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iilK 'i . The SaitIxAKE Tmmnoi. "Wednesday Mobshstg-, jMauch 16, 1904. 3 I
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E' i POLiCfc JUUG- HOWELL
j LECTURES ON CRIME
'wys tho Cause of All Evil Doing at
' Door of King Alcohol Sug-
Sncolal lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 15. Judge-!. A- Howell
cf the. CILy court tonight delivered a lec
ture before tho Young Men's club of tho
Presbyterian church on "Two Years of
j Crime." Judge Howell related many In-
j s-rcstlnsr facts In connection with his two
jrure' service as Pollqo Judgo.
In prefacing his remarks Judgo Howell
stated thai In tho two years there havo
been G297 mi'ii and women tried before tho
municipal court and that he had had an
;nu3ual chance to study tho character
. Iftlc." of these classnf. He classified the
v ciimln.il clement, delinlns the distletlvc
; characteristics of each and pave a most
f. interesting story of ih many causes
; which were responsible for the lives thoy
c 1M. He also told of the remedies applied
tjk-j to correct them or punish them w the
r.I case inltfht bo. and strongly advocated tho
l establishment In Ogden of a placo whero
m . those peoplo could bo cared for.
i - One of the causes which ho ave as jiro
fcl ductlvc of crime was the Intermingling of
li r.ll classes of criminals in Jails, and told
j cf the efforts belnsr made by the local de-
fl ruirtmcnt to kep tho hardened .criminals
IS Boparated from the others. The whisky
j bablt he gave as responsible for moro
than C2 per cent of the crlmo committed
; In tills city and laid at the door of king
: W alcohol nearly every orlmo.
SrliB'1 1 CANNERS STILL TR.YING TO
PE 1 ORG-ANIZE ASSOCIATION
RfrDf Slieclul to Tho Tribune.
VMC lQrcn 15. The cauners of Wc-
Vi-HHi & ,,er couuty met in the District courtroom
I-Vn' Jkvf S trterdny afternoon for tho purpose of or-
i'A, "JBw't gnnizlng an association, but after dls-
y': -:i!MH4lvl cursing the matter nntll early evening, ad-
aV:tSH'7 1 Journed for one week. There are sixteen
Vf'lBB 'm factories adjacent to Ogden and tho make-
(SrCaBP Km up of the articles of incorporation appears
&J2iiBt'.a "ffffl Jo be the bone of contention. The qucs-
K&XsStf lm "n of having an inspector was one of the
SSmmm- vB ' r'acipal matters of discussion. The Idea.
S3F'v"j L'H 1h to turi1 lne product of all of the fac-
feSal1- Mt jl ir.rlos ovi-r to the association under a unl-
Ry;,;"& ill iTm grade and at a uniform price.
l.'iAMB 1 SUPPOSED BAD MAN
'H ' SNARED BY THE POLICE
i'V'flHHl Special lo The Tribune.
':'.-li'!flHI OGD1SX, March 15. A man supposed to
IhH - E TLao v,as arrested this morning
'li 9nHHl "11 Policeman Laync on a charge of hav-
? MBIIi V ,ne robbed a d run Icon man In a Grant ave-
?yL HkHfill j nuc saloon of his valuables. He pi-otested
as irUmlll -1 is Innocence and cialmed that his name
Ja is - Jamas Hope Papers found In his
RfchnflriVfA) wyuopket show that he served time in the
Wpagjljf If iSilt Lak City Jail under the namo of Pat
ifoTHili' "fl Uurke. He n.l?o carried a "phony cop-
HfegHtl 1 ' J-r." which is a copper cent with a tail
KfifSf, J ''n cnrh side, used in lltoclng tho gulle-
HMpj vrfl ' !'S3 lr" niatoltlng coins.
w , fj j EXTENDING BLOCK SYSTEM
BSf ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINE
BK ' ' l Special to Tho Tribune.
