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I REfERENCES
Continued from Pago Five
If ytVeat eat at
Cafeteria
Hoaplng Contfnuod The case of tho
stnte vs William Beck and R Mal
kin was called again thls morning
but the healing was continued unlll
Saturday the county attorney stat
ing that he was not prepa red to pro
c d There arc a number of wit
nesses needed by the state who arp
DO In the city at this limp Be1c
and Malkln aro the young men charS
edrwlth the theft of tort bars bfy sll
rerlead bullion Juno X8th the pre
llrplnary hearing having been begun
yesterday before Judge Murphy
B < G Butter wins whore Whops
fall
Mayor of Council Bluffs Mayor Thoa
Jfatyney of Council BJuffe Iowa was
an Ogden visitor a few bourn yester
day whllo on his way home from tho
coast Ho was well pleased with Og
den and the west stating that tho
progress of the country In tho past
few years Is really wonderful Ho
expressed the thought that Ogden has
a great future beforo it as a distribute
ins point for the Intermountain coun
try tr
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Bankrupt sale of Mrs Blairs stock
of millinery at Stafford Millinery Co
3G Washington avenue formerly 3rd
floor Wrights
r Game Forfeited Tho gamo of ball
between the Eden and Liberty toams I
of tho county league to have been
played at Liberty last Saturday was I
forfeited to Liberty by the umpire by
a score of 9 to 0 on account of Eden
falling to appear on the Liberty
jnds and play the game
Kodak finishing Trlpp 340 25th
Ilreet
Funeral for Baby Lofgreen Tho u
ral services oer Samuel Vernon
lfnnt son of Samuel and Emma Lof
Yeen will toe held at Llndqulsts fu
eral chapel at 11 a m Saturday The
fasket will be open at the family rest I
Sence 2GS1 Lincoln avenue between I
ulie hours of 9 and 1030 on tho day
f tho funeral Bishop Robert Me
tjuarrle will conduct the services and
Interment will be made In the Hunts
Tub cemetery
Buy your anthracite coal during
July 10 CO delivered Phones 149
ftobt B Lewis
Auto Party from ZIonFormer Gov
ernor Wells and General Burton ac
companied by their wives and Horace
Whitney manager of the Deseret
News camo up from Salt Lake In two
automobiles this morning General
Burton is pleased with the road work
Weber county and Ogden are doing
Jle says the county road south of Og
den to tho Davis county line puts to
shame tho efforts of road builders In
other parts of the state
IIt Is worth while lo call 18 and get
our rates on storage coal Shurtllff
Co phones 18
Out on BondPending the action
of tho supreme court of the state
Hoken Olson convicted In the district
court of conducting a blind tiger sa
loon at HuntsUlIe has been released
from the county Jail under a bond or
GOO The bond Is signed by Olsen
and by Henry Wossler TheHuntsvlllo
saloonlst IR under sentence to serve
four months In tho county jail and
nay a fine of 250 Ho has appealed
the case to the supreme court of tho
state
Dr Samuel Brick has mOved his
office to rooms 32 and 33 Lewis build
Ing
GRACE BROOKS NOW
CAUGHT WITH GOODS
Salt Lake July 28Grace Brooks
considered by the police as one of the
cleverest pickpockets that has ever
operated in this city was arrested by
Patrolmen PIUs and McMartln this
morning at 130 oclock after she
had robbed W J Jayne of Mercur
Utah of CO Fifty dollars of the
money was recovered by the police
and Is being held as evidence against
the woman
Jayne met the woman In front of
Brannings chili parlor on State street
near Second South and she told him
a plUful story of belner hungry He
offered to take her to a restaurant and
purchase her a meal but she insisted
on going into the chill parlor and eat
ing chill When the couple left the
parlor Jayne discovered that his mon
ey was missing and called tho patrol
men On tho way to the police station
the oman who was walking along
side her victim attempted tn hand
him 50 of the money Patrolman
PIUs who was also walking near tho
woman eaw the movement 04 her
hand and reaching down led her to I
suppose that Jayne was reaching for
the money after which she handed
the money to Patrolman Pitta mis I
taking btu hand for that of Jayner I
Inasmuch as the woman has been ar I
rester a number of times and releas
ed on account of lack of evidence the
department anticipates a conviction
