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The 8aip IdAKE 'Texeottb: Wednesday MoiorarGf-a iMaech 2, 1904.
I ROSE IS TO TESTIFY
I ftlan Who Killed His Wife
Ii to Tell His Story.
f HAS NOTHING TO CONCEAL
I Attorneys Will Try to Establish
I Great Interest Mnnlf cstcd in the Trial
I " Testimony for the State
I Is All In.
I DISTRICT COURT.
I Dlvlelon No. 1-Hon. V.'. O. Hall,
I Judge. , , T
I Law and motion calendar.
I Division No. 2-ITon. S. W. Blew-
H 4- art, Judgo,
J o. S. L. R- I. Co, va. Thomas
I Leslie ot nl.
4. Thomas Fitafribbons vs. William
I -f- H. Kllpatrlok et nl.
4. Division No. 3-Hon. C. W. Moree. 4
H 4- JudRU.
4. SUite of Utah vs. Frank Uobo. 4
4. Division No. -Hon. T. D. Lewis. 4
H Jtidco. "J"
H A. IL Tarbct vn. Allan G. Lam- 4
4. son ct al. J
4. Allan O. Lamson vs. S. L. t -t-I
4- Water and Electrical Power Co. 4
4. Flora M. Lampon vs. W. G. Ben- 4
1 1 ' 4- ham. X
I l CITY COURT.
I 4. Civil Dlvlslon-Hon. II. S. Tanner, -4
j 4 Judgo. J
jj 4. p. m. Sliradcr vb. Cronin.
pi ;p f
i The cold cruel facts In tho Rose wifc-
murder were narrated by tho ltnessca
of the State In the criminal dMalon
I of tho District court yesterday. Tho State
I . rented Us ca3 wif.i the testimony of ten
' Tvltnesacs and adjournment was taken
j about 4 o'clock unUl this morning. The
I defense will present Its side of the matter
1 today and It is not improbable that t o
I case will so to tho Jury before night. Tho
defuse will introduce expert evidence to
prove that Rose Is not of sound mind, and
the defendant himself will bo put upon the
stand In order that the Jury may dc-
tormlne Itself whether the man Is Insane
I or merely a degenerate.
The courtroom was crowded to ocr-
Jlowinc nearly all day with morbid people
anxious to hear every detail , of. the srue-
eoiio crime and to got a glimpse of u.
I .l.-frndanL Rose paid no attention to the
Ji Impersonal way. "e.f" tIon qeCms
I Wt4 'opffinsSement for the State was
I 1 made by - District Attorney Elchnor w o
I presented the Stale' case to a b rieCwg
j ivat Rose vas not Insane but that he is a
LINE OF DEFENSE.
In the opening statement U ij?,;
I feme, made by Attorney Soren X. Ch.ia-
tensen the fact that a 31 on could not be
H ' in his Vlcht mind and commit such a das
H i tardy crime was dwelt and enlarged upon.
He said that Mr. Kinney and h lmtelf had
' lien appointed to defend the prisoner and
1 that upon their oath they would nee that
ho had a fair and Impartial trial. He told
the Jurv that tho crime was tho result or
. a deranged mind. The prisoner, he said.
was thrown from a colt and rendered un-
ror.sclous when a boy and that about five
1) ars ago In a fight with his first wife s
father and brothers he had been struck on
; the head with a pick, and that since that
I t me his mind hud been Jlichty. The prln-
' oner, he Sid. will go on the stand and say
H j he Is not inaano and never was.
I j STORY OF THE CRIME.
I i The second night after Rose and his wife
' 3iad come here from Nevada, the attornoj
I said, tho woman had remained out all
jilght and brought hlTn 3 In the morning.
' Sho made a habit of visiting the Zoo sa-
i oon on West Third South street and ho
nald Rose had served twenty days In tho
. iity jail for having accused the bartender
' of Inducing her to como there. The mur-
dor of the woman, he said, was agreed
-between them while he was in Jail. Ho
cave all the circumstances .surrounding
the murder as told by Rose, lie also said
H 1 that It was Rose's Intention of killing the
men who had cauasd his arrest and that
' tho only reason he did not was because ho
couldn't find them before his gun was
taken from him in the Alta saloon. It
-would be left with tho Jury, ho said, to
detcrmlno If a man who had acted as Rose
had done could possibly have been
: possessed of his right mind.
