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I TDDCTSD AT MOBBING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1904. THE SALT LAKE TEIEIHsTE. PAGE THREfe ft
I- ' i : : , i : HH
WAN WHO
I Howe May Live
f Here.
ge Marshall Reverses
the Ruling in Deporta
f tion Caso.
Tirst Instance in Which a De
portee Has Appealed to Dis
M trict Court.
-M-
SCOUBT CALENDAR.
Cases Set for Today.
DISTRICT COURT
dvlslon No. 1 Judge Hall.
Holman vs. S. L. C. W. & E. P.
ifjet al.
I)Ivl3lon No 2 Judgo Stewart.
Schottlcr vs. State of Utn.li, ct al. -f
Slvislon No. 2 Judgo "Morso.
jtfp Eettlnc
Division No 3 Judge Lewis.
'Com. Nat. Bank vs. Union Lime
ttone Co.
Meyers vs Ertman.
CITY COURT.
,'Clvll Division Judgo Tanner. 4-
Montcs vs. Davis. -f-
Edler vs. Clawson.
jg
ilque In the history of Utah Is the
Jion rendered by ' United States
fe Marshall of the Federal court
jrday, In which a Chinaman named
.Howe, Is declared to be a citizen
te1 United States in so far as his
ijto remain In this country Is con
ed. The case was first tried before
fed States Commissioner Twomcy,
'decided the Issues against the Orl
land Parley P. Christensen, rep
iting the- defendant, appealed to
federal court
J Born in California,
ijHowe was born In San Rafael,
jjand claims to have Hvel in that
jtuntll eight years of age. It was
jif,o China et that time that nearly
;the Celestial his right to live in
"country He remained in China
ourteen years, when he decided to
ii to the United States. Upon
ing he was immediately placed un
arrest and tried before a Commls
fat Port Henry. N. Y. Tal Howe
dlcharged and came to Utah,
latter his arrival here he was ar-fl'-and
arraigned before Commls
frTwomey. who decided that Tal
ej.had no right in this country and
red his deportation.
Former Trial Pleaded.
If Christensen took the matter on
al for his client and for some time
!c: Marshall has had the case un
ftdvlsement The papers In the
r trial of Tal Howe at Port
y constituted the strongest evi
iloffered by the defense. Because
-hlnaman came to this State by
of Canada the United States Mar
was of the opinion he was an lm-
l IjHowe, who is a cook In a local
3 want, s said to De illiterate
;'i unan and unable to express him-
i tt all In English. The Chinaman
tided to all the rights of a citizen
5 ie United States, excepting the
, Tol suffrage.
INHALED TOUL AIR.
-i Boddy Now Demands Heavy
mages From Diamond Coal Co.
f! .I, for $25,000 damages vas filed in
i District court yesterday against
j diamond Coal and Coke company
imen Roddy, who clalma to have
riou8ly injured while In the em
5 of the defendant. The plaintiff al-
5 ,at he was sent into a burning
6 VL extlnB'sh the fire and that
! :Mhus engaged became poisoned
vjj umost asphyxiated. The defend
:9 s.'charged with negligence In not
jk ng the mine supplied with fresh
& result of breathing the poison
;jy pes the plaintiff claims to have
iT permanent Injury to his
& .land that he is permanently dls-
i"?m Performing manual labor,
?J ;V0Jlow,ns ids usual vocation as
linluer.
Sj "Will for Probote.
:-&! l0I.Wa. n,cd ln lc Probato dl-
iw : ?i .tne D.lstrlot court yesterduy.
15 i, the will of Henry Reiser.
& thl3, c,t' on August 20, 19l,
ih I)r,obate The valuo of tlus
ffl; Mn,?'?Sert at S1G.CtO. of which 5C0CO
S 0 thoro ar(? !" devisees and
8 t" aii e : nctltloners, Arnold G.
nlr,bo,S- cser and Margarltta
ft UtiVn-i ask Ul:U lcllra of
-?t fcTh ?.,.Lhc C3ttlt0 be issued to
JuViLPTer111, on lR seL for hearing
S o'clock a! m.n Frlday' ScPtembcr
"m
x$ t Court Notes.
