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Tr.nc it- BARGAINS.
NK THES EL- r. - tge,
tift iffit tra well du y- 2 w ol
m?r; We lorn Ifty. $1800; W20 cash.
-Mrte? oB' Better than rent-
mion:,-" close In, northeast, city
5Bffl Wehts, good-sized lot. JITCO.
""f counts bide.. ?17W. Sec mo
KtifW "d So. X1377
"S-TTrTv'lO RODS, H ST.. NEAR
iBHPiScr Add. N 53. Tribune.
itUTi-rnrpRrssED BRICK. CITY
'coSSnSt KX123 It.. 9th B.
jfeSii So., near 11th Ens,
rBfr rnJ South. 130S
'rTSKrniriNAKB RIVER VALLEV.
a iWL?,c.Vi- of water, close to market.
S&RiKJe or Part or give right party
.Rfti? mon"' Fplcndld chance to
4?W$82.M a home. For full partlcu-
!fe V E Roblneon. 352 2Uh st..
OjE. mod. brick
"fiSKSBe??"to"5 clec" 1,gnta:
JKriiturffl. . ,
Ke; 3tks nor. of
iK hou" cnnnt be
& !lc!ted lor the
r- tfcV grounds, whlco
uHt li a barpaln.
Kider Walker's bartr. xllW
TBsi'iieal epot for a home; opposite Llb
&Mir'k' between 4th and 5th East,
wS'cfco'lcet residence lots In this nec
the dty Juflt Pjatted. An fSOOO
M'rci uader.construcuon. Prices low,
..At cjaT- E
l,iKWytlfpl residence subdivision; 13
rpPRfc from Temple: several good houses
rTnnder construction; many other Im
tnuits; actlvo demand for property
jutbard Invt, Co.. 7S W. 2nd So. xlOOO
tLS-N'DID VIEW LOTS ON WEN
f iTe., cast of 11th East and south of
lEoufb, at one-third less than nolgh
fc valuta. Op-ner, SS E. 2nd South.
tt BN'AP HEADQUARTERS.
in I tt, 7x10 roils and house; HS00.
for 4-room brick, worth J170O. $1450.
l Eist 35-foot lots: J40O each.
tt rt, choice 4 rods. so. front; $1000.
tlL, -room house. 24x10; J13S0.
LIad So., S'.JxlO; 7-room house; J2750.
, snap, new 5-r mod. br.. closo Jn
itsl sidewalk to city; dnly J2650.
) feet on ith East car; only 510 foot.
rtJrod snap 5th East, 7th Sov J1503.
Jtj' Co,, C5 W. 2nd So. 'Phono 760
ACING LIBERTY PARJC. ON CAR
;'11C 6. 1th Eas', fine seven-room mod
fcack; water, electric light, fruit trees
Hf, with It-foot alliy approacn. Bax
i at 300; easy terms.
BEAP LOTS between 4th and Cth No
Tib and Uh West. $50. terms.
9 it'ehard & Po, 1S3 Main sL, Tel.
SOOM PR. BRICK; NEW. MODERN
jral wood finish, cellar; J1KO, J250 Sb
ooai frame, well built, modorn, on I
EM; half cash. v
Tom pr. brick; lot -17x165 feet: on Sth
lW-mm pr, brick, new, modern; J2S00, J500
if i month.
-room frame, new; 11th East; J1350: J'W
mp, H3 a month.
yetird Invt. Co , 78 W. 2nd So. xl0S9
HAVG JUBT WHAT YOU
"tow Call and sec. Prltchard & Poe
JI tfUte brokers, 16S Main, 'lei. 19S. x70l
rf??5 r.0M I T0 -000 ACRES,
n ,J5 uVin.s whore wa"ted nnd vro
w m?f Pro&crty for sale in that
R GMdard. under Walker's Bank.
