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8 ' IfeE SAIP IvAKB THEBUNjE: TPJCDAX MOKjNXNTG FEBHUAIIT 19, 1904:. 1
I 30THA TO BE SHOT
Supreme Court Refuses Ap-
I j pea! far New Trial.
I j J ATE OF EXECUTiQN NOT SET
I ' Jrlmt Commlttod In San Juan
H i Two Years Ago.
H .'riBoner Shot and Killed Hie Wife
''i cmd WillioJJi Tibbotte Bccauc-o
' of Jealousy.
H . COURT CALENDAR.
Hfjj f Cases Set for Today.
V DISTRICT COURT, -f
' Division No. 1 Hon. W. C- Hall, -f
H ' H Judge. Law and motion calendar.
Hj!, M Division No. 'i-Hon. S.'W. Stew-
H- v art, Judgo, Orogon Short - Line
Hv - Railway company vs. M. C. Vox. -f
v Division No. 3 Horn C. W. Morse,
H, " f Judge. No court.
1 Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lewis,
H '. Judge. Utah. Savings & Trust com-
H',! h pany vs. S. Bamberger. Rio Grando
Ka1 v. Western Rnllroxd company vb. S. -f-
i I- H. Lynch, etc.
v CITY COURT,
ni - Civil Division lion. H. S. Tan-
K, . nor, Judgo; 2 p. in. Shradcr vs.
h'i1 . J. a. a. a. -A- a. -i- -i- 4- -4- 4- -- 4-
; The Supreme court yesterday denied
j ho appeal of Olvarlcs Botha, convicted
nurdercr, for a new trial, rnd "Dutch
' Charley," the name by which the
j orisoner Is generally known, la facing
the rifles of his executloncru with scant
;! chance of escape. The prisoner ap
pealed from the decision of the lowor
' court denying him a sacond trial. The
judgment of the lower court Is now
' ; aillrmcd and the case remanded with
instructions to proceed according: to
On March 19,' 1902, Botha i9 alleged
to havo shot his wife and a man by the
name of William Tlbbetts in the house
' f the latter In San Juan county. Ho
was tried and convicted of murder In
the first degree for the killing; of Tlb
betts and sentenced by Judge Johneon
to be shot on the third Monday in No- '
ember 1902. A certificate of probable
i ause was secured from the Supreme
ourt and the case was argued laat
. The clreumatanmeB surrounding the
;j killing of Tlbbetts and Mrs. Botha were
j of an unusual character. Botha and
j Tlbbetts lived on ranches about fifteen
miles apart In San Juan county. Botha
I av.ib a poor Ignorant farmer, Tlbbetts
Tvas the owner of n prosperous ranch.
Mrs. Botha was a girl of IS years, and
j'he sometimes did washing for the Tlb-h-etts.
The girl wife remained at the
1 Tlbbetts place on several occasions. The
husband Is said to have becomo jealous
and accused his wife of being untrue.
Owing to their poor circumstances
the wife decided to leave her husband
and go home. After having her trunk
laken to the station the woman left
when her husband wus not at home,
, and. went to the Tlbbetts place, Tha
lay following. March 19, 1902, Botha
'earned the whereabouts of hi? wife,
; and borrowing a gun from a neighbor
! started for Tlbbetts. saying that he
was going to settle the matter.
Botha reached the place about S
, o'clock in the evening and accused
, Tlbbetts of stealing his wife. The gun
was cocked and, intentionally or not
went off The bullet struck Mrs. Botha
and Tibbetta fled to another room.
