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" , ' THE SALT LAKE TBXJBTJNE. otesday Mamma, October 18, 130t f
I - GETS WARRANT
Latest More in Greek
Louis Skliris Charges the
Doctor With Practicing
1 Complaint Is the Outcome of the At
tempt to Organize Greek La
borers Into a Union.
Hj -f Cases Sot for Monday.
H SUPREME COURT. -f
H -4- Paul Wood vs. "Western Railway -f
B ' company.
H .A. Booth & Co. vs. G. M. Wlogand. -f
H 4- Promontory Ranch company vs.
H .4- Jo.vcpli Arglle.
1 4- DISTRICT COURT. -V-
H ' 4- DtylBlon No. 1. Judge Hall. -
fl 4- No setting.
H t- Division No. 2. Judgo Stewart. -t-
1 4- No' court. -4-
H -t- DlvitrJon No. 2. Judgo Morse.
H 4 No
H 4- Dlvlalpn No. 3. Judge Lewis. 4-
Hj 4- Emust M. Fowler vs. Alma B. -f
Hi 4-' Chrlstenaen.
v jfjfjf4-f ..
H By mciins of the County Attorney,
H the second blow was struck yesterday
In t lie- light between Louis Skliris, the
H Greek labor agent who supplies
H the local railroads and the smelters at
H Murray nnd Bingham with Greek help,
H ;ind Dr. P. G. P. At Una. A warrant was
H Issued yesterday afternoon by the
H County Attorney for the arrest of Dr.
H Attlas on the charge of practicing
H medicine without a license.
Furnished the Evidence.
H The warrant charges him with having
H on the 24th of July last practiced the
H profession of medicine without having
H a license to do so from the Slatp Board
of Medical Examiners. The evidence
was oil furnished by Skliris, who went
to the County Attorney with the com
plaint. It is claimed that the case
against Attias is a strong one, and that
lie will have difficulty In disproving the
charge, or rather in preventing the
county from proving it.
What Attlas Says.
The struggle has all come about be-
BBH cause Dr. Attlas attempted to organize
I he Greeks and incorporate them with
i the "Western Federation of Miners. The
V I object of this and the certain result
BBfll j would have been to deprive Skliris of
BBflr his emoluments. He has the contract
BBfll j to furnish the Short Line, the Rio
BBHF i i Grande railroads and the smelters
BBHI 'I nt Murray and Bingham Junction with
J I Greek labor. According to Attlas,
H every Greek that gets a Job with any
BBflj I of these employers has to pay toll to
BBS I Skliris in the sum of $5 or more down
BBHj and $1 a month as long as ho holds the
BBfll Dr. Attlas claims that he was
H liromptcd only by unselfish motives in
BBH. getting his fellow countrymen orga-
BBHj nl.ed, and Eays he wants to protect
BBHj i them from being taxed in this way. He
BBM maintains that it is unjust that they
BBH j ahull have to pay toll on their work.
' Allegations of Skliris.
Skliris, on the other hand, Bays that
BBBI Attlas is turning upon the one who
BBflj I befriended him when he flrat came out
BBfll I here, penniless and friendless, und that
BBh he is trying to deprive Skliris of this
BBH source of revenue because, he would
BBI not let Attlas In on it. He claims that
BBfll he does a great deal for his countrymen,
BBI and that he only gets his Just dues for
BBfl looking after them and protecting their
BBI Interests. He claims that this brganlza-
BBB 1 tlon was only in retaliation upon the
BBB part o'f Attlas.
Objects to Whitewash.
H,, Isabella S. Jurvle has filed suit In the
District court against her husband,
Mathuw A. Jarvle, for a divorce, on
j the ground of great cruelty. She accuses
him of having thrown a whitewash
L brush, -which struck her in the back of
the head. She also says that on the 5th
j Permanence- of Cure the True Test
i Many so-called pllo remedleo will afford
BBB the user alight temporary relief, and tho
majority of those afflicted do not expect
B more than thle.