Caving caught the woman with the
toods
LABOR DAY TREE PLANTING
Now York July 2SThe biggest
bor day tree planting on record will
KJ tried In Brooklyn this year Moro
tan 250000 seedling treeshardy
Jutalphs which grow rapidly and at
lain a heIght of twenty foot In as
ninny yoars havo been donated to I
inc Brooklyn board of education and I
will be distributed one each to ev
ery public school pupil In the big
borough I
MONTANA FOREST FIRES
Mlssoula Mont July 2SThe gen
ial forest fire situation In Montana
ind Idaho Ifl reported to be some
ohat Improved by the forestry ofli
tlalR here today Fires which bad
wn fanned into lIfo for the second
imp by the high and ever changing
KInds of the last three days are again
partly undorcontrol and with increas
ed forces of men the headway in the
n
9BUng ig marked in all sections Only
1 two now fire were reported today
New ork Money
I Now lark July 28 Money on cajl
easy 1 i2a2 per cent ruling rate
1 M per cent closing bid I 14 per
cent ofored at 1 li percent
Time loans steady for sixty days
I J Hal per cent for ninety days H
I sSn4 per cent and for six months
yau 1 l pot cent >
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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He Will Continue the
N Contest for
County Option
Lincoln Neb July 28 William j
Bryan will continue the contosl for
county option and for the Initiative
and referendum la a fltalemeut Is
sued today he says >
Whllo thefailure of tho Democratic
convention to endorse county option
was disappointing the fight for caulk
ty option In the Democratic party has
not been in vain In the first place It
has holped lo secure A declaration In
favor of the Initiative and referendum
in both parties and now that all par
ties han > declared for It thero Is no
doubt of the necessary amendment be
ing submitted at the next se Bl9n of
the legislature
The work now to be done Is to se
cure county option candidates In ev
ery Senatorial and representative dis
trlct Those who favor county op
lion should turn out at the primaries
and nominate a candidate favorJng
county option The Republicans in
favor ot county option should be as
active In securing the nomination of
Republican candidates favorable to
county option
fUNERAL HELD
IN TmRD WARD
The funeral of Fred Hales the ten
yearold eon of George Hales was
held yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock
at the Third Ward meeting house
with Bishop Carl E Peterson presid
ing
Those who spoke were William D
Van Dyke Jr Patriarch George W
Larkin and President Joseph Wother
upoon The following solos were rend
ered
Scatter Seeds of Kindness Miss
Bessie Blair
Holy City Fern Farr
Count Your Blessings Fannie Ir
vine
Rest Rest to the Weary Mrs
Marlon Clark
Face to Face Bessie Blair
IIU6E SUM STOLEN
BEYOND RECOVERY
NEW YORK July 27fhe gen
tlemens agreement between the
RusslChineso bank and its missing
cashier Erwin Wider who is accused
of embezzling 000000 worth of
stocks and bonds expired todtiy when
tho district attorneys ollke was re
quested to take action and a private
detective agency was put on the case
The bank Is now pretty well con
vinced that all the huge sum stolen
has vanished beyond recovery The
story that Wider had a power of at
torney from the bank finds credence
In Wall Street and It was also assert
ed today that many of the certificates
ho disposed of were still fn blank
when they vanished
If this can bo proved it will make
the task of the recovery from brok
ers additionally difficult Thus far
there Is nothing to Indicate that any
of the certificates were filled with
forged signal 11 os No suits against
brokerage houses have been begun
MAYOR OF CITY
CALLS FOR TROOPS
COLUMBUS 0 July 27Mayor
Marshall today sent a communication
to 1ho sheriff of Franklin county de
daring
1 feel that 1 have exhausted all the
means within my power to preserve
the pearo In Columbus following the
strike of the street car men and
should conditions grow worse it will
be impossible for mo to preserve tho
peace I therefore request that you
furnish mo such help In this city as
lies within your power
The sheriff thus far has taken no
action
After twenty hours delay Mayor
Marshall tonight made a formal call
upon Governor Harmon for troops
to be used in putting an end to riots
