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H ( 1 PAGE TWELVE THE SALT LAKE TPJGBUNE. THURSDAY AIORXIXG, SEPTEMBER 15ll9(j
II ; 1 Quietly Bought Op the
I Kuhn, Loob & Co. Thought j
JK They Held Central, Until
j j It Was Tqo Late.
Road Is to 33o Operated Separately by
H&wley, Although He Will Try
" to Work In With Hock Inland.
II ( j, Full conflrn:atIo'n was obtainable lo
I H ; day of the roport that the Harrlman-
H t ;j Kuhn. Loeb & Co. Interests do not .hold
I jj control of the Chicago and Alton
I 1 I ' ivulroad, hut that the control had
Hi U passed to Edwin JIawley- and interests
I I Jj friendly to the Itbck Island company.
I ! ' It was also learned definitely That,
I J while J. W. Gates holds a considerable
H : jijj amount of Alton stock hlo Interest doen
H not represent ii balance of power. The
I jf , Hawlr-y-r.oclc Island Interests have
I .'Iji enough stork to place them In a position
I. i where they need not consider Gates,
I '''oil! rv,cn though ho may have "butted" In
I I ( )W to M:e transection.
I I 'HiS The purchntw of the Alton chares by
I Jtb the new controlling Interests began n
I i 1 !r long time ago and naturally was done ,
I ( ij quietly so that the Ilarrimnn Interests.
I which have been In control by virtue of I
II .'j, proxies Pince the reorganization of the
- i company, did not realize what was go-
i Kl ins on. When they found that somc-
I 1 thing was taking place they sent out
I , ' their purchase offer of $50 for the com-
I j mon and ?H0 for the preferred stock,
i t the shares to be deposited with Kuhn,
I Loeb & Co., and later to bo turned over
T to an unnamed buyer, which It Is pretty
r il clear, was to bo the Union Pacific com-
I ' j pauy. The time for deposits' of stock
!; : under that offer expires on September
I i ; 2S, but naturally it la now evident the
X'1 deal Is not going through. In the fact
f 'J that the control of the Alton wag
I j bought In the open market by other In-
1 terests at a time when Harrlman
' i j thought It rested safely with him the
I 1 ;J transaction resembles the famous
1 j Louisville & Nashville purchase by
John W. Gates, when he bought the
, jl control of that property away from
August Belmont. That, however, was
;( a speculative market coup, but the Al
ton purchase, it waa definitely stated
. J today, does not represent a speculative
,"i operation. The property will be held
' j and operated by its purchasers.
' j The statement was made In an au-
1 thorltatle quarter today that the Alton
I. Uyrkji 1S in "anas not antagonistic to the Rock
ig! island company, but neither arc- they
antagonistic to any other road. Manl
festly, it Is to the interest of any rall
! road to work In harmony with other
n railroads. It Is understood that there
is little likelihood of the Alton being
turned over to the Rock Island. St.
,'';- Louis Globe-Democrat.
It I HEAVY DAMAGE.
I j. Tonopah Road Had Bad Luck, but Ts
I ;i i Now Rebuilt.
I i i The repairs to the Tonopah railroad
j I are now completed and the track Is In
;; good running order. The damage was
lj far more extensive than was( generally
j ! thought, and It is a matter of surprise
jjji and congratulation that the road has
1 j: been put In order so quickly. Since the
I '. , i lino was opened on TueBday 28G pas-
i 'I sengers have been taken Into Tonopah
and eighty-four have gone out. The in-
l !) solng freight Is very heavy and there
. , , j have been hauled eighty-one cars carry -
. ing ice, perishable goods, horse feed,
1 , lumber, etc. The outgoing freight
i j amounted to forty-four carloads of ore,
r ' the Tonopah Mining- company shipping
ISO tons in bulk and 110 tons sacked;
j the Montana-Tonopah sent out fifty-five
i. ' tons sacked ore and about 200 tons of
I . Goldfield ore from the Combination,
January and Fuller-McDonald, Bowes '
Kernick and ZInn leases on the Jumbo,
j.? From now on the company will be In
position to haul out 200 tons of ore per
1 :(t day
i Burlington's New Connections.
