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.8 The SAir liAiaa Trxbij: Saturday MoiistosG, March 26, 1904. , 1
If IM C AF C Day's Doineon I fM fIAMfMF!
It 111 AjJlJuiU and BTimeld. till illfilfiUll II 1
I ; "SPIDER" WELCH OF
i TRISGO IS HEBE
I Hard-Hitting: Californian Arrives
I nnd Will Commence Active
f I 1
"Spider" "Welch, the California light
weight boxer, arrived In Uiis cliy yester
day afterno'on from San 'Francisco, In
company with his manager, Sammy Mc
Cllntocic. Welch Is matched lo box twen
ty rounds with "Battling" Xclson of Chi-
j I cago at th y Salt Palaco tl.- ater on April
I SiJidor" Welch.
I ItHIHMIHMtt f4-H--hr"
I jth, under the management of Iho Shum-
I rock Athletic club: Nelson Is already
1 here and Is doing active training In an-
I llclpallou of the bout,
1 .Welch la a tall, sinewy youth, built
B something on the Filzslmmons order. , Ho
I docs not look much like a lighter, but from
I the accounts of soino of his battles on iho
I roast It would appear that his looks aro
I deceiving. Wolch has fought a number
1 if j)romlnent const lighters and In all of
I his lights has acquitted himself crcdilu-
I bly. He Is fald to havo a nasty left jab
I that produces that tired feeling whenever
I It lands, and can also kit with his right.
1 Training quarters have not yet been se-
I cured for tha coast lighter, but suitable
1 arrangements will probably be made to-
I dav. Welch will at once begin training
I Tor his fight on April nth. and although
I the time Is rather nhort. ho says ho will
I i be In llp-tnp shape when he enters Iho
I Tncoma, 2; Portland,. 1.
1 FRESNO. Cal March 25. Tncoma do-
featrd Portland hero today Jn the opening
gamo of the league aeries by a score of
H, '' to 1. Keefe, the youthful Tacoma pltch-
Hk f r, proved himself an enigma lo tho Port-
H landers, who got but thre2 hits off his dc-
H livery. Butler was easy for the Tacomas,
HI being touched up for fourteen hits. Prc-
I reding the game George V. Cartwrlpht
H spoke for about ten minutes on the sub-
fj jeet of baseball, and Mayor L. O. Stov-
Ml ons put the first ball over tho plato. Tho
ml attendance was about 600. Score:
W H. K. E.
Tacoma 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 2 14 2
Portland 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 3 2
H Batteries Keefe and Ilogan; Butler and
H Steel man.
H Seattle, 4; San Francisco, 1.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 25. Seattle
look a tun at winning today and earned
their victory by hitting the curves to tho
unguarded spots when men were on bases.
HnJl rapped the ball onco for a four-bag-
ger. Williams pitched a strong gamo for
the visitors. Score:
II. IL E.
. San Francisco ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 1
j ' Seattle 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-4 S 1
H Battrles Yerkes and Leahy: Williams
mm and Wilson. Umpire McCarthy.
I LOS ANGELES EASILY
DEFEATS OAKLAND, 6 TO 2
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. March 23. Los
Angeles easily defeated Oakland this aft
ernoon In tho second game of tho season
l.y the score of C to 2. The locals out
played Oakland In: the field and outbatted
them. "ttrheelor pitched great ball for tho
.ngolB and up to the eighth Inning three
hitH was the extent of tho hitting of tho
visitors. The locals hit Mosklman hard
In the third and fourth Innings. Score:
R. H. E.
Ixis Angeles ' . 0 7 1
Oakland 2 S 3
Batteries Wheeler and Kagcr; Moskl
man and Bocttiger. Umpire, O'ConnelL
If BOISE COUNCIL REMOVES
I ITS CITY ATTORNEY
1 Special . to Tho Tribune,
j BOISE. Ida., March 23. At the close of
vj a long meeting of tho City Council last
J night a resolution was adopted ousting S.
