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Ifappenlngs of a ' Day in Utah
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KM TKIBTnTO BBANOH OFITCOE,
K . use Wwhtngton Ave., Telephone Ml J
If PICKPOCKET GETS $420
' FROM SOUTH DAKOTAN
' cnfJal to The Trlbuno.
i OGDBN. April 20.-D. K. Burton a
W MurJet from Aberdeen, South Dakota,
ft ?i reported to the police that hla
IK Xls were picked of $120 at the
"ftlon station this morning. The trick
.M turned while the man was still on
h9 train and there Is no clue to the
Ttv-o damage suits against the South
m pacific were nettled this afternoon.
He first was that of W. P. Readon,
.hn BUCd for $1000 and compromised
,r t50 Tho aecond was that of J. A.
lutlcr, 'who (sued for $500 and accepted
The opening gamo of the Utah-Wyo-jlnc
Vairuo takes place at Glenwood
tomorrow afternoon between Ev
asion and Ogden. the game to begin
t 3.30 sharp. A good game Is looked
r as both towns have good teams,
ho line-up follows:
hiketts ss Mason
Seenwell c Harris
huno 20 Bailey
tt 1st b Goodman
ortensen 1. 1. Cramm
plllman r. f . Blackman
luri. c. f Allard
aylor. Bhurtllff. Tann
Pinion Sallerneld was convicted In
tollce court yesterday of malicious
ils'hief. Stilterfleld is tho man who
brew a rock through a window of an
igdn & Northwestern train near
forth Oirdcn some days ago. Balter
eld was fined $10.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Spencer and son
4 tfhave cono to Idaho on a visit.
h I ' '
:k 4 James Collins today attempted to es
ftapa from the stockade at the city JaJL
Collins la serving a ninety-day sen-
; twee and this Is his second attempt to
lit trail: Jail. He was captured before ho
l i got ono hundred feet from the jail.
J I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Williams of Em-
'irj' are In town on a visit
f i i T, C. Foley Is out again aftor a Be
11 J The order of American Boy club,
Jchapcroncd by Mrs. J. W. Hall, gavo
ijK aortal party In honor of their es-
Itemed captain, Arch J. Hall, lu the
llThomas lecture hall. Mr. Hall Is an
ii ioperator for the Southern Paclflo com
ipany and Is stationed at Mills City,
i fa'cr. He Is home on a short vacation,
re JxtiurnlDg May 4tli. An orchestra was
i Jlo attendance. Games were Indulged
7 Tin till a late hour, when an elaborate
OBRldncheon was served. Mr. Hall spoke
IBpn club work. Thoso present were:
. JW3Irs. J. W. Hall, tho Misses Besslo
iPBoyle, Nellie Hunt, Blanche Lancing,
H jB;Jaua Lancing, Goldlo Fell, R. Blel, H.
t rliTevltt. E. Newey. G. Nelson. Lllllo
imi;ickett, Maud Rackham, Pannle Hall,
1 iHvCra "Waldron, Blanch Bingham, Agnea
IfjbiLtind, A. Murdock; Messrs. A. J. Hall,
TlB.Walter Thompson, Will Light, E.
ttUwBrown. Ernest Llndqulst, Jim Ford, A.
s 'Anderson, "W. Emmelt, Albert Olsen,
J)2,j 'Albert Stevens, Roy Olsen, Fred Hotel
: tag, George Llndsey, TP. Echeart,
J vGiorge Hindloy, A. L. Stalling, Lau
HJ nnce Maloy, J. P. Hall, Thomas Led
IV mrd, Jim Herrlck, Charley Hall, Lau
3 i "rence Greenwall.
f n!n f"BOn'a lanc ,a team belonging to
L 'j ipan McFarland ran away, dumping
i ynsDn and all Into a ditch. McFarland
f Job Eerlously hurt
1 S. Donaldson today brought suit
Ua lajalnst GllmarUn & Zltzman for the
UV win of 1507.50 for violation of contract.
. ?pe complaint allcre3 that defendants
Lj-H "Iwed into a contract with tho plaln-
III' for the boarding of forty men. but
'j w to keep tho contract. F. D.