H ; . OGDEN. "March 15. The Southern Pa-
''llc company is gradually, extending the
BKl r! I block system on Its system and It In ex-
9pi lA pected that before the end of tho year It
WiSRSl ' W v"1'' De ni Lffect on all tho Uno between
B S iwtlli H Ogden and San Francisco. The latest ex
K liCsSUJ I 'in t u-nslon hns Just been put Into effect be
RkrwK'U S tvtfen TJeno and Truckee. It Is costing
R itinHlnH l,u' company about VW cr mile to install
KwdFJrBrVM 11,0 nCW wrvte-
WwmmW r geo:3L;e: msT 'stand TRIAL
jSi jH '(J ' AT BRIGHAM FOB. BURGLARY
KlB. U Special to The Tribune.
W :Vmmm 11 OGDEN. March 15. John Groblo. who
'tiStPklMi U ns arrested hero on March 1st by Officer
tltat'llMfl Ji C A1 He.-J lck. must go to Brlgham City ond
Ifli'jIMff.Ji tund trial before Judge Hart on a chargo
CHmBiL of burjlaiT- Groble Is at present pervlng
4SR iojV 7 time in tho Ogden stockado for vagrancy.
-SSff IRH ' I a Tho Box Elder county authorities claim
rfi3B i liii lo have sufficient evidence to connect him
iljjiH 1 f,, n'ith the burglary at Terraco about a
gimvRl, LOOKING FOR RUNAWAW
lIkiKj?Jl SOY FROM BP.IGHAM
SBrwli Special lo The Tribune.
WitSuBN (n OGDT5N. March 15. The police are look-
SliuUitMlW I'fl ,nP for a lal wno l)at!bCS V lno somewhat
Kttlrari'JB 'I Inelegant title of "Bone." "Bone" Is a
la' Farmlngton youngster and ran away from
i5 ' Kuhn Mausoleum.
fffK' SlecSal to Th Tribune.
EsjjH f OGDEN. Murch 15. MItchel Bros.,
yjX: q, monument contractors, who have tho con-
LHI f tract for the erection of the mnsolcum to
jJV lv cf)nstructcd in Mountain View come-
IUH H tf ry by Mrs. Lda F. Kuhn In memory of
fK B tho late Adam Kuhn, havo the stone nil
'm i repared and will begin thu work of erec-
BH J Mon In a few dayn. The Ktructuro will
ll ost 55000 and 11 la mid will be ono of tho
m Lm nnst of 113 ln tms Hectln of the
Bf imL O.car Groshell was up from Salt Lake
yfll A Mn "was born yesterday to the wife of
Bpsjj i'J Sheriff Rogers wan In tho city from
B5iwfu 'U Traveling Freight Agent Cook of the
fiflil yjrla Union. Pacific is homo from a trip East.
IEf&SlWfl Joseph Paine hns reported, to the pollen
MHf;fl fi'VTL-H ,,0t tb'oves have been raiding his hen
fflKwwyrfH There was no rerslon of the District
HH'Jli 91 court yetterday on account of tho Illness
Hb IB Isaac Trumbo was Fhnklng hand:?
h5&M$iL. "I U'111 rlenlsclrijPRtln ,ondQV- He was
BBtllHB J "William Ransom, formerly circulator of
HVmNBNi Lhr- Salt I-nke '-rald lit Fdcnj '3 borne
faii.lj9l The funeral serviccu over the remulns
Jffm:W.-VM of Ed Cannon were held yesterday after-
y- JwMlifBHIl noon from Larkin's undertaking parlors.
rMIQUmS7E Sheriff Bailey and Chief Browning left
M'fyftfiWfJ' vcBtcrdny for San Francisco to bring back
IVaTlO fr I John Furcy. wanted in Otjdeii for robbery.
ftt'ttvAni M b Dr. Ambrose lllbbs left yesterday for
RHlfAttlBiK. 1 Klrksvllle. Mo.. In response to a telegram
R&tll Vl ' announcing the srvious lllnoas of his
iawillw C G. McGrlff. tt prominent fruit-grower
;tiafillf: .;jHi in northern Utah, has leaed eighty acres
flrUwtiB' sH r'1 Ianc1' jf1 'lc' Ad-1 L''iuLflnm frult 1,1
fflrt-iaijr nmm Tlie report that the Union Pacific, had
yUBBa titlrBI discharged a number of freight crews on
i the Wyoming division Is misleading The
I men dlsehnrged were on tho extra list,
but nono of the regular crows have been
Spring Changes arc going on at the
union depot. Room 7 is to be occupied
by Agent Slmms of the Fruit Growers
express and Pusscnccr Agent Collins of
tho Union Pacific. Superintendent Lewis
and Auditor Hess of the dining car serv
ko will occupy rooms 0, 10, 11 and 12.
