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IIIEF A FUGITIVE
I FROII JUSTICE
Wily .Sheriff "Cannot Find"
Political Boss of San
)ORT APPOINTS CORONER
jSo SERVE BENCH WARRANT
jjjj One Interested Denies That
if She Alleged Grafter Remains
si in c,xv
FRANCISCO, Mar. G. Attor-
-Abraham lluef, jointly indicted
fij ith Mayor ftclimitz on Jive charges of
3) portion, is still a fugitive from justice,
jcordinp to Superior Judge Dunne,
ji' fo late flu's afternoon decided thai.
icrifl O'Neill had not shown duo dil
1 fence m producing him for trial, and
J ippinfed Coroner Walsh .is a elisor to
fi jvc a bench warrant for his appear
jj) ice in court. The coroner was or
1 ifed to make a return of service af;
Jfb'e.lock tomorrow afternoon. This
fi's the net result of a da' devoted to
. -(fruitless search for Ttuef. although
f, irie of those interested deny that he
$. jlin the ci: .
t jWhen court convened at 10 o'clock
(is morning Sheriff O'Neill reported
rat. his search for tho attorney, whose
ial was pending had been unsuccess-
il. Others supposed to know the at-
fnej''s whereabouts were examined,
it no information of value "was ob-
Ulined. Then after the adjournments
,?Sa been taken Vssistant District At
i' ifeny ITcuey presented to Judge Dunne
!5englliy affidavit, signed by himself,
L:ijwhiclf he recited the alleged facts
3 iftt" Sherifl' O'Neill is a close personal
jiend of Ruef, that the latter, "recog
eed as the political boss of San
'jjtrancisco, " had procured O'Neill's
Ipmination and assured his election,
jjlui t hat consequent!- the latfer was
filer obligations to Ruef. unfitting
qi to serve as the arresting officer,
ij.riiilur assertions wore made regarding
Rig, sheriff's deputies who. it was
fjiarged, had been named by Ruef.
a .The assistant district attorney also
Spated that he had been informed dur-
!the day that one of Ruef's attor-
had applied fo the district court
lippcals lor a writ of prohibition,
faring, at the same time, that if it
i granted the missing attorney would
produced For these and other simi
reasons, Honey asked that Sheriff
Tcill lie replaced by Coroner "Walsh,
;ho officer delegated to produce TJuef
uonrt and .ludge Dunne so ordered.
yor Schmitz arrived today and is
ectcd to he in court tomor.row.
m Owoers of
. Bad Breath
Idu! Odor of Indigestion, Smoking,
I Eating or Drinking Stopped at Once
I jftVith Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges.
t 'Trial Package To Prove It Sent Free.
5 pillions breathers, onion caters, indi
j,tion victims, cabbage consumers,
inkers, drinlcers and those with gas
TlJtlhe stomach ai;e in a class all by
jiemsclves, distinguished by powerful
I Id breath.
I ffliey all breathe, and as they breathe,
I ey wlufi out odor which makes thoo
lji'lmg near, turn their heads away
.4lsCst. The pitiable part of it is
MLr c vil-t'1s do not realize what,
WPwciinig a bad, offensive
ic-Jh is to others.
jWiiarcoiil is a wonderful absorber of
WC3 and odors. It absorbs 100 times
AB-lown volume of gas.
HSiuarf.'.s Charcoal lozenges will put
jlop to your bad, offensive breath.
,P 10 vonr belchings, whatever the
l"Siei or S0I"'C,' because the charcoal
I'Bickly absorbs all noxious odors and
IjXt you are a sufferer from indigos
fi" and belch gas as a rosuJU, Stuart's
Nmrooal Lozenges will absorb all the
Is and make you stop belching.
KLl on getting u in the morning vou
vc Piiclj a bad. bilious breath, that
lU can almost Ainell it vourself,
-;IilarL lozenges will get rid of it for
JjMf you have been smoking or clicw
Tfp:' it have been eating onions or
jjher odorous things, Stuart i Lozenges
lflr!un,a e -vour 1jrpy, Pre and sweet.
