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H ( S The Sait JLake Trtote: Monday MoKsTs?Gt Jttste 13, 1904. ""Ji '
H Sued for the Trifling
K Sum of Mi
H'j Her Millionaire Husband
Hj Laughed and Will Pay
ll Judgment Taken by Default in Favor
l of Her Unfeeling- and Anxious
j EW YORK, .Tune IS. Araonjf the
articles that comprise the winter
wardroua of Mrs. Hamilton
TVilkos Cary may be enumerated
unc broad-tall coatvalued at $725: one
slllc lace coat trimmed with -chinchilla
nnd valued at ?6Q0;' one. Russian sable
stole,, valued at 5350; cream net gown,
valued at $400;. one broadtail skirl,
valued at $1200; one pink silk cushion
for lounge, valued at ?100; one white
satin: jewel box. valued at $45; nineteen
hats, average price 53S.C5.
It is not often a woman In Mrs.
Cary's. position Is sued by her dress
maker, but yesterday judgment for
S556S.3S was entered against the hand
1 some wife of the dashing "Ham" Cary
and in favor of a Fifth avenue mll-
Cary .uaiu the bill would be paid Mon
day. He also said he knew nothing
about the suit until Judgment had been
taken, and that Mrs. Cary was so
happy-go-lucky In money affairs that
1 1 she was constantly finding herself In
complications of this sort.
' Mrs. Cary was the fascinating Miss
i Nellie Uostwlck of Westchester and
Hn. N'i!v Y6rk liftcen years ago. Her broth-
is Albert C. Uostwlck and her sister
Mrs. Albert Carstairs. Mrs. Cary's
first husband was Francis Lee Morcll.
A few years after his death she became
Mrs. Cary. Cary Is one of the best
known clubmen in New York. The
j Carys live In Westbury, L. I., and Mrs.
Cary's closest friends are Mrs. Clar-
I f-nce H. Mackay, Mrs. Thomas Hastings
j and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney.
, Bill for Three Months.
The milliners' bill includes gowns and
furs bought between September 21 and
i December 17, 1003. and the Items repre-
j sent only a small part of Mrs. Cary's
j winter supply. Only one gown was
Hlil bought from the milliners.
H" Mrs. Cary obtained credit merely by
mentioning her name. Pier town
H, house. In Xo. SOt Fifth avenue, is sur-
1 1 rounded by those of the Elbridge T.
I, ' werrys, .Mrs. jamcs v. ivcrnocnan anil
I oilier millionaires, and this was an-
, other reason why even the haughty
I .saleswoman tried to please her. it is
said she would wander through the
II shop until a fur coat, a hat or a. gown
1 caught her eye, when she would order
if without stopping to ask the price,
j Vhe milliners said they sent her several
bills, and then, weary of her apparent
indifference, brought suit through
I'hoate, Hanford &. Larocque of No. 10
' Wall atreet. Even after proceedings
were begun, Mrs. Cary disregarded the
i iiffair. Ignoring court summons and
1 Judgments with smiling good nature,
i, 1 On the Westbury estate last night
ary laughed uproariously wlmn ho
heard about the Judgment. He looked
upon It as a good Joke, and said:
i "Upon my -honor, I knew nothing
about the suit until this judgment was
awarded. My wife has not the slight
est idea of business, and she buys any
thing she pleases without considering
i,! the price. Of couifc. her credit should
be good as Government bonds, but she
I Is rather forgetful when the bills conie
x round. 1 might have known thai soun-
r-r or .later'-sh would find herself In a
predicament of this sort.
Will Settle It Today.
K "You inay say for -me this judgment
will be satisfied as soon as I can get
to town In the morning-. Of course, we
shan't MUeslion It. and I am sure cvery
' thing was satisfactory. Mrs. Carv has
j ii headache tonight or I would ask her
'( about the bill. I am sure she would
' say. 'Really, now,' did i owe those peo-
i , itle 5G00O? Ht-3ilc.s. what is ?C000. It
, i will not bankrupt us, J promise you.
"I have known Mrs. Cary on "other
I'tri-iisloiiH to anger trades folk bv her
thoughtless treatment of their ac
L j .-omits. Their collector have come to
me with blood in their eyes and talked
about lawsuits. I have sent thirty of
t litem to Mrs. Cary and she has prom-
Iiftu tier) nine iv pay uieir mils. Then
she laughed and said she did promise,
but forgot and was so busy. This time
"Uglu to teach her a lesson. It is really
such a good joke on Mrs. Cary. You
see. we have been here for several
months 'and that la why the bill was
neglected more than usual."