DOINGS AT MERCUR.
Special to The Tribune.
MERCUR. March 15. Before a splendid
audience that taxed the seating capacity
of tho church, the Latter-day Saints
choir, under tho ablo leadership of Wil
liam F. Robinson, guvo a very good ren
dition of th scriptural and historical
cantata, entitled. "Esther, the Beautiful
Queen," with full orchestration by C. H.
.lov's orchestra, and considering tho fact
thiit the orchestral parts did not arrive
hero until Monday, the members of the
orchestra acquitted themselves lit a splen
did crformancc. Harry Kemp presided
at tho organ, and his manipulation of that
Instrument certainly reflects great credit
on his ability. The quoen .'iccmcd to be a
little nervous, yet her very sweet voice
B'ltlsfled tho audience. His majesty, the
king, seemed to be at his ease. Haman
and Mordecal acquitted themselves splen
didly, and the beggar certainly deeerves
a word of praise. Cost of characters:
King Ahosucrus James Stovens
uornecai vunrics j. uhno
Herald ' John, Petorson
llama r David Daniels
Hegni Joseph Stovens
Queen Esther Minnie Chrlstensen
Julsh Mrs. Mary Jones
Prophetess Mrs. May Stevens
Princess Mrs. J. AY. Lea
Maid of Honor Mrs. Annie Robinson
Tho entire performance wus a credit to
the city of Mercur. the Mormon church,
and demonstrated the ability of Mr. Rob
inson as a choir lander and teacher of
Hoar yc! Hear yo! P.opubllcans of
Utah. Know ye that our follow towns
man, li. Y. Watt (our Walllc) is a can
didate for the position of State Auditor
before, tho Republican State convention.
And -we don't want any "buttln In" cith
er. Mr. Watt, as a citizen and u gentle
man, occupies a high place In tho e6tecm
of thoso who havo the honor of his ac
quaintance. A very pleasant card party was held at
Addle Henry's home.
A. C Thompson Is visiting his friends
in Mercur thJs week.
Now that tho Senato committee has
taken a recess in thi Smoot Investigation
tyo will be able to watch and read how
the Japs will beat the Russians.
Tho A. O. U. W. In this city has prac
tically ceased to be. On Saturday even
ing the board of control for the Fraternal
hall decided to give Tuesday night to th
Fraternal Order of Eagles. So the birds
will fly on Tuesday night hereafter.
A FARMERS' INSTITUTE
HELD AT ST. GEORGE
Special to Tho Tribune.
ST. GEORGE. Utah. March 12. A farm
ers' Institute meeting wo.s hold hero last
night in the stake tabernacle, under the
direction of President Thomas Judd of
tho State Board of Horticulture. The
house was well tilled with visitors from
all sections of litis southern country. Tho
St. Georgo brass band, under tho direction
of Prof Otto, rendered splendid muslo be
fore and during the meeting.
Prof. Hutt of the Agricultural college
gave an Interesting talk on tho manage
ment of orchards and vineyards.
Prof. Morrill, also from the Agricultural
college, spoke on "The Proper Lso of Wa
ter and the Reclamation of Alkali Lands."
The Washington fields are rapidly becom
ing unfit for um through tho rise of alka
li. From measurements It has been found
that on an average more than eight acre-
feet of water Is used, and the professor
explained how tho application of so much
water had resulted ln tho concentration
of alkali in the first few inches of soil.
He recommended undordralnagc with tile
as being the most promising method of
reclaiming, this hind.
Joseph II. Parry, secretin' of tho State
Board of Horticulture, showed the neces
sity of Dixie farmers changing their
methods, and Instead of growing lucerne
and wheat on their valuable lands to use
the- moro profitable fruit crops.
The quarterly conference of tho stake
was held here today. President Joseph
W. McMurrln of Salt Loko City was tho
only ecclesiastical visitor present from
outside the stake. The morning session
was devoted mainly to reports from the
different wards, and an address by Prof.