BBB Tho averago sufferer, after having tried
every preparation recommended for the
BBB ure of plies, comes to the conclusion that
fl I here Is no cure except by un operation
BBpfl and rather than undergo this "last re-
V - sort" ho Buffers on, resigned to the altu-
. atlou, oo far as may be. The attention
1 f those interested la Invited to the fol-
BpJ lowing experience:
BBll 'Afusr ten years of aufforing from
blind, bleeding and protruding piles, and
j lifter using every remedy I could hear
f without any benellt, I nnally bought
1 a tlfty cent box of Pyramid Pile Curo.
j I ii ud used. It wlth such cood results I
J liought next a dollar box. which finished
i "P the Job. That woa nearly six years
i ago, and as far aa plica is concerned I
urn cured and have never folt a symnton
nt them slnco.
"Many othors havo used this remedy by
my advice, with tho samo results, and I
always recommend It to sufferers with
I piles." C. H. Potts. Burlington, Kans
Testimony like this should convince the
most skeptical tho Pyramid Pile Curo not
only cures but cures to stay cured. It
1 I Is in tho form of a suppository, can bo
applied in tho privacy of tho home di
rectly to tho parts affected, and does lta
work quickly nnd painlessly.
Drugglsta generally sell this famous
remedy for fifty cents a packago and sur
I fcrersaro urged to buy a packaB0 now
nnif .?!v? lt a trlal ton'Bht. Accept no
A little book describing tho causes and
H ure pllt? ,B published by the Pyrarnld
Drag Co.. Marshall, Mich., and same will
utj"111 t0 any addrcB3 lor ask-
day of October he tried .to strike her
with a woodon chair.
She alleges In tho complaint that the
defendant has been guilty of habitual
drunkenness for more than a year past,
thereby causing her great mental
anguish and bodily injury. "Wheroforo
she asks for a decreo of divorce. She
claims that tho defendant is a habitual
drunkard, and Is not a fit and proper
person to have the custody of their
three minor children. She also asks
that his house In Salt Lake be given
her to live in, and that he pay her ali
mony In tho sum of $25 a month.
CARLSON" MAKES GOOD;
BIgns Over His Property to Get Out
of the County Jail.
Carl August Carlson, who was ordered
committed to tho county Jail by Judgo
Hall for contempt of court, and has
been thero over since last Friday, 1b to
bo released as soon as he has executed
papers turning over his property to tho
court. The matter camo up before Judge
Hall yesterday morning in the suit of
Anna E Carlson against her husband
for divorce and alimony. The court
ordered that tho property of the de
fendant, both real and personal, should
bo turned over to. the court and
appraised. The defendant was ordered
discharged as soon as he had executed
tho papers. Ho got into trouble by
drawing from the bank and spending
money which the court had enjoined
him from using.
Further arguments were heard yestor
day morning by Judge Hall In the caso
of Jennings et al. aimlr.st Salt Lake ct
ol., In tho mattor of tho paving of First
street. Tho caso was not concluded, na
tho plaintiffs asked Icavo to fllo an
amended complaint, which permission was
Carl Hcrlcke, formerly of North Lux
embourg, Germany, and now of Salt Lako
City, was ordered admitted to citizenship
In tho United States by Judgo Lowls yes
terday. Tho Supreme court yesterday heard tho
arguments In tho case of Mlunlo V. Con
nor vs. Salt Lako City. This was a case
whero the plaintiff sued tho city for J1000
damages for Injuries sustained from fall
ing over a fence In tho middle of tho
Bldewalk on South State street. In tho i
District court she recovered the $1000 dam
ages,' but the city appealed tho caso and
tho flrflt arguments wero heard yester
day. Hugo Reltlch hns filed suit against tho
Superior Alta Mining company to recover
title to the Hell Gato group of mining
rlalms In the Little Cottonwood district,
and also to settlo a dispute about tho
Apex ground. Ho claims that the com
pany has jumped his claims for their Al
Sarah Cahoon has filed a suit for dl
vorco against her husband, Hyrum Ca
hoon, on tho ground of Intemperance and
failure to support. Sho complains that aho
has been compelled to depend upon the
charity of her friends on account of the
Idleness of her husband, his profligacy and
dissipation. She asks for a divorce, the
custody of their minor child and alimony
nt the rato of S a month. They wero
married In Salt Lako City on March 2,
Tho caso of tho United States vs. A M.
