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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH '' '.hi , JJ B TflE DELUQE Zfr DAVID GRAHAM PIUPS, o"7S'CQSrc ' CHAPTER XXIX. Continued. Tin- Hi st news t got wiis that Hill 'Van Nest h:nt 'disappeared. Ah soon Sh tho Stick Kxchnugc opened, Nn- tlomil Coal became the renturo. lint. liKti'iii of "wash miles," Hochuck, Cangdon uml Melville wore theln- M'lvi'H, llnnugh various brokers, buy- ng the stocks In large quantities to teep the prices iii. My next letter . -y mm ns brief as my Hist philippic: -w "Hill Van Nest Is at the Hotel ?rnnkfort, Nownik, under the name or riiomns Uiwry. Me was In telephonic :ominunlcntlon with Piesldent Mel- lllc, of the National Industrial bank, :wlce yesterday "The underwriter of the National Coal company's now Issues, frlRht iiied by yesterday's exposme, have compelled Mr. Iloebiick, Mr. Mow bray Langdon and Mr. Mclvlllo them selves to buy. So, yesterday, those three gentlemen bought with real money, with their own monoy, large liinntltles of stocks which are...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

If ' 'f f ,L . .r I. ' B j m ,. - i moral Simtiiartoi tff Antnirau B By HON. CHARLES E. HUGHES. H Governor of New York. H bulicvu Hint tlit moral slnmiunls f Hie Aiiicri- H - ' (iin i,cp,c wrt! ",,u'r m,m' smm(' "ia" ""'' ""' ,0 H ItftJ' M duJ' Considering tlie tremendous incivii-c in tin- op- H 'if MoVib?) porttinitifH for wrongdoing, Hit- sedtietiu' ami relined H V '""nrf temptation and the nmleriulislic nppfiiU tlmt uiv inri- H Y . X dent to our present mode of life ivml (lie iniiterinl com- H x'4UJ forts wl,iul1 i,lv,'nlion uni1 t0I,llllt;m M"v'' ,,ulJu J'03" H VSU' 8m,,, l ,,clu'vc t,ul ,MU ".,nnilL'r '" wniel' ,,lt' cll,iri11 B 2' development of Hie people linn kept puce with their H l(A jirogn in other directions nmy fnirlv he called ex- H traorditmry. H k We hnvo diwlo.sn iv of shocking inlhlelity to H trust and to puhlie obligation, hut more important H than the evil disclosed wn the attitude of the people toward it. Oovo- H tion to duty and Htrict discharge of honorahle ob...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

i 'i'BvBBJ " BBBBJ BYBVJ BBBBBBBI BflHH mmw A BBBB1 CUPID AUTO IS FRANCE'S LATEST lHIQH-POWElVMACHINETO SPEED vi ELOPERS FROM THEIR ANGRY PARENTS. WOMAN RUNS UNIQUE BUREAU 80 Many Runawiy Matches In Paris That Special Car Have Been Fitted to Hasten Lovers to ConJugaJ'Mapplness. Paris. There Iiah been u regular epidemic 'At mysterious elopements In -Paris during the punt six months. Every guard whTch stein parents liavo put about their Inftituatod daughters has been broken down, nnd plft! In ,u twinkling loving couples have been i whlaked away to conjugal happiness ( , carried off apparently on tho wings of Cupid. Indeed. Ciipld has played a most practical nnd effective part In these runaway marriages, but It Is a Cupid of rubber tires, shining wheels and powerful motor power; It's a Cupid with tho speed of Mercury In short, It Is tho latest nmko of racing automo bile For a long while all that could bo wrested from runaway couplos was the statement that they had been married In tho "...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

