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TURDAY JULY 23, 190-1. v .v 'CHE SULT TTTB TRIBTJjOT; jf M
W BUSY DAY
Ground Oat io
ice of v?f
Ssfrn Bowman's Desire to j
tSjfSt'Biiiiard Game Gets
LHini into Trouble.
iiadjjKooyman Mixes Facts nnd,
0ftt,lSaciefl, and Gets Twenty
lwi Hays in JaiL
s&i or A m Bowman, charged with tlls
TwtiiD 1'eaco, using vile and abua-
D V,osc' gl3 throwl,,& a cusnl
'trank justice, created somowhat
BME (Vrlon ln Jud&5 Dlchl'a court
piy altc-nioon by exhibiting the
Ktrerno ir.dltfcreneo 03 to the
te.or his ense nnd tho leatimony
w ccJfcd therewith. "What is your
r,i'?ho charge?" aalccd the Judge,
a i I am guilty," replied Bowman
e cfeelcss manner,
ajsltcourt has been Informed that
Iff most serious offense and
tho defendant so that he may
ctOunsc-l it no so ueaireB. --w.
lUwGulItv, ln a way," Interrupted
caifcjifl'must plead guilty or not
I guffi, fi-'if you plead, but the court
you again that it is your priv
1 0 employ counsel If you so dc
Phi JCs a
n ready for trial," grumbled out
,fil in. "Have you any wl messes?"
couzU "I did. but I don't see
Qdcji re now, bo let It go."
nSB io testimony which followed it
icd that Bowman entered a Sec
4 liith saloon in a drunken condi
5) id. wanted to help some gentle
Hlss 2 frank Justice among others, In
iff up the results of a billiard
.tUj ."We can count them well
oortflt F ourselves," replied Justice,
Jin n i Bowrnan aside. At this Bow
font tcame enraged and cracked Jus-,
tea! ;the arm breaking1 a billiard cue.
h4 ensuod. DUt friends stopped
' Itf I! prevented a bloody battle.
'ew moments later Bowman sud-
i'selzed a cuspidor and threw it
ma a itlce'e head. but. the latter sklU
Ajsj Intercepted It vdth his cue. The
IT or struck the wall, while the butt
tatV ke cue rtew- ofr' strlk,nE a large
ara k ' w'ch was shattered to frag-
JS RniVTimn. hnv'ftwr. olnlniivl
jBustlce threw tho -cue at him and
fethe mirror. So strongly did ho
r tf4Ain this one fact and so freely
ai-jSTconfess all else that Judge Diohl
ln'lS to investigate tho case and or
'rlthe defendant to appear for sen-.'-Jfct
10 o'clock tills morning.
!jis1b Patella, a well dressed young
Ulniwho presented every appearance
t jwppectability, pleaded guilty to
11 Dl!"nncss and to disturbing the
"JH'Vnille going home from his ca
"jjiearly in tlie cveninE", ho passed
x Tleidence of Joseph Plant and
I'ltlm for n rlrlnlr nf writer P.i.
;e wifcen turned to Plant's wife and
ilfTtift upon her all tho names, both
a-tofiind vile, that he could think of.
"JkPlant emerged from his house,
if efSfthl't him and tho two indulged
mofalrely tussle, In which Patella was
) batiBly worsted.
Plant had done the right thing."
- e court, "he would have beat
ifflceafc.Eo that you wouldn't be able
fcere today The only thing that
ru from tne niaximmn penalty
"JP.1 absolute lrreBponHlblllty re
lfmdmftm your condition. The court
fcsusl8 a anc oC $10 this time."
nay ( 0
resii nn Cole, an old-time friend of
er, at Bballa, Dleadod guilty to va-
0 ? and was riven thirty days.
m oil I Kooyman, a youth charged
1 a grancy, put ui a brilliant de
folllsji mixing facts and fallacies with
i. 1 Ufferentlallty, but when he told
Sir5icl11 thac 110 had worked at
VT;flvo different jobs within the
' wnth his honor nearly fainted
11 vi red "twenty daye." Kooy
! W friends, Albert Chatham and
v Wllson, frankly admitted their
tw kilt, but made a atrenuouB effort
r their young associate. How
ere1 monumental llee, his faulty
jjrttd '(and Iiod dreams were more
tfrsa ift Judge could stand and the
b wt note than anyono else killed his
a"? mnces of .being let off. Albert
in, vho 'was arraigned along
vi kooyman. pleailed guilty to va
i TfOS d waa slven twenty-live davs.
