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4. ' The Basis Jj&kb TniBtosrEi Mootday Moeotistg, March 21, 1904. . 9 H
f H neJw or 2nd-hand. casit. trade
I ortrms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., -12 E. 2nd S.
lH TO TRADE.
I l LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAG-
I on for building lot. Address P. O. bx
I W A PHYSICIANS AND SUEGEONS.
Wki v .ARE TOU SICK? CAN NOBODY
TJr X e!irc you? Then try tho Spirit physicians,
Wit i they heal through me. Come and see me
Mrs. W. Hcln, 35 W. 5th So. allOS
VM "WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
liq . Lulu Brooks, M, D., Constitution blk
lV ' . 31272
il H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HEATING
I 3 jg Bewor work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E 2nd So
" St OPTICIANS.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., 230 MAIN
,HB "Wholesale and retail mnnuf. opticians.
flffi5 BUSINESS CHANCES.
3 M BY APPLYING AT ONCE THE RIGHT
illdtt TCan can sccuro permanent position as
jXflm local sales manager; salary J1E0 per
ffS'B month; opportunity for advancement; rof-
Mll' crences required. Address National Art
ill & Calendar company, Drawer 614, Detroit
) 1R. Mich. t23C
I .11 DENTISTS.
MUtl DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST,
HSlll KKS Scott-Strcvell bldg. 'Phono 1S5I-Y.
th "WHEBE TO STOP.
i T Ll ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY UP:
UP Jv -weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
V LINCOLN HOUSE, CS E. 1ST SOUTH.
l C0 rooms; rates, 5 and 35 cents. fllSlG
E', Q I MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
Kf () magnetic treatment, S5S S. "W. Templo.
H J 4 SECBET SOCIETIES.
IW pi MASONS.
U A fca-' a ARGENTA LODGE NO 3. F.
P i t Tk,and A. M. At Masonlo hall first
,' f. LT Tuesday of each month. Members
WS. li 'dbi! J v of sister lodges and sojourning'
M wlrk-x brethren invited.
k XI FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
Uyi MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
Dfi WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
HII L Masonic hall, second Friday each
H i month. Members of sister lodges and so-
1 1 lournlng brother in good standing ln-
ll Vltcd. A. BROWN, W. M.
Hfil I A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
jHl I MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
1"mH b Masonic hall, second Monday each
BHfl -1' ' month. Members of sister lodges and ao-
PVI1 ' 'Mourning brethren in good standing In-
l''JJI" d ivitcd JAMES H BROWN, W. M.
k .CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
' JlZ lU f'BlAKALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
I ' f ilL S. . ThJIrd Wednesday of each month, Ma-
) sonic hall at 3 p. m. All nobles sojourn-
i ing invited,
v , ij C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate,
v I A. BROWN, Recorder.
. ' WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
I f "'iDElSmLTCAMI
' I 1 Friday night at 8 o'clock In Knights of
Pythias hall, 2G1 Main street.
I WM. F. LANGENB ACKER, Consul
I I Commander.
; T. E. NEWMAN, Clerk,
f, J . WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
U every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
I SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
lj.fi mllt3 evcry Frlcay nJBht at I. O. O. F.
Hj FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA,
Bi ti every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
h I li T. E. HARPER, F. M.
'ijli IL J. HESS, Secretary.
CJ '"OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT 2?01
, , ; Second and fourth Tuesdays, 8 p. m. I. O.
fl ) . j O. F. temple.
, )A I UTAH LODGE NO Z EVERY
1 y Thursday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
&i !7 SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
1 yj S p. ra at I. O. O. F. temple.
idt JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. EVERY MON-
1 tM day, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. hall.
lifl i RIDGLEY LODGE NO. P. EVERY
tf 1 Thursday, S p. in., I. O. O. F. templo.
tilt ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
1 Inrs 1 P'ednesday. 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. tomplo,
U FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F..
y meets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
y .11 I. O. O. 1. templo. Visitors welcome.
f A E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.
I K J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
W . REBEICAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
r ai R.) No. 1. Every Becond and fourth Sat-
unday, 8 p. in., L O. O. F, temple.
' 'l MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. G.
jBt Every flratand third Saturday, 8 p. m., I
. ;H O. O. F, tomplo. Robokahs invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Q$li MYRTLE LODGE Nol l! EVERY
l Tuesday, K. of P. hall, 2C1 Mala street,
- ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
A"fra5-i Evcit Tliursday evening, K. of P. hall.
