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H SSs" Sam? Lake Thtbuxe: Saturday MoiamG-, Pebkxjahy" 2771904? T I
SKandsheavy
PjAMAGE FOR INJURY
Ml to Secure. S25.000 Piled in Dis-
L Court b7 K. I". Holmberg
Sf ffor Shock From Live Wire
4 !
'Si ...
CO CALENDAR
ffl f Gases Sot for Today.
3 fd' motion calendar. .
5! SRSfKo.S-Hon.C.W.Moe. J
St SeofVtahvs Frank Rose.
q jSonNo.Hon.T. D. Lwls,
?Hnritta Roecamp vs. Thomaa
CITY COURT.
tfjfl I Oril Dlvlslon-Hon. H. S. Tanner,
J. aw damaso suit was instituted in
3' 'rtitriot court yesterday by- John
fiE-wr m odminletrator of the estate
UmLtin F. Holmborg, deceased, against
HI'' "tts the Minneapolis Steel and
'UJEUjit company
complaint allages that tho defend
OJjjfVtiie ongaged as a structural Iron
worker in the employ of the de-
.i7JSr?')nipa3J'. came in contact with a
iS.ScwJr on December 1. 1003. and
v8Krf Bhock from which ho immedl-
IPR &seaeed was 28 years of age, and
fe and child who were dependent
'Xn Ma.
i PROGRESS IN
SECURING HOSE JURY
urors havo been secured in the
rial of Frank Rose which has
In the criminal division of the
ourt sinco last Tuesday morning,
ith Juror was secured yesterday
ether thirty-seven talesmen were
to secure tho one man accopta
h sides. The name of tho scvonth
ohn Rider, the other six men In
box are as follows: George W.
F B. Margetts. Robert Beck
I. H Latimer, James Moffat and
tlowc.
tho Jurors examined yesterday
it they did not boliove In capital
ntand District Attorney Elch
Ihe first two challenges for cause
dsd by the State in having them
The men who do not believe In
intshment aro A. B. Ballard and
awson. It was decided to hold
Is forenoon, in order to try to
the Jury beforo next week, and
venire of sixty more talesmen
id by Judge Morse yesterday af
Tho venire la mado returnable
alng at 10 o'clock, until which
lurnment was taken.
"MTUTORY time
3 rOR, FTLING- AN APPEAL
''taftiSajreme court yesterday handed
U.'.PQ opinion in the case of Mrs. Nettie
flwQicon. appellant, vs. Abbollne Barnes,
JErtc of tho estate of Henry Barnes,
4Eut!, In which it is held that an ap
b' ineffectual unless filed within six
WTVii, the statutory time, from the first
JF'1ymi tt judgment
iVwiiUon was one wherein tho plaintiff
fo. 'fcii to recover the value of a piece of
ttBS" conveyed to the defendant's tcs
TsKrty warranty deed. A demurrer in
. '(Brad by the defendant was sustained,
tie plaintiff refusing to amend her
. '?Jfci!at, tho court entered Judgment in
lu'Afcrof the defendant. Tho Judgment
fl?T fc'red Juno 10, 1MB, and the notico
Jt'ryl' 'as not filed by the plaintiff un
Iwmber 1C, 1503, six days over tho
Wfeipeclfitd.
PBlLtrthU reason tho appeal is dismissed
tfW w. Jgment affirmed, with costs. It
' held,' howovor, that the appellant
iBltiawn no right of recovery. The opin
iWfltsWJ5 riltcn hy Justice Bartch and is
.-jwCTION SUIT
jly Ij AGAINST THE SMELTERS
QS,;vftj?hinctlon suit wa3 brought by S.
-piunore In the District court yester
MWtnst tho United States Smelting
rWy and the Bingham Copper and
f Mining company. Tho plaintiff al
a f--fttSat Ws farm near Murray was
r lvfcto) before the operation of tho
m mf"' J'n'ch bave eont forth fumes
llajWat that has destroyed the crops and
llcSK . "aered tho land unproductive.
