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A - ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1906. 7
Lis Insect Destroying
Knafo Vines and
wLlov Crops of tlie Pres
Sjear Anything But
St June H.-At the mcotlns of
K rf County Commissioners tq
Taost important action was In
iKifefnt of an assistant to Coun
jEuurM B. a Wilson, so that
1K?ttt the Invasions of the lns6ct
jKrfiorlrf the tornat6 vines.
slcKcndrick was wrted
Kft itfx days to aid Mr. Wll
Kro of extermination of this
IWfi the beet rty which has al
Sjtts JSwancc, and ihrcat-
&0M on Professor.
K that It was claimed last year
flfilctfr of e of the professors
Heic Agricultural cQlJcgp thai
KfYrWy attacked 'the beets In
Kmm, and that this season has
WUSte but a dry season, and the
,5 Hi -considerably shaken the
Sfi'that have previously pre
Sfft) the erudition of the profes
m Kov losing Heart.
fJlLiarito and canning- business the
RuKftcUcally gone out of tho
JKwLand thev. arfl about to quit
bLhuoh at least. In tho earlier
jKflfon. when early rains, and
rMStromlsed a good season, cpn
SCrt being entered Into at as high
c- When tho results fol
'timfat the rains, the price was
Wfctt 10 L55" Thi3 pric w?a
!K v-Tnr.n dealer made an offer to
leading canners of Weber
SB to, contract for 5000 cases of to-
o desperate docs the
K TieKor, however, that this man
JEi.I Justified In closing tho con.
JElTt turned It down.
Fly Is Quite Busy,
ISfcfer related that the fly has
great majority of the vines
'Brgluted. That farmors who can
;JHzg Tines aro replanting, but
.Sbwh cew vines cannot be ob
KJthat tho majority of tho to
Tflbtters arc plowing up tho ro
iKti "their vines for other crops
lftf ytt bf planted.
aMi Equally Precarious.
Lfecic for tho beet crop Is equally
jjtjSp. The farmers are now won
fMibl the professors of the Agri
VHn ccEese know about tho condl
aWUxl year Prof. Ball ascribed the
V'cf the white fly to the drouth,
jFtkt iuecus flourish when there
HfetEce of moisture. Ho h.as not
Ibixtelf this year, but tho
HfKtas to thrive under all kinds
Hfc conditions, and Is a lusty In
Hkl wt after one of tho wettest
Knii recn. Jn these .valleys.
Hpxpfy Up Against It.
ijKutta Is now that the agrlcul
Vrt about lost heart. With the
Hccf prospects for plenty of water
Bdthat the pest of last year Is
JB tJJmtfc their carefully planted
h tt&i the advlco they have rc
plQld receive last year from the
nl college will need to be elucl
by the professors.
JMJQIBHOOK AT REST.
j2d Etrvicts Held Over Ogden
fciWho Met Tragic Death.
JVs lunt 11. The obsequies over
THE K Herbert IL Holbrook, who
jHt tragic death on Friday, were
ue Second Ward meeting-house
rron. Bishop McQuarrlo presld-
Ire tho most Impressive ever
ogden over the remains of
Ivldual, and were conducted
9 and display that Is usually
departed public citizen,
d In Attendance,
i a professional musician all
lecewed was honored by the
rally Nichols's Concert
hoe had been a useful mem
l to the home of the de
tmflucted the remnlns to the
J. playing tho famous
era! march. At tho church
yplcd a place, but the mu
as rendered by the Second
BUnop McQuarrle presided
fters were Elders Qoorge
orman Shorten and Bishop
rendered by Miss Maggie
J"t returned from Eu-
Will Howell, and a duet by
k and Mrs, Jones.
winrovcr tho band formed
head of the funeral proces
tte atralns of Chopin's fu
ent to Mountain View cem
the Interment took place.
F Floral Tributes.
mlW.0 noml tributes.
