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I', i1' rr-w t ASHINGTOX, Juno lS.-Sonatora '
A i oft and KepreacntiUves who have rc-
j jj WW ccntly returned from visits to tho
J p West Point military academy and
C I ,j the Annapolis naval academy arc
'iir ' "'' C'lHo frco In their expressions concerning
I i ivnut js being dono at tho nc-dcmIos. Tho
?T 1 j Annapolis visitors nro somov;hat amazed
)Jif ! to find out tho extent of the Improvements
J ! that arc going on. Although some of them
'': havo been mombcrs of Congrcas right
' '. ', along, thoy are surprised to find out that
! 1 310,000,000 or upward aro being expended
'.J t on tho building and grounds at tho lnstl-
r iitf TUtlon whero our future Farraguta, Por-
S P' tors, Dcweys. Schlcys, Hobsons and oth-
'I wJ rs w"o nro to fight tho battles of their
l ' ' country, are to be educated. The Annapo-
j He academy Is getting altogether tho bct-
v " tor of If. Tho Improvements thai arc bc-
f Jug mada at Annapolis will cost twlco no
' much as those nt West Point Somewhat
; ' abashed nl tho liberality they displayed In
making- tho Improvements at Annapoll3,
i ,11 i Congressmen decided to he more economl-
J ' cal when It caino to fixing up West Point.
! Our future army on leers aro going to bo
1 educated In bulldlngH costing SS.OCO.OOa
H , Tho army academy will bo Iras elaborate,
j .' although li Is said by men who hayc atu-
Jl , dlrd thu plans that everything posslblo
will be dono for the comfort and caro of
t tho cadets nt West Point. At Annapolis
tho Government Is going to spend $100,000
) , on a chapel. That will build a right lino
church, according to members of the
' Ilousn who come from country towns.
wht-ro a dozen places of worship could
i . be built lor that sum. It Is also Intended
' ' to expend something like $300,000 for a hos-
1 pllnl at Annapolis, and In doing this, nu
j old hosnltal building erected thirty yours
H I ago. will be torn down and removed. An
J ( ' inquisitive .member of tho board of vlslt-
J ors nt Annapolis learned that this old hos-
1 !' pllnl had .never been "used, not because It
f wus unfit, but because the clnas of young
men who gn to Annapolis from all parts
(J ' of the country are In such a healthy con-
' I dltloii that they scarcely need a hospital.
t More than .that, it Is found to the ad van -
i j tng of any sick cadets to put them on
' i board, soma ship belonging to th'c academy
J ! out In thoi harbor, whero it Is decidedly
1 ' ''I ' more healthy than In any hospital. Still,
1 , I a hospital is a pnrt of the Improvements
I that arc being made. Ornamentation and
III ( I carved stonework will be a very expensive
j ( ' feature of the naval academy. Certainly
I ' ' the middles are going to be well taken
I I cam of.
Hl H '
i i Gen. Chaffee, lieutenant-General and
J ' chief of staff of the army. Is a man who
i will not be Interviewed, or who does not
' 1 ; rush Into magazines with long stories of
HJ, I '( I matters military that havo como under
1 his personal observation. Several Indus-
' trlous writers have visited tho General
'I with tho Idea of writing about him, and
' 1 ' more particularly, of obtaining Interviews
with him giving pcraonnl expression of
. i opinions relative to conditions in China.,
I ' ' ln the Philippines and of the many phases
1 of the war between Russia and Japan It
' Is rather an Interesting fact that three
1 ' men who became prominent in tho Span-
1 Inh war and the military operations wnlch
j i immediately followed that war, have never
i ( rushed into print, either in Interviews or
'l ' by writing Interviews: Gen. Shatter, who
I commanded the army at Santiago; Gen.
