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1 The Salt Ijke TRiBTOns: Tuesday Motssing, Febiixjaky 9, 1904. , 3 1'
siiS li wTave viaduct $M - nstcr-Petition Presented M to Ogden Council. M,T pEATH TRAP ABATEB w In city up ,n Arms for ffli J Action. n flreads Said to Favor Proposition, fnd No Season Appears for A 1 i Further Delay. v. 5 9: jf TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. 1 ' i USC Washington Street, j Telephone 263-K, y $ Ogden. Feb. 9. j L, citr Council meeting lost night . Frd J. Kiesel presented a petl- 'L. the Weber club, signed by ncar ' ms. asking the Council to Im L!r proceed to construct a viaduct 1 Knty-fourth street, from Wall to the Weber river, a distance of J4rf e three-fourths of a mile. NC j lof Kiesel, in speaking In behalf of fition called the Council's ntten ft dangerous conditions of the .1 ; Vre being upward of twenty rall- l mdss crossing It already and others Sdi LSatlon. he said. He cited the L "he construction of several J Lhrtorles west of the city had made 7 '.tr.fourth street the principal en 4 l Clothe citv and also to the fact .; "VrVal l've3 na1 boen Iost ln tnu mil Ms Place. He also stated that oslnlon the railroad companies perfectly willing to meet with ?T 51 !Mdl in the matter and belloved that jjjfl ireLn favor of the building of tho 11,1,1 fa 'is the proposition that has been J. Id to The Tribune for tho past year. JwS Sji to be hoped that the Council will . farcedlate action to construct the ' a Lover Twenty-fourth street is a Si lii'.t death-trap, and, as stated to Council last night, tho signatures of Ran vcry one In the city could have iKCurcd to the petition had It been BTreii cit n$sary ... &5" le bridge will have to be a big one and rrC'bablv be constructed of steel. It Si n twenty-fourth from throc T G run of a mile to a mile, running inul iWaE avenue to the river, ton KTtport of the special committee on t e Reply recommended that tho Coun . u'jKt lhe offer of sale of tho water- 7 li fj-stem. and the extension of tho .' Kiist of tho present company was ( 01 ti bintopen clash between the Mayor I At City Council occurred last night. 1 Ia? i Jujor sent In the name of W. R, Stj. 't for city sexton, but the Council id the appointment down by a tie !&t K IrOEGED FATHER'S NAME. ' lflftling Gets George Porter Into Serious Trouble. YTCifcrcje F, Porter has been arrested on KlfipTEe of forgery. He was arrested iiiiJjfSctr Ilerrlck for forging tho name lnU'jjf1 father, J. L. Porter, to seven n IVmP 4' oacl1' Tne cnecks were HnilB lhe Consolidated Improvement 'WlT. A. L. Wethcrly. Utah Light TttYxmrtT company, Boyle Furniture hWmpzy and the Ogden Paint. Oil and company Gambling is said to have gtle cause of the young man's down- tiiIvCOUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ; t7 Bills and Issue Call to Fruit Growers. -"' Commissioners met yoster- iw a"cd the regular bills and hlrf! ThC ruit'Brwer3 wero called jrllvW1 at 'he county courthouse S3tur - 'ilfrn!lDB at 10 o'clock to discuss with '?mkd lhe nucstion of protection to JR-sIoner Wilson was Instructed to -CWagate the advisability of construct brlaSe ovor North Fork creel; CriWy Precinct. r-ISjCASE OF CARBOLIC ACID. )U&TI "todies Mrs. Camp Took Her 'fc Own Life. -Coroner's Inquest held before Judge ; Ajm3 tU n'eht. to Inquire Into tho stnlxj Mr? Mar" Camp, returned n M w ,hc effect that the deceased JS-SShwu1, d?Ul thc resu,t of a 05 c Hiwi:?cld administered bv her own AIR 8Ulte of melancholia. Tho Jrtilr4 "rs" Kuchlor' Wc3t and iKTAELAND'S REMAINS. '-rf'l70' Droncd Man to Be Sent to .:t2a'w of J j. McFarland. who jif In Great Salt lake Sunday rirliiEt t"1 1)0 8h,nncd to Boone. Ia. Mh & Sons undertakers, efr1?!?'Ge,,oC th body, received &E5lMt, clt' t0 embalm the body lIcFarlnnd was about -tKilami500.,and.U ls snU1 wna well UTptowe DU ,a3 at one tlmo a banker V1 001)2,8 successor- L'r Cheyenne Man Is to jTffi Tto the Place. Sifl11 ? rUmor anoat in railroad , KiR o n V t0 lhe cttcct tnat J eiT'Bita.j jlncynno had been appointed ...'rB-toasi'r.A, 9?dc. who resigned as T .TIM.ko rfm 0gd?n Un,on dcrot tttn fMiPi" scnt Jniulry among P&li .of thLCd..t0 cnrm tho Btory ' ,lTf'4fMEc..nn,;(llnc' iIr- Keating has 4CS '""-'oaster at Cheyenno. Tslf 6HTJCINgaLC0H0L, W Tctal Abstinence Union Organ Jzed in Ogden. jfr jdiiJ011 AbsUnencc union Is the :efS' l Eden "oclotlcs. Its ifaMlk tu ,,SCOUntcnanco and discour- J K.rralcoh,oHc drl"k3 in every ,Krvr vinh011 !s. President: Walter 'CItar!;P"3lucnt; violet Rut iSD(P' r- dllo Carter, treasurer. 