEN ARE A BADLY BITTEN BITTENVicious
Vicious Bulldog in Ogden Attacks AttacksMen Attacksen AttacksMen
Men en and Inflicts Serious SeriousInjuries SeriousInjuries SeriousInjuries
Injuries InjuriesSpecial InjuriesSpecIal InjuriesSjeeiaI
Special to The HeruldRepubllcan HeruldRepubllcanOgden
Ogden Oct 17Last evening while at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting to save his dog from being eat eaten eaten ¬ i ien
en up by b a vicious bulldog J Weber was wasbadly wasbadt wasbadly
badly badt lacerated by the bulldog Another Anotherman
man Ilame unknown volunteered assist assistance assistapce assist8HCO ¬
ance to Weber cber and the bulldog l > drove his histeeth histeeth histeeth
teeth through the fleshy part of the mans mansleg mansleg mansleg
leg Both men had to call a doctor to todreae todrellS todree
dreae the wounds woundsThe woundsThe woundsThe
The bulldog seems to be a tramp but buthe buthe buthe
he shows the scars of many a fierce fiercebattl fiercebAttl fiercebatti
battl He has been around town a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal during the past year ear or so but he heliad hehad hehad
had never before been known to attack a aman amlin aman
man It Is said that about a year ago agothis agothIs agothis
this particular bulldog fought a badger badgeruntil badgeruntil badgeriinUl
until his eyes were nearly scratched out outand outand outand
and that for a number num r of days afterwards afterwardshe
h he was In constant search for the badger badgerevidently badgerevIdently badgerevidently
evidently eager to finish him
MAN NEARLY NEARLYELECTROCUTED NEARLYELECTROCUTEDWorkman ELECTROCUTED ELECTROCUTEDWorkman
Workman Comes in Contact With a alive aLive aLive
live Wire and Receives Heavy HeavyVoltage HeavyVoltage HeavyVoltage
Voltage VoltageSpecial VoltageSpecial VoltageSpecial
Special to The T e HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 17 17Whlle While working on the theFt theteel theFteeI
Ft teel el tower transmission line of the Tel Tellurlde Tellurlde Telluride
lurlde Power company Immediately east eastof eastof eastof
of the city a young man by the name of ofEakln ofEakIn ofEakin
EakIn came In contact with a live wire wireabout wireabout wireabout
about 3 p m yesterday and received a aheavy ahoovy aheavy
heavy voltage of electricity After re receiving receiving recelving ¬
ceiving the shock the man fell a adls adlstance dis distance distance ¬
tance of about 40 feet to the ground groundHe
He was rendered unconscious and it was wasthought wasthought I Ithought
thought for a tlm thSf th thtt f h Tould it uld not sur survive survlve survive ¬
vive viveHe
He was taken to the hospital where Dr DrEdward DrEdward DrEdward
Edward Rich was called The doctor doctorsays doctorsays doctorsays
says the young man is badly ba ly burned about aboutthe aOOutthe aboutthe
the arms and legs and other parts of the thebody thebody thebody
body but that his injuries are not consid considered consIdered considered ¬
ered to be of a fatal nature
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDENTSENJOY STUDENTSENJOY STUDENTSENJOY
ENJOY THE FIRST DANCE DANCESpecial DANCESJlCIal DANCESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 17 170er Over 100 couples enjoyed enjoyedthe
the first dance given in the new High Highschool Highschool Highschool
school building last night The ball was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given by the members of the High school schoolorchestra schoolorchestra schoolorchestra
orchestra which furnished the music dur during during durIng ¬
ing the evening for the members of the theHtph theIIIth the111gb
Htph school football team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The members of the All Hallowsv Hallowhfoot Hallowhfootbal1 foot football ¬
ball eleven of Salt Lake were the hon honflred honled hen6red
flred led guests of the evening The patrons patronsami patronsand patronsand
and patronesses were Mr Ir and Mrs Irs J O OCress OCro 0Cross
Cress Cro Miss Susie Rayburn Miss lIs Edna EdnaMartin EdnafarUn EdnaMartin
Martin Miss May Kyle and members of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the faculty
ENJOYABLE CONCERT CONCERTSpecial CONCERTSlkclal CONCERTpeciat
Special to The HeraldRepublioan HeraldRepublioanOgden
Ogden Oct 17 17rnder Under the di direction direction direction ¬
rection of Professor Pr < l2ssor Joseph Bal Ballantyn Ballantyn Ballantyn
lantyn who Vi I Ve musioil instructor
at the school the blind pupils of the stat statschool statschool statschool
school for the deaf and blind were gtven givenan gtvenan
an excellent concert at the Institution last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night
ADJUDGED INSANE INSANESpecial INSANESpecial INSANESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 17 17Edward Edward J OCallahan OCallahana
a well known member of the sporting fra fraternity fraternity Iraternity ¬
ternity was adjudged insane by a board boardof
of lunacy yesterday and ordered sent to tothe tothe tothe
the state mental hospital at Provo Dep Deputy Deput Dsputy ¬
uty ut Sheriff Hutchens left for Provo with withOCallahan withOCallahan withOCaliahan
OCallahan late yesterday afternoon
BACK IS BRQKEN BY FAll FAILAustrian FAllAustrian FALLAustrian
Austrian Employed at Bingham Mine MinePlunges MinePlunges MinePlunges
Plunges Down a Long Chute ChuteWhile ChuteWhile ChuteWhile
While at Work WorkSpecial WorkSpecIal WorkSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublIcanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Oct 17 11Mlke Mike Jucomich an anAustrian anAustrian anAustrian
Austrian employed as tImberman in the thesulphide thesulphide thesulphide