.la. Otis, who commanded so long ana ably In
l I i tho Philippines, and Gen. Chaffee, who
1 J won n reputation first In Cuba and noxt
1 W A In China, and afterward commanded ln
1 J I tho Philippines; three, officers iwho saw
f , I-1 a great deal of Important aorvlce, but who
j i , never thought It necessary to tell the
iru.f. i magazine's v.-hat they saw or express their
y 'V opinions on various arm and govonini.-n-
I ' tnl affair?. They have contented them-
selves with official rcporto inaio to the
War department, and these arc made ln
i military style, without elaboration or il-
I ' It Is rather a pltysthat Otis, who ia now
t retired, doe not write a book on the I'hll-
j ' ippincs. He laid the foundation for the
1 ' establishment of civil government In the
' Philippines at tho time he was conducting
MLI war against the Filipinos and otlto- wild
, I'titi tribesmen who resisted tho authority of
i C-i the United States. Secretary Root once
' ! said that the people of the United States
li j would never know what they owed Gen.
1 ' Otis for all that ho had-dono xs com-
1 mandlng Gcnitral In tho Philippine-, both
, in the moderation ho exercise! and Ir. the
1 i ( scrupuloua care he took to prevent any-
. I j thing like corruption, which had boon ilfo
i t for so many years In thoso Island?. Gen
H! 1 Otis knuws as much about tho Philippines
I ij as any living man. and he ouht to tell in
1 17 J narrative form the story of the occupation
V) of those islands aid of the attempt of tho
' ,M' Filipinos to drive tho Americans out. But
II neither Gen. Otis nor Gen. Chaffee nor
. i Gen. Shnflcr. three men who did things
1 during thu Inst six years, have Indulged
In discussion of their exploitations in in-
' ter views or In magazines.
K' l) j Men who have como In contact with the
'j Hon. John Barrett, Minister to Panama,
1 I '! ami until recently Minister to Argentina,
' have lenrned mbro. about South America,
j ami especially of tho great and Important
' Republic of South America, than they
''ver -know before. Mr. Barrett was In
1 Argentina something llko six months, but
he acquired more knowledge than some
H; : men would have gathered In tho sama
1 I number of years. Tho ncoplo of tho
j i United States scarcely realize what thero
f Is and whnL there Is being done in Argcn
tina.' Corresponding to the United States
In tho matter of climate and zone, Argen
tina Is the richest and Is rapidly becoming
1 the most powerful country ln tho southern
l hemisphere. The city of Buenos Ayros,
H, thp capital of Argentina, has a population
1 V 0 l.Oo.OOO, the fourth city ln size on the
UJ American continent. Although Spanish Is
1 t ;' the official language, and tho Argentines
aro tho descendants of Spaniards, they
arc absolutely Argentine as citizens of the
United States arc American. They would
resent being called Spanlardw as much as
citizens of this country would resent be-
Ing called Englishmen. They arc to South
America what the United States is to
' Xorth America". Into thk3 growing and
i pushing republic went John Barrett with
a capacity for acquiring Information and
: . a knowlndwgo of general conditions of tho
world which gave him an opportunity to
, do in a few months what was expected of
, him in as many years. Since he nn rc-
turned to "Washington he has submitted
several reports to the State department
anil to tho President on conditions in
I South America, for his observations were
not conlined alone to Argentina, but cov-
I cred; southern Brazil, Uniguay and Para-
y puny, where large European Immigration
V t developing a country which will rival
J 9Ur own ,n )-nc matter of agricultural pro-
1' duct's and oxports. Among other lnterest-
,, lng things which Minister Barrett report-
J' cd was a plan that Is being formed to Im-
IJ Po't Ar,pentlnn beef Into New York in
J I , l vnsf quantities, sufficient to supply largo
J ' ' demands on tho Eastern 3enboard of this
J ,( , country. It Is aeaertcd that Argentine
J H, beef can bo tranaportcd from Buenos
J ,. 1 Ayres to New York, pay the duty, and be
I . cold for less than Is now charged by the
II 1 packers of the Mississippi valley.