: Police Sergeant Roberts was the first
H ivltnce3 called to the stand. He told of
Rose's coming to the station and giving
'i himself up the .Sunday after tho crime. He
told of finding the woman dead In her bed
and of tho story given by Rose, who said
he killed her because she would not give
1 up the life of shame that she was leading.
I Tli-s testimony of Chief of Police Lynch.
i Capt Burbldge and Officer Williams
'E rorroboratcd that of ScrgU Roberts. Chief
1 P Lynch produced the revolved with which
r the crime wan committed and it was In
troduccd as evidence.
' WHAT SIRS. CON DIE KNEW
H H. G. Twomney. the stenographer at the
H , inquest, was nworn and produced the tcs
H ' tJmony of Rose at the Inquest, which was
H i offered as evidence In the afternoon, Mrs,
H Maggie Condle. who was running with
H Mr. Itose previous to Jier murder, testified
H In the morning that they had never visited
H wlnerooms together, but her testimony at
flj the afternoon session was quite different
( r.nd sh told of their having stayed out one
' -whole night. The witness's memory was
' defective n.s to what happened on this
particular night. At one tine she said
ctip and Mrs. Rose were In the saloon at
1 West Third South and on the streets
all right: at another time she would say
-that she went to Mrs. Rose's rooms for
; awhile and that they went to her (Mrs.
Condle-'s) mother's place before morning.
V SI o said they had some beer to drink and
ihat she had paid for it. Again she mll
thrc were two other women, a Mra.
Rcnox and a Mrs. Sullivan, In tho winc
lorim.'i with thern.
Hi ' Mrs. Condlu tcHtlficd Ihat alio bod never
j heard Rose toll his wlfo to get out and
H' ;i hustle and that he had complained of
Hr '! ''Cr conduct In remaining up all night In
,1 thr saloon. On Christmas night, sho uaid,
1 she had met Rose and he told her that
( he had sent his wife and babe to St.
) 1 Louis In responno to a question sho
stated emphatically that she had not
1 tnrown her arms nrounrl Rose's neck and
If' begged him to go with her.
HU: Sergt. Eddlngton was Bworn for the pur-
K poso of Identifying the revolver used by
HE the murderer. He stated that tho gun
H; Introduced as evidence v.-as the same one
H,' ho. had secured from the Alta saloon after
Mvlhe murder. County Physician 11. N.
Hf ?.Iayo. who performed the autopsy on Mrs.
Ht ' ulose. described the nature of tho wound
' Vnd produced the bullet which ho had
(Tn the social whirl
Never has there been a moro beautiful
home wedding in the city than that of
Miss Juno Mclntyrc. elder daughter of Mr
and Mrs. William H. Mclntyro and Fred
erick Dcrn, which took placo lam evening
at the Mdntyrc homo on B street. No j
homo In the city Is belter adapted for 011
tcrtalrilng than that of tho Molntyros. and
It waa beautiful lndood last night with lis
stately palms, tho fcstoonlngs of plumowt
and the tlowers which wcro used with lav
ish hand. As one entered the largo recep
tion hall a charailhg picture wa3 present
ed. The stalnc-d-glass window at tho head
of the broad staircase was bankod with
palms and calla lilies. On cither side the
stairs was a row of palms, while the ban
isters were cntsvincd with plumosa,
thickly studded with white carnations.
Suspended from an arch of plumosa di
rectly over the space at tho foot of the
broad stalrcaso was a magnificent wedding
hell of calla lilies, whlto carnations and
smlla.v, tho arch from which It was sus
pended being studded with whlto carna
tions. . ,
At the appointed hour. S:30 o'clock, an
orchestra stationed on tho landing upstairs
pluycd the wedding march from Inen
grln, and tho bridal party descended the
stairs. First came tho Rev. Elmer I.
Goshen of tbc Congregational church,
who read tho marrlaco service. He was
followed, bv tho groom and his best man.
Frank Judge. Then caano the maid of
honor. Miss Bessie Mclntyro, wearing the
daintiest of pale blue silk gowns, made
with whlto Valenciennes and trimmed
with clusters of forget-me-nots. The ma
tron of honor. Mrs. James Chambers
Dick, wearing her beautiful wedding
gown of whlto liberty silk, enme next.
