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H . 8 The Salt Lake Trtbtjb: TinmsDAX Moknistg, February 25, 1904. &
I I SLOW PROGRESS
IN ROSE TRIAL
Illness of District Attorney Eichnor
D Causes a Postponement of the
I Case Till Today,
I Cases Set for Today.
I j DISTRICT COURT.
j -f Division NTo. 1 Hon. W. C.'Hall.
i : Francis Cargoes ct al. vs. tho ,4-
Mackcy Printing and Binding com- -4-
t pany; potltlon for confirmation of 4-
sale by receiver, -t-
4- Division N'o. 2 Hon. S. TV. Stew- -f
i ! -4- art. Judge.
3 -f- Oregon Short Lino Railway com- 4
j , pany vs. Moylnn Fox ct al. -f
i i Division No. 3 Hon. C. "W. Morse, -f-
j Judge. 4
-f State of Utah vs. Frank Rone. -f
. Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lowls, -f
I ) Judge.
j jj -f- Thomas Roscamp vs. Henrietta -f
jj Roscamp; Utah Savings and Trust -f
'' company vs. S. Bnmbergcr. -f-
CITY COURT. -f
q 4- Civil Division Hon. H. S, Tanner, -f
3, 4- Judge.
? 10 a. m., Dart vs. Boyd; Flshel -f-
Jjj ' -f- vs. Morris Somncr, 4"
31 f 2 p. m., Hodges vs. Snow. -f-
Owing; to indisposition of District At-
i( torney Eichnor the Frank Itoso murder
case was continued yesterday morning
J until 10 o'clock today. Mr. Eichnor is
suffering from a bad cold and was un-
j able to be present In court yesterday.
Assistant County Attorney Smith, how
' ever, examined the talesmen on the two
s?pecial venires as to their statutory
) qualifications, and the selection of the
remainder of the jury will be taken up
!j again this morning. One juror, George
j "W. Stocking. Is all that has been se-
cured thus far.
: Tho deputy sheriffs were unable to
'i servo subponeas on all the jurors sum-
1 moncd In time for court yesterday on
account of the heavy condition of the
B roads. Although they worked hard and
j all night only sixty-one of the men sum-
moned on the two venires nppeared In
court yesterday. These were examined
on their voir dire by Mr. Smith, and
forty-one were sworn and accepted. The
remaining were excused as follows-:
Four, wrong name; 2, unable to read
or write English; -i, physical disabilities-;
6, on own motion, and -J, exempt
under the statutes.
The condition of District Atlorney
! Eichnor is in no way serious, but he is
confined to his bed with an attack of
the grippe and It was thought improb
able last night that he would bo able to
attend court todaj-. In the event that
he can not be present today the case
v. Ill no doubt be continued' until such
time as he Is recovered.
I I ELDEEDGE RESTRAINED
1 1 FROM ASSESSING PROPERTY
j. In accordance with the petition of
1 City Attorney Dey the Supreme court
i I as Issued a writ of prohibition against
L County Assessor Ben R. Eldrcdge, et
i al . temporarily restraining the assess-
; ing of the property of the Utah Light
, Sr TtaJlway company. The County
Assessor secured an opinion from the
'"ounty Attorney in which it was held
I that tho statute giving the State Board
I of Equalization power to assess prop-
, erty wholly within the county was un
constitutional, and Mr. Eldrcdge was
i preparing to assess the property of the
street railway company when -the above
j action was commenced. The writ is
made returnable on March 14th at 10
i o'clock, at which time the defendant
will be required to show cause why he
should not be permanently enjoined
from making the assessment on the
property in dispute.
I I Court Notes,
Suit for divorce was brought in tho
District court yesterday bv Adelia
Sloan against William A. Sloan. The
plaintiff alleges desertion and non-sup-II
port and asks for general relief. The
II 1S9L10 mtermarrlei at ePI dune 1,
I Aaron Keyser brought an action in
II the Districth court yesterdav against
I John E. Hill, et al to recover on a
II promissory note for $2500, alleged to
j have been executed by the defendants in
favor of the plaintiff on January 2S,
Henrietta M. Austin filed a complaint
for divorce in the Dislrlct court yester
J day against Frederick Austin, whom
j she alleges deserted her in August. 1901
I The parties were married at "White
j Oaks, Is". M., on March 11, 1BSS, and
J have three children, the custody of
j whom Is asked by the plaintiff.