I CALANTHE LODGE NO, 5. EVERY
I Monday, K. of P. hall.
IS LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P.,
B merits every Saturday evening, S o'clock,
K. of P. halh
I 'knights of the maccabees.
C?OrTT.ALT LAIviTtENT No77.
Every Thursday, I. O. 0. F. hull. Visiting
ladies of the. maccabees.
meets every first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
fraternal order of eagles.
Friday. S p. m., A. O. U. W. hall.
I SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 232. FIRST
tj'rtMl aUti t,llnl Tuesday, 8 p. m., A. 0. U. W.
if i 1'fl"'
rni 1 ROYAL. ARCANUM.
' ;5I Thursdays, Aucrbach building.
jz'M ir A, JOPLIN, Reg.
E. L. JONES, Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
1 hAabet lodgITntTeVeryst
(l uud 'Ord Thursday, 1. O. O, F. temple, j
UP AND DOWN THE LINE IN SP0RT1NGV1LLE
LOCAL CUE ARTISTS
WILL MEET TONIGHT
ONE OF THE STAB PEBFOBMEES.
Salt Lako Is to have a billiard tourna
ment Arrangements have beo 1 made for
tho use of tho Collender parlors and
purses havo been hung up for tho suc
Tho contest is open to everyone who is
Bay Bcirney to Fight.
Information was received last night
from Eureka stating that Ray Barney
and Joe Wadlnsky, both local boxers,
have signed to go twenty rounds at the
Tlntlc camp on April 15th. Barney re
cently knocked out an unknown by the
nam of Ed Rust nt Mammoth In one
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO..
headquarters for fancy poultry. Wo buy
and sell at all timos. Fancy live and
drcescd Alwayn reliable. - Fancy ecga
for sotting. Give uji a calL Chos. A. Hoi
bcig, Mgr., ICS W. Lit So. al743
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
sizes. J. M Sworn, 33JJ So. 3rd W. t295.
PAINTING AND PAPEBHANGING.
WE WILL FURNISH IT ALL. THE
lnbor nnd material for the decorating of
your home. Paint, painters and wall
paper. "Always tho best." W. A Du
vall. 121 W, 2nd So. 'Phono 1145-K. t293
UTAH AUTOMOBILE CO.. WE SELL
tho WInton, Olds n.id other makes; we
also rent autos with careful drivers.
Temporary Quarters, 370 Main st, ToL
FOX TERRIER DOG. RETURN TO
Elmer Darling, 9 W. 2nd South; roward
DARK BROWN HORSE, WIRE CUT
on right front foot. 'Phone 475. tC43
POCKETBOOK CONTAINING IS BILL
and promissory note; First Isut'L Bank of
Caldwell, Idaho, stamped on Inside Ro
turn to 14G Social Hall avo. Reward, slSfrl
ON WED. NIGHT A BLACK HAN 57
K-oW,ith "10nf'' and Papers. Return to
C35 B. 1st fao. and receive reward. el952
SUITS TO ORDER. $15 UP. FIT GUAR
anteed. Sorensen & Larson, 145 W nd
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
iso. 43 Last 2nd So. Commission charged
of 1 per cent. You pay no fee if you
buy from or sell to me. Sell on margin.
BICYCLES AND BEPATBING.
THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson. Racycle and National. Louiruo
Cyclo atoro, 325 So. W. Templo. tUCB
NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES"
F. J. Carter. SO W. 3rd So., cor. W. Temple
CLARK'S PARTIES TO EUROPE 1301
Twonty excursions during spring ' nnli
Eummcr. Ocean tlckots all lines. Send for
.nlids Gzelte- F- C. Clark, 113 BroiS
wa. is. 3V)
WITHOUT QUESTIONS WE TELL
your nane and anything you wish to
know; freo if not correct. Palms rS
free. Arnold-Dlckson's, 159 So mL su
SPI RITUALI S7 IC VTERIALIZINO
meeting Thursday night. ArnoldD ckson
Bros Spirit forms appear unveiled. Come
and talk with your spirit friends. Everv
ono welcome. 1&9', So. Main st. tlS95
CABPENTEBS AND JOBBEBS.
RAINEY & WOLF, GENERAL CON
tractors and elevator work; work Ruarnn
teed; rear lS So. Main. Tel. 219l-X-1052lz
ROBERT M'CARROCL & CO., ARCHl"
tectural designing, store front chaniroii
Jobbing & repairs. 62 Market St., Tel. 13S3-x
KOY WATROU3. CI B. SUDiHO. EL?"