5 he Musicians' union; an
jr Nichols band, of which
v -if nored member; others
C; T; and frm mam
iSi,y,cli?l w,th whlch he
JOcUited. The floral offering
A Jot hlB life while enter
and the expression
i DELING STATION.
nges'Are Being Made
mod7iij.'0rk;vas started to
f& of the omces In
up li n v i Tho flr8L otTlce
rnLSu0PQ ,n which
r thS 0 converted
e old clurcal 4orco.
fon?.artor54 occupied by
Wte !'"inates the
tA. SuMHnlho, weat BU,e
tfil 11 Thh ef Clerk Shaly
'A to th telegraph ottlces
iiill Jou,nd noor 't tho
uhetralnS belef 1"
tinmen nnd tho trav
aJEV yT1R iho caRe of liar-
otlSnT veral de-
K-'t dffi f0,r. a "umber of
CBOtaWn?of tt11 tno tnotIon
i'KnoanSf testimony of
flHHNLVJ1 uncdSiW then taken
&yThe SC rniU b0t,mo
DIDN'T PAY ALIMONY
AND BBW IN JAIL
Harold W. Staker Is Charged
With Contempt of
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Juno 11. In the divorce case
of Gertrude Staker vs. Harold W. Staker,
In which a decree of divorce was granted
by the court somo months ago', and cer
tain alimony ordered to bo paid by the
defendant, Judge Howoll today ordered a
bench warrant Issued to bring the dofond
ant Into court to purge himself of con
tempt for failure to pay the alimony. The
man was brought In by tho Sheriff, but,
owing to other business before the court,
his enso could not bo hoard today, and to
night ho lies in the county. Jail.
It la only a month since Staker was
cited to appear beforo the court and state
why ho refused to pay the alimony. At
that time his statements were such that
ho was released, and ho made certain
promises to the court, which tho latter
Incorporated Into an order. The present
proceedings arlso out of the non-observance
of that order, and Staker will rimaln
In Jnll until he purges himself of tho contempt.
BOY IS PAINFULLY HURT.
Loses Control of Wheel on Hill and
Collides With Buggy.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Juno 11. Tiro danger of coast
ing on bicycles down the hills from the
bench was shown at 5:15 this after
noon when young Alex. Carlson, Bon of
Evan Carlson of Rlverdnlo, 13 years of
age, collided with a buggy on Washing
ton avenue after coasting down Twenty
fourth street. Tho boy suffered n frac
ture of tho right leg Just above tho knee,
but no other injuries woro sustained so
far as hns been determined.
Lost Control of Wheel.
According to eye-witnesses, the boy was
coming down Twenty-fourth street hill on
a bicycle. According to F. E. Schroo
dor, ho had lost control of his wheel, but
others say that ho was coasting. At any
rate ho could not control the wheel at tho
intersection of Washington, and Instead
of turning north he, apparently Invol
untarily, ran to the west side of the
street near the crosalng, and there struck
the hind wheel of a slngle-horso buggy
driven by J. S. Chllds of Roy. who hnd
been attending a funeral In Ogden and
had Just let his wife out at tho corner,
and, consequently, was going at a walk
when the collision occurred.
Thrown Against Curb.
The boy was thrown Into tho curb and
It was found that his right leg was In
jured. Ho was carried to the olhco of
Dr- E. I. Rich, In tho First National
bank building, and an examination ro
"vealcd the fact that his right leg was
fractured at a point Just abovo the knee
Joint. The kneo itself did not show signs
of Injury, nor aro there any other bruises,
except some slight marks on his face.
Ho was later taken to his home In River
dale, where Dr. Rich set tho fractured
Rumor Proved Untrue.
Some busy people, who claimed to have
been witnesses of tho accident, claimed
that he had been run over by tho buggy,
but proof that this" was not the dase was
easily forthcoming. The horse and buggy
wcro belrig driven at n walk by Mr.
Chllds. and tho best evidence' Is that of
Mr. Schroedcr, who. realizing that tho
boy had lost control of his wheel, tried
to stop tho runaway Just before tho col
lision. Tho boy will recover.
