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Hl I 2 The Sam.' Xike TMBTrra? Saturday Mokntstg, January iu. llf I I ! E6N0HE THE INJUNCTION I Military Officers at Cripple i1 Gretk so Decide. j i , REFUSE TO ACCEPT SERVICE If 1 1 j! j ' 3 Judge SeGds's Restraining Or- dor Is Sot Aside. I! , J , Vagrancy Order Requiring Strikers j; 1 to Obtain. Employment Before Jan. 7th or Leave Camp Enforced. ;'.!, ; ('' i x fj: Cripple Creek. Cola., Jan. S. Col. ' 1 Verdeckberff and the other military i;( 1 officers held nnothor council of war, as p, ) they term their conferences, this morn- IhJ.' Ins, and decided to Ignore the injunc- ' tlon Issued by District Judge Seeds. restraining- the mllltla from sending jj, j out of the camp any members of the ' Western Federation of Miners. The r military officers have refused 'to accept service of any paper from "tho District ft i court. i After the close of the "council of K i war" Maj. Thomas E. McClelland with R a squad of soldiers started out from I headquarters to make arrests under 31 ' Col. Verderkberg's vagrancy ordev, sj which requires all strikers to obtain employment or leave the district be- I l fore January 7th. jj All the placards poBted by officers of w the Miners' union advising: members g I not to abandon their homes have been ffl I torn down by soldiers, jg Charles H. Relmer, representative of i J the "Ryan-Whitney interests (n the I 1 Portland Gold Mining company, who I 1 was arrested by the military authori- I ties on Wednesday, has been released I ) by -order of Col. Verdeckberg, com- 1 mandlng officer in the district. No f j criminal charge was made against Rel- 1 1 mer and Col. Verdeckberg apologized i i to him for the arrest which, he said, ( was made without authority from hitn In hie absence from the district, ' It was announced at military head- ' i quarters this afternoon that the names , of 560 strikers and union sympathizers I j ' i had been prepared for the numerous ar resting squads and that the military would Inaugurate its campaign of ar rest this afternoon. Speclaj trains ha.ve . been arranged for to deport prisoners I from the county on short notice. No enforcement of the vagrancy or- der of Colonel Verdeckberg, command- n ing the State troops in this district, has rt as yet been attempted, while the mil- Itary authorities announce that their ! action will be in no degree influenced. Jfj by the injunction issued yesterday by ' f (! Judge Seeds to restrain them" from de- ' porting Idle men. No arrests for vag- 1 rancy have been made and no arrange ments for deportations are apparent. Four men were arrested today for disturbance and abusing the military, and are now In Jail. The statement that the names of 560 strikers had been f given to the officers who will be de- J tailed to carry out the vagrancy order, I j ' cannot be confirmed, and is not be- 3; I lieved to be true. 1 HEADACHES PROM COLDS. t fi Locative Bromo Quinine removes the J cause. To get the genuine, call for tho full name, 25c. ! . TWI GIRLS KIDNAPED. Letter Thrown From, a Train Gives Details of Abduction of Two jjj' j Young Women. j Chanute, Kan. Jan. S. Two girls, Ireno H ' Stacey and "Rena Douglas, of Fond du ji Lac, frls., hnve been kidnaped by three I men, who have taken them to tho In- 81 J" dlah Territory, from their home, accord- J biff to tv letter found near the railroad K f track near Chanuto today. The letter. 