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t I 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1912. - MM
Iiv ELEVEN KILLED 1WD '
: : OWE FffiLf HIT
Rear-End Collision Between
' Two Passenger Trains. Near
dfe CAR TELESCOPED
Engine Plows Through Entire
. Length of Coach; Trains
-.A 10 Mjnutes Apart.
I - Dc,:' 4' E,evun
dead, one probably fatally injured ami
four, others seriously injured is tho
wreck score as a result of the rear end
collision early today botween Cincin
nati & ruskingum Valloy passongor
train Xo. and Cfcvojaud, Akron &
Columbus passenger train No. 125, in
which the rear coach of. tho Cleveland,
Akron & Columbus train was tel
escoped. Tho revised list of the dead
MRS. li. A. JBMERSON of Zanca
villo and her two children, a boy aged
2 and a daughter aged 5.
JACK BUKGY, Zaucsvilfc, father o
IIENK1 .1. HASKELL, traveling
JIEXHV B ALB IAN, woolon manu
MAX J A KRIS. Lodi, 0.
L. II. BLAIXliJY. Zanesville, brake
man on Q. & .M. V, train.
HENRY BAR TLBS, Albion, Mich.
WILBUR LUDWl'G. Zanosvillc.
MRS. NELLIE TAYLOR. Zanesville.
Tho unidentified man of last night
today was found to bo Henry J. Has
kell, knovra all over ihc stato as a
leader of tho Gideons.
Tho accident happened ten .miles
east of here.
I Engine- Telescopes Car.
The engine of a. pabscngcr train
westbound on the Zanesvillo division
plowed into tho rear coach of a tram
bound for Zanesville from the Clove
land division. Tho engine aud car
were telescoped. The entire length of
the ear was piled on top of tho engine.
Tho Cleveland express was brought to
a stop for repairs. While the cngino
was stauding still a flagmau was or
dered out to stop tho approaching train
of tho Zanesvillo division. The flag
man had only proceeded-a few hundred
feet when the train roundod a curve.
The warning was too late and in an
other minute the crash came.
Tho trains were- running ten minutcn
apart. The second section gained on
the first because of the damaged engine,
I DEMOCRATIC CLUBS
WASHINGTON', Dec. 4. The National
League of Democratic clubs concluded
its Kcsslona here today by the election of
officers and the adoption of resolutions
recommending that the ceremonies of
swearing In of the prosldent and tho at
tendant papcant should not be Hcparatcd,
favoring but one term of'ofllcc for prcsi
ilnnt and deploring as unjust and reprc
liciiHiblr the manner In which the Panama
innal zone was acquired. The following
officers were elected: President Perry
Belmont of New Vork; vice president.
Senator Tlolco Smith of Georgia; second
vlcn president. Frederick Lynch. JWInne
itn: third vice president, Frederick W.
I Memphis Is Enjoined.
CINCINNATI. Dec. Judge Don
iston in the United States court of ap
peals sustained the plea of the Cumber
land Telephone and Telegraph company
granting an injunction against tho city
of Memphis Tenn., restraining the city
from enforcing an ordinance reducing
the rates for thai service.
I PHYSICIANS PRAISE
Most Eminent Throughout Europe
Indorse Preparation Brought
During the last sear there has been
Introduced Into tho United States a rcm
dy for Consumption which comes to us
with a most rcmarkablo list of Indorse
ments from tho leading specialists of Eu
rope. It has been used for soveral years on
tho other fide, and ease after case has
lcIJe4 to it.
This preparation Is called Sirolln. and
judging from tho condition of some of
ihe patients whom it has saved, no con
sumptive need fear that he is too far gone
to be benefited by it.
Sirolln builds up the body by increasing
the appetite and assisting digestion. It
checks the racking cough and lessens tho
gathering of mucus on the lungs In a re
If. you or anv of your friends are suf
fering from any throat or lung ailment
do not fail to ?end for full Information
about Sirolln to the Sirolln Co., 228 West
Broadwaj, New York City. Schramm
I Johnson. Drugp. "Tho Never Substitu-
' toro." live T) good stores, and all leading
druggists arc recommending and distrib
uting Sirloin with considerable success.
