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FTT HERE i.i an arletocrallc boardlng
B house 'on Third East whcrn the
J landlord "has purchased :i Jersey
cow and furnishes cronm for his
gnosis as rich as tinted white- velvet.
Everything was working all right with
tho now cow until a fow days ago, when
tho Ice-bos was given a coat of shellac;
then tho. Jersey milk began to taste queer.
The guests began to dlsctiKs tho matter,
and some of tho men who occasionally
bring a dark brown, furry fasto homo
with them during the wee sma' hours of
tho morning, Insisted that the milk was
I But the women knew better, and tho
discussion waxed warm over tho shellac
flavor absorbed from tho Ice-box, until
one young woman settled the question by
1 "I know what It Is. It's worry."
"Worry make a cow's milk taste
queer?" incredulously gnsped ono of the
men. "I'll bet she's been eating onions
or wont on a toot lost niGht."
"No," snld tho young woman, "It's Just
I plain worry. Poor Bossy, taken away
' from home, frlonds and family, and
brought here among strangers, has been
That sottlod it, but ihc landlord has
bought a new Ice-box.
The thoft of flowers from the graves of
I ho buried heroes of the war brings up
n question In the minds of many a to
whether the Mowers placed In such reck
less profusion upon tho resting plucos of
the doad would not do more good for
Jn tho hospitals and in many of the
rcoror homes where- Illness abides, tho
fragrance of flowers would como as a
true example oC God's grace. Ono roso
would be worth moro than medicine In
pome, cuses, and In' others a bunch of
i carnations or violets would carry tho
.vweetness and bcouty and sunshine of tho
fields to thoao whoso appreciation would
go up In gratitude to the Most High.
Tho dead need no help, and If they did
thero Is no way to help them; but the
, living "do and the III and bcd-rldden de
On next Saturday the last effort will
hi' mado to save the Ufa of Charles Botha.
Tho Board of Pardons will meet In spe
cial session 'at that lime to hear new
arguments why the sentence of tho con
demned man should be commuted to Im-
Iiu isuiuiieiiL iov inc.
Tho contention Is that Botha had been
' previously wronged by Tlbbetts. In thai
the wealthy raneher had taken advantage
of his absence and his poverty and had
seduced Botha's young wife. Botha
claims that ho was so Incensed on learn
ing of lhf outrage on his homo that he
was unable to restrain himself. And
I when ho found the rancher and Tlbbotts
j . at tho latter's homo ho felt so wronged
that tho only thought that came to him
at that time was to tako the rancher's
n Botha'rt wife, her luckless husband says,
at templed to shield the rancher, and In
' the melei that followed Botha's appear
ance at tho Tibbetts home alie, too, was
, killed. '
r Botha said that ho loved ' his wife and
was doing all he could to provide for her.
The wealthy man offered her riches. He
destroyed, the young German's horn.
It is not a new case. It is one of tho
oldest in history. Juries have turned
many a man free for doing no more than
( did this haplrso "Dutch Charlie."
It Is a terrible thing to have taken these
two lives. In tho midst of their sins, but
it was a greater crime for the rancher to
have destroyed the sanctity of tho poor
Tlbbetts got no more than ho took
chances of recplving when he carried
nw&y the young woman that "Dutch
I Ohm-He" had made his wife. It is doubt
ful If tho law should do more In such
casc than ,to establish tho provocation
I for hSorfendOrSvjleath. Thero are some,
j y things that even IkoSo of tho lower walks
hold dearer thnn llfo Itaolf a pure homo.
But Charllo Botha ls not an Ignorant
man. He has nomo of thc finest traits of
character. lie is not a degenerate.
Botha was wronged. His wrath resulted
in tho death of tlnj man who carried away
1 Is wife and in tho death of the woman
who betrayed him. Few men could resist
ko great a temptation as the poor young
! German bad.
The members of tho Board of Pardons
may not forget this.
Murder commltltcd In the heat of great
Iasslon Is seldom punished with death.
