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lifi'' 13 2 ihb S-AItLake Trisuni;'. Thursday Moenxng, Jtoste 23. 1904.
: J ' 1 J
J 1 1 f '!! partition and tlio preserving of tho Intcg-
' 1 L J? Mty of China.
j '','' ii Isthmian Canal Route.
t W .! i t Tho posscpalon of n route for an Isth-
i l V u inlan car.nl, so long tho dream of Amerl-
i'U'l can statesmanship, J now an accoin-
fl 'U '. tM , nllehed fact. The great work of connoct-
' m tnc Pacific and Atlantic oceans ly a.
Ki U ' 111 ; ,l canal Is at last begun, und It Is duo to the
ii, J ! I' Republican party.
V y x We havo passed laws which will bring
rfi y - the nrld lands of tho United States within
1,1)! the area of cultivation.
J , V. "Wo have reorganized the army .md put
ii 1 ! I i. It In tho highest stnto of efficiency,
if 1 I It Wo have passed laws for the lmprove-
ij lr"' inunt and support of the mill tla.
I J f Wo huvc pushed forward tho building of
If J 'lJIi'.1 tn(- "RVV the defense and the protection
r of our honor and Interests.
; lj Honesty in Government.
,i it Our administration of the great depart
' j I If i j i ' mcnt3 of the Government haa been honest
l?5l I'tVt I' p a,1 efficient, and wherever wrong has
''. if keen discovered tho Republican admlnls-
? u Hi '( tratlon haa not hesitated to probo the evil.
ji " and bring tho offenders tcf Justice without
) PV , regard to porty or political tics. Laws
St is . 1 enacted by the Republican party which
i ,i,' the Democratic party failed to enforce,
' I 'I, ' ,.' and wnlch were Intended for tho proiec
f 'L'f, 1 I Hon of the public against the unjust dls
fJ. I crimination of the Illegal encroachment o:
i; vast aggregations ot capital, have beoL
j : fearlcesly enforced by a Republican Pros
it !,, ident, and new laws insuring responsibly
j J publicity as to the operation of great
M h., corporations and providing additional
IS ' , remedies for the prevention of dlscrlmlna
' !? J" 1 lion In freight rates have been passed by
f ' ;' a Republican Congress,
, h' In this record of achievements' during
' tho post eight years may be read tho
h i pledges which t lie Republican party liaH
I !, fulfilled. We proposo to continue this
, , principle and wo declare our constant ad-
i, herenco to the following principles:
,, , ',j Protection Cardinal Policy.
h ' Protection which guards and devclopo
, our Industries is a cardinal policy of tho
y U ' ' Republican party. Tho measure of pro-
j, I ' tcctlon should alwaya at least equal tho
If' ' ' difference in tho cost of production at
. " homo and abroad. We insist upon the
( maintenance of the principles of protcc-
j Hon nnd therefore rates of duty should
I i ho readJuHted only when conditions havo
t i so changed that tho public Interest dc-
J ' j mands their nlterallon.
Y ', i But work cannot safely bo com-
,' mittcd to any other hands than thoso of
If , ii 'he Republican party. To Intrust It to
i 'I, 1 the Democratic party is to Invito disaster.
, , , Whether as In 1S32 tho Democratic party
,, declared tho protective tariff unconstitu
tional, or whether It demands tariff rc-
i form or tariff revision, its real object is
i always tho destruction of tho protective
A ! Adversity the Rule.
I '' ; i However, specious tho name, the pur-
l ii ', Pose Is ever tho same. A Democratic tar-
'If. r.i I" has always been followed by business
Vi ! ' l adversity; a Republican tariff by business
''Mi1 i prosperity. To a Republican Congress and
a J l Republican President this great ques-
,J 'Ion can be safely Intrusted. When the
.1 1 1 only free trade country among tho great
' nations aggltatos a return to protection
j I : the chief protectKe country should not
' ' , tnltor In maintaining it.
) Wo liave extended widely our foreign
, markets, and we believe In the adoption of
L 1 ' nil practicable methods for their further
,,, 'Xlen8lon. Including commercial rcciproc-
p i h Hi' wherevor reciprocal arrangements can
I I he effected consistent with the principles
I , ' of protection- nnd without Injury to
, i American agriculture. American Inbor or
M ' ' liny American Industry.
