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THE SATT YjAVr-ft TRIBTINBf TSDESDAY MORKTSsG-, APRIL 6, 1904. ' 5 f'll
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I, TWO NEW JURORS
4r IN SHOGKLEY CASE
Little Progress Made Yesterday and
an Additional Batch, of Tales
men Made Necessary.
Two more Jurors were secured in the
Shockley ca.se ycstordny. "When ad
journment of the criminal division of
1 . the District court, where James M.
Shoclcloy Is on trial for the murder oi
Amassa Gleapon and Thomas Brighton,
was taken yesterday afternoon there
were nine of tho necessary twelve Jury
men in the box. Seven of the Jurors
were secured on Monday, and the two
secured yesterday are Wallace C. Bow-r-rlnsr
and C. L. Hannaman, both of
Altogether twenty-one talesmen vrt
examined yesterday In securing the
two acceptable to both the defense and
the prosecution. This exhausted the
aiames In the Jury-box and Judfre Morse
Issued a special venire of forty names,
returnable this morning at 10 o'clock.
Of the number examined yesterday only
one wah excused upon challenge made
"by District Attorney Elr-hnor. Attor
ney II. A. Smith, representing tho de
fendant, challenged fifteen for cause
nnd had three others excused on per
emptory challenge. The defense has
used Its fourth peremptory challengo,
while the State has used but one.
Tho following are the names of the
talesmen summoned for examination to
day : William M. O'Brien, Orlandor H.
Hnrdcastle. AVI 11 lam Bartllrig. Thomas
Carter, Rudolph Kundsen. O. B. Ostler,
"W, J. Silver, George Smithen, A. Mil
lard, William Lemon. Henry A. Patx
old Albert Fisher. Henry IT. Turner.
1 Henry llerbst, Richard G. Collett,
Frank T. Bailey. Robert Breunsback,
Thomas Gollghtly. "William J. Waynian,
j. Joseph Henry Cox. William C'.-Sneuce,
. Edward E. Miller. Georjre C. F. Sturm,
Solomon Sclgol. John W. Mackay, H. S.
Toung. William T. Knapton. Henry J.
Gold. William IT. Dale. Moroni H. Kim
ball. W. T. Ware. Charles 'OB. Angell,
David D. Lester. W. W. Kiddle, George
A. Ensign, Brlgham H. Stout, Warren
Foster, A. W. Carlson, Peter Klein, L.
i BRINGS SUIT FOR
DEEDS IN ESCROW
M.ntthew T. Glsborn jesterdny insti
tuted suit in the District court against
the Utah Commercial and Savings bank
and Joseph E. Caine, to secure posses
sion' of a deed to certain mining claims
placed In escrow with the defendants.
The party of the second part In tho
deed is the Pittsburg & Utah Gold, Sil
ver. Copper and Lead Mining company.
. It Is alleged that the mining company
u has failed to make a final payment of
SJ.4.000 mentioned in the agreement and
that the defendants hae refused to
deliver to the plaintiff the deed held by
them In escrow.
It Is asked that the plaintiff be ad
judged the owner o the deed and that
the defendants be perpetually en
joined from delivering the deed to tho
Pittsburg & Utah Mining company.
The property in controversy consists of j
y . twenty-ono claims In the Ophlr and
Rush valley mining districts.
IV -- --
Cases Set for Today.
DISTRICT COURT. -f
- Division No. 1-Judgc Hall.
-f- No selling. -
Division No. Z Judsc Stewart.
-r- No court. -f-tr
Division No. Z Judge Morse.
- State of Utah vs. J. M. Shockley.
-v- Division No. -1 Judge Lewis.
No court. -f-CITY
- Civil dlvlaion Judgo Tanner.
-f- 30 a. m. Drlscoll vs. Reuben.
i p. m. Nielsen vs. Smith.
. -- .
HI T. P. Stlffey brought suit In the DIs-
trlct court yesterday against William
P. Pratt, Lavlna Folsom and David
H Ostler, to quiet title to a tract of real
estate in lot 5, block 12-1. plat A.
j Guy Clark of Golden, Box Elder
county, made application in the Federal
court yesterday to be declared a volun
tary bankrupt. Clark's liabilities are
given at ?4301 and his assets at' .3.
