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P;:- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 190ft. 5 H
iSB CAPITAL STOCK
feWiil Be Held
L-c or the stockholders
Snlaln Cell Telephone
Jj&t the ceneral offices
Tin Salt Lake City on
L oM directors were rc
Marshall of this
icned. and was succeed
ed PayeKc Ida.
J, Elect Offlcors.
d th stockholders' mect
: ffet and elected the fol
CWgeY Wallace, presl
i Domey. vice-president;
v treasurer:; Robert B.
Kjry; D. S. Muray, gen
Wp. B." Ferguson, auditor.
Ejfesa the Capital.
ifL that at yesterday's
Erlhn of the Incrcasp of
WC 0f the company from
Km would hac been
Ctolderatlon of his matter
Mitch 9, when a special
Eftitnce Being Held.
Crtnnce of the division
fnj general officers of
Chi htld yesterday, ana
XTiciIn today Various
Xt4 the affairs of the com
Mtf stites In which If opcr-W--
Idaho and Wyom
Esftd and plans for the
Wfti evening the supcrln
WiLtis of deoartments will
ilKuflMt bv General Man
Kar it the Alta club.
wLi Those Present.
I torn outside points are:
m Helena, Mont.. A J.
Vk. Wye-; F. C. Stanford,
Wjji Lmestrcni, Pocatello,
fyCteur d'Alcnc, Ida.
it'Cmsade Against the
f Labor Injunctions.
iFcb. ft Asking the co
il the labor unions In the
ppblcal Union No. 16
tcitd an anti-Injunction
feparpose of organizing
ejjalast the Issuance of
mt trrlte during times
I ottr labor troubles,
fea of Labor will be
esle the league, and If
(h national In Its scope,
iuy &dp, however, the
s!id a committee of five
ijijn of action. It Is
movement will follow
tU start. It Is expected,
ghlp of 75,000 trade
Mfolby the printers that
mft nt of the labor or
country have been
VS strikes. These have
tf close to a million men
Wl tilled In action, It was
folnlcal force might be
W toe Issuance of labor
jiffi of sawdust.
pams of thi3 cltv has
pncws of making a
Jears, At first the
F " make the spools
Wf ttwpapent. this being
vK a 8ubstance with
; fn heated, united it
Eik . er experiments
vr."? common sawdust
sj'OaL The ordinary
ML5iS ar,r nwde In four
Wuh I 'l'1 and l bar
sUf Mlcv-d that the
S&r much rnoro cheap-
f WAT ME
t7 Any Longer When
Quick, Sure Cure
mt1 by Simply Send
JJae and Address?
X Sent Absolutely
mfUln Wrapper to
JH Who Writes.
Sj?i?,v0n5l,ler a Der-
i 11 Js humlllat-
r a"d rarely a suc-
65 t0M.uK?1 ea9e- 1" your
S ,f ?! ,you "Btat
? I?3 tlkca 8"lion and m
M on t a? al1 1-aln.
fttSJ."1 8u,c'ent to
to the Tl"'ey crin b
j jy. 'Opting your
ffc 11 ..jf" 'sample
, jJC 4 T'HI Vrn 7 86,1(1 U
tSL1 C nf",? yo" the
S d qr,U qk' sure-
0. S. HAS 10 AFFAIR
11 TIE CONGO IDDii
Secretary Root States Uncle
Sam Only Party to Suppres
sion of Slavery.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2C.-The attitude
of the American Government toward the
conditions In the. Congo Free Statu and
the American deshc for some plan for the
administration for all of Central Africa
by the several powers ruling or exercia-
Ing a controlling Influence Chore, arc
stated In a letter sent bv Secretary Root
to Representative Deuby of Michigan
Secretary Root says this Government
has no power to investigate Congo condi
tions, ills letter follows:
"I have your letter of the 15th regard
ing the widespread feeling among vour
constituents that our Government ought
to do something to lilng about an inter
nntlonai Inquiry relative to nuthorltum a
adjudication of Issues to which the condi
tions supposed to exist lu the Cor go Fne
State are related.