Wilson, the Icador of tho trio,
ided guilty to frequenting the
1 i c late and ""usual hours of
1 Lri He Ked for mercy on the
itw- , c that he had just been released
, rA-lng a term of sixty davs on
4 pe charge.
RflTf rou certalnl-v like this kind of
nu w. Forty days," exclaimed the.
U&i on will let mo go. Judge, I swear
oai &tva lown und Kl,lr away an
WQ Sthree yeare," said Charlss
i . when asked to plead to the
x PC drunkenness. "You see,
-A ? was just vlalting my old
al fe j ani 1 couldn't refuse a glass
acd' ,er' u' so ve'- hot," ex
. . "omas, as he wiped the 3wea;
.Uoo ' brov. Before the Judge could
Pr' n?"?as exclaimed, "Judge, you
1 - m 0lT-"
n a 1 SSL0?1 y?u so?d and obcr
V 1,00 l-d tlltJ Juagc
eoV E KQing out of town tonight."
j bbJ ;the . a
ieriCi SJ?0B?' ,be3ides ono gets 1
sssg srutffi1 1 " of 1
75jJ ( tThc a reason.- 1
LIST OF IETTEKS
Rcninlning uncalled for at tho postofflce-
at Salt Lako- City. July 25, To ob
tain Uieso letter applicant must call for
"advertised letters" and must give tho
dato of tho list. If not called for within
two weeks they will bo sent to tho Dead
Anderson Fred Knight L W
Atkinson F . KrcbH Rev S !
Anderson II O Knollcnbcrcr Walter
Allen T A i.ovlett Wiley
Block H S- Ludwlg "Wm
Ball A E ijtt Chas B
Bauphcr D D Lcathcad "W- K
Barnco T C Lewis Li
Barnes Thos Iowls J
Bontllff, Lamson & Lewis J T
Co "Lewis Eugene.
Banny D D Linn R
Baugher T L Levy Abe C2)
Blake- I2d F Liud- August
Braule Andrew Loncnster Bort
Borfeau Frank Maynnrd F J
Brirnm Eugene Mayo C IT .
Barscoc Henry McLaughlin Geo
Bock Gcorga srcdilley AV J
Clontiell J J2 MoXalr M E
Church Frank McClarren J II
Church F A McAllister G L
Clemont U J McConkey A
Cox Bernanl Mcmahan VlrgU
Cro?8 Etlmond Morgan TI F
Cohen Ed Moljmeux Supt
Cooley S S Alma
Cojiovor G E AIIIIc Tl T .Tr
Curtis L C Mndsen R H
Culchess Shnidcr Mahon J T
Cook W'm X Meany Clias
Cahoon Lee Owln Norton .Tav
Carter S M Norrls E C
Dally L f. O'Leary John
Duffer MV Oxford Walter
Dallrlno S P Olson Chan
Demers Alfred Poarson M A
Davis Henry Prathcr Eamcfst
Lfftlng Amos Pollard John
Ldwarcs Jack Porter M
Emms E A Parks Wm ,
Linmett Carl Patterson Wra
larmlngton Cons Phelps Oscar
Oil A: Gas Co Parce Loo
Fehrensen led J poarson John
Fcracrdu Richard Poltv Chas
Faucher Thep Patterson Andre w
FUding 1 D nuby Lon
Freeberg George Rolor A I.
