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I iv i'OBNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1901. , , , fiH
bf$v THE SALT LAKE TKIBUyE. page eleven ;H
vS iPOih iffiummer kitchen.
J$ ilSd shade trees. Close In
g' .fen imth. Pan-
Srlctiy modern, 10th E.
! fv Very uttrnotlvc homo.
J Main . S rod.. Cheap,
il tantalus. re K. K. -Dept.
T 7rAFlNE HOME, 7
rC fl1" inrco lots, fine or-
&ra house. IMS? , fl t
n; STATE STREET.
V Address T 40, Tribune
'? ! ,m beautiful home at W7
''4 M u,t i t has 7 rooms nnd rc
' m BftrJ bnseincnt-under the
& WioS at windows are
i ' le2 bottom. U has elc
l Bi'fh toilet 1 liBhta. large
T & ft on s We. nicely fenced ;
Wi. hut owner left for Cul
VT.j fitoa. .7,. hcautlful cottage
13i imt 44; only $t) cash.
$2f?..terSV only 6 per cent.
5" liberty lark Jl00: 510
5 jlftti Wnterert; no taxes.
ni 'nD' lar5e ,ot' Clh
& rA mantels bath, toilet, c.
I f ft' "ten me you don't want
S?chajPf arc presented.
$ a ury terms, Gth East, no ln-
S L'frxVi Sri Eaau only $4100; finest
4J f.jf i'race, sewer, etc.
iEat, 6xG. fcr terrace, JCO30.
Ill - t(lt"onij- ?5100' tcrracc or
il ,'at lot on 6th So , S10OD.
j la Liberty hark Jl. Double
i 'niup' Get In the movement.
1 1 ti EMt. 3 houses, fine corner,
A a Fiff Inlcrcst-paycr,
1 1: lib East. 4 compartment?.
i 'btit cement walks, strictly mouV
li'btauty. only $12,500. Dig ln-
rfi m't b-Jlli! when you can buy
' KrMii, Clh South, $3009.
aj r.wciuN jToo.
j iiraUc flne lot, 3rd West, only
HWail nancy to loan.
'fU; 7TAL7ER J MEEKS.
3 fcterr.cln I offered last week
I'piJcjlly dlsappearlns be
31 Ktalomcrc have founil them
tonil Today It will pay you
fclit Iheie places.
,Si to collage at S. B cor. of
-f ttpylc find Sth "SV. Lot 3x7
,jj k lAigi shade trees. City
1 Lit5U.e of I r., stone foun
"1 fa, ter, lot 2o feet by C rods
tm i Hi)' N. E. cor. First
ji izi ;ih w . ts3o.
m bulWlnR Jots
i, ii ft-'t lo l-foot nlley. First
Cjl titttrtth W. 500, $25 cash,
I : t) r7 month
;bi Mttt vacant cor., 1st So and
' TT 1 cm make price attrac
m l J:5t tht place for drug or
it; wij bejinesa, Also suitable
Sifcr lota In southeast at
g H HARD TO BEAT.
It 'ffVi M. Ashlon, 201 News
.?! ; ,.
m 2ND SO.. 1XTH E..
- lam 7 and Ci-room houses, with
s.tMBs complete; oak and oil
ii: 7m bargain prices; easy
x .1 l. UcConaughy. No. C03 Auer
i 5 aS7
j FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
w. .1 Fulmer ave.. cor 7th W.
X . xiui
?J J5r F0J7LEH HAVP MOVJ3D;
J pw. orjoalte Z. C. M. I. zl5
V? fUiZ MISCELLANEOUS.
ta J(!?D SINGLE DRIVING
I wlc "l1 cow. K3 Somerby
J iffS?,."" ftnd Sixth South.
J lViE'S'9INl2 AND BOILER.
