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::an7ESDYroEXixGJOCTOBEEs,ooi. XBJE SAXiT XAKE TIUZBTJaSTE;. page sevtci . H
ret BrcFTRNITURB OF SEVEN
ttFhousc nt n bargain; house for rent.
kMggt Third South. b!593
' iftfccR HEATING STOVES. GOOD
wgPtoiS sB e. So. Temple. MMS
Ef. Br?" COAL HEATING STOVE. GOOD
TlirALL CASH REGISTER. ALSO A
'iKSAter. New Yorkr Cash Store. blifr
mifc-p-iTTTRN-ITTmE AND LEASE,
kKmv clean and -well IKlitcd- Ad-
QgT once. V. 2. Tribune. M417
W. Jij tlrnVTTURE FOR 7-ROOM HOUSE
to rent. 1 block from P. O.;
?r "hlnc modern; upstairs rooms all
r.i sd. Tel. 1019. p1-3-
lpla& iiklNG-HOUSE. 9 ROOMS; BEST
fin In city. 22 E. 1st So., room 9.
0. s2 I I
aW CALL GROCERY STORE AND 1 IX-
, ; living rooms; cheap rent. Address
kUis Tribune. ""
"rooms, steam heat, fine location; a
tarsi money maker, only $1200. On easy
' i elegant 12-room house, ncvly furn
:m, 4, all rooms rented, 312G0.
!em. K) takes the new furnlturo oC a C-rm.
torn house, clo30 In; on easy terms.
i6 Lory -and market, J-W0 takes stock
area and alL A jump? Well. yes.
Ji' tfoto Gallery; oho of the best, In flno
'A itlon; only 5W.
Mu-dlng-house. positively one o tho
c' "and most prolltable In town. Beau-
ily furnished. Owner la 111 and must
thr for Terms.
V' e have a grocery close In; fixtures at
jyg y stock at Inventory.
fvou want to buy or sell come to the
3. RICHTER CO., AT R. 4. 131 Main.
0U!4t r Bonton theater. P. S. We havo a
p in a meat market. bl353
TStfl SEOBET SOCIETIES.
SU. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI-Tiri.
bodies or tho A. A. S. Rite of l-reo
onry hold stated mectlntrs tho third
rsday in each month nt Unity Hull.
vUO So. Second East street, bojourn
utr r, .'brethren invited. m .
,Utrj WILLLVM J. LYNCH, 32 dog.
lodn? K Jordan Lodge of Perfection No. -.
g; OL. James Lowo Chapter Rose Crob.
fXRA O. RHOADES. It. C C. H-
L nmandor Salt Lako Council Kadosn
SiS J FRED SrC-HcACUH
jil I M. of IC Utah Consistory No. 1.
h9w HRISTOPIIER DIETLL. S3 deg..
id ft. Registrar for All tho Bodies.
M if" ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F
li-1""1 A. At Masonic hall, nrst
U! Tuesday of each month. Members
-Idea sister lodges and sojourning
niit !""cn invited. , r
rtdri FRANK P SHERWOOD. W. M-
OSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary-
rASATCII LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
Masonic hall, second Friday each
nsur nth. Members of sister lodges and so
rcs irnlnG brethren In good standing in
fra ed. A. BROWN, W. M.
i tafe J J- LOWE, Secretary.
Utir" IT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
JM. Masonic hall, second Monday "-ach
3, ffi (nth. Members of sister lodges and so--ana
irhlng members In good standing ln-
Cd. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Socrotnry.
ra EL K-AL.VH TEMPLE. A- A. O. N. M.
. tThlnl Wednesday of each month. Ma
nt;b Clc hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojourn-
ch. T- - C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate,
j? BROWN. Recorder.
1,2 i. o. o. f.
fM, FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, L O. O. F..
rfc eta evciT Wednesday night at i
. jt lock. I O. O. F. temple. Visitors wcl
fl7, oe. II J. CREAGER, N. G.
jSa'.' iJC. SMITH. Secretary.
' O. O F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY:
A pordinate lodges meet as follows:
jE&i iian louge ro. i, inursuuj.
4. Ia.lt Lako lodge No. 2. Friday.
ordan lodge No. 3, Monday.
I tldglcy lodge No. 9. Thursday,
's mtcrprlsc lodge No. 15. Wednesday,
estm "idellty lodge No. 17. Wednesday.
olf lystle lodge No 22. Monday.
.' rl ENCAMPMENTS,
t ouuTh encampment No. 1, second and
J lolden Rule encampment No. 2, first
pif a third Tuesdays.
