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I jj I 2 The Salt IAEJs Texbihste: Tuesday Morxdstg, Mjikch 22, 1904. H
iST. LOUIS EXPOSITION
AND LABOR UNIONS
movement on Foot to Hake Exposi
tion Non-Union, nnd Follow It
With General Fight.
; j NEW YORK. March 21. To make the
St. Louis exposition a strictly non-union
affair and after It Is over to throw the
page of battle down to the unions In
, that city Itself Is the declared purpose
' of a concern that has contracted to fur
nlsh employment at the exposition to
i more than 1Q00 persons from this city.
- : The Intention of the company was
' ' ' ' disclosed today when J. N. McGregor,
the manager, was summoned before
i Gaetano Damato, who Is In charge of
I Mayor McClcllan's bureau of licenses.
. ' I Mr, Damato had received more than
5 ' a thousand complaints against the con-
, - ' cern from persons who had paid 51
? J each for position which they had been
v j i promised on April 25th, and who be-
j came suspicious and demanded that
their money be returned,
gfr j J The demands were not compiled with,
j , the concern maintaining that it will
3 llnd employment for thousands from
M ' which It admits having received money,
'W and at Mr. Damato's request, Man-
J ager McGregor gave a bond for $1000.
,1 ST. LOUIS. March 21. When shown a
I ! dispatch from New York today to the
1 , effect that a concern managed by J. D.
x McGregor, proposed to furnish a large
i number of non-union persons to fill em
1 ployment contracts with the World's
1 Fair, Walter B. Stevens, secretary of
I the exposition company, said:
B J "The exposition company has no
H knowledge of McGregor and his plans.
Mm, There Is no agreement between conccs-
C slonalres and the World's Fair as to
Hrj ' the employment of labor, union or
Ski A. W, COLGATE of Morrlstown. Mass..
HE a wealthy soap manufacturer, nged Co
years, dropped dead at Pasadena. Cal.,
'I , from heart failure. His body will be taken
9 : Boat for burial,
I ' Former Mayor William R. Grace of New
1 York la dead of pneumonia at his residence
1 m that city. Ho was in his 72nd year.
M DR. WILLIAM O. OSGOOD, a proml-
ra nent physician of Chicago, Is dead as a rc-
tg suit of Brlght's disease. During the Civil
C war Dr. Osgood was Licutonant-Colonol of
jj the Seventh Kansas cavalry.
y- ADAM GRANT, president of tho Dono-
6 hoe-Kelly Banking company, member of
1 the firm of Murphy, Grant fc Co., and one
of tho best-known business men of San
v Francisco, Is dead at hl3 homo in that cltv.
m aged 16 years. He leaves a widow and one
j son. Joseph D, Grant. He had been ill for
1 ! several weeks.
I hi I CATTLE GROWERS OF
f I TEXAS WIN CAUSE
&ff WASHINGTON, March 1. The In
terstate Commerce Commission today
?u announced Its decision In the case of
1,1 the Cattle Raisers' association of Tex-
E! as, complainant, and the Chicago Llve-
S Stock exchange, intervener, against the
l;-s Chicago, Burlington ; Qulncy and oth-
M er railroad companies entering the city
LJ of Chicago.
The commission holds that the statute
m of limitation does not apply to the suit
3 of the members of the association for
M damages and defines the procedure to
w be followed in procuring reparation
m through the commission.
I STUDENTS OBSERVE RESI
DENT ELIOT'S BIRTHDAY
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., March 21. Grad
uates and undergraduates of Harvard
university united today In observing tho.
seventieth anniversary of President
Charles W. Eliot's birth, which also
marked the completion of thirty-flvc vears
at tho head of tho university.
At a mass-meeting of students this aft
ernoon President Eliot was presented
with an engrossed address signed by near
ly ten thousand Harvard men At tho
fame time he was Informed that the stu
dents had subscribed 550-30 for a portrait
of himself and Mrs. Eliot to be hung in
the Union. The address boro the signa
tures of many distinguished men, Includ
ing President Roosevelt, Chief Justice
Melville W. Fuller and Secretary of State
John Hay. It was In two volumes and
handsomely bound in leather.
II NEW TREATY REGULATING
kj CHINESE IMMIGRATION
I WASHINGTON. March 21. A new
? treaty regulating tho admission of Chi- ,
j nese Into the United Slates is in prcpara-
r t!on. Tho treaty which was made by Sec-
! retary Grcsham and Minister Wu In 1SS9
j will expiro next December by limitation,
i Because the administration of the Chl-
nese exclusion Is now confined to the
i Department of Commerce and Labor, It
' has been necessary for Secrotary Hay to
call upon Secretary Cortelyou to assist
In the formation of tho new trcatv.