William W. Whitcher charges his
wife, Bertha Whitcher, with desertion
In a complaint for divorce filed in the
District court yesterday. The couple
Hi were married at Florence, Colo., April
In the District court yesterday suit
was filed by James Storey against Al
bert W. Davis et al to recover datn
HH ages for 50065 alleged to have been sus
Hl talned by water overflowing from
ditches of the defendant.
Foreclosure suit was filed in the Dls
trict court yesterday by John W. Far
roll against Edward Blake and Ellen
Strlckley to recover 5327.25 alleged to
be due for labor and material furnished
by the plaintiff to defendants.
The American Smelting and Refining
company Is mado defendant In an ac
tlon for damage In the sum of J1335,
brought by Reuben Snedaker In the
DlHtriot court yesterday. The plaintiff
claims damages lor the above amount
PH for the alleged destruction of his pay-
H tures and crops by the noxious and pol-
S- sonouc fumes emitted by the operation
of the defendant's smelter near Mur-Tay'
I OPEN TOWN PARTY
I WINS AT WEISER
IH Special to The Tribune.
H WEISER, Ida., April 5. The most
HI exciting election In the history of the
H v city closed this evening. Six hundred
H votes were cast. Following Is the re
Bj suit; Mayor, E. A. Van Slcklln; Clerk,
H S. IT. Travis; Treasurer, P. H. 13. Moul-
Hl ton; Engineei, D, A. Utter; Councll-
Hl men, First ward, J. A. McCune; Second
H ward, T. C. Callaway; Third ward, T.
Majorities for candidates over whom
theru was a contest: Van Sicklln, 142;
H for Councilman Second ward, T. C.
Hj Gallaway, 11: Third ward, T. P. Wood
cock, 23. The women took a leading
part In tho election and held the bal
JHu nnce of power. The contest was waged
S-aV. i by tho Progressive Citizens against tho
.rSfC reform or "closed" town partisans and
'-JJ resulted in a victory for the reformers.
ili'J Bf a" lho lhe m Vo'J Hattl AI'WJS
DEMOCRATS LOCK '
HORNS OVER NEGRO
Legislative Attempt to Disfranchise
Black Voters of Delaware Blocked
by Governor Warfield.
Special to The Tribune.
BALTIMORE. Md.. April S.-flans
afoot in Maryland for disfranchis
ing the negro seem to have suffered
a Bcrlous check. A Democratic Le
gislature and a Democratic Gov
ernor have locked horns over ihe submis
sion to tho voters of the suffrage amend
ment to the constitution recently rushed
through tho Legislative branch at Anna
polls. Tho proposed amondmcnt borrows
tho Mississippi "understanding" test and
compels an applicant for rcgifitratlon to
read or "construe Intelligently" when
reiul. to him any given section of tho
State constitution. Jt exempts fron tho
application of this test an person, or
tho lineal male descendant otherwise
qualified of any person, competent to ex
ercise tho right of suffrage under the laws
of Maryland prior to January l, liS.
Under the constitution and laws of
Maryland prior lev January 3, 1S5S. only
"white" citizens of the United States
could vote; and, In creating two clashes
of exempts from the general Illiteracy
to8t, tho proposed amendment openly re
enacts restrictions on tho suffrage which
it was the 'xprns8 purposo of the Fif
teenth amendment to the Federal Consti
tution to sweep awoy.
Tho Governor of Maryland, Edwin War
field, a Democrat of Independence and
charactor, strongly oppor-es tho submis
sion of a suffrago amendment so plainly
rcougnant to the highest Federal law. He
favors a restriction of lho rldht to voto
which will effectually ahut out tho negro
without disfranchising him on tho solo
ground of color and race. He would Im
post1 a property ns well 'us a literacy
qualification, and would give every citi
zen of Mao land, whatever his color, an
equal chance before tho amended law.
Ilf1 would discard tho humbug and let tho.
Illilorato whites as well as Illiterate
blacks work out their own salvation.
The Legislature condemns the Govern
or's project as too liberal and as the Gov
ernor cannot ovorrldo a three-fifths Demo
cratic majority In ich house, there Is a
deadlock. The party leaders groatly
dread Invltlnc a clash with him, which
will uncover th selfishness of their poli
The Governor holds that any bill pro
poslng a constitutional amendment must
be submitted to him for vrto or approval.
