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H. j J ! . 2 The Salt Lake Tribune: Tuesday Moeotng, Februaby 9, 19P4.
m - . . . m' 1 ! ! CONDEMNED CONVICTS ji;,; TO BE TRIED AGAIN j j Four Made Mad Dash for Liberty to Get Extra Punish rri2nt j I ! LegaV Point of Interest in the Case j j of Abe Majors. . I; J ComploInti will be Issued by County , " ; Attorney "Westervelt today against Abe Majors, Connors, Waddell and t, Mullen, the convicts who planned and i: took prominent parts In the dash for J j , liberty which occurred at the State 1 ' prison on the 9th of last Octobor. They j I will be charged with assault with ln j j tent to kill and with escaping from the I ' State prison. An additional charge of robbery will be entered against Wad i dell. t I Deputy Warden Wright conferred 1 with County Attorney Westervelt yes- 1 ' terday with reference to the com j plaints. It was intended that the war- ' rants should be issued yesterday, but 1 the matter was postponed until today because of an unusual amount of busl- . noss In tho County Attorney's ofllce. The deputy warden will swear to the complaints. Majors and Waddcll are said to have conceived the plot to escape from tho prison and to have planned the details. Just before the desperate break was 1 made the secret was confided to Con nors and Mullen. Those four, with ) Dayton, who was killed, were the chief participants in the battle which re ' 1 suited in the death of one of the con 1 vlcts and the Injury of others, with two guards, , The four convicts have been In sepa- I 1 rate confinement since the break was ' made. Majors and Waddell were con , fined In the "hole" for several days, but no special punishment has been Im ' posed for their Infraction of the rules. I ' The prison authorities, however, pro- I rj j j Tendency of the Times, H' ij ' The tendency of medical science Is to- ' ( i ward preventive measures. The best i, i ' thought of the world is being given to j ' I the subject. It is easier and hotter to H" J i 1 1 prevent than to cure. It ha been fully V- ' demonstrated that pneumonia, one of B j k the moat dangerous diseases that mcd- B ii J i leal men have to contend with, can be Hj . i prevented by the use of Chamberlain's P J ' Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always rc- V j i suits from a cold or from an attack of H t .' , Influenza (grip), and it has been ob- HT ' , i served that this remedy counteracts any j ' tendency of those diseases toward pneu monia. This haa been fully proven In H j ' many thousands of cases in which this H 1 remedy has been used during the great I j prevalence of colds and grip In recent P j n years, and can be relied upon with im- H pllcit confidence. Pneumonia often re- H- I I cults from a sllgnt cold when r.o danger H . it Is apprehended until It Is suddenly dls- H I 1 covered that there is fever and difficulty B S 1 1 In breathing and pains in the chest, then nil !t 15 announced tnat- the patient has IPs pneumonia. Be on the snfc side and J lake Chamberlain's- Cough Remedy as aJV'ViS s00n as the cola ,s contracted. It al KSLl V WaJS CUrCS irr S3lfc b 1111 drUBslsts pose to pros-cute them to the limit of the law for the attempted delivery. The warrants will charge assault with Intent to kill. Guard Zebulon Ja cobs was the victim of the assault and will be the principal witness. In tho fight he received wounds which are considered permanent and which caused his removal from duty. They will also be charged with attempting to escape from the penitentiary. Besides those tuo offenses Waddell will be charged with robbery. At the time of the as sault upon Jacobs Waddell Is said to have stolen the guard's watch. It was found on his person when he was cap tured. If convicted of the charges several more . years of Imprisonment will be added to the men's sentences. The new terms will, of course, begin only at the expiration of their present sentences. If convicted they will receive from one to ten years' imprisonment, In addition to the terms which they are already serving. In connection with the penalty which will be imposed in case of conviction an Interesting question has arisen In the case 6f Abe Majors. Both he and Con nors are serving life sentences. Attor ' neys declare that even If he pleads guilty no sentence can be Impovid. Such a. condition