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S 'J-'-HB SALT liAKE TRIBUNES T-RIDAY MomsJCS"G,' 22, 1904-. I
I MORGAN GIVES DETAILS
Explains Panama Annexa
tion Schema in Senate.
POLICY ,0F THE PRESIDENT
Piatt Befends President in. the
House Di3cusscs Army and Navy
Appropriation Bill in Commit
tee of the Whole.
"Washington, Jan. 21. Senator PI alt
of Connecticut concluded his speech on
Pannnm today. He defended the course
of the President throughout the Pana
ma revolt, and eulogized the Executive
personally as brave and fearless.
During the morning Mr. Morgan
spoke In explanation of his bill for the
annexation of Panama to the United
StatOF. basing his argument on the
I ground that the pending canal treaty
contemplated that result. .
Mr. Morgan spoke of the difficulties
which the country has encountered In
Panama, saying that they arc not of
the country's seeking, but were due to
th precipitancy of the President of the
United States. It was, however. Im
possible to undo what had been done,
ind he contended that further proceed
ings should be In accordance with leg
islation. In order to gel rid of ihc eon
,sro.ueiues of our acts wc must make,
he said, some equitable arrangements
with Panama, for It was not to be sup
pod that Colombia meant to submit
nlmly. "If," he argued, "we arc to
build a canal in Panama, wc must
hao the good will of Colombia, for
without It th obstacles of disuse and
outlawry would Indefinitely Increase."
APPEAL, TO N'13)VSPAPlillS.
Mr Morgan made an appeal to the
newspapers to use their utmost endenv
t rs to secure information concerning
the situation, saying there was no
I elicit new Information from the Execu
Mr. Morgan predicted that the Presi
dent would not be able lo secure appropriations-.
"Indeed." he said. "I don't
believe thnt lie wants appropriations.
It N bettor for campaign purposes that
legislation on the canal ciuestion should
consist of promises only.'-'
He said that he Inserted In his bill
the provision for the payment of $15.
ffiO.000 for the pacification of Colombia,
because he. had heard the, President
had entered into au agreement for the
payment of That sum for that purpose.
He had Inserted this provision, as
well aa the others, in the Interest of
peace and good will and In the Interest
of a Panama, canal and of all accrued
lights. It w'as Intended to meet the
emergency; he hoped It would be so
iccepied by all persons concerned.
When Mr. Morgan concluded, Mr
Plait of Connecticut concluded his
pecch on the Gorman Panama resolu
tion begun by him yesterday. He again
took up the argument that the action
or the United States and other powers
In recognizing Panama Is Irrevocable
tnd lib drew the Inference that the
Senate must first proceed upon that
PLATT IX DEFENSE.
Mr Plntt defended the President
against the charges of committing an
ne t of war. or even an act of interven
tion, denying that his acts in connec
tion with the Panama revolt amounted
lo either. "II Jy easy." lie said, "to
make charges and to talk in an excited
way. Wc want speeillcatlons, and It is
time for Senators who talk of acts of
war and of intervention to tell us what
nn act of war Is and what act of tho
President in this case amounts to war
or Intervention. It Is acts of which we
are speaking, and wc are not concerned
with what the President think or
One thing about the President was
that the people believed him honen
that he wax a man who did what he be
lieved to be right.
The President had met the charges
and Insinuations that he had connlvi
I (it a revolution in a message to Con
gross. Had he been President said
Mr. Plait, he would not have done It
hut the President decided to rest hi
case with the American pcopl
He then read the part of the Presi
dent s message which denied the
charges and ho said he would take the
word of the President against that of
1"rr.3CWSI,apCl' lln,C,e Signcd 0r u
KECOGNITIOX OP REPUBLIC
Speaking of the President's rccoJnl
iM.0t U,& "CW rcI)uuUc, Mr. Piatt
"The act stands out as that of a brave
nd fearless man; as that of a man
w ho Is no then rash nor Impetuous. He
did the right thing at the right timp
the thing which will lsllre the bulhU
Ipb -of the canal which has been long
Tleoo will ratify the treaty-
i c will build the canal: and. when the
Blur of the whole world with their
.rgo"3 are traversing It, these crlt -'urns,
tiitse attacks, these vltunera.
