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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPU I N SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCT 28 1909 3
it f I NEWS OF UTAH AND ND ADJOINING STATES II
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Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation 8reetClrculaUon streetCirculation
Twenty Circulation Department 866 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentfltth
fifth Street
GRAZING POLICYTO POLICY I I
10 BE BERETAINED BERETAINEDl REI AI NED NEDForesters 1
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Foresters in Convention Decide DecideThat DecideThat
h That Present Customs Shall ShallBe ShallBe ShallBe
Be Continued ContinuedSpeelal
Speelal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 27 7The The business s of theflrst the thefirst theflrst
flrst convention of the officers of the thegrazing thegrazing thegrazing
grazing department of the national forest forestservice forestservloe forestservlce
service Is moving along afon nicely and Chief ChfefPotter ChiefPotter ChiefPotter
Potter feel that much much good Is coming comingfrom comingtram comiugfrom
from the deliberations This is the clos closing closIng closing ¬
ing period of the grazing season In the theforests theforests theforests
forests and the men who whoare are t1n in attend attenannee attendanee atteenn h
ante at the convention are arevaluable filled with withvaluable withvaluable
valuable Information This is the first firstconvention firstconvenUon firstconvention
convention of its Kind In the history of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the foreet department departmentBy
By B practically a unanimous vote of the themembers themembers themembers
members present pre ent at this mornings meetfog meet meeting meetIng ¬
ing the question of The Sliding Scalesand Scales Scalesand Scalesand
and Beginners Limits LimltsInvol1ng Involving al allotments allotments allotmenta ¬
lotments and the protection of the littlestock little littleStock littlefltock i
Stock owner was acted upon up n The vote votewas votewas votewee
was IS to 2 In favor of continuing the thepresent thepresent e epresent
present policy policyThis poltcyThis policyThis
This means that the officers of the graz grazing gI8ZIn grazing ¬
ing In department have decided that the theemail thesmall theemail
email cattle and sheep Interests must not nothe JIOtbe notbe
be crushed by the large ones and that thatequity thatequity thatequity
equity must prevail in the making of al allotments allotments allotments ¬
lotments Also that the bona fide real realdent rellid restdent
dent d nt though he be a new comer in a alocality alOOBllty alocality
locality must be given an equal show showThursdays abowThursdays showThursdays
Thursdays program pro < < ram Is as follows followsLosses foll fonewsLosses ws ws1G8Mt1
Losses of Stock from Disease and Pol Poleonons Poisonous Polsonou
eonons Plants J H Hatton of San SanFrancisco SanFraaet SanFraaeleeo
Francisco FranciscoTransfers Fraaet FraaeleeoTransfers co coTransfers
Transfers of Grazing Privileges F FW FW FW
W Reed of Ogden OgdenGrazing OgdenGrazing OgdenGrazing
Grazing Fees W V C Barnes of TV Wash WashIn1lton Washington ash ashington
ington D C CTJse CUse
Use of Private Lands Coert C oe r rof t DuBois DuBoisof
of San Francisco FranciscoRange Fran FranciscoRange < l8 < o oRange
Range Restrictions P G Redington Redingtonof
of Missoula Mont
RATE HEARING TO TOCOMMENCE TOCOMMENCE
COMMENCE TODAY TODAYSalt
Salt Lake Railroad Men Ex Expected Expected Expected ¬
pected to Attend the Og Ogden Ogden 0gden ¬
den Session SessionSpecial SessionSpecial SessionSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 27 27Members Members of the inter interstate Interstate interstate ¬
state commerce commission will be here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today to listen to testimony in the hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing of the case brought by the Ogden fair fairassociation faira5Soelatlon fairassociation
association against the Union PacificSouthern Pacific PacificSouthern PacificSouthern
Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Linerailroads Line Linerailroad LlnraUlOfld
railroad for the purpose of getting bet better better better ¬
ter passenger rates to the fair held an annually annually annually ¬
nually at Ogden OgdenThe OgdenThe OgdenThe
The local people have been trying to toget toget toget
get the same rates that are given to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake duringterday during the conference of the Lat Latterday Latterday ¬
terday Saints The matter has been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken up on several occasions with the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line without results resultsIt
It is thought that there will be a con considerable considerable ¬
siderable attendance on the part of Salt SaltLakers SaltLakers SaltLakers
Lakers Including the representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroads Interested and probably the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial Club traffic bureau repre representatives repreEentatlves reproeentatives ¬
sentatives The hearing is expected to tolast tola8t
r L last only one day as the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interstate commission are on their theirw theirwa theirway
w wa way y from Reno Nev ev to Salt Lake to tolisten tolisten tolisten
listen to the arguments of the counsel in inthe Inthe inthe
the freight rate hearing of the Commer Commercial Commerelal Commercial ¬
cial club traffic bureau against the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads which takes place Friday
FORESTRY APPLICANTS APPLICANTSUNDERGO APPLICANTSUNDERGO APPLICANTSUNDERGO
UNDERGO EXAMINATION EXAMINATIONSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephraim Oct 27 r1Tbe The United States Statescivil Stateclvn Statescivil
civil service I commission held an examina examination examination examination ¬
tion at the National Natl nal Forest head headQimrters headQuarters headquarters
Quarters ea in this city yesterday ye terda at afternoon afternoonThe su
conduct by
as
The examination examinationpervieor was conducted by Su Supervisor Supervt ¬
