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Hl , 2 The salt Xiake tiubttjnte. Saturday Mossting, Jajntjary 30, 1904. ' j
Bancroft Says There Will Be
l " No Changes Here.
I ' Union Pacific Offioos Will Re
main In Omaha.
I Now Head of the Great Eailroad Sys
tom Pays a High Tribute to
j' Salt Lake's Climate.
Vice-President and General Manager
r TV. II. Bancroft of the Union Pacific
and Oregon ShorL Line talked rather
freely yesterday regarding the rumors
i i ' that have heen afloat since his election.
I He trnid emphatically that there would
be absolutely no change In the person
nel of the ofTice forces here, and that
the rumor about doing away with the
Short Line office forces and merging
them with the Union Pacific offices had
absolutely no foundation. The Union
! Pacific offices at Omaha, he mid, would
I remain at Omaha, and would not be
transferred to Chicago as had been sug
gested. ''This Is the finest climate In the
i world," said he when he was asked hpw
soon he would start out again. "'All
over the East and Middle States they
' . are having It away below zero, and
1 oven at the river It got down to 17 be-
' low. But here It Is Just cold enough to
' j be pleasant."
I Mr. Bancroft expects to leave for
Omaha today, If a severe cold Is Improved.
H Install Block System.
H San Franclpco, Cal., Jan. 29. The
Hl Southern Pacific Railroad company is
H I preparing to Install the block system In
j signalling on the mountain division of
H its northern overland route. The work
Hf' u'"' he completed as soon as possible,
H md will greatly lessen the danger of
H Home From Cnlicntes.
H Chief Engineer If. Hawgood and Apslst-
iiH nnt Chief Engineer H M. McCartney of
Jl i ho Snn Pedro came in last night from an
1. Inspection of the work at Calicntes and
1 u-CBt o'f that place. Mr. Hawgood hod
Ji little to say, but expressed himself as be-
r 1 ,ng very well satisfied with the progress
Hl made by tho construction companies. He
' ,cahl that the work Is going on as .fast as
s poHsiblc for the men to shove it. and
fl that tho stories about the wonderful
B speed of the tracklnylug machine arc
i fabrications, less than a mile a day being
1 gocd time.
' Hailroad Notes.
H General Agent A. H. Moffat of the
l Rock Tslnnd came over' from Denver
i yesterday.
H, , i Erwln Tears, general agent at 'Denver
mamM J -or the New York Central lines. Is rogls-
H , (cr at the Ivnutsford.
Some ' two hundred and odd members
:f the First Church of Christ. Sclen
itt, will go to Provo on the night of
1 February 5th In a special train over the
( ian Pedro to hear a lecture to be given
k 'jy Judge Hanna of Boston. The train
, j will leave here at C:30 p. m,, and the
A r w 'pre is moderate.
f John Y. Callahan, general agent for
'.he Nickel Plate system at Chicago.
1 H writes that Deacon Peters and other
1 'llgh officials of Dowie's church -will bo
Hj j n Salt Lake Sunday en route to the
Pacific coast. A special organ recital
1 ' choir concert have been arranged
j 'or the party after the services at the
p , Fabernacle.
LLfl Remaining uncalled for at the nostofilce,
M f salt Lako City. January 29. l?oi. To ob-
mmM t. hi these letters the applicant must call
IIW I ?r ' Advertised Letters." and must give
IH ' u?1 ot tn? ,1t- If "ot called for
IHi i thl"rtY. wcck3 tl,0' will be sent to tho
1 J Dead Letter office:
1 Adams Mrs Statla 2 McGurrln Mrs Jeri-
J I Brown Mrs Marv nlo D
' 1 grown MlHa Maud Myers Miss Maggie
' ?rtln.?I'T. C r . MllIer Mrs Meda
-WM ,1 Bennett Mies Etta Melius Mrs Josle
' K k i Mcntz Mrs Jennie
IH J i nurton Miss Mabel Mashen Mlas Ethel
1 i ) Bradley Mrs Lulu Noon Mrs M
WmW ?JVen lr,t H,,ret Poison Mrs Mar
M Ijj Blbbcns Miss Mar- garct
IH l th?i x, T -c kelson Mrs H c
-WM i Curtis Mrs J R Olsen Miss Burnlro
J Castles Miss Clara O'Neill Miss Ann l
I Call Miss Hassle Plot I J ai Chna ?