0KnlBhts GIv e.icnds a Good klftS!li0X.Pylh,aB ,,,ild lhcir a- SCon JSC Ro,aPP. who was ill, SSifdJ "61V act aa tonslmabtcr, and THIS MORNING'S NEWS. -MjIj OVER THE COUNTRY. For over thirty-four hours tho flames defied the cf- forts of firemen before bclnp controlled at Baltimore. Property losses will aggregate $2fX.000,COO.... Proclamation Issued by Gov. Warftcld of Maryland declares today a legal holiday.... Flro Insurance brokers ln Xew York cstlmoto tho minimum loss to Insurance companies In tho Baltimore lire at S'W.OOO.OOu.... Senator Ilanna'a condition ls not so favorahlo as it was yesterday.... New York banks will aid Baltimore bank ers.... Prayer offersd ln "Wnshlngton for tho sufferers of tho Baltimore fire.... Chi cago car-barn bandits facing Jury Aged woman run down oy an nutoinobllo ln New York. . FOREIGN. Jnps cut tho cable Into Ko rea and stories of aea lights arc numerous. ....King Peter of Belgrade has a new of ficial family.... Entire Chinese court may lleo from Peking to southern China when hostilities open European nations re gard Russia's position as diplomatically stronc. MOUNTAIN AND COAST.-Manufac-turlng enterprises headed for Idaho Falls, which ls said to be on tho eve of a boom. ....Man at Wclser, Ida., who claims to have been robbed, ls committed to Jail ln default of bonds. ...Former Salt Lako man ls building a railway ln Manila, according to advices from San Francisco.. ..Wyo mlng men will herd wild horses.. ..Ranch man had narrow escapo from death at Mceteotf.c, Wyo Bank check issued by Treasurer of Bolso In error Idaho Su preme court gives a man a iww trial.... Hunter lnvado den 6f angry wolves ln Wyoming, STATE. Mrs. D. W. Driggs drowned in the Provo river. CITY. Mayor Morris sends In a largo batch of appointments, 'that are referred to a special committee of thc Council.... Salt Lake woaian has a terrible expcrlcnco crossing tho desert Commercial club may tako up the pure-food crusade.... Mercur Chinaman arrested for slipping Into tho country ln violation of the Immi gration laws... .Very few Japanese will leave Utah to tako part ln the war.... Rec ord of anow fall for January.... Wyoming stockmen will mako a fight for railroad passes Two members of tho National Guard offer tholr services to thc Mikado. ....Farmers do effective work In thc Inter est of Irrigation.... Four convicts to bo tried for escaping from thc penitentiary. ....City Attorney Dcy decides that tho Board of Public Works Is not entitled to Increased pay.... Rice and Hunter plead not guilty.... Real estate transfers. W275. ....Bank clearings, 5657,11. ...Yesterday's stock sales, 19,535 shares, for ....Orc and bullion settlements during the day, $52,700. responses were made by H. C. Ward lelgh. grand keeper of records and seals; Thomas Turner, W. B. Wedell. Dr. A. S. Condon. W. R. White of Salt Lake. Val entine Gideon and Mayor Glasmann, all members of tho order. Thc Rov. E. J. Ridings responded In behalf of tho non members, who were present to the num ber of about fifty, extending their thanks to thc lodge for tho good time shown them. DIVORCE DAY' IN COURT. Marital Troubles of Several Couples Are Adjusted. It was divorce day, ln the District court yesterday. Tho following cases of mari tal Infelicity were adjusted by Judge Ro lapn: SuhIo W. Dunbar vs. Abe Dunbar: de cree granted as prayed. Catherine Do Witt vs. Decatur De Witt; decreo granted, with custody of tho minor children. Sophia West va, E. C. West: modifica tion of decree allowed, transferring cus tody of minor child to Martha West. MAY COMBINE DISTRICTS. Report That U. P. Divisions Ave to Be Consolidated. A report reached Ogden yesterday to the effect that the offlco of assistant su perintendent of thc Wyoming division of thc Union Pacific was to be abolished and that division consolidated with tho Evans ton division, and that H. V. Hilllker, at present assistant superintendent