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mAT MORNING, DECEMBER L'2, law,
t XJjfl SAJLT .LAKE TRJUBUTNTS, age sevex
Ke Wins Her
lit beit Ascot
, and One Second Choice
I -rrLES Cl.. Ic- 21-Greon
v A' rtAr-oM fiuy 001,1 Ros
Kf" t th" h time and
jV-f-l! o4a over the Slauson
Slfo was held nt 6 to 5
'GoM Rtr gfl)s was looked
iftsi'''1, ', Ally's measure and
J s,rii ;.' to 2. while EI
m11, & numerous barkers at 0
B.fl . pnt to thr- front nt once
ssWTh lsue In doubt. S..ls
5 lrfS id Chihuahua third
KffnrSS favorites were euc-KttK-i1
rt. c;L,av two outsiders and
S'l.olw winning the other
fcso IfrL,berto. 110 (True-
l' WW Frangible. Miracle
It1 Ifcaianthus, Tangible. Ever-
ffe" a'nalf furlongs-
(HIMebramlV 10 to 1.
K. ; Mart Gentry. Doctor
HjTWey. s?rlr,gleaf and Tlm
: ' , nI,Trv.-.n. 102. (Law
W?,; Ton- Potrero Grande. ICS,
KL? To T second; Frccslas, 92,
m g , iblnl. Time l 43. Foxj
E Tea Hawt Punalllo and Ed
Fflt?"V,ui'nn course, handicap
WF'. ' IE Walsh). 6 to fi. won,
K.iS.108, (Truebel). 5 to 1. third.
H Home Bred and Felipe Lu-
Bt mile ana seventy yards
Bl (Herbert). 3 to 6. won; Ro iKh
f KU'P to 'econd; Evca
&sd). 2 to 1. thlr.l. 1
V vino, Phi- and Autumn Tlmo
Kbm rlt furlongs Alamansor,
KT i to 1. won; Schoharie. 112.
Ettfi l to second, Our Pri i
Kji'iol third. Time 1:15 Ten
HjT iqm Provo. Wager. Mordent
BfcHc?b also ran.
I iiK! iBtries for Thursday.
jJGLES. Dec. 21. Ascot entries
Slsiusen course, soiling -jri'
Ul- Skirmish. I'rlcll. 109;
8 Lift! of Pay, 102; King Prom
ItUoiiia, ft Lady N'lr.'.r.i. ::
'our and a half furlongs,
Klnnej Flreb ill, 107 Bl le
Iiaasd'J, Gleeninn, i. llllona.
Ibis:. Seasick. 10).
tv si f'irlt.ngs selling Elfin
g D12 'Vll'' ; l' ""V-1 1 n , i' ; .
6i:,j 0-1J- ;i 1 lyM ' F.u.
1 am on" mile Tru Major. 110
IB, El je Ri'ie. 107. Clnclnnatus
1--' . I . . 1-; I I- If. rwor..
I net six furlongs, selling Ri I
l tfcv 107; Nanon, 102; Effer
ISsk Christian Flrh.-ine. inl
Kut Brown.. : . nd -cr. E'usky
if Ucrctta Phillip?. 58.
aEerJts at New OrleanF.
ORLEANS Dec 21 -Re Its
. !x lurL.ng i.tirnal won,
te:l:rj se.-ond. Chaml.;. thir.l
ir, roll and a. quarter Sem
u - B I ill Mi I arth: - i ond,
third. Tim.', 2 11 4-;
SaUhfrl wcond, but was dla
ifcf I j
' ' 'Tic Aleo.ntra mm,
li wnd, Est rrc third Time,
rVl' T"" nn'1 on,? sixteenth
B 'n. Garnish second, Ed
m. Time l 49
!. six fjrl.-nps Topic won
wend. Bay wood third Time.
isa, m!le;hint r lie won
KM. Deratlon thlni. Tlm.-i
WES E1C0RD BROKEN,
fO!dpld Lowers Time for Au-
Hei From 2 to 0 Miles.
