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Rf x0 The Salt Lake) Tribtosb. Tuesday monixg-, j aotary 5, iim-i- -ll'"
Ili upToIew council
j.
i:, Ciawson-Kolsey Feud Will
r Not Down.
STATEMENT OF DIFFICULTY
Addrass Adopted by Board of
Public Works and Printed,
designation, Signed by All Members
of tbe Board, Is Tendered to
Mayor Morris.
I One or the .first problems that the
members of the 'new -City Council w 1
have to Grapple with will be the old
I'lawson-Kclficy feud. The matter has
i ot been settled to the satisfaction of
cither of these Rcntlcmen yet, tinu
it is not likely that It will be until
something definite io done. The Board of
I Public Works at Its mooting laat Tnurs-
1 ,lay passed a communication written
bv Chairman Clawson reviewing the
whole matter in regard to the throw ng
out of the Kennedy bills and asking
that the City Council approve the ac
tion of the Board in awarding the
Spffcr and water main contracts to that
llrm. The communication was la rough
form when passed and ha? since been
changed slightly and printed. Conies
of the same have been sent to all of the
members of the present Council, and it
Is expected that the matter will be
taken up and disposed of as soon as
rosslble. On the passage of the letter
nil of the members ofthe Board with
tho exception of Mr. Kclscy voted es.
The members all signed their names
to a resignation ns members of the
Board of Public Works yesterday and
tendered the same to Mayor Morris.
Th latter, however, hay not iet ac
T2 0oAhf"oLnlcat,o passcrt
oy the Board and as sent to the coun
cllmen follows:
Office of the Board of Public Works. Salt
j , THoiu "Prcsldciit ' a"nc?' Members of the
I Gehtl?mcn?iThC Board of Public Works
desire" once move to "'Uand' sewer
to tho -proposals for wate and sewer
work to be performed during 1901. Tho
I subject has been so exhaustlcly discussed
1 already that .any detailed reference to It
would be wholly superfluous, but it la om
wish to urge upon the City Council for
- what we deem Us credit as well as for the
1 protection of our own characters, a rat -
icatlon of tho action of the Board of Pub
lic Works on which the bid of James Ken
nedy Sz Co. was recommended for ap
v.roal. bv your honorable, body.
AVe arc moved to this by two considera
tions. Everything connected with the ad
, vcrtiolng and opening of the .1,ldsn1,Jll181T
tlciii wan accurately attended to and In full
' conformity with the law. The honor of
the city is involved In awarding a con
fact to the lowest responsible bidder
whore no collusion or fraud has been
shown, and where all evidences of good
faith arc apparent. That these conditions
I exist in the present case is shown by the
I action of the Council Itself In expunging
from the records all reference to a subject
which In tho heat of debate brought out
utterances reflecting more or less romote
Iv on employees of the city as well as upon
others. . , , , . 1
It must be clear to your honorable body
1 thin with ample time and opportunity for
i investigation, the lowest responsible bld-
dc-r should be awarded the contract, es
pecially when there Is, as shown by tho
Council's own action, no appearanco of
fraud or collusion. .
f Tho nronosals of James Kcnneuy & Co.
I for the work' In question were:
Water mains MjS.OO
Sewer pipes . 20,301.00
I I Total Sil.7S7.to
J The next lowest bid was:
I Water mains ( 525,073.00
Sewer pipes 21,315.00
j 1 Total Sft.2SS.00
Ji Showing a clear saving to tho city of
I viSOl and SS9S less than the successful bid
dor of 1903.