at Green River, was to bo put in charge. Briefs. W. T. Bcardsley has left for Manila. Albert Sadd ls back from his California trip. Ben Pearson was In from Terrace yes terday. Hon. Lorln Farr was a Salt Lako visi tor yesterday. Hon. F. J. Kleeel 13 back from a trip to southern Utah. Rube Farr is down from Pocatcllo to spend a fow days with relatives. Frod E, Wldmor. manager of the Bon Ton theater, Salt Lake, was In Ogden yesterday. Tho Coplev prints, to be exhibited at thc public library by thc S. O. O. B. club, have arrived. A marriage llceneo was issued yester day to Loon Auffhnmmer. aged 23, and Sarah Ellen Cnrr, aged 10. both of Ogden. Gcorglus Bakus has petitioned the Dis trict court to bo appointed administrator of the estate of Nicholas Bakus, de ceased. Sflorlff Josephson came down from Brlgham. City yestcrdny and took back with him the insane man brought ln Ixom tho cut-off. M T. McGrath was arrested yesterday on the chargo of stealing a blcyclo. Chief Browning nnd Detective Pender caught tho fellow In tho act. CELEBRATED SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Mantl, Utah. Feb. 6.-M. F. Farns worth. a plonocr resident of this section, celebrated his ecventleth birthday anni versary on February' Cth. Tho veteran resident held a reception In tho pavilion, whero his many friends congratulated him. Following an address of welcome by thc celebrant, responses wore made by President McAUIstor, President Murbcn. President Anderson, Mr. Whltbeck and Sonator Alder. A' musical, and literary programme followed. MRS. JENSEN, PIONEER OF MT. PLEASANT, DEAD TRIBUNE EPECIAL. Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Feb. S.-Mrs. Mads Jensen, ono of the oldeut residents of this placo. died this morning. Mrn. Jeneen crossed the plains with the handcart train ln 1S07. with her husband. They camo to Ml. Pleasant In IKS. where they have resided over since. Mrs. JcnFen was 79 ycara old, the moth er of clcht children, four of whom are living, who with the aged father and nu I merous other relatives mourn her loss. Coast Grain. San Francisco. Fob S. Wheat-Firmer; May. $1.30. December, Barley-Firmer; Mar. December, SILVER BELL IN ORE Seam Widened to Eighteen Inches. RICH SPECIMENS BISPLAYEB Rack Saturated With Copper Compounds. Prediction of Those Who Know Con ditions Is That Mine Will Be Made. TRIBUNE BUREAU, Park City, Feb. S. N. Wr. Sonnodcckcr returned yesterday from a visit to the Silver Boll, highly gratified over conditions at tho property. Tho ore-bearing scam has wldcnod to eighteen inches of tho richest and most promising looking material so far encoun tered ln tho Silver Boll. Mr. Sonncdcckcr displayed splendid specimens as an Illus tration of this fact. They nro a fine-looking rock, bearing a striking rcseoi bianco to dolomlto lime, and aro well saturated with galena, malachite, pyrites of copper nnd other copper compounds. At a depth of 00 feet ln the winze Improvements are bo marked that the prediction of all ac quainted with tho conditions ls that a mine will soon bo developed. The Silver Bell winze, which continues from a drift runnlnc from tho California tunnel level, is well into tho heart of tho mountain, 30 that sudden disclosures of oro ln large quantities are expected. The work ln tho wlnzo Is proceeding rapidly, with tho aid of tho gasoline hoist engine, which Is proving to Do a great success. COLUMBUS MILL. Important Improvements and Addi tions ATe Proposed. Tony Jacobson said yesterday In regard to the contemplated purchoso by the Co lumbus Consolidated of tho old Weber concentrator hero that thc deal had not yet been closed, but that In tho event of Its materializing the machinery would bo added to considerably whon installed at Alta. Tho prlnclpul addition will co.nl8t of a full set of machinery for treating sIIucg. Tho Weber machinery Is capable of an output of 150 tons per day, no that with tho Improvements and addition pro posed tho Columbus Consolidated will havo a mill of no mean capacity. BURGLARS LEFT THE BOX. But They Had Extracted the Money It Contained. The glass box which contained tho prize money stolen early yesterday morning from thc window of II. G. Bates's drug storo was found today ln a stable at