Merrill from tho Stato Agricultural col
lege, who encouraged tho young men to
familiarize themselves with their soils
and work for the advancement of agri
culture and agricultural methods.
At the afternoon session President Judd
and Prof. Iiutt spoke on horticulture, and
gave timely advlco regarding the best
methods to be puenpd In planting, prun
ing and spraying the orchxdo and vine
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA. March l. Preparations rj-e
being mndo for n resumption of work at
tho Raymond mine. The shaft I now
being cleared of tho water, which has been
accumulating since tho recent shuulown,
and aa soon as this Is accomplished tho
regular force will be put to work.
James Johns, who was very seriously In
jured in the May Day mine la.st Friday
evening. Is reported as considerably better
at tills lime, but not out of danger by
A meeting of thoso In t created ln the
proposition to put a good baseball tcait in
tho field during the coming season was
held Sunday afternoon. Nearly yioco worth
of stock has already been subscribed
among the buslnes men of the camp. A
number of tho boat amateur players in tho
Stato have been signed, two of them. Alex
Taylor ard A. O. Fuller, having arrived
Tho local lotlgo of Elks Is making ex
tensive preparations for tho minstrel show
which will be given at Odd Fellows' hall
on 21st and 22ncl of the present month.
A largo delegation of Eureka people are
In Nephl this wook as Jurors nnd wit
nesses for tho term of court which is now
CASTLE GATE PERSONALS.
Special to Tito Trlbvne.
CASTLE GATE. March 15.-Saturday
while working In tho mine hgrc a miner
by tho name of John Rcso had a fit and
had to lw brought out and taken to the
hospital, whero Dr. Caffev attended him.
Ho was a little better In the evcnlny and
was taken to his hone.
Miss Bell, poptmlfitrcfls at this point, has
resigned her position as po6tmlstro33 and It
la nnld la going to bo married In tho near
Miss Annlo Wade, who has boon con
fined to her home tho last two weeks on
account of a very bad attack of the nrlp.
Is out again and will take hor place as latly
clerk In tho Wasatch Store company's
t Benefit Ball at Farownn.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PA ROW AN. March ln.-Last Friday
night a ball was given hero for the benefit
of Wllllan Thornton, who lost one of his
children Thursday night of diphtheria. Mr
Thornton last fall got the end of two of
his finger cut off through getting them
caUght In tho chains of the horso power of
a throxhlng machine. Ho ha:i not been
able to do much work ?Inco on that ac
count and this troublo coming In his fam
ily at Uils time put him In very poor cir
cumstances Thero v an a good turnout
at tho ball and the rccelpta amounted to
J75. which wip turned over to Mr. Thorn-
ton the next morning,
ji TRIBUNE BUREAU, U i
&a Murray King, Correspondent. c i
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I Mill "II I'll'WHf r'aiininiiTrgTrrfifin
GREAT WESTERN TUNNEL;
DOINGS AT THE PARK
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, March 15.-A. E. Wedge
wood returned from the Great Western
yesterday and roports rapid progveos in tho
big tunnel there. Two hundred feet In
solid granite has been drlvon since Mr.
Wedgowood'a last visit two months ago,
which Is considered an unusual record and
brings tho great bore materially nearer Ita
goal, the big contact vein of that section.
Tho Great Western, which Is situated less
than a half mllo from tho Brighton hotel,
Is one of the really great undertakings
here, tho first part of tho programme
being tho drlvlpg of an lS0-font tunnel
through tho granite formation to tho ledge, i
Eleven hundred feet of tho work Is already
nnmnlnlnrl .mil n ly r-o 1 1 It la nrftPrM-
Ing tho vein should be cut In seven months.
Nothing but a remarkable surfaco show
ing would warrant such a vast under
taking, and It Is said that tho showing on
the Great Western's grounds fully Justifies
the outlay. Great mineral blowouts filled
with values mark tho course of tho con
tact vein and In the- upper tunnol a good
showing of values is revealed. Mr. Wedge
wood said that there is Utile doubt that
the lower tunnel will open up values In
good quantities It will cut the formation
at a great depth ond will fully show
whether tho country ln tho vicinity Is true
to Its surfaco promises.