Botha asked him to come out and ex
plain, but Tlbbetts refused, and the in
furiated husband fired four shots
through the door of the room. Tibbetta
j was struck by one of the balls and
I Botha made no excuses for what he
had done, and upon the solicited advice
; of his neighbors gave himself up to the
, authorities. He wtfs tried and con
victed by a Jury and sentenced to be
i not to death. The opinion of the Su-
i hre,me coyru aWronlnsr that decision, is
v.rltten by Justice Bartch and con
curred hi by Chief Jusrtlce Baskln and
I WIPE AND DAUGHTER
KEPT HIM BROKE
In, divorce case of Lila Read
i gainst Charles Read the defendant
yesterday testified that his expenses
save exceeded his income for the past
wirT'' ,ani1 thut the traveling
nd hotel expends of his wife and
taughter kept him broke. During the
ourteen yeara of hl married life with
the present Mrs, -Read, he said that
.n th??0inJ h'6 ,?rown lu-"Shter were
m the train traveling all the timo.
Mrs Murphy was called to the- stand
Mid testified that nhc had horroved
!' money aggregating gso from Mrs. Read,
Tendency of the Times.
Tlle tendency of medical science Is to
H; ward preventive measures. The be.st
Hl thought of the world is being given to
the fcubject. It is easier and belter to
1 prevent than to cure. It haa been fully
I'cnlonstratcd that pneumonia, one of
H, the most dangerous diseases that med-
'cal men have to contend with, can be
prevented by the use .of, Chamberlain's
'ough Remedy. Pneumonia always re
kuUs from a cold or from an attack of
Bj "nfiuenzu (grip), and it has been ob-
H; served Uiat this remedy counteracts any
H; 'endencyof these diseases toward pneu-
H; monia. This has been fully proven In
Hi many thoueands of cacos In which this
H; .emcdy has been used during the Great
prevalence of colds and grip in recent
H '-ears, and can be relied upon with lm-
H; pllclt confidence. Pneumonia often re-
ults from a slight cold when no danger
la apprehended until it is suddenly dis
"overed that there 13 feve- and difficulty
: breathing and pains In the chest, then
' Is announced that the patient has
"r.cumc-.la. on the safe side and
ft.ke Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
ooii ao the cold is contracted. It al
H' ways curcB, ypr-eale by all druggists, ,
WILL TELL OF Y. M. C. A,
ITic initial slops In securing for this city"
the full benefits of tho educ-vtlonal work
of tho Y. M. Q. A. will bo taken noxt
Wednesday, when Coorgn D. Hodge . of
New York city, tho aseoolnt Ion's specialist
In educational work, will he hero to con
fer with the locul officers on tho mibJccL
Tho conference with ihoso intcrcHted in
tho educational work will ho held Wednen
dny afternoon, and that ovonlng Mr.
Ilodgo will dellvor an Illuoiratcd lecturo
in the First Congregational church on the
educational work of tho Y. M. C. A. The
lecture will bo froo.
Mr. Hodge Is an export In his line of
work and devotes his entire time to the
advancement of the educational depart
ment or tho Y. M. C. A. It Is tho Inten
tion tit Install this ilepurtmcnt In connec
tion with iio association s work In Salt
Lake, with tho completion of Its splendid
now building which Is being erected at
during the pant fix months. The
plaintiff was recalled In rebuttal and
exhibited the diamonds which she suld
I he hud purchased in California, with
I money she had Inherited, The diamonds,
she testlfiod, coat about 5S. The case
wa submitted without argument, the
atlorneyfl being given permission to filn
briefs. The mutter was taken under ad
visement by Judge Hall,
NO SALOON ON
DITCH RIGHT-OF-WAY '
In the caso of Georgo C. Whitmore,
appellant, vs. the Pleasant Valloy Coal
company, ct al., it Is held that a waloon
cannot be built upon a right-of-way
for a ditch line. Whitmore had ac
quired a right-of-way for a. ditch over
a quarter section of land owned by the
Utah Fuel company In Carbon county.
The plaintiff entered Into an agree
ment with his brother and another
party whereby the two wero given per
mission to construct a. building for sa
loon purposes upon the right-of-way.
In March, 1901, the plaintiff hauled
lumber and building mnterlal upon the
land and the next day the same wus
removed at the order of the Fuel com
pany. The plaintiff then brought suit
to recover damages for the alleged un
lawful convex? Ion of tho material.