Roth the maid of honor and tho matron ot
honor carried lmmenso clusters of Amer
ican Beauties. Lastly came the bride,
lovclv In her old-fashioned wedding gown
of vhlio silk, made prlncesso. with a
shirred girdle effect, and an exquisite
vokc of point lace. The skirt, which was
iiadf en traine, was trimmed with threo
old-fashioned puffings, tho samo trimming
ornamenting the quaint sleeves. A veil of
tullo extending to tho hem of tho gown
and a Bhowcr bouquet of lilies of the val
ley completed tho rarely beautiful cos
tume. At the foot of the staircase, where
tho ceremony was performed, tho. bridal
partv formed a scml-clrclo facing tbc
more than 2C0 guests, and a protty picture
they made. While the son Ice was being
read tho orchestra played Schubert's
"Serenade," and at the clqse tho wedding
march by Mendelssohn. Then the friends
of tho happv couple pressed forward and
showered then with congratulations and
Assisting In receiving the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyro, parents of the
bride, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dcrn.
parents of tho groom. Miss Hoi en Gilles
pie presided at the punch bowl lu tho li
brary, and assisting In the drawing-room
were the Misses Stella Mclntyro, Clara
Lawson. Stella and Ivy Dlx.
Mr. and Mrs. Dern left on the midnight
tram for the coast, where they will spend
the next two months visiting points of in
terest. They will return nbout May 1st to
mako their homo In Salt Lake, where both
aro so favorably known In social circles.
Tho decorations In tho other rooms of
the beautiful homo last evening were In
keeping with those teen In tho reception
hall, which was dono almost entirely In
green and white. The mantel of tho re
ception hall wis banked with calla lilies,
two large vases of white carnations occu
pying the space on either side, and a great
cluster of American Beauties on tho man
tel shelf. In tfie music-room and
tho drawing-room, where tho ele
gant gifts wcro displayed, the doc
oratlons were In red and pink, red
carnations In the drawing-room and pink
carnations and azallas In the music-room.
In the library deep red carnations and
tulip? wpro scon, while In tho living-room
tho palest of yellow tulips graced mantel
and tables. The dining-room was all In
green and white, save the touch of color
Jn the beautiful Prosperity carnations
which graced the sideboard. An oblong
mound of lilies of tho valley occupied the
center of the table, at either end of which
stood crystal candelabra with green
shades. True lovers knots of white tullo
were arranged at cither end of the table,
found In her brain. He Illustrated tho
course of tho bullet and stated that. In
his Judgment, a person Injured as she
was could not have conversed and that
death would have been almost Immediate.
STORY OF THE SALOON M"EN
Harvey S. Everett, proprietor, and R,
W. Jenkins, bartender of the Zoo saloom
vvero tho last witnesses examined. The
former said that Mrs. Rose had often
come to the saloon and that she had often
been brought there by tho defendant. Ho
aaiu they never came together but what
they brought their child with them. Al
though he had never seen Rose lntroduco
his wife to anyone, ho said ho had left a
card with him with the number -IS West
Third South written thereon, and that he
had asked the witness to send any men
inquiring for women to the place. The
card was introduced as evidence. Mrs.
Rose, he said, usually camo to tho place
with. Mrs. Condle.
A FEARFUL REVELATION.
Jenklna said Rose had often brought his
wife und baby to the placo and that the
defendant had said to him on one occa
sion: ' If you sec any live ones, run them
into the wlncroom into my wife." Wit
ness said he didn't want to and that Rose
replied "There won't be any trouble; I'm
broke and need the money." He also saw
Rose tako a man In to his wlfo onco Ho
had overheard conversations between
Roso and his wife, and one time heard
her say that she would rather cam money
by washing than In that way, and that
Rose answered she couldn't earn enough
money to flag a bread wagon. When they
began to quarrel, he said ho told them
they would have to go homo to settle
their differences. Jenkins said he gave
the defendant a hot whisky on one occa
sion when Rose stuck a gun under his
nose and demanded it
After the State had rested adjournment
was taken until 10 o'clock this morning,
when Rose will be placed upon tho stand
and the defense will offer Its expert testimony.
WA2TTS DAMAGES FOR
BEING- PUT OFF A TKALCT.
