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the Salt ajze Titrations: mo:otay Mob2stqs,&, Jajsuajtz 11, 1904-. - if"
1?B SOCIETY NOTICES.
SSBLoCIBTIES OR LODGES WANTING
. 'Wmnk a chunge should Inspect he new-'W-firfnlBhed
and renovated Knights or
Ww8mbu hall. Jennings block. For par-
I SKSrs sto Stebtenberger, 15 W. 2nd So.
) I' MASONS.
SlRGENTA T.OPGK NO 3. F. AND A.
k . At Mnsontc hnll first Tuendav ench
onth, Mcmbrr? of Kislor ledges and so-
Iurrlnp- iirthrcn Invltrd.
I FRANK P SHERWOOD. W.
MOSES C. riHLI.IPS. Secretary.
WASATCH T.OnGB NO 1 F AND A
fa?onlc ball, second F-Idny "ncn
onth. Member, of slater lodtrrs and no
timlng brethren In cfndlTir Jn
ted. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary
jfT VORTiH LODGE NO 2 F AND
xr Masonic hnll. Fcond Mondnv nch
onlh MtoW of Mstnr lodges ind re
luming brethren In rnnrt tundlni; ln
Md. JAMES TT TtROWN. W.. M.
CHRISTOPHER PIEHL, Sccrctnry.
ET KAf -vK TFMPI.li A. A. O N. M.
, Third Wednesday of ach month. Ma
mie hnll at S p. m. All nobles aojourn
C. F JENNTNGS. Potentate.
A. EROWV Recorder.
' WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
pESEllET?AtP" MEETS EVERT
.rlflny nlrht nt S o'clock In Knljrhts of
! vjVn? ho" "'!' MMn street,
s DHN RUSSELL. Consul Commander,
i. fr. K VFVVMU' dork.
""fi WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. H MEETS
5J5 rery Tur-f-d;?' !t 7. O. O F. hall.
tli SIT,YFR MAPLE PTKCLF. NO. I"'
eetE every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
1 niATFRNTAL UNION OF AMERICA,
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
ray Monday -t t r n p impt'
3d" - T 13. HARPER. F. M.
J- HF55. Recrfnry.
fc ODD FELLOWS.
BBorTRnri encampment no. i.
rtS'wfconi nnd fourth Tuesdays, S p. m. I. O.
.LrTATT LODGE NO 1 EVERY
'HWjurf'Iav K ii. m.. I O O. F temple
f.'fcSsALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERT FRIDAY,
(p. in., nt I. O. O. F. temple.
TORDAN LODGE NO .1 EVERY MON
Tl S p. m.. I. O. O. F. hnll.
JlS UDGLET LODGE NO. 9. eTeRY
lftursday, 8 p. m.. I O. O. F. temple.
frBfcXTERPRTSE LODGE NO. 15 EVERY
ydnepdny R p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
JfrlDELTTY LODGT3 NO. 17. I O. O. F
x TVBk every Wcdnesdav night at S o'clock,
&lVO. O. F. temple Visitors welcome.
W S. J WORMDAHL. N O.
BW. C. SMITH. Secretary.
PBrEBEKAH-NAOMT LODGE (D. of
Evcrv second and fourth Snt
3L. Hoar. S p. m J O. O. F temple.
WIIRIAM LODGE fD. OF R) NO. K
wpty first nnd third Saturday. S n. ra., L
-,fcO. F. temple. Rebekahs Invited,
IK KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
A'BTRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
flAHeaday. K. of P hall. 2C1 Main street.
BlflSrJcKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 0,
KJH;cr Thursdnv evenlns: K of P. hnll.
TcALANTHE LODGE NO. C. EVERY
Nndny K. of P. hall.
MHjfclNCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K OF p7
ta yp" Saturday cvcnlnr;. S o'clock,
IiSH- T- M, SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
LUWrery-ThurfldnY. I. O. O. F. halL Visiting
B?ALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO.
....pKts even. first and third Tuesdays. 3 p.
PKK ' F" hal1-
iffat FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
jKKaLT LAKE AERIE NO- 07. EVERY
iM'yilay, 8 p. m.. 11 W. First South.