. REBEKA1I LODGES.
i!blli)ml Rcbckan lodge No. 1, second and
bt lorlain Rebekah lodgo No. 5, first and
M JJf rd Saturdays.
I WOODMEN OF TELE WORLD.
. i WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. -11 MEETS
tb V 'try Tuesday, 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
tot SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
, wis every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
. Maternal union of America.
p Evergreen lodge no. i&i meets
17 Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
Trt B. W. MAYO. F. M.
M. E JENKINS. Secretary.
Kftl KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
j iCALANTHE MYTITLE1 LODGE NO. 1,
rery Monday, K. of P. halt
H. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
rj: B' THOMPSON, K. of R & B. uSOC
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P..
rT iMts every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock,
J of P. hall.
i KOCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Thursday evening. K. of P. hall.
jKtJIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
K. O. T, M. SALT LAICE TENT NO. 2.
ery Thursday. I. O. O. F. halL Vlslt
gBi Knights invited.
LADIES OF THE MAC CAB EES.
!?Ai,T LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
C&. JMte even- flrat and third Tuesday, S p.
. I. O. O. F. hall.
Jc55 iERNAL JJf
fertPJ" LAKE AERIE NO. G7. EVERY
- 4 Say- 8 P- m.. A. O. U. v. hall.
f FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
ncF nJLHi17 LODGE NO. 2J2. FIRST
''fluL Tuesday, s p. ra.. a. O. U. W.
rhud,.SVNC,IL' 1517- AND 4TH
jjp v .nursday. Jennings block.
'lrti E I tv-c1 jV- JOPLIN, Resent,
u' JONES, Secretary.
0 l1611 BROTUEiRHOOD OF AMER-
PM SSOPCE NO. 78. EVERYIST
Qty, 5 -rd Thursday, I. o. O. F. temple.
CHOKINfi CATARRH CURED
Mi-. Cnswell Says, "Hyoinel Cured
Me." Yoiir Honey Bnck If It Does
Not Cure Tou.
"Use Hyomcl and be cured of ca
tarrh," Is whnt all who have tried It
for that disease say to their friends.
O. S. Caswell of North Mlddleboro,
Mass., writes: "Hyomcl has relieved
me from a choking catarrhal trouble
and cleared by head. I am glad to rec
ommend it to mv friends."
It is the easiest thing in the world to
ptop catarrh or a catarrhal cold at its
beginning If you use Hyomel. Just
breathe tho health-giving, balsamic air
for a few minutes and your catarrh will
In this and neighboring towns, there
are hundreds that can testify to the re
markable powers of Hyomei to cure ca
tarrh. Many of the staunchest friends
of this remedy began its use with little
hope that they would be cured, but as
F. C. Schramm offered to refund the
money if it did not benefit, they decided
to try it on that plan, and were soon
restored to health.
Men! Don't Be Weak
rx To men who
wfd Vd ) n"? suffer from
il Cvrt'T nervous debil-
J iii-rv Ity. losses, lm-
fi i j. U " potency, varl-
l v JJ !W , (K X cocele. vheu-
VT V 'n l Sj matlsm, lame
l7- dhltfiM- bck. kidney
T&mkC or stomach
SWvqV trouble I will
htttu m' world-
l s(Y i,h famed Dr.
Y I lt I Sanden Elec-
VY A A i M. I' n trlc Bclt aDSO
' fv f )A lutely free un-
M'VV'HilCl (il 1,1 cured and
HI J'lW Y not ono Penn'
il VVu V I In -advance or
II rx 1 on deposit.
) I J-'SA CV'J' Price when
& 1 cured ns low
as ? m moat
cases. If it
falls to cure you don't pay mo anything
whatever. Beware of imitations. Tho
genuine Dr. Sanden Belt can only bo had
at my establishment as below. Standard
for forty years. Call today and take a
belt along or write for one and my two
books sealed free.
DR. T. N. SANDEN,
997 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.
A S A WN K '
Is tho way the old plpo went Yes, that's so
and others will go tho same way If nec
essary repairs aren't attended to until
though, we're experts, and things fixed by
us stay fixed. Our plumbing helps savo
doctor's bills, too. Gas leaks allowed to
run are certain to endanger your health.
We llx 'em. and "quick as a wink," too.
Tell us what's needed and havo us do
I. JVL HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 E. 1st So. IncL 'phone, 752; Bell, 2125-x.
EOB SALE MISCELIAl'TEOTTS.
GO-CART WITH PARASOL. ALSO
gent's National bicycle, In good condition;
cheap Address U 17, Tribune.