iiv connection with the street car
strike Until the troops arrive tho
I mayor says cars will not he permitted
to run
For the first time since the strike
began there was daylight rioting to
day The riots continued tonight A
score of arrests were made Four
persons wcro hurt and one may die
PRESIDENT IS STILL
ENJOYING CRUISE
Blddleford Pool Maine July 28
I President Tafts vacation cruise along
the Maine roast ends lato this after
noon when the Mayflower will sail
I Into Beverly harbor and cast anchor
off tho summer White House
The President and his party spent
I the night on board and the Mayflower
I remained at anchor In the harbor
hero until time to start for Beverly
I in order to reach there about 3 oclock
The President goes to Province
t town on August 6 to speak at the
I unveiling of the Pilgrims monument
I the cornerstone of which was laid by
I Mr HoosoYQlt
Mr Taft will have a number of
I vlEltore at J3evoriy soon and some im
I portant political conferences are in
prospect
I ESTATE OF RAWN
COMPARATIVELY SMALL
Chicago July 28 Instead of being
I a millionaire Ira G R < iwn president
I of the Motion railroad company who
I was found shot to death at his sum
1 mer homo died possessed of an
I cstnte valued at only 120000 So at
I least a petition flled today by his wid
I ow declared Mr Rawns will was
promptly admitted to probate Mrs
I Rawn was appointed pxecutrlv
According to tho petition there was
no real estate all of the holdings be
ing listed as personal property
The total amount given In the docu
ment cftufjpd surprise as there was a
general Impression that the flUto
I would he appraised at more than 51
000000
STUTMJW BOARD
Will ASS 1ST PROJECT I
SALT JLAKE July 27Tho stal
board ofland commissioners will ad
vance 360000 to the Union Reservoir
company to assist In the completion
of an irrigation project in Utah and
Wasatch counties 15000 of the
amount will be available at once and
the balance will be furnished In two
Installments one next roar and the
I other the following year It Is ex
p ted that the project will have
been completed within three years
Tho money is returnable to tho
state In ten annual Installments com
mencing with the first payment on Do
c nber 31 1913
The Union Reservoir company Is
a consolidation of the followIng com
panies which already iiavo water
lights and canals in Utah and Wa I
satch counties Provo Reservoir
company the Sego Irrigation com
pany tho Tlmpanogas Irrigation com
pany and the Wasatch Irrigation com
pany The plan of the company calls
for tho building of a number of re I
servoirs and canals for tho Irrigation
of lands In Waaatch and the Provo
bench The money advanced by tho
state will be paid out In checks for
work actually dono on the project
these chocks will bo signed by tho
president of tho company and coun
tersigned by tho president of thq
state land board
The question of the board dispos
ing of the Pluto project was not dis
cussed at this meeting this morning
by the board but will bo up for con
sideration by tho board this after
noon Two propositions have been
made to take the project off the hands
of tho board
A number of protests from peoplo
in that section of the state have been
filed with Secretary W J Lynch
and will be presontod to the board
this afternoon The objectors pro
test against the state disposing of
the project to any private parties
and ask for a hearing It is likely
that the board will fix a date this af
ternoon at which time the petitions
of the objectors to the proposed dis
posal of the pi cct will be given a
hearing
CONHST ON fOR
GUDOHJ TROPHY
NEW YORK July 7Th contest
board of the American Automobile as
sociation today disqualified H O
Smith and the Premier Motor Manu
facturing company and declared them
Ineligible for all contests hold under
the sanction of the board until fur
ther notice
The notice of the hoard iaa direct
reply to the temporary injunction ob
tained by the company last week In
the Brooklyn courts restraining the
board from delivering the Glidden tro
phy to the Chalmers Motor company
Tho board holds that the Premier com
pany when it entered the Gliddon
tour recognized the authority of the
board and that its appeal to the courts
from the jurisdiction of tho board Is a
distinct breach of the contest rules