Ulntltf ailegeB that an action at
JKt0il nb" Inadequate, but extreme
l4fiTKi . 111(1 expensive. He gives tho
Jmrf the Privilege of buying his
j-K "ks tbat they bo pcrpotually
Wd restrained from any further
ot amoltern.
-rr?porary restraining order la prayed
lltfW settlement of this cause.
ijUjBpr LINE DEFEATED
fm IN CONDEMNATION SUIT
llA CBldemtlailon oult brought by the
Hrluv?,rtwLlne Railway company
W 'SpTi ?K' et al-. which has been
"Wkr, Ul.thc District court before Judgo
'IKVf i?e Jury turned a verdict In
L'tiStVt 6 doendants. Tho action was
l.1Hru-i CLndomn a Quartor section of
J 'MkiA uht.or wtl' for defendant's
V iSmtrt u t ,nna ln J"cstlon is on tho
3Krtvi1iJ-ain,n8tC)n cut-off. recently
i'7mt l mon Una company to the San
TlllUKa7 uis AnPeIa road. The latter
I HASHES;' cSJ3 "naeratocKl. offered tho de.
r5KZ for tho rght of way, while
IiKKIIL dcncy o 0x0 Times.
Am l.'ndency o Jnclcal science is to
, Jventlve measures. The beat
ldtf,,JPof the world is being given to
ljMjtet. it is easier and better to
i IWkR!! 01811 t0 cure- 11 hSLa bcen fulfy
-liCr1 tnat Pneumonia, one of
ljftW"it dangerous diseases that mcd
have to contend with, can be
fff'y tho uEe of Chamberlain's
JKi6lnedy" PnfiUraonla always re
fcllilKr a Clfl 0I" rom an attack of
JIK4 t5rlrt and t haa bcen ob-
ClC"Eat thlS rcmctJy counteractB any
jC Sr"7 of these diseases toward pnou
iJHaiYK. haa 1)ecn proven in
JTyyE tt0UEanda of cases ln which this
WJWH has been uacd during the great
jm$ of, colds and grip ln recent
tf&tjjSE 'x relied upon with 1m-
'-'i!jBrfBfl'5CnCe PneumonIQ- oten re
k 11 8l's'nt cold when no danger
fioKf. dcd until u lB suddenly dU-
ImOTE' i therc Js rover and d,fflculty
M iJU md pa,ns 5n 010 chest-then
W flJa,Jounced that the patient haa
Be on eafe Bldc and
Lf wtMrialn'a Cough Remedy as
fjiii7 the cold Is contracted. It al-rtiSgm-1
pr fiait by aU drueslBU.
they domanded J10.000. Tho total amount
of the verdict roturned in favor of the de.
fendants wa3 J.'OM.U,
i
Lower Court Upheld.
tPJ11 04180 of Jacob C. Johnson1 vs. 'C. A.
Hibbard, appellant tho Supremo court
handed down an opinion yestorday affirm
ing the decision of tho lower court The
action was brought to foreclose a chattel
mortjjago which had been given as securi
ty on a promissory note for JS0. Tho noto i
and mortgage woro made and delivered by
tho defendant to one Herman 8pcnst and
ia r tfinsfcrrcd by tho paye to tho plnin
tlir. Ihe note and mortgage wore assigned
to the plaintiff -without IndorHoment
Jn an attachment suit brought against
bpenst by an Implement concern the
amount duo from Hibbard to tho payee
was attached and paid by Hibbard to the
attaching creditor, aftor ho had boon no
tified by Johnson that he was the owner
of the note and mortgage.
Johnson brought suit to recover from
Hibbard and secured Judgmont for tho
amount of the noto, 25 attorney's fees ana
costs. Tho defendant appealed to tho Su
preme court. The opinion, wrltton by Jus
tlco Bartch, finds no roverslblo error in tho
record.