, J ' , Currency Question.
j ,i I We believe It to bp tho duty of the Rc-
, i publican party to uphold the gold stand-
1 ' . ' ard and the Integrity and value of our na-
. i tlonal currency. The maintenance of the
I ' , !' gold standard, established by the Republl-
i ' can party, ennrrot safcl be committed to
i,! , the Democratic party, which resisted Its
l l I , I adoption nnd has never given any proof
J since that time of belief in It, or fidelity
lr 'J To Encourage Shipping.
'j,!,' ! . Whllo every other industry has pros-
III , pei-cd under the fostering aid of Republt-
I J ii. . ( icgit-iaiion. American shipping en-
U! irnged In foreltm trade in competition tflth
' !" I the low cost of construction, low wages
I ' t i ;,nl heavy subsidies- of foreign govorn-
l 1 X ! ments, nas not xor many years received
lyij L , ffpm the Government of tho United States
adequato cncourngeinent of any kind. Wo
' td therefore favor legislation which will en-
j i courage and build up tho American mer-
I chant marine, and wo cordially approve
1 , ,' the legislation of the last Congress which
,,,i , created tho merchant marine commission
i (i i' to Investigate and report upon this sub-
j ' Favors Powerful Navy.
J it' I T,A, navj' powerful enough to defend the
ft- ' ' Pn.!,tci1 SultC3 against any attack, to up-
VpH' i hold the Monroe doctrine and watch over
, '(UK'.k our commerce is essential to tho safety
) )y' ' and tho welfaro of Uie American people.
, 1 To maintain such a navy is tho fixed pol-
'! 1 K-y of the Republican party.
Ii ' We cordially approve tho attitude of
i 1' President Roosevelt and Congress In re-
, . sard to the exclusion of Chinese labor, and
r , promise a continuance of the Republican
i f J policy in that direction,
i Mi j civil Service Reform.
, 7J1 '" Tl,c c,v" sorvlco law wus placed on tho
"rl ot?.lu.10 uofc8 by tho Republican party
,),.,. , which has always sustained it. and we re-
1 'h new our former declarations that It shall
l ,i he thoroughly and honestly enforced.
' We are nlvays mindful of tho country's
, i. debt to the soldiers and sailors of the
t ' United States, and we believe in making
)' . ' j ample provision for them and In the llb-
. ) , cral administration of the pension laws.
' ', International Arbitration.
, V 'I' Wo favor the peaceful settlement of ln-
l . . ternatloual difficulties by arbitration.
I . We commend the vigorous efforts mado
J by the ndmlniatii tlon to protect American
., - citizens in foreigiTlands and pledge our
yplvcs to insist upon the Just and equal
1 1 '1 . -j blo&d ' tell
Hj I ,1 i It takes lots of vitality, nervous force and
j RtTcnjth to wiu a race. Blood must be
i pure and good.
'I I Without good red blood a man lias a
. j.vcak heart and poor nerves. Thinness of
l ') '' ilic blood, or anemia, is coiumon in men
J ' I and young women, and all those who work
1 indoors, who do not get enough good ox-
A , , JRcn in their Iuhrs, couicquently have too
n many white blood corpuscles.
I, Keep the nerc9 nourished, the heart
, etrong, the bead cool, the stomach vigorous,
k ill t1le uvcr active with a tonic which ha3
i 1 ftood the test of time and ha9 a wide repu-
I ' tation, such as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Hf .l Hi i Discovery.
iJ ' j , I ' Touica consisting of large portion3 of
1 alcohol, iron or cod liver oil, do not brinrj
i j j the desired changes in the blood, because
( ! they do not enter the system and are not
I I ' absorbed into the blood, with the excep-
I , lion of the alcohol, which shrivels up the
, , ')' r red blood corpuscles when it does come in
. ' -contact with them. Therefore do not allow
Ii ' the dealer to insult your intelligence by
H'')' i telling you he has something better than
I'll' Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
' U The cost of mailing only. "The People's
('4' ) it' Common Sense Medical Adviser," 1008 large
H ' 1 siages, Is &enlree on receipt of twenty-one
It j, onc-ccnt stamps, for the paper-covered
' ) 1 book, or thirty-one stamps for the cloth-
i , ' i Ijound volume. Address Dr R, V. Pierce,
" ilj j Buffalo, N. Y.
H; ,. , i For constipation, Uie true, scientific cure
,i j, , Ut. Pierce's Plcasapt Pellets , Mild,
! i ' , harmless, yet cure. No other pill can coin-
Hi f !p axe with the m,
As to Anti-Polygamy
flank in Platform
Incorporation of One Urged in Com
munication From W. C. T. TJ., but
Receives No Attontion.