While much rcticcnco Is observed at
J present as to the lines upon which tho
i new convention Is bp'ng formed, there
I Is reason to believe that It will bo more
, liberal In treatment of Chinese who de-
I filre to enter the United States, when they
I are not actually of tho coollo claes, than
: tho existing treaty.
Ij RUSSIA CORRECTS ERROR
REGARDING KOREA'S POSITION
ST. PETERSBURG, March 21. The
foreign office gives an absolute denial
to the statement telegraphed from here
i that Korea Is regarded as belligerent.
Russia, as previously Btated, hold3 all
: the acts of Korea since the declaration
of her neutrality as being under Jap-
I anese duress, and unless the Korean
. Government formally notifies the pow-
I ers that she has joined with Japan and
takes up arms Russia will consider her
J neutral. But any Korean troops which
( actually impede Russian movements or
Join the enemy will be considered ln-
dividual belligerents without reference
I to their nationality.
Hfj OREGON EXPRESS CRASHES
INTO WRECK, KILLING ONE
fl$U REDDING. Cal., March 21. The Oregon
amm express, which should have stayed at
(8a H Sisson, ran on south from there last night
Warn anu collided with a wrecked freight train
VjfUB nt Cantarn, a small station between Sis
sjji son and Dunsmuir, seriously injuring two
sill mei) -ho wrecking crew, one of whom
WM may die. Two men of tho wrecker crew
,91 wore working under the derailed car at
mm, the time. One of them, Jack Gunskl, had
9m one leg cut off and the other broken, and
uas otherwise Injured. He may die.
WM George Hudson had his Jaw broken and
Ut received minor bruises.
MM The pasKf ngc-r train was not Injured by
MM the collMoii. ar.d will be ab!o to get
MM through, as tho wreckage In front of it,
iTB partially of lt3 own making, la cleared. .
ON ORES IN UTAH
Government Prepares Bulletins of
Valuo to Miners and Prospectors
for Free Distribution.
BY A. F. PHILIPS.
National Hotel, ' L
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 21. j
PARK CITY ores, and Iron and gyp
sum in Utah will be described by
J. M. Boutwell In a publication to
be issued by the United States
geological survey some time during
April. Salt and slato in Utah will also
bo treated In a paper by E. C. Eckels
In the same publication, which will be a
book of 400 pages and will be known as
Bulletin No. 225. It Is entitled "Con
tributions to Economic Geology, 1003,"
and is the second publication of Its kind
by the survey. It has been prepared
under the supervision of C. W. Hayes
and S. F. Emmons, and tho contributors
include about thirty of the survey's
best known geologists.
In addition to the articles mentioned
above there will be fifty others, which
will indicate the work of the depart
ment men during 1903 in various wide
ly scattered fields of economic in
quiry. The bulletin will be published
for gratuitous distribution.
VALUABLE ' J addition to the
rpQ article on cold and
TVTTTJVTfsi sliver in Utah by
MINi-RS. Boutwell, there
were lectures on same subject by A. H.
Brooks on tho placer gold of Alaska,
F. H. Mofllt, the pincers of Seward
Peninsula; L. M. Prlndle, the Fairbanks
placer-dlstrlet of Alaska; A. C. Spencer
writes on gold near Juneau. Alaska; C.
W. Wright on the Porcupine district.
Alaska; G. O. Smith on gold In Malr.o
and Vermont; J. E. Spurr on the Tono
pah and Sliver Pcnk districts of Ne
vada, and H. F. Bain on Wichita, Okla
A. J. Collier's article on Alaska tin Is
the only contribution concerning that
Copper is represented by W. H.
Weed's paper on New Jersey copper, J.
S. Watson's article on Vermont copper,
and J. S. Dlller's discussion of the geo
logy and resources of the Redding
Lead and zinc deposits In Illinois
are described by H. F. Bain, and zinc
In East Tennessee by Arthur Keith.
Iron is represented by two contribu
tions from C K. Lelth, one on Utah
Iron ores' and one on the Iron ores of the
Lake Superior district, and by an article
from J. M. Boutwell on the Iron ors
of the Uinta mountains of Utah.
