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111 IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
II ';j BALL TEAM ON
" j THE ROAD.
J jj SAINTS WILL CROSS SWORDS
l WITH OGDEW AND LOGAN,
; i . AND MAY WIN.
; J 1 ' Tno L., D. S. U. basketball team lcavos
n,. J;'. , for Ocdcn tills mornlnpr and1 tills aftcr
: ( " no6n will cross sxverds with the northcrn
' I j ' ors In a league basketball same. They cx-
I f,i prct to come out with flying colors in
J j ! this panie, - but- look for a rattling good
I ' j contest with the 1Ogan aggregation to
, , i morrow. Since their narrow escape In
t , ! T If st week's game with the Loganltcs they
i , 1 1"( have been practicing day and night, and
! ,' are no longer depending on tho partiality
1 1 . of. chance, Taylor, tho old-time star ccn
i j 'J lor, linn been out for practice every day
' nnd will participate in the Logan contest.
I : I, The locals an? more desirous than ever
' ' of winning this contest, for their long-talkcd-of
Colorado trip and future plans
depend very much upon Its outcome. Tho
i Cheyenne Business College team, which
Just lately defeated the victor- team of
) Tolorado. thereby winning the, champion
ship of Wyoming and Colorado, hns just
, ' Intely made a double proposition to tho
4 Saint?. They offer to assist Boulder In
S , , arranging a schedule so that the Saints
'. , ! can pinko their much-desired Colorado
! "Wyoming trip, hut In return they nsk the
Saints to comhlno with tho other Utah
, league teams and give them a Utah trip
; ' similar to the one given the Boulder team
last year. T'rovo has practically con
sented to come In on the schemo and tho
Saints will now endeavor to perauado the
1 T.oganltcs to do likewise. If they defeat
I i ' Logan In tomorrow's game tho northern
j era wlirbrohably lm willing to admit .their
. 1 superiority and Join with them In bring
ing the Cheyenne team here. However,
; '' should tho Loganltcs prove victorious they
' i mlgVrt lay a temporary claim to tho cham
, f plonshlp and claim the honor of ropre-
scntlng Utah In any outside contests,
i i This would be a serious Jar to the Balpts
1 1 1 plans and tho temporary cessation resnlt
" lug therefrom might be sufficient to spoil
( the entire plan as now proposed.
II LONG SHOTS WERE
.'-j AT, THE FRONT
I San Francisco, Feb. 11. Long shots
l.i I w.ere to the front at Inglcside today, only
J, one favorlto winning. A heavy rain fell
l j 'ill afternoon. The 2-year-old race went
I I to- Bo7e Ely, who was plavcd from 10) to
1 to 30 to 1. Speaker Fontana. the fa-
,( voiite, showed little speed.. The Don, a
; 15 to 1 chance, landed the fourth race
1 t from Esherln. Stlllcho, the- favorite, wan
' j third. I,etola outclassed the field In the
, r t'fth and had no trouble beating Bombar-
. V dier and George Berry. Tho Inst event
j I went to G W. Trahorn, a 10 to 1 shot,
T ' v.hlle Axmlnster, tho opening favorite,
; ' 1 was second; Sailor Knot, pjayed from 4
I : 1 to 1 to t to 1, got away very poorly, but
ii ! I Unlshcd third. Results.
. f '5 First race. Futurity course, selling
" i'j Fair Lady Anna won, Handpress second.
j Whiskers. Time. 1:13.
!1 Second race, three and a half furlongs,
, j nurse Bozo Ely won. Edith Vice, second,
i Miss .Order third. Time. .4-1
Third race, one mile, selling Glissando
, ( won. Pastmastcr second, Emilv Oliver
k third. Time, 1:46.
j Fourth race, mile and seventy vards
I'll The Don won. Esherln second, Stillcho
! ' third; Time, 1:49V.
1 1 J Fifth race, six- furlongs, selling Letola
'If ;( won. Bombardier second. George Berry
; . I third. Time. 1:17.
'!' , Sixth race, one mile and fifty vards,
J selling G. W Trahern' won. Axmlhstor
' second, Sailor Knott third. Time, 1M7.
i 'I " Three Favorites Won.
