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K FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1904. , nB SAOTlf.E VBSBWmi i'AOE THMrf H
I. WIPE OUT
Wife's Aiiegateon as to
Wary Ann J. Smith Alleges
f Cruelty in Her Suit for
Oo'.-.pl9int Bf.-to Forth 'Hint Tv'ift oaxtl
I ChiMxc?. Woi-o -Pearful far I
I Their Lives.
II ,rir you set much funnier I'll wipe
the whole outfit of you off the earth,"
Js thy language alleged to have been
cilfeeted. to his wife and children on
July 25 by Sherldun H. Smith of CCO
South Fifth Enst street. The allega
tion, with others of a similar character,
Is contained In a petition for divorce
hied In the District court yesterday by
E'he -wife, Mary Ann J. Smith.
On July 15, the complaint alleges,
mlth drew a knife at their home threat- j
nine to cut the wife's throat and to
hill the children, because she loved
jthem." At various other times, it Is
charged, the defendant, on account of
Intense jealousy without cause, gave
exhibitions of a violenceof temper
jvhlch aroused In the othor members of
ihe family a fear that their lives were
in constant danger, and for this reason
Mid on account of other acts of extreme
cruelty visited directly upon the plnln-
tiff, she seeks a legal separation.
tTlie Smiths were married In this city
Iphteen years ago and have four chll
Iren, Christian Ada. 17; Sheridan, 15;
;telln, 13, and Clarence, 11. The wife
isks for the custody of the children,
or f35 a month permanent alimony and
50 attorney's fees The defendant Is a
imchlnlst by trade and occupation.
I MAT COMPLETE PURCHASE.
Mining Company's Assessment for
I Purpose Is Sustained,
j According to a decision rendered yes
terday by Judge Morse the Morrison
Mining company may now complete the
purchase from W. H. Child of certain
mining claims in the Humboldt dis
trict, Nevada' The directors of the
wcompany some time ago purchased the
claims In consideration of $12,600, for
JBivtilch amount promissory notes were
Wch'cn and an assessment was levied on
IJthe stockholders for the payment of the
notes. Alvlras E. Snow, one of the
stockholders, brought suit to have the
directors enjoined from collecting the
assessment or mr.klng further payments
to Child, alleging that the claims were
valueless and the deal a fraudulent
one. The ccurt finds no reason for Issu
lpg the Injunction pruned for.
Complaints In lunacy were filed in the
District court yesterday against Alice
Sprlggs, colored, and Frederick Cook.
Both complaints were made by Solo
mon F. Kimball, city Jailer.
Anna E. Carlson yesterday vat
granted by Judge Morse a decree of di
vorce from Carl August Carlson, with
31000 permanent alimony and $250 at-,
i Mrs, Sarah J. Lester, Thomas Walton,
(Thomas Hamilton. Many B. I-Ialiday
Kand Thomas H. Walke were the wit
nesses examined yesterday In the suit
of David McCIeery against the High
land Boy Gold Mining company, now
being tried In the United States Dis
jThe following aliens were admitted to
citizenship yesterday by Judge Morse:
James L. Gunnc-ison. Sweden; James
Andrew Mlchaelson, Denmark; Alphon
20 Von Bun, Austria; Carl Oscar Olson,
:Swcden; Ellen Bagshaw. England; J. II.
Kempton, England: H. S. Tucker, Eng
land. The new citizens are all residents
of this city.
IB veil Itching disease of the skin
quickly cured by
Never falling remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
. Bingham and Return, jl.OO,
- Vla-D. & R. G., Sunday; August 7.
K' MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Alfred D Tobln. Salt Lake CItv 4j
Emma Mae Sanderson, Salt Lake 23
I BURIAL PERMITS.
Jordan, Mary J., ago 05. Holy Cross hos
pital, Anguet 2.
Unmet-, mule Infant, 557 South Third West
.street. August 3.
Dunning, Eugene , 00, tftate mental
I hospital, August J.
Thompson, V. C. , Kcogh -Wright hos
pital, July 31.
I BIRTH RETURNS.
Hoaglar.d, boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, 35-1
Alrnn avenue, August 3.
1 '. Eirl to Mr. 'and Mrs. AV. 530
houth Third West .street, August 3.
