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TtosmT .lake TRiBTOTErf SATuiDxrMDiyxyG, February 20, 1904. 3 W
IN" ABOUT J
IH011 OFFICE' I
jjf WAWP ACSULATE.
QfiflWlLfl Greeks Petition for Local Kep-C-V
nK v 35--Osdo Greeks have
itimcDth Mtition signed by more than
aTS ( asking the Greek Government
SP' a'vlce-consiil nt Ogden. NIo
J"70 , Grecian student At the Ogden
Jis. (s fltnorinFr the movement,
ktlO!Of.M , 'ir done on account of the
ia'S 11 1SJvr of Greeks residing In Og-
S ""ffft fact that but few of them
n Imx & end ish ad are therefore. In a
S. iw ' 10 protccL them8elves ,K
Ttr aJIMtgW-'3 v'ai:
iN Charged Witli Perjury.
fK Attornoy Halvorson yesterday
m information charging Jesse V.
tfciBU sn., J - Slli nerlury. The infonnn
bMfdlo "tcndant bovo falso
. .i jUss Boberts at the Grand.
i unbrts always a favorite In
rD "ted The Frls-ky Mrs. John-
' audience at the Grand last
YRpJ M Us Roberts was greeted w th tho
15 6Bf reception time always marks lor
3 ncc here She will be soon this
4' , it the mallnco In "Peggy
rA! gonS tonight In "The Unwelcome
1 t?tkI Sued for Divorce.
CI,,,!. Jobnson yesterday brought suit
'kwSfcSow against Thurber JohnsTm. al
Brrii failure to provide.
Eifwd MUlglcy was In town from Salt
Lo csiaJ Lite yesterday.
riJTs nualy United States Marshal Smyth
X Jl nft town ywtenlay.
Ttid & wade's minstrels come to tho
fHfi3 Saturday evening, February 27th.
''MV-rham Stevens arrived In Ogden
TVilBrirfSir from Cardston, Canada, to
iXife w fulurc nornc
HOTti tody of John F. Bliss, who was
Sti Wednesday on tho Hot Springs mo
ms shipped east yesterday ulter-
878 J TEIBUNE BUREAU, $
Jd Hurray ing, Correspondent. jj
jPhwiMi iimi in ii'i m i ii -jmtJp
lUiklF.tRlC CITY ftl. 19. -Mr. and Mrs.
JMc felK D. Satton entertained a number
MeHlM' '''ni, at a curnro party last
j LiijM i frr Sixty guests were present. The
ItrfliiiiKrinnere were: Iidies' tlrst, Mra.
Wiit? Shields ladles' second. Mrs. E11&
rfa 'mp& Lannlnp. consolation prize, Mrs.
djtiss Frankcl; gent's first, second and
Dr. Lecompte. II. "V. Buck and Dr.
ftnmi'fT' After tho games a splendid
0 . wis enjoyed
: 4f Vitt. C. A Bloeher and Mrs. Arthur
H. Httl N&sis wero entertained Informally at
Sp rrsHcnce of Mrs. William this cven-
TO.'nrilirM card party given by Mr and Mrs.
Mb LR. AVwtcr last evening was a splendid
trfi mxsf- Pan,c was played and the prlzo-
Esim isirs of the occasion were Mrs. Pike
ijtnlta ri&S Sbcoard of Salt Lake.
, . 'K Kis P.hoda Greenough was the reclpl-
i -2c' asin)rlse by thirty friends tonight.
"It uv!- arnook, late local manager of
., fa aCnmIn;3 commission office here, left
Fillfl Lako ,ast evening. Ifo will tut-
"a",n! Cillv. mauagement of an ofllco In Lo-
."if K.er Provo in a few days, H. reav-
jjw I V1.11'5 fiiicccaeor here,
rfkiSV N' Stevens war. up from tho Unl-
STtj S1',0? 1 tah thls morning for a few
r A1nt hcro wlln h'3 folks.
