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WjJB SALT LAKE TKIBl'XE. THURSDAY MOKNL(i, DECEMBER 14, 1905. 5
Itlional Developments Are
WpJin Case of Pronii
ifflTN'K. 'TIS SAID,
TO RKMAIN IN TEXAS
ATff(ir Divorce Viniulmeiit
Zest of Mysterj to
1 the Action.
Bl.toRK. Dr- J-- The trial of
P u jjuiTi mel, one of Nr-w York's
Efeanspirar-y. "n 111,5 calcn-
Btj( Jit"'i' R,',P'"rs ln th Supreme
Pjyj, Thi charge against Hum
Wgft int ef li" sensational Dodge-
Wr,r. iii "
' KjiU'. Hummel entered Into a con
,., I i
B5,rr.-Mio c.iurt Justice Edgar L
Cjjv.,, m Imll " i on the charge
Bjjntry In the Mine c.ie
fjated Divorce Annulled.
fcK,pini' ml I-tI ir charges
HLd after an Investigation by
kTY: ,r . .t.i "i" :il legations
Efprr manner in efi"..n t., j . r- -LVZ
iniiulmer.t "C 'I'" 'f 'II-
KTmiIi1' hv Mr. I'leinentK I'mli;.-
Limit.-. A fl r this
E Mrc Du.ie tv i- married to
K, TV. !..:-,-. . ' apltallst, of this
aVfc) L v,rv prominent in hanking
'SMsational Stivy Told
fteol i4'J- -'l '' II, 'I' sir.- to ..',il;ilri
IV. ' ' I ' V. .is
to tli' r.-hy l-iva li.I t th.
Slliv !.. ..f. .'i.'l M -i Whs It
Lcght t.i Invalidat- this ma i ri.i
kHcy: l i .1' finit. ly burned, but
Bft Miaii.!i.il si'.rl. v h iv. 1. n
Kkdon oa the subject, the most
KrSi llr.)T t'l it i '!. Innitl .f In-
Irstcisti of .i .i: ) .haired
that anoth. i marriage mli,ht
Hriso with ' M
Koan Catholic church under the
VM Dodg? Presents Claim.
Had ppearc-d in the proceedings as
for Charles F Dodge and pr--Siili'j
hv li never
1 rved with the summons
Ba Dodge's cult: that he was not
HM by I ill 1 1 l.i I. ami
Httet-A mi). Iii? ..f th.' 'Matt, i un
' . ii With a . C rtlllrate ..f
9 Find Letters From Dot! fro.
Br Jojt ee Furstnan then came
nE i. 'in-. I ...r Mrs. Morse
Bae!rt;l pr. lines emilnu.'d up
Bpn!nt tth. ; .1. uuarv -i. (
Hir.M-"" unnulnienl was enter-d
sfcprn-. i.. uit Th' n an altoi ne
VSr.it- . -1 ; ie pa-
BlKdce ami who ha. I ).. n i v r k
c;.' ti. tose his pr..f.-.ssiinal r.-;.i-
4j,-" I 1 -. " c - t.i
BWr P.JK'-r. also a'f.irt: as lug
BsMfi h-'i l"-.-n . l v. ii u )ii.. rv
Bjhirf' s'llt ami .ii.lli.ii-lzlng It.
St-' his ..tt"" ItURer had dh .1
Bvkt latter proceed
I Says Hummel Interested.
jn ai -.ii- i'i.li. 'I i n perjurv,
w a long and hitter legal battle
HmgM :"'k fr..m II.. i v t . , x
fcVr ef II iiiiiii. 1 v I. iv. tirni i. pr- -Ii'li.''-
" T. x.ts i, ,- . ff,.ris I..
W 'ilr..iltl..ri t.. . ,v ,u Ml. r
hDKi;!,! k I,.,,. ,,. , !,,,,.
Isy-' II 'i'i,
1 ' i'tateel t-. htm the falsei
Wr. 'I' ' 11 H' "I I " n pl-lltlfullj
ih mam the ( whh h
W w ,i th. . r .
