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1 1 ! j ?!i , 4 eds Satt Lake Tribune; Sunday Moknxktg-. Jvke 12, 1904- ft
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II MINERS ISSUE :
Strikers' Side Trouble
in Colorado. '
i!,! -ySjj Reply to Statements Mad by
J j;' ; ' j Gen. Bell and Rfline-Own-
i i Jlil ? ers' Association.
I 1 jjiuK Declare Cause Is of Lang Standing
J J'lj and Involves Violation of
j ' " - Agreements.
Hi "''' H v ENTER, June 11. The executive
' f, jj D I board of the Western Federation
HT $1"'(f of MIners today issued a state-
' ment regarding- the situation in
Hf ',: v " Cripple Creek, In reply to the statc-
i ' i ' ' ments by Gen. Sherman M. Bell and
Hf q ll Secretary C. C. Hamlin of the Cripple
HL . Creek district Mine-Owners' associa-
V ,' lion. It Is as follows:
H ' , i "The cause of the strike of the West-
j ! H rn Federation of Miners In Colorado
I ,i j I j te one of lone standing and Involves the
Hr ' ' , ,1; p tallure on the part of the mine man-
Hu i. . 1 I igers in various parts of the State to
HT'i ' ' Mve UD t0 their own written agrec-
j 1 , ; menls. As far back as 1SS4. as a result
I , jj of a strlko at that time, the mine-own-
HL ! ' I1 i i ""s agreed that eight hours should con-
, 1 . ttltute a day's work; that the minimum
y V i , lay wage should be ?3, and that there
J' 11 l( ihould be no discrimination against
i v 'j union men In the hiring and discbarg-
H ! ' i ' lne of labor. At the outset of the trou-
Bi! 1 ji jj, ble Manager MacNeill of the Standard
Hjf i ' 1 i mill at Colorado City peremptorily dls-
H'j i, charged forty men, members of the
Hi', ' Western Federation of Miners, for no
Hl' ' other reason than that they had be-
Hh ( ' jjki come union men. All of these were old
B' ' Employees of from two to six years'
B) Ij! Handing. Mlllmcn are affiliated with
Hjll , j l Ihe "Western Federation of Miners and
H ' j'l ire entitled to all of the protection that
HL 4'! 1 fey wltn eucn rnemberBhlp. Today the
H) , 5nly questions Involved are the en-
HV i .'orcement of the eight-hour day, the
Hjt' right of men to organize in the unions
Hl- ji, tmd to prevent discrimination against
Hl , :Li Union men of all kinds.
I j ! Responsibility for Lawlessness.
.i j ' ! "The responsibility for the lawless-
H 1 ! I J aess connected with the contest rests
) i "I ( I' entirely on the shoulders of the mine
1 i 1 - sperators, the Citizens' alliance and
i j I their allies, backed up by the ready
2. ' , j power of the State government, The
Vr ", i responsibility has been placed on these
B , J j ' persons and organizations by District
k 1 1 fudge Theron Stevens, who denounced
Hl ' J . I the military usurpation In Tellurlde In
r 1 i ! i 'fl itrong language, from the bench; by
'(''Nlfr District Judge J. Walter Dixon (Re-
BHn ' r ' 'riB publican), who openly condemns Gov.
i Peabody and severely criticises his acts
jnyol-eing the deportation of men from
I j; ihe State without trial or other chance
t ''i i' ' i; pt hearing; by ex-Gov. Charles S.
At Thomas, who plainly points to the
1 . if Mine-Owners' association and Citizens'
Hl ' 1 jl alliance as being responsible for the
I j V i , many outrages committed on the per-
V A i ' l Jons oC helpless and Innocent miners;
," I' V r ,nd by the recent Democratic State
I, i1! i! convention, which denounced in scath-
' i ' .jji ; Ing terms the line of policy pur-
fi Ml ued
HTj 'jj; What Federation Alleges.