. r.r- R' Books arrived from Blng-
1 "JJ1 this ra6rnlng
r'- .S"3.?,0" Snyder was among tho nr-
-yj this iuondng from Salt Lake.
r? i1 , Uld Mrs. John Lowe left on last
r.at? raln for a honej-moon trip.
nAAfrri r, l1011 0n 1,10 outgoing pas
SC07I1 K?tr Ja5t evening.
? kJr5 Zl!la Wldilcraon left for the capital
hi rM;cr ,a e,rl of 1S susUiIned a
JSL ."f Ulls morning As the result
SSE k!Mldlnfr window. Tho bone of tho
SjJ Hi. 0t th0 mIddlo Anger was
'."? iS?JIcSor,.'', a,ul ir IToHncssy.
i' N w?p.an,ed t,1,; remains of the lato
1 -h?" 10 SnU Lake evening.
- .- to Park this morning.
ik A RIJAY cab.
"vt LIves in opn-rdy, "but No
t4 Great Harm Was Done.
ZZZqtto., (Sr2clal to The Tribune.)
-Kl7VILLE' pcb. 17.-An empty coal
H''MraWay rrom tlie Vasa-tch mine to
JJwutBoon. Just a few minutes aftor
m lulu had left wIth a Btrin ot
fat mtY and came xcry "ear ending
0mL T or threo ,nen' Albert Stevens
MfjKt, woplag a car down under tho
3trm i0n whlch 1,10 brak0 waH dcfcc-
I1IMBE7 lhG ar U1 awa'- Mr- Stevens
-dfrjy 0ff borore It got a good start.
JW,lnd:n1E?:d tl.,.(; rnhw sind on down
S Fad1nraC:irl'lc rau;- Section Forc
5Mf; th fl.le ."appened to bo walking
bd fl: lhe runaway car was on,
( PS1 at him i" 0,1 thc wogo" roai not
' 19Blv lv hc ,vrould been .killed
ain h-) 1 ou.,h5 Voiced aroutid after
'MntPt i,yfcllS'Jl tlle c:u" about
ilCto a him and he barely
Ik.M Sf,1 ofr the track before the
ami Wtokw 10 00 r T-'0,u on down tho
rfct t.e bV. Tl10, coal lfaln had about
tBwL oe " frL ?,f U- n,ld a3 the car was
BBBPs'J I tn L, curves, the onglnwr
iKr ? ,f : t and whistled to the
frBtrtar enr 7 ,i;,"u'l"!ln. who were on
Ht tho rlf t,ra,n- T1,?' Jumped
lV' JusL r,ftrucU. nnd were unlti.
Blcijrvf; n. ,'"- traIn was rounding a
TMtt ! cemetery tho runaway
MMrfrt. 11 liald ab"ut ton feci In
KMBy nni drLTwl ac,k on tho trucks
MWW o'f i?i)S ze' Tl"-' ,0'lcd car wna
EST 'jf-as Hen,0"'; l0, rih,-'r. A wrecking
fJlltt(rre mHLu'Vfrom Kdcn and tho
ferlpuJ; the track
- Mary gregoviob:
3K'fg?1Pfburg. aiontana, Tells How
Jjmi Rs CurBd 2 DandrufE.
lf3KlrZ, .Oreepvlch o Phlllpsburg.
iI&lcutQd11tyPhoId tovcr this sum
cd was losing my half
i5tr bjid my hcad ln Places woo pcr
5fclM Into ucvl'bro'i Horplcldo had Juot
TJR?' 'tronJh. 1,1 Phillpsburg. "d the
ifr'SmPio? A 1 tlnreco.rnmonded It vo me.
d'BHrf o-ut nix1 tioiiH my hair stopped
'Ctm 1 ul-crt , . cor,dng in jujaln qulto
B.(ifu-i,i0i.l,J, troubled greatly with
-M1, the danjrl?)? 1 am now (3ull cured."
AilK.1)" lfadin"L Eerrn with Hcrplclde.
iCchampl 10 Ttw ""PioW Co.f
SHOCKED TO DEATH
BY A LIVE WIRE
Young Minor at Mercur Almost In
stantly Killed in Golden
(Special to The Tribuno.)