J KeGO LILY LODGE NO. 52. FIRST
H third Tuesday. S p. m., A. O. U. W.
1 ROYAL ARCANUM.
m." L. COUNCIL, 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
fcurEdaya, Auerbach building.
ftftflRL H. -V JOPLIN. Rctr.
jfljvvy- L JONES Sec.
BE " DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
rjfb E. AMERICA.
Oif AABET LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
lVdlrd Thursday, I. O. O. F. temple.
LW LADIES' TAILORING.
IHBfHIL HIDGIN. LADIES' TAILOR. 123
VK"C 3rd So- nexL 10 Knutsford. r-102
!r!w' AT TH H0TELS
j5JJcMer(ay8 arrivals at the Cullen
H. F. Davis, Portland; Thomas
jmS&n, J. P. AVIlBon, Bingham. Mrri.
jlUlBe'Worntv, RavmonU Marion, Ta
na; Dr. C. Harrington, Mr. aud
Jmg: C. F. Spllman. Eureka; F M.
JHg'i Ogden; W. G, Naffely. Louls
fjle; A. H. Castle, Pocatello.
ffll' NEW WILSON EUROPEAN.
'St Bkilvals nt the New Wilson Euro
0U Mt. holcl yesterday were: F. Yv".
fiBnm'nBs' San Francisco; John J.
KUMlonky. Butte; J. W, Iewls, Pitls--f.rtw,6J
1. 0, ErlckEon, New York; B.
ft.l;Rowe and wife,. C'hlcaco; Miv
w C. H Reeves, Wallace. R. E.
Hfens, Malad; W. Chamberlain,
mha.Tt, Ind.; Win. M. Green and wife,
UanapollH, Ind ; P. M. West, De
tr L IT. "Willet. Soda Springs;
il Skiff, Portland; W. R. Smith and
jBp' c- m- Thatclicr and wife, Es
W -Mbo. Mich.; M. O. Fisher. Clear
frtflHk' -Frank Adams. Sunnyslde; MIsk
il''A',3 NiOhole, Howard, Kan.; C. A.
Scraon und wife, Boston; L.. W.
kjm' Laughton, Logan; Roy B. Pcr
Stanley, Ida.; Mr. and Mrs. F.
iyUJHjKelth, De La Mar; J. G. Hanley,
lJlBlentes, Ida.; H. E. Hopkins. A. F.
Odwick. Frank Nathan, J. C. Mai-
flp R. D. McEwen. A. Jachan, N.. A.
lBson Charles O. Eastlund, James
-jiJl'Rpn' Frank R. Alhlprht. E. W. New
P w1 .and Superior. Wash.; J.
jjt'fcht, St, LouIb; Moses C, Davla,
CPjvo; Jennie Ranlly, Logan; R. E.
FJfens, Malad: F. AV. ColllnH, Mrs. V.
Thomas Laug liner, A. K.
jRre' W- V. Wlthell. J. B. Scott,
en; Prof. J, p. Woodhane and
,tMKF' Stanley Green, W. J. Henrod, J.
3Krep' ' M" CummInu' F' D" Mc"
tf ii lK Z- C. M. i. Men's Suits.
rHt0?' J15-00, $18.C0, $20.00 values.
SOLDIERS OF THE CZAR
Rilass of Russian Troops at
WHAT A TRAVELER SAYS
Tv;o Hundred Thousand Troops
It Is Surmised That Russia Will Oc
cupy Northern Koren, "but Possi
ble Collision Not Imminent.
St. Petersburg. Jan. 10 The most re
liable news received hero Is thru the maea
of Russian troops In the far East arc
concentrated at Vladivostock or on the
northern frontier of Korea. A travelor
who has lately returned from the far East
estimates that between 100.000 nnd 200,000
soldiers were In the vicinity of Vladivos
tock. He surmised that the Russians will
occupy northorn Korea, hut thought that
tho possible collision was not imminent
for a month or more when taking Into
consideration distances and the difficul
ties of inarchlntr.
MUST SAIL UNDER OWN COLORS.