Ife- ircoaI '5 also tMe 1)Cst laxnl-ivo
jown. Yyu can take a whole boxful
gd no harm result. It is a wonderful
at-Vml then. ion. it filters your blood
flSS? particle of poison and impurity
M.vonr blotid is destroyed, and yon
-rfRin to notice the difference in vour
BJCe first thing, your clear complex-
wKtuart's Charcoal Lozeupes are made
tm pure willow charcoal, and ,iust a
lf? ,'ionev is put in to make' them
datable, but not too sweet.
They will work wonders in vonr
mnch. and make vou feel fine 'and
!.sli. Your blood and breath will be
tified. You will feel clean inside.
?Ve waul to prove all this to you, so
- if;' send for a free sample today.
1 iK'liko them so well that you will
1 tn 'Xir druggist and gel, a 2"n'.
of these Stuart's Charcoal Loz-
A bend us your name and address to
j! F-aud we will at once 3cnd vou bv
1 !ia :ai"plv package free. Addros's
V Sliiari. (o., 03 Stunrt Bldg.,
j "anal! Mich.
life 4 Wise Woman
.Bill! mi trr nrca.7vo tier bsanty. a flw
' HSF55 Aei4 of btJr oae ot titt blKbesi clmu.
:WM ifflP2ria! Hair Regenerator
restores Gray or Blcacbed Hair to
lMfn. py nntunvl color. It Loclcan. dura
'WS&S! j when applied cannot ho detect
Wf Sample, of hair colored Crer,
FCHHtlCVLMfG.Ca. J35 SUJiewtortu
trrtUtloBi or olcorttioDi
ol icucon mtmbrnno.
Plnlf... nd not uttln.
or icnt In pUIn wrppor,
br xptf.rt, priprtld, tar
ti .00. or 8 bottle 2.76.
.CUcnltr t-.ul on riuv(,'
f SOOIAIi OALENDAH. ?
v Mrn. J. B. Ingram has issued -r
invitations for a luncheon to bo -r
given next Tuesday afternoon at 4-
r the Alta club. -r
1 Mrs. Haxkness and Mrs. Wil- r
-i' liam Gibson Sharp will entertain !
5 at a luncheon on baturday after- r
n noon at tho Alta club. ' 4
r Mrs. Harry Scliultz will enter-
4 fain at a Kensington this after- 4
noon in honor of Irs. Prank 4
4 Halm of Los Angeles,- 4
4 The musical at. the Ladies' 4
4 Literary club this evening prom- 4
4 ises fo be one of the social 4
events of the. day, when Miss
4 Stensler v.-ill be lieard for tho 4
4- first time in the city. 4
4 The Collego club will meet 4-
4 this afternoon with Miss Lena 4
.4 Hague, G10 East. South Temple 4-
4 street. 4
4- The "500" club -will meet 4
4 with Mrs. T. Roy Brown on Fri- 4
4 dav afternoon. 4
4' the Sewing club will meet 4-
4- next Wednesday afternoon with 4-
4 with .Mrs. John C. Daly. 4
4- The Mission circle of the First 4-
4- Rapfist church "will meet this 4
4- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the 4
4 home of Mrs. Thomas Nipper, 4-
4- .1244 East South Temple street. 4-
4- The annual election of officers 4
4 will be held and all persons in- 4
4 i.erested in the work are espe- 4
4 cially invited to attend. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Shepherd en
tertained at a "servant party" Tues
day evening, in hqnor of Miss Rennie
of San Francisco, -who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Snyder
for several weeks, and -who left yester
day for (he coast. At the appointed
hour, S o'clock, the guests were met at
tho kitchen door by Ernest Bowinau,
who, as the butler, received and intro
duced tho guests, among them being
(hose costumed as nurses, waitresses,
and cooks. The trials of the "servant
maid" was tho topic of conversation
during the early part, of the ovening,
followed by cards. Opc of the tables
was in the kitchen; which was deco
rated for the occasion with garlands of
smilax and vases of pink carnations.
The host and hostess were, assisted dur
ing the evening by Miss Jennie Sny
der, Misses Olive and Carol Shepherd.
One of (he social affairs of yester
day was the initial breakfast given by
tho Bayview Reading circle at the
Man i ton hotel at noon. The fable was
laid in tho private dining-room in the
shape of a Mai test cross, in tho center
being largo baskets filled with lillies
of the valloy. and narcissus, with run
ners of smilax to tho places. Mrs.