District Judgo Stewart will make a re
setting of Jury cases In division No. 2 of
the District court tomorrow morning at
A suit for divorce was filed In the Dis
trict court yesterday by Sebclla Dcgarmo
against Victor Deganno. on the ground
of desertion and non-support. Tho cou
ple were married Januarv 24, 1903, In this
Judgo Hall yoslerdny granted a decrco
of divorce to Violet Beck from Kmanuel
Beck, on the ground of folluro to provide
with tho common necessaries of life. Tho
parties Intermarried In this city July 1.
lS9o. and have one child, the care of which
Is awarded to the plaintiff.
FAMINE IN FISH
AT OPENING OF LENT
Extreme Cold Weather in tho East
Sends Prices Skyward Will
Affect Salt Lake.
'The prices on all kinds of fresh fish
have gone to high in the Enstern mar
kets that people -vvbo choose to deprive
themselves of luxuries during Lent will
best rerve their purpose by clinging
to porterhouse steaks and veal chops.
Tho high prices are attributed by deal
ers to the severity of the winter and
the consequent Kcnrcity of the finny
tribe. Bays are frozen over and drift
ing ice has made the work of the fish
ing fleets unusually dangerous. In
New York ilomders, which generally
sell at $2 per barrel, are bringing '$7;
lobsters are scarce at -10 cents per pound
and codfish at 12 cents.
The scarcity In the East is more than
likely to react on the Western market
and so affect the Salt Lake housekeep
ers. Tho local supply of fresh fish will
come from Seattle and the Northwest
until after March 1, when the Califor
nia fishermen will begin to produce.
tho local market the price has ad
vanced v.Ithln the payt few days from
11 and 12 cents per pound to 15 cents.
The Western catch this year has been
as large as usual and the stiffening of
prices must be attributed to the scarc
ity In the East, coupled with the antlcl- J
paled Lenten demand.
DEATH OF MRS. MEYER,
A WELL-KNOWN WOMAN
Mrs. Rosa G. Meyer, widow of the lulo
Gustav Meyor. and sister of S. H. and
the late Frederick JI. Auerbnch, died yes
terday morning at her residence, 315 lOust
Second South street. , She was 71 years old
and death wan due to senlli debility. Shu
was a member of zhe Congregation B'nal
Israol. Interment will take placo In the
Jowloh eonetcry. tho funeral being h:ld
from her late residence at 10 o'clock Sun
Mrs. Mover's oldest son. Philip, la a
royal architect in the employ of tho Prus
sian Government, and her olhor children
nro Dr. Theodore Meyer. I. G. Meyer. Mi h.
H. Boinett, Mrs. M. D. Joseph. Mr. S.
J. Froeman of JIuilcy, Ida., and Mrs. Mas
12. Drummer of Now York city.
BUILDINGS OF FEMALE
CIIARLOTTB, N. C, Feb. 18. Fire
today destroyed the buildings of the
Greensboro Female college. Ninety
pupils and the faculty escaped with
most of their personal effects. Loss
$125,000; insurance $40,000. Students
awakened by smoke gave the alarm.
Greensboro college 1b one of the old
est chartered colleges for women in the
SENATE COMMITTEE REPORTS
FAVORABLE UPON CRUM
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13. The Senate.
Committee on Commerce today authorized
a favorable report on the nomination of
William B. Crum to be collector of cus
toms at the port of Charleston, S. C.
Some members of tho commlttcu wero not
present but there was a sufficient num
ber of affirmative votes to lnsuro favor
able action should oil of the absoiiteiis
have been present.
Renominated for CongTess.
EMPORIA, Kan.. Feb. IS. Congress
man James M. Miller was renominated
today by the Republican convention of
the Fourth Kansas district. Resolu
tions Indorsing president Roosevelt
, jvre adopted.
the corner of State . nnri First South
stroots, which will, be supplied with all
the facilities for -carrying on tho work
Gucceasfully. These will, Include rooms for
ca.isca In tho different practical branches,
manual training paraphernalia and ilo
vJcefl, and the means for wholesome
recreation. HUch os bowling alloys, swlm
rrilDg pools, racetrack, gymnasium, tc.