I A petition in Intervention in the case
j of Lrancis Cargeeg, et al.. vs. the
Mackey Printing and Binding company
was filed in tho District court yester
?al FA G- Wood' wh0 allees that
1 he holds the promissory note of the de
fendant for $3000. It is asked that the
note be declared a Hen upon the nron
erty of the defendant
How the Pastor Saved a Life.
A man near Fort Gay, VT. Va., made
an entire failure in getting strength
from the kind of -food he ate nnd not
knowing that the trouble was with the
food kept on loring- health until the doc
tors gave him up to die.
It was supposed to be consumption
because he was wasting away stcadilv
and slowly dying. His minister called
from time to time and one day brought
along a package of Grape-Nuts think
ing from what he knew qf the famous
food that perhaps it might help him.
The sick man took to it at once and
from that day began to get well. In
writing lie says:
"T walked to town today 3 miles.
Have gained over 40 pounds In about 2
months and my neighbors don't know
what to say. I frequently am told it
was as i I am raised from the dad.
Everybody here knows of my case, you
can tell people to write to the Postmas
ter or Rev. L. D. Bryan. I will make a
sworn statement that Grape-Nut3-saved
my life." Name given by Pos
tuin Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
This Is another illustration that
where all other food falls one can bo
brought back to health nnd strength on
Grapo-iNutB. "There's a reason."
Look in each pkg for the famous lit
tle book, "The Road to WeUville,"
JOHN RICE HELD
FOR BEUTLER MURDER
George W. TdTuncy Furnished Damaging-
Evidence That Induced Judge
Dichl to Hold the Prisoner.
John Rico wns lipid to the District court
without bail to answer for tho murder of
Fred Beutler on February 'X, by
Judgo Diohl yesterday afternoon. Tho de
cision was handed down after tho exami
nation of Georgo W, Muncy, which lasted
all aiornlng and a part of the afternoon,
Tt was Muncy whose confession led to
the arrest of Rico and Abe Hunter on this
charge. Tho witness irnve his ago as 57,
and said ho had met Rice a short time
prior to the death of Beutler. He said that
ho met Rice and Hunter In Hunter's gran
ary somo ten days boforo tho murder,-and
that Hunter proposed to rob Beutler.
They agreed to meet In tho granary and
"Wo found tho old man sitting in a
chair," said this witness. "We grabbed
him and throw him on the bed. Rice
shoved a rag, which he had brought from
the granary, in the old man's mouth.
Hunter turned tho light down and hunted
for tho money. He couldn't llnd any. Wo
bocamo quiet nnd then somo ono knocked
at the door and everything was quiet.
"When wo went In wo covored our faces
with cloths that wo hod found In tho
granary. It was Hunter who opened
Beutlcr's door and locked It after wo got
inside. Whllo Hunter wan turning the
light down, Rico and I were holding tho
old man and Rice stuffed tho rag in his
"Beutlor cried out only once. He said
uiurucr; j. saw jucc wun ins nanus on
Bcutler's throat choking him. We stayed
about live minutes and left because wo
did not think It safe to remain there, Rico
and Hunter did not go with mo. Beutler
was not dead when T loft, T could tell be
cause he was on tho bed moving."
Muncy said bo saw Rico onco after the
murder and advised him to get out of the
country, which Rico promised to do Ho
did not see Rice again until ho met him in
tho county Jail this spring.
SOLDIER OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Cross-examination brought out tho fact
that Muncy was a veteran of tho Civil
war and that ho h3d marched with Slvr
mnn "from Atlanta to the noa." He said
ho had been wounded in the right arm,
but had never been hurt on tho hend. His
eyesight, he said, Ik "bad and he was not
able to read tho newspapers for somo tine
beforu and after tho Beutler murder.
When ho was tlrst arrested by Deputy
Sheriff Booth ho denied all knowledge of
tho crime. Tho next day ho Implicated
Abo Hunter, Al Mitchell and Rice, but
kept his own namo out of It. Finally, ho
said, ho told the wholo thing, keeping
Tho witness was unable to tell how Rice
and Hunter were dresacd on the night of
th- murder. He did not know how Beutler
was dressed and had never seen him be
fore. Ho Illustrated how he had taken
hold of Bctitlor by the shoulders and
drawn him back.