"Vour Inquiry expresses tho difficulty
In the way. It Is not clear that tne
United States is ln a nosltlon to brlnjr
about such an international inqulrv and
Suppression of Slave Trade.
."We are parties to a general act for the
fluppresslon of the slave trade and the
regulation of the firearms and liquor traf
fics In Central Africa, but that act rele
gates and conflnes all power and functions
to those ends to the several powers hav
ing possessions or rtphtjiva of influence in
"The United States hns neither, and its
participation In the general act was on
the distinct understanding that we had
no territorial or administrative Interest
In that quarter. Our only potential func
tion Is In relation to the search and cap
ture of slave vessels within certain
water? of the African coast, and no occa
sion has arisen to exercise that function.
We are not parties to the other more
commonly cited treaty of tho Kongo
(signed at Berlin on February 25, 1SS3).-
"Our treaty relation to the ongu State
is that of one sovereign to another,
wholly independent of any relations
created by or deducible from the general
act of Berlin, which" applies only to It3
signatories. It Is questionable whether
the treaty rights of the signatories ex
tend to Intervention by any one or more
of them In the internal affairs of any of
Wo Have No Business There.
"The Congo Stato absolutely denies any
right on their part to Intervene in Its af
fairs, and none of the other signatory
powers appears to controvert that denial.
However this may bo, It Is certain that
the United States has no treaty right of
Intervention. We could not rightfully
summon or participate ln any interna
tional conference looking to Intervention,
adjudication or' enforcement of a general
accord by other African powers against
the Congo State.
"Moreover, we nre without opportunity
or power to investigate conditions ln the
Congo. We have in diplomatic or -consular
representatives In that country. We
could not send any one there except with
the consent of the Government of the
Congo to do otherwise would be an in
vasion of its sovereignty.
"Other powers, being parties to the gen
eral act of Berlin, have made investiga
tions through their authorized represen
tatives, and the Congo Government also
has went Investigating commissions Tho
Information wo have on the subject of
Congo misrule coined at second-hand
through opposite channels.
"Whenever complaints have been made
by the Interests In the Congo that the ad
ministrative conditions thero Impair
American rights or endanger American
establishments tho matter has been
brought, promptly and forcibly, before
the Congo Government and has neon met
with due assurance of Investigation and
If substantiated, full redress.
"In taking this course we act within
our sovereign rights, dlrectl and without
subordinating them to Judgment of any
third parties. So far aa we have rights of
our own In the Congo, It would be Impos
sible to submit them to nn International
"I most sincerely wish that some way
could be found by which tho whole of
central Africa could be rightly adminis
tered by the several powers ruling or ex
ercising a controlling influence therein so
as to realize tho Intention of thooe pow
ers when they framed the general act of
"Much may bo and doubtless la desir
able In way of good government ln that
vast region el.sewln r than In tho Congo.
If the United States had happened to pos
sess In darkest Africa a territory live
tlmc as great and ns populous as the
Philippines, we. too. might find good gov
ernment dltllcult and come In for our
share of Just or unjuft criticism.
"No such responsibility falls upon us.
That pertains to the powers who have
assumed control and undertaken by mu
tual agreement to regulate It exercise.
Very truly yours. EM HU ROOT."
Wenther for today I-ocuI rain or how;
Yes'.erdfiy's report at tlio local olllce of the
Maximum temperature. 51 deir-; minimum
l-mj)cruturj. 28 U-z. ; mean tempemture, 41
dt-ff . which Is 4 iIok, above Ihe normal.
Accumulated cxccds of temperature 8lnc the
llrt of tha month. 21 clop.
Accumulated cxce-3 of tempcrnturo since the
first of the year. SS i'cr.
Totul precipitation from 6 p. m. to C p. m..
Accumulated excess of precipitation nlnco
tlu first of the month, .10 Inch. '
Accumulated excsa of precipitation J-lnce
.l.inunrv 1, 1G Inch
Helntlvi; humidity at C p. m., 1C per cent.