Thn legislature rofusen to give hhn a
chance to pass on Its schemo of suffrage
tinkering and holds that tho amondmcnt It
suggested must bo subnltted to the voters
without executive Intervention. The Gov
ernor has communicated to the Legisla
ture hip disapproval of th stiff rago
amendment bill, but the legislature will
not allow his misag to bo read. The
Fltuatlon I? confusing. It gives some
ground for believing rlther that the pro
posed amendment will fall entirely, or
that out of it will come some honest and
bona llde measure of suffrage restriction.
Murder Mystery Solved After Ten
. Years, nnd Innocent Persons
Had Been Convicted.
Special Cablo to The Tribune.
VIENNA, April 5. An absorbingly
dramatic story was unfolded at iho
.trial, which terminated today, of a
man named Kaufmann, accused by
his own daughter of a murder com
mitted ten years ago.
Tho victim of the crime was a shop
keeper, who had been robbed of a large
sum of money and was brutally hacked to
To the Identity of the murderer there
was absolutely no clue, but Kaufmann,
frightened by the close Investigation, ac
cused a fellow townsman named Gen
slnger. the lattcr's wife, and on cx-soldler
named Nagel of having committed lho
lie aided tho police Jn weaving an astan
islilng web of circumstantial evldcnco
around these three, and In tho end the
woman and the ex-soldler. between whom
tnero had been an Intrlguo, were found
guilty and sentenced to death, Genslncer
On appeaJ, tho death sentence was re
mitted. Nagel died a few years later In
priBon, where the woman, continually
protesting her Innocence, was rapidly loa
ms her reason.
To this tragedy of Justice miscarried
there came a few weeks ago an astound
Kaufniann's wlfo, turning out a loft in
their house, came across nomo property
which she recognized as having belonged
to tho murdered shopkeeper. Sho con
fronted nor. husband with It. and eventu
ally ho confessed that ho was th mur
dorer. They agreed to keen tho secret, but
tholr conversation had been overheard by
tholr daughter, and. tortured by tho
thought that an Innocent voman was
consigned to a living death In Jail, and
that ono life had already been sacrificed
for hor father's crime, alio went to the
There was a tf-rrlble scone In court
whon the daughter a tall, handsome girl
of 20-r-told her story to the public prose
cutor. Kaufmann, with callous unconcern, told
the Judso that he went to church beforo
killing hla victim and prayed that his
crime might bo successful and that its
author might not lo discovered.
lie was Ecntoncod to twenty years' Imprisonment.
MAKES HIS REPORT
City Treasurer Fisher S. Harris yes
terday filed his report for tho month of.
March with the City Auditor. Tho re
port shows the condition of the city's
fln&nccs to bo as follows:
Balance on hand March 1st J I,130.93
Receipts for tho month H5.019.1S
Total receipts SHt.OoO.ll
Disbursements for month -U.Gol.frS
BiUanco on hand April 1st 5102,430.03
This balance la distributed among tho
various funds as follows:
Contingent fund 515.153J11
Irrigation and water supply 051.01
Streets and sidewalks 07 t'l
Sewcra and drains S.J26.W
Water-meter account fl.71S.W
Public library fund , 7.221. CO
Bond fund 5,000.000
Special fund liO.JM.GO
WASHINGTON. April 3,-Orders have
been lasucd for the trial by court-martial
of Copt. Anion H. Martin, Fourteenth In
untry, stationed at Mnnllu, on the charge
of having duplicated his pay accounts.
JEFFERSON CITT. Mo., April 5. Four
convicts at the penitentiary todav at
tempted to escape by holding up the
guard with revolver)". They wore forced
to Hurronder and whon neorchod several
r.tlclts of dynamite were found In their
WALPOLE. MafH.. April 3. Fire today
destroyed the paper mill of the Ilolllngfi
worth & A'ose company In JSaat Walpolc.
, Loss SWO.OOCk
A SLIP, A FALL
Dnn Cupid Plays Pranks and Two
Hearts Now Bent As
Special to The Tribune.
NEW YORK. April 5. A sprained ankle,
a chivalrous young engineer and a brief
courtship ending In an elopement all fig
ure In ono prutly little romance In Brook
lyn. It became known yestorday through
the Insistence of Uncle Sam In sending
tho young bridegroom to work In tho
Tho principals are Frances Smith Weir,
nineteen years old, and oxtrcmcly pretty,
and her husband of two months, Richard
J. Wclr. Mo Is th son of a well-known
superannuated Bohioii clergyman. Young
Mr. Weir Is an electrical engineer In tho
en ploy of thi! United States Government
Seated In tho parlor of her. parents'
home at No. 221 Union strcoi. with her
hand In that of her husband, young Mrs.