H I1 I H i I BUTTERWICK'S BEAR H By Max Adder H Butteiwlck was out lit Colorado 3 ant spring Tor a nioiitli or two, and 1 just before ho started for thu Jour H noy home, lie wrote to hi wife con- H coming tlic probable tlmu or hla ar- fl rival. Ah a iHistscrlpt to the letter H he ndded the following messagu to H hla Hon, u buy about eight yearn old: H, "Tell Charley I nin going to bring H -with me a dear little baby bear that Bi I bought front an Indian." On the night which had been fixed B by llutterwlck for IiIb arrival, ho . tie did not come, and the family were 1 ver much dlsnppolnted. Charley, B particularly, was cut up because ho LLH couldn't got the bear. 1 On the next evening, while Mrs. B llutterwlck and the children were sit- ting In the front room, with the door B open Into thu hall, they beard Home- body running through thu front yard, H Tbn the front door was suddenly 1 lmr.it open, and a man dashed Into H tlio hall and upRtalra nt frightful H Mrs. llutterwlck was JiiHt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

K1DNEYTROUBLE H Suffered Two Years Relieved In Three H Months, MR. a H. FIZEK. Mt. Sterling, Ky., writes : H " ive Buttered with kidney and ofVr trouble tor ten year putt. m "I, nut March I commenced lining I'crnna ami continued for three months. r I how nut used it since, nor have I felt m n pain. H ''I believe that I am ucll and I there fore (,'lve my hlghcRt commendation to the curative (luulltles of reruua." H Pt-ru-n For Kidney Trouble H Mrs. (5 co. II. blmscr, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "I had not been well for about four yearn. I hnd kidney trouble, and. In tact, felt badly nearly all the time. H "This summer 1 pot so very hnd i thought I would try reruua, so'l undo toyouund hefrunutoncctotahc l'crutiu and Maniilln. "I took onlv two bottles of l'eruna H nnd one of Mtmalln, and now 1 feel better than I hau for some time. I "I feel that l'eruna and .Manalln cured H mound made ti dllTuiuut woman of me H nltoL'ether. I bless the day I pithed up H the little book and read of j ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

PpH ' -THE CITIZEN H , American Fork, Utah H Published every Saturday. H , w. n. loveless, rnop. H "Entered May, 27th. 1003 at Amerl- H can Fork, Utah m second-class matter, H under Act of Congress of March Srd. H ' 1870. PPPH Jm.M.t, , I w I II I H Subscription In advance, 1 year.. 11.50 H Six months 76 H Three mouths M H Local News Items. H ' Dob Kcllcy is down from Bingham M for a few dnys. E Tnrval Lnurson came home the first H of the week from Gnrflcld where he PH . lias been employed for several months H by the Utah Copper Co. B Hy. Adamson came down from Salt H ' Lnkc tho first of tho week to begin H ' work in the Sugar factory. PH A marriage license was issued at Salt H I Lake this week to Vcm D. Thome and H Stella G. Lundbcrg, both of Pleasant Mi Grove. H C. D. Hanks, superintendent of tho H Mountains. Dell spent part of of the PH week in town. H The Utah County Teachers institute H will be held to-day at tho Geneva re- H) sort on Utah Lake. A boat rido in Hf . the titcam l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

, . -A- J ; I v -- '" . 5--'' ''&&ft,, .. ..Y.- -:k .'-. V1 $&$$ ' Home of Salt Uke Business Men. - X XX JJJ XI -JL X JLAjL-4 L Tt'tf ' Boosting'.;, ' ' ''' J 'If ! if, ' PIH Voi. 6. No. 10. , Amm.icak,Fok. Utah, sM'JAy. Jggg7, -lOOS ' - , :MpJPxKfeylM In the big h I H JUNE-JULY )l I N -SALE- H ki IS NOW ON Goods are go- j B 11 ing at reductions never be- II m H fore attempted here. M m II The Slaughtering in Prices iiv All Departments II II wl" Cont,nue to and enclud,nS July 3rd. WM H AMERICAN FORK CO-OP. INST. U II "The Peoples' Store" " ,MM T ' B BIG CELEBRATION - FOR AMERICAN FORK H Good Parade, Excellent Program M Horse Races, Foot Races - H Base Ball and Other Sports. HUH T K?S$" That the Fourth July celebration in HJPjtV American Fork this year will be one of Kj&$!- . the best ever attempted ia now assured. Hw , V:J The cbrhmlttees mot-Thursday evening H? -' t ,Y to make rcPrt8 a8 to tno l,rKre8S they B; v v , were meetinjr with. The reports were B V fr "? rao...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