5 B. Kingsbury from the office of City At-
j to nicy.
j The specific complaint against him was
j 1 that of Interfering with other officials ar.d
J assuming to give them directions. At ono
-J lime- tho Council in caucus came within
J a voto of determining to removo him and
then addressed him a letter severely crlt-
, Iclsing him. Last night tho matter came
1 up on. complaint of the Chief of Police
and. a resolution declaring tho office va-
? cant was adontcd v.itli only one dissent-
I ''ORIGINAL PACKAGES" FOR
PERSONAL USE WILL PASS
9 WASHTNGTOX, March 25,-The House
VM Commltteo on Judiciary today authorized
$1 , a favorable report on tho Hepburn and
1 1 Dolllver bill " granting tho States polico
- power, over "original packages" of intozcl-
J i ating liquor coming into their borders as
i Interstate commcrco. An amendment was
M adopted stipulating that the bill should
J not apply to persons receiving interstate
aj shipments of liquor Xor their own personal
The many friends of John Blount will
be pleased to learn that he has entirely
y recovered from his attack of rheuma-
tlsnx. Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured
Hiw him after the best doctors in the town
H4J fMonon. Ind.) had failed to give relief.
HSjjg The prompt relief from pain which this
uljw liniment affords Is alone worth many
HflH Umcs its costt All drugsigls
VELL PLAYED MOUNTS
FIRST AT OAKLAND
SAX FYiANClSCO. March 23.-Wcll-played
horses were successful at Oakland
today and several races resulted in close
nnluhes. The weather was clear, but the
track was Ktlll somewhat heavy. One of
tho best contests of Iho afternoon was the
fourth at a mile and n hundred ards.
Thanksito tho superior riding of J. Mar
.iln, Ajrminatcr, tho favorite, i:ot up In
time to beat Plerco J. a neck, whllo Tdogo,
tho pacemaker, was third, the same dis
tance away. Jockey Bell 1ms been restored
lo good standing and will go to New York
to ride. B'esults:
First race, five furlongs, selling Edu
cate won. Candidate second, Pencil .Mo
Second rae. half mile, Selling Albert
Fir won. He:ul Jlance second, Hooligan
third. Time. ."J'.i seconds.
Third race. Futurity rntir.v, selling
Brennus won. Joan Gravler second. Dr.
Shormun third. Time. 1:10.
Fourth race, one mile, and a hundred
vards. selling Axmlnntor won. Pierce J.
second. Idogo third. Time, 1:54.
Fifth race, sdx furlongs, selling Foxy
Grandpa won. Northwest socond, Inspec
tor Munro third. Tlmo. 1U9. j
Sixth rac sevo.n furlongs, Kclllng Pos- !
sari won. Oro Viva second, Reeves (bird. I
RECORD AT ASCOT
LOS ANGELES. March 2".. Plnkcrlon,
Barney Scrciber's crack two-year-old,
look up IIS pounds and ran half a mile at
Ascot Park this afternoon in -!S,1 seconds.
This is better than tho previous record
o r the Asrot track for that distance by
half a second. Tho big black youngster
won handily from Bollo Kinney. Iho
heavllv-pluyed secmd choice. Jeromo be
ing third. Pinkerton was tho only suc
cessful favorllo today. Tho other fivo
racxs went to liberal pric?d horses and the
books got oft' with a balance to tho good.
Weather good; track fasL Results:
First rare, ono mile, selling Inaugura
lor won, Llbcrto second, Uppcreut third.
Second raw. hnlf mile, purse Pinkerton
won, Bidle IClnney second, Jeromo third.
Time, IS'a seconds.
Third rare, six furlongs, selling Blue
Miracle won, Cardwcllton second, Maresa
third. Time, l:15y.
Fourth race, free handicap, sli furlongs
Barrlngton won. M. F. Tarpcy second,
Gallant third. Time, 1:13.
Fifth race, six furlongs, soiling Dolllo
Welthoff won. Kamio.r Jim second. Kath
crine Ennis tliird. Time. 1.1CVL
Sixth raco. mllo and fifty yards, selling
Gentle Uarny won, Cursus second, Sher
ry third. Tlmo. 1:48.
WASHINGTON, March 25. Bcnnlngs
First race, sli furlongs Bollo of Milord
won, Moorhen second. Old Ribbon tblrd.
Second race, half mile Dr. Swartz won,
Jnccnsc second, Glrdlo Stono third, lime,
Third race, six furlongs Princelct won,
Mr. yickwlcic second, Alpaca third. Time,
Fourth race, sovon furlongs Pompano
won, Scotch Thlstlo second, St. Juvenal
third. Tlmo, 1:311-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs Paul Clifford
won, Tom Klley second, McWllllams
third. Time, 1:17 2-5.
Sixth rare, mllo Red Light won. Coy
second, Clarenco third. Time, 1:19.
KILLS SALOON MAN
Little Town in Washington Scene of
Cold-Bloodod Murder by
EVERETT. Wash.. March 2u. Jack La
Brosso was shot through tho heart lost
night at Bryant by unknown parties. La
Brosso was a saloon man and was closing
his placo when murdered.