U Is tho duty of the city to bo no con-
I sidfrate with bidders as it AVould have
"Didders be with the city,
r We submit as a second ronson for ad-
fi herlng to the action already taken by
1 1 II this board In recommending the accept-
I I anco of the bid of Kennedy & Co.. that
1)1 ihc hope of securing a still lower bid la
HI illogical and unjust, and may ultimately
If result in the city's paying the highest
HI market price for this contract work. It Is
l illogical because every statement made In
HI the discussion of tho subject shows that
HI j)j Ices have advanced in the past twelve
j l.ionlim on the materials to be hud, and
jl that the bid of James Kennedy & Co. must
Id p lower than v;o can hope to got again,
HI 1 cause the City Engineer assorted his be-
( lltf that they would lose money on It. it
ji Is unjust both to the bidders and the city,
J j l'cmyso the former have already been to
i-n pause in making existing bids, and t'o
N tin city bfcauso it wouhl open to new bld-
nors proposals In which the board has no
n-nson to believe It can mako as good con-
tractr.
Ill If there Is anything In tho theory that
i k w w:IU set lower bids by advertising for
j row ones', then tho logic i3 that all we
Hi '-red do Is -to keep advertising for np
31 bids, lotting now ones como In perlodl-
3 1 cully for the samo work (thus securing
y competition by betraying each bidders
9 llgurea to all the othcrs.1
fll Jf this city Is to obtain bids from rcpu-
fl J table contractors It must put against tho
3( contractor as honest conduct an It exacts
IS from him Any other policy will drive bid-
ll I ders away and leave the city at tho jhercv
9 of unscrupulous conlvjictor. stid subjec't
1 to exactions that must Inevitably follow
lil tho ref'J3al of contractors of standing to
fro to the expert of bidding on the work
9 of Salt Iake City because by Its action
13 It shows an unfair, spirit.
13 If In accepting the nhls of James Kennedy
& Co. the lty makes an unquestionable
11 navlng of 52501, more than ia offered undor
Si any other contracts, and as It is also clear
II lisat we cannot hope for nnv savin" on
If present bids; !n fact. a it in apparent a
D II jfopenlng of tbo contracts to bidding, MUb-
I I J1.0,1,5. lho c,,v Vu' daKr of combination
13 11 bidding, and all for no reason that nhould
j lr- receive attention. The- Board of Pub
II l lie Works, as a protection to Its own good
11 1 faith and to preserve tho city's repufi-
1 Jion for fair dealing with many contrnc-
II tors, renews its suggestion that the Ciiy
III Council award tho contracts for tho con-
li etructlon of water mains and pipe sewers
1)1 I for 1501 to James Kennedy & Co., and so
II nave to the city money and end a uscla
11 1 discussion.
II SPENCER CLAWSON,
1,1 U Chairman.
I H. G. M MILL AN,
l J. D. MUUDOCK.
I N. A. KMl'EY,
I j Board of Piibllc Works.
Uric acid. Phosphates and Oxalate of
B Llmo deposits aro cured by Oregon Kidney
, Swear Off
vj- T.'slng cheap clgai-s, but use the best
H Blue Point Perfectos sold by all deal-
j HARRIMAN OR STUBBS?
Both Spoken of to Succeed Horace G.
Burt aB President of the
Union Pacific.
New Yorlc, Jan. The resignation
of Horace G. Burt as president of the
Union Pacific railway probably will be
presented to n meeting of the directors
this week. In well-informed circles the
belief prevails that it will be accepted
and that substantial recognition of Mr.'
Burt's services will be made.
Reports that E. H. Harriman will
succeed him are encouraged in high
quarters, though the name of J. C.
Stubbs is frequently heard in this connection.
CALIFORNIA ROADS TO CONNECT
California Northwestern and Southern
Pacific to Shorten Fruit Lines.
San Francisco, Jan. I. The California
Northwestern railroad and Southern
Pacific aro planning to mnkc a connec
tion between their roads by 'running a
line from Napa Junction on the larger
road to Shellvillc, a. small station on
the Sonoma, branch of the California
Northwestern, :i few miles below
the town of Sonoma. A co-operative
scheme for making the survey and
tecuring the rights-of-way has already
been efTccted. and it is reported that
the grading and the laying of rails will
be started In a few weeks.
