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X gAY MORyiyO, DECEMBER 18, 1J0, gAliT AICE TKIDUGNE. PAGE FIVE jjH
g$ Slown ly
gained Discipline While
Vessel Was Swept by
jy Estiinnted in Value at
, $250,000 Destroyed in tho
V YORK. Dec. 17. By the burn
t the Starln line steamship Glen
In Long Island sound today nine
' e 09t and property roughly es
licd at a quarter of a million dol-
tts destroyed. -ai
more lives were not sacrificed
..rtojbtcdly due to the personal
Srftfc oraceraof the crew and
mcilent discipline maintained when
S death for all seemed almost
S , When the steamship was
ohe was llame-swept from
; U steal and yet the only persons
their Uvea were those whose
V&A been entirely cut off by the
tJ'-'e the alarm reached them,
tie tblrtv-one persons. Including
Uictncers, who sailed away on the
aWacdlast night, twenty-two, ln
Itf eight passengers, were brought
tG?en Island left her dock here last
It for Ktw Haven The trip down
jab the sound was without incident.
-It midnight, when three miles west
Irteawich. Conn . there came a rush
itlfllns smoke from the hold, and
ry electric light on board the craft
Steamship Gear Blocked,
iftala McAllister sent In the alarm
drill and the men came tumbling
of their bunks. In the meantime the
rfcj gear had been blocked and the
is, finding themselves unable to di
fte ccsr of the steamer, hurried
he assistance of the other members
uciew In savjng lives,
iftaln McAllister ordered Pilot Mc
Ha to go to the hurricane deck and
fa ose of the boats, while he went
he main deck and tried to loosen the
Urge life boats.
ijliln McAllister managed to loosen
pert life boat. The other life boat
i frozen to the decks, but a smaller
ns soon ready to be lowered away.
IS the officers and crew were
tes there was a scene of confusion
tit the ten passengers. They ran
lithe saloons In disarray,
man who lost her life had been
Kd by the stewardess and was on
ir to one of the boats when she
fair turned and dashed back Into
fcnea In the cabin It Is supposed
file went back for her valuables.
?as cot Men again, and must have
lye0Bno possibility of waiting for
rtaue of those who failed to appear
( Got Away In Boats,
i the large boat fifteen people were
They Included the eight rescued
Kltra and seven of the crew, ln
!1ej the captain.
kt mailer boat, which Pilot McMul
;tJd rknaged to sat free, carried
k two boats were rowed as far away
ra5 tie burning steamer as was neees
jWt" destruction, and waited
IV&d watched the boat burn- They
B.evcrr Possible effort to find any
survivors, but there was none
W r-d where the fire originated la
Wgffr. but it is believed to have
Jw in a dynamo located below and
Wttecenttr of the vessel. Nearly all
tPstoeer? were In their berths,
P f vessel suddenly became filled
1?5 noke and the lights went
n?, WIy laden was lhe second
KSe. tnrcatencd every moment
Rl?5j?u,,jr came the rescue and
" w clo as possible, but nothing
K cn lv.hopo. for savlnB thern was
il,T,h0" n the life boats were
MS n n,1uthc tuZ hended for
lT,?" the way she met the
Kir:Uf!uCornln ais f the
ml to thft rescued were trnns
Kw,"1. vessel They reached the
mSJ? I 'cIock this morn-
RXurU d nervous ah0ck
K El-Luck of Craft.
Mm or S? r Ma-Q instructed from
K wr5ou5.C,ly C ,clunond. The
R. Sr L tc,,0"Bh. also was
Ski hte??Stcned wiuam C. Eg
KSn fwIrcirnc(1 Glen Island.
& the Srn TA1,!8lCr' Wh COnl-
u5d6iSMil8,an.d' eMapcd w'th
H . n63' ,tr0UGcrs and an
V Including arly everythlhg he
He e Tney- Jewcl T and
iftutVthfVMate Lareen' the
inkoat Thin S fonvard Part of the
UrS ,i,C was of,: Captain's
to attLn,a1way wh'ch It was
toe, ine entire vessel was
ifiE'tu' deckhands and
fclath7n2MCknEJJn' wbo perished.
l?La,e w!SS!Bf0Uld I?1 escape
.Wssengers ,ver them. The
fheK?a ded were
BLU 13 bupmsm LVora renched the
to iriH. " b"rned to death.
