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W; 13 Teds Sajtt Iajle Tribtote: Wednesday Moknctg-, Majrch 9, 1904. 11
SHOCK OF 2300 VOLTS
' Youth .it Woiscr, Idn., Has a Narrow
Escapo From Being Elec
trocuted, Special to Tha Tribune.
WEISER. Ida., M:irch S. About 0:30
o'clock last evening Jnmcs Eaton, a boy
, about 13 years of age, had a narrow ca-
cape from electrocution by a livo vrlro.
Th wlro had neon broken down by falling
tries. Tho boy was returning to his home
on horcsback when the accident occurred.
r It had been raining all day and the street
wan muddy and wot at thd time.
The hanglnp wire touched his cap, and
na he threw up his hand to raise tho
wlro ho received a shock that knocked
both him and his hcrso to tho ground,
llo managed to drag himself to his home,
about four blocks away, where ho re
malncd unconscious all nlpht,
, Two of his fingers aro burned almost to
tho bone, and ho has a bad cut on .his
head, where ho fell on the graveled road.
I I He Is better today, but will lose two
I 1 ' "Inie horso ho was riding Is scarcely ablo
I 1 to walk. The wlro fed tho arc llGhts and
I was charced with 2C00 volts.
NEWS NOTES FROM
h NATION'S CAPITAL
1 ' '
t BY A. F. PHILIPS.
1! Trlbuno Bureau,
I National Hotel, V
I WASHINGTON, D. C, March S. J -
I Sonnlor Hcyburn has taken up the mat-
' tor of tho improvement of the Boise bar-
I ' racks with the War department. Tho ro-
I j suit Is that J300.CXO will bo expended on
I i tho J)03t-
I Senator Hoyburn's bill to amend section
I 2326 of tho revised statutes of the United
States rclatlvo to mining claims passed
1 the Senate today. 1
I 1 No meeting of tho Finance committee of
I the Senate was held today, honco former
I Senator Hcltfeldt could not be heard re-
I gardlng the case of S.nlth Woollcy, nom-
I nlated to be awaycr In chargo of tho
I Bolso assay office and tho matter goes
I j over for a week.
I I Mrs. E. B. Crltchlow, who has been
I visiting In Philadelphia, arrived hero to-
'i I night and will remain until her husband,
I who Is engaged In tho Smoot hearing, has
I concluded hlB duties,
i D. J. Mclntyre. formerly at lit Pleas
i ii ' ant, Utah, Is visiting hero.
I FIVE THOUSAND
" DOLLARS PER HOG
' ' SIOUX CITY, la., March S. G. W.
i Canty, a Danbury business man, la
I asked to pay 510,000 for hugging two
women. He got one hug per capita,
which he thinks places the hug schedule
on a prohibitive basis. The courts must
1 ' decide whether his hugs were worth so
j 4 Delia Jacques, a milliner, and- Anna
, Weir, the owner of a restaurant and
! rt bakery, both of Danbury. have filed pe-
i titlons In court demanding $000 each,
1 and each make substantially the same
'i allegation that Canty willfully, mall-
i clously and premedltntedly did seize,
embrace and hug them.
t Canty proposes to fight the case3, and
f will introduce expert testimony to prove
j' that the hugs were not worth anything
; like the figures demanded. The hugging
; Is alleged to havs taken place about
I ENGLAND'S PREMIER
REPLIES TO QUESTIONS
LONDON, March S. Two most Interest
I Ing questions were answered by PremTer
Balfour In today's Parliamentary papers,
r glvjng replies to questions.
J Tho first referred to fiscal matters', and
1 Mr Balfour categorically said: "The de-
! clared policy of hlB majesty's Government
does not lncludo tho taxation of food,
and It Is not proposed to deal with tho
fiscal oucstlon during the currency of the
Tho second raised tho wide question of
M the uso of neutral ports by belligerents.
John L, Wilton (Liberal), who asked the
question, referred to the uso which Rus
sian warships recently made and aro still
i making of the ports of Candla, Suez and
Port Said nud suggested tho desirability
of communicating to tho neutral powers
possessing seaboard of trado routes be-
tween Great Britain and the East, par-
- tlcularly the Mediterranean and Red seas.