sulphide tunnel of the Boston Consolidated ConsolidatedMining ConsolidatedlInlng ConsolidatedMining
Mining company fell fe 1 down a chute early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning a distance of sixty feet feetbreaking feetbreaking feetbreaking
breaking his bacK The Austrian was wasstanding wasstandIng wasstanding
standing on some lagging on the ninth ninthlevel nInthItvel ninthlevel
level to fix the gate of the chute The Thetimber Thetimber Thetimber
timber helper not knowing that he was wasstanding wasstanding wasstanding
standing there dropped the lagging down downthe downthe downthe
the chute the Austrian falling with It Itpast Itpast Itpast
past eight sets of timbers timbersWhen timbershen timbersWhen
When hen picked up he was unable to tostand tostand tostand
stand A physician was called and the theman theman theman
man was taken to the local hospital hospitalThis hospitalThis hospitalThis
This morning he was shipped to St StMarks 8tIarks StMarks
Marks hospital in Salt Lake He is un unable unable unable ¬
able to sit up his back undoubtedly be being beIng being ¬
ing broken by the terrific force of the thefull thefall thefall
fall He Is single 26 years of age and andhas andhas andhas
has been in the employ of the company companyabout COVlpanaool1t companyabout
about three years He has one brother brotherin
in camp
PIONEER LAID TO REST RESTFuneral RESTFuneral RESTFuneral
Funeral of Amos S Warren Is Held Heldat Heldat
f
at Springville SpringvilleSpecial SpringvilleSpecial SpringvilleSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSprlnfrville HeraldRepub1lcanSprlngvIlle HeraldRepublicanSprlngville
SprlngvIlle Oct 17 HThe The funeral of ofAmos ofAmos ofAmos
Amos S Warren a pioneer and an In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian war veteran was held here Friday Fridayunder Fridayundcr FrIdaunder
under the auspices of the local war ver veterans verprans vererans ¬
erans associatIon State Choirister Georg GeorgeHarrison GeorgHarrIson GeorgHarrison
Harrison conducted the singing and words wordsof
of praise of Mr Warrtn were spoken spokenby
by his comrades comradesMr
Mr Warren was born orn In York state stateJune stateJune stateJune
June 10 1S31 He crossed cro sed the plains In
1850 and drove one of the Hrst ten wagons wagonsthat wagonsthat wagonsthat
that came to Springville on Sept IS of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that year Here he had lived and taken takenpart takenPQt takenpart
part in all tha th pioneer labors of building buildinga bulldlna >
a new state He was for years a gov government government government ¬
ernment interpreter to the Indians also alsointerpreter alsoInterpreter alsointerpreter
interpreter for or Governor Brigham Young YounirHe YoungHe
He leaves It ves a wife and many mar children and andgrandchildren an angrandchIldren andgrandchildren
grandchildren
TICKET IS NAMED NAMEDLehi
Lehi Democrats Place Their Candi Candidates Candidates Candidates ¬
dates in Nomination NominationSpecial Nominationqpeclal NominationpeeIal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLehl
Lehl Oct 17 17The The Democrats of Lehl Lehlmet Lehlmet Lehimet
met In the city hall last night and de declared declared deelated ¬
clared themselves to be unequivocally in infavor infavor infavor
favor of prohibition denounced the local localRepublicans localRepublicans localRepublicans
Republicans for refusing to fuse fu e with withthem withthem withthem
them and to put a Citizens ticket In the thefield t1wfield thefield
field After condemning everything the theRepublicans thlRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans had ever done they named namedG
G N Child chairman of the convention conventionand
and E J Child secretary and then nom nominated nomInated nommated ¬
inated the following ticket ticketMayor ticketIayor ticketMayor
Mayor Edward Southwick recorder E EJ EJ EJ
J Child treasurer John Stoker justice justiceof
of the peace EH Kendall Councilmen CouncilmanFouryear CouncilmenFourrear CouncilmenFouryear
Fouryear term W v F Gurney twoyear twoyearterms two twoyearterms ear earterms
terms R J Whlpple George G Webb Webband Webband Webband
and Thomas Jones
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION CONVENTIONHELD
HELD AT MT PLEASANT PLEASANTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt It Pleasant Oct 17 17The The Republicans Republicansheld
held n ld their convention last night nI ht for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of nominating a ticket for the thecoming thecoo theCoflhiflg
coming coo ins city election electi T1 J M Boydon Bo d l was wasin wasIn wasin
in the chair with M 1 R Anderson secre secretary secretaf secretary ¬
tary taf The following nominations were weremade wermade wercmade
made Mayor Christian Johanson re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Orange Aldrich treasurer Adolph AdolphMerz AdolphIerz AdolphMerz
Merz justice of the peace A B Walda Waldamar Waldamar Valdlimar
mar longterm councilman Oscar F FWall FWall FWall
Wall short terms S E Jensen Joseph JosephJordan JosephJordan JosephJordan
Jordan and Niels Madsen A campaign campaigncommittee campaIsncommIttee campaigncommittee
committee was naned as follows John JohnKhudson JohnKnudson JohnKnudson
Knudson J W V Cherry Orange aran Aldrich AldrichA
A C Wall S E Jensen and W D Cand Candland Candland Candland
land
MANTI DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSNAME DEMOCRATSNAME DEMOCRATSNAMECANDIDATES
NAME NAMECANDIDATES NAMECANDIDATESSpecial CANDIDATES CANDIDATESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanManti
Manti Oct 17 1701 On Friday evening last lastthe lastthe lastthe
