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P , the salt lake rEXBtrai!: Saturday mokntstg, sIaech 26, 1904. 11 O
I i MANAGER STUBBS
IJ , TELLS OF CHANGES
J 'Characterizes Most of tho Talk as
A rT 1 4 Bumor Without Foundation
E Jill ' Kruttschnltt Silont.
I SAN FRANCISCO, March 25. Gcn
Wm, eral Manager Kruttschnltt, J. G.
II Btubb3, E. O. McCormlck and William
H, ' Sproule of the Southern Pacific com-
" pany aro now In this city, the latter
' , three having arrived today from Los
rfi Angeles. Regarding reported changes
H among the ofllclals o the road, Traffic
I D Manager Stubb-9 Bald:
C "They have all been announced offi
cii 1 dally. Mr. McCormlck Is going East
I I with me and Mr. Fee !s coming here.
L r I Mr. Sproule will remain In this city,
j?! I Rumors of other changes arc without
Hr (l foundation."
t) Mr. McCormlck will leaVo here about
Kn April 1st to undertake his new duties
r. In Chicago. His appointment dates
Wkt ' J from that time, and Mr. Fee will take
I ' charge of the paspenger traffic at the
u L k same time In this city.
s General Manager Kruttschnltt would
? '- neither deny nor affirm the reported
iv changes to be made by him as transpor-
j- 1" tatlon director. It Is understood that
k there are to be no removals or transfers
y - save those occaeloned by the succession
of C. H. Markham to his (Krutt-
ii , " schnltt's) position.
I OFFICERS INSPECTING
SAN PEDRO RAILROAD
.Work Progressing Bapidly, Aided by
"Weather Favorable to Grading
1 ' and Track Laying.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTES, New, March 25. A
' special train arrived in Calientes on
"Wednesday night from Salt Lake City,
en route to the terminus of the San
Pedro line, which has been completed
to a point sixty-eight miles southwest
of Calientes, and as General Foreman
McDermott Is rushing material to the
front and crowding work to the limit,
the remaining eight miles to Muddy
will certainly be completed within the
1 next six days.
I Foreman Conway has been breaking
I all San Pedro track-laying records dur-
, Ing the past two weeks, having put In
from one and one-half to two and a
1 Vjj half miles of track per day.
V The cold weather during the past two
weeks has been of signal advantage at
the front, as . it permitted graders,
1 track-layers and horses to work wlth-
l out the anticipated enervation due to
the usual hot climate of that desert
I The special was occupied by General
I Manager Wells and his secretary, First
1 -n-. Assistant Engineer McCartney, Pur
fi0j, chasing Agent Rhodes, Chief Surgeon
It . Toburn and Division Surgeon Hosmer.
i( 1 oiora Thc specai went OI1 to tne front eariy
f It Is'hursday morning, and the sanitary
I' -"j. Zpndltlon of the road was subjected to
M T thorough Investigation by the sur
yfx J jeons, who pronounced everything In
1 Exceptionally fine condition, and antlcl-
D ' pate no difficulties to overcome during
the coming. season from Illness in their
I advance, work The boarding-houses
h were als"o Inspected and found to be
Y General Manager "Vylls Is pleased
t( with thc work thus r completed,
1 1 which reflects great credit on the labors
, of General Foreman McDermott. Mr.
I "Wells Is especially pleased with the
1 1 condition of the track as to ballasting
and bridge work, the work being
) as smooth and level as that of any
I portion of the older transcontinental
There is every evidence that the rall-
1 road company will keep close on tho
( wheels of the grading contractors, the
n Utah Construction company, and it is
gSl'Vlr nou' anlIc'c)atod that the road will be
33 j. V ! completed and ready for traffic to the
Jfitvjt Las Vceas ranch, owned by Senator
ftp A- Clark, before June 1st, If the contract-
rBi ors complete their part of the work.
B The special left for Salt Lake Thura-
kHT. Sheriff Quinn of Butte, Mont., arrived
HB V here Wednesday in search of a mur-
9H I derer named Lennox, who killed a
KIHd I trainman In Butte and recently es-
HLfH caped from the county jail In the Cop-
flgKjf 1 I per City. There Is SGOO reward on the
BbKjIJ fugitive's head, and the Sheriff expects
STBMj ! to make the arrest here.