has never arisen at the prison before and the result of Majors's trial will be watched with In terest by the lawyers of the city. Con nors, it is said, can escape serving a life's sentence through a technicality of the law. The warrants when Issued will be placed in the hands of the Sheriff for service. He will have no difficulty in locating the men, to whom the formal charges will be read In their cells at the prison. An early trial '111 be requested. I ; CRUSADE IS STARTED AGAINST IMPURE FOOD Commercial Club May Taki Up the Cudgel and Assist in I I the Prosecution of the D2alers Who Are Sell- " i - ing Adulterated Goods, v I I, It Is very likely that tho matter of cn- 1 forcing the city's pure-food ordinance will ; , , be taken up very soon by the Commercial i club. Certain progressive citizens brought ' J j the subject to tho attention of Secretary I ' J Harris of tho club a few days ago, and ' . , ho readily acknowledged that It was a i'm '' movement which might well enlist tho at- , i tcntlon of that progressive body. Ho , i promised to bring It beforo the board of I 1 t governors nt their next meeting. , I J ,j While It la admitted that City Chemist ' ' i 'j Harms has been doing a good work In I ( bringing to the attention of the public tho i (' fact that certain foodstuffs which are (regularly offered for salo In the city aro ' ji adulterated to a point which renders them j positively harmful and wholly unfit for ' ! use, yet It Is urged that the only sure way 1 to stop tho use of such articles Is to stop I 1 j .their sale In othor words, to vigorously ' . J1 prosecute those who expose and offer them , I for sale. The city ordinance and tho Stato I laws afford every facility for putting down I tho traffic In impure foods, It Is pointed , i .1 out, tho only thing necessary being for 'i some ono to take the Initiative In prosecu ting violators of the law, and there Is no person or body of men who could more ! i effectually carry on this, work than tho i Commercial club. I ' ' 1 Ono prominent citizen, in discussing tho ) i subject yesterday, said: "The situation 13 1 j' certainly one which demands action, and I M there should be nothing half-hearted In j . I 1 the way it Is takon up. It In true that we t '! cannot always reach the manufacturers of 1 ! Id Impure articles direct, but we can reach them through tho dealers, and It should bo done. In case of theft or robbery the re ceiver of the stolen goods Is held equally guilty with the original thief, and the same rule should hold good with those who rob tfa and our families of health, bringing dis ease and doctors' bills. If not oven death, in return for tho money wo spend for tho necessaries of life. Just consider for a moment the showing made by tho chemist in his analyses of the different ketchups on salo in tho city, when ho found just ono brand among the score or moro sold which can bo consumed with Immunity unless ono has a cnst-lron stomach. There, ara patent medicines which arc 75 per cent alcohol and tho othor 25 per cent poison; canned meats which are secured from the garbage piles of big hotels and res taurants: coffco which Is largely chicory or something worse, sugar which contains sand and flour, and baking powder with alum. One can't even tako an oyster cocktail or a drink of whisky and bo suro that he Is getting the real thing. Some of the adulterations may not be oxactlv harmful to tho health of the consumer, but they arc robberies of his pocketbook at least, and the possibilities of what ono might take Into his system unawares Is enough to cause the man who has a proper regard for his stomach to swear off on overythlng but corn bread and cabbage, and city water, which Is kept reasonably pure part of tho time. It Is true that wholesnle prosecutions, with the full limit of the law Imposed upon offenders, might catch some 'Innocent parties,' but It Is the only way to stop the evil, and It would very soon causo tho dealers to inquiro more carefully Into the kind of stuff thev aro buying." Ill WYOMING MEN WILL ' I j HERD WILD HORSES I TRIBUNE SPECIAL,) I i Saratoga, Wyo.. Feb. S. A. J. Kcnncady, Frank Duffy and William West, equipped ' with a complete winter camping outfit, j i two wagons and ten head of horses, have left for Hay Stack hills, north of Rawlins, ' where they will attempt