"Wlllumsen. proprietor of the American
Eagle at Murray, was yesterday continued
by consent of counsel until Monday. Oc
tober 2i, at 2 o'clock, when tho prelimi
nary hearing will bo held In tho ofllco of
United States Commissioner Twoincy.
Postofflco Inspector Sharp was called to
Wyoming on business and tho caso was
continued on this account.
In tho enso of Anna Scott vs. A. D. F.
Reynolds In tho United States court, an
order npprovlng account and report of re
ceiver and allowing fees was made, and
then a decreo dismissing tho bill and or
dering property turned over to trustee In
Tho United States District court will
meet Thursday, October 20, at 10 o'clock,
when tho case of Harris & Co. vs. James
Chlpman will come up for trial.
in tho case of Stlcf Laskovlch vs. tho
Southern Paclllo Railroad company a de
creo was yesterday handed down In tho
United States court giving tho plaintiff
damages In tho sum of $1-122.
Tho damage suit of James B. Fenton
vs. tho Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany resulted In a decreo In favor of tho
plaintiff for tho sum of S330, handed down
yesterday by tho United States court
Decrees In favor of tho plaintiff in the
cases of Ernest L. Burke, representing tho
estato of "Willis J. Burko and Thomas "W
Burko, vs. tho Southern Pacific Railroad
company, were handed down yesterday by
tho United Statea court, tho first In tho
sum of M0OO damaseH. tho second $7000
Thomas V. and "Willis J, Burko wero
among tho men killed In the powder ox
plosion at tho Lucln cut-off In February
I I I I I I I H H
I WEATHER RECORD I
Weather for today Fair
Yesterday's record at the local office of
tho weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, -II degrees; mini
mum temperiture, 22 degrees; mean tem
peratur. 3$ degrees, which Is 15 degrees
below tho normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco tho first of the month, 31 degrees
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco January 1, 11 degrees.
Total precipitation from 0 p. in. to C p
in.. .23 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
Blnce the first of tho month, .Si Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the first of January, 2.S0 Inches.
Abilene 81 Miles City CO
Aahovlllo di Modena ....CO
Atlanta 72 Montgomery 78
I Bismarck 70 Moorhead 72
Boise W New Orleans .......
Boston ts$ New York 62
Buffalo fA Norfolk 04
Cairo 7-1 Northtlold CO
Calgary 50 North Platto .... 7-1
Charleston 70lOklahoma ,S2
Chicago S Omaha '7s
Cincinnati 74 Phoenix s
Denver 72 Pltmburg 0;
Detroit f C4 Pocatello 4-
Dodgo SI Portlund '
Duluth CO Rapid City CO
Elklns 72 Roseburg &;
El Pat!0 7KSt. Louis ,76
Galveston 7S Su Paul ..S
Grand Junction ...,C2 S. Ste Marlo""!""c
Havre .... CO San Francisco" C3
Helena 54 Santa Fo ct
1 Huron 7t5Scrnntoir "m
Jacksonville 78 Spokane .... "&i
Kamloops 54 Swift Current '.""go
Kansas City SO Victoria rj
KnoxvlUo 74 Washington ""w
?iK.dcr-, CO Winnemucca .... !&i
Llttlo Rock 78 Yuma " &
Los Angeles 7S
CABLE CAR DERAILED,
One 2d"an Killed, Twenty Others More
or Less Hurt.
"WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. One man
was killed, another seriously injured
and about twenty others sustained
minor injuries in a street car accident
at Pvocklngton, a suburb sub-division of
this city. The car, containing between
eighty and ninety passengers, struck a
sharp curve, when it is supposed tho
flange of one of the front wheelB broke
Tho car slid off the tracks and turned
on its side. The dead:
E. K, SPRAGUE, aed-dSomposltor.
INTEREST! D THE
Col. Richardson at
Differences Between Salt
Lake and Portland
Real Estato Association Passes Reso
lution Indorsing1 tho Lewis &
Col. Tom Richardson, manager of tho
Portland Commercial club and chair
man of tho executive committee of the
Transmlssisslppl Commercial congress,
has reason to be gratified on account of
the reception tendered him yesterday by
tho Commercial club and the Real Es
tato association of this city. It was
a very large crowd and a representa
tive crowd of Salt Lake business
men, capitalists and professional men,
which greeted tho Portland man In the
club rooms at noon to hear his ad
dress on the plan and scope of the Lewis
and Clark Centennial exposition and
Oriental fair, which is to be opened in
the Oregon capital next June, and an
Interest was displayed In his presenta
tion of facte and figures In regard to
the coming big Western show which in
dicate that Utah is Inclined to do its
full share toward making the exposi
tion a success.
Unpleasantness Is Ignored.
Not the slightest allusion 'was made
In the meeting to the late unpleasant
ness encountered by the Utah delega
tion to tho convention of the American
Mining congress In Portland, when the
citizens of Oregon were accused of go
ing considerably out of their way to
administer to this city and State a
pretty severe slap in the face. The
Incident was evidently regarded closed,
by common consent, and so far as
expressions of opinion were made they
were all to the effect that lt would
be to Utah's best interests to have a
creditable exhibit at the Portland fair.
No formal action on the question was
taken by the Commercial club, but the
Real Estate association, In a saparate
meeting, passed unanimously a resolu
tion pledging Its hearty support to the
Ten Thousand Appropriated.
The present situation as to Utah's
part In the Lewis and Clark exposition
is that the last Legislature appro
priated the sum of ?10,000 for an exhibit
of tho State's resources, with the under
standing that such portions of the ex
hibit used at the St, Louis fair as might
be considered available for the purpose
should be turned over to the commis
sion appointed for the Portland fair. It
w;ns the desire of the fair management
that the sum of $50,000 be appropriated
by this State, but it was 'deemed best
by the Legislature to await develop
ments before setting aside so large an
amount for the purpose. It is quite
probable that an effort will be made to
lndice the coming Legislature to make
an additional appropriation.
Difficulties Were Overcome.
Col. Richardson, in his address yes
terday, reviewed at length the work
that has been done In preparing for the
Lewis and Clark exposition. IIo re
counted the difficulties and discourage
ments that were encountered at the
start, told how they had been overcome,
and predicted that the fair, while not
me largest, would ue one pf the most
satisfactory world's expositions ever
held, and would be by far the most pro
ductive advertisement the West has
ever had. Col. Richardson said In part:
Col. Richardson's Address.
The exposition will be a marvel to all
who may behold It. It will cover 102
acres of land and water, and for com
pactness and uttractlvonosH of featuro
and environment will bo without ques
tion the greatest exposition nir held. It
can bo seen, studied and comprehended
within tho means and within the time
that tho avcruco person has at his dis
posal. Thero will be no dreariness of
architecture to tire tho eye, no long miles
of aisles to wpary and uche the limbs,
no hot summer days or nights to sup
one's vitality, no burning winds' .sweeping
over a dry plain to enervate and depress
the visitor, no roads that will be alter
nately dust or mud, according to atmos
pheric conditions. All will bo perfection,
or at least the nearest approach thereto
over achieved by un t-xposltlon. Man's
Kenlus and nature's endowments work
hand In hand In tho malting of the Cen
tennial exposition. What man could not
do, naturo has done, what nature left
undone, man lias accomplished Engl
neerlnK skill has smoothed hillocks, lev
eled depressions, rounded off sharp cor
ners, routed out knotted trunks of trees,
aliened the lake shore, covered th old
foiest floor with tho verdure of tho Paci
fic West, and moulded the exposition
grounds Into a bower of beauty.