JjELES. Dfc. 2i -Rnrnev Old
m I'jwerlnc all a atom.. -
(r-m l' to 9 mii,A, nt ARrl
f '.r3,'k -lay Tr... r.-eunls
"r' follows, all
;. ' '-.v., m.. i ..:
t ' f,v-r miles. 3 55 3-5;
Sl-Vi,":-- 5 -"
B ml'es. : C9 l-:.. nine
Jed Tips for Thursday.
lea.., Doc a.Fol-
r.; ... i1 ' !; l r . . , 1, .
r8 PePPr, Standard. Trap
Shirale. Princess Zula. The
t6 Rtubold. Darksome.
rordale. Royalty, G. V.
Wants American Team.
T-- It Is l' 21 -Negotiations
i o transferred to this
At nht'M by Balt'moro
r... ''r' "" nt then. N ;i
fc&ffS'" thc way
Ftoharao mTests are
fen,, m, Lake PMlch Ran
l.ttlu'l conA, Tht announce-
Bteir.f t Dctro" 18 re.
Jkt b7 Williams.
tLlnj lBht u,'der the
ify" " '
j.V r rltt and Nolson.
",h Brut v;Tnc total
PP mj th. v received
ss me losemlto club.
's alonf Paln
P Fr ialt all leading
ANANIAS CAPTURED ELANDICAP.
Sad Sam Tiptoed Hie Field and Won
8AN PRANCffiCO. Dec. .-Ananlafl
T3 ln ,ht, handicap at Oakland to
r?' U .nln? ,from the start Mint arv
Man first choice, finlaliod third. Baker,
2i.li,, -i1: 4PBet C"JcJatlona In the nrst.
easilj winning from George P McNctr
and IMdn Bilck. Sad Sam. at ,h, ,.
hlbltUe od. Is of 1 to 3 tip-toed his field
wlnnlr.T p.ilb d up Mlm,,. favorite In th
third wqn from Troy b a nose Results-
'r-1 Puturttj course, Bel!lnsi-
Bakcr won, George P. McKeaT second
Golden Buck thlnl. Time l iu '
Second race Bve and a half furlongs
Bad Bam won Silent Water second. BatH
d.r third Time, 1 07.
unr'lJncc,Tix nnfl n ,r"f furlongs
!hird Time, i"Cond' Br0n80 lnS
oiVt'hmi. ra"i ,v,,n,,lr:'P. nc- and an
eighth miles Ananias won. Elliott second
Military Man third Time r" '
Fifth race. mlle-Re,i , Nur
TlmMr 8CC0nd' MlndanM third
sixth race, one mile-Head Dance won
Are second, Down Patrick third. Tlm.
Gotch Lost Wrestling LLatch.
BlTPPAIiO, N. y pec 21 -PrmU
' th.; Am.-rlc.an. tonight l, a h V , -
dlcap match to Jim Parr, iho English
wrestler. Qotch undertook to throw Parr
hr... times in an hour He won one fall
In thirty-six mimiu-a thirty seconds, and
the second In seventeen minutes and ten
Beconda This left only six mln.it. a a,i
twenty seconds for Gotch to win tho n
was caned TVaS ln " danscr when time
Harvard Wants Paid Football Coach.
.CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Dec. 21 -Tho
Hat-yard bulletin today published a com
munication signed by fifty-four promi
nent Harvard graduates pVtitlontng for
a paid football coach Instead of the grad
uate coach who for so manv veara has
rand). tho Harvard teams. The com
munication laments llarcir.ls failure to
d. feat Yale- and attributes It to the grad
uate coach system
Monroe Given the Decision.
LITTLE ROCK Vrk . Dec 21 George
Monroe of New York was given the de
cision over Tommy Gilfeather after fif
teen rounds of fast fighting ln this cltj
Tuxedoes Take Three Straight.