Commenting on the possibility of Japa
nese vessels employing the British Hag.
tho Novoe Vremya contends that tho
cdstom of civilized states requires that
warships shall said under tnclr, onn na
tional Hag, and adds: "One, can run away,
but not light under a foreign Hag. Ac
cording to International law the British
flag has not the privilege of protecting
all these cowarda who might hoist it."
INTEREST OF UNITED STATES.
Referring to the Interest of the United
Suites In the situation, the Novoe Vremya
says: "Undoubtedly the United States,
above all other powers, can confidently ex
pect that Its trade will not suffer by
Russian possession of Manchuria, and It
would bo tactless on America's part to
demand now what she could gnin peace
fully when everything quiets down."
The Novikral urged the necessity of op
posing a Pan-European alliance to a Pan
Aslatlc alliance of the yellow race against
the white race, which is at tho point of
ripening under Japancso hegcmon.
WANT TREATIES RATIFIED.
A telegram from Port Arthur says that
the United States and Japan are urging
tho Immediate ratification of their respec
tive treaties with China. In view of tho
probability that Russia will not consent
to tho opening of certain ports In Man
churia the Chinese foreign office Is placed
In a difficult position.
Japanese Legation in London So Re
London, Jan. 10 At tho Japanese lega
tion tonight It was said that the far
Eastern situation remained unchanged.
No news has been received by the lega
tion and It wns believed that somo days
might blapse before any developments oc
curred, as Jnpan was still considering her
reply. No news has been received at the
legntlon concerning the reported dispatch
of troops to Korea.
Russia has not yet carried nut the e
pocted military occupation of Shlmlng
Tlng. The Chinese railways In Manchuria arc
congested with traffic, and especially the
line to the Russian frontier.
JAPAN AND RUSSIA.
Latest and Most Reliable Estimate of
Probably the latest and most reliable es
timate of the relative fighting strength of
Japan and Russia Is that made for the
London TIme3 by Its military and naval
correspondents, says tho Chicago Record
Herald. The outlook, according to these
expert, is more favorable to Japan at
sea, while there Is tit least an even chance
for her on land.
The naval expert admits, to start with,
that there are factors on both sides which
are .hard to determine, but ho glvea us tho
benefit of all the knowledge available. Ho
compares the Japanese licet with the Rus
sian ship? which are either In tho far East
or arc now on their way there. Japan
has six battleships to Russia's eight, but
not even tho best of the Russian ships
comes up to the Jupanese standard. More
over, the Japanese hhlps are practically
all of one grade, and can be handled
therefore to great advantage, while tho
Russian licet must adapt Itself In action
to the capuclty of Its poorest vessel. In
armored cruisers Japan has six to Rus
sia's live,, aud Japan's are the better. In
protected cruisers Japan ha3 fourteen to
FOUR FINE DOCKYARDS.
Even moro important that this aupcrlor
Itv of licet Is the fact that Japan has four
line dockyards, "Quito capable both of
constructing and repairing vessels of any
class," while Russia's docking facilities
are "entirely Inadequate even for the or
dinary repair and maintenance of tho
fleet. So great Is Japan's superiority at
sea, everything considered, that tho writer
would not be surprised If the Russians
should "withdraw their ships Into tho
Gulf o Pc-Chl-Ll rather than force a lleet
action." . .
When the Issue at sea has been settled,
either by victory or blockade, then will
como the land campaign. Japan's perma
nent army hoa 75'JO offlcon and 1W.O0O
men Her reserve nnd territorial armies
bring her totnl land forco to -IW.OM men.
Russia, according to the boat ootlmale
that can be made, has about lCo.000 men In
the far East, while "it Ih probable that
tbc Russian traopo which would be avail
able for service In Manchuria wlien either
Russia or Japan has proved Its naval
domination in the China seas will not
muoh exceed 200,000 men "
With Japan victor at sea, the military
expert believes that Jnpan'H transporta
tion facilities would bo far superior to
Russia's. Ite points out that the Siberian
railroad Is exceedingly vulnerable, that
It would require an Immense force to
Dislocated Her Shoulder.
Mrs. Johanna Sodcrholm of Fergus
Falls. Minn , fell and dislocated her
shoulder. She had a surgeon get It back
in place as soon ns possible, but it was
quite sore and pained her very much. Her
son mentioned that he had seen Cham
berlain's Pain' Balm advertised for
sprains and soreness, and she asked him
to buy her a bottle of It, which he did.