Numerous papers on coal are Includ
ed In the bulletin. M. R. Campbell
writes on Arizona and West Virginia
coals. George H. Ashley contributes a
paper on Cumberland Gap coals, C. A.
Fisher writes on coal of tho Big Horn
basin of northwestern Wyoming, J. E.
Spurr on Nevada coal, E. F. Burchard
on lignite In Dakota county, Neb., and
J. S Burrows on Pennsylvania coal. R.
W. Stone discusses the Elder Ridge coal
field of Pennsylvania.
Four papers on oil and gas fields are
Included In the bulletin, namely, Ala
ska oil, by G. C. Martin; the oil fields
of Boulder, Colo., by N. M. Fenncman:
the Hymer gas pool of Clinton county,
Penn., by M. L. Fuller, and oil and iis
In Green county, Pennsylvania, by R.
Stone is represented by E. C. Eckel's
paper on slate In Utah and California,
G. W. Stose's article on limestone In
Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and
T. NI Dale's contribution on the slates
Cement in Virginia Is discussed by
Charles Catlett, cement in Pennsylva
nlr. by E. C. Eckel, and cement in Ala
ska by E. A. Smith.
Sulphur receives 'the attention of
three contributors: G. I. Adams de
scribes the Rabbit Hole sulphur mine
in, Nevada, J. E. Spurr writes about sul
phur and alum in Nevada, and G. B.
Richardson has an article on sulphur,
salt and petroleum in Texas.
Miscellaneous features of the bulletin
are H. F. Bain's description of the
fluorspar of southern Illinois, J. E.
Kemp's discussion on the graphite de
posits of New Y'ork, and G. W. Stose's
article on the barlte of Pennsylvania.
FROM UTAH TnIs army order
rrjO nas been issued:
rrFrvpii-TA Flrst LIcut. George
GEORLrlA. h. R. Gosman, as
sistant, surgeon, Is relieved from duty
at Fort Duchesne, Utah, and will pro
ceed to Camp George H. Thomas,
Georgia, and report in person to the
commanding- officer of the latter post
for duty and by letter to the command
ing General, Department of the Gulf.
f ASKED FOR Senate bill No. 4587,
TOO MUCH Introduced by Sen
t4tti ntor Hcyburn,
LA-NU. which was intend
ed to provide a city park for the town
of Coeur d'Alenc, was reported adverse
ly by the Committee on Public Lands.
The amount of land asked for was con
sidered excessive, nnd there is . some
misapprehension as to the practice of
the Government heretofore existing.
Senator Heyburn. will continue his
exertlonB to secure a proper donation
for park purposes. This will Include
ample provision for an addition to tho
m m m
IRRIGATION Nevada wil soon
22$ have one of the
"NnrTTA TA largest and most
IVAUA. comprehensive irri
gation systems in the world. L. H.
Taylor, district engineer for the United
States reclamation service for Nevada,
has recently been In Washington and
reports the satisfactory progress of tho
Truckee-Carson reclamation project, of
which he has" immediate charge.
This project contemplates the utiliza
tion of the waters of the Truckee and
Carson rivers for the irrigation of
about 375,000 acres of sagebrush desert
In western Nevada. These lands will
furnish homesteads of about eighty
acres each for about 4500 families. It
Is expected that, with tho adition pf the
towns and villages that will naturally
spring up in the district, the population
of tho State will be increased in the
next few years by at least 60,000 peo
ple. Active construction la now in pro
gress on a main canal about thirty-one
miles long, which is to divert the wa
ters of the Truckee river to a large
storage reservoir on tho lower Careon
river. There the waters of the two
streams will bo mingled nnd Impound
ed, and thenco led out upon the plains
In the vicinity of the Carson and Hum
BEET SUGAR According- to nd
IN vices from Thorn-
p-nA-wn-p walh Haynes, U. S.
