|Paper||Provo Semi-Weekly Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Semi-Weekly Herald|
J. I ROVO TED VOL, XI I M If S HORSE .! The Provo commercial club will hold a special nifetmg tomorrow (Wednesday) even- ing for the prpote of cousid- - J J rir- 'i; f-7 lub committee The c mmer ial having in charge he coming horse 1 ll bhjiw is receiving order from tvernhe state- im'.Wntmg X amendwill be a big exhibit of the theie that following ering by-X. ment or- addition ftdith horsts, and that the movement is ' laws of the club: 4 growing in favor, villi owners of 00 iutoxicatmg fine borne?. . - tated W 4 of the officials .of tbe. Salt L iloute will improve it track this route. leavv rails will H1 . . . I t ami .Uie tiaea siraigitienea u New ties and other improvenw will be placed -- on-r- the track tween Salt Lake and Provo. a, an n! 1 bis h considered Mrtant announcement to thost who are interested in the railroad! because it is said that the Salt Lake road - will then have a shorter route to Salt Lake than the Rio. Grande. At the present tl It 32.--T- hat at sold be or given away ever, buffet, or tn any rooms of Jhm L club.' This ejbalfbe ;JanyoriahatiSu- horse-tiien'a- by-la- rattela It is one - that is pf general interest grud on brmt:'!1 Pucit-fcK- fltoiihc; membere espeailF'atrthifi: sweeping the country and the ter will no doubt Jbe gijeti lue and careful craiderationxand then act-- ; ed upon in coDformUy with, the tie club. eBiirifcif-prjfylo- MiU . toe ."'(( 'V,. h(irne enow a 11.. tie Sirtt Tjtke Kontw is fortv-fiv- f . to Salt Lake while the Jiwirjj When f figures only tracks of the Salt ,Lake Wt itt 1 salgh tebed up7Ttif tteie'tvv made by trains. The work will 1 We bre figtiriog about twelve heal and write later giving jmrticiiTaii DIVIDENDS TOMORROW forty-four- - Dividends by the Colorado, and Sioux mines will be declared tor 4 MARLOWE JULIA THE GODDESS morrow. It is more than probable ; Nothing that Miw Marluwe bne done in years Las ImpresHed the theater roers in New York city eo iarcibly as "The tkidtls of Iteaou." 'llie nlav Is the and aJ:my tiat the velvet will be as smooth TirinM on 3)is5ides inbe PreRcb leroRriion aud is f iflToOrairlc. Bituaf ions: l grajully accepted by themlnority. and large as '. has beretotore been It is Kplemhdly acted. Ib fact, several critics are on record as crediting Miss Marlowe, with the best work of her artistic career in this ptaj, 1 4The 'Iub has beenv aM is a fcctor distributed by tbse companies. cial aliKe to its members and to the people at large and it will continue to be such, regardless of the vote on tha proposed a matter to Uffhi of "the Tltat in amendment. considered in the 1 'lieTfifornerWferhr that a buffet is to the club collect- ively and iodivTdually, and to the ..community,, by reason of, the ex 1 ample, and it will be dispose! spirit Itaving no " 10 GOME . Tf t That Pres. Tlve Beloina Mining slid Miliinjf .has ii led jirticles of in 0'- - ajpany poratioir with the.- c uDty clerk. of in a friendly The principal place of business i bad feelings to de- - G!hepfjfeLC fotHJwxHiuJLlhfi futwek-i- s 450r0(K)4DshiresOM ?TrjcHrnrnthe--club in other directions. " imnn nnm Trn GH CEII1L ZH IT ENDED i Jbunrunflitu 1 -- 1! 11 PRES. . IS cntfrip- - ' - hen be saw he would irv to atteud the annual encampment LiUbe OA: R. to be hel.l COURT par ualue of o cent each, busul on 1 a. repre-sente- w-.