WWw Ww UT-0F-T0VN people,
B 9M I J cu in Salt Lake City,
H BB8 aro invited to make our
H ndi ofl1CGS- at 32 Main street, their
H aHH headquarters, and to avail
H i tlicmselvos of the complete fa-
H jH cilitIce oft'ers for handling
H Hl Rny ftnancial- fiduciary or in-
H HHH vestment affairs.
H HS Checking accounts arc ro-
H ' Hfl ccivcd, bearing 3 per cent in-
B flH tcrcGt' 1 Per cent ls Patd on
H jH ravings from $1.00 upwards
H ' and certificates of deposit aro
H issued bearing 6 per cent, pay-
Hj , HE a10 monthly, quarterly or
H HH THE SALT LAKE SEGTJR-
1 Hjfl ITY & TBUST CO.,
iwd mm ENDS
LIFE LOOT RMK
Police Have Great Difficulty
in Learning' Identity, But.
Receipt Gives Clue.
By International News Service.
CLEVELAND, Dec. I. Search by tele
graph that reached from coast to ooaHt
and back again, from Cleveland to San
Francisco and from San Francisco to
YVatertown. N. V., resulted toto tonight
In the identification of a woman who
killed herself today by taking poison.
Sho was Mrs. O. N. Kleppler, a resident
of San Francisco until a few weeks aso,
when her husband died.
lUts of paper from a note book, the
letter "K" embroidered on a handkerchief
and a torn receipt for a registered letter
Were the only means of Identification.
It was this receipt which gave the final
clew. Although Issued more than a year
ago the receipt was found upon investi
gation in San Francisco to have been Is
sued for a letter sent by O. N. Klop
plor to Miss Lottie M. Backus of Water
town, N. V. A message to Watcrlown
brought, the reply that Miss Backus'.s
sister. Mrs Kleppler, was undoubtedly the
suicide. Ilss Backus was furnished a
description, which tallied in every detail
with that of the woman, found dead here.
Sitting on an isolated bench In Wade
park, under the brandies of a leafless
tree, Mrs. Kleppler swallowed tho poison.
Three young men. walking through the
almost deserted park, saw her swaying
and gasping. She tried to speak, but
sank back dead.
Mrs. Kleppler was a native of Antwerp,
Pa., and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Backus, prominent in that vil
lage Sho had lived for a number ot
years in San Francisco.
For several months Mrs. Kleppler bad
been a sufferer " from locomotor ataxia.
This no doubt affected her mind and
drove bur to hec.death, said Miss Backus
CHICAGO. Dec. i "No moro quota
tions on butter and eggs." was tho start
ling information given to market editors
todav when pursuing immemorial prac-,
tlce'they applied to Secretary Halo of
the Chicago butler and cKg board for tho
dav'a quotations. Mr. Hale refused to
dlsouss tho matter in any way, but the
action of the board is said to be connect
ed with the government suit In which the
board is charged with conspiring to fix
prices. Tito government charged tho
board was operated In restraint of trade
as defined bv the Sherman antitrust law.
The evidence of the government was
completed before Master In Chancery
Morris some months ago and United
States District Attorney Wilkerson has
been wultlng since for the presentation
of evidence of tho defense.
Ho said ho was not surprised at the
abandonment of the quotations.
Butter and egg dealers say that the
market is now an open one and prices
quoted in market reports will be neces
sarily those at which actual salos are
made- During tho day sales of extra
creamery butter wore made at from 36
to 37 cents.
You will find that, drusjrists every
where speak well of Chamborlaio's
Cough TJcmcdy. The' know from long
experience in the sale of it that in cases
of courIis and colds it can always bo
dopendod upon, and that it is plclisant
and safe to take. For salo by all deal
TO LOSE THEIR JOBS
LOS ANGELES, Cal, Dec. 4. Major
Moore, treasurer jf tho Soldiers' home
ac Sawtello, was interrogated by Sena
tors Catron, Jones and Chamberlain
whou tho final session of tho senatorial
investigation committee began today.
It was intimated by tho investiga
tors that Major Moore's tenure might
bn affected, but if not he must horo
after confine his duties to that of treas
urer. Assertions had been made that
Moore had assumed authority bc3-ond
that of his office.
It was freely predicted today that
if the present system was held intact,
almost a complete change in tho per
sonnel of administrative officers would
AVENGER IS KILLED
BY MADDENED BULJ.
LOS ANGELES, Dec i, Joseph Itu
dolph, a dairy employee, died today from
wounds inflicted by a bull with which he
had deliberately engaged In battle.