' ' , it "The events of the present week in
1( ' !jl ' ' I the Cripple Creek district Justify every
Hl' ' IJ 'fl1 iccuatlon contained above. The fol-
Hr' 5 ' I'- tii lowing crimes upon citizenship have
Ifii' fs '''''Iff followed swiftly upon one another: The
ft ,( i ,l resignation of Sheriff Robertson of Tel-
11 'I 1 IB ler cunty. forced by a mob nt the
! f,M point of a pistol and a coll of rope;
.7, ' ;jt j the forced resignation of Coroner Do-
i i 1 y j ran of Teller county, of the City Mar-
H;.' i' j I !M 3 hal of Victor, of various Aldermen and
i' , i lustlces of Die Peace in the district;
H' , r)n tlie ent'r0 official director!" of the city
H I'' I ' nil 5f Goldfleld; assault upon and demo-
i I a (itlon of the Union hall in Victor; for-
'111 :lhle entrance into the four union co-
i ' u ' () perative stores and destruction of the
H-t i j '(. jlj contents; destruction of the Victor
l ' lit Dally Record by an armed mob; inva-
B )i II? ilon of Dunnvlllc, outBide the military
. v,i j lines, by an armed forc under mlll-
Bir f 'SJ :arJ' command, arrest of men at their
H yti n'ork and incarceration within the mll-
j II 'irjl tar' lines; hundreds of men confined
: 31 unsanitary bull-pens; forcible shut-
H) , I Jown of the great Portland mine, em-
' MH ploying union men, by order of the
j; ') 'jilr military commandant, on the plea of
1 i military neceslty, and srubsequcnt de-
B ' portation of the men therein employed.
B ; ' i' j Photographs Harked Miners.
!' ' s'jj "Photographs of marked miners re-
Ht ' I (erred to by Gen. Eell, who, he claims,
Si, p,'ere marked for death, must be re-
jji , I rarded as an invention of his own
Htlt I - 1 Brain. The photographs in question
Mlt t1 re those of strike-breakers and were
m , 'k t l II wpt for tho purpose of publishing a
B. I l l icab.llst, with the pictures of the men
i, n iccompanying their description,. eo that
BWjj h , ; ' ill members of organized labor all over
fl i ' III Iho country would become thoroughly
BBK 'rjj; j l icqualnted wjth these men who have
ml i' '' l If committed treason to themselves and
Pft j l III :o their classes. Theee pictures are
jiy1 ' ' I I aothing more than those having charge
S . i' Ij f the strike in the district have pub-
Ij i Jl rlcly used for many months.
Hjy J j ' . ll Can Vote 011 a Strike.
VIl'ui I' I "Charges that miners are not al-
M t y. I sowed to vote on questions of strike
JIL Jj, ire utterly absurd. As a matter of
Mf , fact, according to the constitution of
K i I tll 'ea16"5 Federation of Miners, It
H'l 1 1 j a absolutely impossible for the execu-
M I. 1 .I fl ! live board to call a strike of Its own
h, .1 I I rolltlon. The present strike Is a result
L1, f li ! M a. direct vote of the members of the
BBVAV Jr ii rarlous unions In the district, which
Vi 'h f left the matter entirely In the hands
in f properly delegated authorities for ad-
if )' n ; y, ludlcatjon and settlement.
' ! rji, I Investigating- Committee.
Hk, fll I "The twelfth annual convention re-
f lr jf eently held in Denver appointed a spe-
H i Jl ; :lal investigating committee consisting
1 I t 11; '! Malcolm Crillls of Butte. Mont.; H.
mI ',! (ij it B. Seaman of Rossland, British Colum-
H 'll ln and ' E A1Icn of Dillon, Wyo
H 1 I 1 1: ! which committee made a special inves-
1 i, j Jj1'. ligation by a visit to the Cripple Creek
f ' j P aistrJct only last week, and reported
HD . ', I ,h lis :o the convention that the constitution
K 1 'i '( M ?f the Western Federation of Miners
V I in sad been observed to the minutest dc-
MB ' i
tail during the entire prosecution of
No Deaths Have Occurred.