- ne-baaquet rTaf t JH. of mueie and readiflgSr A ndersoB,!. vice presjdept; It goes without laying that $he bid Jenkin", secretary; Waldemar John Draper folks and their entertainers had an Jensen, tireaearer; nd O. li. Ereapbrack. enjoyable time. ing program Timely Remarks to Our Girls. you think it fair . to- - her by repay sakldthat-AerrouhLJike- -- very mucn r - at'ena xne mees ing and it might r be of bis intended trip through the south and .west. view lresWentail -- that, would not other- - attend, andr it will be a great y; Tieff that there is no .There is barmineering4Upri(jin ' not ft motner-Tff5t- oaidj nf SiOI 111 SF " Jlyrum F, -l end. D.-Suel- m Tlfelase was bommenoed fari88 settle dispute as to boundary lines,, and for damages fur ore ex tracted from Grand Central ground by the Mammoth Company, and the Grand r Central company-w-as to. el I. . fi 1 Defendantarraignedr: was given time to plead in ordj get an attorneys and Judge indicated be would reduce the from, $2000. (llvrell . cb with a etatutary offense. -- p The case of Pleasant GroveX Artemns Uolxnan et al involvi the right of Pleasant Grove : Ci to collect a water tax from dtff ' have been issued: Thomas S. Waters ant is again before the Fourtl g of BpringvUIe and trict court of 8pringville. A marriage license Andrew C. Olson. 4ft has been issned to Tbos. 6. Waters if 8pringvilie and Mary ".Whiting see, livine at - Theodor County was examined for of Mapleton. .' I MARRIAGE LICENSES Mary-Whitm- -- ' ty :yesterfjri:Poctors Pi George and Frank Taylor, ' two Hinckley and oommittecv gentlemeaf"coIbr,eaderuiil to burglary in the Fourth district second, time toe patient w I court today. They are sentenced committed. ' 4oien months each. in . the state Estate of Paul GourleyA RE Any man can daughter receiving the attentions of GEO. And yet it often argue very persuasively when a girl r t married man. is interested in him, and invariably happens that girls do form friend bewins the argument ships with married man. from her mother. the petition of 1 j " 'Tht-'man'pfuwej-'w- April 5JuJS been set for . 4warded$l,OOa. Jainagea4aihi . - i. Utah in August his visit will bring supreme court of this state, which H. Gourley, demurrer qverrl defendant given ten daps to am. amount will now be collected. nuiny yiaitors to the'Gv A, R. en wise' - H 0 me and Day Xu rsery Lake about six months pg The following orders hi The case was 'carried to the X fiiade in the fourth district pupi erne court of the United. States Estate of Cyrus Company on a petition for a writ of error edylerl4ersoiiaLpra State of Utah. vs. Charles from the. supreme courtof Utah; and George Taylor, charged and v esterday Justice Holmes eomraittiiig.il bjtfgkrivarTuc handed down an opinion dismissing Pleaiif guilty...Sntenced the petition for a writ of error for r. ft. utan vs. wm. j. unu Dtateoi i waul of jurisdiction. , tnrre is something wrong "attentaons temwrma!ncaA about him. The man whose attenJug the fact from ber mother. for the state. - - No girl with toy "lense of honor; tions toward .yoa are honorable will u! can be bapy in j those "dreainstaae- be only too glad to; meet your par A San Pedro car was broken into ents andwin: tbeir appmalT ; lurde henel! thatene is Jobgibe: Amt-imaniljnhappymar-and bananas stolen. The right thing, but deep in her heart riages might be averted jf the girls oranges was eommitted by boys "she ktiowsiprfyell:-- e werfr only more ready to confide in burglary " "who had a tastiTor fruit, 'L--:not their .mothers. fcid4 mother LeonaHuffran "pightTmfart I girl who was left at the Orj Mas at Jasi come joan ? ntj jruiiHiay quite for him to do so in nofisible . deceit and disobedience?. . eeeiTtng ber inoothet; is ver wally this H Voa cannot bring a man W the pp; la the dyceptioDl! By campment bouse and introduce him .loypat -- 10 NOUS. David B. Huff and Flow1 Huff, of Lake Shore,i have ij gall Lake City, A tig.