J Jj tho views of tho British Government as to
the duties of neutrals In rogard to tho
treatment of tho warships of belligerents
seeking to uso neutral ports In connoc
;. tlon with operations interrupting trading
L'r ships of neutral powers.
; Mr. Balfour, whllo not explaining tho
! Government's attltudo, admitted that tho
point raised woro of tho greatest lnterna-
i, tlonal Importance and said they wcro rc-
J, celvlng tho attention of the Government.
II BADLY FLOODED STREETS
J CAUSED BY RAIN AND SNOW
The spell of sunshine lato yesterday aft
' , ernoon proved to bo deceptive. Another
violent rainstorm burst over tho cltv at
about 8 o'clock, accompanied by thunder
t r nd some occasional flashes of lightning.
Just before midnight the wind and rain
were especially fierce and the Increasing
cold turned the rain Into snow The
.streams of water that were flowing In tho
city proved too much for Bcveral of the
flumes, and on the west side some of tho
Dtrscts wore flooded by midnight.
H'J A- Guaranteed Curo for Piles.
' Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud-
Ing Piles. Your druggist will refund
j money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to
H 1 " cure you in C to 1-1 days. 60c.
j: FUEDISTS FIGHT WITH
' PISTOLS IN MISSISSIPPI.
VALDEN. Miss., March S. In a fight
between Aaron Stewart and son on one
side and W W. Hill and' two sons on
i the other, the Stewarts shot and killed
' W. TV. Hill and his eon, John Hill, and
' furiously wounded Hunter Hill. The
; weapons used were pistols.
' The difficulty arose In a dispute over
a boundary line. The parties were
I neighbors, living about twelve miles
l west of here.
H All Sl.HO Books at 75c, SI or S1.08.
1 All SI -00 Bonks at 50c, 67c or 72.
H No reserve except scientific and other
1 net books, 12,000 volumes, arranged on
tables and shelves.
H ' A. R. .DERGE & CO.
SHIPLOAD OF SUNDAY-SCHOOL
WORKERS OFF FOR JERUSALEM
-f NEW YORK, March S. Between seven and eight hundred' delegates
to the World's Sunday-school convention, to be held at Jerusalem
April 18th, 19th and 20lh, fuillcd today on tho specially chartered vessel -f
r Grosser Kurfkest of the North German Lloyd line for a sevon-days'
crulso of the Mediterranean. They represent nearly every State, Terrl-
tory and province of the. North American continent. A similar contln-
gent sailing from England, made up of European Sunday-school -f-
workers, will meet the American parly In the Mediterranean, and In all 4
between 1200 and 1400 delegates will attend tho convention. With the
party from America arc a number of missionaries returning to their re-
4- opectlvo fields of labor in the Orient.
DEMANDS FOR MEY DRIVES
FAILED BANKER TO SUICIDE
BERLIN, March S. Hugo Brendol, :i
partner in tho banking firm of Brondel &
Co., whose failure was attributed to tho
embezzlement and speculation of tho cash
ier, which was .announced yesterday, com
mitted suicide today by throwing himself
from a window of the bank.
Since the failure of tho firm Brendol had
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BaarB tie ThB Kind You Hare Ahvays Boughl
BOOK SALE ENTIRE STOOK.
2000 volumes at 50 per cent off.
3000 volumes at 33 1-3 .per cent off.
7000 volumes at 28 per cent off.
No reserve except scientific, text and
other net books.
Beginning Tuesday morning.
A. R, DERGE & CO.
Wo are prepared to Invent your funds
eo that they will bring you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold the' security. Wt' do the work.
McCurrln &. Co., 134 Main st,
been beset by depositors cla-norlng for
money, and tho consequent worry Is bo
lloved to have induced him to kill him
self. Johannes Rolnhard, tho cashier, whoso
defalcations aro said to havo occasioned
tho firm'n failure and who surrendered to
the pollco yesterday, Is detained In custody
B0MRD1ENT OF SAN DOMINGO
TOWN COST SEVENTY-FIVE LIVES
SAN JUAN, P. R., March S, A semi
official letter received here fron San
Pedro do Macorls, Santo Domingo, datod
February 29th, gives details of tho bom
bardment of San Pedro de Macorls, Feb
ruary 27th, by tho Dominican warships
President and Estrclla,
Tho captain of the Prcsldente, a Span
lard, and sixty men on board of her wcro
killed, with only six of the crew escaping
without Injuries. In all soventy-four were
killed and twcnty-flvo wcro wounded on
tho two ships.