and IK prejudicial to sport
A referee awarded tho Glidden tro
phy to the Premier car Tho Chal
mers company protested to the hoard
and the board sustained the protest
reversing the reforec
EXCELLANT PROGRAM FOR
PURPLE DAY
When the date of our local Elks
Purple Day arrives Friday July 2n
there will no doubt bo the greatest I
gathering at Lagoon over recorded
from this city
The local Elks arc always trying to
do things just a little better and I
this year their efforts will bo crowned
with success
In addition to the regular < attrac
tions at Lagoon at 5 and lOc tho
dance shady nooks bowery etc the
boys are absolutely giving away with
no strings attached 40c worth of free
amusements at the resorL
Their adult tickets will sell at the
regular price of SOc and attached to
this Is a free ride on the Scenic
Railway a trip on the exhlleratlne
Shoot the Shoots a spin on the cute
little Mlneature Railway and a
ride on the good old MerryGo
Round Of course It isnt supposed
that Tommy Jones May Littlefield
and some more of the Junior mem
bers will go crazy over tho Merry
GoRound hut their coupons will be
used no doubt by their little friends
who enjoy such things Immensely
The childrens tickets at 25c will
contain a ride on the mlnature rail
way and tho merrygoround free
Anticipating an Immense crowd
that day we would advise mothers
who give their children an outing
to go down on the morning trains
and return early In the evening This
plan will give the children more
chance to enjoy life and not encoun
ter such crowds In returning There
Is no excursion from Salt Lake on
the 29th and Mr Bamherger has
promised our Elks all tho equipment
necessary to handle the business In
nddlllou to the regular trains thero I
will ho a fapaclal train leave Ogden I
at Glo p m to accommodate the
business men and othor who think I
his time of departure the best The I
special will leave Lagoon for Ogden
at 1030 p m
Our local boys have made arrange
ments to put on a firstclass ball
game In the afternoon and an extra
amount of dance music will be fur
nished during tho day to accommodate
those who enjoy this feature both af
ternoon and evening
Tho Elks aro not making any ef
fort to assemble as a body on this
day but am going to go to Lagoon I
whenever they feel like It and take I
their families along to enjoy an out
Ing free from any cares such as
taking tickets selling chances on
watches spieling tot side shows etc
The purple and whlto will bo dis
played as much as possible that day
by tho boys and girls who are con
nected directly or Indirectly with our
local lodge but they can rest assured
tho committee composed of W D
teller F A Burt and 0 P Meckos
will attend to all business that day
and Its up to the rest of the boy
to thoroughly enjoy tho day
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1Bi SAftUP IN
I SALT lAKE TEAM
Salt Lake July 28 Manager Mike
Donovan for the Salt 15ll9 learn of
the Utah State league hcjsannouucpd
that by the last df tho wlClio ex
pects four strong recruits to bo In
Salt Lake uniforms Arrangements
have practically bcen completed
whereby Salt Lake Secures Williams
the star Hebor pitcher Sqbastlan tho
clever young catcher Wprkman the
hardhlttlng catcher of the Twin
Falls team and M aus of Twin
Falls one of the best infielders In
the west
Williams already has been signed
and Is In Salt Lake practicing with
his teammates Tie will twirl for the
locals against the Occidentals at
Walkers field next Sunday Hummell
will pitch for Salt Lake on Satur
day at Murray If his other placers
arrive In time Donovan expects Salt
Lake to win both games
Carl Sebastian formerly the star
catcher of tho University of Utah
bpsoball team has been signed bv
Manager Donovan and life may be be
hind the bat on Saturday and Sunday
He has been working out with the
team and looks to be tho goods
Donovan Wednesday night wired to
Workman and Means to come at once
and he expects them to arrive either
today or Friday Jf they reach here
It time he will use both of them In
the games Saturday and Sunday
The arrival of the now players will
mean a big shakeup In the local line
up Castro will be taken from third
and placed ly tho outfield Ho has
been hitting strong utls weak In
Holding Dohovati will ho shifted