4 Sfci ?lc.r ca.n no'stlnL' engine.
A "ltiiw" blocs. wlro cable and
"eiWt!,1 'ecnd.iiand lumber,
K.?r lhoumd Any or all,
ttL Addresa Bl. .Tribune,
! in Kood order; cheap. 15
om 2S. a2isi
& 'HOPEAN AND AMERI-
rt ,y furnl9hed, modern
K?,?2' clieal nt; more
i r!illar ?Pl; "no tran
'l:cbdr0ti f?r se,UnG. other
Ura. taJ?s 'mmcdlato attcn
. Address T 27, Tribune,
I tSlQL.LBrnF,VA7 FULL OF '
lQ- "u rent. Address T
S't0 GROCERX AND
I "xtures snd complete stock
't5Mnf?0nln-hoU8Ci, fine o
'Ir In hVn..e(u,y tcn3: will
ilEM- rl t,mc'
"iirihh'L1 fonfcctloncry; cigar
n5S.ni.r?nicr6. ut bar
J0" NoSIaln at. u21G5
AC2fn8,TRE. GOOD LO
5 80. It 1(1 at once. Inquire at
"Use? SALIC CHEAP. APPLY
1 UE,p 3 , HOOMS. BEST
E. 1st so.. Boom 9.
rSH2nffi,Kat 0,0 to.tr. State
tJ!ih anil stato. al931
iSiL &CKS. JAMES
p-i!!orth 8t PJSC2
BOl Rood L lnc location.
rjttV'Ins T AnUislncE0 Excellent
Pnf; Addrcrfs miiek. Leo
l.lor wool Hlnsei stock?
Pn UUh; na mutton. C. B
' CURES CATAitRH
Mnj. Win, De Batz, Official Gov't. In
terpreter, "Wnsh., D. C, Prnises
T have been so greatly benefited by
Paw-Paw that 1 scarcely know how to
sufficiently praise Us merits. I suffered
from general debility and most acute In
digestion, from which I could Obtain no
relief. I was advised to try Munyon's
Paw-Pawl- I did so and found Instant
beneficial results. It has done mo un
speakable good nnd It Is tnilv a wonderful
remedy. Paw-Paw has raised me up and
has kept me up.
(Signed) -VM DE BATZ.
So the good reports come In from even'
section. One cured person spreads the
news to his friends of this new vegetable
pepsin, which makea old stomachs almost
as good as new. and so the wave ofhoalth
goes on and on. People who havo been
troubled for vcars with sleeplessness say
that slnco taking Paw-I'uw they can sleep
all night and get up feeling strong and re
freshed. 1C you need a tonic. If vou need
strength and good cheer, try a bottle of
Paw-Paw and jou 'Will have no need for
Beer. "VIno or "Whisky.
Sold by all drugglats. Large bottle, $1.
Paw-Paw Laxatlvo Pills. 25c a bottle
A SNA Pi
GOOD UPRIGHT i
j CaUor Writo us at once. j
I C!ayton Music Co.
! LEADING MUSIC DEALEES.
! STEIN WAY DEALERS. 9
109 Main Street.
iWo used 6cvcn wagons and fourteen M
horses continually handling H
HOSIER'S FLOUR j
NOTHING BUT MERIT H
Could possibly keep a flour mill as jj
rji busy as ours. aa
I Anthracite coal, all size5
I Burton Coal & Lumber Co,
G6 W. 2nd So. 'Phono 80a
!J. W. CUBBIK,
W SnJ Bfu(h. Rnlt I-nkr CM
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD SQUARE PIANO IN FINE
condition. 3tl Main St. 02
NEW MILCH COWS, TAKE YOUR
choice out of 120 head; start milking 3 p.
m. and 4 a m., on 12th So. and 6th W. J.
II. Schwartz nll23
AT INVENTORY PRICE. A WIIOLE
salo Manor Iiouhg; swioon n connection.
Located In a lirst-class city. Address S
VERY CHEAP, UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at room 210 Atlas block. al9
CHEAPEST AND BEST TRUNK 3EK
vlce. Call City Package Delivery. Both
'phones 1955. aW.'
THOROUGHBRED WHITE DANG
shan cockerels. Cull or address S39 So.
