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I EXPULSION IS
ReedSm oofs Unfitness
Not Necsssary to Show That
He Is, Himself, in
Tone- of American Press Increased in
Opposition to Utah Apostle-Senator.
I Rochester Herald: Ueccnl developments
In the Roed Smoot Investlnatlon by the
Senate Cjrnmlttco on Privileges and
Election make ono fact very clear; and
that Is. that Mormonlsm Is neither dor
mant nor dying, but an active, aggres
6lve. defiant power. Inimical to the best
Interests of the Stale and the Nation. In
the light of the audacious revelations
made by men high In the Mormon church
It becomes the Imperative Outy of the
United States Senate to expel Smoot from
that body The Investigating committee
cannot well do otherwise than report In
accordance with the evidence; and the
highest Legislative body of the Nation
cannot afford to bestow upon Mormon
ism, with in admitted practice 01 polyg
amy, tho Uicit encouragement Implied
in Its toleration of an active member .of
the hierarchy hi the Senate
In the hearing last Saturday It w
shown that officers ol the Mormon church
unhesitatingly obey Uiu mandates of that
Institution In preference to tho laws and
Constitution of 4h.- United States. Thi
control exercised by the Mormon church
over Its members, particularly its Offl
oers. Is absolute, not only In thing spir
itual, but In nil the relations and activi
ties of life. Including those of business
Rnd politics. It was shown that the loor
mnn church, extending Its sphere of in
fluence bevond the confines of the State
of Utah, had obtained a tlrm foothold In
Idaho; and that the central authoritj In
Salt Lake City does not hesitate to at
tempt to dictate In political affairs in
Idaho, going so far as to defeat anti
polygamy legislation in the latter State.
If polygamy Is no longer comm.inrh d 1
tho church it Is at least encouraged by
the preferment and promotion ol nv i
who practice It The whole tone of the
testimony of the Mormon wltn'-- - In -for-?
the Senate Investigating committee
has resolved itself into the Impertinent
Inquiry: "We admit the facts what are
you going to do about If"
The ansvcr of the Senate to that in
terrogation Is not conditional upon the
practice of polygamy by Senator Smoot.
It is sufficient to prove that he is high
in the councils of an organization which
arrogates to Itself .powers and preroga
tives superior to the laws and Constitu
tion of the United States; thnt he has.
by his vote In the proceedings of the
governing body of the church, of which
he Is an Influential member, sanctioned
and nnrtirlpatod in tho advancement of
men known to be committed to the prac
tice of polygamy. These facts being
proved and they have already been
proved the unfitness of Reed Smoot for
the high office of United States Senator
is at once conclusively demonstrated. No
course other than expulsion is open to the
The unseating of Reed Smoot from the
United States Senate will not eradicate
Konhonlsm or put an end to the prac
tice of polygamy by members of the
Mormon church Those ends, if ever at
tained, must be gained by other means.
Eut the unseating of Reed Smoot will
serve notice upon the Mormon church
that the Government a! Washington wili
not become, even Indirectly:, a party to
Its Infimles It will serve notice upon
the Mormon church that whilo It may
be able to force from tr State Legisla
ture of Utah the election of a Mormon
to the United States Senate, It cannot
coerce that branch of the Federal Gov
ernment Into acceptance or recognition
of the rights of the offensive member
to his seat In that hodv It will show
Mormonlsm, defiant as it Is that Its
power falls far short of controlling tho
United Slates S'-nate.
I CONSTITUTION SUBORDINATE.
Gotham Paper Points Out Its Reasons
Why Smoot Should Go.
New York World : Although It Is Reed
Smoot Who Is ostensibly on trial before
the Senate Committee on Privileges and
Elections, the real defendant Is the Mor
mon church The Senator from Utah Is
little more than a fortuitous John Doe
who serves as tho means of bringing the
Mormon hierarchy into court
A formal Senatorial Investigation of a
r-jlglous sect has eortaln elements of
1 ovelty In this country. In one tense the
Smoot Inquiry Is re-mini', i t of urn !
the local Investigation Into Free-ID
ry which were undertaken In the thirties.