itAJJOi. consul at Rouen,
France, received by the bureau of com
merce and labor, sugar sells for less In
much sickness and pain, says
Aliss Alma Pratt, if they will
only have faith in the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Judging- from tho letters she Is
receiving- from so many young- girls,
Mrs, Pinkham believes that our girla
arc often pushed altogether too near
tho limit of their enduranco now
adays in our public schools and semin
aries. Nothing is allowed to interfere with
studies, tho girl must bo pushed to tho
front and graduated with honor ; often
physical collapse follows, and it takes
years to recover tho lost vitality,
often it is never recovered. Miss Pratt
"Dear Mns. PnnniAii: I feel it
my duty to tell all young- women how
much Lydla E. Iiiikham's won
dorful Vegetable Compound has
dono for me. I was completely run
down, unable to attend school, and did
not caro for any kind of society, but
now I fecrtiko a new person, and have
gainod seven pounds of flesh in three
" I recommend, it to all young
women who suffer from female weak
ness." Misa Azma. Pratt, Holly,
Mich. $5000 forfeit If ordinal ofabjea (ttter
proolng gcjtuintnesa cannot be productiL
France than the cost of the cultivation
of the beet root. As a result of the
Brussels conference, as far as France
is concerned, the situation Is growing
gradually worse. Tho report that Ger
many and Austria have not diminished
the acreage planted In beet root seri
ously affects tho market. Cultivators
are offered the ridiculous price of $3.28
and $3.47 a ton for beet roots less even
than that for potatoes. The high prlco
of alcohol also has its effect. Many
French journals assert that the only
course to savo the situation Is for
France, Austria and Germany to re
duce their production 50 per cent. It
seems (he opposite course, however,
which the two latter countries are pursuing-,
New uses for sugar are also be
ing: sought for, such as its employment
for browing, feed for animals, etc. In
France the acreage for the coming har
vest will be greatly reduced. Many
factories as many as" thirty, it is said
will bo closed next harvest.
RELATIVE -A- bill has passed
TO MINTNG ne Senate and Is
rT a Tvre; nw pending before
U-Luaaittb. 4he House commit
tee on Mines and Mining to amend sec
tion 2326 of tho Revised Statutes of the
United States relative -to mining claims.
It provides that all suits brought pur
suant to the provisions of the section
cited In support of an adverse claim
filed In any United States land ofTlce
against an application for patent for a
mining claim shall bo deemed actions at
law, to be tried as other actions at law
are tried in the courts having jurisdic
tion of the subject matter of the suit.
It also repeals all acts inconsistent
with the proposed law.
BRIEFS BY WIRE.
MILWAUKEE, March 21. Mayor David
S. Rose was renominated by the Democrats
for Mayor. Guy D. Goft Is the Republican
WASHINGTON. March 21.-Thc Senate
Commltteo on Commorco today heard a
delegation from Missouri and Kansas urg
ing an appropriation of Sl.KO.OOO to prevent
damage from floods of tho Kansas river.
WASHINGTON, March 21. Secrotary
Taft was heard by tho Houso Commltteo
on Merchant Marino and Fisheries today
on pending bills affcctlne commcrco be
tween the Philippine Islands and tho
MONTREAL, Quebec. Can.. March 21.
French residents of Canada who are sub
ject to military duty In Franco have re
ceived orders to return to Franco at once
for garrison duty.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., March 21.
Formor Lleut-Gov. John A. Lee, chief wit
ness In the second trial of Slato Senator
Frank Harris, charged with having ac
cepted a brlge, is dangerously ill at St.
CUMBERLAND, Md.. March 21. Receiv
ers wcro today anointed for tho Miners nnd
Merchants' Savings bank of Lanaconlng,
which has ?3CO,C00 on deposit.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21. Tho
United States noval hospital ship Solace
arrived today from Manila.
VICTORIA. B. a, March 21. Wrcckago
has been found by Indians off tho entrance
to Uclullct Arm, on tho west coast of Van
couver Islands, which Is believed to tell
the story of the loss of tho British ship La
Morna from Clallam bay, February 20th,
with a cargo of wheat for Europe.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21. The trial
of Aloxandor Garnctt, for tho murder of
MaJ. McClung has been continued until
April 5th. Gamctt's mental condition will
be Inquired into.
NEW YORK, March 21, Several officials
of tho garrison, under tho Btraln caused by
tho bombardment of Port Arthur, havo
VANCOUVER. B. C, March 21. In the
new mllltla bill Introduced by tho Govern
ment, but not yot passed by the Houso,
there Is a clause exempting from military
service persons who from the doctrines of
their religion are averse to bearing arms or
performing personal military duties.
VANCOUVER, B. C. March 21.-John
Splttal, a hunter, was found dead last
night In his cabin on Lulu Island, ten miles
from Vancouver. He had a bullet hole in
the back of his head. ,
LONDON, March 2L The falluro of
Louis Hyams. a small but well-known
broker, Is announced today on tho stock
HOLYHEAD, Walen, March 2L Tho
British Btcamcrs Morion and Clan Grant
put Into tho harbor today, after having
been In collision off this place during a
dense fog. Both ships were Injured.
