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2 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1909 4
SACRAMENTO RE
PORTS A TINE
CASE
A flno example or a recovery In a
case of kidney disease that was sup
posed to be Incurablo in reported from
Sacramento Mr 1 T Gibson of 521
Ninth street Sacramento was In Oc
tober last in a local hospital in the
Capital City swollen with dropsy thai
often attends the serious and supposed I
Incurablo forms As Is usual in thcoc
cases the hospital treatment pot no i
results when ho was advised to try I
Fultons Renal Compound by a friotid
Charles A Newton the jardmaotet
of the S P R R Co at Sacramento
who had himself been cured by the
treatmcnt Dropoy began to Hiibflide
and the renal Inflammation Rradually
abated and Gibson la now back to his
employment with the S P R IL Co
after recovering from a disease that Is
rated as Incurable the world over
In a letter ho has Just written ho
atatoa 1 belIeve it has saved my life
It IB tho greatest remedy for kidney
dgcasc on earth
No matter whethercalled kidney
trouble Nephritic1or Brights Dig
ase1 tho real difficulty 1XFLAM I
M TIONT OF THE KIDNEYS Fultons
Renal Compound Is the first emollient I
for inflamed kidneys that the world
hii ocr BOOIU Send for literature
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UTAH NATIONAL
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OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONS1BILITY WARRANT
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Harold J Poory VlcePrco
Ralph E Hoag Cathlor
A V Mcintosh Awt Cashier
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and balr Juat M enrol AS r tQ
Lunshino talv1
Irowtb 01 crops It produces a thIck
lUxuriant
4c tallot wo xtJrlllnt hair when an otba romo
1u 4fIlDtee Dnderlno All drug
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Chicago 111
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L STATE NEW
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Of ZION RfORGANZfS
Salt lako City Iirr 1LTIic Sail
Lake 5 > inpluun frr Jitslra hold a re
hcnrsnl In connmiVn wth ih rcor
Kanfzalloh at ho odrin yo vdav af
ternoon arty nwinbfift liHn present
Hprplofbfn jjjo rrlIIJllr Ill hI > con
talnbd In Ha Ifa i f m rnhoa hntr
melT and wriVn it Itnjfl no pros
out plan of rxBaiihftison tlievc will
1w no aonjn I J iMcClcllnn the
leaner and inc of iJie directors saId
yesterday that ilio 011110 connected
with the oigflnlztitlM In the past hafl
boon loyuj 11 Rlvjng their jsrvlcot
free whenever occasion demanded
nnd that the only nwop for reorgan
ization tbtrf lar wlifioul tlirsc wom
en was the nrpmlOTr hr society to
mnko Jt j niinii jiruif hlonul one
Vriang nirn have hero made to
hrld rpjjnla M > cMy t LVKVmls aoh
Thin day nUrnlrj H the Odcoii at 1
in oeloc ilnlt1H > fIt concert will
10 on Irjjri ary i rolnfli at UK
< 1JnJ haT JjV McCJfiJlan aald
> fMtrrdpy Ijsi r in all wo o present
I V trrholra wonlj cofitnfn 55 memo
brr IUHi Im If ho public would
pi r the upport this ear that has
< i u gyn the orchestra In ihe past
Ft f I Tkr roifld bo furnlJhcd with
Ihl hc If It Url 1I1 l ll C
Mrn1 j His ochbatrn tried move
ffl of ih fifty sytfiphonr ol
B fTio rn tirrl Mr McCTellan 0 I
r pl H I ft Wrll pleased wUi
ill way i IIP ricn arc working to
b
rr r
Thp nClcns nf ihe organisation are
A fiic The Rev Elmer I
r riCI itpidcnt G ore D Pypor
< prpdTii John D Spencer
magpr H iSViiiIney treasurer
il sp vlth Or John T White Jo
I
I u CiIni ni j j McClcllan
it n > h hi inl nr director The
r o j n nagcr is George Skelton
HS CONSCIENCE SMOTE HIM
Htrs Rjmu38cn Returns Stolen Cru
cifix but Paraffin Betrays Him
Salt l ale Dec jThc fear of God
iiek ihe heart of Mans Rasmusscn
after he had stolen a cross and several
candlesticks frnn the altar of St
Maivs cathedral early Sunday morn
1
In and the further he tied the deeper
hi ned the cuiclfix which he had hid
e i IUM iu the bare flesh ol his breast
UK nsclrnce lashed him about the
snow ill Ifteil streets and though he
nnd stolen the thngs because he was
tRivlns his Mini conquered his stom
ach and the angs of repentance over
