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ITTT 19 not right," Phil Lawlcr said,
B Whllo nil the scribes took note,
H "To yank a fellow up In court
Ami Judge him by his coat.
Ton should not think a man a crook,
As many pcoplo do,
Becauso ho wears upon his back
A coat that's bright and new.
Remember, Judge, that every man
7Uust some time make a start;
And oft, beneath a brand new coat
There b?ats nn honest heart,
1 took this coat. I don't deny,
From Mr, Rcllly's place
I3ii t I -was drunk and 'twas the boozo
That led to my disgrace."
"While I have, felt," his Honor said,
"Some sympathy with vas,
I am as Just to stylish men
As though they drepseu In rags.
Your sentence would bo twenty days
If In old togs you came.
And though yon wear a brand new coat,
Your sentence Is the Bame.
I How would it do for yoiu
grocer to spU poor stuff or dear
stuff as he sells Schilling's
Money bnc!:' "
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r Thomas Crawley said, "I see
This It. G. car la now AI. T.
I'm growing sleepy by degrees,
So In 1 go to take my EEla."
An ofllcor of S. L. C.
Was In tho yardH of tho R. G.
And, looking In tho M. T. car.
Ho said: "U J, O thurc IT R!"
Thomas Crawley rubbed his Ills. ,
When tho policeman put him YYVs.
Ho.was surprised and tried to loll
The officer to go to L.
They hauled him through the dark ST.
And put him under lock and key.
In court he said, "V should X QQQa
A man who had a llttlo booze.
From Butte, Mont., I came through
To seek a Job In S. L... U."
Tho Judge did not set Crawloy free.
But said, "Two days your time will B."
John "Williams nald: "No moro I'll keep
My old belief that talk Is cheap,"
When, for contempt. Judge lined him ton,
And said, "We'll give you freedom when
You pay your fine and not before.
Take heed and roawl thi court no more "
STOCK AT AUCTION
New York Dry Goods Firm to Close
Up Business for Benefit of
NT EW YORK. Alay 20. On ad
vice of a committee of dreri-
Itors, tho wholesale dry goods
firm of Sweetzor, Pembrook
it Co. will go out of business at once.
The directors of the company recently
decided to slowly liquidate its affairs
and named a committee of creditors to
assist. The latter have recommended
steps to close the concern's business Im
mediately and this will be done, tho
hugctock being put up at auction.
Goods arc on hand valued at $1,200,000,
and the sale will make one of the larg
est of Its kind ever held here. The com
pany has been In existence half a cen
Shortness of Breath
Is One of the Com
monest Signs of
Notwithstanding what many physic
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Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure has per
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thousands who had found no relief In
tho medicines (allopathic or homoeo
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It has proved Itself unlquo in tho his
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successful In curing thoso diseases.
Nearly always, ono of tho first signs
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running up stairs, or of other exercises.
If tho heart Is unablo to meet this extra
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"I know that Dr. Miles' New Heart
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of years 1 sufTcrcd from shortness of
breath, smothering spells, and pains In
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Miles' New Heart Cure, whrch I did
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and other symptoms vanished. I am
now entirely well. All those dreadful
smothering spells aro a thing of tho
past." F. P. DRAKE, Mlddletown. O.
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PEOPLE OF IDAHO '
ARE "SELF RISERS"
John K. Hardy Digs Up a Piece
of Interesting- Pioneer
pELF RISERS" Is the nickname
of Idahoans. Jack K. Hardy,
formerly of Salt Lakef and now
private secretary to Gov. Mor
rison, has become quite a historian to
judge from the following story In the
In running through Gov. Morrison's
mull the other morning. Secretary John
K: Hardy encountered a letter from an
Eastern publishing house, asking for
the nickname of the State of Idaho
and the people thereof. The house was
about to Issue a standard dictionary,
the letter explained, and wishing to b
exact on the point, It desired that the
Governor should furnish it with the
"John, said the Governor. "I hereby
appoint you a committee of one to con
sult with -whomsoever you consider best
qualified to furnish you with the facts
In the case and make reply to this let
ter in accordance with the findings."
Secretary Hardy accepted the com
mission under protest. He communed
with leading old timers and authorities
on early day happenings and as a result
the following letter was dispatched to
the publishing house:
".Replying to your communication of
the 25th ultimo, inquiring as to the
nickname aplled to the State of Idaho
and her natives. I beg to advise you
that Idaho was called 'The Gem of the
Mountains.' her natives 'Self-Risers.'
"Twenty-live or thirty years ago, In
the days when commodities were trans
ported by freight outfits and pack trains
W. L. Thurman. a miller of the Boise
valley, prepared a flour. Intended
specially for the use of freighters, which
contained all the ingredients necessary
to Insure light bread; water alone was
needed to complete the compound when
It left the mill. This flour was called
'Self-Raising.' A family of emigrants,
coming to the Stale, secured a number
of sacks of flour, and, with true emi
grant frugality, the mother of the broo 1
made trowsers for the future citizens of
the 'Gem of the Mountains' from the
sacks. Across the seat of the panta
loons of one of the boys, In large blue
letters, against a white background ap
peared the words 'Self-Rising'; and as
the little chap labored with the balance
of the family In the clearing of a tract
of sagebrush land, he advertised and es
tablished the fact that Idahoans are
Accused of Embezzlement.
HONOLULU, May 20. Ex-Land
Commissioner E. S. Boyd and Chief
Clerk S. Mahaulu were arrested today
on charges of embezzlement. Commis
sioner J- W, Pratt of the department
of public lands says that the discov
eries made by an examination of the
records Indicate that the alleged pecu
lations of the accused extend back for
four or five years: The department
shortage Is alleged by Commissioner
Pratt to be over $10,000.
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WILL BEAR DOWN
ON JUNK DEALERS
New Ordinance to Limit the Market
for Goods Stolen by Boys
in the City.
ASSISTANT City Attorney Bramel
Is at work preparing a new junk
dealers' ordinance which, when
passed by the City Council, should
have a tendency to stop a large portion
of the petty crimes In this city. Under
the new ordinance the license of junk
dealers is to be increased from $50 to
$300 and other restrictions will be placed
upon the junk business such as will
cause the dealers to exercise caution In
buying stolen property.
Complaints have been numerous of
thefts by boys who steal all kinds of
Iron and copper scraps which they dis
pose of to certain junk shops. City
Engineer Snow says that the cast iron
covers placed on city monuments are
stolen constantly and Superintendent
Hlnes of the Water Works department
says that everything in the metal line
that can be found Is appropriated by.
young larcenlsts. It Is said that the
property is so mutilated and changed
by the Junk dealers as to be Impossible
of Identification by the owner after
once It has been sold.
Under the new ordinance it will be
unlawful for Junk dealers to do busi
ness with minors or to mutilate ma
terial they have bought until after It
has been examined by the police Tho
Council will reserve the right to revoke
the license of any Junk dealer who vio
lates any of the provisions of the ordi
nance. The new measure will come up
for consideration at Monday night's ses
sion of the Council, . J
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jf.Y 'electric belt.
Any man who l weak, rheumatic, full of
pains and aches, growing old and losing
his youthful tiro and vigor, can have my
Electric Belt free until he Is cured. I am
not giving It away unless I fall to cure
you. When you aro cured you can pay
mc, not otherwise. I don't want money I
don't cam. I don't need It, but I am after
tho dollars that aro dally going Into use
less drugging and fake treatments, and I
nm willing to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I havo done the
work. So wrlto for my belt today, inclos
ing this ad.
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531 Sixteenth St., Denver. Colo.
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