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: .hi f h E o iJ ;' ji j i r 51 r jt t .j cussed, but that nothing- definite was done. 'w1-3 ,r December 19, 1900. Mr. Sanford Angetiof Overton X, made Ins parents a visit this week. Messrs Ranee and Keopp the pho-- j been Aoirg wor tograpbers who-havhere for the past week have gone to St. George. Mrs. M. F. Hamilton of Silver Reef is again on the sick list. Miss Julia Ford is staying with her. Bp. McMullin and Bro. Ira have gone to Cedar City. Mrs. Neoma Hartley and- son Alpheus have gone to Washington on a visit. Mr. Jessup of Ha.rrisburg passed through here Tuesday enroute -- fori Cedar with a load of dock root. Big Copper Deal. A Chicago Jispateh says: A number . ? of Chicago capitalists have secured an option on the Leonora copper mine in the Mount Sicker district of Vancou ver Island in British Columbia Word reached Chicago last night- that the mine had been bonded for $3,000,000 and if the deal goes through it will be one of the largest that has ever been carried out in British Columbia. The Leonora mining property has but recently come into prominence, and is t ie largest in the province outside of L Roy :nl the surrounding mines of Rogsian p. About a year ago a five foot ledge of clear copper ore worth more than $100 to the ton was found at the shaft. The bottom of an eigVy-foo- t mine has been worked ever sines and ; - WAS 1 1 IN GTOX. brink. Miss Munro was congratu- - UTAH .& PACIFIC R. R. CO. Ve hv all her friends. Not the slight-v.- -l accident marred the pleasure of the lime Card No- - 6, The was ideal weather seenand trip. rv depo-htfiilThe roads could not TAKING .EFFECT OCT. 21, 1900. nr-- ' prrr. better. Miss Munro accomplished the feat of d for five days driving without feeling the slightest fatigue. She will have several entries in the fort helming horse show. i B: r four-in-han- TO ESTABLISH AIRSHIP LINE. Company In Texas Prepares Launch Its First Aerial Pm nger Craft. The first airship to be built by the Custard Airsliip company at its facd tory at Flxott, Tex., will be in r. and on launched days :s initial tiip. This company was several months ago with a ' strek of $ ICC .OOO. It is enr. c rc.i' ' T. D. Custard, the h .'ntor, and a number of prominent business ntn. who cb'selv investigated the v. orbing nvrdcl of the neu -- ;rlal vehicle and pronounced it practicable. The company endeavored to manufacture machines in time to establish a line of them to ply between New York and Paris during the progress of the exposition at the French capital, .hut their construction was delayed, and it will be several months before regular lines of airships will be established between the principal cities of this country, should the one which is to be launched next week prove the success that is claimed for it. The complete machine weighs 250 nas a capacity of from aiK Puns tliree .to ftve People. Its maximum s expected to be ICO miles per sPee our- The first trip will ee from EI-e- d Dao Waco, a distance ot 20 miles, com-b.Tt- Tr-.- there appears to be no limit to the ' to v supply of ore a. id many hundred of tons haye been blocked out. An opDecember 20,, 1900. tion on the valuable mine was secured Bp. T. J. Jones of Overton was here by a number of New York and Chicago during conference. who are represented by The Stake presidency of the Relief capitalists, James II. Adams and Dr. Le Feber Society met with our association Thurs- np.v in British Columbia, looking after day. the interests of Americans. Andrew H. and Willard Larson left for the railroad with ore Saturday and returned today While returning from Mutual con- Driva Foar-ln-llaFive Day ference Sunday a number of our people Without Feeling Slightest came near meeting with a serious acfatigue. cident The break on the wagon reWith leaders gayly prancing, Miss fusing to work while coming down the Norma L. Monros four spirited bays grade the horses started to run but the dashed into Norwood Park at Long ring of the neck yoke breaking the Bi anch the other afternoon. Thus end- tongue dropped. All escaped without the last si age of a coaching trip rewho Lemor Pearce which lasted five days, and was unique except injury PALMER LOSES MODEL GUESTS ceived a severe kick from one of the in the history of the sport. Miss not Munro the horses. good only enjoys fortune to be heiress to $10.00l0,000, but Miss Mary Crawford entertaineded a she is an accomplished sportswoman. number of friends Thursday evening. Notvyithstanding her devotion to art and literature, she finds much time for The other day for the first time in and field sports. Above all yachting VAEEETT PINE she is an enthusiastic horsewoman. An 22 years and ten months room 358 of accident last spring resulted in a frac- the Palmer house. Chicago, was vaDecember 16, 1900. cant. The interesting part of it is. Don Forytke, our school teacher, re- ture of her left wrist, but the break that during an that time it has been did not keep her long awa- from her turned from Cedar after a short visit. favorite occupied by one eoupie, Mr. and Mrs. sports. Soon she was driving H. L. Seixas, and in their clepature and Snow Frank Peter Rextrum have as much and as skillfully as ever. New York, where they will make for Miss Munro began her last coaching gone west to work, their future the hotel lest its Sister Eliza Lloyd returned! from St. trip last Tuesday. Her guests were star boarders. home, Mr. was a mem- Seixas her mother, Mrs. Norman L. Munro; George yesterday aftornoon. rm of Oook, Lyman & Mrs. IL, oert Osborne, Albert Twyford Hattie T. Snow and May Cox are vis- Charles E. Cushing and Mr. and Mrs. !ixas which was for a number of IVnamiu E. Oood speed. Frsh horses Jears engaged in the wholesale hat itors in our town today from Pinto. wee and Princeton .business on Market street. About Last Tuesday while descending the as put in atatHightown rm went out of busi-Tsix oclock that evening. year aE reached stairs with her little brother, Lenora Tf nesswas on JanuarJ 4- 1878, that re Henry H. Munro, a student, aril Mr. the little daughter of Bp. Jeter Snow his friend, and Mrs. Seixas went to the Mr. Waggerman, a son of a fell missed her footing They selected room breaking her Baltimore millionaire, were added to Palmer house. left arm. The arm was set and she is the party. Next day the journey led as 358. where they remained all during far as BeinarcbviHe. That night the their long stay,- and every Sunday getting along nicely. was entertained by Mr. Blair, morning promptly at eight oclock Nat Gardner, Sell Bracken and Joe part' who is a house that is to cost Mr Seixas appeared at tne cashiers Vance have gone to DeLamar to dis- $t.ooo,ooo.erecting window and settled his bill for the of He never missed a payment Miss pose produce. Munro tooled the oach to week an never varied more than a minute on Geo, C. Gardner returned from the Orange Thursday through the most fr0TO two or exactIy eight oclock. railroad with a load of goods for the picturesque part of New Jersey. TTle Mr of ani Mr- Seiai ex- -. Thence stay homeward the trip was made Gardner Bros and Pine Valley Co-oby easy stages. Only three relays of ceeds by several years that of any Ten of otr residents attended the, horses were used, the last of the house, being put in otlieir conference at St. George. ' Hyrum Barney and family of Anna- bel were here last week visiting rela- For HOLIDAY PRESENTS-F- or tives end friends. EVERY DAY USE n mob-ohiswife to ha taken James J Cedar City to be treated by Dr i nd North bound trains leave daily exSouth, bound trains cept Mondays. arrive daily eqcept Mondays. T. R ELLERBECK,Gen?l Supt. OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. Direct Line to Salt Lake. - Leave Frisco i Oasis. ; - - - ... Juab..... u . 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