to catch and tamo .wild horses. , A number of years ago Goorgo Ferris, i , ' I ono of tho original owners of tho great , , Fcrris-Haggerty mine, ran horses on tho i open rango In tho vicinity of the Hay Stack range. Once a year the stock wan r corralcd and the colts branded. Finally ' I i tho herd became bo wild because of con- , tlnucd freedom that It could not be cor- ' ,: y raled longer, and has been permitted to I i run at large since. Now the number of i " wild horses Is estimated at between 3000 I . ( and 6000 head. " j The Hay Stack hills arc so called be- J causo from a distance thoy look like hay stacks, and aro situated In a barren, desert country. In this dear;rt tho horses have lived and have Inbred until the younger stock Is small, but exceedingly swift and hardy. There arc said to be many line horses In the band from 7 to 10 years of ago, large, well-formed and smooth-coated, Theeo animals Kcnncady, Duffy and West will endeavor to catch and tamo sufficiently for tho Eastern market. During tho past fow years many com plaints have been made concerning tho wild horses, for when onco a domesticated animal joins tho band he cannot be recov ered. In a day or two thoy are as wild as tho wildest of the desert band, and tho 6tallIon3 of- the herd fiercely realat all efforts to cUt them out. Therefore ranch men havo been compelled to submit to the loss of valuable animals. Several times hunting parties hava chased the herd and shot down numbers, but domcctlc horses will not face them when tho stallions turn at bay, and such raids havo not resulted In materially decreasing the herd. ZIP SLIPPED IN. CHINESE LAUNDRYUAIT OF EU REKA MAY BE SHIPPED OUT AGAIN. The Mongolian population of Eureka was reduced by ono Sunday afternoon, when Zip Ting, a Chlneso laundryman, was ta ken Into custody by Deputy United States Marshal L. H. Smyth and escorted to Salt Lake. Zip Is thought to bo a likely candi date for asportation, as he Is supposed to nave slipped Into the country over tha border, In violation of tho exclusion act. He will be taken before United States Commissioner Twomey today and warn ned aa to his qualifications for residence In the "land of the free and the home of the bravo." STRIKE LEADER ORDERED TO LEAVE KANSAS CITY Kansas City, Feb. Vke-rresldent Dwyer of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, who came hero to direct ,the local strike of carriage drivers, was ordered from the city today by the police. jBIEHLBAR Krnest Sundqulst Was down on the list For taking the washing tho housewives hax'o missed. Fortune so fickle Got Ern in a nlcklo For stealing G. W. Evans's bicycle. Judge DIehl does not believe the aphor ism that cleanliness Is next to godliness. He .cave Ernest Sundqulst ninety days In Jail for taking a wash. The wash. It should be explained, was taken off a clothes-lino. The principal loser wan Mrs. T. 13. Bcatty, wife of the secretary of the State Board of Health, who had $15 worth of linen taken from her clothcs-llno. Ernest pleaded guilty and was sentenced as above. A peculiar thing about Sundqulst's thof t of a bicycle, and something which Indi cates that tho punishment provided by tho statutes for' petit larceny Is not very of fcctlvo as a detcrront. Is that the boy re stole tho Identical wheel ho was arrested for stealing a few wcoks before. He served two rnonthH and the bicycle wus re turned Jo its owner. Last week Sundqulst went back and took the same bicycle from tho name place In the same way. He told tho court yesterday that he had been drinking and was out of money. Ho got fifty days on this count. This Is the story of William Kctid, Who sampled Pabst and Schlltz and Letup Lest something good should pass him b. Ho took some bourbon and somo rye Ho faced the court and told his talo Of long-sick wife and children pale, But still he got five days In jail, Did William Kemp. Bert Items hnd Just come In from Alta and William Farrell from Bingham. They both got numerous drinks from a bartender who know how to sling 'on. The consequence was that both miners got lit clear to the eyes. They were discharged and left tho court room sadder, but, It Is to bo hoped, more wise. E. S. Jones, a nlnoteen-ycar-old boy, ad mitted that he had been Intoxicated and explained that he got that way through going Into a saloon to pay a