Eighth Earn. a73
GROCERY. STORE. $K0 CASH BU3J
ncsB; rent JIG per month; 132 S. Stato St.
1 GOOD HORSES AND A WAGONS.
Apply 1C9 W. 3rd So, nC0
VCFV CHEAP, 1 41-HORSEPOWER
boiler, 1 llf-horscpoiver engine, shafting,
pulleys and belting complete; ir.sfnUcd In
building close in, suitable for manufac
turing purposes, Bteam laundry or steam
carpet cleaning establishment. The ubove
machinery can bo bought with or with
out renting building, inquire l&'J w. 3rd
FURNITURE OF "-RM. HOUSE;
housu for rent. Inquire CO b. 1st West.
ROULETTE WHEEL FOR SALE AT
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
BtahU-B. 123 W. Sn. Tftmnlr. BllOi
AN INTEREST IN OUR HONOLULU
business for H500 lo a mnn or woman
competent to manago office. Business es
tablished. Salary and good profits to right
party. Merchants' Protective Aes'ii.. top
floor Commercial blk. SomO peoplo don t
like us. "T
0000 TO SOOi) TONS FIRST-CLASS HA i
for sale, for feeding purposes. Good cor
rals. This hay Is for sale at the right
price. Correspondence BOllclteU, ti. a.
Stroud, Debeque, Colo- , 18
j Tribune's Ogden Boreau
5 C4SG WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
6 AHvrtisinc: Rates FurnlBhed oa Application. 1
ASKS 50-YEAR FRANCHISE
FOri WATERWORKS SYSTEM
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, SepL 2J. The City Council mot
In regular, session tonight with President
pro tern. Chnmbcrs in the chair. An. or
dinance granting a fifty-year franchise to
the Ogden Waterworks company to main
tain a waterworks system In tho streets
and alloys of Ogden City way Introduced
by Councilman Williams and pnssed Its
Hr3t reading after a heated discussion.
The engineer was Instructed to begin
at once the opening of Canal alley, ns
most of the property owncrw havo agreed
to scllhu right of way for that purpose.
Contractor P, J. Moran was present and
agreed, upon request of tho Council, to
extend his guarantee on paving done on
Twenty-fifth street from two to thrco
years, and frdm two to five years on work
dono on Wall and Grant avenues.
Councilman Williams was elected Mayor
pro tem. In the absence of Mayor Glas
mdnn, who will enjov a few days' ouilng.
Tho Ognen members of tho Veteran
Firemen's association have extended an
Invitation to the veterans from San Fran
cisco asking them to spend a day as thmr
guests whllo en route lo the St. Louis
H. S Goddard. the well-known musi
cian, who has spent the last few years in
the study of music In London, has wi It
ten to E. A. Larkln of this city that ho
will sail from London on October C and
will reach Ogden about November 1. Ha
will return by way of Canada, whore he
will give a series of entertainments.
G. R. Day, formerly local agent of tho
United Stntcs Realty company of Minne
apolis, has been arretted at Logansport.
Jnd.. on tho charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses. Day" Is accused
by L. N Meld of obtaining from him $300
under false pretenses. In inducing Meld
to purchase two contracts In -nld com
pany and appropriating the money and
not reporting It to the company.
John Fowers of Prnvo valley Is in
town, the guest of his brother, Jesso
The new" Dec school building opened to
day, with Principal A. W. Harold In
charge. Tho attendance was more than
The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Kendall,
who was murdered by her husband, will
be held at '.' o'clock tomorrow afternoon
from RIchy's undertaking parlors.
Tho I O. O. F. degree team, which oip
tured the prize at the annual convention
nt.San Franclscp, passed through tho
city today on route to their, homes at
Washington, D. C.
Gus Beycnah, u feather-weight pugilist
of Cincinnati, O., Is In the city looking
for a scrap.
Mrs. Susan Bruce died at her homo. 730
Twenty-fourth sstreot. at o'clock this
E. IT. Jones, a merchant of Kelton, Is
Rose Whitlow has brought suit for di
vorce against Daniel " hltlow on tho
Tounds of drunkenness.