When the Stato closed Its case Mr.
Hamilton announced that tho defenso
would Introduce no testimony. Ho made
a formal motion to dismiss, for tho rea
son thnt thero was no legal evidence upon
which the court would bo Justllled In
holding Rico to the District court. The
motion was overruled and the defendant
was remanded to the custody of the Sher
iff, The hearing of Abe Hunter on thp sane
chargo will begin this morning at in
o'clock. He will be defended by ISdler &
SPRAYING AN8 PRUNING.
Mr. Sorenson, Inspector of Pests, Di
rects Attention to Both as Urgent
Editor Tribune: The fruit raisers of
Salt Lake county have, no doubt, seen
in your paper an account of the new
method of preparing the winter wash,
formerly called No. 7. As Inspector, I
considered It necessary to make a test
before recommending It or condemning
it. I can say I have both made and
used it, and find it a great auccess in
the saving of time and material. If any
one deslren to make it, and has any
doubt as to how, if he will send word
to me I will call and assist him, free of
Now is the time to commence pruning
and winter spraying. We do not see
any worms crawling around, or insects
buzzing about as wo do in the summer
time, and therefore some conclude there
Is no uj in spraying. That Is where
appearance deceives, and people make
a great mistake. The Insects, though
dormant, are still present with us In
some form. They get the better of us
In the summer because they can creep
or fly away when we get after them
either with the spray pump or powder
gun. Now is our time to get even, as
they have to sit ytlll nnd take their
medicine, which, if properly applied, will
do more effective work than at any
other time of the year.
For illustration. If you will lake a
magnifying glass and examine around
the cherry tree budy, or under a pear
tree branch, thousands of eggs will be
found, which, in the opening of spring
j produce ravaging insects to destroy
blossoms and fruit. You will also find
the codling moth larva and pupa under
the loooso bark of trees. Every such
nest destroyed now will save your
orchard from 500 to 1200 worms in the
The great efficacy of winter grav
ing consists in the fact that you not
only destroy anv Insect vnn fnnr.ii !,,
same as you do with the summer spray,
but in winter the spray you can use is
of such a nature that It destroys tho
Insect eggs; whereas the summer spray
cannot be made strong enough to de
stroy the eggs. This makes a vast dif
ference between a summer and a winter
spray, in favor of the latter. Besides
the winter spraying also deslrovs the
spori of fungi, thereby preventing mil
dew and the premature decay of fruit.
One objection to the winter spray has
been the excessive time and labor con
sumed In preparing it. This objection
In now overcome by the new method of
preparation. The winter spray prepared
by this new method should be used by
everybody having trees or bushes, as
there is no spray to compare with It
for general efficacy.
Formula No. 5, which Is the old No. 7.
LIME, SULPHUR AND SALT MIX
TURE. The new way to make It is: "With a
gallon and a half of boiling water make
a paste of 15 pounds sulphur, then
with 10 gallons boiling water slack 30
pounds of fresh lime in a strong barrel,
otlr with a hoe a minute, now pour in
your sulphur paste; cover quick with
an old blanket and a tub up sldo down
on the barrel; let it cook for 10 minutes;
now stir, so lime don't burn, cover
quickly, let stand 10 minutes; dissolve
11 pounds of coarse salt with 2 gallons
boiling water; when dissolved put Into
barrel, stir, lot stand 10 minutes; now
nil barrel with hot water to make 45
gallons. Tills is tho best of all sprays
Physicians Recommend Castoria
.ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on the part of physicians, pharrna-
ceutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with
results most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably the
result of three facts: first The indisputable evidence that it is harmless:
second That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimi
lates the food : Third It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for Castor Oil.
It is absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotic
and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's
Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how
ever, is to expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day
for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by
regulating the system not by stupefying it and our readers are entitled to
the information. Ball's Journal of Bcalth.
,:. slmilalingilrcFoodantlRegiiia 5
ncss and Resr.Contalns neither .
j Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. 3
j Not Narcotic. J
Jitape of Old DrSAKUZL P7UESR
JujfS.m SaJ- j
JuUc SJU - J
.4rJt St til I 9
Clarifcd Stiyar j i
A perfect Itemcdy for Cons tipa- 5
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- fl
, ness and Loss of Sleep, m
PacSinulc Signature of
exact copy or wrapper,
as It kills everything, but It ran only
be uped in winter when trefs are dor
mant, but there- Is no sprny to com
pare with it for efficiency. Respectfully
JOHN P. SOR13NSEX.
