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! J fc THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, i'J&BRU AR Mf 19U8. I
B limiting Sneer of .iud;e Tharmao as
KS. N burled Uis invective at Attorneys
I ! Hansen : Loofhouro-Yv. Hi' av-us-'l
Ejm shorn oi standing the real isem of th.-
HnK M6, of doing all in t heir owor lo
: befuddle ami cloud tho mitulu of tint
rymcn its io the evidence introduced
Hi I py Wifi different witnesses. He dc-
1 ired ih;ir Hanson arid oofbonrow
wanted Sheets out. of the way. and to
Kfp secure his conviction luid hobnobbed
Willi thieves croiiUs nni professional
Lij ramblers for a year und a half. He
declared with positiveness that the u
(horities of the county and .state have
promised Bell immunity for bis testi
I mony against Sheets, and that Parreut
By I already haAbeen allowed to escape,
f I th&nxGod that in the defense of
George Sheets in (his case, as ono of
; ins attorneys. I have not hd to hook
in. with btdoks, gamblers, thieves and
Wf f worse characters to cot. my evidence,"
Judge Thurman declared as ho faced
i Attorneys Loofbourow and Hanson
George Sheets bas stood ' arms
fc. length from all the crooks and thieve
i ' - that could be raked and scraped the
length and breadth i I't.ih and from
i (all to Kansas, and told Inin all to
'j.JT4 to Had i -
Sheets Faced Thom
m He could have followed the tactics
ul the State, if hi had wished, and pu1
I M the crooks he didn't want to testify
i; Ml against him om of the way. If he
a d t got money enough, his friends
I 4 have. Sheets has faced them all. every
Jluu ' au'' crok of them, and the au-
thonties of the t;nc and county who
1 1 re back of them, and demanded they
mi '.im,. i n 1 1 court, and prove their
lira charges, ;o . . ,
j i "The sending oi Parrent oul of
j the SioV by the county and State
ij A authorities BO that he could not be
1 bn ught into this trial is the most out
rageous and unjust thing I have ever
encountered, and I believe it as done
deliberately and intentionally. They
didn't Jam bring him here and put
1 m On the stand. He would be eon-
; ffr' Crontejd with his testimony in the
lower court, which differs so BBsentially
from Bell's, Their stories don't banc
j ; .' ti'pether, and so thev got rid of Pai-
fm Where it hi '
I J l 1 ' ' He 's probably making a trip around
kJjjF ' the world at the expense of the
Minutely ;bfn. Judge Thurman took
"PM ' the different elements of the ca6
h?Mj ''' reminded the .jury of their duty to
ter,s benefit of a reasonable
J 'rll took up the Btory of the
mf tfcWBirter robbery, carefully reviewing
it 1 in i' step until he cam" to the
episode of Hell's telephoning Sheets
Jj Prtfhl the .Sun Drug company. He re-
il v iewed tlx- testimony of the clerk there
that Bell held no vom ers.Tt ion outside
asking Bomeone for "Chief -Sheets'' or
At ' Bell testified that he held an ex
tended conversation with Sheets.
ifljL- "If Sheets stood in with the bunko
I Kug, why didnl Bell take'the Scorch-
Dian i headquarters at once from the ,
WlL" 1 Vlhtler rooming house," he asked. "Not
j him; he raw him around town for three
hot rs, nil Ik- knew Ins pals -were snfe !
and undet cover from the poliee and
ilien he took him there, knowing he
v;;s shrewder than the SeotohmaiJ and
r thai in reality he had not. taken aicent
K( of the man's money.
IsH-- About the McWhirtflr.v
Ind right hen I "ant to say some
thine ali. nit the McWhirters. I regret
H. -as deeply as anyone that ( hey were
robbed oi their fortune., . It is a bum-
I Mr shame. They are entitled to ev
Cry man'- sympathy, but ye1 1 am nor
Wt r?.ady i cannonize them. I'm not
ready I" believe ins are sprouting
bn their backs. Ihe facl i. the minds
H of those men, excited and wngrv as
they have been over the loss of their
money, have been worked upon bv
the authorit ies for the county and j
Stat) that they have hcen embittered
against Sheets and today are in this
case appearing against Sheets as the
rei lit of clevei and wicked manipula-
I tjons of the tnte and county authon-
i ties. ' '
Phcre Judgi Thu'-man aain ebargbd
ounty (Mtarney Hanson and District
attorney- Loufbj.onrow with untairness
inanner in which hey bad pre-
j 1 tenterl (he State's ease.