- Process Servers Received.
After the milliners had brought suit
against Mrs. Cary they had no diffi
culty serving her with a summons. Al
though she had Ignored their "account
rendered" and "please send a check"
, i-oinmunlcatlons, the process servers
( were received courteously In the Fifth
, .ivenue home of thp Carys. A footman
1 In a plush coat took the little old man
Into the pink and gold drawing-room
and Mrs, Cary received him with
j charming politeness.
i "Here are some papers for you," said
the server, trembling at the luxury sur
I rounding him. and fearing Mrs. Cary
would be enraged.
I Mrs. Cary smiled, took Mm legal doc
uments, with their ominous seals, and
"Thank you very much. But what
am I to do with them.7"
it "Read them," he replied.
U' "Here, Francois," said Mrs. Cary to
the butler, "take these to my room. 1
j shall look at them Home day."
I Mrs. Cary smiled her farewells and
1 the process server ambled out. She did
j not appear Jn court and the Judgment
1 was taken by default,
! '"Wasatch Summer Resort.
Hi' Particulars write Alklre,' Wasatch
hotel, via Sandy, or conic seo
iMPPEINiNGS OF A DAY IN UTArT
OQ DEN I
TRIBTJTSTE BRANCH OFFICE, j
H Wanhlncton Ave., Telephone 111 I
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, June 12. The lire depart
ment was called this afternoon to the
residence of O. E. Ohlson, 21 Twenty
sixth. Through a disarrangement of
the alarm system the department made
a run to box :i. at the freight ollice and
before they returned io Jefferson and
Twenty-sixth streets the lire was well
under way. The house Is almost a to
tal loss, a valuable piano being among
the articles, l-oss 52000.
Frank Devoto of this city received
tidings of the death of nls nephew.
Weir D. Coffman, who died at Omaha
Mrs. Joseph Flygare of this city will
leave tomorrow for a visit with friends i
and relatives at Preston,. Ida. j
-Sheriff .James of Uintah county was
In the city today.
In behalf of the'relatlves or the late
Clarence J. Stone, r desire to extend
our thanks to the Woodmen, of the
World for their prompt payment of
the insurance policy for $2000 which Mr.
Stone carried In' that company.
A. J. STQNE.
Albert Doxey, son of Thomas Doxey.
was fatally shot near Willard. Box
Elder county, some time this evening.'
Late tonight a telephone message
from' Willard s-tates that It if a case
of attempted suicide. The message is
to the effect that Doxey made the re
mark some hours before that he in
tended to kill himself. A.v he was but
13 years of age, and there being no
apparent reason why he should do so,
no attention was paid to the threat.
Tt Is said, however, that he appeared
very despondent during the day. Dr.
Rich haa gone from Ogdeu to attend
him. He w.-u alive at midnight, but
very low, ,
The boy Is shot in the temple and
cannot live. He Is a nephew of Samuel
Doxey. teacher of manual training in
the Salt Dake iwhools.
One of the mdpt daring robberies that
ever occurred in Ogden was committed
thif evening on lower Twenty-dfth
street. While the streets were crowded
with people a man stepped Into the
entrance of Stein's pawnbroker shop
and. with a rook wrapped In a cloth,
smashed one of the yide windows and.
extracting eight watches, valued at
about $200, successfully made his es
cape. While Intoxicated tonight. Lee Faulk
ner fell into a pile ot broken bottles
and received several bad gashes about
the head. He wai carried Into Knoth's
drug store, where his wounds were
dressed hy Dr. Dixon.
Nothing new developed In the Moss
case today. Moss If still at the county
jail and will probably be arraigned to
morrow afternoon, when he will at
tempt to secure ball.
PR0V0 WANTS PUBLIC
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Utah, June 12. Dr. F. W.
Taylor and a few other leading citizens
are obtaining signatures to a petition
In favor of erecting a public free li
brary for the city. About COO have al
ready responded. The tax estimate for
doing the necessary work for the li
brary is G31- cents per $1000 In prop
The remains of James T. Ockley, who
was found dead In his bed at Thomp
son's Springs . Wednesday. were
shipped to Nephi for burial.
