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i-,ffsD-VESDAY MOBsrao, NOVEMBER a, im, TBDG SALT LAKE TRIBUTE, sage eleven '
nerican Proposal Has
le Takes Pains to Avoid
Appearance of Desire
Response Has Yet Been Made, but
Fxssift Will Decllno to Parti
FrTERSBURG. Nov. S Foreign
,wU,,8iirlt has received through
d'Affalrcs- Eddy, tho American
ror .1 second peace conference at
Strut, to proceed with the work be
h 159. c?Peclall relating lo tho
sand'outirs of ncutrafs and other
j-j like the bombardment of unde
1 cjist towr.s. k ft undecided by tho
,zoi, it is understood, takes jialns
od tho clearance of desiring to
i tho susceptibilities of Russia, the
, o the I nltcd Stales having been
-.cdbv the Initiative of the St. Louis
No Eesponse Made.
it- nse las vet been made, but
. i,ni. Mson to believe that nl-
&-;! Russia cannot show offense at the
A iS-IUoa from the United States at this
1 ST'wsrauch as tho United States was
erifll ."Slh- at trar with Spain when Emperor
iIis proposed the original conference.
i'?T dcMnc to participate ho long
i fa Conference Will Bo Profitable.
t! U the Foreign office the opinion has
i2 thai a conference after the war
tJ inU t profltablp. enabling tho powers
buiwupon many vexed problems, but
.j1 -iiit It Is Impossible for Russia to par
SSJ! ifcwte during the war In a conference
?. !iba tendencies will be to limit the ac-
raJ 'Srttr of belligerents and In which qucs
to with a bearing upon the present
It" are SJrc to conlc up for c1,scua"
san ' Czar Goes to Vilua.
"rte Emperor left St. Petersburg this at
l 'taxn for Vilna and Poland to bid farc
in ?tfl t tho troops. He will be gone a
' -Sr "A Wl paper prints a letter reviewing
f 4 TOvagtf of the second Pacific squad-'.-ah
which the statement Is made that
,tirrt tot pilo boats, seemingly on hostile
Unl, b!nt were seen off the Spanish coast
r .fears' a night In October.
.Euslau Front Sixty-Six Miles Long-.
.$ Ml'KDEN' Nov. S. Lieut. -Gen. Llne
') rjt-rb. rw ntlv appointed to the command
J iIT"f First army, arrived today by spe
lt! thl trrln, and was met by Gen. Sakha
ji r& 11 was enthusiastically received, by
jT , d ihe troops. His escort consisted en-
i'iy of men who had been decorated
.-ek tititheSt George's cross. Gen. Llne
vi w'u assume command immediately,
j j jl'Rns lan front extends slxty-slv miles,
eifi Wtiwas broken the morning of Novem
i(S kf'bya Russian cannonade of an Inton
es lb.it has had no parallel In weeks.
-1 iwre Is no sign yet of a Japanese ad-
3t Jifanese Assumed the Offensive,
tfti (ST PETERSBURG. Nov. S.-Gen. Sak
hjI .- reports that the Japanese van
it ""I? as-sumed the offensive on Novcm
jdi w ' along the line from Changtan to
itfi -wjid, and occupied the villages of
iS. Kltaltse and Paouslntung.
VTfi however, the Russians afterward
1 " S tl ,hc, reoccupylng tho original
There was no fighting today.
1 !k I
INGRESS AT PORT ARTHUR.
Wese OpcraUons Atc Proceeding
in Satisfactory Manner.
.l7T"KI0, Nov. 8. UnoHlcIal news re-
tjved frooi Pot Arthur since Satur
MPfi report of the progress made by
nftBl'escre indicates that the Japa
kwt ?rat'os are proceeding sntls
fl,?'' thoueh sowly. Limestone
2MrVhTilon8 ana rockv ground Interfere
AlVKinow t0sldered that the capture
f IK1! mo"ntaln and East Kekwan
WilSn ,wit"0"t Antse and Else
uWbS.hr. 18 not sufficient to force the
MWjfsaans to abandon the city proper.