II. T, Maxfleld. who claims that he was
put off a train about one mile this side of
Bingham, yesterday brought suit In the
District court against tho Rio Grande
Western Railway company to recover
damages In the sum of $3000 and costs. Tho
plaintiff alleges that ho purchased a
ticket at Bingham to Murray and that the
agent Instructed him which train to take.
.After boarding the train, ho. claims, the
conductor Informed him that tho train
would not stop at Murray and demanded
20 cenls extra ns fnre from Murray to Salt
Lake. This the plaintiff rcfurod to pay
and tho conductor is alleged to have
stopped the train and put him off.
The complaint recites that It was In the
dead of winter, on January 17. 10OI. and
that the weather was blllorly cold; It was
necsssary that ho arrlvo at Bingham, and
therefore) he walked tho dlstnnce, about
f even miles. It. Is further alleged that a
team had been In waiting for him there,
hut had left when he- did not arrive on
the train, and he was 'compelled to walk
a distance of four miles further. As a re
sult of the sc-crc weather and hardship
to which he was putth"e plaintiff became
sick and claims to have been damaged In
tho amount specified nbove.
SuIih for divorce was, brought yesterday
In the District court by Estellc Christie
against John E. Christie Tho plaintiff
charges her husband with cruelty, alleg
ing that ho refused to live with her, that
he gambles away his money, and for some
time has contributed nothing 'toward her
support. The couple Intermarried In this
city on June A, 1902. Tho plaintiff aBks for
J1CO suit money,
the tulle also shading tho electric lamps.
In tho conservatory wero found couches
and rugs, and an inviting place It waa
with Its numerous gi owing plants.
All In yellow were the decorations for
tho lunchson nt which Mrs. Sara E.
Branaford was hostess yesterday. A
mound of daffodils and tulips occupied tho
center of the table, with yellow-shaded
candelabra at cither end and broad loops
of yellow satin ribbon 'ending In bows
oelornlng the table. Tho place curds,
which were heart-shaped, were decorated
with tiny sprays of daffodils In water
color3. Mr. Bransford's guests wcro
Mrs. Jcrmalne. Mrs. Boyd, Mra. Putnum,
Mr? Green, Mrs. J. S. Bransford, Mrs.
Lewis Evans. Mrs. Finnic, Mra Green
wood, Mrs. Benedict. Mra. Harvey, Mra.
Kld-Jer, Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Blood, Mrs.
Dale and Mrc Smith.
Mrs. Thomns Kcarns opent yesterday in
Park City visiting friends.
O. J. Salisbury Is expected to return
from California about tho 10th of this
Among tho out-of-lown guests presont at
the Mclntyro-Dern wedding wcro Mrs.
George Haslam of Fremont, Neb., and
David Kennedy of ICingston. N. Y.
Mrs. Wljllam II. Cunningham han re
turned from California, and Is visiting for
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Dein.
P. IL Lannan will return from Califor
nia In a few days, after a stay of several
weeks near Lob Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hempstead enter
tained last ovening at an Informal dinner
Mrs. Morgan entertained a few friends
Informally Inst evening in honor of Miss
Bessie Ames, who' leaves tonight for Mont
pcllcr, Ida. jj
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mcakln enter
tained informally hist ovening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Hapford, Mr. Forrester
an-1 Mr. Walker of the Hanford companv.
tho guests enjoying a Dutch supper after
the theater. .
Miss Geneve and Ethel Felt will enter
tain a fow friends this evening at a snail
The annual meeting of the mission cir
cle of tho First Baptist church will be held
wlti Mr3. Warlhman, CG3 South First
West, on Thursday afternoon. The re
freshments will be furnished by tho ladles
on he losing sldo of the membership con
Mias Pearl Drehmer returned Saturday
from Los Angeles, whcrii sho has spent
the last soven months.
The C. E. society cf the First Congrega
tional church Is planning for a poverty
masquerade social which will be given In
tho church parlors on Friday evening,
J. A. Baker returned the first of the
week from Now York.
A very pleasant time was spent on Mon
1 day evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Lambourno, who entertained In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wal6h. The
l ovening was spent In playing pit. Tho
guests were Mr. and Mrs Oliver Walsh,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs.
I F. Lay ton, Misses Sarah Jarnlon, Hazel
and Maud Kenner and Mr. G. Potter and
Tho many friends of Boman Johnson
I will bo pleased to hear that he is rapidly
recovering from hlu recent illness.