l''0rd, )r RcchnlUcr C
lord Will Rafforty Joo
V erguscn Jack (2) Smith J
Croyer. Marlon Goldsmith L W
Jlinlns Co smith V R
Gooch II W Smith S A
Gleason Jack 0Ltco jamos
Grant J M Svnj-lhuut H If
n?Very AA Sharwln Louis
Gott O M Slaughter G AV
Harris Albert Shirley H B
Hoagen C Scholor P D
Housni-i- Herman Syater Elmer L
Han- son I S Samuolson Edward
,t1m(Is.A, Selmens Fred
Helhvlg Wm Sa-or F T
Henderaon S W xho Florence Mining
Hexum Albert & Mill Co
Hccker Jjr Townsend IT C
li m.ce-Potc Tollr Geo &
11, Hf,V m Thomjson W W (0)
Hughes Uoff Taylor John
Hoaglund J A Teaedcl A D
Hanna E A Thomas M
Joest Albert Whllnker Jas
Jackson A Wallcer Austin
Jeiwcn V 1 m Wardorth Sam P
Jones B V. -r,) Harry
Jones C E Williams W F
Johnson H J AVIIliams W It
Jplinan iM-ed Whalen R A
Kahlert A Wlnkols Luther E
K ng I. rank R Willrlch Geo F
Klngaley Ralph AA'illlams F W
Ive cy Wallace Whltewud C M
Kolley A p Zimmerman P
Ashton Emma Korrcn Mlec? Maud
Brewer Mrs Sophia Kerns Mrs Ellen
Brash Mrs R Kellor Miss Sadlo
Bridwell Mrs I.lllan Larson Mrs Oscar M
Bogard Kathleen LuLndqulat IIlss
Bingham Miss Margaret
Burmlngham Mirs Larsen Miss Ivy
Lzlna Louis MIbs Dora
Blaeser Louise Lannon Miss Annio
Boeck Mrs C A May Lena B '
Bradley Miss Dnlay McDonald Mrs R AV
Brown Miss Cloo McCain MJss Mame
Brown Mrs Beeslo McEntlro Miss
Brown Mrs Carrie Martha
Brown Miss Nellie Mimroe Mrs Thos
Carpenter Mrs Morris- Mrs Mary
Francis MorleriBon M.rs
Cushlng El Hanna C
Campbell Emma Mlcklflrth Mrs
Cork Mrs Miller Mrs J M
Davis Mrs Nellie, Mayo Mrs C n
Doolan Mrs Arthur Miller Mlqs Annlo
Drummond Mrs C H Mellson Mrs J M
Dcaton Mrs Dora Norton Mrs Julia A
Dempscy Miss Ada Oliver Laura
Ekland Miss Louisa Olson Miss Anna
Engberg Miss Bar- Pierce Mrs B L
bara Pratt Carolyn
I-arrell Mrs M.ary Parke Mrs Bertha
Fastabend Mrs Richards Miss D
Foster Mrs Lizzie B.lco Mrs Davo
Frleso Mlss E C Rooks Mrs Eve
Frajieom MJtis l'n N
Blancho Rlllston Mrs W
Glbb Velma Robertson Ruth B
Grandlnettl Mrs Stalna Mrs T
Gaetnno Stewart Mrs "V p
Gannon Mrs P J Sessions Mrs p
Hansen Miss Mario Scott Miss- Mario
nisburg Mrs John Shockley Irs J H
Hanker Mrs Martha Schver Mrs Ella
Hanks Mrs Julia Smith Mrs M
TIrock Mrs John Thyaln Mrs AvaUno
Haish Miss Hattlo Tea Mrs Cedora
Hisgins Agnes B Mnv
. Hancock Annie E Wallace Mac J
Knappcr Miss Ma-Warren Miss Roso
mle Wunson Lolso
Bilognoro Glo Whltncr F
Burns B F Jonson Niels
Cagoon D F Kayos Geo
Clarey Frank Falornik Frank
Cnhibroso .Too Tenaxnoyalr Axdpl
Danner E C onkls
Frost Hugh Tkallc Ataranggo
Hocovar Anton Ylnka
Halkin Anton Tekullc Stove
ITalkln C Lunlo J050
Hunsinger Geo Leatham Mls T
Hand Wm McKonna Phlllpp
Hatch Walter Mawolia John
Kallc-noggcr Johan Mohel Anton
Klemenelc Anton Noronlof AVayne
Long Jos Nellsen Miss LIzzIo
Maggln Jos Pechavar Johan
Herm Anton Hoce- Whitman Chas
var Wollfil Mrs
Tort Bouglas Station.
Barker Leslie II McCIoud Sergt
HavH Raymond Loe Low Hector
IIohm.ni J C Raymond John
Calder Park Station.