HlH" S , Miners have been put at work on the
BBS ' j ( free gold claim belonging to Simon
BHB ' 5 1 Bamberger of Salt Lake City, and Wll-
BBB ; ' Ham Fetterman and others" of De La
BJBK j ' A Mar. The claim Is a located one-quar-
H1t,1 1 ter of a mile west of Calientes on the
BjHBf De La Mar trail, and a tunnel Is now
HHkJ i ln tn,rty feet on a level wlth tho road,
BMpJH J easily accessible, and is run on a ledge
BjBM V of porphyrytlc quartz, lying between
BJBmr I lime and quartzlte walls. The vein,
BkIBB! which was but eighteen Inches wide
BjJBjt ( where the ledge opened, has widened
BflBV y, , to four feet of J18.50 free gold ore.
Bnfl ! 1 , Residents, railroad men and incom-
Bjpi 1 ing prospectors are locating claims, and
Bjfl J there Is every evidence that Calientes
BSfflr li. w111 have a flrst-clas3 mining boom
BflnU' thlB spring.
! '3 1 Hailroad Notes.
i Frank Smith, general agent of the Big
I u . Four at Denver, Is ln the city on rall-
ffl 1 road business.
f I v I- A. Benton, general agent of the Rio
! J-' t Grande passenger department, returned
p If vjj, c yesterday from a trip to Denver and
!; & Glenwood Springs, accompanied by Mrs
M 'A m ii Eenton. The popular passenger agent
IfW 1 M appears to be considerably Improved In
RV' J a health by his ten days' vacation and
URwl i 0 bas rc2Umed his duties with the old
WWA WM- t - time vigor.
M' M r General Manager Wells, Engineer Mc-
V$ fL Cartney. Purchasing Agent Rhodes,
ljv .1 Je Chief Surgeon Coburn and Division
1.7?, d ) SurBCon Hosmer arrived in the city
Wffiiil M Ip yesterday afternoon by special train
igrlR pi from the scene of track-laying at the
KT1 a w end of thc San Pedro road, where they
Bl.ll or bu hecn on a tour of Inspection. They
WfilMtc ?l report the track now completed to th
Krm ra nh slxty-seven-mlle post and the work
vt progressing more rapidly than ever, on
J'8!4'ur M account of the unbroken desert having
(1 been i-eached.
'Mi Jflu CHICAGOGREAT WESTEEU"
fckjni aTtE d"
if WffBi'i! Between Omaha, Council Bluffs and
TW&fwAwJ Ui St. Puul, Minneapolis, Dubuque and Chi-
': 'JmBvSm l, caeo. Equipment right; service right
fc 1S1PJ V tlmc TlGhf, It's all rlghU For lnforma-
tl0n addr0SB F' A' SllrltV'reath0, GGn'
WILL FISHT HARD
Health Officers Aroused, to Prompt
and Vigorous Aotion 'by the Ee
appoarance of Smoilpox.
Another epidemic of smallpox seems
Imminent ln this city. Six new cases
of the disease were reported to the
health office yesterday. At present tho
plague Is confined to a limited area ln
the southeastern part of the city. Two
of the cases reported yesterday were
taken to the Isolation hospital and the
other patients were placed under quar
antine regulation at their homos. Thc
sufferers taken to the pesthouse were
Ernest Loose, aged 17, 853 East Eighth ,
South street; and John Loveland, aged
25 years, rear of S56 East Eighth South
street. Tho other cases are Robert
Penman, aged 27, C23 Chester avenue;
F. H. Luce, aged 34, S54 East Fifth
South street, and tho two children of
Mr. Probend, 837 East Sixth South
street. In the Penman home there Is
destitution as well as smallpox.
Dr. Wilcox, tho new health commis
sioner, and the other members of the
Board of Health fully realize the seri
ousness of the situation, and with the
object of avoiding an epidemic such as
that of a year ago, will strive to get the
city iu a sanitary condition at once.
The health commissioner will ask thc
City Council for authority to hire six
additional garbage wagons during the
spring months, and each of the garbage
men Is to be clothed with the authority
of a deputy sanitary inspector, with
full power to lssuo notices for the
cleaning of premises. In this way it
will be possible to have the entire city
made and kept ln a sanitary condition.
The ordinance requiring that houses be
connected with the sewer Is also to be
It has been decided ln relation to the
whooping cough trouble that only such
children as have the disease will be
kept from attending school. The ones
suffering from the disease, however,
must be Isolated in the house, and
other children ln the same house can
not attend school until first securing a
certificate of health from the clerk of
the health department.
The Real Estate association notified
Dr. C. F. Wilcox yesterday of the ac
tion taken at Its meeting in the matter
of sewer connections, and offering to
assist In all ways possible in the en
forcement of the ordinance.