Al.llfne, Tpx M
Ashevlllc. N. C 3C M
Atlanta. Ga - f
Blemnrck. N. I) 1" -
Boston. Mas- M
fluffulo. N. V.. 2 W
Cairo, lit -r 12
CalKarv. N. V. T v 50 . 22
nmrloslon. S. C W '9
Chicago. Ill 30 SS
Cincinnati. O i.-i.. 30 JS
Denvrr. Colo 20 o4
Oitit.lt MJch r 2S
DoURf. Knn r-
Oiiluth. Minn , -'-J
Klklna. A . Vu M H5
Kl Pumj. Tox , I
Culvfsjon, Tox CI
Cram! Jinicllon. Colo 25s c"
Havre. lnot 10 31
H-loiia. Mnot ...-22
Huron. Mich J
.Tuckonvllli5, Fla 48 4
Kamloopn 3. 41
Knnmn f'lty. Mo.... ...t.".A a
Knoxvlll". Tc-nn - ."..
l.andor. Wyo IS n
l.lttlo Rock. Ark .'.i S2 M
JVin AiiKolcf. Cal f2 cn
MIL'S City. Mont i. 2-( 4j
Mrtlnn, rtnh -f W
MontKoiiiery. Ala i....... 4- r,i
Moorhrod, Minn 1 J- I'
New Orltnn, ...... jj,
New York City .... 3 IS
Norfolk. Va : - '2
Nonhllold. Vl 32
North riatte. Neb ;
Omaha, Ncl - - i:
Phoenix. Ariz J
Plttaburg, Pa 30
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St. IxjuIs, Mo 3; I.
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izr - ., 0T InfantB and Children.
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i Aperiecl Remedy forConslipa- II tr USB
non.SourStomach.Diarrhoca $8 9 b
I Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- W $r C38 M B B (i1
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! Facsimile Signature of ft
TWO CCKTAUfl COMPAfTf. NCW YORK CITY.
ii i i lagETrjiraraTr-jnHC Wlllili U'lT1 Nriir'Inn'HYfm'MTgiBiiini n,
I SEATTLE, Wash., Feb. 22. Special I
' to State Journal: "2000 business I
' men mot here last evening in mass m
I . meeting1, and each signed an order re- H
I moving their Bell telephones on ac- 1
E count of poor . service. The City
I Council had been' appealed to but f
I failed to give relief. The Independ- r
j ent company has arranged to install i
ffl 6000 new 'phones at once." R
What Seattle and hundreds of other cities have
I done Salt Lake will do. WHY? Every business I
I man uses our 'phone when possible. WHY? IT
I TALKS. j
Did you ever hear anybody say it didn't? I
Did you ever hear anybody say the other did?
Isn't that all there is to it?
UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEFHSE j
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Changes in Salt Lake Soil Entered of
Kuril B. Well to Martin J. Frees, lot
" block 2. Heath's nub ... 3J0
Edward M Aahton to Gto.Bo T. Muson.
loin l to 20. block 2. North Columbia
f.'oree' I' ' 'Sanborn' to 'V. G.' Sitilth.' " haif
lnt.rJi in west hulf of southwest nuan
!"! objection 12. lwnBh,.r,..1..8.Mlh: ,005
q-Ilt' l'ako VnviRtineni VomVa'ny to calato
of C. A Knlcht. block 3. Lake View ,$
'Ii! " Smith to AVnorican ' SmemniVnd
Hellnlni; company, part of 8cllon 1..
town. hlP 1 Houth. rnnKo 3 west.. 1
I. m! Andorson to American 9''j'fnn"a
UeflnlnR company, part of section 10,
town-hlP 1 aouth. n.nKc 3 w-t . . ..... 1
fJonriro L,. Salibom to W '.. hmitll. pari
wriion J2. townshl:. 1 south, raiwo
P.3 IT WliilnmH ' to " ICdll'h M'."n'wililnmi'.
nirt of lot 2. block C. plat B lg
A C Hclniack to Bavld A. Buck, h., f
IntVrest In Kovclatlon TAde. nic Col-
oST'Bucic'io St Patrick MlnlnR and
MIllln.T coiniuiny hnK :nterent Ii Hovc-
i Inn IjiiI" Bl CJ4tOllW0oU
Estot of C. A Knlnht to Frank IJ.
iSvla. block 3. l-olto View sub 3W
VitaUtyis a good 'inciica
tion of a baby's condition.