, PORTLAND, Or , March 21. The Pacific
Coast Independent Theatrical Managers'
association, which Is ullicd with the Inde-
?m Announcement. I
YE ARE pleased to announce to our friends and customers ' "'v H
that we have completed arrangements with the Barrios H
Diamond Company for the exclusive sale of their goods v . H
in this City Barrios Diamonds are positively the finest imitation n i H
diamonds on earth. They have steadily grown in popularity since - H
their first introduction into America seven years ago V - H
They are not a fad; they have stood the test of v actual wear H
These stones are warranted to retain their brilliancy forever, . H
. This will be the most magnificent display of semi-precious stones ,. H
ever shown in this city. The designs are exact copies of the latest - H
' popular New York and Parisian fancies costing originally hundreds j H
of dollars The goods we will show are finished with the same ex- H
quisite care that characterizes the most . expensive jewelry from ex- -r jf H
? v elusive manufacturers ; x H
Barrios Diamonds are worn and admired by the most fashion- ' t I
v able people the world over and to meet the demand the Barrios Dia- , H
mond Company has stores in all the principal cities of America the H
capitals of Europe and South America The sale of these famous H
stones amounts to over three million dollars annually - H
We cordially invite our patrons to call and see our magnificent H
window display and examine these popular goods. H
pendent Theatrical Managers' exchango of
New York, the rival of tho so-called the
atrical trust," has broken ground in una
city for the construction of a theater v.in
a seating capacity of 2000, to bo called the
KANSAS CITY, March 21. Missouri Re
publicans will meet hero tomorrow In Stato
convention to name four dclegatcs-at-largo,
with alternates, to tho national con
vention. WASHINGTON, March 21. A cablegram '
was received today from Rcar-Adm ral
Cooper at Hongkong, saying that ho has
assumed command of tho Asiatic station.
WASHINGTON. March 21.-In an opin
ion by Justice Holmts tho United States
Supreme court today uphold tho local op
tion law of the State of Texas.
ST LOUIS. March 21. Prof. Edward
Grumwald, Counsellor of Commerce, ca
bled to tho World's fair officials from St.
Petersburg today, asking that the space
originally assigned to Russia In tho lino
arts, manufactures and liberal arts de
partments bo reserved. Ho stated that ex
hibits wcro bolng arranged for this depart
ment under tho direction of Gen. Krupskl.
Prince Trubetzkov and himself.
WASHINGTON, March 21. Rcar-Ad-mlral
Jewell today was ordored to the
command of tho Caribbean squadron of.
the North Atlantic fleet, to rcllove Rear
FARGO, N. D March 21. Tho dato of
the State Ropubllcan nominating conven
tion at Grand Forks has been changed
from July 27th to July 20th.
SEATTLE, Wash., March 2LR. A.
Balllnger, Mayor, and nlno City Council
men woro Inducted Into, office today. Tho
Council organized by electing II. C. Gill
President. Mayor Balllnger reappointed
Fire Chief Cook, Harbor . Master Jensen
and Fire Marshal Kellogg.
LAWRENCE, Mass., March 21. Two
thousand operatives employed In the Ar
lington cotton mills In this city wcro
notified today that a reduction varying
from G to 10 per cent In wages would go
Into effect on March 2Sth.
ST. LOUIS. March 21. When tho trial
of United States Senator Burton of Kan
sas accused of having accepted money
to prevent tho luauanco of a fraud order
ncalnst the Rlalto Grain and Securities
company. Is called In the United States
CONSPICUOUS IN" A BALLROOLL.
Flakes of Dandruff on the Collar and.
Shouldors of a Gentleman in
This Is the thing you quite frequently
eee in tho ballroom a man's black dress
coat literally covered with dandruff.
It must be annoying to the wearer, and
certainly not a pleasant thing to observe.
But dandruff can bo eradicated, It la a
germ dlseaso that will somo day cause
Newbro's Herplclde kills tho halr-de-atroylng
ccrm, and stimulates the hair to
a rich, abundjuit rrowth; It doe3 more
keeps xhe hair soft and pliant.
Furthermore, Herplclde Is a most plefea
ant toilet accessory; of pleaslnff odor, and
cooling to tho scalp
Sold by leading drugKlsts. Send 10c In
stamps for oamplo to Tha Herplclde Co
DotrolU Mich. h
District court tomorrow, tho defenso will
ask for a continuance. Certain Important
witnesses, among them Postmaster-General
Payne, who Is ill, cannot bo present.