The distance of the connecting lino
between the two stations Is about
twelve mile's, and it will be a means
of shortening the present route for
carrying fruit and other products by the
Southern Pacific from the rich valley
territory lying between Callstoga and
points contiguous to that town and
Napa Junction.
Railroad Notes. J
H. H. Shepherd, agent for the Chi
cago & Alton at Denver,- was( a visitor
here yesterday.
General Passenger Agent D. E. Burley
of the Oregon Short Line has returned
from a short trip In Idaho.
J. E. Trewhela. traveling freight
agent for the Rock Island, has changed
his office back to Salt Lake from Den
ver. General Passenger and Freight Agent
E. W. Glllett of the San Pedro has been
111 several days and is still confined to
his home.
"Billy" RIdd of the Rio Grande goes
to the coal camps again today to con
tinue the work of getting the strikers
out of the country on the low rate.
C. A. Tripp, who has been promoted
from the Rio Grande freight office to
bo general traveling freight agent for
the Missouri Pacific, left yesterday af
ternoon for Omaha.
The Rock Island staff here, J. E,
Oglesby. J. G. Doollttle and E. Drake,
have been appointed to represent the
Frisco system also. Their positions are
the same with the Frisco people as with
the Rock Island.
W. V. S. Thorn, director of purchases
of the Harriman lines, has announced
that the equipment of all the lines of
the system will be standardized. This
pjan includes the Union Pacific, South
ern Pacific, Oregon Short Line, Ore
gon Railway and Navigation company,
Illinois Central and the Alton.
Assistant Chief Engineer McCartney
of the San Pedro has gone to Calientes
to. start the track-laying machine again.
Work on the difficult pieces of grading
has been satisfactorily completed and
the machine can go on now without
Interruption. Calientes is retiring Into
the background as a railroad center
and Moapa Is coming to the front.
AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS.
E. Lichtenstein Retires From the
Jewelry Business in Favor
of His' Sons.
E Lichtenstein, who for fourteen years
has been In the Jewelry business In this
city, has decided to retire from active
business life and has turned over to his
3ons, Marc and Nat Lichtenstein, the en
tire management of tho store at 214 South
Main street. The firm will hereafter bo
known as M. &. L. Lichtenstein. Under
the new proprietorship a manufacturing
department has been added to the store,
which Is in charge of Lclff. an exper
ienced manufacturing jeweler from Den
Ver. Max llarria will remain with the
store, being in charge of the advertising
and of the souvenlor and clock depart
ments, while A. II. Fischer will continue
ns optician and watch repairer, and L. N.
Smith as thp engraved. The new proprie
tors themselves will have charge of tho
diamonds and the general stock.
The retiring merchant Is w.ell and favor
ably known In the business circles of
which he has so long been a part, and tho
success with which 'in has met. It Is
agreed by bis frlerds. has bqen well
earned. The young men who now take
hla place arc enterprising nnd progressive
and will see that tho favorable reputation
of the establishment is maintained.
REFORM AT MURRAY.
Two Young1 People Found in the Same
Room and Arrested on Crim
inal Charge.
Murray, Jan. -1. As the result of a
wave of moral reform which has struck
Murray Robert Leonard ' and Ruby
House were arrested in a room together
at the Bonaventure rooming-house early
this morning. They will be given a
hearing at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing on the uyual charge before Justice
Holm.
The young man lives in Murray and
the girl is from Salt Lake, where she
has been employed in a hotel. Each Is
about 20 years old. They entered pleas
of not guilty and were taken to the
county jail by Sheriff Emery.
DIED IN MEXICO. .
Mrs. A. W. Geist, "Wife of Former
Utah Smelter Manager, a Vic
tim of Apoplex3r. .
A Jalisco (Mexico) Times of a ret&nL
date contains the announcement of the
death of Mrs. Geist. wife of A. W- Gejst,
.who were some fifteen year?, ago promi
nent rceldcnts of this city. The chmpc of
death was apoplexy, and it occurred nt
the Gel3t home in Guadalajara, For a
numhor of years Mr. Geist was manager
of tho Flagstaff smelter at Sandy nnd
was well known to tho business men of
Salt Lake. In addition to her husbojid,
Mrs. Geist left three daughters and a son
j to mourn her loss.