The Tuxedoes took all three games from
the Independents at the league allevs last
cenlng No high scores wei made.
Vote (he Water
and Sewer , Bonds
Editor Tribune: Being a member of
the real estate exchange, I desire to
let It be kn.iwn through the columns of
your valuable paper that I was ono of
the minrirlty when it came to a vote on
the wat r-sev.er bond proposition, and
cast mv vote In favor of the proposition
now being presented to the tax payers of
Salt I.ake City by the honorable afayoT
and City Council 1 regret very much
that a majority of the members present
at that meeting took the stand that they
did ln opposing the measure, and believe
that In time It will prove to be n
mistake on their part 1 believe that It
was the unanimous verdict of the mem
bens of the exchange that th city should
secure the water, the objection made be
ing to the wording of the contract. It has
ever been the wish of Salt Lake people
that the city would secure the water of
tho Cottonwood, and Uie lion Mayor
and City Council are ip he congratu
lated on securing the option on these
waters that they now hold
The farmers demand that they write the
contract, which they did. and aside from
tho manner of measurement of the
water In case of failure to keep the con
Imct good on the part of the city. It Is
Intended to be fair, and this would
bo objectionable clause In the contract I
believe was not intended to read as It
really does. I talked with a very reliable
person yeeterda who Is Interested In the
Cottonwood waters, and he assured me
that It was an error, and that there
would be no objection on the part of the
farmers to measure the water everj week
or every day. If we so wished, and the
last measurement to bo the one used.
The Bonus and Premium.
The bonus of 160,000 and 2fi per cent
more wutvr to be given In exchange of
Salt Lake canal water for the waters of
Mill Creek and iho Cnttonwoods. Is little
no icji. While the farmers can mak--good
use of the canal water. It Is not of
such special value to Salt Lake City,
while the Cottonwood water for Salt Iike
City is the choice of all our mountain
streams Some make the objection that
we are paying ou $?SO, for water and
get absolute title 1o none. That Is not
true The bulk of the money Is to be ex
pended for the conduit and other perma
nent Improvements. Tho amount of cash
paid out In exchange for this water Is a
mere bagatelle to what it might needs be
IH e years hence It seems to be the
opinion of Mr Dooly that we should
buy this water outright, or such portion
Of It that we can. and get absolute title.
Can wo do this and take It out of the
rlllch In thr .l-frlmnf rtt Ihr.' other v:.t. r
owners? They may. as a matter of
right, claim that It Is needed In the ditch
to bear Its portion of Ions by seepage and
evaporation. But under this contract the
slock holders have authorised the officers
of these two big ditches to sign this con
tract. It Is the first and only oppor
tunity we have ever had to secure this
water. Hence, let us not get smart and
want to do the selling as well as the buy
ing, and lose this great opportunity to
secure sufficient water for all time to
come for our "Greater Silt Lake. ' which
our real estate agents talk so much almU
Yot' tnk bonds so that the Honorable
Mayor and Cltv Council can make the
trade and trust to them to see that it is
a fair deal all around.
Ability to Deliver.
'The question with the farmers sc. ms to
bl as to the ability of Salt Lake City to
deliver to then t all times, through this
canal, the full amount of water con
tracted for, hc-nce. have provided protec
tion In the contract, which Is proper and
right that they should We believe that
Salt Lake City has an abundance of
water to warrant the signing ot this
contract, and fo soon as the deal Is
consummated prepare to keep the con
tract good at sll times; aeoura title to
the Ctlonwi.i d lak'a to hold as u reserve
Iri time of need, and, above all. secure
the valuable Spring creek, upon which
the city now holds an option, and ex
change or lease It to tho farmers to the
best advantage possible until It Is needed
In tin cltv
In case the power or pumping plant at
Ftah lake breaks down and f')IN to de
liver the goods which we traded for
water, our city fathers should he pre
pared for the emergency and order th"
water commissioner to open wide the
e. i. -: ),n.l -i . that the farmers" ditch Is
filled while the break ll being repaired,
for Salt Li!c- City cannot afford to wait
twelve hours, as" per contract to h,ie
the farmer enter complaint Nor can we
afford to do anything that if detrimental
to the farmers' gardens and orchards, he
cause we depend on them for what We
f, ,i upon Of, the other hand thr
f, , m. r am ol afford to do anything thai
will r tard the growth of Salt Lake Cltj
It Is the mark t for all their products,
and to double the population of Hall Lake
Cltv means better pries for their pro
duels and a doubling of the valuation of
Make no mistake; te ,t"- ,:r,n'H.-. r
JAMES K BHAW.