MERCUR, Feb. 19.At tho Golden
Gate mine at 0:30 o'clock this evening
William P. Walters lost his life. From
Information obtainable it appears that
Walters, in a spirit of daring, took hold
of a live signal wire running from the
seventh drift to the engine-room and
was electrocuted. His companion. Her
bert Cooley. narrowly escaped with his
Cooley. whose duty It is to attend to
the signal wire, made the usual signal
to the engineer at the top of the drift,
He received a shock of electricity.
oung Walter? laughed at him, stepped
forward and took hold of the wire with
both nands, standing In front of Cooley.
who still had Ids hand on the wire.
Instantly Walters doubled up and
pitched violently toward Cooley. The
latter extricated himself from the wire
and with difficulty loosened the hold
which young Walter had on the wlro.
Medical aid was summoned, but when
Dr. Tlinycr arrived he found that young
Walters was dead.
Wallers was 25 years old, unmarried,
and lived at Wellsvllle with his pa
rents. He recently returned from a
mission to the Northern State?, and
had been in Mercur only a few months.
An inquest over iho remains will
probably be held here tomorrow.
Letter From the Department as to
Manti Eorest Reserve.
(Special to The Tribuno.)
33PHRA1M, Feb. J9.-The following let
ter relative to the lcmoval of growing
timber on the Mantl forest rcservo has
been issued by Forest Supervisor A. W.
'0 tlie Mayor and city Council and
Private Individuals: You are advised that
tho question of removal of young plno
trees from the Mantl forest "reserve for
planting purposes has been submitted to
the Commissioner of the General Land
onico at Washington, and the following
" 'Corporations arc not entitled to the
. V." V , ?L Iore- reserve tinber. nor are
Individuals allowed free use of forest re
serve timber for any purposes other than
those mentioned in tho provisions of law
regarding freo use.'
"The provisions of the law relative to
said matter ure as follows' 'The Secre
tary of the interior may permit, under
regulations lo be prescribed by him, the
I use of timber and stono upon such rcs
I ervations, free of charge, bv bona fld
settlors, miners, residents, etc., for lire
wood, fencing, building, mining, prospect
ing and other domestic purposes, as may
be needed by such persons for such pur
poses to bo used In tho State whero such
reserve?- are located.
' "For the purpose of preserving the liv
ing and growing timber and promoting
the younger growth on forest reservations
the Secretary of the Interior under Buch
rules and regulations as ho mav pre
scribe, may causo to be designated and
appraised so much of the dead, mature or
largcg rowth of trees found upon such
torost reservations as may bo compatible
with tlie utilization of the forests thereon,
and may soli tho same.
" 'You are advised, however, that appli
cations for taking young evergreen Bap
lings for planting should bo submitted to
tho department, with report of tho For
est Supervisor.' "
MT. PLEASANT OLD FOLKS. '
A Day's Exercises for Their Enter
tainment A Pleasant Time.
(Special to The Tribune.)
MT. PLEASANT. Feb. ID. Yesterday
was old folks' day, and they celebrated
tho occasion in grand style. At 1 o'clock
In tho afternoon tho people began ga
thering at the Union pavilion. Carriages
were provided for the aged and all who
could be were brought In. At 2 p. m. tho
following very interesting programme was
Song of welcome, high priests' quartette;
invocation, M. Andorson, Sr.; song, con
gregation; address of welcome. Bishop
James Larson; response. Patriarch Ed
ward Cliff; song. Miss Trcsslc Larson;
recitation. Mrs. Cecelia Rasmuescn; song,
Ferdinand Clark & Co.; address, Hon.
Orange Seoly; piano solo, Miss Mabel
Johnson; address, President C. N. Lund;
recitation, Miss Nellie McArthur; song,
the Monscn chorus; violin solo, Mr, P.
Alvlertz; recitation. Gcorgo Chrlstcnsen;
song, J llolln & Co.; song, high priests'
quartette, benediction. Bishop Daniel
The program-ne was followed by a din
ner, and about COO people were reu. nrty
three of them between the nges of CO and
70, twenty-seven between 70 and SO, and
fifteen over 0 years of age.