Rear Brakeman McBrldo of first sec
tion No G has been held responsible for
the wreck at Strong's Knob some days
ago, and discharged from the employ of
A marriage license was Issued today
to Emll Anderson of Uuntsvillo and bel
ma Llnderbaum of Ogden.
The following names were today
drawn frcm the Jury box to serve ns
trial Jurors for the' October terra of
court. Benjamin Oppman, Fred M. Nyo,
John Nicholas, Chauncy R. Dana, John
Jenkins, J. II F. Last, Joseph Scow
croft. Oscar B. Madson, Fred Massu, R
L. Prodtll, Peter A. Mattson, Richard J.
Taylor. William H. Wright. Ogden; Wil
liam II. Jardlno. Lorenzo Iladloy, Thom
as W Cook. West Weber; James G.
Wlddlson George E. Illgley, Hooper; M.
E Malone. Pleasant View; Charles
Wood. Samuel S. Fcrrln, Huntsville, Al
bert Webb. William Wheeler. Slatervllle;
George Miller, Plain City; George Storey,
AT THE HE ALT SCTEL.
IVhen you come to Ogden, opposite 'ho
Union depot. Tho celebrated Oetcrrnoor
felt mattressfa in every room. Samplo
ooraa and enfe In connection.
J. J. BROJWMITT.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
'Phone G22-Z. 10$ Washington Ave.
Ht Healy House GarTe.
Under new management. First class In
every respect. Courteous treatment.
Lunches put up to order.
J. JENSEN & CO.. PROP.
OGDEN .. UTAH
I"1" " ' "drink" ' " " ' I
NATURAL L1THIA WATER.
"Makes everything Good." R
F J. Klcsel & Co , Ogden. I
Rlcger & Llndley. Salt Lake, DIa-
Ogdcn's finest enfo. Lcaip'n bcor on 5
? draught. 2125 WnshlnRton Ave. ?
? I.HEDOM PATTtSGN Pron. ?
. D. BLOSSER. J. L. BLOSSEK.
YoUr 'h.rBtorWalngton ay.
NW nd elegant in ull Ita dupoinimuntj.
ISO rooms, ainglu or cn oulte. 01 rooma witli
&Ui. O. Holme. Proprietor. 1
SEVEN TRAINL0ADS OF
SHEEP SHIPPED EAST
AMERICAN FORK. Sept. 2G-Tho
Henlly brothers of Alplno will ship a
tralnlond of sheep fm here Wednesday
for Kansas City, Mo. This makes seven
tralnloads of , sheep nhlpped from hero
during tho Bummer.
Word has Just oomo- to American Fork
of tho death of tho nine-months-old
child of Mrs. Lucy "Wagslafr. '
Miss Mlna Houston, deputy county
clerk of Provo. came homo yesterday for
a week's vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Houston,. Sr.
Mrs. John Houston left this morning
J0r.' Salf, Lokc c,t' for n short stay.
hlle there she will do some Temple
John W, Chlpman, who has spent the
past two weeks hi eastern Utah looking
after -Jie dlppinc and shipping of his
sheep, returned homo this morning.
Mt. inicf .MVs.' Earnest JackUn. who
havo been spondlng a vacation In
Charleston, as the guests of Mrs. Jack
lln's parents. Mr and Mrs. John Casper,
returned home vostcrday.
Mark Dunkley. Deo Adams and Ross
Ingersoll wcro lined two dollars bv Judge
Kolly for being In a saloon under age.
Tsaac AVatjslnff of this place received
the contract for plastering the" now bank
building In Heber Joseph Durrant. who
so -:nred the electric Contract on tho new
Heber bank, loft last evening for Heber.
Mrs. Lilly Adams of Provo Is visiting
American FdrTfaS "llftT jUesl of her
mother, Mrs. S. li. Chlpman.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steele and' Mr. and
Mrs. Marlon Brown- are-spending a va
cation J 11 American Fork canvon.