came Mie gnawing hunger Finally he
turned and ran Ike a madman back I
to the cathedral He put back the
stolen articles In their sacred places
ami the shadow of the cross which
had ciMshel him like a mighty bur
den wa llf c d from his shoulders
But In I ant tue candlesticks Ras
musFon had nbhe the paraffin from
tho Mdos rto his < coat sleeves He
did iiQt mn < 2 thU Hp ablated was
hlhtt SercrcUH Robcr s who was
soarchus fo Lhl1I rabb f who had sto
len the cross did UusnnieBen was
rested jist a few mtuulCK after ho
hal rolirned the TroSs and candle
sticky 10 pie a nr anj white lie was
standing in fuw of the American I
house on Ct iuniercal trect at 015
oclock Sunday morning I
But as the Master said uiUP her
fur whom the great cathedral WiI >
named jo and slu no more so
said Dcrin Caloda of St Clarys unto I
Hans RaanuiKsen He must atone for
I
his sin if deeecraton but his punish
ment is with God not with man so
wi will not prosecute him said the
dan
ANNUAL RESCUERS TIRED
OF LONG JAUNTS
I
Loan Dec 12Sheriff Ciooksion
starte1 j up Loun can lIu today to
biing down Uudoiph Neldcrhausor u
e centric German who is olin raicr
ah nt nu mile up tho canyon Neld
oiliatifcr usually tales his family vyi I
i Mitine of a wife and oren rfuiall chil
dren un there in the fall and wnen
ihe heavy winter jsnowg come has to
bo TOcued Last winter the sheriff I
and u pmty of men had a fearful job
lo get the children out being compell
ed to pull them out on hand sleds
This has been done several times and
Jiow the authorities havo grown tired
anil a complaint has been sworn to
charging Neidorhausor with failure to
profile hit family with proper food
clothing and Hhelter and when
brought down ho will be given a taste
of the law us the community Is in
oenantl over the mans actions
STRIKE IS IM LIMESTONE
Sail Lake Dec lTlie Boston Ely
gtilke at the depth of 1000 feet con
tinue to furnish material for conver
sation among Ely mining men of all
classes It has been determined now
that the ore is In the limestone ac
c r lng to the News which says The
find of the Hi ston Ely Is the more
Important for The reason that there IB
such un abundance of limesonc In the
district and for the further reason
that It is but a comparatively fov
months ago that the limestone was
deemed valueless Tinre was no rea
son for tbp conclusion save the lack
of development A mining journal
published In New York Just n month
ago made thU declaration in the face
of the hi purchases of ColeRyaa In
the limestoio in 1 r < cardl < ss of the
kvelopments hat had been made by
them
tnelUn
An assav of 1115 por cent copper
was not tbzt of a picked sample go
It was the return on a pleco of the ore
PIcked uip al ri i lam and not by ayy
one In th < rjuaiy II wu uen by
an outsirlornril given to E W Hnlse
CO who 1ud tim a > ssy mui1e The
average cf the tire in rhieh the abaft
Is now jsoikint is Of a commercial
uuulliy but Is nearer to 2 13 than
11t5
The shaft 15ft prmary ore and ha
not yet niched 01t zone of secondary
enrich uitni and this bears bul the
theory to which Superintendent Ralph
has always clung that the rich ore
will lJc round at > he water level The
shaft dropped Into
a
compact
mass
allowing unaltered pyrito which is prf
nwrj making of course a primary
one in all probability the shaft will
pass through this mass and to a coin
Plciely oxidized
leached niUs7 reach
Ing Po zoue of secondary Cfltjchnent
at the water level
The water level and the enriched
zone should lJe reached at ahollL ijL
Tcct for It was at this level that the
Alpha shaft got both the water and I
the rich ore
WILL RESUME ONGOLCONDA
Planned to Sink 200 Feet Deeper and
Cut Ledge Showing on 400
I Salt Lake Dec JOpcraeona arc
lu he resumed vlhln a Cw das by
the Goldfield MInIng Reduction com
I pany on Us lease on the Colcond
I rhin on Ihn lied Hills southeast ol
iJc nWiTice tua the GoldQold Trl
Iunc The property is a portion of
the ijnldUcH Consolidated estate It
If planntg in sink 2ij feet deeper
from the mttuin of the shaft which
Ma now Iowa 125 len arid then Intern
I work will be instituted A ledge from
I Jlv to ftet n feet wide has boon din