Mrs. ICatherlne McClenuhan. S3 years of
age, was tho oldest lady present, and Mr.
RuBinus RaBmussen, SO years ot ago, the
oldest man ln attendance.
Mr. Nells Christenscn had the distinc
tion of being tho heaviest person In the
gathering, tipping the beam at 2!W, with
Hon. Orange Scely a close second nt 2.
After dinner some lime was spent in
handshaking nnd renewing old friendships,
and a general good time A danco was
given in the evening and was highly en
Joyed by oil present. A short programme
wus given during the evening, as follows:
Song, Monsen chorus; Hon. Orange Secly
danced a Jig: song. "Forty Years Ago,"
Hon. W. L. Dotson- scng, Miss Tresslo
Larson; recitation, Mr. R. Anderson.
Tt does one's heart good to see the
amount of pleasure tho old people derive
from these gatherings, and more atten
tion should bo shown them, as many of
them uro not likely to attend another
old folks' party.
STORM AT PAROWAN.
It Makes Good Prospects D. & R. G.
Surveyors at "Work.
(Special to Tho Tribune )
PAROWAN. Feb. 17. We had quite a
nice little storm hero last night. After a
little thunder and lightning it rained for
a while, then turned to snow. This morn
ing thero was about two and a half Inohes
of heavy, wet snow on tho ground, which
makes it a llltlo more encouraging for
crops the coming summer.
Tho frost Is nil out of the ground njid
soma were thinking of starting to plough
in a few days If the storm had not come.
The D. &. R. G. surveyors arc In this
valley now surveying, it Is hoped that
tho grading will be hcro soon; for every
one here Is anxious for the railroad to
Measuring the Water.
(Special to The Tribune.)
COALYJLLE. Feb. 17.-A. D. Knowllon
of Salt Lake City arrived hero today and
will work with the farmers and ditch
companies of this county In putting In
tho weirs nnd measuring devices in the
canals. He has been sent hcro by State
Emdneer DoremuH.- It is estimated that
It will cost tho farmers of this county
nearly ?4l,000 to comply with tlie new irri
gation law In putting in these weirs, and
a great many of them are a little reluc
tant about spending so much money. The
weirs cost from ?10 to 120), according to
tho sl-of the ditch. Thoy will no doubt
bo a good thing when they are put in.
hut it will work a great hardship on tho
HICKEY BEATEN .
IN DAMAGE SUIT
"Wanted S30,70O From the Rio
Grande "Western, but Case Wa3
Decided Against Him.
Cases Sot for Today.
Division No. 1 Hon. W. C, Hall, -f
Division No. 2 Hon. S. V. Stev-
art. Judge. .
Setting of Jury cacs,
f Law nnd motion calendar. -j-
Division No. S Hon. C. W. Morse.
4- Sjtrali Ix Nash vs. Albert H. 4-
Nash. - 4-
-4- Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lowin, -f
Law and motion calendar. 4-
Civil Dlvlslon-Hon. 11. S. Tan-
2 p. m., Sanford vr, Matthews,
4- supplemental proceedings beforo
4- Georgo Maycock, referee. -f
4-4-4-4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4-
Thc Jury In the case of D. Hlckey
against the Rio Grande Western Rail
way company, yesterday returned a
verdict In favor of the defendant and
the action was dismissed without pre
judice by District Judge Booth.
The case is one in which the plain
tiff sought to recover damages ln the
sum of 530.700 for personal Injuries
sustained as a result of alleged negli
gence on the part of the defendant.
Beforo the Introduction of any evi
dence the defendant moved a non-suit,
which wna denied by the court. At the
conclusion of the trial another motion
was made by the defendants asking
that tho Jury be Instructed to return a
verdict for the defendanL The motion
was argued and granted. Upon motion
of the attorneys for the plaintiff the
case was dismissed without prejudice
and the plaintiff given permission to
!bring another action.