A Fair Without Debt,
When opened to thu public, the exposi
tion will represent, In cost of buildings
w u.ucuta, mm vuiue 01 exniDiia
under roof, and' expenditures for all other
purposes, an outlay of approximately $5,
000,000. It will bo in every way represen
tative of Jhe life, customs and Industries
of the world. The United States Govern
ment exhibit will be an exposition in it
self. It will open promptly on tho itr-t
day of June, and lt -will bo complete In
every department when openod It will
bo opened with tho monoy the pcoplo
gave to rnako lt, and without a dollar of
debt n;alnst it or its revenues In the
.shape of bond, mortgage or loan. It will
be a oolvont Institution, and bv reason
of Its solvency and credit, In position to
command tho admiration and respect of
all who may havo dealings with lt, and
capable of managing Its affairs with that
vigor and prudence that are 'port of tho
capital of every substantial business organization.
HAVE MEYER SHO WM" AROUND.
Officials of Utah, Sugar Company Toko
Charge of Trust Magnate.
Yesterday was occupied in slghtseo
lng In this city and Its environs by
President Henry O. Havemeyer of the
American Sugar Refining company, and
party under the escort of President
.Thomas R, Cutler, and other, officers
f The letters of Miss Merkley, whose pic-I
ture is printed above, and Miss Claussen,
prove beyond question that thousands of
cases of inflammation of the ovaries and
womb are annually cured by the use of
Lydia E PiiJdiam's Vegetable Compound
"Dear Mrs. Ptolvm: Gradual loss of strength and nerve force
told me something was radically wrong with me. I hud severe shooting
pains throught the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation com
pelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I had ovarian
trouble and ulceration, and advised an operation. I strongly objected to
this and decided to try JLydia JE. Pinklmm's Vegotablo Compound.
I soon found that my judgment was correct, and that all the good
things said about this medicine wore true, and day by day I felt less
pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other
complications disappeared and in eleven weeks I was once more strong
and vigorous and perfectly well.
"My heartiest thanks are sent to you for the great good you have
'done me." Sincerely yours, Miss Margaret Merkley, 275 Third St.,
Hiss Claussen Saved from a Surgical Operation.
"Dear Mns. Pinkiiam: It seems to me that
all the endorsements that I have read of the value
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound do not express
one-half of the virtue the great medicine really
possesses. I know that it saved my life and I
want to-give the credit where it belongs. I suf
fered with ovarian trouble for five years, had three
operations and spent hundreds of dollars on doc
tors and medicines but this did not cure me
" However, what doctors and medicines failed
to do, JLydla E. PInlcliam's Vegetable Com
pound did. Twenty bottles restored me to per
fect health and I feel sure that had I known or its
"""-i ?;) il value before, and let the doctors alone, I would
y" have been spared all the pain and expense that
fruitless operations cost me. If tho women who are suffering, and
the doctors do not help them, will try Lydia E. Pinkham's v ege-
table Compound, they will not be disappointed with the results."
Miss Clara M. Ci-ujssen, 1307 Penn St., Kansas City, Mo.
SrOftrt FORFEIT If wo cannot forthwith produce the original letters and sljroaturoi oi
"Id 1 1 91 II above Uutlmonttli, vnlch Trill proTo their nbsoluto cenulnenois,
llUUU JLydin IS. Plnlt ham Mod, Co., Lynn, alas.
of the Utah and Idaho Sugar com
panies. In the morning the party paid
a visit of nearly an hour to the office
of President Joseph P. Smith of the
Mormon church, where Presidents Win
der and Lund, Apostle John Henry
Smith nnd W, S. McCornlck were also
met. Later the Tabernacle was visit
ed and an Impromptu organ recital by
Tracy Cannon was listened to. Car
riages were then taken and tho party
drove to the principal places of Inter
est In and about the city. Including
Fort Douglas. In the afternoon a trip
to Murray was made in automobiles
and the works of the American Smelt
ing & Refining company were inspect
ed. At 0:30 p. m. the officials of tho
local sugar companies were the hosts
of the officials of the greater corpora
tion at an enjoyable dinner served at
the Alta club.
During the entire day Presidont
Havemeyer appeared to enjoy to the
utmost everything that he saw and
heard. He was In excellent spirits and
made frequent favorable comment upon
all the evidences of Western progress
that wero shown to hi in.