.1 1 , Speiklng of John Barrett's return, an
1 intorosting Incident occurred In conncc-
Hl , Hon with his arrival. About the tlmo ho
H)'1 reached, this country the Washington
Post printed a humorous editorial placing
lilm In nomination for Vice-President, and
insisting that ho was superior to all of
tho other young men and spellbinders thnt
i . wero thought necessary to carry on tho
' , campaign In behalf of the Republican
1 ticket. -In tho multitude of affairs en-
1 . grossing his attention, Mr. Barrett had
l not seen this ndltorlnl and know nothing
)' 1 about It. Quito a number of hia friends
gave hlrn a dinner ln New York, and at
this dinner tho gentlemnn who 'u-as mas-
B tor of ceremonies, as coffee and cigars
1 wero reached, arose and gravely an
nounccd that the time had arrived for
stating tho object of the dinner. "It was
1 v.,cllkn9wn,",..he nHl,.-'1why-wo have gath-
, i ercd hero; and this' Is the time" for launch-
H ta- a. boom fe ouv dlcULnuiftliud. Kiiaui,
A Our friends arc all aware that the an
nouncement was to tx made. here. But.
unfortunately, we havo been forestalled
bv an enterprising paper published In
"Washington, tho capital, and probably It
recolvwl Its Information directly from of
ficial pources and knew whereof It spoke.
Probably this odltorlal announcement is
more formal and cites the caco bettor
than I could, and, therefore, I ask the at
tention of the gentlemen present while I
read It." He then proceeded to redd tho
Post editorial, much to tho amusement
of everybody present, nnd to Mr. Barrett
himself, -who nan become accustomed to
the pleasantries of the newspaper writers
during hi.-, rapid rlso to promlncnco In
Admiral Walker, chairman of the Pana
ma Canal commission, was up to see the
Secretary of War not long ago, and while
waiting In tho nnte-room was chatting
with a number of friends, and finally he
exhibited a straw hat. "Seo that hat?"
said tho Admiral. "Why. there Is n hat
Ihat cost me $3.50 In silver ln Panama."
It was an ordinary looking hat. of
braided straw, soft and pliable, not of the
stiff brim .stylo that Is generally -worn.
It was not ln nny sense the usual Panama
"Do they make that kind of hats down
In Panama. Admiral?" nskod one of tho
gentlemen who was presonl.
"Oh, no." said Walker, with n wink,
"this hat was made In New York, but
they sell them In Papama."
That recalls an experience that William
McAdoo. now Police Commissioner of
New York, onco had when willing In"
Isthmian waters. He was Acslstnnt Sec
retary of tho Navy, and was really sent
down to Join tho squadron for tho purpoao
of keeping tab on oho of tho naval of
ficers. While on tho Isthmus he pnr
ihased an elegant Panama hat for which
ho pnld $U ln gold. Upon going aboard
tho flagship, he exhibited his purchase to
one of tho officers, nnd remarked whateo.
rare bargain he had made. This officer
was somewhat familiar with "rare bar
gnlnB." and he took tho hat and looked It
over. Ilnnlly pulled down the Inside leather
band nnl showed thnt the Panama hat
was manufactured ln Now Vork, and bore
I he trade mark of a Now York firm. Mc
Adoo did not say anything about It whVn
ho returned to Washington, but tho sailor
men saw that the story was told among
Education is u great feature In the ar
my at the present time. One might sup
pose that a young man who must havo a
fairly good common school or high school
educatfon beforo he can pass the examina
tion to enter West Point and then spenda
four years at the academy, would be well
grounded In book Jore. and that his school
days might be considered as closed. But
such Is not tho case. With a half dozen
excellent service schools and a post school
wherever there am a sufTclont number of
officers, the education of our military men
continues all the tlmo whllo they arc sub
ordinate officers. But moro than that,
the war college In Washington Is Intended
to be for a course of education for officers
of high rank. The fact Is the world has
reached a stay; whero fighting Is being
carrlod on by tho brsln as well as by
brawn, and scientific maneuvers or strate
gy Is to tako th place of main strength
niid awkwardness. Theso 6-rvlce schools
aro for tho benefit of men who aro not so
bright as their fellows, and who can vast-
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Utah. Juno IS.Ono of tho
pleasant affairs of tho week Was that on
Monday evening when Prof, and Mra. Mo
siah Hall celebrated their twentieth wed
ding anniversary. Decorated In onowballfl
and yellow roses, their cosy little homo
was mado most attractive. Dainty re
freshments were served In tho dining
room and many beautiful pieces of china
were received. The Invited guests wero
Judgo nnd Mrs. C- 11. Hart, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Llnford, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rob
inson. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jensen. Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. P. Smith, Misses TIHIe Peter
sen, Rose- Homer. Eva Jones. Clara Smith,
Maggie Jones. Maud. Efllc and Ella Smith,
Mr. Stratford of Ogden, Mr. Ed Hansen
and William Morrell.