It Is not known whether robbory or
somo other motive brought about the kill
ing. Redevelops that La Brosso was count
ing his money when three men, one of
whom was an Indian, entered and de
manded the contents of the till.
La Brosee reached under the bar for
a revolver, and the next Instant was
La Brossc fired his weapon once but
the bullet did no damage. La Brosse's
bartender and another man overheard
what was going on from an adjoining
room, but the robbers escaped before
they could render any assistance.
FLEE BEFORE FLAMES
Panic Attends Flro in Cotuity Hos
pital in a Michigan
ESCANABA. Mich., March 23. A fire
in the county hospital caused a panic
among the sixty patients, many of
whom were forced to leave the build
ing by nieana of ladders and fire es
capes. Some who were thought to be
at the point of death were compelled to
stand outside in deep snow for half an
hour before shelter was found. Many
of the patients may never recover from
the effects of the exposure. Financial
0PERATIG STAR SINGS
WHILE HUSBAND FIGHTS
Special lo The Tribune.
SPOKANE, March 23. With her hus
band, Arthur Gucrin, fighting on tho floor
of the tlicatre and at times down In a
wildly fighting mass of roughs, with all
of tho orchestra except tho piano player
leaving to Join tho batllf. Nolllo Guerln,
tho star at tho Conur d'Alcno theatre,
sang through her part last night without
a break or a quiver.
Chorus girls lied from tho stago when
when tho light started, but tho star con
tinued to alng, with one eye on tho bat
tered husband and the other on the quak
ing piano player. Jt was a good exhibi
tion of nerve.
TWO 1IOBE DAWES COMMISSION
MEMBERS TIRE OF JOBS
WASHINGTON. March 23. The resig
nation of C. R. Breckinridge of Arkansas
from tho Dawea commission has been re
ceived and will probably bo announced in
a few days, information has been received
at tho Intror department to the effect
that T. B. Veedlos, another member of
tho commissi, has decided lo resign and
that his retirement will take placo beforo
the end of March.
"BILLON SHALL Ml
PLAY," SAYS BERT
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23.-'MorIoy
has broken bin word and defied the
learuo," said President Bert of tho Pa
cific Coast Bnscball league today, refer
ring to the trouble at Los Angeles yes
terday. "Beforo Jnok O'Connell went to Los An
geles ho received explicit Instructions in
regard to how he was lo act in caso tin
effort was made to play Dillon, and ho ha3
carried them out so far."
President Bert then showed a copy of
th following telegraxi which he sent to
"We think It cowardly and coiuempWbli
to threaten and harrass you, who htl- sim
ply obeying instructions. If ili' waul
trouble, they rihould proceed against the
league offlclalr. AVo do not shrink rom
court contort of any character On tho
contrary wc Invite one Should like op
portunity lo examine certain manager,
player and notary In open court and under
oalh concerning certain aflldavlts. Lcaguo
has positive oral and written ovldenec
Have wired Jjobman not to play ui'lcsu
you ofllelato. if they caune your shaenco
from tho grounds, no game. J.pRKue will
render you full legal and financial sup
port. It you need an attorney, employ u
good ono. Lcagno guarantees all ex
penses." Bert's dispatch to Pete l.ohman In
structed him not to play In any game with
Dillon In It or In Umpire O'CoiiuoH'b ab
sence. In conclusion, President Bert said:
"If Morley persists In playing Dillon. 1
! will call a special meeting of tho league
next Monday and what action It will tako
I am not prepared to say. I do know that
somo of the managers want to take the
franchlso from Morlvy. and allow some
body else to run tho team. Without a
vote of iho loaguo I would not go as far as
thl?, but I will say that as long as I am
presldont of the Paelllc Coast loaguo Dil
lon will never play llret base for L.os An
MORLEY DECIDES NOT TO
PLAY DILLON AFTER ALL
LOS ANGELES, Col., March 23. Thcro
will bo no contest In the courts between
Manager J. F. Morley of the Los Ange
les Baseball association and President B.
F. Bert of tho Pacific Coast league In or
der to determlno whether Frank Dillon
will play here or elsewhere.
Morley has decided to abandon tho In
tention of playing Dillon. Ho will await
the ruling of tho board of control of the
National Association of1 Minor Leagues,
and If that body decides against him Dil
lon will go.
Moifaa Wins Steeplechase.