1W arev.-nt hl r.-liirn to Sew York
P u'"'1 r He- dir. .-n..ii ,( 1 I im-
M Be-rin Srcur-.nrr y
2- 1 i - .
ptvl for Hummel im ....,' , i , i ..- af.
t wr .-..n.-.l. .Mid ii.. work ..f
' 1 v -' . Jiir; I " gan
WtnotK.n uf liisirl.-i A it. . m . .Te
b"" r i l l- 11 iimmii ' in
iCcrey Will Not Resign.
f TORK. Dec. 13 -The Tribune
MMatH In official .,uarters ves
"ei Ham K. f'orey will "not
pw position as pr. - ld nl of the
Lt .i? " 1 ' orpo,',i.,n ..,,.1 f,,r
the mr-mbi r.s of th. hoard of
hn J''- imnimounl In ik af
Wl wpect him to r. ?lgn
Revalue of charcoal
?ple Know How Useful It Is
I la Preatrcing Health and
T';',"'"h ''' k'.M-.-. v that char-
S.'ifi-: and iiimM . In lent
Pnd purifier In ni ture. but
f2 Hi- v tin... whi n taken Ii to
system for the same cleans-
Krt . 1 lhe beU,?r. It Is not a
LKr' , ; tj" .-i-'.n.H th
Imp,,,,,.,.. d present
L'h and Inl-tlnes and , at -Jgra
out of the SVM, m
2r'A :-''' '' after
2- Anting or aft(.r ,.;ttln
Jj4oth,r ,.,..,., , ,ne
K-i, u lh"; ;iK natural
I d" 'alt, ,,-tl.
W , h i'"v.'. i H
VUd iv" 1 I,r",ab' the best
K2m ''. ..,
V ehar,o- . "n":',t l-wd-r.-.i
V n i . ba,"r thf'r ha"nles
,J being mixed slth
fcllnUa?muchh?P ,oze"S.-H will
V N !,;ullh oh.-
sK" C b, t "ult
' Ut on contrary.
t'WfS i o'' Rays MI vlae
Wr.wv th ' "' "pi.
fjalfiVi '"' 1,r":a1'- mouth ami
f?Cill)ut 1., 'i-'i'v ui f them:
'W, ' 'ly-flY cents a box
E'fcUn, .,. ' 'Hhout I In
" 'r,-r ' ' '1 in
y Qurcoal tablets."
wSSSJSffi Th? ls a "--hman at
eiQvv iTith pend u, Ghrtatmaa hou-
eiuss v.th Senator and Mr-j nnnrnn
P?anfoni inhe past four months u
h 11, ' .WJ" SPnf! two weeks of the
fon SSnStHS- Hn" M Thomas Bin
InS two Z I M,,nTr, y' lU- '-main.
San wlu th' '' 'n-y family
M rs i O riUl i Mr and
Vi'i . R Bothwel Miss Maude
Wheeler and Mlu Bcsele Crokall JK2
i?h 7' Di 1 ' w'ln remain at th.
Merton u'h Pl be joined b
""n w heeler fr.mi lorncll
wnV'v,,, I Colbourne of Rowland Hall
, ' u , hV" u" Uh 1,1 N' V..rk and
fn'Ti Vlenvfi" with the Spaldinii
rhS"yH S?M E,?a, MlssCatne
ine Smiley win i- )n .,.. v, .., V ,
for the holidays. Mil Dva .V
Helonan vacation with friends In
Cant and Mrs. William TJ. Dashlell oi
th- Tw.-nty-fourth Inf.-intrv. is ho has-e
I'.- n t he- Kui t.v of nr ,ln(J Mra j i i,.
Ail- 3 for s. s-i nil day. l,.f f,,, s hi I raii
CISCO On Monday, from where they win
sail feir tho Philippines about the ZOtll
apt. Dashlell has spent lis. v.-:, is on the
siands and has been visiting friends in
the East on a furlough.
Vi ord was received esterdav of the
marriage on Monday, the nth' Inst., al
Hie Methodist Plnlsc.pnl church Of San
Diego. Cai . of Mlsc Genevieve M
Uerlll daughter e.f Mr and Mrs v.