R44 are Htud??.ed Street who were
Way,, at hne V IIaven for
BtH.Wv?1. HEBREW WOMAN.
nfeifeSu 0t m Haml't
RsY-r WAN' a,lpposed to bo
M pai,cngra rescued were Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick B. Street, New Jlavon
and their two daughters; Max Levin, New
ork Nathan Dttbln. New Havon; Arthur
WjiIIhco, Walllngford, Conn
t, w-aa reported lato tonight that tho
hulk of the Glen island is now resting on
tho bottom at tho cntranco to Hempstead
harbor with only her smokestack vislblo
and that boats surround tho sunken ves
sel on tho lookout for the bodies of the
Strange Disappearance of Wealthy
Manufacturer of Philadelphia.
NEW YORK, Dec, lT.'-Men promi
nent In Irish organizations here have
been Informed of the strange disappear
ance of the wealthy woolen goods man
ufacturer, Owen Kelly of Philadelphia.
Kelly was one of the foremost support
en? of John E. Redmond and the Irish
National league in this country. It is
said he was last seen October 25 at a
meeting of the Continental Trust com
pany of which he Is a director ln Phil
adelphia. It is stated that he led the
element of the ClanNa Gael ln Phila
delphia which took up the Redmond
land scheme for Ireland two years ago.
A feud followed which was carried into
the last convention of the Ancient Or
der of Hibernians.
Search for Kelly has been very quiet,
his disappearance being known to few
persons. Police and other means have
failed io find trace of him, and for some
reason which none would disclose, there
seems to be ground to believe that
knowledge of his fata Is to be found ln
that city It was his custom to come
here twice weekly on business.
Kelly Is 53 years of age, five feet ten
Inches in height, and weighs 190 pounds.
TWO BOY INCENDIARIES.
Confess to Arson in' Caso of Forty
Fires in Two Iilonths.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. A confession
made by two boys arrested on suspicion
of arson has cleared up the mystery
surrounding a scries of some forty fires
of undoubted Incendiary origin In the
park slope section of Brooklyn. The
fires have all occurred within the last
There has been no loss of llfo but
there were many narrow escapes, and
the property loss has reached many
thousands of dollars. The section Is one
of the most exclusive in Brooklyn and
Its residents 9have been panic-stricken
ever since the fires began.
On "Wednesday the last fire of the
series occurred and when tho engines
arrived a IaQ enthusiastically remarked
to the battalion chief that "it was
grand." The boy was watched and his
arrest, with that of his companion, re
sulted. They confessed that they set
the fires because they "wanted to see
the engines work." Their confession
Implicates three other lads.
INDIANS AND WHITES DANCE.
Unique Showing- Made at Opening of
Fort Hall Training School.
Special to The Tribune.
ROSS FORK. Ida., Dec. 17. The formal
oncninff of tho Fort Hall Indian training
school this evening was the occasion of a
reception and dance, given by Indian
Agent Caldwell, ' which was the largest
social function Ross Fork has ever known
Tho several hundred invitations which
were Issued to representative people of Po
catello and Blackfoot wero almost univer
sally accepted. Tho larger Indian pupils
participated, dancing with white partners.
The affair ended by a very tastefully ar
General Superintendent of Irrigation
Gcorgo Butler today finished tho sur
vey of a ditch to be built by the Govern
ment, extending from the end of the Ida
ho canal, that will put several thousand
acres of land under cultivation and fur
nish water for the farm for the new In
dian industrial training school, just for
mally opened here
Almost Panic in Orphan Asylum.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Fifteen hundred
children of all ares wero aroused from
sloop by an alarm of flro In the Hebrew
Orphan asylum. In Amsterdam avenue,
before dayllcht today, and marched in
eofely from the building. They performed
their flro drill precisely as they had beon
trained. The teachers and older boys
composing tho fire brigade then attacked
tho blazo and quickly extinguished it.
About Ten Cents on Dollar.
PENDLETON. Or.. Dec. 17. Tho final
report of the trustcn In bankruptcy of
C B. Wade, former cashier of the First
National bank, who failed for 1SCO.000. was
filed today. Tho hearing Is tKt for Jan
uary 2. Tho creditors will reallzo about
10 cents on the dollar.