tho rear of tho store. Only tho top plato was broken. Tho thieves wero seen by a citi zen In the rear of tho building Just before tho burclaiy was commlttocd, but ho failed to notify tho police. Whon discov ered they concealed themselves ln the barn. On a Serious Charge. When brought beforo City Justlco Lock hart this mornlne on a chnrso of assault on the person of Annlo Engblor. at Maple hall. Sunday morning. Harry Morgan en tered a plea of not guilty. Ills bonds wero fixed at J100, nnd tho case was set for 11 o'clock tomorrow. Personal Mention. Ernest Fisher returned from Zion today, Sherman Fargo returned from Salt Lako today. Miss Jesslo Hurlbut returned from tho capital this morning. J. J. Daly arrived from Salt Lake today to visit tho Daly-Judge. M. Fltzmaurlco was aiong the passen ger arrivals this morning. J. R. Carrol of Hancock, Mich., an own er In the Park City Majestic, came up from Salt Lake this morning, ln company with Manager C S. Ralpb, to Inspect the property. Together with several local stockholders, they drovo to tho property and returned this evening to tho capital. MIDSHIPMEN TOOK IT EASY. Many Embryonic Sea Heroes Fall Bohlnd in Their Studies at Annapolis. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Washington, Feb. S. Tho semi-annual oxnmlnatlon at tho Naval academy, An napolis. Just completed, resulted very dis astrously to midshipmen. Seven mem bers of thc second or next year's graduat ing class wero found deficient In several studies and wero turned back Into tho third class and tho second third clans. Another member who was absent during the past term on account of sickness was turned back Into tho fourth clnes. Seventeen mcmbcrB of tho second class were found to be below nverago ln one or more studies and have been warned thnt they are in danger of being turned back. One of theso was H. H. Maxon, of Rono, iNeV' THAT FT. SHERMAN RESERVE Senators of Washington and Idaho Sharpening Their Knives for Action. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Washington, Feb. 8. Senator Dubois to day introduced in thc Senate a Joint reso lution directing the Secretary of thc In terior to make a saio of tho abandoned military reservation at tho Fort Sherman rcHcrvo at Cocur d'Alcno City at public auction. , , This ls In direct conflict with tho reso lution of tho Sonator from WaHhlngton, and tomorrow Senator Dubois will Ukoly olTcr .omc remarks which will bo causti cally Inclined against Senators Ankeny nnd Foster of Washington. Senator Hepburn will Join Senator Du bois and will also make an nddrc&a. A Ranchman's Close Call. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Mcctcetsc. Wyo., Feb 8. Georgo Sabln, a well-known ranchman, had n very nar row escape from death while riding to town. Ho was thrown from hid horse and lay unconscious In the deep snow bosldo the road beforo discovered by passers by and saved from freezing to death. Ho will recover from thc effects of tho ex perience, but hnd he lain ln the chill air an hour longer ho would havo bceen be yond aid. ViCTIftQ GOES T3 JAIL. 1 Man Who Alleges Ho Was Robbed Committed in Default of Bail. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Wclser, Ida., Feb. fi. Frank Turner and Ren Wain, charged with thc robbery of a man named Morrlssoy at Mineral, this county, on Sunday, January 24th, were bound over this morning in tho sum of ?1M each to appear beforo tho District court March 8th. Owing to thc large number of witnesses tho preliminary examination, held boforo Probate Judge Jeffreys, occupied soveral days. Ball was furnished by tho defendants, nnd tho complaining witness was placed under bonds of $7C0 to appear. Being un able to furnish bond, Morrlssoy was com mitted to Jail until court meets. STORY OF BANK CHECK Issued by Treasurer of Boise in Error. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Bolso, Idu., Feb. S. A very Interesting case has arisen here that ls attracting much attention. It Is ovor tho Issuance of a check by the City Treasurer for a warrant for which It Is claimed thcro has tecn no provision for payment made. City Treasurer Pottlnglll on Friday last Issued a check In favor of H. B. Eastman for J3027.C0, in pnymcnt for an old war rant held by the latter for work performed on the Tenth street macadam some years ago. The City Treasurer declares ho Issued tho check upon thc advlco of City Attor ney Kingsbury. Subsequently, upon ascer taining that there was a controversy over the macadam contract, Mr. Pettlnglll stopped payment on the check, which, however, Is still in Mr. Eastman's posses sion. Mr. Eastman lnld tho macadam pave ment on Tenth stroct In 1S07, tho cost of tho work being assessed against tho abut ting property owners. A number of tho latter refused to pay their assessments, on the ground that tho work had been Im perfectly performed. The property-owners brought nn In junction suit against tho city ln thc United States court. Tho case was ulti mately compromised by n reduction of the assessments, leaving a deficiency, which still exists. Mr. Eastman brought suit against the city to recover the amount of his war rants. Mr Kingsbury was his attorney. The city demurred to tho complaint and tho demurrer was sustained and there the case ended. The City Treasurer makes this Interest ing statement ln regard to tho matter: "After stopping payment on tho check, I asked Mr. Kingsbury why ho had ad vised me to cash tho warrant. "Ho Informed mo ho had given mo tho advice ns Mr. Eastman's attornoy and not as City Attorney. I felt quite safe ln issuing the check to a man of Mr. East man's financial tnndlng, and on tho representation of tho City Attorney that It was doing right." ON EVE OF A BOOM. Manufacturing Enterprises Headed for Idaho Falls A Day of Mourn ing Minor Mention. TRIBUNE SPECLVL.1 Idaho Foils, Ida., Feb. S. A starch factory is being strongly talked of by many of thc Influential men of the town and vicinity, as It ls believed such an Industry would pay. The soil Is espe cially adapted for potato raising, and many of the farmers would turn their attention to this Industry. The Induction of a woolon mill When the new power plant Is completed Is talked of. If Idaho Is to take the place which belongs to her the citizens must' give moro attention to manufacturing. There ls coal and water power ln abun dance and all the resources necessary to make this a great manufacturing State. Railroad rates at the present time ate high, but this will not always remain so. As soon as capital sees that thc reEources and business of thc coun try will Justify the building of other roads they are Burc to come. Tho State Is indisputably one of the rlchost ln thc Union nnd Its varied resources are being: discovered and developed each year. As eoon as the stringency In the money market Is passed Idaho will be flooded with Eastern capital, ready and anxious to Invest in the many avenues open to them. Sunday was a day of mourning In Idaho Falls. At 2 o'clock occurred tho funeral of Dr. B. P. Jones. Tho serv ices were held at his home In the west part of the city. The funeral was con ducted by the Knights of Pythias, which order ho was an honored mem ber. The remains will be shipped to bin old homo In Ohio for burial. At 3-30 the funeral of Mrs. H. C. Lyons took place from tho Baptist church, nnd the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Just south of town. The funeral was ln charge of tho La dles of the Woodcraft. The members marched ln a body to the church. These two deaths cast a gloom over the entire community and the sympathy of all go out to the. families ln their sad hour of bereavement. Nearly all thc local members of the bar arc attending court at Blackfoot this week. Nenl McMillan hns purchased the lot adjoining his store and will erect a large two-story building thereon. Ileal estate men are listing lands, so as to be able to care for tho large Influx of people that Is expected In thc early uprlng. Mr. Gratis of St. Louis, Mo., is here, looking nfter business Interests. The adjusters of the different insur ance companies that were ln the loss at Anderson Bros.' store are here and will adjust the loss, and the store will be ready to resume business In a few days. Bishop Catmull's new store building Is being pushed rapidly to completion. The recent snowstorms have drifted the roads full and travel is very dlfll cult ln some places. WESTERNERS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Washington. Feb. 8. David Keith of Salt Lake City Is visiting the capital to day. Ho camo over from Now York and will return tomorrow. J. G. Brown and A. T. Pock of Black foot. Ida , are hero, en routo to New York. W. G. Sams of Wallaco, Ida., will to morrow become the atouogrupher In Son ator Hepburn's office. WATCHED WIFE DROWN Womari Meets Death in the Prevo River. HUSBAND OFFERS NO HELP Two Able-Bodied Men Stand Idly By. Citizens Incensed at Total Failure to Give Aid to Woman in Icy Waters. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Provo. Feb. 8. Within sight of her hus band and another man, both strong and able-bodied, In water ' only waist-deep. Mrs. Hyrum Ncrdon, struggling to save herself and crying for' help, was per mitted to drown without an offort being mado to save her. Tho Icy waters of tho Provo river carried tho body down stream about 200 yards, where It lodged against a rock and was found about an hour and a half afterward by Hyrum Hlesclt, S. J. Jones and John Bonnctt. Thc woman, with her husband, was re turning to their homo ln Linden from Hebcr City, where they had been on n vis It to relatives. In thc sled with them was Joseph Jacobs of Hebor, a man about 60 years old. Tho sled was a pair of "bobs," with a wagon box on It. As tho party was passing over tho Carter dugway, in Provo canyon, the sled becamo over-balanced by running into a bank of snow, caused by a small snowslldc. and tipped toward the river. The box slipped from tho bobs and thc woman was thrown into tho river. The two men lodged ngalnat some rocks on tho side of the dugway. The terrified woman cried for help and hor husband called to her to catch hold of the wagon box, but neither he nor Jacobs rnado a move to savo her. They stood by the river for almost an hour be fore notifying any ono of the accident, although It Is claimed that a boy passed them on horseback. Mr Hlesolt, who lives In the vicinity, happened along and was greeted by Nerden with tho remark that ho believed thnt his wJfo had been drowned. Mr. Hlesclt immediately aroused the men working at tho power plant and about fifty responded. A search was mado and In a few minutes the body was found. Tho husband and Jacobs appar ently took no Interest ln tho ecarch, tho former rolling and lighting a cigarette, while the latter went Into n nearby house, as ho said, to warm his feeU After the body was found the two men sat down and ato a hearty supper. Thc searchers were so worked up over the conduct of thc two men that for a time they threatened to throw thorn Into tho river, as neither of them had gotten a bit wet. Bishop Cobblcy of Lin den took charge of thc remains and con voyed thorn homo. Tho deceased was about 27 years old and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har ry Clcgg of Heber. Sho had been marrlod about four years. Some of Nerden's friends endeavored to excuse his strange conduct by saying that he was not very bright mentally and easily got oxcltcd. IDAHO SUPREME COURT, Man Accused of Defrauding by Means of Coyote Ears Gets a New Trial. TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Boise, Ida., Feb. S. The Supremo court has reversed the Judgment of thc District court for Fremont county In the case of R. D. R. Adams, convicted and sentenced to a year ln the peni tentiary on a charge of defrauding the county on coyote cars. Adams collected $237 for ICS pairs of cars. It was afterwards claimed the ears were bogus. Tho Judgment Is re versed on thc ground that tho evidence falls to establish the guilt of the defendant. Airs. Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how she was cured of backache, dizziness, painful and irregular periods by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Ptnkham: Gratitude compols mo to acknowledge tho great merit of vour Vegetable Compound. I have suffered for four years with ir regular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in tho back and lower limbs, and fitful sleep. I dreaded tho time to come which would only mean suffering to mc. Better health is all I wanted, and euro if possible. Lydia E. Pink lui m's Vegetable Compound brought mo health and happiness in a. fow short months. I feci likc anothcr person now. My nehes and pains havo left mo. Life seems new and sweet to mc, and everything seems pleasant and easy. " Six Dottles brought mo health, and wns worth more than months under the doctor's care, which really did not benefit me at all. I am satisfied thero is no medicine so good for sick women ns your Vegutablc Compound, and I ndrocatc- it to mv lady friends in need of medical help." MR9. B. A. ElA-N-ciiARi), -122 Broad St, Nashville, Tenn. $5000 forfeit If orljlnal of abwi lottil'pwiag ftnulaenaa ctiiwt to pr9luQ"i , ITCH! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! Instant Relief for Itching, Burning, and Scaly Humors, Eczemas, Rashes, Irritations, and Chafings, in a warm bath with Coticara Soap and a single anointing with Ctti ctra Ointment, the great Skin Cure. Complete 'Local and Conititutioml Treat ment for every humor may now be had of nil druggists for One Dollar, coniiitlag: of Cuti ccxASoAP.OtMTMKMT.and Pills. A lncleet It often afflcietit to cure the most distressing CX4C8 Iron infancy to ace. when all else fails. And Everything Known in Music at Reducad Pricas Carstensen & Anson Co. Temple of Music 74 MAIN STREET Formerly Daynes Musio Comapny. I Don't Lose a Business Day... BY FRETTING OVER A HEADACHE, WJLH-'N YOTJ CAN LOSE THE la. iDACHB FOR 25! CENTS. SCHRAMM'S HEADACHE TABLETS, IN CONVENIENT FLAT BOXES TO PUT IN THE VEST POCKET, CURE ANY KIND OF A HEADACHE. SCHRAMM'S Where tho Cars Stop. I Three Crown Tea B Has a Pleasing Flavor. Our Trade rark, On Every Package. 9 I'Thrco Crown Means Highest I Quality " gj HEWLETT BROS. CO. j iGood Cloth 3sf Store If you're particular, we can please you. We sell the Alfred Benjamin & Co. pults and over coats, and they will surely please particular people. New spring; ar rivals arc here. It's a little early yet, but time to begin to think about what you are going to wear the coming- season. Drop ln when you have a little time, and allow us to ahow you the most Wonder fully mado clothing in thc world, In point of style nnd lUtlng. Ex clusive patterns, too. Swell as the finest New York- tailor can show you. Prices on Suits Range 515 and up to $30. Spring Overcoats, $12.50 up to $30. Some grent values left In winter suits and overcOatf). GRAY BROS. & CO. 154 Main St. t s Aim I The Merit of Our 1 H ...Goods... I H Is remembered long 1 j after the price is H : forgotten. 1 , I I Reasonable Prices. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j j J ' I May Depend 1 , : H S On the way a prescription is filled. I 1 1 H 1 Every prescription compounded r 'H v here will glvo thc results that tho 1 H ft docto- wants. You may place every H reliance on our prescription work, ( I iH E its accuracy, thc use of the best m r IB p; drugs, our system prevents errors, g j H v mistakes arc Impossible. 1 Yj Telephone your wants. B A 3 Telephone No. 552. jDAYTONl : I I Drag Company I ! . i H H Telephone No. 552. I f , Cor. State and Second South Sts, m , IH m ! Why Hesitate? , , I "We furnish homes complete ' that's all. Everything from j j Carpet Tacks to high-grade j( Pianos. i Terms: $1.00 on 310.00. I ! IH 1 S10.00 on SIOO.OO. I j'r No Interest. 0 jh I I. X. I. Farn. & Carpet 1 ; I Installment lionse I ' H I 48 East Second So. St. I ! P. A-. SORENSEN, Prop. I l New Wilson 1 L I 1 nnd Cold Hunnlnc Water. Sixty 3 tH A Privato Baths. M I l Better than, any Eastern make. "Will , cost you less money. Ask your deal- er for them. Look for our trade j mark. Utah Bedding & M'f'g Co.j Salt Lako City, Utah- ( i u I iH r 1 1 I Ask the Man i ; Anv man who colls wheat ln this ti A j markot will tell you that tho , INTER-MOUNTAIN MILLING CO t V 'H Insist on buying only the very best 1 ,j 'M Ask the Woman : S Who bakes her own bread and has ! M tried many brands of flour, and j ' IH tshc'll tell you thnt lM HUSLEU'S FLOUR MAKES I J1 THE BEST BREAD. I'D' 'H I n ,i i : DR. LANGE'S i , New YorR Dental Parlors j I Rooms 2, 3, i Eaclo Blk.. 71 W. Zr.i So. Teeth Extracted Without P.ln. 1 8H! j! !' I Sfodern Dentistry. Best Work. LoweA i Jirlces. CROWNING AND BRIDGING , t TEETH A SPECIALTY. ft jj (m. RDeskyl ' I !l THE UP-TO-DATE 1 j! M CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER 1