At tho best Botha must have been in
a Jealous rage.
A law that would Justify every man to
protect the sanctity of tho home, even
to the greatest extreme, would not be
nearly so merlMess as many of tnc laws,
. -iow enforced, that aro considered tho es-
T sence of propriety.
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m nrlngs about. Here" Is a newspaper Item
that tells of the courts awarding a work
, "inn JGCOO for the loss of an arm. That
f name arm on time saved iny life."
The foregoing remark, bv a citizen of
Salt l,aks, called for an explanation.
"It was like this. When I was young"
and given to meddling In matters that
M ",,,,,.ot Particularly concern me, I was
l - foolish enough to criticise a police officer
for brutality. Ho had knocked a man
down and was beating him unmercifully
nnd needlessly, when I xamc along. It
riled ma as I have not Iwcn at any time In
my life, perhaps, and to several men who
Ktood nar I mndo the remark that an of
fWr who would knock a man down a"d
mmw, brat him while he was down, was a cow-
B "I have- not changed my opinion on this
B, point, but I learned a short Umo after-
Pi nrd that it Is not irnfo to criticise an of-
I "This brutal ofilcer's Chief heard of my
l remark. He hunted mo up, and. being a
l. hot-tempered man, having killed a man
L while in a passion but a year boforo. ho
asked me what I had said about Ids sub
ordinate. A crowd had cohVcted by this
time, and it socmcd that I was the only
pno that did not know tho Chief was lii
HL toxlcated and very angry. When he asked
mWt 1 "ie what I had Hald In crltlclHm of his
deputy I repeated my words. Next mln
mWi I Ue I was attempting (o dodgo an elght-
f en-ounce club In the hands of a drunken
Hl and desperate man.
"Tllt crow!J. sharing my opinion as to
an officers brutality, resolved Itaclf into'
, a relief party and It soon became a mob.
At the moment that several weapons wero
drawn by my friends, I being unarmed,
tho subordinate whom I had criticised,
rushed In nnd shielded my temple with his
strong right arm from a desperate blow
of hln Chief. Tho blow disabled tho arm
for weeks and saved my life.
"The brutal officer was relieved from
tho fcrce and his Chief wan defeated for
ro-ulcctlon. Tho former went to work In
a car shop. Two yearn ago hla arm, the
one with which he defended me. was man
gled so badly It was amputated. Now the
company is paying for that xama arm.
"One thing I have often thought about
Is that deoylto hla brutality,' when on
raged, tho officer was a flno fellow. Wo
afterward became fast friends. In fact,
he never seemed to have held anything
against mo for crltlolnlng him.
"Hhis Chlof died several years later from
consumption. Before he died a fow dnvs
he had himself brought to my offico 'to
ask my forgiveness for tho unprovoked aft-'
snult on mc, nnd I never cxtondod a pin
ccrcr hand to a man In my life than I did
r Roc,,ntly lourlat was quoted In 'Tho
Man About Town' ridiculing one of the
churche-M of A-shevlllo. N. O.," writes it
bint Laker. "A considerable part of rav
life hps been apent In Ashevllle, and I
should like to point out a few Inaccu
rac.ox In tho tourist's statement.
Afilicvlllp Is a cltybullt for strangers
J no floating population outnumbers tho
resident two to one. Only ono church
there has been built-hy rich man-All
S? "Is . on the Blllmoro ostato of George
andcrhllt-and It. as Its name Is In
tended to Indicate, Is opon to all comers
J here are rented pews In that church-it
in 10 "'v church In tho vicinity of Ashe
yiiio which renin pews but one-third of
1,s, .gating area Is reserved for vlKltore.
Ihere Is not a church In tho county of
Buncombe (the county In which Ashevllle
ls, situated) which ha3 a door to a pew
. u.s,,V;r ,wnom he said was unobllg
ng most likely took him for nn escaped
inmato of tho Stato mental hospital at
Morgantown. If he brushed him asldo as
n,'rr,, l0,,r'st continues: 'Several pcoplo
then canio from their pews and begged
filt. Ylth then,: ,rul 1 declined and.
going outside, procured a block of wood
and marched back to tho front and sat
"If In lnrnnnnl..nl.l. l . . .