pervisor pervt or A W V Jensen Ten en and those taking it itwere Itwere Itwere
were J L 1 Thorpe Earl Peacock Walter WalterBorenten WalterSorensen WalterSoren
Sorensen Soren en Orval Peterson Claude Kjel Kjelson Kjelson KjelS4n
son all of this city Hans Wlckman WlckmanEmery WlckmanEmery VlckmanEmery
Emery M F Hogan Mantl R H HMaine HBlaine
Maine Spring City HoganM D M I Lang Lan and D DA DA
A 1 Vance of Fairview
EPHRAIM WANTS CURFEW CURFEWORDINANCE CURFEWORDINANCE CURFEWORDINANCE
ORDINANCE ENFORCED ENFORCEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephraim Oct 2iThere 27 There Is some talk of oforganizing oforganl oforganizing
organizing organl ng an improvement league in inRphn InBphrwm InBphrrim
Rphn Bphrwm m to take part In enforcing thecurfew the thecurfew theelrfew
curfew ordinance and take a hand In Inother Inother Inother
other affairs which have for their pur purPOM purpoee purpose
pose the betterment of conditions with withreference withreference withreference
reference to the children
AFFIANCED COUPLE COUPLEIN
IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT ACCIDENTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 27 7Aaron Aaron Hanson and andLulu andLulu andLulu
Lulu Peterson P ter on who will be married Wed Wednesday Wedneeday Wedneeday ¬
needay were driving in a carriage this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon when the horse became fright frightened frightened frightened ¬
ened and began to kick It upset the thecarriage thecarriage thecarriage
carriage and both occupants were thrown thrownto
to the ground but received rp < evd no Injuries
Sample Sampleovercoats SampleAr
overcoats overcoatsAre
Are Ar re purchased with the under understanding undertanding understanding ¬
standing that we do not use usethe usethe usethe
f the makers names namesthats namesthatshow thats thatshow
how we can offer them at a athird athird athird
third to a half less than you youwould youwould youwould
would pay from regular stocks stocksChoose stooksChoose stocksChoose
Choose at
1500 1500r
r 2000 2000NIII
2500 2500No
No NIII o more moreno no lessSample less lessSample lessSample
Sample Suit SuitHouse SuitHouse SuitHouse
House HouseBungalow HouseBungalow HouseBungalow
Bungalow Theatre Building Buildingji BuildingSouth Buildin BuildinSouth b
South State Street
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To Stop a Cough In Ina
a Hurry HurryWith
With this recipe you can make makea
a pint of cough remedy at home homein
in five minutes A few doses dosesusually dosesusuall dosesusually
usually conquer the most obstin obstinate obstinate obstinate ¬
ate cough Simple as it Is no nobetter nobetter nobetter
better remedy can be had at any anyprice anyprice anyprice
price pricePut pricePut pricePut
Put 2i 2 i oz of PInex fifty flft cents centsworth centsworth centsworth
worth In a clean pint bottle and andfill andfill andfill
fill up with Granulated Sugar SugarSyrup SugarSrup SugarSyrup
Syrup made as follows Take a apint apint apint
pint of granulated sugar add addpint 5 5pint 3pint
pint of warm water and stir for 2 2minutes 2minutes 2minutes
minutes Take a teaspoonful teaspoonfulevery teaspoonfuleveryone
every everyone one two or three hours hoursThe l10ursThe hoursThe
The taste Is very ver pleasant pleasantchildren pleasantchildren pleasantchildren
children take it willingly Splen Splendid SplendId Splendtd ¬
did too for colds chest pains painswhooping painsVhoopln painswhooping
whooping cough bronchitis etc etaGranulated etcGranulated eteGranulated
Granulated Sugar SU llr makes the thebest thebest thebest
best syrup Pinex as you prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl know is the most valuable valuableconcentrated valuableconcentrated valuableconcentrated
concentrated compound of Nor Norway Norway Norway ¬
way White Pine Extract None Noneof
of the weaker pine preparations preparationswill
will take Its place If your our drug druggist druggist druggist ¬
gist hasnt the real Pinex he can caneasily caneasily caneasily
easily get It for you youStrained youStrained ou ouStrained
Strained honey can be used instead in instead ¬
stead of the syrup and makes a avery avery avery
very fine honey and pine tar tarcough tarcough tarcough
cough syrup
Last Tooels Excursion ExcursionSunday ExcursionSunday ExcursionSunday
Sunday Leave Salt Lake Route Union Unionstation Unionstation Unionstation
station 100 round trip
Last Tooele Excursion ExcursionSunday ExcursionSunday ExcursionSunday
Sunday Leave Salt Lake Route Union Unionstation Unionstation Unionstation
station 100 round trip trlJr
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FIRST FIRSTThere
There is a first second and andthird andthird andthird
third crop of Tea The firstlooks first firstlooks firstlooks
looks good tastes good is isgood isgood isgood
goodHewletts good goodHewletts goodHewletts
Hewletts Uncolored Teas Teasare
are first crop and always alwaysgood alwaysf alwaysgood alwaysgood f
good goodNOW goodNOV goodNOW
NOW ON STRIKE STRIKEMillions STRIKEMillion STRIKEMilhong
Millions of o Stomachs Refuse Refuseto I
to do Their Work Properly ProperlyAll
All over this broad land millions of ofEtomach ofstomach i istomach
stomach owners are being held In humid humidlating humiliating humllI humllIlatlng ¬
iating subjection just because they ar arEO are areso areso
so stubborn that they will not accept a afair afair afair
fair square and broad minded offer offerLife offerLifo offerLife
Life is short for all of us It will be beshorter beshorter
shorter for those who let their stomachs stomachsgo I
go 0 from bad to worse worseF I
F C Schramm has a famous prescrip prescription prescription prescription ¬
tion called Mlona and he believes so sothoroughly sothoroughly sothoroughly
thoroughly in its remarkable curative curativepower curativepower curativepower
power that he says to every owner ol off j ja
a distressed stomach that he will guar guarantee guarantee guarantee
antee MIona tablets to cure acute or orchronic orchronic I Ichronic
chronic indigestion and all stomach ail ailments ailments ¬
ments or money back and the price la laonly Isonly
only 50 cents a box boxAnd I IAnd I iAnd
And still there are stubborn people peoploright peopleright peopleright
right in Salt l Lake ake who wont accept acceptthis acceptthis acceptthis