from short to third and Means will
go in at short
Donovan also Is after Tom Collins
n fast Idaho pitcher Colins has an
excellent pitching record and is a
strong batter With Collins Huiji
mell and Williams as a pitching stalf
and Sebastian and Workman alter
nating behind the bat the battery
vork of the locals should bo strong
The advent of Means should strength
en tho Infield which has been weal
all season The readjustment and
additions to the team should make it
possible for Salt Lake to win a bIg
najorlty of the remaining games
As the result of his recently acquir
ed material Donovan han an extra
pitcher on his hands and he will
piobably farm him out to some out
oftown aggregation Donovan said
that ho had not yet decided which
pitcher he would release nor to what
club ho would release him He said
that the first team that applied would
probably be given the man
WHEN MONITOR AND
MERRIMAC FOU6UT
Washington July 28The original
logbook of the famous Monitor cov
ering tho period ot her engagement
with the Confederate iron clad Merrl
nac in Hampton Koads of March 0
18C2 was today gljVcn to the navy
department to be pie erved among Its
historic records The restoration of
tie log to the department was due to
Captain Louis Stodder of the United
States revenue cutter service non
living In Brooklyn and an officer on
the Monitor during her entire service
For years he has treasured the log
among his most valuable possessions
but as old age has crept over him
h > desired to see it placed where Its
preservation mignUbe assured
The most Interesting entries con
cern the fight with the Merrlmac
Among the entries on Sunday March
9 Sfi2 are tho following
4 to 8 p mFlne weather and
calm At sunrise saw three steam
ers lying under Sewells Point Mad
one out to be the Rebel steamer Mor
rl mac At 720 got under way and
stood towards her and piped all
hands to quarters Signed J
Weber
From 8 to meridian Fine clear
weather The Rebel steamer advanc
ing and opening fire on the Minne
sota 6y20 Opened fire on the Mer
rlmac from that time until 12 con
stantly engaged with tho Merrlmac
Signed Louis Stodder
From meridian to 4 p mC1ear
weather At 1230 rifle shell struck
the pilot house severely Injuring tho
commander Worden 1 p mThe
Merrlmac has led off in a disabled
condition Stood toward the Minne
sota and received on board Assistant
Secretary Fox of tho navy 2 p m
Captain Worden left Fort Monroe
in charge of Surgeon Logue Signed
George Fredorickson
Thase who Inspected the log today
dew attention to the first entry
which should have been for the fore
noon Instead of the afternoon
BUTCHERS ARE TO
FI6nT rUE TRUST
Chicago July 2SLowEr prices of
meats will be brought about if the
plans of the United Butchers of Am
erica aro put Into successful opera
tion Tho retailers declare that the pack
er Is to blamo for the high prices of
meat and now plan to prove It by
eliminating that Individual
John H Schofield secretary of tho
Butchers National organization sayd
an attempt will he mado at the con
vention here August 15 to 19 to or
ganize and establish Independent co
operative ablwtolrs rendering plants
and tanneries and ho expects ar
rangements to be made for trying tho
experiment In Chicago
Tho question has boen under con
bideratlon for some time and we now
feel certain that the project will go
through he said < kThls move will
enable the retail butcher to operate
Irdepundently We propose to kill all
our cattle and to market the byprod
vctfl With the great profit that
would accrue from tho byproduct
we would bo able to retail moat to
tho consumer at least fifty per cent
cheaper than the prices now askcu
and still make a health profit
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Joseph It Morrell and Jrannotte M
Morrell wife to Carl C Rasmusson
for 1000 part of lot 12 block 10
South Ogden City survey
Esther V Ballnntyne to John F
Barton for 825 part of tho north
west quarter of section 25 township 6
r kWf
north Ian range 2 west Salt Lake morld
Whltford G Wilson unmarried to
Esthop v Baljantyne for J750 part
of the northwest quarter of section 25
township G north range 2 west Salt
Lake meridian
J E Crltes and wife Alice M of
Salt Lnke Clt v to Olayln Stuart or
Ogden for 3QO part of lot 12 block
10 South Ogden City survey