THE CITIZEN M 'w. D. L0VELE38, Publliher, -. AMERICAN FORK UTAH 1 s . i sm . UTAH STATE NEAVS H ' It has been decided to hold the nn- H, nual Welsh day outing at Saltalr M July H. The state pcnltcntlury now holds 2C2 H x convicts, the largest number la tho H history of tho state. H , A crusndo for cleanliness has been H, tnrtod by tho health department ana H tho tiro department of Ogdcn. H Tho federal grand Jury resumed Its H session Inst week and began further H investigation of tho Utah National H bank robbery. H Improvements at Fort Douglas, H made poBslblo by tho recent appro- H prlation of nearly $170,000 by congress, H will opn beglh. M Tho records of tho Third district H court show thnt from January 1, 1908, H- to Juno 15, 1908, thero havo been 4'JG H divorce cases filed. H Taxpayers of Salt Lake will on July H 29 next decide whether tho bonded H Indebtedness of tho city shall bo In- H creased by $000,000. H Miss May Sutton, tho champion lady H tenuis player of the world, Is ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

I ifigST0RY4gy The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McORATH I Author of 9 "The Mar or the Boa." I "Ilearta and Maaka," Elo. I BaWaaWioatGEn-aaR-XS3e''fe' (Cvpyrlnbt. Ivw, Hubba--rtrllll'u.) SYNOPSIS. The American rntiHiil tn Tlnrsrlirtt, n inlnclimllty of Kut'opc. ti'JIn how tin-rt-lun'riK' Kiaml lu). I, ml tried to llml n husband for his ri'liclllouH nlctt tin I'rliui'EH lllldi-Kiirili' llrmlly ilft-rc-i'lna tlllll Hilt IIlUHt Well t llO rillllO (it I)JIII 1 Mini, an ugly uhl ulclnm-r, mill ruler of tlui print limtlty r Dtippi'lklmi. ThuiiKh ln linil lire n lii tin- nmiilry hK inoiitliH the AllllTlrllll ioiiriiI hull IlllVer Kl'l'll till' pilnet'KH, ami wlii'ii ut last lino met H hum uy iniicli nt u HiirprlHu to both. CHAPTER I. Continued. The ono picture of her which I was lucky enough lo boo had been taken when she was six, and meant nothing -- "-- to mo In thu way of Identification. For alt I knew 1 might huvo passed licr on tho road. Sho became to mo the Princess In tho Invlslhlo Cloa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

H AMERICAN FORkI UNDERTAKING CP.I Anderson Bros., Props. fi. Stephen L, d Warren jr. I H I Caakets All Stylet, made to iB I order and Imported. Bur- PH I ial Suits, Dresses and Shoes. M" Embalmers. and Funeral B Directors. H, Work Promptly and Proper- PPJ ly cared for. M I Ball Phone 43-Blaek. I wt tfcltitf 1 lffitewlf H, wtkMttouitMriiririk.inMii.tiiM. H 1 CfMCUfNATt. O. J I VV Mm, ltrtllltrrUi. yy I jBENJ. BATES, AGENTj B . Cone and lt me explain tho H $tetvnrt citct 1 the ftiet. nnd its many attrac ts tlve eoptblnatlons. It will make PH a bMutltul Improvement to your pH 4n6tery lot. PH ORoi indlhop, BtllPhon 103-Rid i Ben. Bates, the Blacksmith 1, Main St., Amorlcan Fork. J ; tarriM t , . , , i ; :.iI3 I ' v I THE CITY BAKERY I I HAS NEW PKORRJETOR I ' ANNOUNCEMENT H ' r J have purchased the. City :4' 1 Biory business from Jno. H'f J T. Gudgeon and wish' to n a announce to the people pf H . " American Fork, that, it is H' I my mtonOon to wm patron- H . age purely on the Quality H...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

