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BBB acntativca of Thu Garland Commercial B Club, went to Brlgham City last Satur- BBB day to attend a meeting held at the BBB. Utab-na Hotel that evening, which was B called by the Brlgham Commercial Club BBB to talk over the prospect of a Banc Ball BBB league for this Reason. BBS To tbeir disappointment Brlgham was BB the only other Town represented, their BR representatives being, Messrs. KmicKen, K ChrLUenscu and Kaiser. The situation B was talked over and plans in a general Bi wn.v wcrc 'nade toward furnishing Bat-e B. Ball to Garland and Brlgham fans. It Bl was Anally decided that the best way to B f,nrl t,lu ""'I rolling and gut the fans In- B; (crested, wus to have h ball game, and B the Hip of a coin deeided that Garland B nould play Brlgham at Brlgham on m Saturday, May nth, 1900, Garland to B furnMi the Umpira, and to receive &Q"i B of the gross receipts of the game. Brig- B ham was perfectly willing to play a rv B turn game at Garland on .May 13, but it B was decided that it might be better fur B Brlgham to play at sonic ot'icr town on B tni,t (,nlc "nrt 'or ,arlHnd to have some K other team play with them. This being B ,0 interest other towns which wen not B represented at this meeting. Garland B agreed to iudvavor to Interest thu Malad B people and Brlgham agreed to go after B Tremout , Willard or Vtlln lllc and see If B it would not be possible to make a four B team league iu this vicinity. B Stephens, the onc-armcd-pitcher with B Tremout last year, will manage the Brig- 2 ham team this season, hu being hired 1m BH tnc 'n"11''1 to Ir.ilu thu players and liMik B R'lcr tnc '"kxo '"" lllt'rt'stj I" general. B ' '10 Brlgham nuinHgi'iiicnt is to be as. K sistcd by the citizens of that town, who B Imve signed a paper agreeing to pay a H certain sum each mouth into their treas. B ury. It might Im well fur the Garland B boys to get together, select a uminigi r B and make some similar arrangement. HB The last Base Ball meeting called In K this city was attended by one person B? only. We feel sure that the boys sbonld pB have some cneouragtment from the clli- R 7.c ns as well as from the Garland Com- B merei.il Club, and we licipu soon to sec H all interests represented at a Mass .Meet- H ing, which wc trust the Baae Ball boys H will soon call. JH State Base Ball League. H The basobalt fans In Ogdcn can now H rest happy. There is going to be base B hall. Kvcrythlng was settled at a meet B Ing held In the office of P'res. Shepherd B yesterday at Salt Lake; the forfeit money BB depositid by each team; a schedule BK rl dravn up and unanimously adopted. BB The meeting passed off as serenely as a BK Sunday school,. every one present being BB willing to give and take in the formation BB of the schedule It was anything for SB baseball and anything for the good of the B gaino. BB According to the schedule adopted the BB league will open on May CO with Park BBj City at Ugden and Kurcka at Salt Lake B and closo on September 20-110 with Park BW City at Eureka and Ogdcn at Salt Lake. B Utah State Journal, April 16. B New Barber Shop. B A. K. Harris and Will Perkins will BBf open a new, up-to date barber shop iu Bj this city in a few days, Work has com. BBf meuced on the building just west of The Garland Club Saloon. J. A. Hostan and K W. It. Vanflcet are having the building Bt creeled for the shop. It will bu a first- BBK class barber shop In every respect. B There will bn batbrooma, toilet and other BBS modern conveniences connected with the B tnnsorlal department. Mr. Harris U au B excellent barber and Mr. Perkins will B have charge of the bath-rooms. TurkMi B and other baths will be a feature of the BBS now shop, H Manager Expresses Thanks. BBC In behalf of tho Garland Dramatic Co. BBS I desire to express my thanks and ap' BBM prcriation to the members of the com. BBK pany for thuir assistance and untiring BBM efforts In successfully presenting the BBf play, "My Partner's Wife," and also to BBM the public generally for their liberal pa- BBM tronago in supporting the home com. bYA p- Bff T H Edwards, BBB "My Partner's Wife" BY THE Garland Dramatic Co Company Wins a Home. Traveling Troups Must Como Prepared to Put on Good Playa to Outshine Our Home Company. The presentation of "My Partner's Wifo" by the Garland Dramatic Co. at the Amusement Hall last Saturday after noon, Saturday night and Monday even Ing of this week, won for our home troup a place In the hearts of the people of this city that will not soon be