the Democrats of o this city assembled ass mbled in inthe Inthe inthe
the council house about forty f rty strong and andnominated andnomInated andnominated
nominated the following ticket to be vot voted votIl voted ¬
ed Il for at the coming city election electionFor e electIonFor t1on t1onFor
For mayor Daniel H RobIson council councilman councilman councilman ¬
man fouryear term Andrew O Ander Anderson ¬
son councilmen Jacob Keller Alexander AlexanderBarton AlexanderBarton AlexanderBarton
Barton and Fred C Keller recorder recorderFrederick recordFrederick recorderFrederick
Frederick Petrsen treasurer lIES Emma EmmaHansen EmmaHansn EmmaHansen
Hansen justice C l F Carlson CarlsonNo
No enthusiasm was manifest but the themen themen themen
men selected ronsidered among the thebest thebeit thebest
best In th t II h for these th se positions
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that are piling in inEvery inEvery inEvery
Every man in this city knows the value of my fabrics fabricsthe fabricsthesplendid fabricsthesplendid the thesplendid
splendid qualities they represent representand and the careful and upto uptodate uptodate uptodate
date manner in which I handle all work workconsequence consequence is when whenI
I advertise a great sale such as is the case now I am fairly fairlyburied fairlyburied I Iburied
buried with orders They know that I personally supervise supervisethe
the making of every garment and guarantee the money back backif
if satisfaction is not complete completeSuits completeSuils completeSuits9
Suits Overcoats Pants Vests I
30 to 50 Per Cent Off OffDANIELS I Ii i i
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DANIELS the Tailor I
67 West Second South Street StreetOpen StreetOpen StreetOpen
Open evenings till 8 oclock during this sale salee I
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DONT FORGET FORGETin
in your next grocery order orderto
to gently but firmly insist insiston
on onHEWLETTS HEWLETTS TEAS TEASThe
The pleasure enjoyed will willrepay willJepay willrepay
repay you for the trouble
I THERES SAFETY IX TRADING HERE HEREIS IIEREYour hEREYour
Your Confidence IS ISOur isOur isOur
Our Greatest Asset AssetIf
If you ou always get fresh pure drugs from froma
a drug store youre pretty apt to trade tradeat
at that store all the time UmeThat5 Thats why wh we wehave wehave wehave
have so many steady customers who de depend depend depend ¬
pend upon our skill In filling prescriptions prescriptionsand
and upon our advice respecting other otherthings otherthIngs otherthings
things a drug store sells We feel en entitled entltltd entitled ¬
titled to say Theres Safety In Trading
Here and we believe we have your con confidence confidence confidence ¬
fidence fidenceWillesHorne fidenceWilles fidenceWillesHorne
WillesHorne Willes Horne Drug Co CoDnlldlngr CoNew CoNew5
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Specials for forEVERYBODY Today TodayEVERYBODY
EVERYBODY WILL BE BUYING TOWELS MONDAY MONDAYSAMPLE MONDAYSAMPLE MONDAYSAMPLE
SAMPLE TOW TOWELS TOWELSI24 to Worth o 125 125THIS up upto 24 C EA EATIllS
THIS GREAT SALE OP SAMPLE TOWELS WILL DRAW THE CROWDS CROWDSA
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when description and price Is read One towel Item in modest tr > ° t tis i iIs 1 1Is
Is sure to stimulate the energy of frugal housewives hotel keepers klepf keirsboarding > rs at 011 011boarding 1 1boarding
boarding house keepers Such cheapness Is a distinct trade scoop scoopTowels gOorTowels
Towels that sell at J125 J125Towels 125 125Towels
Towels that sell at 100 SlOOTowels 100Towels
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road salesmen Some are slightly soiled from handling but otherwsa otherwsaare
are all In perfect condition Towels worth up to Jl 125 125Monday 25 25Monday
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THE SEASONS GREATEST GREATESTUNDERWEAR GREATESTUNDERWEAR
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Underwear for Everybody at Greatest Savings SavingsUP
UP TO 90c UNDERWEAR AT 49c 49cChildrens 49cChlldrens 49cChildrens
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The Clothier ClothierHAS OlothierHAS ClothierHAS R G DUN CO COGEORGE COGEORGE COGEORGE
GEORGE RUST General Manager ManqerUtah ManagerUtah ManagerUtah
HAS MOVED MOVEDDirectly Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffices NevadaOffIces NevadaOffices
Offices In Progress Building Salt Lake
Directly across the street tre t from th the theI City
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PEOPH TO YOnON YOn VOTEON
ON PROHIBITION PROHIBITIONLehi
Lehi RepublicansHold Republicans Hold Enthusi Enthusiastic Enthusiastic Enthusiastic ¬
astic Convention and Adopt AdoptResolutions AdoptResolutions AdoptResolutions
Resolutions ResolutionsSperlal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLehl
Lehl Oct 17 17In In the largest and most mostenthusiastic mostentbu8la5t1c mostenthusiastic
enthusiastic convention ever held In Lehl Lehla
a convention in which the will of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people ruled the Republicans of Lehi Lehilast Lehilast LehIlast
last night declared themselves in favor favorof
of submitting the prohibition question to toa toa toa
a direct and separate vote of the people peopleon
on No Nov 2 2Karl 2Karl 2Karl
Karl Hopkins was made chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the convention wIth G A Goates as sec secretary secretary seerotary ¬
retary The real contest of the conven convention convention conventiOn ¬
tion was for mayor John Y Smith nom nominated nomInated nommated ¬
inated S I Goodwin and Dr H C Hol Hoibrook Holbrook Holbrook