Considerable political gossip has been
going on among the Utah county poli
ticians during the past week. The lead
en; have been brought together from
! njl parts of the county by the board
of equalization. Provo Is beginning to
line up for the pie, and will ask the
county for one representative, one com
missioner, county recorder and county
clerk. C. A. Glazier and II. S. Pyne
are being talked of for State Treas
urer. According to 'Political Pointers" in
yesterday's Enquirer, one Is made to
believe that Pyne has entirely with
drawn from the race. The statement
was Issued without authority. Mr.
Pnyc has made no announcement to
Born, to the wife of Conductor W. B.
Farr, a twelve-pound son.
Outlook Good at Parowan.
PA ROWAN, June 12. Prospects look
a little brighter for the north end of
Iron county than for some time. The
Colorado. Fuel and Iron company now
has twelve men working on Its Iron
claims on Little Creek canyon and ex
pects to put more on In a short time.
The claims look very favorable and the
managers are well satisfied. The Iron
Is of a very good Bessemer quality.
Everything looks good in the farming
The County Clerk Issued a marriage
license to William S. Benson and Fan
nie Smith, both of Parowan. The wed
ding took place at the home of the
groom'u purents. Mr. Benson is about
22 and the bride Is 17. The bride's
mother died some years ago and the
father is away, but ho sent his consent.
Bean tho Tha Kind Yo'j Ha3 Alrays BoflgN
FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
Via Oregon Short Line,
Saturday. June 11. One fare for round
trip to principal northern Utah nnd
Idaho points. gPe ngCnts for full par
i ticulars regarding limits, etc. Cllj
ticket office, 201 Main street, Salt Lake.
TO HAVE STATE MEET
Special to The Tribune.
LEHT, Utah,. June 13. Postmaster
Roys, secretary of the Utah State- Post
masters' association, was ' in Provo
Saturday In consultation with Post
master Clove, president of the associa
tion. The executive- committee was sent
notices calling it together at Provo next
Wednesday, when u programme will
be outlined for the big gathering of
the postmasters from all over the
State which will be held In Provo on
Senators Kearns and Smoot nnd
Congressman Howell have been invited
and will probably be In attendance.
Communications from the president and
the f-ecreiary of the National Associa
tion of Second njid Third-Class Post
masters expresa the willingness of
these eminent postmasters to attend,
and it is probable that Rome of the of
ficials from Washington also will com.
President Clove and Secretary Rojs
are making personal efforts to pet
every postmaster In the State to enroll
as a member of th association, and
anticipate the coming meet to be a
The Lehl Silver band Is being reor
ganized under the leadership of Prof.
J. Fjeldsted "of the Brigham Voung uni
versity of Provo. Mr. Fjeldsted Is a
member of Prof. Miller's famous or
chestra, which will give a series of
balls at the City pavilion each week
during the summer season.
The Lehl Public School Alumni as
sociation will hold Its reunion this
yeai$on June 23, at the forks of the
American Fork canyon. The ladies
will prepare luncheon and the gen
tlemen will furnish the conveyances.
The committee has selected a de
lightful spot, where all kinds of games
and amusements will be Indulged in.
Among the excursionists who yester
day went to Idaho Falls and Sugar
City were- Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cutler,
Jr., M. W. lngalls, Williams E. Rocker,
Mrs. S. J. Walker. Mrs. Lettie Gud-
munsen and Mrs. Kate KIrkha,m.
Rev. George I. Adams of Westboro,
Mass., who has conducted the Congre
gational church and school in Lehl for
the past year, has gone to his old home
for the summer vacation. It is prob
able that Mr. Adams -will conduct the
school the coming year.
An exciting runaway made things
lively on Main street this morning. The
horse and buggy belonged to G. H.
Smith. Jr., and the buggy was
Some miscreant look the City Mar
shal's bike out of the city hall a few
days ago and has forgotten to return
Miss L5irdie Stoddart, the local "hello"
manager, is taking a vacation at, Gar
land. Miss Leah Bush, who has been in
Grantsville for three months, has re
Fred Harwood, who for the past four
years has been pursuing a musical
course In the East, graduating at the
Broad Street conservatory of Philadel
phia, has returned home.