IBS' SIDE '
Aratioo Appeals to
tfaitive Board Issues a
Utemont to Public Pro
Spa the Colorado People -Are
;J Heking-Wnr TJpon Union
SEw ' 'TU,1C "-Al'ng under ln
IJctlqns given by the twelfth
FAannual convention of 'the Western
ration of Miners, recently
a w "Us uy, the osocutIve board
orgaulzaUon today issued a
atnt regarding u,c strikes In
w d 1"!, llmo; Publicity in ail
St ,ai is fff 118 members In
"Mo be ffi'"h8Cand,nf Persistent
? Pon tho n.2,.?rvcry ,local un'n
riiindpiS,p3lrtl0 .bnrore any
PVERTBQDT DELIGHTED. !
rHerplcide Destroys the DwJ
aem and Prevents Baldnesa.
f Jala arn
Vt onS??A2f i,1 free oi dandruff.
Kre SinBJ0? ,Sr th general
cured of .lLVf'H?' t0 bc Perma-
rely 4ertroyThI? HPlcIdo will
P.no moM L , Urm' 80 that thero
Kv ""Jd you ?if,anUy- "troy tho
E b' Kdinl..111 rcmove tho effect "
E for &udW8' Send lite in
J GARDNER DAILY STgREJEjj ' D"'LT 1
I cf QWf fc 15 t0 kte Cme t0day and take advantae of the greatest early season Clo- ! I
( thing bale Salt Lake has ever seen. Come and take advantage of the greatest price reductions ever if
made at the beginning of a season. , 1 ' ' I
i - $25 Take a $2 Suit at $I5' Take an Suit at .50. ' Take a J
Suit at $11. Take a $12 Suit at $9. Take a $10 Suit at $7. Take a $7.50 Suit at S5.75. I
1 ake your pick of the great lots of Shirts, Underwear, Hats. Suspenders, Ties and Hose for men and 1
2uits and Knee Pants for boys at equally great reductions. Do It Now. - 1
DO IT NOW ' THE QCHLITY STORE ' ' b' IT NOW ' M
1 nmw wm
I mmm by
I iftjpiiim your
I VSGANI LAND
i No Cash Required
1 to Betjin Building
J HOME BUILDERS E
1 32-34 MAIN" ST. ft
I "The Z. C. M. I. is Opposite." I
Ozono Co.. 453-460' Wabaah ava. W I
cae. They will Bend you an orer on I
your drucjdat for a CO-cent bottle free I
j tr6&t&1 2-H. G. F. a J
ycEtigato the situation This committee.
It Is declared, found the representatives
or the miners ready and willing to listen
to a proposition of settlement
"What Is Asserted.
, '!??r"0ro nny further conference could bo
held. It ,1s asserted, "the Citizens' Al
ilanco Interfered in such manner as to
frustrate further efforts Jn the direction
of settlement, the Interference of tho al
liance being no doubt prompted by the
mttcr hatred of tho merchants against the
four co-operative stores established and
maintained in the district by tho federa
tion." Tho statement continues: "Wc aro fully
convinced from Information bv trust
worthy persons that the original explo
sion and subsequent outrages perpetrated
are not only the work of the Citizens' Al
liance, but are thoroughly of the opinion
that tho whole matter was planned In ad
vance. Perhaps no single occurrence has
ho mu,c" bearing on this conclusion as the
forcible resignation of various regularly
elected ofllclals In the dlstiict.
Appeals to People.