The resolution which Thad Stevens In
tl educed In the Pennsylvania Legislature
providing for ah Inquiry Into Masonry re
cited charges of political conspiracy not
unlike those now brought against the
The Mormon church seems to be quite
as much a secret society as a religious or
ganization Testimony brought out be
fore the committee shows that this fea
ture of Mormonlsm is considered as Im
portant as tho religious element The
church maintains all the Impressive para
phernalia of a secret socl ty working the
thlrt-thlid degree There are the same
mysterious processes of Initiation, the
same blood-curdling oaths to lift the hair
of the novitiate, the curious symbolical
garments worn In secrecy to differentiate
the faithful from the Gentiles and "lesser
breeds without tho law. '
And beyond theses lodge-room accessor
ies nnd ceremonies there are tho religious
cut-tome b which the Mormons have
mado themselves a peculiar people the
scaling for life and the sealing for oter-
I SICK HEADACHE
z 1 Positively cured by
PABTTDQ these Little Pills.
VlMil I C l0 Tbcy 11150 re Dis
SBsjsj tress Irom Dyspoprla, In
H8 ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
E9 I W rD Eatu a pcrtei t rcm
joj I W tit cdy icjrDlzjin.fcss, Nausea,
UM PILLS drowsiness. Bad Taste
Bjjl fjfl la tho Mouth, Coated
Tongue, Pain In tho Side,
1 TORPID LIVER, They
regulate tno Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE,
ICAKTEIlSl CIJRE S1CK HEA)ACnE!'
Bittle Genuine Must Bear
jj H VER Fac-Simile Signature
n'ty. the marriage of the living and the
l nd the cllvorc lug of the dead from the
living, the Endowment llon.se consecra
tion which carries the oath to avenge the
blOOd of the prophets upon the nation,
and Innumerably othor mysteries of tho
But what has tho Government of the
United States to do with all this" Strict
constructionists contend that by ths
terms of tho first amendment tho openv
Hons ol the Mormon church do not con
cern Cnngross Yet certain unleiuo rela
tions exist between tho Mormon church
and lie Government Tho legislation
llnsl polygamy, enacted while I'tuh
i i still a Territory, was a restriction
upon tho church Cc ogress has no power
to eniorc' this legislation now that Utah
IS u State; but certain pledges have been
Kivcn by the Mormon authorities to the
I nlted States Government. There was B
!' ilnet promise that polygamous mar
riage would no longer ho countenanced.
The president oft he church Issued a proc
lamation In which h- pledged tl hureh
t obey tho laws enacted by Congress,
although the belief ir polygamy was not
surrendered. On the strength of thin
proclamation r.mnoFty to outlawed Mor
mon leaders was declared by Mr Harri
son and Mr Clevelnnd.
Even If It Is powerless to compel obe
dience to former acts of legislation, the
Government of tho I'nlted States has a
right to know whether the Mormon
church has kept Its lallh The evidence
shows that it has not, and that polyga
mous marriages have been performed
Tr. slil. nt Woodruff issued his proc
lamation All this may have nothing to
do with Senator Smoot. but If the Mor
mon church has violated lis solemn cove
nant with the peoplo of tho United Stales
tho countrv Is entitled to know the facts
VINDICATED THE "STATESMAN."
Apostle John Henry Smith Admits
Contentions of Idaho Contemporary.
Bolce Statesman: For the Idaho reader
nothing, perhaps, has developed In tho
Smoot hearing of a more Interesting na
ture) than the admissions made in the
courso of the evidence given before the
committee by Apostle John llenry Smith,
and nothing will be more fruitful of
analysis and speculation It has proven
a genuine surprise. None had expected
that he would enter so candidly upon B
detailed recital of facts concerning Which
there has been more or less doubt because
of vigorous denials that have boon
entered It has been a source of wonder
that Mormons should go upon the
Witness stand and confess to bring
polygamlsts, even with tho example of
their president before them; and it Is
fullv as remarkable that ono so promi
nent in the affairs of the church should
lav bare political secrets which most men
would guard Jealously, especially when
they had boon made the subject of public
charge and contradiction.
It will be recalled that the Statesman
made the accusation that Mormon ch ireh
Influence waaj used during thv: last ses
sion of the legislature In the Interest of
getting a constitutional convention reso
lution passed so as to malcn possible the
elimination of the cst oath proiSiOn
The charge was" met by denial and
abuse. Nearly very paper In the State
and the large majority of th politicians
vlllfled the Statesman with all the venom
at their command The charge wae abso
lutely false, they said.