FOR LOGAN SCHOOLS
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Juno 12. Prof. Daniel C. Jen
sen "was elected Superintendent of the
Ixgan City schools last night by the
Board of Education, the vote being 3 to 2.
By the same vote the salary waa placed
at J15CO per annum. Prof. Mosiah Hall of
the BrlghniTi Young college and Prof. Wil
lard S. Langlou of the Agricultural col-k-ge
were elected associate members of
the city board of examiners. The usual
grist of claim? was allowed and some
needed Improvements for next year were
Prof. Jensen, the now Superintendent,
Is a Utah product, and was born at
Ephratm. June JO. 1S60. He received his
education In the public schools of his na
tive town, the Snow academy, the Uni
versity of Utah, where he graduated from
the normal course in 1SW. and th Brlp
hum Young college, where the degree of
bachelor of arts was conferred In 1902.
He began work In his chosen profession
in ML Pleasant, where for mIx years he
was supervisor of the Ml. Pleasant
schools, during which time he fostered
an excellent system of public education,
ills work attracted the attention of tho
University of Utah, and he was tendered,
and accepted, a position In tne training
school of that Institution. One year later
he was secured by the Brigham Young
college as principal of the training achool
In that Institution, which position he held
lor three years, when he was placed nt
the head of the department of geology ami
mineralogy In the college proper, which
position he held at the time of his elec
tion to tho Superintendence.
Air. .Tonxen has been very successful
throughout his educational career 'and en
ters upon his new duties under favorable
circumstances. His policy will be one of
progression and advancement, endeavor
ing to mnlnlaln the present high standard
of our public schools. Pie will qualify
Tho County Commissioners were sitting
as a board of equalization yesterday.
Some minor matters wctro adjusted, but
the preliminary work has been bo well
done that matters were practically equal
ized without action of tho Commissioners.
Congressman Joseph Howell nnd Na
tional Delegate H. fBullen, Jr., will leave
for Chicago next week to be present at
the National convention.
The delegation to the Stale Democratic
convention has returned, much elated over
the selection of Hon. Joseph Monson as
a National delegate. It Is xlgnlflcant to
note that both delegates, Mr. Monaon and
Mr. Bullcn, hall from tho tmme town, the
little city of Richmond.
Smallpox Is Disappearing.
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT, Utah. June 13. No
late cases of smallpox having devel
oped, and all the former caws being
about well, the Board of Health hza
decided tb raise the quarantine tomor
row. In all the cases the disease has
been In a very light form.
The City Council met last night and
decided to have a celebration here July.
I. The following committees were ap
pointed: Programme, Web Green, A.
Aldrich, F. C. Jensen, Serena Nellson,
Mary Chrlstensen; decoration. Joe W-'se,
A. J. Peterson, N. Gunderson. O. E.
McGohon, Elolse Anderson, Hilda Mod
sen. Zella Seely; amusement, S. D.
Longsdorf, "William Huusen. V. N. Pe
terson, Thomas Braby and . A. H.
1 TRIBUNE BUREAU. I
I 2i 1Jftln strect- Telephone "S-J
Elks to Go zo Provo.
Spoclal to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah. June 13. Th
Elks will hold a special meeting in their
lodgeroom this evening at 6:30 o'clock,
to make final arrangements for their
trip to Provo next week. After tho
business of the meeting Is finished the
members will attend services at the
Methodist church In a body.
This afternoon Park lodge No. 4. K.
of P., observed the memorial day of
the order. The Knights met In thflr
castle hall at 4 o'clock and marched
to Gknwood cemetery, where about
twelve of their brethren lie burled In
the plot belonging to tho lodge. Short
memorial services were held her and
the graves of the deceased members
were strewn with roses and carnatlonfe.
John Shields has purchased the con
fectionery stand of Mrs. Vigor on Park
avenue and Eighth street and will
take possession tomorrow.
Cashier W. W. Armstrong or th-5 First
National bank Is In camp for a few
days or. business. His son, Sherman,
GREAT CROWD FROM
EUREKA IS COMING
Special to The Tribune. 1
EUREKA, June 12. The ball game
between the Battery boys from Fort
Douglas and the Eureka team', sched
uled for today at the local ball park,
was called off on account of the sol
diers being unable for some unknown
reason to make the trip. The next
game that the Eureka team will par
ticipate In will be at the Lagoon to
morrow afternoon and their opponents
will be the Parle City nine. The Eu
reka team will line up as follows: J.