Tho homo of Prof, and Mrs. L. A. Mer
rill was the scene of a pleasant evening
party on Friday, when tho entertained
In honor of some of the members'' of the
Agricultural College alumni, The rooms
wore artistically arranged with cut flow
ers. Large vases holding yellow roses
were effectively used. Music and games
wero the pleasant features of the evening.
Thoso Invited wro Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Calne, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stewart, Prof, and
Mrs. Peterson, Mlanes Holmgren. Tlllle
Peterson. Rose Homer, Genevieve Egbert,
Blanch Cnlno, Chase. Evati3 and May
Gibson, "Messrs. Davis, Chase, Kerr, Caino
and Roy Thatcher.
Mrs. G. W. Nabley. Jr.. and Miss Aft on
Thntchor left Saturduy for Star valley,
where they will pcnd the summer.
Mrs. Wlllurd Langton returned homo
Monday from a pleasant visit with Salt
Mr. and' Mrs. E. P. Bacon returned
Wednesday from a pleasant woek on the
Beur lake. i
Mrs. M. J. Ballard and J. E. Cordon re
turned homo Tuesday from St, Louis af
ter a pleasant visit at tho fair.
Mrs. Glasler and daughter, Mlsa Jennie
of Salt Lake, are spending the summer In
Logan as the guOsts of Mr. Sam Glasler.
Mrs. Alf Farrell left Monday for a visit
of several weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Alex Nlbloy of Perry, Or.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G, A. Barlcr have returned
from a pleasant trip to the fair.
a A a
Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl aro visiting with
relatives ln Salt Luke.
Mrs. N. E. Hansen entertained inform
ally Wednesday evening at a dinner party
Hon. and Mrw. Joseph Howell left
Thursday morning for Chicago, whoro
they will make a long visit.
Mrs. H, B. Lowls Is entertaining her sis
ter. Mrs. E. Lloyd of Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mr. J. JE. MCGraw arc visiting
with friends In Provo.
A pleasant kitchen shower was given
Miss Jano Herrlck- on Monday ovenlng at
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brnngham of Ches
terfield. Ida., aro the guests of Mrs. Wil
liam Brangham of this city.
Edgar Parson of Pocatello is visiting
with relatives In Logaji.
Ml6S Nona Jones of Salt Lnko Is tho
guest of Mrs. N. Ncloon of Logan,
Mrs. Brown of Ogden Is visiting with
relatives arid' fricrids ln Logan.
Prof, and Mrs. Alfred Osmond of Provo
aro visiting with relatives in Logan.
J. C, Calne. Jr.. loft Tuesday for Chi-
cago. where-h; expects to remain three
Mr. and :Mrs. Chase and Miss Gibson
returned, to ;thelr;homc .in,, .CcntervMlo
Wednesday, after a- pleasant visit of two
u.-uoizn with. Locan friends.
ii. i ... 1 1 i
ly improve themselves by n course of
r.tndy of not only military, but other sub
ieots. While tho army officers are re
ceiving this higher education. It Is wOll to
remark that when tho time comc3 success
In a military way Is attained by gettlni;
up closo and fighting hard. Just as much
as over. The Japanese made this evident
by showing that they could beat tho Rus
sians In getting closo onough to them nnd
fighting them. ARTHUR W. DUNN. "
"Wasatch. Summer Resort.