The Insurgents lost thlrty-slx men killed
The President was dlvcn away at day
break February 2Sth with tho Insurgents
hauling up a Held piece during tho night
ond unexpectedly opening firo upon her.
Several defeats of the troops of President
Morales with heavy losses havo been re
Gen. Jose Agador, who captured a quan
tlty of provisions and clothing and $2CO0
In cash, Is now a prisoner at San Pedro
HEAD-ON COLLISION DEALS
DEATH TO SIX IN THE SOUTH
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March S- Six
persons killed, three fatally Injured, two
injured and a limited express train and
n freight partially destroyed by a fire
Is the result of a head-on collision to
day on the Alabama Great Southwest
ern railway near Kewanee, seventeen
miles north of Meridian, Miss.
The dead: Engineer P H. Larkln of
the express train, Birmingham; Robin
son Rlggs, mall clerk. Chattanooga; D.
D. Nicholson, mall clerk; Chattanooga;
Henry Banks, colored fireman on ex
press, Birmingham; Mall Weigher Da
vidson, Chattanooga, colored fireman
on freight train, name not given
Fatally injured. J. II. Hinds, Nash
ville, Southern Express messenger; H.
K. Wakefield, baggageman; Engineer
Cn.so of tho freight train.
The trains involved were the south
bound limited on tho Queen & Crescent
system and a northbound Southern
railway freight, both roads using the
same tracks between Meridian and
York. It 1b understood the wreck was
caused by the freight train overlooking
orders to meet the express.
WHINE OF DOG MORE APPEALING TO RICH
WOMEN THAN DISTRESS CRY OF A SISTER j
CHICAGO, March S. Mrs. Lawrence Hodgklnson, at tho meeting of tho Pro
gressive Health club, has declared the heart of the woman of wealth generally
is more responsive to the whine of a dog than to the appeal of a girl who is
homeless and penniless.
Dr. Anna Holm said: "The mother's criminal neglect In permitting her
daughter to grow up In Ignorance," was the first step toward suicide.
Andrew Carnegie will be asked to give tho 5750.000 declined by a Massachu
setts city to the club women of Chicago to build a home for homeless working
girls, and an effort is to be made to raise funds from other sources.
It was planned to establish a class for young girls where they may learn
from women physicians the things their mothers neglected to tell them. Tho
city authorities will be appealed to to enforce the ordinance prohibiting the sale
of carbolic acid and other poisons excopt by prescription.
REPORT ON GRAFT
CHICAGO, March 8. After three re
visions the report of the municipal
"graft" committee has been given to
the City Council. Alderman E. F. Hcrr
rnan. chairman of the committee, hand
ed In the document, which concludes
five months of Investigation into
charges of city hall corruption.
The report finds there is nd graft in
Chlcagc that in, no "systematic" graft
such as obtains In otner cities. Graft
in Chicago is only "sporadic."
The report also makes recommenda
tions for the reform of public evils.
The report favors all night saloons I
In localities devoted to nocturnal Indus- I
tries, and, as a solution of the prob
lems arising from the social evil, ad
vocates the segregation of red light re
sorts In certain quarters of the city to
be denominated by the Chief of Police.
BRAVE YOUTH LOSES
LIFE SAVING CHILD
PORTLAND, Or., March S. In a heroic
attempt to rescue Oza. Brown, a Uttlo
girl who had fallen Into tho Wlllamctto
river from the stealer Young America,
Sumner Smith, tho 21-year-old son of W.
K. Smith, ono of U19 most prominent cap
italists of this city, this evening sacrificed
his own life.
Young Smith was standing on the lower
deck of the steamer, when suddenly tho
little girl fell from the upper deck Into
the water. Smith plunged in after her.
Tho deckhands of tho steamer lowered a
boat In tho meantime and went to the res
cue, but when the boat had nearly reached
him Smith let go of the child and suddenly
sank. The Httlo girl wan paved, but Smith
did not como to tho surface again.
INDIAN KILLED IN
ROW OVER A HORSE
Special to Tho Tribune.