WRECK OF FLEET
Japanese Reports ire
But Advic33 From Pori
Arthur Make the Dam
Several of Larger Ships and Tor
pedo Boats Said to Be
ST PETERSBURG, Dec 2L-W hlle de
clining to gle details, the admiralty ad
mits that Russian advices from Port Ar
thur sent by Gen. Stoesscl substantially
confirmed the Japanese advices of the
partial wrecking of tho Russian shlpg In
tho harbor and the censor has been In
structed to permit the publication of tho
It Is said that several of the larger
ships and a respectable number of torpe
do boat destroyers are still seaworthy
but ihey are not being considered as a
f . .rJn tnc comi"K HCht between Ad
miral Togo's Ships and the Russian Eh I -
ond nucule squadron
The whol.- s rles of misfortunes which
has attended the Port Arthur squadron
Is a bitter chapter in Russian naval an
nals, but slnco the arrival of the latest
odvlces there has been less disposition to
criticise Rcar-Admlial lr-n s failure to
make a Bortle .; -n. Stocsrvl huvlng de
elded that further defense of th. fortress
would bo impossible if iho guns of the
warships and the sailors landed were ro
Had the ships been able to go out under
the conditions existing they would havo
been at the mercy of, the Japanese and
have been sacrificed without hope of In
flicting commensurate damage. if the
fortress Is relieved it Is believed that
moat of the ships will be raised and
I :i .-.
The reports that a Japanese Squad B0U
of fortv vessels had already sailed to
meet the S.srjnd Pacific squadron Is re
garded at the admiralty here as b. Ing In
correct and circulated for a purpose.
CAPT. CLADO TALKS
Makes Charges as to England's An
tagonism to Russia.
PARIS Dec. 2L-Capt. Clado, who was
b ta. hed from VlOl -Admiral RojBStven
sky'S squadron to testify before the in
ternational commission, mado statements
during his Journey to Paris that are ex
citing considerable stir In official and dip
lomatic circles as Indicating a rather de
fiant and belligerent tone on tho eve of
wn- apo.aiiimiii; "l ine commission
Some of Clndo's statements were
strongly antagonistic to Great Britain, ho
declaring that the British agitation over
liie North sea Incident leading up to the
appointment to tho International commis
sion, was a plan to delay the Russian
Second Pacific squadron from relieving
Port Arthur. Ho also asserted that an
olh. r campaign having f.w It.- o'.j, ,-t the
passage of tho Dardanelles bv tho Rus
sian Black sea fleet will be launched at
an opporlnre time.
In tho meantime he added, men and
iiilpm"nt from tho Black sea fleet will
be sent to aid the Second Pacific fqi dl
ion. It was pointed out at the BrlUi h
embassy that Clado is not a member of
the commission but onlv a witness and
therefore no official cognizonco win be
taken of his statements.
SUPPLIES REACH RUSSIANS.
Japanese Preparing for Another As
sault on Port Arthur.