this offer but continue to suffer from fromgas fromgas fromgas
gas on stomach belching of sour food foodstomach foodstomach foodstomach
stomach pains foul breath dizziness dizzinessbiliousness dtzzlnessbiliousness dizzinessbiliousness
biliousness and headaches just because becauseJust becausejust becausejust
Just because becausethats thats all there Is no noother noother noother
I I11Iona
other reason reasonMiona reasonMt
Miona Mt o na tablets stop dyspeptic agony agonyIn
In five minutes they cure obstinate obstinatecases
cases of Indigestion and turn the old oldstomach oldstomach oldstomach
stomach Into a new one In a few weeks weeksor
or money back backCures ba k kWOMEII
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health all allday allday allday
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NO SKIRT SALE LIKE THIS THISSkirts TIllSSkirts THISSkirts
Skirts worth 800 00 made of chiffon chiffonpanama chiffonpanama chiffonpanama
panama cloth graduated kilt pleat pleateffect plfateffect pleateffect
effect trimmed with self covered coY red but buttons buttons buttons ¬
tons In black only On sale today at atSm49
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A Quartette of Crisp Messages for forTODAY
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EACH ONE THRILLS WITH BARGAIN NEWS NEWSTHEY THEY ARE JUST JUSTAN JUSTAN JUSTAN
AN INDICATION OF THE MANY MORE EQUALLY AS GREAT GREATVALUES GREATVALUES GREATVALVES
VALUES YOULL FIND IN EVERY DEPT IN OUR STORE STOREA STOREIJAltf
A IIAltfiAI IJAltf AI MESSAGE FROM FltO THE CLOAK DEPT
7 Silk Petticoats 449 449Dozens 0 0Dozens
Dozens of very handsome handsomepetticoats a Ea Eapetticoats
petticoats of heavy rust rustling ¬
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most wanted shades and andblack andI
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I black very full in width widthdeep
t deep tailored flounce Pos Positively Positivel ¬
itivel itivela itively worth 700 To Today ¬
a day and Friday only onlytheyll
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350 330A and 4 New NewWaists NewWaists
Waists 195 195A
A great collection of dressy dress tailored tailoredlinen tailoredlinen tailoredlinen
linen waists also a1 so stylish nuns veiling veil veiling veiling ¬
ing and Scotch flannel waists with withthe withthe withthe
the new sleeves very pretty designs designsworth designsworth designsworth
worth 350 and 400 Today and andFriday andr andFriday
Friday r a theyll 1 g ggo go o tfj tfjgo 195 195A
go at J JA
A BARGAIN MESSAGE FROM TOILET GOODS DBPT DBPTfODAY DBPTIODA DIWTTODAY
TODAY Y AND A D FRIDAY FRIDAYWortli FRIDAYFINE Y YFINE
FINE TOilET SOAPS SOAPSWorth
Worth up to 75c box on sale at 20C 3 bOX bOXLimited boxLlmted boxLimited
Limited one box of a kind to each customer Such well known high ¬
est grades toilet soaps as asKJUSI aslunKS asKIRKS
KIRKS KJUSI 2YV iUVENILE JUYB UB IIE K KIRKS K S WHITE ROSE KIRKS VIOLBT 10 LIlT
KIRKS GARDEN VS
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KIRKS KOUMISS MEDICATED TAR
PEAU DESIAGNE E CARBOLIC DE LA L RBIJfB RBIJfBAnd RDINBAnd RICINUAnd
And many man others regular selling price up to 75c a box Limit
1 box of a kind to a customer cu tomer All on sale at a box boxA 20 UC C CA y yr yA
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A BARGAIN MESSAGE 3IESS MESSAGE E FROM OUR DRAPERY D DEPT DBITTODAY DEPTY DEPTTODtY
TODAY Y AXD FRIDAY FRIDAYFlounced FIlJDAYFlounced FRIDAYFlounced
Flounced Bobbinet Bed Sets and andFlounced andFlounced andFlounced
Flounced Organdy Bed Sets SetsAt SetsAt SetsAt
At Less Than Cost to Make MakeFlounced M o oFlounced
Flounced Organdies Bed Sets spread and bolster covers to tomatch
match value 400 on sale per set setValue setus S220 2 e 20 o oValue
Value 450 50 On sale e en QfllValue Value 500 On sale e e > O OC f
us 230 301 301Flounced I Juseet
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Flounced White Battenberg Bed Sets Spread and Bolster Cover to tomatch
match as shown in our window windowValue windowV windowValue
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price priceValue e pJ pJValue price priceValue e S780
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A DAliCAIX MESSACfe 3IESSU FUOM GENTS GE TS FURNISHING Frll ISlIING DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTTODyi DEPIlTJIBlTTODAY DEPlRT1IBNPTODAY
TODAY AM FRIDAY FIUDAYs FJUDYMens FRIDAYMen >
Men s Hosiery and Neckwear Neckwear5O
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lot on sale at only CIC CICA 37 37C C CTIIO
A THOUSAND TIIO SAXD IAIKS OF SOX SOXGents SOXGents SOXGents
Gents fine lisle gauze lisle silk lisle also tine cashmere half hose In Ingreat Inft ingreat
great ft variety t values l up 1 to The 5c special I at t per paironly pair Ir O Oonly
only 23c COG COGSEE r rSEE
SEE WINDOW WINDOW DISPLAY DISPLAYuives
t9 llt t r 411 ON uives without intense snioieor snioieortmell heat heatwithout heatsmell or orUDell
1 J1jftj smell because becauseequipped becauOIL becauseequipped Established 1S4L S91 m Offlctth OfflctthThe OroceThe OtlleaaThe
equipped with withsmokeless withIJti withsmokeless The Oldest and Largest LargestR LarsuLR LargestR
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Manage ManageUtah HanqeoUtah
nickel and japan llama nine e boors Every beater beaterwarranted
w warranted rrante < l If you cannot get heater or information informationfrom Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffice NendLOtnCe8 NevadaOffices
from TOOT ourdealerwritetooearestagencyfordeaerlt ourdealerwritetooearestagencyfordeaerltrn dealer writ to neareit agency for datri datriT deacrlpn
rn T n circular I rCalar Office In Progress Building Salt Lake
circularCONTINENTAL CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY COMPANYIneorDnrRted COMPANYflnorDnrd COMPANYtleoroarated City
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I PARK CITY NOTES NOTESSpecial NOTESSpecial I II
I i I ISpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark
Park City Oct 27 iFuneral Funeral services for forMrs forMrs forMrs
Mrs Missouri BlOwer a pioneer resident residentof
of this city were held Wednesday afternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon in the residence of her daughter daughterMrs
Mrs Wllfiam Tuggles on Rossie hill The TheRtv TheR6V TheRev
Rev C L Martin of the Mqthodlst church churchofficiated churchofficiated
