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jHj ' B BALtV LA TRIBUTE, WEDNESDAY -MQRNITO, MARCH 25, 1903. 5 , . .. 11
B lBogns Countess of Monteil
tMra -.., pr0Yes to Be Most Daring
i -Hotel Kol)J)oi
-LIVED IN LUXURY AND
; STOLE FROM- THE RICH
.When Caught Woman Had j
' Skeleton Keys and Burg
' PARIS," March 'J3.' A aeries of mys'le-
tf"Sf1W rloHss hotel robberies on tho Itlvlern. c.n-
i '& tending over many years,, luis been ex-
I : planed by the arrest of the charming,
1 5 ' ;but masquerading Countess of Monteil.
, 'iToriycar.s the Counte'ss- of Monteil lias J
: ontortnJned lavishly, both at Paris and :
ftilj V ' "tlie JRIvlern. Her wealth and Jewels have
ffKfjM 'drawn comment and admiration from far
n i 'and near, Now she Is declared one of
,'jRjfi ' ;the most? Ingenious, successful and au-
Sjij idnclous hotel thieves that has over trou-
" ill blc'd the hotol proprietors of France. Her
'. a trust at Nice reveaJa her, not as tlic i
I?' m , 'captivating; brilliant countess, but ns a
4j;iJ thoroughly up-to-date hurglnr. carrying
ENu ' concealed in licr bewitching garments an
mffii : 'srray of burglar's implements of Intrl-. I
?t( - 'cate workmanship, which opened to her
Sf.jfT 1 ;any hotel room on fho Riviera which she
.Vd knew to contain tlio coveted wealth of
'JK "money and valuables.
m B , Wherever the countess stopped, there
ns )? : talways did mysteriously inexplicable rob-
nfensl ,beries baffle the police. Valuables dls-
BffljJr (appeared from tho rooms of rich Amori-
Htlr. Jeans- In tho most mysterious manner,
K'fJ 'for the doors were always found locked
JfrHf ' land windows fastened. Gradually, but
3mf . vaguely the- faintest liitzc of suspicion be-
jffww igan to bo directed toward the Countess
JpPJ l !f Monte-II. Tho cautious agents of the
'8 Jii (department of French surety InvwMgat-
ffififl '. 'd qulotly the history of the countess.
BFvTr t Thoy found that she ha1 been born of a
-afl j irspoctablv) French family, and that her
film maiden name was Amelia Condemine.
IjwDy. ! She married a man named Portal and
ljinfy : ,coo to live In Paris. Afterward they
WUm 'separated, and Mrs. Portal went to the
n'fja-1 -United States. Two years lator she re-
n ' turned to France as the Countess of
wM Monteil. For several years' she held bril-
! Hunt sway in society. She visited the
5. 3 'leading watering places on the continent,
yiffsU 'but especially the winter resorts In south-
Jfc'Sjh ; em France.
jfij , Trapped at Last.
jK'. jb.j; It was several years ago that the first
S4fi! ' thoughts of police suspicion drifted
p'jfi ! toward the countoss. and her sensation -
EJb ; al arrest at Nice at one of the famous
Bji ; hotels is the culmination of long and pa-
Ef-Ai f tlent watchfulness by French detectives.
-Vf.A j Her undoing came in a moment of over-
rajpp)? eajcmcfls to rob. Waiting detectives
gu,V, f.y foujid her enveloped In p. long nnd beau-
i tlful- cloak, bending over the door of the
mru room of a wealthy American tourist.
IT If t When tins woman was searched the po-
ti Jj I lice found hidden In special pocketa of
"H tier- clothe?, plncora, files, skeleton keys,
15 S J screw drivers and no fewpr than twenty-
f) -ft j foven pairs of small, delicately made nlp-
I K-l pers, used by burglars to unlock and lock
if ft ; 'k door with its own koy when the key
(i ilS I !. on the Insldo of thi door.
fl"'Ui t .Jhe detectives will seek to prove, more-
lyfyy over,' that the masquerading countess was
fJT M li In fact the active director of a band of
f l -sl' f hotel robbers, mostly men, Borne of whom
l M f have been arrested, and whose aggregate
iLi L Jco1- is of Steat value. i
!f m NHMS
; g mi$ mm
Oliief Pift Issues Ultimatum to j
Vehicle and Automobile J
li I chicle and automobile drivers must
t S olisflrvc the speed ordinance relative
Rat t'-cr.QEEiiirrs, as well as streets, and
h f must slow down to four miles an hour,
M j the-' .maximum limit provided by
' ) ordinance, in making street intersec-
2 9 ' tions uuder penalty of arrest and
7ro5ccTitinn for violating the speed
L '' 1 ' o'rdinauce.