' v0hn KSflnl-Jl Friday Mrs MA
Chambers Miss Mag- Powell Miss Mrrcn
Kl , Pfouts Mra John
Cumminga Mrs Shaven
Louise Peebles Miss Gertie
Dustan Mrs Esther PRynn Mrs R
If v ' FlBcher Mrs Chas Robey Miss Nelllo
FlEcher Otllllc Robinson Mrs Lewis
Flahner Miss Fannie, Rayburn Mrs EdiUi
f. , Foster Mrs Nelllo Rhodes Ann
Franklin Mrs Job Robinson Mrs
1 Gordon Mies Annie. Amanda
Golden Miss Leah Rlgby Miss Zlna
Gregory Mrs Mary Sieus Mrs Laura C L
Greenwood Miss Strohm Blanche
tiHi?'5? -nr Stewart Ming Elma
5n,l yrs Fm Spalding Miss Edna
1 Hart Maude A
. Heinz Mrs V Stott Miss Eva
M, Hydo Miss Myrtlco Smith Mrs Arthur
Hansen MIjjb Martha Samuels Florence &
Ilarwood Miss Josle
Maude Todd Mrs R J
' J'aJ' M ilR- Tomstrom Mrs Ellen
tt11 r 'alters Mlss Mau-
M Holt Mrs I E vice
Jcnsne Miss Emma "Woods Mrs Lulu
Jones Mrs Byron TVllls Mrs Fronk
Jennings Mrs Young Mi-s J F
JCo.lsoil, Iar Young Mrs B T
. Lutz Mrs R J
Atkinson Frank Lewis Lieut
HP ' 'J1fnJI Mokl Hemming
, Abbott Chaa Martaln C A
. A cnr4!l w,n Maack Andrew II
P Allen B F Mower A
! Anderson O Mpran Jos
Becker Paul 2 Myscr Geo TV
2fccnTRobt Jr McElan TV D
1 g!afc,k Ja McCune TV V
H' ! ',g,e,0,w Y 2 -McQueen Thos
( lQk0,J ;lft8 . McMuliln B R
Burke Alfred Murphy R T'
H" Bruyer Albert Moline O G- -
. BqcII Jno MulllnJno'
gu,ch J Mulligan Jas
Ami Bullen N F a Morris A C
5JnaIeZ J D MlHer Sldnoy
H" 5ru5. C,I?T5 r. Milford Link
H Bradley U S Senator Michigan Copper &
. parson Amos D Gold Min Co
j Campbell J S Metz M
H : ?z,cr O"1" Martin Jas N
i nKaw5?n Ir JIeJ'er Jul
Hl Chandler S E Nave T r
I Corcoran Arthur Norreil W O
Comstock Chas NHson O C
oombp Fred M Nordllng C
Copps Garrett Noble A T
Wg Y Curr,e J R Oborn Frank
Courtney S H Owens R E
Crary Stovo J Oakcs Ed
Dana Gold Mln Sz Purdeo L V
Mill Co Park Jno
Davis Chas I'oterson J F
DevoEB C E Ryan Thos
Deuchler F A Hoybal Juan Co
Down Jno Hunhford II S
Dunning T F RuhhoII Geo
Ellis Jno L Russell Geo O
Ellett Jno I Reber Mr .fe .Mrs Geo
Erickoon Henry Ross Dr Edwin L
Erickson Carl 1! Ross Fred
Farnsworth Geo O Roberts C L
Fclrson N J Raymond Will
Frullng TV J Rclchc Jno
Faddics Robt Richmond C T
Fishncr Staba TVm
Biandottc Absolarn Smith Chas
Gilbert Archie Smith A E
Gandrup Harold & Squires T A
Marie Strange V P
Gcrwlg Herman Sullivan Jno
Grant A M Stevens II C
Gorgncs Arthur Shea Thos
Great Northern Min Strom Albert
& Mil! Co Slate Thos R
Griffith E TV Shuck Percy B
Greene J N Salsbcry S A
Groff Jas TV Samuelnon Oscar F 3
Hoffman A Schmidt Max
Harrison Chas Schmucker Jno 2
Harrison Dick Scott Henry
Hamilton C Taylor O S
Hansen Jno Taylor Harry
Hlgglns Tom Vlckcrs J B
Tillies TVm "Wilson Jean
Irrigation Age TVoodward F
Jensen Chris TVood Harry A
Jones BenJ - TVrobctz Chas J
Johnson J L White R F
Jones Ed J TVhalen Thos L
King E Elmer TVilson R
Keith Daniel Winning -P S
Kline H White J M
Klcntr. Otto Webster Jno
King L U & Co Wells Jim
Ludwig Wiley L Walter Horace
Lonfulcrt V 2 TVallze Jno T
TTfimlltin Xr
Anderson J II Mackay Edw
Berry Jno E Olson O 11
Clark Jessie Olscn Howey
Elsberg N IS Perry A II
Fairbanks C TV Pullen Jno
Gordon Retta Pierce Emma
Hansen M Samuclson A
Jnrvls J TV Thomas Pot
Johnson Emil Williams Mabel
Larson N TVilson J M
Latimer Jno Walton E T
Larson N L Walton Geo II
Miller Lizzie Williams E S
Chrlstenscn Andrew McDonald Mrs E S
Campbell F Madion C TV
Chrlstcnscn Miss Mitchell Mr
Emma Rlcknrd Miss Gcr-
Davls F R trude
Gannon Mrs Susie F Russell Mr and Mrs
Hadley S Chas
Jensen Miss A Shearer Alex
Johnstone Miss Jess Sours W
Kesmusser K W Whlto Miss Katie
A. L. THOMAS, Postmaster.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
Druggists refund money If It falls to
cure. E. TV. Grove's signature on box,
Mabel Graham, the unfortunato woman