8 j R which was well written, evidently had flj been thrown from a southbound Santa u i f Fc passfnger train. It reads as follows: 31 "Fond du Lac, Wis., Dec. 2. To who- &' ever nnds this: We, Irene Stacev and if Rena Douglas, have been kidnaped by 3 1 ; three men we have never seen beforo 8j They say they are going to take us to iji tho Indian Territory. Wo are on the ' train, and if we appeal to any ono they j tell them wo arc crazy and that they 1 i aro taking us to nn asylum. Will vou ( please notify tho authorities and have tho men lockod up and write to W. M. , Stacey or R, N. Douglas, Fond du Lac, I Wis? RENA DOUGbAS, J "IRENE STACEY." Ii Not Known in Foil du Lac. L Fond du Lac, Wis,. Jan. 8. There arc . I no residents In Fond du Lac by the names of W. M SUcey or JJ. N, Douglas. Tho girls named In tho dispatch from Cha f, nute, Kan., were navor heard of here. Ill ji Sellers & Holt still doing business at JJ 1 , Utah State Livery Stables, 233 State, jjl 'Phono 208. Usual prices. jij ORDERED T9 ASYLUM. 1 1 Woman Loses Hor Mind From Road- y1 ing Accounts of the Iroquois f Horror. Chicago, Jan. S. Miss Harriet Har- II baugh, another victim of the Iroquois J fire, It dead at the Samaritan hospital I jl as the result of her . injuries. This ,l brings the total of dead to 566,-accord- i Ing to the Coroner's list of names. , i Agnes Hopkins, 45 years old, has been . . declared insane by Judge Williams and ordored to the asylum. The woman's mind had been unbalanced, her rela- Uves said, as a result of Incessant read- ing of accounts of the Iroquois fire hor- 1 j ror- , II Three more suits for a total of $30,000 ij damages resulting from the fire have I j been filed. A feature of the suits Is tho making of Building Commissioner Wil- I J Hams a party defendant. I 'I' Strike May Be Renewed. Hi Chicago, Jon. 8. A renewal of tho I strike of the livery drivers, which so in- ' terforea with funerals and pleasuro par- 1 cs beforo the Iroquois theater fire, hau I rn decided on by the union. The truce H ' I with the owners ends tomorrow, Bli Physical Culture1 Show. mss WINAN . OF MEW YORK. JOtiN UWin:.NCK OF Phil A DELPHI KI5S OFNEWYORK, For tlio first time. New York Is being treated in Madison Square Garden, to a physical culture chow. Naturally tho posing atti acted the most attention and was most attractive, ns the management lias gathered togother a larse number of venuses-and Apollos. really 'tlno speel nuens f hyslcal ulturn. Judging from the cheers of the spectators for their fa vorites, considcrablo dlftlcultv will be experienced iti selecting tho women who are to pope in the Una! contest for tho prize against Antoinette Dople Alvenp who carried off the price of the Paris exposition for her nose of "Venus Aris ing from the Sea." There- will be con slderablo competition for this prizp. as it will settle beyond doubt the mooted ques tion of tho respective beautv of tho dif ferent nationalities, which the American girl has heretofore had claimed for her TO OTJRE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tnblcts Druggists refund money If- it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on box 26c. UNDER SEALED 0RBERS. Two Warships Purchased From Ar gentine by tho Japs -Sail From. Gonoa Today. j Genoa Jan. S.-r-When It became known that the Nlnsln and Kasaga, warships built hero for the Argentine Republic and purchased by Japan, would depart tonight, there was great excitement throughout the town, and crowds of people flocked to' the har bor to bid farewell tp. the ships, of whose strength and speed they aro just ly proud. An especial interest centers In the warshlpy, too, because half of their crews, 300 men to each ship, will be Italians, and, because, the engines are entirely of Genoese construction.' Tho commanders of the Niasin and Kasaga have received sealed orders which will be opened on the sen. At the last moment the departure of the warships was delayed to await the re ceipt of money from the Japanese lega tion at London, but it Is expected the vessels will sail early tomorrow morn ing. On board eacli warship the utmost gaiety -prevails, and the crews are ex tremely impatient for sailing orders. The Japanese officers are particularly jubilant, and swear by their ships and by all their gods that no Russian shall ever set foot in their country. j" "' IIIIIB I I II ! Il l IILIIII jfy One of the jolllest parties of the season was that given at Chrlstensen's last ovenlng under the auspices of the Ath letic association of the high school. A largo crowd of young people were pres ent. Including tho students and gradu ates, and a number of the teachers of the school wero there alBO. No attempt was made at decorating the hall, as the dance was given for th6 purpose of rais ing funds for the association. Delicious fruit punch was served during the en tire evening, but no other refreshments were served. The young people were there for a good time, however, which they had, and tho association netted quite a little sum from the affair. Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Mayo entertained Informally last evening, the fruests being members of Mrs. Mayo's Sewing club, with their husbands and a few friends. Miss Creary has returned from Fort D A Russell, where she weiit before tho holidays to visit with friends. With her mother, Mrs. Croary, she will leave early In February to join CapL Creary at tho , Presidio, San Francisco. It will be good news to the many Salt Lake friends of Miss Sallle K. Fisher to learn that she has been offered and ac cepted tho position of lending lady with the Frank Daniels Opera company, now TREE TEA: THAT'S THE TEA ALL UTAH DRINKS. THEY KNOW A GOOD ....TEA IN UTAH.... I CHOICES?! E T i maml T ! IMPORTED BY fl E ; MJllfflM. E A jSAN FRANCISCO j A MJLR.LM HUGARD AND ARION SMITH ...FENCING GIRLS. playing in "The Office Boy." Miss Fish er left Chicago yesterday to join the company, which is now traveling In the Jsew England States. Mrs. J. S. Richards entertained tho members of the Authors' club, number ing In all ejixteen, at luncheon yesterdav. Tho guests were seated at ono long table, very prettily decorated with red carna tions and ferns. Red-shaded candelabra stood at either end of the table, while broad red ribbons extended to the corners of the table from the chandelier, which was festooned with amllax. U C. A very pleasant Informal affair of yes terday was the Kensington given in the ufternoon by Mrs. Scrano B. Tuttl. In honor of Mrs. Hicks of Detroit, who Is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Broughull. ' Sixteen guests were present. t ( 1 Gov. and Mrs. Wells leave today for a short visit in the Pacific Northwest. T. t Mis. Kimball of Sdofleld Is. a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Forrester. " i Miss Maud Rocse Davles, left yesterday morning for Los Angeles, after n brief visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter K Perkins. a a Miss Etta Powers, who has been study ing for the past six months at Radcllffo college, will return in a dav or two and will resume her position as principal of the Riverside school Mrs. Irwin entertained at a pleasant Informal afternoon party carlv In tho week In honor of Mrs. Walter allies Har vey of Seattle. An altogether delightful event of last evening was the leap year party Klven in the museum building by the Bachelor Maids. Palms were arranged all around the room, while one corner was convert ed Into a cosy resting place for the chaperones. At the opposite end of the hall was a punch bowl, the table being artistically decorated, with bright .red hearts. On one wull of the room the largo pennant of the maids In yellow and black was seen. Some 300 invitations had been Issued to the aflair. a great ma jority of which were accepted. A fine programme of music was rendered, and tho affair was pronounced ono of the