'',:. " pbief of Police Pitt, M-ondar nigbt,
A;-, p issued inHtructions to the patrolmen to
&. .'J arrest any driver, cither of a vehicle
ft: J or' aulorribbile. who is caught making
t;1! f.tfeet'" intersections faster than the
; speed provided for iu the speed
1' I If 1 ordinance.
fej ' ( "Vehicle and automobile drivers also
Hp ' J lausb keep to the rii;ht side of the
"i: street in the direction which they are
B&' B g'o'ihri, under penalty of arrest and
Bi'S'. ' fprbaecution for violating the speed
ft 1 i ordinance.
Iv j:.- NOTES Of EUREKA j
; Special to The Tribune.
fcUREKA, March 23. Mammoth Min
i ir. union will give its annual dance at
Mie'Mammoth opera house Tuosday cvon-
'ing. March 31.
j John Francis of Robinson has leased
thy 'Weigh tinan hotel at rayson and will
i take possepslon this week.
t r MIb Corrinfc Bnrnott, a- nlater of Brax-
ton Barnctt. raprftKiintativo from Juab
jj fMunty, is visiting her sister, Mr.?. Wood
X Mayor Andrew Mitchell and bride ve-
turned thin week from their honevmoon
' and received a royal welcome.
Samuel Freeklctoa and family have
i gone to Wapello. Ida., to reside.
) Mammoth Miners' union No. 23S has
I elected the following officers: Peter
Faulkner. presidMit; 4 A. D, FIsjliRr. vlce-
:prcHldc-nt; Edward M, Leminer, financial
i sccrctao" William Forsey, recording
ascretary; Frank Clayson. treasurer; Wal-
jacoBushnsll, warden; James Gee, con-
' Eureka Miners' union Xo. 131 ofllcers- '
elect for tlio next year are: Prsid'-nt.
Frank. Cronmr: vlce-prealdunt, James
f Jiiinloy; financial secret arv. Wesley Mor-'
ton; recording secretary, John .M. Pf;ter
1 5?nV KC3111-,0,1"1 Chiles I.lnd: oondfictor.
J iu. J. Russell. Jr.; warden.-), Gus Vlcrtr-l
j and Jamea Mace.
li1?ra"lr Cromer, llir new president of
, tho fc.uroka miners' union, has been ap-
5'?i5isa,.irnan.4?5Crn of MinorK' Supply
gn'd' C' SlH,,"a". re"-
Xpho Ladius' Aid cociety will inept at
'( Tlntjc lodge Xo. 711. T3, p n Klk?
. will hold Its annual election next Thurs
U day' evening. r There is intense rivalry
'Ifi . J'S- H';',"!Vi'le v various . of -,
Purifies and enrichce Hie blood anO
builds up the whole. Bystetn. '
Tfc radically cures all blood dieonses,
from piaiplea to scrofula.
It is the best remedy for calnrrh.
rhenmatiam aud dyspepsia.
At all timnB of the year it is IhG
most widely useful medicine.
These statements are confirmed daily
bv cured men and women.
Over 40,000 testimonials received in
two years an uncqualcd record!
I In tabjota, as well as in usual liquid
; form. 100 Doses Ont Dollar
s swiko mm
"Spike' .Smith Hits on Unique,
bul Unfortunate Flau of
"Spike" Smith, ex-prize-fiprhter and
messenger boy, did enough work in
carting away and hypothecating- 80
cents' worth of old junk Tuosday to
have oarued him a much greater sum.
To steal a radiator from the Ameri
can Linen Supplv company. 13S West
First South street, "Spike" borrowed
a truck from tho Miller ommissiou
company, near West Temple nud First
South streets, explaining to the louder
that ho wns going to move a. radiator
for the Linen Supply company, lie ;
then threw the unwioldy radiator upon
tho truck and laboriously wheeled it
to Levy's junk shop, on First West,
between Second and Third South
streets, nearly four blocks away, and
sold it for 80" cents.