It quickly relieved, her 'and enabled her
to sleep, which flhe had not done for
several dayn. The son was so much
pleased with tho relief It cave his
mother that he baa since recommended
it, to many others. For sale by all dnio--Blsts.
4- H H H - HHIHHIIIHIH1M rt -H H M H H M I It M H H H I
t ' RUSSIA NOW THREATENS CHINA. . ' ,
London, Jan. 11. The Tlcn Tsln correspondent of the Dally Mall says the Russian Government haa '
f sent to the Chinese Government a threat that Russia would Immediately occupy Peking should China Join 4
f forces with Japan. Ay a result the Grand Council has advised the Throne to adopt the policy of neutrality. 4
M-.H--M-4H4H--r milMHIIIMIIHHI H-H-H-H M M M M M M M M M 4 t H U U
RUSSIA AMD FAR EAST
Her Attitude Toward the
NOT HOSTILE- TO AMERICA
Has Repeatedly Expressed In
tontlon in Manchuria.
Good Faith Shown by Refraining
From Endangering American
Washington. Jan. 10. By an author
ity conversant with Russia's position
in the far East and her attitude toward
American interests there, the Asso
ciated Press today was. given this
"In view of the wide circulation
given reports without basis in fact
charging Russia with hostility to Am
erican ' interests in the far East, it
seems that the attitude of Russia
should be again denned.
"Russia has repeatedly expressed
her Intention of assisting the develop
ment of commercial Interests in Man
churia, knowing that the Chinese pol
icy of the United States Goernment
is guided merely by an aim to develop
trade and not by political ambition.
Russia has shown her good faith by
refraining from any action which
would endanger the conclusion of the
American-Chinese commercial treaty
signed on October Sth. That treaty
has been ratified by the throne at Pe
king, and thus through the medium of
the United Statey the important ports
nf ATiilrrlnn rind Anlnncr In Manchuria
are opened to the commerce of the
"This is the 'open door' which has
been a part of American and Russian
policy since the Boxer outrages which
necessitated th Intervention of the
powers and which materially changed
conditions in Manchuria.
"Russia will certainly not submit to
dictation at the hands of any power
as to the protection of her legitimate
interests In Manchuria. Negotiations
are in progress between St. Petersburg
and Peking In the effort to reach an
agreement adequately protecting the
special or predominant Influence ex
ercised by Russia in Manchuria, and
which has been recognized by all the
powers signatory to the peace protocol,
verbally or In writing.
"At the time of the signing of that
convention it was Russia s hope that
she could with safety withdraw her
forces from Manchuria last October
and leave the protection of her inter
ests to China, In the meantime, how
ever, it was clearly demonstrated that
the guarantees offered by China were
wholly Insufficient, and It became nec
essary for the Russian Government to
ask for additional guarantees.
"Until these have been arranged for
the Russian Government cunnot be
expected to withdraw from Manchu
ria, and thus menace the many Rus
sian lives and forfeit the $350,000,000
which has been spent there in the civ
ilization and development of that prov
ince. "Russia Is ready and anxious to stim
ulate the development of foreign com
merce in Manchuria, The growth of
trade means the success of tho Siberian
railway. Russia believes, however, that
this commercial development Is possible
without the establishment of spheres
of political influence in the open ports.
Russia's political Influence In this ter
ritory, which lies on her borders, is and
must be considered predominant and Its
effectiveness would be Impaired by the
creation of any form of foreign political
Inlluence In the shape of extra terri
torial government or municipal control
and regulation of certain districts with
these open ports similar to conditions
such as. for example, exist at Shanghai.
"But no trouble Is anticipated on this
score as the American-Chinese commer
cial treaty providing for the setting
aside of certain districts In Mukden and
Antung as places of International resi
dence and trade and the provision for
their regulation Is not considered as
tending toward the establishment of a
system like that surrounding foreign
Interests at Shanghai.
"Russia docs not propose to discuss
the negotiations now In progress. But
It should be realized she Is availing her
self of every reasonable means to reach
an agreement by diplomacy.