Tho moit competent Instructors will bo
regularly employed, and, for a vory mod
erate tuition fee, tht men who are em
ployed during tin? dny may nt night bo
taking thorough courses In englnerlng.
architecture, electrical work or other uno
ful professions the knowledge of which
shall bo calculated to better their condi
tions In life.
It Is a groat work and one which Is ac
complishing tho most beneficent results
wherever It has been Inaugurated. Mr.
Hod go will doubtless explain It quite fullv
in hln lecture Wednesday night, and tho
lecture Hhould, therefore, bo of much
Interest to young men and all others ln
terestixl In tholr advancement.
IROQUOIS FLAMES WERE
WHIPPED BY ELECTRIC FAN
CHICAGO, Fob. IS. The cause of the !
deadly wave of fire and superheated air
which Kwept over the Iroquoi3 matinee
audience, bringing Instant death to hun
dreds, has been discovered by investi
gators employed by Corporation Counsel
Tho investigations of Alfred C. Mace,
a public appraiser, covering a period of
three weeks in the wrecked playhouse,
led him Into a large air chamber above
the east wall of the building. Within
this chamber, into which led ventilating
ducts from every part of the theater,
Mr. Mace found a large electric fan,
which, when in operation, produced a
draft of great force.
He declare that he haa convinced
himself that thla fan wus operating dur
ing tho firo, and that the draft it pro
duced sucked the fire from tho stage
across the auditorium and agalnBt the
east wall. This theory Is based, Mr.
Mace says, on the fact that he found the
Iron leaves of the fan melted In places,
which could havo been brought about
only by tho inteiuw heat. He believes
that the draft produced by the fan was
great enough to draw the lire itself into
the air chamber.
ROOM FOR ALL AT THE
BIG DEMOCRATIC SHOW
ST. LOUIS, Feb. IS. Col. John I.
Martin, who will be sergeant-at-arms
of the Democratic convention, said to
day: "There. Is not the slightest doubt that
we Will be able to caro for all tho Demo
crats who may como here. We have
reserved roomo for the entire New Eng
land, New York. Pennsylvania and
Ohio delegations, together with manv
others from the East and South. There
will bo about 700 delegates, and I have
had no trouble In securing quarters for
"From reports which I receive daily
I judge thero will be an enormous
throng at the convention. It would not
surprise me if the convention alone
brought C0.00O persons to St. Louis.
"The Associated Press and the metro
politan newspapers will send' more men
i to this convontlon than- to any other
I convention ever held. We intend to
build a largo platform near the stago
for the accommodation of the press."
TWO HURT IN SMASH
ON THE SANTA FE LINE
KANSAS CITY, Feb. IS. A west
bound Kansas & Oklahoma passenger
train on the Atchison, Topcka &. Santa
Fe railway collided with tho rear end
of the California limited on the same
road, also westbound, Just outside the
city today, damaging the observation
car slightly. C. Kleing of Chicago sus
tained an injury to his shoulder and
Fred W. Fowlpr of Kansas City was.
injured about the hips.' Both were in
the observation car. Express Mes
senger Kenny and the fireman of the
Oklahoma train were slightly hurt.
The accident wjis caused by the limited
train being enveloped in smoke and
fog. Botli trait? resumed their trip
after a brief deloy.
UNCLE SAM CARED FOR
WASHINGTON. Feb. 15 President
Roosevelt has recclvod a communication
from Government Printer Palmer regard
ing the employment In the Government
printing office of compositors, pressmen,
proas feeders, book binders and other ar
tisans In tho printing tradoa who were
thrown out of employment by tho Baltl
Mr. Palmer uaya that axter conferences
with the civil service officers he. gavo
temporary employment to more than 200
printing artisans who lost their positions
in Baltimore Tho action of the public
printer and the Civil Service commission
has boon approved by the. President.