There were hints of summer in the
nir, nnd the loading of tho radiator
upon the truck at tlio Linen Supply
company's place of business caused
"Spike'" to perspire, so he removed his
coat. After he had carted the radiator
awav he wheeled the truck back to
'. tho "Miller Commission house, calmly
put ou his coat, and walked away, re
pairing to Victoria alley to spend the
SO conts. There Policeman Simpson
got him an hour afterward raising
igh jinks in a ding at rho primrose
path "on the SO cent's, and threw him
iut.0 nail on a charge of petit larceny.
"Spike's' '" first namo is James.
NEWS OP PARK CITY
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. March 'J3. One or ihe
saddest deaths that has occurred In tills
city for some time was that of Leo Hays,
who died at the miners' hospital this
morning. The young man had been ill but
a short time, and Tue-sday was operated
on for appendicitis. He improved slowly
after the operation until Thursday, when
I unlooked-for complications set In and ow
i Ing to his wcakenod condition death soon
! claimed him. The news of the death i-eme
j as a great shock to every one who know
Hays, although it was known that his
' condition was ery serious. He was the
! eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays,
I being 20 years of age He was an active
member of the Knights of Columbus,
which order will have carge of the fun
eral services. The pupils of Ihe high
school who were his classmates are ar
ranging for a beautiful floral offering.
The funeral will bo held at the Catholic,
church Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock un
der tho auspices of the Knights of Co
lumbus, who will attend in a body. The
remains will be shipped to O'XeiJ, Xeb..
for intermont. Mr. and Mrs. Hays will
accompany the body.
Funeral services over the remains of
George Crockett the agQd miner who
died Frldav. were held at the Methodist
church Sunday, the Rev. Barnct officiat
ing, interment was in City cemetery.
The Women's athenaeum met at the
home of Mrs. B. J. Biggs Tuesday after
noon. Tho study of English history was
finished for tills year and several Inter
esting papers were read.
HOT ON TRAIL OF
i BANDITS WITH $47,000
KLXO, Nev., March i. The three
bandits who held up Edward Hoffman
and secured .$-17,000 belonging to the
Ccnlition Mining company Sunday,
made their way to Schurz during tho
night, stole a hand'ear and made their
way into the Walker Tndian reserva
tion. They are now being pursued by
I former members of the Walker Indian
police, and are headed for Buckbrusli
; Springs, the only place in the moun-
! tains wheiP water can be secured.
. Their uoui'3c indicates they are trying
I to reach 'Reno.
! Sargt. Lundy of the Nevada po
j lice stated yesterday that his men
xmdqr him are on guard. The belief
is expressed, that the robbers will be
captured within forty oight hours.
A GREAT LIKE OF POPULAR. WALL
PAP3RS AT POPULAR PRICES ;
Finest Chambray effects on the mar
ket, superior crown friezes, self-toned
! duplex and chintz papers, etc.
i GEO. W. EBKRT & CO.. 57 Main.
The fata thai all grcal, for- j
limes oLMie proseul day are
built upon a foundation of
small savings, should be an
' incenl.ivc to every person not
1o despise the little things "
the nicl:les and the dimes.
The art is not in making
money but in saving it.
Cornelius Vauderbilt. . j
We make a specially of
handling small' savings ae
j -counts,, ofiiering 4 per. eeiit
j compound interest.
Security & Trust
34 Upper Main Street,
. FOR PIMMES, TOO
Nry Discovery Curca Eczema and Eradi
cates Minor Skin Troubles Over Night,
About, a month ago tho dlnpetiHeru of
poulam, the now discovery for the cure
of oczorna, doclilcd to allow the drugRlflts
of tho country to liandlo It. Previous to
thnt time It could only be obtalnod direct
from the laboratories.
Since this change In the method of dis
tribution, poshun has met with the most
phenomenal nuccesa of anything Intro
duced to the drug trade In tho laat 30
years. All leading drhcglstf, Including
the 1 J. Hill Drug Co., in Salt Lake
City, arc now carrying the special fiO-ccnt
alzc recently ncloptwJ, also the ?- Jar.
This great success Is not. .surprising
whim It la remembered that, in eczema
cases, poslam stops the. itching with llrst
application, proidp to heal immediately,
and cures chronic cayes o a few wcoky.