Wclr told last night of her romantic inar
rlnge. "It's true I met my hutsbend In a most
singular way," said the young bride.
"Last Christmas Kvo I was walking
along Broadway near Wall street when
I slipped on tho Icy oldowalk. While try
ing to get to my feet I felt a strong
grasp on my arm and saw Richard of
course, I didn't know him then standing
over mo. lie helped ino to my feot and
soolng I was rather lame offered to sco
mo lo my homo.
"When we reached my homo, mother
would havo It that Richard stay for din
ner. "Afterward wo corresponded, and ono
night while we were on tho way to the
theater, ho proposed that we get mar
ried. Wo loved nch othrr, and I ,asscnled.
Wo wnt to the Little Church Around
tho Corner, In East Twenty-ninth street,
where wo were murrlcd by tho Rov. Mr.
"Mamma enly knew our secret. If tho
Government officials had not been so
mean as to sond Richard to tho Philip
pines no one elao would havo known It
until this spring."
Sadie Florence Smith, an older sister
of Mrs. Weir's, on Christmas Eve. K02.
met William A, Cusack nnd eloped with
hhn on February 1, 1P03, exactly one year
before that of Mr. and Mrs. Weir.
GRANDSON OF GENERAL
GRANT TO MARRY
PAltiS. April 5. The civil ceremony oi
tho mnrrlago of Capt. Algcron Sartorls,
grandson of lho lato Gen. Grant, to Mllo.
Gernutlno Cecllo Noufllard. a niece of
Charles K. Halle, the orilst. director of
tho New Gallery. Mndon will take place
April 25th, and tho religious ceremony
April 27th. In the church of St. Honor
d'Eylau. The witnesses for the bride In
clude Mr. Hallo. The groom's witnesses
will bo the Marquis do L'Algle and MnJ.
T. Bcntley Molt, the United States mili
tary attache. Among the bridesmaids
will b- Miss LUlle. an American girl who
recently made her debut at the Grand
opera. Tho bride Is a granddaughter of
Sir John Halle, of England, whose estate
Joined the Sartorls estate.
MAIL ORDER MAN COMES
TO GRIEF IN CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, O.. April 5. Tho United
SUite3 Circuit Court of Appeals today
affirmed the decision of District Judge
Thompson In sentencing W. V. O'Ifnra
a year ago to thirteen months' Imprison
ment on tho charge of using the malls
for fraudulent purposes.
O'Hnra formerly did an extensive busl
nesn here as a turf eoniiiilsalonor. Ho
baa been In the West pendlnK his appeal
and was given thirty days In which to
appear. This sentence Is for one letter
only and the postal authorities havo
many otlior letters like It under which
additional prosecutions may bo aiado.
13V E RETT, Wash., April 3.-A plot to
dynamlto tho quarters of the Japanese em
ployees of tho Muklltco mill wo discov
ered and frustrated last nlghL
For Home tlmo past the fueling against
the Japanese has been very bitter, or
ganized white labor opposing them very
Threats were made to drive the Japa
nese away from this loialltv .inl it Is
believed that the diiamlte plot v us part
of a plan to accomplish this purpose.
O'SuIlivan's lAffl Mf&
Got to Make WJ U f f
the Best Heals. WW 2 8 1 B
Here's the situation In a nutshell, a."
between O'Sulllvan Rubber Heels and
others: O'Sulllvan has put a vast cap
ital Into his business. He has made
"O'Sulllvan's Rubber Heel" known
from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
H Has Spent
To keep this reputation his heels must
be all ho claims for them. They must
have life and spring and make walk
ing easy. They mutt Inst long and
prove economical. They must be so
good that everybody using them once
will always say to the denier, "I want
O'Sulllvan's Heels, and I don't want
any others." O'Sulllvan's reputation is
too valuable to trifle with.
He Can! Afford to
Make Poor Heels.
If your dealer can't supply you send Kg
for samplo lo O'Sulllvan Rubber Co.,
FOR WOMEN J
ONCE I HAD A HUSBAND
Little six-year-old nialdotia will tell vou
all about It ut the concert for the BEN
EFIT OF MRS. CHARLES A. SMITH,
Salt Lake Theater, Monday evening,
STMlHWoxes a Y ear,
W 0gSSfj THE FAMILY'S PAVORJTE MEEICINE
II BEST FOR THE BOWELS jj
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
Men's Pore j
Worsted Sidis, j
I Excellent Values.