MWIMHBHMaaMMMiHlnHMHMaMHBHaHaaHaHaaBHHHM Jssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb51 II HUNTING A FLAT By ZOE ANDERSOttNORRIS .1 (Copyright! Tho two Btnrtcd out In the rnlii together Elizabeth and her friend, ' who was a widow. Their umbrellnB dripped. "Slrall wo tnko n enr here?" asked tho widow, ns they took a car. "I nm sure I shall bo hiipBir 'aid Elizabeth, "now that I hno . I up my mind. Yon and I can live In a llttlo flat together, and bo cozy, can't wo? It's a good deal bettor than bo Ing married. Wo havo been friends for a long time. We'll be very con genial. Unless you are happily mar ried," she assured herself,, "you'd a great deal better not bo married at all. Hut I wish It hadn't rained to day," she finished, and sighed. "Forget the rain," advised tho widow. "We dhnll bo guy, of course, lu our llttlo Hat. You nre wise. Why live unhappily when you nre Independ ent, when you havo some money of your own? This Is a freo country, lie free." "I think," reflected Elizabeth, "that...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

BBBBI BBBBBBT I TAFT AND SHERMAN CHOSEN 0H10AN NAMED BY REPUBLICANS M Fairbanks, Hughes, Cannon, Knox and Foraker Given Only Com- jjlimentary Vote for Presi- M dential Nomination. H 4. 4. 4- 4- 4- - - 4 H 4- THE VOTE. 4 B 4-Taft 702 4 H Knox 68 4 Hughes 63 4 m 4- Cannon CI 4 H 4- La Follett 25 4 H 4- Fairbanks 40 4 4- Foraker 16 4 M 4 Rooievelt 3 4 4 Absent 1 H -4- Total 030,4 H 4.4.44.4 4 4 H H ' Chicago. On the first ballot, taken H on tho third day of tho national con- B rentlon, William II. Taft of Ohio was H named by tho delegates assembled as H' ' their choice for piesldent of tho Unit H ed States, to succeed Thcodoru Hoose- H It was 12:4G p. 111. when Senator H 1 Lodge,' chnlrninti of tiro convention. Hv ) unnounccd that nomination) for can- H 1 dldntes for tho presidency were In M Representative Houtell of Illinois fl ' nominated Speaker Joseph O. Cannon. H Representative Forbes of Michigan M ? mado tho BCCondtiiR speech for H J Spenker Cannon, taking tho platform fa immedia...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

I f , . II YOU'RE TOO THIN. 1 Even Slight Catarrhal Derangements I ef tht Stoma, k J'roduce Acid Ftr- I tiuntation of the Food. Jfs Stomach Catarrh Homopcoplo are thin and always re main thin, from temperamental Tea on. rfbably In such cao nollilng can ho ilono to chango thl pernonal peculiarity. Hut there aro a largo number of poo pln who get. thin, or reinnlu thlu, who naturally would bo plump and fleshy but for noino dlt'rttlvo durnnKcmcut. Thin ptoplo lack In ntllpoao tUsno. AdlpoBe tlssuo is chiuily composud of J fat. fa Fat in derived from tho oily cormtll- f wonts of food. i' Tho fat-making foods aro called by 3 tho phylologUt, hydrocarbons. Thin J clans of foods aro not digested in tho 1 stomach at all. They nro dlgosted in 1 the duodenum, tho division of tho oll- Wj mentary rntml Just below tho stomach. Tho dlgextlon of fat la mainly, if not J wholly, tho work of tho pancreatic I' Juice. This Julco is of alkallno roac- Hon, ""1 is rendurod inert by tho aUdl- I Uon of acid. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 27 June 1908