Court Notes.
Jesse Argent has brought suit in the
District court against the United States
Bmoltlng company to recover judg-nont ln
tho sum of S1R67. for alleged damage to his
crops and land from the noxious gases
omitted from the chimneys of tho smelter.
Joshua A. Midgley filed suit yesterday
In tho District court against Jacob Ber
german and Charles C. Ford, asking Judg
ment In the sum of 53000. It is alleged that
on May SO, l.VQ, tho plaintiff, while a guest
at Calder's pnrk was araaultod by Ford,
who was employed as a guard, and Gtruck
over tho head with a heavy cane or cua
gol and badly wounded.
Suit for divorce wan brought in tho Dis
trict court yesterday by May Connary
against "William H. Connary. on thi
grounds of desertion and non-support The
complaint recites that tho couple woro
married on January 24. 1901, in this city;
that they have ono child and that tho de
fendant deserted tho plaintiff in January.
1902. Tho defendant Is alleged to be ln tho
employ of the Utah Copper company,
which Is also made a defendant in tho ac
tion. The plaintiff asks for tho custody of
the child, S25 per month na permanent ali
mony and that the Utah Copper company
bo restrained from paying to tho defend
ant. Connary". any money that may be
duo him.
A Warning'.
To feel tired after exertion Is ono thing;
to feel tired before Is another.
Don't say tho latter is laziness It Isn't;
but it's a sign that the system lacks vi
tality, 1b running down, and necd3 tho
tonic effect of Hood's Sarsaparllla,
It's a warning, too and sufferers should
begin taking Hood's at once.
Buy a bottlo today.
LEAVES $300,000 TO
CHICAGO INSTITUTIONS
Man Who Made Portune in the
"Windy City Bequeaths It to
the People.
CHICAGO. Feb. 26. "I return to Chi
cago all that I have derived from Chi
cago, and ln doing so am glad to be
able to recognize the obligation that
rests upon all good citizens voluntarily
to contribute, according to their means,
toward the moral education of the peo
ple, which is most needed and Is not
provided for through our taxation and
public schools."
In this language the will of Thomas
D. Lowther, as filed for probate, dis
tributes an estate of $300,000 among tho
Chicago institutions and individuals.
JMr. Lowther, whose fortune was
made In the real estate business, died
a bachelor and had few Immediate relatives.
Record It.
"When the Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age. It will still be on our records,
lf he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
New spring suitings now in at Wal
lace & Co.'s, 1G0 Main St.
PATRIARCH OF THE
METHODISTS DEAD
BALTIMORE, Md., Feb. 26. James
Warden, aged 102 years, supposed to be
the oldest expounder of Methodism in
the world, is dead in the Baltimore
counts' almshouse.
He was born in England, and was li
censed to preach ln 1324. He traveled
afoot over Baltimore county, and even
Into Pennsylvania. A few weeks ago
he lost his nursery business, he said,
through the treachery' of a friend. He
was compelled to seek refuge in the
countv Institution, where he died.
ROBBER PAYS PENALTY
ON THE GALLOWS
SAN QUEXTIN. CaL, Feb. 26
Charlea Wardrip was hanged In the
SlAto prison here this morning for the
murder of Hugh Duffy In Sacramento on
February 17, 1902. The drop fell at 10:30
o'clock. Wardrip made no statement
on the scaffold and met his death brave-
l3Thc crime for which Wardrip has paid
tho penalty of his life was committed,
while he was attempting to rob a house
In Sacramentb occupied by a family
named Bartel. The Bartels were away,
but their neighbor, Hugh Duffy, saw
"Wardrip enter the house and at once
went over to the place to investigate. Ho
broke open the door and was Immedi
ately shot down by Wardrip. The case
of young Wardrip was appealed to tho
Supreme court, but the court confirmed
the verdict of the lower court, Wardrip
had been ln San Quentin since August,
1902. '
BRIBERY CHARGE AGAINST
O. W. OLARK DISMISSED
BUTTE. Mont. Fb. 23. Upon motion
of County Attorney Broen, Judge Mc
Clernan in the District court today dls
mlsVcS the bribery charges ngalnst
Charles W. Clark, son of Senator W. A
Clark, baaed upon the alleged offer of
S2M 000 to Judge B. W. Hamoy for a con
uSfimi that he hod bcen bribed to render
a judicial decision in tho Minnie Hcaley
Tho charges wero also tho basis of dls
hnrTmcut proceedings against A. J. Shores
an? D, Gay Stivers, attorneys for tho
Amalgamated Coppor company.