"Absolutely no deaths have occurred
during the contest for which the West
ern Federation of Miners can or ought
to be held responsible. Somo fifteen
men were killed In the Stratton Inde
pendence mine through the incompe
tency of the men employed and tholr
culpable negligence of the manage
ment. These men were unfamiliar
with the work, and were such as this
mine and other mines in the district
have been compelled to employ at the
behest of the Mine-Owners' Employ
"We arc unfortunately forced to
abide by the acts of an unbridled mili
tary despotism that Is driving our
members from pillar to post. Their
fortitude under these circumstances is
the marvel of the age and shows the
Western Federation of Miners is com
posed of the highest type of American
, citizenship. Our attitude is fully ex
pressed by the following telegram:
Message to Roosevelt.
"Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President
of the United States. Washington, D.
C: A duty devolves upon you as
President of the United States to inves
tigate the terrible crimes that are be
ing perpetrated In Colorado In the name
of law and order. We will render every
possible assistance to the proper au
thorities In such investigation, to the
end that the peoplo of the country
might realize the outrages that are be
ing Inflicted on Innocent persons by
those in temporary ofllcial power. W.
D. Haywood, Secretary."
Serve as Chairman
Will Preside Over Colorado Delega
tion and Make Speech Nomi
DENVER. Colo.. June 11. Edward
O, Wolcott will serve as Chairman
of the Colorado delegation to the
National Republican convention
in Chicago, June 21. It has been re
ported that Mr. Wolcott was in Carls
bad, Germany, taking the baths, and
that he would not return In time for the
convention. Secretary Cochrane of the
Republican State central committee to
day received word from Mr. Wolcott
that he would start from New York
for Chicago Juno 18, a week from to
day, and would join the Colorado party
on its arrival from the West. It is re-,
ported that Mr. Wolqott will make a
speech nominating Senator Fairbanks
of Indiana for Vice-President.
"Wreaths Placed Upon Ccskets Con
taining Bodies of Uncoln and
CANTON. O., June 11. Simultane
ously today floral wreaths of
similar design were placed on the
casket containing the body of the
late President McKinley in tho receiv
ing vault of Wesleyan cemetery here,
and on the tomb of President Lincoln
at Springfield, 111. The Lincoln league
of St. Louis provided both wreaths, fol
lowing an annual custom. Mrs. Mc
IClnley personally attended to the
placing of tho wreath on the casket in
the Wesleyan cemetery.
Has Nowhere to
Lay Bis Head
London Hotel Managers Refuse to
Furnish Dowie, His "Wife and
LONDON, June 1L John Alexander
Dowie arrived here today from
Holland and made a tour of the
hotels, accompanied by his wife
and son and escorted by deacons. In
search of accommodations. Every
where he met with refusal, as the hotel
managers are afraid of a repetition of
the rowdyism which marked Dowle's
former stay here. Ultimately, being
unable to find lodgings, Dowle proceed
ed to the Zionist headquarters. The
headquarters have been connected with
the police telephones, In anticipation of
a possible onslaught by a mob.
YOU CAN'T BUY
A safer or more reliable remedy for the
Stomach, Liver or Kidneys than the
celebrated Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
With a 50 YEARS' RECORD of. won
derful cures back of it, no stronger ar
gument for a trial can be presented.
as never been
Um?N STOMACH known to fall In
Ifyj mBjj&$W Nervousness,
ObH Sajggg6g,Qoneral Debility,
HPlI W3QBEm Dyspepsia or
nKMfiMK i)iffl)iSHB Malarial Fever.
EefljPS3 tlet 'toda:
awjiTtfaaaafe and test it9 mer
UlWBaasSSjwJ? it for your own
fj'lyjnY RatiHfactlon. The
mjMtmm our private
'BqpgjgBaiMllry nT'',IP over 1110
Saves Life of Boy
Fights His Way Through Flames
and Rescuoa Four-Year-Old
SAN FRANCISCO, June 11. Gua
Engleke Is today the hero of the
San Francisco fire department.