"It will be an Interesting bit of in
formation to the Russian Government
to know the primary object of the Tokio
negotiations, so far as Japan is con
cerned. Is the protection of American
and English Interests In the far EaBt.
Russia had supposed that Japan was
Influenced by less unselfish motives."
guard It, and that at best Us facilities
cannot sore for tho malntenanco of moro
than 100,000 men. On tho other hand,
Japan, with her railroads and harbors nnd
with her short Bfa haul, "should bo able
to land an exptdltlonnry force superior to
any force that Rusuia by mcan of her
land communications can conccntratu
against her In four months."
Tho personal factors bravory, brains,
enthusiasm and discipline are less amen
able to calculation, but both the military
and naval oxperta nellevc In their best
Judgment that the Japancso arc the superior.
Japan Has No Idea of Sending One
London, Jan. 13. The reaBsnrlnj news
that tho Russian warships which recently
left Vladivostock havo returned there la
confirmed In a Vladivostock dispatch rc
cofved at St. Petersburg. The dispatch ns
itcvis, .however, that-ronly. tho armored
cruloer Grotnover went to sea for a couplo
of dovs practice, the other ships of the
fleet having remained at Vladivostock.
Special dispatches from Toklo printed In
this morning's newspapers are very war
like, but add llttlo or nothing to the knowl
edge of tho situation. They reiterate that
Japan has no Idea of sending an ultl
matim to Russia
Anxiety Is apparently frit In Toklo fcr
the safety of the cruisers Nlasln and Ka
saga, which left Genoa Saturday, and In
connection with the departure of which
the Genoa correspondent of tho Dally Mall
this morning gives a curious story to tho
effect that an Iron bar -was found' Insldo
the ammunition hold of the Nlasln. placed
in such a position that It short-circuited
the electrical apparatus, with the object,
It Is suggested, of destroying the vessel,
although there Is no evidence to show that
Its being there wns not accidental. No
8crloim damage was done.
Seoul dispatches report tho arrival of
additional Russian and Italian marines
The Dally Mail's Toklo correspondent as
serts that the negotiations between Russia
and Japan have passed beyond diplomacy,
and states that several Korean ofllclnls
havo appealed to the American legation at
Seoul for protection, but that Minister Al
len uobralded thorn for thinking of their
personal safety at such a juncture.
A sevcro gale In the Mediterranean is
greatly Incommoding the Russian war
ships. The cruisers Nicholas I. nnd
Nicholas II. entered Fcrrol for safoty, and
two Russian battleships and seven tor-'
pedo-boat destroers have been detained
at Suda bay since Friday, unablo to pro
ceed to tho far East on account of tho
Lord Roqaldshaj, who returned to Eng
land recently from Manchuria and Jnpan
confirms reports that Russian troop3 aro
posted every live versts along tho line of
the Mnnchurlan railway. The Russians,
however, recognize thot tho chlof danger
Is In a breakdown of the railway under tho
pressure of the enormous military traffic,
owing to Its slight construction.
SPYING ON CRUISERS.
Russian Warships Following Two
Jap Fighting Machines.
Rome. Jan. 10. The Italia says thaf
Russian warships sighted betweon Genoa
and Spezzla yesterday aro believed to be
spvlng on nnd following tho Japancso
cruisers Nlasln and Kasaga, which left
Genoa yesterday. It became known only
today that somo unknown persons had at
tempted to set the Nlosln on llro by tam
pering with tho electrical appliances. The
police authorities havo begun an Inquiry
into the matter.
QUIET AT TOKIO.
This Dcspito General Impatience Over
Toklo, Jan. 10. It Is announced that tho
Russian warships which left Vladivostock
havo returned there, The port of Sascho
Is filled with of fleers. taking leave of their
Desplto tho general Impatience over the
situation there Is no great excitement
The scheme for a division of Korea be
tween Japan and Russia ast outlined In a
telegram, from Berlin Is considered here
to be wholly Imaginary.
BUCHANAN AT A FEAST.