Hajmond J Powers and Eliza
Powers wife to Charles D Anderson
for 2GOO part of lot 3 block 39 plat
A1 Ogden City survey
SIOUX INDIANS
TORE CARED fOR
Washington July 28Con9ul Watts I
at Brussels having reported to the
bureau of Indian affairs that the thir I I
tynine Sioux Indians connected with
an American wild west show are dis
satisfied and desirous of returning to
their homes on the Pine Ridge reser
vation In South Dakota the Indian
bureau has cabled Instructions that
the red men be brought back
It was recently reported tothe bu
reau that the Indians were stranded
owing to the shows poor season The
manager of the company however
claims that ho could fulfill his con I
tract obligations with the Indians and
that they were willing to remain The I
otllclals asked the American consul
to Investigate the matter and their ac
tion was determined by his report
that the red men wanted to come
back
The payment of their transporta
tion will be made from the funds de
posited by the manager of the com
pany to guarantee that the Indians
would bo taken caro of and sent back
to their reservation
WESTERN UNION
CUAN6ES POLICY
Chicago July 28T P Cook gen
eral superintendent of the Western
Union Telegraph company has an
nounced a change In the policy of the
company In the west A number of
new positions have been created In
the western divisions and appoint
ments have been made
We are going to specialize said
Mr Cook Up to the present time I
have had all the western division on
my hands Our business has In
creased to such a volume In the last
few years that I feel the need of somo
assistance And so I am building tip
a staff to cover the west
I am Initiating a plan whereby the
classes of service will be divided In
this way each man can become a spe
cialist In his particular line
The new appointments are as fol
lows
lowsM
M T Cook general agent of tho
western division has been given the
title of division commercial superin
tendent of tho western division
W J Lloyd former superintendent
of tho first district western division
has been made division sup orin tend
tendent of traffic weslern division
A B Cowan has been promoted to
Mr Lloyds place as superintendent of
the first district western division
M H Clapp has been appointed division
vision superintendent of plant west
ern division
The new appointments become ef
fective August 1
CAN STOP rUE
Flfi T PICTURES
Chicago July 28111 giving his
opinion that the mayor and the chief
of police have the right to stop the
exhibition of the JeffriesJohnson
fight pictures Corporation Counsel
Brlln age cites the socalled Block
case which was carried to the su
preme court of Illinois and In which
In writing the courts opinion Chief
Justice Cartwrlght declared that pic
ture depicting the adventure of the
James boys and tho activities of
night riders were Immotal
Counsel for A J Jones who owns
the Illinois rights to the pictures
yesterday declared that in all prob
ability court proceedings would he In
stituted today to force the city offi
cials to grant the permit
IMPERIAL VALLEY
CROPS IN DAN6ER
Imperial CaLf July 2SResldcnts
of the Imperial Valley are greatly
wrought up over the irrigation situa
tion In connection with the Colorado
river which it is said threatens tho
destruction of a milliondollar cotton
crop and a half million dollars worth
of other crops In the valley Threats
are heard of an armed uprising of
the people of the valley to seize the
pile driver and dredge of the South
em Pacific Railroad company and af
filiated corporations now lying Idle
at the intake of tho Imperial valley
Irrigation system and doing the work
believed to bo necessary to save tho
crops of the valley
Word was received today that the
CaliforniaMexico Land Cattle Co
hart thrown a dam across the Imperial
canal In Mexico to secure additional
water for tho companys land In that
republic and there immediately fol
lowed In the valley threats to Invade
Mexico and tear out the dam and
seize tho idle pllo driver and dredgo
for the construction of a levee to
save the crops of the Imperial valley
BAMBERGERS FORM
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NEW LEAD COMPANY
Salt Lake July 28A new com
pany that promises to do much to
ward Increasing tho lend output of
Nevada has been launched by Salt