Somo time ago the bull killed a fellow
employee. Afterward It was confined In
a pen. Rudolph determined to uvepec
bis comrado's death and entered tho small
inclosuro armed with a revolver, knife
and club. Before he could iihc any of
his three weapons the bull charged and
gored him so badly that ho died today.
MUST GIVE REASONS
WASHINGTON. Doc. Postmaster
General Hitchcock was called on by the
senate today nt the Instance of Senator
Hitchcock of Nebraska to produce all the
correspondence that has p.assed between
the department and five railway mall
clerks William TIall, C- H. Erwln, TL E.
Erwin. J. J. Negley and C. T. Rodman.
Senator Hitchcock said the men had been
demoted In the service and had not bocn
able to Hccuro from tho department any
statement of the reasons for Inflicting
, penalties upon them. The senate passed
,a resolution presented by Senator
Y owt Liver
is Clogged up
That's Why You're TtredOlit l
SortaHarc No Appttiie..
LIYER PILLS jBtmp '
iaamftt, iBdrgniloa, &cd Side Heeitt&t.
SHALL FILL. SMALL DOSE, SSALL PBIC2
Genuine atutbai Signature
LINCOLN " MEMORIAL
Two Millions Will Be Spent on
Structure Including Heroic
Figure of. Lincoln.
WASHINGTON. .Dec. 4. The Lin
coln memvorinl commission tonight de
cided to approve the dosign for a
monument to the martyred president
submitted by llonry Bacon., of New
President Taft, chairman of tho
commission, presided and Spoakor
Clnrk, Reprcscntativo Cnuuqp Sen
ators Cullom, Wctmore and Martin,
were present. Tho president will send,
to congress tomorrow a special message
transmitting the report of the memorial
commission and recommendiup: tho ac
ceptance of the dosign.
Tho dosign .approved tonight is for
a roctnngular marble structure in
Potomac park, 15G feet long and 34
fect wido, enclosed on two sides by
doric columns 41 feet high and 7 foot, 5
inches in diameter. In a central hall,
withiu the structure will stand tho
heroic figure of Abraham Lincoln sur
rounded by ionic columns fifty foot
On one of the walls of this central
hall on a bronzo table- will be Lin
coln's Gettysburg address and on tho
opposite wall his second inaugural' ad
drcHS. The statuo will be ou the saino axis
as the capital and the Grant and "Wash
ington monuments. According to Mr.
Bacon's plan, the memorial will cost,
about $1,775,000 and tho remainder of
tho $2,000,000 authorized by cougrcss
will bo used in improvement of the site
aud in architects' fccs
GETTING READY TO
MAKE NEW MONEY
Artist Cos of New York Re
tained to Draw Design for
Back of Bank Notes.
x WASHINGTON, Dec. -J With tho
end of the preparations for revolution
ary chRngeH in tho design and sizo of
American currency almost in sight,
Secretary MacVcagh, of tho ' treasury
department, expects to give the order
for printing the new notes to Director
Ralph, of tho bureau of engraving and
printing, about February 15, almost 'at
tho end of his adiniuistration.
It will rcquiro eighteen months to ac
complish the change, which consequent
ly will not be consummated until -well
along in President Wilson 's term of of
Secretary MacVcagh advanced to the
final stago of preparation today when
he engaged Kcnyori Cox, au artist of
Now York, to design tho back of the
notes, which will bo tho same for all
denominations of all classes of cur
rene. Cox todaj' submitted to the secretary
tho general features of tho design he
contemplates and theso wcro tentative
ly approved. This design is symbolic of
progress 'and peace, showing tho devel
opment of the nation in labor and com
merce. Tho new currcucy will bo two
thirds the size of that now in circulation.
FollB a Foul Plot.
When a Hhamcful plot exists between
liver and bowels to cause distress by re
fusing to act, tako Dr. King's New Life
Pills, and end such abuse of your sys
tem. They gently compel right action
of stomach, liver and bowels, and re
store your health and all good feelings.
25c at Schramm Johnson, drugs.