Inspector of Pests, Salt Lake county.
Feb. 21, 1901.
Strength and Endurance
Aro factors of tho srreatost success.
Xo person can do full Justice to himself
In no season of the year are thev mon
easily exhausted than in the sprint;.
Wc need not discuss the reason for this
here. It's enough to say thero Js one. and
that Hood's Saraaparllla gives .strength
and endurance, as thousands annually
Asael Blanchard of Logan has gone on
a mission to Germany.
The Logan river water user3 arc to have
a meeting on Saturday.
The CaBtledale school trustees have hired
an additional primary teacher, Mlsa Kdna
Tho wedding of Miss Kdnu. Lyon. 3lster
of Dr. F. J. Lyoii, and Dorsey llerr, a San
Pedro civil engineer, was a notable event
at .Marysvale last week. They will live
In Salt Lalce.
Vesta, the IIUlo four-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lund of Castle
dale, had a very narrow escane from be
ing burned to death. The little one was
playing by a lire In the yard, when her
dresses caught lire. The child's screams
aroused the mother, who was busily per
forming work in the house, she rushed out
of the house Just In time to throw Ikt
apron around the little one, putting the
fire out beforo the child was seriously
Tho Blackfoot Democrat says: "Wil
liam Showoll of Salt Lake, father of R. O.
G. Showell, nnd a pioneer of Utah, who
ha been visiting his son for a few days
past, loft town Friday evening for an ex
tended visit on the coast. Mr. Showell
will visit Portland. San Francisco and oth
er points of Interest and will bo absent
several weeks. Mr. Showell cane to this
part of tho "West In 1SC1 nnd was in Salt
Lake when it was not as large as the
The Logan Journal has this storv of an
honest man: "James Collctt, whoso homo
13 In this city, whllo at work in Dowey
vlllo last Saturday, found a wallet con
taining In United States currency and
about flCOO in checks. Ho at oucc an
nounced hia llnd and tried to locate tho
owner, but could not do so. Next dav a
man appeared nearly frantic over the loss
of his wallet. 'What kind of a wallet
wan It?' asked Collett. and the man de
scribed it. Collctt handed It to him, anl
In returned received not so much as
'thank you.' And then puoplo wonder why
honesty is always at a nremlnm
THE REAL TEST.
Of Htrpicido Is In Giving- It a Thor
There Is only one test by which to Judge
? wC.fPffl?n,ncy of, n"y an,cl d that
Is h J1? a)lUtZ to lo that which It is In
tended to do. Many hutr vigors may look
nice and , smell nice, bat the point Isdo
hair? C 10 Dimr"fr aud BtP filling
No, thoy do not. but Hcrplclde does,
becauao it goes to tho root of the evil and
kllln the germ thnt atlack tho papilla
from whence tbo hair gets Its life.
Lottcrn from prominent people every
where are daily proving that Nowbro'j
Herplcldc stands the ' test of uoo."
It Is a delightful rtresslng. clear, pur
and frco from oil or ur.-asc.
Sold by leading drugglats. Sf-nd 10c in
tamps for Hamplo to Tho Horplcldo Co
Letters from Prominent Physicians Addressed to Charles H. Fletcher.
W . Dr- D- Oaletcad Scott, of ChlcaRo, IIIe.. cayts : "I hare prescribed yonr Castoria
often for Infante durlnz my practice, and And It very satisfactory."
. ,Dr wmiara Belmont of Clcroland, Ohio, says: "Your Cartoria stands first In
?, It0 c. ?8f- ,ln ra tulrtj years of practice I can any 1 never haro found auytblng that
W so tilled the place." , j
ly Dr. J. II. Taft, of Brooklyn, N, Y., Bays: "I have uxtd your Castoria nnd found
Jj it an excellent remedy in my household and private practice for many yearo. Tho
l! formula Is excellent."
fl' Dr. Wm. Ij. Bofsorman, of nrnTnlo. N. Y., says : "I atn pleased to speak a good
word for your Castoria. I think so hlchly of it that I not only recommend it to
jii others, but hare used It In my own famlfy, '
Dr. R. J. Tlamlen, of Detroit. Mich., says: "I pmcrlbo vour Castoria or-
35 tenMvely, as I hnvo never found anythlag to equal It for children!? troubles. I am
a ware that there nrc Imitations In the field, but I alwavs sec that my patients got
tp Dr. Wm. I. McCann. of Omaha, Neb., nays: "As the father of thirteen children
U I certaluiy know something about your great medicine, nnd nslde from my own
J- family experience I have In my years of practice found Castoria a popular and
:,r elllclcnt remedy In almost every home."