I.OII8 will be forgotten, and whateT
Mr ltooKPveli may do in the present
o any other term of otllce. this act
ill stand forth as the greatest of his
Mr Teller said that no condemnation
,'Jfn' nde of the sending of our
warships to Panama, but the attack
1 Bauty Doctors Indorse Herplcids.
1H ilfxVnJenll'no ,nae- a business of beau.
urjlnir othr women come urettv ntnr
H rcToTt'" t?1 wm, b,r,r K
??JS& lKr&&?: 'eUeW rrm LV;- C0"!
1 nr ' ""-ajurnr ii Has no super
"(Slcncl ) -Bortha A. TnilllnRcr.
H SU&W piui.eS r,octor-
Sold hy leading drujrvf r..,.. , ,
had b?n directed at the President's
utterances!!! 'encouragement of the
"When Mr. Teller concluded the Senate
went Into executive session, and aoon
IN THE HOUSE.
Army Appropriation Bill Discussed
in Committee for Five Hours.
Washington, Jan. 21. The army ap
propriation bill wau under considera
tion In committee of the. whole today
for Ave hours, most of which was de
voted to a general discussion of the
tariff ciuestion. Mr. Hull of Iowa,
chairman of the Committee on Military
A ft a Irs. explained the provisions of the
army bill, and Mr. Parker (Rep., X. J )
and Mr. Prince (Rep., Ill,) paid tribute
to the army aa now organized.
Mr. William?, the minority leader,
taking the phrase "stand pat" for his
text, made a general arraignment of
Republican policies, and declared that
the Republican party had become one
of negation. Replying to a question by
Mr. Watson of Indiana, he said the
tariff should be revised. If he had the
power he would bring about a Demo
cratic tariff, but It would take time.
The only opposition lo the army bill
was made by Mr. Baker (Dcm., Is'. Y.),
who said he was opposed to war.
When the. House convened a resolu
tion was called up by Mr. Gardner of
New Jersey, chairman of the Commit
tee on Lnhor, asking the Secretary of
Commerce and Labor for a statement
showing the number of hor?2s and car
riages maintained at the expense of
the Government for officials In his de-
MU 1.1111:111 H1IU HIV IIIIIIIKU UL UlU UlllC'lill
using them, and It was adopted.
On motion of Mr. Hull of Iowa, chair
man of the Committee on Military Af
fairs, the Houee wont into committee
of the whole to consider the army ap
propriation bill. Five" hours' debate
was agreed upon.
USING IT AS A CLUB.
Annexation Bill as Viewed by French
Opponents Canal Transfer.
Paris, Jan. 21. Morgan's bill, provid
ing for Ihc annexation of Panama to I
the United Slates. Is being utilized as
a weapon by the French opponents to
the transfer of the canal concession.
George Thlebaud today bitterly as
sailed this movement, saying the Mor
gan proposition was only another step
in the direction of arbitrary cxproprla-
lion and violation of International law
and the rights of the people bv the
"If Colombia Is not as energetic as
waa Venezuela." he added, "she will
not only lose her cause, but alL the
weak states of Central and South
America win, mile by little, be ab
sorbed." M. Thlebaud advises Colombia to go
PLAN FOR LOWER INTEREST.
Council Committees Discuss a -Proposition
to Refund $548,000 '.
in City Bonds.
The matter of funding tho outstanding
bonds of the city. ,ik recommended by
Mayor Morris, came up Inst night before
the Finance committee. The payment of
the oiistoiiding bonds of . tiie cltv
"'n;"nfinc,ln ''"'l'0 H now optional,
rii '.n,"., s nre bVanR" vcr cent Inter
Sfiti, i Ilc Poi'o-dUon Is to replace thorn
with bonds of I or 4 per cent. U Is wild
that unless ?omo action Is taken lo refund
the old . per cent bonds at an-earlv date
n J!.1?. ?l, thc, pofcholderH will Insist" upon
a tax being levied for a sinking fund.