Tutor and Job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS
XL F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattorn and model maklns a ODeclalty
All kinds of job work.
Store and ofllco fixtures.
ICO E. 2nd South. 'Phono 1053-Z. B1307
willing to put up the necessary entrance
foe, 2 GO Three cushion, strulght rail
and ll-lnch balk line to govern the game.
A prize of 525 will be paid to the winner
of the tournament $15 to tho winner of
second place and J10 to the man who fin
ishes third, Tho contest begins this
BUSY JITTHE FORT
Boys in Blue Expect to Do Things to
Their Eivals When Track
Athletics at Fort Douglas havo received
new life with the completion of tho new
gymnasium at tho post during tho past
month. Each day the boys In blue spend
an hour or more at work In the gym and
some good results arc being accomplished.
Lieut. Clark Is the manager and super
visor of all athletic work at tho fort and
he Is very enthusiastic over the pr03
pcots. The men, as a rule, manifest
much Interest in the work, and with the
largo amount of material at hand It
would not be surprising if the soldier boys
turned a few tricks in tho track meets
Corp. Barricman. formerly captain of
the post basketball team, Is director of
athletics at tho gym. Barricman Is a
capable tutor In most any line of sport
and Is an athlcto of no mean ability him
self. The soldiers have been at work for somo
time on their baseball team, and the boys
are elated over tho prospects for a
"champ" nine this summer. A practice
game was to have been played yesterday
with the Castllla Springs team, but on
account of tho Inclement weather the
contest had to bo postponed.
Owing to tho condition of the grounds,
tho men have been unable to do any
trnck work as yet. However, as soon as
the ground dries sufficiently there will be
a large number of aspirants for track
honors out. It Is claimed that there will
bo less than fifty men In tho preliminary
contests, and out of this iiumber the sol
diers expect to select a team of runners
that will mnko tho other speed mer
chants of the State look like dead ones.
. FOR 'FRISCO FIGHT
SAN FRANCISCO, March 20. The light
between Young Corbett and Jimmy Brltt
In this cltj' next Friday promises to break
tho local record for attendanco. It was
given out today that tho Bala of seats al
ready exceeds $20,000. Tito boxers have
practically finished all of their heavy
training and will conllno themselves to
light exercises hereafter. Interest In the
training has been superseded by the dis
cussion on the peculiarity attending the
botUng, or rather tho lack of betting.
Not a dollar has been placed with the
usual pool Bollors. Harry Corbett, who
handles most of tho money wagered on
pugilistic happenings, declares that he has
not yot received a bet. Yet, at the samo
time, It Is known that thore Js much
money ready to bo placed. Tho lack of
betting Is jduo to tho maneuvering for
odds. The Brltt men want tho short end
at 10 to 6, while tho Corbott peoplo dc
claro that 10 to 8 would be a fair price.
Tho Corbett people arc somewhat disap
pointed at tho situation, as they believed
tho local sentiment behind Brltt would
closo up tho betting gap, but thoy have
learned that a considerable portion of tho
San Francisco dollars will be placed on
tho subject of the champion.
Corbett's seconds will bo Harry TuthiU
Tim McGrath, Billy Otts and Billy Roche
Brltt will havo In his corner Spider Kelly
Frank Rafael. Curtis Richardson and
AT THE HOTELS.
ArrlvalB at tho Now Wilson Europoan
hotel yestorday were: J. C. Gldley, Iova
Thomas B. Klndbly, San Franci8coJ
George W. Studlc. Movill, III.. Joo Kauf
man, Now York; G. M. Jenkins. Denver
E. Glenn, Mankota, Minn.; H. w. Hlman
Bingham Junction; J. D. Graham, Murray
City, W. C. Anderson, Lakeside; W H
Camp, E, L. Ashby, Waterbury; James
McLean and -wife, Trenton, N. J,; W L
Ernest, Now York; Lillian Dunbar, Rose
Glided, Amy Roblcr, Daisy Palmer Ar
thur Lane, Murray & Mack; Florcncn
Lane, New York; J, II. Culace, W. B. M
Glbbar. Superior. Wis.; Ed Nelson and
wife. Miss E. Nelson, Michigan; Allen
Woodcock, New York; N. P. Howo and
wlfo, Chicago; F. II. Stombach. San Fran
cisco; E. C. Edaon, IC L. Toil, E. M.