Tho attorneys were exonerated and as
a result tho proceedings against Mr.
Clark followed. '
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN
RAILWAY
"The Right Road"'
Between Omaha, Council Bluffs and
St. Pal. Minneapolis. Dubuque and Chi
cago; Equipment right; service right;
time right; it's all right. For Infonna
t arldroiB F. A. Starkweather, Qeiu
AbU 58 West 2nd South street, Ealt
La&Q Cltlf,
THE DRIFT OF POLITICS.
It was reported on tho streets Friday
that tho Hearst men ln Utah were going
to havo a. fight for tho delegates from this
State. Mr. Tarpcy was, too busy to seo all
ot tho Democratic leaders and as a result
there Is a quiet organization being ef
fected, It is claimed, to draw tho friends
of ex-Congressman Roborta into the fight
and prevent the Indorsement of Hearst on
tho strength of tho New Yorkor's vig
orous opposition to Mr. Roberts in Con
gress. Ono of the knowing ones said that
before a list of delegates is named that
aro understood to bo for Hearst that the
merriest row will bo aeon ln tho Demo
cratic party in Utah that hnn been wit
nessed in a quarter of a century.
There aro not a few Salt Lakers who
are familiar with tho local political situa
tion lf it Is possible for any mortal man
to bo familiar with local politics who
predict that heforo Hearst receives the
vote of the Stato In tho national conven
tion that tho Democrats of Utah will b
at each other's throats. National Com
mitteeman Tarpcy has made great inroads
into tho antl-Bryan-Hcarst camp in Salt
Lako City, but he Iuxb likewise stirred tho
othor fellows up, and It la said that
"things will bo a-popplng beforo many
days." It is too bad that the local De
mocracy cannot ntrreo unnn -m--.
Half of them aro spilt on questions touch
ing the best routo to the other world and
are continually at sword's points on ims.
And now they propose fighting each other
on tho question of the Presidential nomi
nation, as If In either case it were pos
slblo for a Democrat to reach tho goal.
Tho Horald. truo to tho good old Demo
cratic Idea of sticking to a thing whether
it is right or wrong, continues in its policy
to ridicule tho Mormons in general and
support tho Mormon Mayor in particular.
That newspaper's artist has cartooned
Marshal Hoywood chasing the prominent
officials of tho church with a pocketful
of subpoenas, and they are represented as
running away from the service. Ho even
indicates ln his sketch that tho church
pcoplo are taking to tall tlmbor as though
there wero any tall timber in tho State
of Utah. Thoro is something traglo in
this, politically speaking It shows how
desperately trying must bo tho condition
of affairs that compels a Democratic ed
itor to side-swipe an olemont in his party
with ono hand and dofond them with tho
other. Tho surprise Is that Its conductor
does not forget some tlmo and take a full
out with himself.
a
Thero Is a great deal of Interest In tho
movo of the committee having in ohargo
tho work of unseating Senator Smoot to
securo the testimony of many persons said
to bo practicing polygamy in Utah. And
especially is the testimony of Moses
Thatcher of Logan awaited. Thatcher's
political misfortunes and church alliances
nro so woll known ln this Stato that the re
sult of his examination is awaited with
. keen interest Both In Gontlle and Mor
mon circles tho subpoenaing of so many
prominent churchmen Is the subject most
discussed theso days.