I l.J'iadvfrl,8Wi for MiMcn on some
I per cent bonds a short time aK0 but the
Tho ;c.rni l00,10"' none were sohh
Tho city has since received a bid to lmv
I s bonds for twenty years at par. bin.
J' ?h bPrai !'f tho Klnncc commit ice
h w ,lh "I,!nlon "" these bonds should
bilng a premium. The matter was con-
EVn"1 "iKh a,,d ,n thB meantime cer
tain of the members of thu committee will
correspond with Eastern linns u on U,"
IUiT L ls """'en that some of the
U 5? 1)rcnillim of ay from 000
A new nilo was mnde by the Committee
on Licenses which Is to the effect tl i t n.?
more free license will be "ranted
unless the applicants appear before
ihc committee and have their ap
plications Indorsed by a mimb?r
of reputablo . citizens. Some of the
J?bers of this committee are also coii-
fA n, ai,ilI5all,,l of 'ofnmendlng
to the. Council that no expreso watron li
censes M iHFtied for a shorter period than
one year. It Is arsucul that snch a meas
ure would not only save the committor"
use ess labor but would pro ect the ft U
mat9 expressmen from those others w o
only, do busmess for a few months 1p tho
summer or fall when busliieM Is good nd
take out a license for only one or two
Uiblo Escaped Flames.
Chicago. Jan. 21.-Of all the articles
for use In the religious services of Cen
tral church taken to the Iroquois the
ater the day. before the fire, onlv the
33lble escaped destruction. Us covers
but every word of the- text remains. Be
sides the Bible there were taken to the
theater two pulpits, a communion ser
vice and some linen.
nrTn, flt)l,eiy was od on one side
of the stage. In an alcove. The Central
church had taken a lease on the iS
nuols theater for the Sundav service
hours and the first service was to have
been held on the Sunday following the
No Charge Against Austin.
Xo complaint was filed against J V
Austin, the alleged footpad arres tec I at the
irnh,riof, Savo" South and State after
Jf had been knocked down bv C 4
Buekwalter. l-'rom Austin's : hi itemeiit uui
the fact that ho curried no arms ho CI "v
Attorney decided that In- had no erlmir...i
.itent and procured his reliase Au,.m
s a momlwr ,r the Salvation .armv a-u it
Is supposed fiat he was ho liTtent on 1
reeling people to their proper home In the
M-Xl,22r,id that hc forgot the location , f
his ow-n homo in this and wa Iced " .Vii.h
iJ:.JlfV11"lor.',cl .he b'-'cun stop,)inB
trlans to ask tho way and this nrfif.,,
coupled vJth tho general f" r of loU-Vmi'
lentiouShIm l 1,0 au"'-'ct of crlmhiVin:
Holland Society Dinner.
Xew York. Jan. 21. More than Jo
membera and B,,ca of the llol aml sol
clcty pf New l-oll: tonight attended nn
annual dinner at the Valdorf-Ator?a
Bn"nn,iIclu?,!?; 'nce." wiffj!
iimoii. itiv. Georire C I oriini.r- "tu.
Friendly Uelatlo.iH of the Datri. wm
Other Xat ono." sir v 1 lentu ne i
Cheng; "our Hero AnceMor"." Jam -f M
Bock. President Roonovcl t sent rogretSi
S105,000 Fire hi Dawson.
Daw?oi. Jan. 2I.-Fire lodav. while the
thermffmeter was X desree "below zorn
RIVERS ON A RAMPAGE
Eastern Cities Fighting fVlad
ICE GORGES BREAKING UP
Missouri and Iowa Bottoms
Handsome Residences in Indiana
Town Inundated Millions of Dol
lars of Property Endangered.
Chicago, Jan. 21. Dispatches from river
points in low'a, Indiana. Pennsylvania,
OhJo.and other. Slates received tonight,
forecust a repetition of tho disastrous
floods of last year. Ice-go'rgcs ara RoInK
cut at various poltiLs, and In some places
Uie mad Hood waters have Invaded the
cities and towns, causing- hundreds of
thousands of dollars' damage.
