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Rpay MonyiG, AUGUST io, looi. THE SALT LAKE TBXBtnTE. .. . . , ... , . , , , j?xQisi'inb . M
Eleebtcd Is in
m Charges Aire Made
prist West Jordan
Rave Sold Out tlw riock
Cj Gono With the'"
Kfwltli embezzlement find
nr Martin A. Ucckstcad. a
rn) trool-Rrower Of West Jor
dan at Lc Grande. Ore. As
.requisition papers art hon
(fe Governor of Oregon the
ftvill ) brought back, to aiand .
it,was brought about through
feof John Y Fmilh. the Lehl
M Don V Harwood, n Salt
Jncy The hitter ascertained
focckfilcad had gone and left
'of the week with a Tooele
icer to make the arrest.
plaint upon which the wnr-
tpsued was signed by Mrs.
ii widow who lives at Lehl.
thot she was the owner of
?bf the value of 52000 when
feme to her rtlth a proposi
ti charge of the flock, offering
fa percentage on the sales of
fmutton sheep A contrnct
edinto, the complaint alleges,
year ago. Becks lead took the
ailBh valley In Tooele county,
misstated in the complaint.
ic:slock and appropriated the
his own use, afterward lenv
tftle. It iB suld that ho has
feting the proceeds of the
5? In Oregoh lands.
Wraith took up the matter on
IJirs, Wright and employed
food to prosecute Beckstead.
Bod, In making his lnvestlga
nd that Beokfctead had also
fep from Mrs. Isabella Wag
Amerlcan Fork and a Mrs.
;Rlvert6n, both widowH. Each
ohieii Is said to desire nn
i and a settlement,
HI NEW MALADY
RuQdle3 on the Summer Cars
Be Sores on Conductor's
Wok Hands. '
ctorltls" Would be an nppro
me for an ailment with which
tCar conductors are afflicted
pon of the year. It prevnils
the summer lime and attacks
Snn employed on open cars,
the hands of any conductor
jf'9 work on an open car'and
wed his palms and the inside of
Kj'cpvered with a brown scale.
H,1! 'ou that it is caused by the
Bdle bars by which he clings
t as he makes IiIb frequent
along the running board col
Mft?. distributing transfers and
"conductoiti8 1b attended
WJPleasant symptoms. Soap.
4 little friction will remove
nd the hands are not affected
pductor whose hands are cut
W&td does not escape so easily.
Bp-?8 & brass then become a-n
Wftwr. ami tlie break In the
fwitrormea into a. running sore,
ttry dinicult lo heal
Wto bars, with their golden
MS Pretty to took at, but. for
'purjiosts, aluminum, or even
f8tfcli would be preferable.
W?u"Vby reason of constant
mfi the chief sufferers from the
Mr eg others, who dally with
mav infected in the .nmo
g-.man who has lo hang on the
W-r in his dally travel will
K r?r ?!0VC or se thut his
Sr. J"e.n 0,1 duly- T"0 auggee
W one.of the knights of
wsaua he replUdi I
Lto,fo.ow v-'"t a man would
K , l coect nickels and
r nfty or sixtv pas-
RSiMCp nci on of
RVS" Wtgbt in taking, up
KKS,Uld b an H night Job
tf'W1Wr o; PP!i with
lffir. .fl 0VPr"thlnff in the
fta?"s,:' 1,ut they won't
H1ilM 11 1 a C!lr an" a trailer
mfal i ! . ?"pot ln thG 'ou,
HVtkV u" fn,' from
Wrat tL,l(trnnsfcrs E0 lhnt
mi mllll,te lhy sot to
K scn'w on an occasion like
WWal!T tlmt,lhey have
1P " " lB 0I) this account.
KPnsrS' cars have the
Kblch cannot h,rpgft, d lhe evl1
Stt rer"cdlcd. They
fcn U 5 Wc,come the in
nutacErsform 0 trimmings
W 6filrl.remedy. Mrs.
fij&et suSen whlIc teeth-
dlarthSC ana,lB lhe best
M0' Pn of hld, d- drug-
ifk 'Mrs who, WorId' Be
K. rs. Winslow's Sootii-
rEN WILL NOT BE
F1BED BY FUEL' CO.