I fhn' '9 Plalntia's attorney.
flv (The Utah Independent Telephone
, i sampany today began work laying its
j wndolts on Twenty-fourth ntreeL
hnS Pftn mnttivtA In firrAnn nf
-lllft.?.ea,th of Thomas Jack at New
lypwtUU, Scotland, in a coal mine. . He
y resldci3 1,1 Ogdcn.
nllKVa Dr' J- Lesley Hill will give his
rJon Brains" at the First Metho
i church next Monday evening. He
ifll tMftthodstnhe m0Bt eloquent oratora
$k tflfe,T'.H We3ley Hill, formerly of Off
J lVK, i 1 occuPy the pulpit at the First
A ,K Ist church tomorrow morning.
nU,mfw0ii.man naI Stewart died sud
'Kii Prf,day at Plai113 City. He was
Kvl ie lD the flld hn seized with
lmP0,R of apoplexy. He lay there in
Ml arly all day before ha was
tJT:0Ter&c and died shortly, afterward.
JjJBI?6 A- Graves has Issued a. call
IHl V?Ctlns 10 bo held at th& city
.HBn4?ify everJnf? for the purpose
1 llm v?ii ln5 Infantry company of
lllr National Guard.
JBtth50? ad a narrow escape from
mSti ni?ht at th rner of Twen
JifcSr1 P17"1 and Lincoln avenue. The
rdriv?COmpany 'vlth c- A- Nelson,
i?ff.iown L,ncln avenue, when
JBf lli,lnt0 dltch of the new etrcet
tML ri.: No llBht3 werc burning at
NflPBrj ix !l trtLCte to waa-n trJtv-'
fcwM raUB nocldng tho
(tl K we13 10080 frora the butary-box
f u W the, triage. Tho
1 I K tothn'lly dem?"Bhed. but, luck-
.0RLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
'TfXo Vto?nvar & Bio Grande,
' 'A nrttlnBo V0 acn direction.
?M Pto, h', oilman and tour
WL chSclnhuSh to st. Louis wlth-
U. & E. COPPER COMPANY
LOSES $3000 DAMAGE SUIT
Special to Tho Tribune.
MODBNA, Utah, April 30. Judge W. H.
King of Salt Laka City passed through
hero yesterday eh route north. He had
been attending court at St. G-eorce, whero
hp appeared as counsel for William Da
vis, who broujtht cilit against th4 Utah
and Eastern Copper coanpany for injurlds
Buutainod whllo In tho employ of that com
pany. Frank Plerco of Henderson Sc
Pierce of Bait Lako City was counool for
tho dofendanta. A verdict of $S0CO was
rcndcredvfor tho plaintiff.
Attornoy William F. Knox of Beaver
City will appear qs counsel for Thomas
Thorley at Parowan next week in his case
against W. J. McBurnoy and Dr. Grls
wold. Thorley .located the South Peak mi
ning clulm, which, it In alleged, was
Jumped and relocated na the Tip Top mi
B. N. Swartfl, local rcpreaontatlvo of tho
Ophlr Mining cbmpany at Statclln'e,
passed throuffh hei'o yesterday en roljte
north, Ho reported everything as pro
greselng nicely at Statellne, tho Johnnj'
mlno and mill being operated to their full
capacity and tho ore bodies responding
handsomely. Tho facilities for handling
tho surplui wator from tho Johnny nilno
ara tnxed to tho utmost, but a steady run
in oros Is maintained. He 6aia that work
on the Gqld Haven-Croole property Is en
ergetically pushed by W. H. Webber, who
is showing up Bome good looking gold ore.
The "Big 11" of Statellne, owned by a
numbor of Cedar City residents, has been
leased to J. M. Brickaon, who is develop
in thd property ln a moilerato way.
Flattering reports contlnuo from Fay,
Nov., pertaining to tho development of the
Snowflako and Buck mlneo. The rich br
struck ln these properties is holding up ln
Mrs. J. J. Bleak and family of St
George have departed for Rlgby, Ida.,
where Mr. Bleak had preceded her and
purchased a farm.
Peter Graves of Ephralm arrivod" hero
yesterday to look over tho wool situation.
IIo may purchase a carload. He saya tho
wool is dirtier than last year, but of a
better quality. The shearing so far has
been delayed by unfavorable weather.
About 1CO.000 pounds havo been shorn so
SOARING THE BOSSES.
THEY CHANGE TACTICS.