Averlll of s.m Diego, and J..r p yon
Of ihls city. Res. tr,i.,t Mclntvre of
Jlciatlng Mr Lyon ts well and popularly
known in this itv -mi. he and hJfi brldi
will bo welcomed by a host of frn i d
Mrs S. H. Plnkerton rnt.rtaind at
luncheon yesterday, followed by a card
party, ln h-i apartment at th'.- Emerj
H"l" "five, hundred' hmg the game
played The guets were Mrs Fred Wcy,
Mra Isadon Mayer, Mr. Sands Vlra
Joseph l.uce, Mrs. Jos C Land nberger,
Mrs. Von Knohhick. Mrs c C. Slndc
Mrs KiSBlok, Mih. A l.unian Miss
Marie Luce. Miss R..e M.jrrin. Ml s
On this evening will take place the
marriage of Miss Ant.iln. tte LambOUmC
and Ernest Fowler at X o'clock The
ceremony will he witnessed bv the relii-tlv.-s
of the bride and groom, and will
be followed by a large reception.
Mrs Ethel Ott Clark entertained at a
EG nslngtou yesterday afternoon in honor
"f Miss Sue riark. ln a guessing game tin
prize was awarded to the gu. si ..f honor
Mrs. Clark was assisted by Miss Florence
Lannlng and Miss-Fannie Breeden. Thi
guests were Mesdumes McMnllen Yate.i.
William McCalllSter, G: E. Paris. George
Ames. L C. Kelsev George Ooddard. W.
M Pischcii, George Walker Misses 3t
Clark. Florence L. nning. Blanche Btrlck
ley, Abble Herman. FUlbort, Crawford,
Mildred Ott. Irma Walker. Mcintosh
Mabel Carson, Breeden
MlSfl Ylnnle Rhoades will entertain at
a luncheon today at th'- Alta club.
Miss Anna McComlck entertained at
Mrs William Igleheart will give an
evening "With the Later English Poei
at Rowland hull next Monday evening.
Miss Kathryn Maddison who has spent
the past year or more In Chicago, re
turns to Salt LakT- the latter part of t'.n
coming w. ek. and w 111 be at home with
her mother and sisters at No. 2 Progress
Dean and Mra. James Q Eddie left for
the coast last evening
The New York Central Lines.
The only lines with a terminal In
New York City Grand Central station
in the heart of New York's hotel,
business and theater district. The fol
lowing are a few of their world-renowned
trains. "The Twentieth Cen
tury Limited," making th" Journey be
tween Chicago and New York In IS
hours, Is n palatial" hotel on wheels;
"The I,akc Shore Limited." a 23-hour
train, famous for Its elegance ami com
fort. "The Wolverine," a fast train, via
the Michigan Central, mnkes the "Jour
ney in 22 hours. "The Empire State Ex
press, ' between Kuffnlo and New York
is the pioneer fast train of America;
The Buffalo Pittsburg Limited." be
tween th "Queen city of the Lakes"
and the "World's Steel t enter", "The
Southwestern Limited." offering su
perior service between St Louis and
Sleeping car reservations and full in
formation may be nbtalneej, from Er
win Tears, Colorado Passenger Agent.
1017 17th street. Pener.
Weather for today Partly cloudy nn 1
yesterday's record at the lecal office of th.
Maximum temperature JS .Jeprreg; minimum
teniprrature. 17 d'grw: RlSan temperature.
2S. degrees, which In 6 degrees below thn nor
mal Accumulated deficiency of temperature stn e
the first of the month. M degrees
Accumulated xcee of tcmperaturo since
January' 1. 2JS degree.
Te.tal precipitation from 6 p. m. to C p. nv.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation since
the flrl of the month. .19 inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation since
the llrot of January. I 74 Inch
Relative humidity at G p. m.. B per cent.
Abilene. Tex S
AMi.vllle, N C -10 "J
Atlanta. Ga M M
Bismarck. X D 2 JJ
Boise. Ida W ?