Bat now comes Apostle Smith himself
with an admission that he enme to Boise
on that very mission Furthermore, he
eletalls conversations he had on the sub
Jecl with hailing men and tells what they
said to him These included the Gover
nor of the State- leading politicians and
members of the Le-fitelature He laid the
matter before them all, stating frankly
his purpose was to have portions of the
Constitution "objectionable to his people"
stricken out Hs wanted the test oath
provision eliminated and he came clothed
with the- authority of the church to secure
that enel through political means
In view of the developments It will
hardly be denied again that the Mormon
chun h was participating In politics in
that connection If In no other.
With doubt removed on that score by
the admission of the apostle, that feature
of the case may cease to attract public
atte ntion, but the frankness ' with which
the storv was told the frankness. Indeed
that has characterized the te-stlmon of
all the Mormon leaders called before the
committee will continue to be an absorb
ing topic for some time to come.
DIDN'T WANT CHECK.
So Bold Burglar Directed Owners
Where to Find It.
TONOPAH. Nov., Dec 21 U. C
Ronghedge Is the name of tho man who
robbed tho Tonopah club faro bank a few
days ago. At least that's the name the
fellow signs. He sent a letter to the pro
prietor Saturday In it he directed them
to a spot where they would find a Veils
Fargo check ho did not care to cash The
proprietors of the big gambling-house
nov. h ive the- letter nnd Intend to frami
It It reads as follows:
on the desert in the vicinity of Tonopah,
Nye county, Nev
Tho Tonopah Club, Tonopah. Nev .
Gentlemen: Whan In the course of hu
man exents It becomes necessary feir people-
tn separate others frem their money,
a decent report to the opinions of man
kind requires that they dissolve the
Causes which Impelled the separation.
We hold these truths to bo self evident
tor nearly so), that wine, woman and the
love of money has caused many a gooel
man to go wrong A mixture of these
o. used us to need the money.
Some ilark night, after the moon has
gone down. If you II go gently hark In
the passage way, in the rear of the Club
saloon and feel cautiously on the left
hand side of the hole, near the sill under
the building, you'll find your coin sack
containing w. F. & fo "s check. You
understand banking business better than
I and will have less trouble In collecting
It Is not returnod because you need it
for seed. However, you may use it as
such and I am sure your pair of Jacks
will soon1 swell it up to over $600.
Please pardon my spirit ,,f levity and
I'll cln;o by thanking you for past fa
vors and assuring vou of m lent wishes.
Very trul 1 HOI "i H FJl G F
Automobile Line Now Carries Pas
sengers Into Reservation.
Bpeplal to The Tribune.
DENVER, Colo., Dec 21 The Uintah
railroad, which has been completed from
Mack. Colo., into the Uintah rcser's atlon
In Utah, has placed an order here for
two large track automobiles, which are
to be used in carrying passengers. The
company has had one car in the service
for several months and It Is gh-ing ex
Railroad managers are watching the ex
periment and are figuring on using slml
i tr i irs on Inn s where there is a limited
amount of business. The Union Pacific
Company is having a car built that will
accommodate thirty-six p-issenuv-rs and
make a maximum speed Of forty miles
per hour. Gasoline engines are used.
NEW MISSION FIELD.
House to House Canvass to Be Made
by Mormon Elders at Springfield.
Special to The- Tribune
SPRINGFIELD. Mas , Dee. 21.-Si rlngn. i l
ha been Htlecte.t nn n promising flcl'J for Mor
mon proselyting and a house to houHe cnnvas.i
for convert will bo begun at oncci under tho
direction of George D Parkinson and Pqtor
Maughnn. who camo from Boston, whero they
etato they have hod great uccctw. having
mad' i larjfe number of convert In that city
are! Itu eurroundlriga.
p MEHESY, BE FURRIER.
j &NUTSFOM HOTEL.
;: . - "y''i:.iStlliaS
I iSa'-sH' 3 s$BA'" i
'llHU'Jsfl ee our exra special Sable gfa f& tig
$ J and Isabella color scarfs at
CQ : .: ; Worth Irom .; 7 to $8.50. Ijf l
1 JAB $ 150 GUARANTEED $ .50 f
.. :MTi imnlTiuW $275 SEALSKIN $275 i&!
ml I $350 COATS. $350 If
.55 I i 3uv of the genuine manufacturer $a ,
;.! Vr THE FURRIER, KNUTSF0RD HOTEL : W
k :1 Sgt
V-3 ! n V 1 ' ? M r, NO BRANCH, NO CONNECTION WITH ANY JjJ
j tu, V a & W M other store in this city. i JHg
BATTLESHIP TEXAS INJURED.