Hcuser, catcher; Jensen, pitcher; King,
first base; Douglass, second base; Beck,
third base; Taylor, shortstop; McFar
land. left field; Hnhn, center field; Mc
Kcan, right field. Jensen, tho new slab
artist, arrived from Salt Lake last
night and will hereafter wear a Eu
It Is estimated that fully 300 people
will go to Salt Lake tomorrow on the
excursion to be run over the San Pedro
line. Nearly all the business houses and
a great many of the mines will close In
order that employees mav have an op
portunity of visiting the capital.
The Eureka Union band, twenty
pieces, will go along to furnish music
for the occasion.
The following general committee has
been appointed to arrange for a cele
bration on Independence day: James
Stack, chairman; Hugh Heffrnan. Gus
J. Henriod, Henry Matsch, Herbert
Hope-s and P. J. Fennel I.
A fine programme of sports', includ
ing horse races, a ball game and drill
ing contests, will be arranged for the
Nick Comes has returned from Den
ver, Colo., where he went as a .delegate
from the Eureka Miners' union to the
annual convention of the Western
Federation of Mines.
Dick Richards came out from Salt
Lake today. He will probably remain
here for the summer and act as official
umpire for the Eureka Athletic asso
ciation. Mrs. Walter Thompson entertained
yesterday afternoon In honor of Miss
Catherine Brown, who leaves tomorrow
for her home at Northfield, Minn.,
where she will be marled to a promi
nent business man on the 26th Inst.
Attorney N. A. Robertson wH I go to
Nephi tomorrow to be present at the
opening of the June term of court.
R. S. Robertson, the North Tlntlc
mining man, will go to Salt Lake next
Tuesday to attend the wedding of his
daughter, which takes place on the
The local lodge of Plks will go to
Provo In a body Wednesday morning to
attend the annual convention of that
order. The local football team will play
the Provo team on the 17th and on the
following duy several well known Tln
tlc miners will compete for the prize of
fered in the drilling contest.
The Cosgrove orchestra appeared
here last night under the auspices of
the local lodge of Elks.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PRICE, Utah, June 13. Following is
a list of petit jurymen who will serve
at the May term of the Seventh Judi
cial District court, commencing June
Andrew Gilbert, Hyrum Dale, Joseph
Muhlsteln and Noah Patten, Winter
Quarters; Andrew Smith. John Wil
liams, J. J. Lloyd, Samuel Kube, John
Samuels, Robert Menzles and Neil
Madsen, Scolleld; H. Smith, Edward
Edwards, Joseph Anderson and John
Hanill, Castle Gate; James Rooney,
Helper; E. D. Fullmer, Spring Glen; J.
B. Millburn. L. Lowensteln and'A. J.
Lee, Price; E. L. Harmon, P. P. War
ren and Frank Warren, Harper; Joseph
Birch. Wellington; Andrew Chrlsten
sen, Wesley Bills and Gwllym .Jones,
Clear Creek; A- Gibson, W. M'agulre
and F. Foreman, Sunnyslde.
North Michigan Through Car Route
Beginning June 26th, drawing-room
sleeping-car will leave St. Louis dally
12:45 noon, returning through Indianap
olis and going forward from Richmond
In "The Northland Limited." Break
fast in dining-car. Petoskey, Harbor
Springs and otlier famous retorts In
the Mackinac region reached next
morning. For particulars communicate
with Geo. T. Hull. District Agent, Den
ver, Colo., or J. M. Chcsbrough, assist
ant general pa-sijenger agent, St. Louis.
Ring up 10&3-Z for all kinds of re
pairs or alterations on your buildings.
Screens and job work a specialty. Es
timates cheerfully given. II. 1 Wil
liams, 1C0 Exiat Svcond South.
Old-Time Campaign Cry
"Stuffed Prophet" May Again
Becoma the Democratic
Hoarst Says Ho Is in Race to -Remain
Groat Principles Underlie His
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, June 12. "What
is the matter with Grover?"
That is a question thousands
are almost certain to ask at St.
Louis In three weeks, as they are now
asking at their homes in almost every
State in the Union.
Cleveland's figure will not down. It
has grown since his first declaration
for Judge Parker, and the magic of his
name is a thing the people delight lo
conjure with. "Cleveland luck."
