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H i' ! 2 The Salt Lake TurcTOSjE: Tbxtrsdat MonmG, February Tl, 1904. .
I' j'; 'FAVOR BETTER
lit - '
' i TRUSTEES AND COUNTY OFFI-
: ! , j ; CIALS WORK FOR CON-
. J l - SOLIDATION.
j ' " TJio trustees of thu school district pro-
; ' ,; posed to bo consolidated Into District No.
jj j 5 met with the Board of County Commls-
. J . sioncrs and County Superintendent of
M '' j Schools Ashton yesterday.. The trustees
! i I 'of I3lff Cottonwood district, Nos. 2S and 37,
.' , did not receive notlllcatlon "of tho meeting
' In time to be present but telephoned that
! j tht-v were In favor of the consolidation.
j : The two Ttiylorsvlllc districts, N'os. 33
nnd C4, were In sympathy with the propo-
i i sltlon. but the county officials had some
. i objections to overcome from the trustees
( ,1 of the three Murray districts. Noa. 21. 25
i ! nnd K. Whllo they opposed the consoll-
' i i datlon of the districts of the county Into
1 1 elzht districts they were In favor of thu
i , , t encme to put the entire county Into a
' ) I :iorth and u sputh district.
I " The trustees of tho Sugar'nouse. Moun-
I tain Dell and East Mill Creek districts,
proposed- to be consolidated Into District
No, l, will mt with the 'county authorl-
1 ties today The trustees of proposed DIs-
, , 1 trlct No. 2 will mftot with the Commls-
' ! loners and Superintendent some - tlmo
next week. The matter will then have
leen dlscusssd with all of the trustees of
I jjhc, county.
I 'T ' , i TC CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
I IDruKBlsts refund money If It falls to
' ' ' 'Cure. E. W. Grove's signature on dox.
I; ' WAR IN CHINA
1 f '
Chaplain marvin tells uni
$ vers it y students of the
! boxer campaign.
, , c .
j Chaplain Marvin of Ft. Doufclns ad
dressed tho students of the University of
' tUtah yesterday morning on the subject.
j "My Experiences In the Chinese Boxer
' Campaign of 19(0." At the outbreak of tho
' war Chaplnln Marvin was In tho Phlllp
! ' pines, but was soon assigned to the Ninth
Infantry under Col. Llceum, and ordered
i -to proceed as speedily as possible to
' China. The speaker drew a map on the
' blackboard and used It to good advantage
In explaining the movements of the
I troops. Ho described tho attack on Tien
I Tsln and ascribed the great slaughter of
T the Americans to the dangerous position
i , which they held. The walls. 60 feet high
and 30 feet wide, afforded good protection
ji to their Chinese defenders, but they woro
'i finally captured. After this victory his
1 , "company was dispatched to Peking, and
I , ..he explained at length the positions and
' 1 movements of the various foreign troops.
I , The speaker ascribed tho war to tho
i I publication of a book by an English Ad
. ir.lral. In which he advocated the division
1 of China among tho powers, and not to
- missionary Interference, as has generally
.been supposed. Tho speaker denounced
S ' the cruel methods adopted by the Rua
1 ' slans toward the Chinese and was Inclined
i ; 1 J j "to praise the Japanese for their kind and
;' 1 1 cr.nsldcrato attitude.
I'll 1 Miss Hallle Foster sang sweetly "Good
" 1 ' 'lght," and responded to an enthusiastic
1 i 1 encore with "I'll Sing to Thee."
- Hotel Halls. Pleasant and comforta
ijl blc, reasonable. 3rd So. and State.
I, ' ....
j ;;NEW BOARD ON
ii OLD BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
U ' STEPS OUT AND NEW ONE
j ' I TAKES HOLD.