greatest successes In the social history of tho Unlerslty. Mr. and Mrn. W. II. Do Wolfo gavo a jolly sleighing party on Thursdav even ing, tho guests later enjoying a Dutch supper at their home. f V Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Rclmcrs and Miss Theodosla Harris leave today for Los Angeles to make their home. a Invitations arc out for the Alta club reception, to be given at tho clubhouse on Thursday evening next. Dr. and Mrs. William D. Donoher of Park City sail tomorrow from New York for London, where they will remain for a. year. The regular meeting of the Browning section of the Ladles' Llterarv club will bo held this afternoon at the homo of Mrs. M. L. Ritchie. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fennemoro are now at home to their friends at 232 East South Temple street. Ernest XI 111 gave a jolly skating party last evening, enjoyed by about a dozen of his friends. The members and friends of the Lib erty Park M. E. church gave their pas tor, Rey. Louis B illey, a surprise last Thursday evening, when they came pour ing into tho parsonage and gavi? him a generous pounding with many good thlntrrf. The parson's favorite dish fchlckon) was In evidence. Tho preacher has fully recovered from the surprise. Mr. Bailey knows how to enjov good things, and fully appreciates these kindly tokens of respect and love. The members of St. Paul's choir were entertained hist evening by Rev. and Mrs Charles E. Perkins at the rectory. The dining-room, where a delicious repast was served, was exquisitely decorated in Pink, and green. Following the banquet a delightfully social evening was spent. Marriage Licenses. Grant N Jackson, Salt Lak Merle Wilcox, Salt Lake is Swww'jw iug nms, and in a sense it PiSi- is true. But eveu love ' ny'Jfcfi i canuot lighteu labor or ctfPl make it easy for the jj womau who is in constant jf KwnrA sufferipg from inflamma- I Sila t h tioti, bcaring-dowu pains Um H ll H or ,ir womanly dis- raliw fj i cases. The one thing that IjlmU yjfvS women 13 sound health, B l l' Pierce's Favorite N 10 Sfila Prescription is the thing ' i I f Wm that.WI" 5ve sound health I ll' 3(fllji to sick voinen. Dr. Pierce has so much faith in his M Prescription " that he offers to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Lcu corrhca, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which he cannot cure. All he asks is a fair and reasonable trial of his means of cure. "1 euffercd from fecaale weakness for five months," write Miss Belle Hcdrlck, of Nyc, l'ulnaut Co.. W. Va. "I was treated by n good physician br.t he never 6ccmed to do me any good. 1 wrote to Dr. R. V, Pierce for advice, which I received, telliagrcc to take his 'Favor ite Prescription ' and Golden Medical Discov ery.' When I had used the medicines a iuonth, ray health was much Improved. It has contin ued to improve until now lean work at almost all kinds of housework I had scarcely any appetite, but it Is ill rljjht now. Have gained several pounds In weight Dr. Pierce's medi cines have done wonderfully well here. I would advise all who suffer from chrouic dis eases to write to Dr. Pierce." " Favorite Prescription " makes weak women strong, sick women well. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper-covered book, or 31 stamps for the oloth-bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y. The American Gentleman's Whiskey m m C KRLT). J KIE3KL & CO., I a Oeden, Utah. ? EVERY BLADE WARRANTED IWcr have decided to disposo I of broken lines of Toilot and 3 Hanicrms Sots, Tortoise H Comba and Hair Ornaments, ' and all odd pieces. 