Hewitt, Chicago; Georgo Clark and wlfo.
Pittsburg; Charles Senct and wife, Nor
wood, Colo.; A. M. Wrench, Tellurldo;
Mrs, F. E. Shauf, Mrs. T. A. Vorden,
Bingham; Charles S. Ruppor, Tollurkle;
Georgo Ady, Denver, N. P. Nelson, Monti;
Thomas Reeves, Denver; K. McKcnzle,
Frank Kolly. Custer. Ida.; W. W. Christie
and wife, Chicago: J. H. Brady and wife,
Pocatello; W. Mayer, Seattlo; Jacob
Evans, Provo; H. W. Barkow, Kansas
City; G. W. Austin, Lohl; James An
drews and family, Gencsco; J. H, Reed,
John H, Reed, Columbia Station, O.
Arrivals at the Cullen yesterday wero:
Frank Ford and wife, G. Ling nnd wife,
Marietta, O.; D. H. Bentley. Duluth.
Minn.; Georgo R, Wart and wife, James
Wart 'and wlfo, Scth Fojrd, Richmond,
Ind.: F. M. Jones, Ogden; Mrs. G, w.
Malbern, Mrs. Emma Davis, Payaon; A
B. Bctrncy and wife, Providence. R. I.;
N", J. SUbcrstlnc W. S. Scavey. Chicago;
J. A. Bush, Denver; Ed Casslty, Provo.
L. J. Cannavd, Bingham,
BOISE FANS HAYE
Great Interest in the National Game,
and Everybody Predicts a
Boise has tho baseball fever, and has It
bad. The little Idaho town has novor had
a real ball team before and the fans of
the place aro almost delirious with Joy at
tho prospect of seeing somo good sport
during the coming season.
"Honest John" McCloskcy. who is di
recting matters for Boise, has secured the
confidence of tbo Idaho sports and you
can find any number of them who would
bot anything from a cigarette to a stock
farm that "Mac" will put out a champ
on the new ball park la being
pushod rapidly and from press reports
thoro will be no finer grounds in the West
than those upon which the Idaho Idols
will cavort. Among eomo of tho Improve
ments that arc being made is a clubhouse
for the players. This will bo ttttcd up on
the most approved lines and will havo
lockers, shower baths, rubbing boards and
other luxuries for tho ball tossers.
The following clipping from a Boise pa
per will give some Idea of tho feeling that
prevails among the Idahoana:
Eddie Hammond of Caldwell, who is
looking after tho local end of the base
bull situation during Manngcr McClos
key's absence, inspected Riverside park
yesterday, in company with Manager
Mose Cliristensen. It was found that by
putting up a netting ten feot high nlong
tho river bank It would be possible to
leavo the grandstand In its present posi
tion, but tho atand may yet bo moved back
a few feet,
A new bleacher stand in to be erected
on tho west side of tho Held, behind first
base, and both the bleachers aro to be pro
vided with separate entrances, Tho tlcld
will bo encircled with a fence four feet
high, and whUo games are in progress no
body excepting players In uniform will
bo allowed Inside this fence.
It is gonorally conceded that Boise will
havo tho heaviest batting team In the
league. Outside of thrco young pitchers,
thero are no experiments among the men
signed by McCloskoy. They are all tried
players, young, ambitious and hard work
ers. Once they become accustomed to
playing together thoy will set a pace that
will keep the other clubs busy following.
The Mayor of a northern Idaho city
has written tho Bolso manager asking
what sort of a team "we" aro going to
have this year. The writer says, "We
havo got to beat Spokane, if It takes a
State bond Issuo to do It." In the north
ern section of tho State tho peoplo are
greatly Interested In the Bol3e team. State
pride Is very stong up there and the Boise
players will have many a friend on hand
to cheer them whenever they visit Spo
kane. If the local club has anything like good
fortune the stockholders will not be re
quired to pay more than 25 per cent as
sessment. Of this amount 10 per cent,
which Is tied up as a forfeit, will be re
turned at the end of tho season and a
considerable portion of tho balance which
has been advanced to tho players signed
will bo deducted from their salaries as the
season progresses. Other expenses to be
met Includo the cost of boarding the play
era whllo they are training for three weeks
prior to the opening of tho season. Tho
salaries of the players do not begin until
April C6th, when the season opens. After
that date tho team will be more than self
sustaining, and. taking last year's figures
as a criterion, the Bolso club should finish
tho season with a handsome surplus.