... : . r
Mrs. George StGolo of Salt Lake Is
spending a -vacation in American Fork as
the gust of relatives.
. . ',..
J.. E. Jensen of this placo has shipped
a tralnload of sheoy from his Idaho
rnnch to Khrisiis" City. Mo.
Mr and Mrs. A. B. Adams and Mr, and
Mrs. Dick Adams, returned from. the. St.
Louis fair last evening, ,
Earnest Drlgga of Kanab. Utah. Is
visiting American Fork as the guest of
Mr nnd Mrs. W. S. Robinson.
Miss Annie Ralphs of Salt Lako is vis
ltir.gr In .American Fork as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. B. Ralphs.
Miss Eliza Storrs, who has been for the
past suminor at Mack, Colo., returned
homo last evening.
Frost for Two Nights.
TO DAR1 SILVER LAKE IN '
. .AMERICAN FORK CANYON
Special to The Tribune.
LEHI, SepL 2G At a meeting held Sat
urday between Morgan Evans, president
of tho Lehl Irrigation company. Mayor
Clark of American Fork and Mayor
Wadley of Pleasant Grove, and Engineer
Dorcmus of. SalL Lake. It was decided to
put a concrete and cement dam fifteen
feet high in the outlet of Silver Lake in
American Fork canyon and use the lako
as a reservoir for Impounding tho waters
for use during the Irrigation season.
The lako has a surface of about ten
acres and the work will be comparative
ly small expense. The allied companies
also agreed to tunnol Into several springH
In the canyon with the idea of Increas
ing their flow, and If successful they will
-bo adopted on a more extensive scale the
Willie, the 1 1-year-old son of City Coun
cilman G. L. Comer, died yesterday. The
young man had his leg amputated somo
time ago and had not thoroughly recov
ered. Del Roy Knudson, tho son of Mathlas
Knudson, .who fell from a trco a month
ago and paralyzed his lower limbs, docs
not Improve and he was taken to tho hos
pital In Salt Lako today for treatment.
A case of diphtheria -has developed In
the family of Hnrry Baker.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAROWAN, Sept. 2G Thcro has been
a light frost the last- two nights, but no
damage has been d6ne.
Broze, tho eldest son of William H.
Lyman, died last Friday night of appen
dicitis Ho was i yenrs old and was
brought down from Q-.e mountains, whefo
he had been hording sheep. Drp. Mc
Gregor and Mlddloton held a consulta
tion yesterday and decided that ho was to
weak to undergo an operation, and ho
died last night about S o'clock. The fu
neral was held Saturday morning at 10
' The Ropublleans held their primary to
night mid the County convention will be
held In Purowan on September 2S.
Death Due to Convulsions,
Special to Tho Tiibune.
EUREKA. Sept. 2G. The six-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Frec
kelton died lioro this afternoon from con
vulsions. The child had been suffering
with convulsions slncji yoaterday afternoon
STATE FAIR AND CONFERENCE
Will he made via the Oregon Short Line
and U. P, lines west of Green River.
Tickets on sale from Ogden and Inter
mediate points' October 3rd to 9th, Inclu
sive; good-for return until October 12th.
From Green River to Ogden and Inter
mediate points October 3rd to Sth, Inclu
sive, limited to October 12th. Other
points, October 3rd to Sth: limited to
October 15th. See ugents for full par-particulars.
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With cound-proot booths. TcleDhonn
building. Stath street, city.
Miners Suffocated by Firo.