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
Long Session Is Held and Much Small
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, June ll. The City Council held
a long session tonight and disposed of a
considerable amount of business. A num
ber of ordinances for curbing and gut
tering were passed, covering Washington
avenue, south, and Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets from Wall avenue
to Washington. A new ordinance was al
so passed under which the city will curb
and gutter and lay the sidewalks on
Lincoln avenue from Twenty-first, to
Twentv-olghth street. Tho other ord nances
passed also carry the responsibili
ty of sidewalks.
Form Improvement League.
A communication from the Civic Im
provement league calling the attention of
the Council to the revised ordinances
which have been In force for throo years
ivas presented and filed. It was explained
in the Council that Judgo John D. Mur
phy of tho Municipal court, had been
aaalgned tho duties of proof reading and
Indexing the new ordinances. A resolu
tion was passed by tho Council ordering
that Judgo Murphy complete tho work
without further delay.
Bill Is Vetoed.
Mayor Conroy vetoed a bill of Frank
Sarrcll for repairs on a Ftreet roller on
the ground that tho charge was excessive.
A committee was appointed to investigate
thwc-Tlt and report at next meeting.
Held to District Court.
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN. Juno ll.-Roy Campbell, the
young man who committed robbery in the
fiend hotel on the morning of Juno 6, was
arraigned In the Municipal court today
and was held to the District court In the
mm of J750. m default of tho amount ho
was removed to the county Jail. In addi
tion to this there was the largest num
ber of drunks ani petty offenders before
the court elnce the cut-off days.
Social to The Tribune.
fifiDEN June ll.-Mrs. C R. Aloy, wlfo
or tho agent of the Rio Grande at Suit
?L7BB ln Ogden today meeting some
ffidB o hna arrived from California
on the Overland.
n P Poacv. tho famouH mining
ntW nrrlvcd "from the woat today
Srontlnned to the east. He will shortly
and c?"UrUfnKland. -where ho will meet
Clarence McCornlck on a big mining deal
uffecllng both California and Nevada
Billy" Dale of tho Agency company
in Salt Tako was in Ogden for a few
hours on business today.
Russian Regiment Rises Against the
POLTAVA, South Russia. Juno 1L An
ooen mutiny has broken out in the Flotx
??Blmont of Infantry over the failure of
the military authorities to redeem their
nledgs regarding tho amelioration of
service conditions made as- a result of
laBt fall's revolt.
Trouble May Spread.
ThP mutiny threatens to spread to the
rest of tho garrison. The pollco and a
imnti force of loyal Cossacks hero are
nuoAv unable to cope with tho mutineers,
who nrS armed with rifles and have a
Bunnly of ball cartridges.
Members of tho non-commissioned offl
con? hool have Jolijt-d tho mutineers.
im nubile Is gToatly excited, anticipat
ing that the revolutionist will seize tho
opportunity to Inaugurate an armed re
volt of tho mutinous soldiers.
Consular Appropriation Passed.
WASHINGTON, Juno U. Tho Seuato today
paused the diplomatic and consular npproprl
otlon bill carrylntr an agtfrccato appropriation
Ogden Antomobilists Believe
Their Machines Are
W: 0. KAY'S TOURING CAR
SUFFERS FROM A BLAZE
The Gasoline Catches on Fire
and Does Considerable
Special to Tha Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Juno 11. The second flro on
an automobile within twenty-four hours
occurred tonight at 9 o'clock, on Twenty
fifth Htrcet, near the city hall, when tho
"Rco" recently purchased by W. O. Kay
was damnged to the extent of'&00 by
gasollno. The machine was worth about
J1C00, and Insurance woa carried on It to
the sum of $1250.
Valve Found Leaking.