At tho risk of his life he fought
his way through flames and blinding
smoke at a fire on Vanderwater street
and rescued four-year-old Masso Las
etto, who had been left alone in the
burning building. He threw his own
rubber coat over the face of the child
and saved It, though on returning to
the street he fell fainting into the arms
of his companions of Engine company
69. As soon as ho recovered he re
joined his mates and fought the fire
until It was under control. The child's
mother Is employed in a cannery, and it
had been her custom to lock the boy in
a bed room when Bho leaves home In
the morning, where he remained until
the Big low
What the Figures Given Out by the
Executive Board of World's
ST. LOUIS. June 11. The executive
board of the Louisiana Purchase
Exposition has announced the of
ficial attendance figures for May
as follows: Paid admissions, G42,
02S; admissions by pass, 9S5.427. The
largo number of pass admissions is ex
plained by the fact that thousands of
workmen were employed at the grounds
The attendance at the fair during the
past Ave weeks stands as follows:
First week 137,703
Second week , 1S3.171
Third week 257.611
Fourth week 259.900
Fifth week 37S.U6
) 5 0 0 For Wom H
WHO OANMOT BE OUFIEB.
So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce'a
Favorite Prescription proven in all forms
of Female Wcaknes9, Prolapsus, or Falling
of Womb, and Lcucorrhca, that, after over
a third of a century's experience in curing
the worst cases of these distressing and
debilitating: ailments. Dr. Pierce now feels
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 In
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure.
It Stands Alone. The "Favorite Pre
scription" stands alone, a9 the one and
only remedy for these distressingly com
mon forms of weakness, possessed of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant ita makers in proposmg, and
binding themselves to forfeit, as we, the
undersigned proprietors of that wonderful
remedy hereby do, to pay thc sum of $500
in legal money of the United States in any
case of the above diseases in which after a
fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;
no other medicine for woman's ills is pos
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
in making such an offer ; no other remedy
has ouch a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer.
Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
insult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "it is ju6t as good."
Insist on having the article which has a
record of a third of a century of cures and
which Js backed by those willing to forfeit
$500 if they cannot cure you.
In cases attended by a Icucorrheal drain
a solution of Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets
should be used conjointly with the use of
the "Favorite Prescription." They are sold
by all druggist or sent post-paid to any
address, on receipt of 25 cents in stamps.
Send 31 cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address
World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Weak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence is held as strictly private.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce'a Pellets cure biliousneea.
You Ought to See Our
Shoe and Oxford
Regular $3.50 Grades
In Black and Tan
238-240 Main St. 'Phone 695
J SPECIAL. I
3 75o per ton off anthracite coal dur- I
IJ Inc month of June.
Barton Coal 8c Lumber Co. I
K 66 "W. 2nd So. 'Phone 808. I
Blight's Disease and
San Francisco, May 30, 1901.
To the Women of Salt Lake City:
Some of you have loved ones stricken
with Brlght's Disease or Diabetes. Let
me give you hope. I can speak because
T know. I was stricken with Diabetes
myself. Only Diabetics can understand
the tortures the hopelessness. I went
to the Women's hospital (one of our
best). They told me I was Incurable.
I grew morse (sugar was 11 per cent),
and went to the Cooper Medical College
for examination. Same verdict Incura
ble. Thoroughly discouraged, I went
home to die. A Mrs. Clark, then living
at 1013 Larkln street, called to tell me
there was a cure and where to get It.
The third week the dreadful thirst di
minished. I began to sleep better and
in a year I was completely well.
I have a large boarding house on the
corner of Powell and Sutter. One of the
boarders Is William White, formerly
deputy city assessor. He had to give
up his position due to Brlght's Disease
had been In both St. Luke's hospital
and the Waldeek sanitarium without
result when I learned what the trouble
was and told him he could get well.