Ahditor Evnns Explains Representa
tions to Oflrlcers of the Na-
John F. Evans, auditor of the Utnh
Ful company, denies absolutely that
there was in the application that thf'ea
oC his men bo excused from National
Guard duty at the encampment an In
timation thaL. tho linen would lose their
positions In the event that they Were
not excused. '
"There was no indention on the part
oi Any oilO conncTct&l With the company
that the men would be diR&har&ed,"
said Mr. Evaiis yesterday, ''On ' the
other hand their places"woifid"not only
be held for them, bill their pay would
gO on. while' (inn were4 absent. Then,
too; If thei'e is blame to be attached to
-Any one on account of the appllcntI6ns
It ahould not be- chaiged to the Utah
Fuel .compah--it wns.lt matter with
"which only the mon and mysOlf liad
onylhlnc (o db.
"The .facts in the Cafto arc these: On
the- 11th 6rthe m'ohtli thec' of bur boys
Who were recently promoted to mx.-of
HOo iurorhlefl me that they had been
ordetvtl out for the elioairtpmeut, and,
realizing that ho work hero whs hew
to them, thut their duties required con
tinuous work and that at this time wc,
would be vry busy getting out our
annual report, they rwked me to join
With them In asking that they be ex
cused from the encampment service. I
had boon Informed that lneii would be
excused from this service Upon the
proper representations being made, nlid
ne it would Inconvenience us greatly to
be deprived of more than 25 per cent
of our ofilce force for a quarter of a
nlonth. I complied with their request.
I addressed letters lo Capt. Webb
and Lieut. Cnlne, setting forth the cir
cumstances and asking that the men
be excused, if possible. I later received
a communication from Cnit. Wobb say
ing that the men had been ordered outi
I then Wrote a loiter to Gov. Wells on
the subject, to which I have received
no reply ,
"It would havo been a great accom
modation to Us If the men could have
been spared from the service a I this
lime, but if not we should simply make
the best of it. There was no thought
of their losing their positions on ac
count of It. Perhaps one of the boys,
intent upon making his case stronger,
did say that If he had lo go It might
result in his losing hit? job. but he was
not authorized to say it."
I HAPPENINSS ABROAD J
VILLEFTtANPE. Franco. Aug. 18. The
body of a man. almost completely nude,
which was found In the harbor, haa been
positively identified He is I-Iohry
Mitchell, ji stoker, previously reported to
have disappeared from aboard the
LONDON. AUg. 18. Japan has officially
notified Great Britain that she does not
propose lo give Up the Russian torpedo
boat destroyer Ryeehitehll, captured In
the harbor of Chefoo August 11
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. IS. It is
learned from official sources by tho Asso
ciatod Press that the cruisers Gromboi
and Rossiu have reached Vladivostok,
after the bnlllc with Admiral Uiiu'w
squadron off Tnu island.
ST. PETERSJ3URC, Aug. IS. It ifl un
derstood that Russia will recognize tho
validity of the American and British view'
differentiatlnK between conditional mid
absolute contraband Of war. and that the
Russian reply will be coUchod In this
HELS1NGFORS, Aug. iS.-Prlnce Obe
ilnskv today assumed his functions as
Governor-General of Finland. Upon his
arrival here he was driven to the Uspen
sky cathedral, where he attended dlvlno
COPENHAGEN. All. 17. While tho
Danish squadron was engaged In maneu-A-eriiiK
in the Krcat belt today, the torpedo
boat Haveiiseh was sunk in collision will,
the torpedp boat Stored. The crew of the
JIaverslen were rescued,
ST, PETERSBURG, Aug, IS. Grand
Duke Cyril has returned here front Co
burg, lie will accompany Vice-Admiral
Rojeslvcnsky. commander of the, Baltic
lltet. to the far East.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Aug. N IS. The
American legation will acknowledge the
receipt of tho Porte's note confirming its
undertaking to accord the same treatment
to American schools nnd kindred Institu
tions as is granted to the most fnvofei
naiioncuibject to the usual departmental
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. IS. Referring
to the issue of a new loan in the form of
.suite-, route notes, amounting to JO.OflO.OGO,
tlic realization la already provided for.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. l8.-John Redmond',
lUp Irish loader, add Patrick O'Brien and
Chpt. Doneiel, Nationalist members of
Parliament, salted for Now York today.
BL'ENOS AVRES. Aug. lR.-DIspatches
received here today from Formosa, Ar
gentina, confirm the reports that Afum
eion, the capital of Paraguay, was boln
banled yesterdny by the insurgents. The
steamers Sajona and Vlllarlca tired on the
city for twenty mliiutCM.