Tho Jewish Relief society gave a char
ity card party yesterday afternoon at the
B. B. hall. A very pleasant time was spent
and the first prize was won bv Mrs. N.
Davis; the second by Mrs. Sam Lichten.
stein, and Mrs. Loeffler carried away the
consolation prize. Mrs. M. if. Dcskcy won
hu prize at lotto.
The Saioot Investigation.
No matter how the case may termi
nate, the investigation Into the case of
Senator Reed jinoot of.3IJtah by tho
Senale Commirtdj onMPrlvllfigea and
Elections, in Washlnc'ton,' and the visit
the coming summer to Utah by a sub
committee of that committee, 'will prove
exceedingly Interesting to all citizens
of this State, ols Idaho, Wyoming and
other States, ';he proecedlng'o will
appear In The Tribune In full.
Subscribe for' The Tribune immedi
ately and miss 110110 of these Important
It has been announced officially that
this Investigation will prove so com
prehensive as to Involve all of the ac
tual and alleged interests and conduct
of the Mormon church.
YOUNG PARR0TT HELD
ON SERIOUS CHARGE
Francis Parrott, the 11-year-old boy ar
rested for burglarising the Fifth Ward
Co-op and stealing JSl of postofflec money
from the BUb-statlon In tho store, was ar
raigned before United States Commission
er Twomcy yesterday morning and en
tered a plea of guilty to the charge of
"entering a building used as a ppstofflce
for the purpose of committing a lnrccnv "
The commissioner fixed his bond at .'.00
and he was placed In the county Jail to be
held until the April term of the United
States District court
James Edgar, Parrott's alleged accom
plice, left town soon after the burglarv
and the postofflce officials are scouring
the Western country In search of him. as
it Is believed that he ran away with the
Twelfth infantry when the soldiers started
for tho Philippines,
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
WInslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for thoir children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
tho child, ooftcng the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world.. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. WInslow's Sooth
When the Century Owl has laid its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age, It will still be on our records,
If 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."
HAN COMMITS SUICIDE.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. March 1 Col.
Charles Kahlo of Indianapolis, representa
tive of the National Association of Man
ufacturers, headed by D. M. Parry, killed
himself at a local hotel todaj. Ho waa
in tho United States consular service un
der President Hnrrlson and has held po
sitions of trust In Indiana. No reason Is
assigned for the act.
O JS T C3 X3. X jSl. ,
Bean tho rt lfl3 Klnd Ycu Ha AIIS Bought
GAME NEAR DYING '
Frem an Avfbl Skin Humour.
Scratohed Till Biood Ban.
Wastod to Skeleton.
CURED BY CUTflCTOA
Ono Application Soothed Him to
Sleep. Cure Speedy
" When my little boy was abont thrc)
months old hl3 head broke out with a
rash, which was very Itchy and ran con
siderable, watery fluid. Wo tried every
thing we could, but he got worne all the
tlmo till It spread to his armtj, legp.and
then to Ills entlro bodr. and he got bo
bad that he catno noar dyln. The rash
would itch so that ho would scratch till
tho blond ran, and a thin yellowish stiifl
would be all ovor his pillow in the morn
ing. I had to put mltt-ons on his hands
to keep him from tearing his sklu around
his wrists. He got so weak and run
dowu that ho took fainting spells like
we would think him dying. He was al
most a skeleton and his Utile hands
were thin lllto claws.
"Ho wo3 bad about eight months
wlten wo tried Cutlcura Remedied. I
had not laid him down la hl.i cradle iu
tho daytime for a long time. Ho had
pot so that ho just slept In nur arms all
the time. I wuohed him with Cutlcnra
Soap and pnt on ono application of
Cutlcura Ointment and ho was bo
soothed that I pnt him In the cradle.
You don't know how glad I felt when ho
felt bettor. It took ono box of Cutlcura
Ointment, pretty near one cakr, oC Cutl
cura Soap, and about half a bottle of
Cutlcura Resolvent, to euro. I think
our little boy would have died only for
the' Cutlcura Remedies, and J. shall al
ways remain a firm friend of them "
Mhb. M. C. MAITLAND, Jasper,
No return In 14 year. Mra. Mai Hand
wrltoo, under dato of Feb. 24, 1903, thai
the euro Is perm mcnt.