NO. 1 CIGAR AND CONFECTIONERY
stand; rent 512. Inqufro 105 W. South
OLDSMOBILE RUNABOUT. IN PER
fect condition; will trade. What have
you? See G. C. Rlchter. over Bon Ton
LONG WOOLED AND SHORT
wooUd ramo. sample lots. Old Hav Mar
ket, north city and Co. bldg. Hebe'r Bcn
nlon, Taylorsvlllo. "br.93
CIIICKERING UPRIGHT PIANO, IN
good shapo. $250. Clayton Music Co., 109
Main St. b530
ONE HACK. ROCKAWAY CARRIAGE
and buggy; all In good order; cheap. 15
W. 2nd So. st.. rpom 25. . a2181
A SNAP. EUROPEAN AND AMERI
can hotel, newly furnished, modern
throughout; good lease; cheap rent; moro
than half-full regular people; line tran
sient business; reason for selling, other
business which demands Immediate atten
tion; easy terms. Address T 37, Trlbuno
VEKY CHEAP, 1 41-HORSEPOU Eli
boiler. 1 lz-norsepowor engine, shafting.
pulleyB and bolting compile; Ir.ptaHcd In
building close In, suitable for manufac
turing purpoapj, ateam lnundry or steam
carpet ctiairlng establishment The above
raachlnerr can bo bought with or with
out renting building, lnquiro 159 W. 3rd
HORSES BOUGHT -Tj BOLD. IOWA
ntablps 12i W Pn. Tumuli. rllOS
TWO RIDING PONIES, WEIGHT
about 750 pounds; gentle, sound and sure
footed; lcnsonable. Apply at 21 So. State
Bl or 'phone 22S1-Z. bU7
BOO LONGWOOL, BUCKS. JAMES
Winter, 220 West 2nd North St. alS2
MUSIC AND STATIONERY BU-SI-nose
lr liV2iy town of SOX. Fine location,
freah stock and good business. Excellent
reasons for selling. Address quick. Leo
C. Bryant, Nampa. Idaho.
0 VERY CHOICE RAMBOUILLET
rams: bred from tho W. S. Hansen atock.
none bettor for wool and mutton. C. B.
Sears Ogdon. Utah uxlSi
GOOD SQUARE PIANO IN FINE
condition SO Main St. zOi
VERY" CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO
Call at room 210 Atlas block. al!9
CHEAPEST AND BEST TRUNK SeiR
vice. Call City Package Delivery. Both
'phones 1555. nl6.'
THOROUGHBRED WHITE L-ANG-shan
cockcrelB. Call or address 333 So.
Eighth East. n79
E. REEVES & A. M. PERKINS,
bra.ss founders. 131 S. Cth West st. Tel.
FOR THE WINTER AT OSBORNE'S.
71 E. -ilh So. Ind. Tel. 117C. u2097
( Tribune's Ogden Bureau 1
B 2486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
I Advertising Rates Eurnislied on Application.
STONE THROWN BY BLAST
NARROWLY MISSED MAN.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 17. Angus McKay of
Huntsville reported to the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners today that an accident
had befallen him while passing through
Ogden canyon, which camo near giving
him serious Injury. While near the mouth
of the canyon on Saturday evening two
largo rocks from a blast which exploded
at the time crashed through, the ton of
his buggy, but fortunately missed him.
The board Issued instructions to tho
proprietor of the blasts asking him to
place guards on tho road during the time
W Neloon Wright, familiarly known as
"Nell." left yesterday for San Francisco,
from whero he will take a steamship for
New Zealand, to which country he has
been called as a missionary. Besides Mr.
Wright, there were six other young men in
the parly, who left for various islands
in the Pacific.
a O u
Frank Adams came to town today on
his way to his home In Hooper with the
hide of a 9C0-pound grizzly bear, which
he had killed with a 22-callbrc Winchester
rllle In a desperate encounter with the
bruin In Black Bear canyon tho othor
day. It took thirteen of the litllo bullets
to bring down tho bear.
A. E. Smith, the newly appointed man
ager for the Depot hotel in this city,
arrived here yesterday and took up ills
new duties this morning. Mr. Smith was
formerly manager of a large hotel in con
nection with the Omaha Field club and
succeeds A. L. Bell, tho former manager
at the local hotel, who has resigned.
For tho past week all westbound trains
havo been from one to eight hours late.