CHICAGO, June 22. During tho
meeting of the committee Reso
lutions Senator " Galllnger pre
sented and had read a communi
cation from Mrs. Lillian N. Stcvana of
Evenaton, III., on behalf of the "Wom
en's Christian Temperance union, urg
ing the Incorporation of an anti-polygamy
plank In the platform, but the
subject received no attention beyond a
remark or two to tho effect that the
insertion of such a provision would be
unwise. No resolution covering the
point was presented by any member of
tho committee, and there was no other
mention of the subject.
protection of all our citizens abroad. It
Is tho unquestioned duty of tho Govern
ment to procure for all our citizens, with
out distinction, the rights of travel and
sojourn In friendly countries and we de
claro ourselves In favor of all proper ef
forts tending to that end.
Our great Interests and our growing
commerce In tho Orient render the condi
tion of China of high importanco to the
United States. Wo cordially commend the
pollcv pursued In that direction by tho
administrations of President McKInloy
Wo favor such Congressional action as
shall determine whether by special dis
criminations the elective franchise In any
Stato has been unconstitutionally limited,
and If such Is the case, wo demand that
representation In Congress and In tho
Electoral college shall bo proportionately
reduced as directed by the Constitution of
the United States.
Capital and Labor.
Combinations of capital and of labor aro
the results of (he economic movement of
the age, but neither must be permitted to
infrlngo upon the rights and interests of
tho people. Such combinations, when
lawfully formed for lawful purposes are
nlikc entitled to the nrotoctlon of tho
laws, but both are subject to tho lawe
and neither can be permitted to break
Tribute to McKinley.
The great statesman and patriotic
( American, William Mclvlnlcy, who was re
elected by the Republican party to tho
Presidency four years ago, was assassi
nated Just at the threshold of his second
torm. The entire Nation mourned his un
timely death and did that Justice to hn
great qualities of mind and character
which history will confirm and repeat.
i "Worthy Successor.
The American people were fortunato In
his succcFaor, to whom they turned with
n trust and confidence which have been
fully Justified. President Roosevelt
brought to tho great responsibilities thus
sadly forced upon him a clear head, a
brave heart, an earnest patriotism, and
high Ideals of public duty and public ser
vice. True to the principles of the Re
publican party and to the duties to which
the party had declared, ho also has shown
himself ready for every emergency, and
has met new and vital questions with
ability and with success.
Coal Strike Settlement.
The confidence of the people In his Jus
tice, Inspired by his public career, enabled
him to render personally an lnestlmablo
service to the country by bringing about
a settlement ol tho coal strike, which
threatened such disastrous results at the
opening of the winter In 1902.
Foreign Policy Vindicated.
Our foreign policy under his administra
tion has not only been able, vigorous and
dignified but In the highest degree suc
cessful. The complicated questions which
arose In Venezuela were settled In such a
way by President Roosevelt that tho
Monroe doctrlno was signally vindicated,
and the cause of peace and arbitration
Panama Acts Approved.
His prompt and vigorous action In Pan
ama, which wo commend in the highest
terms, not only secured to us the canal
route, but avoided foreign complications
which might have been of a very serious
character He has continued the policy of
President McKInley In the Orient,' and our
position In China, signalized by our re
cent commercial treaty with that empire,
has never been so high.
He secured the tribunal by which the
vexed and perilous question of tho Alas
kan boundary was finally settled.
Whenever crimes against humanity havo
been perpetrated which have shocked our
people, his protest has been made and
our good offices have been tendered, but
always with due regard to International
Under his guidance we find ourselves at
peace with all the world, and never were
we more respected or our wishes more re
garded by foreign nations
Laws Are Enforced.
, Pre-eminently successful In regard to
our foreign relations, he ha3 been equallv
fortunate in dt-nllng with domestic ques
tions. The countr has known that the
nubile credit and the national currency
was absolutely safe In the hands of his
administration. Jn the enforcoment of tlio
lnwa he has shown not only courage, but
the wisdom which understands that to
permit laws to bo violated or dlsregardrd
opens the -Joor to anarchy, while tho Just
enforcement of the law is the soundest
conservatism. He had held firmlv to the
fundamental American doctrine "that all
men must obey tho law. that thero may
be no distinction botwecn rich and poor
between strong and weak, but that Jus
tice and equal protection under tho law
must bo secured to every citizen without
regard to race, creed or condition.