G1-G3-65 MAIN STREET.
I Phone 65 if your I
clock needs atten-
lion or you wish
the correct time. I
fiALT lake, errri
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
Dclicato enough, for tlio softest
skin, and yet efllcnclous in romovlng J
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the hath gives all the
desirable after-effects of a Tarkish
hath. It should ho on every -wash-stand.
ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
12 styles ladies' oxfoi'ds and 3
strnp sandals, in vi-ji kid, mat kid
and patent kid, up 'co $5.00 values.
238 and 240 Main st. 'Phono 695
MODERN SCIENTIFIC DENTISTRY.
Our reputation Is nindo by hlgh-clasH
work, nnd not n3 a majority of dentists
do bv hlph prices Wo linvo ono price for
a!l'. HERE ARE OUR PRICES:
Verv best net of teeth ".CO
Crown and bridge work, per tooth J5.0O
Gold IHIInjfH $1.00 and up
Very best other linings .75 centH
W'K POSITIVELY DO AS YVT3
So matter what you pay you cannot pot
moro artistic or higher class work. Bear
in mind each and every department In In
charge of a tried and experienced npo-
clallSALL work' guaranteed.
Teeth Extracted Positively 'Without Pain
or Danger or No Pay.
UNION DENTAL COMPANY
L. J. DULL, Manager.
21S South Main Strec-t, Salt Lake.
Wo oceupv the entire floor over Hamil
ton p, opposite Kcnyon Hotel. Telephone,
Can be bought at nny dealer
in medicines. a
Joo Bowcra Mining company, principal
place of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice There are delinquent upon the
following-described etock, on account of
assessment levied on the 23rd day of Jan
uary, 1W1, tho sovcral amounts net oppo
site the names of tho respective share
holders, as follows:
cert. Name. No. shares. Amt.
2SC J. H. Stalling 1000 tf.OO
413 John llogan MV) 2. 50
123-J. W. Hatuold H 2.50
4M Ralph Guthrie J.O0
R23 R. a. Key es Uf) 2X0
513-J. J. Bamberger V.h 2.W
5511 T. G. Morse 200 l.M
630 Jackson & Morse 1S3 -OIVj
7K5-B. F. Gwllllam 2C0 100
j SlS-J. H. Bean SCO 1.C0
I EM-M. Kelley 103 5JX
1W T. R. Jonea , UO 2.50
1130 J. TV. Stewart 1000 -COO
II IT E. E. Darling ECO 2.50
1153 E. D. "Wlckons Kfl 2. CO
1205 E. 1 1. Alrls MO 2.50
121S J. A. Pollock KO 2.50
1315 Irvine & Mason W .48
1320 E. II. Alrls 04 2.52
1332-Ralph Guthrie 9 .MA
U18 B. F. Gwllllam 3 .MA
1'21-J. JI. Bean It .07
HCS-E. B. Wlchcns 21 .12
11&2 Frank Moore 500 1.50
H0J Frank Moore 6C0 . 2.50
I lCh C. A. Graoher 1000 5.00
1535 Geo. T'. Hclnts 1000 5. CO
Geo. W. Hclntz.. 10CO 5.00
1537 Geo. W, Ilelntr. 10 5.(0
15K Ooo. W. Holnt7. W0 2.50
, 1541 Geo. W. llelntz 141 .72
1 16C2-Chas. Nles MO 2.50
1. rl-S. M. Warmbach 5W 2.50
1723 W. A. Leo 1000 5.C-0
1751 T. R. Jones 500 2.50
1753-E. J. WI113 UjO 2 50
1S01 Mllc.2d M. Burnham.. lt-00 P. 00
1S29 W. IT. Irvine & Co SfO 2.50
1S31-W. P. Lynn 500 2.50
M. Miller Ift'O .B.'O
152-1 Hudson -Sons & Co 10CO 5.00
1SSS Frank Mooro 10CO 5.00
113.V-J. A. Brown 1000 P. 00
lSu Frank D. Mojrc 1000 5.00
l IWii-Frsmk D. Moore 1000 P. ft)
UUO-Loopold L. Goldberg... 1000 P. 00
1011 Nettlo Payne 1C 5.00
113 Frank Mooro 50) 2.50
101P .Inn. V. Conllsk 1000 P.OO
1&1C Jas. W. Conllsk 500 2.50
1017 Jan. YV. Conllsk CJX) 2.50
1020 Chas. T. Burnliam 0100 25.00
1037-D. H. Peerv. Jr 600 2.50
200ii-Fred L. Neville &W 2.50
i 2010 R. E. Waterman 500 2.50
I 202S T. R. Jones 10M S.CO
2020 T. R. Jones 1000 G.00
2055 R. L. Colburn 1000 5.00
200-J-Mattle E. Edwards 1000 5.00
2CG3 J. B. Evano 10- 5.00
2073 H. S. Joseilh 1000 5.00
077 J. C. Shorten ...v EM 2.60
21S3 Hudson Sons ft Co 1000 5.00
21S7-Hudson Sons & Co 1000 6.0)