Councilman A. J. Davis is ropofted to
havo gono to California for sovcral days.
This has provoked an expression from a
local nowspapor to tho effect that until
Mr. Davis comes back there can bo noth
ing done ln matters of interest to tho city.
It would seem from this that ono Council
man in Salt Lako Is everything In the
matter of administration. This Is not con
ceded. If this wero truo Councilman Fern
strom would havo had tho town ln tho
ditch years ago. Thero Is no difference
between the Council on anything but tho
question of patronage. Tho pie counter Is
not tho whole thing. It may seem to bo
tho most important thing with tho fellows
who want the pie, but tho average citizen
of Salt Lako considers this merely an In
cident The largor business of tho city
could and will be discharged even lf half
of tho members of tho Council leave tho
city for all time. And there will be no
party lines when tho real Interests .of tho
city aro to be conserved.
Secretary Taft did not mince words in
dealing with a fresh statement that camo
from the Philippines charging that slave
trade was being carried on there. Ho de
nounced It as an "unmitigated lie." The
Secretary ought to know what ho Is talk
ing about and ho does know. He says tho
Moros sometimes kidnap members of tho
up-hill tribes, but that oven this practice
Is being broken up.
"The tlmo is not far distant." remarked
a local politician, "when tho Panama
canal legislation of tho present Congress
will bo regarded as tho greatest stroko of
business that has ever boon mado by tho
American people. And 1 am more than
pleased that the Utah Senators have been
on tho right aide of this matter."
Councilman Fernstrom Is said to have
little Interest ln a man that will call fresh
attention to his record in former Councils
on the subject of patronage. In his con
fiding way he seems to have believed tho
people of Salt Lako had forgotten his
views on tho prerogatives of the Mayor.
When Council mect3 again ln regular
session a week will havo elapsed since
Mayor Morris was shown that his frlonds
had led him Into an ambush, and It Is ex
pected that ho will havo employed new ad
visers. Thero Is no one who thinks he will
be so foolish as to be induced to stick to
his old tactics and to listen to his old
friends. The folly of 11 has bcen too ap
parent. It Is reported that Mayor Morris will
attempt to securo the confirmation of his
appointees during the absenco of Council
man A. J. Davis. This was anticipated. It
is said, howovor, and tho Republican mem
bers have agreed that they will vote on
the patronage question as they did last
Tuesday night. It Is not the Intention of
the majorltv members to permit men to bo
turned out of tho city departments merely
because friends of the Mayor aro desiring
the places. In this the Republicans acorn
to bo very generally supported.
Mayor Morris had tho street force dis
charged and he re-employed thoin again
In a couple of hours. Ho said tho other
dav that he would hold up tho payrolls,
anil ho changed his mind and permitted
tho rolls to go through without protest
or objection. The Mayor Is finding that
the road to famo Ic a rough and rocky one
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Toilet Set S2.35 and 25cfcfeyjj d
Bread Board 35c Coata's Cotton, 6 for.25o
AJfl Coffeo Mills, 35c and. 55c Hose Supporters, 3 0c Vj
fp" Wash Board 23c j to 26cp5ffcrS
(fcv' Butter Molds 15c ! Needles, 2 papers 5cEirtt
Towel-Rollers 15c Pearl Buttons, per doz. 5c H gt-fl
(hWv Flour Sifter, 15c and. 27c Tablo Tumblers, 3 for EUr-I