officiated Floral tributes were many and andbeautiful andbeautiful
beautiful b9 utifui Interment was in the Glen Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood
wood cemetery cemeteryBorn cemettlryBorn cemeteryBorn
Born to Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Edwood Kopp Koppon
on n Tuesday A eon eonTho IonTho eonThe
Tho Park City High school and the theAll theAll theAll
All Hallows eleven of Salt Lake will willplay willplay willplay
play h hN here re Saturday on the ball ground groundRepairs groUndRRepairs groundsRepairs
Repairs are bfing made at the King KingConsolidated KingCcn KingCcnsoldated
Consolidated Ccn olldated mine and regular work will willbe w11lbt willbe
be > discontinued for a few days daysGrand dasGrand daysGrand
Grand Chane Chantllor > llor or W V P Cooper of Solt SoltLake SoltLake SaltLake
Lake made an official visit to the Knights Knightsof
of Pythias Tuesday Tues a
MADE CRAZY BY LIQUOR LIQUORYouth
Youth Harmless When Sober Is Sent Sentto
to State Mental Hospital HospitalSpecial HospitalSpecial HospitalSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 27 nSherl Sheriff John JohnKnudsen JohnKnudsen JohnKnudsen
Knudsen left yesterday with Roy An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson whom he took to the state statemental statemental statemental
mental hospital Anderson although althoughsomewhat altboughsomewhat althoughsomewhat
somewhat demented has always been beenharmless beenl1armle beenharmless
harmless when sober but dangerous dangerousin
in liquor Last Saturday he became becamedrunk becamedrunlc becamedrunk
drunk and got a gun Before he could coulduse coulduse coulduse
use it he was disarmed disarmedChris disarmedChris disarmedChris
Chris Svendrup was fined 25 and andsentenced andsentenced andsentenced
sentenced to ten days In Jail for fur furnishing lurnlihlng furnishing ¬
nishing Anderson with liquor
BOTH PARTIES PUT UP UPMUNICIPAL UPMUNICIPAL UPMUNICIPAL
MUNICIPAL TICKETS TICKETSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct 27 27The The political situation situa situation situation ¬
tion here Is waxing warm The follow following fonowticket following ¬
ing ticket was named by Republicans RepublicansH
H C Christensen mayor R D Young Youngcouncilman Youngcouncilman Youngcouncilman
councilman for the fouryear term Guy GuyLewis GU GULe1s GuyLeafs
Lewis Andrew Jessen John Christensen Christensencouncilmen Christensencouncilmen Christensencouncilmen
councilmen Mrs Carrie Baker recorder recorderErneat recorderErnelt recorderErnest
Ernest Christiansen Chrl Uansen treasurer Simon SimonChristensen SimonChristensen SimonChristensen
Christensen city justice justiceThe justiceThe justiceThe
The Democrats nominated the follow following followIng following ¬
ing W V H Seegmllter mayor A N NLawson NLawson NLawson
Lawson fouryear councilman C M MHeppler MHeppler I IHeppler
Heppler P C B Peterson Henry Baker Bakercouncilmen Bakercouncilmen Bakercouncilmen
councilmen W T Ogden recorder WC WC W WC
C B Orrock treasurer J B Morrisonjustice Morrison Morrisonjustice Iorrlsonjustice
justice
TEACHERS TEACHERSINSTITUTE TEACHERSINSTITUTESanpete INSTITUTE INSTITUTESanpete
Sanpete County Pedagogues Will WillMeet WillMeet WillMeet
Meet Friday FridaySpecial FridaySpecial FridaySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Oct 27 27The The first insti institute Institute Institute ¬
tute of the Sanpete county teachers will willbe w1llbA willbe
be held in Ephraim Friday and Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day Oct 29 9 and 30 Meetings will be beheld beheld beheld
held at 230 30 p m and 730 p m Friday Fridayand FrIdayand Fridayand
and at 9 a m Saturday at the Snow aead aeademy aMdem aeademy
emy em TtEaude May Babcock and Profess Professor s sor ¬
or Abby of the University of Utah willbe will willbe willbe
be the instructors Superintendent A N NMiner Nliner NMiner
Miner experts exP t8 an unusually good ood attend attendance attendsnce attendance ¬
ance
SPRING SPRI NG CITY NAMES NAMESSTILL NAM NAMESSTILL ES ESSTILL
STILL ANOTHER TICKET TICKETSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepubJlcanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 27 27After After three tickets ticketshad ticketshad ticketshad
had been named at Spring City citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens were still dissatisfied and now nowthey nowthey nowthey
they have put another ticket in the thefield thefield thefield
field The last named ticket is made madeup madeup madeup
up from all parties and headed by byJohn b bTohn byJohn
John F Justensen for mayor S W WBeck WBeck V VBeck
Beck recorder Morgan Johnson Jus Justice justice justice ¬
tice of the peace Diaulha Larsen Larsentreasurer Larsentreasurer Larsentreasurer
treasurer Hans Nielson Joseph Sco Scofield Scofield Scofield
field Louis M Christensen en and J J JSorensen JSoren JSorensen
Sorensen Soren en for councilmen
f INCORPORATIONS INCORPORATIONSThe I IThe IThe
The Commercial Bank of Tooele filed filedarticles filedarticles filedarticles
articles of incorporation with the sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary of state yesterday with a capi capital capital capital ¬
tal stock of 25000 In shares of 100 100each 100each 100each
each Officers are F E McGurrin McGurrinof
of Salt Lake who holds 245 41i shares as astrustee astrustee astrustee
trustee and one share in his own name namepresident namepre namepresident
president pre ldent F D Bascom one share sharevicepresident sharevicepresident sharevicepresident
vicepresident John HIckey E D DWoodruff DWoodruff DWoodruff
Woodruff and R C Gemmell with one oneshare oneshare oneshare
share each are additional directors directorsTom directorsTom directorsTom
Tom K Taylor is cashier cashierArticles cashierArticles cashierArticles
Articles of incorporation of the theGranite theGranite theGranite
Granite Planing Mill company of Sugar Sugarwere Sugarwere Sugarwere
were filed with the county clerk yesterday yes yesterday yesterdal ¬
terday The capital is 15000 in shares sharesof
terdal of J100 100 00 each Officers are W H HBennett HBennett HBennett
Bennett with ten shares president presidentAlma presidentAlma presidentAlma
Alma C Jensen with fifteen shares sharessecretary sharessecretar sharessecretary