' 20S Hudson Sona & Co 1000 5.00
2i30 Hudson Sons & Co 1000 5.00
2002 II. Bamberger 1000 6.00
2009-C. M Sorcnson 0) 10.00
2102 Mrs. E. S. Cartwrlght.. 5C-) 2.50
2107 Jullu3 Meyers 2000 0.
2114 M. S. Pendorgast 291 1.45Vi
2i:-I E. N. Jenkins 821 1.60(t
21S7-R. L. Colburn 100) G.CO
2190 Dr. Sam!. L. Brick.... 30 10.00
2204 J. D. Carnahan 2000 10.M
2211 Hudson Sons & Co 100) P.OO
2231-S. M. TViu-nibath 1000 60
2235-J. W. Skinner COO 2 60
2210 .1. B. Evans IttSO o.OO
2211 J. B. Evnna 1000 R.00
22t2 J. U. Evans 1000 5.00
2213 J. B. Evans 1CD0 P.OO
2244-J. B. Evans 1000 5.00
2215 J. B. Evans 9 .01V,
22 G J. B. Evans 1000 5.M
Mil Harriett vi Langley 1000 G.CO
232C W. B. Putnam 500 -2.50
2331 J. L. ShceLs 1000 6.00
2335-F. D. Hlsplnbothnrn. Jr 1000 5.0O
2KB T. R. Jones KO0 6.0)
2S37 T. R. Jones 100) P.OO
2341V J. S. Forrls 1000 6.00
23JS Hudson Sons & Co 1000 P.OO
23-19 Sheets & Thompson.... 1000 5.00
2350 Barnett & Lnngley 1000 5.00
23CI Julius Haupt 1000 5.00
22G2 Julius Haupt 1000 6.0)
23T3 Julius Haupt 260 1.30
2vVv' Hudson Sons & Co KG 2.50
ms A. S. Campbell TM 2.50
2390 A, Haimuer, Jr 700 3.50
2427 W. J. Browning 1000 5.00
242S W. J. Browning 100O P.OO
2132 W. J. Browning 1009 6.C0
243T W. J. Browning 1000 . 5.00
;3-vV. J. Browning 10CO 1 5.00
2415 W. J. Browning 1009 6.C0
2440 ,T. W. Foete 3f.oo 5 m
S-i iv W. J. Browning 10M 5.00
2IG1 M. M. Miller 1000 6.C0
2474 Julius Haupt 200 1.09
2175-J. Huff 10) 1.00
2V23 Ed. Mollnger 750 3.73
2 Si 05. M. "Vest.... 10CO .'..0-0
2531 E. M. West.. 1000 6.0)
2. VJ2 H. M. "West..., 10CO 6.0-)
C;HT5 M. Wesr.i,, lfOO' 6.0)
2S4S N. DucrdCD 271 1.S7
2550 C. F. Warren 3S0 i.oo
2500 W. J. Browning 1000 6.0)
191W. J. Browning 1C0 C.Oi)
2502 W. J. Browning 1000 6.C0
2533 W J. Browning 1000 5.00
2:iiW.' J. Browning 1009 5.00
2595 W. J. Browning- 1C00 6.Cfl
59.-j W. J. Drowning 1C00 5.0)
2607 W. J. Browning 100) 6.0o
25fy3W J. Browning 1003 6. Co
2C-01 "W J Browning 1009. 5. CO
iW F. M. West 1000 G.CO
'003 E M. West 1009 E.ro
2WM-E. M. West 100) 5.00
2C0S- . M. West 1C00 6. 00
2COV-. M. Vet 1000 6.00
zeo' -i:. m. West iooo 5.0)
28C8-E. M. West 1000 5.00
2000 E. M. West 1C09 G.OO
S M. PendergKBt ltCO 6.0)
"021 3 M. Pondergast 1000 ' 6.00
C25-S' M. Pondergast 1001 C.CO
202C-S M. Pondergast 10M 6.00
$lj F. Peor 100) 6.00
'fie5 J L. Sheeta 10M 6.00
2C70-J L. Sheets 10O) 6.00
2C71-J U Shoots 1000 5.0)
CC72J L. Shoe la 100) 5.00
73 f. L. Sheets .-.. 1000 P.OO
'"671-J. L. Sheets 1000 5.00
2C75-J. L. Sheets 1000 6.CO
And In accordance with law and order I
of tho bonrd of directors, mado on the 23rd I
d&y of January. 1001, so many shares of !