Grant Mr& Hattlc
Hucing- Clubs Consolidate.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. Direc
tors of the San Franciaco Jockey club
und Pacific Const club have Hied cer
tificates with the County Clerk show
ing that Iho capital stock of the San
Francisco club -was reduced to 51,001
and of the Pacific Coast club to $1240,
Both clubs arc now merged with the
New California Jockey club.
exclaimed Thomas as he was led from
A sense of shame and a spirit of
haughty pride prevented J. J. Lewis,
charged with petit larceny from mak
ing a confession to Judge Diohl which
might have freed him. The testimony
given established the fact that Lewis
had borrowed bicycles from Claud
Jones and Itov Rich some time ago
and that hitherto he had shown no In
tentions of returning them. In court
ho said that ho had Kent them to
friends and consequently Judge Diohl
sentenced him to pay a Ho of $30. I7f.
later confessed that his Impoverished
condition had compelled him to place
the wheels ln a pawn-shop, explain
ing that he expected to receive some
money so that he would bo able to ra
tuin the bicycles on the next day. Had
those who swore out the warrant
known thm fact, they would have acted
otherwise and the Judge declares that
he would have been more lenient. Ills
sentence will probably be changed at
the remiedt of tho City Attorney.
HELD UP FOR A
J, l Hardy Retails
Private Secretary of Gover
nor Morrison ef IdafTo Vis
Its Old Home.
Tells of the Growth of His Adopted
State and Its Fine Financial
i J. K Hardy, private, secretary to
Gov. Morrison of Idaho, who was in
town yesterday, is enthusiastic over the
growth nnd poeslbllltles of his adopted
State. Mr. Hardy is an old Salt Laker,
having been a deputy United States
marshal here some yeJirsogo, and was.
"Boise Is having a steady growth," j
said Mr. na,rdy. "A new hotel Is Build
ing on the eltc'of th& old Overland. It
occupies an area of 100x125 feet and will
be six stories ln height. The- big Meth
odist church has Just been completed
and the Government Is planning to en
large the barracks. An architect has
been detailed to draw planw. The pop
ulation of Bols?e Is now between 11,000
and 13,000. The growth extends to all
parts of the State. Irrigation projects
are drawing settlers to Idaho by Uie
hundreds who are racking homes.
State Finances in Good Shape.
"Tho State's Unances are ln excellent
shape. Idaho has a large sum of money
from the s?ale of Its timber lands. At
the tirnw the present Administration
went into office this sum amounted to
$160,000. Previously this money had
been held In the sinking funds, but
upon the recoromondation of Gov. Mor
rison and the legal opinion of the Attorney-General,
JJIL'5,000 of this money
has been invested In district echool
bonds and In foreign loans averaging
an Interest of C per cent annually. This
Interest la apportioned among the
svchool districts. The leasing of public
lands, inaugurated by Gov. Morrison, Is
I bringing in $00,000 a year, which in ap-
plied to the school fund, thus making
the tax for educational purposes very
Improvements m Idaho.
"The- Idaho State Industrial Reform
school near St, Anthony, Fremont
county, Is nearly completed. There is
still a llttjo talk about the formation of
a new State out of northern Idaho and
eastern Washington, but I hardly think
the project will ever be carried out."
Mr. Hardy declared that the reports
from the Thunder Mountain district
have not been exaggerated. A State
wagon road is being constructed to this
mining region and will be completed
within a month.
Held Up for a Tribune.
An amusing story is told by Mr.
Hardy of an adventure which he had
while traveling by stage between Frisco
and Burbank ln January, 1&08.
"It was dark and bitterly cold," said
lie, "when all of a eudden two men
stepped out, one on either side of the
train. The driver f?ald to me, 'We are
In for It now, and almost at the same
moment one of the men shouted, 'Hold
up your hands.' The driver and 1 im
mediately compiled. All sorts of stories
of hold-ups ran through my mind, when
one of the men said 'Give me a Salt
Lake Tribune. I haven't seen any news
for a month." He got The Tribune, and
that was all there was to the hold-up."
Sells His Residence.
Judge Frank H. Clark has sold his
residence at Tenth East street and
Blaine avenue to Mrs. L. F. Duncan,
late of Bozeman, Mont. The Judge and
family will remove next Tuesday to
apartments In the BIckford terrace, 276
East Second South street.
Sleeplessness Is a
Sign of Nerve Troo
ble and Should
Be Looked To.
Thero are three different manifesta
tions of olcoplcssnc33.
Flrat, hardly to sloop a wink all night,
eecond, to Ho awako a Ions time beforo
falling aslcop; third, to fall asleep soon,
waking up after several hours and thon
find It hard to sloop again.