He was swollen with dropsy, albumen
was heavy, heart was Involved and he
felt sure he could not recover. In a
month he began to mend and Is now
perfectly well. To the women of Amer
ica I want to say that Chronic Brlght's
Disease and Dlabetc3 are positively
Mrs. Katherlne Matthewson.
The above Is strictly true.
The above refers to the newly-dlscov-ercd
Fulton Compounds, the first cures
the world has over seen for Brlght's
Disease and Diabetes. We are the sole
agents. Ask for pamphlet.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lako City.
When to suspect Brlght's Disease
puffy ankles or hands weakness with
out visible cause kidney trouble nfter
third month smoky urine frequent
urination falling vision one or more
WORLD'S FAIR DAY
Wednesday, June 15
Two round trip tickets and one Pullman
sleeper to tho World's fair, given away,
also 50 In cash.
First prize, one round trip ticket and
Second prize, ono round trip ticket.
Third prize, J25 cash.
Fourth prize. $15 cash.
Fifth prize, ?10 cash.
Each ticket entitles the holder to 10c In
trade, also a chance In the grand draw
ing nt 9:30 p. m. Tho drawing will bo
conducted by a committee selected from
the audience; a little girl blindfolded will
draw the lucky numbers.
Concert Sunday After
noon and Evening by
Utah State Band.
21 Prizes, worth over $0000,
Given to those who attend.
REMEMBER THE DAT,
Wednesday, June 29
Thos. W. Partridge. Salt Lake Real Es
tate Association, 5C Commercial block,
ticket seller. P. O. box K7.
field's Band Concert
An exceedingly fine programme will be
given this aftoruoon.
A posltlva aDa permanent cure for
runkennee and the opium dlooaaca.
Teere la no publicity, no Bloknesa. Lad It
irjatod aa privately as at their own home.
Th Keefy IiurtltuU. tUW.Ba, Temrd
ft&U Laka city. Utah.
READY! ARE YOU? Darin Q C
You will be when you read the big ad. on UC 5" jOCICty
THE GREATEST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD.
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock.
F. HUERBHeH & BRO.
When you buy jewelry
or a watch. The pleasue
In knowing that you have
the best made, constitutes
tho great part of the value
The Best Goods.
$50,09 IN GOLD
mm AS PRIZES
Any Boy or Girl Under 15 Years
Can Win Gonerous Prizes Offered
by "The Roavis System."
Every lad and lasslo under 15 years of
age will be Interested In this contest for
nulf a hundred dollars in good United
States gold coin.
This splendid prize has been hung up by
Mr. J. Donnan Rcavls. originator of
"THE KEAVIS SYSTEM" of homy build
ing, to dc divided anions the bright boys
or girls, under 15 years, who mnko tho
greatest number of English words from
the letters contained In the famous adver
"WHOSE ROOF IS OVER YOUR
The occasion of this generous offer on
tho part of "THE RE AVIS SYSTEM" Is
to promote Interest, not only In tho homu
building business of the donors, but also
to draw attention to the excursion and
picnic of THE REAL ESTATE DEAL
ERS' ASSOCIATION, which will be held
at Saltalr June 23.
At this picnic, which promises to be the
grcatcpt over held In Utah, the award of
the prizes ofTorcd by "THE REAVIS
SYSTEM" will bo announced, and tho
prizes will bo given to the boys or girls
innklng the three largest lists of sepa
rate words. To the highest estimator
goes the first prize. $25; second largest.
?15; third largest, $10-all jn shining gold
If tho winners arc present at Saltalr on
the day of the picnic the additional sum
of $5 will be added to each prize, and the
money will be paid from the music stand
of the dancing pavilion. If, however, tho
winners are not present, their names will
bo announced June 30 In tho newspapers,
and tho money will be paid on demand at
the ofllcc of "THE REAVIS SYSTEM,"
32-31 Main street
Threo prominent citizens WILLIAM
IOLEHEART. manager of the Salt Lake
Herald; PERRY S. HEATH, publisher of
The Salt Lako Tribune, and HORACE G.