Bright's Disease and
SAN FRANCISCO, DEC. 12, 1904.
To F. J. Hill Drug Company.
Dear Sirs: As agents for the Ful
ton Compounds in Salt Lake there are
some facts in tho Call office in this
City that should interest you and tho
editor of The Tribune as well as news
paper mon generally. "We copy now
from a letter from Clifford House of
"That Bright's Disease and Diabetes
are now curable It is well within the
province of some of us in tho Call of
fice to know that it is true. Mr. Ed
ward Short of this department, al
though given up by his physicians as
a victim of Diabetes, got well. Tho
mother of one of the editorial staff
has also recoverod from Diabetes. This
was so conclusive that I told a friend,
in Duluth, Minn., who lias Bright's
Disease. He recovered."
"We will also add that ex-Supreme
Judge Bigelow, in the Call building,
is a late recovery.
Kindly call this importanat discov
ery to the attention of your people.
Pamphlets herewith for all who ask.
Yours very truly,
The John J. Fulton Co.
When to suspect Bright's Disease
weakness without cause: pufTy ankles,
hands or cvollds; Itldnoy trouble after the
third month, urine may show sediment;
falling vision: drowalness; one or more
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Affts.
Eh He IPO fKJIlll WasSlSiHgtBl5 ia C.
Cured by DR. BULL'S STROP.
"I have used Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup at different timeg during tho
past fow years, and can unhesitat
ingly recommend it to any ono
suffering with coughs, colds and
Kindred troubles." E. It PUTNAM,
Supt'3 Office, V. S. Treasury Dept.,
Washington, D. C.
Thousands of Prominent Men Tes
tify to tho Remnrkahlo Efficacy
of thb Famous Remedy.
Loso no time vrhon you have con
tracted a cold or cough, bronchitis,
grippe, oto. Tho90 are the forerun
ners of pneumonia, asthma and con
sumption. Get a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup at once, and cure your
self oef ore these malignant affec
tions take hold of your throat and
lungs and become incurable. No
other remedy is capable of porform
inff so mnrvelously thorough cures
as JDr. Bull's Cougn Syrup.
"I had "bronchitis and grip every
year until I began using Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup -which cured me after
two doctors failed. Now I know tho
value of this remedy, and keep it on
hand always to break up cougns and
colds at once. It will always cure
influenza and sore throat. I have
for ten yer, and evenone dose
talcen in time will break up the worst
cold." Mrs. A. O. Stees.
622 Kth St, Chicago, His.
Muse ilw Sybsiifufe.
There are some druggists greedv
of gain who will always try to sell
you "their own" tar or white pine
mixture as a substitute forDr. Bull's
Cough Syrup if you give thorn the
chance. Be wise, ask for Dr. BuU's
Cough Syrup, and insist on getting
it, and you 'will receive the best med
icino sold and ono which will posi
tively cure. Sold by all druggists.
Price, 25 cts., 60 cts. and $1.00.
A. C. Meyer & Co., Baltimore, Md.
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3 The most beautiful array of Neckwear, in all shapes, and rich z
i colorings. The new, wide four-in-hand, to bo worn with "Wing col- S
a lars, seems to bo the mostpopular, 50c", 75c, S1.00, SI. 50. The large
(S squares, to the tied Ascot style, and tho regular Ascot, S1.00, SI. 50, I
i S2.00, S2.50 and S3:00. I
8 FANCY SUSPENDERS, 75 c to S5.00 a pair. 9
Dent's, Towne's and Perrin's Gloves, SI. 50 to S2.75 a pair. 1
FANCY HOSIERY, 50c to S3.00 a pair.
3 Mufflers and. Dress Protectors, S1.00 to S4.00. 1
i Smoking Jackets and Robes, one-third off. If
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J. WILL GRAY & ERO.
153 MAIN-EAST SDE. !
S UNDER. ELECTRIC SIGN. I
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fn use More than a
any okher Piano
I'm the World.
Ia this not conclusive evl- 3
donco of its superiority? 3
"We havo tho exclusive State 3
agency and cordially invito our R
patrons to seo the finest ltoe of 3
Piano3 in tho "West.