The distinguished party of visitors
will this morning go South In their
special cars to Inspect tho sugar fac
tories at Lehl und Saratoga Springs.
Thu party Is composed of Mr. Have
meyer, his son, Horace; "IV. B. Thomas,
vice-president of the American Sugar
Refining company; Lowell M. Palmer
and Charles H. Senff, directors, and Dr.
Hooker, chemical expert of the company.
"NO OIL," SAYS MANAGER.
Official Explanation of the Shut Down
at Earcninpton To Resume Soon.
Strenuous denial Is mado by tho man
ager of tho Guffey-Gnley oll-drllllng plant
at Parmlngton of the street rumors Uiat
oil has been encountorcd and the well
plugged. Work has been suspended, lt
Is said, pending tho arrival of more plpo
from tho East, and will bo resumed tho
latter part of this week.
Tho well Is down 2C00 fcot and has Just
reached a hard formation. Somo vory In
teresting geological discoveries havo been
mado In tho progress of tho work. Ma
rino remains, such as shells, etc. wero
found at tho depth of a few hundred fcot.
and at 1C00 feot wood was found. It
seemed to be Identical with the sage
brush which now dots tho country, and
provea that the lako bed, prior to tho In
vasion of the spa, was very similar to
tho mountain valleys of today.
Most of the drilling has boon throuRh
quartz, but now, tho managor aays, tho
formation Is becoming Impregnated with
Salt Lako Is becoming moro and more
important as a distributing, point for fish
and oysters. So great has been tho out
side demand jfor these fooda during the
present season, that W. M. Rash & Co
havo decided to establish a branch house
at Pocatello, which was opened on Sat
urday last The branch houso will dis
tribute to the smaller tovns and ranches
of Idaho, nnd, If tho orders already re
ceived slnco the opening of tho house on
Saturday aro an IndlcTitlon of the busi
ness to como regularly from that sec
tion of country. Pocatello soon will ba
como an Important station.
A unique advertising card has bten re
ceived by somo of tho dealors In this
city representing an Eastern oil company.
On tho card Is a picture of it little girl
Interested In reading an ad on a black
board. She wears a llttlo hemmed cot
ton skirt, which Is a weather barometer.
The card Is to be hung In tho open air
and If the skirt turns bhio tho weather
will bo fair; a pink tint Indicates rain
and a lilac shade a change In tho wea
ther. Tho Ideal Creamery company of Fer
ron, Utah, has tiled a eopv of lis artl
chis of incorporation with the Secretary
of State. Tho company Is to carry 611 a
Kencral creamery business at Furron In
Lmery county. Joseph Hanson. O. So
rensen Jr., Don D. Duncan. A. G n
derson and William ICIllpock constitute
tho board of directors. Tho capital alook
of tho company Is $500). divided Into shares
of the par value of $5 each. This Is all
subscribed among a number of tho Inhab
itants of tho town or Ferron.
.ustorduv'3 ,0Cttl bank clearings wero
$5.3.27. as against JC,SS3.56 for tho
sumo day last year.
Fired at Squirrel, Struck Boy1.
HELLIN'GHAM, Wash., Oct. 17.
Francis Sjmonson, a boy, lies near
death a Evorson with a bullet in his
head. Walter Barrow, 13 years of age,
yesterday fired a twenty-two rlfie at a
squirrel, the ball, killing the squirrel
glanced and struck young Slmonwn!
who was at play in the back yard of hlw
Do you -know- good tea?
Do you know bad tea?
Do you know what we
Do you know Schilling's
Wrilo for out Knowing Eoclc, A SchUiin; &
Compuiy, San Frenetics, '"
I The Stale Fair
I 1st Prizo Gold medal for
your HIG-H PATENT. 1
I 1st Prize Gold medal for I
J your STRAIGHT GRADE. I
I 1st Premium for bread baited I
I from I
i Bread baked by Mrs. J. A. H
I Steele, 658 East 1st South.
STATE FAIR JUDGES
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
Sever First Prizes for
Three Grown Products,
First prlzo for best display of Utah
Flmt prlzo for best dbplay of Baking
First prlzo for best display of Splcci.