Richard Savage yas the toastmistress,
and in a delightful way introduced
those who responded to tile toasts. Mrs.
V. H. Tibbals, who will leave in the
near future for Europe, responded to
the toast, "Homo and Friends," Mrs,
Hushwell, "Parting Ts Such Sweet Sor
row," Mrs. Morehouse, -'Welcome
Home," Mrs, 0. N. Straup, "Our
Olub.-" Mrs. V. Peaslcc responded to
the loast, "Speed tho Parting Guest."
Covers were laid for twenty-two.
Mrs. W. T. Benson entertained at a
prettily-appointed luncheon yesterday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank Halm.
Green and white were the colors chosen
for the decorations. A large cut. glass
bowl of hyacinths was in the center of
the table, while the place curds were
decorated with the same flowers, ('ov
ers were laid for Mrs. W. L. Green,
Mrs. Halm, Mrs. 70. T. Harvev, Mrs.
A. B. Uirth, Mrs. Clarenco virnnck,
Mrs. Charles Bod, Mrs. Harry Knight,
Mrs. W. Blake.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Koves en
tertained tho olficers and ladies" of the
Post at a delightful bridge affair last
evening at their home on East South
Temple street. The rooms were artis
tically' decorated with American beautv
rose3 and red carnations, ten tables
being filled with the players. The
guests included only the people from
the garrison. The tally nnd score cards
were dainty Holland scenes.
- Ir &
The opening of the exhibit of Indian
pictures at tho Kcnyon yesterday after
noon was well patronized. Among the
patronesses were Miss Blanche Kimball.
-Mrs. William 0. Jennings, Mrs. 0. K.
Lewis, Mrs. William Igleheart, Mrs. M.
R. Stewart. Mrs. Russell C. Woodruff,
Mrs. lOdwnrd S. Ferry, Mrs. William
Reid. Mrs. Frank Jennings nnd Mrs.
Hober .Nr. Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Cunningham
entertained at a prettily appointed din
ner last evening in honor of Mrs. J.
E. Hun toon. The table was bright
with red Richmond roses, which were
used in small cut glass vases and scat
tered over tlm cloth. The place cards
were also decorated in roses. Ten
guests were invited to meet. Mrs. Hun
toon. Miss Ruth Cooper, daughter of Su
pcrinlendent Cooper, formerly of this
city, but who has made her home in
Seattle for the past three years, will bo
the guest of Miss Eveiino Thomas for
.sisvcr.il weeks. Miss Cooper has spent
the winter in Des.Moincs and is en route
to the Northwest.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. II. McKenzie of Buf
falo. N. Y who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. "Richard Savage, will
leave for the coast today.
The regular meeting of (he Jewish
Relief society will be held in the B.
B. lodge rooms today (Thuradav),
March 7, at 2:0 p- m.
Mrs. J. W. DeForrd of Calienf.es and
Miss Pauline Ostler of Bingham are
the guests oMrs. R. W. Watt.
A marriage liceiiHe was issued vppfr
day to William IT, Rishton and Mar
garet J. Rainbolt, both of Salt Lake.
The. O. G. S. L. club was entertained
vesterday afternoon by Miss Aliro
Salt rheum, or eczema, with its. itch
ing and burning, is cured by Mood's
Sarsaparilla. So are all other blood
Be very careful of your bowels when
you have n cold. Nearly- all other cough
syrups are constipating, especially those
containing opiates. Kennedy's" laxa
tive Cough Syrup moves the' bowels
eonfains iO opiates. Sold by Austee
Brico Drug Co., 11 Main st
Copyright 18M, by Tho Msnelln Co.
And many ailments depend
ent upon it, such as bilious
ness, discolored and pim
pledskin, inactive liver, dys
pepsia, overworked kidneys
and headache, are promptly
relieved by ;
This remedy removes the 1
; constipation, when all of the ,
; above ailments disappear.