Rj "! ""The SlaV to bejrin with, in the
preliminary hearing pot iarrenl on
the stand q tell a sforv they bad fixed
U,. up to railroad Sheets to prison. Upon
crose-ezamrnation that sturv WouUtu't
hold water, so they got Parrent. out of
II I tl.r Way, gnve Boll a transcript of his I
V. t testimony to -deep on and live with '
I i' iii bis cell, and after fixing up the
) 'weak places in Parrent 's story, brought
'-! B 11 n herei With twenty vears in iail
Marine; him in the face if 'he didn 't' do
as they told him. and made him tell
'. vow story anil one (hey thought we
couldn't pick flaws in.
On Bell's Testimony.
IS '"Tf Ceorge Sheets is sent to prison
he will be sent there for taking $4$n
11 from Bell in the second hand store on
September 10O6 This is the crime
the State charges him with. To send
H him there, gentlemen of the jury, vou
must believe the uncorroborated" testi
mony nf tin- confessed crook and thief.
Bell, as against the t.estimonv of Sheets,
who Was born and live. bis life in Salt
Lake, and who has been for fourteen
j vara a member of (he police force her''1
I with never a charge against him of any
kind, and as against the testimony of
' Goalen ami Oough. the proprietors of
1 I Hie second-hand store, two old mn,
lioust and sincere, who have no desire
' but to 4 Hie right thing in this eace.
' ji 1 do not'fcelieve von will rake the word
jf a crook confessed to have been juei
I The clear-headed, active
.! man weaves brain cells into
his daily work
This means daily waste of
brain tissues which must be
A replaced by new material.
Proper food (containing
the food elements that re
build brain cells) is neces
sary for their repair and re
placement. This is life
tear down to build up better. i
Grape-Nuts food contains
the rebuilding elements of
wheat and barley and at the '
same time requires little ef-
n fort n the part of the digest- !
ive organs to appropriate it.
That's why Grape-Nuts food
has been the mainstay for
breakiasl and lunch in the
daily diet of thousands of
i successful men for years.
"There's a Reason."
Read the little book, "The
Road to Wcilville," in pkgs.
Your Hot Pipes
WHEN the heater man put
hot pipes through the
house in place of stove he
thought it was something
new. But nature put hoi pipes
all through our bodies to keep
us warm long, long ago.
sends heat and rich nourish
ment through the blood all
over the body. It docs its I
work through the blood. It
gives vigor to the tissues and
is a powerful flesh-producer.
All Dv:fitU; SOc. and $1.00.
Druchl & FranKen's Drug
Store Is Doing a Surpri
singly Large Business.
Alw&ys popular, it has made
strides, since the occupancy a
year ago of its new quarters, be
yond the most, santriune expecta
tions. I Sou can depend upon quality,
t You can depend upon tresh
You can send wmi child to the
The prices are reasonable.
Strictly a drug store of charac
ter. DRUEHL & FRAINKEN,
J71 Main. Bel! 10 and 188j End. 100. j
Union Dental Co.
218 South Mai.
Honest Work. Honest Prices.
Palnlene Extraction of Teeth or No
Pay. All Work Positively Guaranteed.
'Phone Bell 1126-X: Ind.. 112.
that since he-was 'eleven years
against ih" sworn testimony t the
r.hrro men I have named."
Judpp Thurman had reviewed prac
tically ail the evidence and covered ev
ery vital point of the rae when be
elose'l at 4:30 o'clock.
Soren X. Cbriatensen or' Sheets'?
eounsei followed him. speaking but ten
minutes. This leaves an hour and a
half for Attorneys CBristeosen am.)