"tner. boy to Mr. and Mrs. Hern), 9C1
tourth South street, July 31.
Joiiw, jfirl to Mr. and Mra. W. A., (Mid
way avenue, AukuhI 3.
c-st First South .street, August 3
j Can fee! j
1 In strenyth all
J AND CREAM.
' TRIBUTE TO DEAD.
Resolutions in Memory of E, A. "Wil
Tho commlttco appointed by tho court
of tho Third Judicial district to draft
resolutions of respect In honor of the late
Ervln A. Wilson, yesterday submitted tho
"Whereas, Judge Ervin A Wilson de
parted thl.n llio in S-o.lt Lake Cllv on Tues
day evening, July 2G, IDOi; and
"Whereas, The undersigned wero on
Friday, the 20Lli day of July, 11-04, appoint
ed by the court a committee of the bar
lo prepare and submit rcsolullouM beflt
lln the occasion; therefore, be it
"Resolved, That the court and bar of
I his Judicial district hereby express their
profoumlcit sympathy and sorrow In tho
death of our friend and nsnoclate. stricken
as ho was in the prime of manhood and
n tho midst of an active llfo of honor and
"Resolved, That we recognized In our
depnrted friend a man of blameless life
and of tho strictest integrity, possessing
to a marked degree tho highest hcubo of
honor, a good citizen and an efficient pub
"Resolved, That we lender to his wife
and family cur doopest sympathy In this
hour of their bereavement.
"Resolved, That theBC resolutions bo
spread upon the minutes of tho court, and
that a copy bo presented to the famllv of
our deceased frlond nnd nssoclato, "and
also be furnished to the public press. '
. "II A. SMITH,
"JOHN A. STREET.
"Dated at Salt Lake City this 4th day, of
TO CHANGE HEADQUARTERS.
Mormon Ohurch Will Move Back to
Chattanooga. Within the very near future the head
quarters oC tin- Southern States Mis
sion of the Mormon church avUI be
moved to Chattanooga from Atlanta.
A bout three years ago the headquarters
were moved from Chatlnnooka to At
lanta, but the change has evidently
proved unsatisfactory and a return to
the old seat will probably take place
within the very near future.
A, few days ago President Ben E.
rtlch of the Southern States Mission
went to Chattanooga for the purpos' of
making preparatory arrangements for
the change and with instructions to
purchase some property if a suitable J
location could be secured.
DUE HERE TODAY.
Superintendent of Postal Telegraph
Coming to Salt Lake.
Mr. E. J, Nally of Chicago, the general
superintendent of the Postal Telegraph
and Cable company, will arrive In Salt
Lake today from Chicago. He comes for
the purpose of definitely selecting a loca
tion for the new headquarters of iho Sixth
district, which Is to be established In Salt
Lake. Several locations are at the dis
posal of the company, and a definite se
lection will be made before Mr. Nally's
departure for Butte on Satunlav.
It is understood that W. P. S. Hawk,
superintendent of the sixth district, with
headquarters at Helena, will ausume
charge of the intermountaln division, with
headquarters at Salt Lake, next month.
He will have charge of all the telegraph
lines In Wyoming, Colorado, Ctah, U'.iho.
and possibly Nevada. The company la
pushing work on the lines from Cheyenne
west, so that Montana points will have
two postal outlets.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4. Gen. Schau
mann. father of the assassin of Gen.
RobrikofC. Governor-General of Fin
land, who was taken to St. Petersburg,
July 23, Is Incarcerated In the dungons
of the St. Peter and St. Paul fortress.
ORANGE. N. J.. Aug. It Is claimed
by a resident of this place that he has
Invented a perfect process to convert as
bestos rock into a beautiful silky flbro.
capable of being spun into a cloth similar
WASHINGTON. Aug. MaJ. J. F.
Case, city engineer of Manila, has laid
before the Secretary of War and Col.
Edwards, Chief of the Bureau of Insu
lar Affairs, plans' fpr tho proposed water
supply and sewerage system for Manila.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Aug. 1 The Demo
cratic State convention today completed
the State ticket by naming S. H. Allen
of Topeka, and M. IJ. Nicholson of
Council Grdve. for Justices of the Su
ST. LOUIS. Aug. . A man susT'ectc-d
of having been implicated In the Illinois
Central "Diamond Special" train rob-
bery, near Harvey, HI., was arrestc-J
hero toduy and held.