obeli tcratcd. The comp.ny far surpassed their own expectations to say nothing of the pleasing surprise they gave the large atid appreciative audience In attendance at each performance. Wc have had the pleasure of witnr.sslni; a number of per formances at the hall during the past season by traveling troups of no little fame, but wo voice the sentiments of the public generally In saying our home company excelled them all. The new scenery recently added to the ntagc had considerable to do with the sitecesa attained by the compuu 'a tirsl apparancc. The orchestra, under the direction of Prof. Jos. Kirkham, was enlarged to 0 members for thu occasion and rendered some choice selections. Little Donald Kirkham, with his triangle, kicping per fect time, brought forth many compli meuta in his favor. One feature of the play wrs parti cularly noticablu that the parts uciu well memorized and no prompting or delays iu stage settings were experienced. Everything passed oil like clock-w rk The exterior of the Goldcr Gate Ilutel In tho California mountains v.un the first scene and presented a nllulug'ramp ap pearance to perfection. Scenes two and three were the interiors of the Hotel and tho Partner's Home, the parlor of the Hotel being a very pretty mciic. Between acts 1 and 2 Howard Evans, aa Wing Lee, brought forth a storm of applause from the audience in the leudi lion of a Chiucse Song. Mrs. Marie Wing and It. L. Bush sang a beautiful duet between acts 8 and I. Tho characters were well sustalued and the cost units for the occaUuu well select ed, T. II. Edwards In tho part of the lover, demonstrated the fact that he has had no little experience in this line. He and lien Clayton, as the partners, deserve speelol mention. A. H. Gleason brought forth storms of applause in his speeches, wit and humor; was especially fi-nd of having his lips wet occasionally and was extremely polite tu the ladles. Chaa Edwards was an Ideal father and Olo Hogers sustained the part of the vidian, who never forgcta or forgives. M D. Evans as Sam Bowles, J, T Ilobcrts as Wellington Wcdger and J II Will lis as Jim Johnson the county sheriff, all attired iu miner's costumea, did jus tice to their respoctivo parts. The star of the evening was Mrs J T Itohorts. She was especially good in her role as Mary Brandon. Howard Evans made a "hit" as Wing Lee, the Chinese servant, and his part was well taken. Miss Vilatu Carter as Grace Brandon and Miss Until Clajton as Posie Petland are deeming much praise, both looked charming In their respective parts. The performance Saturday afternoon and evening was for the benutlt of the Garland Sunday School The total re ceipts being 71.00 After meeting some expenses incurred, the company turned over to the Sunday School f 4D.Ho, w hich liquidates all the outstanding debts of that organization ami leaves a balance of 1.80 in the treasury. Our Military Band boys helped to swell tho crowd Monday night by their "Arbor Day" music, the attendance being good. Everything passed off In good style. Little Merrell Evnns pleased the audi ence with a step dauce between sets 1 and 2. The other specialties were omit ted on account of sickness, 180.60 were the total receipts. After all bills were settled a balance was left in the treasury to be used for the bt nefit of tho organi zation. The Garland Dramatic Co. are to bo complimented in the organization effect ed and the liberal spirit that character izea Its members. T H Edwards deierres most of the credit fcr th success attained by the company. lie bos worked nibt uud day fcr the pat tUree svei!u. Permanent Organiaz tion Effected. At a meeting of tho Garland Dramatic Co. held April 17, 1000 at tho home of T II Edwards for the purposo of making a permlnent organization of tho Co., tho following ofllccra wcro elected: T. II. Edwards, General Mngr,; Chas Edwards, Stage Carpenter; H C Cutler, Secy, and Treasurer; M D Evans, Property man; Jos, II. Kirkham, Musical Director. After making a brlof report of ho llnanclal standing of tho organization, it was agreed that tho manager appoint s. committee of three to meet Wednesday, April 18, for tho purposo of drafting by-lnw-H, etc, to bo presented to tho members in the near future, (or ap proval. Those appointed were Mrs J T Boberts, M D Evans and Ben Clayton. Mngr. Edwards mado a few brief re marks, in regards to tho number of mem bers, it being his desire to admit any one to the organization who is drama tically inclined, but an application must have the vote of the Co. ai proem mo