LlVKRPOOL. March 25 -The Grand Na
tional Btceplechaso of 220O sovereigns,
Correct Clothes for Men
TWiTIHi"'"''""! lid! HI 'II il Tllilllb. mil M i I III
fSiOWN to the min
utcst details the
Wvm Wm a'n Coat is
Hr P, Mum correct. The
Jw silllr makers proof
lSgj&P i the fabric and
copjxicht Ha. a. is. & co. make the gar
ment in New York. Rain or shine
morning, noon or night the
year round it's the proper caper.
It bears this label
Jpd Benjamin a (? I
on the hanger or inside coat
pocket. If it's not a BENJAMIN,
it's not an
Equal to fine custom-made in oil but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We arc -Exclusive
Distributors in this city.
Gray Bros. & Co.
154 Hain St.
about four miles and cighty-llvo yards,
was run hero today and) won by Molfna.
JCIrkland was second and Tho Gunner was
third. Twenty-six homes started.
CAMBRIDGE DEFEATS OXFORD
ITT FIRST CREW RACE
LONDON, March 20. The sixty-first
annual boat raco between crows repre
senting tho L'nlvcrsltles of Oxford and
Cambridge was rowed today over tho
usual course from Putnoy to Mortlake,
about four miles and a (iiiaricr, and was
won by Cambridge by four lengths, at
8:10 o'clock a. m.
I hITmark l
B OF THE BEST
II CLUETT, PEABODY &.CO. j8
gSE CLUETT AHD ARROW COLLARS jEskj
Tls the "Comfort Llnn "
ON THE POPULAR
TUB EHST AND
AS TVE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO -"GET
THE HENDERSON ROUTE
ILVBIT?" IT WILL US.
HSK OS HBOT 3T
W. C. LINDSAY, General. Agent.
F. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOTJIS, MO.
I CENTER t
t Or the X
? Great Southeast. -f
T is best reached
by the J
J SOUTHERN I
t PENETRATES ELEVEN t
f STATICS. '. I
-4- Travelers from tho West may
-f- ueo this lino through St, Louis,
4- Memphis or Birmingham.
-r- WM. FLANNELLT. T. P. A.
Board of Trade Building. -f
4- Kansas City, Mo. 4-
JHgjPARSHOOD RESTORED "CUPiDEHE"
SSfipPSfcYS Thin Brnt Vegetable Vltallier, thn prescription of famous Trench pbTslolan, will
EhB5- qalcklT cure you of all nerrous or dle&BCs of tun frcbrrullTOorff&op. uch nT.oit Man
piff, rvH hood, Imomnln, 3alno In the Back. SrtulntU EuiWilnut, XerTom Doblllty,
P5 WfrS Pimple. TJufltnea to marry, Exhausting Drain, Varicocele, and Conitl
BWA afySf'Ca nation- Itfitopt nit lOM&s bv day or nlabu Prematurity, Trblcu If not checked JpaOo
-iVStii irt Hpormatorrhoia and all tho horrorj of lmpotOD07 CUFIDEAK olonnoca tbe liver,
tuft tl a n ore Ottl'IDENJS wonfflhonj and roru, TUo rcwon gnllonira aro not onrcd by docton
s becaneo nlnoty pr coot, aro troobledwlth rro.latJtU. CXiriDENE Is tho only known romody
lo cur Trtltootit n operation. 6X0 tonUmonUls. A wTlllon sn&r&cuo bItoo and monoy returned If six
LoiMdo noi effect a perraanont euro. Bl.OO a bot,- nix forliJI) by moll Sond for fre olnrolaj hnd
ttOaioalalt Addrora BAVOL MJC1JCIXE CO.. Sun f rnncl.cu. Cnl.
QODBE-Pirra DBTTQ OQ. Salt Lako City. Utah. Agents
I All trains arc examined at every division station f5
tbat is, at intervals oC.a hundred miles or so. la
Yhen you hear the hammer ring or see the Hare of II
torches, you know Avhat is talcing place your train is ml
being "looked over." M
In this matter of examining equipment frequently f
and thoroughl3T lhe Burlington is, perhaps, a little more jjp
systematic than auT other railroad. The reason is IT- 'm
To Omaha and Chicago, leave Denver eg
-l in j). m. and 10:o5 p. m.; to Kansas PA
ISBb rmS Tickct 0ffiw' 79 w' Sonth st m
jj II' r' NESLEN' Genoral Agent El
Mi hfim iiiiiiiwiiiiiii m m i in i'ni 1 1 m
(Prom Oirdcji. Portlarrd,
Butto, Sac Franclaco, Chl-
coko, lit. Louis, Omaha,
nnd Denvtsr 8:30 a.m.