oach nareel of such stock as may be neces
sary will bo sold at room 225 D. F. Walker !
building. Solt Lake City. Utah, on tho 20th :
day of March, 1901, at the hour of 2 o'clock i
n m . to pay delinquent assessment there
on together with tho cost of advertising 1
and expenses of tho sale. ;
B. T. BURTON. Jr.. Socrolary.
1771 Room 225 D. F. Walker Building. :
At a meeting of tho bon-d of directors of I
the Joo Bowers Mining Co.. held this CCth
day of March. 1901. the above dato of
sale of delinquent stock Is hereby post
poned until Monday the lllh day of April, !
1001 at the same houi ni.d plact
R. T. BURTON. JR.. Secretary.
Room 22.") D. F. Walker building. r377 j
i; 230 MAIN STREET.
Has Opened. . 2 i
ex Open day a:d night Tel. 901-T.
X Tray Ordr-ra Solicited. !f
J OHN BUCKLE & SON,
236 SO. MAIN ST. -P.
Q. Bos; 83, Snlt Laiso .City.,
I ESTABLISHED 1 I I
I ONE. PRICE. TO ALL NEVERNDERSOLD 1; I
I Knit Underwear J I
I For Spring and Summer, I
At no other time or place during this season will you be able to secure I
fcj underwear of equal cjuallty at thcs?a exceptionally low prices. j '
M I '
" Ladies' white Jersey ribbed vcstH Ladles' extra quality fine Jersey H '
jl ith high neck and lonj? ribbed high neck vestp. with i !:
1 S'k long or short sleeves and knee S (
35c qualities, on 7g or ankle length pnnts to match, M 'lM
tj sale at -Dr all sizes, regular Tier grades, B
1 Ladles' low neck sleeveless line on mo ' . K
S Jersey ribbed vests. In white at 59r S
Q only with cotton loop trimmed
tape drawn neck and armholcs, Ladies' low neck, sleeveless vests S :
a all sizes, Oe quality irk in laco tr,rnnie(1 01 Plat", best Kj
ij cut to, each 2c qualities, on roL (t ES '
3 L-idletf sleeveless silk vests In talent tx,72lr H 1
-white, pink and blue, a splendid n j.
q 75c grale. on sale. rzcf Ladles extra quality low neok, ffl
H nil sizes at OVr slccvclera vests, all sizes, the H
9 Children's extra, quality Harvard best .15c radc, ((t m '
3 make Jersey rlbber underwear, 011 sale at - lyr h iH
q vests In high neck with long or H 'H
S short sleeves, with ankle or Ladles' line lisle thread union. 4 H
y knee length pants to match. In suits, high neck and lonrc &
y sizes 1 to G. Size 1 worth -10c. sleeves, ankle or knee lengths, S
:;" On sale t-(f all sizes, best ?1 qualities, go m 'H
y at -Or on sale this f(it S
ty Sc rise on each size. week at uyr SB iH
1 We Are Showing I I
I THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF SUITS AND TOPCOATS in. the R
city of the Famous HIRSH, WICKWIRE & CO. make. This name
k is s-ynonymous of tho Best Fitting1, Best Quality, Best Workroom- m H
R ship. OUR, PRICES you -will find on investigation from S2.50 to gj
P $5.00 less than elsewhere. j
I Yours, Anxious to Please, w ;
j R.OWE p KELLY CO., I I
f I One Prica 132 Main St. Plain Figures j I
j fSi CONFERENCE SPECIALS. SSSSa I 1 1
"We have placed our entire slock at special Conference Prices. Here S JH
3 are a few of oVr Specials for this week: B BH
Diamond ring?, up to 520.00: this week, only 510. 00 9 iH
Watches, up to 52.25: this week only i.2;l iH
i riocky, eight-day, up to $10.00; this week only 5.00
Alarm CIocks. up to 51.25; this week only .S5 1 ' jlll
A Silver T Sci-i, yp to $12.50; th's week only R.7.1
S Rogers JCnives and Forks, up to S5.00; this" -week only .1,7S 9 '
' TTmbrcIIas, up to ?.50; this week only r.00 ; iH
' Handbags, up to 52.25; this week only l.oo
I M. & N. LICHTEN5TEIN M
DIAMOND MERCHANTS ,
211 MAIN. OPP. KENYOX. j I H
lilANUFACTURJNG JIAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXPERT ' H
JEWELERS. ATTENDED TO OPTICIANS.