DENVER. Colo.. Aug. A. E. M. John-
son. president of tho defunct Kliklltv
Sr.vings association, and John I. Jones, ,
secretary, who wero arrested last evening I
on the charge- of having made false xta'i -meitfs
in the association's reports, weie
released on ball today.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 1. Arrangements nrr
nearlng completion for th observance of
Philippine day on August 13 at the expo
sition. In celebration of the commemora
tion of the acquisition of the Philippine
Islands by tho United Slates. Secretary
of War TaTt has accepted an invitation
to be one of the speakers.
ST LOUIS. Aug. I. Tired out. but
greatly pleased with their eight seeing
and experiences at the World's fair.
Theodore, Jr., and Kermlt, sons of Presi
dent Roosevelt, with their cousins, Philip
Roosevelt and Alex Russell, who had
been here since Friday evening, re
turned to Washington today.
VINITA, I. T,. Aug. 4. The Meteor, a.
fast patwenger train on the St. Louis
& San Frnnclsco railroad (the 'Frisco
system) from Dallas for St. Louis, was
derailed near hero today.' Tho engine,
baggage car, mall car and two chair cars
left tho track. Thirty-four persons were
Injured, but no one was killed.
LOUISVILLE, k7-. Aug. I.-South-bound
passenger train No. 1 on tho Louis
ville & Nahvllle, which left Cincinnati
at C o'clock" last night, collided early to
day near Horse Cave, with the north
bound passenger train. Thirty-three pas
sengers and trainmen were hurt.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. I.-A party of
four in automobiles wua held up last
night at Willow Grove, a resort near
her. The highwaymen secured about
?lf1C0 In money aixl Jewelrv. The vic
tims of tho robbery wero A. G. Hall, Mrs.
Hall. Mr? Arthur L. Jackson and Mrs.
Thomas C. Walton, all of New York.
WASHINGTON. Aug. l.-A hurry call
Tor two million feet of lumber, mostly
cypress, and 40,000 pieces of piling was
received by Secretary Murphy of the
Panama Canal commission today from
ST. LOns, Aug. 4. Delegates lo the
first conoJave of the African Grand En
campment of Knights Templars liave
formed a temporary organization.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn . . Aug, 4. Judge
O. WhoelT of the Suporlor court has
granted an Injunction restraining C. H.
Merrltt & Son of Uanbury frpm using n
label which Is alleged to be an Infringe
ment upon the label of the United Hal
ters of North America.
For the third of a century the
x standard for strength and purity.
makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,
cake and other pastry light, sweet
and excellent in every quality,.
No other baking powder is
"just as good as Royal5 either in
strength, purity or wholesomeness
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Alfred DJokin Hastens
Gets Decree at 4 P. R3. and
Celebrates Wedding at
6 P. im.
Bridal Couple Immediately Leave
Town on Three "Weeks' Honey- .
Divorced at -1 p. m. Wednesday from
the wife who . deserted him something
over a year ago, Alfred D. Tobln, a well
known business man of this city, was
granted at 6 o'clock the same evening
a license to wed Miss Emma Mae San
derson, a popular young woman, who
for quite a number of years past lias
made her home with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley M. Sanderson of 555'
South Seventh AVest street. The mar
riage was solemnized at noon yesterday
In Phillips Congregational church, the
Rev. P. A. Slmpkln officiating.
Only Relatives Present.
Only the Immediate relatives of the
contractlng parties wltr.es.-d thr rcr
emony and, after a wedding hre.ikf int
at the home of the bride's brother, Lee
Sanderson. C33 South Sixth East street,
the couple left for a three weeks' wed
ding trip, which will Include a visit to
the World's Fair.
Mr. Tobln Is district superintendent '
for the Home Comfort Range company,
with headquarters in this city.
iGot Copy of Decree.
The suit for divorce from his former
wife had been pending for some time
past, and when he learned Wednesday
evening that the decree had been
granted he wont after regular hours to
the ollice of the County Recorder nnd
succeeded In securing the document
which authorized him to wed again.
Mr. Tobln Is 15 years old and his bride
is 25. The union Is said to be the re
sult of a true love romance.
To Bingham, Sunday, August 7.
