Joseph T. McEwan (John Henry's bro.) candidate. Dec. 2, l984
half feet. PROVO PARAGRAPHS, Policeman Mc'Ewan, vice Buckley, re- .moved, began services yesterday. J J Gibbons was severely injured about'the head and left ankle In a runaway runaway Friday evening. He IB confined to his bed, • The M. I. Associations of Utah stake are holding a conference. p.reamen,. Woodruff Ind Joseph F. Smith will be down from Salt .Lake to-day. Logan Paul and M. J. -Levy will be tried before Justice Wedgwood to-.morrow to-.morrow for lighting. They had a spat In a ballroom Thanksgiving evening. Company C, Second regiment, John II. Den halter, Captain, will soon receive thetlr suits. The boys are drilling as- Birl-uously and 'bid fair to become a crack company. Andrew Johnson of Spanish Fork will appear before Commissioner Dudley tomorrow tomorrow morning, charged with^ adultery adultery with Margaret Craig. He nas a •wife and five children. Mnnasrer Ross of the Provo Lumber Company has been-agked to «*cure contracts from Provo factories to be furnished power by -the Provo Rivoi Power Company. The power plant ds a certainty. Adolph i.ockwltz's suit -for 'damages agahiat Dr. Clark of Eureka has been holding the attention of Judge bmlth for the las.t three days. The doctor Is Alleged to have s>ald that iLodkJwlta set fire^to his (plaintiff's) house at Eureka July 10, 1S93. Now that the election is over, Shorlfi. Brown and deputies have declared war on the county saloons. Deputy Wllklns hailed Josf-ph McCollough of rhls-tle before Justice Wedfewood yesterday for selling liquor without a, license. "Tne trap has been baited and other arrests will follow," stated -the deputy last evening. The Fourth ward has decided to run a partisan school election. John E. Booth la- the Bepu'bllcan candidate and E A Wllficm the Cltlxens' (Democratic) cnndddate. Harmony prevails In tho other wards. The First ward will elect C D. Glazier; tho Second, Thomas John: the Third, James Hardy, and the Fifth, Joseph T. McEwan.