Lake men at Ely The articles of In
corporation of the White Pluto Lead
company have been filed with tho
county clerk at the countv seat of
White Pine county by Ernest Bamber
ger who Is named as president A C
Ellis Jr vice president and Herbert
Cohn secretary and treasurer
The company is capitalized for only
10000 and the ownership of the
stock Is divided auu follows Ernest
Bamborger 9960 shares A C Ellis
Jr 10 shares Herman Bamborger 10
shares Herman Cohn 10 shares The
corporate lire Is limited to fitly years
The company owns the famous Ne
Plus Ultra group of claims In the
heart 9f the Hamilton Nev lead belt
These claims were bought by tho pros J
ont owner about four years ago from
Charles Mlnolettl and Louie Lani for
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A Free Alarm Uock
ANY PERSON PAYING SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION
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MISSION ORDER AND
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THIS CLOCK WILL COST YOU JUST 3 IN ANY STORE i
IN THE STATE OLD AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS 1
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You GeR TIlS HOCkeNot the
Other Fellow
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35000 Great quantities of high
grade lead ore were shipped from the
claims to the Salt IJnke valley smelt
ers by the original owners who se
cure premium prices for the pro
duct
ductThe
The organization of the company
closely follows the clearing up of tho
companys tltlo to an undivided one
third Interest in one of the claims
Tho title of Charles Minoletll to this
part of one of the claims was ques
tioned and the cleaung up of the rec
ord was walled for by the new own
ers before they proceeded with their
plans
1 Is the plan of the company to go
ahead with the of tho
ahead operation prop
erty on a large scale and to put it Into
tho shipping class at once
WELLS FARGO EXPRESS
WILL HAVE A RIVAL
The San Francisco Call says
The Wells Fargo Express company
which has had a monopoly of the ox
press business of California and Ne
vada since Its entrance Into the field
Is to have a strong rival within thu
next six months when the Western
Pacific railway installs along Its line
the Globe Express company the com
pany which now serves the cities and
towns along the Denver 1 Rio Grande
railroad
riroad
Announcement that the Globe Ex
press company would enter tho California
fornia and Nevada field was mado
yesterday at the offices ot the West
ern Pacific railway
The Globe will not he ready for
business when the road for
hlslneR5 opens pas
senger traffic said a prominent of
ficial of the Western Pacific but it Is
safe to predict that the Globe will
enter this field before the end of the
present year
A representative of the Gobo ex
press compan ybas been In this state
recently and has visited a large num
ber of the towns along tho line of tho
Western Pacific and Is said to have
chosen sites for the location of of
fices for the company It was reported
ported In Denver some months ago
that the Goulds had secured the con
trol of the Pacific Express company
and that that company would bo merg
ed with the Globe and the service of
the two companies extended over the
entire Gould system
Wells Fargo the American UnlterV
States and Adams are the four big
express companies of tho country and
with the reported merger of the Pa
cific and the Globe companies and
the extension of tholr service to the
Pacific coast over the Western Pa
cific another largo company will en
tot the > field
I the Globe and Pacific lake over
tho business of the Gould lines they
will have the Wabash Missouri Pa
cific Denver Rio Grande Western
Pacific Colorado Southern and a
part of the business of the Burlington I
to handle
C I Schlacks first vice president
of the Denver Rio Grande and of
the Western Pacific Is the president
of the Globe Express company
MINNESOTA DEMOCRATS
IN STATE CONVENTION
Minneapolis July 2fTlw Minne
sota stale Democratic convention was
called to order todl for the nomina
tion of a full ticket Congressman W
S Hammond was temporary chair
man On account of the harvest how
In progress over tho state tho country
delegates have been slow in arriving
While there was somo uncertainty