i;j Owing to a popular demand from local
! i P,alr?"3 ,ancl lnc, heavy oaatbound travel.
the Burlington has arranged to hold its
I 4 llycr at Denver until H:isTp. m. night v.
i ii ,Jv.2.and No- 4 of tn o Grando out
J of Salt Lake will both catch this fast
Jl tra,n- 30 one train Is missed the zither
I ;, con be taken and no timo bo lost atDcn-
v ' U vcr'
I,( .'j Thought Ho Was the Whistle.
, ' "3 Billy RIdd tells the stcry. He says that
, a. stJUlon on tho Big Road had a very
j j J fit-oh agent and a dear old lady went up
hi 1 th? Hckit window ono day and asked
how long the train stoppod thore
1.1 'From Lwo-to-two to two-two." replied
I tho freuh accrst.
m "My!" nald the old lady to her charm-
-fj hi-isThrwA;:'8 young ci,ap th,nk
II ,, Railroad Notes.
I t tl !'l J. L. Moore of tho all Lako Routo has
I I '! y cono down the lino on business,
i ' ! u4 . Contractorn and supply men arc flock-
? 11 iTK Western l'nchlo headquarters In
, . rA San Francisco.
H - iU'i l3 ?ta&1 l,ha,t r-aPtcablo pass south
Rr Bcckwlth Ik ImppsBlblo to And and If
, i .! , -p It could be found It would bo adopted
i ' m. . provided the line could bo built on as
l s J i-1 envy a grade as via Beckwllh.
i t J . Returning Knights Tomplara thronged
i-r.i the city yesterday. The railroads wcro
I . . i kept busy handling tho trains.
1 , i llawloy seoms to tho lay reader to bo a
,i; coming man.
U ., ? Last wcc,c y could not find a railroad
' , .j rnan who would admit anything about tho
I .-..'a Western Pacific. Since President Jeffory
;v (i has spoken, however, they aro all saylntr
f ' ; s told you so."
T '!' . TlV whole town seems to be Interested
1 s ln t,lo Western Pacific.
J i ii -A5 no right-of-way maps for tho Moffat
; routo Into Salt Lake have been filed, tho
i M announcement that bids win bo asked for
j, i seems to bo nromature.
'L Tho Utah Construction company Is going
' ', to bid op tho Moffat road and also on
vr the A estern Pacific work. Manager Wat-
. j - tin is a hustler.
"Ki Tho Oregon Short Line Is going to have
i . nn Immense crowd to take to Brlgham
, i this morning,
i dlnlng-car departments of both local
. roads aro show n net results these
HA0 TOO MANY EMPLOYEES.
Philippine World's Fair Commission
Drops Fifty Persons From Staff.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 14. Announcement
was made today at the ofllcc of the
Philippines World's Board that more
than fifty employees of the Govern
ment exhibit, Including several high
officials, had been dismissed for reasons
of economy. Tho highest ln ranWI of
those whose services will be dispensed
with Is E. S. Felder, executive olllcer
at tho Phlllpplno reservation, who was
engaged at a salary of $3000 a year.
Albert C. Newell, chief of exploitation,
salary $4000 a year, and J. F. Comp
ton, chief audftor nnd accountant, have
been notified that their services will not
The reduction In the executive force
of the Philippine exhibit was made by
Auditor A. T. Lawshee of the Philip
pines Board, who recently arrived in
St. Louis. It Is expected that a saving
of S7SO0 a month will result from the
Herbert S. Stone, chief of the de
partment of press and publicity, will
remain and will assume the duties of
executive officer In addition to those
of his present office. In addition to the
officials, fifteen employees of the press
and publicity department and between
fifty and sixty members of the Philip
pines reservation special guards Have
Both Mr. Folder and Mr. Newell as
sert that they have contracts with tho
Philippines Board for one year each
and that they cannot bo summarily
dismissed without cause. They declare
that they Intend to- contest Auditor
OUR MARTYR PRESIDENT.