,, (! Three members of the new Board of
! ' 'jj - Public Works have qualified and the old
' ! jj Aboard held Its last, meeting yesterday af-
' i f li-moon. The meeting of the old board
' i J Ivns held for the purpose of disposing of
I i J .omc old matters, the full particulars of
. 11 " which It woulfl be trying for the new mcm-
fi l;pra to famitlalze themselves vltll.
i Chairman Wall and Members Rlter and
I Fisher of the new board were present at
, vtho mcetlne yesterday and talked over
'matters In an Informal way with the out-
1 I Agoing board. Tho first meeting of the
i new board will probably be held tomorrow
'Q v.af tcrnoon.
-I' -t WELL TOLD.
H' ' C Doctor Explains Feeding Without
H . "It Is a well substantiated fact," says
j t 7-a Maine phyeiclan, "that a very large
H "per cent of the ailments of humanity
H .are due to errors In ttlet causing lndi-,
H , ' yestlon and the myriad affections fol-
H ' blowing in Its train. It was Dr. Aber-
H j '-I'.athy, I believe, who said 'One-fourth
H I "of what wo eat keeps us, the other
H ' " "three-fourths we keep at our peril.'
V "Loas of tlC8h from whatever Imme-
b- . -dlate cause Is due primarily to nutrl-
H I Jtional disturbances Involving defective
V 'r.is.slnillatlon. With these prefatory re-
1 , 'marks I wish to relate briefly a cane of
Hl j' mine (not the only one, by any means),
H ' 3,n which Grape-NutH was the connect-
H t ( -oing link between c?.case and health.
H ' i w "It was u ense of chronic gastritis
M I m where the patient had sc-en the round?
H '. ! of much stereotyped treatment and
H whcrc there was much depression
H ' ! ; tcau&ed by long persistence of distress at
H' f ' , .-"the stomach pain, gas and burning
H , foon after eating.
H ( "Though I had been regulating the
Hk ; . "filet considerably whil? giving medicine
B , i it occurred to me that 1 would try icgu-
W j .Jtlng it without medicine, and in look-
B ; ing about among the foods I soon
K . Jfound Grape-Nuts was the best adapted
B ! J! lo my purpose. Starting In with Grapc-
BBBH 1 Nutu alone I allowed my patient to take
BBBBH ( it first with hot water and a very little
BBBBBj j 1 1 "j;ugar at Intervals of three hours. Af-
BBb ll, tater a few days I Instructed the pa-
BBBBV II Y 'k-nt to use It with warm milk. (It
BBBBM it hould have been served with cream on
BBBBT ; : he start.)
H I l iw "Improvenient way marked from the
BBBBH lj first. The eructations of gas were at
BBBBM, l' oro greatly diminished and the terrible
BBBBM ' 111 i burning and distress were lessened In
BBMBM jEij JLj proportion, while the spirits brightened.
BBMBM. ly, V4 At the end of two weeki, my patient had
BBMBM jlJ. io far Improved that she was allowed
BMMBr l .1 ;rome chicken broth which digested pcr-
MVMVJ nu fcctly. It has been over two months
MVMvh and snc nas eradually 'ncreased her diet
MVMM llf ' n variety until It now Includes all that
MvMvMV lit' Sis needed to avoid monotony and maln-
MMMy' - "Grupe-i'utP, however, still holdn a
MvAvM tfll' prominent place on her table, as It will
MMBJ if ! 'ontlnue to do, for she realizes that (t
MMBj y l.s a sheet anchor " Name of the physl-
MMMMf l5nn t''en by Postum Co., Battle Creek.
MVH-jJV 1 yilch
MvMWSv Look In each pkg. for the famous little
MMjTbook, "The Road to Wellvllle,
" FOUR CONVICTS
Abe Majors Laughs When His
Warrant Is Road.
CONSIDERS IT A JOKE
Men Who Led In the Broak
They Will Be Tried on the Charge
of Assault With Intent
Abe Majors laughed when the officers
rend him the warrants charging assault
with Intent to kill and attempting to es
cape from the State prison at the tlmo of
the break on October 9th. Ho was In a
cell at the prison yesterday when two.
deputy sheriffs called and read the for
"You don't say," ho remarked with n
half sneer and a smile. "I am in for life
and I think that's about enough to hand
nnc fellow. So I am to be tried again.