, 'f, 'Los Angeles, Cal.. Fob. 11. Thrco fa-
; h yorites and three second choices won at
i Ascot today and the public was more suc-
jl cessful than usual. Ucdfern rode thrco
winners. Weather fine, track good. Ro-
i ; suits:
i "First race, 'one mile, maidens Turtle
I i won, MIstlctide second, Capitol third.
.( , Time. 1:43, '
' 1 ' Second rac. . one mile, selling J. V.
! ! Klrby won, Iras second; .Louwolsea third.
",L, Time. 1:4:. ...
j, . Third rare, one mile, selling Lunar
,, H won. Cane,fo second, Air. Robinson third.
I i'j . Time, 1:421.
i ,1 ' Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
j. 'tfl Golden Mineral won, Pat Bulger second,
I, , ft Palm Reader third. Time, 1M4.
Ill'i Fifth race, mile and a quarter, selling
. V 8 Greenock .won, Platonlus second, Dia
.'I - mante third. Timo, 2:07.
t"' tfi L " J Sixth , race, seven furlongs, selling
1 Straggler -won. Ultruda second, villas
' j Jin third. Time, 1:2$.
I. i f New Orleans Races.
1 9 New Orleans, P'cb. 11 Crescent City
' um summary.:
f First race, eelling, 7 furlongs Ora. rc-
i M Kinney 'w6n, Arnold K. second, Moderator
. (jlfl ;hlrd. Time, 1:3 1-5,
I 1 1 ft) Second, race, mile Miss Melton won.
,1 Vglltus sccondf Katio Powers third. Time,
M,E Third race, 0 furlongs Foxy Kane won.
Hl'J Alpaca , second, Mrc. Frank Foster third.
If III m 1 111 Jmc. i.is.
,Hr H Fourth race, mile Ben Howard won,
r H 9tandrnt second, Curate third. Time,
HI Fifth race, selling. C furlongs Safe-
1 IN guard won. Gus Lanka second, Fl-ank
1 Rice third. Time. 1:18 2-5.
J jB Sixth race, mile Emma A. M. won; Will
j Jl hhclly second, JohIc F. third. Time, 1:49.
I'" PORTLAND WILL .SELL
1 1 ' BASEBALL FRANCHISE
I, ; Portland, Feb. 11. At a meeting of tho
I stockholders of the Portland Banoball ns-
; ' soclatlon held laat evening It was dctcr-
ailned to sell tho franchise of the club
: ' for 512.C-00, jusL enough to pay the debts
T , of the association. It was agreed that
v f , a .committee of live should dispose of
the fmnchlse b'-fore March 1st, the Ely
' . hrothern of this city being given an op".
I' i J tliin on 50 per cent of tho stock and tho
privilege of purchasing all of tho remaln-
) ( lug 50 per cent not subscribed to by tho
I small stockholders. This will give tho
j Ely -a controlling interest In the club.
II Signal Corps Victory.
J The game of indoor baseball' at the
r armory last night was won bv tho algnal
-' corns from company II of the .National
, Gs:ard, by a score of 23 to 'J. Tho beat
v work of the evening was done by Skid-
rf.ore, Walsh and Thonpson. Messrs
jRec-dman and Price were' the umpires!
4 - The llnc-up follows
j Sena Corps. Company II,
i V ?.,,a1r.,ts c Baesett
I lj V ;m0rc o1,1' Barrett
1 V1 ' b Wilkinson
i11" 1 fi Pembroke
, U ?.,.i).nn nC ph. Groesbeck
J1 AUn 3 b Young
' V, Sa,h ;P. Barnes
t, .Clarkson If Williams
IJlJiJ Good Swimming Records.
1 Hi lj Tirookllne, Mass, Feb. 11. Two Amerl-
J'l II can i Indoor swimming records were low-
lL j crd tonight at the .Brookllne public baths
H jili A Mptherrs Recommendation.
H' Ii I have used Chamberlain's Cough
HP Wi Remedy for a number of years and have
Hh Jjf! no hesitancy in saying that It Is the best
B ' jjC' remedy for coughs, colds and croup I
Hi I f'; have ever used in my family. I have
B Alj not. words to express my confidence in
fjf i this remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore, North i
h Star, Mich. Kor caloiy.-all drusgiBts. J
one by John A. Leavltt (professional) at
two miles, and the other by Parry Lc
moyno (umateur) at SO yards.
