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THE PURE FOOD
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answering every requirement It is distilled aged and bot
tled with special care arid for the express nurpow of being used txs a
healthful stimulant or tonic In tho home SUNS BROOK BoltlNl In
Bond Is U S Gorcrnmont standard 100 o proof rUiJ every bottle bears
the Green Government Stamp shotting the correct ago and quantity
Insist on getting the genuine accept no aabstituta
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I MILLIONAIRE COWBOY IN PRISON FOR SHOOTING AFFAIR
II i HAROLD SANBORN IN HIS WESTERN COSTUME TAK
I I EN ON A WESTERN RANCH AND HIS MOTHER
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Vera
Vera Cruz May 10As a result of
a fight for his life between Harold
Sanborn and some Mexican peons five
Mexicans were killed and young San
born has given himself up to the au
thorities and Is awaiting trlaL San
horn Is an unique character in Mexi
co During tho last four years ho has
been In charge of hit fathers ranch
Young Sanborn Is heir to Immense
wealth but likes the open air ranch
I life He IB a son of President San
born of tho Sanborn Lumber and De
velopment company
Prior to going to his fathers rancn
Mr Sanborn resided at 381 Walnut
street Chicago Ill and was populur
s among the younger set of tho west
Bide He was graduated from Louis
institute before going to Kentl worth
where he was graduated from the mil
itary academy Immediately upon lean
r ing Kenllworth his father sent him
ri to be assistant superintendent
on the
large ranch controlled by him In ilex
i Ico In a short time young Sanborn
s was given practically full charge of
the cntiro ranch and disputes arose
between this young employer and the
Mexican employes As a result many
of the peons were discharged espec
silly those who had been most active
in creating OlnetitlgfacUon among tho
others Immediately he began to re
helve threatening letters Contrary to
II Ills previous custom he commenced
to wear two pistols at his side for self
protection in case of trouble
The storm cloud finally broko one
day as he was leaving a general
+ store where he had been to purchase
some things for the ranch As he pass
ed to the door ho was attacked by a
Mexican peon whom ho recognized as
one of the men recently discharged
Young Sanborn did not draw his weap
I on but attempted to defend himself
f s In the scuffle with the Mexican He
+ was getting the best of the argument
when suddenly five or six others all
of whom had been
previously employ
ed on tho ranch stepped into the fray
and young Sanborn realizing tho sor
r lousness of tho attack drew both pis
tots and fired point blank killing five
of tho Mexicans before they could re
turn tho fire or run away Ho Immed
iately gave himself up to the authori
ties and was taken toAcayuean Jailnear
hero where he Is now being held pond
ing trial His uncle Is on hand and
no effort will bo spared to free the
young man This ought not to be dif
ficult la view of the fact that he was
r undoubtedly defending himself Hla
mother who now resides In Chicago
has been in
constant telegraphic com
municatiou with Vera Cruz authori
ties and while confident of tho ulti
mate outcome IB considerably wor
ried over the future should her son
j be freed fearing the treacherous na
turo of the Mexican peons who will
s sock revenge and may do so at a time
when young Sanborn is unaware or It
SHERIFFS SALE
In the District Court In and for the
i County of Weber and State of Utah
A P HIBBS Plaintiff
vs
P A ISAACSON Defendant
f To be sold at Sheriffs Sale on Wed
nesday the 12th day of May A D
1909 at twelve
oclock
noon on said
day at the front door of the Weber
County Court House In
Ogden City
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Weber County Utah the following de
scribed property to wit
A part of Lot Eight 8 Block Thir
tyEight 38 Plat A of Ogden City
Survey beginning at a point 174 feet
South from the
Northeast
conn of
said Lot and running thence South
156 feet more or less to the South
east corner of said Lot thence West
70 feet thence North 15G feet more
or less to a point West from the place
of beginning thence East 70 feat to
the place of beginning Togothe with
a rightofway over tho following de
scribed part of said Lot
= Beginning at
tho Northeast earner of said Lot o and
running thence South 174 feet = ibeuco
West 132 feet thence North 17 feet
thence East 122 feet thence North
157 feet thence East
10
feet to the
place of beginning situated
In the
Southeast quarter of Section 19 icon I
ship C North Range One West Salt
Lake Meridian U S Survey la the
County of Weber and State cf Utah
Dated at Ogden City WeSip Coun
ty Utah this 21st day of April 11HR
B B WILSON Sheriff
By Carl Allison Deputy Sheriff
Climatic Peculiarity
Montreal with its winters of great
severity is 350 miles
nearer the
equa
Indeed
Venice Is on the same degree of latitude aa
y
HONORED BY
EMPEROR
Of JAPAN
Pres Eliot Invested With In °
signia of Order of the
Rising Sun
Boston May 11WlUI Impressive
ceremony President Charles W Eliot
of Harvard university was tonight in
vested with tile Insignia of the Order
rm
of the Rising Sun bestowed upon him
by the order of the emperor of Japan
1he red and white ribbon and jewels
cf the order were placed about Presi
dent Eliots shoulders by Ambassador
Takahira riio said
The emperor my august sovereign
fully appreciative of the great services
YoU have rendered for the welfare of
human life as one of the fdremoat
educators of the age and for the mak
ing of many useful men of Japan who
have come here to study at HarvarJ