Wedp-wnod to complete (heir arfpinlent
for. Sheets Thursday. From Mr. 'hris
tensen "s opening remarks il is ev ident
ly his purpose to make a cold, matter-of-fact
analysis nf the testimony intra
ddced by both sides aud to applv the
law of this State to the different point-?
of the testimony. Captain Wedgwood
will probably close the arguments for
Mietg. summing up the case and mak
msr Lhe final appeal to the jury.
liistncr. Attorney Loofbourow will
then take the floor and for two hours
and h half :4Mempt t r. break down lh'
arguments advanced by Sheets 's at
lorneva and secure a conviction of
Hanson for the State.
County Attorney Hanson made rhe
opening argument Wednesday after
noon tor the Stare 11 took but forty
minutes, and yet. his presentation of the
State's case was concise. logieal and
impressive. It was a foreiblo argument
from first to last and the attorney held
the clnsc attention of the joTOrs as he.
talked. Eloquently and feelingly be
carried the StcWhirters through the
card game and robbn in which they
lost tm-ir monev. out about town on
the wild goose chase for the polioe sr;.
tion witn Bell rri guide them, and final-Is-
to Sheets '8 office, where they wer'1
given back their paltrv $1000 out of
the fortune stolen from them With
stinging vehemence he burled a euss
tion after accusation at Sheets, chars
ing him with having worker! hand in
glove with the bunko men of this city
for a year or more
' Bell would never have d.n-d take
McWhirter to the police station if be
did not know that there was a man
in the chief 's chair who could be ban
died,'' he sHid. ''Beneath all ot this
rase, rotter, as it is. there i an under- i
current of vice and corruption that is I
even worse, and which has never come
to light. Sheets go Ids hlood money
and he earned it. The McWhirters
have no purpose in per.iuriug them j
Helves to convict him. They stand no
chance of getting their mom back !
now. -Ml they want, is to see justice
done 1 am here to say that; if the
McWhirters had never returned to Salr
Lake, and Bell and Bheets got them
out of town lhe night of the robbrv. ,
not n word of this Ca8e or story v r. ij ) i
have ever crime to light in this city." ;
Analysis of Evidence.
Attorney Hanson's analysis 6t the!
evidence in the case was Clear apd ably :
given from the Stage's standpoint, and
he closed his argument at o'clock
with ihe general impression prevalent I
that he had given the State an excel- I
lent start on its argument.
The "court room was tilled during the
afternoon. Attorney-General Broeden'l
was present. Former Chief of Detn
tiveg George Baleigh and the iwu Mr
Whin. 'is also were present.
At the morning session, afteT Sheets
had le-n called by the State for one
or two short questions, William Day
and T. 8. Pend'-rgrass, shorthand re
porters, were called. Pendergraes bad
taken the proceedings in the Council '
investigation of Sheets after the rob- I
berj lie admitted "after much ques 1
Honing that he ibi not get very much
of the proceedings on account of the I
confusion. Conncilmen R rnes and
Femstrom were then called " trsrjfv i
as lo questions and answers out to 1
Sheets at that time Thev ,,, Baja
that great eonlnakn prevaUed, and i tat
the Council finally ada'oumed withoui
araplishing anything. Sheets had
testified ruesday that he didn't know
what he had said al the investigation
on aecouni of the number of questions '
jmu to him, at once, and ho refused to
acknowledge the answers be wa al
leged to have made to certain questions
as those answers we,., read fr the
pui ported stenographic report ,
, 1 endergraee had maie of it,,- met ti .
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Fou naturally feel secure, wheu yon
know that the medicine you are about
to- take is absolutely pure and contains
no harmful or habit, producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swam6-Boot, the great Kidney, TAcr
and Bladder He.mcdy.
The same standard of purity strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of, Swamp-Hoot.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
I tcaspooni'ul dosea
l; is not recommended for every
It is nature's great helper in reliev
ing and curing kidney, liver ami bind
I ier troubles.
A sworn statement of purity is w,rh
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
SAMPLE BOTTLE TREE BY MAIL.
Send to Dr, Kilmer & Co., Bingham
tou. N v.. for a Bample bottle free bv
mail il wilf convince anyone. Yon will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling all about the. kidnevs.
i When writing be sure and mention the
Salr Lake City Daily Tribune.