fctuwtl gIvIng average iuspays of aboUt
i 7 icr ion and It Is bolevcd thai
1 Rri attT i I itl will shuw correspond
huly bettor values The company
I has six blocks SOOxMO feN each un
I dor hato ttnd han a good hoisting and
i general mining equipment for carry
I Jjig on extensive worlc
I SHEEP CAUGHT IN SNOW
Salt Lake Dec 13A number ol
slicepmon driving southwest through
the Promontory country have been
caught Ina tool and a half of snow
D route to Nevada for winter pastor
ogf and arc In proty hard stralis
The1 snow covered up all the trail feed
irik < g It imperative for the herders
110 make n bee line for Ogden and Sail
Lake amid othH adjacent places for
fodder with which to sac their anI
mal The Salt Lake markets aru
pretty well cleaned out this afternoon
fwd the drovers hope to get their
sheep through But as there are ie
Iiortud several hords of 20000 or 10
ioo each there are fears of a heavy
loss rout starvation for the sheep
cflimot get at the SHOW covered grass
IMPORTANT INDUSTRY
J S IS BEING BUILT UP
Salt Lake Doc HWhat promises
to he one of the most Important in
dustries In the slate In some ways
Is now being gradually built up under
the name of the Perfection Manufac
turing company with factory at Third
West street between Fifth and Sixth
North streets The new company Is
beginning the manufacture of tin cans
and giving especial attention to the
production of a can which Is abso
lutely sanitary being made without
any scam and with removable handles
so that the entire can amy bo cleans
ed
An arrangement of the handles of
the cans Is alsi made so that they
may be placed In stacks the bottom
of one can resting on the handles of
the other thus doing away with the
crushing of the lids of cans as often
happens with those made In the usual
wa > Another feature Is a funnel
shaped affair attached to the cover of
the cans and Intended to carry Ice so
that the temperature of tho contents
may he Iept at any point desired and
constant Tho body of the can Is made
in one piece and brazed no rivets of
any kind being used in its construc
tion
The company also makes many oth
er kinds of cans and stovepipe It
Is the only manufactory of the kind
In the state and is said to bo swamp
ed with orders although it has been
opened only three months and has
spent most or the time installing ma
chinery for carrying on the worl
That the new factory Is greatly
needed is shown In the statement
that there are over 3OOOOOO cane of
all kinds used III this state Practical
ly all of these are shipped into the
slate It is said and it costs more to
slit the cans than it does to make
them A carload of cans because of
the waste of space consists of only
2000 cans The freight charges made
are for a weight which would be equal
to that of 1GOOO cans it is said The
compnn Is composed entirely of local
people
H B Johnston is the inventor of
the can
SAYS WIFE DROVE
HIM FROM HOME
After Telling Him He Was Crazy and
Making Him Sleep In
Barn
Salt Lake Dec 11louls C Morten
son has filed an action for divorce
I against Mary Kollson Mortensen Tho
ground Is extreme cruelty and If
what Morlonsen says Is true the
cruelty was extreme indeed
The couple was married in War
bus Denmark January 11 1S7J thir
tyfive years ago There are four
chidron Annie Showell Brown A H
Mortonson William C Morteuaen and
Lulu Mortcnsen
Mortensen says that by dint of hard
work they saved enough money to
prove on a homestead This home
stead he deeded to his wife who soon
cfterwaid sold it for properly south
of Murray worth 3200 This prop
erty consisted of a fiveacre farm
Since the purchase of this property
Mortenscn says his wife with the
help of two of the chidron has taken
every means In her power to get rid
of him He was compelled to sloop
lu the barn in splto of the fact that
he Is more than 60 years old Further
more he says his wife made life a
burden generally and told him he was
crazy Further than that she told the
officers of tho law that he was crazy
Mortonsen says his wife stayed
away from home and refused to minis
ter to hIs needs when he was ill
On November IS he concludes she
ordered him from the house anti in