Boston. Maaa W
Buffalo. X. V 10 3S
( alro, III -
Calcary, N. W T 16 i
rhurleFtoti. 8 C... - g
Chicago. Ill g
Denver. Colo g
Detroit. Mich 30 U
Hedge. Kan 2- -
Klklns, W. Va SO 1
Bl Paso. T 3G U
Galveston. Tex J
Oraad Junction. Colo A 6
Havre. Mont g
Helena. Mont ' 3-
Kain loops ....
Kansas City Mo
Knoxvllte T.nn "
Lander. Wyo -
Lltllo tUKk. Ark
I.w Angeles. Cal f
Miles City. Mont J
Modepa, I'tah -
Montgomery. Ala... -J
M -h. ad. Mien ' "
Xew Orleans. Im H
Stw York City "
x..rfoik. Ya :;
Noiihfield. Vt H '
North Platte. Neb
Omaha. Xeb tft c,
Phoenix. Arlx ,
Pittsburg. P I ),,
Rapid '-',t' .t
St. Louis, Mo "' .. ,
hi Paul, Minn " ',,
Snult St.. Marie. Mich J
8an Kruii- l'C", Cal ',
San la Fe. N. H rt-
Berantohi h -
Spokane. Wash "7,
Swill fMrr.-nt 4..
Vlcte.rla. B C..A Jg ,,
Washington. D. t G j,,
Winnemueea, Kev 4 Jfi
Winnipeg n o
S BntPjjW asr "sjjmtsB mm HPJ Tl BJPJ M wtts a wiv
A WJ rfe li J il W W
for (infants and Children.
Tie Kind You toe Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tilt c;ntuo coHptny, tt uusbv htbcct. new youk oity.
17 WIIMIijssMIIMM i III i i il
WHAT IS "PERSECUTION" ?
Edltorlsl In the l.s'-rt News. Y'tcembcr
Persecutors In our enlightened age,
as a rule, are ashamed of their occu
pation. They dare not openly defend
warfare on their fellowmen on account
of difference of opinions, as was done
by mans p. i . .-utors from the days of
Augustine and all through the middle
ages The- spirit of the time Is general
ly again-Ji tnls evidence of barbarism
The persecutors are1, therefore, under
the necessity of representing thom-
s. i is as champions of law ..id order.
There Is, they say. a wide difference
between persecution and prosecution,
betwi-i ii p. is.-, utors and prosecutors,
and they laim the distinction "f being
N'o'.s, this argument may appear to
some as eXceedlnglj lucid and forcible.
P.ut ii is, nevertheless, a clumsy efforl
to divert attention from the real nature
of the work of those engaged In bitter
persecution, it is as If a physician
were to defend the willful killing of an
enemy under the pretext of performing
a necessary operation. The crime would
b.1 foul murder just the same, no mat
ter how tdaborale the efforts to conceal
the fact. And bo. persecution ls perse
cution, whatever may be the pretext
for It. And persecutors cannot success
fully conceal their bulky masses by
burying their ugly beaks In the ground
Prosecution sometimes Is nothing but
persecution In disguise. It Is safe to
so characterize It. when th" Evil me
himself and his tools assume the role
of prosecutors A well-known Instance
ls that of the woman In the Gospel
narrative upon whose conduct the
Savior was aked u pass Judgment, by
a i rowd of hypocrites and moral per
verts The Muster knew them and their
secret motives, and. though they, cer
tainly, in their accusations happened t"
be on the side of the law. He answered
them us they deserved, by enunciating
the principle That the one among them
without sin might ast the first stone.
They were persecutors In the guise of
prosecutors, and no tit accusers of a
weak fellow being. Htnce the rebuke.
SO well merited, no matter what ssas
the status of their victim. It Is a pity
that modern Pharisees so often forget
this fundamental principle of justice,
anil undertake to sweep the premises
of their neighbors with their own
soiled brooms, unfit fof anything but
the moral garbage pile!
Again, when alleged prosecutors
shoss unjust discrimination, they may
rightfully be branded as persecutors.