Particulars w.-Jto Alklre, Wasatch
hotel, via Sandy or come sec.
They Captured a Calf.
An animal running through game woods
of the South Side Sportsman's club. Oak
dale, L. I. of late, has given the club
members so much anxiety that numerous
attempts to shoot It have been made. Yes- i
terday the bold huntsmen went forth and "
gallantly captured tho beast- I
Upon closo Inspection it was decided
that It wan of the deer family, but no club
member could say what species of deer It
was. Then P"arm6r Robert Peatlcr of
North Sayvlllo Identified the animal as a
pet calf which Jumped his pen six weeks
ago and had been ranging the forest ever
since with deer. New York World.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Hio Grande.
To St. Louis and return $42. GO
To Chicago and return 47. B0
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa. 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit. 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourlsa elcepero through
to SL Louis without change. Choice of
routes. Seo any D. fc R. G. agent.
t Salt Lake City, Utah, 1
9 Ma 16 19M' 1 I
9 S To the Merchants Protective I J
g f V Association: fj R
1 sfM x 7sS Yours of the 16th Inst, to hand 1 I
t J'VK yf 5rN aml contents noted. In obtaining n
f'jffs-y j&Z&i settlement of this claim for me i
1 "I'is you nave accomplished what all I
fl'f others have failed to do. This I
zr claim was about twelve years 1
; y i old' For tonr or uve years It was g
' in the hands of attorneys for col- m 1
lection, and was returned to mo 9 f
as worthless. It Js equal to ffi
f $700.00 found, and I desire to commend you for vou perseverance and M M
2 success. Yours truly, JOHN MOUNTEER, Grocer, H
1026 Second Street. y 1
p Docs anyone owe you? Do you want It? m 8
ri We will collect 1L That's our business. GH
Merchants' Protective Association I j
fj SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS;
a Francis G. Luke, General Manager. Top floor. Commercial Block, I
2 Salt Lake City. I
3 "SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." J
ah Ml Ill IWl II WllAl ia.lWHJfr;.mTWffTrTFl
Would yoiir suit look nny cooler if you saved a few dollars I
on it? If so look at (lie suits we are selling for ?G.00, $7.00, !
10.00. 12.00 and 15.00. In weather like this you want
! everything to count for coolness, and hence the fit is an iui- '
porlant part You can't very well keep cool when you are rag
j ing mad at that bad-fitting coat, that pulls down on your fa
vorite shoulder bone. 9
We have everything for men and boys, which suggests I
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1132 MAIN ST.
ONE PRICE " PLAIX FIGURES 3
MMBaaEi - - 1 ''' ' 1 - -
I On all Handsome Dresses, Fancy
Crepes, Light Gowns H I
and Lace Coats 4 I I
l OFF ON TAILOR -JVIADE SUITS B I
14 OFF ON PATTERN HATS I
14 OFF ON LACE AND NET WAISTS I
One Large Lot of Foulard jp H
I Silk and Mohair Suits dt f Oil I
5aie Commences Monday at 9 O'clock, H
GIVEN AWAY! I"