Catarrh of tho Bladder and Uretha la
cured by Oregon Kidney Tea.
Musical program and refreshments
Monday evening, March 2Sth, K. C. hall,
Jennings block. Admission, 10c.
Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
for Bad Debts. We collect Bad Debts
from Dead Beats. "Some people don't
like us." Francis G, Luke, Scientific
Collector of Bad Debts, top floor Com
To Bingham, Sunday, Mar. 27th.
Fare for the round trip J1.00. Leave
Salt Lake 10:30 a. m. via Rio Grande.
Returning leave Bingham at midnight.
Everybody come and have a good time.
TELLS HOW TO HOLD
In preparation for the selection of
delegates for the coming Stale Repub
lican convention, Secretary J. U. Eld
redge, Jr., of the Republican County
committee. Is sending out the following
notice to the. district chairmen In Salt
Lake county. The notice, which ex
plains Itself, follows:
Dear Sir: At a meeting of tho Republi
can county committee held on March 19,
19(M, Thursday, the 31st day of March, 190-1,
was fixed as the date for holding the pri
maries for the selection of delegates to
the Stato convention to bo hold at Salt
Lako City on April S. 1901. "At said meet
ing I was directed to Instruct you regard
ing the method of the selection of these
delegates It will be necessary for you
as district chairman for the county com
mittee, to select a placo for holding the
primary, within your distrlcL It Is your
duty to name three suitable persons who
will act ns Judges of the primary. One
of these Judges must take down the name
and address of each person voting at the
The primaries must bo open from S
o'clock to 9 o'clock p. m. The vote mu3t
bo by ballot, and all persons over 21 qats
of ago who desire and aro entitled to "vote
between tho hours mentioned, must be
given the opportunity
You will act as district chairman until
tho primary held for the purpose of elect
ing delegates to the next county conven
tion, when your successor will be chosen
by tho Republicans or your district. Your
district Is entitled to two delegates. It
is your duty to inform the secretary of
the place selected by you for holding tho
primary. Immediately after the election
of tho delegates, you should forward their
names to tho committee.
Hoping you will attend to matters
promptly, I remain, yours for nartv
success, J. U. ELDREDGE. JR.
Secretary Republican County Committee.
BY A SN0WSL1DE
A snowslldc on the Park City branch
of tho Rio Grande railroad, near tho
summit, about 2:30 yesterday afternoon,
effectually blocked the branch road for
the remainder of the day and last
nlghL Passenger train No. 101 for Park
City was llagged by, the trackwalker
as It approached the slide and another
train was sent out to bring tho pas
sengers back to this city, which It did
at 0:45. The track was covered with
snow and earth for about 125 feet at tho
point where the slide occurred, render
ing It Impracticable to remove the ob
struction last night. A large force of
men will be put to work this morning,
and It Is expected that regular traffic
will be resumed during the day.
DUTY OF WOMEN
IN SCHOOL AFFAIRS
Prof. Clark Arouses llenibers of tho
Ladles' Literary Club to High
"This club holds the educational destiny
of this city In its hands, and It It does not
go right It Is your fault. Is It not terrible
that ln a Chrlstlun country tho public
schools should close two months before
the regular time? If we aro going to deal
with tho educational problem, let us find
out why this Is. If you don't know what
becomes of the city's taxes, hire an expert
accountant, as wo did In Chicago, and
find out It Will be a paying Investment.
"But tho trouble Is that not half enough
money Is put Into taxes for educational
purposes. You are willing that your chil
dren should bo educated by Ignorant, un
cultured, Inexperienced teachers simply
because you aro unwilling to pay suffi
cient salaries to secure properly educated
men and women,
"If thero Is any union In tho world that
I am strong for, It is a teachers' union,
and 1 would put the standard of member
ship so high that only those fitted to be
tho teachers of children could be employed
In tho public schools. If I had the means,
I would try the experiment of conducting
tho educational system of a city llko Salt
Lake, and the first thing I would do would
ho to double the salaries of teachers.
Doubtless SO per cent of tho teachers now
employed In your public schools would
have to retire, but ln their places I would
havo men and women who were able to
educate themselves In tho high schools,
tho colleges and tho great universities of
the country; who wero able to travel dur
ing the summer and visit the great centers
of art and culture ln this country and tho
Old World. 1 do not want my children
educated by a teacher who has to llvo on
pork and beans six months out of the year
and who has no means to buy books, or
travel, or attend educational institutions.