sUled that the order be obeyed It
I was
wasThere
There Is a plea on the part of the
plaintiff for a division of the proper
ty otherwise he fears he will become
a public charge
BODY OF MAN IS
MASHED TO PULP
Lafayette Martinson Pleasant Grove
Meets Frightful Death
I
American Fork Dec 13 La fay otto
i Martinson of Pleasant Grove aged 23
years and unmarried was killed In a
Irlghtful niKiinor at the now power
plant of tho Utah Ltelu and Power
company above this city this after
noon at H oclock
Mr Martinson in connection with
other employes was engaged In hott
ing up tho hillside on a small cur one
of the lengths of iron pipe which will
torm a part of the uov flume The
pipe weighed some 50000 pounds and
was possibly half way up tho Incline
wflcn the cable to which It was at
tached brokn and let the car and pipe
I back down the little track at a terrific
clip Martinson happened to bo In the
way and before he could step to one
I side ho was crushed to an unrecogniz
I able mass his hoad body and limbs
being literally mashed to pulp
Pbiig thA first accident which Im
r occurred in the coustruciku uf tit 1 I
AS J jmull f lu C l 10 UHW vi iJUiUIi
uuiu ouc aiiu iuu bOUt uinuott Uid I
very WIllU rueuU uvi Ulu L ugu
WELLKNOWN htIN K
TAKc HIS OWN LIFE
S
I
Oscar Bell of tueKa Kills Himself
I ivnne ill Dicpondsnr moou
urcka Dec urOacar Boll a
vtiiKaou uuuer 01 tlUJ city snOt
uua KUI ail nlliiduii tn afternoon ltd
I tva home LwBjujudency ucneveu LO
Littuuefl brutft > ai un i > y abmestic dtL
uCiiiilCK IB ouuuou lu have cuube
nnu 10 cud Ins MO noil lived a uin
ifat tnrougu 018 I right temple dean
iiainii MI mi t liittuuitiy ins Hell
I wan I fiiiwiiu0 wnoii tile trageoy oc
tilrrou
St tiC doceaaod was ono of the most
popuar muiora In Uiw untie district
I ic was a lootuail untnusiat unit
pmytu wiin tne huicka occer team
tii an 20 years ol age
COUNTY COv1ViiSt > IONERS
OF IDAHO MEET
Bolso Idaho Dec liJConnmed
In tao iirst mooting of the kind ever
neia in the Gem tate for the pur
loto of discussing taxation good
loans care or rhe sick and iruhgen
and other important but complex go
enuncntal problems the commission
ors of twentyone ol the twentythre
oomuicii 01 Idaho held the first ses
sion today in the hall of lie house of
representatIves of the stale house
manifesting a desire to cooperate to
I ward the improvement and adoption
of unlfor mleglslatlon The meeting
it considered one of the most im
portant gatherings having direct bear
and ad
ing on the future welfare
vanccmcnt of the stale that has yet
boon called the governing bodies 0 r
the counties and the state beIng
brought together for the first lime to
discuss matteiu pertaining not only
to the welfare of the counties and
state but also pertaining to the cs
tabhshlng ot uniform eglslatlon It
sister states to the east west and
south S
At the opening septan the com
mIssioners were addressed by GOY
Jama H Brady who m outlining the
purposes of the meeting declared It
was his wish and intention to better
Ilnanclal and civic conditions wIthIn
the state The relation of the com
mlHsioners to the tlxpa ell was cited
by the chief executive he stating thai
the people of the different counties
are more careful in selection of coun
ty commissioners than of candidate
for any other olllce Stress was laid
on the recent decision of the supreme
court with respect to taxation the
governor expressing thehope that the
commissioners would agreo upon some
solution of the perplexing problem ol
taxation
MURRAY NEWS NOTES
Murray Dec 13AIl constructor
work on the hue of tho Utah Light 3
Railway company has ceased The
work of installing tho Murray line
has been completed to Simpers cor
ner the end of the city llniiiq The
stoppage in the construction work is
attributed to the fact that the dec
trie company has nol finally receive
a franchise from the count to pro
aced with the work A large force
of Italian trackmen cwas discharged
this morning
Not many days remain before the
new city officers will step into the
shoCsof the outgoing oQl ers aud ev
cry one around the city hall Is busy
J L Brown the next city attorney