Five Big Cables Snapped and Drydock
Hercules Crashed Into Vessel.
NEW YORK. Dee- 21 Breaking five
great cables as if they had been threaels,
the 100-ton floating dry-clock Hercules,
moored to the side of the new battleship
Connecticut, hroke adrift in ths navy yard
bi'Mn in WallabOUt hay today and crashed
into the- stern of the battleship T-as.
mashing ssverai :iates and so injuring
th.- warship that she- will have to go Into
the dry dock.
In the basin when a flsrcfl BQUall swept
over it wen- the Tegas, Illinois. Kentucky,
Tacoma and Minneapolis, The H.-r till -w
is securely tk-d to the Connecticut and
docks The strain caused by the- heavy
wind caused the cables to break nnd the
derrick Started up the bay toward th
wsrshlpa, Two tugs, the Narkesta nnd Pentuckct,
Were hastily dispatched to catch the flee
Iiik derrick, which traa making directly
for the Tacoma anel Minneapolis, moored
close together Tho PentUCket caught the
HerOUles when almost upon the warships
and made fast to her. IWoro the derrick
could be controlled it swung arounel and
struck tho Texas sejuaroly in the stern
Special Sale of Palms.
Ronton fern, azaleas, cyclomer, etc.,
all week at IH'DDART S new store-, m
Bast Second South, opposite Grand the
ater; largest stock of eut flowers, holly,
mistletoe, etc. Either 'phone- now me.
WILL LEAVE AMERICA.
Builalo Bill to Spend Declining Years
Near Fiench Capital.
Special to The Tribune.
DENVER. Colo.. Dec. 21. Col W F.
Cody (Buffalo Bill) Is negotiating for an
estate near Paris, ami Is plnnning to
spend the remaining years of his life near
th-- French capital. On his last visit to
Paris only a small sum relatively stood
between him and the- ownership of the es
tate, which was cuvm-rl nt one time by
members of a royal family
Col. t.'od Is here n-.w lie will K" to
France In February with his show, which
will be there several years. Intimate
friends of Col. Ccdy have announced his
Intention as stated, and ho has made no
denial. He will endeavor to arranke hH
Wyoming Interests and secure the divorce
he seeks before ne sails.
FOR NEW SALMON LAW.
Trappers and Seiners Meet to Formu
ASTORIA, Or., Dec. 20-At a meeting
today of the trappers and seiners which
was attended by nearly every llrm on
both sides of tho lower Columbia river,
it was decided to formulate- amendments
to the salmon llshinc law, which will he
Introduced In the Legislatures of both
Oregon and Washington at this winter's
session. The principal chances are toward
uniformity In the laws of tie- tw States,
and the extending of the spring open sea
son to Miiv I, the summer season to Sep
tember 1 anel the full ecason to Septem
The Stricken Roso From Grief
What a fortunato provision of nature
r, ', 1 ,lL'lJ,Ul- ibe ruse cr OientoJ
suntriiig, for how polyuaiu would be. its
gncr to discover, hi the height of its
blooming glory, that a canker fed j' Ita
neuri, and that ltd bcuute uiel fragrance
wore doomed forever. Nature always
pares tho 8unrir2: Hhe Is a veritable
storehouse of pleasing rewards for thoso
"lling hair and payness have east s
gloom over tho lives of thousands of
young women, but thanks to the Investi
gations of Kcicntlsts the true cause of -'r
destruction Is row known to be ,i tr "m
or Parasite that burrows into the hai"fo
L,i .urvbros Herplclde absolutely de
troyi this germ, thus permitting the hair
i?o?sr0W aa'luUlr,f iatended. Soi5 by lead.
Ir.g druggets. yf n,l IQc in stamps for
JQPta to 3e Hcivk-kio Co., DtuvVtl
Holding Daily Councils With. His
Advisers on Internal Condi
tions in Empire.
ST PETERSBURG. Dec. 21 Emperor
Nicholas is holding councils dally at
Tsarskoe-Selo, at which, It Is understood,
the Internal situation in Russia is thor
oughly discussed. Among tho80who are
al tending the councils are Grnnd Duke
Michael, brother of the Emperor, minis
ters and members of the council of tho
empire. Including Prince Svlatopolk-Mlr-sky.
Minister of the Interior. M W'llte.
President of the Ministerial Council; M.
Poboeionostsoff, Pi .'e iira'.or-General of th?