&2uSf?5' m suR ,n thc District
& ninlrntJ Inst lai-ael Bennlon,
l$ rtSit w t0f or thc cal:itc of Margaret
$ deceased, to recover ?1000f
5$ i-SalMi' for, services performed
ft. V Vhtt f0.1' Ulc lficcased In hor
15 ;haaThplainUff alleges that his
l'fd tadenUrt VJscc,utod fn duc time.
iiS aeiled by tho defendant.
r'S It courntB vUB,,lt an ac,Uon ln tho
x0 Li-C0"rt ypsterdqy against Susan
at
TEA
you haven't found-out,
,lng's Best you aremiss
f good deal of com forti
&rrjt!uri" our acy j ou dn'1 iiu
leal Estate lee
Against; Meters
Eeasona Given for Opposing Recom
mendations of Superintendent
Hines.
Opposition to the proposed water motor
system for Salt LoIcc'h rcsldenco district
was strongly voiced by tho Real Estato
association at last night's meeting. It
was tho senso of the mooting: that fur
ther extension of tho meter system Is op
posed, for tho following reasons:
First Tho meter system will not In
crease tho water supply.
Second Tho first cost, placing and
maintenance of tho motor .system will,- In
a short time, cost tho citizens an amount
sufficient to buy all tho water rights trib
utary to Salt Lake.
Third Tho meter system wherever tried
.n Western cities has proven a failure.
Fourth The adoption of motors ln the
residence districts will restrict tho use
of water to such an extent on lawns and
gardens as to greatly Impair tho leautv
of tho city.
It was iurthor agreed by tho associa
tion to assist tho city ln every possible
way in increasing the water supply.
WILL BE FINE STATION.
New Power Plant of the Utah Light
and Railway Company.
Thc new electrical transmitting station
to bo built by the Utah Light and Railway
company will bo equipped with all tho
late electrical contrivances. The build
ing Is to bo eroded on tho banks of the
Jordan river between South Temple and
First South streets. It will be forty-five
by one hundred feet, to be entirely of
brick and steel. Every precaution will bo
taken to prevent fire. Each transformer
will bo placed In a separate compartment
of brick and steel, opening from tho out
side. This station will be called tho Jor
dan sub-station and will be supplied with
power by Ogden canyon,- Big Cottonwood
and the Tellurldo company. The power
will como ln 2S.000 and -1000 voltage and
will bo transformed at the sub-station to
a -1000 voltago. It will then be sent to
tho otatlon behind The Trlbuno building.
POSTAL SUPERINTENDENT HERE
Says New Telegraph Company Will
Bo Ready for Business October 1.
"Thc Postal Telegraph company will bo
operating in Salt Lake City by the first
of October, I think," said "V. F. Hawk,
general Western superintendent of the
company, at the Kenyon last evening. Mr.
Hawk will be In thc cty several days. He
will soon establish his residence here, for
Salt Lake City Is to be headquarters for
this district of thc company's system.
"Wires are now strung from Butte to
Downey, forty miles south of Pocatello."
said Mr Hawk. "We will connect this
point with Butte on tho north and Chey
enne on the east Tho district of which
Salt Lake City will bo headquarters will
lncludo Spokane, Wash., on tho west and
Rawlins, Wyo., on the east.
"Work Is going on nicely, and we be
llovo that the company will be ln shapo
to handle nn immense amount of business
from this point in thc Immediate future "
Mr, Hawk has lived In Helena several
years. Ho and his family will make Salt
Lake City their home.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Jennie Burn to Jonas L. Johnson,
warranty deed to 21,830 acres south
east of thc northeast coner of sec
tion 21, section 21, township 3 south,
range 1 cast, etc 5C000
Teresa K. Werner to Nettle M. Tay
lor warranty deed to 15x13 1-3 rods
south from 3 1-3 rods wost of the
southeast corner of lot 2, block fO,
plat A 0500
Nettle M. Taylor to May L, Taylor,
warranty deed to 15x13 1-3 rods
souhwest from 3 1-3 rods west of the
southeast corner of lot 2, block 03,
plat A 1
William L. Wheeler to William A.