Suppose you give mo ten years or even
twcnt. bow will that help you? I am In
for good, anyhow, but you might keep
me hCTe soveral years after my tlmo la up
That won't bother me a great deal."
Majors seemed to enjoy the visit of the
officers. He laughed when they read the
charges and sneered In his QUllcn way at
their evident desire to impose upon him an
additional penalty. He declared that ho
was willing to be tried for tho offense,
hut didn't think much of a case could bo
made against him.
Deputy Sheriffs Cowan and Smith were
given tho warrants for the arrest of tho
four convicts for service. They called at
the prison yesterday and visited each of
the men separately. To each a warrant
was read charging both asHault with In
tent to kill and attempting to escape. The
four men are Majors, Connors, Waddcll
An additional chargo of robbery was
read to Waddell. He Is accused of hav
ing stolen the watch of Guard Jacobs
during tho light with tho guard. Waddell
made no comment, but listened stoically
to the reading of the camplalnts
Connors Is serving a life sentence for
murder. In addition to that he has a ten
years' term, which was Imposed for tho
crime of burglary. According to the court
tho last acntence "shall be served ut the
expiration of the former." In case he Is
convicted of the charges which were
made against him yesterday, he will have
from ten to twenty more years to serve
after his term of life Imprisonment has
"It makes no difference If he and Majors
are In for life, they must be prosecuted
for any other crimes they commit," said
Deputy Warden Wright yesterday. "If
they killed some ono I guess we ought not
to prosecute them sllmply because they
arc now serving a life sentence They
could commit all kinds of crimes and be
Immune from punishment If we followed
Although the men were under arrost and
In confinement, they were rearrested by
the deputy sheriffs yesterday. The depu
ties stood outside the bars and read the
warrants to the prisoners, who were on
the Inside. It Is likely that the men will
be brought before the court for trial early
in March. An attorney will be appointed
by the court to conduct tho defense.
The engagement of Thomas J. Smith In
"Tho Gamekeeper" opens at the Grand
theater tonight. The play Is a tale of the
Emerald Isle and It will be remembered
how It pleased Salt Lake audiences last
The next attraction at the Salt Lake
Theater will be "Rosemary." In which
Howard Kyle, so popular In Salt Lake. Is
the star. The engagement opens next
Tonight the musical comedy, "The Loan
of a Lovr," will be given In tho Eloventh
Ward Mcctlng-house, with, an excellent
"Don't fail to: hear .Utah's greatest
singer, Agatha Berkhocl, Friday evening."
S elegant Presents given away free
ut the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and Cut
Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store.
227 Main st. Sales today at 2:30 and
7:30 o. m. 1
THAT CASE OF W0QLLEY.
Senator Heyburn of Idaho Would
Like to See Them Made
Washlnton, Feb. 10. Following up tho
matter of tho charges against Bishop
Woolloy. nomlnattd for assaycr In charge
of the Boise City assay office, Senator
Heyburn today sent this message to tho
Sjatesman at Boise, the editor of which
bad asked that a copy bo forwarded to
"Being the author of the charges, you
probably already have copies. I sincerely
fiopo you will publish everything connect
ed with the charges und tho refutation of
the same. Take any Bteps necessary to
get thorn and I will help If my services
The Senator Is not pressing the. matter
in committee but Is anxious to have tho
entire subject thoroughly, aired. He Is
conlldcnt that Woollcy will bo contirmed.
Senator Heyburn appeared before the
Senate Public Lands commlttco today In
behalf of his mcasuro for limiting tho
right of selection of public lands in lieu
surrendered by the railroad land grants.
The bill was referred to a subcommittees
to Inquire Into tho matter and report to
the full committee.