university during the forty years of
your presidency over that institution
thus largely contributing to the ad
vancement of our country has been
graciously pleased to confer upon you
the grand cordon of the imperial order
of the Rising Sun as a mark of his
majesh good will toward you
President Eliot responded briefly
General congratulations followed after
which the health of the emperor tho
ambassador the president of the Unit
ed Slates and Dr Eliot were Jrimkt
Previous to this ceemony Ambas
sador Takahira discussed the rela
tions between Japan and the United
States in an address to the East Asiat
ic society which tendered him a din I
ner He said In part I
HI was rather surprised only a few i
weeks ago when I was told in Connect I
icut thnt some people believed the At
lantic fleet visited Japan last year for
the purpose of a demonstration and
thoughtthe welcome to tho officers aiul
te
men of that magnificent fleet by the I
Japanese government WM a result of
Intimidation Nothing ran be further I
from the truth It was I who handed
the secretary a most courteous Invita I
tion of the Japanese government who
sincerely desired to take the oppor
tunity of their visit to strengthen the
traditional friendly relations between
the United States and Japan
Believe me when I say that peace
is now the watchword throughout Ja
pan and especially among the com
mercial corporations industrial circles
and educational sccietics which are i
the three great factors constituting
the national strength
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the City
Council of Ogden City Utah of tbo
intention of such council to make thp
following Improvement towit
To create all of 2lth Street from
Grant Avenue to Wall Avenue all ot
Wall Avenue from 23rd to JJ itli Streets
and all pf Lincoln Avenue from 24th
to 25th Streets as a paving district
and to grade pave and curb and gut
ter therein In the manner following
tow It
On 24th Street trom Grant Ave to
Wall Avenue and on Lincoln Avenue
from 21th Street to 25th Street pavo
with 2 12 Incncs of asphnltum on a U
inch concrete e base antI on Wall Ave I
nue from 23rd to 24th Streets build I
a concrete curb and gutter with curb
6 inches thick and fifteen inches deep
and gutter 6 inches thick and IK
Inches wldoand pave with 2 12 inches
of asphaltum ou a Ginch concrete
base and to defray the costs and ex
penses of the same estimated at
FortyTwo Thousand C54200000 Dot
bars by a local assessment for a depth
of 50 feet upon the lots and blocks
parts of lots and blocks Lands and real
estate within said district abutting
and bounding upon the outer boundary I
tines of stud streets
The boundaries of the district to be
benefited or affect c1 aro lines drawn
HO feet outward from and parallel to
the outer boundary lines of said
streets for the whole length thereoi
from Grant to Wall Avenues on 24th
Street and 24th to 25th Streets on
Lincoln Avenue and from 23rd to With
Streets on Wall Avenue
For the payment of tho costs and
expenses of making said Improve
ments the City Council Intends to
levy and collect special and
local taxes upon the lots
blocks parts of lots and blocks
lands and real estato lying and Doing
within the boundaries of said district
to tho extent of the benefits to said
property by reason ol said improve
ments
The City Council will on Monday
the i7th day of May 1909 at So
clock p m In the City Council Cham
ber City Hall Ogden Utah hoar ob
jections In writing from any and all
persons interested In said local and
special assessment
Ordered by the City Council March
291909 E P BROWN
City Recorder
By Tillle Hancock Deputy
First publication April 23 1909
Last publication May 16 1909
STOCKHOLDERS NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a meet
Ing of tho stockholders of tho Ogden
Packing Provision company will be
held at the office of said company In
Ogden City Utah on the 14th day of
May 1909 at the hour of 10 oclock
a m for the purpose of amending tho
articles of Incorporation of said com
pany by striking out tho paragraph of
section eight of said articles relating
to the employment of Mr F E
Schlageter as general manager of the
corporation and adopting In lieu
thereof a paragraph providing for the
employment of a general manager ot
said company
companySIMON S JENSEN
Secretary
Dated at Ogdon Utah April 13th
1909
NOTICE OF ELECTION Whoreng
by an act of the Lecislature of the
State of Utah approved March 11
f 1909 provision was made for the hold
Ing of an election throughout the
State on the Tuesday following the
first Monday In June 1909 to deter
mine the question of whether or not
none mill tax shall be levied upon all
taxable property within this State
said one mill to be a rate In excess
of the rate of taxation otherwise fix
ed or limited for all other purposes
said levy to continue during a period
of fifteen successive years and tho
purpose thereof to be to raise funds
with which to construct antI furnish
a State Capitol for the State of Utah
to be located on the Capitol Grounds
I Salt LaIC City and Whereas the said
Act provides that notice of tho elec
tion therein provided for shall bo
given at least twenty days prior to
the dale of clectlon by publishing a
notice signed by the Governor and
Secretary of State Now Therefore In
accordance with the provisions of tho I
Act above referred to notice is here I
by given that an election will be held
throughout tho State on Tuesday Juno I
Sth A D 1909 at which election
there shall be submitted to such qual I
ified voters of tho State as In the I
year next preceding such election
I
shall have paid property tax assess