If several person arc guilty of th"
same misconduct, and only one Is called
to account. If this in Invariably the
rule, prosecution becomes persecution,
particularly If mallei- and thirst for re
venge are th - sentiments Inspiring the
proceedings. A man who singles out
a certain class in a, community and
makes them the Objects Of false reports.
xaggeratlng their possible human
weaknesses, misinterpreting every
act and miscenstrutng every word;
denng all iti his power to in
flame mobs and turn friendship
Into hatred, and all this for per
simal gain alone, he is as surely a per
secutor .is Nero was. though he may
hid. himself behind a prosecutor. An
Instance of this is furnished by the
sufferings of the J.mss in Russia. It has
been abundantly proved that th--pr.-judi".
s and superstitions of the Rus
sians are periodically and methodical
ly mnde use of by unscrupulous
s.-oundr. 1- against thai unfortunate
race. Th. mobs an stirred up to mur
der and pillage to hide the guilt of
the agitators, and to help them fin their
pockets with plunder. But these agi
tators and their tools are persecutors.
cv;n if they can prove that Jews are
mortals, sometimes with the weak"
n eSS6S and faults of mortals. Their
motives and their modes of procedure
brand them as such.
It Is further a notable fact thai perse
cution very often has taken the form
of prosecution. Sometimes mobs have
risen and turned against the victims
Of their hatred With fire and blood, but
at other times persecutors take the
pains of giving their proceedings the
appearance of legality. If no laws ex
ist thut serve their purpose they will
have laws made. If they can. or. un
usual constructions of law will be tried.
Testimony, even If false anl liberally
paid for, Will be Introduced. Such has
been the practice of the more rellned
persecutors throughout all ages. Even
the Roman emperors did not Buffer pi r
Secutlon to rage except after the Issu
ance of decrees, the; defiance of whh h
made the condemnatidn of the Nasa-re-nes
to the arena, or the cross, ap-p.-ar
perfectly legal. Millions of mar
tyrs throughout all ages wero con
demned by legally constituted as
semblies, parliaments and courts.
This ls a fact that does not appear to
be perfoi tly clear to some w ho view
the past only In the light of the pr. Bent.
Most of the martyrs of history were
the "law-breakers" of the age ln which
th v lived The great and divine
Founder of the . hurch certainly was
convicted of "blasphemy." on Hln own
confession, as blasphemy was under
stood by His ecclesiastical Judges, and
was therefore pronoun, ed worthy of
death. Th-.- ssars of extirpation that
1 1. waged against Waldenses and Ai
bigenses, against Camlsards ami others,
In which thousands perished by tin
sword, while others were driven into
exile, were legal. In so far as they were
authorised by the legally constituted
authorities for the purpose of ' protect
ing" SOClety against "dangerous" In-
fuii nces These te were breaking the
laws Of their timo and age.
Others, OOt martyrs una yet great re
formers, were at one time notorious
law-breaker: Yv'hrit was Luther, when
ho stake ! his life In opposition to the j
emperor and the diet? ' r. when he
broke his vows and Induced a nun,
pledged to single life to become his
wife? As sten through the glasses of
his antagonists, he was a transgressor j
of the laws of both God and man, and
If he had not sUceeded In his work he
WOUld, In all probability, have been so
regarded by historians to Ihls day.
While concealed at Wartburg, was he '
not virtually a "fugitive from Justice?"
GhlBtavus Vasa was a "traitor," when
he, at the head of insurgents, over
turned the oppressive rule of foreign
ers In his country, but he is neverthe
less one of the greatest patriots and i
liberators of history. And how many ,
of these are there who did not eom
menco their career In opposition to
some law, or lawful Institution?"
And so It goes. " Law-breakers" of
one age are often, in succeeding ages,
honored as hemes, martyrs, and re
formers. And It follows as a corollary
that the prosecutors of one age often
are by other ages branded as persecut
ors. Sometimes laws have to be broken
or progress would be Impossible, be
cause all human laws are imperfect
and need modification, as times and
conditions change. These are simple
facts of history and experience, which
should not be overlooked w hen the sub
ject of persecution Is discussed. All
law-breakers are certainly not martyrs,
or reformers. No sane person makeu
that assertion. Many law-breakers ln
all ages arcslmply malefactors. But
many of the martyrs whom we now
honor were also classed among the law
breakers of their age. and history re
peats Itself from age to age a fact It
would be consummate folly to deny.