bill. "Will you promise not to do so again?" asked tho court, "Yes, I will," Hald the culprit. "I didn't feel that I ought to pay that bill anyhow, unci I will never do it again." Maud Smith pleaded guilty to the charge of keeping an Immoral resort and tho Clt Attorney urged that she bo fined at least JEO, because, he alleeed, sho had been In tho business for six years and had never been caught before. "I cannot agree with your reasoning, said Judge Dlohl. "Persons In this busl nesfl cannot bo expected to come In volun tarlly and pay for tho privilege of con ducting It. They must bo convicted for this as for any other crime. Tho court will Impose a fine of $20." Jane Moore. Inez Wellesloy and May Brown, Inmates of Maud Smith's house, also pleaded guilty and paid $10 ea'ch. Louis Sllgh pleaded guilty to drunken ness and was lined i3. Ho pretended that he had made no disturbance bn the street but had called at the pollco station on business Sunday night and had been de tained because of his condition. "Were you arrested on Sunday night?" "Yes, sir." "Well, you have had a very narrow es cape. Tho clerk mado out tho con plaint 'Monday morning." If you had boon charged with a Sunday drunk your lino would have been $3 " Mr. Sllgh subsided. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on dos. 25c SON IN SEARCH OF HIS MISSING FATHER Michael Connor, Jr.. ot Oil City, Pa., has written to Mayor Morris, asking for information concerning his father, who when last heard of was In this city. The letter follows- "My Dear Sir: Tf It would not incon venience you any, I would like to have you help mo locate my father, Michael Connor. Whon last heard of ho was In your city, but as that was a number of years ago, and he has not corresponded with any one since. I am at a loss to know what to do It will certainly bo to his Interest to Know of this, and I am sure If he knew I wanted him he would bo in no way backward about telling mo whero he Is. "If he has been In your city lately and you can give mo any Information regard ing him. your efforts will be greatly ap preciated, I'll assure you. "Ho was a proficient railroad man, that Is, on track work, and would probably 'hold a good position by this time He Is 5S years old. 5 feet 10,i inches tall, plain face, with red complexion would weigh In tho neighborhood of ICS pounds. Yours very truly, MICHAEL CONNOR. JR., "11 West Sixth street." ANOTHER VICTIM OF IROQUOIS FIRE DEAD Chicago. Feb. 8. Mrs, Enroy J. Hcnnlg, a victim of the Iroquois theater fire, died today. MPjCAlNED I llL W I The story of a I iEfW$ J great deal of the JSesV j TOmcn 3 a sor7 checks grow hol low and sallow, and they feel tired and worn-out all the time. In a large pro portion of cases when women are weak, run-dowu and falling off in flesh and looks, the root of the trouble can be traced to womanly diseases which under mine the general health. The proof of this is that women who have been cured of painful womanly diseases by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription haye recovered their general health, gained iu flesh and in appearance. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures the womanly diseases which sap the gen eral health. It establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflamma tion and ulceration and cures female weakness. " I suffered for three years with ovarinn trouble." writes Mrs. Anna Qulnn (Treasurer Woman's Athletic CluuJ.'of to; Sycamore St.. Milwaukee, Wis, "The treatment I took did pot do rae a nartlclc of good, until a good neigh bor who had been using Dr. Picrcc'a Favorite Prescription advised mc to give it a trial. The ncrt day took my first dose, nnd (t was ray first Btep toward recovery. In nine weeks I trtrs a diffcTTOt vrornnn , my flesh which had been flabby became firm, complexion clear and my eyes bright. It was simply nn indication of the great change within from pain and suffering to health aad happiness." "Favorite Prescription " makes weak women strong, sick women well. Ac cept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate Btomacb. liver and bow1"- ATHLETES AND PUGILISTS CURED BY SWAMP-ROOT All These Famous Pugilist's and Athletes Tell of Their Cure by Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, and Say That It Added to Their Great Strength. Jame3 J. Corbctt, tho