Leavitt's tlno was 57 minute 2fi necondB,
several seconds better than th best pro
vlous time for the distance niado In a
natatorlum. Tlie best time in open water
l. SI minutes 53 sc.ionds. He went the
entire dlstanco unpaccd.
Ijemoyno crossed the lino In 4S seconds,
2 seconds better than the previous best
Will Meet in Seattle.
Columbus. O., Feb. 11. The League of
lAmcrican Sportsmen today choso Seattlo,
Wash., as the place of the next meeting,
the date to conform to tho time of a
proposed exposition In that city.
Tigers for St. Louis.
Princeton, X. J,, Fob. 11 The Princeton
track and Held athletes this year will
bo entered In the Olympic games at St.
Louis In June, and a dual meet with the
University of Chicago at Chicago.
Tonight Agatha Bcrkhoel'sings. j
IN THE WORLD IF TRADE.
Mercantile Agency Reviews Past
Week's Business and LM's
Xcw York, Feb. 11. Bradstrcot's tomor
row will 'say:
Cold weather Ix still a bar to expansion
in spring trade throughout tho Wc3t, but
signs of life arc found in leading Eastern
markets. Tho Baltlmoro fire and tho be
ginning of hostilities in tho far East,
though affecting speculative markets to
some extent, have not had notablo re
sults In trado outside of tho sections Im
mediately concerned, though some of tho
present great strength of prices of most
commodities may bo attributed to tho lat
ter development. Trade and industrial
operations betray effects of conservatism
somo tlmo ago predicted, but It Is yet
too early to meaauro tho possiblo extent
to which the season's turn-over will con
trast with tho exceptionally large busi
ness done In all lines ono year ago. Rail
way operations, owing to eovcro weather
In January, arc resulting In decreased
gross earnings, of the reduced net earn
ings tor Decomber OutKlde of the diver
sion of somo Immediate distributive busi
ness from tho burned city to other mar
kets, tho effects of tho Baltlmoro fire havo
been strikingly in contrast with the cor
responding events In tho distant past.
Good management of the Insuranco busi
ness Is illustrated In tho fact that with
a possible total loss of SGTi.OCO.WO, no real
embarrassment In meeting obligations la
expected, and the restoring of the city to
normal conditions Is malting swift pro
gress. Cold weather prevents outside ac
tivities In building and limits buying of
material. On tho Pnclllc coast trado a
Improving, and special activity In war
supplies, coal, fodder, dried and canned
llsh and flour Is noted.
Raw wool is quietly firm, with coarso
wools displaying most strength.
The Iron trade is Irregular. Other metals
are dull, but copper Is rather firm, while
lead Is strong.
Wheat. Including flour, exports for five
doys ending February 10th aggregate 1.
bushels, agnlnat 2,01,226 last wcok,
2,S5vJ.' this week last year, 3.175.4S1 In. 1902
and 4.814.S78 in 1V)1 From July 1 1J03.- to
date they aggregate lfQ.OSO.oin bushels,
against 153,813.979 last season, 16S.797.032 in
IM2 and 121,620,505 In 190L
Corn exports for five, days aggrcgato
659.362 bushels, against 1.4U.1S5 last week,
1.S30.170 a year ago, 527.3M In 1902 and 4.
C70.422 in 1S01 From July 1, 1903, to data
they aggregate 3o.4SS.021 bushels, against
24.505.196 last season, 21,004,548 In 1902 and
120.713,922 In 1901.
Bus'r.esR failures in tho T'nitcd States
for five days ending with February 10th
number 202, against 216 last week. 217 In
the llko week in 1903. 255 in 1902. 226 in 1901
and 199 In 1900.
BIDS FOR BUILDING.
Idaho Asks for Figures for Construc
tion of New Industrial Re
" . form, School.