whose story to the Chief of Police was
given In The Tribune yesterday morning,
did not appeal to tho humanity of tho
officers in vain. -When her caso was
called In Police court yesterday Judge
Dlahl said he hnd been informed that
the woman's mother was an Inmate of
a local hospital and that she was paying
the hospital out of her scanty earnings.
Consequently he released Mis. Graham on
her own recognizance
If N. P. Toung
Had held his tonsuc
To A. J. Ostergard,
He would not thon
Have paid a ten
In money good and hard. .
George Arbucklo pleaded guilty to using
abusivo language to his wife. In exten
uation of his conduct ho said that hla
wlfo ami his sister-in-law had grabbed
him at the corner of Second South and
West Temple and Held him until an offi
cer came.
"My wife struck me twice In the face
with her clenched fist," he added.
Mrs. Arbucklo was sworn, and stated
that her spouse came to her houso and
called her several vile names. She and
her alster followed him to town and had
him arrested.
"You were here a few days ago for
drinking, were you not?" asked the court.
"I was."'
"Is that tho cause of your trouble?''
"Yes. this Is what caused me to drink,"
was tho unexpected rcply
Arbucklo was fined 520.
George Hayes, nrresle,d for keeping a
gambling house, dirt not cone Into court,
and forfeited the HO'J ball which he put
up the night before.
Pat Sullivan did not resemble a rogue;
He talked with deep, rich Hibernian
A fondness for spirits both vinous and
Was tho only respect In which Pat was
at fault.
"I'd bo afthcr gwan to Montanny," ho
"An' whin I lave town I'll not bo in
Salt Lake." "
Martha Curtis, a graduate of the State
Industrial school, and her sister Bertha
pleaded not guilty to tho charge of pros
titution and will be tried today.
Ib a constitutional disease.
It originates in a scrofulous condition ol
the blood and depends on that condition.
It often causes headache and dizziness
Impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af
lects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach.
It Is always radically and permanently
cured by the blood-purifying, alterative
and tonlo action of
Hood9p Sarsaparilla
This great medicine has wrought the most
wonderful cures of nil diseases depending
on scrofula or tho scrofulous habit.
liOOD'o 1'ills aro tho best cathartic
Aid Everything
Known in Music
at Reduced Pricss
Carstensen & Anson Co.
( Temple of Music
Formerly Dayn.es Music Comapny. J
M f$tmnt BBbm
Now and again there is att item in the
newspapers concerning the birth of a
puny baby so 6inall that a quart cup
holds it comfortably. If the article told
all the fact3 it would probably tell also
of a mother who in weakness and misery
had looked forward to the baby's advent
with shrinking and fear.
To have fine, healthy children the
mother must be healthy, and it ib the
. common testimony
of mothers that the
V use of Dr. Pierce's
irarl dkwks. Favorite Prcscrip-
hLimiJ. on not ony Pro"
tLyWvEM motes the mother's
jra$22s!y health but also
Vvfu J?Pves ber strength
$ DXt0Wlf to S'vc ker child.
ffV3 Jf N$W V Favorite Prc
s SkwS S scription" accom
' y plishes these results
l fffi ' t jr'jSriit: by tranquiliziug
ML $ the nerves, promot
tyrS&vgyft iag a healthy appe
titc, and giving re
freshing sleep. It ncrcases physical
vigor and gives great muscular elasticity,
so that the baby's advent is practically
painless. It is the best of tonics for
nursing mothers.
nI gladly rccomtnead Dr, Plerce'a Favorite
rrciciptioti," writes Mrs. J. W. G. Stephens, of
Mila, Northumberland Co.. Va. "Before my
third little boy was born I took .six bottlc3. lie
is the finest child and has been from biith, and
I suffered very much less than I ever did before.