Pills and drastic cathartics
1 will be found entirely unneces
sary after the beneficial effects
j of MANtA-LIN- have, been ex
perienced. I In all Cases of Colds, In
fluenza, La Grippe or slight
Febrile affections, a few
doses of Man-a-lin are ad
visable. THE MAN-A-LIN CO.,
Cracked and Bleeding in Many
Places Became so Bad that Nail
Came Off Finger Tried Many
Remedies and Consulted Three
Doctors, but Got No Relief Now
Cured and Is Very
PROUD OF HAVING TRIED
"I had eczema on my hands for
about, eleven years. Tho hands cracked
open in ninny places and bled. Ono
of my fingers was 60 bad that tho nail
came off. I bad often heard of cures
by the Cuticura Remedies, but had
no confidence in them as I bad tried so
many remedies, and they all bad failed
to cure me. I bod seen three doctors,
but got no relief. Finally my hus
, band said that -we -would try tho Cuti
I curn Remedies, so wo got a cake of
I Cuticura Soap, a box of Cuticura Oint
ment, and two bottles of Cuticura' Resol
vent Pills. Of course I keup Cuticura
Soap all the time for mv bands, but
I the one cake of Soap and half a box
of Cuticura Ointment cured thoru. It
is surely a blessing for me to have my
hands well, and I am very proud of
having tried Cuticura Remedies, and
recommend them to all suffering with
eczema. Mrs. Eliza A. Wiley, R. F. D.
2, Liscomb, Iowa, Oct. IS, 190G."
Resulted from Poisoning. Cured j
by Two Sets of Cuticura j
' " My husband got a blood disont-e from
! "wearing woolen underwear. Ho was
i all full of pimples, and he had an awful
itching. Ho took a i;ood manv so
called blood remedies, and nothing did
him good. Then we saw in a news
paper about Cuticura Remedies, and !
! they cured him after using in ull two 1
sets of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint
ment, and Cuticura Resolvent, and now
. I wouldn't do without Cuticura Soap.
Mrs. Harner, 1050 Benners St., Readiug, .
Pa., Jan. 25, lflOG."
Complete ruiomal nnrt Internal Treatment for '
LTcry Humor of Inf.inu. Children. .Hid Adulta con- I
; olsls of Cutlcu i Soap (L'Sc.) to Clfinm tho Skin, ,
CutlciirA Ointment (iOe.j to Heal tho Skin, and
I Ultlciir. Itcsulvcia (oOe.) for In the form ol Choco
Utij Coated Pills B5i per vnl of 60) to Purity tho
i Blood. Sold throughout the world Potter Drue fc !
, Ciicm. Corp . Solo Props.. IIomoii, Mar.
I wrilallcd Frc. Book on Skin and Scalp.
3 IF YOUR, COOK DOES NOT I
1 Husler's !
, a The cook has not the power of S
1 H his own convictions, for overy 3
ffj cook knows that Huslor's Flour 1
gj is the foundation of Baking sue- M
SMART SHOP !
Spring Goods ready in anticipation of an early Easter
j Favorite Models In Spring Suits
They pos3esst the distinction and exclusivcness that are a part of 1 J
. Hamilton's apparel for women. I i
IH You have unusual opportunities for early buying Eton Suits, Pony
Suits, Tailored Suits, from the newest foreign models of tho very latest I
materials, S25.00 to S140.00.
Silk Dresses I
In all t!:c late novelties. Popular for smart afternoon wear, juot the I ,
tiling for between seasons. In all tho plain colors blues, browns, greys j
and tans, and rich changeable hues and novelties.
Notofey Spring Hats '
In all tho latest designs, Jaunty and smart. Appropriate for early
I wear. i
j HIGH CLASS WAISTS IN TUB GOODS. j
Batistes, lingories and laces, low prices $2.75 to $25.00. I
j f 216 SOUTH MAIN ST
I fpS Your Grocer
THE ABOVE LABEL ONAW
EVERY LOAF ffjllll
jtj Sold with a written guarantee to refund the full amount paid for them at
I j the expiration of three years, which means you can wear
j Diamoeds TSirce Years For Nothing.
j I REFERENCE: WALKER BROTHERS, BANKERS.
I !?JP'S7IW Jeweler and Diamond
I I JU f3&WIlilL!9 Broker, 175 So. Main. I
I THE POPULAR PRICE JEWELRY HOUSE. I
; rjaiHtw in in nw mi ii 1 1 iii iwiiMi hi i
1 165-167 South' West Temple. Phonos 604. i I
SALT LAKE'S PRINTERS I
i ' j
M The most complete printing establishment on the Pacific Coast. s I
3 Printers, Bookbinders, Publisher s and Linotypers. '
Headquarters for Artistic Printing. '
The Best Work at lowest living prices. S
ft Call and get estinaates. j! I
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k applies to You and Us when f
you don't use
K "11IE PHONE THAT I
; Tho wise ones do. E
Utah liicl. ToIcplKnic Co.