secretary and treasurer and Fred Sandberg Sand Sandberg Sandberg
I berg with fifteen shares manager managerThese managerThese managerThese
These with Elijah Thompson with ten tenchare tenehar tenshares
chare and A G Haywood with five fiveshares fiveshare fiveshares
shares comprise the directorate
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESJoseph LICENSESToeeph LICENSESJoseph
Joseph A Newman Lark Sarah J JCrane JCrane T TCran
Crane Draper DraperHenry DraperHenry DraperHenry
Henry C W V Smith and Christian C CWilliams CVI1Uams CWilliams
Williams Salt Lake LakeFrank LakeFrank LakeFrank
Frank Burk and Martha Mannel Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeJohn LakeJohn LakeJohn
John C Johnson and Lydia Stevenson StevensonSalt
Salt Lake
WILL SPEND MILLIONS MILLIONSTraffic
Traffic on New York Central Jus Justifies Justifies Justifies ¬
tifies Expenditures ExpendituresNew
New ew York Oct 27 27Presldent President W V C CBrown CBrown CBrown
Brown of the New York Central Hud Hudson HudBOn Hudson ¬
son River railroad announced today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that the management had entered upon upona
a campaign of extraordinary expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures to meet extraordinary traffic de demands demands demands ¬
mands mandsThe mandsThe mandsThe
The company has placed contracts inthe In Inthe Inthe
the last few days he said for 25000
000 worth of new locomotives passen passenger passenger passenger ¬
ger and freight cars and intends to tospend tospend tospend
spend 00000000 more more8 more86000000 86000000 in all allIn allIn allIn
In reducing grades straightening straighteningcurves
curves and laying la lng new rails exclusive exclusiveof
of 50000000 terminal Improvements in inNew InNew inNew
New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The traffic records for the months of ofSeptember otSeptember ofSeptember
September and October up to date have haveexceeded haveexceeded haveexceeded
exceeded anything In the companys companyshistory companyshistory companyshistory
history he said aeidThe saidThe saidThe
The previous high water mark was wasfor wasfor wasfor
for the first three quarters of 1907 just justbefore justbefore justbefore
before the panic Every available car carand carlind carand
and engine on the system Is In service serviceMy servicEMy serviceMy >
My latest report shows that 94 per cent centof centour
of f our freight cars are In use
TROUBlE WITH HIS SON SONJohn
John Bailey Denies Having Had Any AnyMisunderstanding AnyMisunderstanding AnyMisunderstanding
Misunderstanding With WithHis WithHis WithHis
His WifePark Wife WifePark WifePark
Park City Oct 27 27Wlth With reference referenceto referencetothe
to tothe the trouble in which John Bailey was wasinvolved wasInvolved wasinvolved
involved leading leadln to the stabbing of ofhis ofhIs ofhis
his son a statement was made by I
Bailey today to the effect that no notroble notroble notreble
troble had taken place between he and andhis aDdhlg andhis
his wife as had been reported Bailey Baileysaid Baileysard Baileysaid
said he and his son had been drink drinking ¬
ing together In a saloon and had some sometrouble sometrouble sometrouble
trouble there which later was renewed renewedoutside renewedoutside renewedoutside
outside of the house where the stab stabbing stabbfng stabbing ¬
bing occurred He said both were un under undel under >
der the influence of liquor and did not
know what they were doing doln dolnBailey
Bailey pleaded guilty yesterday to toassault toassault toassault
assault and battery and was fined 50 50which 50which 50which
which he paid
LAGRICUL I 1 1AGRICULTURAL AGRICULTURAL rURAL COLLEGi COLLEGE COLLEGESpecial I ISpe I ISpecial
Special Spe < lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Oct 26 26Two Two hundred new books bookshave bookshave bookshave
have been received by the library within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the last few weeks They are on mis miscellaneous miscellaneous miscellaneous ¬
cellaneous scientific subjects The stu students students students ¬
dents In commerce are not required to totake totake totake
take library IIbrar work this year The class is isfully Isfully Isfully
fully as large as last year yearPresident yearPresident yearPresident
President Lorenzo Stohl of the board of oftrustees ofttpstee ofturstees
trustees President Allen N Stohl of the theBox theBox theBox
Box Elder Stake and J 1 L Peters cashier cashierof
of the First National Bank of Brigham Brighamwere
were visitors at the college last Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vcdnesday ¬
day dayThe
The womans building Is very near com completion completion completion ¬
pletion All of the exterior work is fin finished tlnIshed finished ¬
ished and only onl a small portion of the in interior Interior interior ¬
terior remains to be done doneFrom doneFrom doneFrom
From the way the books for the two twoplays twoplas twoplays
plays have been called for a record year yearin yearIn
in dramatics is expected Besides all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the old talent much excellent newjna newjnaterial new materlal ma materlal
terlal Is entering the tryouts
MT PLEASANT RALLY RALLYThe
The Republican Candidates Stand StandSquarely StandSquarely StandSquarely
Squarely on Party Platform PlatformSpecial PlatformSpEClal PlatformSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanML
ML Pleasant Oct 27 27The The Republicans Republicansof
of Ml It Pleasant held en enthusiastic rally rallylast rallylast rallylast
last night All the candidates expressed expressedthemselves exprcsSfdthm expressedthemselves
themselves thm elves as standing squarely on the theplatform th thplatform theplatform
platform The Mt Pleasant band furnished fur furnished furnished ¬
nished music
ENGINEER HAS PARALYSIS PARALYSISSpecial PARALYSISSpecial PARALYSISSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct 27 iLote Lote KInney an en engineer enneer engineer ¬
gineer neer on the run between Mantl and andMarysvale andIarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale was taken to a Salt Lake hos hospital hospltal hoepital ¬
pital yesterday esterda for treatment for paraly paralysis ¬
sis He > v vita 8 stricken the other day at atMantl atMant atManti