QL-ia Frying Pans, 12c to. .22c 10cls?jfclto3A
Bread Pans 9c Tea Set 50cfcrBl
Knives and Forks, a Syrup Pitcher 25cAT
set 60c Night Lamps, 15c to.35c
Toasters, 5c to 25c GlaBS Lamps, 25c to. .70cREy 1
Scrubbing Brushes, 5c Ladles' Hose, 10c to. .25c SL
t0 18c Children's Hose , 15c iTTB
Hair Brushes, 15c and Good Socks 10c nM
25o Bicycle Hose 20c CtsCg
i i ii Hand Brushes, 5c to. .33c Red and Blue Hand-
Stove Brushes 15c ' kerchiefs 5c
Pi WE CAN SAVE YOU 'MONEY. Ptod
SS GEO. dTIATEER; IP
241 MAIN STREET
P'vJ' MEDICINES FREE t SjT 'v
MM tSftt FOR ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES $5$i
wBfl'S TO ALL WHO APPLY AT ONCE Aj'
c Thla upcolal offer goes into effect ot icV. " TWl. D
a afl ouco and applies to aU. 1Si?5 Sjv B
J- Jqv' Wo also oure Catarrh and all Chronlo fr&'j&i&jljffi
J!L twiT Diseases of tho Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat, ,y$r mrar
fuftfcb VVL Stomaoh, Kldnoys, Iilver and Bovrols j
ySnand all Private and Nervous Diseases prajjy
Ng(2S5S&. ' consultation ln person or by letter
Dn. A. J. BHOncs. frcetooJL Call or write. dk. o. vr. snouts.
TT-mrn rrrrTPC BV TVT ATT 1 not despair txc.niws you lire at a distance from tn
HUiVlilJ UUJttJljD tSX 1IJ-H.X1J pjtj., rs. Shoros" now sxstoni of HOMK TllBATilBNT
tnftkos It easr to pet oaprt iwlrlco and treatment at home. Tbolr doit uruipiom blank eoTcra
nvorr symptom of dUeiue which enabloi tbom to dlaeiio&o your caso and loll ou what your
trouble i what can be dono for jou. and what tbo cost of o ouro will be. WRITS lf you conDOt
c for tiielr i now tymplom list and tako advantueo of tho FREK EXAMINATION. Whotuor
you'tako treatment or not, tbo advlco coU you nothing:
Weak Men Pay When Cured
If you suitor from any of tho wtakneste or We ouro you nrt nnd thon ask u REA80N'-
dtioieos ciuied by latioronoo, excoss or con- ABLE FEE whou you aro qorod. You can de-
tn.lon YOU ARE TUR VERY PBHSON WE pond upon our word, thouwindi of patlonU
WANT TO TALK TO. boro Indorsed uj. NOW WE WANT t6 OURE
We haro proven ourklllln curing CHRONIC YOU with tho dUtlnot understanding that wo
diseases by publishing tho many voluntary will not detnnnd a FETi until wo ouro you.
testimonials from homo people, eItIde names, This appllei to Lost Manhood, Seminal Wealc-
plotnres and addroiscs. nes, Spermatorrhoea, Varicocele. Dlsaaies of
tVE CAN'T PUBLISH OUU COKES tho prostato Gland, Unnatural Lowes, Con- D
V' PR,ViV. .-SAnir TTnr orruoca,GIoet,Strlcturo.ot& Contagious Blood I
Because It would betray confldonco. Hence, piam nil wpik'NTusK nf mnn . U
ne havo to prove our skill In this olau of trou- Poison, and all WEAKrESHtS or men, ton- I
bios ln another way. This lo our plans sultatlon aud odrlce free, I
Omco Hours; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a, nu to 13. I
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, "Mgfe&'uuh. J
The Greatest Shoe .
Values Ever ' , I
Offered H
Are Our , I
SPEeiHLS 1 I
On-sale, this week only. H
238 and 240 Main st. 'Phone 695. I
I
QtjITE AN'' IMPROVEMT3NT
Over the old tallow dip is tho modern '
electric light. And there are other eloc- IH
trlcal devices that chow quite m muoh IH
rulvancomcnL Let us demonstrate somo i IH
of them to you at our etoro. y lH
BY THE! WAY, I
Ib there somothlncr nut of order in soma ! IH
of your electric apparatua .it the houao or ,
office? "Wo will call down to fbc It any day i
you say. Our repair charges are never '
high. H
1. M. H1QLEY & CO.,
HONEST PLTTMBERS. ' H
Electric Wiring: and Fixtures.