A man can't work right with a lame
Takes all the life out of him.
Doan'3 Kidney Pills make lame backs
At any drug store, 50 cents.
You can reach J. Will Gray & Bro.,
men's outfitters, over Utah Independent
It will stay till he pays. Our record
book Is not yet full.
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
It will pay you to attend Vogelers
rose sale on Tuesday.
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. "Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers in our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrona the benefit
of same, and will sell good gooda
cheaper than ever.
TOM &. JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE.
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
Don't forget Vogeler's roso sale on
Call us over the new Independent
phone lines; No. 473. Utah Liquor company.
THE CITY DIBECTOBY.
Polk's Salt Lake City Directory for
1904 la now In presa. All parties who
have recently made any change In their
business or residence location and all
newcomers are requested to call at the
Directory office or notify us in writing
Immediately. No further calls will be
made by our canvassers and no changes
will bo taken over the 'phone.
W. P. COOPER.
Bec'y & Mgr., 617-619 Dooly Bids.
It will pay you to attend Vogeler's
rooo sale on Tuesday,
Large Badger Killed.'
A large badger was killed Saturday
morning near First North and First West
streets by Willis Snyder, Wilton Eller
beck and Ben Ellorbcck, threo Bchool boys.-
Tho animal was discovered In a vacant
house and before it had time to escapo the
lads scoured a rifle and killed 1L
1 A CLUETT COLLAR 1
I QUARTER EACH, QUARTER SIZC8 I
I CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. IB
H UAXJUU) OF OUJITT AMD MONARCH HtT Bj
SALT LAKE TURF
California, and Eastern Bace
Kg, Seller in ' jm I
Ilk Vv the World. W I
lyllllrellj IFKEE 25 dainty maids of as many nations, JjL iJ
liijII NeW PlcttllFCS "ch hoi,di"e hcr country's cm- . '"I
xFlSli blcm. Full of snap and go, the W M
jjj! finest set of pictures wo have ever . A f
Cpi issued you know what that f Ajy'lpbO9 I i
jl means. Full set free for 60 j fM
Trophic coupons. -" , Ntw york. -
j ..GARDNER DAILY STORE NEW
1 (ilb s no neceESQI7 Pa7 5 or 0
1 JlJy 01" G ky'8 sckl 8uft n this store.
P rVtuTN C0lirse if yn ish to go that
I j y high, we have plenty of them which
b J .1 would prove well worth the money,
j rK j But at the little prices of 3.50
if ill aDd'
j; li I I 1 A Jlf You can choose from a big variety
I ! ) f new suits, built especially for
1 1 school wear.
I , Ij f j Of strong, serviceable materials,
'i I I m don't-show-dust patterns,
I JJ j t Shaped to give free movement to
I r lilj SV the active little busy-bodies.
0 t; Truly the greatest values we have J
1 . ever shown at those prices.
l Price J. P. GARDNER MaiS
I Orders By Mail Promptly Filled. jj
mmmm&MHOOD restored "cupidehe"
flHBMD This rTct Vegetable TltaUzer, tbo prescription of a fa noon Frenob pbyalclMj. wiU
BV Jm aaloklTourToa of U nerrouorllieMoief UjegonniltYorsfli.ach ff.5
P 9 fiHR L(H), iDiomnla. Faltta X th Bnek. Bemlnal mtu!on. erroi lability,
nm uAWt Pimple. XJnfltneM to mArrr, txinitln lrlni, Varicocele, CaJH
wBl'GEQ potion. It alop J1 losie bT day or nlaht PrtmHurttT, wbJob If not obeokijd oU
"VjW r Bponnatorrbco and U tbe horror of Irapotenor CVPlBKtiK elonM Ibj 1TA
(so WflnOTB. crUFI'DE.NBitrflDrtneiii and miIotm. Tho reyon BUffcron r; ncrt rnro4 br 2911
i bSaoiMnat" per conu re tronbhrfwlth Frojlytl CtJPIDZNjd If tb nl7 Wrt
a rtre vliboat an Topratlon. 6,000 leiUmonUl. A mltton nr.ci given nd.roonj8j wturMdU
Swido nptefleota armanent our. ll.OO A bnr; tlx foTt&. T BonU for tW tlianiAT a4
GODBE-PITTa DBTJQ OO Salt Laka City, Utah. Agtaf.
THT3 foet cannot bo Induced to aBrreo
with lnsta that aro wrong!