It may be from overwork, but
the chances are its from an in
NVith a well conducted LIVER
one can do mountains of labor
it adds a hundred per cent to
ones earning capacity.
It can bo kept in healthful action
by, and only by
J OHN BUCKLE & SON,
230 SO. MAIM" ST. ,
P. O. Box 682. Salt Lnko-Clty.
jfWhata relief from tho )m!n ndiUocon
A renienco of diseases of tlio oyo when h
H has been property npnllcd ! To experience il
Sfeuch rt-.tier suirerors lulvo found It worth pi
K a hundred timca its Blight cost. H
CI) RESELL EYE AFCqONSJ)
WHERE WAR RAGES J
ST PETERSBURG, Aug. lS.-Thls
morning, for the drl lime, the newspa
pers were allowed 10 print the fact that
tile cruiser Rurlk hnd been sunk. Tho
news was hold back until the Government
bad received official confirmation from
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. lS.-The re
port that. Gfiu Stoeslwlr- tlio RUBSlan
ccJmmander at Part Arthur, declined to
Capitulate In response I'd' the Japanvse
summons, createa-no surprise. The W:ir
offW would havc been amazed if he hail
yielded . A .
DrcRLd?.-, Aug. JS.-Th! , Foreign offloe.
taking M.otlce of tii possible. rupturo bt
iwfcn Chlha ainl Jaiiati Irr L-oiiilection with
the repair to -Russian-wal-Hlii)s at Shang
hai, exjircrfses the view that .Ian niuv
send a sdhill warship into (h&. Harbor to
ascertain Whether the dlsftr'nlainciU of the
Russian tdilps has occurred.
TOKIO. Aug. 13. Llmit.-Gen. Slnepsel.
In command at Port Arthur, lias refused
to surrender and has declined tho offer
made by the Japanese for (he removal of
ST. ' PETERSBURG. Aug. IS. 1 1 be
comes moro and more probable that Rus
sia will meet the views of the United
Slates mid Great Britain regarding food
siuifa lis contraband of war. by agreeing
that foodstuffs bound lo il belligerent's
uhhloekaded port nnd consigned to private
lirms or individuals be not regarded as
PARTS, Aug-. 18. The news tlurl Japan
bus practically sent an ultimatum Jlo
China concerning the enforcement of her
neutrality In the ease or the protected
cruiser Askold and the torpodo-boal de
stroyer Grozovol causes surprise, but no
alarm, hero, the Impression prevailing
that China will be onlv loo willing to
carry out her neutrality obligations.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Doiighi
Pale babies become rosy and
pretty babies when fed on
Mellin's Food. Merlin's Food
70 beautifully printed paces of helpfuj hinto
nbout"The Cnrc nnd Feeding of Infanta,"
bound in cloth, will bo sent you frdc it you
ask for it.
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TO regain Inst strength and vi
talityor for nursing niothers
or cOHvaleljcc-nts for a tonlo or
beverage during- the spring and
THE BEER YOU LIKE.
It la properly aged artd pasteur
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Order a case, either quarts or"
pints, A small glnssful occa
sionally will soon 1 bring deslreil
reouits to convalescents.
Adam Snyder, Agt., 276 S. Main St.
Fred Krug Brewing So.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
ffelephono 10G1 Y. SALT LAKE.
I Witch Haze! I
(S5 The best and strongest Wllch w
m) Hazel perfumed with sweet- fis
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2 grateful and delightful. A
W toilet luxury and necessity. Jti
jg Large Bottle, 25c q&
9 DrueW fiTrankcn, 1
W DRUGGISTS. i
SlF Southeast con Main and Third 5:
0 South St.( Salt Lake City Mb
6R 'Phones, Boll, 100, 1S23; Indo-
pendent. 100. ' IK
Agents for to Miracle.
New Principle and Now Moth- Fgj
od of Removing Superfluous
Off Hair. Sure, safe, quick, painlesu, Wj)
A positive, and immanent euro for
drunkenness und the orilum dlseasco,
Thcfo Is no publicity, j 0 sickness. Ladles
treated as privately afl at their own
homes. Tho Kccloy InDtltute, 231 XV. So
Temple. Salt Lake. City. Utah.
Now and elegant in all Us appointments,
rooms, alngla or en suilo, Cl rooms With
b6th. O. S Holmes. Proprietor.
tsaltXake & Xos Angeles Railway.
In effect May 31, 1904. '
SALT LAKE. AUK1VJ3 SALT
No. ?, 10:00 a. m. No. L 32i30 p.