The "Old Reliable" Is pouring out Its
wealth as never before. A good chance
to see practical mining on a large
scale. Leave Salt Lake 8:10 a. m. Re
turning leave Bingham 4:40 p. m. Ar
rive at Salt Lake C:50. Fare, one dol
lar round trip.
FORTY-FIVE PERSONS HURT.
Roof Upon Which They Were Stand
WINNIPEG. Man., Aug. I. Forty-five
persons have been injured by tho col
lapse of a huge cattle shed at the exhi
bition grounds while watching a light
between a negro and a bull. The shed
overlooks the bull ring, where Normeus,
tho black bull-lighter, nightly wrestles
with tho animal. A crowd of 160 climbed
on tho ehed to watch the show without
"paying the entrance fee. Without a mo
ment's warning the roof broke through
and precipitated half tho crowd Jo the
lloor. a distance of about twenty-live feet.
In Its descent the roof turned over and
fdl on the people, causing moro serious
Injuries than would otherwise have re
sulted. About fourleer were taken to
the hospital In ambulances, while several
with minor Iniurles wero able to walk
owav James Spoolman of Seattlo. Wash.,
piuJ n liov nami d Sophrr from Calgary,
wni f.t illy hurt. Mt-t f th- injuries
1 win- fiucturt-s of th- limbs.
I Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year, M
g Tho BESt'hOT WEATHER I3EOICCNE
WL PREVENT ALL SUKIK1EB BOWEL TROUBLES 3jp
frit BRILLIANCY J
SI WWM( Clarity and polish, prcv-
ttfl Sss? PMVwiie W str 3 perfect brewing and ivS&fttH
1 Miii fermentation,
OvtplwV Brilliancy is Glvcys foTjnu in beer if (fSy
.3fli bk wl $) 'tzzzl " brewing and mashing has been
$'81 ' PrilrU .Prperly conducted, and the fenncu- j
$-0 m JjW$ZZ& tation of the brew completed under jj
ny sfl&s a carcul ,11 scientific regulation of
' fVf lvS temperature. No other beer made j
if lP'lilf' Bohemian in thi3 quality of fcr22-
nf 111 Fj" L ill ilj lip ' fccy 11 is gained by the unremit-
Wj V ft iu-'sHJH--y y ting watchfulness bestowed upon each i )
Jt IfliUnh, . i.u.wA brewing, and without the use of W
W ! iTrMx' Chcmical PrcservatiTef thns jk
III wholesome 'and
$L exhilarating beer, SK j
!"Tho only beer bottled exclusively At the Brewery" 1
TEE AMERICAN BREWING CO.
' EL M. GURNSEY, Wholesale Dealer. f
Is made to' l&ote
and ri?n like
new when ,we
sEs tab Uah
Silver Lake, Big Cottonwood Canyon. I
Dally stage via Park City, connecting
with trains, and stngo ovcry other day up
Big Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullen
hotel at 7 a. m.
Tef. 6. Murray Bxchance. or Brighton
hotel. HTRUM NELSON. Prop.
If you are always trj'Ing to see
through a blurring mist, or If our
eyes ever give you pain or discom
fort, you are stralnlnj; them and
m. BAYNES & SONS
26 MAIN ST.
M. J. Mitchell hi charge of Optical
LET US PUT 1
1 h PIANO IN YOUR I
j mM 1
$13.00 CASH will be all the first f
payment neccssarj'. $8 a month Is ffl
5 all you need to pay after. And Vi
3 the piano shall represent the ut- M
3 most value for money. rij
I A guaranteed Piano 250. j
I Carstensen & AYnon Co, 1
'A (Incorporated.) ' g
A Temple of Music, 3
I ..74 MAIN STREET.. 1 1
Succeascrs to Daynes Music Co
UTAH 8 CODING '-'MFC COSl
COTTON fELT fif -viK
Better than any Eastern make. "Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
Utah Bedding & WVg Co.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
1 DO YOU SEE I
j EQUAl LY WELL
( With both eycs? Tf not Ivth may ;?