VERY LOW EXCURSION KATES
For Christmas Holidays,
To all points on the Nickel Plate road
between Chicago and Buffalo. Dates of
sab-. December 2'.. 24. 36 30 and 31. 190S.
and January 1, 1906, with limit return
ing January 3. 1906, Rate one and a
third fare for the round trio. Indi
vidual club meals, ranging In price
fr to SI oo and midday luncheon
50c. served In Nickel Plate dining-cars
also service a. la carte. No excess fare.
Chicago City ticket offices, 111 Adams
st. and Auditorium Annex Depot, La
Salio and Van Buren sts., the only
depot in Chicago on the elevated loeip.
Write Mr. Chas. E. Johnson. District
Passenger Agent, SR Seventeenth st.,
Denver. Colo., for Information
Clearing Sale, :lb Per Cent Discount
On the entire stock of clothing Rich & I
Son, 217 Main street.
HEARST PARTY TO EXPAND
Municipal Ownership Leagtie Will In- I
vade the State.
Ni;v YortK'. Dee 13. Announcement
was made nt the Municipal Ownership
league headquarters last night that the
organisation, would extend its work
throughout th.- State and country under
the name of tin- Independent league. Su
preme Court Justice Btover, on applica
tion of Thomas GJlIeran yesterdaj sin-.i
the articles of Incorporation of the league.
The .-liven directors who sign.. I the
pi titlon f"i Incorporation an- William
Hard. I Iph Hearst, Samuel Si-aburv. James
G. Phelp.s Stok. v Thomas Gllb-ran ii.
Augustus llavlland, Max K Ihmsen, Mel
vln I'alll.-.-i. John I'almlerl. John Ford,
Clarence J. Shearn and Bird S. Color.
A i?.!. '"...l i?SHS! i2--J! Forover '
T R follx Gournud's Orlontnl 1
si7 Croam or Mogiool Boautifler.
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(Joui nml's Creum m the least hirmrul of oil lbs
slln rjrenrMon " j Mlt by all JniMit, sod l incT.
Uoods nVsUrt In ttc I'ollcJ suii-, Canada and Europ. I
kcJlD.T.HCPIslHS, Prco., 37 Great km Stmt Ntw Twk.
For sal by F. C. Schramm, F. J. Ulil I
Drug Co. and Chas Yun Dyke.
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ALBERT 8. REISER,
U a 18T SO. BELL TEL
Watche;i. Diamonds and
F.KPAIR WORK A SPECIAliTT '
Bell 'phone 3.J00. Ind pboae
H N BTANDISH. v.. t-r.
:3 EJrt Beec.ii.J South Street
A Fliic PAIR Of
BRUSHES FOR $1.00.
This is an exceptional
olTer that will not last
lon. because we have
only a few. We have more
expensive brushes in dif
ferent sizes and woods, if
yon eare for something
handsomer. Ebony, rose
wood, foxwood. and also
celluloid. AH prices.
WHERE THE CARS STJ?.
The Great Prescription
I FIRE SALE
' AT THE
& ANSON CO.,
123-125 MAIN ST.
Greatly reduced prices on
piano?, organs and all sorts of
Who Is Leyson'6?
The largest onc-prlce Jewelry hojse
In the Intermo.intaln country. Esery
thlng first-class, with ample guaran
tee to protect the purchaser
We will mall, free, our two Illus
trated catalogues (one of watches. A4,
and the other of diamonds and Jew
elry, B4, to any address.
'Phone 05 for the correct time.
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' 'AN DIES.
ST AT I INERT.
CIGAR CASES, ETC., ETC.
Halliday Drug Co.,
NEW BTORE I
i ipposite and South Salt Lake I!
Handsomest Soda Fountain In the I I
Till; INVISIBLE BIFOCAL.
The Colurahlan Special Lens. rj
Two lensi s that Will appeal to glass H
w a i rs We if. solo agents for these I
two speclaltlei We ss..i, id gladly I
denion.strato their superiority.