BROWN WOULD LIKE
TO STOP JUDGE MORSE
Arguments on th? petition for a writ
of prohibition filed by ex-Senator Ar
thur Brown to prevent District Judge
Morse from proceeding further in the
adultery' case against him were made
before the bench of the Supreme court
yesterday forenoon. The defendant
was represented by Judge King and
City Attorney Dey and Attorney-General
Breeden and County Attorney
Westcryclt made the arguments for the
The petitioner's attorneys set forth
that the law was not complied with In
the matter of the proceedings In the
City court. It was argued that tho
committing magistrate never secured
Jurisdiction of the case for tho reason
that tho complaining witness was not
examined by him prior to the issuance
of the warrant. The State's attorneys
represented that the County Attorney
is empowered under the statutes to ex
amine the complainant and authorize
the Issuance of the complaint and war
rant. The vital question involved in this
matter is the construction of the stat
utes governing the procedure ln regard
to Instituting criminal proceedings be
fore a magistrate. Section 4612 of tho
Revised Statutes requires the magis
trate himself to examine the complain
ant under oath, and Section -1615 places
upon the County Attorney certain du
ties and authority respecting the Issu
ance of a warrant. It appears that In
this case the Investigation prior to the
issuance of a warrant was made entire
ly by the County Attorney and not by
the magistrate, after which the County
Attorney Indorsed upon the complaint
his approvel of the Issuance of a war
rant. It seems thnt this method has
been commonly and generally followed
by County Attorneys throughout tho
State In the Institution of criminal pro
ceedings. In doing so they have acted
under what was supposed to be a cor
rect construction of the provisions of
Section 4615. If this method be held by
the Supreme court not lo be a sutliclent
compliance with the requirements of
the statute. Is will require an entire and
radical change In the methods hitherto
pursued by the magistrates and prose
The matter was taken under advise
ment by tho court.
Judge Stewart yesterday adminis
tered the oath of citizenship to Andrew
G. Westln. formerly of Sweden, but now
living in this city.
A foreclosure suit to recover $525 al
leged to be due for rent was Instituted
In the District court yesterday by J.
E. Dooly against I G. Wood et ul.
Joseph A. Brown filed a complaint in
the District court yesterday against
C. Skeen, et al., asking Judgment ln the
sum of 51109.15, which amount Is nl
leged to be due on a promissory note
executed by the American Falls Canal
and Power company ln favor of the
A suit was brought in the District
court yesterday by Joseph Robinsbn, et
al., against James A. Brown to quiet
title lo a piece of ground bctwoen tho
Minna lode, owned by the plaintiffs and
tho Climax and Climax No. 2 lodes,
owned by the defendant. The plain
tiff asks for a temporary and a per
manent restraining order enjoining the
defendant from entering upon or work
ing the ground of the contlicting area.
Tho upset price fixed for the sale of
the property of the Salt Lake Water
and Electric Power company. In the suit
of George P. Holman against the power
company, et al., wus yesterday changed
by Judge Hall from 5G5.000 to JGO.00O.
The reduction of 55000 ln the minimum
price for which the property may' he
sold by the comnilssloncrs was made
upon motion of Ogden lilies, attorney
for the defendants.
A petition asking for loiters of ad
ministration of tho cstato of Alfred
Thompson, deceased, was 'filed ln the
.probate division of the District court
yesterday by Minnie Thompson of Big
Horn county, Wyoming. The deceased
died in this city January 1G. 1901, leav
ing an estate of the probable value of
about 51300. Joseph W. Houston is
named as administrator of the estate
in the will of the deceased, but the pe
titioner alleges that he has been negli
gent in his duty and asks thut Charlos
Baldwin be appointed administrator ln
Andrew Mathiason, an ased resident of
Brlgham City who attempted suicide, has
been taken to the lnsano asylum.
Dr. Rich, the Box Elder County Physi
cian, reports about twonty-tlvo cases of
smallpo four miles south of Wlllard.
L. W. Goldsmith, who has sheep near
tho Warm Springs forry, In Idaho, caught
In a trnp a lynx weighing sixty-seven
Reed Bird was at homo from Salt Lake
Saturday. Jollying with .his old boy and
girl friends, says the Sprlngville Inde
pendent. Cleal . O. Brlmhall,, the twenty-onc-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Brlmhall of Spanish Fork, died Tuesday
morning of pneumonia, after a brief 111.