Mr. Wcdgcwood, who walked on snow
shoes froTi tho Comstock to tho Great
Western, roportB an Immense amount of
enow ln that vicinity. He says there Is
fully eight feet on the level ln the neigh
borhood of Brighton, and that the range In
depth near tho divide Is all tho way from
eight to twelve feet.
NOTE AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. W. D. Sutton will entertain at cards
President G. B. D. Turner of the West
Qulncy Mining company, In company with
several stockholders, visited tho J. 1. C.
C. P. Brooks was up from tho capital
Fred Davis was on tho Incoming train
J. W. Carpenter was among tho arrivals
George Gaines was among this morn
Mrs W. C. Dashloll has almost recovered
from her attack of pneumonia,
A bonfire was kindled last night near
the Moxsac mill for the purposo of testing
some flro extinguishers that tho city con
templates purchasing. The teat scorned to
give general satisfaction.
Tho Order of Eastern Star held Initia
ting ceremonies at the Masonic hall laat
evening and enjoved a splendid social time,
Abcut twenty-llvo were present and a
guessing gamn, Ylrglnla reel and an ele
gant lunch were among somo of the fea
tures ef the occasion. In tho guessing
game Lizzie Barrett won first prlzo. Wil
liam Doldgo second nnd Charles Shields
John Sullivan, a miner of soventcen
yuars' resldenco hero, died at his resU
der.ee In Ontario caryon at 7:40 last even
ing of Brlght's disease. Mr. Sullivan had
been 111 fivo -nonths and suffered greatly
from his aJImonU Ho was 11 years old and
leaves a wife. Ho was a member of tho
Workmen and the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians and tho latter organization will at
tend and conduct the funeral Thursday.
Considerable Indignation wa3 expressed
by union men this morning over the fact
that a union sign placed in front of the
barbershop Just purchased by Dashlell &
Wallace was destroyed last night. The
former owners of the shop wero boycotted
b the Barbers' union for withdrawing
and refusing to return and wore flnnlly
obliged to sell out. It Is believed that the
vandalism displayed last night is a direct
attack from the encmled here of organized
CONVENTION IS CALLED
Special to Tho Tribune.
MANTI, March 15. Tho Sanpete county
central committee met yesterday nnd called
a county convention at Mantl April 1st to
elect dolcgates to tho Stato convention at
Salt Lake April Sth.
So far no candidate for delegate to tho
national convention has appeared. A gen
eral apathy appears to prevail upon that
particular portion of tho political pro
gramme of the year, probably for the rea
son that the general belief that the Presi
dent will recclvo tho nomination by accla-
Present Interest centers upon tho Judi
cial convention of tho Seventh district,
called to convene April nth at Mt. Pleasant.
Thrco candidates are ln tho flold for th
Judgeship, Judge Johnson, William D. Liv
ingston and A. II. Chrlstensen. Tho public
sentiment has not yet cryslallzcd to war
rant a safo prediction as to who will suc
ceed. At present It appears Mt. Pleasant
will como for Judgo Johnson. Mantl for
LIvlngHton and Gunnison for Judgo John
son llrst and Chrlstensen for second choice.
A somewhat remarkable featuro of tho
action of the county committee yesterday
waa that they Ignored tho call of tho
chairman of tho Seventh Judicial district
for the convention at Mt. Pleasant April
0th and mode no provision to have this
TO MEET IN PROVO
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, March 15. The Republican
central commltteo of Utah county will
meet Saturday next to arrange for the
calling of the county convention to elect
delegates to the Stato convention.
IN THE COURT.
The following orders have been made by
E.stnto of William Blrd6oll. deceased;
petition of James Cobbloy and Edward
Harris for order authorizing payment of
claims act for April Jth.
Estate of Samuel Iladfleld, deceased;
petition of Alfred O. Hendrlckscn to sell
real estate set for April Pth. .
Estate of David D. Evans, deceased; pe
tition for sale of real estate sot for April
Estuto of Jane Duko Smith, deceased,
legal notice to creditors given.
Sid J. Whitehead, a notlvo of Great
Britain, now a resident of Provo, was ad
mitted to citizenship.
Tho old folks' commltteo of the Sixth
ward met last evening and arranged a
programme for tho entertainment of tho
aged of the ward on March 23th.