LANDER, Wyo., March 8. Tho Shoshono
reservation was the scene of a tragedy
today in which Ebon Papan, a half-breed,
was shot and killed by William Washing
ton. Tho killing was tho result of a quarrel
over the possession of a horso which
Washington had bought from Pagan about
two months ago. Washington had ar
ranged with Paean for the salo of the ani
mal, tho former paying all but 39 of tho
money and the latter keeping tho horse
until tho remainder was paid. A short
tlmo later Washington paid tho JO and
Today Pagan called at Washington's
liouso and claimed tho horeo. Hot words
wore exchanged and Pagan left tho houso
to get his gun, which was on his horse.
In tho meantime Washington secured his
revolver and loaded his Winchester. Just
as Pagan reached his horso Washington
stepped from the houso and shot Pagan
threo times. Washington then surrendered
and was brought to Lander and tried this
afternoon. There wcro no wltnessos to the
shooting, but Washington was acquitted
on tho ground of self-defense.
Greatest book sale ever held In the
WeBt. Entire stock at 2S per cent to 50
per cent off, Tuesday morning.
A. R. DERGE & CO.
8100,000 Blnzo in Ontario.
COLLINGWOOD, Ont., March S.-Firo
today destroyed tho three-story block oc
cupied by T. T. Long & Bros. general
store. Loss, JKO.000. bmci.w
THREE THOUSAND FOR
MAN THAT FINDS TOLL
ST. PETERSBURG, March S.
-f The Academy of Science has of- -f
fered 53750 to any one giving In-
formation in regard to the
-f whereabouts of tho party of
Baron Toll, the Arctic explorer,
from whom nothing has been
heard since he left the yacht
Zaria in 1002, and started for
Bennett Island. The Zarla has
-f not reached Stockholm, as pub-
-f llshcd by a news agency in the
United States. Baron Toll and
f his companions are believed to
have been carried out to sea by
the ice off Bennett Island In No-
4: if. . .. rf .-f.-f A rfc
FLOODS IN IDAHO
Much Damage Reported in Residence
Section of 'Weiser Roads
Special to The' Tribune.
WEISER, Ida., March S. Monroe creek
a nmall stream ,whlch flows through tho
heart of the city, has overflowed Its banks
and Is pouring a torrent of water through
the residence portion of the city.
Tho warm rains of the past two days
and nights havo molted tho snow at tho
head of the stream until It has becoino a
A numbsr of residences havo been In
undated and cellais filled, destroying their
Tho Welsor river Is again on a rampago
and tho two wagon bridges near the city
aro completely surrounded by ivatcr so
deep that It Is Impossible to ford thorn.
At Mldvale, thirty mllca up tho river, tho
entire valley Is a lako of wator, moro than
two feet deep.
The Pacific and Idaho train that loaves
Weiser at 8 a. m. did not roa6h Mldvale
until near 2, o'clock. Telephone messages
from that point stato that a rlso of thrco
or four feet In the Welsor river may bo
expected hero this evening.
CATTLEMEN FORM -NEW
(Continued From Pngo 1.)
Chicago: and It has originated and
copyrighted a system of acquiring and
preserving evidence which will enablo
it to protect to the maximum extent tho
legal rights and accustomed privileges
of Its client members, as well as pro
vldo the means with which to put this
plan Into operation and maintain It for
all time to. come.
NATURE OF THE COMPANY.
Tho new company Is Incorporated un
der the laws of Virginia, capitalized at
J600.000, In shares of $100 each, and up
wards of half of the capital stock ha3
already been placed among the big
shippers of. cattlo and sheep through
out the Western States, who believe
this to be the business-like way of com
pelling consideration and securing re
dress. The remaining shares will be
similarly placed, at par and for cash,
with the continuing view of increasing
the strength of the corporation finan
cially, enlarging Its influence and build
ing up for It a imstalnlng patronage.
It Is not the hope or expectation of
the promoters of the United Stockgrow
ers to pile up enormous earnings by tho
exaction of large fees from Its mem
bership for collection or other services
rendered by Its agencies, but the or
ganizers do expect each agency to bo
self-supporting, and to this end the
plan of construction provides for the
immediate establishment of agencies at
tho following points: Kansas City
stockyards, South Omaha, Denver
stockyards, Fort Worth, Salt Lake City,
National stockyards, St. Louis; Union
stockyards, Chicago; St. Paul, and oth
ers will be opened as the sales of stock
and agency membership cards to ac
tual growers and shippers justify.