0
89ARB OF HEALTH REPORT.
The report of the Board of Health for
the week ending January 2nd shows n
gradual decline in the number of ca.cs
of contagious disease In tho city as com
pared with the preceding week. Two cases
of scarlet fever were released during the
week and, none having been reported,
left one case In quarantine. Ten cases
of diphtheria remained in quarantine from
the preceding week, 7 cases recovered, 1
new ones wore reported and 1 case died,
leaving 0 cases In tho city. Three cases
of smallpox were discovered during the
week, all three having cone here after
exposure at other places. Two cases of
typhoid fever and 1 cases of chicken-pox
wc.ro also reported.
The births reported durlncr the wek
were 1 lcB than the week before, 10 males
and 19 females having been reported,
making a total of 147 for the month of
December, of which number the males
wero 61 and the females S3, all being re
ported na whites.
The deaths reported during tho week,
being an Increase of IS over the preceding
week, were 12 males and 1C fcmalOH, mak
ing the t6tal deaths ror tho month OS,
all of which were white. Tho death rate
for the month shows an increase of 23
a3 compared with November, while the
birth rate Increased 32. According to sex,
the decedents were 31 males nnd 371 fc
, males. 2U of foreign birth, 2G natives of
Utah, and 10 born In other part3 of tho
United States
Deaths among children under 5 years
of age numbered 22, as compared with 0
for the month of November; while the
deaths among person over 2." years of
age Increased S ns compared with the
month before. Nine deaths resulted from
pneumonia, 5 Mere caused by violence, 5
wero duo to premature birth and congeni
tal debility, 7 were of nervou3 origin. 9
died of digestive diseases, and -1 from dls
eases of the genlio-urinarv system.
Fifty-soven cases of contagious and in
fectious dlseaso wero reported during the
month. ;o being diphtheria, with 2 deaths:
1 of scarlet fever; IS of typhoid fever,
with 2 deals; 3 cases of smallpox, 9 of
chicken-pox, 1 of ncaslcs, and 2 casen of
whooping-cough, both of which died.
Thirty-one houses wero fumigated by the
department fumlgator during the month.
S having been Infected with scarlet fever,
IS with diphtheria and 5 with smallpox
tho whole having a total of 150 rooms.
Sanitary Inspections of premises num
berlng 2100 were made during lho month.
31 complaints were received IGO0 pounds
of food were condemned, 35 samples of
milk were tested, of which number o
were found deficient according to the
standard required by ordinance.
For Every
Humor.
From Pimples to Scrofula
from Infancy to Age. A sin
gle set of Ctftictfra, consisting
of Soap, Ointment, and Pills,
price One Dollar, is often suffi
cient to cure the severest cases
of torturing, disfiguring hu
mors, when all else fails.
The Test
of Time
Convinces People
RESULTS, NOT IDLE BOASTS,
COUNT IN BUSINESS.
How a Local Business Man Has Sys
tematized Home Building.
In these columns your attention has
been repeatedly called to the great
number of houses J. Donnan Reavis Is
building in Salt Lake City and county,
and stress has been laid upon the fa
vorable terms under which Mr. Reavis
offers to furnish our readers with
homes. ,
His home-providing offer is not lim
ited to renters, who arc tired of paying
rent every thirty days, but also to such
of our readers who may desire to build
for Investment. Speaking disinterest
edly, we believe that It is conservative
and the part of wisdom to Invest your
idle funds In Improved city property,
yielding high rates of interest, rather
than to allow your funds to Temaln in
banks paying only S and 4 per cent per
annum. Mr. Reavis will contract with
you to invest your spare capital in new
nnd substantial residence or business
structures, yielding from 10 to 13 per
cent on the money Invested.