WASHINGTON. March 21. Tho Su
premo court of tho United States today
adjourned for two weeks for tho usual
WASHINGTON, March 21. Tho resig
nation of former Gov. W. B. Stanley of
Kansas as a member of tho Dawes Indian
commission has boon accepted by tho
President, to take effect April 1st
EDINBURGH. March 21. The freedom
of the city of Edinburgh was conferred
by Lord Provost Cranston on United
States Embassador Choate today In tho
council chamber, which was tilled by a
NEWARK, O., March 21. Tho telegra
phers of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad
have voted, five to one, to stand by their
demand for an lncreaso In wages.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., March 21.
Walter Kyle, a bartender, shot and killed
John B. Walkcnwitz, better known as
"Brown Wetzel," a frambler, and seri
ously wounded John Bccchlcr, proprietor
of tho gambling houso at which UCylo
worked, tonight Kylo is in JaiL
PARIS, March 21. Baron do Rosen, for
mer Russian Minister to Japan, who ar
rived today at Marseilles, refused to be
PARIS, March 21. In tho Chamber of
Deputies today tho Government again
met with a slight rovorse. After the adop
tion of the clauso of tho religious educa
tion bill providing for tho extlnotlon of
tho teaching congregations by tho sup
pression of novitiates, Georges Lcygues,
Radical Republican, moved an amend
ment excoptlng from tho operation of the
clauso such novitiates as wore Intended
to provide teaching staffs for schools
abroud. either In tho French colonies or
tho French protectorates, which was
adopted by a voto of 2S2 to 272.
WASHINGTON, March 21.-Secrctary
Taft has decided to allow tho cable ship
Burnsldo to remain In tho Philippines un
til April 10th. In order to have tho ship
repair threo military cables, and also to
lay a cablo from the town of Legaspl,
Albay province, to Catonduancs, an Im
portant hemp Island thirty miles cast of
Luzon. Tho Burnsldo will then rotum to
Seattle to lay 00 miles of cablo between
Seattle and towns in Alaska.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 21. Grand
Duko Michael, tho heir presumptive is
suffering from a sovero cold, contracted
Inst week at Gathlnan while Hlelghlng
with his sister, Grand Duchess Olga.
We are prepared to Invest your funds
so that they will bring you the largest
returns -compatible -with safety. You
hold the security. We do the work.
McCurrln & Cc. 134 Main at.
It will pay you to attend Vogeler's
rose sale on Tuesday.
Round trip only 60 cents, via Oregon
Short Line. Special leaves Salt Lake
7 p, m., returning 11:30 p. m.
IN DIETRICH CASE
WASHINGTON, March 21. The se
lect committee of the Senate appointed
to investigate charges against Senator
Dietrich concluded taking of testimony
today by examining' Senator Rohrer of
The witness was naked whether he
had ever had a conversation with
William M. Dutton relative to the ap
pointment of Hamman as deputy post
master, In which conversation the ques
tion of paying 5500 for Hamman'a ap
pointment, came up.
The witness said that he never had
had such a conversation, The witness
This completed tho taking of testi
mony and the committee went Into
executive session for the purpose of de
termining how the evidence should be
considered and if certain testimony
should be eliminated. It was decided
that nothing final should be done until
after the return of Senator Pettus
from Alabama, where ho goes to at
tend the funeral of the lato Representa
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is
on each box. 25c.
Don't forget Vogeler's rose sale on
The annual rose sale will take place
at vogeler's seed store March 22nd.
Choice nursery-grown, hardy two-year-old
roses, perpetual bloomers; regular
price 75c to $1.00, sale prlco 2-ic each.
.Red, white and yellow climbing roses,
regular price $1.00 to $1.25, sale prlco 34c
each. Vogeler's Seed Store.
It will pay you to attend Vogeler's
rose sale on Tuesday.
THE NEW CITY DIRECTORY.
Polk's Salt Lake City Directory for
1904 is now in press. All parties who
have recently made any change in their
business1 or residence location and all
newcomers are requested to call at tho
Directory ofUco or notify us in writing
immediately. No further calls- will be
made by our canvassers and no changes
will be taken over the 'phone.
W. P. COOPER.
Sec'y & Mgr.. 617-619 Dooly Blfg,
Don't forget Vogeler's rose sat on
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules H
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to strengthen the kldnoyst help them
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