Tho funeral services over the remalna
of Hugh Clayton. Sr., wero held from the
Second ward modlng-houso this after
noon. Thomas Matthcwa of Midway has pui-
For Infants and .Children,
The Kind You Have Always Boughi
Boars tho Slj? .
Signature of (4zvx7i
chased the residence of Robert lrvino and
will remove his family to Provo Ui reside.
Hon. J. R. Murdock is down from
Charleston on business.
Hon. Charles A. Tlctten of Santaquln
was a Provo visitor today.
George A. Jlono of Benjamin was in
Hon. J. C. Graham and Postmaster
Clove went to Salt Lake today.
The preliminary hearing of J. E. Cotter
and Aleck Jennings, charged with araon.
Is sot for tomorrow before Justice Noon.
Sheriff Harmon nnd County Attorney
Pago went to Payson today on criminal
THREE KILLED AND
Explosion of Toy Pistol Caps in CJii
cago Deals Death nnd Wrecks
CHICAGO. March 15. Thrco persons,
two of them boys, were killed and eight
other cmployecn were Injured today by
an explosion of toy-pistol caps which
completely demolished the two-story
brick manufacturing plant of the Chi
cago Toy Novelty company at Western
avenue and West Eighteenth street.
Tho wrecked building caught fire im
mediately after the explosion and the
bodies of the dead were so badly burned
and mangled that It waa Impossible to
recognize them except by remnants of
The building was occupied by three
firms, employing nearly 100 porsons
each. It is believed some others may
have been killed, but until the debris,
which Is piled twenty feet high, can be
cleared away, the exact number of dead
cannot be ascertained.
The known dead are: Harry Jordan,
Alexander WilnskI, Joseph Bendowsky,
14 years old.
It is not known what caused the ex
plosion, and, so far as can be learned,
the .company had no permit from the
city for the manufacture of explosives.
The caps were of paper and contained a
composition of chloride of potash, phos
phorus and antimony.
TO PICK REPUBLICAN
WASHINGTON, March 15. A call
wan Issued tonight for a caucus of the
Republican members of the Senate and
the House, to be hold ln the hall of the
House Wednesday evening next nt 8
o'clock, to elect members of the nation
al Republican committee.
AUTO RACES POR THE
BENNETT CUP LEGALIZED
LONDON. March 15. A bill permitting
the holding of nutomobllo races for the
James Gordon Bennett cup on Uto Islo
of Man. but which eliminates tho trial
races for the selection of members of tho
English team, passed both branches of
the Man Legislature today.
OF SOBE HANDS
By Cuticura After the
Most Awful Suffering
And Many Remedies Fcilc
to do a Cent's Worth
' Abont five years ago I was troubled
with sore hands, 60 sore that when I
would put them in water the pain would
very nearly setmc crazy, tho skin would
peel off and the fle-h would get hard
and break. There would be blood flow
In e from at least fifty places on each
hand. "Words could never tell tho suf
fering I endured for thrco years. I
tried everything that I was told to use
for fully three years, but could get no
relief. I tried at least eight different
doctors, but none of them seemed to do
roc any good, as my hnnda were us bad
when I got throajib doctoring as when
I first began. I also tried many reino
dles, but none of them ever did ine ono
coot's worth of good. I was discour
aged and heart-sore. I would feel so
bad roornlugs when I got up, to think
1 had to go to work and stand the pain
for ten hours, aud I oftn felt like giv
ing up tuy position. Before I t-tattcd
to work inornlngH I would havo to
wrap every finger up separately, so
jvs to try and keep them soft and then
wear glows over the rags to keco
tlio cr'.'i.qo from ifi-ttlnrr on mv work.
r o o
At night I would have to wear gloves
in bed, In fact, I hod to wear gloves
all the time But thanks to Cuticura,
tho greatest of all grctt skin cures.
After doctoring for three vears, uud
npundlng much money, a 50c. box of
Cuticura Ointment ended all my suffer
ings It's bceu two years alucc I used
any and I don't know what sore hands
aro now, and never lost a day's work
whllo using Cuticura Ointment "
THOMAS A. CLANCY,
810 N. Montgomery St., Trenton, N- J.
6otd thronthool lb vnrM. CuUrcr TUolTnt, &V.
On krm ot UhwrnltU CleJ Filli. Ut. ptt U1 of Ofl).