To the owners of vacant ground It
will be interesting to know that Mr.
Reavis offers n feasible and conserva
tive proposition, whereby modern build
ings can be erected on your land for
you, without the payment of a dollar
cash down. The money can be paid
back in easy monthly Installments and
the Income from the improvements is
usually sufficient to pay for themselves
in a few years.
Speaking of Mr. Reavis and his busi
ness accomplishments a local capitalist
recently remarked: "I believe that Mr.
Reavis conducts the one reliable con
cern that seems to have solved the
home-building problem along the right
line, whereby the home-buyer pays the
minimum of cost for his home, and Mr.
Reavis has accomplished this by his
system of centralizing all branchey of
the business Into one, procuring the lot
(when required), examining the title,
doing the architecture, building the
house, Insuring It and loaning the
ir.one"
PITY THE ML
mm NERVES
Sunken Eyes and Hollow Checks Tell
Story of Ravages of Dyspepsia.
Beauty depends upon health.
Wrinkles, crow'a-feet, deep-set eyes,
hollow creeks and hysteria follow close
ly In- the wake of a disordered stomach.
Of all nervo destroying maladies, dys
pepsia is the worst. It will tear your
system to pieces and make life misera
ble. You cannot cat' o"r sleep, you grow
thin, weak and nallow.
Indigestion and a hot bitter fluid ris
ing In the throat are the first smyptoms.
If you have these buy a package of
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets.
CAPT. GEO. W. COOK. A CIVIL WAR
VETERAN OF 102 MULLET ST.,
DETEOIT, MICH., SAYS:
"I have suffered from acuto dyspepsia
for the past eight years and could find no
relief from doctors or medicine until I
procured a box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets These 1 am pleaded to sny gavo me
Immediate relief. They do nil that is
claimed for them and arc easy and pleas
ant to take." '
This Is the only remedy wc know of
that will positively and permanently
cure dyspepsia. Jt embodies a new
medical principle heretofore unknown
in the treatment of this disease. Wc
have enough confidence in it to make
tills offer.
Give Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets a trial.
If they don't cure you we will return
your money.
Price 25 cents. For sale only at our
store or by mail.
Smith Drug Co.,
Druehl & Franken, Druggists
SALT LAKE, UTAH.
Thin babies become plump
babies when fed with Mellin's
Food. Mellin's Food nour
ishes. Whether you nuroe your baby or use Mel
lin's Food you will find our book. The
Care nnd Feeding of Infants," very useful.
Simply write for it. It will be cent free.
MELLIV'S FOOD CO.. BOSTON. MASS-
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Teniplo Sts.,
Salt Lako City. I
JOSEPH F. SMITH, President. ' I
WILLIAM E PRESTON. Vice-President
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
Commercial national bank
CAPITAL PAID IN, $200,000.
General banking In all Its branches.
Directors J. B. CoscrlfC, John J. Daly,
O. J Salisbury. Mojlan C- For. J. E.
Cosgrlff, W. P- Noble. George M. Downey,
John W. Donnollan. A. F. Holdcn.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
ealt Lake City. Utah.
Established 1S52.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Undivided Profits .
Transacts a gcnerul bnnklng business,
domestic &nd forelcn. '
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of the world.
ISSUES:
Draft?, On all
Letters of Credit. V prominent
Telcfirrnphlc Transfers. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. A21L Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1S4L 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
R G' 3UN & co''
The Mercantile Agency,
GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
Utah. Idaho and Wyoming.
Office in Progress bids Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, S20O.OOO.CO.
WALKER BROTHERS,
Bankers,,
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 1&9. Incorporated 1S03.
Transact a Gonornl Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR P.ENT.
QESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City., Utah.
Capital, S500,OO0. Surplus, S250.OO0
L S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
President. Vice-President.
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS,
1 Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF i
THE REPUBLIC i
V. 3. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY.... Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. J300.000.
Banking in all lia branches transacted.