ed to them within the State the I
question Shall the tax rate in the I
State of Utah be Increased one mill
on each dollar of valuation on all tax
able property within the State over
and above the rate fixed or limited for
all other purposes for a period of fif
teen years from and including tho
year 1909 the said one mill on each
dollar being for the purpose of con
structing and furnishing a State Capi
tol In Testimony Whereof we have
hereunto set our hands and affixed the
Great Seal of the State of Utah Done
at Salt Lake City this sixth day of
May A D 1909 Signed WILLIAM
SPRY Governor C S TINGEY Sec I
ret uy of State Great Seal of the
State of Utah
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MYSTERY OF THE
JUNIUS LETTERS
Who Was the Genius Who Stirred
England for Many Years
I must be more cautious than ever
I am sure I should not survive a dis
covery three days Though
you his correspondent would fight
there are others who would assassi
nate 1 am the sole depository Y
of my own secret and it shall perish
with me
Thus wrote Junius a man whose
Identity no one has ever been able to
learn a man who for years stirred all
Europe to fury and to mad curiosity
whom the British government hated
and feared whose seniol thn ninvor
est minds of the day could not fathom
The mystery remains unsolved The
writings of Junius have long since
become classics perhaps the only
classic works in all literature whose I
authorship is utterly unknown v
Beginning in November 17GS a
series of letters appeared in the Lon
don Public Advertiser fiercely attack
ing the government flaying public
abuses demanding greater liberty for
the British people at large The writ
er with a dash of satiric scorn and
keen invective assailed the foremost
men of the day oven Englands king
George III The letters were couched
in polished flawless English They
were brilliant fearless mercilessly
direct Their language was ferocious
In Its Intense bitterness The signa
ture was Junius
From 17GS to 1772 these letters ap
peared in the Public Advertiser Wood
fall editor of that paper denied all
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knowledge of the mysterious author
declaring that the letters came from
an unknown source and that efforts
to get into personal communication
with the writer had failed
Clues were plenty but they led no
where From the state secrets Junius
so audaciously exposed it was evident
he must be a man of high rank and
I intimately associated with the govern
ment and the Icing But of all states
men thus placed on none could the
authorship be placed
No less than thirtyseven people
ono or two women among the num
ber were accused of writing tho
Junius letters One of these supposed
authors was the American General
Lee of revolutionary fame Lees claim
was backed by three experts who
proved the handwriting of Junius
to be Identical with Lees The only I
flaw in this statement was that near
ly a dozen other noted persons hand
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writing was declared by experts to
be precisely the same as that of
Junius
A number of jicopir at various times
eagerly confessed tnemselvcs to be Ju
I nius But one after another their
I assertions were disproved Tho last
i and most nearly credible of all these i
suppositions authors was Sir Philip
I Francis His son and others brought J
forth testimony which convinced many
that Francis was Junius But merci
I less logic quickly riddled and sank
his claims For one tiling no disguis
I ed handwriting can be better than its
authors original penmanship rite
I Junius letters were neatly and ex I
quisitely penned whereas Francis
I wrote a sprawling awkward hand
I Francis himself spoke of the pieten
sion as a silly falsehood Said
Tierney when asked his ideas on I i
I Francis
authorship j
I know lin lunar Prlenn v o
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posing the fellow to be Junius than
j that he was always confoundedly
proud of something and no one could
ever guess what it could be
II
The Marquis of Lansdowne once
said he hnl proof as to Junius iden
tity and that he would soon publish
I the facts But ho died shortly after
ward wjth his promise unfulfilled
Pitt prime minister of England whom
Junius defended in his letters also
claimed to know who the man of mys
tery was But beyond denying that
it was Francis lie would not divulge I
the secret Dr Samuel Johnson told
Boswell his own biographer I know
no man but EmmiJid Burke who is
capable of writing those letters And
Burke denies it
As time went on there was not a
public man who did not tremble lest
he himself should be next to fall un
der tho vitriolic sarcasm of the Ill
I T
I came up for frequent discussion The
great Edmund Burke once made an
impassioned address on the subject in
the house of commons beginning
How comes this Junius to have brok
en through the cobwebs of the law
and to range uncontrolled unpunished
I through the land The myrmidons of
the court arc pursuing him in vale
The mighty boar of the forest btU
broken through all their snares When
1 read his attack upon the king my
blood ran cold
In January 1772 the series of ter
rible anonymous letters ceased a3
suddenly as It had begun Did Jimlus
die then or did he feel that discovery
was too close at hand How could any
man for four years have moved safely
and fearlessly among the very people
he assailed and yet have eluded nil
suspicion The whole affair must al
ways be a mystery
INDIVIDUAL PICTURES OF THE ENTIRE TAFT CABINET HH O > U lUUWU 111 parliament tne matter < VANT ADS BRING mJ RESUlyrS
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