I Wh; Not Get a Part of It? You Have Just as Much Chance as Anyone Else, I
1 A REMARKABLE OFFER TO READERS OF THE SALT LAKE TELEGRAM. We Ij.
have made a special arrangement with, the World's Fair Contest Co,, for a short time only, to ' K
give, FREE OF ALL CHARGE, one certificate and coupon, entitling you to chances in prizes I iteJ
amounting to 75,000.00, to every reader of this advertisement who sends us 1.00 in advance Lj1
for his or her subscription to The Salt Lake Evening Telegram. H Jrtf
It does not matter whether you have ever been a subscriber or not, the offer is open to sr61
I everyon?. If you send 0 you get a year's subscription by mail and six certificates. For 51 12
j you get The Telegram for 2 months BY MAIL and 1 certificate. This 6 a year rate' applies to Ibji ij
MAIL, SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. City subscribers who receive their papers by carrier will he IKlV10'
awarded one free certificate for every 1.2G in advance they pay. The monthly rate by carrier flWffi
is 60c, or 7 a year cosfi
Plan THE PRIZES Telegram
Tou are interest- "Amount to 75,000.00, the Largest Prizes Ever Offered in publJsh weak)y
ed in tho great Any Contest, and are Divided as Follows: j the daily attend. 1 .ft
World's Fair. Tou ance nt the fair i&hlr
have seen some- To the nearest correct estimate $25,000.00 Tou may hold your ;
thinfr about it ln To the second nearest correct estimate ..10,000.00 certincAtea a3 lata
every paper you To- the third nearest correct estimate 5,000.00 as October 15. and JwU,
have read for To the fourth nearest correct estimate 0 2,500.00 then mark n your j fig
5 months past. Have m , , , , , estimates mrt . P41'
you thought how To the fifth nearest correct estimate 1,500.00 Sem i? cL you I ' 1 '
many people win To the sixth nearest correct estimate 1,000.00 estimate how many I ; t
j attend this great To the next 10 nearest correct estimates, ?200 people win pay ad- ; fff?
j fair? Tho gates arc each 000 00 mlesIon h ) i
To tbe not 20 nearett correct estimates, $ioo ' ' r
trdm every part of each , 2,000.00 World's Fair this' fill
the earth are pay- To the next 50 nearest correct estimates, 50 year? If you can a f.
Ing admission into each 2,500 00 fortune Is yours. i Jj-
Ithe grounds of tho To the ne:it m nearest correct estimates, S25 ' ' Th,nk u over- lsa
greatest fair tho ? caah prises will hi ;p
world has ever acU 2,o00.00 pald to tho m :i .
seen. At the Chi- To the next 200 nearest corect estimates, 10 men. women, or ! I.
cago World's Fair each , 2,000.00 children who can T '
21.3S0.141 people Tq the noxt 5Q0 nearest correct estimates. S5 estimate NEAR. ' D6
paid admission into EST to the total !
tho grounds, at tho Ll'-innn 1"V.": 2,000.00 number of peopl, ' H t!l
Buffalo Pan-Amer- Tr the next 1000 nearest correct estimates, 1 who pftj. apd. t m
lean Exposition 5.- each 1,000.00 mission into the 5Tt
306,850 people paid Supplementary prizes for the estimate sent in FaJr Grounds from VzSfrei
j admission into the earliest inRfinnn Aprl1 30( mi the W-?
grounds. at tho J.o,ouu.UU openIng dat(5i (0 m
Omaha Exposition I December 1 mi
us w z e J: . g
grounds. 1 Fair. Jj
MONEY IS DEPOSITED, tt tho pr!ff3-and your turned S
lYiVll& avJP AJUrtt J4 iUM. to this committee long before the Fair closes, so that f tc
tl 4 . , therc ls no Possibility of collusion or unfairness from
For every estimate you are given a separate en- any source. ' wti
graved and numbered certificate with coupon at- Tbo Contest Co. will withdraw this offer within a tSt
tached. We will send you this paper for 2 months short while. Only a limited number of the certlfl- L?
BY MAIL for ?1 00 and give you one certificate and catea and coupons are to bo sold, and as larce orders A
coupon ABSOLUTELY FREE An Investment of havo been received dally. U s 'anUcipated 4a th
$1.00 meanB that you will receive the best paper In limit will be reached long before the date set for tho I
close of the Contest. You should therefore Eond In i ft
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT. 'our orlor AT ONCE. ( Jj ef
, LWc are alo 'n position to furnish the certificates j
dfih. MISSOURI TRUST COMPANY W'thUt th'8 paper at 1 ftri,
SI 25c Each. 5 for $1.