Mrs. Dan Kinney has returned to Poca
tcllo from tho Holy Cross hospital at
Salt Lake, where sho was operated on
Homo tlmo ago. Tho operation was suc
cessful and oho returns greatly Improved
Honry L. Koltcr of Brlgham Citv went
to Logan about ten days ago to visit rela
tives, taking: his three children with him.
The children have all been taken down
with scarlet fever and are now under
A few days ago twenty-four ladles of
Brlgham City cave Mrs, Joseph Morton
Hen of Brlgham City a surprise. They
called on hor, bringing a picnic lunch, and
gave her JC to send to her husband, who
ts In Norway on a mission.
Georgo W. Monk, the twenty-onc-yoar-old
son of Charlos Monk of Spanish Fork
has been operated on In Salt Lake for
hernia, in three different places. He has
been placed In a plastcr-poris east. In
which ho will have to stay a month.
Tho officers elected for the ensuing vear
for the Upper Sevier Reservoir and Fish
Stock company are Thomas Scvy, presi
dent. John IJ. Fullmer, vice-president,
James A. Worthcn, secretary. AV P. Sar
gent, treasurer; John Houston, Joseph
Johnson and William R. Slggs. directors.
Francis M. "Wells has been exhibiting at
Pleasant Grovo a curious Htone hc picked
up recently on tho desert west of Grants
vllle, Utah. It is oblong In shone, about
two Inches ln length, and smoothly pol
ished. He states that ho also picked up
a petrltled clam and oyster shells and
one-half of a petrified ilsh ln the region
STABBING AT LEHI.
One School Pupil Stabs Another
Postofflce Nnme Leaves Off "City."
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
LEIH, Feb. 19. Yesterday afternoon Jay
Sun nor, a student ln the Central school,
received a vicious stab in tho ribs with
a pockct-knlfo In tho hands of a fellow
student, Eljjln Bono. It appears that
young Sumner was passing water to the
omui-uin in mo manual training depart
ment, and happened to spill some down
the back of Bone. This so Incensed the
latter that he mado tho assault, which
will not provo fatal simply because the
knife struck a rib. Sumner Is confined
to his room nnd passed a sleepless night
but the attending physician anticipates
no bad results.
Benjamin C. Lolt and A. W. Klrkham
and families and the l'umllv ot Janu
Klrkham left for Alberta. Can., this week.
James Klrkham has been made postmas
ter at Raymond, Can, A. YV Klrkham
has a thriving mercantile venture In the
same city and Mr. Lott Is engaged in
the ranching business at McGrath.
Thomas Webb and Thomas Austin ves
tcrday left for Kansas City with a truln
load of 2500 muttons. Tho sheep had been
fattened on pulp at tho sugar fnctorv and
were in prime condition.
At tho meeting of tho Lehl Mercantile
company held Monday James 11. Gardner,
A. J. Evans, William S. Cox, Richard Nor
man nnd Joseph D. Cox were elected a3
a board of directors.
James B. Gaddl, chief engineer at the
Idaho Falls sugar factory, Is visiting
friends ln Lehl.
T. R. Cutler. Jr., superintendent of the
Sugar City, Ida., sugar factory, and T
II. Edwards, superintendent of the sugar
factory at Garland, are spending a few
days in Lehi.
Hyru.Ti R. Klrkham and Miss Leonora
Wolf, who were married Wednesday In
the Salt Lake Temple, hold their wedding
reception at the residence of the groom's
parents last evening.
John Brown, field superintendent for tho
Grund Junction Sugar company, spent a
few days with his fumlly this week. Mr.
Brown says that prospects arc favorably
for a successful bevt season, though Just
at present the streets of Grand Junction
are dry and dusty.
Superintendent James II. Gardner nnd
Chief Engineer M. W. Ingalls of the Utah
Sugar company have returned from Cleve
land. O-, whore they placed some orders
for sugar machinery.
Reports have reached Lehl that a herder
who was in charge of J. E. Austin s sheep
on tho Uintah reservation Is lost, and a
searching party has been sent out.