Membership cards svjld to stockmen
will be perpetual to the purchaser up
on the cash payment of $10 and an an
nual fee of 52 50; they will entitle the
holder to the services of any agent or
agency of the United Stockgrowers.
wherever located, for the collection of
Just claims or the transaction of any
other lawful business Included within
the scope of its purposes; and the
maintenance of the various agencies
and the means for prosecuting their
work will be further supplemented by
the deduction of a 10 per cent fee from
all collections before remittances are
made to members. No business will be
accepted from other than members.
LEARY WILL BE EUSY.
Managing Director Leary Is thla week
attending the big meeting of the North
west Texas Caltlegrowcrs' association
at Fort Worth, and It is there that the
first public announcement of tho
corporation's organization has been
made, coincident with the filing of the
articles of incorporation in Virginia.
Mr. Leary expects to establish an
agency at Fort 'Worth. and will visit
Denver and Kansas City for the samo
purpose before returning home, when
the Salt Lake agency will be at onco
" With the men of energy and push and
competent business standing who aro
behind the movement Its friends confi
dently expect to make the United
Stockgrowers' corporation a power In
serving the Interests of Western stock-growers.
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Wlnfilow's Soothing Syrup has been
used fo'r over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children whllo teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic and is tho best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of tho world. Bo
rure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
FLEETS OF CZAR AMD
(Continued From Pngo 1.)
and steamed off to the southward,
about ten miles to the right of Aslcold
island, finally disappearing at 5:30 p. m.
"In all, the enemy fired about 2C0
shells, with no effect. No damago was
done to the fortress or the entronch
ments, and In the town and at other
parts of the fortifications the damago
"The garrison Is in excellent spirits
and the operations of preparing the bat
teries for action were carried out in
"According to reports of the events
of March 7th the enemy's squadron re
appeared at S o'clock In the morning
near Vladivostok. They entered Unsurl
Buy, and proceeded along the coast
without opening fire. Tho squadron then
returned andheaded for Cape Gamova
(Posslet Bay), which it reached at 3:-10
"Tho enemy finally turned off when
oppopke Pallas Bay and departed In a
MIGHTY ARMY OF JAPS
POURING INTO WONSAN.
TOKIO, March R Tho landing of Japa
neso troopn continues near Wonsan (Gon
San). Korea. Most of the forces aro pro
ceeding to Plngyang. It Is expected that
tho Japaneso will take the offenslvo as
soon as they have concentrated their
troops. The Russian tactics will bo strictly
MOB FIRES NEGRO
(Continued From Pago S.)
KTam was sent to Gov. Plerrlck asking
for six companies of mllltla and re
questing that the local companies $t
stationed In their armoncs.
In response to this the Mayor received
a telegram to the effect that tho request
would bo compiled with at once and
asking that the Governor be kept fully
advlsod on the situation. The saloons
were ordered closed.
At 11:20 the threats of the mob, fre
quently made through the day and eve
ning, was finally made good, and a vol
ume of flame was seen to shoot up from
tho rear of a placo ocoupled by "Les"
Thomas, a saloonkeeper.
Preceding the firing of tho building
the mob, at a distance of 100 feet, shot
at the front of the building for half an
hour, but It Is not know whether any
of the occupants had remained In the
building, and If they did whothcr any
fatalities resulted from the shooting.
The fire spread both ways from
It Is thought tho mob will not tolerate
any effort of the fire department to put
out the fire In the levee district, but will
offer no resistance In the attempts to
confine the fire to the buildings along
Washington street known as tho levee.
These buildings are dilapidated frame
structures, ranging from ono to threo
stories In height They are for tho
most part saloons, dwellings and small
rooming-houses. There aro a few branch
offices maintained by down-town firms
In tho vicinity.
To tho north of the levee, or Wash
ington street, running parallel with it,
Is East High street, the most beautiful
as well aa most fashionable thorough
faro In the city. There Is Httlo or no
danger, however, of the fire spreading
to that thoroughfare.