Ills administration has been thorough
vigorous and honorable, high minded and'
patriotic. We cpmmcnd It without reser
vation to the considerate Judgment of tho
SHERIFF FINDS SONS
FOR THEIR TiOTHER
Through the efforts of Deputy Sheriff
Andrew Smith, a long-separated mother
and two fonn havo been united. Twelve
years ago the mother becamo separated
from hr husband and two boys, Roy and
John Bell, aged 5 and 7 years, respective
ly. Since then tho mother haj been re
married and Is now living at Butte.
Under her present name, that of Mrs.
Mabel Herman flhe wrote to Sheriff Em
ery, soliciting his assistance In locating
her boys, who she believed wero In this
county. Mrs. Herman did not state that
she had been married twice and failed
to give her former name of Bell.
It was Intuition more than anything olso
that led Deputy Smith to locate the Bell
boya as Mrs Herman's long-lost fions.
He found tho young men down at Mur
ray, where thoy are both stcodllv em
ployed. The boys wrote to their mother
at onco and Sheriff Emery received a lot
tor yesterday thanking him for his kind
service. The. boys say they will visit their
mother Just as soon as they can afford it.
A minor feature In the story la that the
boys became separated about six years
ago and wore lost to each other for live
years, when they accidentally met at
Murray one year ago. Tho boys do not
know where their father is or if he la still
itJX?lton;'B'' aRKd-8. rear- 353 West
Third North, Juno 20.
SOCIETY WRECKED HER LIFE
A woman In society is obliged to keep
late hours. She murt attend receptions
nnd balls. She seldom allows hcmilf a
Quiet evening at-home. Her whole time
is taken up in keeping engagements or
entertaining In her own home.
Her system becomes completely run
down as a consequence. She soon finds
herself in n condition known as sys
temic catarrh. This has a,lf?o been called
If every society woman could know
the value of Peruna at such n time. If
they could realize the Invigorating,
strengthening effect that Peruna would
have, how much misery could be
Letters from society women all over
the United Slates testify to the fact that
Peruna is the tonic for a run down,
depleted nervous system.
MASONIC FRATERNITY EX
CURSION TO GARFIELD
FRIDAY, JUNE 24. FARE 50 CENTS
ROUND TRIP. SPECIAL TRAINS
LEAVE O. S. L. DEPOT at 2:00 p. m.
and 7 00 p. m., via Salt Lake Route. Re
turning, leave Garfield at 5:00 and 10:30
p. m. Come aiong and enjoy a day of
recreation and pleasure. Free bapeball
game, dancing and bathin-j. Music by
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return .$12.60
To Chicago and return 47. HO
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 tourist sleepers through
toSt. Louis without change. Choice of
routes. See any D. & R. G. agent.
A Sale for Men.
A hot weather snap Is offered In
men's hosiery at our store. All broken
lines and oddities at 35 cents a pair,
three for a dollar.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
1C6 Main street.
t To the Provo River.
Leave Salt Lake via D. & R. G. R. R.
5:00 p. m. Saturday and returning leave
Upper Falls 9:00 p in. Sunday, or 3:10
Monday. Best fishing In this part of the
Stale. Fare $2.00 for the round trip.
EAGLES' GRAND OUTING
Sunday, June 26,
To Ogden and Otfden canyon. Round
trip to Ogden $1.00 via Oregon Short
Line. Special leaves Salt Lake 10:00 a.
m., returning leaves Ogden 10-45 p. m.
At Ices than half price. Broken and
odd lines, valued at SI, 75 cents and 60
cents, air go at 35 cents, or three for
a dollar. .
BROWN, TERRY &. WOODRUFF CO.,
1GG Main street.
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals t tho Cullen hotel yesterday
were; Goorgo W. Mldddlcton. Cedar CItv;
Edward PJko, Eureka: W. R. McCulla,
Hastings; A. L. Adklnson, Tooele; N, J,
Chlsholm, Chicago; Johhn Bruzler. Stock
ton; Mrs. W. M. Androgg, SL Ix)Uls, John
J. Pleger, Buttfe; May Vanderburgh,
Klrksvllle. Mo.; T. P. Weaver, Ketchum:
Ida.; C. E. Lanback, Los Angeles; Ed
Wlnsby and wife. San Francisco; Joseph
Anderson and wife, Francis Child and
wife, Lehi; H. M. Parsons and wife,
Adams. Mass,; G. W. Craig, Provo; Lewis
Anderson, Manll; F. E, Jones. Bingham;
James O, Cllvcs, Mackay, Ida.: William
S. Henderson, Vernal, Utah; C. Funk, Og
den; W. P. Lowry, Los Angeles.
Favorable to Parker.