Ij, Strengthening Positions.
ti??10' To S.-Reports from the
Z 1 I 8tngthDnlns their positions
ft nr . ver aud are otherwise bus
ftS. 1,12 for a,1the- great battle,
tan-1 ?re C0"Htsmtly In touch and
ttoiu Ul.?.ost skIrf"'shes occur, but
&,,r.nVlk",n,00fl oC 0 eeneral en
' Zu tw the Present.
nmiCCmin of Russian troops.
riMnn- nt nDll,s 'ire consUtntly ar-tertii1-"
front- ni,l8 Oio gaps
o'nrirThlng 108303 aL ie
lii0i anakhe rlvpr.
of Sallshuryfnld., Speak!
krJ,or Wunyon's Paw-Paw.
r of i&)!aP.,aharoon' tho popular
hotriiy ""ry. who Is spoken oC
ikaJ honor? SSSne.c,t,on Buberna
0r3' 2aya that Munyon's lJaw-
I1 in .Y Tonic cured hlni
.t ncutc stomach trou
.JWTSi 0 wlllch had resulted
t&i&iSWiKx. i a generally run
i'5iH?vt5S.down condition, and
; a?Ss'nia,l(5 Mm rcel llko a
I SWVvTnc"w man."
' Wfl friend It will do tho
U Jrt C!UUe for l'ou
ifRTrTpW ,lf yu havo dyspep
yuiyiiMM El'i try It.
KrmT7ttfSj r "jou aro nervous
BLffflVvTriii ?r . nt cilccp woll.
f , fl l7 it.
VvaI Hi 1 w,'l auroly euro all
SJ jVs. ble3 3t0InrtCn trou
(wlA .Munyon'a Remedies
rr"K- - n "Parato cure for
i f.ach disease cost but
Bliv. -ii.' buL thCiV roprc-
RS?cl and akin S.V thc advanced
fS? the c "nlr, nS. Kraatcst medical
PS?,5J body or No llced t0 auffr
n."rncui9frc2.3 01 'nd 1 you
K,n4dV9Uil1 ",a12cl 3aP la the pur
l Mrtt, " will muko the O'n aolt
PARKER CASTS HIS BALLOT.
Given Cordial Welcome by Neighbors
When He Reaches Polls.
KINGSTON. N. Y.. Nov. S.-Judge Par
ker slopt later today than ho had in many
months. It was after 8 o'clock when he
uroso. AVIth his secretary, Mr. McCaus
lard, ho drove to Kingston, where they
.east their ballots. Thc weather was per
fect. Judgo Parker drove up to the old pot
tery on Green Kiln avenue, tho voting
place of thc Third district of thc Eighth
ward, at 10:40 o'clock. A crowd of King
ston neighbors had asumblert to welcome
him nnd he was received with cheers.
As the JudK0 .stepped from his wagon
Ralph Flnnegan. a six-year-old boy. was
the llr.st to shake hands with the candl
, 1,1 none yu will ho elected." ho
told tho Judce.
"Thank you." thc Judge replied, with a
laugh. "nu are a great boy."
Several friends claimed tho Judge's at
tention and ho was compelled to hold a
brief inlormal reception before ho could
reach the voting place. Tho Judgo re
mained In tho booth half a minute. He
came out nnd handed his folded ballot to
a clerk, who deposited It and announced
Alton Brooks Parker votes ballot 117."
Ihcn there waa a Hash and several pho
tographers obtained pictures as tho
Judge's ballot was dropped Into tho box
More cheers followed. The Judge Inquired
If a flashlight wero necessary on so flno
a day. He shook hands with the police
man on duty nt the door nnd walked out.
After conversing with friends for a mo
ment, he drove up town to give his secre
tary, Mr. McCausland, an opportunity to
Later the Judge went to thc office of
1:1s dentist to keep an annual appoint
ment. He makes a practice of having his
teeth examined at least once each vear,
and In order that ho shall not forget, al
ways goes on election day after castlnsr
WHERE CLEVELAND VOTED.
Cast His Bnllot in Pirst District of
PRINCETON, N. J.. Nov. S. Former
President Grover Cleveland voted at tho
First district polling place. When ho ap
peared tho long line gave way and al
lowed him to enter at once. The cx-Pres-Ident
came out of the booth and after a
few words with a friend sauntered back to
Westlands. Mrs. Cleveland herself Is
much Interested In tho outcome of the
Presidential contest and made arrange
ments today to have the returns delivered
at hor homo, where a number of friends
will bo on hand to receive tho news this
200 Paimbouillet Rams.
For sale cheap. They are large, heavy
fleeced and bred for range service. Come
and see them or write for prices.
INTERMOUNTAIN SHEEP CO.
Room 305 Eccles Building, Ogden,
Utah. P. O. Box US.