SULLIVAN 10 ASK FOR
I A GHMGE0F VENUE
Suspected Murderer of Officer
Lord Wants Trial Taken to
Bailey v Vickery, attorneys for Joe
, Sullivan, the alleged murderer of Po
lice Officer Charles Ford, served a no-
tie s upon Districl Attorney Loofbourow
; Wednesday that they would appear in
'Judge Armstrong's division of the
! Third District court, Friday, aud pre
! sent a motion for a change of venue
for their client.
1 Sullivan's attorneys will not ak the
Substitution of a trial judge, bur. will
only a-dt that the case be transferred
to Summit, or Tooele county, in order
that, a Salt Lake county .jury will not,
be empaneled to try Sullivan. It will
be argued that in viow of the inflamed
condition of public se.ntiment against
Sullivan in Salr Lake countv, it would
be manifestly unfair to the suspect to
foree him to be tried by a Salt, Lake
The item of expense will cut a eon
siderable figure in the case, although
Sullivan's attorneys do not believe that
the expense will bo much greater in an
adjoining county than in Salt Lake
county, for lhe reason that the killing
of Police Officer Ford, and Sullivan's
alleged connection with it. has been
cry widely advertised io the Salt Lake
papers, and i1 will be extremely diffi
cult, to secure iiirors who have not
formed or expressed an opinion as to
the guilt or innocence, nf Sullivan.
Sullivan's case is set for trial on
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phone 5201. Ind. phone 360-348.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
THE HAGUE, Feb 36. Queen Wtl
helmlna and I'rlnce Hemi-, hpr husband,
liad a narrow escape from serious Injurs
In a carriage accident which occurred
near the palace today. The prince was
driving the carriage in which the Queen
was seated Eh a n.-irrow part of the
road an electric ear. coming at full speed,
. olllded willi the vehicle before the Prlnco
could turn out. The impact was very
Bevere ;ind the carriage was badly
Wre Iced, three wheels hHng torn off.
Fortunately, neither the Cjuepri nor the
Prinep a.- hurt. Tier Majesty was some
what unnerved but she was able to walk
to the i3laee. Shortly afterward 6he
in't lhe palaco and went to tbe residence
of tier mother. In order to reassure her
und prove that she had not been injured.
Ever Use Quick Shine Shoe Polish?
So turpentine or acids used in the
manufacture. It preserves the leather,
four shoes will las-i longer and wear bet
ter when polished with Quick Shine Shoe
rolish than any other polish made. Ask
v i.i i ir dealer for It. Accept no other.
Price, io cents.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phone 5201. Ind. phono 360-348.
" Cares Whilo You Slttp."
Confidence e n be placed in a rem
edy, which for a cjuarter of a century
hap earned unqualified praise, .Restful
nights are. assured at once.
Cresoleae is a Boon to Asthmatics
??ut fsottai for ar- flfyTHS
scnfitivr hoehfrt. 2F ft jS 5'-Hj
Cresoleno Antiseptic jwl .atMrtM
Tbrom Tabl te for tho II f ct JfW Uv
trrltnted thronf, of B i fK!v9RwL
your druKRtsl. or from rLrSX'
u. 10c. In atauips. warvVJT
The Vapo-Creiokna Co., Q&Jffjdt
Upon the heart action depends
not only health, but life. Tf weak,
the circulation is sluggish, am!
the supply of nourishment dimin
ished. It also fails to carry off
impurities. Disease follows from
decay and stagnation. Dr. Miles'
Heart ("tire stimulates the heart,
action bv strengthening the heart
nerves and muscles.
"I h:id frequent ii-int: p?elts nome- '
times as m:v three a dy. during
which my hert wouis seem to stop 1
i-.r-itinr. necessltatlnc lhe callinc or a
phvpu-tan to resuscitate Before fin- j
Inphtn.K the Rret Lottie of . Pr. Mfles'
Heart i"ur tlie sinking ;p!lii had ceased,
nnd 1 took altogether jvt "u;i)es for a
com plate cure."
REBECCA PK.VN F.T. liidia.napoll":. Ind. j
If (lrst bottle f.W to bc:'...-rlt, money back.
MILES MEDICAL CO., EJkhrt, Ind.
Attack Safe in Marriott s Meat
Market and Get Money
1 FAMILY DIAMONDS ARK
SAVED BY CIRCUMSTANCE
j Laundry Mark on Handkerchief
Found May Identify
j Jraek.5m.r11 attacksI lhe safe at J.