R nm it i i i Tii i r ..'' .. . " H THE CITIZEN H ' American Fork, Utah. H . - . H Published Every Saturday H W. D. Loveless, Prop. H "Entired May !7th 1503, lit Amcrl- H- can Fork, Utah, ns second-class mutter, H u ider Act of Congress of Murch flrd, . m i ' H Subscription I'nynblo in Advimci : B Oieycar $1.5(1 H , Six months 7i ' Throe months 60 H Of Local Interest. H Jos R'r h o: e o our oli'cst citizens iri H , ugu n confined to his lied. B ' Wtr. Cwci.s of Full I.i 1 c was in Hie W II (irnnt is homo from Ills much en 3 the Etcnvating Iuh c mnenced for Join) H II. Davis' now homo. B Foster Ilndhiim of I'nyaon spent S.tt- urJny in American Foik, 1 ' Ladies Hose worth 20c now j;o at l-. H - Colts T! re .d 6c at the big Co-op Bide. H A baby K'rl w:ih born to Mr. mid Mm H Y W.n. Durrnnt last Suturdny morning. H Mrs. Hannah Dunk Icy will go t Salt H - Lake to day for n two wt oVs i .it w i'.h H her son r'url. H,( Mrs. Jos. L. Dunkloy returned home H Monday evening fion u two weeds , ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

if- ' Ijr I II H I 1 IBBB I 'fl I I m ??s7 f?r ,m?""n Ftk sy t,,e nn tx T7 ii TTiin t yw j tvt Tci1 Tru ji && Fwk i B . "N y H '- ' " ' I ' Am I Vol. 6. No. 93. American Fokk, Utah, Saturday, September 2(, 1908. Subscription $1.50 I Primary Endorses John II. Woot- ion and John Christcnscn. I 'A . T Considerable interest was shown at tho local Republican primary owing to m there being two nspiranU In the ficl 1 for office and it was thought brst to j leave the choice of the delegation to the primary. I i Joitn H. Wootton and Jos. J. Jackson each wanted to be State Uepreicntn tlye,uwhlle John ChristenBon and A. K. Thornton were out for the lob of coun ty treasurer. A secret bailor, was tnk n In each case and Wootton and Chrls tensen won out, the voting being very close. I 'Both are strong men and if success ful in winning the nomination at tho1 eounty convention will make a good run on the Republican ticket. The delegates were Instructed to go to Provo on Sent. 28th. to tho co...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

I "the citizen H W. D. LOVELE83, Publlther, B AMERICAN FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H Tbn latest directory census gives H Ogdon city and Its suburbs a popula- M tlon of 33,210. H Sprlngvlllo fruit growers liava H chipped over twelve cars of Alberta H peaches so far this season. H The Salt Lnko & Ogde"lt' railway will H etait work upon tlio temporuy passon- H Rcr and freight depot In Ogden within H n few days. H William Morcton, aged 19, whllo H placing a rnrtrldgo In a rovolvcr, nccl- H dentally discharged tlio weapon and H eliot lilmsolt ,ln tlio knee. H Tlio total enrollment In tlio I'nrk H City schbols for tlio opening day win H DCl pupils. Theiu nro 10S pupils reg H isteied In the high school. 1 All of, tho contracts for furnlohlng H the material' for tho Hlchmnnd water- H works system liavo beou let, and eon- H ' etrructlou work will begin In thu near H H Ooorgo J. Ross, whllo driving In a H buggy along tho streets of Salt Lake L wan run down by an automobile and H fatally Inj...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

DECORATED BY JAPAN CupjrljtM lj wllon rrwit. Dr. Anita N. McGee, the American nurse who has just been decorated by Japan for her work In the Russo-Japanese war, Is probably the most promin ent woman physician In the United States. During the war with Spain. Dr. McGee had charge of the army nurse corps which she organized; In 1904, by agreement with the Mikado's government, she took a party of nurses to Japan where they served gratuitously for six months. It was for this work that she ' has been decorated. END OF SHIPWRECKS 1 1 SCIENTIST'S NEW METHOD TO PREVENT SEA DISASTERS. J Sj Dally Forecasts on Steamers by Wire- St less Data Plan of German Guest of Secretary of I Agriculture. .1 Now York. Shipwrecks at sea nro 3 ' unnecessary, according to Dr. Peter I Polls, n German meteorologist, who ur- M lived hero tho otlier iluy hh ft ropre- j xcntntlvo of tlio German government to consult with tho Amuticnn depart- iiient of agrlcultuic. K, The Ounnnn visitor, who was nc- u.. J conlpnnlcd ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