This has been due to the large number
of passenger trains which aro now run
over the road. Since tho recent washouts
on the Santa Fo route all passenger trains
havo been run over tho Southern Pacific
road, and as this will continue for some
time tho delay will also continue. The
special colonist trains run to develop the
West havo also Impeded traffic to a great
Mr. and Mrs. E. Black and son Edward
returned yesterday from an extended visit
at the World's fair.
L. J. Bucher, the local contractor, left
yesterday for Elko, Nev., where ho will
enter upon a largo tiling contract.
The baby gir. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wright died this morning. Funeral serv
ices were held at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
C. M. Clay today brought in twenty
range horses from Oregon and will re
shlp them tonight for St. Louis.
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Read will
be held at the Fourth ward mcotlng-house
tomorrow at 2 o'clock p. in. Tho remains
may be viewed on the dny of the funeral
between tho hours of 10 and 1 o'clock.
J. H. , Young returned yesterday from
Provo, where he witnessed the completion
of the Lyceum theater, of which ho and
IL Shibley, Lew Raymond and Irving Em
melt of this city are owners.
Arthur Anderson, the well-known young
artist of this city, leaves tomorrow for
Chicago, where ho will take a courso In
advanced art at a Chicago art school.
Inquiry into tho condition of Nick Smith,
who accidentally shot himself on Satur
day, brings tho report that ho lies in a
critical condition and is not showing the
Ogden was visited by tho first snow
storm of tho season this morning. A
goodly supply of the beautiful fell along
about daylight, but by 9 o'clock all ovl
denco of It was cone.
City Council mot tonight and elected
Councilman Craiir of the Third ward
Mayor pro torn., in tho absence of May
or Glasmann. The Streets committee
made a verbal report to the effect that
the street car company was laying Its
ti-acks on Wall avenue in such a manner
as to bo a menace to the use of the
street, and that a meeting had been
called for Wednesday to consider the
matter. The ordinance levying a special
tax of J-W.9&3.-19 In sewer district 19. and
similar ordinances carrying taxes of 310.
000 for tho paving of Grant avenuo. and
S0.959.5S for the curbing and guttering of
Twenty-third street woro passed. Pay
rolls amounting to $333n.2, bond Interest.
3512.23, and claims for 5131.63 were paid
Mrs. Agnes Myers presented a claim
for $2000 damages for personnl injuries,
alleged to have been received by reason
of a defective sidewalk. Tho first esti
mate, amounting to S7.09I.17 on sewor dis
trict No. 9. was ordered paid to Contrac
Manager Grant of tho Grand Opera
house has provided both a Boll and Home
telephone In the box office for the bene
fit of patrons who desire to reserve their
seals without the trouble of going to
Now theater at Utahna park opened
the season tonight, playing to two packed
AT THE HEaLT HCT2L.
tVhcn you come to Ogden, opposite h
Union depot. The celebrated Oatormoor
'rit triattresnca In every room. Sample
nmn R"H rnt In crnriHPtlnrt
i DRINK BSaSEi5aH5H5
, !DANHA S
NATURAL LITHIA WATER,
I "Maken everything Good." W
j F J Klescl & Co.. Ogden. W
IRIegcr & Llndley. Salt Lake. Dla- U
uur Uilrat Parlor. 2477 Washington avo.
If you wish to buy or woll a ticket
SEE J. C. BAKER. THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER Only momber of the
Guarantee Association In Ogden. 1S7 25th
et.. one block from tne Union depot. Tolo
fTW'Vh YOUNG, MIDDLB
2 H fl ES M V AGED AND ELDER
A H .Jfc ' S LY. If you are aoSZially
9 I i ro i t weak, no matter from
i & i I Kj h what causo; uudovel
not ft oped; havo ntrlcturc.
-t.sma j32t varicocele, otc, MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro you.
No drugs or electricity: 750.000 cured and
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
tree booklet Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Writo today, R. C. Emmet, SfiS Tabor
block, Dflnvor, Colo.
!J. W. CUBBIE, i
- W Jril Rruth. Knit ClfT j
MAN ADMITS THAT HE
ABDUCTED HIS CHILD
Soecial to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct 17. Ncls Hallard, the map
who kidnaped his child from Its mother
In Ogden a few days ago, communicated
with tho Sheriff last evening, admitting
tho kidnaping. He said tHat he did It In
order to make his wife come back to him
at his homo on the Provo Bench, and if
she did not he would sell out and go
nbroad with the child. It is thought that
the man la slightly demented and that
long brooding over his troubles has caused
him to abduct his child.
There was a fight in Uio Palace saloon
Saturday evening between Will Llndscy
and Earl Allen. In which the latter was
badly cut up. His 3calp was cut. in two
places and Dr. Slater had to make ton
or -twelve Btltches in order to closo the
wounds. Allen's nose was also badly cut.