.PitJ' ?m" So".t' W'-AuPust Johnson
and Doy Miller, miners, were suffocated
to death today by a flro which destroyed
the head houso at tho Almadcn tunnel hi
Tarryall district. L, C. King, au orln"
tendent of the mine, was bnSly burned i
In trying to rescue tho two men. who
were out off from escape In tho tunnel
Can you buy anything bad
on the terms of Schilling's
j PARK CITY I
J TRIBUNE BUREAU, I
Suicide Finds Rest in Grave.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Sept 2G. The funeral of
William D. Allen, who committed suicide
at his home near tho Sliver King mine
one day last week, :00k placo this after
noon at 3 o'clock from tho Masonic hall
Tho A. O. U. W. lodge conducted tho
services at tho hall and the K. O. T. M
at the cravo. Rev. Mr. Murray of the
Methodist church also asslBtcd In the
P. W. Do Lanccy of San Francisco,
who has been upending several days with
his daughter, Mrs. F. A. McCarty. left
today for a visit to his old homo in Min
neapolis. Dr. Andorson of Salt Lako, In company
with Messrs. Brown and Burt of Nica
ragua, camo up lo tho camp yesterday
and spont tho day .visiting tho Silver
King mine and mill. Tho latter two
gentlemen aro prominent mining men
and were here to soe how mining and
milling aro carried on in this place.
J. C Perry went to Salt Lako yesterday
afternoon, to bo gone for two or three
P. McPherson was a visitor to tho city
NOT ROBBED, BUT HAD A
FIGHT AND LOST MONEY
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Sept. 2fi Two young men re
ported to the Sheriff that they had been
Held up between Payson and Spanish '
Fork and relieved of 530. The men were ,
sure that they could Identify the hold-up
nnd Sheriff Harmon and Deputy Sheriff
Dave Bennett arrested two me"n whom
they pointed out and they admitted that
they had had a light with the complain
ants, but not with any Intention ot rob
bery. The young men reported later '
that they had found the money on tho .
Iloor of the wagon.
The following location was filed this
morning with the County Recorder:
George W. Carter ct al. located the Last
Chance No. 2 In the Spanish Fork canyon
George S. Reynolds, aged 21, of Sprlng
vlllfc receivdd license to marry Mao Rees,
aged 21. of SpanlBh Fork.
Bertha Anderson applied for divorce
from Samuel Anderson on the grounds
of desertion. There aro two children by
Wlllard Adeline, of Provo, will leave
shortly for Europe, accompanied by E. T.
Tout. He will study music. Mr. Ade
line has a bass voice of unusual quality.
Miss' Maggie Dick, a nallve of Scotland,
aged 3'J. died yesterday from acuto gas
tritis. . .
Mike Larkln and John Carr were arrest
ed for being drunk and begging on the
streets. Judgo Hoon fined them $10 each,
and in default fifteen days In Jail.
Sheriff Harmon began "to serve Jury
summonses today through tho county.
' o o
C. F. Decker returned from the East
J. Mill Jones returned today from tho
South, where he has been visiting friends
for tho past four weeks.
Mrs. George Lewis, wife of tho Method
ist minister, Is 111 with lung trouble.
Countv Clerk Felix Bachman, Parley
Smoot, "Em Buckley. C. O. Baker. Trea
Moore. Earl Skinner nnd E. C. Lackncr
went hunting up Pole canyon yesterday,
got into a big snow storm and got thor
Lee Boll Is the Provo agent for Tho Salt
Lake Trlbuno, at 17G West Center street.
All business and deliveries attended to
personally, Insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persons wishing to
have The Sunday Tribune only can have
same delivered to their homos.
Buried at Spanish Fork.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
SPANISH FORK, Sept. 26 Tho fu
neral of Ellas Banks, who was killed
at Bancroft. Ida . b the falling of a hay
pole, was held here at his father's resi
dence yesterday afternoon.
The Electric Light and Powor com
pany of Sapnlsh Fork held a public
mooting at tho pavilion Saturday night.
Mayor Bover and Don C. Johnson of
Springvlllo! and Electrician Whlteman of
tho Payscn plant addressed tho meeting
Heber C. Jex. ex-Mayor of Spanish Fork,
represented tho company and Mayor
Crocr spoke for tho city. The attend
ance was Bmall, but tho company means
Nose Bleeding Fatal.
Special to The Tribune.
PEOA, Utah, Sept. 2G Four yearn ago
Leslie Williams's nose began to bleed.