In minor skin troubles, such as plmploK,
blackheads, acno. herpes, 'blotches, rash,
etc., rsultn show after nn overnight ap
plication. JCxpt'i-Imcnuil samples of. pos
Inm are sent to anyone by mall iYoo of
charge, by the Emergency Laboratories,
3'J "West Twentv-fifHi street. Xcw York
DID ROT VIOLATE LAW, I
SAYS MILKMAN MERRILLl
! - -
Changes Plea to "Xot Unilfy"
in Judge DicliTs
li. C. ilcrrilJ, owner of a dairy at
Fifteenth South and Ninth East streets,
charged with violating the pure food
laws by selling milk below tho stand
ard, appeared beforo Judyo Dichl Tuca- .
da3r afleruoon and changed his plea of
guilt', entered a. week ago. ro not
guilty. His hearing wns set for March
Merrill, according to City Food In
spector Walter K. b'rasicr. sold impuro
milk to the Faust Creamery nnd Sup
ply company. The inspector determined J
tho failure 'of tho milk to meet tho re
quirements of the law by analysis and
ordered Merrill to cease its sale within
the city limits until he had met the re
quirements of the pure food law. The
creamery and supply compuny also re- ,
fused to accept any more -milk from j
Merrill until he should offer a pure
To evade his order, Ihe inspector
charges. Merrill delivered milk to oilier
milkmen outside the city limits, who
brought it into Uio city and disposed
Merrill, in changing his plea, said
thnt he misunderstood the charge when
pleaded guilty. Ho thought then, ho
said, that he was charged wilh bringing
milk below the standard into tho city
limits and selling it. Assistant Citv
Attorney li. O. Rogers said that Merrill
certainly was intelligent and should
have been able to understand the com
plaint charging the sale of milk below
the standard when it was read to him
clearlv and plainly, and .ludge Diohl
voiced tlio same opinion, but agreed to
allow the caee to go over till March
Soren X. Christenscu and B. Clegg
aro counsel for Merrill.
WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE.
From October to May, Colds are the most
frequent cnuso of Headache. LiAXATI VJE1
BROMO QUININE removes cause. E.
Yv. Grove on box. 25c
10AIE M'GANDLESS 1
I IB K
He Is Hound Over by Justice
Beck to Stand Trial in Dis
Special to The Tribune.
I.EHI,. March 21. Duane McC.tndless
was today bound ovor by Justice George
Beck to stand trial on hte charge of
murder before the district court. County
Attorney Thomas Johns conducted tho
prosecution and Judge Whltccotton
looked after the defense. The hearing
consumed most of the day, but developed
nothing new outside of that brought out
In the coroner's Inquest. MeCandlass
told his side of the story, which was to
tho effect that the two had been drink
ing together during tho evening. Jones
at intervals inslstod he could whip any
of the McCandlaas boys, and Duane
flnullv decided to accommodate him.
Friends- of both men started to accom
pam the men out of the city, where
they were to tlcrht It out. While on the
wav Jones called MeCandlass a vile
name, which caused the latter to pull hi?
coal, and while in the act of removing
two bottles of beer which he had In hie
hip pockets, Jones advanced to commence
the encounter, when the dcath-deaJIng
blow wa3 struck. MeCandlass declared
tha.t his reason for striking with the beer
bottle was that ho had not time to put
them down before Jones came at him.
and that ho had absolutely no Intention
of killing hl3 man when the blow was
I Bntries for Emeryville.
Special to Tj'he Tribune.
OAKLAND, March 24. Following are
the entries for Wednesday's races at Em
I Firut race, six fivrloncs. aslling An
I drew B. Cook. 115; Lord Nelpon, 111: Dlek
! Wilson. 114; Combury. 112; NHfrar.am, 111:
John II. Sneehan, 111; Hllgert 111; Atfron
111 103; Dr. Coleman. 108: Frolic. 106;
Crystal Wave. 101; Vinton. 101.
Second race, four furlongs, purse Car
misn. 10S; Cnpt. John, 107: Bill Eaton,
107; Ocean Maid. 10-1; Del Cruzodos, 101;
Tom TIayward, 03; Intonation, OS: Vesper
Third race, two miles, selling benc
vollo. 107; Mies Rill!?. 102; Arcouil, Of.;
Kogo. 93: Pontotoc, 101; Leila Illll, 97;
Uoyal Maxim. SS; Totauus, 3S.