The weapon used was a large, heavy beer
Each man Insists that the other struck
tho first blow. The two men had a similar
row about nine months ago.
Tony ZononI filed with tho County Re
corder this morning tho following mining
claims: The California lode. California
Nos. 1 to 4 and the Ida and Emma lodes,
situated in the American Fork mining dis
trict. R. E. Brandtner, aged 21. of Glenn's
Ferry, received a llconso to marry Clara
Rockhiils, aged 20. of Spanish Fork.
IL V. Warnock. the local agent of tho
Cummlngs Comml.-sslon company, has been
transferred to Logan. It Is understood
that the local office Is to bo closed.
Judge Samuel A. King left for Vernal
today, to be gono for a week or so.
Tho Lyceum Family Vaudeville theater
was opened lpst evening for business on
Academy c venue.
A flno baby girl has come to gladden
the home of Mr. and Airs. R. II. Sainsbury
Judgo John E. Booth admitted to citi
zenship this morning Henry Durand, a
native of Italy.
Th.e following judges 'of election were
appointed this morning for the coming
Alpine Ephraim Healev, D. C. Strong,
C. C. Hackett
American Fork No. 1 F. D. Casslty,
Neils Nelson, J. S. Wilde.
American Fork No. 2 James H. Dunk
ley. H. C. Johnson. J. W. Storrs.
American Fork No. 3 Norman Wing,
John Hunter, L. Hutchings.
American Fork No. -1 T. A. Shelly, W.
Chad wick. Jr.. B. Y. Greenwood.
Benjamin Thomas Herbert, David
Hone, Paul Ludlow.
Clinton C. L. WinWord, George Gard
ner. Henry Sargent
Colton Thomas Arrowsmlth, Orln El
mer, Mary Egan.
Cedar Fort John S. Hocking. Henry
Hacking J. P. Clark, Sr.
Fairfield W. C. Thomas. Andrew Park,
A. B. Cook.
Goshen John Roberts, Frank Rouse,
Highland James Brown, Edward Winn.
J. C. Orr.
Lehl No. 1 George Evans, William
RoL'o, John W. Coates.
Lehl No. 2 Mall W. Johnson, John Ed
wards. W. F. Gurney.
Lehl No. Sr-Ellsha Davis, Charles
Brown. Thomas Jones.
Lehi No. 4 Jonas Holdsworth, Chasler
Trane. Peter Schow.
Lake View Martin Clingcr, V. L. Bun
nell, Hans Olson.
Lake Shore Thomas Mcason, Joseph E
Aitkcns, Ell B. K. Ferguson.
Maploton G. F. Waterman, John B
Bromley. C. W. Houtz.
Provo No. 1 M H. Graham, R. c. Wat
kins. J. C. Anderson.
Provo Nd. 2 Hugh Clayton, W. J. Start
up. James Gray. ,
Provo No. 3 George T. Pacv, Jr., Sylvia
Homer, C A. Johnson.
Privo No. 1 Joel A. Johnson, J. J
Hickman, Amanda Young.
Provo No. 5 A. L, Booth. Newell
Kniirht. Bell Nelson.
Provo No. C S. H. Goodwin, J. E. Sny
der. Joshua Dunn.
Provo No. 7 Georgo Brokaw, EIslo E
Barrett, Jerry duff.
Provo No. S John Moore, Nels Johnson
T. E. Thurman.
Payson No. 1 Charles Hawkins John
J. Daniels. Jo3epli WIgnall.
Payson No. 2 Thomas Wright, Charles
H. White, C. S. Six.
Payson No. S-J. S. Page, Philo Wight
man, Karl Hulsh.
Pleasant Grove No. 1 Carl Ilensen, Al
bert Alpln. Mark Bezzant.
Pleasant Grove No. 2 N. K. Ncilson
Wllford Warnick. John Newman.
Provo Bench Joseph E. Booth, Mrs M
E. Kartchncr. William Nultall.
Sprlngvllle No. 1 T. A. Brown, J. p
Bnnghurst, O. B. Huntington. Jr.
Sprlngvllle No. 2-W. M. Kelsey, Carter
Hanford. G. E. Anderson.
Sprlngvllle No. 3 G. L. McKonzle. T. R.
Kolly. D. W. Bird.
Sprlngvllle No. 4 Jesse J. Strang. Ed
T. Palfreymnn, Joseph S. Hall.
Sprlngvllle Is'o. 5 Abnor Thorno. I. a.