" It affords me much pleasure to In
form you that It Is fourteen years slnco
my boy was cured of tho tcrrlblo akin
dlucaso from which hi suffered.
" Ho hue been permauontly cured and
is hearty and strong."
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Shoes for gentlemen. Complete lines high )
T grade patent colt, patent ldd vici and calf shoes that C
J bore price tickets which read 4.00, 5.00 and 0.00, , J
C each one of these shoes presents a shoemaker's tri- v
J uniph, each shoe a splendid sort of leather shaped J
C over lasts, which fashion and comfort has indorsed C
S as correct and is well worth the regular price. J
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jg MEDICINES FILE E V'fcJP f j
tJ& FOR ALL CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES. Jp J
5! This Special Kato Applies to All '
I ?L3 Until Further Notlco I
ibF 15711 ALS0 CURE BKh0 si
1 awH Lunes, Stomach, Kidneys and Liver nua Diseases of 'ttgrvJs I
1 ssjo) Women Nervous and trlvato Diseases. X&lli;
! In All Private Diseases of Men, to Show Our Good F ft. 5th &nd Skill, we aro
j Always Willing to Wa.it For Our Fee Until a Cure is Effected. fj
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Contracted Disorders What " Weakness " is aud VARICOCELE.
fhUaKehTTotoL"or HW Wo C"r Ao.ntclT oainle., j
our pjtllunto bat oter treatment tbot ourei
hud a relapsu after 60 called "Wn.nfcnpM" In men Is rocrolr coinplolelj. InToutj-
bolng dlnolmrftod as a j-inptom of cbroDlo inUainraatloD In fat 0 u r. Haol.
ourcd. nnd wo euro la tho proitaio slum, btousu. on bj oarlj "V 7 tbor0uKalr
lew lltoo tban tbo or- dissipation or bjr the impropor ucnt- fS, nH t,;",,5c, for
dlnary form of trout- moot of umo coouaoted dltoaso. A l?u dlseaw bolutr em-
tae-nt roqulrc c-implote aud radical euro U. tbcrcforo Ployed.
a quvsUon of restoring tbo prostata 1 I
I Rl.tnd to lu oormal B'Jte, and this. e 1 I
ScedflC Blood Poison accomplish prouipUj- tud compiotcly Srcrniatorrhooa.
BCCtuit 1 oison. .ll0u. tbo uee of Internal rcraodloi. airloturo, V 1 1 t.3t
I Ko dan;oroun mlnernlj Our treatment It a local ono entirely l.ot .Mmiljood, S
, td" drlTii tbo vlru to It la original and (doiilIRe, and hat 1 ydfoci'lc, SomW A
1 I Xw, Interior but hnrm- been provon abvoluioly cectlTc br 11 u 1 N eaknosi, I
I j lam blood-clcaaalce tlioaaandt of testa. 'h aro convlncod oLc., nro u$o J
I remedies, tbnt rciooro that bj no otbor uiotbods can full ami niuouir tho dl-
tbo last pohououD pennnnont, rcnoraUon of btrenjth and seiibcn wo ouro j
taint. vltor be accompllibcd. j0 Hty cured. !
j HOME CURSES B"Y" MAIL.
We make a spocloltj- of curlne patlente by mail. We bnvo oared thoutaud wb? hero 1
novcr icon ui personally. If jou are afflicted and oanDOt call, write for advlco and froo symp
tom blnnlt and no t. 1 1 1 gladly advice you reeardln; your caie, free of cburg.
OOlao Uours- 'J a. in. to i p, m.; KtcdIdsj,! to S, Sundnyi nnd Uolldays 10 a. m. to 13.
j DBS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, BBW-s?lffiShcS:ui.h.