Carter, warranty deed to lot 2, block
101. plat D 1
Sarah Walters to George A. Herbst,
warranty deed to Z Sx'JVb rods of lot
10. block 2. 10 acre, plat A 212
Lorenzo Snow to John O. Strcarlbcck,
"warranty deed to lot 49. block 1, Ar
cher it Kullaks subdivision 000
John A- Shlpman to Ruey C. Lyon,
warranty deed to S2Jtxl55 feet of lot
1. block 01. plat D 1500
Wilson Shermon company to Oliver
Nowell, warranty deed to 22x1-10 feet
of lot C. block CI. plat A 2000
George Mueller to Ida Scott, war
ranty deed to lots 0, in and 11, block
4. Capitol Avenue addition 2Co0
George Walton to Hanna Walton,
quiet claim deed to 3.C9 acres north
part of lot 4, block 35, 10-acrc plat
A . 1
Addison Cain to Ward W. Mitchell,
warranty deed to lots 49-52.block 2,
South Main Addition, plat A 3?0
Job Reading to Oregon Short Line
Railroad company, warranty deed lo
part of tho south one-half of sec
tion 13, township 2 south, range 1
west 400
Johannah Hogansen to iho Oregon"
Short Lino Railroad company war
ranty deed to part of thc southwest
corner of tho northwest corner of
section 25, township 2 south, range
1 west 1000
Anna Rudlno to Emma Whiting, war
ranty deed to 30 ft.x4 rods of lot
8. block &1. plat A 1WW
William B. Bennett to Thomas D. B.
Sholton, warranty deed to 26 acres
of thc northwest corner of section
25, township 2 south, range 1 west.. 25
John F. Alden to Andrew Anderson,
warranty deed to lot 13, block 1,
Norwood Place 100
Mary E. Haddock to Rose II. Porter,
warranty deed to 2oxl00.-12'. feet of
lot C. block 5, plat C 1
C. A. Gracbcr to Linnle F. Rutt, war
ranty deed to lot 49 and the north
one-half of lot 48, block 3, Graobcr's
P. O. addition 1
William J. Miles to George A. Pur-
cell, warranty deed lo 7x2 rods
southwest from 1 rod west of the
northeast corner of lot S, block 2,
plat I , j. 1
William II Rowc to Gcorgo A. Pur
coll, warranty deed to part of lot
5, block 2. plat I. right of way 33
David Dahl et al to Maria F. Bur-
mcstcr, warranty deed to 115x50 feet
of soctlon 20. township 2 south,
range 1 west 110
Aunlo S. Cutler ct al to Ella Thomp
son, warranty deed to lots S and 0.
block 1, Cutlor'H subdivision 275
Bella Fitzgerald to James Thomson,
warranty deed to 10x10 rods north
east from tho .southwest corner of
lot 2, block 71. plat C 1500
Business Notes.
Tho Inland Crystal Salt company ox
pects to take out f),0O0 to 00f000 tons of
salt Jrom their pond this week.
A new colony will go to Mexico In tho
near future If tho purchase of certain fruit
lands cna bo effected by W. W. Cluff and
J. A. Cunningham, who loft Monday
night for thc City of Mexico.
Dudler and Loulso McCarty, to condemn
a byroad over certain property of tho de
fendants lo some kilns owned by the
plaintiff. Tho plaintiff a3kg that tho
amount of thc daroagea-of the defendants
Buffered by reason of thc condemnation
of tho byroad bo fixed by the court and
that the road be declared open to thc
plaintiff, hl3 tenants and tho general
public
v
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill' a bottle or common glass with
your water and let It stand twenty-four
hours-; a sediment or settling Indicates
an unhealthy condition of the kidneys;
if it stnins the linen it is evidence of
kidney trouble; too frequent desire to
pass It, or pain in the back So also con
vincing proof that tho kidneys and
bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There Is comfort inlhe knowledge so
often 'expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp -P.oot, tho great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish In curing rheuma
tism, pain ln the back, kidneys, liver,
bladder and evory part of the urinary
parage. It corrects Inability to hold
water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following us of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that un
pleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up
many times during the night. The mild
and extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most "dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you yhould have the best.- Sold by drug
gists ln fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You' may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
and a book that tells all about it, both
sent absolutely free by mall. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,, N Y.