. i i i . nirti uny man snouiu
mS1P s0 n-ycA act. First he forced
? ,TnnPftSLth,0 ,,ser- wlo was ready
and willing to show him a scat; and thon
aftr being proffered several seats
b pew-holders Insulted tho congregation
nnd disturbed tho service by carrying In
would bo in the way. It is indeed a
wonder that he was not given an entire
pew to himself (fitted with door and lock
and boly In the city Jail."
McCoy's livery stab!o for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
AHeoipf Corner Corn
Cereal for May Delivery Had a 2tangc
on tho Exchange Thero of
OMAHA, May 31. Mas corn on the'
local grain exchange had a range
of 10 cents lo'day as a result of
what is said to havo been an at
tempt by a loading member to corner
A number of brokers who had sold
short for some time were forced to buy
back much of their short corn at a
price ranging from 4 to S cents above
the price nt which they sold It.
Mystery Is Revealed
by Firejiu Hovel
Startling- Revelations Expected on
Account of a Blazc in City
NEW YORK, May 31. -A small,
lire which destroyed a negro
hovel In Brooklyn has dls
closed to the police a
strange case of hidden Identity. In
me nre wnicn destroyed the building,
a beautiful white chlUfS years old, lost
Her presence In tho hut, which had
been occupied by an old negrcss for
some years, caused an Investigation.
It was learned that the child had been
reared by the negress and had, al
though evidently of refined parentage,
been compelled to grow up without
education and find Iter playmates
among the negro children of tho neigh
borhood. In some manner the girl had
been slightly crippled.
Fragmentary admissions by the de
gress lead to the belief that the child's
mother was a young woman well known
In Brooklyn society, ta fester mother
said she received for a time $500 every
twelve months to care for the little
girl, but that payments stopped five
years age, and owing to her attach
ment for the little one, sho went to
IS THE NEW LIVE BUBBEIt IN
Why do its makor3 depond entirely
on tho trees of the Amazon when second-hand
rubber costs but 11c a
For the very good reason that with
out new rubber tho inisslorj of the
cushion heel cannot bo accomplished,
-which makes tho exploiting of old
rubber nothing but a farce.
Bags and rubbish nro so cheap that
they rob humanity. New rubber ls
expensive,-but it helps and comfort3
Thus tho lino between O'Sullivnn's
Rubber Heel nnd its substitutes is
Draw this line fit the purchase and
keep on the safe -Side.
Fifty cents puts on a pair of
work in order to provldb for it. She
was absent when theouse was burned.
The' child was locked In and perished.
The Kidneys nnd the Skin.
In tho spring, the kidneys havo much to
do. If they aro weak or torpid, thoy will
not do It well, and the skin will be plmplv
or blotchy, that ls telling the atory In a
Hood's Sarsaparllla strengthens and
stimulates the kidneys, cures and pre
vents pimples, blotchCB'and all cutaneous
Don't fall to lake It.
Buy a bottlo today.
Died Wliile Praying
jo Bridge i
Foreigner nt Wilkesbarre Loses His
Life While Appealing to the
nxr j ILKESBARRE, Pn., May 31.
iS While kneeling. on the
Plymouth bridge praying for
a relative who was drowned
live years ago George Shcpla, fell Into
the Susquehanna and was drowned.
He was a foreigner, but knowing- the
American custom of services for the
dead on Memorial day ho decided to go
to the bridge and pray, thinking it ap
propriate to do po because the body of
h(y relative was never recovered and Ihe
river was the only grave It knew.
I Be3t way to cure lcldqey troubles ls
to strengthen the kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
Wlll Go to Logan June 1
With the Commercial Travelers' Ex
cursion, over the Oregon Short Line.