(Prom Otrden and lntc-rmedl-
ate point: 9;io p.m.
t'rom Ogdon, Cacho Valley,
and intormcdlatu polpto 11:55 a.m
D'Vom Offden. Chicago, 0t.
Louis. ICanefis City, Oraa-
ha, Denver and San Fran
cisco 4 jog p.m.
From Onden, Cache Valloy,
St. Anthony, Portland and
San Francbco 6:55 p.rrt
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chlcaax,
Donvor. FJonoan CJty and
Bt. Louis 6:00 a.m.
For Ogdon. Portland, St. An
thony. San Franclcco .ajid
Intermediate pointa .A 10:20 n.-m,
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chlcaijo,
Denver. Kansas City. 8t.
Louln and Sou FTancbico.. 1:10 p.m.
For Opdcn. Caoh Valloy,
Donvor, Kanaoo City. Oma
ha, SL Lonbi and Chic-ac". 515 p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Butto. Hk.na, Portland,
Son Franolsw aiul Inturme-
dlato points . 1145 p.m
T. M. SCHTJMACTTER, Traffic JJgr.
D. E. BURLKT, G. P. & T, A.
D. B. SPEKCT3R, A. O. P. & T, A, .
City Tlokot ottlcs, 351 Mala ntreet,
Telethon a MO.
Eaji Pedro. Ixxj An- Vv5ii'W
gclw & Salt LnJc PU
R. R. Co. w
From Orceon Sliort Lino doptst, 6iJt
For Provo. Lohl. Falrflold end
Nephl, Mantl and points on
flanpetj Volley Ry 7:30 sum.
For Garflold Beach, Tooele.
Stockton, llammoth. Eureka,
and Silver City 8D0 m.
For Proro, American Fork,
Lohl, Juali, Mllford, Frloco,
Callexitea and mtormcdln.to
polnto 6.K5 pjca,
From Provo, Anwrlcxn FotTt,
LohJ. Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callcntes and Intennccnato
points "9:35 Lm.
From Provo, Lohl, Falrflold,
Mctout and Sanpete Volley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Sliver City. Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele a-nd
and Garflcld Beach.......... "5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Slcplns Car Boi
vice betwen Salt Lake, IHlford, Modena
Direct atneo conne-otlonn for all mtnJryr
airrtrlcts In southern Utah and Kevada.
City Ticket Offlco, 201 Hata. Btroot.
E. W. GILLETT J. Ii. MOORE,
Gon'l Pass. A5U Commercial Afft.
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Throuch. car. Salt Lake City to SU
Louis and Kansas City. Only one chunsro
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladlea and onll-
Toiirlat sleapers thronsh to Chicago,
Boston and other pointn without change.
Two tralno dally.
lnaulro at ticket ofHco. 105 Dooly blocfc.
Salt Lako City. Any Information chcets
full Tv given. H. C. TOWNSEND,
,C I P & T. A- lllsaourl PoclOc Ry, St.
' Louis, Mo.,
In offt-ot i;avembor 2S, 1903. .
LEAVE SALT LAKH CITY.
Ko. 10 For BlnBharo. llober,
Provo and MaryBvalo 8:00 a-m.
No. ICO For Park City 8:1G a,ra.
No. C For Donvor and East..... S 20 a.ra.
No. C For OKdon and West 10:60 a.m.
Is'o. iFor Oifdon and West... 1:15 p.m.
No. 3For Denver and East. U:15 p.m.
No. S For Provo and Eurota.... G:00 p.m.
No fr For Ogden and local pts.. 6:05 pjn.
jjo. -iFor Denver and Eoat S 0C p.m.
No. 3 For Ogdcn and Went 13J0 a.ra.
ARRIVE AT SALT IAKB CITY.
No. 6 From Offdon and tho East 8:10 a.m.
Xo 12 From Offden and local pttf 0:05 a.m.
y0, 7From EurokiL and Provo. .1000 tern.
No. t From Donvor and Bant.. .10:40 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver and East... 1:35 p.m.
No. 2 From Opden and West..-. 3:05 p.m.
No. 101 From Park City C:1G p.m.
No 3 From Blnrjhani, Heber,
Provo and Marymale 6-(0 p.m.
No. -I From Ocdeu and tho Wout 7:C6 p.m.
Mo. 3 From Dunver and Ea8U..U:0 p.m.
All train oxevspt Noa. 1 to 6 stop nt In
Ticket office, Dooly Blook.