No. A. 2:00 p. m. No. S. 3 i0 p. m.
No. C, 4:00 p, m. No. o, C:30 p. m.
No. 8, .5.00 p.m. No. ,, G:30 p. m.
Nn. 10.00 p. m. No. 9, 70 p. m.
No. 12. $00 p. m. No. 11. 8:30 p. m.
No 14. fi:0O p. m. . No. 13, 10-00 p. m.
No. 1C. 0:00 p. m. , No, 1C, 11:45 p. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 25
Sundny, last train leaves Saltalr at D;30.
J. E. LANG FORD, Lessee.
i WE'RE ALL GOING FOR
I . McDONAL.D'S INUT SUNDAE.
3" For the Parkci' Lumber Co of Stilt
ppi?V Lake City. They sold this claim be-
cause It was N. G. Wo collected It in j
lif " thrcO , weeks'. Ask F. L. Parker. If
,flTi''&Jfna K? a'ou "'an'- ctmh for your bad debts we j
, yOs1:' ' No matter how large they aro or in
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t1. ' s ' we not ,cnow v' cotlld collect
P your bills, vo certainly -would not be I
i paying out money to ndvortlse. I
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(Oofe claims for collection. Our ability to jj
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kv jy S largest collection business In the world. '
iwtf7 ' """ly This ad Is sure to bring many claims j
twC5?$y r'Y 10 oUr fces fr collection, and wc are ;
: us as 31,10 c0,,ccl these claims and '
S ZJ sC!7 make money In commissions thereon. H
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5 Merehats9'ProtectIve Association
J Srienllflr Coll.-ctors of Bad Debts. Reporters of how' people pay their bills 1
Established ll'A years. Representatives everywhere H
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Lake Cltv. Francis G Luke. General Manaier V
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1 1 POCTORS WHO CURE
f XSnSlMM . Klduor anJ Uvor DlwiRiOi, Blnddcr Trou- $jJtl(P&tt'fa.
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t tzry Jl-fia' icaso Komilo ComplulnU. Chroulo Dl- ftK 'iKcSiA I
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8 t end nil forms of JJorYouaand Cbronlo Dl- 43:Jr5
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flrrrnvfC nTTUTTC! T)iT 7.7 ATT Uo c-Ol Cesp.ilr bccauio y74 lire at n rtlatanco fTOm thn
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oorr eyniptom or dUCa',d onible them to diamoAo jroor caio arid tvll iron what yonr
trouble o. what c.-vn bo ilono for yon, n.ud what the cost of a core will be. WHITE ir you cannot j
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you UkS itcatmeut or lioi. tbo advice cot3 you nolblnc j
Weak Men Pay When Cured
If yon oiIer from nnj1 of tho wcakiietie or Wo cnto you irst and then nalc a liEASON-
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laclou YOU AUK 'J'tlK VK11Y I'EUSU.N WE liond npou our word, tbousnuda of patlpnU
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S 'o bare proTeiio-.irikllUn ourllir CUnONIC YOU with iho dlitlnot underatandlnir thAt wo
dljeoica by nublUliliiR tho many voluntory will not demand n H K until wo craro you, e
i losttmoulals' from honiu puopio. clvlnir names, This appllob to Loi Manhood, Seminal Woak-
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DOCTOR COOK CUR6o ASES I
Prostatic Troubles ytis Nervous Debility
permanently cured, no mat- f&i'L Cures quick and radical In j
. ter how long standing tho 4t l 20 to CO dayu. by my own fa-
, disease, lp from C to 20 daya. wj M inous method.
Stricture t M (M Varicocele
cured In 15 daya. without Uftf . v"n r-i.i,. ,.TO
i cutting pain, druea or de- UA5 u?ra ?l5 hv vP n7"S?" i
trnt Ion from business X!; J cured by my now pro- 9
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Wastinp Weakness t0iufl poon disappoar com- i
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days, by my original, vory ff&k v Jy)JfJs 'An absolutr. euro guuranv p
Bhnplo remedy (uacd exclu- rpjvsir f&i teed.
elvely by mo). - KAVajjMCiyS W m . n ,
Private Diseases MWMm r od Poon , ,
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out the use of poisonous rp out aid of mercury or pot-
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Cal!nten and Intermediate
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Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
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Especial attention to ladles and chll.
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without chance.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office,, 102 Dooly blodt
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No. e FrorruOsacn and the East 3:40 a.m. iH
No. 32 From Ogdcn and local ptsl0:23 a.m. H
No. 7 From Eureka, and Provo.. 10:00 a.m.