1 "Wo are not overstocked, and have only 'a ferw of the 1 j articles mentioned, but have jj 1 put prices on thom that will p sell them quickly. I REASONABLE PRICES. OFF HIS BASE , Is the plumber who sticks to the old fashioned exorbitant charging way of doing- business. We are in thorough" accord with modern methods and ap ply them to our business as PLUMBERS. We examine and study every new improvement In our line, so that when called upon to furnish or repair it. we know how to do It and do it right, dhd our way of doing work is to com mence early, work faithfully and get out of your house as quickly ns pos sible. Saves our time and your money. What, bath tub out of order? We'll be up at once. I. M. HIGLEY & CO., HOTTEST PLUMBERS. Electric Wiring and Fixtures, 109 East First South. Telephone 752. Most of JR. Our Good I Customers if K TPvIED THE ST-THE1K i THEY CAME TO US POB, THhIk' g BEST, AND THEY GOT IT. XgUf I THERE ARE TWO KINDS, Vl I ALWAYS BUY JUST OtffcJ H THE BEST. ?; f '' ' I AJtfD THE GOOD TEADj W' I KNOWS NOW WHEEE TH J BEST IS TO 3E HAD. jj f 1 SCHRAMM'S! 1 Where the j; l t Cars Stop. j H f 1 illiaiiiLLLLMMMJllj .acor You cm save fronf "t0" ll a pair On Your Shoe Bill a! 1 this Sale. f I 238 and 240 Main Strce p 'Phone 695. p l OiLUTElLV I i ' Imperial Nectar Bye is one of the best we sell. Pure uMW' and. perfect aged in the vood, and sold in. California "jlf So 'cooperage. . V f BTEGER & LINDLEY, V ' . , . - . "Tho Whiskey Merchants." j t in mAMMQQB ReSTOREDdlGUnOEn4l $f&M Thin ffrot Vf fiafol YIIaIIbtt, tb pt-Mcrvptlon J a tewma SVeaoh phraldia. 0 vTnv 2 C?--5 onrs roa ot a11 D8rT"M os dlHun of tks ceaortUro orrans, enoh as Xioac StaoIt9 XaB'P' (t;N SSW t'lmplci, tJafltsjeao fto Marry, Exhouailnsr EToina, Vorloeele KMiA Cmm P ui l3S oflpniotr. ltrtoaioMbydroralht, Pmtqa raioknea of dltahjffyMcjlf 1 aot cared bj Qoctnn la brennto alurtr proeal. r yoabled trittx rr?citittfl. CT7PIDEKE It tM K 0T known rndy o ourn without an ojHrstlon. CPA t.iUracraju trrltWrnffuaMntw irioa aud moor WUM.'gU If Uboxe lo sot offaet a r-trmtiyint rare. ES.OO a box; rixfoTRiW, br tadL rim fn 1 irrra ifiniliTIWM f.1 twUrannlAlfc. AdJ.-cf AVo JaEDICI?ny COM Cdcn JTrSaaiSS CaL cfl J3iIBEJlM3 ...our Rf fi rrm?THE SYE 18 14 mH I I Without ParallelThe Greatest Merchandise Event Salt Lake Has Ever KnownA Money Saving Center Aj H gi .-agmsv . rrhQ speiulid enthusiasm which has welcomed this sale, attests the popularity and efficiency T1 K mSl M I jnlfedRenjafninS 9 of tbis store' supplying the style and quality to the man who appreciates good clothes, keeping J 1' 1 AAKERS "'AJEVyoRK I Verj 1)romise umdo' funding your money cheerfully if not satisfied with your purchase. Nev- J . m I SS I ASS -SUITS AND OVERCOATS ON SALEN0 RESERVE PTT ll 1 iWli rdTl MIGHTY SLAUGHTER OF PRICES f fefeST 1! M ' I r-'-SfcX All Suits and Overcoats fa Q FJ p All Suits worth ?22 to dM E AA I vlttV l 1 f SIMP PIIW Wrth 12-50 t0 U at sale' Oo9 25 go at sale for $I5.Vll SH M j 4 All Suits and Overcoats worth 27.50, 30 and . ' Ml m J VWM'ipVl All Suits and Overcoats (Pit IE 35, go at sale A l" )W$'W$k ' ' lf' 1 IfBfKRI -ol-tb.Sl5)S16aa?lS,atsa,o.ll.75 for'. $19.75 ' I ML i Uj i-F ALL BLACK SACK OK F50CK SUITS, FULL DRESS OR TUXEDO SUITS go at 20 Slfw;- It I per cent discount from regular sple prices. ffllV''w Wl'ib M I MfYWW M A lai'Se assortment of IANHATTA1S7 AND MONARCH AND CLUETT d m imMrW I P 'y? mi WtmW JP SHIRTS, worth from 1.25 to 2, sizes 15 to 17$, on sale at. yoC iMWK W y W ''fef.'S IP, E03'S' GLOVES, worth 50c and 75c . . W- 1 '1 1 fmi i im choiQe at snle ooC mm 1 f S' P y M'rl& Men's and Boys' SWEATERS at 25 per cent discount. Hf'n"H 1 I' iff M V P Come FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, take advantage of this great opportunity to buy high j fjfl! 5fHH I 'Mfh 8 grade men's clothes at less than manufacturers cost. lw 'WKE&ek ! ji I j REMEMBER THE NUMBER, 15-1 MAJN. ' J 1