They mean that somewhere in tho
norvo fibres, somewhere in tho brain
cells, somewhere ln the blood vcsscla
that carry blood to tho brain, -eomcthlng
In radically wrong, and must be righted,
or tho end may bo worco than doath.
To right it, tako Dr. Miles' Ncrvlno.
Somo other srvmptoms of nerve trou
blft are: Dlzrlncas. Jlcadachc, Back
ache, Worry, Fretfulncss, Irritability,'
Melancholy, Lack of Ambition.
' They indicate dlacasco which may lead
to Epilepsy, Fits. St. Vitus' Dance,
Norvoua Prostration. Paralysis. Insanity.1
Nothisig will give such quick and last
ing relief as Dr. Miles' Ncrvlno.
"My husband had .been sick for weeks,
could not sit up to have hla bed made.
With all tho medical help wo could got
ho continued to grow worse. Ho could
neither sleep or cat. Our baby girl was
sent away, and all callera barred, bo
causo ho could not stand a bit of talk
ing. I read of a caso of nervous pros
tration cured by Dr. Milon' ReHtorallvo
Ncrvlno. Wo began giving It to him,
and in a few days he was ablo to be
drcSHcd, From that time, ho steadily
Improved Nervine saved his life."
MRS. A. G. HASKIN. FrccvUlc, N. Y.
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Pain Pills, the Nov Scientific RcmHly
for Pain. AIko Symptom Blank. Our
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you what 13 wrong, and how to right It,
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iaVBORATOIUES, JSLKHART, 1ND.
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH
Just Broattio Hyomei Four Times a
Day and Be Cured.
If a few years ago some one had paid
you can euro catarrh by breathing air
charged with a healing balsam, the
Idea would have been ridiculed, and It
remained, for that eminent Investigator,
R, T. Booth, to discover In Hyomei this
method of cure.
HyotneL has. performed almost mirac
ulous cures of catarrh, and ia today
recognized by leading members of the
medical profession as the only adver
tised remedy that can bo relied upon to
do Just what it claims. The complete
. outfit of Hyomei costs but $1,00, and
consists of an inhaler, 0. machine drop
per and a bottle of Hyomei.
Breathe Ilyomei through the inhaler
for a few minutes four times a day and
it will cure the worst case of catarrh.
It soothes and heals the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, prevents Ir
ritation, and effects a complete and
In Salt Lake thero are scores of well
known people who have been curod of
catarrh by Hyomei. If It does not cure
you F. C. Schramm will return the
money you paid for Hyomei. This Is
the strongest evidence that can be of
fered asj to his faith In the remedy.
CURE FOR EAY FEVER.
Hyomei Is a positive cure for tho
sneezing, watering of the eyes, exces
sive running at the nose, and Intense
burning of hay fever. It soothes and
heals the irritated mucous membrane
and gives quick and lasting relief.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner SZnin and South Templo Sts.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSETH F. SMITH. President.
WJLLTAM U. PRESTON, Vice-President
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invJ"
i J. E. Cosgrlff. Pres. E. W. Wilson. Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J, J. Daly. W P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Poabody, Ass't Cashier,
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Salt Lake City. "Utah.
The Oldc3t and Strongest Bank ln Utah.
SurphiB V ...511,370.000
Undivided profits )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with bonks ln all
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, ) On all
IOttcrs of Credit. Y prominent
TclegrniJhlc Trannfera. I cities.
Doposlts rocelvcd subject to ch'ecic.
H. L. MILLER, Cashior.
H. P. CLARK, AssU Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
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GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office in Progress bldg.. Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. J200.000.00.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1SS3. Incorporated 503.
Transact a Goncral Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, 3500,000 Surplus, 8250,000
L S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNO, E. S. HILLS,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vico-Prcsident
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. $200,000.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TpiE DEPOSITS.
jJcCORNICK & CO.,
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OR A TR1VAL AMOUNT
Costs about 3-4c per hour to run.
a buzz fan.
Keeps your houso or office cool.
Wo also sell tho celebrated Dayton
Call and seo the fan exhibit at
Electric Supply Co.