At Keokuk tho Indian Grove levee, on
the Mississippi, sputh of the city, has
given away, and the 'Lima, lnko levee has
also broken, causing heavy losses to
farmers having: land In -wheat. A gorc
has formed, at the mouth .of the Dos
. IWolnes river, and the water hacked Up
over miles of lowlands In the Missouri
and Iowa bottoms.
At Muncle. Ind., the "White river Is
out of bank, and several large bridges
have been carried away.
At Lopnnsport. Ind., the Ice bepan mov
ing out of the "Wabash river today, dolnpr
much damngc to. property. The - water!
overflowed I1 Htver avenue, tilling the
collars and basements of the line resi
dences along that street. Riverside park
was converted Into a lake, ami manv
families left their homes, fearing their
houses would be swept away.
At Lafayette. Ind , the river has risen
sixteen feet since midnight last nlsht.
destroying all the small boats, flooding
the lowlands nnd flJllns cellars. Peru,
a suburb, is four f-et under water.
At Dayton, O., an lee-frorpe housetop
high has formed In the Miami river north
of the city, nnd serious results are threat
ened. Sections of the Miami vallev south
of the city are flooded.
Meadvllle, Pa., Is in I he prasp of the
worst flood In Its history. Tho entire fire
.department has been called out to as
sist In saving propertv.
At Pillsburp preparations are belnjr
mn.ln f.-,- n lV..,.. ; l ..i i
iui ,1 nuiv-ui in iiiv inns .inn a
flood tomoiTow There are indications
that both the Allegheny and Monongahcln
will break up about the same time, and
both rivers comlnp out at onco will en
danger 'millions of dollars' worth o float
At Hamilton. O., the Miami river left
Its bunks lo(!ay'aniI Is ilsinp rapidly. Tho
water Inundated the.trnejcs of Urn Cincin
nati. Dayton &.Totdo tr.-u llo.i road In two
places, and thronph service frmi CInrln
nail to Davton has leen nb.indond. The
Cincinnati. Ilamllton .t Daviou railroad'n
tlcpot at North Hamilton was cut off and
During the dnv an ft e pnipe former In
Mills ereeh at Snmlusky. O.. uml u bridge
of the Iflp Four wax eanlel awa
IN SPORTING CIRCLES
VETO ON" THE BULL FIGHT.
Mayor Morris Takes n Stand Against
The people of Salt Lake who were look
ing forward to Saturday with the expec
tation of witnessing a real bull light arc
lo bo disappointed. Mayor Morris yester
day notilled Chief of Pollco Lynch that
the proposed exhibition was In violation
of tho statutes nnd -to see that the affair
was not pulled off. It is understood that
Scnor Koblcs says the bull flghl would not
result in Injury to the bull and In that
event It Is said the people would be pay
ing out money to .witness something that
was only an imitation of the real thing.
Tho law covering the matter In. ciuestion
Is section 1 126 of the revised ata lutes of
Ltah. which reads as follows-
"Kllllng or maiming animals. Cruelty
kvery person who maliciously kills
malms or wounds an animal, tho property
of another, or who maliciously and cruelly
beats, tortures or injures any animal
whether belonging to himself or another
la guilty or a misdemeanor.' ,u,ollr.