After March Slst tho name of this post
bftlco will be changed from L?hl City to
Leni. and Stephen W. Ross has been ap
pointed to act as postmaster. Tho office
Is almost universally known as Lehl, nnd
when a mnney-ordor ccmes thus drawn
it brings with It an atrfount of "red tape"
that requires several months to unwind.
Tho Utah County Light and Power
company has Just received a car of poles,
which will bo strung from Lehl to the
Jordan pumplng-plant. New wire will also
bo strung from the generating plant at
tho mouth of American Fork canyon, as
the present line Is too light to carry the
heavy voltage that will opernto the AW
horsepower dyifamos that operate the big
InsaajM grrj uuau ,nrw W r
I -' . I
J I FUN IF YOU DO.- '
Examine yourself critically and :
If ln doubt, try POSTUM10 days
Instead of Coffee.
j If you feel better, happier and
1 with none of tho old aches and I
nils, you will have found your
I cue to health and comfort. !
'There's a Reason"
I Look for the miniature Hook.
J "THE ROAD TO WELL-
j V1LLE" in each package. j
BIB WORTH GREEN j;. fijj l
STAyRWirH :- I
j PURCHASE ON I
ISP SHOE STOCK.-
tilllll i-rt. WORTH GREEN TRADING dr llSlsPi. I
M$MMi $7 -5 - STAMPS WITH EVERY - $I.'OQ
pjgl PURCHASE ON ALL DRY GOODS, UNDER- Wjk3$$ I
l WEAR FURNISHINGS, H
' ' WM. BARTLINQ, Prop. '
DR. C. W. HIGGINS
Has one of the very latest X-Ray ,-nd
Electrical Machines in bis office
Electric Baths and all of the ory latest
treatments given. In the most scientific
Microscopic Medical Institute
C. W. Higgins, M. D., Mgr. and Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Corner Main and Third South.
1 1. -is pr Hied In Salt Lake City for twen-l-Jlvo
yi-ars, nnd the wonderful and well
oKtabUflhed cures lie has effected in that
time prove the scientific principles on
which nls medicines are compounded.
Funning diagnosis by the aid of tho mi
croscope enables him to delect tho pri
mary eauso or diseases and effect a
radh-al cure. Tlie doctor luis cured thou
sands of cases of
Nervous Debility, Mental and Physi
cal Weakness and Nervous
And will forfeit $W0 for any case taken
under his treatment which he falls to
All ilassi-3 of private diseases cured and
all old. lingering diseases, which vitiate
the blood and impair tho system, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Liver and
kidney complaint cured. All classes of
fits cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay Ofllco hours, 10 to 3:30 and 7 to
S x- m
Plcaso send for a list of questions to
Dr C. W 1 rigging. Salt Lako City, Utah.
Unequalled in Purity I
OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS j
! OSWEGO CORN STARCEL g
ji-irxoiirii 111 r it irfinhrii -rrmiuaJ
3fe gc Cigar
The Largest Setting Brand of
Cigars in the World,
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I Echoes of the Baltimore Fire. 5
' Look well to your fire insurance policies. Tills groat fire will un- -
doubtedly "wipe out" 25 per cent of the fire Insurance companies doing
t business in tho United States. Jl
y The policies of many companies will he made only as much waste 4
' raPEvery company In THE WILSON-SHERMAN CO 'S Agency. 10 in IH
all went through the great Chicago and Boston conflagrations and T IH
V paid their losses dollar for dollar and have accumulated their millions J
r since on account of the reputation made ln those trylnp Ume3. thoy will 4 H
nay in full again for their losses at Baltimore and yet navo money jH
X left for any possible obligation they are liable to incur in Utah or else-
where. 4 IH
L Notice their list of great companies: 4
- Company. Incorporated. Assets Jan. 1, 3P03. 4
!- Citizens of St. Louis. Mo 1S37 $14,130,588.63 4 IH
t Germnn-Amorican of New York 1572 10,319,176.76 3
L Ina. Co of North America lr 10,02,oS3.6l
t Notional Fire of Hartford 3SC0 6.205 ,303.71
J" Niagara Fire of New York 1S50 JffiXH? 1
Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society 1707 7.000.000.00 j; iVM
Phoenix Ins. Co. of Hartford 1354 M07.612.14 jlH
L Philadelphia Underwriters 1317 1o.Sj.-i07.00 'IKH
t Sprlnsfleld F. & M. of Mass 1S49 6.154.S91.S1 4
I Queen Ins. Co. of America 1S91 5.744.340.S0 - HH
f- Transatlantic Fire of Hamburg: 1S37 2.900,000.00 HH
- All of theso ten (10) great Fire Companies represented by !fl
I IS WILSON-SHERMAN CO., 5
t No 52 W. 2nd South St. Upstairs. 4
t Insurance ln all Its branches. "We want your business." 4
JpP $U? MEDICINES FREE J'v I
Wvf Jh F0R ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES &w iSSM
wSk y w-y T0 ALL WH0 APPLY AT 0MCE $ !