Special Correspondence to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, April 8. Matters politically In
this neck of tho woods elnco your corre
spondent gave a little of the nows from
Provo seems to have been given a genu
ine boom. First It wan said that the fel
low who wrote that "Stuff" was s'omo ono
who was a writer, noxt wo havo it ln tho
"Oriran" that It was a miserable screed,
and an attempt mado to pick tho articlo
to pieces because of lis "bad grammar,"
eto. Next they had your correspondent
in "a trap," oto. Too bad, la It not? Woll,
wait and seo and eorno ono will find out
"they havo beon caught la a trap," and
that, too, whllo they thought they wero
"catching somo ono olao,"
For the benefit of luo fellow who wrote
"Political Pointers," it Is enough at
present to eay to him as I said before,
"you aro barking up the wrong tree," and
at tho propor tlmo you will see that this
is a fact; but for tho presont If traps aro
to bo laid, othora dan do tho eamo thing.
But the writer will Just givo "Political
Pointer" a tip. Not a soul has accused
him olthor directly or Indirectly of being
tho author of tho articles signed "Repub
lican" from Provo, "Republican," has
"Jess laffed" to hear tho expressions
usod against "Republicans and Demo
crats" who it was thought might have
beon tho fojlow.
Several changes ln tho attitude of the
Ring, or as tho Enquirer chooses to call
them "Tho Bank Ring" have occurred
since rny last (O pleaao ojccuso me for this
expression). For inBtanca, ono of tho
well, say for Instance, tha "Editor"
thought It was a llttlo too strong after
he had ln "Glarlns Hcadunes" announced
the arrest of a certain young man for a
serious offense, to bo told by ono of tho
so-called "Bank Ring" that ho was mis
taken, that tho young man "Was not ar
rested," but that ho had simply jut cono
over and gave bonds! Sbadon f Caeuar!
Think of ltl It was more thart ho could
tolerate, and forgetting for tho time. It
seems that he was one of tho same clique,
or at least ho seems to bo Classed in tho
eamo way in quotation marks ropcatcd
the conversation, and it is said personally
told othora that "ho would like to know
why that young man was to b screened
any moro thin any ono elao." The young
man Is still at his old post, and people
are wondering what action will bo takon
"when Sonator Snioot comes homo."
At last It seemB that there has been
a difference of opinion between certain
members of tho ring mentioned, aa It in
now said that "Graham Is against Do
Molsoy." Tho truth is, eomo pcnplo aro
beginning to seo tho hand-writing on tho
wall, and aro trimming their sails ac
cordingly. Since the last primaries wero hold, and
Sheriff Harmon was given the "marble
heart" and told to stay at home (sup
posedly becuuso he had "Kearna" In
clinations), eomo strango things havo hap
pened, "Harmon is now a good follow"
and should receive a renomlnation, for his
good work. Good! that sounds liko tho
fellows ara bcglnn!ngxto learn that it is
bad politics to slap good Republicans for
no other reason than that eomo ono cays
this or says that, becauso they want to
creat troublo ln tho party.
In its "Political Pointers," tho defender
of the "Ring" states that Republican, Is
getting scared; In fact, a change of base
has been mado every day almost In tho
matter. Now, Republican is nolthor
cared nor is no liable to "got scared."
nothing to bo ncared about as ho stated in
"his last" he has been "eecirred" (if that
will suit) to give the newa politically from
Utah county, and will wheu occasion pre
sents Itself, givo tho news without fear or
"Political Pointers" eay3 that "Ropubl
can" has beon writing again and as usual
wronic becausa ho puts the postmaster in
tho civil service." Good aga-lnl I toko It
that this part of my letter you deny, tho
balanc you accopt na tho truth.
Judge Eooth has been absent for somo
time In Dlxlo, holding court. There is a
strong feolmg ln nnmo quartern that ho
wlU bo nominated for tho Supreme bench.
If this ocmira, several changes may bo
made In tho "Slate" now na4e, that
mleht make several young aspirant feci
mUoh better than they do at tho present
It Is nald that It haa "been decided"
that Eph Homer is to bo the next chair
man or tho county committed.
8vral croups of politicians havo been
li6ldlng diucTtisidona on the ntroats of lato,
some of which. If reports aro true, wero
quite animated. Brothers, let tho truth
bo told, and then "poaca will abide."