Columbian Optical Co.,
20S So. Main str.-et. Silt Lake '.'its '
Denver Omaha Kansas City, D .'.
"'""l' III III III II 1 1 nil I IISMIIM
YOlJi CKEPTj IS iOOB
New line of Ladles' Coats, SkIjij j
and Waists Just arrived,
Men's. Women I B9d Children'!
up-to-date C lot bins.
74 W. SECOND SOUTH.
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107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
A proper dentifrice properly uned
saves teeth, beauty and pain.
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NATURAL UTHIA WATER.
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Rl-Cer Llrulley. Soil Lke. DlstrlbQters I
ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD I
DON'T OVERLOOK A SINGLE ONE OF THESE EXTRAORDI-
NARY SPECIALS IN OUR
...NOTIOIM SEeTIN... II
b They'll relieve much of the trouble that's occasioned In making I
Il our Christmas purchases and save at least one-half the purchase price
Thursday OnlyFancy Penholder
a 60 Doz. Gold Plated Pens in Pearl Holders, best 1 e 3
26c value, on sal at ... J UC B
B -" Doz i .old Plated ivns, with White or Burned Ivory 9tr i
Holder, very nobby, value 50c, on sale at a-OC 1
9 STERLING SILVER THIMBLES
I 8-1 Doz. Sterling Silver Thimbles, good heavy quality, excellent 1 Q
I 50c values, on sale at
I j loo Doz. Pleture Plaques ln neat gilt frame, with chain, Op
7-inch size, value 25c, on sale at OC
j 1"0 Doz Picture Plaques in neat gilt frames, endless variety of 1 C
designs, y-lnch size, value 40c, on sale at '
1 70 Ddz Picture Plaques In gilt lrame-s, -with chain and neat gilt ornu-
me.its. I2-lnch size, the prettiest subjects ever shown in this 1 Qn
line, value 50c. on sal at I 31
l.n I o7 of those- beautiful oval Plaques just received, if you wer dis
appointed a? the last sole on this number In getting what or as 1
many a.i you v. anted, here's another chance; the are 9Rr
worth 75c each- in this sale they'll go at . -OC
I t ...UNUSUAL NWS IN... H
Instead of waiting till the end of th I
season to clear out some of the suit I
stock, we are going to do it now. gl - j9
Ing the women the chance to buy for
les when they have the most need R
our $12.50 and $15.00 Suits, made of I
black blue and brown all-wool suiting. I
Jackets 30 Inches long, made like lllur.- B
tratlon SPE'IAL FOR THURSDAY B
'""$70 j I
SEWING MACHINE ! I
WILL PLEASE YOUR WIFE
FOR eHRISTiVfflS j I
Sold on Easy Terms. $5.00 Cash, $3.00 Per Month.
Just received craload shipment, which gives you a large assort-
S ment to select from.
PLEASED TO HAVE YOTJ CALL.
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White Sewing Machine Co., f I
29 WEST FIRST SOUTH.
H We repair sewing machines.
IU Salt ake ty Breu?in Co.
"OUR A1BEBICAN BEAUTY BEES" Q I
Of all diinks thiti popular beer io the most C55iA
j pure and wholesome. Purity ia absolutely es- Eici
sential to proper fermentation without -vh'.ch t'LJ Mm
i beer would not be palatable. Tho bitter of JwWn
hops is an excellent tonic and the malt sugar
!oi barley of a high food quality. amf nrfffl fwi
Free delivery to any part of the city. Mail HKjfiRfi HfSlI
orders also solicited. IIIhHiBBI
Sail Lake City Brewing I
J. MORITZ, General Manager. '
9 YOU WILL FIND THE LOWEST PRICES ON A
Diasiionds, Watches I
and Jewelry H
iMimT SAL SI6KLE
'V; '-y-Wf THE RELIABLE JEWELER.
iflvr$52r 75 Ea3t ,?econd South Street, Between Commercial and
''laV- State Streets.
70 East 3d South,
Gents' Snits1 $1.50
OlTCo f6 West '.st 8outh.
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