LONDON, Dec 22 The Dally Tele
graph's Che Foo correspondent says that
the steamship Lady Mitch. II, which sailed
from Tslng Tau, with supplies, ammuni
tion and dynamite, reached Port Arthur
during a snowstorm four nights ago He
'..s also it Is rumor., 1 that the Japan
ese were compelled to evacuate their po
sition on Etze. mountain owing to a flank
ing fire from other forts and the explo
sion of Russian mines from which they
The Japanese, tho correspondent adds,
are employing thousands of coolies In
making Strong forts nt Dalny and around
Port Arthur. They express a determina
tion to capture Port Arthur before the
Chinese new year An attack is now
preparing that will bo on a hitherto un
equaled scale, and It will mean either
success or terrible disaster to the be
siegers. Tho correspondent concludes by
saying that It Is reported that Gen. Nogl
has asked for 60D0o reinforcements from
PLUNDER TAKEN BY JAPS.
Many Guns and Much Ammunition
Captured at Kekwan Mountain.
TOKIO. Dec 21 The Japanese army
besieging Port Arthur reported as fol
lows today regarding the trophies cap
tured by tho Japanese In the north for:
of Kekwan mountain
"Fuivlhor Investigation showa that wo
captured five S.2 qillck-flrlng field guns
two (7-millimeter quick-firing guns, on
ol them being serviceable; two M-milli-
meter guns, one being serviceable! four
machines, all serviceable; sixteen rifles,
I'd rounds of treat gun ammunition, L'.Vi
rounds of 47-millimeter gun ammunition
210 rounds of 24-mllllmeter gun ammuni
tion. 11 VI rounds of machine gun ammuni
tion, 16,000 rounds of small aims ammu
nition; m grenades and nine star shells,
all serviceable , six oases of powder, and
timber, sand bags. lothlng. et
Russian Attacks R-epulscd.
TOKIO) Dec 21 The following report
from Manohuriari headquarters was re
ceived and made public todav
"On Monday at 5 In tho afternoon the
enemy's artillery ejst of Da mountain
I nitarded the n !; hi n.rhood of Klnlln-
tung. At l o'clock in the morning the.
enemy's Infantry attacked us south of
Plenluhungpao and at 'lat.".pao Bj 1
i look In the morning he r pulsed
Simultaneously thi enemy's Infantry at
i rked chlnshanliuig Hellung and Hu
angtls and made a mo I vigorous attack
in the neighborhood ..f Chinstaantung.
'fhc flerhtlng continued about an hour
v. h. n the enemy w as completely repul ed
Wo had no casualties."
Kekwan of No Importance.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 21 -Military
critics here do not attai h vital Impor
tance to the capture of the north fort of
Kekwan mountain. The declare It Is not
part of the main line of d f crises Of Port
Arthur an 1 therefore without Influence on
the- fate of the fortress.
Admiral Davis in Paris.
PARIS Dee. 21 Hear A. It, oral Charles
II Davis arriv.i bore this ifternoon, La
ter Ui Aduiiiu.1 taikd ua Embassador
Porter, who advised the Foreign offico
that Admiral Davis was ready to take
up his work on the International com
mittee whlih Is to Inquire into the North
sea incident. It Is expected that Presi
dent Loubet Will rec.no the Admiral to
morrow, Cargo of Grain for .Russia.
8AN FRANCISCO. Dec. 21 The collier
wyefb-ld, w hich has be -n bringing coal
from tho north, has been chartered tc
take a cargo of grain Rumor has It that
her destination Is a Russian port The
D'I'I ' Mo Kll. rie. which t..ok on
part of a cargo for China and Japan at
Portland. Is finishing loading at the P&-
clfl. M all dock She will tako 10)0 tons
of freight from here.
Kerosene Not Contraband.
LONDON, Dec 22. With reference to
the- s'-Izur of the British steamship Nl
gretla b the Japanese It Is said that her
cargo of kerosene was shipped at Shang
hai under the written assuranco of the
Japanese Consul to the British Consul
that ' keroseno is not regarded by th
Japanese Government as contraband if
Making Guns for Russia.