"In tho hands of Its women rests tho
education of this country, and I therefore
favor women as members of boards of
education. If this Ladles' Literary' club
would name a woman well fitted for the
position and work for her, thero is no
doubt but she could be elected. But If
she could not bo elected, It would at least
force tho opposition to put up tho best
men they could find. On how many boards
of education In the country are there not
only bad men, but Ignorant men7 I know
nothing of your Board of Education, but
I know It Is true of other cities.
"I bellevo ln women's clubs. I believe
ln women taking an active Interest In mu
nicipal affairs, especially ln this State,
whero you have tho ballot. In Chicago
thc Civic Improvement league was organ
ized by women, and when It reached a
point whero they needed the help of men
to solve thc great problems that confront
ed them, the men of Chicago were proud
to bo associated with tho league."
The above and other sentiments wero
expressed by Prof. Clark yesterday after
noon at tho Ladles" Literary club, ln one
of the most stirring appeals ever mado to
the club members for practical work In
connection with their club work. Not ln
a long time has a speaker so arousf-d an
audlenco of women ns to their duties
along educational and civic lines, and tho
Impression vas very general that somo
definite action along the lines suggested
would result from the address.
TYPEWRITERS FOR, RENT
All kinds, all prices. Our repair work
guaranteed. Call, write or telephone.
11 W. 1st South, Tel. 1947..
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
To Visit tho Mines
At Bingham, the Old Reliable Camp,
Sundav. March 27th. Fare for the
round trip $1.00. Leave Salt Lake 10:30
a. m. Returning leave Bingham at
MASKED MEN WHIP
BANDIT IN MISSOURI
ST. CLAIR, Mo., March 25. Forty
masked men, many of them carrying
shot guns, broke Into the jail here early
today, and, securing Winn Davis, ar
rested on the charge of highway rob
bery, took him from the Jail, whipped
him nearly to death and then turned
TH&pg is no SstBsfiiufe for
NARROW ESCAPE OF A WELL
KNOWN FARMER AND HORSE
MAN. Ono of the Worst Assaults Known
John H. Robinson Attacked Three
Times and Given TJp for Dead.
An encounter with highwaymen on a
lonely road ln Dutchess county, N. T.,
would have been preferable to the ex
perience through which Mr. John H.
Robinson of Manchester Bridge, N. Y
actually passed. In thc former case he
would doubtless have been quickly re
lieved of his watch and money, and
would have been left In a more or less
bruised and dazed state by thc roadside.
But the loss of valuables would have
been relatively small, and within a few
days he would have recovered from in
juries and shock. Besides, such an at
tack would not be soon, if ever, re
peated. As it was, however, thc assaults from
which he suffered occurred three times,
cost him great loss of time and money
and brought him to the very verge of
dearth. Told by himself, his story Is as
"I was attacked three times during
three years by grip, complicated with
pneumonia, and my sufferings were ter
rible. I had some of the best physicians
In the county, but none of them could
give me any relief from the fearful
pains in thc back of my head, Just at
the. base of the skull. For two weeks I
was so low that no one, except the doc
tor and my wife, wag permitted to
come Into my room, and once I was
given up for dead.".
"How did you finally get on your
feet?" asked the reporter.
"Why, I happened to read of two
cases of grip that had been cured by Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People,
60 I got a box. After I had taken one
box I felt much better, and three boxes
cured me completely."
"Have you had the grip since?"
"Yes, Just once, a few years later, but
a few doses of the same pills cured me
"Do you recommend this remedy to
"I do, Indeed; because I know the
medicine Is a grand good thing. No one
ever had the grip worse than I did un
less he died. It was the only thing that
saved my life."
Dr. Williams's Pink Pills are such an
excellent remedy for the grip and Its
after-effects, because they expel poison
from the blood and supply tonic and
nutritive elements to every organ and
tissue. They quicken the appetite, Im
prove the digestion, give strength to
weak nerves, and, In short, forward all
the processes that tend to rapid and
complete recovery Hence rheumatism,
anaemia, headaches, dizziness, nervous
Irritability and prostration rapidly dis
appear and the astern Is fortified
against a recurrence of the original
trouble. One of tho most striking re
sults of the use of Dr. Williams's Pink
Pills ln cases of Influenza Is that the
depression, which Is such a trying char
acteristic of the disease, and which
often takes suicidal phase, Is succeeded
by elasticity of spirits. This great
remedy Is sold by all druggists through
out the world.
239 MAIN STREET.
2 Has Opened.
a Open day ard night Tel. 901-Y.
Tray Orders Solicited.