brook placed before the convention the thename thename thename
name of J H Gardner who was nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated on the first ballot by a vote of
220 to 203 03 for Goodwin The nomination nominationof
of Gardner was made unanimous and the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following ticket was placed in the field fieldMayor fieldMayor fieldMayor
Mayor James H Gardner recorder G GA GA GA
A Goates treasurer Walter L Webb Webbjustice Webbjustice ebb ebbjustice
justice Samuel Taylor councilmen four fouryear fouryear fouryear
year term W V E Packer twoyear terms termsLorenzo termsLorenzo termsLorenzo
Lorenzo Comer J E Bone J C Gough GoughAn
An executive committee consisting of offive offive offive
five persons from each of the four dis districts dIstricts districts ¬
tricts was named this committee to elect electa
a city chairman and fill any vacancies vacanciesthat
that might occur The platform adopted adoptedwithout adoptedwithout adoptedwithout
without a dissenting vote contains the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following plank relative r to prohibition prohibitionWe
We e endorse the th action of the present presentcity presentcity presentcity
city council in passing what is known knownas
as the prohibition ordinance and be believing believIng beileving ¬
lieving that an expression of the will of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people on this important measure measurewould measurewould measurewould
would strengthen the city officials in en enforcing enforcIng enforcing ¬
forcing this ordinance we therefore thereforerecommend thereforefcommend thereforerecommend
recommend that the question of prohi prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
bition be submitted to a direct and sep separate separate asparate ¬
arate vote of the people at the coming comingelection comingelection comingelection
election and we hereby pledge the nomi nominees nomInees nominees ¬
nees of this convention if elected faith faithfully faithfully faithfully ¬
fully to carry out by every legal and andproper andproper andproper
proper means the will of the majority majorityof
of the voters of Lehl City as expressed expressedat
at the polls on Nov 2 1909
DIES IN CALIFORNIA INCALIFORNIAManti CALIFORNIAManti
Manti Man Passes Away While on onTrip onTrip onTrip
Trip for Health HealthSpecial HealthSpecial HealthSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanManti
Manti Oct 17 17Vord Word came from San SanBernardino SanBernardino SanBernardino
Bernardino Cal yesterday Yf > of the death deathof
of George Peacock proprietor of the Rio RioGrande RIoGrande RioGrande I
Grande Western eating house of this city citywho cItywho citywho
who passed pa55 < ffl away yesterday morning morningabout morningaoout morningabout
about 3 1 oclock Mr Ir and Mrs Peacock Peacockleft
left for California some weeks ago with withthe withthe flJ1 flJ1the
the intention of improving Mr Ir Peacocks Peacockshealth Pepcockshealth Peacockshealth
health Several relatives of the family
from this city left Manti today to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the widow Wh3 is expected to arrive In Inthis Intl Inthis
this tl s city next Tuesday with the body
Mr Ir Peacock was the son of former formerProbate formerProbate formerProbate
Probate Judge George Peacock and Mary
Lowry Low who came to Manti In 1830 IS where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they have made ma e their residence since Mr MrPeacock 11rPeacock MrPeacock
Peacock leaves a mother wife and nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous brothers and sisters to mourn his hisloss hisloss hisloss
loss He was a man of middle age and andwas andwas andwas
was quite pro3perous He was a member memberof
of the dominant church and had the re respect respect respect ¬
spect of his many friends in the Temple Templecity Templecity Templecity
city and elsewhere Funerul services like ¬
ly will be held here Wednesday if the re remains remaIns remains ¬
mains arrivq arrlv her in time
COURT HOLDS SESSION SESSIONSeveral
Several Cases of Intefest Are Con Considered Considered Considered ¬
sidered at Nephi NephiSpecial NephiSpecIal NephiSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephi
Nephi Oct 17 17Judge Judge Greenwood con convened convened convened ¬
vened court here today toda and attended to toseveral toseveral I Iseveral
several Items of business The case of ofthe qfthe
the state against James ames was w llf postponed postponeduntil postponeduntil
until Monday Ionda Oct IS The ease of Carlos CarlosMarkham Carlosllarkham CarlosMarkham
Markham against the Lower Mining com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan was set for or Thursday Oct 21 The Thecase ThecaSt Thecase
case of William H Patten against John JohnH
H Few was set for Oct 23 23John 23John 23John
John T Popovltch was granted a di divorce divorce divorce ¬
vorce from Eva M 1 Popovitch PopovitchIn
In the case of Juab county against againstThomas againstThomas againstThomas
Thomas Coulthurst a motion to retax retaxcosts retaxcosts retaxcosts
costs was submitted and overruled overruledThe
The court appointed Ernest William Ty ¬
ler administrator of the estate of Ann AnnKdinborougli AnnEdlnoorough AnnEdinborough
Kdinborougli deceased deceasedIn
In the case of J P Pederson against againstGeorge againstGeorge againstGeorge
George A Udall for the recovery of min mining mining mm mming ¬
ing stock the court gave Udall thirty
days to answer answerThe answerThe answerThe
The case of I Jack London against B BH Bp BiI
H London was set for Oct 26 2