NAMED FOR OFFICE
BY THE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18. The Presi
dent today sent to the Senate the fol
Consuls William Ross Davis, Ohio,
at Martinique, W. I.; John F. Jewell,
Illinois, at Alcxandretta, Turkey.
Members of the Philippine Commis
sion and Secretary of the Department
of Commerce and Police In the Gov
ernment of the Philippine Islands, Wil
liam Cameron Forbes, Massachusetts.
Postmasters Alaska. Gustav Spong
borg, Valdes; Utah, Stephen W. Ross.
ARGUMENT IN MACHEN
CASE NEARXNG CLOSE
WASHINGTON, Feb- IX. In the
postal trial today Mr. Douglas, for the
defense, in tho course, of his argument
declared that the prosecution of ;
Machon had for its object no other pur- j
pose than to hide some one. "There Is
in this caee," he said, "a skeleton in the I
closet: there is somebody In this whole i
business that needs protection: there I
is somebody that is getting it."
He was followed by Samuel Maddox
on behalf of the Groffs, who occupied
the rest of the day.
SEVERAL HURT IN FIRE
IN AN INDIANA TOWN
MUNC'IE, Ind.. Feb. 18. Keller, Brlce
& Co.'s clothing store was damaged to
day by fire. Several persons were hurt
When tho fire sfartcd there were many
people In the upper stories. Many were
saved through the heroism of Otto
Pierce, the elevator boy, who made
nine trips while the building wan burn
ing, carrying down a load of panic
stricken paeacrujera cah time. Loss.
J50.M0, ' " aA
Tho rumor that Duckfoot Webber had
kciio to Iho far East to fight the Riiilana
proved to bo unfounded yesterday aftor
noon. lie had been fighting hia old onc
niy, Booze, and. an usual, had gotton tho
worst o Iho encounter. He went Into
training for tweuty'days, after which he
will tr.v his luck asrain.
"Is ho a lewd and dlEsolutc person?"
asked tho prosecutor of Partolman John
eon, whllo trying to convlot sevonteen-ycar-old
Ross Moore of vagrancy.
"I should say he was. Ho swears and
smokes cigarettes," replk-d the wltncFc.
Officer Sperry averred that young Mooro
was gulity of shooting craps out of sea
con. Officor Olson sworo thnt tho dofendint
hung around Plum alley and was a sort
of boss over tho amaller boys, setting
them Into all sorts of mischief,
Mooro, who is a nice-looking but thor
oughly bad boy, said he wanted to call
some witnesses, and tho court ge.vo him
uivtll today to present his side of the caee.
Wallacu MIIos was charged with ped
dling lemons on Commercial street with
out a license, and, to cllnoh the cose
against him, Iho officers bore testimony
that ho couldn't peddlo lemono there oven
If ho had a license.
"Say," remarked Miles, as ho was led
away to jail, "dat guy what said 'rlwcet
Is do uses of adversity' never tried to
peddlo no lemons In Salt Lake. See?'
Elwln and Clydo Woolsey were news
boys and so little that the Judgo had to
I look twlco to see them at all. They gavo
their ages as 10 and Hi years, respectively,
and admitted that they had remained on
tho atr.cot after the curfew whlstlu ha1
"What woro you doing out at that tlmo
"Snllln' papers," piped Clyde.
"If I let you go do you think you can
got home before 9 o'clock?"
The boys thought thoy could and wero
They asked John Greezie why ho should
Havo Hwlpod a coat from M. M Wood.
Ho had, he said. Just made, a call
At the Salvation Army hall.
He saw the coat. "Alia I" thought he,
"That coat Is Just the thing for me.
They gathered up that garment, sure,
To give away uuto tho poor.
This coat Is just tho proper fit
And something tells me I am It."
Then Greczlo took tho coat and slid
Into tho street, John Greczlo did.
But when before tho court ho stood
He squared himself os best he could.
"What la your trade?" tho Judge inquired, I
"And did you quit or wero you fired''" !
"Ah, that, your Honor. Is qulto easy:
I am a cook; that's why I'm Groezle.
I cooked upon the cut-off way
Until tho boss cut off my pay."