The Fire department will probably
experience no trouble In confining the
fire to the frame buildings, but It Is not
thought the mob will tolerate any In
terference in Its burning. The mllltla
has not arrived In sufficient numbers
to attempt to quell the mob, and the
fire Is rapidly spreading to the cast and
At midnight the entire block In Wash
ing street from Gallagher street west to
Spring street Is on fire, with no hopo
of saving any of the buildings.
Tho troops from Cincinnati, Mlamls
burg and Dayton will be here on a spe
cial train within fifteen minutes. They
arc urgently needed, as It is entirely
probable that tho negroes will make
good their threats to fire the business
district of tho city and dynamite tho
Jail and other county buildings.
Throughout the day there has been a
vague unrest in every quarter of the
city. The body of the lynched negro
was taken from the telegraph polo at
3 o'clock this morning and was placod
in a little undertaking shop. Through
the forenoon fully 10,000 people saw the
body and stood about the city In groups.
The police and officials were worried,
but did not know wTiat was best to do.
At noon the undertaking office was
closed. The crowds did not disperse,
and nobody seemed to be working. At
midnight there were reports of threat
ened troublo which flew thick and fast,
and the crowds in the streets grow larg
er. It was rumored that tho negroes
would attempt to burn the city, and the
Insurance men appealed to the Mayor
to protect them.
So far tho negroes have not tried to
make good their threats to dynamite tho
county Jail to "even up" with Sheriff
Routzahn for permitting the negro
murderer Dixon to be taken by the mob
Monday night without tho shedding of
blood to save him- Not a fourth of the
business district of the city is under pa
trol by either mllltla or police, and It
looks as If a close guard would have to
be kept for several days to prevent fur
Father Tom Cogan, 'assistant pastor
of St. Raphael's church, got down on
his knees on the sidewalk and Implored
tho mob to desist In their work as they
might start a firo they would never be
ablo to control. The Incendiaries hesi
tated only a moment, a few of them
cursed him and then went on to their
IS SAFE FROM SOUTH
DAKOTA LAW IN IOWA
Woman Accused of Having Poisoned
a Woman of Whom. She Was
Jealous Cannot Bo Taken,
DES MOINES, la,, March 8. Mrs.
Sherman Dc of Boone, accused of
sending poisoned candy to Miss Rcna
Nelson at Pierre, S. D., of whom sho
was Jealous, and from which poisoned
candy the Plerro woman died, cannot
be extradited for tho crime. Neither
can she bo tried for murder in Iowa.
This was the text of tho decision
handed down by Gov. Cummins today
after a consultation with Attorney-General
Mullan and upon the advice of the
Gov. Cummins says that tho Iowa
law will hnvc to be amended In this
respect and he will send a special mes
sage to the Legislature recommending
defenslvo for somo tlmo. Tho Amur and
other streams will bo used, so soon as
they aro freo of Ice, for carrying military
RUSSIA WILL CONCENTRATE
400,000 MEN IN THE ORIENT.
PARIS, March 0. Tho St. Petersburg
correspondent of tho Figaro has sent an in
terview with Gen. Sakharcff, Minister of
War who, whllo refusing to glvts the
number of men concentrated In tho far
East, said the military authorities wcro
well ploaaed Thero was no lack of troops,
he said, but the means of transportation
bwyond Lake Baikal were Inadequate, and
he was about to send 1C0 locomotives and
2000 cars beyond the lako In order to move
the troops more- rapidly. Gen. Sakharoff
declared that the number of troops to go
to Manchuria had not yet been nxed, ho
would send what was necossary, and ho
admitted that tho minimum would be -100,-000.
The question of supplying the army
with provisions did not cause anxiety.
Gen. Sakharoff said ho had no knowledge
of any plan to withdraw the troops from
Port Arthur, leaving: the town to Its own
defenses. Tho correspondent of the Fi
garo, however, affirms positively that this
plan was elaborated In St Petersburg and
adds that It waa first revealed by a man
whom nobody In Ruasla can disavow.
DOGS TO SUCCOR WOUNDED
ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
ST. PETERSBURG. March 8. Tho Rus
sian Kennel club offered to provldo tho
Red Cross society with dogs trained to find
and relieve the wounded on the battlefield
today and tho offer probably will bo ac
cepted. These dogs carry restoratives and a first
aid packaco attached to their collars, 1
I Redder than
So pure and good. Cn. 11
W Pure, good, abundant $ (f.
h blood is made by 5ri-ric v 11
which expels every humor, inherited or acquired, I
i strengthens all the organs and builds up the v
1 whole system. It is
Tine Sprisig Medicime 1 H
par excellence used in thousands of homes.