"Cleveland firmness," "Cleveland hon
esty," and other such expressions arc
rolled under the tongue and used for
texts in the newspapers until the aver
age Democrat finds It possible to speak
the former President's name with more
ease and to find in it more satisfaction
than any other name that has been
urged this year.
"After all," remarked a leader, "the
Democracy could do no better than to
nominate and re-elect Grover Cleve
land. His name would bring together
lens of thousands of men who have
had nothing to do with the Democracy
since it ran wild after the visionaries
of the ninety-six campaign. It would
also bring back to the Democratic
standard many thousand more who
have been affiliating with the Repub
licans. It would alienate many. It Is
true, but Roosevelt's nomination would
alienate an equal number, with the
chances In favor of the Democracy."
Another Democratic leader believes
Parker Is mprely an advance light for
the coming of Cleveland. Ho says
there is so much to suggest this that
any student of events must recognize
the logic of the statemenl.
Cockran May Spring- Sensation.
The story is going the rounds that
the Conservative Democrats may be
the ones to spring a sensation upon the
Democratic convention this year, as
Eryan did in 1S06. Bourke Cockran. It
is said. Is to be offered as the piece de
resistance. If the situation warrants
an effort for Cleveland's nomination,
recognized by all elements of his party
as one of the best. If not the most
dramatic orator of the Democracy, Mr.
Cockran will be prepared to mount the
rostrum at a minute's notice and touch
off the spark for Cleveland's nomina
tion. His effort In that role. It is point
ed out, might be all the more effects e
because he was the man who held tho
Democratic convention In 1802 spell
bound while he made his famous
speech declaring that Cleveland was u
popular man on every day of tho year
except on election day. Cockran, as all
know who have studied his political
record, would not be at nil abashed In
espousing this year the candidate
whom on that occasion he denounced
as unable to carry New York or the
nation. It Is said on the highest au
thority that despite what Senator Mc
Carren or any other Parker boomer In
New York may say, Senator Gorman
is not affiliated with the Parker move
ment, but in fact is slyly antagonistic
Hearst Will Stick.
Hearst Is In the race to stay. He has
but recently declared: "I have no In
tention of withdrawing, nor has any
change been made" in any of my plans.
The newspapers. make frequent
changes in these plans, but I have
made none, and my name will be pre
sented to the St. Louis convention and
He has also given out this statement:
"The question of my nomination for
the Presidential office by the St. Louis
convention is, to me as well as to the
party, one of minor Importance when
comnarcd with' the real nrobloms th.-if
the convention must determine.
"My own candidacy is of no moment
except as lt bears.on the greater ques
tion of whether -the Democratic party
shall be dominated by that element
which does not look beyond the offices,
or whether what I have been pleased
to term the 'Progressive Democracy'
"I do not regard the Presidency as
an end, but ns an opportunity. I would
not deem It worth while merely to be
pointed out as the man who Is Presi
dent, but I would give all I possess to
be pointed out as the man who, when
President, stopped the trusts from rob
bing the people."
It Is clear from the two statements
that the New York Congressman and
newspaperman Is not weakening be
cause of the fierce fire that has been
made on him. He has the second
largest vote pledged to a candidate,
Parker barely leading. He Is already
being treated -with by the anti-Parker
men, and will be a factor at St. Louis,
though In no wise longer a formidable
j candidate for President.
No man is nearer the goal, the poli
ticians argue, than he was months ago,
but Cleveland's peculiar station prom
ises much In certain contingencies.
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
I ST. LOUIS. June 12. The recorded ad.
j missions to the World's fair for the week
! ending last night shows a .total of paid
and free admissions of l&?,22$, which in
100,000 more tha.n durins any previous
week. The statement follows: Monday
Juno 6. 65.430; TuusdMy, t.172; Wednesdny
HJbcrty Bell day). 131.951; Tlmredav, 70.