WHITNEY, manager Dcseret Evening
News will act ns Judges, and absolute
fairness will govern the awards.
The estimates, as received, will bo
dropped Into a scaled metal box, the keys
of which will be In the hands of tho
In order to give tho Judges time to In
spect tho estimates so as to make an an
nouncement of tho awards on tho day of
the Real Estate Dealers' picnic, Juno 23,
tho contest will closo June 27 at 6 p. m ,
and no estimates after that time will bo
As the estimates arc received tho tlmo
of arrival will be stamped upon the en
velope, so as to deal out Justice to all cs
tlmaters. We have endeavored to plainly stato tho
conditions under which the prizes will bo
given, but In order to Insure absolute fair
ness to all of the contestants, It has been
decided to append a fow simple rules gov
erning tho contest, manner of awards, etc,
FIRST Any boy or girl under 15 years
of ago Is eligible to win the prize In this
SECOND The alphabtcical letters In
the six words. "WHOSE ROOF IS OVER
YOUR HEAD?" may be used-as often as
desired, tho only aim being to construct
tho greatest number of words from the
letters contained therein.
THIRD Plurals or possesslvcs will not
bo considered new words.
FOURTH Synonyms will bo considered
as new words.
FIFTH Christian names, names of
towns, scientific terms. Bible names and
mathematical terms will be counted.
SIXTH Each word must be numbered
consecutively, so as to simplify the work
of the Judges.
SEVENTH Use Ink or typewriter In
writing your estimate, and write only on
ono sldo of tho paper. Ruled paper is
EIGHTH In case of a tic for any of
tho nrlzca. the amount of tho prize will
be divided equally among the tie estl
maters. NINTH Only one cstlmato can be made
In ono name.
TENTH Tho words "WHOSE ROOF
IS OVER YOUR HEAD?" will not be
counted ns new words.
ELEVENTH Seal your estimates in an
envelopo and nail It or deliver it In per
son addressed to
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM."
"WHOSE ROOF IS OVER YOUR
32-34 Main st. "The Z. C. M. I.'s oppo
site." Salt Lake City, Utah.
TWELFTH Each contestant will fill
out his or hor estlmato In tho manner
atatod below, and falluro to do so will In
validate your claim to tho prize.
FORM OF ESTIMATE.
"Whose Roof la Over Your Head?"
Tho Rcavls System, Ground Floor
Security Trust Building, 32-31
This la the ?nal estimate of
Full name. State address 'plain
ly. Simply copy this form In ma
king your estimate.
WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
Ark., Cleburno Co., 270 A & Impts.
Can., Dlst. Albortu. 100 A. tillable- luml.
Can., B. C, Chllllwack, res. & ground.
Colo., Madera Co., stocked ranch. 360 A
Colorado Springs, 6-r. house & lot.
D. C, Washington, Unlvorslty Park
Chicago, flat house, N. Francisco Ave.
lnd adjoining Richmond, 30 bldg. lots
Me., Waldo Co., good 200 A. farm.
Macs., Everett, bldg. plot -H23 eq. ft.
Boston, Melrose, modern res. ,fc Jot
Mich,. L'Anse, modern 15-r. res. & 2 lots
overlooking Lake Superior.
Mich., MuBkcgpn Co., 1G0 A. fruit land.
Minn , St. Louis Co., 320 A. nno Iron ore
land; excellent prospects.
Mo Wobstcr Co., 91 A. & Impts,
Okla, Appalachla, 2 good bldg. lots.
Pa., Chest or Co., good 103 A. farm
Tex., Harris Co.. 5 A. truck land. "
Va., Carollno Co,, lis A. v"c fmpts.
Pressing & laundry bus., Washington,
-, ami Jewelry bus., stock, store and
1 rin, '" CUyAIIch.; modrn Impts.
Cider Mill, 10-r. res. & store, 1 A.