Former Cham- Champion of the World Jeffries De- Georgo Brown, tho Colobrated IJnse pion, Tells How He Was Cured by clare- That Swamp-Root Is a Won- ball Player of the Nationnl League, Swamp-Root. derful Remedy. Writes What He Thinks of Swamp- brookltn. n. T., Nov. io, 1903. HOTEL DELAY A1ST, Koot' ,MPTRF Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnghamton, N. T.: -y p;fv -vTnv i n -iqno . HOTEL. EMPIRE, Gentlemen:-About two years ago this -3., Ult3 x("- J xjyj0' New Tork City, Oct. 19, 1903. extremely robust body of mine showed Dl. ILll10r ix, L0., Kilmer &. Co signs that something was wrong with "Ririp-hftmtoil N Y Blnehpmton N Y It. My usual vigor gave place to a feel- J3injiianiLUti, . uinBn..mton, . i. t ' Gentlemen: Your great Gentlemen- After finished the coach- v J3CtT V 4,'?'t4?V remedy, Swamp-Root Was rCC- Ing of the Columbia College Baseball 0rh ty'& ommendecl to me by Lou l qucnt headaches, occasional spells of M-lfl Ji'i'lflPs dizziness, and Instead of my usual good l?IIBWiri iWMW appetite could hardly force myself to ilgiiafcW eat a meal. Two physicians whom I mm0 , S! consulted said I had malaria, but their !?Si'WSB$S 1 - r,."r!'1 HI prescriptions did me rto good. A third rrTTv"! ; W ,1 one whom I consulted told mc my kid- rrjV-L8; ; r?-Tigj inltjRI-gSgss neys were out of order and advised me. Team last sprlnEr, I was not in good to take Swamp-Root. . . t condition for the opening of the Na- I got half a dozen bottles and could 1 use It in my training" to feel the benefit before I had finished , , . , tlonal League. I started using Swamp- K hnw5 strengthen my kidneys and Qnd me sl3i,.bou,!is 1 e l a.icu,redJ, aJyup; keep them m good order, and it , , .,, - . petite had come back, the headache had L - . ' very quick. I am satisfied Swamp-Root disappeared, and I felt as fit as the day dOCS. the OUSineSS every time. , ' ... . . I met Sullivan at .New Orleans. Asa Ita rGrfninlv -a Wmderfnl derm remedy, and docs cvery- pleasant and speed? -emedy and a sure 11 wj-Uiimj x tw thQt yfju cla, ;Qr "yours strength builder, it gives me pleasure remedy and I Wouldn't DC-"With- ' to recommend Swamp-Root to all my f vnil-,, t,Ti1tt truly, friends-. Very truly,. OUC It. XOUr&XlUiy, 7 WITNESS Ex-Sheriff Masterson. , New York National League Club. Why Swamp-Root. Gives Strength Almost every one , from personal experience knows that when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is the effects of any kind of severe physical strain aro felt, first permlttd to continue FATAL RESULTS ARE SURE TO of all, in the small of the back In other words. In those FOLLOW. ,r.. , u t-, mu. , , . SWAMP-ROOT STRENGTHENS THE KIDNEYS, and Vital Organs, the Kidneys. This is as true in the case of iu-..,. .,i.-n , u tttt. ttt through them helps all the other organs. When this Won- the very powerful man as it is with one of less strength, derful Discovery can put the human body Into condition to and it Is especially true whenever the kidneys are weak. stand the hard training and the tremendous strain of the Weak and unhealthy kidneys are rerponslblc for more prize ring, it Is eas- to understand how It has cured thou- sickness and suffering than any other disease, therefore, sands in the more ordinary and less strenuous walks of life. To Prove what SyampRoot will do for YOU, Yon may have a sample bottle sent Free by Mail. irMnJKlPiTw8? SwC?sCuI ls vamp-Root In promptly curing even the most distressing cases of Sn W 'nrmn MnS in t 5 hcAl,,, v ? Pr.V "S .y0"!?1 mCdtS 3'U hjWC tt Sam nd a book Of Vrt- uable information, both sent Absolutely free by may. The book oontalns many of the thousands upon thousands of tes timonial letters received from men and women cirfed. The value and success of Swamp-Root Is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blnghamton. N. T be sure (o say that you read this generous offer in the Salt Lake City Dally Tribune The proprietors of this naner Guarantee the genuineness of this offer. The Wonderful Remedy. Swamp-Root, is pleaso to lake fnd Is for Slo af aU drol Stores everywhere. In Bottles of Two Sizes and Two Prices-Fifty Cents and One Dollar Don't make anv mistake but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton, nT.y!, every bot- SJj) When you've tried all 1wJ the rest, then try p tBid the very best t t S