PELTED WITH MISSILES.
Pormer Minister to Liberia in Trouble
In New York.
NEW YORK, Nov. S. Negroes hi
One Hundred and Thirty-fourth street
attacked a truck from which James R.
Spurgeon, a former Minister to Liberia,
was haranguing the crowd In support
of a Democratic Congressional nominee.
The crowd, incenseet by me remark
of the ex-diplomat, pelted him with va
rious missiles, and finally set fire to the
bunting with which the truck was dec
orated. Flames shot up all around the
speaker and those on the truck with
him, and they beat a hasty retreat.
Police reserves had to be called out,
and night fllcka frequently used at an
Interval of an hour and a half before
the negroes were persuaded to go to
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Sought
TERMS OFFERED RUSSIANS.
Japanese Have Made Proposition to
Russians at Port Arthur.
CHEFOO, Nov. S. Tho Japanese be
sieging Port Arthur, Ignoring Lleut.-Gcn.
Sloessel, the commander of tho Russian
military forces there, have offored terms
of suri-ender to the Russian soldiers, ac
cording lo a dispatch leaving Port Dalny
yesterday. In the meanwhile the ceiisc
h;as activity of picks and spades con
tinues. The Japanese are gradually ad
vancing In tho trenches, which spells In
exorable fate to the watching Russians.
EXCURSIONS EAS T
Via. Oregon Short Line..
St. Ixul8 and return ?42.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48 75
Through Pullman i'leepcra via Union
Pacific and "Wabash lines.
Tickets on fale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
CJtv Ticket Office 201 Main St.
Tiring About Mukden.
MUKDEN, via Peking, Nov. S. Artil
lery firing was continuous all along the
lines on Monday, and Intermittent thlo
morning. A battle might commence at
It Avlll he a question of ninny days, if
not weeks, to decide tho position, which
is the most Interesting since the com
mencement of the war. Each side Jp
waiting for the other to attack.
Transferred to Battleship.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. S. Several
hundred landsmen and apprentices who
have been given a good training during
a cruise of the Buffalo lo Alaska and thc
Islands of inld-Paclllc hove been trans
ferred to the battleship Ohio, lying In the
stream off the Union Iron works. The
now battleship Is now well supplied with
men and ready for any emergency.
Will Reopen Their Plants.
FALL RIVER. Mass.. Nov. 8. The col
ton manufacturers of Mils city, whose
mills have been Idlo since July on account
of a Btrlko of their employees over a 12
per cent reduction In wugos, today voted
to open their plants to such operatives as
desired to resuino work under the reduc
, Capt. McGrath Passes Away.
CHICAGO, Nov. S. Capt. Maurico J.
McGrath, for many years supcrlntendmit
of malls at thc Chicago poHtofllcu, died
loduv, aged 07 years. Capt. McGrath had
a iiallant record in. the Civil wur.
KILLED AT k
Ope Man Is Two
One Is Fatally Wounded and
May Die at Any
Tragedy Tnkes Place at Goldfield,
Colo., the Result of Election
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., Nov. S. Three
men wcro shot In this district" today as
a result of election quarrels. One of them
Is dead, another mortally wounded and
tho third seriously Injured.
Tho dead man Is Christopher Miller, a
former Alderman of. Goldfield nnd a dep
uty sheriff under Sheriff Robertson prior
to thai official's forced resignation nftcr
the Independence explosion and tho Vic
tor riot. Miller was shot whllo sitting on
a fenco in front of a Goldfield polling
One Man Mortally Hurt.
Isaac Lebo. a friend of Miller, who
was also sitting on the fence, was shot
in the shoulder, a second later. Ho may
die at any minute. Lebo claims that
James Wnrford shot him. Miller. Just
before ho died, said that Thomas Brown
fired the.. bullet which caused his death.
Some spectators say that AVarford fired
Causo of Tragedy.
Brown and "Warford are deputy sher
iffs. They ordered Miller and- Lebo. who
had been appointed election constables.
,lo movc "-'n and remnln outsldo of tho
100-foot limit. Miller, who was a constn
ble of election, refused to obey the order,
and. It Is said, made- a motion as If to
draw his revolver. The officers also
claim that Lebo started to draw a re
volver beforo ho wa shot. Miller and
Iebo were members of the Western Fed
eration of Miners. Miller was deported
Inst June, but recently returned.
Deputy Sheriff Shot.