DEMOCRATSJOMINATE DEMOCRATSJOMINATETicket DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSNOMINATE DEMOCRATSNOMINATETicket NOMINATE NOMINATETicket
Ticket Is Placed in the Field at Brig Brigham Brigham Brigham
ham City CitySpecial CitySpecIal CitySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrisham HeraldRepublicanBriham HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham City CIt Oct 17 HThe The Brigham BrighamCity BrighamCit BrighamCity
City Cit Democrats met Ir convention con ntlon at a alate alate alate
late hour last night and nominated a city cityticket cityticket cityticket
ticket as follows followsMayor follo8Iaor followsMayor
Mayor Thomas H Blackburn present presentincumbent presentIncumbent presentincumbent
incumbent councilman fouryear term termJohn termohn termJohn
John B McMaster First ward council councilman c councilman uncll uncllman ¬
man twoyear term t = rm Peter C Christensen ChristensenSecond ChristensenSmd ChristensenSecond
Second ward councilman twoyear term termJohn termohn termJohn
John D Peters Third ward present in incumbent incumbent incumbent ¬
cumbent councilman twoyear term C CEiias CElias CElias
Elias Jens Jensn ensn ° n Fourth ward recorder Hy Hyrum H Hrum Hyrum
rum Standing present incumbent Fourth Fourthvard FourthWard
Vard justice of the peace John W V Phil Phillips PhllIps Phillips ¬
lips Third ward wardMrs wardMrs wardMrs
Mrs Maud Wade ade the th Republican nomi nominee nomInee norniflee ¬
nee for treasurer r was Indorsed by the theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic vm convention for that office
PUT TICKET INFIELD INFIELDSpanish IN FIELD FIELDSpanish
Spanish Fork Democrats Nominate NominateMen
Men for Offices OfficesSpecial OfficesSpecial OfficesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpanish
Spanish Fork Oct 17 HThe The Democrats Democratsheld Democratshpld
held their caucus at the city pavilion last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Albert Engberg being chairman and andJ
J J Banks secretary W V O Creer of offered offered offereil ¬
fered a resolution favoring prohibition prohibitionwhich prohibitionwhich
which was adopted by b a vote of 155 to 7 7On 7On 7On
On that platform William Illiam A Jones was wasnominated wasnominated wasnominated
nominated by acclamation for mayor The Therest Therest Therest
rest of the ticket nominated is as fol ¬
lows lowsFor 106For lowsFor
For longterm lon trm councilman NIel Gard Gardner Gardner Gardner ¬
ner for twoyear twoy ar term Richard H Jex JexAlbert JexAlbert JexAlbert
Albert Swensen and Hyrum Christisen
justice of the peace Dea William IlIIam J Frost Frostrecorder l Frotrecorder < rostrecorder
recorder Roger W T Creer treasurer tr asurer Ja Jacob Jacob Jacob ¬
cob Robertson RobertsonW
W O Cre Creer r was chosen chairman and
George Ainge secretary for the next year ear
The coming fight in Spanish Fork will
be high hi h license against prohibition I
I
i AMERICAN FORK BRIEFS BRIEFSSpecial I ISpecIal ISpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanAmerican
American Fork Oct 17 170scar Oscar Kelley Kelleyof
of this city elt one of the boys who wh escaped escapedIrom escapedtrom escapedtrom
trom the industrial school at Ogden last lastuly
July uly put in in appearance at his home homehere homehere homehere
here Thursday Marshal Logsdon sent
him back to the school The boy bo has hasspent hasspent hasspent
spent most of the time in Colorado but butwould butwould butwould
would bay 8a ay nothing ss to the whereabouts whereaboutsof
of the other boys boysProfessor boysProfessor I IProfessor
Professor Moslah Hall state inspector inspectorof
of high schools of the University of Utah Utahwith Utahwith Utahwith
with County Superintendent G N Child Childvisited Childvisited Childvisited
visited the local high school Wednesday Wednesdayand
and found tlw th work of a high standard
They The esr es esp4elnlly > oeially were pleased with the new
laboratory and manual training building
just Ju t equipped equippedi
The freshmen sophomore and junior juniorclasses juniorclasses juniorclasses
classes of th high school organized Frl Frla
Jay a and In the near future will take taketurns taketurns taketurns
turns providing social and Intellectual en ¬
tertainments tertainm nts for the public publicMrs DubllcMrs publicMrs
Mrs OlIve Harrington of Wlnlock
Wash visited relatives and friends here
this week weekMrs wefkMrs weekMrs
Mrs Thomas Friday returned Friday
from Salt Lake where she visited her hermother hermothtr hermnther
mother motherFred mothtrPrt mntherFred
Fred Prt Greenes family Is recoveiing from
diphtheria Thse Th se are the only cases of
the disease In tho city end no new cases casesare casesare casesare
are expected ex ted to develop develonMarshal
Marshal Logsdon as yet has no defi definite definite definite ¬
nite clue to the Denver Rio Grande
depot robbery but Is said to have sus susplcions susgciOnf
plcions borhood gciOnf lcions lit regard to persons p rsons in this th l neigh nel I1 ¬
CIVIC DUTIES DUTIESOf
Of YOUNG MEN MENAttorney MENAttorney
Attorney Tells Hearers to Keep Keepin
in Touch With Municipal MunicipalAffairs MunicipalAffairs MunicipalAffairs
Affairs AffairsReligious AffairsReligious AffairsReligious
Religious services at the Y 1 M C A Ayesterday Ayesterday Ayesterday
yesterday afternoon were the most suc successful successful suecessful ¬
cessful since the beginning of the series seriesE
E O Lee of Booth Lee Badger Badgertalked Badgertalked Badgertalked
talked of the civic duties of young men menMr menMr menMr
Mr Lee was advertised as a lawyer out outof outof outof
of politics His opening sentence Im Impeached impeached impeached ¬
peached the press agent agentI
I note that Im styled a lawyer out outof outof outof