I unhesitatingly advise expectant mothers to
U3f the 'Favorite Prescription.' "
Dr. Pierce now feels fully warranted
in offering to pay $500 in legal money
of the United States, for any case1 of
Leucorrhca, Female Weakness, Prolap
gus, or Falling of "Womb which he can
not cure. All he asks is a fair and
rcasoncblc trial of his means of cure.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser, containing 1008 pages, is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21
stamps for the book iu paper covers.
Address Dr. R, V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Better than any Eastern make. "Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & Wl'g Co,,
Salt Lako City, Utah.
1 n i
2& Cook's Spring Medicine- takes 3k
v out all Impurities, keeps out tho
Oft, substances that cause those
'09 fearful rheumatic pains, puts
fifo new. healthy qolor In palo fifo
V' checks, keeps the blood warmer
(Si 0 and moro nourishing. This Is a A
splendid Blood Purifier and en
fa richer. All who aro pale, .mac- iflb
F mlc. nervous, sallow, run-down,
&M rheumatic or troubled with
2r Bolls, Eczema. Scrofula or other
Skin or Blood Diseases Guar- flfe
y? nntced satisfactory. Price, ?l.00
mm for largo bottle. fe
Orueh! & FranKen, f
Southeast Corner Main and
Third South Streets, Salt Sk
Lake City. JP
Is effectually remedied with I
When Rushmcr erinJE tutf (enses.
He gives a thorough examination
FREE and. for a modorato price,
makes glasses guaranteed to fit
the EYES and NOSE,
73 W. 1st So. St.
'Phono 1763-K.
8 I Wonder If it's a
S J1055'010 tnnt these 3
S Jrv iaHi f aborhjlncs struck a ja
I w l?w n VC'n 0f ',Tliat Good a 1
U vSO 2 Coal" and felt so !
B jfttf y S warm that they j
5 I didn't need any I
I 9 clothes. It might
I J bo so. j!
Meighn St I
I Successor to Pleasant Valley jjj j
5 Coal Company.
mWSM&Wktotot&wv mm 1111
$15, $18, $20 AND $22.50 SUITS j
This means the complete closing out of our entire winter stock, to ac
complish which we have not stopped to count the cost. The price we name
for the choice o these suits would not cover the cost of cloth and trim- !
mings. The styles are this season's choicest and arc up to the hour. Gen- j
tlcmen, you are Invited to view this unmatchable offering in this GREAT
j ;
tLiquozone Free
y (houM wrlto the Liquid Oxono Co., 22a Klnzlo JJ
a 6t., Ohtcaeo. Thoy will oond yon an ordnr on
S yonr drnffjrlrt lor n to-cent bottlo froo, It yu 5
n will ttato tho OJiKasa to bo treated. u
'Phono 1063-Z.
1( E. 2ND SO. !
All kinds of woodwork. Including i
everything from tho making or models :
and patterns to repairing or building '
a house, t
I mA mTmiib "i?IAfCE?- REPAIRNOt
"watch ' ma'nufacturing 1
repairing. s. jewelers.
and X
Wnolesale Prices This is Your Opportunity.
Mail Orders Promptly )
s. Attended
To' '
! 285 Beecter Street, Atlanta, Ga- P I
?jQ jraiiy people think that patent medicines are worthless but if all women who are suffering and sick aa I Wjpl jSfe&ffip VB I
was could have my experience with Wine of Cardui they would change their mind. 1 xPi&ff sw? rSJBm
I really hnd not known a well day since I was fifteen, as I Buffered at the menstrual period, sometimes with tvs&J ") 'Ssj Wfi&m jSIw m
profuse and sometimes with scanty menstruation very irregular and very painful. vu' fyM
I had such pains in my back that I could not lie down and could not find a comfortable sitting position VjIm A jft $Kg$
sj and that is tho way a week out of a month had to bo endured'for years. S a r lSml
M Of course I had tried different remedies for my trouble and sometimes I would feel much better and think sllft k flwtf
I was cured, but in a short time the trouble would come back and r- - - wHi V J jf
"was only able to get permanent relief through the use of Wine of C ), . J J2 t J 1 m&&
Cardui which cured me in three months. I have been in JfiZtZ(74t& cLjirCMyC-jL I Wjw
good health for a year, and have therefore every reason to be- n rf )
heve that I will remain so. ( U f Jr
" Wine of Cardui is a medicine that can be taken in the privacy of the home with the same ben- iBW
M efit as if it were prescribed by the best physician in the world. This simple treatment never fails to &yfi
jp properly institute menstruation and allows the patient to quietly assume the dignity of womanhood .Jnl ilPs
p without any shock whatever. Miss Dockendorf could have avoided all her suffering if she had taken fjvr mj$.