COPENHAGEN; Dee. 21 -Several news
papers Ivr.- charge War Minister Mudsen
with permitting Danish gun factories to
manufacture arms for Russia. It Is ex
pected that the incident will cause a
storm in Parliament
Russia Buys Steam Yacht.
LONDON. Dec. 21 It Is said that Rus
sia has bought Anthony J. Drexel's fine
Bteam ichi m rgarlto, paying waooo.
DEATH3 OF ONE DAY.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 21 William
Alvord, president of tho Bank of Cali
fornia, former park commissioner and
one of the be3t-known citizens of Cali
fornia, died today at his home In this
city of a complication of diseases.
The direct cause of death Is reported
as heart failure, though Mr Alvord had
been ailing for a long time and for the
last three weeks had been confined to his
residence He was named by the election
commissioners to servo at the polls at the
recent election but was excused on the
ground of ill-health
He was born In Albany. N Y , In 1V3
and came to California in IS.".".. He Berved
as Mayor of San Francisco in the seven
ties and was elected to tne presidency of
the Bank of California ln 178 and always
was prominent In the business communi
ty, being noted for ills conservatism and
SAN ANTONIO. Tex, Dec. 21 Prof
J L Budd. for twenty-two yenrs at the
head of th" horticultural department at
the Iowa Stale agricultural college and
one of the most widely-known promolo
gitbts In the world, is dead here. He
visited Russia In )?; for the Fnlted
States Government a-.d spent two venrs
In studying the fruit trees of Siberia and
Introducing many new varieties into the
TAOOMA Wash.. Dec. 21. Leon Gar
ron, who was a prisoner at the Federal
penltertlary at McNeil's Island, serving
a sentence for the crime of procurement
at Spokane, died lodcy nt ono of the hos
pitals In Tacoma, having been brought
from the prison several weeks ago suf
f. ring from Consumption.
PORTSMOl TH. Eng. Dec. 21 Admi
ral sii Erasmus Ommanney, tho "father
of the British navy.' died here today af
ter a lengthy Illness. Ho was the last
survivor of the battle of Navarlno,
fcught in 1K.7. which resulted In the de
struction of the Turkish fleet The ad
miral was born In 1SH and entered the
navy In ISM
MRS. JOSEPH'S LETTER.
Fifteenth Ward Relief Officers Make
Statement Regarding the Case.
For the second time the attention of
The Tribune has been called to the case
of alleged neglect ol a Mrs. Joseph, who
Is In destitute circumstances and who
claims that those of her faith denied 1.t
Poverty almost to the extent of starva
tion through the deserllon of her hus
band and the severe Illness of her young
est child, which kept her from the work
by which she supported her children, are
admitted to be the real facts of the case
But exception has been taken to a letter
written b her to Mrs. J W. Ure and
which was designated as Insulting. Mrs.
Fro Is president of the Relief society of
the Fifteenth ward. When asked about
this letter Mrs Josephs said.
"Yes, 1 ) 11 write a letter to the worn
an who keej3 the provisions but I did
not know It was Insulting I simply wrote
to h r begging her to do something for
me 1 mid h r 1 hod asked f..r help time
and again and It had not come. I sold In
that b iter that I would leave It with the
l.ord whether she had proved a true Sls
t' i In the church to me when sir- could
allow my little children to cry for bread.
If thai is Insulting 1 did not know lt
cm not look to the Mor
mons for any help, for they have failed
me In my greatest need."
J. W Ore, wJios'e wife was the recipient
of the letter spoken of, called on The
Tribune yesterday. He says
"I wish to be set right with the readers i
of your paper and all those who know
me. I have brought with me the letter
and you may Judge for yourself whether
It could be called Insulting."
Ho produced the letter, of which the
following Is a reprint
"Madam. I understand you have been
trying to Injure me- and my little ones.
You have Hod. and mad. me and my little
ones suffer for bread, but you will never
have tho chance again. I never have met
ou and 1 hope I never will, for I don't
think It will be very good for you Now
rill that Is the matter with you refusing j
my little ones bread Is because you want
It for your own family. May God, and
not mo, do as he sees fit with you You
hay I am not worthy of help. You say
I am not satisfied with an thing 1 think
I have donated all I have had and more.