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Leading Musio Dealers, 10D S
H Main Strcot. jj
Dental Specials ! S
j From now until Dec. 20 all den-
I tal work at reduced prices. jJ
I Dr. West, Dentist i
f 261 Main Slcn of "Dldn't-Hurt-
j a-BIt Boy."
i DIAMONDS 1
Diamond Work. 1
I Watch Work. 1
1 JEWELHY I
Jewelry Work. j
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Drs. Shores' Grand Free Treatment Offer I I
EXPIRES DECEMBER 31st ' I
1 YOU HAVE EXACTLY TWO WEEKS LEFT NO MORE, 2sT0 LESS IN WHICH TO 8 "H
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BE CURED FOR THE ACTUAL COST I '"H
OF THE MEDICINES USED. 1
In the rush find bustle of Christmas shopping don't forget that YOUR HEALTH is of great- 1 :
or importance than anything else on earth and bear in mind that until Dec. Si Drs. Shores 1 !
will give their services and treatment 11
! ABSOLUTELY FREE TO ALL WHO APPLY. H
; and that the only expense or charge will be for the ACTUAL COST OF THE MEDICINES j 11
. USED which Drs. Shores GUARANTEE will not exceed 5 for one whole month for the Most 1
! Complicated Catarrhal Chronic disease. Mild and recent cases will be much less Many will be j
I CURED for 50 cents per month and up DON'T RISK MISSING IT THROUGH DELAY I
BUT J ,
j COME TODAY AND REGISTER YOUR CASE. 'H
1 EVEN IF YOU CANNOT BEGIN THE TREATMENT UNTIL LATER. I ' H
j CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE WHETHER YOU TAKE TREATMENT OR I ' H
I NOT. CALL OR WRITE. 1 " H
N B M - (H
i Look Out For Frauds
Stay on known lines. Ask your
friends and neighbors who cured
1 them, and then Insist on your
I doctor furnishing proof o his
' skill beyond his mere "say so."
Ask him who and what he Is, If
I he Is the doctor whose picture ap
pears ln the papers as the pos
g bcssot of great skill, or whether I
I he Is simply a hired man doing I
I business under an assumed name? I
! Drs. Shores have practiced In I
Salt Liake City continuously for
I twelve yenrs their cured patlcnt9
I reside ln every" part of the city
I and State it Is no trouble to
show you whom Drs. Shores have
cured. Prices and terms are low
and uniform and within easy
reach of all. CONSULTATION
M ALWAYS F,.REE.
! A Patient's Experience
with a "Fake Medi
I cal Co."
A patient remarked to Drs.
I Shores & Shores but recently:
"You have no Idea o the pitfalls
ln this town. I went to see a
' 'specialist' (?) the other day, who
j was advertised to be on one of
! the MAIN STnEETS HERE
! and whose advertisement I have
1 read. To my surprise I found
I that tho doctor ndvertlsed HAS
I NEVER BEEN IN SALT LAKE,
' and IS NOT LICENSED TO
! PRACTICE HERE but a man I
1 used to sec around the streets
i here many years ago Informed
' me, with a broad brogue, that 'He
rlprlslnted Doke-ter ,' and
i more for curiosity than anything
else, I asked him If he would
' treat men on the 'pay when
cured plan.' 'Oh, noo,' said he,
'you must pay me cash doon. Boot
if I fall to cure you I will refoond
every dollar.' Later on I learned
, that he HAD TO SEND EVERY
: DOLLAR HE TOOK IN OUT OF
THE STATE to tho parties who
owned the shack. AND WAS
BLE and it soon dawned on me
j why ho was willing to refoond
j money (which he would not
1 have-) but was not willing to
; wait until I was cured for his
i The "Pay When Cured"
1 Applies to private diseases of
I men only. The reason Drs. Shores
make this special offer to mon
is simply to protect them from a
gang of sharks doing business un
' der the guise of doctors, who rob
, them of their hard earned money
j for empty promises. ThlB gang
of fakirs howl and storm because
Drs. Shores "pay when cured"
plan prevents the Blck from being
j imposed upon. NO ONE ELSE
9 OBJECTS TO IT BUT THE
fl FAKIR AND YOU KNOW
; WHY HE OBJECTS. Others mny
: promise to "REFUND YOUR
MONEY' but why take chances
! on their honesty or ability to, re-
fund when Drs. Shores say
KEEP YOUR MONEY IN YOUR
OWN POSSESSION UNTIL I
! CURED. IN THIS WAY YOU
' TAKE NO CHANCES. I
The Treatment ' fw I
3 AND CHRONIC
"It Soothes," "It'Cures," "It Heals" cure I
These are the expressions heard many times a day ln THE LIQUOR .