TRIBUNE SPECIAL. '
Bolsio, Ida., Feb. II. Plans and specifi
cations "have been completed by tho trus
tees of the Idaho Industrial Reform
school, and contractors everywhere aro
Invited to submit proposals and address
them to T. D. Cahalln. president of tho
board, Sonna block, "Boise, Ida., not later
than the 17th insL
Plans and specifications may bo exam
ined at the otfico of J Flood Walker, a
Boise architect, at his office In tho Sonna
block; the office of C C. Moore. St. An
thony, and' Theodore Turner, Pocatello.
Those who desire to submit bids upon
either the water plant, power, lighting or
heating plants may obtain all the Infor
mation desired by inquiry at these offrccs.
The trustees will mcik: on February isth
at Boise, when bids will be? opened and
8 elegant Presents given away free
at 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 p. m.
Tonight Agatha Berlchoel sings.
Is Your Order In
For a copy of Polk's Salt Lake City Di
rectory, 1904 If not, better order
now, as the edition will be limited be
yond actual subscriptions. A" new and
comprehensive map of Salt Lake City
goes with each Directory this year. Sub
scription price, $6.00 per copj. W. P.
Cooper, Sec. and Mgr., 617-620 - Dooly
BUlg. Tel. 901k.
BILLIE CLUB EXCURSION.
To Ogden Feb. 12th.
Special train leaves D. & rt. G. de"pot
7:30 p. m. Returning leaves Ogden 12:30
a., in. Everybody invited. Fare $1 for
the round trip.
WITH EMPLOYER'S WIFE
Joseph D. Paul, a gr.occr at S6S Third
street, has solicited the aid of the
Sheriff's office in tracing his wife, who
is believed to have eloped with Percy
Bunger, a friend of the family. Paul
converted Bunger while on a mission
in. England. Bunger came to Salt Lake
and the two men went into business
together. They dissolved partnership!
and Bunger went to work as clerk for
Foulger Brof., but continued to live
with the Pauls. About five weeks ago
Paul became suspicious of his lodger's
relations' with Mrs. Paul and forced
Bunger to leave the house.
Mrs. Paul, with her 4-year-old child,
left a week ago, ostensibly to visit
relatives at Bountiful. A day or two
ago the husband learned that she had
not been at Bountiful, but had gone to
Bunscr's room on West South Temple
and thence taken a train with Bunger
to Denver. Mrs. Paul has deeertcd
three children, the oldest being 13 years
' of age.
THOU SHALT NOTS
IN PRESENT WAR
Uncle Sam Issues a Formal Declaration of Neutrality for the
Government of the People of the United States During;
the Existing Unpleasantness in the Far East,
.Washington, Feb. 11. President
Roosevelt toda-v issued the following
proclamation declaring the neutrality of
the United States in the Russo-Japanese
Whereas, A stale of war unhappily ex
ists between Japan, on the one side, and
Russia on the other side; and
Whereas, The United States Is on terms
or friendship and amity with both the
contending powers and with the persons
Inhabiting their several dominions; ami
Whereas, Thcro arc citizens of tho
United States residing within tho terri
tories or dominions of each of tho said
belligerents and carrying on commerce,
trade-or other business or pursuits there
in, protected by tho faith of treaties, and
"Whereas. Thero arc subjects of each of
the said belligerents residing within the
territory or Jurisdiction of tho United
States and carrying on commerce trade
or other business pursuits therein; ond
Whereas. The 1b.ws of tho United
States, without interfering with the froo
expression of opinion and sympathy or
with tho open manufacture or snlo of
arms or munitions of war, nevertheless
Impoao upon all persons who may bo
within their territory and jurisdiction of
an Impartial neutrality during the exist
ence of the contest; and
Whereas, It is tho duty of a noutral
Government not to permit or suffer tho
making of Its waters subnorvicnt to the
purposes of war;
Now. therefore I, Theodore Roosevelt,
President of the United States of Amer
ica, In order to preserve tho neutrality of
tho United States and of their citizens
and of persons within their territory and
Jurisdiction and to onforco their laws, and
In order that all persons, being warned of
tho general tenor of the laws and treaties
of the United States in this behalf and of
tho law of nations, may thus be prevent
ed from an unintentional violation of tho
same, do hereby declare and proclaim that
by the act passed on the 20th day of April.