MRS. ROBERT GOELET
" IS DEAD IN PARIS
PARIS'. Dec. 4. Mrs. Robert Goolot of
New York, died today at her Paris resi
dence. Mrs. Goetlefs maiden name was ITari
cttc "Warren. She was married to Rob
ert Goclet in 1S79, by whom she hud two
children, Beatrice and Robert Walton
Goclet. Sho passed much of her time
abroad, both during- her husband's life
and afterward, maklnpr Ions' cruises on
board their yacht, the Nahma. Mr.
Goelet died on tho Nahma. in Naples in
Mrs. Goclet met the Emperor William
on several occasions during her crulse
and both he and the crown prince of Ger
many have been guests on board the
Mrs. Goelot wan taken 3rlou8lv ill in
August, this year, while at Southamp
ton and her ailment was dlapmosed an
cancer. She immediately loft for France
to undergo treatment.
Reports as to her condition, since
her arrival in Paris, bad boon eo fa
vorable that her death today iwas unex
Robert Walton Goelot was at his
Tho cause of death was a comolica
tlon of diseases. Mrs. Goelct, it was
learned today, underwent an operation
last summer for cancer.
The body will bo taken to the Unitod
STORM IN COLORADO
MAKES TRAINS LATE
DENVER, Colo.. Dee. i A storm
ewept down from Canada into Colorado
today and tonight most of tho slate
Is covered witb snow and deep drifts.
Trains on almost all the railroads com
ing into Denver havo been delayed. The
precipitation here was about .2 or three
Inches of snow, Denver was In the cen
ter of the storm's path which traveled
In a southeasterly direction ut. the rate
of thirty miles an hour. Reports Indi
cate that it ls comparatively narrow,
not extending north of Cheyenne. Wyo.,
or far south of Pueblo. It passed over
the western rlopc early today and was
clearing there tonight. At a late hour
the snow still wan falling here and
drifting before changeable wind
PLEADS GUILTY TO
VIOLATION OF LAW
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. Dr. C H
T. Atwood entered a plea of guilty In the
federal court today to a charo of UBlnc
the mails In violation of the law. This
Is the first case resulting from the drag
net which the postal department threw
across the country last month for the pur
pose of arresting physicians, druggists
end others who, it is alleged, were uslnn
the malls to advertise nostrums contrary
to the law. Five arrests were made in
FEDERAL JUDGE WAS
TO GETCOAL PROFIT
Close Friend of Jurist Testi
fies That Arch bald Was
Promised Half Interest.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. Admissions
that Judge Robert W. Arehbald of tho
court of commerce had been Interested
with him In a deal for the Katydid culm
dump, near Scranton, Pa., and would
have profited from the sale of the prop
erty, were drawn today from lSdwanl
J. Williams of Dunmorc. Pu., before tho
senate court of Impeachment.
Interest today centered about tho first
article of tho charges, which alleged that
Judgo Arehbald had exerted inlluuiice
upon officers of tho Erie railroad when
they had a lighterage case pending in his
court, to compel them to give an option
to Williams' upon Its portion of tho Katy
djd refuse coal heaps,, owned through Us
subsidiary company, ihc .Hillside Coal &
"What did Judge Arehbald do for which
ho was to rccclvo one-half the profits
from the coal dump?" demanded Repre
"It was none of anybody's business If
I wished to give it to him." retorted Wil
liams. To this he later added r.hat the interest
of Judge Arehbald resulted from "what
ho did for me" and. ihut "it was partly
through his influence . that T got the
SOCIETY GIRLS IN .
Prisoners Find Great Amusement
in Initiation ot Young Women
Into Entrc Xous Club.
By International News Service.
SPRINGFIELD. O., Dec. With pris
oners in the tiers shrieking and groaning;
six society girls of this city were in
itiated Into the "Entre Nous" club last
night by being blindfolded and led to
tho county jail and Incarcerated in the
padded cell, where maniacs and violent
prisoners arc confined. Sheriff Lawrence,
who pennited the initiation at the Jail,
secured tho assistance of the prisoners,
maklnpr a scene ns weird as possible. The
girls removed tho blindfolds and found
themselves in darkness. They tried to
escape, but only bumped Into tho padded
walls and iron bars on the door. When
released they were hysterical with
HUSBAND ORDERED NOT
TO ENTER WIFE'S HOME.