&K; Friday, $4,823; Saturday, '7,310; "total
The paid attendance yesterday was the
hirKest since the opening da the r-conl
showing that CS.407 persons paid tho en
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you don't pay mo
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J. i U 1 Beware of Imlta
I I Uons. The Roniilne
1 , Dr. Sanden Beit can
3 A only be had at my
V establishment as be
tt low. Standard for
forty years. Call today and take n belt
along or write for one and my two books
DR. T. N. SANDEN,
997 Maricct St. San Francisco, Cal.
I Our Good Glasses Bffl
Will Help 9
Your Poor Eyes. a a
Eye tests free and satisfac- j Hj
tion guaranteed. n
tJ NEVER bt
USE THE S3
5feS FLOUR OF N$
y THE HOUR
j NeIdenJudson Drug Co,
6 WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. j
I CIGARS A SPECIALTY. j
i FOSTOFFICE BOS 370. j
i KDW C. SMITH. Pres. E
J JOHN P. COBB. Vlcc-Prco. & Mgr. fi
S JNO. J. JUDSON, Treas.
F. L. PKARL, Sec. J
T TNION ASSAY OFFICZ:,
LJ M. S. HANAUEIt. Manager.
Removed to 152 South "VT. Temple,
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recelvo prompt attention. Analytical
work t. specialty. Send for prioo lint,
Fumes From Tobacco Make Fire
v Fighting- a Very Serious Matter
at New York.
Nr EW YORK. June U'.-Thlrty firemen
were temporarily overcome- by lo-
bai co smoko and .fumes from alco
hoi early today while fighting a lire
in I'oltx cafe, on Broadway. The flro was
confined lo the sub-cellur In wh'lch llqtiois
and cigars were stored, and tho fumes
and the dense Miioke from tho burning
cigars hindered the llremen to such an
extent that they were compelled to work
in twp-mlnute relays. During the lire an
ambulance surgeon was stationed near by
in care for the llromen. whoso eyos caused
them Intense nuln nfter each rush Into
the smoke. The damage to ihe restaurant
J10O.0OO. The upper Moors o the
building. were occapled bv wholesale mil
liners, nnd the loss on their stock, which
was practically ruined by the ymokc, is
also nlaced at ilOO.000.
Another early morning fire In the wanh
liouse and storage bouae.s of the Jacob
Hoffman Brewing companv. In East Flft -fifth
street, caused a loss estimated at
Visited Washington's Tomb.
WASHINGTON, June 12. The mem
bers of the honorary board of Filipino
commissioners visited the tomb of
George Washington today as the guests
of tho United States Navy. Assistant
Secretary Darling acting as host.
This popular remedy never falls to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And ALL DISEASES arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
The natural result is Rood appetite
iindsolldflc.sh. Dose small; elegant
ly suRarcontcd and easy to swallow.
Take No Substitute.
For boys, mlsses
drcn. High top, f
nnd kangaroo, Wt e-
Ho Danger froJfl
vrith these shoes
Misses' 13 1-3 to 2 .. Qflp
Child's 8 1-2 to 13 ..$ljp
Boys' 13 1-2 to 2
Youths' 8 1-2 to 13 ..ffil jBl
258 SOUTH MAIN
jP IS CI' PED BY W
K Aiitlblllous Granule
Th. v contain J ist tli propt V
Uox- of tho best Insauvei
know ii A dose rack ril;fc
fevfl c.iuses regular natural bod Bi
movement evcrv morning ckac
ftfS Iiik out and toning up the nhc! m'
Ajk sytem. Not a purgative THET K.
KS (TRE CONSTIPATION t B
4& cause the "pill habit ' V tru:
Pj5 prn them. 23c per bottl, IB
i Drisehl & Franken, I
H DRUGGISTS, M
fijr) Southeast Corner Main ad B?
Third South Streets, Salt S
jMj' Lake City.
Ijjfc Agents f-r Itcxnll Prcparallo-i
j& Any article in our wtst
$C -window, 10c ,
a? Something New Everj
P 25c Towel Hods,
20c Kitchen Fork,
RT 20c Brcitd Knife,
Ar 25c Set Spoons, '
ffi Your Choice
27-29 W. 3rd So, '
Pormanontly CnwL You can U VvyVp
oador r amo cnarantr. Cap! tw ,
the most obstinate cases. WbAv,cOvaert n:
COS9S in 15 to 05 diye. " yon h takes a
lodlilo powsh and still bnvo achw awl P "(w,
Patches in Mouth. Sow ThroaU JzVidy.S
Colored Spots. Ulcer on any pari of tw fa
or Eyebrows falllnc out. -writt. frl?;
SIO MiCOHQ Km!. CiiCira. ILL IvJ-ff
I Needs no Prnisc.
I Old Cambridge Ry
Old Crow Bourbon
fc! ROPER i MATER.
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