Tho rem ark b mado by some of tho peoplo
accused of bolng tho bonnes, that thero
must bo "leadors, romo ono mut tako the
load" 1b very truo, but do not do tho work
In suoh a bungling way; don't "Load things
all your own way;" It might suit tho pop
ple much better, and you may be moro
successful in tho futuro if you givo them
Aa to tho fact of their bolng a "ring,"
it is beyond queetion; It is generally no
ceptod hero as bolng the fact, and when
the word Is npoken every ono knows who
It means, and it has boon so a long tlmo,
1 On this point thero la nq dispute, It 1a
whlsporod. jfpw that our obunty chairman,
because of the doodltlons hofo, baa be'e.il
"slated" to tako tho Stata chairmanship of
the party. They say tK6 deal Is on to
mako "E. H. Calljatar" tho norqihea for
tho party, ho beiojf a Snioot man, and
that "DeMblsOy" Would mako an ideal
In the last (excuse the expression) issue
of tho organ here, "Pnlltlcal Pointers"
ravoo and rants, spd maltos tho statement
that Senator Smoot will bo homo ln a few
days, and Intimated that there will be
something doing. Thora ought to be. It
is to be hoped that thero will be, and that
some thlaea that aro giving tho party
troublo will be ''fbced up."
Tho statement la mado that "All this
fuss 1m beoauao tho kickers aro ICoacna
men," and that it is a "right on fteuutor
Smoot." This na one knaVa t too faloo,
bettor than live one when penned it. Thoro
Is no fight on Senator Smoot, Republicans
how, aa they aver wero, are wlllmg to
flcht for Senator Smoot, both at hom, or
anrwharo eli.o. He was our candidate;
no VJeetion was made to him by any one
hoVe, but wo wera a unit for him: wo aro
now, and will bo, much to the dlsoomfit
uro of coma of th mon wha are now under
false colors, trying to mako an impres
sion that thosro who aro waratnai tho
"rinsr" that if they taka matters tao far,
it means dafaai. It lp 4 g3arrnr; you
Cannot do It, gentlenjert; you cannot oaver
up the fact that you ar prrejf ta forca
soma things against the will of tho paopla,
you cannot mako ally tma Who JciiawB
anything about matter u. think that 6r one
moment it is bacauta taara uro any
Koarnt? man, or that U la a Keams mi;
6klno that la dleaatlsfteJ, Such silly Stuff
Is all nonsense, and cry as long or as loud
or you may, you cannot doaolvo tho "peoplo
with any such a cry.
Thoro Is na doslro on tho part of any ono
so far as expressions made in tho prcs
enco of "Republican" t oppero Senator
Smoot, or any one dso that will bo fair,
but thero is no use dlsgtrieine- tha fact,
that IViere l.i uneashW, dnraeU with a
good many Republicans. Tha reult of the
lost two rtoctiocs erivea a warning to i'e
fleatinr minds that we must claa up tho
political sRuarion If success is to bo as
riurtd, At tho last election it was tho
"Slogan" of the party workers Graham,
Pyne. Clove, ArmiUtead, Homnr, Spaf
for, Taylor, JJelfion, Dugdalo, ,5?oth and
all the rest of the workers "Wo must
elect tho tlcbetj It will be a slap in Rod s
faco to not elect tho tlckot; it will bo
thrown in hie teeth thpt his own city, in
the face oi his personal appaals was a
Democratic city, as soon as ho was elected
Senator." . . ,
"Don't do it," was the cry: "let's bo truo
to the party." It was worked for all it was
worth, and every ndeavar made to eavo
tho day, but all to no avail; tho voters,
wen quietly to tho polls, and said. Wts
will for onco fcorv natioo that we win
havo ho maahino methods ue4 here, and
this, too. ln nlte of the fact that pri
maiiQS had been held in tho usual farm
Men and womon liko a man who is not
afraid to atcert hla principles, and when
men aro taken, who havo novor tak,i a
part by whioh thor might bo Jndrcd,
Boinicalb, as has boon done, to bo the
etandd bearers of tho party, as was
askod at tho last clootion. they will ask
ojjaln "Why?" and tho answer will be ad
it wo then, Why?