American Minister to Panama Is En
tertained by Junta at a
Panama, Jan. 10. At the , banquet
given by the junta last night to Wil
liam I. Buchanan, the United States
Minister to Panama, and other diplo
matic representatives and United
States navul officers, Mr. Buchanan, In
answering the speech of Scnor Arnngo,
expressed himself eloquently on Pan
ama and Its future, and outlined what
the world expected of the new repub
lic. Manuel Amador, candidate for the
Presidency of the republic, heartily
congratulated Mr. Buchanan on hla
Frederlco Boyd, a member of the
Junta, proposed a toast to the health
of President Roosevelt, which was re
sponded to enthusiastically.
Mr. Buchanan's popularity, which has
been growing from day to day, has
been greatly enhanced by hly speech
last night. j
SWINBLER BREAKS JAIL.
Man Accused of Swindling Thirty
Two Hotels Out of S10,000 Eludes
Springfield, Mass., Jan. 10. William
J. Reid, alias L. O. Hoffman, who is
charged with swindling thirty-two
hotels out of about $10,000 from the
Atlantic to the Pacific In 1902, and is
now under sentences aggregating ten
years for these offenses, broke jail
here today under remarkable circum
stances and 13 still at largo.
Sheriff Clark tonight mado a thor
ough Investigation, but he finds that
many details are still unexplnincd.
Reld was arrested In San Francisco
under sensational circumstances In
June, 1902, and after n legal battle was
brought to Sprlnglleld. He was sen
tenced to four years and six months
In the county Jail for swindling hotels
here, and Immediately sentenced In
Boston to five years In State's prison.
Z. C. M. I. Shirt Waists.
31.50, $2,00 and $2.50 Waists,
Your choice for 75 cents.
See large ad. In this paper.
Succeeds Gen. Gordon. ,
Now Orleans, Jan. 10. Gun. Stephen
D. Lee has assumed the office of commander-in-chief
of the United Confed
erate Veterans' association, made va
cant by the death of Gen. John B. Gordon.
To Resist British Advance.
London, Jan. 11. The Shanghai cor
respondent of the Dally Mall says that
a Chinese resident of Lhnssa Is raising
troops In the province of Szechuah for
service In Thibet against tho British
Odd Follows Suffer by Fire.
Plymouth, Masfl., Jan. 10. Fire- to
day destroyed Odd Fellows' block.
OLD m DROPS DEAO
James Speer Dies Suddenly
in Rio Grande Yards.
WAS 75 YEARS OF AGE
Seomed to B All Alone In the
No Indication of Foul Play, and No
Inquest Will Bo Held Was
a Good Neighbor.
James Speer, 75 years old, dropped dead
In the Rio Grande railroad yards about 5
o'clock last evening, nnd his body was
found a few minutes later by tho yard
watchman. Life was entirely extinct
when the discovery was made. Coroner
Clark viewed the remains and. It appear
ing that death was duo to heart failure,
decided that no Inquest would be neces
sary. A few dollars In money and a gold
watch, which were found on his person,
made It apparent that there had been no
So far as could be learned last night the
deceased had no relatives here or else
where. Ho had been living In the city for
some time and had earned a living by
working at odd Jobs. Ho formerly lived
at 710 West Flr9t South street, and neigh
bors who knew him there ppeak very high
ly of hlai and will doubtless attend to his
burial. More recently he had lived near
the "cement worlds west of the city, and It
Is presumed he was on tho way homo
when death overtook him.
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis. Prep.
BREEDEN HAS IT
IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE.
The Brecden Office Supply Co., C2
West 2nd South.
Gordon, the tailor, 109 W. 2nd So., Is
the man that makes clothes for you
that fit. He has all the latest things in
the tailor line.
Don't Miss an Opportunity
to get $5.00, $4.00 or $3.00 Hats for $1.00.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
Fine Sleighing Party.
The L'tah Kodemho gate, No. 87. K O.
Y.t gave another enjoyable entertainment
In the form of a bob-slelghlng party
After riding about twelve miles the party
enjoyed an elaborate supper at the resl
, dence of Mrs. LTolmberg at Granger. The
affair was very much enjoyed by tho
Misses Minnie Elst-mnn, Ida Petrovltaly,
Ida Schas, Ida Kales, Addo Englemen,
Yetta Stein. Lizzie- Shafno. Cella and
Annie Levy, Helen Wllmor and Messrs
Sahnanscn. Roulbard. Herman, Jesse
Moritz, Ed Morltz. Yumfulsky, Hersh
burg, Flnklesteln nnd Klrmensky. It was
declared a decided success.