(AMERICAN FORKl UNDERTAKING GO I Anderson Bros., Props. I Stephen! and Wrrenr. g H Oak eta All Stylet, m'ada to' H ' order and Imported. Bur- H I lal Sulti, Dresses and Shoes. M Embalmcrs and Funeral B Directors. H Work Promptly and Proper- B ly cared for. M Ball Phonn 43-BUek. BbVM IfabptttiHavfioA. Will Ut llftlm.. fl II CINCINNATI. O. J I BVJbI OrfT Up 'mUm f Irta fw l.i It n tit 1 VL u trim (lit ,tU yy jBENJ. BATES, AGENTj H Com and let me explain tho m Qitwavt cuce H th price, ond iU many attrnc- B Uva combinations. It will make H beautiful lmproyement to your M eeotiUry lot H Qflee turf Shop, BtlPhit 108-Rtd H Ben). Bates, The Blacksmith a Main St., American Fork. J I THE CITY BAKERY M HAS NEW PKORR1ETOR ANNOUNCEMENT H r I have purchased the City H J Bakery business from Jno. H J T. Gudgeon and wish to H announce to the people of H " American Fork, that, it is B L my intention to win patron- H age purely on the Quality H of my products, J Bread H"" " TT mnde without impure ad-...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

' ... I TALK OF NEW YORkI 1 J $ ; Gossip of People und Events Told $ & in Interesting Munncr. $ I fcl Fair Estate Reported Settled Again NKW YORK. Mrs. Wllllo K. Vandor bill, Jr., ntul Mrs. Herman Oolrlclis oiUBt Ixj breathing easier than they navo for boiiio yenrB If It Is true, aa reported, Unit their lawyers havo at 'aHt bottled with tho last of tho heirs Jf tin- lato Mr Charles Fair. The lnt tor was tho brother of tin ladles men tioned nnd with them equal heirs of Iho estate or tho late bonanza king nnd United States Senator J. O. Fnlr. It will ho renioinbored that tho lato Chnrllo Fair and his wlfo were victims of an automobile accident In Frunco and that nftor their deaths a dlsputo arose as to which died first. If, as Mrs. Charles Fair's relatives con tended, tho wlfo survived her hus band, oven by a mlnuto's time, they wore rightful heirs of tho wife's share In tho husband's estate. If tho hus band lived longer, or the sanui tlmo nfter the accident, Chnrles Fair's for tu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

h rw $fjgJ2F''f "" ""Sty p!HiALl STORY I The I I Princess j I I Elopes J H I By HAROLD McGRATH i m I Author of fl H I "Tlio Man on tlio Uox," M H I "Hearts and Manlo," Etc. flj H ICipfrUht IWB, llobba-VtrrrlllUi) I H SYNOPSIS H Arthur WiiriltiKtnn Vtiirrlitin -nnmil' H to llnrntlu It, tolls Ikih nlmiluK (hand H Uuki- utlitnplH tn forio IiIm nilii ir n H i cm Mild) Kiinli tn mum I'llim Dnnpli M klnn. mi iilil lilrmir While rlillnit i M horsrlmrk In Hie (niintrv nl(,ht niitiil(.i H him nml ho m-i k in (iiiiiiiiihIiiIIomk In u ! K rllliipliliiti-il iiiBtlt' Hire In- llmlx 1'iln i H ii-Kt llllilKurito nml ii frli ml linn lit 1 1 H Mnnrc of KiikIhihI Tin ill liiln him In H nltnriK n niwk mnrrliiKo In tut mi I li H lirliiciKX nml u (IlxKruiril imii nlll n 1 Htrlnlnuk, dono for tlio nirim nf fnl mm H tin' Krnnd iluke Htclnlxxk nlli inptM In 1 klM I ho print k nml hIi N dhiuhI 1 H WiirriiiL'tmi Htrlultoi k illxnpi" iii-m fur H Kooil Max Hclmrfi'iinti In nn oll AiiimI- H can frli ml of Wurrl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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