What tho party wants is to got together,
and tho only wJy to do it, Is ta stop try
ing months brfonhand to uso rlny tac
tics, and machmo methods, to furthar tno
oariso of arty man. or any not of man. Go
to tho prWiarjofl untrcmmeled, and uso
youf bent Judrmerrt In celeoting men. and
not try and uce the machine methods that
have been triAd time and time again with
failure as tha reoult,
It is said that an effort is to bo mado to
shut out at tho primaries every one bub
pected of having any Toolings against the
maohlno Put thorn out, and ct them
stay at homo. If they won't fall into line
That Is the feeling with some of tno
"Good Republicans" as expressed In tho
last issue of the "Organ." It this 1b to bo
followed out, thero will bo one of two
things that will happen; thoro wiU either
bo a fight that will bo disastroyisl Ha
consequonces. or enough people will Btay
at home to bring about the samo result3.
Wo have not enough votes to snare, to
make It a "suro thing." if such tactics are
resorted to; it's tho wrong spirit. Lota
nnlto and defeat tho common enomj. If
any nc has taken a part to bring dlare
SCte 0" ill will to tho minds of any man or
woman, stay it. and do tho fair thing by
a But as suro as the election comes and It
Is shawn that tho machine dictating tho
nomSna, then defeat is ourB. Th s
what must be averted at all cost, i ms
1 why "Republican" calls upon Uioso who
can bring about thoo results to bo up
and doing whllo tho day lasts, not wait
until it is too late. It matters not what
tha ring may say about "Republican" or
moes; Wt has atUnth.
Shows a Cured Iper.
"Ieprosy Is curablo and cannot bo
transmitted from ono Individual to an
other," deolared Dr. Jamos Novlna Hyde,
professor of dermatology In Rush Mcil
cal BChaol. Chloaga. "People bollevo that
loprosy 1b cantaglouo from the fact that
tlfoy read In tho BIWa that leparo ran
throuch tho streets of Joruaalcm crying
noUanl Unolaaul' In reality lhB lep
ers wora farced to uttor thin warning be
causa of a law which compelled any one
who touchad a loper to pay a heavy flno
before entcrmg tho temple. Touching a
leper was oanelderod merely deflllng, not
a eourco of contagion."
Dr Hyde Is ono of tho few modleal men
who hold tho thoory of tho non-contaRious
nature ojt leprosy. He exhibited a young
New Zealander who had been under his
treatment for two years and la almost recovered.
ST. LOUIS EXCURSIONS
Via Oregon Short Line,
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Round trip from Salt Lako only $42.50.
Tickets good for sixty days.
Shortest, fastest lino.
It lo a matter of history, I believe, that
the cntlro coinage of tho Conjaderate
Statas consisted of four hali-ollar pleeas.
Where aro thoy? What ara thoy worth
numlsmatlcally7 Tho obverse ajdo had a
goddess of liberty (earn na United States
coins) In an arc 01 thlrtaon star in her
right hatvd a tbl4 on convantiaoal aoolgn,
with "Liberty" tharaon, and beiaw tha
date 1C6L On tho ravtroo slda was an
American shield banaath a llborty c-P,
tho union containmg savan stare repre
senting tha eeven seceding Stales tho
whole Burraundvd by a wreath; at tho
left cotton ln Meom, at tha right sugar
can. Tha legend waa "Coniearate Statea
of Amarica." In tho oxerguc. "Half."
Tha borders wore milled and tho edge waa
Cured H1b Mother of EheumatiBtn.
MMy mother has been a miff brer for
many years with rheumatism," Bay9 W.
H. Howard, of Husband, Pa, "At
times sho vrxx traahlo to move at all,
whllo at all times walking was pain
ful. I presented, her with a bottlo of
ChanVberlKln'a Pain Balm and after a
fow applications eho decided It was the
most wonderful pain rclievor eho had
ver tried; In fact, sho la never with
out it now, anS is at all times ablo to
walk. An occatdonal application, of
Pain Balm keopa away tho pain that
she was formerly troubled with." For
Halo, by, all leadlnx drucglstr
Single term Sugar
Beet Seed Planted
Big Supply Furnished by Govern
ment Exports Put in the Sara
toga Form West of Ihi.
Social to Tho Tribune,
LBHI, Utah, April 30. Superintend
ent Goortfo Austin of the Utah Sugar
company's agricultural department has
received and planted nineteen big mail
pouches of suar beeets from Washing
ton, D. C. Tho beet came by mail and
Postmaster Roos hadn't roam ln the
postofflce to store them. Each beet
Was labeled and wer5 grown f rorn sin
gle gorm sead by Government experts.