WiMAmHQOD RESTORED "cupidene"
Thin ffioat Vecotable Vltallior. tbo presorlr-tlon of r famond French pbTslclan, will
-Si riM qelcfcly cure you of nil ncrrooi or diteaee. of tho ccneratlTeortion .sucb as I .oit aua.
fWC hood, In.oinln, 1'alna In th Hucfc. acmlniil imUloa.. crvou. H'(S
lUi"! .AkS PlPlea, Unntne.. to marry, Exlina.tlnir Jiruln. Varicocele. und - "
ISA VJLi nntlon. Itstonn all loetri by day or n cnt I'romaturlty. which If not cbcckpd ende
TyM HB-orrhai and oU lbg horrors of jmpotency OOrlDES E c lcanac il w Um.
ihntnrtnivrr CCPIDFNE nlrenirtbena and rcore Tbo rennon Hutrorxri aro not cored by oocn
?be??Sw nlnctr nor cent Mt troublVltb I'ro.toatU. CTIPIDEXE Is tbo only known remedy
0 oUw?lbout nrnP2rlfc A written mlt r
Uxm do Jjot cocct u permanont car. 6 1 .00 bor: six for A CO by raall. Send for tro earcuiar sou
LuUmonlals i.1rr.Is T T1. ME110IKE CO.. Ban tS-onclic. Cnl.
G-ODBE-PITTS I33.TJCJ CO Salt Lako City. Utah- Agents
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
1 Desky's Big Sale! j
K 205 So. Slain nnd 10 East Soc-
J ond South. j
BETWEEN THE TEETH. H
Nature provides nnd thoao wo make, j fH
J tlio dirfurenco in so slight that only an 1 1
n expert could tell them apart. It bo- tM
; .'auso ot provlous dissatisfaction with
tlcntnl work you question this state- fH
: ment. let uu beg you to call on us and jH
cet the namcn of percnns who know. IH
' Ac to prices, h-arc nro a few: JH
: 22-k Cold Crowns 5-i CO IH
BrldRo work, per tooth 5.0) 4 IH
Full Set of Teeth , COO jH
lold Fillings II. CO and up
: Silver Fillings EO '
x Painless Extracting 0 1
I THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DEN- i
TISTRY AT THE LOWEST PRICES 5
IS OUR MOTTO. 9, .H
Guarantee plvcn with all work. Lady i 'aH
attendant. Hours, S to S. Sunday. 10 H
to C M
30STOIT DENTAL FABLOBS. j
1) S. MAIN jj
I Want To Prolong I
I DO IT WITH A TOOTH ) 'H
f BRUSH. DECAYED, NEG- jH
h LECTED TEETH DO NOT
5 MASTICATE THE FOOD SO
II WELL. AS STRONG. HEALTHY I
I ONES, AND YOU CAN'T KEEP '
p YOUR TEETH CLEAN WITH- 1
OUT A GOOD TOOTH BRUSH.
W OUBS ARE GOOD; THEY DO
Y NOT SHED, AND THE PRICES
X DO NOT STAND IN THE WAY. 3 IB
i TEN CENTS TO SEVENTY- H
I Where tha
I Cars 5top. i
yA L. 31. Beavcn P II. Muro.
is Annie B. Murry. 1 H
I OSTEOPATHS jl fS
m Treat Successfully all Chronic r rj. XJHSft
jtlj 2C-3 Aucrbach Buildlnp. rTL f -JBmL
fH Offlco Tel 1120-Y Res. lOSO-T, f f - ff3WI
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H. B. WINtXSOR, ISfll
Established 1S89. BilBH
QENEBAL I2JSUHANCE jEBB
'Phono 244. 62 West Second South. AHB
Better than any Eastern make. Wilj
cost jou loss money. AbIe youi doal IBW
er for them. Look for our trade HB
Utah Bedding & MTg Co., H
Salt Lake City. TJtoh,
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I PATH SLATS. I IHI
BATH MITTS. HfiB
I BATH TOWELS.
k BATH SPONGES. i ' m9M
BATH BRUSHES. '
p BATH SOAP. I tlM
a BATH FLESH GLOVES. fKM
I WASH BAGS, ETC. HB
j WE SELL 'EM. jj
Cor. Opposito Postofflce. H
&KWMLW&W'JHmW lm M .III lull
About yotir eyes. That's why wo N
111(0 to ti.lk to you about Uicm. If m lLHI
f you c-.in'l sec perfectly clear, tbero Jj IHI
Is some defect In your alght and a IH
ij you need a pair of classes. Como El HH
here and wo will test your eye.s IE
free. If you need a pair, they Bsl
9, won't coat you any moro than re- K 9L9
liable work Is worth. tel mbBH
I RUSflMER'5 OPTICAL PARLORS 1 WJ-