-,,H?3rlm Lnla adverso action' or tho city
authorities the promoters or the hull ihtht
Insist (hat It will be pulled orr; Thev all
ium 1 . ,R l,,a ,becr11 Postponed find that It
w-lll not bo held Smut-tin v mm-i c ...V..i
Used, hut they claim that 'action was
and no. iS lipavy fall of snow
ami not by the attitude of .Mayor Morrii
nnd .City .Treasurer JIarrls. Mr Hemh
who is in charge of the Salt, Pa ico
grounds and who Is interested in the il"ht
announced yesterday that the light woul i
be presented to the people on sitiuXv
nn.P' COtH' C th0 leather proved 0
prop tlous, and announced It as hi-? Arm
conviction that- the city authorities coB
not prevent it, as there was notlilne ol,l
Jcctlonable in the exhibition nouims ou"
TangJe Still on in Denve-
Baseball league rcLx-ivrvi Jll. u.atern
Injunction sun In the District courl hero
postponed to February st, pending nego
tiations In that city. Till? Is evidence, that
the suit Is not dismissed and tlia Lincoln
bareball men lake It that the deal be
tween George Tebcau and Manager Pack
ard of tho Denver team, for the sale of
the Denver .franchise, has not been
GOOD OUTSIDERS' DAY.
Favorites Won Fivo Out of the Six
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 21. The talent
had another bad, day at Ascotr but one
favorite, Stemwlnder. out of six, coming
home !n front. There was a good crowd
In attendance and the bookmakers again
carrier home a comfortable sum. The
feature of tho day was a hurdlo'lmndlcap
at a mile- arid a. quarter over live hurdles
Three of the contestants came to grief.
Lurdan and Ceylon fell at the first jump
and Heir Apparent lost his Jockey at the
'pat Jump. Catnbncerea, at 7 to 1, won
easily from Poorlands. the even-monev
lavorlte. who carried a bunch of weight.
Indian II was a poor third.
Weather clear, track fast Summary:
First race, one mile, selling Taxman
won, Rio Chlco second, Jlnglcr third.
Second race. 2-yenr-olds, three furlongs,
selling Brown Study won. Molar second,
Jlllonii third. Time.
Third race, handicap hurdle, miles and
a cjuarter Cambaceres won, Poorlands
second, Indian II third.
Fourth race, Slauson course, soiling
Andrattus won. Athelrosc second, Sceptre
third. Time, 1:1 1. 1
Fifth race, live furlongs, purse Elwnod
AY,0"' ,4nIKln ficcod, Atlontlco third.
S,xlh, race, Slauson course, selling
Stcmwlnder won. Best Man second, Tower
of Candles third. Time. 1:12'.
RIDER ESCAPED UNHURT.
But Onrsman Lost the Race on a
San Francisco. Jan. 21. Immediately af
ter the field broke In the fourth race at
Oakland today Oarsman, the 1-to-i fa
vorite, stumbled and threw Jockey Won
derly. The boy escaped Injury. "With
Oarsman out, the event proved cusy for
"Waawlft, a 7 to 1 chance.' Grafter was
second anrl Hugh McGowan third.
Scherzo, winner of the third race, was
bid up from $100 to JSCO by Frank Doss, but
lie was retained. Cnsclnc waa given a
bad rid j by Bell In the fifth race and after
lie appeared lo be winning waa beaten bv
Princess fitanla. the even-monev favorite.
Jockey Bullnian. suspended for rallure
o keep his engagements, will be allowed
to ride in Hie Lisrak handicap Saturday
. ,V,X.st .ar, s,?Vffn furlongs, sol line Llh
bie Candid won. Harbor second, Emily 011
v:r third. Time. 1:2SV
Second rare, inn- anrl one-half furlongs
Hfiiing-Arlsbe won, Delcarina second.
.Sea Air third. Time. :J3
Third race, five and one-half furlongs,
selling Peljorzo won. Targette second.
Quaker Girl th rd. Time. l:M .
I-ourih race, .mile and fifty vards. purse
Waswlfl won. Grafter second, Hugh Mc
Gowan third. Time. I:j3-ii.
Fifth race, futurity cour?e, purse rrin-
ihhxi.riTTme. Cnsc,I!C sccom'' Lcto,a
Sixth rac. .-oven furlongs Ethel Ab
bott won. Mountebank second, Bill Ms
sle third. -Time, i :2S-i.
- . . BALL BOSSES ON" HAND.