-V CONDITION OF SENATOR
Washington, Feb. 10. Shortly
-f after 7 o'clock tho doctors Issued
-f tho following bulletin on Senator
-f- Hanna'n condition- -f
-f "Mr. Hanna's temperature at 7 -f
o'clock was ICO 2-10; pulse, W; res- -f
4- plratlon, 24. There has been some
Irritability of the stomach.- Other- -f
wise, the symptoms are favorable
-f and there are no complications -f
4- "RIXEY, -f
4- "CARTER. ' -f-
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for Bnfants and Ch " " ' '
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUn COMPANY. 7T MUnHAV nTnCCT, NCW VOn CITY.
Mrs. Frank Murphy, wife of the Gover
nor of Now Jersey, died last night at
Trenton of apoplexy.
John A. Roche, former Mayor of Chi
cago, died suddenly In that city yesterday
during an attack of vertigo.
W. W. Copeland, president of tho San
Francisco Typographical union. Is dead
as the result of falling through an open
elevator-shaft lato last night.
The Blue Point Cigars
Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
by Whltaker & Dallas, Gl West 2nd
South. Telephone 20C2x.
WORK OF REBUILDING
CITY OF BALTfMORE
Citizens Rise to the Emergency, and
Reconstruction Will Be Com
menced at Once.
Baltimore, Feb. 10 At a meeting to
day a joint committee of the Legisla
ture called to confer with the Mayor,
Board of Public Works and leading citi
zens, It was unanimously agreed to re
port a bill today asking the United
States Government to send soldiers to
Baltimore to police tho fire district.
The committee will also report In fa
vor of an Immediate appropriation by
tho Legislature. Mayor McLane said
that he will appoint an emergency com
mittee of representative citizens to act
as an advisory board to the municipal
This was another day of ceaseless
labor on the part of the otllcials and
business men of crippled Baltimore.
System has been brought out of chaos,
and with cheerful pluck the labor of
rehabilitation has been begun. Archi
tects are being consulted, labor ar
ranged for, and already orders for
structural material are going forward.
Financial Institutions are today busily
engaged In carting their securities and
funds to temporary ofhees outside the
confines of the-burned district.
Bunldlng Inspector Preston was ex
tremely busy today due to the clamor
for permits by large business and llnan
clal houses to rebuild.
CIVIL WAR VETERAN
Eugene II. Dunning, No. 1 Ilawko's
ccurt, was examined as to his sanity by
County Physician Mayo before County
Clerk James yesterday and committed to
the Stato mental hospital at Provo. Dun
ning fs an old soldier of the Federal army
and sustained an Injury to his head dur
ing the Civil war which resulted In his
Ho was all right up to about four years
ago, when he commenced to lose his rea
son and has gradually become worse since
that time. Ho Imagines he hears voices
and cries and laughs without any provo
cation. It Is also said that he wanders
from home and scares people by looking
through tho windov3 of their homes. Dun
ning has a wife and two daughters living
in this city.
21 GIi est that ame in
Ib sure to attract the attention of every
New England woman and with pride In
her heart she marvels that it is so strong
and well preserved. This is due to the
fact that it has received prompt attention
when any signs of weakening were shown. (
So the woman of to-day may keep her
strength and preserve her good looks if
she gives immediate attention to the first
symptoms of any womanly weakness.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription prompt
ly cures disease and restores strength to
all women who are weakened by any
womanly disease and are run down by
maternal and household cares.
WHO CANNOT BE CURED.
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no other remedy for the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women ever ,
attained, the proprietors and makers of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in
legal money of the United States, for any
case of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, Pro
lapsus, or Falling of Womb which they
cannot cure.t All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their mcan9 of cure.
World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Stella Johnson, of 18 Drady St., Dayton,
Ohio, writes . " 1 was troubled with were pains
every month when I wrote to you for advice.
After following your directions. I am happy to
wy that nflcr five years of uutold suffering I
have not had any pains since first using your
Favorite Prescription.' I thank God and Ur
R. V Pierce for the health I now enjoy. I sliull
urge other wotucu who suffer as 1 did to use
your medicine "
Take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant JPcllcts instead
of any other laxative.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B 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.