Edward Doyle, a Republican deputy,
was shot In tho groin by Constable
p'Leary after ho had assaulted Mrs.
Kennedy, a Democratic Judge of elec
tion, and attempted to shoot the con
stable, who Interfered.
Severnl Ax-rests Made.
Ward f on! mid O'Leary were arrested.
Mrs. Kennedy was also arrested ihls af
ternoon, on an order from Sheriff Bell,
who charged her with creating a dis
turbance. She was subsequently re
leased, but was not permitted to serve
longer as a Judge.
H. F. Williams, tho carpenter, makes
or repairs anything in woodwork. 71
South State. Bell 2145-K; Ind.. 24L
DIE IN EXPLOSION.
One Man Killed, One Patally Wound
ed, Pour Others Hurt.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. Nov. K By
the explosion of a' boiler here today thc
plant of the Kemp Furniture company,
with contents valued at $125,000, waa prac
tically destroyed, one employee killed and
five others Injured, one fatally. Green
Nichols was killed. Thomas Breddwolser
was fatally hurt and four others wero
more or less seriously hurt.
Circular Work a Specialty.
Sopha L. Berry, stenographer and
typewriter, 416-Atlas block.
LITTLE ONES IN PERIL.
Number Rescued With ' Difficulty
LEAD, S. D.. Nov. S. Flro that started
In the Hearst free kindergarten today
caused a small panic among tho children
of tho institution, which, together with
the Episcopal church adjoining, wns en
tirely destroyed. The pupils were removod
with difficulty. Loss. $10,000.
Not Aware Brother's Disappearance.
" ST. LOUIS. Nov 8. Henry A. Clover, a
brother and law partner of Ashley C.
Clover of St. Louis, who Is said to have
disappeared while In New York on busi
ness, declares that his brother Is due to
nrrivo In St. Louis tonight and that he
lias not received any word from New
Now York regarding the alleged disap
pearance of his brother.
Columbia Sails for Pensacola.
WASHINGTON. Nov. S. Tho cruiser
Columbia, having completed Its equip
ment at New York, has sailed for Pen
sacola, Fla., to await tho arrival of Sec
retary Taft and parly, who are to mako
the trip from there to Colon to carry the
President's message of peaco and good
will to President Amador and the people
I Pioneer of Washington Is Dead.
EVERETT. Wash., Nov. 8.-F. II. Mul
ford. deputy collector of customs and n
pioneer of Even-tt. died this morning, of
npople.w. :ij;ed 5.1.
AN OBJECT LESSON
In a Restaurant.
A physician puts tho query: Have you
never noticed in any largo restaurant at
lunch or dinner time the large number
of hearty, vigorous old men at the tables;
men whose ages run from sixty to eighty
years; many of them bald and all perhaps
gray, but none of them feeble or senile?
Perhaps the spectablo Is so common as
to havo escaped your observation or com
ment, but nevertheless It Is un object lea
son which means something.
If you will notice what these hearty old
fellows are eating, you will observe that
they aro not munching bran crackers iKr
gingerly picking their way through a
menu card of new fanglcd health foods;
on th contrary they seein to prefer a
Juicy roast of beef, a properly turned loin
of mutton, and even Ihe deadly broiled
lobster Is not altogether Ignored.
Thc point of all this Is thai a vigor
ous old ago depends upon good digestion
and plenty of wholesome food nnd not
upon dieting and an endeavor lo live upon
There Is a certain class of food cranks
who seem to believe that meat, coffee and
mnny other good things are rank poisons,
but those cadaverous sickly looking Indi
viduals are a walking condemnation of
their own theories.
Tho matter In a nutshell Is that if the
stornnch secretes the natural dlgostlvo
Juices In sufficient quantity, any whole
some food will be promptly digested; If
the stomach does not do so, nnd certain
foods causo distress, one or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after each
meal will removo all difficulty, because
they supply Just what every weak stom
ach lacks, pepsin, hydro-chloric acid, dias
tase and nux.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not aet
upon the bowels and In fact are not
strictly a medicine, as they act almost
entirely upon tho food eaten, digesting It
thoroughly and thus giving the stomach
a much needed rest and an appetite for
tho next meal.
