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ITEL WRECKED BY GAS
lates Awakened Frem
Sleep to Face Death.
3 BEAD, MANY INJURED
I Blawn-Out and Tap Floor
rietor and His Wife Among the
ctims, Their Bodies Bein In
cineratedList of Injured.
Marlon, InJ.. Jan. 21. Three pcrsonu'
ice burned to dentil, two fatally and
Sfbndly Injured In a ens explosion that
k tecked the Scltz hotel here early to-
Wfnk ifia.il: Charles Bcltel. proprietor of
I ejsholel, nnd wlfo; James Devlin, pro
I letor n the cafe.
EJ ritallj- Injured. Edward Gasklll and
Ij jjjL llobls, oil well contractors.
lerlously Injured: Thomna Twlpp, Ran
liBiddle, John DIcherty. John Schott,
is Carrie Tllnsr. Orvillc Bcltcl. Harry
Ntol. TVllli.im Bant, Frank Gasklll' and
l5 Penii Cnsklll.
The seriously Injured were kuosIf - of
fI hotel. Til hptel was situated three
Jes from the center of tho city. Kat
iV safc Is said to harp escaped from a.
pc-Hno that panned near the building,
Sjbnsoment being: filled, and when the
ms on tho first Moor began to 1111 with
sas It was lilted by the burning i
ir. Thcro were thirty guests at the
tel. all of whom wero asleep.
Eho outer walls of I he building, a two-
i'ry brick structure, wero blown out,
fesocoJid floor falling In on the first.
5 oj. sucstH were under the wreckage.
3 Jch Ignited at once, and rescuers! had
I Tat difficulty In rrmovinp them. The
w could no: bo shut off, and added to
5fury of tho firp.
jlnc bodies of Mr. and Mrs Bcltel were
in through Ihe flames and wreckage
JrJan hour before they could be rccov-
Scrofula tho Cause.
czerna, catarrh, hip disease, white
I felling and oven consumption have their
5uln In scrofulous conditions. V,lth the
Ivhteflt tulnl of scrofula in the blood,
ire la no safety, Tho remedy for thin
Jfense In all Its forms la Hood's Sarsn
Tfrllla, which goes to the root of the"
ttkublc and e.pels all impurities and tils-.
Sei-crm3 from tho blood.
Iffio best family cathartic Is Hood's
JTAPPE0 LAKE OF OIL,
Sondorfully Valuable Discovery Is
iSffMndo in tho Oil Ticlds nt
ailL' Florence, Colo.
jjPlo'rciU'p. Colo.. Jan. 21. The- Unilod
IJjHconypany. while drilling well No.
tpat Splndk- Top Heights, tlirce miles
ulh of Florence, tapped the first lake.
1 El, ever .llscovcred lit Colorado. The
Wiody was rrjr-ounterod at a depth
P2775 feet, and the well will have thf
pThiction capacity of any six wells
ftthls field. General Manager "Wallace
Imbunced that the oil in the new well
Uprisen to within a few hundred fort
uihq surface, and that 500 barrels per
mvl could be c-asjjy pumped.
LxSmn Back. Weak Kldney3 and Urinary
litatlon arc cured by Oregon Kidney
Sm SPARKS FROM THE WIRE.
STohn Alexander Dowlc with his party,
Ifim the East, saJled for Australia on Uf
jur.cr Sonoma yesterday.
f fB15 remains of Sir Henry Kcppcl. Ad
'ifral of the fleet, were Interred at Wlnk
'jfiiS, Berksilrc, with full naval lionjjrs. i
the wnr feeliug In Colombia, in dying
jjfcjand there Is a general de-slro t,o allow
A.Panama seccealon to pass without a
I favor Gaus of Albany, T.. has re
V tea tho licence, of the Emplue theater
r. 1 ordered radical changes in tho other
ec theaters of that city.
f, tea. "WHllnm JI. Crocke? of San Fran
t po has given J2o.W) for archaeological
0 pk Jn Old Mexico. Excavations aro now
1 jig mado at Cayocan, Mexico.
fH 'Ire In Jereoy City destroyed two bulld
f s occupied by Brown & Miller's ma-
no nhopn and a number of small ma
rt ncry concerns. Loss. $150,000.