M. Marriott, b meat market, 22-24 West
First South street. Tuesday night,
I and obtained $210.05 in money and
! 1."00 shares of Totro miuinfr atoek.
valned at $1500; nlco several valuablo
j pnpere. among which were eouiracls lor
( furnish inp Supplies lo tho State prison
J lu rifling i-he safe the thioTSS scat
! terod the pn.pers over the floor and
: riverlookod $07 io bills in a bank
book, which gave no evidence that its
oontants were of value to the burglars.
The stolen money was in sold and
silver, probably evenly divided ir
amouut. The mining stock was in the
nnmn of Marriott's brother. A. Mar-
riottj of Gnldfield.
. The Marriott, meat market, has been
burglarized on an average of nearly
oni-e a twelve-month for the last half
dozen years. Within the last six years
rhe market has been robbed few tunes.
The last haul waa higzT than the
previous aggregate hauls, no one of the
other thefts amounting lo more than
Climb Through Skylight..
The cracksmen entered through the
skylight, piling barrels and boxes into
the air to reach the top. Tbo skylight
wae protected by wire netting, which
the burglars out away from one of Ihe
panes of glass within easv reach of a
post supporting the building They
then Our out. the pane of glass and
dropped to a platform, even or eight
feet below, supporting several can? of
lard, thus showing an intimate knowl
edge of the interior as well ast.be ex
terior of the building. Opening the
door of t.ho cutting room, into which
they bad descended, they made their
way to tbo safe, standing concealed
from the street, by the counter and
sides of beef, between the main room
and tlipi cutting room, almost below the
skylight through which tbey entered.
Use filedcre Hammer.
Armed wir.h a heavy sledge hammer
weighing twelve or fourteen pound",
muffled to deaden th blow", the cracks
men attacked the safe and broke off the
tumbler, punched out the pins holding
the safe wards with a steel drill, and
turned the lock until the heavy doOT
was released and swung open, giving
them access to the contents.
Hastily rnmaging through the safe,
scattering papers over the floor, the
cracksmen found and appropriated the
$210.95, the mining stock, and several
cheeks and a number of other valuablo
papers. Then they fled, making their
exit by the same way in which thev
came, climbing from the lard platform
thev landed upon, when they dropped
from the skylight, to the opening in
the skylight by a ladder they found
in the sJoTe. The ladder was secured
to the upright leading to the opening
in the skylight with a soiled linen
handkerchief. This handkerchief, with
the -cheap, blue polkadot handkerchief
wrapped around the poll of tbe Bledge
hammer to muffle the blows, and the
sledge hammer, are in the handa of the
Diamonds Are Saved.
The cracksmen were cheated out of
a much larger booty by a ohanoe cir
cumstance. That tbey did not find and
obtain from the safe the diamonds of
the Marriott family, valued at. thou
sands of dollars, was due to a bit. of
luck Airs. Marriott, who is UL Tues
day asked Mr. Marriott to take the
stones from tbe residence nd place
them in the meat market, safe He
brought them away from home with
him Tuesday morning, intending to
place them In fhe safe that, wa looted
Wednesday, but. happened to visit Mc
Gornick's bank and left Them in his
safety deposit vault.
Mr. Marriott usuallv leaves little
money in the safe at night, but had
neglected to hank receipts from sales
since last Fndn .
Detectives .r.irujey. WneeHng, Chase
and Burt are working 011 the cue. The
handkerchief wrapped around the poll
of the sledgo hammer to muffle the
sound of the blows bears a laundry
mark that is hing investigated,
; STREET SUPERVISOR
WILL ISSUE RECEIPTS j
A new system of bookkeeping has
gon into effeet In tho office of Street
Supervisor Raleigh, which will enable 1
1 htm lo keep a much hetter check on poll
i ihx collections than heretofore. IThfler .
! the new system white receipts w(l) be 1
I used for cash payments, and bine re- i
celpts for payments in labor.
Then too. deputies win not be allowed
to Issue receipts, where the tax c paid
1 In lnbor, but will be compelled to give j
1 an order for the receipt upon the poll j
I tax collector, who will ifsuc the receipt '
and make a notation upon it showing
tvIio pcrforme dthe labor Where It was
performed, :nd upon what date. or
i dates, it was performed.