Third Anniversary of tho Death of
CANTON, O., Sept. H. Today Is tho
third anniversary of tho death of Presi
dent McKinley. Among tho llnral trlb
ute3 laid on the ooakot was a vrrath of
flowers from Secretary of Agriculture
Mr?. MoKluley visited tho tomb nnd
placed fresh flowcro on tho casket. Ucr
condition shows little change, except that
physically she Is stronger. The Improved
physical condition which began with re
covery from the acute attack sustained
In California and Interrupted by tho buf
falo tragedy ha3 continued since recovery
from the first shock and she Is now hot
ter than sho had been for somo years
before tho President's death.
BRIGHAM EXCURSION. '
Via O. S. L. Round trip only 51.25.
Three hundred cases of peaches, In ad
dition to large supply of cantaloupes
and watermelons, will be distributed
free to visitors. Special train leaves
Salt Lake 8 a. m. Special returning.
Continuous dancing Saltair Saturday
HAD TOO MANY WIVES.
Norman B. Roberts Begins Proceed
ings to Secure Divorce From Two.
SPOKANE, Wash , Sept. 14. Norman B.
Roberts has begun proceedings to secure
divorces from two wives. His first wife.
Myrtle May Roberts, whom ho married
at Saginaw, Mich., In 1S05, deserted him
two years later. Roberts states that aft
erwards she told him sho had secured a
divorce and Introduced him to her sec
ond husband, in June, 1S02, Roberts mar
ried again at Missoula, MonL, but wlfo
No. 2, Mrs. E'ida Cecilia Roborts, desert
ed him seven weeks later and Is now In
Juneau, Alaska. Ho has learned that
Mrrs. Roborts No. 1 never secured a dl
vorco from him, and accordingly asks tho
court to releaso him from both wives.
DEMOCRATS GAIN IN MAINE.
Complete Returns Monday's Election
Gives Republicans Plurality 27,130.
PORTLAND, Me.. Sept. 13. Completo
returns of the vote for Governor ln Mon
day's cloctlon show a Republican plurali
ty of 27,1S), ugalnst 33,?S1 in 1000.
Cobb (Republican) tor Governor re
ceived 7S.4G0; Davis (Democrat), 61.3C0.
Tho vote ln 1900 was: Hill (Republican).
73.470; Lord (Democrat), 40.02C.
Tho figures for 1904 show a Republican
gain of 45M over four years ago, and a
Democratic gain of 11,214, or a net Dem
ocratic gain oX (216.
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return , ."T.... 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St, Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
1 Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabaoh lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Office 201 Main St.
M'WADE IS BOUNCED.
Removed by President From Position
of Consul-General at Canton.
OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 14.-Robort
M. McWade. United States Consul-Gen-cral
at Canton, China, today was removed
from office by President Roosevelt.
Charges made against him recently were
Investigated by Assistant Secretary
Pelrcc, who went to tho Orient to mako
an Investigation of several of tho UnltPd
States Consulates in China, and Japan.
Secretary Pclrco In his report to the
President strongly sustains tho charrca
mado against Consul-Gcneral McWade
The order for McWadc's dismissal wont
forward this afternoon.
BOY SLAIN BY MAN.
Brutal Murder of-a Child by Aged
Man in Chicago.
CHICAGO, Sept. 14. To put to flight
a crowd of boys and girls who had been
annoying him, Albert Marek. an aged
Bohemian, leveled a small rifie at them
and pulled the trigger. At the report of
the rifle David Durham. 10 years old, fell
with a bullet wound In his right tem
ple, and he died early today.
The shooting occurred in front of the
home of Marek, who Is 64 years old. Af
terward he had to barricade himself In
his home until the arrival of the police
to escape the wrath of neighbors.