"What 'public necessity' Justified the
mob to compel the resignation of these cf
flecers we will leave the reader to Judge
for himself. To set asldo tho expressed
will of the people, to deposo officials
named by the majority to conduct public
affairs, is of itself a crime against citi
zenship that wo cannot pass without se
vere criticism. Bealdl? this all other
crimes arc puny arc parlor JoI;es or comic
After referring to the Imprisonment and
deportation of union miners and the re
fusal of tho Citizens' Alliance to jxsrmlt
any merchants to supply provisions to the
families of such men. the statement con
tinues: "The very fact that union men
aro deported by the mlllt-j- trf of itself
suflicient to show that no evidence has
been obtained against those- men, for If
evidence of crime was at hand does any
"reasonable man or woman suppose that
tho military commandant or the mob
Sheriff would be simple enough to deport''
to other parts the guilty persons? No.
indeed. What evidence thre is acquits
the miners, but apparently fastens tho
crime upon the heads of hired assassins
and thugs Jn the pay of the Citizens' Al
liance. Says Militia Is n Mob.
"Tho apparent success of this line of
action at Tellurhle. has evidently prompted
t Me recent nets of violence In the Crlpplo
Creek district. The lawl.-ss mob at nil
times had access to the State guns and
ammunition. When the mob had com
mitted outrages without number the pow
er of tho grrat State of Colorado steps In,
takes up afTalrs where tho mob left off.
deports union men, abuses others nnd
brazenly heralds to tho world tho pnlna
blo lie that the miners' unions arc crim
inal organizations and must be wlpc-d out
At no time during all this Btruggkt has
the military power or the civil power ever
been used to protect our members In their
rights of citizenship,
'Even at tho present time no determined
effort Is being made by the Authorities to
discover the real perpetrator of the In
dependence explosion. Nothing 1 at
tempted to bo dono except tho one thing:
that is. to fasten this unholy crlmo by Im
putation and Inncucndo upon the heads of
our Innocent membership.
Declares Innocence of Crime.
"As was plainly shown some months
ago in a trial where the Western Fodern
tlon of Miners was accused of wrecking a
train, the federation was innocent. So it
is clear that nono of the present outrages
were committed by our members. As was
plainly shown then that the crimes and"
outrages were committed by hired dcrtcc- .
nFIV j,. Psents a neat RIB- This cut represents a nobby This .. j
r.h'l ? Sl,PPGI The I)0Pular WELT-EXTENSION sole Oxford, MANCE a good and d and v O?" This cut represents a neat style mu, . M
I SSfvni V, n?C r many Stylca of one of many styles of $2.50 values ford. itoSble so? ! Values 50 Trnchheeh Patent colt or Ideal This cut represents a KRIPPEN- ,
53.50 alues at at i,us,uie S01C values 51.50 kIdi one of many styleer qq DORF BEST J2.50 Dongola Ox- 1
value, at ford, one of many styles, now j . nti l
i 2M $1.95 , $LQO $2.85 $l9Q5 j
! Smk 4 That's the word that fits the case determination to do the greatest shoe busi- k & j
HlIPElk ness in our history. Doing it and going to keep at doing it; for prices are made ir- ' Jp J -I) l I j IP
Hg resistably attractive. Every statement we make in print is backed with the goods. J$j J ' j llll
Walfeplli No cominS t0 fin(1 "s just out of your size. But complete stocks and a seemingly lim- 'ill
fP BBl less lot to cll006e fl'om- Look at this picture gallery ad. Every shoe cut' rep're- ' jfi' . J I J 21
sents one of many actual styles in our stock. ' V T I jm
This cut represents the RONA strap ' This cut represents a Woman's Com-
sandal, one of rrany stvles of $150 san- . : " jl 4 Pfs . ul IdvvS fort House. Slipper, neat round toe, i m l
dais, at ; j JjjJjJ S0'C' 0116 manJ' StylC3 f ?1'50 '
ttves and thugs for the purpose of bring
ing discredit upon union men. so It will be
shown that the present outrages, even tho
ruthless slaughter of the unfortunate vic
tims of tho explosion that killed sixteen
men nt tho Independence depot on the
morning of June C. was the work of these
same hirelings, who simply enacted the
first part of tho plot that was to furnish
the excuse for all subsequent outrages.