Dr. J. R. Clauaon. of Philadelphia. Pa., says: "The name that your Caetorla
u. haii made for itself lu the tons of thousamln of homes blessed by the presence of
j children, rcarcely needs to be supplemented by the endorsement of tho medical pro
feEslon, but I, for one, most heartily endorso it and believe It an excellent remedy."
A Dr. Channlnc II. Cook, of St. Louie, Mo., says' "I hare used vour Castoria for
ff; soveral yeais past In ray own family nnd havo always found It thoroiicbly efficient
iF nnd never objected to'by children, which ic a grent consideration in view of the fact
B-1 that most .medicines of this character arc obnoxious and therefore difficult of ad-
, ministration. As a laxative, 1 consider it the peer of anything that I ever prc-
A Dr. R. M. Ward, of Kansas City. Mo., says: "PhysIcIanG Generally do not pre-
g; scribe proprietary preparations, but In the caeo of Castoria my experience, llko that
j of many otber physicians, has taught me to mnUc an exception. I prescribe your
Si Castoria In my practice because I bare found It to be a thoroughly reliable remedy
A lor children's complaints. Any physician who hns raised a family, n3 I have will
B Join me In heartiest recommendation of Castoria."
I CENUGNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
I Bears the SEP
The Kind You Have Always Bought
n Use For Over 3 Years.
y THC CtNTAU COUPAflY, 77 MURRAY CT, HZVl YORK CITY.
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! MEDICINES FREE 5 fll j
"SSh FOR ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES Sd
w& ' CS- 70 ALL mo APPLY AT wcE pra
Thls sPcclal offcr eocs Into oCcct at
f once and applies to all. Ctf?
"" a,s0 cur0 Catarrh and all Chronlo lj$$Vh.
Mt D!ascs of the Kye. J!ar. Noso. Throa. AAiVr? '
rtdSajSfc J X-Jsj2 Stomach. Kidneys. Liver and Bowels WMVt&
W&XVSW a?'L aLl Pr,vat0 and rvous Diseases AMtflHrt
iMM bot; :;:cs-, mw
m...lju. CouAiiltatSon in person or by letter jimv-e
nr.. a. J. shore. rrcotoull. Cull or rrrltc. nn. a. n snoncs. !
HOME CURES BY MAIL ?Tn01l'03i,?!rrb?cau, -T0 distance fromtt.o :
cuj. ur.i. tnorc now sysiom of HOitK THKatmknt
makes H03r to ; expert adrlco nnd treatment at homo. Their no ruiutm blauW corcri.
OTor) symptom or dlwae whic h enables ihom in dl.ncnosc your cast, and toll Voit what viir
In-Dblo I. what rjin be dono for you. and tvlmt tho com of n ouro will bo W1UTF if rnn rinnnt
cnll. for their now svinpumi list nnd lotto nilvanUpe of the 1IIKK KVAMINATIOV Wh..ii r
you toko treatment or not. tbo advlco cosli you nothing. x..v.vjw.-ahu.. ucmor
Weak ftfien Pay When Cisred
V o h a vo pto K n o ur iw;i in carlo,: CI1KONIC YoO wUhuJiautii Lcttoandffiif' VMK
dlM by' publ.jh.n,; the man voluntary will no tdem.nU aTS", oyoTT
Wt: CAN'T lTltMSH OUIS CUKES ntss. hpermntorrnoca, A nrlcocolc. Dlseabcs of !
JN PItI ATJ-: 1MSKASHS thu 1 ros,at" Claud. Unnatural Loicc. Gon-
BCCB.URO It would betray conttdenco. Ucdco, orrhooa, Gleet. Strloture. etc.. Coutadous lllood
o have lo provo our ctlll In this olas of trou- I'olsou. and ad WEAKNESSES of mea. Coa
ble la nnother wny. This lo our plan: bultatlon and advice free.