Brown, Luella Haymond.
Salem Herman Snow, N. C. Chrlston
son. 7J. W. Tiffany.
Santiquln No. 1 Chester Lendstrom
Nelj Jaconsen, T B. Hcells, Sr. '
Santaquln No. 2 C. W. Johnson, Solo
mon Peterson, N. Whclson.
Spring Lake William Taylor, O. R
Thomas, W. Harper.
Spanish Fork No, 1 George Ellis, Trca
S. Dart, B. J. Johnson.
Spanish Fork No. 2 W. P. Bowen, Trca
K Lewis, Jr.. Benj, Isancs.
Spanish Fork No. 3 Lehl R. DavlB
John S- Thomas, David J. Evana. '
Spanish Fork No. -1 Walter T. Roach
Hans Larson. Oliver Swcnson. '
Manning D. M. Miller, G. A, Cullimore
Sneers Lawson. '
Mt Ncbo M. Millar. Martha Millar, Jo
Tucker E. B. Sanford, Frank L, Co
burn. Georgo Ballard.
Thistle David Cramor. John T. Wilcox,
John A. Race.
Vineyard William Blake, William Clocc
Pleasant View T. H. Cluff, John Brown.
G. C. Haws.
No friend to American parly should
permit this day to close until his name
is on the registration books.
Le Boll la the Provo agent for The Salt
Lake Tribune, at 176 West Center street
All business and deliveries nttendod to
personally. Insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persons wishing to
hove The Sunday Tribune only can hav
onpii' floivrH to their homes
Head About to Burst Prom. Sovero
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, I took a dose of them after sup
per and next day felt like a new man,
and have been feeling happy ever
since," savs Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff,
Texas. For biliousness, stomuch trou
bles and constipation theao Tablets
have no equal. Price 2fi conta. For
sale by all leadlngMruggists.
IMSf Were You Prepared ForTw! I
Mmm ormy Weather? I I
' Well, we have YOUR OVERCOAT HERE if you 1 I
if ''' ' PJcnty of styS to ?ecct from and as for pat- 1 I
iSteS" terns iust tae a lok Jt will convince you that th 1 H
-W ' Placc to BUY ,T ,s HERE- ' I I
I .ur-w. ' 1P The loog, medium and short coat the Pad- H
I J , dock and the Rain coat, all find a place in. our line. I II
1 Suits, $7.50 to $35.00 Overcoats,. $ 1 0.00 to $50.00 I , I
I SEASONABLE WS Y0UNG MEN'S CL0NG I H
1 UNDERWEAR. ESL. A SPECIALTY. I H
61, 63, 65 Main Sfarw. Wmmuhmmmd KB
IMPORTANT STR.Kc IN
AMERICAN FORK CANYON
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Oct. 17. An impor
tant strike has been made on the Wyo
ming leaso of tho old Miller Hill, in
American Fork canyon. The property for
somo time past has been operated by
Francis Tyng. son of George Tyng, who
has been operntlng the Kalamazoo mine.
At present they havo more than 200 tons
in sight of a good shipping grade, which
they aro preparing to move as fast as
can bo done. At present they aro ex
periencing somo difficulty In getting teams
enough to haul the ore from the canyon.
This strike Is the largest made in the
canyon of "late years.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren C. Green of Park
City are spending a week In American
Fork as the guests of Mrs. Green's moth
er, Mrs. C. Cartwrlght
Mrs, Sarah Robinson, who has spent
tho past month visiting her daughter. Mrs.
C. E. Chrlstensen. in Salt Lake City, re
turned home Saturday.
Tho Utah sugar factory is turning out
nn average of 1100 sacks per shift of
twelve hours, running so far this season
as high as 1C00 wicks in one shift.
Wlllard Chlpman camo homoi yesterday
from the Uintah reservation. 1
Mrs. Eliza Jackson left here yesterday
for Idaho Falls, Ida., where she will
spend tho winter.
An excursion will be run from Bing
ham canyon Tuesday evening, October IS,
to the Apollo at this place.
Register today. Last opportunity until
Nov. 1. May be too late then. Do it today.
MOTHER BEETS IN LEHI
Special to Tho Tribune
LEHI,' Oct. 17. E C Rlttue, a repre
sentative of the Agricultural, department
from Washington, is in Lehl siloing tho
single germ mother beets grown on tho
Saratoga farm. Tho beets were grown
from slnglo germ seed and havo done
excellently during tho season. The seeds
when plan tod this spring produced, with
few exceptions, but ono plant to each
seed. The ordinary seed when planted
produces several plants, all but ono of
which havo to bo pulled up.