J. E. Cosgrlff. Pros E. W. WMlson, Cashier.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
j; J. Daly, W. P. Noble. Vice-Presidents.
A. H Peabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus J- ..513,33C,S12.-I0
Undivided Profits )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic ind forclzn.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of the world.
Drafts. ) On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Transfers, ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1S-U. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency,
GEORGE RUST. General Manager.
Utah, Idaho and Womlng
Office in Progress bldg.. Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. r200.COO.CO.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1S59. Incorporated 1903.
Trnnsact a General Banking Business
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
T)ESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Luko City. Utah.
Capital, S500,O00. Surplus, S250,000
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER.
H- S. YOUNG. E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A, MURRAY Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN, T300.000.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exchango drawn on the principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
jyjcCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
T T NION ASSAY OFFICE,
M, S. HA.NAUER, Manager.
Removed to 162 South W. Tomple,
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attontlon. Analytical
work a spcclclty. Send for price list.
JW. CTJRRIE, ASSA YER,
W. 3rd South, Salt Lake City.
SMJ LME TOF
California and Eastern Races.
Unequalled in Purity
OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS
' OSWEGO CORN STARCH. g
"aavj-iiu,niiii in i.Ty,'fMmi.-TTgTi-.-Br.rTa-..
The Largest Selling Brand of
4HHH"HH- HIHItH HHHHHI -K1011 '
I Several Bargain OfferingsSome May LaS
I Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
I V Hteifs Walking Skirts andgi
I ' Press SkirtsNear to mi g
! Less Than Half Price, i
Ten handsome dress skirts, one only of each stj'le. Seasonable the year around. (W isS60
i black misrral skirt priced at regular 35. One black velvet, 32.50 the regular price. Oneblac'
f roile, 32.50. One black velvet, $25. One black velvet, 18.50. One black canvas cloth, $003 l'S
T One black cheviot, 30. One black cheviot, 22.50 regular. Choose any one at half regular prici K'
Two black camelhair skirts. 30 one reduced to 13.75. The 35 to 15.
Walking skirts, black, blue and Oxford gray cloth, handsomely made, smart styles. uS
" til now 10.75, 11.50, 12 and 12.75 skirts, twenty only, all one priced and a choice for 45.95 lo 1
X Cloth walking skirts, mixture effects, black, brown and oxford gray, fifteen altogether
f Until now sold at 4.50, 1.75, 5, 5.75, G and 0.75 choice 2.05. gi iw
I Cloth walking skirts, twelve only of these, oxford gray color, 1.45, 2 and 2.50 value!
T for clearance 75c. ' jjtc
Brokon Assortment of Good Flannels, j
'' Up to 60c a Yard for 19c. i
Many will do for shirt waists, for klmonas and
-f some for little girl's dresaes. French flannels. Tricot
-f flannels. Provo linscy, etc. Up to 60 a yard regular, -i
X choice 19c. j
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Remnants of Wash Fabrics, 10c to :
30c a Yard Kinds--5c a Yard. :
X Velours, flannelettes, sateens, ginghams, percales,
4- organdies, mostly 5 to 20 yard pieces nnd 10c to 30c
X a. yard values. "While they last 5c a yard. j
H I I IH H I I I It I I H H I M I, I H ) K 4
i Valentines-Half Price. i
f Excellent Assortment., i
T Above three hundred to pick from. Sentimental. 4
X comic poetry, prose and motto kinds, qalnt shapes, j
made of card board, paper, celluloid, lc each 1
and all between prices up to 75c HALE THESE 3
X PRICES. 4
BELLS AND BUZZERS
arc Rieat time and labor savers, both In
Ihe ofllco nnd home, We mako a special
ty of theso convnlcnces and can supply
you from tho gentlest buzzer whoso buzz
Is no louder than the humming bird's to
tho boll with a clang loud nnoush to wake
tho soundest sireplng servant girl In thu
morning. And If any electric devices In
your house or office arc
OUT OF REPAIR
wo can fix them expertly and quickly.