Ihey h(Lve been planted on the com
pany's Saratoga farm west of Lehi. The
moat careful attention will be given to
the beets and Boon as they begin to
bjoeocn eapert3 will bo sent from
Waetol&xrton to cut off all multiple
grown blc3Bom3 and see that they are
Mr. Austin has famished the depart
ment a lot of sugar beet seed, grown
by the tltajb Sugar company at Lehi
and Bear JUrer. This Seed has been
planted by factories ln all the States
wlire sugar boots are grown and a
careful comparison will be mado be
tween tho beets grown from Utah sood
and those produood from French and
Gorman oeed, and with tho aid that'lho
department at WaiUilngten Is extend- ,
lnff it is probable that the growing of
Eucar beet seed will become one of the
most profitable industries of tho State, ,
for it has been demonstrated that tho
beots grown from Utah seed cannot bo
Tho sugar factory has about thirty
men employed, malting repairs ln tho
mill and running tho left over syrup
through tho Osmose proces. This run
will kist for about eighty days, during
which throe approximately ono and one
half millions pounds of brown sugar
will have beon made. A number of
teams are employed hauling lime stone
from Pelican Point to the factory to
bo used in purifying tho juice.
Twenty-five thousand sheep have,
been sheared at Austin & Webb's
shearing corral west of Utah Lake and
the eheorera havo gone nor h looking
for others to fleece. Tho sheep averaged
upward of six pounds of wool per head,
which sold for figures round the HM
Tho big pumps at the head of tho
Jordan, will begin supplying water to
the Sait Lake county fanners Monday.
The motors wijl be supplied with power
by the Utah County Light and Power
company from its plant at tho mouth
of American Fork canyon.
A few days ago Dry creek overflowed
its bank where It empties into Utah
Lake, near the head of Jordan river.
Thousand? of carp were coming up tho
stream and were washed out on tho
grass lands. Thej' could bo picked up
with ease and a man with a pair of
gum boots could obtain a hundred
weight in a few minutes. Fish and
Game Warden Slado took a wagon
box down and in an hour had about
two tons of fish in it These ho dis
tributed and every family in town that
liked carp had fish for days.
George Austin, G. L. Conner, B. S.
Lott, J. T. Smith, William Wing J. H.
Gardner, B. R, Karren, Thomas Webb,
J. N, Butt, Thad Powell and a number
of other local horsomen have formed a
company and purchased tho famous
Porcheron thoroughbred stallion Ivan
hoo of T. D. Yaw, the importer of thor
oughbred stocks Thad Powell is presi
dent of the company and John T. Smith
socretary and treasurer.
ThomaB Rusaan, Jr., has returned
from a mission to tho Southern States
and Bllsha -Pack, Jr., has gone on a
mlasion to tho Samoan islands. The
young men are cousins, and Wednesday
evening mero than one hundred of tho
Rufisan fraternity held a coming-homo
and golng-away reception in their
B. W. Brown, Jr., who has been ln
Alberta, Canada, for several years, Is
homo arain and says Utah is goon
enough for him.
Mrs. William Ashor has presented her
Leon Taylor and James Gough of tho
Idaho Falls and Sugar City sugar fac
torias are ln Lehi. Thoy will spond
a mon th gotting acquainted with tho
Osmoso process of converting tha loft
over syrups into brown sugar.
Fish and Game Warden O. A. Slade
caught Robert Lee and Robert Proctor
and J. Householder of American Fork
a few days ago, each with a good
string of black bass. They left $30 caoh
with the Justice and becauoo of their
fallure to show up on tho day of triai
the money went into the county treas
' Tho Lehi uubUo schools will close
next week, with closing exercises on
Thursday and Friday. Primary oxer
clses and grading will occupy Thursday
morning, whllo the manual training
and art exhibit will occupy the after
noon and evening. The grammar
grades will hold their closing exorcises
and receive certificates Friday foro
noan, and tho afternoon will be de
voted to athletic work and npe-rts at
tho City park. The high sohool gradu
ates will furnish a aromnups in tho
Tabornaclo tho following week,
Principal G. N. ChUd Eaya that tho
fichools are on a higher standard and
have dona batter work than ln any
year of thejr bietory. Ha feels proud
of LaW's record at the county exhibit,
Lehi having won twelve prhseo. But
one other sohool MjuaJlod Lehi. Whan
tha nature f the merits won are con
si cTared, Lohl ranked first of all the
Bohools In tho eourjty.