It has been argued that tho slnglo
germ plants would not have tho strength
to push throuirh tho soil, and so nature
had provided that a bunch should come
a i onco to nolp each othor through. The
fact that those planted this spring camo
up singly disproves the necessity for a
multlplo germ seed and when tho specie
Is firmly established will mean a saving
of moro than a million dollnrs annually
to tho beet growers of America.
Mr. Rlttue also is experimenting with
tho storage of mother beets during tho
winter. Heretofore the Utah Sugar com
pany has lost from -10 to CO per cent of
Its mothor boots because unablo to regu
late tho temperature during the time
they were in the siloes. Mr. Rlttue has
discovered a plan, and last year, by Its
use. ho lost only 2 per cent of his beets,
and the 2 per cont was lost through rats.
His plan Is to put tho beets in long plies,
dig a tronch on each sldo for drain pur
poses and then cover tho beets with
straw, llnlshlng with a covering of soil.
Tho straw is carefully laid, so that the
ends of the straw aro at right angles
with tho trenches, much in the manner
that houses arc thatched In Ireland In
this way tho moisture as it rises is pre
cipitated on tho straw and runs down
the stems into tho trenches, kcoplng the
beets dry and preventing rot
This season the practical value of the
theory will bo demonstrated in tho Bear
River valloy and if successful will mean
a great Inipetus to the sugar beet seed
Industry of Utah.
Tho department Is also endeavoring to
find tho causo and euro of thu sugar beet
blight, known as "curly leaf." The bcols
altackel fall to grow larger than an inch
In diameter, and the loaves curl up. In
numerable libers grow on tho roots and
are covered with a white fungus. Many
farmers have thought the dlseaso was
caused by poor seed, but an examination
of the beet crop at Sallna, whero tho
blight is most severe, reveals the fact
that In different fields which havo been
planted from the same seed different re
sults have boon attained, ono patch Is
up to tho standard und another la a fail
ure Mr. RIttuo thinks tho blight Is caused
by climatic conditions. For instance, in
somo fields that were "watered up" tho
curly leaf was most pronounced, owing
to the fact that this spring most of tho
Sanpeto and Sevier boots were irrigated
before they camo up may bo found tho
reason for tho partial failure. lie will
conduct a series of experiments along
this line. Ho will also use some of tho
Infected beets as mother bcota and find
out whether like produces like, and thus
sottlo the question whethor a possible
reason may bo from Infected seed.
Baseball Chnmplonship. I
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. President Brush
of the New York National League Base
ball club has Informed President Pulllam
of tho National league that ho has de
cided to play tho champions of the Ameri
can league for the basoball championship
of tno world. It is planned to play tho
series next spring. '
ELECTiON JUJGES TO
ACT IN SUMMIT COUNTY
Special to Tho Tribune.
COALVILLE. Oct- 17. The County Com
missioners met Saturday afternoon and
appointed tho following Judges of election
to act at tho election In November;
Park City District No. 1, E. P. Evans,
John A. Johnson, W. E. Potts; No. 2,
Vernon Wilson. William Wostiield. G. W.
Morse; No. 3, E. D. Boyle. C. P. Shields,
R. E. Wright; No. I, C. R. Drake. F.
C. Thompson, Noblo McDonald; No. G,
D. J. Galllvan. Handy Hurley. Hugh Kel
ly; No. C. J. T. Fitzgerald, John Tnllon.
J. G. Jormston; No. 7, Thomas Hlnes,
Ben F. Lloyd, Douglas Moffct; No. S,
Thomas llenncs, John Brcecc, John Mc
Conaghy; No. 9, Charles McDonald,
Charles Greyland. Charles Vercoe.
Parley's Parle A. J. Cannon, W. J. Wa
bol. Woodland J. A. Knight, Lyman Glncs,
Georce O Ellis.
Kamas M. N. Pack. Alma Williams,
Marlon Brig Anderson. Peter Peterson,
Oakley Frank Maxwell, Samuel Brin
lon. Will Horton.
Pooa Stephen M. Wulker, Frank Mar
chanl. Oscar Wllkins. ,
Rockport James Vernon, John Horton,
Wanshln William Crook, B. Rlgby, J.
Hoytsvllle W. E. Crittenden, Alma L.
Sargent, A-lonzo Winters.
Coalville District No. 19, Joseph Barbor,
W. A. C. Vlsic, C. R. Jones; No. 20, Frank
RIppon, James Stones. Frank Croft: No.