A listless baby is not in a good
condition of health. Mellin's Food
babies have a great deal of vitality
because Mellin's Food gives strength
andvicor. Our book, "The Care 0. Feedinc
The ONLY Infants' Food receiving
the G1LAKD P8IZE ot SI. Looi. 1904.
Geld Madal, Highest Award,
Portland, Ore. 1905.
i.t.c.LUN'S FOOD CO., UOSVON, MASS.
ATE POISONED CANDY
One Child Is Dead and Two More Are
NEW YORK, Feb. 2G. After eating
10 cents' worth of candy, colored red,
blue and green, and sold to nil the
children of the neighborhood at 10
cents a pound, the three stepchildren
of Harry Thompson of No. -114 West
Fifty-second street, were taken with
violent convulsions. Vivian, the eldest
girl, aged C, died ln great agony yes
terday afternoon, and the lives of her
brother Ralph, aged 5, and her three-year-old
sister, Viola, are despaired of.
Coroner Harburger was notllled of
tho child's death by Dr. William Mnc
Alpen, who said he thought arsenical
poisoning, caused by eating the candy,
was responsible. An autopsy will
bo made today. Some of the candy
which was not eaten was carried away
by Ihe Coroner, and he will take It to
Columbia university for analysis.
"If any trace of poison Is found In
the child's organs or the candy Is found
to contain poisonous substances, I shall
order the arrest of this dealer," said
the Coroner. "His store Is near a public
school, and I learned that between 300
and -100 children visit his shop every
day. He admits making the candy
himself. The coloring matter he buys
! In sticks from a wholesale candy man
ufacturer. He has not the slightest
Idea what the Ingredients are."
Nothing Now TJnder Sun.
Arthur Evans, the Oxford archneooj;lst,
who has ininlo so many Interesting dis
coveries in the so-called palace of Allnos,
lu Crete, has found In a aubtcrranoan
! eunctiinry cortaln very ancient, small
earthenware stntucH, representing some
! godde.ss and two of her servants. The
dress of the figures la .said to be highly
modern Tho goddess, wo grieve to nay.
wears a corset. Just such a cor.sot as con
temporary man shyly wonders at In tho
windows of a department otore. The- aklrt
of the robe of the Roildess Is "In Louis
XV. style." Her Jacket Is "exactly as
Is worn In tho present day." Styles of
hav, "JOOO B. C styles of II'W. Unleos Borne
humorlut has "salted" tho excavations,
you arc forced to hold that much non
sense has been written about the splen
did, free, uncramped bodlcu of the fomnlo
ancients, by no means anolont fomaleo,
in their time. And "we shift and bedeck
and bedtapo us" much as our esteeuiud
ancestors did In the morning of tho
world- Everybody's Magazine.
I JUST RECEIVED
i ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
I They arc tho finest wc ever had, H
and may be seen In our window H
when next you pass. Also have a I
nice assortment of fish globes I
Dayton Drug 'Co.
Cor 2nd So. and State. Tel 652 1
j "Refer to Our Nurses' Directory." uj
WE ARE BETTER PREPARED j
I THAN EVER IN H
I Pianos, Orgsms, Miss-
ical Merchandise, tc
ISevoral very fine Instrument bjxs Kj
oflferlns at very onuy prices and H
I & Anson Co, j
TEMPLE OF MUSIC
I 74 Main St.
I QUICK action!