T was more thankful, but now I know !
.vhere I can get help, and not go to the
Twenty-fourth ward i em very thank
ful to Brother Elder and Brother Bally
and fumlly When my babv gets well,
vou have the privilege of proving your
lies. May God forglv vou for your heart
less ways. Is my prayer. You may hurt
rn with your hard tongue, but you can
not m religion, nor shake my faith
"FROM MRS EMMA JOSEPHS,
"No. 42 Depot Avenue.
"You can show this to the bishop If you
like. 1 never was treated so msan in "my
life If It had nol been for outsiders and
Gentiles, we would h.lo starved T n,. r
asked help but once and promise you I
never will again Vou may think Just
what you like, but I hao no use for
Mr UM continued-
i live at km West First South street
and have charge under Bishop Boud of
the supplies and money furnished by do
nation from each member once a month
My wlfo Is president of the society for
the relief of destitute, people in our ward.
I do not know this woman although I
have sent her coal and food twice or
three times before this. I havo never seen
or spoken to her. however, nor has my
wife done so On this occasion the wom
an sent her Utile girl to me ayklng fop
help, as th. y had nothing to efit No.v
I am not supposed Co give fo outsiders
without an order from Bishop Bond and
so my wife toi.i the child to have her
mother go to him and get this order In
stead the child went herself to the bish
op S house, where she WBS told by his
wife that he would not be home until
evening, but thai she would have him al
' n l to their wants at that time Now
it si ns that the little girr must hive
returned and ond told tin mother that
they would not give her anything, ihlr,
woman has not been hero very long and
Is Considered an outsider, but sho has 1
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS I
j Only 3 days till Christmas. Store open evenings all this week.
! Ties--most popular Sw r i
t nnu m&h, Cjloves aIso PW an I
ot all Lhnstmas eitts ;fpk,
fsssssssssrSP imP0rtant Pt HI
I for men. y'mJL 4.u v L
1 Wm'-Hm this Amas gift game g
Are here in splendid ..j a, among the things
! array of most exquis- pfl men likc best
ite holiday designs. pH You can make no
I Nomatterhowmany lf g mistake in giving
ties he hast one of him a pair of gloves. I
the beauties will nQj t 4 :
jy iprf Dress Gloves, lined,
ij please him. msih 50c t0 $3 00 1
j ! All fashionable Wf H Dressed Gloves, unlincd,
i i j slnr' m 75c to $2-25
9 shapes and patterns. iflfmW t? r ct no . c-nn
r r - (7 Mull Glove?, $1.00 to So.OO (
: 25c to $2. 0 yjj Wool G!oves 25c to $J 50 j
j mmi t always things that always I
PIE&SE THE Wm DELSSHT TOE BOYS J
p House Coats $5 to $20.00 Sweaters 50c to $2 50 I
I Bath Robes $4 to $18 00 tejgim 50c to $1.50 I
I Fancy Suspenders . . 50c to $3.50 Gloves 25c to $1.50
Mufflers 25c to $3.50 Ties 25c and 50c I
BIG LOTS OF WINTER Mm AND OVE3G0STS 1
L ST3LL mim &T SALE PRICES j
I ONE PRICE. P , r 136-138 Main St. I j
THE. QUALITY STORE.
gMBMMMMMslllPf'W'l ,IMI' II I llsMsl iBssssssssssssgBaaiklj-JtAT' TgaanwsBf 1
Games and Holiday Goods urn
j ALL TOYS AT GOST j ALL 6AMES AT. HALF PRICE I
Pr:miuiDs or Staup . Willi Ev;ry $! 0) Purchase J Premiums or Stamps With Every $1.00 Pnrciias
SPIELS ?m THE EXT THREE HAYS I
2n0 15c Checker Boards, Ca 250 Choice Bound Book?, standard 400 pieces of Heavy Satin Purple I
at each authors and late novels; values, Ribbon, 10c to 2 C V
50c to yard, all width? J f
200 inc Tin Kitchens, Op J2.00 HALF PRICE.
at each 75 Trimmed Hats; all new jrnods; I
2.".o Folding Checker Boards, with values $6.00 to $10.00 CO QK f
500 10c and 16c Boxes of checkers; 10c regular Oa each; choice & I
Cube Blocks, nt each value; as a special ?