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5 Third South Streets,
Salt Lnko City. p
AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE. ft
FOR WOMEN )
THEIR DAYS MAY BE PRO
LONGED. How the- Evening of Iife May Ba
Made Happier for All.
"If people only knew the good that
VInol does old people," said Mr. Druohl
of Druehl .fc Franken. our well-known
druggists, "columns of space in our
newspapers -would be devoted to the
subject for the benefit of mankind In
general Wc can truly say that we
have never sold anything in our store
eriual to VInol an a strengthener and
body-bullder for old people.
"You sac, with old age comes fee
bleness and loss of power, the organs
act more slowly and less effectually
than In youth, the appetite is poor,
the digestion weak, and there is not
that same renewal of body tissue.
"There Is nothing more pitiful to me
than to see old people tottering around.
I know that VInol cannot bring back
lost years, but it will lengthen life and
brighten the years that remain.
"We are hearing from all over the
country remarkable results which
prove my statement, .and we have re
ceived letters from sons and daughters
of old people telling how father or
mother has been made well and happy
by the vigor and strength which VInol
brings the old.
'It was only a few days ago a let
ter .was brought to our attention from
Mr. John G. Nichols of Lawrence,
Mass., In which he said that he was
eighty-four years old, and he had not
felt so well for fifteen years as he
had since taking VInol; it gave him a
good appetite, and he feels strong and
well, and Is working every day from
six o'clock In the morning until five
"It Is Just this way,',' continued Mr.
Druehl. "VInol Invigorates the stom
ach first of all, creates an appetite nnd
enables the stomach to separate from
food the elements needed for rich, red
blood, healthy body material and
sound, steady nerves. In- tbl? natural
manner It repairs worn tissues, checks
the natural decline and replaces weak
ness with strength.
"For any one suffering from any
weakened, run-down condition VInol
will do the same; and it is because we
know so well what VInol will do that
we guarantee its action, and we will
gladly refund the money paid for it
to any one who is not satisfied. Wc
wish every old person in this vicinity
would Just try VInol on our guarantee.
If It docs not satisfy, then It will not
cost them a cent." Druehl & Franken
and the Smith Drug Co.
frrrTTrFTTri 'Tin itmbi.
Located In Heart of tho Bualneao K
and Theater Districts. p
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jj EUROPEAN HOTEL. J
A. FRED WET. I)
4 SALT LAKE CITY. j
? Rates: J1.00 to $3.CO por day. ?
j Popular Priced Restaurant. 1
i 200 Rooms, with Telephone, Hot I
9 and Cold Running Water. Sixty S
pajt's the Salt
00r Lake Stamp
s- W- Tempi
fiBSgraajfcSsa Salt T,Hre City,
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'J rboultl wrltotlio Llqtild Uiono Oo.. 223 Klnzlo g
T St., Chicago. Thar will nend you nnordor on n
V: yonr tlniffitlst for n HVcent bottle froo, It 7u S
PI will ctate tbu disease to bo treated. a
Scott's Santai-Pepsin Capsules
Vox IaflntnmiUon or O&tarrh
of lh lilnlder and Dlieuod
Kldnaji. No onre no pay.
Onros quickly nd Porzao
nonUr lb vrorit coe oi
(Gonorrhoea and Gleitt,
no mittarof howlonc tanj
lnr AbiolaUlr Uancleia.
Bold by drarrlrta. Prion
01.00, or by mail, pOu-sJd.
"THE 8AHTAI-PEP2SH CO.,
, F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt LaJte City.
J OH1T BTJCKL33 5t SON.
236 SO. ITATTT ST.
,S.iC.Box:e33l Salt J&aJtCl&.
.... FREE ....
Dollvcred to all parts of tho city.' 3hon
ir ooll and leavo your ordors for tho bo its
BREAD AND CAKES.
Viesna Modo3 Bakery
I CARPENTER. CONTRACTOR, fi
'Phone 1053-Z. h
H. F. WILLIAMS,
ICO E. 2ND SO. g
All kinds of woodwork. Including f
everything from tho malclng of models t
and patterns to repairing op building K
a house u
ON ALL CAR LINES.