Wo denounce the verdict of tho Coroner's
Jury, which holds the federation responsi
ble for the death of these men as unjust
and ridiculous, and wo assert that when
the truth Is known (If It is ever divulged
over tho combined opposition of all coun
ty and State officialdom) It will be found
to be as stated above, tho work of detec
tives and thugs hired on purpose to com
mit a deed that might bc laid at our door
nnd offer the excuse for tho reign of ter
ror that followed."
Appeals for Funds.
The statement concludes with an appeal
for funds to sustain the deported miners
and their families. "This la not our strug
gle alone." says the executive board. "Wo
aro merely bearing the brunt of battle
now. Later it may come In the same way
to all others, for the right to organize and
maintain a union Is now the only Issue at
stake. If tho Western Fedoratlon of Min
ers can bc ruthlessly destroved, then other
, unions can bc likewise destroyed. This
Is tho concern of all. Let us mako com
mon cause against the common oncmy.
Let us pour out our treasure to bo used
In securing tho rights for union men that
are denied them without chargo and with
Bear tho e KM You Hate Always Bough)
OROVILLE. Cal., June 14. Fire todny
destroyed twenty-eight buildings in tho
business portion of this place. The loss Is
JI30.000 and tho Insurance 570.000.
ST. LOUIS. Juno II. At, the World's
fair the Montana State building was dedi
cated today with appropriate ceremonies.
CHICAGO, June 14. Assistant Chief of
Police Schuettlcr has announced that ho.
will have SO0 policemen at Washington
park Saturday to make sure of being able
to carry out Mayor Harrison's orders to
prevent bookmaking at the race meet.
NASHVILLE, Tcnn., June 14. The
united Sons of Confederate Veterans con
vened today. United Statos Senator Wil
liam B. Bate delivered an. address.
CHICAGO, Juno 14. An Italian organ
grinder and his on have been instnntly
killed at Melrose park by a passenger
train of tho Chicago & Northwestern road
They wcro driving over tho tracks when
tho engine struck their wagon.
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Juno 14. A bk'
fire broke out at 2 o'clock this (Tucda)
morning-at Orovllle. It started abo it 1:.?S
back of tho Palace restaurant and burned
one block, with a loss of from 0,030 to
NEW YORK, Juno 14, Plans have beon
perfected at a mooting here for an amal
gamation of the proposed National asso
ciation and the Foreign Trade association,
composed both of Importers and exporters.
It Is proposed that a customs bureau shall
bo organized. J
I HAPPENINGS ABROAD.
BERLIN, June 14. The chief Interest of
the American delegates to tho Internation
al Women's congress today attached to
an audlcnco given to twenty-one mem
bers of the International council by the
Empress. Mrs. Emmcllno B. Wells of Salt
Lnke, unable to attend herself, sent a
paper upon "Education of Girls in Ameri
can Public Schools," which was read be
foro tho congress.
JOHANNESBURG, Transvaal, Juno 14.
Thrco foreigners, supposed to be an
archists, were arrested here during the
night. Ono of tho men had boon heard
to boast that ho would attempt to assas
sinate tho British High Commissioner.
BERLIN. Juno II. The American and
other delegates to the International Wo
men's congress visited the Reichstag to
hear the tlnal, debate on a question of
great Interest to advocates of woman
LONDON. June 14. Although the sellers
of the famous "Peacock room" of the late
artist., James Whistler, refuse to dlvqlgo
the name of the American purchaser, tt
has -boon learned that he Is Charles L.
Freer of Detroit, Mich.
SEOUL, Korea. June 11. Slgnor A. Mo
naco, the Italian Minister, to Korea, has
refused tho decoration granted him by
the Emperor at the time he decorated the,
oilier members of the foreign diplomatic
LONDON. June 1-1. Jt appears from a
question and answer In the House of
Commons today that the fall of Port Ar
thur will mark the end of Britain's ten
ancy of Wei Hal Wei, on the Shantung
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried rernei7, Mrs.