- Ppmen from nil partH of the country
? kfattcndlug the forty-third :innivcrury
tlnp of tho "Woman's Union Mlaalon
v cJeociety of America being hold In New
NOTABLE DEAD OF THE DAY.
Ifcerlln, Jrd 21 Albert Von Maybacii.
Mipn"V Prussian Minister of Public
C5Brf".?, who successfully nationalized the
slan railroads, died today, aged Si
V York. Jan. 21. Simon S. Goldman,
to have beon the Inventor of the
:er needle threader in goneral use on
ng maehiiKs, Is dead of heart disease
s homo here.
Kington, Ky , Jan. . 23.-Judge Zaeh
om 84 jeam old. ono of the best
atiornoyK In central Kontuckv. Is
. He had been a member of iho JCen
y bar thirty-four yeaus.
!JVe nre prepared to Invest your funds
What they will bring you the largest
turns compatible with safety. You
Jd Iho security. We do the work.
SGurrln & Co., 134 Main St.
Vm. Mad Mullah Surprised.
kden. Arabia, Jan. 21. Advices from
nuilHaiid say that Kcnna's Somali
?untcd Infantry surprised a bodv of
Si Mad Mullah's forces Januarv 'lTth
ithc vicinity of Klllnuad, kllliii;? Ilftv
ftannen and raytuiing 2000 camels
u: thoub-ands of sheep.
liraparo Our Offerings in Muslin
5j ft Wear
m '.?'ou. wlU h'- convinced that these
M iUte best values you have neen at
1 5jJre snIc" AU nexv P-lo-date
THE PARIS MIJLLINERY CO.
2 E,,lwuTi.Vctl ,,0nKo' 12 West T11I"1
ptlu Will be glad to meet our old
R ps and customer.3 In our new loca-
M account pf cheap rent v.0 w-ll
KnpJe to give o.-r natrons the lien-tit
E"? w -ell good goods
MMpcr taan ever
St ,lRRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
N'. Lewir, Proy.
John O. Matting was saved from a
fine, not by the ?kin of his teeth, but by
cno of his landlady' teeth. Mrs. Laura
Brown had charged him with asshnll and
claimed that he kiioeked one of her teeth
oui. Matthews and hn wife flatly denied
Mrs'. Brown's .story. As Judge Diehl had
seen Mrs. Brown before tne alleged as
sanlL ho took Judicial cognizance of the
fact that the tooth was missing at that
time, and found tho defendant not guilty.
This Is not what Jn.ck London calls the
law of tooth and fang, but 'Justice after
the pattern of King Solomon.
Duckfool Weber, was sentenced to thirty
days for drunkenness. Ho was out all of
tw!nty-four hours after the expiration of
Ms former sentence' and feels quite proud
ol tho achievement.
"Officers Brown and Leaker testified that
W. C. Jncob.son tus in tho habit of allow
ing a poor old skeleton of a horse, covered
with whip marks and sores, to stand un
blankoted for hours at a time during these
cold night. Jacobson, who Is a llsh ped
dler, swore that the horso was fed on all
the delicacies of (lie season and that Ins
attenuation was due to indigestion,
"What lookrt like whip marks," he said,
"Is caused by chicken lice."
"1 think wo had better subpoana tho
horse, us a witness in ibis case." said the
qour't. "Bring him here tomorrow and I
will render my decision."
Peter Anderson "Just eoom In the odder
uny." Divers drinks disturbed his powers
of locomotion and the poIlc did the rest.
The court consented to overlook his Indiscretion.
TERRORIZED BY GH9SL
A Kative Rises From His Grave in
Hawaii to Protest Against His
Placo of Burial.
. Victoria, B..C-, Jan. L'f. The steamer
AorangI, which arrived from Australian
and Honolulu points this morning
brought news from Honolulu that an
entire district of Hawaii Is panic
stricken because of the reported ap
pearance of a ghost. !
When Shtin Uneaka'. well-known na
tive, died, his relatives buried him in
tho ground instead of in a cave. In ac
cordance' with the native custom, and
they claim that on this account Shem
had returned to haunt them.