Mr. Kay had boon up the canyon and
had William Howarth and two other men
In the machine on tho roturn trip. Go
ing down Twenty-flfth street the machine
stopped, and when they ran It over to
tho curb It was found that the valve to
tho carburettor was leaking gas. At tho
Instant when they were making repairs,
a man walking along tho sidewalk lit a
cigar and throw tho match under the
Tho match was only Incidental, but tho
llamlng match reached the radius of the
escaping gas and caused an explosion
which wrecked the forward part of tho
machine, Firo broke out and the front
works and front scat were badly injured.
The lire department was called and the
chemical extinguished tho blaze. About
one-third of the value was destroyed.
Looks Like a Hoodoo.
Taken in connection with tho total de
struction by fire in Ogden canyon, on
Sunday nlgnt, of the automobllo of O.
D. Rasmusscn, tho automoblllsts aro be
ginning o think that there Is a hoodoo
by this second lire, two automobiles hav
ing been destroyed within twenty-four
hours of each other.
Last date of teachers' excursions East
and Weat via Oregon Short Line. Oroat
ly reduced rates to Denver, Omaha,
Kansas City. Chicago. Portland, San
FrnnclBCO, Los Angeles and other East
ern and Wcstorn points.
See agents for full particulars.
City Ticket Ofllce. Ml Main street.
Three Big Insurance Companies Stub
born on 'Frisco Losses.
OAKLAND, Cal.. June 11. Tho efforts
of seventy-five Insurance companies hold
ing risks In San Franqlsco to Induce all
of tho companies to make a uniform cut
of 25 per cent on tho face value of all
policies in the way of settlement with
policy-holders . has practically failed
through tlie instrumentality and objec
tions of threo of tho largest insuranco
Thcso threo companies not only re
fused to come Into the scheme, but de
clared that such methods would even
tually discredit Insuranco underwriting
on tho Pacific coast and that such a
policy would prove more exponslvo to
tho companies than If thoy should pay
tho full Insuranco risks.
Another reason advanced for not going
Into tho sohemo of a 25 per cent cut was
pr-enemcd In tho fact that there are earth
quake clauses of which many of the com
panies can take legal advantage without
discredit to thomsolves.
HURT IN CAR ACCIDENT
Three Injured as 'Frisco Car Jumps
BAN FRANCISCO, Juno 11. An olcctrlc car
on tho Hulsht elrtet line broke away from
tho control of tho motornmn this afternoon,
rnn down the Mawnlc avonue grade at a
frightful rate of pccd and Anally ovorturncd
at I'ogo strcot. Injurlne threo ot tho six pas
senger. The enr wai ntopped by running
Into a hydrant, which was broken oft ai iho
sidewalk, and sending a great stream of
wntcr Into tho air.
MISS AONES CANNON.
MISS ROSE CROSDY.
V. F. ELLIOTT.
Were Badly Bruised.
They wcro riding In tho Interior of tho cor
nnd after considerable difficulty thoy wcro re
moved from their perilous poUlon and takin
to th Park Emergency hospital. Thorc It
wns found that they had sustained sovero con
tusions und lacaratlonu.
A man nnd two boys who were riding on
tho outsldo of tho car. and the motorman
und conductor escaped Injur1 by Jumping Just
before tho car was overturned.
BIG TRADE WITH JAPAN
Little Nntion Takes Lead in Business
With United States.
WASHINGTON. Juno 11. Trado of tho
United States with Japan Is larger than
with any other Oriental country, sayo a
bulletin Issued by the Department of
Commerce and Labor, and aggregated In
the fiscal year JlO'j.OOO.OOO.
Exports Have Grown.
Exports to that country have grown
from about JS.000.000 In tho calendar year
ISM to over JW.WO.OCO In the fiscal yoar
1005 and Imports from that country from
J27.COD.000 In U93 to nearly J51.000.000 In
The growth In exports from tho United
States to Japan and China, says tho bul
letin Ims been a rcnmrkablo fonturo In
our export trade In the last deendo. The
lncronfic In exports to Japan was In round
Idust Face Embezzlomont Charge
SACRAMENTO. Cal., Juno 11. Rcqul
Hltlon papers wcro Issued today by Gov
ernor Pardee for Fred P Wilson, undor
urrcst In Now York City nnd wanted In
Los Angeles to answer to a charge of
embezzling 120.000 from tho Title Guaran
tee and Trust company, whllo employed
as a clerk.