Try It The Next Time You
8, C EWINO, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mlntnff men and ntoc!i
men. RATES A DAY AND UP.
If B w U AGED AND ELDER.
I m ' LY, If you aro aoxoual.
i U Kjl . J ly weak, no mattw
"i a a ffl vEl & S from wha.t onutoi undo.
tOULSLllliJFLM velopea; havo Btnoturo.
btfrarfrffnBgfiW'Tra vtxrlcocolo, oto., Mx
PERFECT APPLIANCE will our you.
No drugo or eloctrlolty; 75,000 oured and
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Bent oealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R, a Emmt, Tahqi
sis nut y
gr) P I c ks and fr-a, IH
-isSft cracker t o "rJBBP IH
. jfZs Conahay's thli J
R Persons denying thcmsolvca , V
j tho plcoauro of a piano only ; fm
2 knew how easy we can mako L
S tho buyinc of no; thcfa U
I would bo more hanplncao In L ;
R tho home. Wo sell tho very I
N highest grado of Ph"""; , I
R prices from J1S0 up, and you
H pay for It on terms to su t (? .
you. Como. in an talk it JL
Kl over. IH
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRISt
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE IH
CONDITION OF THE SKIN IH
TO THIS END THE BATH1 IH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
. FLRMf) I
All Grocers and Druggists.
The State Bank of Utaf H
Corner Main and South Temple Sts,.
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President. ;H
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President,
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashlor. '
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier: HH
GENERAL 3A2TKI2TG BUSINESS.) 'H
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to,
country trado. Correspondence Invited.
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK!
CAPITAL. PAID IN, JSCO.00O. jH
GoncroJ banking- In all Its branches. H
Directors J. B. Cosgrlff, John J. Daly,,
O. J- Salisbury, Moylan C. Fox. J. E.,
Cosgrlff, W. P. Noble, George M. Downoy,'
John W. Donncllan, A. F. Holden. .M
WELLS, FA8S0 & CO. BANK) I
Palt Lake City, Utah. jH
Established 1552. IIH
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah. !H
SuSlSl '.WW'.'".'. ..S13.3SS.E12.40
Undivided Profits ) IjH
Transacts a ccnoral banking business.,
domcntlc r.nd forcicn.
Direct connections with banks In UI m
principal cities of tho world. i lpH
Drafte. ) On all
Letters of Credit, V promlnen;
Telegraphic Tranefcrs. ) cities. 'H
Deposits received subjoct to check. jH
H. L. MILLER, Cashier. '
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Caehl.or. ' jl
ESTABLISHED 1SU. 150 OFFICESi
' THE OLDEST AND LARGEST,. 1
R a :DirN & co' 1
The Mercantile Agency,
GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming) IB
iOfflco In Progress Mdg . Salt Lnko Clty
c. A.PTTAL FULLY PAID. S2W.000.00.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. '
Established 150. Incorporated, 1905,
I Transact a General Banking: Buameaa. H
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
jjESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. '
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Capital, 3500,000. Surplus, 3250,000
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
President. Vlco-Preoldenti jH
H. B. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS, ,
Cashier. Asst. Cashlor
Safe deposit boxes for ront
'national bank of ! H
U. S. DEPOSITARY. 'H
FRANK KNOX President jH
JAMES A. MURRAY....Vlce-Praiddent
W. F. ADAMS . , Cashier.
CAPITAL PAID IN, 00,000. !
Banking In all its branches transacted.! kl
Exchanst drawn on tho principal dtle JH
of Europe. j;
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS h
jlJcCORNICK & CO.,
If Salt Lake City, Utah.
ESTABLISHED 1S73. flH
i i H
T T NION ASSAY OITIOE, V
M, S. HANAUHB, MimaserV
Removed to 12 South W, Tomple. 'r '
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS H
.will receive prompt attontlon. Analytical t
Lork a opcclalty, Send for pric. llat, j
T "W. OUxWUS, A9SAYER,
) p W. Srd. South, SaHJLakg.Clty.l 'H