V I havo been a nurse for ninotccn years, and I know I
of no better blood renovator than Hood'B Saraaparilla. It IH
makes puro, rich blood, tones tho liver and kidneys and JH
invigorates tho whole system. It has relieved one of my ; jH
friendsof catarrh and cured many others of blood difieaed." j
A. C. Palmer, Rochester, N. H. IHH
Accept no Substitutes for Hood's Sarsaparilla and P'J' Hfl
' Wrinkles aro un
of malnutrition and
inanition of tho
skin. Thero is no
reason why tho
skin of tho faco
and hands should
not be as fine In
texture as that
which tho clothlne
conceals Look at
tho delicate akin
of your Inner arm and know that It 13
Eosslblo to attain the samo standard of
eauty for tho face, neck and hands.
DR. CHARLES FLESH FOOD
removes wrinkles llko magic, no matter
how doep the furrows. "WE HAVE
THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS.
ON SALE AT DEPARTMENT STORES
The regular prlco of Dr. Charles Flesh
Food Is jl 00 a box. but to Introduce It
Into thousands of new homos we have de
cided to send two (2) boxe3 to all who
answer this advertisement and send us J
$1.00. All packages are snnt !n plain
wrapper, postage prepaid.
TH3 A sample box Just
fl iL enough to convince you of
the great merit of Dr.
Charles Flesh Food will be sent freo for
10 cents, which pays for cost of mailing
Wo will also send you our Illustrated
book. "Art of Massage," which contains
all the proper movements for massaging
tho face, nock and arms and full direc
tions for developing the bust. Address
DR. CHARLES CO., IS EARK PLACE,
Sold for SO cents a box by
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lako.
I HALL'S i
l Can be bought at any dealer h
t in medicines.
.,..258 S. MAIN....
Sign of the Big. Shoe.
We sift out the profits. Wo sell
shoos at cost not all the time. We
couldn't do that, but occasionally to
mako room for later styles. For
ladies', misseu', men's and boys',
every day and Sunday wear. These
aro real bargains, as you can tell for
yourself, if you will look at our window.
Bcaven. P H Murry. Pi;
Annie B. Murry. j;
Trio of r
- OSTEOPATHS f
Successfully all Chronic &
Diseases. B; '
W Aucrbach Building. ft
i Tel. 1120-Y. Res. 10S0-Y.
j A $300 J
I Fr $150. I
1 Clayton Music Co. I
q Utah's Leading Music House.
O Successorsoto Cnldcr's Sons Co.
5 100 Main St. Evcrythlnc Musical. Hfl
Elk Liquor Co., . ,.f XfffljjP
Salt Lako Agents for r ' H
j WM. J. LEMP SHEWING CO.'S
St, Louis Draught and '
'Phono 2065-X. Corner' Stato vJS
and First South. K rH
PORTLAND CEMENT, I HI
.LTJiEBEB, COAL. L . Bi
I Barton Coal & Lumber Co. 1 H
F Yard and office, 300 W. Fifth South. I 8
Up-town office 6t W. Second Bouth. I
Telephono S03. I
H. Bo. WINDSOR, m
Established 1889. Ifl
'Phone 244. 62 West Second South. HI
Iliquozone' freeI I
i Any sick person who has never used 9
: IIquozono should vrllo tho Liquid H , FH
Ozono Co. I5S-IC0 Wabash avo., Chi-I T V. fll
i cago They will send you. on order on 0 4
your drugclst for a BO-ccnt bottlo free. I
; If you will stato tho disease to be H
U treated 2-H. G. F. E.
fff'rt.ifflh'-fflrnF bill W'l'lj HB
taor Strops j I
j and tenors I
IS SOMETHING WE MAKE A , H
J SPECIALTY OF, AND WE t "
3 WILL GUARANTEE EVERY j
$ RAZOR WE SELL. !
N YOU CAN BUY A GOOD J H
RAZOR FOR SI. 50.
I PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS.
1 Cor. Opposite Postofflce. J jD