Mr. Joseph Featharotone, a daughter
of John L. Sbow. and who, with her
husband, is laboring as a missionary
In Japan, has given birth to a sbn ln
St. Louis and Ileturn,
From Salt Lake via Oregon Short Lino
and Union Pacific, Tickets on sale
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Sixty days' limit. City ticket office, 201
Main-etreet- x i
The State Bank of Utah
Corner 3Iain and. South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lake City.
GETJEHAIi BA5S2NG BUSINESS.
AoocunU Solicitod. Special attention to
couniy trttOe. Cftrrtgcnferic.b mvyg
J. EL Courrrlff. Prep. E. W. Wiloon. Cashier
tfPSN AJT jCGOtrNT WtfCH
J. J. Xaiy, W. P. Noble, ViceJFoldcnts.
AH. Poabody, Ajbrt Caahley.
WELLS, & 0. BANK
Tho Oldest aiia ironjait Bank ln Utah.
Capitol... ,...-...... )
Suniufl,..,..r......". V .m.sre,oo9
Undndaod profltfr ............. J
TromE&ctl a Gonial banking naainaaB,
domcstio ed ftifoijn.
Direct. oOjtaoctionti with, baaka la all
principal clhei of tho world.
Draft, I Op eR
Letters of Crfldlt. promlnont
T,clecraphle TrarreforB. 1 oltioa.
H. P. CLAHli, y&t. Caablor.
Q. 05TJU- & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
QUORClB RUST. .Gaaaxal ilanayar.
tJtab IjSnho and Wyoming.
Off Eco to PipWffldjt., atqt alfa City.
SALT LAK21 COTy, pTAH,
etobllshcd V&K intyjrporatci 2503.
qatanaKct a Otocral BhkiOB BueWeas,
SAFB PEPO&T BQyiZS .FOR BBNT.
jyZBEBET tfATIO-SAL BAITS,
tJNITirp STATES I?EPQBITART.
Bali LAko Utah,
Capital, $600,000 Btrrplus, 250,'OOd
tj. &. HILLS, MOBE3 LTHATCHBR,
6nt a Xbl
gfCj denolt booa or r6it.
Bnl3njf trt ell IU brotiohAB trtaoacted.
Jwbn9 drawn oh the principal oltlao
fflT PAH? ON TIME. DEPOSITS.
jyjoCOBOTOK & CO.,
Bait Lako City, Utah.
1 l I fA 8 Without Drugs or
Rii yt V I iElectrlclty by My
VACDDi 9R8AN BEYEL9PER
TEN DAYS TRIAL 75,050 IN DATLT USB
Not One Failure Not Ono Haturnad
My VACUUM ORGAN DEVELOPER
cured whn evarythinc else falls and hope
la daad. It rtoro ama.il. waak orjaats,
laat rawer, fallfaiar raanhood, dnJna, errors
of youth, ate, RIOTURH AND VARI
COCELB pprraanently oured hi 1 ta i
wacka. NO DRUaS to ruin tha atomaah.
NO BLEGTRIC BELTS to blister and
bum. My Vacuum Dovaloper la a looal
treatroant apslled dlractly to tho weak
and dlardrad paxta. It gives ttranrth.
and dgvelapmant wberaver applied. Old
raao with lot or faillnff manhood, or tho
yaxutx ar mlddla-aitad who ara reaplne tho
raffoUa of youthful errors, eicwa or otot
work, are qulaidy retorad to health and
strancth. ToU win oea aad feal Iti aanont
Cram tha first day. Tho bload is th life,
S fertll&ar of tha human bady. My In
rumnt foroea blood Into circulation
whora mont needed, civlnc etreRxth and
devalapmetit to weak and llfcltso parte.
Rcfieber, there Is no expoaure, no C O.
D. or any other scheme ln my denlinpi
with the public. Write for freo particu
lars, aent Bealcd In plain epvelapo.
R, O. EifMJET, UJS Tabor blk.k Denver.
Louis C. Keloey "Waterworks
Chas. E. Reed Sewerage
LOUIS C. KELSEY & CO.,
CTVIL AND 'CONTRACTING EN
GINEERS. it&A D. F. Walker BldC. 'Phono HS5-K.