ExchanRO drawn on the principal cities
of Europe.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
jj-cCORNICK & CO.,
Bankers ,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
ESTABLISHED IS'.t.
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Pcmovod to 162 South W. Tomple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
.will receive prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Snd for price lUt.
JW. CURRTE, ASSAYER,
7& wr. Srd South, Salt Lake Cltjr. j
V
Save ?c0 by
"i? s p e n dlngr It
rr?&. with McCona-
-m hay for a dla-
m0nt'
WEAK EYES
I Or eyes subject to any kind of
3 defect, deprive the possessor of
j much of the pleasuro of life.
Tho sufferer from this condition
may obtain relief by getting a
pair of perfect fitting glasses,
j tho kind Rushmer makes.
RUSBMER'5 OPTICAL PARLORS
73 W. 1st So. St.
'Phono 1763-K.
.... FREE ....
Dollvered to all parts of tha city.' Phon
r c-T.ll and leave your ordora for tba boea
BREAD AND CAKES.
Vienna Model Bakery
and Cafe.
Christmas Presents for the
..Children.. I
Tool Chests, Sleds, "Wagons, Pocket
Knives, and hundreds of useful pres
ents that will interest the Christmas
buyer.
King Hardwares Stove
..Company..
168 Main Street. 'Phone 748.
IB PORTLAND CEJMJBNT, j
LUMBER,
COAL- ;
Burton Coal & Lumber Co. j
Tard and office, 3EJ W, Fifth South. '
Up town office. Gfi W Second South. !
Telfphonp SOS.
I L' t.fi'J..'yv.v,T-,i-i,ij.-t;i-nir1 ,iKl nPIMW.WTWa
, Our manufacturing department la
3 the most complete In the city v
f POOR JEWELRY IS WORSE
THAN NONE. g
; Good Jewelry is a Joy t
I Forever.
.' We have good goods at rea- g
I sonnblo prices. 9
j Ve buy or exchange old gold. F
l 250 MAIN ST. J
1 PICTURE FRAYUNG
at Popular Prices.
American Wall Paper Co. j
6 E. XIII RD SOUTH.
Scott's Sanial-Pepsm Capsules
p-v & PCSQTBVE CURE
X' A of th. Bladder and Dlteued
&' V. TCldnoT. "o our no pay.
f?'-.5S 'SgN G Oniea ouloUr And Pena.-v-
K-;iS555'3 W aontly tb. rrortt ctec o
5$r, J iJonorrhoca axd lieC,
P no mittorof how loner tai
Ui, lnj. Abcolntelr boKnlesc
X I Sold by drnxjlata. Prioo
S? 81 00, or by znnll, poo'-'ald,
V 81.00, 3 box.a, $3,73.
-mmh?Wlw SAHTAL-pEP85H co"
' vtvVfiS? BHLi.5PONTfiJMa, OHIO.
F. J. HILL, DRUG- CO.. Salt .Lake City.
iLlquozone Free
K Anyslefcpersna wbob.nineTeroRdI,lquozono l
kJ tUould wnto tbo Liquid Otono Co.. HO Kllizla K
(o St., CUlcaco, Thoy will oend you co order in
j: your drutwUt lor o SO-coot botllo frco, II 7. a
ft Kill iicto tuo dltk-aso to bo troutod. ji
VVtttpJ Vn Bis Q for onantnra!
h ftViftijy i3 -Clicalcjt csa& on ijm
ErPiPiFg TOUKQ. MIDDLE
a W H m 1 S AGED AND ELDKR.
a V fi i 5 LY- If you ore coxcuzl.
A L 1 H R5 i H l" wak. no matte?
ti D V Eis d tl from what caueoj unde
a S R, K veloped; have stricture.
KracTOgTO'TKVi 3 varicocele, etc. Ml
PERF ECT APPLIANCE will cure you.