151 Main Street.
Any sick person who has never used I
Ltquozono should write tho Liquid 3
OzOno Co., I5S-ieo Wabash avc, Chi
cago, They will send you an order on
your druggist for a CO-cent bottle free,
If you will stato tho dJsoaso to be I
treated 2-H. G. F. E. I
In effect June 8. 1604.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Heber, Provo nnd
MarysvalP .. . 8:00 a.m.
No. Hft-For Park City S;15 rum.
No. 6 For Denver and East S;C0 a.m.
No, f For Ogden and West 20.60 a.ro.
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1:45 p.m.
No. 2 For Denver and EaGt 3:15 p.m.
No. 8 Foe Provo and Eureka.... B:C0 pirn.
No, 11 For Osdon and local pta.. 6:05 p.m.
No. 4 For Dnnver and East 8:05 p m.
No. 3 For Ocaen and West .11:55 p.m.
No. 112 For Bingham S:10 a.m.
No. Ill For Binbam 3;00 p.m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Ogden and ll) Ecst 8:40 a.m.
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptsl0:25 a,m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 a,m.
No. 5 From Denver and East...l0:-0 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver und East... 1:CS p.m.
No. a -orom Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m.
No. 101 -From Park City E;15 p.m.
No. 9 From Heber. Provo nnd
Marysvule CM p.m.
No. 4 From Ogden and the West 7:E5 p.m.
No. 3 From Denver and East... 11:45 p.m.
No. Ill From Bingham 11:00 a.m.
No. 11S From Blnghnm 5:E0 p.m.
All train except Nos. 1 ;t) 0 atop at In
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
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to New York, Buffalo and principal po!nt
East low rates for summer travel.
Eopeclal attention to ladles and call,
Tourist clcepcro through to Chicago,
Boston and other pointa without chance.
Two trains dally.
lnqulro at ticket office, 102 Dooly block
Salt Lako City. Any Information chee
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not giving it awa unless I fall to euro
you. When you aro cured you can pay
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don't earn. I don't need it, but I am after
tho dollars that aro dally coin;; Into uac
less druKslr.j; and fnKe iremniostn. sr.c: I
am willing to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I have dono tho
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id Olcct, no mntter of how
irmlcij. Bold by dragdate,
rico 31.CO, or by moll, post
Id, CI.CO, b boxea, $2.74.
V. 3. HELL DRUG CO,, Salt L-afco City.
? Mftr-J?m Kidney
fwSP&v & Bladder
I fllnli troubles.
IWMJ URINARY I
5 Dricarc of counterfeit
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ETOseroCTag Y O TJ N G, MIDDLE
W W 3 W M AGED AND ELDER
S 3 IJ1! ' 1 LY.lf you aro aexuai
g i i a TO. i ly wonk. no matter
m & l B 644 ' frm what cause: un
H BWl 0 developed; have strlc-
ssSEiE3fc53u turc. varicocele, etc.,
MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
you. No drugs Or electricity: 7GO.0CO cured
and developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
froo booklet. Sont sealed. Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. R. C. Emmet, 203 Tabor
block. Denver, Colo. 1
Ban Pedro, Los. An- V$wfy
K. R. Co. w
'fTrora Oreson Short Llnodpott Belt Lako
For Provo, LehJ, FalrnJd and
Nophl, Jlantl and points on
Benpeto Valley Ry... 7:30 tuTCU
For Oarfleld Beach, Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka,
and Silver City C8KX) a-IO.
For Provo, American Pork.
Iehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Ca Han tea and intermediate
point 6:Ofl pjio.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lhi. jab. Mllford, Frteco.
CalWites and Intermediate
From Provo, Lehl, Falrfleld.
Mercur aM SaDpeto Valley
Ry. pomtH 5:35 p.io.
From Silver City. Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton, Tooele and
and Osxflold Beach.., '5:35 jp.xo.
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleopinr Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake, Milford. Modena
Direct staff, connections for all mining
dlatrlntn in southern Utah and Nevada
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Strwt
B3. W. njr.r.v.TT, J. Lu MOORE,
Oen'l Pa3i. Agt. Djot. Paaa. Ayt.
Cheap Rates to
(LN1 OTHMR BASTERN POINTS YUL
W can ra.v 70U mcrray. Writ ca.
O. F. WARREN. General Agent,
ai Dooly Block. Salt Lako City.
Saffc "Lake & Los Angeles Bail-way.