SALT LAKE CITY.
XTOTIOE OF ABSZS31EWT
Hannapah Minlnr and Smelting Com
pany. Principal place of business Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Natlce Is hereby given that at a moet
tnf of tlio board of dlrectora of the Han
najuih Mining and Smelting company,
bald et the atflco of tho company on tha
th day of April. (A. D. 1?04, an oeae33
mant of ana-fourth O&t cent per eharo
was IrrUd ?n tha capita) sVacx of tho
Crpart)e& iauad and ouatnUne, puy-e-bla
Iramaatately to W. B. Block, oecro
tary af tho ootnpany, at hla oflee, 603
Dooly bkrtk. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Any Bte-ek upon wbieh thin affliaeamont
iriay ramala unnold eh the 14lh day of
May, A. D, Um, Will bo diUnqeent and
aAYrtaa far cole at publio auction, and
nnloxH parmnt la made bafora will bo
Mid on the oecand day of June, A, D.
li&A, tp pat tho dellnquant naeeDsment,
toatrier with tha cost of advartlalnc and
cipanaa of Balo. W. E. BLOCK.
Galena Mlno Corporation. Principal
plaoo of business, EJalt Lake City, Utah.
Nolfco 1b hereby gfVe.o that at a meeting
of the boafl ef direotora of Gahma mlno,
hfld "at Salt Lata City, Utah, on the 2nd
day of AptII, lWi, on aisflmant of S cents
fier sbir waa loYjed upon tho capital
utock of tho oorprUon baued and out
fcla6cflne tWle Irnroadiotely to E. h.
MaadT oretixy of the company, at his
office, MoCarruok building, gau
City, utab. Any otock Upon whioh this
assessment may remain unpaid on tho 7th
of May, 1904. will be delinquent and ad
wrueeil for al at public auction, and
unless payment la miada befare, will bo
sold on tho SJlh day qf fctay, 1004, it) a,
m., to ptfy tho dellnqoent asseaamcnta
Sioreon, toiether wllh the costs of adver
ting and expanse of aaJo. ,
, una, A . h. jyjtAD, ocvtaiW J
j GARDNER SUNDM STORE NEWS.
I It takes moretban a noted- manufadttirer's f '
name ( N
To give you absolute satisfaction in a suit 1
of clotbes. ! ifill
We bave tbe Rogers, Peet &- Company and fi jl
tbe C & B makes, '
Botb recognized as leaders among bigh L
class clotbes for men !;
I And as reliable as it is possible- to make ( II I
i But what is tbat to you? $ Ij!
a Should your suit chance to go wrong,
I Tbe maker is not liable for it. j J!
I 'Tis the name of Gardner, that's your protect ! ifj
tion. I 1 IH
j To us you look for remuneration, which is al- s llv
I ways forthcoming when occasion demands it. jj fe1
1 We give you perfect fit, plenty of style, and the l
I best fabrics your money will buy anywhere, 'M
I Then assure you satisfaction in every detail. l
1 Isn't that worth more than the name of some
i Famous Clothes Maker? !f 'M
I New Spring Suits from $35 down as lowas j'
reliability goes. ;i.M
I ! . . . r f
l Price. Jo P0 GARPMEKg Mfin3S4. ! E I
.j THE QTJAXITT STOBE. :j fM, I
3 S I'lij tH
Ready for Business in ' f!.- ti
Our New Store. ( 7 j i'TH
I ' 'R. STENZEL M CO. - rl l
t Have movd to the- corner of E. l
Third South and Stafc Street,, ' 1 jjjjB
No- 79 E. Third South, , I
j pp. The Kimbsford. !H
SOMETHING DOING AT I 111
DESKY'S THIS WEEK S 1 I
And if you miss this opportunity, It Q 'liill'SI
jfcSarfly "will be your fault, not ours. Just fl 'ft nl
TISr tMnk! BOE.TT-TWO difEcrent style 9 fi'Si'll iH
fiUlTSi up-to-dato STJIT8, ?18 to $18 values, J , '
will be sold at . Ij J, Jj 1
Bef cniar andLntFmfT tills, great suit
JSS TWO STORES. Il I J9 fl
WASTO0TON 0 mff . 0 je I
v fastiiowasle 205 S. Main. 10 E. 2nd So. I ; jj
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