The ghost is said to have nppearr-d
on New Year's eve first. A feast was
being held when a native shrieked and
pointed to the roof. He declared that
he saw Shcm's ghost. Other natives
looked ami ran. and since then the
spirit of Shem is said to have made
sundry appearauces. The natives are !
terrorized and Jvahunaa have been sent I
to endeavor to -lay the- ghost.
Funcvnl of Train.
New York,' Jan. 21. After a musical
service, held In an undertaking estab
lishment here the remains of "Citizen"
George Fi'am-Is Tiain were buried to
day in Greenwood cemetery. The
funeral scrviis -w.ir- private nd nnlv
the most intimate fiimds of Mr Tiain
n pre atiinlitc-d.
(TOKiimrgnrj-rr i.im i. i . n jimxnuapcn
I REV8LI IN URUSUAY.
Fv-obels and Government Troops Meet
in Battle, and Losses Are
I Washington, Jan. 21. According to
a cable report to tho State department
from United States Minister Finch at
Montevideo,, the revolutionary disturb
ances In that country Is much more
serious and extensive than has' been
supposed here. The Minister cables
under the 20th :ib follows: I
"There has been three battles, all
won by the Government, the last one
being on January ISth. The total num
ber of killed aild wounded was about
500. Tho Government forces were esti
mated at,2S.00O and tho rebels at 7000 to
9000. The opinion here is that the in- ;
surrcctlon will be s.uppressed in a
month unless aided by near neighbors.
The press and telegraph censorship con- j
tinues; also martial law." j
TO DIE T0BAY.
Oregon Courts Refuse to Interfere
Further in Case of Murderer
' Salem, Or., Jan. 21. The Supreme
court today handed down a decision In
the matter of the appeal of Armstrong,
the condemned murderer, sentenced to
be hanged tomorrow at Baker City.
Armstrong nsked for stay of execution
to permit further legal steps in his'
behalf. The court dismissed the. np-
peal. Further legal slops can hardly be
inaugurated before Armstrong is
Tlio eye should not ho drugged except M
ffl udiIct the special care- of a physician. a
R niukes the nse of pungent drngs iinncees-B
Esarvanil kitcs you from all the inconven-jjj
5 ienceand danger of that painful treatment, Q
fL CURES ALL EYE AFFECTIONS. Jf
i Located In lloart of the Business
I and Theater Districts. a.
Mew Wilson 9
3 EUROPEAN HOTEL. S
I A FRKD WEY. S
J SALT LAKE CJTV. g
i Rates Jl.Oo ro $3.0) per dar. gjj
i Popular Priced Restaurant. 3j
ICQ Booms. wIUi Telephone. Ho? xj
g and Cold Running YSter. Slxi, SJ1
n Baths. ,-1 vtri
To look well
your blood must be pure to give
your complexion that peculiar fresh
ness which can only be obtained
when your system is in good work
ing order. Beecham's Pills will put
3Tou in condition.
To feel well
you must be well. Your digestive
organs must be doing their work
properly. Beecham's Pills act like
oil on machinery, nnd will give you
the snap and vigor that only comes
with perfect health.
IT keep well
every organ must be doing its duty
stomach, liver and kidneys must
each be in thorough working order.
If you are not as well as you ought
Take a small dose of
They will set you right.
IO Cents and 25 Cents
j vtliebet'' S
ycllovLabcT " Gold Label
RIegcr & Llndlcy. Distributors. Salt Lake.
fr It's the Salt
Lake Stamp -Co.
167 S. vr. Templo
SZzes$ Salt Lake City.
H 50 doz. of the latest designs In a
ffl Fancy u
i NE.SKWEHR !
150c and 75c values 2
Sco Ir.dow Display
j 61-63-65 5IAIN ST. i
: There's Plenty oi Room
For improvement, but not w. dental work
done by us. "Wo use the very best up-to-date
dental methods, best material and
the best talent.
22-k. Gold Crowns J-" CO
Bridge work, per tooth " 00
Full Set -of Teeth u 00
Gold Fillings $L0O and up
Silver Fillings , M
rainless Rxlracting 50
THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DENTIST
BY AT THE LOWEST PRICES IS OUR
Guarantee given with all work. Lady
attendant. Hours, S to s. iSunday. 10 to 3.