Mantl He has been on this branch for foryears forars forycare
years ars
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESSpecial LICENSESSpecial LICENSESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephraim Oct 27 iCounty County Clerk Eliason EllasonIssued Eliasonlsaued EliasonIsaued
Issued marriage licenses during the past pastwtek paslwtek pastweek
wtek to Charles Char s W V Powell Jr of Glen Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood
wood and Marguerite Cowens of Pan Panguitch Pangultch Panguitch
guitch Eugene Grey of Inversery and andKtotie andKI8Ue andKietie
Ktotie M Brown of Monroe
LITTLE GIRL DEAD DEADSpecial DEADSpecial DEADSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepubllcanEphraim HoraldRepubllcanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 27 27The The little daugh daughter ¬
ter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Sorensen of ofSallna ofSalina ofSalina
Salina died this morning
UNABLE IE TO KEEP UP IIPWITH UPWITH UP111THPROCESSION
WITH WITHPresident 111THPROCESSION 111THPROCESSIONPresident PROCESSION PROCESSIONPresident
President Compelled to Leave LeaveGovernors LeaveGovernors LeaveGovernors
Governors and Congress Congressmen ¬
men Behind BehindHelena BehindHelena BehindHelena
Helena Ark Oct 27 27President 27PresidentTafts President PresidentTafts
Tafts river schedule went all to pieces piecestoday piecestoday piecestoday
today owing to the Inability of the ves vessels vessels vessels ¬
sels following his flagship the Olean Oleander Oleander Oleander ¬
der to maintain the designated speed speedThe speedThe speedThe
The President tried to remain with the thefleet theIleet thefleet
fleet as far as possible and delayed his hisarrival hisarrival hisarrival
arrival in Memphis three hours today todayin
in order that the boat carrying the thetwentysix thetwentslx thetwentysix
twentysix governors and the 117 con congressmen congressmen congresamen ¬
gressmen as a well as other vessels car carrying carrying carrying ¬
rying delegates to the waterways con convention cQ1ventlon convention ¬
vention In New Orleans might land at atthe atthe atthe
the same time Leaving Memphis an anhour unhour anhour
hour and a half late this afternoon the theOleander theOleander theOleander
Oleander had to press forward at top topspeed topspeed topspeed
speed In order to reach here at 8 p m mtwo mtwo mtwo
two hours behind the scheduled timeLeaving time timeLeaving timeLeaving
Leaving here nearly three hours late latetonight latetonight latetonight
tonight the President will not reach reachYicksburg reachYlcksbur reachVicksburg
Vicksburg until 6 oclock or later to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night nl ht that being beln his next stop stopEven stopEven stopEven
Even to make that city at 6 p m the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President will have to leave the other othervessels othervessels othervessels
vessels behind behindIt
It had been Intended that the Presi President President President ¬
dent should be welcomed once more to toArkansas toArl toArkansas
Arkansas Arl n58 by Governor Donaghey but butthe1 butth butthe
the th governors boat was an hour be behind behind behind ¬
hind the President and the introductory introductoryspeech Introductoryspeech introductoryspeech
speech was made by b Mayor Iaor Martin MartinLittle MartinLittle MartinLittle
Little Rock Ark Oct 27 27The 27Thesteamer 27Thesteamer The Thesteamer
steamer Gray Eagle Ea le of the presidential presidentialfleet
fleet carrying a party of governors governorsran
ran aground near Helena tonight The Thedelegations Thedelegations Thedelegations
delegations aboard the stranded boat boatwere bootwere boatwere
were transferred to the steamer Illinois Illinoisand I111no3and Illinolsand
and the voyage voya e down the river con continued continued continued ¬
tinued
lOSS REACHES REACHESMILLIONS REACHESMILLIONSPoor MilliONS MilliONSPoor
Poor in the Flooded District of Mex Mexico Mexico Mexico ¬
ico Now in Danger of ofStarvation ofStarvation ofStarvation
Starvation StarvationMexico StarvationMexicd
Mexico City Clt Oct 27 27A A dispatch from fromSan fromSan fromSan
San Juan Bautista says the Grljillvia Grijlliviariver Grljillviariver Grljlllvlllriver
river there continues rising and the con condition condition condition ¬
dition of the poor has reached the starva starvation starvation starvation ¬
tion stage owing to the Impossibility of ofsending ofsending It Itsending
sending out provisions The T e total dam damage damap damage ¬
age will exceed exc d 5OCO000 5OCO000The 60000The 50000The
The towns of Tenosique Usumaclnta UsumaclntaEstapilla UsumaclntaEstapllla UsumaclntaEstapilla
Estapilla Corro and Carmen are all flood flooded ¬
ed and the Inhabitants have abandoned abandonedtheir
their homes Crops are a total loss In Inthis Inthis inthis
this section The maximum height of the thewater thewater thewater
water in Cerro and Carmen was 23 inches incheswhile Incheswhile incheswhile
while In Pomerania the water stood 6Vs
feet in the main streets streetsTrees streetsTress streetsTrees
Trees and driftwood floated through vil villages vilages 11 11leges ¬
lages ages destroying adobe houses and fore forcing torcIn forelug ¬
lug In families Into the waterMany water waterMany wilterMany
Many houses bon s have been robbed while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the occupants are away awayIn awn awnIn
In San Juan Bautista the Barrios of ofConcepcion ofConcepcion ofConcepcion
Concepcion and of Santa Cruz are com completely completely completely ¬
pletely inundated
ROOSEVELTS S BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYFormer
Former President Has Reached the theFiftyFirst theFlftyFlrst theFiftyFirst
FiftyFirst Milestone MilestoneOyster MilestoneOyster MilestoneOyster
Oyster Bay N Y Oct 27 27Some Some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Oyster Bay Ba neighbors nel hbors who keep
birthday books were reminded thai thaitheir thaltheir thattheir
their distinguished fellow townsman townsmanTheodore townsmanTheodore townsmanTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt Is Just 51 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old today In a recent magazine arti article article artlde ¬
cle he speaks of himself as an elderly elderlygentleman elderlygentleman elderlygentleman