OfllcoUonrs: 9 a. w to 0 p.m. ; Uionlncs. 7 to 6: Suudttyi and HoIldaTS, 10 a m to 12
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 'SgSSu
iMMAMHOOD RESTORED "cupideke"
f$!Wify$i Tnls creat Vecotablo Vitallicr, tbo presorlptlon of a famous Treooh phvelclan, will
Y'S'? 3 qalctly curcyoo of ll norvous or dlicaacs of tho (tencratWo urjjans.such as Last 3lnq
fzt V&5 h"od, Onaomnlu, I'nlcs la tho KncJi, aeralnul Kuiliatom, .Ncrvnui X)obtII(y,
fi&i -uVJTm l'lniplct., TTntHnnrt to tnnrrj', xliuutlo tt lruln, Varicocele, and Coiutl
Vwv' if potion, lloiopa all louca by faj or nlaht. Prematurity, which If not checked leads
fUJU (o .SpenaatrcrhCBa and all tho borrore of Impotency CDl'IDEKK cleansos th llror,
Iho kidneys, C1JII3:NE str3n;jtheni aod roslores. Tho renjioD rattrtrrsn are not cored by doctor
3 becauM ninety per cent- are troubled" with 1'roataUtl. OTJJPIOEJiK 1 the oaly known rtmedy
jo caro without an operation. &,C09 totlnonlaJs. A wrlttr guarantee clrcn nod rooooy rotorned If lie
Mxen do not GHect n pormnnnnt euro. 11. OO a box; tlx for 15 CO bv mall. Sood for free ctnmlar And
baUtsonialk Addrosft D.WOL MEOJIOINK CO.. San Vrnuclco, Cot.
GODBE-PITTS 2J3.TJG Saltlrftko City, TJtrtb.. AffentB.
DOCTOR COOK cureof T !
j Prostatic Troubles mr Nervous Debility i
I permanently cured, no
; matter how long stand- Ji&,:i. Curea quick and radJcal I
Inc tho dlseaso. In from (6df N In 20 to CO days, by my
f C to 20 days. lb1 own famous mothod. ;
Stricture M g& Varicocele
cured In 15 days, with- ItjT u 'tr ?r , , ,
out cultlmr. pain, drugs W V Q Completely ajid pernuv- I
or detention from busl- j 7SV ncntly cured by my now J
i nc3s. ft 6SwS??a procees; all dl.iagroeablo B
i in in i . y Bymptomet soon disappear
WastlHE weaKneSB K completely and fopsver:
S Tlmo of cure, 10 to 60 JrPjpfh 's eatt painless ana s :
I days, by my original, $nV fs. KSflv. bloodless. An abaoluto S
! very olmplo remedy jyiftmw KwwV curo Caranteod. S
j (used exclusively by UmvFSii '
I lnp)- lmm Blood Poison j
j Private Diseases iW EvcrJ' vestige of poinon 1
B cured in 3 to 10 dnyg. removed from oystem H I
' without the ueo of pol- without aid of mcroury H
conous drugs. or iotash, " a
i Concuitation Is free and invited, and In consultlns mo you may bo nuro 1
that nothing that sclcnco can dovlso or nlUU perfect has been left undoeo B
to afford you a speedy, oafo nnd pormtuiont our. j
1 WRITE rrtc In fu1 cccc-oo. expininlnr; your troubles n they appear to J
I you, and rccai'" by return mall my honest and candid opinion of your case. i
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i- through and Judgo for yourself p
q how Htyllah and how perfect fit-
p tins'. New Hprlng suits, spring ii
1 hats, spring sbrt3. PleaKd to
g show you any article you may K
jj wish to iiec, whether ready to buy w
2 or not. x
GRAY BROS. & C. j
u'A.'i'jri..tir'..i'.tyrTT'MJia L'.'.'iTr.nuwi isj 'iv-i
f POHTIAITD OEMEOTT,
y LTJiEBKR, COAL.
Bnrton Coal & Lumber Co. j
M Yard and office. 363 W. Fifth South. :
tl Up-town ofi'lce, 65 "V. Bcond South. !
R Telephone SOS.
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SILT LAKE 1M
California and Eastern Sacc-s.