So frequent were the hemorrhages that
ho became emaciated and died last Thurs
day. Ho was 1-1 years of age.
Rock Springs "Peacock" Coal,
Lump, nut, slack, Sold only by Central
Coal & Coke Company. Ofllces, 142 Alain
street (temporary). 'Phone, SIS; GG
West 2nd South. 'Phone SOS. Yard, 5th
South and 3rd West
When In need or a carpenter, 'phono
H. F, Williams Bell, 211G-K; Independ
ent, 241. Shop, 71 S. State.
4 Mim IIIHHI
HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
ROME, Sept, 23. The Popo has ad
dressed to the cardinal vicar a protest
against the congress of Free Thinkers
hold hero last week.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Sept. 2G. Presi
dent Zekiya has appointed Dr. Jose Do
lores Game to bo arbitrator for Nicaragua
In the settlement of the boundary ques
tions with Honduras.
LONDON, SepL 2G. The Inquest over
tho remains of Aloxandcr Davis of Bos
ton, Mass., who wna found dead In a
London hotel September 23, today resulted
in a verdict of ''suicide while sane." It
transpired that Davis was a morphine vic
tim. LONDON, Sept. 2d. The Foreign office
has received no official Intimation from
Washington of the intention of President
Rooflovelt to call a second pcaco confer
ence nt Tho Hague. It states If such an
invitation Is extended 'undoubtedly Great
Britain will bo represented.
LONDON, Sept. 20. A letter 1b published
from ox-Colonlal Socretary Chamberlain,
in which ho sharply criticizes tho atlitudo
of Lord Roscbery In respect to the llscal
question and vigorously condomns him.
LONDON, Sept. W. Tho recent railroad
accidents In tho United States are attract
ing 110 little comment in England. Thee
Pall Mall Gazette Bays; "Thoy aro far loo
common In America, especially of late."
NAPLES, Sopt. 20. Tho eruption of
Mount Vesuvius continues, and although
it has somewhat decreased It Is still most
imposing and ItB vividness has boon aug
mented by the breaking away of tho crust
around the crater, which is being re
elected with shakings, rumblings and ex
1 October 15
H Wo will make our regular $15.00 H
m teeth for S3.00.
U Our $S.O0 for $5.00.
8 Beautiful 22-k rfj B
H (aold Crowns for I
M Gold fillings, $1.00. H
Silver fillings, 50c to $1.00. ffl
Guaranteed PAINLESS ex- H
IB traction, 00c KM
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I jq1101"' 8:30 to 6S0 SunJay' N
I Closing out picture
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j 164 Main. J
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SALT LAKE '
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodaks, Supplies, Finishing
3rd So. and Main St.
l Your patronage and we're prepared H
to mako everything so attractivo M
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1 PICTURES TO FRAME. 1
J. W, Gessford
Tel. 1C5C-X 07 So, Main.
ROCHESTER. Minn., Sept. 2G. Tho
Stato W C T. U convention today adopt
ed resolutions condemning- Mormonism
and asking President Rooaovelt to ex
clude intoxicating liquors as a beverago
frojn tho Panama canal strip under United
Artist Hunter Dead.
LONDON, Sept. 20. Collin Hunter,
the artist, Is dead, aged 63,
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has. Utah people are pap
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A l half pound J J Jj
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needless delay and disaster overtakes your -, !,,! 11
plumbing If it happuns, though, call on . ,
WE'RE ALWAYS ON TIME. .j, . 'H
Ycb. and we'll do any Job we contract"'" S I i
for. on tho "doL" on "time."