The new system was proposer! by .
1 Mayor Bransford. who has bad consider-. 1
able experience In matters of tin kind,
and it is believed that it will work ad- i
ANNUAL REPORT OF STATE
Dr. A. C. Wherry, secretary of tbo ,
I'tah board of denial examiners, has
! filed his annual report -with Governor
Cutler. Fifteen license to practice den
tistry were Issued d mliitr the year, but '
; seven of the number decided Inter to 1
1 laave the State., and th fees had lo be
returned. 's provided by Uir.
1 Dr. Wherry thinks this provision of
the Iaw unwise. Six pi osecutions for
unlawufl practice were Instituted, and '
V. convictions were secured. The tinan-
ciaJ statement of the board is u r..:
lows: cash on band a1 the beginning of
: v yea;- M; fees--. ifi: "o;al. $868.24
disbursements, 1706.21; balance on hand. '
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' RUSSELL SECURES
I WANDAMERE TRACK i
Will Promote Horse Races on
All Holidays for Bip
1 laude Russell, who Is well known In I
horse racing clrf lea. has secured a lae
en the Wandamerc half-mile horse track
and, according to bis preseni schedule,
Will run big meets on all the holldavs,
with 'he npenlnp meci on Decoration
dny, followed by ihe Fourth of lulv.
Ju)y and on Labor day lie will put
up inviting purses and will endeavor to
sfeuro tho best horses from tho sur
rounding .dtie? for his micts. About
tl.-'OO will be given away !n priJic:-, ou the
It i doubtful whethe uhc Salt l.ik
Horsemen's association win bother with
any mutlnee meets In connection with
the regular Otan clrctiii meeting. The I
1 horaemen win iioid .-i mctinK next Tues
day, when all matters of fnTirc.t will
be taken op and action taken As the
circuit meet, according to thr present
schedule, will nor take place until the I
fall, there will b no conflicting dates
I with Russell, nnd th horses i" training
Will be able to pick up some cata monev :
j not looked for heretofore.
JOHN Dill CANNOT j
j Will Support Baseball Team,
aud Secures Lease on
Notwithstanding th Announcement
last fall by John Dubei that he was
through with baseball, the diamond IniK
attacked htm Wednesday and Inoculated
n very bad case of baseball fsver. The
day was warm Dubci said, tuo much po
to work Ho routed out a lot of old bats
and a bo of new balls and, after looking
them oxer. put. the tHophone into uae
locating several of the ball players. 'While
he was still In Rood humor he vialtod
Manager Bergarman of Lagoon ana made
arianKementf for the diamond whore h
Intends to play a majority of his games
the coining season. He he sleo made
a rrangements with Stephens, the one
armed pitcher, to manage the ball team,
and has signed Sponbr-rg to pitch again
this yoar, Bert llargetta will play on
the team, as will several others of last
year'8 men. Three or four new mm will
be secured from the Bast to strengthen
the line-up whie. It Is needed, and Dubei
expects to have one of the strongest ag
prregattons in the West and intends to
schedule games with hall toams from
I.'lah, Idaho, Nevada and Colorado.
SULLIVAN GOBS TO LOS
ANGELES FOR SCALPS
Fet Sullivan, who has probably the
bpst opportunity to land the lightweight
ehnmpfonshlp of an of the flghtprs in tho
field today will leavo for Los Angeles
Thursday to bn at true ringside or" the
"Battling" .Velsori-.Tames Brltt ten-round
contest scbednlod for next Tuesday night.
SnTlivan will lssuf a challenge from the
rlnsrstde to box ihe winner and has many
friends who are willing to bak hun
against either Nelson or Brltt. Sullivan
made a monkey out of Rudolph TJnhOlZ as
far as Bctence wa epncsrned in a twenty
round exhibition and while th referee
railed It S draw, Sullivan If confident If
iic over meets the Boer again thfre will
be no chance for a draw Sullivan al.v
secured a decision over "Cyclone" Thomp
son In twenty rounds, and is without
doxibt the most scientific boxer that has
donnod 8 glove In this part, of the coun
try. The friends of Sullivan are confi
dent that if be secures a math wiih any
of the lightweights In California he win
be able to com out best. man.