VIicn you've tried all D)
RTK'ji the rest, then try
3jj the very best
I iM Maker 1
t n'ifaprFrrVr.'b Prfootlon of ago. n.
Parity or I'.r.vor. aro g
At all loadlnc bars, 3. niRSOU i CO. TO
W cafes, drug Btorcs xan3b city, djo.
SEE I ,
I Desky's Big Sale!
: 205 So. Main and 10 East Sec-
; ond South. 3
0.m-. diamonds p
l'.! Jewelry 1
This is Ladies' Year, g
and we have a splendid 3
assortment of dainty jew1 jj
elry such as gentlemen 4
i would be gratified to re- j
ceive from their fair i
LYON SCO., 143 Mn St I
i Elk Liquor Co.,
Salt Lake Agents fo? . ;
; Wlr. J. LEMP 23REWTMG CO.'S I
St. louis Draught nnd
J Bottled Beer. r
! 'Phono 20G5-2L Corner Stota I
J and First South.
Every 3 mm j
ui' B MARVEL hir,In9 sPry-
''NVCwiC (ton and Hnclvm. Retl-daf.
iSgtJP 5yU 'H ltlltutnlubioU;.
.Uk josr JrorRlilfrll. . "ffii
If lie cannot supply i)m V . v'KrT
.lAICVlI., nc-jit no kSH' "' '.tl--.
other, bin tiil ttrmt for r?''v7
UlaStlRlfil llCl.VC-.nlfd. Itjlrcn Jf '.jr
full rrl1onliu and illrct-tloiin In- K, if
vlunlii to ImJIts MAHVICIitO.roX ,,,
01 1'nrU Uoxr, York, b.5'
For salu by V C. achraram. J. Hill
Dwe Co, and, CunSx Van I?ykt, 1
Parker'3 Fountain Pen
j help ycu. Tho Lucky cij !1
t Parker Pon, ranging in p 1
E from Sl.GO to SIO is the rt
& reliable pen on the raaTketJ; 1
a timo saver of incalculi
vaiuo f u
I ' Where th
Cars Stop. jjjjfc
i i 1 1 in i i ii nn mwnmij jg,
j ALL FLOUR
I LOOKS ALIKE jl
But there 13 a vast dlfToronc)
quality. The standard qualltj K,
the Intcr-Mountaln States Is 1 ijee
and maintained by y g.
17 tali's loney-Back Brand j ffj
Two Pair for tho Price of 0
j All Our S2.00, S2.50 and S3 fll(
S3.25, S3.50 and S4.00 O
I Go at . M
j See Big Window Display
I 25c 1
; For Biliousness, Constipatl i?Qf;
'I Sick Headacho and all Lf ?;
3 Complaints. F,:
7 DEPENDABLE DB.TTQ8' (Si
I Drag Compari
P telephone fo. 552. j
Corteand econ d South
Scott's Santal-Pepsin CaM
rpbv a posotive m;-
V of th Sltdder o4
Wv - Eldn7. No euifj , 11
fftTCS ' PJ mntlr vrortt u.
(BV 5 13 GonrriiBtt ni
Vit P Bonittrofkoirlo( Pal
$m Boll r drs4girtfci ( m
F. J- IIILL DRUG CO . Salt Laka
jfgOHN BTJCEZiE & SON, p
235 SO. MAIN ST. ' ,
P. 0. Box 682. Salt Laki
Liquozone Fr I
K AnyalcI:por3onTrboh.T3neTcrnsodLlniij I II
H ishoott5i?ntotboLkiolrlOtonoOa. Z K f 11
n8t.iChtca.to. Jhoy will wnd you. on or H
JL ronrUructrtrt for o W-coot bottle troBi 11
fj will etate iho dlojaio to bo troatwd. Ii
I GLASSES THAlj
I FIT THE EYESI
3 That's what you onsht tow
B careful nbout when you buy afl ,
n that you want to help your m
i with Of course, you cant m
;f that kind anywhere, Ihcy are m L
!4 to bo fourrd nt tho skilled outlet V
3! shop. Wo claim to be experts .j j
i would llko to convince you ItIiJS
? pair oC money-back places, rfc
and havo your eyes eamlned.Mfc
RUSBMER'S OPTICAL PA3L: (
73 VTcst First South St. ! '