Batteries renewed, wires Insulated, con
nections made. Charges unreasonably
I. M. HIGLEY & CO..
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East First South. Telephone 752.
ON AX.L, CAB. LINES.
Try it the Next Time You
Go Up. j
S. C. EWING, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and stock
men. RATES $2 A DAY AND UP.
lj Any slckporon vrliohQ8noTcrcnlItiaoiono ffl
n Kboald writo the Liquid Ozono Co., 2W Kinzln ffi
n BU, Chicago. Thoy vrlllAnnd yon ooordor on ffi
yoar dniKcIrt for a H)-cont bottle treo, If ja
W will atuto ibo dJaitue lo bo treated. Efl
: Beautiful Franch Novelty Writing h l
: Paper-Half Priced. 5jj
The paper is the choicest kind of quality, but fj :f
colors arc a hit too "Frenchy" some one said, M0 t3
- comes half the price. "Toilc de Brabant," In roi jsW.
I blue, wine color, dark gray, light gray and H
- shades; novel shape envelopes. Excellent correspoai il 1
I once paper, sold until now at 7oc a box HALF THI 1"'';
- PRICE 3Sc. j yfhV
; HHiHtmiitMWMii t imu
: AH Golf Gloves Gnd Mittens- ;
Good assortments of both golf gloves a
- mittens. For women and children. 35c, 50c, 63c, n i'n
. and $1 a pair kinds In white, black, red, gray, brow i Ht
; HALF REGULAR PRICE FOR ANY. i
Children's mittens sold regularly at 35c, 50c, 'It', .tida
' 'pair yid women's at 35c, G5c, $1.25, $1.50 and J1.t
' HALF THESE PRICES. ''ff
-Hr-r-M H It I I H I I M t I t rt MMMtrMtttt j
EYE COMFORT... j
i, Every pair of glasses will not a
I give it to you. They must be prop- M
L; erly adjusted- to the defect to give
y your ejes the needed comfort. We w
j: don't charge you for testing your H
; eyes, and our prices are reason- fa
able for all work done. h
I RUSBMER'S OPTICAL PARL0R5
fj 73 W. 1st So. St.
I PORTLAND CEMENT, I
ICOOER, COAL. j
Burton Coal & Lumber Co,
Yard and office, 363 W. Fifth South.
Up-town office. 66 W. Second South. ;
3 Telephone EOS. '
! . . : illCU
- - v 0 Here's a great lot
I Ql I I Vfl of $1.50 and $2.00
k V7 JT Sft Shh'iS- BPl
jjyl ITkL s 800( qualities'
SvliTi yw) as we have ever!
mw sl,own at
fZ4dti i !- Wk?Wa& The'v'r0 subjcct i i5?
VaM - !-' 'WyT c -''our ehoice now li
ffetyLCJ V. Just think of it-
a mMimT3 One Dollar for 51?
r W?M Mi 1 ' shirts (ve usually sell
fiQWlmWr2 Plaited and plain;
6 soft bosom styles, of fine radras cloths. v1
g Good for winter or summer wear. .ji ee
Better replenish rour shirt stock now.
2 J. P. GARDNER Kt !
Orders By Mail Promptly Filled. y
I "Sterling" on silver is a guarantee of Its reUabilit7 I
1 "OTJD STERLING" on Whiskey is a guarantee that it Jjgj
' r is one of the finest bc.arbons In the world. We're sole
P agents. i
I RIEGER & LINDLEY, ?
p "The Whiskey Merchants." 'Jet
COTTON Tin Y
Better than, any Eastern make. Will
, cost jou loss money. Ask your deal
i or for them. Look for our trade
Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
Salt Lake City. Utah-
l1?!0' l? ,al1 part3 ot tne dty. 'Phono I
&rKAdaVcVS.0rder8 'r thB bMt I
Vitnna Model Bakery 1
I eveohingfrom Jng or b""