I Call 51 for Rates. j
I MADE ON HONOR.
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In the homes of more prominent mu-
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MODERATE IN PRICE.
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; DRUNKENNESS CURED
IJVWa, a poslUv and per
' tt&&tott-e?i! mancnt euro Xor
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KfeSS, ruir uddlctlojia.
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1 ffLjftyjya! House. Dwlght. Iii.
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j Lump, Nut and Slack ; An- j
! tliraeifc, Charcoal, Smithing
i Coal, Coke. All the time.
I Centra! Coal &
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I Phones 2G00, 38 So. Main. ,
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lu the spring a young
man 's i'ancy is attracted to
! our wedding ring trays. ; !
; We can tit any finger
I . i 1
j with ihn bost ring made. !'
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r ESTABLISHED IS6- "I - ffl
i ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD 1
THE SUCCESS OF TE05 FIRST 3 DAYS OF THE Bj
IPROYES ITS SUPERIORITY. AND THAT j M
The Values Are Better j !
Than wo have slated them to he. There is no falling off of in- IB J
E l.crcsl. and enthusiasm here. Every morning, as quicklj- as we h
draw on our tremendous reserve stock to replenish broken lines, 1 !
I they are eagerly bought up by appreciative women. The large flE i
I assortments and the prices tell the story. Many scores of times jjjj wlm
ft a day we hear women comment upon how much greater the Jjjj W
p A'alues are here than any sale they've ever attended, and thats r Wm
why this is Salt Lake's busiest store. llj
INTERESTING NEWS IN OUR CLOAK AND SUIT DEP'T. 9!
I New SpFiiig Jackets l:. 1
1 Specially Priced. I
I We have just received a line of new sample jackets that possess every i Mm
I essential ouality of style, material and workmanship. They are truely t jH
I superb garments, somo silk lined, othors have satin linings or imlincd. H
Jackets worth up to $16.00, wo offer them to you Thursday P? f. W
I only, at the very popular price of i 9 .
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ABRAHAM FARMS I 1
Will Double 'in Price In 10 Pays j
Wo agroed to advance the selling price of Abraham Farms to $80.00 t : Hj
I per acre after we sold 5000 acres. Nearly J000 acres have been sold. R
Sixteen 40-ncre farms woro sold in one day. The lands are being plowed ( IK
I for this season's crops. The rush is on. Ton more days and 5000 acres 3 fjfl
will have been sold. The socond 5000 acres will be held for 3S0.00 per j- HQ
DON'T WAIT. Get you a farm while you can buy for $10.00 per a , H
acre. Rich soil. Good water rights. Delightful climate. Easy terms. M " H
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8 with any of tho diseases In the line of T H H
f our specialty, or allied troubles, to come wto ft H H
1 to our office. We Invite particularly all J Ml n
men who have become dissatisfied with xST I
I treatment elsewhore. We will demon- T5 n I
f slrato to your entire satisfaction that wo w li
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I nently of vour case Is curable. Our A B 'l
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3 than you will he willing to pay FOR THE stmJ R ' Hi
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JJ bv you as wo would want you to do by us ; SVSBSS'Sl S RK
if o'ur cases were reversed. TwaSmsiTO' ft M M
fl WE CURE URINARY COM- ' S
m PLAINTS WITHOUT THE KNIFE. DR. COOIC. ! jS
m WE CURE BLOOD POISON, NEVER Founder Cook Afcrilcal Co. t U' .BO
M TO RETURN. WE CU RE N ERVO-VITAL DEBILITY, TO STAY j I.
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ll TION AND NO LOSS OF TIME. j j fl
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M Wo cure with the came guarantee of success nil Chronic Diseases of
PI Men, such as Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Troubles. Rupture. Piles. Fis- litMV
M tula and all Nervous. Chronic and Special Diseases of Men only. I Fours. jujflj
iffl 0 a. m to 8 p. m.: Sunday. 10-12:30 only. CONSULTATION AT OFFICE OR , W
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