Four other bands will be In attendance.
'Grand parade and baseball game.
Round trip only ?2 50, with tickets good
for return on any train of the 2nd. Spe
cial train leaves Salt Lake S a. m.
ST. LOUIS EXCURSIONS
Via Oregon Short Line,
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Round trip from Salt Lake only 512.50
Tickets good for sixty days.
Shortest, fastest line. See other Short
Line advertisements in this Issue for
For Sale Building stone.
RED STONE CO- J
1SG So. W. Temple, Tel. 005-K.
Noted Catholic Dead.
NEW YORK, May 31. Tho Rev. J
P. Scanlan, chancellor of the archdio
cese of San Francisco, died here today f
in St. Vincent's hospital. f
He had been at the hospital several l
weeks suffering from a complication
BOTTLES OF . ..
SOLD IN 1903 " I
5,430,402,500 'Botiies SoSd
I from IST5 to 1904 j
J The Anheuser-Busch Brewery is the-Greatest Attrac- j
tion of the World's Fair City. Competent Guides to
j welcome and conduct Visitors throughout the plant. j
' Ordcra Promptly Filled by r J
Olson & Lytlo,-Dlstrlbuters, Snlt LakoCity, v
favor because of its good-
, ness its unvarying quality keeps it up. Over
t v. , a million sold daily. Cremo 5c. anywhere.
vv , A It's worth it anytime.
BLeges1i Softer ssd ike fcli
lj " ' v'rl FOR FASTIDIOUS MEN g
fH lilM v Tou will find In our shop the most j3-
him g'P ' -.-rr"jjJ exclusive and newest creations In j
lf n men's smart wear beautiful neck- jro
ttjSl y) wear, fancy hosiery, fancy vests,
p ) Manhattan shirts, underwear, beltB, S
fiijiffC ,. ' walking sticks, correct collars for
llsi?' j summer wear, ntraw nnd Panama 8&
k yl V hats, and everything to make a well-
W d? drcssed nian-
I .aM Caterers to Men Who I
I :0?- Know- I
I X Will Gray & Br. JSffit I
l m. Under the Electric Sign "Gray's." " A
DOCTOR COOK CURE0 SNEASES
: Prostatic Troubles & Nervous Debijliy ;
pcrmar.ntly c jred. no mat- A7iua Cures quick and radical In '.
I tcr how long standing tho $r. M to CO daj-3, by my own fa- '
disease. In from 5 to 20 daya. &l mous method ,
i Stricture M gg ggJ Varicocele :
!. cured In 1G days, without (( v"! .,.,.,,,
. cutting, pain, drugs or de- AxkA H w ivP " ",;
lontinn frnm htminniQ 7St?iQ lv cured by my new pro- t
i tcntion rrom buslneas. rH cces a11 disagreeable symp-
) IVastinC Weakness d tomB Foon disappear com- Y
li , , . A JX pletely and forever; It Is
Time ot cure. 10 to CO PfT oV safe, painless and bloodless. )
i, days, by my original, very &Ys ilJSfej An absolute euro guaraav i
4 simple remedy (used cxclu- ryiCsi r t5Jvl teed. ' I
,: Fively by mc). f BmSJ at -i n !
H Private Diseases mmMm I '1"
j cu.ed in 8 to 10 dny3 with- rcd SSSfm'SlX
i out the usa of poisonous 1 out aid of mercury or not- r.
(j Consultation Is free nnd Invited, on d Jn consulting me you may bo eure that '
II nothing that science can devise or skill perfect has been left undone to afford '
a you a speedy, safe and permanent cure.
M WRITE me In full confidence, explaining your trojbleB aa they arDcar to
w you, and receive by return mall my ho nest and candid opinion of your case. H
S0K MEDICTLe., 8&iM,r?