?! be defective, certainly one is. and a
further neglect means Herlous in- 3
Jury to your sight. 1
'h Come at once and have your gj
eyt-B examined. n ;
W 73 WEST FIRST SOUTH. &
I Tel. 17G3K. 3
' For of all sad words c
Of toiiKUv or pen.
j, The saddest aro these, C1
It might have been!" j i
i No one can so fully realize tho , I
; meaning of Whlttler"s words as the
! mother who looks upon the lifeless 3J ,
f form of hor babe, a victim of that K ,
i awful disease croup! Hall's Cough ,
f Ri'medy will save your babe. Ask f.
j- jour r.;gglst for it. U
i At Wholesale by Nelden-Jutlson t
Drug Co., Salt Lake, Utah. $
3 ,, J
Primary, Sooondsn or iertlnry Bleed Poison
PemiKnontly Cnrod. Yon can bo . ticat cl at homo
under mimo Kuarnnty. Oopltivl $.100,000. Wo solloit
tho most obntlnato cftsos. Wo hDVoenrod tho wont
rases In 15 to 35 thiyn. If yon h.-xvo tu.ton mercury,
Jodldo pocash nnd rllll hiwn achoa nnd rnlna. ilucas
Patches In Month. Soro Thro.it. Pliiuiles. t-'onpor-Colort-d
Spots. Ulcorn on any lisri of tho tody. liau
or Kvobrovra falllni? out. writo for proofs of curoi
ClOliASt'MO 0M::o. 11L lCb-HL" ft
1 MP DAILY STQRE ' NEWS I
&ferXI Those sultry dnjs compel Mcn to f
i wenr Light Underwear, I
j W pendable Qualities and Eoderate 0
' w'P Prices that influences I hem to wear Kg
' It means the most coolness at the H
. nC ia?s 'wmi ou rc seeking I
M&ffi 'nt "ou want 1,s iei'e srao- I
Ij where between o0e and 10 a suit. jj
PHce X Po HA.B. ER Main St? i I
The Quality Store. H
Don't Get Crazy With the Heat. E'l
1 But avoid it by getting one of our Two-Burner -Oil Stoves for $2.50. I HI
Just the thin?. ft HI
I IN THE' OOOD OLD CANYON TIME. H
' Light, safe and Durable. Always ready to use. Q II
'i Hammocks at Forty Off. j Hi
1 King Hardware & Stove o., I II
The Old Tteliable Hardware Stand. U HI
. Fone 71S ICS Main Street. Last Day of Demonstration. H HI
! y 7a great I
j i AS SUCCESS.
B . Our Seml-Annual Sale has been a great 1
nABTk ff" ' success. Hundreds have ' been bene- I 1
fh R U( Bfll i fited, and they know1 what we do just II
Ofl E-aS J as we advertise. $12.00, (TfK pA fl
j j lf..00, $1S.00 and $20.00 $57,011 I
: ! o Store; a few days left. 1 1
: v If you haven't bought a suit In our t
' ll. ...mmsrrf sal 'ou STILL HAVE A CHANCE. j j t
Boys' Suits. $5.00. $10 00. $12.00, $M values at $6.00 I
Boys' Shirts, 50c and 75c values at 45c I
; Boys' Pants, 75c and 3100 values at jg
Boys' Pants, 50c values at 25c
COME AND SAVE MONET. II
! ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS -15-47 MAIN STREET. l
I v WE TREAT AND CURE 1 ill
B fr:fj$?tyk OATARRII Deafnojs, Noso and Throat Tflffi il
n W?,'i&i Iroublos. Eyo and Ear Diseases. Uronchlul p- A'fcjgK&xiJlA MKM
I IrVriiZxtfr' and Lddk Tronblos Aothma. Stomach. Ur- tj&f. TfcSHFGHt1 BntU
I cr and Kidney Diseases UiaUdcr Troubles. rHlKiLl MUH
tWfrT 'cranio Complalnu. Chronic DUeases ot 'QlmTfu MM
W'AXfL ' ' Wonion nnd Children, Heart Dlscatc. Nor- Ll,1. ftV'MS'jf VlmM
fYT T0U Olioasos, Chorea. (S' Vitus' Dance). "J 'Vf'SBif WW
oJb Sterility, Itlcketa. 3plnl Trouble, SUln HI- yQT fill
A rfS soasos. Solatlca nnd nheumatUm, Dlseajcs iTfe jrfjli1 i ffil
Tv or the "owoia- I'llos. ttstuln and Rectal Viwv 35l3$i lull