of politics I have never seen one and andnever andnever andnever
never hope to be one It is the duty of ofevery ofevery ofevery
every man lawyer or otherwise to take takean
an active part in politics If the city Is Isto Isto Isto
to be best served declared Mr Lee LeeHe LeeHe LeeHe
He went on to urge upon young men menthe menthe menthe
the necessity of keeping in touch with withthe withthe withthe
the civic progress and government of the thecity thecity thecity
city cityWhen When all men are in politics politics politicswill
will assume its natural pooltlon in the theeconomy theeconomy theeconomy
economy of American civilization the themore themore themore
more Interest the layman la man citizen takes In Inthe Inthe inthe
the fight the less control the ring bosses bosseswill bosseswIll bosseswill
will exercise he argued arguedThe arguedThe arguedThe
The musical program was excellent excellentMrs
Mrs Corinne Harris Hanner gave two twovocal twovocal twovocal
vocal solos and Claude J Nettleton en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained with the violin O B Gingrich Gingrichled
led the mens singing singingNext sIngingNext singingNext
Next Sunday A Q Adamson former formerreligious formerreligIous formerreligious
religious director of the local Y i M C CA CA CA
A and recently re ntly appointed secretaty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the international Y M C A commit committee ¬
tee with station at Foo Chow China a acity aelb acity
will ad address address address
city of over 1000000 population ¬
dress the mens meeting meetingMr
Mr Adamson recently married Miss MissLouise MissLouise MissLouise
Louise Prosser secretary of the local Y YW Yv x xW
W v C A who will accompany him to toChina toChina toChina
China They will sail from San Fran Francisco FrancIsco Frandeco ¬
cisco early in November Novemberu
u 1
I SECRET SOCIETIES SOCIETIESFraternal I II I IFraternal IFraternal
I
Fraternal Brotherhood BrotherhoodSego
Sego Lily lodge No 252 i2 T F B met In Inregular Inregular Inregular
regular session Wednesday Vednesda evening The Theeflicient Theefllcient Theefiiclent
eflicient committee e that gave the last Jolly Jollysocial jollysocial jollysocial
social was retained to give a Halloween Halloweensocial HalloweensocIal Halloweensocial
social at the hall Wednesday evening eveningOct
Oct 27 With the assistance of the mem members members memhers ¬
bers they the will give a typical mystical mysticalaffair msUcalaffair mysticalaffair
affair to members and their friends
Pythian Sisters SistersHermion SistersHermion SistersIlermion
Hermion temple No No8 8 Pythian Sisters Sistersmet Sistersmet Sistersmet
met In social session Friday evening Sis Sisters Sisters Sisters ¬
ters Knowlden Welling Vellln and McLean gave gavea
a nice entertainment the Misses Williams Williamsseveral Williamsseveral VIlUamssevual
several choice musical selections and andMiss anllhss andMiss
Miss Christophers 3n a recitation Fifteen Fifteentables FlftcPlltables Fifteentables
tables of five games each of 63 were wereplayed wereplayed wereplayed
played Prizes were won by Mesdames MesdamesGeary MesdamesGEar MesdamesGeary
Geary GEar Jansen and Sherman and Messrs MessrsKnowlden MessriKnowlden MessrsKnowlden
Knowlden Sherman and Showell Dainty Daintyrefreshments Dalnt Dalntrefreshments Daintyrefreshments
refreshments wereserved on the card ta tables tables tables ¬
bles Miss Williams played for several severiltwosteps severaltwosteps severrltwosteps
twosteps
Modern Woodmen of America AmericaExcelsior AmericaExcelsIor AmericaExcelsior
Excelsior camp ia enjoying its share of ofgood orgood ofgood
good meetings this season Two new newmembers newmembers newmembers
members were add addd d to the rolls Tues Tuesday Tuesday Ttiesday ¬
day evening The work was performed performedby
by b Captain Berry Berr and the degree team in ina Ina Ina
a praiseworthy manner Consul Kluge Klugeappointed Klugeappolntcd Klugeappointed
appointed a committee to choose sides sidesin s es esIn
in a contest for members m mbers for a December Decemberclass Decemberclass Decemberclass
class Neighbor J B Sackett to captain captainone
one side and Neighbor H A James ames the theother theother theother
other Every Evcr member Is requested to be bepresent bepresent bepresent
present Tuesday evening that he may ma b bchosen 00 00chosen bechosen
chosen on one of the sides Charles L LCrowton LCrowtoll LCrowton I
I
Crowton sang a tenor solo Several visit visiting vIsitIng visiting ¬
ing neighbors made ihort talks Neighbor NeighborOtto NcIghboOtto
Otto Breiting of camp 7198 Colorado was wasburled wasburled wasburled
burled with the th Woodmens honors at Mt MtOlivet MtOlivet It ItOllvet
Olivet on Sunday Excelsior camp having havingcharge havIngcharge havingcharge
charge of the th services The meeting on onTuesday onTuesda onTuesday
Tuesday evening will commence at 815 815sharp 815sharp Sl5sharp
sharp at K of P hall Main street
I O O F FSalt FSalt FSalt
Salt Lake lodge No No2 2 I O 0 F had hadanother lladanother badanother
another rousing meeting Frilay night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when they the conferred conf rrell the second degreo degreoon degreon
on six candidates Next Friday trey tI theyconfer C will willconfer winconfer
confer the third degree on a class of ofsix orsix ofsi
six si or seven All Odd Fellows are in invited Invited invited ¬
vited Lodge opens at 7SO p m
Ladies of the Maccabees MaccabeesLillian MaccabeesLillian MaccabeesLillian
Lillian Hollister hive No 15 Will hold holdregular holdrtgular holdregular
regular review Thursday evening Oct 21 21in 21In 21In