4 - ftoT
Located In Heart of the Business is
A turd Theater Districts. m j
I Mew Wilson I '.
j EUROPEAN HOTEL. g !
3 8 ALT LAKE CITY. hi
;i Rates, fl.00 to J3.00 per day. a
J Popular Priced Restaurant. Jfl
'A ICO Roomq. with Tolor-aone, Hot
T pnd Cold Runnlne Water. Sixty Rj
i Private Bathe. fa
COTTON FELT fif V55
Better than any Eastorn make. WU)
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
Utah Bedding & MTg Co ,
Salt Lake City. Utah-
f'ffil Watches I
- From the beginning we I
j have enJeavored to gain I
I the confidence of custom-
ers; we know that can be
done only by giving sat
; isfaction in quality and
LYON & CO., 143 Mala St j
You can't possibly
go wrong if you use
AC least, It is not I
the fault of the, H
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LACE HOUSE BANKRUPT SALE j
SATURDAY ONE HOUR SPECIALS.
COMMENCING AT 2:30 FOR ONE HOUR. . ! '
:i ! !
Ladies Gowns. Flannelette Gowns. Sateen Skirts. i ;
All thc rich and dainty cowns of finest -Another offering- on these serviceable and I :
material 'and work" anfhi7 that have good spwna, worth J1.C0 and ,Qc Sateen Skirts are a good buy at any time ; , ;
been ortered by the I.aco House c . co 51.2c. for ono hour JC When you can purchase an excellent
un to 511.50 for ono hour ...... )459 CMl, ! black mercerized Skirt with 12-lnch ac-
up to for ono nour t SlIKolinCS. cordlon pleated ruffling at half price, It ,
Mucin -. iiiw. should not be passscd, oven thouch you I '
1TIUML. Some of the prettiest patterns and finest should not need It now. 5. ' ' ;
Instrumental and vocal sheet music, sell- quality sllkollncs over offered ns a bar- 52.W values : I25 .
IS ."IS! 7C gSfbSr-"?.- 8c . j
Rubifoam. Drawers. Toilet Paper.
,. . . , .. . , Wo shall offer any of tho Ladles Draw- Tho largo size rolls that always bring
The most popular tooth wash on the mar- ers ln stock, soiling from 52.00 to a 12c. limit you to 5 rolls. A.n
kct and never sold for less than 2oc, pnir and tnere aro mtvny atyles and roll . uc
ono hour, limit 2 bot- pood values at those prices, fflT i
tics for ono hour GloVeS
Embroideries. Stockings. THE TREF0USE, A th(l,fl sola )
A blc assortment of embroideries, sell- A fast black, seamless stocking for 'la- for $2.00 a pair. Thc best Ladles' Glovo 1
ln? at 10. 12, 15 and ISc, nc dies, excellent value for doublo cr on tno market, for ono houri c 17 j
for ono hour the money, at, pair - lKJ Limit Is two pairs '
SATURDAY EVENING SPECIALS. j
COMMENCING AT 7:30 FOR ONE HOUR.
Stockings. Towels Gloves.
A drop stitch, fast black, seamlesa Hoso, A Linen Huck and Turkish Towel of good Codies Dress Gloves a wcll-mado. oty-
hna bucn reduced to lCc a pair, but for size and excellent -finish, selling at 0 I,8h 2-clasp Kid Glove, worth 1.2S a
one hour, limiting 1 pairs inr and 25o each. Sell only -i to a irir pair Every pair fitted. Will 6OC I
to a custoraor, pair lul" customer, each 100 sH or one hour at
( Piowers and Foliage. f
LaCilCS KirtS. rlUmeS. Tho largest nnd finest assortment of theso j
Millinery Goods ln this city; the Btock
Anv niuslln Skirt ln stock, that formerly Another lino of Ostrich Plumes In black, embraces ovory Quality from tho lnex- f
sold from 51.75 to J2.75 each, will be blues and reds: a natural ono pleco pensive kind to tho fine Imported French
placed on aalo for an hour i Tc feather 14 to 17 Inches long and c, . Flowers, for ono 1 PrtrA I
at H1' 1 0 selling at 52.75 to 53.60 each ... 'V-34 hour Z2 ri
Tho limit Is 2 to a customer. For one hour. MllSiC i
-run J lif II, . CW L For ono hour during tho evening wo shall j
lOOin rOWCier. WalKmt bKirtS. again sell sheot music In instrumental
J and vocal pieces, selling up to :
Tho Royal Powder, not a cheap. Inferior A -vQikmr skirt of good quality and Bty- 600 each' fr " ' f
kind, but a guaranteed pure article, that usni If purchased cheap, makes a good 1 r(
Is a standard and well-known toilet ro- investment at any time. We shall placo Ldv,fc.