When writing be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer in The Salt
Lake Daily Tribune. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, and the addresy, Blnghamton, N.
Y., on every bottle.
Most eye "trouble 'may bo cured
by wearing tho right glasses.
Jno. Daynes & Sons
!Kigh up on Main street. Low I
down ln price. I
20 MAIN STREET. I
mm CHILDREN... S
jj Should have their eyes tested be- P
pf fore the school term begins. It tf
&: Is Important that tho scholars' N
t- fyos should be strong. We test U
R; your eyes free of charge. If you t
!'. don't need glasses we tell you. 5
i. We make our own glasses and can c
i fit your eyes correctly. Prices rea- a
jj sonnble. K
RUSHMER I
P Tel. 17C3 IC 73 West First South. Bj
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return S42.50
To Chicago and return 47.50
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
each week.
Stop-overs allowed.
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to St. Louis without charge. Choice of
routes. See any D. & R. G. agent.
READ IT! READ IT! READ IT!
Tho Semi-Weekly.
Those people living away from tho
railroads In the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out the United States, who are inter
ested In the exciting and history
making, anti-church domination cam
paign now under way ln Mormon lands,
should subscribe for The Salt Lake
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at 31.50 per
year in advance.
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With sound-proof booths. Telephone
building. State street, city.
NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY
BUENOS AYRES. Sept. 13. Tho Uru
guayan Government announces that Gen
Aparloco Saravla, chief of the revolution
ists. Is dead
O tu fS J? TD 3L X
Beam tho ? 9 Kind You Haifl Ahvajs Boughl
PH1PPS SKELETON SHUT IN.
Agreement Reached Outside of Court
Relative to Family Row.
DENVER, Sept 13. It was announced
this afternoon that an agreement had
boon signed by Mr. Lawronco C. Thlppe
and his wife relative to the division of
their property and tho disposition of their
children. Tho terms will not bo mado
public until the agreement Is approved
by Iho court before which Mr. I'hlpps'a
suit for divorce Is pending.
Ml LD ADAGE
'A light purse is a heavy curse"
Sickness makes a light purse.
Tho LIVER is tho seat of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
W ' Have you seen tho littlo Buck Range that is to he
ff given away on Octohcr 3? Any little girl can en-
ter thoicontest. The range will be given to tho lit- J
I tie girl (who has the largest bundle of clippings. i
fl Come in the store and seo the littlo range. A0
Freed Formitar jf-k,
' & Cflrpefc Co. fi
The Home Providers. A
TRIBUNB" j
fl HATA'R'RTT 0 6D1 throat iren- jr!3!-
t-'-H-J-iiz:U3'J:1f blee. Nerroui Dlieaw, cr&SVx
KJdmy and LIT or Ileon.te, Bl&ddsr Tron- fSV 2t5S
blcJIoartDtieaio. DliemtMOf ihefltomoch iP Vw72?YK
anrt EoncU. l'llea. Fistula and Rectal Dl- P- K'js?&-iv!l
caCi, TomaJo CoinpIalDU, Chroidi W- , v55Sp5aR
eooacs of Women and Ctlldren ItlokeU, ,?Vt NSTjxSsVSji
Spinal TroDbloe Skin DIsomcs. DsaXnoaa, ,w- fiMWh
AHtbmn, Bronchial and l.ucff Troubles, Lll Pusflf
llheiunatUni. Hay Kerer. Neuniltfa, Ut- hf SJo'
torla, V.jo and Ear Dlscaf.os. Goltro (or bl iSA
ricclt), Varlcocolo, Lost Manhood, oto., sJ?j?l) j-iT&rT
Wood deoawsi, 1'rlvato Dleoajo Scrofula, i't vT iSffirjfl$
andaUJorma of JJorfom and Cbronlo Ct- &Zf'JXftfs
(that aro curablo.) '"'uiiS xtfjrssjf
OUK MOTTOl A lovr fco, qulolc filjW v I
ours, mild ond painless treatment jfWfo' v I
. Connnltntton is. person or by lotter
f rra. a. J. snonKS. Xroo to all. CnJl or writ. do. o. tt. BHonws.