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A Most Important Featarej
One of th!!! f-oulp-mcnt
Is clean care. You'll find them on
tho "Santa Fe." Thcao car aro ood to
look at. but aro better to rldo in. No ad
ditional charse .for all the convenience of
modern car building.
Irom Utah to
Kanaau City and Chicaco.
Also direct lino to Galveston, El Paao.
Cllv of Mexico and tho mlnlns camps of
New Mexico and Arizona.
Ask me about reduced rates cast.
C. F. "WARREN,
General Asent, No. Ill Dooly- Block,
" ' " v. B?lt Lj,kc glty.. 77.
I Jmh Received
I Carload s
OF THE BEAUTIFUL
The finest moderate-prico Piano
X ever sold here. g
Z SOLD ONLY BY
I Clayton Music Co. t
109 MAIN ST.
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If clookfj and ?livor- '
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plna, modalB, chalna and scarf
Wo havo diamonds, opals, rublo, B)
sapphires, turquoise, darnels, etc., H
In fact a very largo alock of loono va
Wfl mako over old Jowelry and do Sj
tlio finest enpravliiR En
AVo buy nil kinds of old gold. W
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S. Main Street. Salt Lake Cltv H
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7S AV. First South. P
fj 'Phono 17C3-K. ?
Jul m4 II iWIHM 'ilhi I'll I
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South. TenrDlo Sts
Salt Lalio City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President,
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlce-Prealdont,
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cnfihler.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. AskU Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invited.
I. EL Coopriff, Pres. E "W. Wlleon. Cashlej
OPEN AN ACCOUNT TVITLT
J. J. Daly, A'. P, Noble,. Vlco-Pre3ldent3.
A. H. Peabody. Aea t Caahlec
WELLS, FARiO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City, 'Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Undivided prorlta )
Transacts a gencrul banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of tho world.
Drafts. On nU
IOttnro of Credit, V Dromlnonl
Teloirraphlo Tranafem. citlea
Dopor.lta received subject to check.
II. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. CaBhlcr.
ESTABLISHED l&U. 150 OFFICES
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
O. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, (General Manarjer.
Utah, Idaho. and "Wyoming1.
Office in Prosrroas bldK . Salt . Lake City.
CAPITAL PULLY PAID, 42CC0.1.
SALT J..AKE CITY. UTjVIT.
Established 1S53. Incorporated 1903.
Transact a Genoral Banking" Business,
S.UB DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
J-JESEBET NATIONAL BANK,
UNTP15D STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, S35O,O00
Li. S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG. B. S. fULLS.
Cashier. Asst. Cashlen
SRfo deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX . ., ...President
TAMES A. MURRAY Vloo-Preaidenl
V, F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. iZQO.CW.
Banking: In all lt3 branchoa transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cltica
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jyj-ccoBNiCE: & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
DR. C. W. HIGG1NS H
Microscopic Medical Institute
0. W. Biggins, 3H. P., Mgr. WM
ST. ELMO HOTEL, !
Csxmx IToln and Tliird Scmtfc H
Hsm practiced In Salt Lako City for twerp M
t'-flv years, and tho wonderful and "well-; mmma
established curea ho ho effected to tha?
tlmo provo th Eclentlflc prlnclpleo or mmmM
vrhlch his medicines nro compounded, mmmm
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oroscopo cnablca him to detect tno pn
mary oause of diseases and effept A WM
radical cui-c Tho doctor has cunxl tnoun mm
nands of canes of
Hervous Debility, jKantsl and Ph.ysl-(
cal Weakness and Ncnrous UM
Anfl Trfll forfeit JKO for any caoo U&aa UM
under hla treatment -which ha tail ta,
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all ola. iin(?erinir diseases, which vitlato ll
tho blood and Impair tho Byetom. thor- jmmm
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KENYON HOTEL, H
California nnd Eastern Baces.
Before electricity was well In tho liar
ncsH. It wasn't at all uncommon for in
qulsltlvo people to set an occasional jolt.
Modern science has practically done away
Avlth .such mishaps.
have reached a high degree of perfection. mmm
AVo keep continually abreast of progress mmm
In electrical Inventions; and we can show mmm
you any number of devices for saving mmm
tlmo and labor. Pay. ua a visit. HHI
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HONEST PLUIrlBEnS. mWM
Electric "Wiring and Fixtures. Kfl
109 East First South. Telephone 752, WMm
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j at Popular Prices,
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6 E- THIRD SOUTH. 0
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