has moved his olllce from Salt Lake
and is now installed in the Waverly
block He will however on the 1st ol
January take up his office In the city
hall At the session of the city council
Tuesday evening the city attorney
will make his report with regard to
the claim of Thomas Smith the Mid
vale man who Is suing Murray City
for 7500 for Injuries The matter
of Thomas Fellows who is holding
his property on the contemplated road
way to be known as Second avenue
will also bo dealt with in full Fel
lows Is asking 1000 for a small strip
of property facing on the roadway
Condemnation proceedings have now
been started against Fellows
CENTEN N IALEU REKA
MINER IS INJURED
Eureka Dec 13Jamca Wilkins
a miner employed at the Centennial
Eureka was seriously injured this
afternoon on the 1800foot level of the
property when a car of ore which hu
was handling was accidentally dump
ed upon him Wilkins was badly
crushed and bruised and may not re
cover Ho was sent to St Marks hos
pital at Salt Luke on the afternoon
train
WALTER WARDS FUNERAL
WILL BE HELD TUESDAY
BIngham Dec 131ho funeral of
Walter Ward the D R G conduc
tor who was killed in the depot yards
ACKNOWLEDGE IT
Ogden Has to Bow to the Inevitable
Scores of Citizens Prove It
After reading the public statement
of this representative citizen of Og
den given bolow you must come to
this conclusion A remedy which
cured years ago which has kept tho
kldneyj In good health since can bo
relied upon to perform the same work
in other cases Read this
Thomas W Wootten 732 Barlow
Lane Ogdon Utah says For years
I was In misery from pains across
tho small of my back and every little
while I was compelled to lay off from
work for two or three days Often
when straightening after stooping the
pain was so acute that I was forced
to cry aloud Tho kidney accretions
passed too frequently and when being
voided were accompanied by a scald
ing sensation I tried nearly every
kidney remedy on the market but was
not helped until 1 used Deans Kidney
Pills procured from Badcons Phar
macy The contents of two boxos
benefited me In every way and by the
time I had used four IMJXCS I vas
completely cured My euro is all the
more remarkable considering that I
have reached my eightieth year I
cnnnot express myself too strongly in
praise of Doana Kidney Pills From
stiit lUCnt given Sept 21 19070
Mi Wootton was Interviewed on
July 2U I9d9 and added to the
above I can still recommend
Doans Kidney Pills In the highest
tarms as my euro has beou perma
nent I have no objection to the con
tinued publication of my former tes
timonial
For sale by all dealers Price CO
cents FoatxsrMilburn Co Buffalo
I Now York solo agents for tho United
I States
Remember tho uami Doans and
In IA nr > ofhar
r here Saturday night will be hold to
I day at 130 oclock from tho Society
haH on Main street Services will be
conducted under tho auuptcos of the
Odd Follows of which order tho de
ceased was a member and secretary
of the local organization Bingham
lodge No in
Mr Ward was popular and well
known throughout llinm and the
slate Ho was a mamher of the Vol
unteer Firemen of Blngham and the I
rtjnlnlaw of former Police Judge
George E Lee He loaves a widow
and a small daughter
rho Interrrtent will take place In
Bingham cemetery S
PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS
JfA O OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
Cure any case of Itching bllod bleed
Ing or protruding ijlloj In C to 11
days or money refumlcd SOC
UTAH MADE CANS
NOW ON MARKET
= Salt Lake Dec 13 Within the next
few months Salt Lakb City will prob
ably become the headciunrtcra for UK
can manufacturing of the Intermount I
ala region By tno opening recently
dr a new factory at 515 Woat Third I
North street by tho Perfection Manu i
fncturlng company recently organ
Ized the preliminary steps were taken
toward introducing that industry on a
lan c scale
By having the advantage of freight
rules local factories will be able li
unrtorKcll the east and mako the in
flustry an Important asset to the man
ufacturing wealth of the state
The immediate cause of starting the
factory was the outcome of a recent