qulslto through the. country. Tho Lace al our Waiklng Skirts In spring and Thero is no better lino of Lacos, selling . I
House ofTcrcd It for 15c a bot-, c heavy-weight material, soiling up to up to $10.00 tho yard. In tho city than wo 1
lie. one nour J $10.00, on 3ale for ono hour at, E- A carry. They aro T D.J
Limit Is two. oach Po,uO on sale at 3 r j
WM. BARTLING, Proprietor. I
iGEEAT SATURDAY SPECIALS.
: Every One a Money-Saver. Read Carefully.
I These Specials From 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. 1
NEW STOCK PINS iZltL
i n, Jit this price. They are made of 1
; Bis variety of the new ball top fln(? aua'uty cottQn s,k flnlshedi N
stock pins ln gilt, oxidized silver. double soles, high spliced heels j
pearl, blue, etc. The latest fad, and toes, guaranteed fast black, E
all 25o values only- come either plain or" ribbed tops, I
A per pair H
Ladies' Drawers Lace Curtains 1
Made of good quality cambric A variety of new patterns ln
muslin, finished with a lawn white Nottingham lace curtains,
nifflo. clur.ter tucks and hem- f u d , d I
stitched. Coino in both open and , u" , J . , 0
closed styles. Regular 60c grade, Inches wide, regular price 5L60; fl
today only today only 0
These Specials From 7 to 10 P. H. Only. j
Belt Specials Lace Stock Collars I
Big variety of newest taffeta Beautiful new Venlse lace
Qiiir nnrl nonlin bolts In the wide Btock collars ln cream and white,
silk and poplin oeits in tne wme llnlghed at top wlth flne chiffon
crush style, new corded effects, ruohlns in pretty shades of
etc.. with pretty buckles and -white, blue and pink, bought to
back pieces, regular 35c and 60c sell at 60c, special tonight only,
grades, from 7 to 10 p. m. from 7 to 10 p. m.
WHIST eLEHH-UP QQr
Some Sold as High as $3.95. Choice from 7 to 10 tonight, y O. I
Made of vcstlngs, cheviots, brllllantincs, mercerized oxfords, fleece
lined cottons, white antT colored. All sizes, all latest styles.
GREHT PETTieOHT SHLE
From 7 to 10 P. M. Only. Choice of 2 Styles. All Hgu- fbiiH 1
lax 1.10 Values Xy 1
Style 1. Made of Scintilla cloth with deep Graduated accordion- H
pleated llounce finished with ruching. All seams strapped. 1
Stylo 2. Made of high lustre spun glass cloth with flaring flounce H
trimmed w'lth two ruffles, headed with Sfelf straps. All seams strapped. !
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H Easiest Way I
!IS NOT AIWAYS THE BEST, H
BUT IN THE MATTER OF .'H
PARKER'S (rLUCKY CURVE" .
FOUNTAIN PEN VS. INCON- ' H
BVENTENCE A JURY OF H
THOUSANDS OF BOOKKEEP
i ERS AND STENOGRAPHERS
B HAS DECIDED IN FAVOR ,
I OF THE PARKER PEN. '.
THE PENS RANGE FROM
S1.50 TO S6 THE PEN.
Whcra ths H
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of th BljuUor nd CUtucil
JCldntyyi. N car go psy.
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BoU Vf dm js I its. frio
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F. J. HTLIj DRUG CO.. Bolt Lak City. IH
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Popular Tailors I
235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Box 682. Salt Daie City.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, County of Salt Lake. State of ll
Utah. Carol lno Is'ellson, plaintiff, vs. Niels ,
Nlolson, defendant. Summons. ' ll
The Stato of Utah to tho said dofond&nt. JM
You aro hereby uummonod to appear
within twenty days aftor the aervico of ,
this summons upon you, if oerved within t
the county ln which thla action Is brought, ;
othorwiao within thirty days after service, ('"'JH
and defend the abovo entitled action; and iH
in caso of your failure bo to do, Judgment ilH
will bo rendered against you according to iH
the demand of tho complaint, of which jl
copy la herewith served upon you. 'iH
FAHNSWORTH, LUND &. TRUMAN. ; IM
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
p, O, Address: 204 Tcmplcton Bldff., Salt ' H1
1 Lako City, Utah. cU ' 'M