BURLINGTON, Vt, Juno 22. Tho
Democrats of Vermont at their State
convention today declined to in
struct their delegates to the Na
tional convention to vote for the nom
ination of Judge Parker for President,
but just before adjournment a motion
wa adopted giving, expression- to .the
opinion that Judge Parker was the
most available candidate. (
TIRED, NERVOUS, ACHING,
PE-RU-NA RENOVATES, REGU
A PRETTY NEW YORK WOMAN'S
RECOVERY THE TALK OF HER
Mrs. J. E. Finn, S3 East High street,
Buffalo, N. Y wrote:
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: "A few years ago I
had to give up social Ufa entirely, ns
my health was completely broken
down. Tho doctor advised a complete
rest for a year. As this was out of
tho question for a time, I began to
look for some other means of restor
ing my health.
"I hnd often heard of Peruna as an
excellent tonic, so I bought a bottle
to see what It would do for me, and
it certainly took hold of my system
and rejuvenated me, and in less than
two months I was in perfect health,
and now when I feel worn out or
tired a dose or two of Peruna is all
that I need." Mrs. J. E. Finn.
Mrt J. W. Reynolds, Elkton, Ohio,
"T owe my health and life to Peruna.
We rarely call in a physician, in fact It
has been years since I have taken any
other medicine than yours. I am afraid
of drugs, nnd although I have been sick
many times I have taken only your
medlcinos. They are wonderful, Indeed,
We have a very large houee and enter
tain a creat deal and I do all my own
work, thanks to Peruna," Mrs. J. W.
Free Treatment for Women.
Any woman' wishing to be plnced on
the list of Dr. Hartman's patients for
free treatment and advice should Im
mediately send name and symptoms,
duration of disease and treatment al
ready tried. Direetiqns for the first
month's treatment will be promptly
mailed free of charge. No free medicine
will be supplied by the doctor, but all
necessary directions will be furnished.
Read Avhat the above ladles have to
say of Peruna as a cure for these cases.
Address Dr. I-Inrtman. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus
Beautiful Castilla Springs
Hotel now open. Rates $2 per day
and up. Table d'hote meals, 60 cents.
, Popular-price cafe. Special rates' to
families and parties. For excursions
and further information address J.
Myers, 57 South State. U. F. Vail,
$2 00 for the round trip Salt Lake to
Provo canyon, leave Saturday, 5 00 p.
in., return Sunday night or Monday.
Leave your family atJpper Falls, tho
finest resort In the Stale. Via D. & R
G. R .R.
When they travel, go one route,' re
turning another, in order to see all
the country. You tan do this on your
Eastern trip by asking for your tlck
etsl at least one way Colorado Midland.
Costs no more. Through standard and
OH, FOR WASATCH!
The Murray Livery will take you to
Wasatch at any time. Get off at the end
of car line. Will run a dailv stage after
July 1. 'Phone us, 51-K.
There's No Excuse
For not wearing good hosiery. Some
men don't wear any, but they proba
bly do not know that we are selling the
dollar kind at 35 cents a pair. 4
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
16G Main street.
SECOND EXCURSION NORTH,
Saturday, July 2,
Via Oregon Short Line. Greatly re
duced rates to principal Utah and Idaho
points. Full particulars furnished by
Oregon Short Line agents.
PORTLAND, Or., June 22. Thomas
Richardson, chairman of the executive
committee of the Trans-Mississippi
congress, announces that arrangements
have been completed for the fifteenth
annual session of the Congress at the
palace of education within the grounds
of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
at St. Louis September 10 to 17 inclu
sive, with headquarters at the Inside
Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for tho
human body by surgery. Orgnna are
taken out and scraped and polished
and put back, or they may bo removed
entirely: bones are spliced; pipes lake
the pluce of diseased section of veins;
antiseptic dressings are applied to
wounds, bruises, burno and like, n.
juries before Inflammation, seta" in
which, causes them to heel without ma
turation and is one-third the time re
quired by the old treatment. Cham
berlain's Pain Balm acts on this prin
ciple. It Is an antiseptic ond -vhon ap
plied to such injuries, causes them to
heal very quickly. It also allays the
pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of
Pain Balm in your homo and lc will
save you time and money, not to men
tion tho Inconvenience and suffering
which such injuries entail. For sale
by all leading druggists.