James McDonald, known as the "Or
phan." will go along. Manager Frd M
Mayer of the Florence Roberta company
111 take the. boTS to the const. Manager
Mayer wanted Sullivan to eo to Califor
nia la9t December, hut the lightweight
thought he could secure a match her
and refused to co.
Athletes Begin Training.
Wednesday afternoon Coach Bfaddock
and about fifteen members of the T'ni
vorsity track team ceased indoor work
and devoted their time 0 nthe cinders of
Cummings Held. Dad ConviU devoted his
energies to throwing the hammer, wind
ing up with o i 20-foot throw, whll Coach
Maddock coached Nlelson, Brlnion. Cal-
lcr and Hartley ou the sprints.
The University and Fifteenth Infantry
indoor baseball toams will play their first
contest Thursday afternoon at the t. ni
New ults for the member.? of the
baseball team arrived Wednesday morn
ing. A meeting of all th- candidates for
the i " baseball team will be held next
Long Auto Trip.
G. G- Davis of AmargosA. Nev,, and
Henry Monholm of this city, left on
Wednesday morning for Piochc. In a new
80-horsepower automobile August
Stocker, who sold ihe car to Davie, will
acoompanj them as far as Mllford, the j
trip being made by way of Provo, Nephi, '
Mllford and Afodena.
Close Basket Game.
Th- Sumner basketball team defeated .
the Forest Dale five by the close score
of 12 to 1". at the Wandamerc gynm..
slum, Wednesday afternoon Rumph '
threw three, field baskets; Gardner .'. and
Stddoway, 1 and " fre- throw, for rh
Sumners Elvans and KcCuUough threat
all ie baskets for tl losr.-
Count's the importance of mn
king paying investments.
First mortgages guaranteed
by this company pay b" per !
cent net. You hold the naort
tiajre in your own uame free N
from taxes aud we a 1 1 1 1 J to N
al! details. ; j
34 Main St. t
THINK ATKINS PAID
CITY SURPLUS AMOUNT
Treasurer Discovers $157 Too
Much in Poll Ta Cash
Tyid T. St. Ledger Atkins, former
chici' i-lcrk in tho street department,
pay over $li"7 more than was due from
him, at the i.imf of the finding of a
private poll tax honk in his possession,
lODtHiuinj; lis receipts for poll tax,
which hf admitted responsibility for
and paid in cash I
This ii n question :l:0 .11051; Wednes
day, and it hs nol ye been satisfac
torily anFrwerr.l. One thtnp in certain,
however. 1 has hern shown be; d
quesiion that jjiio? more has been paid
to the treasurer by the Street dnpnrt
nicnt rhnn tiu strrrt department col
Iect 1 on poll tax.
When r lie book was found in Mr.
Atkins's possession, he assumed respon
sibility for the 118 receipts and paid
over )pd64, the amount wnicfa the rep
resented in cash Since 'hi.-s payment
by .Mr. Atkinson, the books have been
carefully cheoked, and it. develop- chat
$1.37 more iias been paid to the treat
nrer, account of eash poll rax collec
tions, than "n-tis collected in i-ash
The liss of the eight poll tax books.
Tthidi were stolen from Street Super
visor Raleigh's office ou the tuh; of
r'ebruary 18, has hn tl n.iTh'iig to do
nirii he checking ot the cash account,
as the i-.ash CoUeotions had hen tran;
ferrii from the stubs of the r.-.-ipt
iio'ik1- io .-) eash book.
Urged to Spit Not.
Another splttr-r WstSI before .luilc;" Die ll
Wednesday afternoot:. This time It was
rh.irls EcUorson. who was arrsUoij I.--Policeman
Pierce, on Commercial streel
for ?pit.tlnK on the sidewalk Btckenon
pleaded aullty and tho uds;e tohi him
co go and do IBgewiM no more and upon
K-ckerson'3 promise he wa tJills.--harpcd.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phone o201. Ind. phnn
noteToFit I ll
noon at J. ..;.,., t!, ' ' ., n" 1
circle Those who Wn t v , III . lflnl 1
Mabel Chrleteiin. i..R , or, N Q- J
UfWnee' .'H 1
The Rev. Benjamin Fay Mill vin I
duct ehanvl cm ic.s PYUI- fon- I
11:80 o'clock. 8 n'rnirig MI
Members of ihe junior mi.,. ifl
, I'll-. Wl.h-l, or, ,, l,f ril3,., S! j
closo of school m jnc. The trtn "M 1
las six v. r.-; ... ,i .,,1'. r W'U mi.