Olnlrarnt, Kc.. Bonn, UlUi IoJonjJJ CV.rttr
btniie Kq l'rt, line J U I'm! Btv.loo.lH7 Colombo
At. PoUtr Drur a CMm. Corp.. 8 Mr Proprietor.
Ki-Bind tor -Tb (lrl Skin Hook."
jjffi" Held Up... 1
J iJ these days by bad
f frtfl rondn. Never were m
raillj much worse, but if P
fittk you will bo patient 1
k Ii; ' wnrded by gotthig I
S Tl Vft, "That Good Coal" H
temiTfVTgFrnt when It does come, u
a 'Phone 2000.
mm Si MBLES
GEN. GRANT'S BODY GUARD,
Advises Salt Lako City People to
Take Vinol If They Vnnt to
Bo "Well and Strong-.
Mr. Alfred H. Goblc, who was body
guard to Gen. Grant during the Civil
war, writes: "The r.tvageG of war
ruined my health. For years I doctored
without benefit, but Vlnol has changed
me from 'a weak, debilitated invnlld,
with no appetite and suffering from In
digestion, Into a robust, hale nnd hearty
man, enjoying life nnd feellnrr twenty
years younger. Vlnol nourishes the
i ; ;
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blood and strengthens every organ in
the body. Vlnol Is pleasant to take, and
not at all like the greasy, nauseating
cod liver oil or emulsions. I ndviso
ovcry person who Is run down, weak or
In poor health to try It."
We. Druehl & Franken, druggists of
Salt Lake City, declare Vlnol to be the
most valuable preparation of cod liver
oil, the greatest health restorer and
strength creator for the weak and aged
which we have sold ln our store. Every
person In Suit Lake City should try It
on our guarantee to refund your money
If it fails. Druehl & Franken and
Smith Drug Co.
MisAHiJ '0r 0110
h : f $825
J I only.
See show window. Terms, $1 on 510, 510
on 5100. No interest.
I. X- L. Furniture &' Carpet
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Irlain and South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President i
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst, Cashier
GENERAL BANKING- BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special nttentlon to
country trade. Correspondence invited.
J. E. Cosgrlft. Pres. E. W. Wilson. Cashlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J J. Daly, W. P Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Peabody. Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus V ...Sll.37S.0OO
Undivided profits J
Transacts a general banking business,
domoatlo and foreign.
Direct connections with banks ln all
principal cities of tho world.
Drafts, ) On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
II. L. MILLER, Cashier.
II. P. CLARK. Asst. Caahlor.
ESTABLISHED 1SU. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency
GEORGE RUST. General Manager.
Utah. Idaho and Wyoming.
Offlco ln Progress bldg.. Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, 53X),CO0.00.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 1S50. Incorporated 1S03.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESEFvET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, 8500,000 Surplus, 8250,000
L. S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER.
II. S. YOUNG. E. S. IULLS.
Cashier. Asst. Cashlor.
Safo deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President '.
.1 AMES A. MURRAY Vice-President
W F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. S3M.00),
Banking In all itn branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities i
of Europe. :
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
wj-cCORNICK & CO., :
Salt Lake City, Uth. 1
Wo aro now inu-uu E
Mme. La Forque's f
Creme des Roses
The delightful skin food.
"With a persistent treatment lines
may bo erased and angles turned to !
curves; tho flesh will become firm
and tho skin clear.
Sold 50c tho jar.
F. J. SILL B8UH CO.,
Cor. Opposite PostofHce.
i You iire 1
,a Bittle in getting j
I your engagement j
i ring if you are go-
mg to be married i
We have it ready j '
I for you, made to j
Sfiti al! eyas, her fin
ger aud your purse I
Ponnnontl-7 Cnrod. STou n be treatedat boms
nnderBamo'cnaranty. Capital tiOO.000, W-s solicit
tho most obitloa'.o cases. Wo havo enred tho uor t
cxw In 15 to 35 days- It yon havo tifcon mercury,
iodide roU-nh and atlll hvo ncbei and pidna, Mncos
Patchos la Month. Sore Throat. Pimplss, Coppor
Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part of tho body. Hair
or ErobroTr ftUinc out, rrrlto for nroofs ot carta.