A. D. ISIS, commonly known as the "neu
trality law." tho following acts aro for
bidden to be done, under severe penal
ties, within the territory and Jurisdiction
of tho United States, to wit.
ACTS FORBIDDEN UNDER
DECREE OF PROCLAMATION
"First Accepting and exercising a com
mission to servo either of the said bel
ligerents by land or by sea against tho
Second Enlisting or entering Into tho
service of olther of tho said belligerents
as a soldier or as a marine or seaman on
board of any vessel of war, lettor of
marquo or privateer.
Third Hiring or rotalnlng another per
son to enlist or enter himself In the sor
vlco of elthor of the said belligerents as a
soldier or as a marine or seaman on board
of any vessel of war, letter of marque or
Fourth Hiring another person to go be
yond tho limits or the Jurisdiction of the
United States, with Intent to be enlisted
Fifth Hiring another person to go be
yond the limits of the United States with
Intent 'to "be entered Into servlco as a lore
said. Sixth Retaining another person to go
beyond tho limits of the United States
with Intent to be enlisted as aforesaid.
Seventh Retaining another person to
go beyond the limits of the United States
to bo entered lrfto the service as afore
said. (But tho said act is not to be con
strued to extend to a citizen of cither
belligerent, who being transiently within
the" United States, shall, on board of an
other vessel of war which at the time of
Its arrival within the United States was
fitted and equipped as ouch vessel of war,
enlist or enter himself or hire or retain
another subject or citizen of the same
belligerent who Is transiently within the
United States, to enlist or entr himself
to serve such bolllgerent . on board such
vessel of war. If the United States shall
then be at. peace with such belligerent
AS TO OUTFITTING OF
Eighth Fitting out and arming, or at
tempting to tit out and arm. or procur
fng to bo fitted out and armed, or know
ingly being concerned in the furnishing,
fitting out or arming of any Fhlp or ves
sel with intent that ship or vessel shall
bo employed in the service of either of
Ninth Issuing or delivering a commis
sion' within the territory or jurisdiction of
tho United States for a ship or vessel to
the Intent that she may be employed as
Tenth Increasing or augmenting, or
procuring to be Iricreasea or augmented,
or knowingly being concerned In Increas
ing or augmenting the. force of any ship
of war, cruiser or other armed vessel,
which at the tlmo of her arrival within
the United States was a ship of war,
cruiser or armed vessel In the service of
cither of the said belligerents or belong
ing, to the subjects of either, by adding to
fho number of guns of such vessels or by
changing those on hoard of her for guns
of larger caliber or by the addition there
to of any equipment solely applicable to
Eleventh Eeglnnlng or setting on foot
or preparing the means for any military
expression or enterprise to be carried from
the territory or tlie jurisdiction of the
United States against tho territory or do
minions of either of the said belligerents.
And I do hereby further declare and pro
claim that any frequenting and use of the
waters within the territorial jurisdiction
of the United States by the armed ves
sels of cither belligerents, whether public
ships or privateers, for tho purpose of
preparing for hostile operations or as
posts of observation upon the ships of
war or privateers or merchant vessels of
the other belligerent lying within or be
ing ablo to enter tho Jurisdiction of the
Knlted States must be regarded ns un
friendly and offensive and In violation of
that neutrality which it is the determina
tion of this Government to observe; and
to the end that tho hazard and incon
venience of such apprehended practices
may be avoided, I further proclaim and
declare that from and after tho 15th day
of February. Inst., and during the contin
uance of tho present hostilities between
Japan and Russia, no shtp of war or pri
vateer of either' belligerent shall be per
mitted to make use of any port, harbor,
roadstead or waters subject to the Juris
diction of the United .States from which a
vessel of the other belligerent (whether
the same shall be a ship of war, a pri
vateer or a merchant snip) shall have
previously departed until after the ex
piration Of at least tWOntV-fOlir linnra
trom the departum of such last-mentioned
ship beyond the jurisdiction of tho
CONDUCT OF BELLIGERENT
VESSELS IN NEUTRAL PORT
If any ship of war or privalecr of cither
belligerent shall, after tho time of this
notification takes effect, enter any port,
harbor, roadstead or waters of the
United States, such vessel shall be re