An order restraining ITeber C Cllve
from rciurnlns to bis homo. 555 South
West Temple street, until the divorce suit
filed by Martha M. Cllve. yesterday, Is
decided, was li-sucd by Judge George G
Arinstrong In the district court late yes
In her suit for divorce, Mr?. Clive al
leges that her life Is In constant dangor
as a result of tho brutal and drunken
attacks of her husband, nnd that she will
suffer great bodily harm unless he Is en
joined from entering her home. Tho
Cllvcs were married In Salt Lake In
1S7U, according to the complaint, and
for the past sovonil vears Cllve is said
to havo bocn an habitual drunkard. It
Is alleged that he attacked Mrs. Clive
last Tuesday night and struck her with
his fist in the face so hard that her
Klasscs were broken and the glass was
driven Into her flesh.
Mrs. Cllve asks for divorce and cus
tody of a minor child.
Homo Visitors' Excursions East.
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis
and return. Dates oC sales, December
21st and 23rd. 1912. Diverse routes
via the Chicago & Northwestern Jiy.
For rates and limits address C. A.
Walker, general agont. 31 7 Main street,
Salt Lake. (Advert bemcnf ).
Lowor Court Reversed.
Judgment of the lower court Is re
versed by an opinion of tho supreme
court handed down yestorday in thy
case of II. IT. Cummlngs against Chris
tian Nelson et al. The suit was brought
to enforce performance of an agreement,
to sell stock In the Ciimmings-Nlelson
company. . The case was non-suited In
tbe district, court. Holding that the lower
court erred In Its procedure, the supiomc
court orders a new trial.
Complaints charging Martin Klrk.
"John Doe' Zohman and "John Doe"
McGIUIs with crimen against Bernlcc
Pharrls, aged 11 years, and Mattlc C.
Bennett, aged 17 years, wcro issued by
the county attorney yeslcrday. Tho of
fenses aro alleged to have been com
mitted November 2P. Guardello Brown,
juvenile court probation officer. Is tho
complaining witness In enr-b case.
IT'S FINE FOB
Millions of Catarrh Victims Havo
Used- Booth's HYOMEI With
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nir the littlo hard rubbor
IJgBL 1IYOMEI inhaler. the
IBBBk exact fiize.
wBft If you own one you
c,1d i-'et a. bottlo of 11Y-ffi-O
OMEI (liquid) for only
j W If vou do not own
oue, $JJ)0 will eccure
JylPk for you a complete ont
DS3f fit. including iuhalcr.
HctB And now you havo in
Bjm K your possession sonic
Ka thing that has banished
UjTmMI more cases of catarrh
HyjK than all Ihu catarrh
rKl spccialticn un earth i
HUH .lust breathe HYO-!
EBUjIMI MJEI that's all r you
KflnjEg havo to do no stomach
IBalJBl doping. Tho soothing,,
! NHkB healing air passes over
nflBi the inflamed membrane,
MHI kills tho germs and
JBHHHP heals the inflammation.
iWul'JIIimijmmili It is guaranteed to
end the distress of ca
tarrh, coughs, croup and cohlB, or
money back. Distributed by Scbramm
, Johnson, five stores, and druggists
Booth's HYOM?:r (pronounce it
high-o-me) is Australian Eucalyptus
anj other grand antiseptics. It contains
no cocaino or other injurious drugs.
All Separate Skit:
At Half Price Jio
Three hundred and fifty new skirts our entiit
line-Serges, Corduroys, Voiles, Mohairs and Nov
elty Cloths. Each one an exceptional value, pricesiyin
range from $5.50 to $25.00. Alterations extral0F
Choose -now at HALF PRICE. f -
Stamped Goods One-Third Off 3iW
In our Art Department you will find a splendid van- f(J BgS
etv of stamped goods aprons, centerpieces, doilies, mmfM K
scarfs, pin cushions, library scarfs, table centers and Magf?
sofa pillows. Your choice now at one-third on. -Jk'JS
OUR DRUG STORE IS AT SSSmCV
WyZZZl 112-114 SO. MAIN ST RE 1ST Wf'wl
ILina Snito, Japanese Beauty
Captured by Slavers in Ta
coma, Bride oE Hero.
S RATTLE, Wash.. Dec. ITana
Sallo, tho beautiful Japanese slrl alleged
to havo been kidnaped by slavers In Ta
coma' scvoral months nso, who was rea
cuod by federal ofllclals in San Francisco
on the night of October 2, was married
In the federal building today to Totsuaro
Salto, a hotel employee. Salto, as her
rescuer, appeared In a hcrole light in
testimony given before the federal grand
Tho girl and Snito testified that they
were engaged lo be married; that after
her disappearance from Tacoma'Saito
traced her to Seattle and later . lo San
Francisco, finally guiding the federal ofll
elols to the place where she was Impris
oned. During his pursuit Salto received
two terrible bcatlng3 from the captors
of the girl.