' Wine of Cardui at first and every mother should supply her daughter with this great medicine before lA e"Prwv
I the coming of womanhood. The good effects of the medicine will be felt throughout her life. flxk PlS
lp Wine of Cardui is a medicine which cures both young and old women. It is a positive relief for rJjffi!)to3k MPv0iik
irregular and painful menstruation at any stage. It cures bearing down pains and all the ailments f Mm iy
which attack weak and nervous women. lila- Issn J-' Jl?
M 35 Take Wine of Cardui and secure health like Miss Dockendorf secured it. rlM w IJi$.
227 MAIN ST. j
H If you oWn th , I
1 build tho kind of a 1 4l
I want, without ft rfJffi
down. CallforVJKl
I 78 Wcst Second Souti 1'
At tho Sign: Ik
B 0-ourBea5f.p
Iff' 25)5ojia
Manifacturl Jeweler If
an Diamond w
We will sell anything e0r rtt
the very lowest prices. XouJEj'SK
Just come and see for youmiM
Our workshop la the mot mSSBB
tho West. Manufacture to SB
thing In jewelry line.
Buy old Gold. M
Electric Baths and all of t& Jt
nn(3 fflVin' I" tho SrtW.
manner. 41 Ki
Microscopic Medical km
O. W. Hlgglna, II. P., Hgrwjl
Corner Main and ToixdStf g
Hob praotlced In Salt Lake CHrfci 'w
ty-flve years, and tho wonderful ul &i
eatabllohed cures he hsj tfftcirilJl rVWi
tirno prove tho oclontlflc Frhdji
vhlch his medicines are omjwi M
Formlnfr diagnosis by the M cf
croacopo enables him to delect tiiBp
rnar' cause of diseases and i'jMv
tadlcal cure. Tho doctor his eadMji,
tanda of canes of r7
Wervoua Debility, Mental and M
cal "Weakness and NerTromjt
ProBtration. E
And v111 forfeit JC00 for any eM
undor his treatment which he ajHffe
euro. jE
All olasscs of private dlsuii
all old, lingering dlscaset, -whlca iMfcr
the blood and Impair the STituvShi
pughly and permanently cured lirL
kidney comolalnt cured. All B
tlta cured. Tnpowornr'ranioved TiuHQ
or no pay. Ofnco houro, 10 toS.-HuBE
E D. m. tmj' '
Pleaso send for a. list of qwiMBf
ttr. C. W. Hlgfflna, Salt LaJce O?.
Try It The Next Time
Qo Up. If (
B. C SWING. ProprlttflT. M.
Htwdquartrn for njn mF2
den. HATEfl W A DAT AliD TO iW
Iat Popular Pr,ce5,S?
American Wall PadR
6 E. THIRD 3QaTa
Commencing Sotorda)
January 30th, at 2:30 and 7s30 p. m. j
: Hnd to continue daily until the desired amount is raise!
: Stock consists of HighSrade DIAMONDS, WflTeHES,
: BRELLHS, LEATHER GOODS, Etc., and is considered oneo
: the choicest selected stocks in the West, f I
j- -f4hhr I IMWHI M Ml Ml I I f
t THIS SALE is made necessary owing to the very overcrowded condition of the fitwj
p caused by a big falling off in the Holiday Trade, and Mr. Hall desires to assure His m
r friends and patrons that he will personally guarantee each article offered to be exactly J
t represented that everything will be sold regardless of cost, and nothing in the entire sto
will be reserved. J
I As a special inducement for a prompt attendance at the opening of each sale, eight eg
I gant presents will be given away free at every sale
: Ladies are especially invited to attend, and chairs will be provided for their convenient
: . t t tWHffHH-H M M M n I I 1 1 I I H M I III f
SINeLHIR & GABRIEL, Auctioneers. jf
: - W. W. HALL, Jeweler - m B 227 Main Street, Salt Lake eiW

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