NOW IN FILLING ORDETtS FOB. B
THE COAL WHICH HAS BE- J
COME THE LEADER, IN THE j
MAILKET. OF COURSE WE j
Central Coal & C9.
"At the Sign of the Peacock." J
'Phones 2600. 38 So. Main. j
YOU'LL APPRECIATE FRESH
ROASTED COFFEE when you try
ITIS THE FRESH
(Each brush is inclosed in a pack
age), selling at 25c each. They
prevent receding of the gums and
accumulation of tartar.
Do not neglect your teetkl
Haliiday Drug Co.
New Store. Between Salt Lake and
Jenach's Tooth Powder Is mak
ing us many new friends.
THE LIFE. CONFESSION. AND j
U STARTLING DISCLOSURES
I of the Notorious '
I BILL HICKMAN !
0 The Dunite Chief of Utah.
tj Written by Himself f
Cloth, $1 00. Paper, COc Postpaid, j
BOOK COMPY i
j Salt Lako City. Utah.
mkl TIM IS 8T?
Phono 65 for the correct time.
ONE PRlCErTO ALL NEVE RDERSOLD I l
This Mornmg Our Great g H
ANNUAL I I
S Begins I'ts Second Bay. I i I
1 RI'CH TREMENDOUS LINEN SELLING AS THAT 1 ", H
1 OP YESTERDAY WOULD QUICKLY DEPLETE THE
I SHELVES OF A STORE NOT SPLENDIDLY PREPARED 1 ' ' ,
I FOR THE DEMANDS. Jt
I TONS OF TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, BED- I j "
SPREADS, READY-MADE SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES 1 j
I were (lislributetl throughout the city yesterday, and although ,
! our efficient delivery service was assisted by several wagons . 1 jH
i engaged from outside delivery companies, it was far in the ,1 , jH
night before the work as completed. S j
1 BOY LINENS TODAY I
M We beg to remind all avIio are interested that, while the i
M stocks juirchased for tliis sale are the greatest ever assembled H J
Bh by a Salt Lake store, the unprecedented selling will rapidty I j i
W deplete the choicest linens. It is therefore important to make S
ffll selections in the earliest days of the event. 1 j
CS)e Salt aSce Clip Mwim gflLj I I
I Geo Euaopo if you will, j " i
But see America first.
I There may be other beers, but still, 'f $ - lifl
I It's onr American Beauty beer that ;
! FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF j ' , 1
i i j U ' I
Both Phones 17. SMI'i !
J. MORTTZ, General Manager. W. Qj ; , $ j
new " CjDrr'" plaM ! I
i WHAT WE DO. WHAT WE DON'T DO. T H i
H We sell Clothing for Ladles, We don't ask for any reler- W
S Men and Boys. ences or security from your land- 'p M
I We trust you on your promise. lord or employer. ' '
a We sell goods as represented, We make no Inquiries from ; u
jj or your money refunded. your neighbors or friends. ' w
K Wo sell on easy terms, at low- You take the goods right along Sjj IH
J est cash prices. when you make the purchase & i
I Clothing pressed free. and pay th ; first deposit. 7 fflD '
MERCANTILE INSTALLM'T CO. J I
j S1.00 A WEEK. 74 W 2nd SO, ?1.00 A WEEK. ' , '
6 People say: All Whiskies are good, only some are bet- I 1
tor than others." jj ' IH
We say: "Three-Star. Cabinet Rye is better than most i
and as good as the best." i , M
I RIEOER & LINDLEY, J j
"The Whiskey Merchants."" J M
ICING F ALL BREHP I
Wo ship through- ferai iV Jjv Idaho, Utah, Wyo-
out jOfErM Nevftda '' '
MADE IN A CLEAN BAKERY j H
I The Best Line of 2nd Hand H. II. Goods ( ' ' ' I
In the West. Also Table and Bed Linen. Call and see us. Redman- 1 J .
Jenson Furn. Co., 113 So. W. Temple, Fones No. 555, $ i