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Do sure your euro Is
lLorousii. Not- udo of
our pailonU has tivor
h:il u rolnpe .irtor
be I UK (tlM;UiiroU us
ciiru.l. nnd uk cito In
laKi tlmo than thu ur
illnur.v form of ueat
Specific Blood Poison.
No ilnnjzerous minerals
lu dilvo lliu virus 10
tliu Inlorlor. but liorm
romedlca, tlot remove
lho liul jiolsonoub
WE TREAT AND CURE
CATAKIllI DcafnrMs. Now ami Throat
l'roublcy. Kyoaml Knr Dlseasef, ItroncUl.il
i ml Ltuur Trouble. Alhmu. Slomaeli. I.lv
.rantl KUIncy UIeuoii. ISIaildjr Troubles,
h'umtilo Couiplalnts, Cbronlo UImtuscs of
IVoiuon nnd Chllilron, Huarl JMsenM?. Ncr
rou t)leascs, Cborua. (Sr, Vitus' Dunce).
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clulloa ami ltbouuiutlsiu. DLsouiv) of tlii
llowolfl. lllus. Fistula and Heoln.1 Troubles
."oltro lor blk' nuclei, llloel Ulbcasci, Tapo
Worm. Hay Fever' Hysteria. Kpilcpsy. ln
oninla. ole , and ull Nervous, l'rlvato unil
.biunlc DUcasos. CoiiMittntlou Free.
In all private diseases ol rr.on, to show our
0oil faith and skill, we are a'v.ajj willing lo
itait lor ou lee until a cure Is effected.
So called Weakness" in oipn Ik morely
u M'uiptoin of cbronlo liillainmatlon In ;
lho iirostalu Klund, brought ou by early I
illflpatlou or by I bo improper tro.it-.,
uient of sotuu contracieU 0leaM). A
complete nnd radical euro l.v tlierefoie.
n question of rcidorlnB tho vrolaio -Klnnd
lo lit uorinul bluic, ai:rt tbU vto
necomplish promptly sisid oomploiely I
ulthont ilio iiie of Internal rvmedlas. I
Our tii'Qtineiil Is (i local ono entirely.
II Is orlKlnnt mid Mloalltlo. nnd ban ;
been proven ah-olntcly olTectlve by
thoutAudsof tobU, Wo nre convinced
that by no other raolhods enn full nud
purmuiicnt rnitoratlon of strength and
vlcor bo uecoropllsbed.
Absolutoly painless if Ii
irentrnout tuat cure IK- IH.
completely. In to Ml- f i l&
Kale our method. It ? M
Ik the only thoroughly S.tM
scleutllle treuluieni for 11
this lUieaso belDC em-
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AVciUivess, etc., uro HHHHJ
also iiuiou; tho dl. Il
sens oa svo euro to
HOmE CURES BY VAIL.
Wo raatn n specialty of cm Ins patients by malt Wo havu cured tbouiauds vrbo havo H
nnvoPAeenuM personally. If you are ni'JIctod nnd cnunot c-.ill, write uk for nd,vlce and free bjwp- B pHBI
lomljlnuks nnd vo nil! ladly.advlsoyou reuunllni" yourcaso. rreoof chorifo.
Oilleo Hour- Si a ru. lo 5 p.m.; KtouIurb, to 5; Sunduys and Holidays, 10 a. m. to H.
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 6GgciS:Utah. j
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