i TTuf7"E nTTTJ'PC TVT fl TT Do not d63M.tr bccAuao 7 era live at a dUtnnco from tilo
I JlUlHla OUitJN) S5 j. IUilJj olty, ur. Shores' nor jotem of HOS1K TUnATMENT V
makes It eaor to eot export dv!co and trcattnoju At nor Stair now rrnitom bloat: carers
OTorr srmplbm of dlnOaso Trhloh onables tbom U dlau'aoie yor ewe ccd tell yon what your
iroubla !s wiiat csvn be dono for you. and what Iho cost of a raro vrlll be. WHITE If you c&nnot
call, for :bclr now symptom 11U und tako adautajfo of lha iHEB EXAillNATIOlf. Whotbor
yoo'toho trvatuient or not, tbo advice oU you nothing.
Weak Men Pay Wfoem Cured
If you suffer from ftny of Xhti iroalCDesies or Wo cmo roy rst and then aslc a RBASOif-
3licno caused by liDoraatv, cxcois or con- ABLE FEE -nun you aro cured. Ton can rfco-
toiflou YOU AU15 TUB VKHV PJEIISOK WK pond upon our nord. thousands of jiatlwita
WAJtfT TO TALE TO. uaro lnJorw! us. NOW Wli WANT TO OUltn
V.'o bare proven oSrsklU In curlnc OnrtONIC TOU trltu tbo dlslluct underttaudlna that tro ft
dlscTLiea by pubUshlcc tho maoy TOlnnlory will not dciuand a l'l IZ nnUl wo euro you.
lOitlnjouUls rroiu homo jxioplo. glvlnu names, Tliis appUei to tol Manbood, Sorolnal Weak-
ploturoa and addreiwi. nois. Sporuiatorrhcoo, Varlcocolo, IMseoscs of '
VE CANT l'UllLiaU OOU OOKK8 tho frolUte Olaud. Unnatural Loss&s, Qon-
l IN WilVATK DISliASEH orrboca.C! loot, Kulcture, etc Contagious Blood
blca In anoiber way. This 1 wr plan: suluUon and advlot Ctm.
Offloo Honn. 9 a. in. to 3 p.m.! Evenln j, 5; BundAJs and HoUtfayi, Mtwrn. tolS.
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 Sou&,?&nfc.so.ah
8 c w HjQgjjys, M. D., 1
9P2JCIaiTST. j
Ulcroacoplc end Analytic Physician. ?
CURES FIt3, Kervou3 TTcalcnoaa. Ncu-
ralcici. Varicocele, Weak Spino, Bilious- 2
Tiesa. GraviN, Soro Ej-eo, Lung Diseases. I
Tape Worm. Dyopepala, Liver and ICld- 3
ney Complaint, DeaXnc83, Catarrb, Ery- j
olpelajp. Old iJofea, Borofuln, Riouc5,3m, 1
titlff Jonue. Piles ln their vorot .jrm. J
'fhoso afflicted wltli Epllopsy or Pita can j
be permanently, ourod. 3
Ey tho aid or the Microscopo we can do- )
tect Calcut, Cancerous Matter, Carboncvto 1
o Lime, Albumen, nnd all extraneous i
jiubs'.ancee mixed with tho Urino or 1
Blood. Thin Is the Bclentliic principle ?
ot treating Chronla DIacnae3. i
Can bo found at bio ofrico. St. Elmo Ho- s
el, from 10 a. m. to p. m. r.ooma 17, U i
ond 19. 7 to 9 p. in.
THE KNOWLBDOB CP DlffcOH IS '
IIALP ITS CURE.