T,nH il I HHIiTfiTIfi
Isn't That Old Lawn Mower Worn Out?
i We aro selling the Coldwcll-posltlvely tho best lawn mower made. It
F "uf1 oxdus'VS'y ,n the l)ark systems of New York, Brooklvn. Buffalo
V, )anZton. Chicago. Baltimore and'St Louis, and has been indorsed by )
all theso park boards. Prices of tho smaller sizes are: S
I 12-inch 3. 50; 14-inch $4.50; 16-inch $5.00.
Lar,e10r pzo,f "i?, ,0, ir Vc guarantee the Coldwcll In cverv partlcu- '
ar and lcaow It will give the beat satisfaction, and will prove more durable
than any other make. 1 .
I BSDBAKEB-CAHPBELL HARDWARE COMPANY j
27-29 W. Third South St. 'Phone 1637-k. h
I Good for Eyes, j
j It Is very Important that when It I
l becomes necessary to adopt glasses, 'i
3 that your eyes should be properly
a fitted. Our extended experience fc
5 proves us to be reliable and pro-
fC63lonal in tho optician's art. ,
I Eyes Tested Free.
3 73 W. 1st So.. Salt Lake City. 3
,( Telephone 1163.
a W H Efl K AGi3D AND ELDER
& v H nJ 1 H LY. If you aro oexusj
( 1 H ly weak. no mutter
ri ri m t5Si h U Irom what cauao; undo
0 3i) H h a velopod; have ctrtoturo,
sisssmtRjsS vurlr cele. etc. jjr
PBRJPKCT AP?L.IANi,K will cure youT
No drugs or electricity; 73,050 cured and
developed. 10 DAYS TIUAL. Send for
frc3 booklet. Sent oealed. Quaranteed.
Tt'rlte today It. C Eramit, 203 Tabor
Blocks. "Oonver. Colo. j
I At Popular Prices. H
9 American Wall Paper CoJ
6 B. THIKD SOTJTH.
Ozono Co.. -iW-IGO Wabash ove, CW M
caeo. They will oend you nn ordor on H
your druggist for a W-cent bottlS fr K
ff you will Btat. tho lleMbeB
3 t.reatel 2-H. G. F. E. C
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
Delicato enough fo tne softest
skin, and yet efBrwiious in removinr;
any stain- Keops the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable Qftcr-offects of a Turkish
bath- It should be on every wash
stand. ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Spoils Coffin, 'i
Cure the one and avoid the other
by using Hall's Cough Remedy. For i
salo by your druggist.
At Wholesalo by Neldc-n-Juuson .
Drug Co.r Salt Luke, Utah. ?
IMH , , ,,. H
I be Crystal gafe
X 239 MAXN" STREET.
X- M Has Opened.
0 Open day ord night TeL SW1-T
X Troy Orders Solicited.
1 RR I
j; ? 7 e o J
"What you put into your i
2 sjtomach during- the hot weath-
er. Soda water that is prepared j
i by careless and unskillful mix- A
J ers often does more barm than
? good. We pride ourselves on t
the excellence of everything
sorved at our famous fountain, f
jfl Wothing but the purest fruit V
i juices used, nnd quality in all
r ingredients. Wa make our own. ;
ico cream, and know just what
is in it. Our service is unsur-
I 5 passed, and you can't ilnd bet-
, j ter soda water.
i Where the Cars g
$ Stop. I
As a f
hcre"o nothing better Invigorating,
healthful, beneficial. Women especially
TBEER YOU LIKE.
a moot wonderful tonic. Ono or two
(,'lnssfulo each day will assist materially
:n regaining lost strength. For convales
cents nothing cquala it- Reputable phy
I slclano Invariably recommend lis use In
orden a case quarts or pints
1 ne trlul convinces.
Adnm Snyder, Agt, 27G S. Main St
Fred Krug Brewing Go.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
viephono 1061 Y. SALT LAXT
FREE TO MEN.
KY ELECTRIC BELT.