Lucas and McCloskcy in Zion on
Present Lucas of the Northwestern'
league" and "Honest John" McCloskcy,
who is to manage the Salt Lake team,'
are at the Wilson, hnvlng come to the
city from Butte for the purpose of rais
ing money for a guarantee. IJach team
is to put up a certllled check of $I(r.
which is to be forfeited in case the team
pulls out of the league, or If tho placrs
are taken off I lie Held during a game
Butte and Spolcune have put. Up their
money; u was shown a Tribune reporter
last night in the form of certllied checks
Iow It Is up to tin Salt Lake people ami
the Ogden management. The plan was
tried In 1M1 and 1302. and as a result
there was prettv good ball plavlng
Mr. McCloskey will do nothing with
the selection of a ti-am until the guar
t aniees aro all up. Both were very san
guine of a good year with a four-loam
league and short railroad Jumps in the
eircult. and promise a good team for Salt
: NEW BOWLING ALLEYS.
Fine Place Fixed Up for Lovers of
Xew bowling alleys for Indies and gen
tlemen, which it is said will be among the
flrcst in the West, aro being put In one of
the largo storerooms In the Commercial
Cub building on West Temple street, by
Wright & Tally. There will be Ave alloy ,
lvo of which will br partitioned off from
the others anrl reserved exclusively for la
dles Tho building 3 being quite exten
sively remodeled for the puiposo and very
ne llxtures will Ik- installed In a few days
by the Utah Store Fixture companv of this
city. It Is intended that tho allovs shall
be managed according to approved rule
and the plnce made one at which devotiM
ot the game will delight In putting hi their
Fight Game Dead in Boston.
Boston Jan. 21. The carrying out of a
plan of the Boston police to atop all no
hlg exhibitions and prize lighting in j;0"i.
t6n today resulted in the Holding to the
grand jury of Joe Cnoynskl and Kid Car
ter, who were arrested Tuesdnv night -u
the Criterion Athletic club after Carter
had knocked Cnoynskl out In the ilrst
round lilghl others were arrested on
charge of aiding and abetting a nri-e
light ind were held to the grand Jurv Ea'il
for each was placed at
FnmouB rumirr that i.t nutnlici i ,1 U
"freight rate report
(Continued from page 1.)
mer B. Jones, Ned J. TCessler. B. IT.
Ivutncwflkv, J. B. Jem-on, B J. Covey.
Denver; It. K. Taylor, H. Pembroke,
Dorsey Ashe. L. If. Harding. H. P. M.v
tpn. J. T. Treasure. J. M. Marriott, H.
G. 'Sleator and Roscoe Drccden.
NSW BOAPwD ACTS TONIGHT.
Tonight the new board will meet and
elect the officers for the year Col.
Holmes ls In the Jead so far as talk goes,
but there are several others In the run
ning Gov. Wells. Joseph A. Silver, now
vice-president, and Simon Bamberger.
For the other offices they are talking of
L. H. Farnaworth. S. 11. Love. J. W,
Houston. C. A. Quicley and J. G. Mac
Donald. It is thought probable that Mr.
Karnsworth will be mado treasurer.
WORK OF THE PEANUT TRUST
Story About Incrcasd in Price
Understood by the Local
A story brought to this city esterday
by; tho1 press dispatches to the effect that
pdanut-users of the East view with alarm
the alleged growing scarcity of the tooth
some "goobers," caused by the Southern
farmers giving up peanut raising to cn
gago in 'cotton growing, on account of the
high price' of the latter commodity, la not
taken seriously bv Salt Iakc City whole
sale' dealers. .In fact, when one of them
ias riucsuoneu on me hudjcci, jie k
tho newspaper representative a sly wink
and a knowing smile.
"That story rounds good very good."
said he. "but there's nothing to It Its
simply an Ingenious little romance bear
ing very plainly the earmarks of the pea
nut trust We've seen others like It. nnd
it has the familiar look, of an old friend.