Drs. Shores parlors from people who have tested other HABIT.
treatment without benefit and find in Drs. Shores' new FITS CON-
treatment Instant relief from Catarrah, Deafness, Asthma TROLLED IM- - 'IH
and Lung Diseases. The patient drinks Into the air pas- ATTT . '
sages these healing balms and soothing oils, reaching AiiiUiAiJiiiji , tm
every part of the mucous membrane of the nose, throat, AND QUICKLY
eustachian tubes and lungs, like healing salve on a sore, j CURED. lH
No cutting, no cauterizing, no probing with dirty instru- I rr, , w tvo-rat IH
ments, but by Drs. Shores' DIRECT CONTRACT METH- 5
OD with Drs. Shores modern instruments, the medicated J REMOVED.
oils reach the sore spots and heal, and carried Into the S HEAD AND ALL,
eustachian tubes, and the LOST HEARING IS RE- in a few JM
STORED TO THE DEAF. The sufferers from lung dls- unTTP(:
eases breathe Into their lungs these SOOTHING OILS, and iJ-uu-"to- u"
the soreness dlsapp pears, and in many so-called helpless NO PAY. J
cases A CURE RESULTS. Tho spasms of Asthma are CONSULTATION ' jH
RELIEVED IN ONE TREATMENT. All made possible ALWAYS FREE.
with Drs. Shores' new and wonderful instrument for this CALL OR
class of ailments. WRITE.
WEAK MEN PAY WHEN CURED H
contracted WHAT "WEAKNESS" IS AND HOW VA7,TrnpVTT. H
Disorders, WE CHRP IT VARICOCELE. H
Bo suro your euro " 14 vuiu 11. Absolutely painless jM
la thorough. Not ,, , ..... treatment that curo3
ono of our patlento So-called Weakness 'In mpn Is completely. Invcs-
has ever had a re- merely a symptom of chronic in- tlgato our method.
lapso after being nammatlon In the prostate gland, II, ,3 ,UJ0 only. thr"
discharged as cured, . . . . , oughly scientific fH
and wo euro ln less brought on by early dissipation or treatment for this
time than tho ordl- by the Improper treatment of some disease being em-
nnry forms of treat- contracted disease. A complcto and Ployed.
men require. .. , ,
. radical euro Is, therefore, a ques- ZZZHZZIZZZ
tlon of restoring the prostate gland
to lis normal state, M and this wo S-p e r matorrhoea. ftl
Specific Blood accomplish promptly and compete- SMo, Piles. Skin
Poison. iy without tho uso of internal rem- and Kidney Dlscaso. ,
No dancorous mln- cdltis. Our treatment Is a local ono Lost Manhood, II y-
erals to drlvo the entirely. It Is original and sclen- d r o c 0 1 e, Seminal
vlniq tn tho Intoi lor 4 c. and has been proven absolute-
but harmless blood ' offoctlvo by thousands of tests. Weakness, etc.. aro
- elennsK? emX Qr0 convinced that by no other also among tho dls- .
that Remove the last methods can full and permanent cases we euro to
Dotson t-ilnt restoration of strength and vigor bo stay cured. ;
, accomollshed. jH
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Sick people, who live out of tho city should write Drs. Shores for their new
symptom blank and take advantage of this grand special offer and be cured
for the actual cost of the medicine "used to demonstrate that there Is a cure
for Deafness. Catarrh and Chronic Disease. WRITE If you cannot call, and 5
take advantage of the SPECIAL OFFER. CONSULTATION FREE for any f
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HOUSTON BLOCK, 249 SOUTH MAIN STREET. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Office Hours: 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.; 7 to S evenings; 10 to 12 Sundays and holidays. I ,
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Is usually chosen with a view I
both to utility and beauty. That
; Is one of the attractions of our 1
! beautiful variety of military I
5 brushes, which come ln Ivory, cb- 1
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elaborate assortment of the kind I
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