CLOSING OUT SALE CONTINUES I
Every Pair of Shoes, 0ur cost mark ta ' We have a full Ifo of 6
Oxfords aind Slippers p,DRJ,eHHS-I-N6Z Jobber Boots, Khq
must go. 5c, 10c and 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Boots, Hip Boot anj II
j I5c above actual cost. ! Sporting Boots. '
THE MRE SHOE 6., if
258 South Main Street Sim of THE BIG SHg -j
You hnvo alwjyj meant to
buy o STEINWAY Piano-
i that U your ideal. You don't 1
know how the Idea came to you i
that Steinways are the best. t
Wc can tell you. It u
No one told you 10. Tho t
world jayj so, and when the
Stelnway goej home you will H
know why better every day. l
SOLD ONLY BY l
ICSaytou Music Co. i
100 Main SL ' New Store.
THINGS ABOUT A PLUMBER
that should Interest you aro how well ho
docs his work, how reasonable ho docs it,
and the manner In which It is dono. Wo
want to Interest you with our plumbing
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the various brandies of our trade havo
mado us experts In such matters. Our
experts aro all export men; good, sober
and active workers. Hence, you work la
Intrusted In safe hands.' Let's give you
an estimate on your needs, and the price
will talk for itself.
I M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 East First South. Tolephono 753.
Our lines of Shirt Waist
Sets, Tie Pins, Watch
Fobs and Chains for Neg
ligee attire. All stylish
Fino Goods at
& Stove Co,
Geo. M. Scott's Old Stand,
Phone 74S, Either Line,
Scoit's Saiiia-! Pepsiii Capsules
5. POSITIVE CURE
io Oladclcrnnd DImhikxI Kid.
NO OUKE HO TAT. Curfa
ilcklr and wirmiiiientlr the
oral ens? of Gonorrhoea,
id Glet, do mattorof how
l.rmIV.s Bold by drngiriBti
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.
IT. J, HILL DRUO CO., Salt Lake City.
, 1 1 Z Off Scilc Q0ns l!1 111
H A OFF ON TAILOR-MADE SUITS 11
I A OFF ON PATTERN HATS WM
I QFF QN LACE ANP NET WAI jTS i l
II One Large Lot o? Foulard" "ijS I -
Silk and Mohair Suits at f 0f lit
i HAMILTON'S "i
At I THE BOYS-
$ gj a 9 U Wo want to get next" to the boys. 8 :
osnoo s e if w can een him Ms cithe3 n' I
:r c we can do it when he's a grown man. j :
f C-ft ' If we can't fit him, no one can. Suits j i
i fjiors i fr his bys and Httie ho?s' w" i -
I ready for all of them. Suits at $1.50, 8
S B ?2.00, ,$3.00, $4.00 up to $10.00. j '
jg ljj '&SIM3fl Don't pass us, boys. 8 '
" ( ;
IONE-PBICED CLOTHIERS, -45-47 Main Street. j .
,,.., , ,, ,, I J
'""" -v.jhei-U LiMim ii i I t , i, j 1 1 M HI eeCTamMi r
I BR 6. W. 'HIGGINS
! Thirty Years in SaH Lake ity. j
I The Oldest and Mml Reli- j
able Specialist In the City, j
. Can be found at his office, ST, ELMO I
I TououMUhav': HOTEL, from 10 a. m. to 4 P- m I
! S.D'' H'eeln3 Rooms 17, 18 and 19, 7 to 9 P- m j
1 THE $45.00 GARLAND RANGE
S Was sold to F. E. Jones, 13 Will ard Court, for $34.00. l'
Buy one next Saturday at your own price. . I j-
! FRUIT JAR SALE THIS WEEK: I
Ball's Best Pints, 65c per dozen. I ?
Ball's Best Quarts, 75c cents per dozen.
Ball's Best Half-Gallons, $1.00 per dozen. I
BRUBASCER - CAMPBELL BDW. CO., j
27-29 West Third South j
rTiii 1 1 1, 1 1 nil 11 x.-friMih'-r'gA, ;
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j 1 Bait is not the only thing you need on a fishing i
j trip. A hos of Cressida cigars are a great help. A I
3 great smoke for high-class consumers. ffl '
RIEGER & LINDLET, 1 j
;i "Tho Whiskey Merchants." 1 )
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; PICTURE FRAMING I
At Popular Prices. 1
American Wall Paper Co.
J 6 E. THIRD SOUTH.
Any elck person who tiu,""".!
Uquozono should ; write the Uquw B
Ozono Co., Wabaah 1 :
K cnt-o. They ivlll oend yon on order 00 H ,
3 your druuTBlst for a -oent tUe rr.g
Sir you will atatu the dlaeaa to mi ;