A -Ct Troubles, Goliro tor dIr ueck) Hlood Dl- Hi2(a?Sl' 1 fill
s S&K . oaioi, Topo Worm. Hoy Kever UTsterlo, IPtr ffi&tyY2s?" 1 HM
yC-.iLS. Kpllepny, Insomnia, otc, and all ferrous, ''vfr:-yu H iUH
CJW.W Lrlr!' I'tlxM and Chronic- Dlsonsca. A Ot.iA yAF fit ffll
35ri"L'?ft3' . . Cons.iluitlon Frou. W fill
vlWrrySf '"nil pnto diseaies ol men.w show our S. fi MM
im-JS. t-1 good fa.ih find skill, wo are alwas willing to j&VSv ILH
nn. -i. j. sitoitcs. wait lor our fes until a cure is tftected. on. o. w. suaasri. 1 f,H
Lr:?dWEAK. MEN" 1
thorough. Not ono of . u , Absolator pnlal mi IliffH
onr patlontj h.ns ernr 1 1 1 11 " trealuenc thaC -aires
had u romptto nrtcr So called " Weakness-in men 2n morclr completely In.Toiii- . I UftH
bolni; dlbcharyed b a ikjr.-uptom of chronlo Inflammation In Fat0 o or method. It E WflrH
cored, and wo euro lu tho proatate aland. brOucht ui by onrlr oalr thoroughly ftWM
leia tlmo than tho or- di&slpatlon or by the lmpro))cr treat- oclentlflo treatment ror D
dlnary lorcis of treat- mont of wmo eontractotl iliieaso. A ,b,s dbeao being m- 1 fflH
mont require. cymplcto and radical cure Is. iboreforo. J'loycd. I JJ1H
- n question of lcstorlns tho prostaio Iu!H
j gland to Its normal state. nd this wo I SwH
Specific BlOOd PolSOS. ""ji'VhJ, S.,r,ntI!?iCUrf2!l2iy' Spermutorrhofoa, MM
Mithou. too we or internal rnmedles. r;niii,r-rirfn I l9H
No daDRerons ralnorals Our treatment Is a local ono entirely. n, ;Vric.T,T-7." iVl i I BkH
( to drive tho virus to It Is orlclnal nnd MlcntlUc, nnd hus V oVt m,7,7i 'hV 1 ill
J tho Interior, but harm- been proven absolutely otleetlvo by d ro.v-1 p i t,, i n TT S ISM
J loss blood-cleansim; thousands of Jests. . We nro convlacou wI I?. nr I ill
f romodlcs. that romovo that by no other methods can full nnd m, ,ii 1 IU H
tho last poisonous permanent resioration of fctroncth.ouA mptL -I L V N UJU
tj tMal. vigor bo aocomplUhcd. rftcurcd. fl Ofil
HOVIE CURES BY MAIL. i l
i Wo make a specialty of curing patients by mall. Wo hnvo cured thoucr.nds who have 0 uS'l
novor scon us personally. If yon aro ofnlotcd and ennnot call, ivrlio ns for advlcoMnd free syrup- ililH
torn blanks and ko will cladly adrlco you reardlni; your enso Ireu Of charire. I (IK'H
Offleo Uours 0 o. m. to 5 p.m.; Evenings, " to 6: Sundnys and Holidays. 10 am. to 13. I I
DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 ITJWtiA I II
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. ...... Jr kti.. ii rf "yinTTriT'T'1'! 1 Ml ivi i-i,Vi1 v tti rnir-TniTinir mil u iiluiui irawTTrmi iffll
1 Chinese Fair in Salt Palace 111
I SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MONDAY , j 1
W From 2 to 11 p. m. njH
P A FEW OF THE IMPORTED ARTICLES ON EXHIBITION ARE. a plil
fcj A Silk Dragon, 200 foet long-. Silk Lion; large assortment of silk s lil
Kg running toys, ami many new filk wares that have never been on ex- I lilljH
ifj hlbltlon before. Also oomothlngr new In Fireworks. fl UUlH
B ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS. I HH
P. SING SlTN. Manager, 49 Plym Avenue. I M'H
Imparts to Shirt Waists, Linens and Muslins a j 'l
delicacy and freshness such as no other starch can give. I Ijl
I For sale by all first-class grocers. W jjl