Wins-low's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, wijh perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and la the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs, Wlnslow's Sooth
NEW YORK, June 14. Adulterants high
ly injurious to the health have been found
In Innocent-looking cakes, cheap caramc's
and other sweetstuffs sold freely to chil
f WHERE WAR RACES j
CHEFOO. June 14. A fleet of Junks
. loaded with Hour and rice for Port Arthur
Avas seized off this port today by the
PETROPAVLOVSK. Russia. Juno 14.
The last two classes of tho reserves of this
district have been called out.
VORONEZH, Russia. Juno 14. An Im
perial order calling out the reserves of
this city has been published.
BOBROFF. Russia, June 14. The par
tial mobilization of tho reserves in this
district has been proclaimed.
ST. PETERSBURG. Juno 14. Tho War
office has accepted recommendations
made by Lieut. Botkln embodying the uso
of the United Slates army model tents.
These are convertible into ponchos for tho
protection of the troops during tho rainy
PARIS. June II. A dispatch to tho
Temps from Liao Yang says that the Jap
anese divisions which debarked at Taku
shan and Gen Kurokl's divisions, which
were at Slu Yen. are marching toward
Hal Cheng. Indications, It is added, point
to a great battle soon in tho region south
cast of Hal Cheng.
ST? PETERSBURG, June 14.-Tho Jap
aneso are displaying activity at all their
advance llnc3. According to. Information
In the possession of tho War office, two
divisions of the enemy are now marching
r.nrlh ntnn? Ilin Ilnn.l ir,.. ,,l i-
ST. PETERSBURG. Juno 14,-Thc No
voo Vremya's military expert authorita
tively denies the report that Gen. Stakcl
berg Is on tho march south He declares
'hat the only Russian forces on tho Llao
'1 ung peninsula above Port Arthur coh
fclst of cavalry and railroad guards
June 14 and 15 the Oregon Short Line
will make u special round trip rate to
Croyden, Utah, of $2.75, and to Morgan
of S2.G0, Tickets. good for return until
CHICAGO. June 14. Union printers In
the district surrounding Chicago have
started a movement for the establishment
of tho eight-hour day for their craft
throughout the United States,
BL PHEVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES M
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U, S. Geological Survey, Washington. D.
C, May 2G, 1D04. Sealed proposals, In du
plicate, will bo received at tho office of
the United States Reclamation Service,
at Reno. Nevada, until 2 o'clock p. m..
July 15, 1904. for tho construction of about
37 miles of main distributing canals, in
volving about 1,500.000 cublo vards of
oarthwork. with diverting dam, regulating
gates, spillways, falls, weirs and bridges,
for the diversion and conveyance of about
1SC0 cubic feet of water per second from
Carson River at a point about 4 miles
west of Lcetvllle, Nevada, to Irrlgablo
lands In Carson Sink Valley. Bids will be
received on (A) Excavation nnd embank
ment for one or more divisions or all tho
work. (B) Headworks. (C) Falls, spill
ways, weirs, lateral headgates, and plpo
dralns. (D) Highway bridges. Specifica
tions, form of proposal and particulars
may be obtained after May 26. 1901, by
application to L. H. Taylor, Reno. Ne
vada, and to the Chief Engineer of tho
Reclamation Service. Washington, D. C .
at whose ofllces tho plans may be In
spected. Each bid must be accompanied
by u certified check for $1000. payablo to
the Secretary of tho Interior, as a guar
anty that the bidders will. If successful,
promptly execute a satisfactory contract
and furnish bond In the sum of 0 per cent
for the faithful performance of the work
Tho right Is reserved to reject any or ali
bids, to waive technical defects, or to
accept one part of a bid und reject tho
other, as the Interest of the service may
require Proposals r must bo marked
"Proposals for Distributing Canals'
Truckeo-Cnrson Project. Novada." Bid
ders are Invited to bo present. Thos
Ran, Acting Secretary. x33
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