Miss Edna Rockefeller Weds.
KANSAS CITY. Juno 11. MIbs Edna Rocke
feller, daughter of Frank Rockefeller of Ruu
roll Kan., and nleco of John D. Rockefeller,
vaa married In thin city tonight by tho Rov.
Robert Talbot to John P. Rrook of Loh An
Bishop John Delaney Dies.
MANCHESTER, N. H.. Juno 11. Right Rov.
John B Dclancy. Roman Cathollo blithop of
tho dloceso pf Manchester, died today at tho
Sacred Heart hospltnl In this city.
Gorman's Successor Takes Scat.
"WASHINGTON, June 11. Hon. William
Plnknay "Whylo of Maryland today took hlo
seat In tho Senalo us tho Buccer-sor of tho
lain Arthur P. Gorman.
ASK ANY SHORT LINE AGENT
About June 16.
Ami Ey fctr ttSn Fester
Be wise in time. Have an oye for the future. Save
your dollars while you can. This Bank providos you
with the means. You will find it safe, reliable and
UTAIKI m TIRUST C.,
No. 160 Main Street.
DIRECTORS: W. S. McCornlck, E. A. Wall, W. J.
Halloran, W. Mont Ferry, John J. Daly, E. O. Howard,
H. M. Wells.
A Truss specialist that's it. A specialist knows. He can reme
dy the trouble you have been having in getting trusses to feel just
The Busy Corner
Has a TruBS Specialist; a private fitting- room. This expert will pick
out the proper truss; fit It snug and eauy. You will feel the difference.
Physicians depend upon him. Our large trade Is delighted with his efforts.
SMITH DRUG CO. OPEN ALL NIGHT. 'PHONES 23S
The Shepherd's Blizzard I
Ice Cream Freezer, the one with Quadruple Motion;
I freezes cream quicker and smoother in three minutes
than most freezers do in fifteen minutes." Made in all I
sizes, from one-half pints to 5 gallons. Either in hand I
or motor power. Examlno before purchasing. I
King Hardware & Stove Co.
Fone 748, 168 Main Sr.
ROWLAND HALL GIRLS
Piano Department Concert Held
at First Congregational
A piano concert- by the pupils of tho
piano department of Rowland Hall school
was given Monday evening: at tho First
Congregational church. Tho building was
packed with tho friends of tho pupils,
and tho deep interest shown told of the
graap on tho homes of Salt Lake thoso
pupils have. Fathers and mothers were
thero; muBlc-lovcra wcro there; fashion
was thero, also, but It was the good old
fashion of delighted applause by men,
women and chlldron when the young peo
ple did something good.
Tho platform was beautifully decorated
and a certain homo atmosphere provalled
ovor all. Miss Gratia Flanders, director
of tho piano department, had charge and
Introduced the llrst performers, tho
Mlssos Lois Persons, Lorna Russell,
Louise Osborne and Nellie Wilkinson,
who used two pianos In an eight-hand
number. It was received with appluuse.
Little One Makes Hit.
The second number made quite an Im
pression. As MIsa Flanders entered thero
camo toddling In her wuko a little tot
of a girl, who looked Ilko n fairy In a
pantomime. She was Francese Glen
Walker, not yet 0 years old. The stool
was turned to Its limit, and then she
could barely reach the keyboard. Tho
teacher pressed the pedalB, for the child
never could. She played "The Black
smith's Song.' and carried off tho honors
of the evening. There wero artistic num
bers artistically rondorcd, somo of them
very good Indeed, but "Tho Blacksmith's
Song" won tho house, especially tho
mothers, and, had a voto boon talcon, this
child would havo received both medals,
right then and there.