quired to depart and put to sea within
twenty-four hours after her entrance Into
such port or harbor, roadstead or waters
i except In case of stress of weather or of
her requiring provisions or things neces
sary" for the subslstenco of her crew, or
for repairs; In cither of which cases the
authorities of the port or of the nearest
port (as the oaso may bo) shall require
her to put to sea as soon as possible af
ter tho o.tplratlen of such period of twenty-four
hours, without permitting her to
lake In supplies beyond what rnav be
necessary for her Immediate uso: and no
such vessel which, may havo been per
mitted to remain within tho waters of' tho
United States for tho purposo of repairs
shall, continue within such port, harbor,
roadstead or waters for a longer period
than twenty-four hours after her necs
hary repairs shall have been completed,
unlwis within such twenty-four hours a,
vessel, .whether; ehlp-ofvtvar, privateer or
merchant 3hlp of other belligerent shall
have departed Microform. In which
case the tlmo limit for tho departure of
tuch shlp-of-wnr or privateer shall bo
extended so for ns mny be necessary to
sccunt an Interval of not less than twenty
four hours between such departure and
that of any shlp-of-wnr, prlvnicor of mer
chant ship of the other bolllgerent. which
have previously qrilt the same port, har
bor, roadstead or waters. No ship-of-wur
or privateer or either belligerent shall
bo detained In any port, harbor, road
stead or waters of the United States
more than twenty-four hours by reason
of the successive departures from such
port, harbor, roadstead or waters of more
than ono vessel qf tho other belligerent.
But, if thero be several vessels of each or
cither of tho two belligerents In the came
port, harbor, roadstead or waters, the or
der of their doparturo therefrom shall be
so arranged as to afford tho opportunity
of loavlng alternately to tho vessels of the
respective belligerents, and to causo the
least dotontlon consistent with the ob
i Jccts of this proclamation. No shlp-of-war
or prlvateur of either bolllgerent shall
bo permitted, while In any port, harbor,
roadstead or waters within the jurisdic
tion of the United States, to tako on any
supplies except provisions and such other
things as may bo required for tho sub
sistence of her crew, and except so much
coal as may bo sutflclent to carry such
vessel. If without any nail power, to the
nearest port of her own country: or In
case the vessel is rigged to go under sail,
and inoy also bo propelled by steam
power, then with half tho quantity of coal
which sho would bo entitled to receive If
dependont upon steam alone, and no coal
shall bo again supplied to any such shlp-of-war
or privateer In tho same or in any
other port, harbor, roadstead or waters of
tho United States without special permis
sion, until aftnr tho expiration of three
months from the tlmo when such coal
may have been last supplied to her within
the waters of the United States, unless
such shlp-of-wnr or privateer shall, since
last thus supplied, have entered a port
of tho Government to which sho belongs.
And I further declare and proclaim flint
bv the flrt artlclo of the convention as
to rights of neutrals at sea which was
concluded botweon the Unlti'd States of
America and his Majesty, tho Emperor
of all the Russlas, on the 22nd dny of
July, A. D. 1R5-1. the following principles
wcro recognized as permanent and im
AS TO CONTRABAND OF WAR
ON BOARD NEUTRAL SHIPS
First That free ships mako free goods,
that Is to say, that tho offects or goods
belonging to subjects or citizens of a
power or State at war aro freo from cap
ture and confiscation when found on board
of neutral vessels, with tho exception of
articles of contraband of war.
Second That the property of neutrals
on board an enemy's vessels Is not sub
ject to confiscation unless the samo bo
contraband of war.
And I do further declaro and proclaim
that the statutes of the United States and
tho law of nations alike require that no
person within tho territory and jurisdic
tion of tho United States shall take part,
directly or Indirectly, In the said war. but
shall remain at peace with each of the
said belligerents and shall maintain a
strict and Impartial neutrality, and that
whatever privileges shall bo accorded to
ono belligerent within the ports of tho
United States shall be. In like manner, ac
corded to tho other.
And I do horeby enjoin all the good cit
izens of tho United States and all persons
residing or being within the territory or
jurisdiction of tho United States, to ob
serve the laws thereof and to commit no
net contrary to the provisions of the said
statutes or In violation of the law of na
tions In that behalf.