,nr.lTp ,Vl,(, r,.... rr 400 extra fine Linen Handkerchief. p
' ' " ' '' x '"of pic Note 3 25C fine, aheer. hemstitched;
Paper, at each uusgif.9. at eu h 35c to 60c; choice E
200 pairs of Evening Olovea; Elbow 10 r' -orrT:, 20 dozen Hardwood Bows, that can-
and Shoulder lengths; $2.50 to 6c to '"'00 HALF PRICE. not J)e purChased elsewhere at
5 pair; 1 OK 76 hand-madi Fancj I is- les9 than K
choice J 1 kets. 6Gc to $3.00. ... HALF PRICE. 15c... vrv
All Bric-a-Brac, Cut Olass, Sterling Silverware at Half Price. Ail Furs,
fciderdown Long and Short Kimonasand LSath Robes at Half Price.
'foOTi R flJl ,n Go,d Tradinff 5tamps With All ft Aft fMolllPIi '
y dJ.UU Purchases to the Amount of dhUJ
jfe ou Collect Stamps, We (Jive Premiums of HpWjaglknHIl
I aS w Solid Silverware, Children's Games or Baskets SnrSw
' " BRTLG'S J; '
been helped several times, a-s 1 can show
yOU by the books ln which 1 keep the
Society's accounts. L-al AuRUft 1 m -self
puld for one-half ton of co.nl as there
wan no money ln at that time."
In reply to a question here Mr Ure
stated that the coul cume from Martin
Coal company and was ordered about the
last of the month.
Mr. Ure continued.
"Thin Ik all I have to sav on the mat
ter except that we hnc our instructions
Lorn the bishop to help anyone appl ln
to us Gentile or Mormon at least until
they are cured for by th cltv authori
ties" The statement rerrardlnK the coal was
later verified by the Martin Coal com
pany, who said 1000 pounds of coal had
been delivered to Mrs. Joaenhn on August
:-0 by order of Mr. Pre. The bill for It
was settled by Mr Pro September 3.
Drought Becomes Alarming.
pittsiu'rg. Dec. 21 The scarcity of
water caused by a three-months' drouth
In assuming alarming proportions In this
vicinity Not slm c the drouth In 1V.1
haa the water supply been so short, and
208 MAIN ST.
California and Eastern races. Direct
wire for all spoiting events.
serious consequences ; i . feared If tho
drouth Is not soon broken CokS oveim,
ecu I mines and railroads havo been com
pelled to pHrllally susp nil n i 'i.ina and
unions relief conies soon the mills also
Will be nerlOUSly affected. The public
schools of Wlmerdlng and Wlklnaburgi
ntar here were dismiss 'd today on ac
count of no water.
The output of the coke ovens has been
reduced one-third and tho oss Ih isil
matad at 11,000,000 n month.
In the country districts ihe farmers are
obliged to melt the snow In order to ob
tain water for the catllu.
WHOLES ALU DFvUfJOISTsV
OIOABS A SPECIALTY.
3POSTOFPICE B03E STO,
KAw, C. 5ml it. Prrnldent
John P Cobb. Vlc-Prcsldent aad I)
I; F. L. Pearl. Secretary. 1-J
'J H A. Knowl9. Treaaurtr. I
Turf Excliange B
CALIFORNIA AND EASTEBN
And All Sporting Events.
Jg3 W. 2nd South,. -