-- to 14. invitation was exteixled Hieaiuationlir tbeBeh'ina- - rain- lXThe . T i O I 3 .il t. The old f.dksof the First ward Dy oenaiors omooi anu ouuier claims No.s 1 and 2 in the ing . hall Hebef d ::arere entertaiiiwl at the-oc- ial land of UtahL who alsi '.biiLing dirict.-TJbllousual fmrare4be-dife4trie executive committee 5 cere; and today.- - In addition -- to the 8 of ;the G. A. 1L Pridelt Robert there was an interest Wm. Finch, president;" I started durincr the earlr summer JThe big uit which 'ttistieeii' ni for letters os administration J t eeo the Grand Ceiitrai "Mining estate of Chauncey Turner ; ed. The death ; occurred ;Ciapany and the Mammoth Min- j., atesa general tripthrot'h the J south and wet this autuui- .- OF REASON." ot the-'aetio-n A " the. Percbeff 'D Horee nippy, of Pleasant Grove, writes as follows under date of March 5: " We, as the Percteron Horse JetHJe1 to do all we (sin in mikuiir to'Oie W I 1 - Marrott of w ifitiVel v 1 i f Is au - -- Twi.- u. . 4 prison.. The burglary was committed ip ;;':'' Tuc1ker.:fio' cd, letters of 'administration' to George Powelson,' bond t isjno one wr.easily swayed vV son of ; : Arthur, the lEstateof ; r". as a young: girljbytbfirstjnan izethaj, he was paying any special George M. Smoot has returned I '' who find ber attractive. - The. man attention to J.NI Mr. and is Mrs. C Graham, ceased, order. allowing finaji thougbtlbeTwas from California- where- be took his me, I from a severe caBe of grip. and tjislribution. who urges you to meet him fecretlyf just friendly.'' and Miss Flora ftewell a family i for bad ThI not and to deceive your mother is a state of Niels Sorenson, c , Bishop Spauldingwill preachin know : man. perfectly wiiera man few1moiigcn;.Sm-ogirls the Episcopal , church eveiy night ed. order allowing final - a, jAIiss-Kewe- U are Probably yon feel quite capable talks to her whether he is doing so the children .and and distribution. this week and Suri will- - remain and Ocean Park: at 61 rs ffcdgipfot-yfwlves4a-jaattemanner, tate of CriiajgUPeitr Mr. Tntctr-Ijerotlijof this kind all girls dos but a whether he is ..making love to her", there for about a month. deceased, order allowinthere yesterday making arrange- son. L ' ' young girl is in" dangerous waters though in some instances-- it i 'diff- Smool says the. conditions' w Cali ments for the funeral -brotb-er-in- la of his favorable t6"bide to i corpulency ' the omentTebe" begins ? icult for an- - inexperienced girl to fornia are r ' : ' ' w, Jay Daniels. John G.....Smith '. has ..... comme as but that was not i and are mother: Most ber indolence, , I. judge. quite ready girls things from divorce Estate of Branch Young, deceas suit for - There is' no one in the world who to confide their lave affairs, to each the health treatment he particularly against Martin ' trround of "d f Smith the bhia davi civen additional borne on ed, time decided be come should heaf needed no thirty he to... has your interest f so ;ai otlier. .Why, then they T ' .. , JO I " One so unselfish and ready to sacri so anxious to bide ihem from their lie will go back after the folks in ' " ' this citf March 27, 1903. ? r . Do mother?-- .' ce hen ell for your happiness. about, ten days. '"s acceptance, . . - real-excu- riT. JolnEroof - iwi se,, 4 -- -- : -- :- .": , : '1 ; . r- - - . .!' 1 . .