No drugs or electricity; 75.000 cured and
developed. 10 DATS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Sent coaled. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Etnrutt, 24$ Tabor
Block, Denver, Colo,
HOTEL ftftfUTSFORD.
Nov.- and decant In all Its appointments
iZt room, oloi;l or en bOlte. Gl rooms with
tmtb- O E I(UC4. Proprietor.
EE EE A VEX AND MUHRY Wfflj
rtV TrJo of Mm
j R& OSTEOPATHS BOg
Sfwi CfO Aucrbnch Building Kvj
Hfe) Office T '. V:--i. Kf Tl WA-r. ffigj
GARDNER DAILY STORE iiWS, W
IT f v,-q sell you your BjK
overcoat, you can depend ifffife
c?"t tii'Mw 0,1 gettlng " full dollai"s rll
Whi , overcoat value for every I
mmWK. flollaL' csPemlca, and J Mg
tmSk MS. rauch hmov vahle fov lhc 1 1 m
WWMM elsewhere. . i
! mfMkWMm And yo'n And so manv ?
I iwMk of Ulcm herc 10 select l
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1 'WSmmi gettiug pleased is ca9y-' l &
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mMmM time to get your money's j
ri' &S? 1 SMSpJ j' worth out of an overcoat I
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mj WM We bave a11 stylcs in ?
j fashionable fabrics, ?5.00 J
! to ."250.00. I I
L., P. GARDNERS
ORDERS BY IHAIL PROMPTLY PILLED. ti
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111 Sweet's Carnation ill I'
ll i Chocolates ill j;
bM Pure, Palatable, Peerless. 1 ;
j SALT LAKE- CANDY CO., W
I Manufacturers. ( i I
I D.J.SBARP COAL COMPANY!
!73 South Main Street, Telephones 719 aad m
Yard First South, Between Third and Fourth f
g West, Telephone 7Z9-3 Rings. 011
f K3T f METHODS
flwcK?SR?x3V$ A unhii3lnc33llko propositions to tho eT-
F ffi ' V' ' tfwO fHccd In ordtr to obtain their money. AM '
I V HONE9T DOLLAR, HONEST 8ER-
W, A. COOK. 1L T. VICES and HONEST KETURK3 la r-y :j , k
J Ohlcat Reliable BpcclalfajL motto. A
- BLOOD POISON of ovory charaoter. v ART CO CTH LE pit.-r trt i ;
t MANHOOD. STRICTTJRE3 and RJOFLEX CONDmON&. PILE3- IjOB "
I ourn theso dloordem to STAY CUItlflD forever, for less exnensn eom- '
pared vrlth rwults. and In a nhorter Um. than MBWttet In thS ilty - 1
I Eranilnatlons aro frco and advice cheerfully riven 1' vou cm not ciJi ;
! S "ry.UniCe'Addrcii0r bklrt Md QUesUa StoS!
J COOK MEDICAL CO., ii6 s. MarH st
RESTORED S"CUPJBEI!E" J
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not onwd doctnA li brcojn alntir MVSnfanhffjrS 'CS!1-' Trt,Jr snrsrar. I
Wrn remed, to o-jw xvithoai m obi, lwZhr.?l?L0u:tUla- CUEIlEVn U t& oolr I
; PEOPLE WHO DRINK
TEA I
Appreciate Its superior quality, and Its
rich, delicate flavor, f
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
Solt Importers. j
j "OLUTELV PURE
It Insures an enjoyable. Invigorating ;
bath; makes every poro respond, re- ;
moves dead skin.
ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY, j
starts the circulation, and leaves a
glow equal to a Turkish bath. :
ALL GP-OCEE.3 AND DRUGGISTS. ;
j DR. LANGE'S
New York Dental ParloRA
Rooms 2, S 4 Eagle Blk.. 71 W. 2nd So. J
Teeth Extracted Without PaJnf
( Modern Dontlotry. BMt wASjJ
btJcco. CROWNIKG AND BRIDGIw
tESTH A SPECIALTX W

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