Boston Dental Parlors
12C SOUTH .MAIN.
few York Dental Parlors
Coootb 2. 2, 4 Karjlo B1U 71 W. 2nd Sol
Toath Bjctractod Without Pain
McxSorn DenUatry. Bent -york. Lowest
ftdeca. CROWNING AND BRIDGIWa
OTEETH A SPECIALTY.
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THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS WILL ATTRACT THOUSANDS OF f
PEOPLE TO THIS POPULAB STORE
TONIGHT FROM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK, i
Tho last chance. The biggest bargain special.
Tonight From 7 to 9 O'clock i
36 Pieces 40Inch Wide AH Wool Eiderdewn
I In cream, pink, light blue. red. lavender, old. rose, tan-and electric blue.
Value Coc; for the above two hours tonight, at X
34c a Yard. j
- , ?
I To night, from' 7 to 0 o'clock. t
A GREAT 2-HOUR SALE OF 1 7
n Ladles' white hemstitched, drawn border and. satin striped edge t
? handkerchief, a nice fine quality, selling regularly at lOoeach; on sale,
i for 2 hours, at each
Gents' Furnishing and Boys' Clothing Department i
! TONIGHT SPECIAL. j
fi Gent's fancy stripe Cashmere hose, regular -10c values; a flyer -..
for two hours only, from 7 to 9 p. m. SALE PRICE -5r
OUR SHOE DEPARTM'T ;
S Tonlght--7 until 9 p. m.
I Ladies' Storm Rubbers, 69c Grades :
fflMANHOOD RESTORED -"GUPIDEHE"
ffijKfSS This cront Vrijetoble Yltalbor, tbn prrvirinllon of ."v famous FTenob pbTslolnn.vtn I
o tfflt QolcklTcure jon ot .ill nervous or deawrnof ihe acnnratlToorsans.suob asJL,oit Mou- : II
' tZaXv' riafl hoa,"JuoniDli. Pnln In tho Bock, Nominal JEoiKalou, Jr-ron Dotilllty.
k3 JPItaplo, Unfltoi to ranrrr, xhnaitlnc Jrtn, VHrlcocolc, nnil ConjU-
Vtk-i putlon. HMopk ntl Iosbck br aur or niche. Prrmninrltj, iThlch If 001 obeokod le.-vd ' .
- toSrjnatorrhar ftnl Ml IbohorroTS of Impotfliicr rCrJDENE ojcaiwes tho llrcr. Jm
th)d(lDeyR OTTPi'DKNE struDctlinDn d1 roiiorsa. Thu c?.iin mjflofors aro not curo-J bj doctor
It bc-au&B nlnet Mr roDt. are troubled tUU JrtlrttU. OUPIDE.E Is tho only kuon romedr IB
tocoro tbont in opnrntlOD. AJCW iMtlmualiilj. A written gnnranlev (flvan nnd jnoocj" rc'urncjl II six jM
hoict tfo not cflct Mrmarifnt oorn. W1.0 o. box: lx tor S6.CO tr mulL fund for free circular Rnd
wSlmonUl Addrpjs DATOI, :rlEXIICI'li CO., San PrancUw, CSal.
I GODBE-PITTS JJRTJG COaltLake City. "Utah, Agents. S
Havtag pwchalcd the entire stock of Pianos, 0 etc from the Daynes M m
41 now closing them out at a lower price than ever before offered. Have also included ''; j ll
.a number of our large stock of Pianos and Organs from' the old stand in this sale. I in
J We have more than 250 instruments that must be sold at once m order to save us paying rent of two 1
j stores. Everything marked in plain figures and seen well-known makes of pianos as Everett, Knabe, SCranich I
j & Bach, Hardman, Ivers & Pond, I. & C. Fischer, Ludwig, Harvard, Heller & Co., True & Teeple, and many 11
other makes to be sacrificed at less than factory cost. Are making arrangements to reach every possible g 51
1 buyer of a Piano or Organ in the State of Utah, If you contemplate purchasing -anything moskal write us. j
I ...Temple of Mwsic... mm
4jg 74s Main SLreeL, Salt Lake City. Formerly Bayses Music Company, tmm
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