In effoct May 31. 1904.
GOING LEAVE RETURNING
SALT LAKE. ARRIVE SALT "
No 2, 10-00 a. m. No. 1. 12:ST p. m.
No. A. 2:00 p. m No. 3, 3:30 p. in.
No. c, 4:00 p. m. No. C, 5:30 p. ra.
No. 8, .5 00 p. m. I No. 7, G:30 p. m.
No. lO.jOO p. in. ' No- 0, 7:30 p. m.
No. 13. p. m. No. 1A. 3:30 p. ra.
No. 11. 8:00 p. m. No. 13. 10:00 p. m.
No 1 0 CO d. m. No. ir, 11-45 d. m.
FARE FOR TL5 ROLND TRII 25
Sunday, last train leaves Saltair at 0.20.
J. E. LANGFORD. Lessee.
Butte, Ban FranclBco, Chi
capo, St. Loula, Omaha,
end Donver 8Jaiaja
From Ocden and ic termed!-
ato pointa 0rlOiunu
mt 0en. Ccho VaUcy,, -
and intermediate pointa 11 juz. iH
hZ City. Oma
cla'co a?4 San Fran-
From Osfcij'. CachaVajiVy" S0a
Sy"6- .Portland and San jM
For Opden, Omaha. Chlcaso.
Denver. Kansas City and'
St. Louis , 4 fTrOOUWBS
For Ofrden. Portland. Butte,
ban Francisco and lntcrrsieV
diate, pointa -.ylOc80.-A.3aj jH
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicanoj
Denver, Kansas City. at
LouIb and San Francis co.. IlSO VTOj yM
For Ogden, Cache ValUty,
Denver, Kanoao City, Orte-
ha, St LouLo and Chlcacb. 5t-p.j
For Osdon. Cache Valfrtr,
Butte, Helena, Portlahsl. iH
San Francisco and internals "
diate points 4., 11?4B pj3
T. M. BCHUMACED3B, Tiafflo MET.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER, A. Q. Pu & T. A.
city Ticket office, sol Ma-fa etrtwt.
. waw6;v4ii 1 11 MM 11 urn
!A Delightful Place to Visit. S
' A ProflUblQ Plaoa to Livs. H
Greatest Flay Ground on Earth. H
F&mous Places Which Every on a, ffi
Wants to See. 'H
Invest In a Ticket to CALIFORj- H
NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In M
HEALTH. PLEASURE A2D H
' WF LTH.
Mountains. Valleys. Rlv-ero, X.alcea m jH
and Oct an Reached by the
Company's Limes 1
For (Sccrlptv and Illustrative jH
llterotiiro call at No. 201 2rQ&ln
Street, Bedt Lake City.
D. R, GRAY. General Aest. H
IN" EFFECT MAY 20,
LEAVB 8ALT LAKE. 6:30, 9-jOO, a.'
m., 1:30. 30, 5:30. 6:30, 7:30 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON, 7:30. 10:00 fe. m.. 12.-00i
noon, 2:30, 4:30. 6:30, 8:30, 100 p. m. lM
"Lost train leaves Lagoon .'iundoy. a30 'H
P. m. 'H
Fare for jl
A. D. PIERSON, Pas3. & Ticket Ast.
J. B. BEAN, Excursion At.
OFFICE. 161 M..UN ST.
Extra trains, 2:30 and 4:S0.?p. m. on Sun
days and holidays.