xl tX TlllB fcPeclul ofTer goes luto effeot at g
SH ouco ani1 3pP"ea 10 Qll f" V t 1
Wo also euro Cnt.irrh and all CUronlo W
$K iNvt Discuses ot tho Byo, Kar, tfose. Tbroat, . w&r'i ' 1
c J Vw Storaaou, Kidneys, Liver and Bovrels ' VHvlfwA' H
sJvTri?12, ann n" Private and Nerrous Diseases L'&iy I ,H
CTS of both sexes. KW '
ySSlos. ' Consultation In pcraou or bv lettur vfiiflts ( H
uu A.J snouts. free to all. Cull or write, un. c. w. siiohep. , H
TTOM"R (TD"RF.S T5V MAIL J rtralr hcauso you Urn at a dlstanro rro:n lti I
run); oi It obr lo vtt expert adrlcu unci treatment at home. Tliuli uctv hymptom blank cover . H
ovory symptom of dltcnse n blcb ouablos thetu to diagnose your oaso and full you vrhot your 1 ll
trouble Is. uliai can bo dono for ycu. and vrhut tbo cos, of euro rll bp. WillTK If you cannot i IH
coll, for tbelr new syrnptom list uud lako ndTuntu;o ot tbo FJtUi: EXAMINATION Whelber IH
you tnUo truatmonl or not, tlio udrlcu coew you noihlnc 1 IH
Weak Men Pay Where Cured 1
It you suOor from nny of tbo wcaknciaei or ouro vou nnt nnd tbon ast n JtHASOV- ' H
dbcaios caused by Scuoranco. oicess or con- ADLi; KKE rfbeu you nro cured You cun do-
t-nsllon VOU AUK THIS VERY I'lillSOf VH jiuuil upon our word, tboiir-ands or patient E H
WANT TO TALK TO. bavo Indorsed u. NOW VB WANT To OUHE ' IH
Wo havo provonoursktUln curlns CnrtONIO YOU whb tbo dUtlnct undoMtr.ndlni? tba' wo ! H
dlsouiuo by iiubllMiluK tbo raauj voluntary will not doiuand a FEE until -o oiuo you. I I IH
tostlnionlab from bomu people, cllne uauici, Thliappllct to Lost .Manhood, Seminal vrcak.- ' H
p,0wrA?AVrdPUiHlSII OUK OI1KFS De, Spcrmaionbocu. Varlcocole. Kltcasos of 1
IS l'Kl"vTB msiSASES- tho IVosialo Gland, t nnaturQl I.omc. Hon-
UocKuno It would botrny couttdonro. Ilonco, orrhocn.Olcet. Stricture. etc.. Contadous tJlood H
to huvo to piovo our skill In this olnw or trou- rolsou, aud all WliAICNESSEiJ of incu. Con- j H
bluo In another way This Is our plan fiultatlou mid advice freo. J IH
OOlcn lloura, 9 n. m. to 6 p.m.; Eroulnrt.7 to 8: Sundays and Uolldays, 10 a. in. to 13. 1
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, M'isiafaii'.'c:ui,h.