1 KNOWLEDGE 13 POWER. MAN. KNOW THYSELF
DOCTOR COOK eusFjg
Prsotatlc Troubles yS Wcrvous Debility
permanently cured, no nua- "3 Cures quick and radical ln
ter how lonjr standlnc tho ft$i t& to to 60 days, by my ovm fa-
dloeajie, ln from C to 20 days. W il moua method.
i Stricture M M m Varicocele
i A,lnp&n W Complexly and percent- ,
I UUon & business X gurjd bj a yPj;; j
Wasting VeaknesS . "SS tome poca disappear com- i
, 7,V pltely and forever; it la j
Tim of ouro. 10 to 60 -fH cale, palnlccn and bloodlcGB.
; daya. by my oriclnal, very . PUXj&n An absolute cure ffuaxaw- '
clmpie remedy (uocd cidu- ffflffiSS yJ$sS teed. . J
elT-ely by me). iMV&fi&SW ri j o '
frivatc Oiscea IWm I , . '
'MMKP Every vcotleo of poison t
cured In 8 to 10 days, with- Xfl removed from sj'atem with- 1
out tho uao of polsonoun 1 out aid of mercury or pot- 1
druKS. ash.
Consultation lo freo and Invited, an d In consulting me you may be our that
nothing thHt solenco can dovioo or skill perfect has been left 'undone to afford 1
you a speedy, safe and permanent cure.
WRITE mo In full confidence, explaining your troubles oo they apoeAT- to !
you. and receive by roturn mall my bo nest and candid opinion of your case I
TfoeeOLLEM
ON ALL CAR LINES.
Try it tho Next Time You
Go Up.
S,. C. EW1NG, Proprietor.
Headauartors for mining men and atock
man. R&JES 3 A DAY AND UPr
Ss,hjfyiy lots of now things
Mccct.7. , dn jQWeiry in Mc-
r.'IE Conahny's window,
I Hating Book arrlTGd today. Our office over thero aro open for "busl- E i
. ness. We also publish Bating Books lor Salt Take City, Park Oity, E 'H
Og-den City and Boise City. i.'H
Collections aro mado free for annual members of thc association. M
FOR OUR k il
BAD DEBTS 'PB '
No matter how largo they aro or ln rif t
what town, city. Stato or Territory. vjW d-v i t il
I If vo did not know wo could collect i$zffiw$ s )' iiiH
your blllo, wo corialnly would not bo ,f 1
paying out money to advertise. av S i " tsHHIH
Wo advertise because wo want your -SsMv s 65fck 1 sHHHHfl
claims for collection. Our ability to m.ilto t-i2?WxrfficS& i I IsHHHIH
collections where all others havo failed, &5frfSiWWf y ( iiH
has enabled us to build up tho largest col- ?raWfef u-rr I i hiHIIIIIIH
W lection business in the world. &&Mfr$WWsiW JnO - M
, This ad. is sure to bring many claims to lifm ArX sHHHIH
our offices for collection, and wo arc Just JSSx t'tsslllH
, as suro to collect-! hesc claims and make ' "fyf aiCPv' l- H
money in commissions thereon. J-Z&
Dees anybody owe you? Do' you want the moneyP If so, write : ' 'tl
' or call on us. "i iH
mmmw mmmm mmmimi IIH
! SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS. 'S'll
BEPOHTERS of HOW people pay their bills. MisKllI
Established 11 1-2 years. Representatives everywhere. Offices top "
floor Commercial block, Salt Lako City. 1 '
FRANCIS G. LUKE, Genl Mgr. ''
"SOME PEOPLE DON'T LItCB US." '(sH
I Sail ale Brewing Company's 1 H
, fH
: I 0" BCCr '
lP Being of a superior quality, is rapidly taking
u111..1 the placo of Eastem importations. At the ? f
1(0 same price as our other brands. Try it. "
s UabeIbKIv 3. moritz, Qencral Klanager.
Slll i KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO.,
H ra lw i Resident Retail Agents. i iH
yJgb5k?g Telephone 231.
The State Bank of Utah
Comer ISain and South Tempi Sta.,
Salt Lako STty.
JOSEPH P. SMITH, PreBment.
VILLTAM B. PRESTON. Vice-PTtflident.