Grlggstown, N J.; excellent site for Ulq-
W. ii OSTRANDER, N. A. Bldg.t Phil.
Rothes for 'active men. I
The harder you are on yonr clothes the more i '
! reason for being sure they're Hart SchafTner & 'I k
Marx clothes. jl
Notice in our illustration the double-breasted ! ll ;
j 'Varsity, tbe three-button, single-breasted 'Varsity, ! 'J t
i and the three-button regular sack suits; all Hart' '
i Schaffner & Marx made. I
i These clothes fire not only made to look well, ) J
but they're made for wear. And as long as they ! jl 1
j wear they look well. You will find them the most ' Wm
J economical clothes you ever had, both for the ser- -.IN
j vice they'll give you and for the satisfaction in ap- )H
pea ranees you will get.
We can satisfy any man with our clothes; we're If
here to do it for you. '
H. S. & M. Suits 15 to 30. .
Richardson & ftdams, I
172 Main St. 'Phone 458,
1p FOUND $7001;
To thCj rercnants' Protects
30&sfflML w Yours of the 16th Inst, to hanl
m3r S and contents noted. In obUlnlur
yWr- j settlement of this claim for ns
iMlw&Cy vfr you have accomplished what all
Jr others have failed to do. Thli
2?JZ claim was about twelve ycuj
N V -i? old' For four or flve It was
in the hands of attorneys for col- ' I
lection, and was returned to ms i
I as worthless. It is equal to j
J700,00 found, and I desire to commend you for your perseverance aed I
success. Yours truly. JOHN MOUNTEER, Grocer, I
102G Second Street
Does anyone owe you? Do you want It? I
We will collect It. That's our 'business. J
Merchants' Protective Association
I SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF. BAD DEBTS, 1 )
Francis G. Luke. General Manager. Top floor, Commercial Block
Salt Lake City. '
J'SOIEPLE I . j
Any article in our west
Something- New Every
25c Towel Rods,
20c Kitchen Fork, C
C 20c Bread Knife, TS
25c Set Spoons,
1 C I
C BrubaRer-Campbeli f
J Hardware Company
27-29 W. 3rd So.
I How to Put Up ::
a Prescription :':
" With skill and caro that 1b neceo
' aary to provont mistakes, is a part "
?nmnnbli?lneM cxirlence and "
caution have made perfect. Our "
new prescription department Is "
.I p& wltl a11 the latt appli- "
- Seai?iT, nccu,rate wor. ancT we
use nothing but the purest and .
frtsh,?8t ,drucs' ur reputation in I
5 this lino Is securing for us the best
. clientele In tho city, and If
.. haven't your trade, we should bavo
. a part of It.
Welcome. Stop in. All cars Btart "
' rrom -
MMMIHIIHllliti) f 4-f
& Stove Co,
Geo. M. Scott's Old Stand,
Phono 71S, Either Lino,
S jf Tho "Y and P j;
tTrtO FilinS CabbfasJ'
g pdopted by ths St I
Hg Louis Exposition. I
Don't Abase Yonr Eyes
BY CONTINUING TO OVERTAX (
THEM WHEN IT IS EVIDENT j
THEY NEED RELIEF. BUT
ADOPT THE SENSIBLE PLAN t
OF OBTAINING PgRFECi
FITTING GLASSES. THE KIND
RUSHMER MAKES. AND THUS
PRESERVE THE EYESIGHT In
GOOD CONDITION FOR JfAJx
j 'Phone 176S-K. 73 W. 1st South SL
Spells Cofflff .
Cure the one and avoid the other j
by uslns Hall's Cough Remedy. r
sale by your druggist. JliH
At Wholesale by Nelden-Judson IM
Drug Co., Salt Lake, TJtaQlM
T TNION ASSAY OFFICII, W
U m. a. HANAUER, 1
Removed to 1E2 South Y rpiiSN '
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND WgJ .
will rooelve prompt atnUonjAgwi- i