I milk can Invention rIte can has no
rIvets solder or seam Tho progress
of making consists of the running ol
I lubos of homogeneous steel over man
dillls and forming the can of ono sin
glo pleco of metal In the ordinary
can there arc from three to five
I
pieces
The bottom In the new can is at
I ached In anew patent manner and
the whole can retlnned The retln
nlng plant In connection with the cnn
factory is the only one west of the
Missouri river The handles to the
cans arc adjustable being arranged
to come off while thc can Is being
washed by machinery
Inside the can js provision for an
ice receptacle which cools the milk
below 55 degrees In a few minutes
TJifc company will soon maim all kinds
of fruit and baking powder cans stove
pipe and various other tin goods The
capacity at the first of the year will
be 500 milk cans and 2000 ordinary
cans In a day At present the cans
used locally are manufactured In Chi
cago Milwaukee and Detroit and arc
Chipped here In carload lots It costs
nearly as much to pay tho freight on
the cans as It docs to manufacture
them hcrQ In shipping the cans arc
not gauged by weight but by tho
carAt present the factory employs sev
en persons By the first of the year
It is hoped to have the force Increased
1 to twenty The officers of the com
pany are W N HID president WT
Blake treasurer and manager and W
B Passey secretary
ur ng Catarrh
Accept Our Advice and Try
this Remedy at Our Risk
i
r Catairh Is a disease of thp mucous
membrane The mucous membrane Is
one may say the interior lining of the
body Catarrh therefore may exist
In any part of the system
When the catarrhal poison attacks
the mucous membrane inflammation
and congestion are produced and na
ture falls to throw off the accumulat
ed poisons The organ which has been
afflicted ceases to perform its prop
er function as nature intended it
I
should TIm result Is complication up
on complication which may lead to
other even more serious afflictions
We honestly believe Rexall Mucu
Tone will do wonders toward overcom
ing catarrh It is made from the pro
scription of an eminent physician who
made a long study of catarrh and his
great success with this remedy was
an enviable one
We want you If you arc a sufferer
from catarrh In any form to give
Rcxall MucuTono a thorough trial
Use it with regularity and persistency
for a reasonable time then if you are
not satisfied come back and tell us
and without question or formality we
will hand back to you every cent you
paid us This is certainly the fair
cst offer that anyone could make and
should attest our sincerity of purpose
It comes in two sizes prices 50 cents
and 100 Remember you can obtain
it only at our store The Rexall Store
The T H Carr Drug Co corner Grant
and Twentyfifth
FAMOUS CASE DECIDED
AGAINST IRRIGATION CO
Washington Dec ltFor the third
time tho supreme court of the United
States decided yesterday the case of
the United Statos again the Rio
Grande Dam Irrigation company
The decision was in favor of the
government and declares forfeited tho
companys charter thus probably fin
ally terminating a famous piece of
litigation
The case involved the right of the
company to construct a dam for Irri
gation purposes across the Rio Grande
river at Elephant Butte N M where
it was its declared intention of cre
ating the largest artificial irrigation
lake in the world The government
brought suit to prohibit the improve
ment on the ground that it would
interfere with treaty rights between
the United States and Mexico and
also that it would obstruct the navi
gation of the Rio Grande which It
was declared was practicable all tho
way up the stream to La Joya and I
100 miles above the proposed dam
The case hag been In the courts for I
a number of years and the decisions
of the lower courts have been both
for and against the dam company On
one occasion the New Mexican courts
dismissed tho bill on the ground that
the Rio Grande is not a navigable
stream but the supreme court of the
United States reversed the decision
and remanded It for a new trial
On the last trial the charter of tho
company was declared forfeited be