To All Catarrh Sufferers.
Hyomci Guaranteed to Cviro by F. C.
Schramm or Money Refunded.
The popularity and Increase in tin
sales of Hyomel arc unique in the an
nals of medicine. Such astonishing
cures haVc been made by this remark
able remedy that the proprietors have
authorized F C. Schramm to sell every
package of Plyomel under ati absolute
gunrantee that It will cure catarrh TC
It docs not, tho purchaser can have his
money refunded by F. C. Schramm,
Hyomci Is no ordinary remedy. It Is
tho only method of treatment
that sends by direct Inhalation
to the most remote part of
the air passages a balsamic air
that destroys all catarrhal germs In the
breathing organs, enriches and purifies
tho blood with additional ozone, and
mnke3 permanent nnd complete cures
Breathe through the Inhaler for a few
minutes four times a day and your ca
tarrh Ig cured. That's all.
If not cured, F. C. Schramm will re
fund your money.
CURE FOR HAY FEVER.
Hyomel Is a positive euro for the
sneezing, watering of the eyes, exces
sive running at the nose, and intense
burning of lmy fever. It soothes and
heals the Irritated mucous membrane
and gives quick and lasting relief.
rTAPID TRANSIT FOR FREIGHT
Pneumatic Tube Service Proposed Bo
tvoen Chicago "and Milwaukee.
CHICAGO, Sept. 14 A pneumatic
tube eighteen Inches in diameter be
tween Chicago and Milwaukee that will
transport packages and mall between
the two cities In forty minutes at the
rate of more than two miles a minute
and give a lightning express service to
all the towns along the routo Is pro
posed by a concern which has Installed
pneumatic tube systems in some of the
largest Chicago business houses.
The cost of the line Is placed at J5.000.
000. As the distance Is about S1.5 miles,
this Is at the rate of ?G2,500 a mile. Ex
penses of maintenance and operation
will be so small It Is asserted, that the
company can afford to carry freight at
less than the price now charged by any
By the vacuum system used by the
company the air in the tubes Is partly
exhausted In front of the carriers In
stead of being forced at high pressure
back of the carriers, as In other pnue
matlc systems. An arrangement of
pumps, valves and levers 'makes it pos
sible to divide the line into short sec
tions, each operated independently so
that distance, according to the com
pany, practically cuts no figure as re
gards practicability of operation.
Via O. S. L. under auspices Opal club.
Round trip 51.00. Leave Salt Lake 9:30
a. m. Leave Ogden returning, 9:00 p. m.
Go nnd enjoy the trip up Ogden canyon.
Trout and chicken dinner at the Hermitage.
R0MAINE IN THE PEN.
Colorado Officers Will Soon Attempt
to Get Possession of Him.
TOPEKA, Kan.. Sept. 11, The To
peka officers expect that an dffort will
be made this week by the Colorado au
thorities to get possession of Robert
Romaine, who confessed to complicity
In the explosions at Independence and
the Vindicator mine in Colorado. Ro
maine Is at present under sentence to
the State penitentiary for robbery.
When the Colorado officers come after
him an effort will be made to Induce
Gov. Bailey to pardon Romaine, so
that there may be no obstacle In the
way of his return to Colorado.
Best way to cure kidney trouble Is
to strengthen the kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
Salt Lake City.
Fall term begins September 19.
Registration, September 1G and 17.
'Thorough college courses in arts and
sciences; and ln mining, electrical,
civil. and mechanical engineering.
Normal and kindergarten courses.
Full particulars free.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
EARS CHEWED OFF.
Foreign Colony at Portland, Ohio, In
dulge in Free-for-All.
WHEELING, W. Vu Sept. 14 .-In a
riot In tho foreign colony of Portland
station, Ohio, today, one man was beaten
almost to death, while others had their
ears chewed off and no6es smashed. J'ls
' tols, knives and clubs wore used froplv
Nineteen of the- rioters wore arrested.