Any man who If weak, rheumatic, full of
pains and aches, growing old and losing
his youthful fire and vlKor. can havo mv
Electric Belt free until ho Is cured. I am
not giving it away unless I fall to euro
you. when you are cured you can pay
me. not otherwise. I don't want money I
don't earn. I don't need it, but I am after
the dollars that nro daily going Into use
less drugging and fake treatments, and I
am willing to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I have done tho
work. So write for my belt today, Inclos
ing thlB ad.
DR. M. T. -I'LAUGHLIN.
931 Sixteenth St. Denver, Colo.
Primry, SacontlEjy or lorfiary BIwd Poison
PonnnnoaUy Cored, Ton can b treated at homn
under samo ennranty. Caplt,-U W00.C00. 7o solicit
o molt obstlnaro coso3. Wo have cured the worst
easej In 15 to 05 day. If 70a have tokon msrenry.
Jodldopouuh and sUll haTo nehos and palna. JIncus
gatehej la Month. Soro Throat, Plaiplcs. Coptvor
Colored bpote. Ulcers on any part of tho body, lieu;
or EjoDrowa falllnc out, irrlte. for proofn of coro
Cok IeHBedy o9
310120HOT55ILlLC3co.II. ljtjo lc fra 1
IVi"Hrf n 1 Jtrt3ftyjgj
75c per ton off anthracite coal dur- I
ing month of June. m
Barton Coal & Lumber Co. I
66 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 803. I
l m ijt n 111 11 ini 1 n 1 m wiuhim
I For the Repair pf
I of phy3Ic.1I IV
I Wear aK Tear I
l Pr-' mon 2cck a Pure I '
1 S-0, tonlcal slimulant I
I U: on account of lb i
8 mrmm ac. purity. I.
j Physicians rec- j j
it ornnicnd and pre- I
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ORdn, Utah. ?
fefcBg-SSAlM H iMI7V-ifflfaBa- ;
The State Bank of UttfhBjM
Corner Main and South. Temple Sts fvl
Salt Lake City. aC'm
JOSTn F. SMITH, President x Kl
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President Wl
CHAULES 3. BURTON. Cashier aSJ
HENRY T. MIEWAN. AbsL Cashier. (M
GENERAL BAITKIKG BUSINESS. 7
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to I
country trade. Correspondence Inv
J. E. Cosgrirr, Pres. E. W. WllFon, Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
NATIONAL BANK )
J. J. "Daly, W. P. Noble, Vlco-Proeldonta.
A. VL Pcabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK :
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Tho Oldeot and Strongest Bank in Utah. '
Surplus.... V .. 51I.373.CC0
Undivided profits )
Transacti a goncral banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks in oil
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, 1 On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check,
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashier
ESTABLISIJED 1841. 1W OFFICES- 1
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G-. DUN & CO., j
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and "Wyoming.
Offico In Progress bldg., Salt Latfo City. t
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. S3MtfO).00. j
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 1859. Incorporate 03.
Transact a Goneral Banking Business. 1
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
j-ESERET NATIONAL BANS,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Luko City. Utah.
Capital, 3500,000 Surplus, 3250,000
1i, 8. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER.
L S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier Asst. Cashier.
, Safe deposit boxon for rent
NATIONAL, BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlce-Presldon:
W. F. ADAMS Cashier,
CAPITAL PAID IN. S300.0W. j
Banking In all Its branches transacted, !
Exchange drawn on the principal cities 1
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
IjcCorntce: & co.,
Bankers. ' )L
Snlt Lako City, Utahj (
I The ficst Whiskey
I Needs no Praise. ii
I Old Cambridge Rye I ;j
5 Old Crow Bourbon I I
THE I I
g ROPER & MAYER. jj (
16-23 W. Secpnd South St. ttj j
A poaltlv una permanent cure fo 9
-ruakenncu and the opium dlacueJ. (M
Thero Is no publlclt. no oleknew. Ladlet ).W
treated on orlvately as at their own bom rim
The Kecly iMUtuto. CM W. So, Ttmpli j
Salt Lakt City. UU ll