in Eagles hall All Maccabees are wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come comeRegular comeRegular comeRegular
Regular review of Banner hive No 11 11will 11wIll 11will
will be held Tuesday TUel a afternoon at 230 230oclock 230oclock 230oclock
oclock in I O O T hall
Grand Army of the Republic RepublicThe
The supper which was to have been beensiven beeniven beengiven
given iven on Oct 23 In connection with the thecampflre thecampfire thecampfire
campfire of the James B McKean post postand postand postand
and corps has been postponed until Satur Saturday Saturday atu atuda ¬
day da evening Nov 13 Cards and social socialamusements socialamusements socialamusements
amusements will be the program for the theevening theevmlng theevening
evening of Oct 23 2 to be given in Odd OddFellows OddFellows OddFellows
Fellows hall Light refreshments will vIllbe 7l1llbe willbe
be served and prizes given
Ladies of G A R RThe RThe RTheJames
The TheJames James C Rice circle Ladies of the theG theG theG
G A R will entertain the comrades and nndtheir andtheIr andtheir
their wives and all circle ladies at a so social 5 5clal acial ¬
cial this evening Oct 18 at the Knights Knightsof
of Columbus hall 21 West est First South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street at 730 oclock
Womens Relief Corps CorpsThe
The James B McKan lcK an W Yo R C will willgive willi willgive
give a card party In the I O O F hall hallon hallon ballon
on Saturday evening Oct 23 Corps and andpost andpost I
post members memb rs and all G A R organi organizations or organlzations an anz3t1ons ¬
zations and their friends are cordially
invited Gocd prizes wil be giver and andlipht andIIlht andlight
light refreshments refrl shm nts served servedThe servedThe servedThe
The ladles of the James B McKean McKeanW
W R C will b5 entertained by b Mrs Irs W WChatterton WChatterton WChatterton
Chatterton at her home 541 West North NorthTemple NorthTemple NorthTemple
Temple street on Thursday afternoon afternoonOct
Oct 21 All corps Indies and their friends friendsare frIendsare
are welcome
Daughters of Veterans VeteransThe
The Daughters of Veterans will hold holdtheir holdth holdtlicir
their th + ir next regtlar re llar meeting mt tin nt Odd tl Fel Fellows FlIlow Feliowa ¬
lows hall on Friday evening Oct 22 at
8 oclock All members m mbers are requested to iobe tobe tobe
be present rtsent
The Royal Highlanders HighlandersThe
The regular meeting of Utah castle No N
33 was held h ld last Monday evening at the thecastle thecastle thecastle
castle hall in r the Federation of Labir Labirbuilding Lablrbuilding Lahirbuilllng
building Plans were perfected for or th thclass thcluss tIn tInclass
class initiation to be held this evening eveningThere eVfnlnThlYC eveningThere
There are about tnlrty refugees refu es who will willcross willcrofS willcross
cross the drawbridge and b be Inslructixl Inslructixlin
in the mysteries of the Royal Highland Highlanders ¬
ers The contesting sides hnve arranged arrangedfor arranlerlfor
for a program after the initiation This Thiswill Thsv ThIsevening
evening v < nIJl will be th < > last chance to win
points for entertainment and the winningtolde winning winningfclde
aide will be determined at this time Can Candidates CanjIdates an anldates ¬
didates are notified to report at S30 p m mfor mfor mfor
for initiation
DIED DIEDHAUPTIn DIEDHAUPTIn
HAUPTIn this city Oct 16 1809 Mrs MrsLlzzetta MrlLlzzetta MrsLizzetta
Llzzetta Haupt aged 53 years wife of ofH ofH ofH
H Julius Haupt HauptFuneral HauptFuneral HauptFuneral
Funeral services will be held fom f om tho thoresidence thoresIdence theresidence
residence 609 South Eleventh East at 3 3p 3p 3p
p m Tuesday TUesda Oct 19 1909 Interment IntermentIn
In Mt It Olivet cemetery cemeteryBURGIAt cemeteryBURGIAt cemeteryBURGIAt
BURGIAt the residence 1033 Princeton Princetonavenue PrIncetonavenue PrinCetonavenue
avenue Oct 17 from pneumonia Anna AnnaMary AnnaMary AnnaMary
Mary Burgi aged 54 years yearsTime yearsTime ears earsTime
Time and place of funeral will be an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced later laterVAN laterVAN laterVAN
VAN ALLMENIn In this city clt Oct 15 Ul Ulrlch UlrlchVan UIrich
rich rlchVan Van Allmen aged 17 years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral ears earsFuneral
Funeral will be held Tuesday at 12 m mfrom mfrom mfrom
from S M Taylor Cos funeral chapel chapelInterment chapelInterment chapelInterment
Interment In the City cemetery
Women of Woodcraft WoodcraftSalt
Salt Lake circle No 559 held Its regular regularmeeting regularmeeting regularmeeting
meeting Monday evening with all officers officersand offIcersand officersand
and guards present Several candidates candidateswere
were shown through the mysteries of the theWood theWood theWood
Wood The circle will give a card party
Monday afternoon from 2 to 5 in Eagles Eagleshall Eagleshall Eagleshail
hall There will be the regular meeting
in the evening eveningSIher eveningSlher eveningSilver
Silver Maple circle No 108 W of W Wmot wmet Wmet
met Friday night with Guardian Neighbor NeighborMae
Mae Tall in the chair No meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Thimble club will be held this week weekThe weekThe
The circle will give a card party and anddance anddance anddance
dance on Friday evening Nov 5 5Woodbine 5Woodbine 5Woodblne
Woodbine circle No 41 held the regular regularmeeting regularmeeting regularmeeting
meeting Thursday night in I O O F Fhall Fhali Fhall
hall with Guardian Neighbor Clara M MBowdle MBowdle 1 1Bowdle
Bowdle In the chair The committee on onthe onthe onthe
the card party made arrangements for forthe forthe forthe