That's our reputation now, and will bo I 1 1 ''H
next year. If we repair, or contract for , 1 Jj 1 i
entire new plumbing, It's on "tlmo.'V. Si ; '
Ours Is the best work and price no - III j ' H
highor. Try us. ; ,
I. M. HIQLEY & CO., "
HONEST PLUMBERS. jj
Electric wiring and fixtures. 1 ' -ll
109 E. 1st South. Both 'Phonc3 732. ' f .
1 The' Realm V ' jl
of Rubber I jl
Our fall stock of Rubber Goods 13 I
here. Anything of this character H
t that wo handle Is of worthy quail- M 1
ty. and we guarantee them to bo 1 j tfl
perfect M (
! Hot-Water Bottles, 75c to $2.00. I
Fountain Syringes, 75 c to 2,0. M i '
Also sick-room and Nurserj' sup- H
Dayton Brag Co. J ' ' j .1
Tel. 552 Cor. 2nd So, and State St. j " j I
ra Complete list of Trained Nurses. B .
UlAn BtDOING'TirO CCX3frZ t j;H
Better than any Eastern make. Will ;
cost you less money. Ask your deal- ji WM
er for them. Look for our trade- !'' i
Utah Bedding & MTg Co., fj I
Salt Lai ;o City, Utah. JJ ' j
The State Bank of Utah . !; H
Corner Main and South Temple Sts - .' '
Salt Lake City. ' L ' IH
JOSK7S V. SMITH. President. g , .
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President. h .
CHARLES 3 BURTON, Cashier. H 1 !
HENRY T. M'EWAN. AssL Cashier. !'' I I
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ' ' JKL '
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to SbU.' j
country trade CoiTespondence lnvl ,'3 (
J. E. Copgrlff, Pres. E. W Wilson. Cashier ' jSt,,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH ".i JH
NATIONAL BANK J
J. J. Daly, W. P Noble. Vice-Presidents. ' )'
A. H. Peabody. Ass't Cashier. 'j
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK :' J
Salt Lako City, Utah. ,: il
Established 1S52. IH
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah., jj. ' ill
Capital..,.. ) .. ..a.'"' 1i! ll
Surplus.. , V...S14.379.0CO ' 1 , ilH
Undivided prorlts ) ij , 'H
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Transacts a gcnoral banking business, I
domestic and foreign. IH
Direct connections with banks in all 'i;1 ; H
principal cities of tho world.
Drafts, I On all ll ' ;)i , .iH
Letters of Credit, Y prominent , !i H
Telegraphic Transfers. cities j ' IH
Doioslt3 receive subject to check. '; , v.' ,
H. L, MILLER, Cashlor. - r, 11
H. P. CL.VRK, Asst. Cashtor. i V .
ESTABLISHED 1S41. 150 OFFICES.'' ' , !
TUB OLDEST AND LARGEST. '" . f
G. DUN & CO., ;
The Mercantile Agency. j
GEORGE RUST, General Manager, f IH
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. ilH
OfTIcc In Progress bldg.. Salt Lake City. ' ; jtf ., '
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $200,000.00. jif
BANKERS. i I H
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. pi
Established 1S5A Iiworporattt; C?3, ti; 'H
Transact a General Banking Business. iH
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. - f i '; jH
J-ESERET NATIONAL BANS, !
UNITED STATES DEPOSIT ART. i if'i '1
Salt Lako City. Utah. U iH
Capital, S500,000 Surplmi, S2BO,0O0 ' j il
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER, ' v 1 J '1
Prcsldont. Vlce-PrealdehL ' Bl , nH
H. S. YOUNG. E. S. HILLS, W . ilH
Cashier. AssL Caahlor. ill
Safe deposit boxes for rcnL v. '
NATIONAL BANK OF1 u
THE REPUBLIC ' '
U. S DEPOSITARY. Jjj . .H
FRANK KNOX .President jf ' I iH
JAMES A. MURRAY VIos-Proaldent K; ' 'H
W. F. ADAMS Cashie VI' lH
CAPITAL PAID IN. $300,000. ' H
Banking In ull its branches transacted. i . H
Exuliango drawn on tho principal cltlefl V" ') 'H
of Europe. flj! .
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ftj ( 'H
JcCORNICK & CO., jp '
.Bankers i1';.1 iH
Salt Lako .City, Utah. I ' H
ESTABLISHED 187a ,
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