Other Pleasing Numbers.
Miss Paulino May and tho Misses Mabel
and Lucy Bullls gavo excellent numbers,
and led up to MIsh Nnoml Hoffman, un
other beautiful child. poeBlbly 7 years
old, who played "Dancing on the Oroon."
Again tho stool wont up to tho limit, as
did tho applause, and this llttlo child
won all hearts by hor cuto and naturul
Miss Lorna Russell. Miss Bonnlo Miller
nnd Miss La Vota Moyborry the latter
with tho aid of hor teacher gave ex
cellent proof of the thoroughness of detail
In tho work of the school.
Roumanian Dance Played.
Miss Margarot Ilutohlnnon played a
"Roumanian Dunce," which wns ono of
tho very best numbers of tho evening.
"A Song Without Words," by Mario Lewis
and "Arabesque" by Alice McMillan wcro
very well received.
Miss Flandors and Mr. George Skolton
gave a "Sonata for Piano nnd Violin,"
noticeable, ohlolly. for the great contrast
In tho work Rlthor Is moro than able
at his or her work, and both did their
best. It was a pleasing break In tho
An "Intermezzo" by Ruth Shumate was
very woll done. Tho Misses Margaret and
Gladvs Hutchinson, sisters, won great
applause for a fine number.
More Pleasing Work.
Tho work of tho Misses Isnbol Osborne,
Bc-ulah Bohlo, Luclle Clark. Annie Klrby.
Dora Bradley and Helen Long Increased
In effectiveness, and exhibited tho bottor
work of the more advanced pupils.
Mr. Skolton gave "IIumorcBko." In
which ho places a "mute" on the violin,
and In which ho Invariably wins on audi
ence. Tho fcaturo of tho evening, and of the
Bchool year was begun by a march of
all Iho pupils nrouml the auditorium, two
and two, lod by tho llttlo glrl mentioned
above, after which all took mnUr' pro
vided for them, and Bishop Spalding was
announced. Among other things tho
Address of Bishop.
"I have tho distinguished honor for tho
moment of representing tho teachers.
Miss Flanders and Miss Kllorbcck, and
In their names I thank you heartily for
vour presence, nnd your holpful applnuso.
Wo aro thankful for the gront good donn
bv the muslcnl dopnrtment of Rowland
1-inll. In making good musicians, wo
Ears Looked as if They Would Drop
Off Body Entirely Covered
Face Mass of Sores Three
Doctors Could Not Cure Child
Grew Worse Face and Body
CURED BY CUTICURA
IN TWO WEEKS FOR 75c.
Mrs. George J. Stecae, of 701 Coburn
6t, Akron, Ohio, tells in the foUowing
letter of another of thoso remarkable
cures of torturing,
VSnx disfiguring skin hu
vf mora daily mado
I by Cuticura Soap,
l , - ?i assieted by Cuticura
f Ointment, after
' r physicians, and all
V -e- bv else had failed: "I
-c feel itmy duty to pa-
" f rents of other poor
Vv-vti-. xrH Buffering babies to
v TCv-'Y tel1 yn what Cuti
' 91 M cura as dnc or
' my little daughter.
She broke out all over her body with a
humor, and we used overything recom
mended, but without results. I called
in three doctors, they all claimed they
could help her, but 6he continued to
grow worse. Her body was a mass of
sores, and her little face was being
eaten away; her ears looked as if they
would drop off. Neighbors advised me
to got Cutloura Soap and Ointment, and
before I had used half of tho cako of
Soap and box of Ointment thesoreshad
all healed, and my little one's face and
body wero as clear as a new-born babe's.