Holy Synod M Muravieff. Minister of
Justice-, M Kokovso, Minister Of Finance,
Count vorontxbff-Dashkoff, head of the
Russian H-I Cross Ouint Sol sky and M.
Ernlloff. Frltscli. Rlchter and Hesse.
Prince Svlatopolk-Mlrsky laid before the
council the addresses and resolutions
adopted by the Congress of Zemstvos.
Which was ln-ld here last month Prince
Svlatopolk-Mirsky, M. W'ltte nnd Count
Solxky favored a policy of concession, but
the others opposed such a policy on the
ground that the demands of Ihe Zemstvo
ists were subs -rslv.- of the essential prin
ciples of the autocracy.
In the opinion f the eoun. il 11 Is not the
time '.. entertain proposals looking to a
change In the existing form of govern
ment while war is progressing and it waa
decided to discourage political agitation.
fvW isurcs will be drawn up relative to the
distress consequent upon mobilization
The special conference on the peasant
laws und-r the presidency of M. witto
held Its first session today. The conclu
Blons which are expected to closely fol
low M Wltte's recent recommendations,
will he submitted to the ministry of the
interior which will draft laws In accord
China sale at Walker's store, millin
ery department, Wednesday and Thursday.
LOVE CAU..E3 TRAGEDY.
Discarded Suitor Kills Woman. Con
stable and Himself.
LOCKPORT, N. Y . Dec. 21 -Fred
Jones, a clerk In a store at Nowfane,
shot and killed Mis Llbby Goodrich and
Constable William Gray today and then
shot himself fatally
Jenes was n euitor of Mrs. Goodrich,
who was a widow with several children
nnd well tc do. Being older than Jones,
uhi ol.J. cted to Ills attentions. Jones had
threatened to kill her and burn her prop
erty. In con3eciuence of which she today
obtained a warrant fT his arrest whli h
was Klvn to Constable Gray to servo.
Gray had gone to the store where Jones
was employed when Joiu-s requested per
nltslon to send for Mrs Goodrich in
eider that he Blight settle the matter
With lie.-. Jones and the woman had sonio
words and Jones shot her in the head
A hen Constable Oral attempted to In
terfere Jones shot him in tho temple,
ion. then put a bullet Into his own
head. All three arc eleaJ.
CUT RATES FOR FLCWERS.
New York Flower Growers Protest
Against the Jobbers.
N B W YORK. Dec. 21 A cut rate war
in ut (lowers has begun with the open
liik . t' a flower market In Forty-fourth
stroet near Fifth avenue. A combination
of suburban tlower growers is under
tt od to b-; managing the market The
growers assort thafhe Jobbers recently
I-:,.- become extremely dictatorial and
have charged prices which placed many
tlowei olll ol' ihe reach of persons with.
Ordinary means. It is planned to cllml
i ate omo of the Jobbers or bring them
to terms and with this idea In view a
scale of prl.- was Inaugurated at the
n.arket running from 0 to per cent
1. -s than the prevailing retail charges In
the up-town floiljt ihops.
SUIT AGAINST LAWSON.
Alleged That He Conspires to Defraud
Bay State Gas Company.
BOSTON. Dec 21 Jut'igo Brnlcy. In the
Supremo Judicial court today gave a
heuring on tho Question of allowing tho
demurrer of the defendants In the suit
of the Bay State Gas comuany of Dele
ware agulnst Thomas W. Laws on and
others to restrain Liwson and Welden
feld from parting with rJ 2S0 shares of
lay Stale Gas company of Iilo.uro
stock; 374 $10o0) 5 per cent bonds of the
ucffalo I'll-, iiis company. 110 (1hji de
bentures of the Buffalo City Gas com
pany. It Is asked that these securities bo de
llvered to the plaintiff bt-cause of an al
legc-d conspiracy to divert the funds of
the Dcieware . ..mpany to the uoe-3 of tho
. . nsplrators The answer and demurrer
of the defendant Lawson are denials of
the allegations of the plaintiff
The defendant describes many transac
tions In connection with gas matters and
declares that tho Bay State Gas torn
panv of Dcieware still owes Iawson and
Wel'denfjld il8.43t as a result of dealings
begun in l?ri
i ounscl for Dawson presented a motion
that a paragraph of the plaintiff's bill re
ferring to collusion ard conspiracy be
The plaintiffs attorney maintain ?d that
the charges of Lawson against tho Di la
ware company were excessive and that
tho fact that excessive charges were
made- and allowed appeared to show col
lusl.m He declared that It was the aim
Of the litigation to show Receiver George
W, Pepper and the Delaware company
the exact relation between that company
and Lawson and Weldenfcld.