CHARLES B. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'BWAN, Asst. Caohler.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Spoclal attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invito-!
J. E, Coogrlir, Preo, E. "W. "Wlbjen, Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITH
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK
J. J. Duly, TV. P. Noble, Vlce-Prcaidento.
A. H. Poabody, AS5i Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK
Salt Lake City, Uti.
Established 1S53.
Tho Oldest and BtroDBCQl Boni Utah.
Capital .-.o )
Surplus f .ClilTJ.OOO
Undivided prortta 1
Transaota a gonoral banklne buslnoss.
domeatlo and foreign. t p
Direct connections with, fexnaa EST v -prindpai
cities ol thg ycrig.
US3UE3:
Drafts. I On all
Letters of Cv?dlt, prominent
Telcgraphio Transfers. 5 cities.
Deposits received subject to choclc
H. L. MILLER, Cashlar.
H. y. CLARK, Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1811. IK) OPFICEa
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Gonoral Manager.
Utah, Idaho and "Wyoming.
Office ln Prosrcfis bide., Salt Lsko City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, CrOO.OOO.OO. 1
WALKER BROTHERS,
BANKERS.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 1E59. Inoorporatci CiOX
Transact a General Banklner Business,
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESBRET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED rrATBS DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Capital, $800,000 Surplus, 8250,000
Tj 0. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
President. Ylco-Proaldont.
H. S. YOUNG, E. B. HILLS.
CoHhior. Asst. CoBhior.
Safo deposit boxon for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
THE REPUBLIC
TJ. S DEPOSITARY.
PRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlce-Prosldent
V. F. ADAMS Ctvuhler
CAPITAL PAID IN. S300.COO.
Bankinfr ln all 1U branohos trunsactod.
Exchanso drawn on tho principal cities
of Europe.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jtjcOOItNICK & CO.,
Bankers
, psit Lako City, T7to&,
t ESTABLISHED 18T&
! IN IT I I
i H
We can make a watch keep i
time.
If it isn't in it, it is not
our kind and v?e did not 'sell ; -sl
it. slUH
1
v! Our watches are guaran- j iH
teed. 1
I H
Rcasonablo Prices.
J Wo had a snowstorm nine
years ago this month. ' Don't .
know that we'll have one this N jH
year, but, if we do, those wise hll
ones who havo a cellar full of . S'H
f "that good coal" will havo the 4- j'H
laugh on tho others. ''
I IG1 MEIGHN ST.' f
I U. S. A. t , vH
Soott's SantaS-Pepsin Capsules . I
i POSITIVE CURE
DrlnOnrumatlon orOatarrhof H
o Uloddcrcnd Dlee&sod Kid
ira. 110 OURE no VAT. CurM
licUly toil pcrmanentlr the
ami can a of Gonorrlix- MH
id Qlc!, no matter of how 'ilifl
irrolcM. Sold by druseUts. '
tico m.CO, or by mall. post. ,
Jd, $1.00, b boscs, (70. ''lH
THE SANTAL-PEPSIH GO. ;!
nelieiontclas, Ohio- v'iH
SP. 7. ETTLT; T5RTTIS BO. BaTt Tinfe CStSl
thuis' -rimi. YOUNG. MIDDLE- iH
ilfTKfO AGED AND ELDER- jH
n mm I LY. If you aro ooxuaU I
. rj$3 r ly weak, no mattoi nl
fi II Jffiu I; from what oause: un- I fiH
Gl ft fl t a U developed; have etric- LiisHH
tMMV-WMH turc, varicocele, etc., fHlIlH
MY I'BRFECa' APPLIANCE will cur rjIsHH
you. No drugs dr electricity ; 750.000 cured ifcM
and developed. 10 DAYS TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Sent sealed. Guaranteed. MM
Wrlto tcKlay. R. a Enunot. 115 Tabor; RgH
block. Denver. Colo. jrH
HOTEL KMUTSFORD,
New and elegant In all Its oppolntmento. 'f'LI
U0 roonia. single or en uulte. Cl rooms wita iiiH
butli, a. 8. Holmes. Proprlotor.

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