"Our jail," his Honor smiled a smile.
"I guess 'twill hold you for a while."
Frank Forlane, a soldier, and Robert
Lawless woro arraigned on the charge, of
lighting. Lawless pleaded guilty, but Far
lano proclaimed his Innocence Patrolman
Gulbranson was sworn and said that Far
lane had rushed up to him on the stroet
and asked to borrow his club, saying that
ho wanted It to knock a citizen's brains
"Who Is the citizen?" asked tho officer,
and when Farlane described Lawloss, Oul
branson told him he did not need the club
and tha.t energy used In tho direction in
dicated would be entirely wasted. A short
time afterward Farlano and Lawless camo
together and were pummcllng each other
when Gullxinson and Brown made tho
"I don't seo what business a soldier has
fighting," remarked the court. "You aro
no botter than a heathen Japanoe, but one
of tho officers from the Fort tells mo that
you are a woll-behaved man, and I will
suspend uentence "
Lawless was also allowed to go.
Judge Dlehl said ho could not, after
hearing tho testimony of Dr. Stewart and
Jailer Kimball, bellcvo that William A
Leo was responsible for his actions when
he exposed his person to passers-by on
West Temple street, and would discharge
the defendant. As he left the courtroom
Lee mado a solemn vow that he would
never touch liquor again.
James Edgar, Alec Bennett and John
Husbands wero lectured by tho court for
sleeping In the Oregon Short Lino sand
houne and threatcnod with the reform
school. Edgar and Husbands were then
sent away with their parents, and Bennett
was remanded to Jail until his people can
bo heard from. Edgar Is the boy who at
tempted to wreck a Saltalr train some
thing over a year ago and was released
by the District court.
Samuel Grlee was tried on llw chargo of
stealing a hammer, saw, braco, bits, plane,
square and other carpenter tools from
William Silver. No ono saw Sam take the
&aw, plane, etc . but it wus plain that he
haxl tho saw and also tho piano, as well
as tho bra:e, bits and square, for he tried,
to sell thorn. It did not look a bit as
though ho had gotten them on the square,
for ho did not braco up and testify. The
defense rested without Introducing any
testimony and moved for a dismissal on
tho ground that the city had failed to make
out a caso. Judgo Dlehl took the motion
under advisement until Saturday morning.
Tollman J, Thurbor. Salt Lake 2fl
Mary E. Steers. Salt Lake 19
Frank Borta, Salt Lake 23
Poallna Corus. Salt Lake 21
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malady, but when allowed to continue, becomes constitu- & fert&l
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t; I believe that tho best evidence is the word of an honest man. who
S says "YOU CURED ME." $
I VITAL WEAKNESS.
S Fillmore. Utah, Dec. H, 1003. fj
J Dr McLaughlin.
Dear Sir Your Belt has helped ray stomach vcrv much, my kidneys and r
i bladder are In much better condition, and the left testicle that hoc been so 'X
,j large for years Is becoming more natural. I feel verv much encouraged so 3
far and believe that all your words in regard to what tho Belt will do for i-
j me will bo proven true. Yours truly U
' ALLEN RUSSELL. i
Come to me and let me cure you. Twenty years of my life have been J
j devoted to my trade, and I have made my Belt popular with peoplo J
J who are tired of drugging. I cure while you sleep. Ifo easv and pleas- I
i ant My Belt gives a current that is a glowing warmth. No bum or V
jj sting. i
i I have a nicely Illustrated book which every man should read. I will !
i send It cloecly sealed, free, If you send thla ad. i
dr. m. t. Mclaughlin,
j 031 Sixteenth St., Denver, Cclo. jj
f fc comforts, and they
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f O-VVUlOS onc living In anv- H
' V A ryS thIng but luxury, pj
jj IN&r Spje,ak,nK ot ,ux- jfl
l "THAT GOOD COAL." I
Botter than any Eastern make. Will
coat you less nionoy. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for oux, trade
Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
I GARDENING 1
W ...MONEY IN IT II
wfe And for your family tho best Agi
!2f eating on earth. Come now
HP and get your seeds. We ban-
gfc die Mnndevllle & King Co.'s
w sure-grow seeds, and can
Aft safely guarantee them satis- flfe
factory. You will not be dls- i1!