Of people who travel, nlno out of ten
use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, knowing
them to be perfectly safe to use at any
time and also having found out by ex
perience thai they are a safeguard against
Indigestion In any form, and eating as
thoy havo to, at all hours nnd all kinds
of food, the traveling public for years
have pinned their faith to Stuart's Tab
All druggists sell 'them at GO cents for
full-elzed packages and any druggist from
Maine to California. If his opinion woiv
asked, will say that Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Is tho most popular and success
ful remedy for any stomach trouble.
Via Oregon Short Line and Union
St. Louis and return 542.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays.
See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Office. 201 Main St.
ROCK SPRINGS "PEACOCK" COAL.
Contral Coal and Coke Company.
Now at permanent location. 'Phone 2C00:
38 So. Main St.
"At the sign of the Peacock."
TAFT TO SAIL SOON.
Will Depart for Panama on Next
CINCINNATI. Nov. S.-Secrelary of
War William II. Taft was here today to
cast his ballot, and returned to Wash
ington. He stated that he would sail for
Panama ono week from today, and hope'd
to assure tho Panama Government that
the United States docs not expect lo use
its concession in Panama In a way to
causo loss of revenue to that Govern
ment nor to Its Inhabitants.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
Engineers' Strike Off.
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Nov. S.-In an or
der Issued today, Mack Taylor, president
of the hoisting engineers' union of Illi
nois, declared thc strike of the hoisting
engineers off In obedience to a referen
dum vote, which resulted: 750 to 315 In fa
vor of returning to work. Tho question of
Joining the United Mlno Workers ot
America will bo v.ibmilicd to a referen
dum vote but thoro Is Utile doubt that
the engineers will decldo to Join tho larg
er organization. Tho engineers return to
work at a scale of 5' per cent less than
what thoy received last year. None of
them will bo discriminated agnlust by
the operators because of bavin? struck
Mlr.es will probably reopen on Wednesday.
Will Return to United States.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. S.-Capt. Carl
Relchmann and Lieut. -Col. Walter S.
Schuyler, the United States military at
taches with Gen. Kuropatkln's army, are
returning to tho United States, having
been recalled by the War department.
Stanislaus Gutoroskl, a secretary of the
Russian Embassy at Wjushlnglon, Is here
for a few days on special business for
Tennessee Farmer Killed.
NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Nov. S. Dick
Walton, a farmer and a Democrat, has
been shot and killed at his homo In
Claiborne county. IIo attended a po
litical meeting recently and, it Is said,
threatened several persons.
Four Persons Cremated.
HOUSTON, Tex.. Nov. 8. -The Sliver
Queen holel In thc Sour Lake oil fields,
was destroyed by lire today antl four
persons burned to death. Two others were
probably fatally burned.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 8. Today's state
ment of tho treasury balances In tho
general fund, exclusive of JlCO.tOO.OOO gold
reserve In the division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balance, $115,654,107;
San Francisco Reaches Sues.
SUEZ. Nov. S The United States
cruiser San Francisco arrived here today.
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Kif P H c3 1 bending over the cradle. The ordeal through .
PI f tl n which the expectant mother must pass, how
af 1 27 sS2 cvcr is so ft'll f danger and suffering that(
she looks forward to the hour when she shall
feel thc exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
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Temple. Salt Lako City. Utah.
- JPM' notice. m
m rv Wo havo Just ro- OA
Kl celved a paper of If
Ul unmounted diamonds that wo can L .
Rj sell at unusually low prices, in ffl
re flnc3t quality, which wo will do. m
ffi Pleaso -.all and loo'.: at them at fl "
fc once, as they wLH move fast Man- m
g ufacture all kinds of special do- fl .
K fllgna to order. Make over old Jnw-
elry Into up-to-date doslgns or ex- Ej
f, chango for new. or buy your old ft
a So. Main St. jj
fheSt." Nicholas Hotel
Is now open. European rates, 7G cenls
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over F. J,
Hill Druir Co.
Wo have savings doposllors from Bath. j I
Maine, to Pae'tlc Grove. California. Tho , '
n,an In the picture will open one when i!
he reaehos shore. Ho onn do it by mall. f' ),
AVrlto for circular.
UTAH COTiIMEIICTAIj & SAVINGS
-JI E Fh-st South St. Salt Lake. j!
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rawji Ifl'tTorot ensca or CJoooi-pfaoa H
M Siv JRUil GlccJ, no mattor of how i; H
Itffl&'Z- loan nundinc Abeolntol7 ''
Tv-WMSS' harnilnM. bold by droggttt.. , H
iii; A,l Prlco fl.fO, or br mall, roft- I U'
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