I mad.- rail; .'.p,, TUnphan, 01" U2
. nr and Stockton were motioned ?l i'i S'l
abl. .amps to whl-l, ti. l:ip Vf.r,5; 1
j commlsaary. 4 "w ' '9
i Tbe picture of tl-,.- members of th. . i
noon on the st, ia M,,,.rIJln bundbfWs
ACCUSED FORGER HELD I S
TO THE DISTRICT CIJLRT
In retire rnurt. VdiiOHilav mornin.
Edward Mn,,,.: u , .. r.ofj 1 jgj
crook, was held to aiiiu. i ,h,
l-l-Ui-'-t .-..tin j;:,., , ' al WfiJ.
; charge of KOrond-decrc,- btirplan- pih 2 1
It or glove, 2 Wtl
Ibrr-r, hi.-,,,:; . berk hooks. Me flHrt S'-"!
- rial of f- .. -a m,AZwkm
PJt"" "IK- !, the A 1 fiery Cm ,.;t H, !tt
doubling tbe validity of the (heck S H
railing an officer.
V. CrS'-r'nl' ..-.ii W ox;, first N'orth BP9
street report-..! p. .11.0 the Ui'sii tf 4w- a
I pe.ln' tools from a hM W
' e.-. ,- ! ir- h.-.nn- Th'iTdav r,rt,
Tv.llrema,; l.vnn was detali-.fi nn the caw jK-
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sclnc or kidneys, pain around g szi m
th Joints and pains of all C0" i
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What glasses are to weak eyes.
Cascarets are to weak bowels. Jml
Old people constantly need them, v
and the need is a natural One. Vfctoma
You old people Cascarets are particularly for you. mv
You who don't exercise r- much as you used to. YflBpT.flen
who like the easy chair. ' y""Jlr.
Vou whose steps are slow, and whose muscles m'r1 '
less elastic You must realize that your bowels hlTf m,1
also become less active. ?
Tbey need this gentle help every day. StjsV
Don't regard Cascarets as physic. fffif
They stimulate the. bowels just as some foods willdoj lei
lust as exercise would do. if you took enough of it.
W, V "Ouu
They are not harsh, like salts and cathartics. Lrrbnk
The help which they give to weak bowels is just a ;J2f V(e
natural and gentle as the spur of youth. ffyS FOR
When eyes grovr dim, you help them. "L WaLl
Do the same with the. bowels when a makes them less efc',B' ylnd
These is nothing more important BM r-it
Co?tire bowels m-nn that decaying food ts clogged there, Asi tfct iPmitiyi
CocU of the bowels suck its poisons into the blood. LcblW
Yu can't feei well until this is corrected.
But do it gently not with a bowel irritant. And do it regyhtfr 1;;
one Cascaret a day. Bj; Pir,;
Coax the weak bowels don t drive thaw. lAe',
Cascarets axe candy tablets. They are sold by ail druicfleW. j ' -1,1 1
but never in bulk. Be sure you get the genuioe. with CCC MJPlju
ic'- on every tablet. Th' price is 50c, 25c and 1)
Ten Cents per Box m $ri
m MY I...- .!...! afRpvtaU tOTt-tmO
f I W m 8riprtllRocit, lOOn. 8nnL; ' otmf
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Bu:!:;h:rr 3rlc - iGn. Olytarifl. C. ,i'jVTB ,r8 Rp
A,k !.our doctor if he approves of this Zi"1 ' ' Vc- -ortMo wr.P4B V
,., ,. , r, , Baraoo Boot - - 3B;i . , . ,m kK
prejcnpironjar thlnblood, impure bloc J. V.ntor- Suffloioot to roiW oMflUdouao o.HK
Accept his amwer without question. rV-"'- V '"" ' VI US
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