Cook Remedy Co.
Si0u?Tn ttxfu. Cll-trr. 111. lW-nn Soak In
j The Best Whiskey 3
FOR THE BEST PEOPLE. J j
1 Old Cambridge Rye !
B Old Crow Bourbon
I THE ZANG, j
H ROPER & MAYER. &
tb 26-23 "W. Second South St L '
It you wnjjt to bo a stronp, husky fcl- '
low, with lots of steam In your pipes. ou
ought to read ny book on the stioject of
physical levelopmcnt. My business la
making men strong, especially thoso men
who have thrown away their strength by
excises, overwork and dissipation. My
electric belt Is maklnc such men happy
every day. ' My book (Illustrated) tells p
how. It's free.
Dr. Al T. McLaughlin
961 Sixteenth street, Denver Colo. f
3cott's SantaS-Pepsin Capsule
& POSBTDVE CUB
, of thi Bladder and Zlcu C
I UdceTi. No cur no C
k Gcma aileUj cai i'err
ft x.atlr lh iTont iv d:
0 Ounorrlioia axti v i
Inc. JLboltolr hamlt
Soli kr dmreuto. Pr
31.00, or br mu, p-&
F. J. KILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lake Cit7-
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJn: Mining company. Offlc and prin
cipal ptaco of ou"jines3, salt Lako City,
Utah. Notice In hereby Riven that at a
nicctliifT of the board of directors of tho
Alas Mining cotnofinv, held on the 20th
day or February, )lJiU, an asscscmont of
fivo (t) cents per sharo was lavlcd upon
the capital slock of tho corporation, la
sued and outstanding, payable immedi
ately to tho sccrotary at hla office, room
!0C Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any
stock upon which this asscsomont may
remain unpaid on Tuesday, tho 22nd day
of March. 1901. will be delinquent and ad-
vcrtlsed for aalo ot public auction, and p
unless payment Is made boforo, will bo B
oold on Vcdno8dov, the 13th day of April, fe
1901, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at tho secretary'j tj
office, to pay the delinquent assessment f
Lhoreon. together with the coata of adver- t
llHlng and extinae of sale. B
By order of ine board of directors. n
J. M. BURT. Secrotarv g
K Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah, fi
M o DONALD'S I H
I LATEST 1 ! IH
CONFECTION 3 M
I HALL'S 1 1
COUGH 1 I
I REMEDY. 1 I
Can he hought at any dealer h I
I in medicines. w H
t BEAUTY IS BUT g
I SKIN DP. !
W That Is tho reason why every ladv- y
should knew about 5
I Ward's Massag?
5 Cold Cream.
It cleanses and beautlrlea tho m
5 sklnk cures and prevents wrinkles, ffl
blotches and rednea?. Contains H
? nothing Injurious, and keep3 In- M
f definitely. 5 and COc Jars. M
H.. B. WINDSOR,
Established 1839. I j
GENERAL INSURANCE ! ;
'Phone 244. 62 West Second Sonth. .
How's your eye- ?! j
sight? See our opti- S
cian. All examina- ;
tions free. j
Telephone 65 for S ' ;,
the correct time.
SALT LAKE CITY j i
I Gam Yoor
I Sweetheart's 1
By shovring her the deed to a j '
r new home, built by f
! REAV1S M
! HOI.rE BUILDER,
78 W. 2nd So. I
Will Remove Marcn 1 5th to 32- I
34 Hain. rt
im7i.ui ATVTarTL'Pi,--'ii HI' TliTi WJ"
JffM SMamotiuS 1
We have "A Thousand ;
and One" articles of Jew- j ;,
elr)', such as Ladies de- t I
lio-ht to own for adorn- i
ment or use. Come and ; ij
see. 1 r 1
LYON & CC1., 143 iaia St; J i
" fi 1 i s
: Elk Liquor Co., j ; ,
t Bait Lako Aonta ton j
I WM. S. LEMI? BREWING- CO.'S j-
8 Bt. Louis Draught and P
I Bottled Boor. Ij
'Phone 2065-X. Corner Sfnto
j and First South. fj ! ,
3 Havo You Attended A ffl
M. H. DESKY'S .
I Sig Biothing Sale? 5 JH
If Not; Wliy Not? Ifl