COUNTERFEITED IN ORDER
TO BUY CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
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Chicago Dec 14A desire to got
money with which to buy Christmas
presents Js the excuse gven by two
men who admit counterfeiting dol
lars half dollars and fivecent pieces
George Saloh and John Ryszko
were the men arrested yesterday
H got Into thin scheme Ryszko
told CaiitAln Porter ao I could got
money to buy Christmas presents for I
niyfarnily i did not intend ataylag
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OUR STOCK THE LARGEST TO SELEC T FROM Ii
A fine Piano would make an excellent Ch rislmns Gift for your entire family
EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN IN MUSIC
Dont let them grow to womanhood and m auhood ignorant of the most attractive of all
accomplishments MUSIC SOur
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you in u position to buy a Piano and give yo ur children the advantage ofn musical education
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Ve have Sixty Fine Pianos in stock to se lect from Such wellknown and reliable
makes as
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STEGER SONS STARR REED SO NS SINGER BRADFORD AND OTHERS
All on Special Sale
A small payment down and 6 to 1000 p cr month payments until the instrument is J
fully paid for
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Percolators A Pair of Skates i
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Gillette Razors
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Ge AT < < l Ae Lowe CO
2326 AND 2328 WASHINGTON AVENUE
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Where Ga is Used
Tho new department flats hava a laundry drying room and tho
pipes are BO arranged that each tenant uses the gas through their
meter when doln work Tho nice
doing laurdry ripe bananas von see
hanging in our stores have all been ripened by gas boat while In
storage Automatic soldering furnaces arc now used by tinners and I
whenthe linn or removes the Iron the gas is automatically turned
down when ho places It in the burner again to bo reheated tho I
gas is turned up automatically
Gas is used In the large canning factories for boating and sol
dorlng blacksmiths now use it for heating wagon tires which Is
much cheaper and quicker than the old wood pile method of boat
lag the tire
Tho gas engine Is the cheapest prime
mover known A baa en
gine using producer gas gives one horsepower hour for ono pound
of coal The best compound steam engines uso two pounds of coal
for every horsopowor
Gas in the home has no superior for comfort In cooking Vo
arc Installing gas stoves every week and people are beginning to
appreciate the comforts of gas
UTAO LIGHT l RY CO
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I cause it had not complied with the
law requirements In construction 1
work and that decision was affirmed
yesterday Justice Harlan announced I
the opinion of the court
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ILLINOIS REFORMATORY
GETS BETTER RESULTS I I
Chicago Dec HSinco the abo
lition of the contract labor law about
four years ago at the Ulnols State
Reformatory at Pontiac and the In
troduction of manual mining schools
for the younger boys and a trade j
school for TILL older set a marvelous
change has been 110ti
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act of
bars paroled from tle
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paroled boys were rttimied to the ill
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THE EXPLANATION
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discount and gives premiums in
First class jewelry or art pic t
tures of your choice An Elgin I f
Gold Watch to be given free to
largest purchaser up to Dec
24th 8 p m We sell paints t
varnishes stains Jopalac tint
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and frames at the lowest prices J I t
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Latest coiffure foundation frames
Firstgrade human hair goods I ac
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