lonowing win no re eonlzcd as the "Garland Dramatic Co": T II Edwards, Mngr., Chas Edwards, Geo Hogers. Ben Clayton, M I) Evans, I no Ilobcrts, A II Glaasou, Howard Evans, II C Cutler, It h Hush.Lc.M Somscn, J II Kirkham, Mrs John T liolicrts, Miss Vilato Carter and .Miss Until Clayton. Mngr. Edwards has just received a play entitled "Tho Inherited Curae," a very str.ing Western Drama, showing western life In M0, which will bo cast immcdi.itcly, as it is tho intention of tho Garland Dramatic Co. to put on a play about once each month. II. C. Cutler, Secretary. Arbor Day. Aror Day was generally observed in this city and surrounding settlcntcnts in flllhij; .stl.1. Tuo business houses closed and The U ah. Sugar Co. gave their em ployees a holiday. Thu Military Band ;vas out Iu full dress and marched about own discoursing strains of music and showing their patrotism. In the morn ing tho teachers and children of the pub lic t-chui.ls gathorcd at tho school houses and gave the yards and surroundings a general clean up. Planting of trees, clearing off rubbish and beautifying private residences and public places was Indulged In during the forenoon. The Amusement Hall was not overlooked and the grounds present a tidy appearance. The children, with baskets of colored Kiihttr egg held over from tho previous day, scaled the hills and vales in quest of flowers. In the afternoon the attraction of an enthusiastic gamo of base ball brought out a good-sized crowd at tho Athletic Park. It was a gamo of "chooso up sides" and broke In au eveu scoro of 10 to 1". Tho players were Town Boards men, Band Boys, Clerks, Barbers, Sugar makers, Club Members, Bankers, Tele phone Men, Black-smiths, Saloon-keeper., Farmers, Hect-rnisers and sports, while the Lawyers, Doctors, Merchants and Chiefs acted as "rooters" for the game, not forgetting to compliment (?) the umpires for their ''good oyo" judg ment, it Kept a dozen reporters ami scoresmeii busy to post tip tho goose eggs and emus, mill after the auditing com mlttcu had gone over the books they finally decided to call it 10 to 10, al though II to 10 was claimed by the side that boatcd of tho "sportiest" men and gaychl uniforms. T. II. Edwards was an umpire right, but finally withdrew to let David Dortou tlix up the panic with an even break. We wont attempt to report all of the tumbles, butt-inskles aud butt-outskies thhtlme. but as usual Sccrlst had a few to his credit and Eaton got in all of the mix-ups. 1'ollow ing is tho line-np: MOl-K-IIArKS MISBOL'IIIANB Featherhtonc C Bush Sc.hsfler P II Evans M Evans IB Wallls J Pcttlr.galo 2B Rogers Eaton 3B Sccrlst Vaulleet K8 Campbell Stephens CF Bacon Harri-i HF Pcrklua W Evans LF It Bona Sultcrwt for Fiv Yr With Kidney anJ Liver Trouble "I suffered for five- years with kidney and liver trouble, which caused severo pains across thu back and a blinding headache. I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic. I was cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and bavebcen well now for elx mr-ntbs," says Mr. Arthur S Strickland, uf Chi.ttauii32") Ttcn. For sulo by Ititcr Drrs. Drug Co h;::,J This Week's 1";:J I TRADING 2 TIUDIl'O f H BOOTHE'S. I &&d0 Ply ClIS'111 I BOOTHE'S. I I 0 H ? s BJ LM BM Rose Rail floods, I A FULL LINE OF THE I FAMOUS REACH BROS. ftSWmQ TaCkle, l Guns, Ammunition, etc. I We also have the agency for BJ Edison Phonogrpahs & Records.-- I BOOthe Mer. & Produce Co., I t-THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN nOX ELDER COUNTY, Divorce Decrees. Washington, April 1(1. A decision was handed down iu tho United States Supremo court to-day which, in Its bear ing upon divorce lawa and martail rela tions, Ii the most sweeping and import ant cvtr enunciated. Ah Justice Holmes Hays iu a dissenting opinion, it will lllcgititnatize mafty chll dren. and set aside many existing con ditjous. Jn its scope and Importance too much weight can not bo attached to the decision. The decision is, briefly, this: No state can dissolve a marriago unless both parties to the divorco suit arc residents of the state, and any marriago subse quent to a divorce granted upon an ap plication of this kind is illegal. Inter Mountain Republican. May Day. President Sybil Roberts of the Pri mary association, is arranging a grand May Day celebration to take place at the Garland Amusement Hall Tuesday, May 1st. The stage will be fitted up with a "May Polo" and will be braided by four young ladies aud four young men of the Primary !!rd grade. A May Queen is to be voted for and sho