Judge Braley reserved decision.
Via Oregon Short Line
December 23. 24. 25 and 31. and January
1 Final limit January 3. Ask agents
JROCiriES NOT EXHIBITED.
Minister Explains Why Mrs. Sheldon
Didn't Seo Them in Africa.
NEW YORK. Dec. 21 -Rev L C. Vass
who spent more than five years In tho
Congo Free State, said today that the
statement made by Mrs. French Sheldon
in L4 ndoh recently, that she had m idi
a trip of a year on tho Congo and seen
no more atrocities than she nad seen in
the Streets of London, was sntlreli nat
ur .1 In vl-w of the- I'm t that Mrs Krein h
Sheldon traveled as a guest of the Gov
ernment on beaten hiphwns.
Mr. Vass said It would have been dif
ficult for Mrs. French Sheldon to sec nny
misconduct "f officials or such atrocities
as be and cithers had seen, because she
wao watched during her stay there and
during her trips on Government boats.
MILLIONAIRE CLUB DEFUNCT.
Court Orders Institution Wound Up
on Account of Debt.
NEW iORK. Dec. 21. Upon the appli
cation of a laundry, to which was owing
the sum of J24.", th: Atlantic club, owned
by thu Grafton syndicate, has been or
flered wound up by the courts, in Lon
don The elub w us formed only two I
years ago anel waa intended ns a combi
nation of English and American million
aires in London with a leavening of Brit
ish nobility. Tho entrance foe was put
at HS5, from payment of which Minis
ters and Embassadors were exempt. Tho
names "i many well-known men on both
M.Ji is of the Atlantic wero used, but they
do not appear to have taken any part In
the club s affairs.
A tired woman; a fresh
pot of tea ; there is joy all
over her face.
1 THE RUSH STILrSEm
I But there are still many bargains to be had
our BIG SALE OH MEN'S AND BOYj'
I SUITS and OVERCOATS
?N. RoSulfir 935.001111
Overcoat, $L (
' Regular 525 00 )
Suits and 7) A A
y . ; 'N Overcoats ..
I Sr... 13.00
IBBPV'X )r -Vri Regular $15.00 4
lyy Overcoat 3 . . . .Hi,0J
BlmKjiMi " feS RlRr $10.00 , m
tS1&3$ feWP ' Suits nnd ft 7t
lj.' ; -v. '""'l 0vercoats u
I W ' -: Ovrcoat.
!': W' ' " " : V' Cut 25 to 50 PfrCtj
I p- A Did you say u,
I wii; ful Xmas Presents'
"" iPP Shirts, Etc.,
I 3a Are Unsurpasui
1 f' 18 employees will a
' fer you
I Merchants1 Protective Association!
I SCIENTIFI'' I Ol LECTORS OF BAD DEBTS. TOP FLOOR COMJilB
R CIAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. H
t FRANCIS G. LU KE. Gcn'I Mffr Wk
y SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US. '
iWamjMUJt.. n.-y. :,.w. f. . . ..-i . 1 47i SWSSSSBj
There will be more Rio Vista wine used on the din- ' f
Tier tables of Salt Lako cn Cb.ri3tm.ts day than onj
other brand in the market- Rio Vista is tha hight I
class California vine, as good as imported, at a domestic j 1
price. Claret, Sauterne, Burgundy, Zinfandel, Angeli I
ca. Muscatel, Port, Sherry, and everything good in ths I
shape- of wine. 1
RIEGER & LINDLEY, I
"The Whiskey Merchant." 1
I"VVin her with gifts, if she respect not words;
Dumb jewels often In their silent kind, I
More quick than words do move a woman's mind. I
Bad Teeth I
SPOIL A GOOD DINNER. U
Have your dental work ot- K
tended to before the holidays.
iE.ir-w m gSBSSSSlSr 'i'WTWMj m
Dr. West, Dentist j
261 Main Sign of "Didn't-Hurt- j
a-Bit Boy." 4
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1 1 ii .-.iniii i ur-r'j fjr mmm
MAI.KI . RWl'l n I
full pnrll. uUm-in.1 rx CNmM I
1 I'ark Hon, .Hw '1 I
Forsaloby cbaJ Vi8 UJWk