21. Samuel Clark, Edward Sawley, Herbert
Upton John S. Saxton, Ed Stalcy.
Castle Rock Thomas E. Moore, James
Rces. J. S. Ball.
Echo Ernest Chaussc, A. R. Jones, A.
Henefer W. T Stephens, J. P. Stevens,
Grass Crek C. R. Hancock, Alex Fad
dies, Elijah Turner.
Pine Vlow John B. Kldd. G. Doming,
Francis William Prescott, Sr.; Henry
Atkinson. Oscar Eskelson.
The Coalville Sunday-school was re
organized yesterday. G. Y. Bullock, J.
H. Salmon and P. H. Neclcy, the former
superintendent resigned and tho follow
ing were appointed:. C. R. Jones, super
intendent; Joseph E. Ress and I. M, Shaw,
assistants; Mamie Walkor, secretary arid
The first snowstorm of the season struck
here last night.
Register and have your friends regis
ter today. Is'o one may vole who does
not register anew this year. Old regis
trations are void.
Express Agent Receives Promotion.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. 17. A change will be
made ono day this week in tho agency of
tho Wells-Fargo Express company nt this
place. W. J. Burch. who has been agent
hero for nearly a year past, will bo trans
ferred to Grand Junction, Colo., which
transfer Is In the nature of a promotion.
Rlr. Burch has proved himself a very effi
cient agent, and his removal will be re
gretted by a great many Park City resi
dents. It has not yet been determined
who will take his place.
J. A. Howells left yesterday for a trip
to tho St Louis fair, and from there ho
will go on to ids old homo in Pennsyl
vania, whero ho will visit for sovcral
Mrs. Froemnn and daughter, Miss Wini
fred, returned to Salt Lake yesterday,
after a short visit with friends In tho
Charles Heath received word yestorday
of the death of his wife's father in
Nashua, la. Mrs. Heath Is at present
visiting In Nashua and was to havo re
turned to Park today.
a a a
The funeral . of the lato Mrs. Dennis
Shay will bo held from tho Catholic
church tomorrow afternoon at 2:3") o'clock.
Tomorrow is registration day again, and
attention Is again called to the fact that
there la to be an entire now registration
this year. Unless you register you cannot
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sutton arrived home
this morning from a month's trip In the
East Whllo away they visited St Louis,
Washington, New York, Boston and other
places of Interest.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Oct 17 Today's state
ment of tho trcnaury balances in tho gen
et al fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
reserve in tho division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balances, $14y,300,
313; gold, $75.I2(?,S53.
A Pill in Time
will save a serious sickness, especially
to people subject to Bilious attacks.
Side Headaches or who suffer from
Stomach disorders. A pill in need is a
.Viend indeed, and you should never
be without a box of
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c, awl iJc
LOW RATES EAST. II
Via Denver & Rio Grande. HI
St. Louis and return, $42.50' Hfl
Chicago and return 547.60 H
ChIcago,and return via St Louis. .J47.C0 HI
St. Louis and return via Chicago. .?4S.75 III
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and Dl
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit H
limit ten daya in each direction. Stop- IS
overs allowed. Through eleepera to St Mil
Louis without change Choice of routes. nil
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIQAES ill
Sold strictly on their merit Whit- Mill
aker &. Dallas, manufacturers. Hll
Teachers Succumb to Injuries. PJ I
DENVER Oct 17.-David C. Ring and il
Miss Vera Dawson, teachers in the East Elf
Denver high school, died today from in- M I
juries received in a coaching accident at f
Guns for Battleship Colorado. fif
NEW ORK, oct ii. i ue new battle- 111 I
ship Colorado. which was recentlv Di H
launched at Philadelphia, today arrived
at the New York navy yard, where her IE I
guns will bo mounted. IP I
TEA -' I
We drink it for drink; for I
the taste, for the after glow,:
a.good deal of taste and lone- I
time glow for the money. 'I
Vbur j;roctr relurra your money if you donl Iftci fjl
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The sale on fine patterns is 1 IhiI
116 SOUTH M1AIN" STBEET. J ill
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Dog's Fjead Bottling . 11
Means all that tho name lim- j lllll
t plies. It is six years old when it j fUHI
I is bottled but it doesn't get I IflfiiH
much older after reaching- us . llfll
there aro to many people who 1 111 11
want it. The .price is 50 cents fjlffl
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T TNION ASSAY OFFICE, W(U
U i. s. 1IANAUER, Manager. IffilH
Removed to 152 South tV. Temple. VBll
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS, Ffjjl
will receive prompt attention. . Analytical ftijrH
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