Fourth race. San Ramon handicap, six
and one-half furlongs Gemmell, 121:
Johnnv Lyons. JO.",; Fred Bent, 100; St.
Francis. 110; Tiie Mist. 102; Grace C 01.
Fifth race, mile and seventy .vards. sell
Injjynrtc Nicht. 101; Lustig. 10K; Coine
dlnn. 103: TolWc 30; Avona. S9; Hlghguu.
R0; Echo real I, 107; Cardinal Snrto 104;
Marv )3. Clark, 102; Convent Boll, 08;
Flora, 0; Orchota, S5.
Sixth race, mile and twenty yards
Down Patrick, U.2; Judge Nelson. 107;
Cudlchon, 100; Sugar Maid, 107; Como,
Tea is the cheapest, of
.luxuries; good tea is a
-' .".Your srocer returns 7onr roooix if iou.don'1
fl'-ilikeScbillintr'e Bost: -sve'rar-hlai
Uutriou for Arcadia,
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOS ANGELES. March 21. The en
tries for Wednesday's races at feantu
Anita aro as follows:
First race, five furlongs, selling Mar
pie D.. J))2; Compound Tnle.rent. 102; Lady
Powell. 102; Virginia Green. 102; Feb G..
102; Waldorf Belle. 102; Auburudnle, 07;
Rathnclly, 07; JtodlacQ. 07; Lonl.-i, 07,
Second race, half-mile, soiling ChlIJa,
107 : Bold, 103; Madeline Muflyravc, 103;
Noddnin, 101 ; Marlon Deloruie. 101.
Third ro.ee, woven furlongs, selling
Litholln. 107; Ldyhi ITamllfon. 107; Dally',
1U7; Laudable, 102: Barbell. 102; Black
Dresu, 102; L6I3 Cavanaugh, 102; Artie
Fourth race, mile Domlmis Aivi, I OS;
Critic, 107; Daruma, 103; Veil, 103; Ma
Flfih race, mile and a. furlong, selling
Perry WJokes, 01; Leo Grlght, 01; RiiBt
Hng 'Sllif. 01; Fastoso. Dr. White. 05;
Bjirdonla, 91; Ellc, Ofi; Invlctna, Ofi; J. C.
Sixth race, mile, selling Sherry, 105:
- Sminh-.oln.s. I0n; Arragon. 105; Playllt,
102; Miss Hlmynr. 104; Ua.izle, 104; Buuii
whacker. 101; Sallna. 101; Banollen, 100;
Airs, 100; Pyrrho. 07: John Lylop, 07; Au
dubon. 07; Buonn, 07: Iord RoHsiugton, 07.
I Papor Cleaning Time Is Here.
Dono by C?ufi'in, Schramm's drug
j R. D. Evans,
I Undertaker and EmbaJmor. has reinoved
1 to new location. 48 South State.
jlGARftHER DAILY 5TWSt
Mat Style and
Tou Aill find the style that
you want the style thai, suits
you and at the price you wish
to pay. iC you come, here i!or
'We are showing cW.cus of
styles, almost; every- known
shape approved by fashion be
ing carried by the Gardner
"Whatever shade you desire,
we have it.
Great values at $.1.50 and
$2.50: "Gardner Special."
$3.50 (a $4 value) ; Stetsoirs. $4
If you experience any difl;i-i .
i culty in securfing a lit, rcmcm
; ber we haye an expert hatter
j who. with the aid of a couform
' er. will adjust dhe liat you pur
i chase to lit you snugly and crni
i fort ably.