gentleman whose varied past Includes Includesrheumatism Includerheumatism Includesrheumatism
rheumatism rheumatismPresident rheumatismPresident rheumatismPresident
President Taft was 52 yeans old on onSept onSept n nS
Sept S tl tlMr 15 15Sir 11Mr
Mr Roosevelts friends hero took no noformal nofonnal noformal
formal note of the day and sent no nocongratulatory noconsratulatory nocongratulatory
congratulatory messages to Africa
CONGRESS WOULD WOULDNOT WOULDNOT
NOT CHANGE NAME NAMEMajority NAMEMajority
Majority of Farmers in the theArid theArid theArid
Arid Belt Favor the theWord theord theWord
Word ord Dry DryBillings DryBl11lngs DryBillings
Billings Mont Oct 27 21The The feature of ofthe ofthe o1the
the fourth and fifth sessions of the fourth fourthdry fourthdry fourthdry
dry farming congress was the speech of ofLouis ofLouis ofLouis
Louis W Hill president of the Great Greatorthern
Northern railway His talk this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon was devoted to a showing of theresults the theresults theresults
results of the dry farming movement in
Montana and he proved by his figures figuresshown flgurelshown figuresshown
shown upon charts that the state of
Montana is now to be classed as an agri agricultural agricultural agrlcultural ¬
cultural state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Hill had a little bad luck because I
he wanted the name of the congress congresschanged congresachanged congresschanged
changed from dry farming to some something something something ¬
thing that would be less suggestive of ofbarren ofbarren ofbarren
barren land In this he was not entirely entirelyalone entirelynlone entirelyalone
alone but when the vote was taken It Itproved Itproved itproved
proved that there were too many against againsthim
him himThe
The officers of the congress for the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming year as announced by b the report reportof
of the committee on nominations which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was adopted thereby electing the offi officers oCllcarR officers ¬
cers named as astollows astollowsPresident asfollowsPresident follows followsPresident
President F W V Mondell Wyoming
first American vice president Frank C CBowman CBowman CBowman
Bowman Idaho second American vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president H B Henning New Mexico Mexicothird Mexicothird Mexicothird
third American vice president R W WThatcher WThatcher V VThatcher
Thatcher Washington foreign vice presi presidents presidents presidents ¬
dents George Harcourt Alberta Canada CanadaW
W V R Motherwell Saskatchewan Senor SenorIng SenorIng SenorIng
Ing Lauro Vlada Mexico Laszto Goyer GoyerHungary GoyerHungaI GoyerHungary
Hungary Dr Theodore Kryshtofovitch KryshtofovitchRussia KrshtofovltchRussia
Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The following members of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee were also named W Yo H Olin OHnColorado OlinColoredo OlinColorado
Colorado W H Phllbrlck Idaho George GeorgeC
C Scharschug Illinois Ora Williams WilliamsIowa WilliamsIQwa WilliamsIpwa
Iowa Miley Bunnell Minnesota F L Lvandergrift LVandergrift LV
V vandergrift Missouri A Atchlnson AtchlnsonMontana AtchinsonMontana tchlnsonIontana
Montana C S Knight Nevada D ClemDeaver Clem ClemDeaver ClemDeaver
Deaver Nebraska J D Tinsley New NewMexico NewMexico NewMexico
Mexico J T W Worst North Dakota A AL AL AL
L Mordt Iordt Oklahoma J M Patterson PattersonOregon PattersonOregon PattersonOregon
Oregon A J McKay 1IcKa South Dakota G GA GA GA
A Martin Texas J W V Paxman Utah UtahH
H L Moody Washington I R Crump Crumpton
ton Wisconsin J D Tower Wyoming WyomingL
L J J Briggs District of Columbia
DEPOSED SECRETARY IS ISBACK I IBACK I
BACK AT HIS OLD DESK DESKPhillip I
Phillip T Ayres Goes to Work in inOffice inOffice inOffice
Office of the City CityEngineer CityEngineer CityEngineer
Engineer EngineerPhilip
I
Philip T Ayres Is again chief clerk In Inthe Inthe 1nthe I
the city engineers office after a brief briefvacation briefvacation briefvacation
vacation as secretary of the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party city committee The appointment appointmentof
of Ayres as secretary caused no end of ofcriticism ofcrltlclsm ofcriticism
criticism among the younger members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party and they did plenty of kick kicking kickIng kicking ¬
ing to the powers that that be It was under understood understood understood ¬
stood that the young secretary was a aLppman 8L aLippman
Lppman L ppman man and he was ousted as soon soonas soonas soonas
as Lippman was knifed in the city con convention convention coaventlon ¬
vention and John S Bransford got the thenomination thenomination thenomination
nomination nominationFrank nominationFrank nominationFrank
Frank Christensen deserted the Lippman Lippmanranks Lippmanranks Lippmanranks
ranks before the convention so far as ashis ashis ashis
his usual enthusiastic spirit was con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned and lent only halfhearted sup support support support ¬
port to the Lippman cause toward the theend th thend theend
end So Christensen was taken In and andput andput andput
put In charge as secretary with Darm Darmras r ras
as chairman and Ayres was as relegatd to tothe tothe 1 1
the rear Ayres made numerous friends friendsat
at headquarters but he is out of it and andis
is now back at work ork in the city engi enginter pnginEcers engineers
nter s office where he was before h hiwas hwas hwas
was set aside as secretary In the ante anteconvention anteconvention anteconvention
convention days i I
1
ROTUND SALOONKEEPER SALOONKEEPERIS
IS NOT DOLLY DOLLYMartin DIMPlES DIMPlESMartin
Martin Mulvey Gets Indignant and andRefers andRefers andRefers
Refers Questioner to the theProper theProper theProper i
Proper Parties PartiesIS PartiesMartln PartiesMartin
Martin E Mulvey was accosted on the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street yesterday by a man who said Par Pardon Pardon Pardon ¬
don me but you ou are the mysterious Dolls DolijDimples Doll DollDimples DollsDimples
Dimples of The Dally Dal and Sunday H Hr HraidRepublican HraidRepublican r raidRepublican
aidRepublican The rotund councilman councilmanic