No. E From Denver and East..rl0:10 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver and East... 1:3S p.m. H
NO. 8 -from Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m. IH
No. lol -From Park City C:1S p.m. H
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and il
Maryvalc . C:00 p.m. 'H
No. K From ORden and the West 7:56 p.m. H
No. S From Denver nnd Eaat. ..11:45 p.m.
K0. 1U From Dlngham. 11.00 a.m.
No. fl3 From Einpbam G:50 p.m. 'H
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at In- ' 'H
tcrmeote solnts. -H
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
'Phone 205. iH
T I A. BENTON. O. A. P. T,
June 19, 1904.
From Oeden, Portland. '.H
Butte. San Francisco, Chi-
caco, St! Louis, Omaha,
and Denver s..... ... 8tS4 SSSu
From Osden and intcrmedl-
ato poLnto 9:10 a.nL
From Ogden. Cacho Valley,.
nnd Intermediate points tfl&S- a.m. ' ,H
From Offden, Chicago, St. '1
iouls, Kansas City. Gma-
ha,- Denver and San Fran- '
Cisco t 4dJ0-p.li!,
From Offrfen. Cacho VaJlSyv '
Butte, Portland and San
Francisco. , ,70 pan. :
For Ocden, Omaha, Chicago. jH
Denver, Kansas City and :
St. Louis ,79 Q.m
For Ofrden. Portland. Butte,
San iranclsco and lntcrme- , '
61ate points lOl& Q.m. 1 BH
For Ogden. Omaha, Clilcapo. i
Ddnver. Kansas City. St. i
Louis and San Francisco.. ItoO p. in,
For Ocden, Cache Valley, 'H
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- iH
ha, SL Louis and Chicago. 5t40 p.m. lH
For Osden, Cache Valley, ;H
Butte. Helena, Portland, IH
San Francisco and Jnterme- llH
dlate points r 113 p.ra 'jl
T. M. SCHUMACTECER, Trafflo Ml. fl
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. iH
D. B. BPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A, M
City Ticket office. 201 Male stra&. 'M
TobrDhono 20. lH
I A Dollglatful Placo to Visit. U
' n. A Profltablo Plaoa-to Live p 'fM
M Orcateat Play Ground on Earth. n.
I Famouo Places Which Everyono fj 'H
M Wants to See. V 'H
S Invest in a Tlckot to CALlFOR- h
I NIA and Secure Rich Dividends In ft
d HEALTH, PLEASURE AND hj 'H
I Mo n'talnn. Valleys, Rivers, Lakes &j iH
i and Oo an Re-ached by the & jH
1 Southern Psciffsc
I oimpany's L2ebs
W For Osearlptlvo and Illustrative ?i 'H
m literators call at No. 201 Main .
m street, Bolt Lake City.
n D. R. GRAY, General Agent. g
Time Table' I
TN 33FFECT MVY 30, ISOfe 'M
LEAVE BAIT LAKE. CIO, 0:0, 11:00 a.1
2a.. & IZv, 5f5, 7;S0 p. m.
Liin LAGOON, 7: SO, ItKH) Pu, m.. 12:00. 1
nocn. 2:S0, 4:30. 6:30, S:3f. io:30 r- m. IH
'Last train leavee Lagoon Sjundcy &:30 i IH
A. D. PIBRSON. Pass. & nofcgC Jrtj
J. B. BEAN, Excursion
OFFICE. 1C1 MAIM ST.
Extr. trairui. 2:30 and :20 'p. m. on 3ua
fiaya and nclicapa. H
SPECIAJA. f 'H
Anthracite coal all sizes I
Burton Coal Sdumber Co. H
I The Easiest Possible . . ; I I
1 Trip to the East , J I I
1 ' 1
Is the trip you enn niafce in cne of the Bur- ;, u cH
lington's clean, well ventilated sleeping cars.. " 3 jll
I The route is through cool canyons and along lj fll
swift-moviiig streams. You can go right jl
il through to St Louis, the "World's Faircity; g
I over the smoothest and best of roads, in the j
I shortest time possible.
S Enwlf53353wwTSSTl 1 wIhIi you would' lot mG loll you morn ' R H
(yWjy jgl ajol,t tfl-er m a Perona' Inter- 1
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1 IMIj-ii HSlWj 79 "W. SECOND SOUTH STUEET, j