The City Council on the Liquor Question.
The Dramatic Club — Death of Michael Clarke – Continnous Dry Weather Arouses the Fears of the Farmers.
- At a recent session of the Kaysville city council, it was decided to ask the saloon keepers to close their places of business at 11 p.m. The street supervisor’s report was allowed. The auditor’s and poundkeeper’s reports were found correct and allowed.
- The question as to how much land the city owns in the southeast part of the townsite was brought up and discussed, and on motion of Councilman Lindford was referred to the committee on public lands with instructions to find the deeds, locate the lands and have the monuments placed, and also to ascertain the amount for which the land could be rented.
IN THE DRAMATIC LINE.
- Several of our dramatically inclined young people met last Thursday evening for the purpose of organizing themselves into a club and selecting a suitable play to be presented soon. It was agreed that they should sail under the name of the Kaysville Dramatic club, and the following are officers and numbers: James H. Linford, jr., business manager; Thomas H. Phillips, stage manager; H. H. Blood, secretary; O. A. Taylor, property man and treasurer; C. Burton, jr., Miss Lissa Ball, T. H. Phillips and Miss Minnie Williams, committee on cast; and W. W. Sheffield, F. B. Williams, Miss Harriet Jarman, Miss May Blood, Miss Carrie Burton, Willard Burton and R. W. Barnes, members.
DEATH OF MICHAEL CLARKE
- Michael Clarke who has been very low with Bright’s disease for some weeks past, died on Wednesday afternoon at 4:50. The funeral services were held at the family residence yesterday at 2 p. m. Deceased requested before his death that he be taken to Salt Lake for burial, and according to this wish the remains were taken to Salt Lake where the interment is to take place today.
- Mr. Ben Heywood, of Salt Lake, was rustling among our cattlemen on Wednesday.
- Mr. William W. Calder representing the clothing department of Z. C. M. I. was in Kaysville yesterday afternoon.
- This continuous dry weather is causing our farmers considerable anxiety, as the outlook for crops next year is not very encouraging.
- Mr. Levi Taylor, jr., and wife Mrs. Dora Wessels, Miss Ella Lewis, Mr. C. Burton, jr., Miss Leah Burton and Mr. O. A. Taylor went to Salt Lake on Wednesday evening, to be present at a card party given by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson.
KAYSVILLE, Jan. 24. M.