the card party to be given Thursday even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing Oct 21 In the hall on the third thirdfloor thIrdfloor thirdfloor
floor of the I O 0 F building
Order of Owls OwlsMembers OwlsMembers OwlsMembers
Members of the Order of Owls met last lastWednesday lastWednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday night at I O O F hall hallThree hallThree hallThree
Three new applications were received and andfive andfive andfive
five were obligated Into the Owl king ¬
dom A committee was appointed to ar arrange arrange arrange ¬
range for a dance where all the Feather FeatherFowl FeatherFowl FeatherFowl
Fowl will fly high The order is new in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake having been instituted on July
4 It now has 110 members and is still stillgrowing stillgrowing lUllgrowing
growing
Degree of Honor HonorInstead HonorInstead HonorInstead
Instead of holding a lodge meeting this thisweek thIsweek thisweek
week Star of the West will Indulge In a acard acard acard
card social Wednesday evening at the thehome thehome thehome
home of Mrs Harvey IIa1e 863 South Ninth NinthEast NInthEast NinthEast
East street Refreshments will be served servedand servedand servedand
and handsome prizes will be awarded to tothe tothe tothe
the successful players
The Fraternal Aid Association AssociationThe
The F A A will give gI Its second social socialof
of the season on Tuesday night Oct 26 26when 26when 2 2when
when It will entertain its friends and well wellwishers wellwishers wellwishers
wishers A fine program consisting of ofsongs ofsongs
songs music and other features with withexcellent withxcehlent
excellent refreshments will be given The TheF
F A A meets every Tuesday night In Inthe Inthe inthe
the F O E hall at S oclock
Royal Neighbors NeighborsSalt
Salt Lake Valley camp No 3072 Royal RoyalNeighbors RoalNelghbJrs RoyalNeighb3rs
Neighbors of America will give a card cardparty cardpart cardparty
party and dance next Wednesday night nightat
at K of P hall There will 111 be prizes prizesrefreshments prize8refreshments prizesrefreshments
refreshments and good music and a good goodtime goodtI goodtime
time tI Is promised
Order of Red Men MenWashakle Menashakle MenWasliakie
Washakle tribe kindled the council fire firelast tirelast firelast
last Monday night when the second read reading reading reading ¬
ing of their new bylaws was given To Tonight TonIght Tonight ¬
night will be given the third reading readingwhen readIngwhen readingwhen
when they will be put on their final pass passage pasage passage ¬
age We have three paleface candidates candidatesfor
for adoption next council fire This tribe tribeis
is growing A large attendance Is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected as every member has been re requested requested xequested ¬
quested to attend
Danish Sisterhood SisterhoodUtah
Utah lodge No 68 held a very vcr Interest InterestIng InterestIng InterestIng
Ing meeting Tuesday Five new candi candidates candIdates candidates ¬
dates were initiated itno the lodge and andthe nOlIthe andthe
the general routine of business was dis discussed discussed dlscussed ¬
cussed After the meeting the members membersenjoyed memberstnjoed membersenjoyed
enjoyed the evening In a social way wa
Danish Brotherhood BrotherhoodApollo BrotherhoodAJllo BrotherhoodAiollo
Apollo lodge will hold Its semimonthly semimonthlymeeting semImonthlymeeting semimonthlymeeting
meeting next Friday Frlda evening at Odd Fel Fellows Fellows Fellows ¬
lows hall As Important points will be bediscussed bediscussed bediscussed
discussed we expect every eel member to be bepresent bepresent bepresent
present
Fraternal Union of America AmericaThe
The big meeting of Monday Ionda last is now nowa
a part of the history of the splendid en entertainments entErtalnments entertainments ¬
tertainments put up by b Evergreen Ever reen lodge lodgoNo lodgeNo lodgeNo
No 151 The efforts last Monday eclipsed eclipsedall
all former attempts The spacious hall hallwas hallwas ballwas
was well filled and the supreme presi president president president ¬
dent F F Roose was more than de delighted delighted delighted ¬
lighted with the program outlined for his hisreception hIsreception hisreception
reception There were present many past pastfraternal pastfraternal pastfraternal
fraternal masters who were escorted to toseats toseats toseats
seats of honor Those present were Dr DrC DrC DrC
C I Douglas the first fraternal master masterof
of our lodge Edward Gaby Gab Henry Raw Rawlings Rawlings Rawhings
lings John James ames S Chalker T E Har Harper Harper Harper ¬
per A N L Orlob Robert Johnson and andAlbert andAlbert andAlbert
Albert Gill Those Tho e absent were ere A W WChlverell WChiverell V VChlerell
Chlverell Arthur Frees B W Mayo and andJ
J V t Eldredge We meet again Monday Mondaynext Mondaynext Ionda Iondanext
next
REPUBLICAN REPUBLICANPRIMARY REPUBLICANPRIMARYGunnison PRIMARY PRIMARYGunnison PRIMARYGunnison
Gunnison Voters Meet and Select SelectTicket SelectTicket SelectTicket
Ticket for Next Election ElectionSpecial ElectionSpecial ElectionSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphralm HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephralm Oct 17 17A A very el enthusiastic enthusiasticRepublican EnthuslasticRepublican enthusiasticRepublican
Republican primary was held at the Gun Gunntson GunnIson Gunnison
nIson city cit hall last evening and the fol following following following ¬
lowing candidates were nominated nominatedFor
For mayor John M 1 Knighton Marion MarionBoerregaard MarionBoerregaard IarlonBoelTPgaard
Boerregaard for a term of four years ears as ascouncilman ascotmcllmm ascotincilman
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