109 Eft&t First South. Tolephonft T52.
' : I iH
Liquozone Free! 1 1
1 Anvslokpersonvrhjohnanevornaedlilnaoxone Q
1 sboald wrlto the. Liquid Ozone CoT. J2) Klnzlo IH
B StOhlcaffO. They will send you on order on B , IH
yonr drag (fist for a to-cont bottle tree. If 7ja S sH
U will state the disease to bo treated. . fM
DENVER, COLO.. JANUARY 30. 1904,
Sealed proposals, ln triplicate, will bo re- I.
eclved hero until 11 o'clock a. m.. Febru- vM
ary 29. 1SOI, and then opened, for con
structln? frame post exchange building- at
Fort Du Chesne, Utah, including plumb-
lng, team heating and gaa piping-. In- 1
formation furnished on application to Q, J fM
M., Foil Du Chesne. or tho undersigned. 1 IH
TJ S. reserves the right to accept or rejoct IH
any or all bids or any part thereof. IH
Envelopes containing bldn to bo marked i ,
"Proposals for building at Fort Du , , IH
Chesne." and addressed Lt. CoL J. W. I
Pope. C. Q. M. j
The State Bank of Utah I
Corner Ualn and South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lake City. H
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President. H
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vlcc-PreaidenC H
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. MEWAN. A33t. Cashier. IH
GENEBAL BANKING BUSINESS. I H
Accounts Solicited. Speolal attontlon to
country trade, Correspondonco invited. (
J. E. Cosgrlff, Pres. E. W. WUeon. Cashier. I
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH H
COMMERCIAL I
NATIONAL BANK I
! J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Poabody. Asa't Cashier. ,
WELLS, FARfiO & CO. BANK I
Salt Lake City, Utah. . H
Eatabllshcd 1K. H
Ths Oideat and Strongest Bank ln Utah. 11
sufpiSL ;::;::::;. J- ....m.w . I
Undivided Profits ... 1 H
Tronsacta a. general banklnc bualneas.
domcfltlo end forelrn,
Direct connections with banks la all 1
principal cities of the tvorld. ij
ISSUES: , H
Crafte. 1 . On all II H
letters of Credit, prominent "
TelegTaphia Transfers, ) cities. (
Depofllta received subject to check. i
H. L. MILLER. Cashier. H
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier. ) 1
ESTABLISHED 1841. ISO OFFICES. ' H
THE OLDEST AND VA.RGEST. ' ' H
G. DTJN & COs V pi
The Mercantile Agency, ,1 H
GEORGE RUST. General Martaser.
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. iLsi
Offlco ln Progress bldg. Salt Lako City. 'jl
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, rOO.000.00. H
WALKER BROTIERS, I
Bankers, I
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. ( iH
Established 1E59. Incorporated 1903.
Transact a Goneral Banking Business. ( 11
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. j H
JESERET NATIONAL BANK, l' I
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. t H
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, 8500,000. Surplus, 8250,000 H
L. a HILLS. MOSES THATCHER, H
Proaldcnt. Vlcc-Proeldonu IH
Hr S. YOUNG. E. S. HILLS. j H
Cannier. Aast Cashier. lB
Safo deposit boxes for rent 1
NATIONAL BANK OF 1 1
THE REPUBLIC
U. S. DEPOSITARY. j H
FRANK KNOX President IH
JAMES A. MURRAY.... Vice-President H
VW. F. ADAMS i Cashier f H
CAPITAL PAID IN, 1300.000. (
Banking in all Its branches transacted. . IH
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities '1 IH
of Europe i
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
IJcOOBNICE & CO., j H
Bankers. I
Salt Lako City, Utah. !
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