as to the nominee for governor tho
slate markers felt confident up to tho
time of the assembling of the conven
tme
tion that John Lind former governor
of Minnesota would be named to head
the ticket
This they claim could be dono In
spite of his numerous refusals to bo
considered as a candidate and of his
CInsldeTd
lately expressed Intention ofdeclining
the nomination If made
Next to Llnd W S Hammond and
Mayor J C Ilayncs of Minneapolis
are considered as faxprltOB for the
nomination for governor
Well boys hero wp arc again
said Chairman Day m he chllod the
convention to order A good old
cononton
fashioned convention without a boss
and without 1 strain roller
Wo aro a convention of rise men I
to promote the Interests of the com
monwealth and Democratic principles
dear to the Democratic heaTtfi Iot I
the people rule <
Fr Day paid a glowing tribute to I
tho memory of Governor John A
f
f
c
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Johnson and said that If he were allvo
today there would be no contention
for the nomination for contenton 1
When Mr Day concluded he called I
on W S Hammond to act a tem
porary chairman of the convention j j
Mr Hammond then cononton
delvercd his ad I
dress a
SEPARATED FROM HER
CHILD FOURTEEN YEARS
Spokane Wash July 28After be
ing separated from her only child I
for more than 11 years seeing him
last when he was a babe In arras
Mrs Harvey L Harrington of Spo
kane has gone to Dubuque Iowa to I
claim her SOl and bring him to her i
row home at Salmon Meadows Ida
ho where she aught school last sea
son Mrs Harrington has been in the
Northwest since 1897 teaching school
In various part ot Montana Oregon
Idaho and Washington
Just before boarding a train In Spo I
kane for Burlington Iowa Mrs Har t
rington said while tears of gladness
and anticipation rolled down hor
cheeks that her fondest hope of t
3 car was about to he realized With
in a few days she will be reunited
with her who has
son no remem
brance of his mother
Mrs Harringtons story has Us pa
thetic side Separated from her
child by strife which disrupted hoi
homo life in Iowa in 1896 she came
to Washington and taught school In
this and neighboring states Her
husband married the second time and
I marrr lme anr
fliod a few months later The step
I mother placed the boy In an orphans
I asylum soon afterward when all
I trace of the child was lost to lh <
I mother
The search was long and trying
1
at times Mrs Harrington said bu
I I never lost faith I knew I would
I I find my child I admit I was dis
I heartened when I could find no clue
to his whereabouts but something
I seemed to tell me that my search
I would be rewarded so I continued
to work and hope for fourteen years
I Only a few days ago I was advised
I that my son now 15 years of ago
Is In Duhuque and I am going there
I to him as fast as steam can carry me
I Wo are coming back to the west to
I i > ake our home among my frkmds
I who encourager and assisted me
I when I needed their cheering wordq
I nost I owe much to the people of
S the Northwest and I know too that
I they will rejoice with me In my hap
I piness
I
IRRIGATION PLAINT IS
SOLD FOR 60004 I
I Spokane Wash July 28 Spokane
i Idaho Irrigation Power company
Irrigaton
coulrolllng 30000 acres of land ani
water rights along Little Lost rivet
I In Custer county Idaho has beet
I E Hervey of Spokane
sold by Benjamin SpC
I kane to a Kansas City syndicate I
I headed hv E K Taylor and J Wiles
for 60000 Mr Hervey acquired lV
I property early in July for 510000
i Mr Hervey said on his return t
Spokane from Boise where the da
tails of the sale wore closed
Tho crops in southern Idaho will
ho generally good although In sonic
oneraJy god
localities only two crops of nlfalfl
loaltes cut this year owing to th
scarcity of water The early meltlni
of the snow this year had Its effec
their
The farmers are contracting
new alfalfa crop to tho sheep owners
at S7 and 12 a ton loose In the stack
When at Mountain Home Idaho T
was told that a company of Seattle
Is putting water on 70000 acres
putng
Southern Idaho Is rapidly becoming R
vast field of Irrigated land and It Ifi
reported now that 1000000 acres of
undor water at
lands are being put
the average cost to the settlers of 40
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