First; prlzo for best display of Extracts.
FIrat prlzo for best quality Baking Pow
der. First prlzo for best quallts' Spices.
First prlzo for best quality Extracts
Every down-to-date grocer sells THREE
ASK FOR THEM
I Fomtam Pen, '
Ej The kind that's advertised, t
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I known pen. jj
! $1.00 up. 'i
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i Dayton Dra Co. j
Cor. Second South and State St. f
Tel. 552. 'i
n Refer to Our Nurses' Directory, t
Bottor than any Eastern make. Will
cost you less money. A3k your deni
er for thorn. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Co,(
Salt LaJ:e City, Utah.
As "Well as the Proper Sight.
Jno. Dayncs & Sons,
26 MAIN STREET.
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4 POSITIVE CURE
10 llltddorond D!Md Kid.
iloUly ond rermrinentlr Uie
orst cet9 of Oonorrbot-a
id Oloot, no mattor or how
irmlfM. Sold by drusiUtt.
THE SAHTAL-PBIN CO.
F. J. HILL DRUQ CO.. Salt Lake City.
ON ALL CAR JJIEd.
Try it th Next Tim You
S. C. EWIN'G, Proprietor.
Hcadqaartcra for mining men and atoe
an. R?7Efl A DAY AND up. tOCS"
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m Distributers of UTAH'S BEST I
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k. 1 ,an 3
47 West Second South
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the mapilflcent busineS3 1 WL
us. To 6W our WtJZWto
U more materially, nj'Hf V
j tinuo to offer our stock of K
I as advertised.
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I Special for Monday 1
and WccR- I
! Je? onZla, patent , ft
i Cuban heol, streot shoo. T$ ItU
Is valuo in this.
SHOE COMPANY I
I 258 So. Main St
ONE TON If
j "THAT GOOD COAL"
! WITH EVERY ACORN
RANGE SOLD THIS WEEK.
i And to make tho matter real It.
j tcrcfillng, wo'vo marked Ui
price of every Acorn ranje b fl
t the storo down tfp,
J The same Identical Ttcn& hi W
Sour competitors ask W) fcr I1
Come tomorrow, for wo've oafr i"11
CO of them. ' .fcli
I BR.UBAKER- I
! CAMPBELL jp
' Hardware Co.
1 27-29 West Third So. .
I 'Phone 1637-K.
a Wo oxtract your teeth FEEL JTu.
without one atom of pala, lbs p
; new teeth aro ordered.
j Beautiful 22-k (g ljS
i Gold Crowns fori)u LJc
Good set of teeth, J5.C0 flffl
) Gold fillings. $1.0). S 1
El Silver fillings. 00c to Jl.M, t
Rj Guaranteed PAINLESS itri WX
f. tlon. COc. ft.
f All work done by operator of ei-
i perlenco nnd ability.
! IF YOU WANT THE BE37 ?
; dental work for tho lowest prk. m '
! YOU ARE LOOKING FOR US. E
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED. JEKI
! Boston Dental Partes IS
126 Main Street.
I Hours, 8 20 to C 30; Eundiy, jftie
LJ.0.2.--.. ..j.t., hi M
Drunkenness Cured. jjur
A poolUvt. and cmnent ccnW & . c
drunkennMs and tho opium 5 Br i
There la no publicity, ulckae". X
treated no privately aa at JB tii rr
homes. The Kecloy Institute, Z?
Temple. Bait Lake City. Utah- J K3
- NOTICE. BsS
( Wo havo Just re- 11
EJ eclved a paper of BE?"
hi unmounted diamonds that wo mfk
PJ isell at unusually low PriSTfM PPPT,
Kj llncat quality, which wo vrt" BAs
fcl Pleaso call and look at tneS4B.
Fj once, a-i they will move 'a3,1;, (,'.'
(rJ ufacturo all kinds of 8pcclf! -.
EH signs to order. Make over oW f
fca olry Into up-to-dato designs or y fKIt;
II chanjra for now, or buy vour
t. - l"1 or mt In 'bMB