Quaker ( - vttt t I (si iJj5Trr?SiFFpi Porfcctlon of nco, R 3 iGsJSSilirsjlW purity of ilavor, aro gf ji p s winning qnalltlea At,a" totdlncbar. a. HIRSOH & CO. K y oaroa, drug etorea Kansas city, jjo. W WLWTvVl I Interested anil should Icnoir fWVfJ VrVrtln about tha wonderf a Will MARVEL Nhirl!nfJ sPry SvCiSVxK Hon and Suction. Dot Sat-i-XtlScJr2323T--t Mt Convenient. KJiiJ yA5 II Cltuui Imlmllj, vikyenfanittUtfsrlt. . frllL If he eanr.otinrply tlio v tiTovrC tither, hut tend alamn for ?v iT'V A , IllostratrdtooU-!!. ItelTe &. J f nil particular and direction In h! t lS Tdlnahl to Iftdlc .IIAUVKL CO.,j( lm 4 1 I'nrU now, Now York. t For salu by F. C. Schramm, F. J. Hill Drue Co, and Chas. Van Dyke. ji Advertisers 1 ) l Now Is the time to reach the Farmers thoy aro not busy. The Inter- ij 0 C Mountain Farmer Is the medium, the only agricultural paper In this I field. Write or apply for advertising rates. H INTER-MOUNTAIN 1 FARMER L 133 S" WJSST TEPUE STRBET J : I 1 i f9B MANHOOD RESTORED "CUP.dene" KM. mXk Pwpe, T7bj11xim to -rrr, ExUoo.Mne Brain, TarleoeclVs and ConriV- uflpcrrnatpTThoca and ali tbe borrorj of Impotcnoy OTJPIDP.vis eloaniiu thn lfver fhoWdnert. clTPkENElr?ntbaq. and wwon. Tboreaon wanm Taro not SwoTbT 'O&wri fn.rOTm GODBE-PITTa DBtTG OOt. Salt Lako Citi. Utah. Ajrenta. I Quality, age, taste, purity and flavor. All the re- quisltes required in good whiskey are found in E & 1 Standard. The exclusive distributers ore ' 1 BIEGER & LINDLEY, 1 "The Whiskey Merchants." 1 Microscopic Medical IdshK ' Corner Main and riS Has practiced in Salt Laka n- J ' ' ky-nyo yoaru, end the wondStt'6, if cutabllehed euros ho SJ? I HitA Ume provo tha BcleSufte ? which hia raMlctecs ar PdJ P Formrnir dlafrnonlB by fhl .S3Krfa crosoopo enablen him to iiLv radical euro. The doctor h rJsUP'f tntids of cnoea of " 'WlMbtv KerV0Uf S?1' MS cal Weakness and titntSu Prostration. ifQf And will forfolt Ko for nn 'felfh SJrt.f h' tratr"0nt Wch'jSf'jMS. ,n,S,n?.3e3 of Private dlaeasM mIMS! il nil old. llngcrln? dlaeasei imWS tho Mood and Impair the mf&Krft ptfrhly and perrrtanontly caret tBLvp kidney complaint cured. AJ1 ? fj Hts oured. Japflworm rtm6vtdi"a br no pay. Offlco houn, 10 to J ifct,v. , B . m. ' PlcasQi Bond for a list of qhh,i!& Pr. C. HlcglnaUK cn?ljt; HOT SPRINGS, ARKAJ?SA? rienlth. Recreation and PliTiKKr Cl The Park Hotel, HioHafeS American and European PUaFri Finest Cafea and Grill Rooau wB. N. Y. Marble Bath Home. CaMi 1 GymnQDlurns. Opon Dec. 1st to UP'rtJ J. R. Hayes, Lase and UioufriSv1 ' Walker. Associate Manacer. 'F1" The State Bank of IM Comer Main and South TemplMK; Salt Lake City. ,'Msdlr JOSEPH P. SMITH. President. . M WILiUAM B. PRESTON, Vice-Pr, -CHARLES S. BURTON, CaJhIeMLel HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Co3ilu' GENERAL BANKING BUBllL Gf Accounts Solicited Sptckl attttB;' gy country trade. Correspondence IfirfflC J. E. Cosprlff. Pres. E. W. Wllsoc ( ? OPEN AN ACCOUNT VlTrfffcf f COMMERCIAL fe NATIONAL BANff, J. J. Daly, W. P Noble, VIce-PrtiiK c? A. H. Peabody, Ass'tCaJrad WELLS, FARGO SCO. lit Salt Lake City, Utah. 'VmHY Established 1S53. JJ Tho Oldcat and Stronsest Bank b Capital I ...jM Surplus ...U)Jt Undivided Profits .1 Transacts a general banking tajjAljait domeatlo end forelsm. eft Tte Direct connections with paa amr ,' principal cities of tho world. "Mr" ISSUES: Wtti' Drafts, .Jfr, Letters of Credit. f P-qMfctr Telegraphic Transfer J Deposits recelved-suWlcct to claiVry H. L. MILLER, Cashier. pt H. P. CLARK. Asst. C"B - ESTABLISHED IMOFnl THE OLDEST AND LARGE a. DUN & CO., SI , The Mercantile AgenflS GEORGE RUST. General Milf&T. UtnJi, Idaho andwrfB Offlco in Progress bldp.. Salt CAPITAL FULLY PAID, UaO.toa WALKER BROW Bankers, ji SALT LAKE CITY. UTAHjJ Established 1S59. I070JfI,i Transact a General BanklnsBwm,. SAFE rp.pnsiT BOXES FOtt 'mJjT QESERET national banJ UNITED STATES DEPOSITAgr Salt Lake City. Utah. Capital, $500,000- Surplag, if j U S. HILLS, M03Effir3I President cmjjHWllfi H. S. YOUNG. &. , 3W Cashier. Sofo deposit bo.ie3 for jMfy i NATIONAL BANK OfE THE REPUKi, U B. DEPOSIT ARS" MQio S35 abKXt::::v-4j Exchaneo drawn on ill P"" M' cCORNICK & CO., rAfe Bankers Salt Lake City, Utah- Mfc ESTABLISHED titi mL T T NION ASSAY OFFICS, U M. 6. HANAUBB. jKL - Ben3ared to IB South W. B$m SAMPLES BY VLnUoi WWL,