will be tfhoscn from a number of young ladles of tho 3rd grade put up for the contest Ballots will decido who is fo be tho Queen and the voting will be at Grovcr, Rose & Co's store. The votes will be sold nt oc each. The voting be gins April 23rd aud closes April 27th. A program has been arranged ami the afternoon will be spent in dancing, marching, etc. Easter Sunday Notes. A number of young ladies met at the homo of Miss Lizzie Smith Easter after noon to enjoy a genuino Easter dinner, which they prepared themselves. The menu consisted of boiled cgg, fried eggs, egg omelet, egg toast, egg custard and rice pudding. A pleasant afternoon was spent. t J Miss Clara Loavitt entertained a few of her friends Easter Sunday and for a party of 10 or 12 young ladies to get away with 160 eggs is strange hut true. All present report an excellent time. i ' Society's younger set chose Saturday for their Easter outing going to the hills to spend the day. About fourteen boys aud girls comprised tho jolly crowd and all had a very enjoyable afternoon, Caught Cold Whllo lluntlns a Uurehr. Mr Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, provincial Constable at Chaplcau, Ontario, says; "I caught a severe cold while huntings burglar in the forest swamp Inst fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, I tried it, and after using two small bottles, I was completely cured," This remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds. It will looseu aud re lievo a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and U a favorite vberover Its aiperior excellenco bu be (come know.!. For salo by RitcrBros. tDiugStora. Offers to Sell Out. Nephl, April IB. The millennium has como In Nephl. Thu editor of the Re cord has wearied of his pen; taunted by the Commercial Club for his failure to "boost" the organization aud help tho town, aud fur his tins of omission iu the socIbI line, ho has offered to "lay down" and sell out to tho club. The Commer cial Club charged that the editor-held himself aloof from Its work, and discor dant knocks wcrc heard at the. door of tho sanctum so persistently that J T Pyles, tho manager has cried "enough." Editor Pyles presents a unique pro position to tho Commercial Club. Ho offers to step down and out, If tbo club members will go down into their jeans and dig up the price. A committee of three unbiased citizens, ho suggests, arc fo appraise tho plant, set a value upon it, in all justice to both parties, and tho Commercial Club is to buy tho paper. What will happen it the club refuses, no one hero can say. Incidentally, Mr Pyles reminds the subscribers of Jthclr arrearage In dues; of thu bills long unpaid, and of other carea of tho editor. Ho says othor.s were driven out of tho town because they wero too aggressive, and that while he has tried to bo a peaceable party, be has failed utterly. All these things, and , some more, he tells tho palpitating pub- lie in impassive typo the covers the tlr.st page of today's paper. Now It Is up to the club. Inter-Mountain Republican. Sunday Services. H At the regular Sunday services last BJ Sunday Bp. W. L. Grovcr presided. H Singing. Prajcr by Elder Frink Ed- H mouds Singing. Sacrament admin- BJ istercd by Elders Ludvlg Larsen and O. BJ L. Wilcox. BJ W. 1). Lewis reported tho conference BJ recently held at Salt Lake City and paid BJ the Dramatic Co. of this city compli- BJ ments for their work in asshtlng the H Sabbath School. D. E. Manning, O. L. "BJ Wilcox, F I) "Welling and Bp. Grovcr H also addressad the meet ing. Bp.Grover BJ referred to tho monument recently erect- BJ cd at Vermont In memory of tho Prophet - BJ Joseph Smith. Singing. Benediction BJ by Jos. Jensen. BJ Lehi Banner Clippings. I John Bono and family have returned Bj to Lehi again and have purchased ,H Webb's place near Hy Kirkham'a. i) Mrs Mosiab Evans of Garland spent ' iH Friday and Monday with friends. While BJ hero she was tho guest of Mrs It. J. H Hutchlngs. BJ T II Edwards and wifo of Garland BJ spont a few days In Lehi this week. BJ J II Gardner and 31 W Ingalls hare BJ gone to Idaho to visit Idaho Sugar fac- BJ torles. H Heber Cutler and wife of Garland Bj spent a day or two this week visiting Bj friends. Bj ARRIVED! I fj A nice assortment of Men's Spring Suits and Pants; frl Also a Fine Assortment of Children's ana Youth' Suits for ; Spring and Summer. W: V c can fit your boys up from head to foot at the right 'w prices. (Jail and look over our line before you buy. , . M TV Yours Rcsp. - ; I W. A. RAY. ) I I rj fj '