l As soon as we catch
I up on orders we will il i
I lustrate in the daily pa-
pers'the newest and the
best things in Millinery, 1
! as heretofore. " 1
1 1 The season has opened j
I with quite three times 1
the volume of business
we had at this time last
We Don't Know Why. I
I w Perhaps tlie Goods and
i S Prices have much to do
with it. I
I 116 Main St. p
1 CLEANING WAGONS
I Arc .doing fine work. "We
; guarantee every inch oJ: our I
;j work. Send in your orders F
j early. B
Telephones Bell 3486,
Ind. 14.84. I
W . .' Food for thought cf ftr: W a
I Food for work 11 '9
:Jf. I Food for brain I1 m
I Unaada Biscuit I .1
I The most nourishing of all wheat foods. - 1 I
111 moisture proof packages. wfi, :M
M . N J& Never sold in bulk (W) ' W
(K NIATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ffi . 1
li WRITE FOR I
li DRUGS I
We have a mail order department
0 v,iucb will promptly servo o
residents of the surrounding Jf
O I owns and country "who noed o
anything: in drag store supplies, x
Mnil orders have immediate at- Q
lention and can be filled, the day x
O of receipt. O
g : O
s dayton mm CO. 8
Oor. 2nd So. and State at. Tel. fJ
( 552. O
Do you ovn an automo
bile V Ton uecd a good clock
and there is only 'one "best."
"We have it.
Clielsea clocks run like
chronometers and are guar
anteed. ! - 1
LT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
fine Clock and Watch Hopainng.
I The daily re-
minder that I
meal time is
worth while, i
i iUSLER'S FL0UE I
I Good Housewives i
Thlnkinc: of housa-cleanlne, g'-t a S
S bot.tle of Brlce's Instantaneous 5
S Bug: Killer, -well knowing that a g
P UtUe, used now, will save lots of
J trouble In the hot weather, when
these pesky liUlo brown pefla get 0
real busy. Extra large bottles. 2oc. g
$ Both phoncB -157. rtemembor the S
1 44 MAIN STREET.
J MONARCH HARDWARE CO.
If you contemplate building It will
pay you to sec mo.
I Plans and
L. furnished free
clwT when contract
(55 Second So. St!
jSjjrteifeSisg Both phones 414
r: SALT LAKE
I . CITY.
3 ! i
I FORCED TO VACATE! I
1 My Entire Jewelry StocK to be Sold at Cost 9
I NOTHING RESERVED. Your opportunity to buy the 9
I beat goods at the lowest prices. Established I860. Solid 9
I gold and filled watches, and diamonds for less than they fl
I cost me. Take advantage by coming early, before-the S
I crowd gels here. OPEN ALL DAY, Sales going on all the w
I Show Oases, Wall Oases, a tine Hall safe for sale. Every- wj
I E. F. Amussen Jewelry Co., i
R. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY,
GEORGE RUST. Goneral Managar.
Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming,
orflce In Tribune Bldg., Salt Laka City.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 189 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG. Presldant.
BYRON GROO, Cahler.
Commercial Banking In All Its Branches.
Four per cent interest on savings deposit.
Absorbed the Salt Lake Branch of Wall,
s Fargo & Co.'a Bank.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Ren.
Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued.
Available In All Parts of the World.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT.
W. S. M'CORIs'ICK', JOS. NELSON.
UTAH NATIONAL BANK
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
Safoty Depoolt Boxes for Kent.
K. T. BADGBB, THOS. R. CUTLiBR,
DESERET NATIONAL BANK
U. B. Depository.
Salt city. Utah.
Capital, 5OO,000.0O; surplus, ?oOO,C60.00
U. S. HHJs Prcaldtnt
Moaw Thatcher , . .VIce-Pfee!dant
H. B. TounK . .u CashleT
IMBrar fi. HIHb Mst, Cashier
L. W. Burton -Asst. Cashier
Saiety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
CapIteJ, il0,000; Surplus, 575.009.
Special attention given to the col.
lection of rents, payment of taxes,
and the care of properts' for non-resl-dentc
251 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Salt Lak6 City. Utah.
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern eavlnga depart
ment conducted In connection tvltb thta
bank. Safe deposit boxea for rent. U. S.
Frank Knox, president; James A.
Murray, vice -president; W. F. Earls,
Capital paid In. 5300.000. Interest paid
on time depos'ta.
McCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
I GEO- G. BOYLE & C0--
Moved to 143 E. 2nd So.
I j Union Dental 1
218 SOUTH MAIN. 4
' ! Honest Work. il
: Honest Prices im
J PalnleBs Extraction of Teeth
J or no pay. All Work Positively I'M
e Guaranteed. 'W
m 'Phones, Bell 1126 X; Ind. 1125.
1 Invest in
Hj Buy something Co build BH
up "your system before sH
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