I St Costs No-Moreolfi. I
Why not take a-little run -East this Jsummer, and .go4v5fi
I the World's Fair City? The rates are "away down,3,,imdj5tii&:. j
just as cheap to use-the St Louis route as anjvother. The;Bur- ffl
lington offers a very convenient stop-over privilege, -wtiichUi m 1
will be glad to explain more fully if you.-will inf ormmeAV&ere M
you propose going and when you-expect $o. -.start; -'S p
rWim !M!1 jl fe.-S. 2TESSlEEP,.GiMr&!xagawS
j A&Jfr WE TREAT AND CURE j fl
! ffi&stiiftn CATARRH Deafness, Noao and TUroa VvKwJ
I fVeSKi jrfiS Troublus, r.yoond Kar XJIseases, DroBChlal i 3s2&MSm' "H
i r277$Q&it JTieA nd kar Troubles, Afltbma. Stomiicu.I.lr- Sfc, JVriSfeSR LH
Suar " fr nnrt KIinor Diso.-wos. Uladdor Tronblw. riyt. JagtfaSlC H
SffiTf? " ' vSr oaialo CottinlnlnU. Chronlo JUIteavii of ik)mf)s 1 ' iH
tK.6 ' 'ffjj V Von"n and Children, Ucart Dl6eite, Ner- ,( iftiXM I LH
I fScX-rf fJT vous Diaoajio, Cboroa. (SU Vitus' Uauco), 'fSif yKUf I
I JiJ? SterlUtr, nickota. Spinal Tronble, Hkln T)(- TOT LH
v( f5l soaao, ficlailoa and Rbounsatlaj, UUcastn '7v3a -ii5i H
JSSli of tb1. Kowel. X'llos. l'latula nad Hcotal MBKSKi vSiflv iM
A i'G?- Troubles. Qoltro (or b)K nooK). Ulood 1)1- S&??SvS I ' LH
I An. K'ii "sa-'oa. Top Worm. Uar I'ovor Hysteria, ifjjEgmfiffir LH
i raft V W. Epilepsy, iDsomnla, oto., and all Iiorroua, ''tfV&-fi$&fO& I ' .tLI
KSVrTSlraft. 1 rlvat nd Ubronlo Dlwnscs, AyWt-jSPj 1 ! iH
mziAf cojisujtatiou Froo. I WM
STrwrTb ,na,l Pnvato disease! ol men, to siiow our Jffi&'fZ? H MiH
I Tv7nJr flood faith Snd cklll.ua aro alv.ays willing to "vfe-d.- I ;WM
p nit. a. j. suonrj. vmlt for our loo until a euro Is oliected. dii. o. w. auokes. J j
I TVZ IWE'AK -MENl VA.ICOCBUU V
I thoroucb, Not ono of i i Ab?oluto)r palnloas flH
(j our patlunu bas ovor " ' ' 1 1 "' " creatmens thI -Saffiti ' VH
j had a roiapao anr So called "WoakneM" In muu Is merely compiotoiy. Invostl- ! lAiH
?lHC,SOhan;e(1 ;a a lympiom ot chronlo IhllamiuaUon ln P1. 0 ur, mth01- J1 I WM
pured. and tvo euro ln tbo pro.Malo Rlaud. brouRht on by early Is ibo only Ujorouably !kLH
loss ilmo tban ibo or- dissipation or by tho liupropor treat- "clentlno treatnonttor MLH
rtlnary lorms ot treat- m0nt 0r somo contracted ufsuaso. A rtlwo bolDff em- ; flH
moat require. comploto ncd radical euro Is. tliereoro. PloJCd. , VH
I a qnesUoa of rcstorlnu tho prostate - flH
I 1 Klandto Its normul stato, and tbls to fll
Specific Blood Poison. mpllsb promplly nnd compiotoiy Spermatorrhoea, I.
,. . lrttbont Hie ueo of Internal remedies. Gonorrhoea. Srnht- VssH
No danRorous minerals Our troatruoat Is a local ono entirely. Ms stricture T 11 os SsH
to drlvo tbo vlr.ls to It la orlclnal and solcntlilc. and has i!o',t "innhood. Hv- iH
tho Intorlor, but barm- been provon absolutoly offcctlro by Sle Soml na I ilH
loss. blood-clconsJnt tbousauds of lo.u. W'i aro convinced V?K otc aro 1 MM
rpraodlcs. that remoro ibat by bo other methods can full nnd nJso Ynnoncr tho dU J slsH
tho last poisonous jmrmuncnt restoration of strenctb oaf ,Zm wo oure lo flH
1 vlcor bo accompUibod. Ay cured. 11
IHOME CURES Q-V AIL. R SH
Wo mako a specialty of curing pallonts by mall. Wo baTO cured tbonsands who bare U ll
noyer seon us porsouully. If ydn aro aflllctcd and cannot call, wrlto us ror ndrlco nnd freo eymp- R llssH
torn blanks and tto will Rladly udvl&c you rcRanllcs your case, rco Of cbaree. iLLI
OOoo Hours: 9 a., ra. to 6 p.m.; ETonlaas," to 3: Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. ra. to 15. Q Vssl
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Exjert wM