$3P appointed with any of these ffi)
seeds. Very lowest prices on (ptj
jaP all seeds. None lower any-
where for good realistic seeds. 0&
a Ask for a package of Superior St
V? Sweet 3?eas an1 Nasturtiums, m)
I Druch! & FranKen, I
5r Southeast Corner Main, and y$
f& Third South Streets, Salt fgl
ifjb Lake City. fe
2fe AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE.
I PICTURE FRAMING !
1 at Popular Prices.
1 American Wall Paper Co. j
i Servo to placo the kernel of t3?H
on your tablo n form of r H
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I lntermountaln West la I
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U from Hualnr's Flour. ' H
: Who arc fastidious c .
I ccrning the jewelry t 'f
g wear find it an easy t
to select from our exl ,
sive, varied and beaut 1
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Ull LSKi Till r
California and Eastern Raw
I CARPENTER, CONTRAO It
'Phone 1053.2. t ?!
H. F. WILLIAMS,
160 E. 2ND SO. J '
All kinds of woodwork, Inel v
cveo'lhlngrom tho making of n i
and patterns to repairing or bufi-;
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livery to all parts of the city,!
BRE CS 0rde" t0T J h
Vienna Model B&ktj V.
flRd Cafe. j
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n EU, Chic q eo. They xrlllfndyoa tin on wwm
X yonr ilniirirlfft for a to-cent twills fret,
h will iiat tho aiM to to troatrd. .
The State Bank of m(
Corner Main and South Templiwb
Salt Lake City. j B
JOSEPH -F. SMITH. Preeldcnt. ,Jj rift,
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlcc-iri VT
CHARLES S. BURTON. Coahler.-'.' win
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. CoshJ ty-
GENERAL BANXING BUSI Mm
Accounts Solicited. Special atteiii Vts
country trade. Correspondence lnX
J. E. Cosgrlff. Pros E W. Wilson. C!Efa
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITM
NATIONAL BAN J a
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noble. Vlce-Presli 1 .
A H Pcabody. Aas't C ;0i
WELLS, FARGO & CO. I g
Salt Lake City. Utah. S ,Tj
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank la m
Capital ) J isCoc
Transacts a. general banking bll
domestic snd forelcn. W I
Direct connections' with hanks ! (j:
principal cities of tho trjrkL if.
ISSUES: s ULi
Drafts. ) 1 l,
Letters of Credit, pr
Telegraphic Transfers. ) f jju
Deposits received subject to chco
H. L. MILLER. Cashiers TL
II. P. CLARK. Asst. Cl 'JWt
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THE OLDEST AND FAROES pn
RG. DUN & C0Y fccfcj
The Mercantile Agenc ig-Kl
GEORGE RUST. General Mam Si
! Utah, Idaho and Wyi amd
Office In Progress bldg Salt Lain
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CAPITAL FULLY PAID. tJM.M 4j jj,
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAB7 9
Eatabllehod ISM. Incorporate Jl '
Tranaact a General Banking Bust
SAFE DEPOSIT POXES FOR Rl Wtl
"PVESERET NATIONAL SANI
UNITED STATES DEPOSITAJ
Salt Lako City. Utah, t
Capital, 5500,000. Sui-plus, S23 ?
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATC fH-
President. llT HTi
H. S. YOUNG. E. S. HID
Ca3hlor. Ant Cai , hi
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OgKl
U. S. DEPOSITARY. 2
FRANK KNOX i:r"W!
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CAPITAL PAID IN, JMO.0Q0. J Ul
Banking In all Its branches tfjTfVt
Exchange drawn on tho principal:
of Eutodo. Ji?
INTEREST PAID ON TIME PEPyo
JcCORNTCK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah- 5J
ESTABLISHED. IXh SSV