One of the srand jurors suggested tha.t
tho couplo end their troublos by mar
riage. They assented, and at the wed
ding today a leading clergyman tied the
knot, courthouse employees acted as wit
nesses, and Ihc grand jurors gave the
wedding ring and other gifts lo'tlic bride.
FREAR IS NAMED TO
WASI-JI.VGTON. Dec 1. President
Taft today sent to the senate tho nom
inations of Waller Frcar lo bo governor
and Ernest A. Mot I Smith to bo secretary
of the territory of H.-jwall, and Phil E.
Bacr to be United Stales marshal for the
eastern district of Texas.
To bo postmaster at Pasadena. Cat,
John W. Wood.
Cabinet Members Ectjign.
TOKTO, Dec. 4. Premier Saionjl
and -the other members of tho .lapaueae
cabinet resigned today as a result of
tho crisis brought about by tho diffi
culty of finding a successor as war
minister lo Lieutenant General Upedra.
It is expected that either Princo Aaro
Kalsura or Lieutonant General Count
Tcrauehi, Japanese governor goncral of
Korea, will be asked to form a new
To Validate Entries.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON. Dec. Senator Smoot
today Introduced a bill to validate entries
under tho enlarged homestead acl made
In good, fail li prior lo September 1, 1011,
by homesteaders who had acquired title
to land under the original homestead act
and were therefore not qualified to nialte
enlarged homustcad entries, provided the
original entry was for less than one hun
dred and sixty acres.
The St. Maries' Christinas bazaar will
open at 10 o'clock this morning at loi
So. Main. Shoppers should visit the
.Tapaucse tea garden.
13.nl telephone service compels
change Order Kremola by mail only.
P. 0. box 107. (Advertisement.)
MEET IN COLORADO
Conference Will Be a Regularly
Organized Institution From
By International News Service.
PJCHMOND. Va..' Dec. 1. Colorado
Springs will be the next meeting place
of the governors' conference.
Governors McGovcrn of Wisconsin.
O'Neal of Alabama and Amnions of Colo
rado will bo the executive committee for
the coming year.
' Tho governors conference, providing
for the permanent organization of the
governors of all tho states, "for the bet
terment of each individual community
and the country as a whole," will In fu
ture be a regularly organized Institution,
with by-laws and other evidences of per
manency. Theso stops were decided upon at the
executive session of the fifth governors'
conference held here tonight following
tho reading of the secretary's and treas
urer's reports for tho past year. Thest
reports wero secrol, hut tho- remainder
of the matter wa3 given lo the pub
Colorado Springs was chosen as the
next year's meeting place, because the
fivo past conferences ba.va been held in
the east and it was therefore thought
best to stage the next one In the
IN DEPRAVITY CASE
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. . Approxi
mately fifteen men and boys are. under
indictment here in connection with the
vice clique scandal which has aroused the
city during the past few weeks. The
alleged scandalous conduct of a large
number of men and boys, revealed through
the confession of a youth arrested for
delinquency, led to. an official investiga
tion, which was followed by the arrest of
a score or more of men and boys, in
cluding many prominent In the piofes
slonaPand business Hfo of the city. A
number of persons mentioned In the al
leged confessions, and several of those
Indicted, lied the city. . ,
Van Cotf. Allison & Ttirer announco
.the removal of (heir offices to suite
Kill Walker Bank building.
W. J. Wolstonholmc, Managing Director
Arthur McFarlane. Secretary.
KING. HIAWATHA. BLACK HAWK.
Phonea, Wasatch 719, Office, 73 S. Main.
Blue Wagons Bring Belter Coal j
This coal has very "lffi;
habits it never goes 'jlpf
58 Matn St., 1355 Bo. 4th wMjjj
Here are sixteen Jm&
propriate "last woffia
Xmas suggestions we?
Mere Man: j
Fancy- Waistcoats yfoi
Silk Knit Muffler.'. '
Smoking Jackets, jjKlj
Shirt Stud Sets, jH0
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