And I do hereby warn all citizens of tho
United States and all persons residing or
being within their territory or Jurisdic
tion that while the free and full expres
sion of sympathies In public or private is
not restricted by the law of the United
States, military forces In nld of either
belligerents cannot lawfully bo originated
or organized within tholr jurisdiction, and
that while all persons may lawfully, and
without restriction by reason of tho afore
said state of war. manufacture and sell
within tho United States arms and mu
nitions of war and other articles ordinar
ily known as contraband of war, yet they
cannot carry such articles upon tho high
seas for tho use or servlco of either bel
Hgorent, nor can they transport soldlors
and officers of either, or attempt to break
any blockade which may be lawfully es
tablished and maintained during the war,
without incurring the risk of hostile cap
ture and the penalties denounced by the
low of nations in that behalf.
And I do hereby givo notice that all cit
izens of tho United States and others who
may claim the protection of this Govern
ment who may conduct themselves from
the promises will do so at their perl!, ami
that they can in no wise obtain any pro
tection from the Government of thr
United States against the consequences of
By the President: John Hay, Secretary
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Idaho Supremo Court Affirms iu Col
lett and Ireland.
Boise. Ida., Feb. 111. The Supremo
court has affirmed the judgment in the
case of Samuel L. Collett and Samuel
Ireland, from Fremont county. Collett
and Ireland were convicted of stealing
a horse from S. H. Davis in June, 1003,
and each sentenced to serve three years
in the penitentiary, A motion was made
for a new trial, which was overruled
by the court, from which order the de
fendants appealed, also appealing from
TiMHI ''f 1 ' II 1E-r?X CCTPTmTTgTTs.
1 Nono who havo MifTured the tortures ac-lfi
companying diseases or tho eyo can lvahr.o B
j Ills j
wnido-vrhivt is claimed for it. but a trl.il I
soon couvlnccr. ono of tbo extraordinary H
cjrnUvn powerft of this little remedy. " 9
telivory to all parts of tho cltv p-Ar,-
Vfonna Model Bakery
BL bAsaaurreiy pure.
Kftowa in Music
at Reduced Prices
Carstensen & Anson Co.
Templo of Music
74 MAIN STREET
Formerly Daynes Music Comapnyi
1 If s Coughing Tame I
'Jk This Is headquarters for all aP
(ft cough and cold remedies. It If 3)
f Is an advertised preparation It's
l here. If Jt is a tried and truo fift
J "medicine that yon havo learned 5;
to depend on," it's bore. Our Bag
"2$ prices aro as low as you would jS
find in a day's travel.
Lilly's Compound Syrup of
White Pine and Tnr. B)
"U'c know what It contains;
wo know what It has done In ,W
fm relieving and curing hundreds (Hi
jSR' of aggravated coughs. "Wo he
Qm llcvo in it so thoroughly that wo
j absolutely guarantee every bot- 2r
tie to bo satisfactory or money KM
l refunded. ?tr
I Brueh! & Franken,
Jr DRUGGISTS, jJ
g Southeast Coraor Main and
P Third South Streets, Salt m
fj Lake .City. pf
g AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE. j
1 While They Last
Cartwrlght & Warner Pure Cash- I
: mero 5
Sizes 2S to ii, formerly sold at S
j 51 CO Per Garment. 3
Price AM AfWerGar- B
f Sole lotU merit.
See window display. I
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I Wasatch Academy.
j George IL Marshall. Principal fr
j Mt. Pleasant. Utah W
j NEW JERSEY ACADEMY
a I. N Smith, Principal. .Logan. Utah p
t HUNGERFORD ACADEMY
1 Charles F. Romlg, Principal tl
i Sprlngvlllc. Utah 2
j COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. IS
Robert J Cackcy, Principal W
I Salt Lake City W
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho District of Utah.
In the mattor or Philip Dern,vol. bank
rupt. In Bankruptcy, No. C37.