I would uot be without it again if it
cost five dollars, instead of seventy-five
cents, which is all it cost us to cure
our baby, after spending many dollars
on doctors and medicines without any
CompliU Rxtaretl tad Inlirnal Trtilratnt (or mry
Humor, from Mraplti (o Scrofula, from lnfccj to
conilttlnjc of Cullourt Soip, Uc., Ololmtnl, Keioir
nl. Mc. (lo form of Chocolate Coilnl ttlli, U. per rial
of 60), tntj bebtdof ll drugrl.u. A tingle often rum
Iho moit dlilcfi.lnr rattt, when all other rcnirdlei, nj
reo the ktit ph.vilcUtu (all. l'olter Drugi. Chtm. Corp.,
Bolt Propi., Boiton, Mm.
our- Mailed Free, ' All JLfcoulliio3kiii,Scalp,umalr."
mako a blessing which tho owners can
not keep to themselves. They must share
U with olhors.
"In tho coming winter wo shall rebuild
Rowland Hall, ho that you may hear
Medals Are Presented.
"It now becomes my pleasant duty to
present tho medals to tho twa most de
serving students In tho cjnss. Tho first
Is a gold medal, nnd 1b for faithful, p-r-slstont
and earnest application to work,
nnd Is awarded to MIsk Boulah Balhty.
Tho second Is of silver, nnd Is for llk
vlrtucs. nnd Is awarded to Miss Bonnie
Tremendous applause followed these
announcements, ait both glrl3 are favorites.
Blackfoot hul in Conference.
WASHINGTON. Juno 11 -Tho bill open
ing the Blackfoot Indian reservation In
Montana to settlement wuh sent to con
ference, the conferees on tne purl of the
House being Mr. Sherman of Now York.
Mr. Curtis of .vansns und Mr. Zenor of
Terrorists Accomplish Aim,
SIEDL.C5, Juno 11, Mayor Mlrovlch, who
vn nhot by a band of icrrorlnt Sunday night
whllu ho wax walking with the chief of the
Governor's olllccre nnd tho ccrntnry of iho
pollco board, lion died of bin wound.
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I (Sf I H ' ' A ITk no aro U3 V7 dollars for the 1
U m El 1 pk Wt round trip to Chicago, St. Louis,
I I 1 1 l 1 Memphis, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Mia-
1 sourl river and intermedi- joints. I
--mm Tickets on sale May 536, Junt 1, 3
U A T B and 10, I
i u tt 1 9 1 ll Return limit, October 31.
S m M Mmm Stop-overs allowed.
9 Through standard and tourist
3 sleepers. Best diners on all trains.
B Write or telephone us for further
I PPp' information. Both 'phones 243.
S IW HMbV DS-kKE Passenger Agent.
I VNlH h' l' Y0UNGERMAN I
I 3LI Traveling Pass. Agt.
100 W. Second South St, I
B ' Salt Lake City. 1
ONE MORE EXCURSION EAST i I
via The Burlington Route i
June 16 I
Return limit October 31,
Have your ticket read via The Burlington east of Den- j
ver and you will enjoy your trip. Electric lighted I
trains Denver to Chicago; standard and tourist sleep-: )
ing cars; chair cars (seats free); Ubrary-buflet car (ob- (
nervation platform); unexcelled dining car service,
meals a la carte. i
Two trains to Chicago daily; two trains to St. Louis
1 will be glad to assist in arranging your i IH
trip. Write to or call up IH
jflBMiMBi r NSLN General Agent,
MiyiUiyjJU 79 Wost Second South St., Salt Lake City, Utah,
KjtagiV On June 9, '93, I became manager
JffiT ot th'8 association. Thirteen ypore'
qg?ffljftl -t oxporlerce enables me to say this j
SKijKisr association has collected and is col- j IH
fwP lectins more bad debts than any wk
$W agency in the world. We can col-
ect Home for you If you turn them
Francis G. Luke, Gen'l Mffr. In.
Merchants' Protective Association I
s SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
Fifth Floor Commercial Block, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j
"Same People Don't Llko Us.'
FOR JUNE BRIDES i I
DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE jll 1 I
WEDDING RIINC3 gjlll H
233 SO. MMN STREET, S