I SHOES can be nhapcd to the feet by
wear but It's rough on the feet and spoils
H UNLESS the foot Is correctly fitted
n thero can he nolthcr comfort nor stylo In
I EVEN whon concealed under tho dross,
H Ill-flttlng ahoea proclaim themselves as an
H Impediment to graceful carriage!
Q NO other shoes can bo quite ao desirable
B for Women who want the very best.
I The Moore Shoe Co.
I 253 So. Main St.
I Slcn of THE BIG SHOE.
$3. SO $4,00
$5.00 $6 OO 1
DOCTOR COOK caRn
Proitjtle Troubles -3. Nervou Debility
permanenUy cured, na jaJtW
matter how long stand- J$7M""". Cures quick and ndteal
tnjr the dlBoaae, in ttom fUS In 20 to 60 days, br ay
6 to 20 days. mf own famous method.
Stricture Jffl M SS Varicocele I
cured In 15 days, with. r$ H J ' ,n(, ,,, 1
out cuttlnff, pain, drurs Complete y and Jm- I
or detcnUon from bus?- AsmSL nenUy cured by my nW
nlit apVM pro ces; all dlsaBreabU I
nr f T eymptoms soon dliairr V)
Wasting Weakness 1 W oomplotely and forarverj li
Time of cure, 10 to W viaV Wtrlk, Jt eatt, palnlesB and I
days, by my original, JH'mbr bloodJeBB. An abMlai
very olmplo remedy yuFJfaW tLJBIEiwl cure guaranteed.
(used exclusively by EuRwffiftiSffiCf ' , I
me). MmwW!&M& BIOOO PolSOfl
Private Diseases Every reaUgs of pot I
curd In 3 to 10 days, yJr removed from srstea I
without the use ot pol- without aid of tasrwury I
sonoua druse. or potash. I
ConourtnUon Is tre and mvitsd, and In oonsultlnff me you may b ava a
that nothing that sclenca oan devlso or skill perfect has been left undo H
to afford ypu a speedy, safe and permanent our. G
"WRITE me In full eonttderics, e xplalnln your troubles as tboy app&r g
you, and rcceivt by return moll my honest and candid opinion of your casa. I
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Sts., fH
Salt Iako City.
JOETI-r F. SMITH. President. BSSSSsi
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President '
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier. SSSSSsI
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Aaat. Cashier. H
GENERAL BANXING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to ' 1 jH
country trade. Correspondence lnv)f iH
J. E. Cosffrirr, Pres. E. W. WllPon. Cashier iH
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH H
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noblo, Vice-Presidents. -
A. H. Peabody, Ass't Cashier. H
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK H
Salt Lako City, Utah. - o H
Established 1852. - fH
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah. M
Surplus V ...5,379.000 H
Undivided proilLs ) H
Transacts a gonernl banking business. SSSSSSsl
domestic and foreign. IPI
Direct connections with banks In all rv lllBSSll
principal cities of the world. iH
Drafts, ) On all H
Letters of Credit, prominent fH
Telegraphic Transfers. ) cities. Vl
Deposits received subject to check. jH
H.-L. MILLER, Cashlor. lM
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 150 OFFICEa lH
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST, H
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager. H
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming:. VH
Office In Progress bldg., Salt Lako City. H
CAPITAL FULLY PADD, $200,000.00. - H
WALKER BROTflBRS, -
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ' H
Established lc9. Incorporated C03. H
Transact a General Banking Business. i 1
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JESEBET NATIONAIi JBANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. H
4 Salt Lako City, Utah. IH
Capital, ? 5 00,000 Surplus, 250,000 IH
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
President. Vice-President. fjl
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS, IH
Cashier. Asst. Cashier. 1
Safe deposit boxes for rent H
NATIONAL BANK OP
U. S. DEPOSITARY. 'H
FRANK KNOX President ,H
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlce-Presldont .llsSSSsI
W. F. ADAMS CasbJer IssSSSSsV
CAPITAL PAID IN. KCO.0CK). H
Banking In all Its branches transacted. IhsSSSSsV
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities IssSSSSSSi
of Europe iBSSSSSSsl
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. tiBBSSSa
-"cCORNICII & CO., IhI
Salt ake City, Utah- H
ESTABLISHED 1870. H
HTHLETES i H
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM, JH
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN. JH
TO THIS END THE BATH Jl
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH iH
HAND : H
All Grocers nnd Drues'Bt jH