To tho creditors of Philip Dcm of Salt
Lake City. In tho county of Salt Lake, and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice Is horeby given that on the 30th
day of October 1003, the said Philip Dom
was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that
tho first meeting of his creditors will bo
held at my- office In the Commercial
block, Salt Lake City, on the 23rd day of
February, 1MI, at 9;45 o'clock In the fore
noon, at which tlmo the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint
a trustee, examine tho bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Salt,Lake City, February 11, 1501.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah
In the mattor of Samuel " Potts, vol.
bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. No. C77.
To the creditors -o'f Samuel W. Potts of
Salt Lake -City, In the countv of Salt
Lake, and district aforesaid, a '"bankrupt'
Notice Is hereby given that on the 30tli
day of January. 1901. the said Samuel "W
Potts wax duly adjudicated bankrupt; and
that the ilrst meeting of Ids creditors will i
be held at my office In the Commercial
block. Salt liko City, on thc-23rd day uf
February, mi. at 9:S0 o'clock In the fore
noon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine tho bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before nald meeting.
. , Rofcroo In Bankruptcy.
Salt Lake City, February. U, VjqP J
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f S1ui20 $".75 f
W 322.50 to '$27.50 fjf
values 5)15.00 A
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Save more mnoy than you can
moke any other way. W
1 Gray Bros.
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BELLS AND BUZZERS
are gTeat tlmo nnd labor savers, both In
the office and home. AVc make a special
ty of theso convnlences and cart supplv
you from the gentlest buzzer whoso buz'i
Is no louder than tho humming bird's to
tho bell with a clang loud eno'gh to wako
the soundest sleeping servant girl in tho
morning. And if any electric devices ia
your house or office aro
OUT OF REPAIR
we can fix them expertly and qulcklv.
Batteries renewed, wires Insulated, con
nections made. Charges unreasonably
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electrla Wiring and Fixtures.
103 East First South. Telephone 752.
jIt's the Saltj
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ipiL Co. I
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I MV ot to itrletorr 0f mucous mombrane.
H t o RTHE LVAHa LilcMICAtCO. coat or poisonoue.
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SW1! fcl.00. or 3 bottles 42.75.
eaesj Circular eont on rcquast. I
EYE COMFORT... I
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4 give it to vou. They must bo prop- 5
? erly adjusted to the defect to give
I your eyes the needed comfort. We ftf
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S eyes, and our prices are reason- i
I able for all work done. 'M
I RUSHMER'S OPTICAL PARLORS 1
i 73 W. 1st So St.
rmwwm i itiKiirP"i.ii'fiHi'ti4tii
I PORTLAND CEMENT,
LUMBER, COAL. ;
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
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OSWEGO CORN STARCH. (
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8 All kinds of 8?SfT
everything frohi t). Ilil
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The State Bank of! ?
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Corner Main and South Tea
Salt Lako City. a for
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President''
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vl.fl kdir
CHARLES S. BURTON"' CasUs $
HENRY T. M'EWAy. W Qa 4Utv
GENERAL BANKING BUI Ew
Accounts Solicited. Special lib ,R!fal
country trado. Correspondence'! 0
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OPEN AN ACCOUNT TO
J. J. Daly, TV. P. Noble, ce-PrfeMc
A. H. Pcabody, Au'tJ ,
WELLS, FiRGO & Cfl! iff
Salt Lake City. UUi-4 ifrwa
Established 1SS. 2 fcia!
The Oldest and Strongest BirKi! e&in
Capital 1 t
Undivided 'Proflts.'."'.''.'."'.'.! I 'j&H1
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Transacts a general baaklctJli .'.
domestic end forclrn. f dMr
Direct connections Tflth baan iilxn
principal cities of tho world. 'Al
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ESTABLISHED 1SU. 16,
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GEORGE RUST. General $ Wew
Utah, Idaho and ? H A
Offlco In Progress bldp. Salt U Jwtt
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, tSfc
walker mm n
Bankers, $ k:
SALT LAKE CITY, UT.U
Established 1ZSS. Incorror jfi
Transact a General Banklnic Bo e
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXEb F0R;;
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QESERET NATIONAL BAS utfra
UNITED STATES DEPQSlfy gj
Salt Lako qty. Utah)
Capital, 8500,000. Surplus,
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IL S. YOUNG. B. & HI . m
Cashier. AMt. r
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