The trust wanted an excuse for raising
the price of peanuts, and It found a way
of turning tills llterarv gom over to the
news agencies The price of peanuts has
been advanced recently to us from 1 cent
to m cenis a pound, the nuts wc paid
S-7i cents for a short time ago wo must
now pay 7 cents for. But we don't take
any stock In the claim of the price of
cotton causing a scarcity of peanuts. The
trusts would raise the price whether there
was a scarcity or not they only want
to let the consumers down as easy as
possible. The fact Is. there are very
few peanuts raised In the cotton-growing
States of the South. Four-llfth of the
mtlrc supply of peanuts used In this
country .-.re raised In Virginia and Ten
nessee, and the coiton is nil rained south
of those Statey Wo could import pea
nuts here from Japan for a rent less a
'Pound than the trust' price for Virginia
and Tennessee peanuts, but they are not
of ?o good a tpjaJlly. They nrp much like
the California peanut thick hull and lit
tle meiit." 'The trust bus complete con
it ol of thci Tennessee and Virginia prod-
uv, iiiiii.ii: io in.- it-i. in, Villi I llT Ull-
talncrl. and that is why the price Is soar
ing. No. r don't think tho advanced prtci
wll make a gieat deal of difference in
tho con8ump(ion. at least not In propor
tion to tho Increased cost. Peanuts are
a luxury which those addicted to their
u.vo will have, unless they should go en
tirely out of reach. We handle four ear
loads a year of peanuts, or about 120 -
pounds. ThlH would mean J1JW) a Year
extra which will to the trust through' our
hous alone, hy reason of the laie ad
vance, and at thai rate the trust can af
ford to have tho consumption lessened
Levee at White House.
Wa.s-hlngton. Jan. 21. The second of the
formal levees at the White House for
the season, the reception of President and
Mrs. Roosevelt to the Judiciary, was held
tonight. There were 17fItJ guests present
Tho diplomatic corps, headed bv the dean
Count Casslm. Hus?lan Umbassador. at
tended in a body. All of them. In ac
cordance with a special request mnde
through Count Caaahil. wore full uniforms.
Tho Dirty "Teeth" of the Razor
A ,raz.?,r ,K n saw- n'ot a knife, and It
works like a saw. not like a knife, ru
der the mlcroscoiK- Its edge la sen to have
Innumerable line saw teeth. When these
teeth are clogged with dirt honing and
stropping will do no good. Dipping it in
hot water dissolves out the debris from
betyecn the teeth.
j ""aLittle j
I' Hpplied to I
Try leaving it off 10 j
days and see how
much better I
b you feel I
PSf USB j
! - (Soffee!
used in its place will
help the. experiment, j
If you like to "Feel Fit
as a Lord," And be able 1
to "move things" j
TRY IT! I
Small babies quickly grow to
large babies when fed on Mcl
lin's Food, Mcllin's Food
furnishes material for growth. !
A snmplc of Mcllin's Food costti you nothing
but the asking. Will you not then asU for
it for your baby's sake?
MELLIN'8 FOOD CO.. BOSTON, MASS.
The Ivers &: Pond. Pianos. f
Full rtock of stxlea, Jjj
$ superb In tone. Qualities g
S Agenta for the CHASB & &
j&BAKIDR PIANO PJjAYER JjA
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
CJOECNT BUCKLE & S02T,
235 SO. UAIN ST.
CP. 0. Box 6S2. Salt Lake Cit
"A ting of beauty is a fc
I joy forever." You can
readily procure something
of thnt kind from our ex-
j tensive stock of beautiful f
LYON k CO., 143 Main St
j OF LATE, HAS BEE2T SUB,-
PRISED IN HIS OWN HOUSE
BY HAVING GOOD CIGABS j
BM AND CIGARETTES PASSED
ABOUND AFTER A DINNER.
SURPRISED BECAUSE HIS
M WIFE BOUGHT THEM. EASY
jj FOR A WOMAN TO GET THE
RIGHT THING IN TOBACCO
j I Where ths
j j Cars Stop. j
lp effectually remoJl'ocl T,-lth
I "hC! Ruahmcr srlnds the lenses.
-riiVCS ,n SnorouBh examination !
i-iuh, nnd. for a modcrato prlc. t
RDSflAlER'S OPTICAL PARLOR 5
I ' 73 W. 1st So. St. '
I 'Phone 1763-K.