ic candidate Indignantly indignantlydenied denied the asser assertion assertlon assettion
tion but the man who accosted him in insisted Inslsted inslsted
slsted that Mulvey was the mysterious mysterioustranger mystcrloustranger mysteriousstranger
stranger who would give 500 for identifi identification identification identification ¬
cation cationIt
It was not until Mulvey explained that thathe thathe thathe
he was only the boss gambler of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and proprietor of two saloons which whichdo
do not have to obey the law and chief chipfmogul chiefmogul chiefmogul
mogul of the th Saloonkeepers association in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake Mulvey lIulve further explained that thathe thathe thathe
he was the man who used to be council councilman councilman councilman ¬
man from the Fifth precinct until he got gotsore gotsore gotsore
sore and resigned before his last term termwas tennwas termwas
was finished finishedIf
If you think Im Dolly Doll Dimples just justask justask justask
ask George Sheets chief of detectives detectiveswho
who I am or else ask Jim Donaldson DonaldsonThey DonaldsonThey DonaldsonThey
They both know me said Mulvey
NOME GOLD OUTPUT OUTPUTNome OUTPUTome OUTPUTNome
Nome ome Oct 27 iLatest Latest estimates of the theseasons theSeasons theeasons
seasons > gold output from the Nome dis district district distrlct ¬
trict places the production at 4120000 4120000This 41OOOJThis 412000This I
This is the largest ever secured from fromdredging fromdredging fromdredging
dredging operations on the Solomon river riverBecause rherBecause riverBecause
Because of the unusually dry summer summersluicing summersluicing summersluicing
sluicing was impossible In all camps on onSeward onSeward onSeward
Seward peninsula
FIVE YEARS FOR BIGAMY BIGAMYWalla BIGAMYVallo BIGAMYWalla
Walla Walla Wash Oct 27 27Re 27ReFrederick 27RevFrederick Rev RevFrederick
Frederick H Ward pastor of the Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church at Freewater Ore today toda pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedullty pleadedguilty
guilty of bigamy and was sentenced to tofive tofive tofive
five years in the Washington state peni penitentiary pen penitentiar 1 1tentlan ¬
tentiary Ward admitted having wives in inNorth InNorth inNorth
North Carolina Tennessee and Kentucky Kentuckybesides Kentuckybesides Kentuckybesides
besides the one whom he recently mar married married married ¬
ried In Oregon
ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERALWILL GENERALWILL GENERALWILL
WILL APPEAL CASE CASEWashington CASEWnshlngton CASEWashington
Washington Oct 27 27The The govern government gOcrnment government ¬
ment will at once Institute an appeal appealfrom appealfrom appealfrom
from this decision d lslon announced Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General WIckersham today toda In reference ref reference rcference ¬
erence to the action of Judge Holt In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the circuit court at New York yeste yesterday yesteday yesteda
day da sustaining the plea of the statut statutof statuteof
of limitations interposed by the de defendants defendants defendants ¬
fendants Kissel and Harned to the In Indictment Indictment indictment ¬
dictment against them jointly with the theSuimr theA theAmerican
A American Sugar R Rflnhu > flnlntr mmmnv
WOMEN ARE VICTIMS VICTIMSINDOOR VICTIMSnmOOR VICTIMSINDOOR
INDOOR LIFE AND LACK OP EX EXERCISE EXERCISE EXERCISE ¬
ERCISE CAUSES PILES PILESMore PILESMore PILESMore
More women than men have piles It Itis ItIs ItIs
is because they take so little outdoor outdoorexercise outdoorexercise outdoorexercise
exercise and are eo often constipated constipatedThere
There Is a stagnation of blood in th thlower thlower the thelower
lower bowel and no amount of cutting cuttingor
or treatment with ointments and sup suppositories nupposltories IIUpposltorles
posltories wlll remove this cause causeDr causeDr causeDr
Dr Leonhardts Hemilold an Inter Internal Intornal internal ¬
nal tablet medicine will 111 permanently permanentlycure
cure any case of plies removing the thecause th thcause thraullle
cause Price Jl 1 at F C Schramtns F FSouth fI fIflouth Eesouth
South Main st Salt Lake City CIt Fully Fullycuaranteed FullyIluaranteed Fullyguaranteed
guaranteed Dr Leonhardt Co Htn Htntlon flt flttlon Stetion
tlon B Buffalo N Y Write for book booklet booklet booklet
let
DR ELIOT IS PRESIDENT PRESIDENTNational
National Conservation Association AssociationDuly AssociationDuly AssociationDuly
Duly Organized OrganizedNew
New K New w York Oct 27 Nationwide In its itsscope itsscope
scope s < opc and backed back with the enthusiastic enthusiasticendorsement enthusiasticendorsement enthusiasticendorsement
endorsement of President Taft a system systematic systematle ¬
atic movement to apptal aplX al to the people peopleof Jtcplof
of the United Unlt < 1 PJ Flre c es for concerted action actionIn actionprefervtng
In preserving th natural sources of the thecountry thlcOJntry thecountry
country was launched litre today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The National Conservation C < tIII all > > n association associationwith
with offices hers he and in Washington will willcarry wincarry 111 111can
carry can on the proposed vigorous campaign campaignunder campalgnunder campaignunder
under the l leadership of Dr Charles W WEliot WEliot V VEllnt
Eliot president emeritus of Harvard unl unlVirslty un univcrsity 1 1Ht
vcrsityThe Virslty VirsltyThe Ht It ItThe
The association is to advocate adminis administrative administrative administrative ¬
trative measures m a8ures by the states and by the thefederal thlf thtfederal
federal f ral government of the conservation conservationprinciples conservationprinciples conservationprinciples
principles adopted by the governors of the theUnited theUnltpd theUnited
United States at their th = > lr conference with withPresfdert withPresldert withPresident
President Roosev > lt at the White hlte house housein houMIn hou t tIn
In May fa of 1308 The association include includeamong Includeamong includesamong
among Its officers offl rs and members some o othe 01 othe
country the most prominent men of affairs In UK thecountry UKcountry thtcountry I

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