WE DO NOT ASK YOU TO j. fi&
- SeSLusi ESTIMATE NOW ' p
' tuhuw. of and you can buy Just 33 many certificates at 25 cents 1 5
itt.w. pTK..tt.4M each as you wish, until the supply ia exhausted. 1 pK
nil c.rttn,. ut, tb. ria'. far cnttit ocnpui,, We wtl1 simply sell you the certificates with du- 1 ; Jf.:
plicate coupons attached, and allow vou the nrlvlleci I ! id..
- ' filling In your own estimates on the certificates I feni i
I76,ceo.oo u 14. r.r hxov of it. T.rt. u ii. and coupons whenever you are ready, and of sending 1 tin
eenwtt oa ti taiu ;ud ito i tb urjiutA tur in the coupons to us on the very last day of the" con- m
nyeiiticn, um, t4 uAt iuo it tu i test you wlh. That is, you do not have to make 5 ft .
iru.v tr iu. e.4HI pa. u to cb ...ri y0UI "l'?tc NC?W' but 5'ou can bu' 5'0Ur r i HH
catos NOW and hold them yourseir up to the Inst 1 . V '
t..tv.. Mu. rMu day of the contest,, when you will know what the 1 I
MuwMffoMtaw.r flt.iflutt.- lotal attendance is tip to that date, then fill In .your 1 I f
estimates and send the coupons to us Just so they 1 1 aia-i
& SvjArfuWv are received ln our office not later than October 15. I I
i"r.r.fj J9Wi the dQtc on whlcn thc conte6t closes. The 1 3
' WORLD'S FAIR opens April 30. 390-1. and closes De- iJ
tt, -nv riTT r. w,r, cumber 1. 1904. showing thc closing- date of the con- j Ljv
Utan BT 7rAlL for a months, ana may mean your . . . . . , , . f, , , j , I f. T"'
independence for life. You have Just as much, chance JSS8tpiJ? t th? Cl'DS ffw I tS
as any one else to win a fortune, and It is to your In- jSFSr;h'nB"inii1RbS0,Ute falrneSS to oVcry par"Cl' I f &
terest and to your family's to take advantage of tho PanL" ' B
opportunity a3 soon as possible. Se'ld ,n 3'?ur. ordc" at once- lf 'ou I t
You are not placing your orders with an unroll- y, be "nnb,e to even 0Ile certificate without j
able concern. The money to cover tho prizes Is on pRylnff an unreasonable price for it. Write today. I Clti
deposit. See statement of one of the largest BANKS T x. pnnTAvi, , . . vnir I t J5"8
in thc United States herewith. In entering a contest HOLD YOUR OWN CERTTFICATESmand Corona Sd 1 la
this should be your first consideration. Know that that you do not have to mako your estimates or All 1" 1 s jjTr.
the money to pay you ls where you can net It with- tho Certificates and Coupons and send tho coupons to us If. rU
out delay or ,Uest.o as soan as .hpr. ar bWoFi&JSrS gS
awarded. of the Contest which tvill enable you to nrrlvo at an 7C
We cannot touch thin money. It is held by the evrago dally attendance upon which to bene your eitl. t344
Missouri Trust Co.. for no other purpoao than to pay u" f
those prizes as soon aa the committee on awards de- confined to subacrlbera for The Si3t ffle BvVnlns Tele- g ff L
clares the successful contestants. Thb committee from. Salt Lake city, Utah, but that the contest is be-
hns no Interest whatever ln the contest, and is made i2e advert,ed l? a large number of other Iub'IftIofs. t t.- t
nr, nf nrnminont hll.n. IV ? ' . ' A. tho subscribers for all of vh ch are pr vl egod to compel .;
up of prominent business men who have agreed to tnd share In tho distribution of the prizes offered. j tfc
L MaKe remittances by chckexpreas or palmon oderence No stainps J