EtTSfFB TH MIDDLE.
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W V 3 y y,aaK no matty
B Cs9 i j Trom vrhat cause; und.
vcl?Pcl: haro stricture.
No drugB or cloctrlclty: 76.000 cured tod
f0KPe, 3 ?S- "TRIAL. Sender
Writ, dar Cnn ",ctL OuaraBteS
SALT USE TURF "
I Eik Liquor Qj
I Bottled Br, 1 T
I Thone 2065.. a !
Ksald the chof why d0,., J(
'ijlronB and a,v;ay3 Jl;
I This trademark alwa.yB a Pj.
of high aunllty. T.
j HEWLETT BEOS. CO.
B CARPENTER. C0W b
B H. F. WILLIAMS
100 E, 2ND soT ,
M All kinds of woodwork,
a everj'thlnp from the maldcc i-J.
R and pattorna to repalxbis u tt
R a house, ,a rufo
LUMBER, COAL, ' I
a Burton Coal 5c Lumberffe
' Tnrd and office !ST Fifth
f, Up-tovm office K Mr. Scorifit
Telephone K E1
The State Bank oHS'
; Oornor Main and South Tsepi
! Salt Lata aty. P.ii
70SEPK F. 3MITH. Pred4.it
WILLIAM B PRE9TOK, VItf?r
CHA.RLEB a BURTON. CaiUtt. f H
MBJiRT T. al'gVTAN. AU Cuii
GENERAL BANKING BUSjfc,
Account!? SoKclted. Spedil atti
country trade Comenpoofoso M duA:
CAPITAL PAID IK, WML fc5
OcnorrU UaWa; In aU U truii
Director? J. E Cosjiriff, Joh J.l .
O. J. Sallobtur. Moylan C Ta S
CoHBrlfT, V.' P. Nobis. GwraiJL
Johji W. Donnlan .V. F HcHtt. tJ.
I ffolt LaI:o City, V'1 PaV
I Eeubllphtd 132. Cjp
I Thfi Ohlt and Strontrvrl BciB;-
' CaplUl 7TZ. I 5lC3t
Surpluo ..UM Me
Undlvldwl Proflts ....... I
Tronsivcta a- central buiklct N 1 1
domootlo nd foreign. a bt
Direct cootwcUona -rith bulM ftiB
prlcdpal clUes of the worll IW
Drafte". I JmkCU,
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Tclocraphlc TTansMrs. ) Vvj c
Deposito received subject wpirfj
H. L. MILDER. Cuiifllicnr
jf. P. CLARK. Awl "fcMo
Q. XJUN fc CO., , .
The Mercantile Agtfjtfi
GEORGE RUST. Mi
lOfflca In Progress BMg jMkik.
PKE.LY PAID, 'Jjjfcjf
SATT LAKE J&1'
teatflhljubed 15E9. 'TbSBk
' Transact a Gnoral fSjSmtmi
SAFE DEPQ3IT BQCCB3 yoJJtffir
I UNITED STATES CflP0J1'. '
Salt LaTco C'. 3Z;:
L a hills. M09Bi2SS??
te. a. touno. Jitomfi
Caabler. A" WJlw
, Sa deposit boicr for
'NATIONAL BANK 0 1Jti$
U. S. DEP033TAKT. Jgg.
FRANK IvNOX - 'viZ)iiinfrltr
JAMES A. MURRAY -Vlc' j.
W. F. ADA2JS 'VlM iy Ca-,
CAPITAL PAID IX ECh
Exchanco drawn on the Vr-
of Europe. r nUBS1 tur
INTEREST PAID ON Tjffjlffta1,
ycX30ENIOK & CO., lffi
Salt Lake 0117. fefc
" rt r
T Thton assay orsicSi jg
U i,t, s. HANAUE ngjjjf
Removed to Iffi South 'Vjm
SAMPLES BY MAJIj AJP kAJ,J
.will receive prompt all cnu
work a cpcclalty SendfolfKere,
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