'American Bankers in Session. I
NEW YORK. Sept. 11. With addresses !
of welcome on behalf of tho city by 1
Mayor McClellan and on behalf of tho
bankers of Greater New York by James
Stillman, president of tho National Citi
bank, tho regular session of tho conven
tion of the American Bankers' associa
tion began at tho Waldorf-Astoria hotel
tcday. "Co-operation" was the watch- ;
word voiced by Mr Stillman ln hla ad
dress. ' '
Positively cured by
P k CTETE? Q lheso Liulc
Wj 1U iLliU They tdso rcliero Dl3- !
(EM irptra. r treS3 Dycjicpsla, In
flflpP'BTY!,& dlgestloa AadTooJTonny
M 1 V r H A Pfcct '
M si) OB a irV edyrorllliztness.Kauseft.
MB IrilLlgO. Drowsiness, Had Tosto
j53JH In tho Mouth, Coated
hHHHQ Tooguo, Pain ln tho side.
1 1 TORPID LIVER. ThO'
regulato tbo Bowels. Puroly Vegetable.
"MALL PILL SMALL DOjMALLE
CARTERS! cure slQK im,s:aACUE
fiTTiE Genuine Must Bear
PILLS1 Fac-Simile Signature
SPECIALS YOU CANT HELP BUYBNG
25c Swaredown Flannels je fmK
; AT A SPECIAL JOB PRICE OF iJ VCBii3
4 We bought a case of these line fleeced flannels In most desirable pat-
! terns, 8 and 10-yard lengths, known among the trade as shorts. Why pay
25c a yard for them when you can get all you need here at this deep cut In
I $1.00 to $1.95 Sateen and Moreen (Cj5&
Many different styles, pleated flounces and rufllcs, black, or black and
We've decided to make these a leader for fall and winter season ln pettl-
coats, all new and exceptionally good styles. One price r f, 0
takes your choice tomorrow VO
Two Great Specials Inviting: Attention to the
: Bgang'grel DRESS GOODS
All-wool crepe albatross, 3S Inches wide In cream,
2. A 6. white, pink, nlle, baby blue, sky blue, nut brown, hello
'. (Si kj a? 4v (trope, rose, cardinal, garnet, navy blue, reseda and
iblack. The correct thing for fall waists and children's
I dresses, made to sell at GOc. You will not be disappointed ln expecting the
best albatross you ever heard of.
All-wool granite cloth, the most reliable of nil dress
V fl 0 goods fabrics for general wear, such as waists, wo
?Hi men's, misses' or children's dresses; in tan, brown, sil-
per and slate gray, royal, Napoleon and navy blue,
reseda and myrtle green, cardinal, garnet and black, full 33 Inches wide,
made to sell at G5c.
C. W. HIGGBMS, M. D.,
Sflcroacoplo and. Analytic Physician. j
CURES Fits, Nervous Weakness. Neu
ralgia, Varicocele, Weak Spine, BIllous
neso. Gravel, Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases, :
Tape Worm. Dyflpopsla, Liver and Kid
ney Complaint, Deafnoes, Catarrh. Ery- '
olpelae. Old Sorts, Scrofula. TMx-rvm,
ritlff Jomts, Piles In their worm. .Lvm.
Thoso afflicted with Epllnpsy or Fits can
bo permanently curod.
3y tho aid of the Mlcroscopo wo can do- '
tect Calcut, Cancorous Matter, Carbonuto 5
of Llroc, Albumen, and all extraneous f
nubstancea mixed with the Urlno or ,
Blood. Thla Is the eolentiflo principle j
of treating Chronlo Diseases. 1
Can b found at hu office, St. Elmo Ho- ;
tel. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Hooma 17 13 1
and IB. 7 to 9 p. no. j
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DIS.-iSS IS
HALF ITS CURE. J
IB PyPil ..y?.BR- 'OW THYSELF.
f WE TREAT AND CURE i
1& CATABBH-DoafncM Noso and Throat T &mSk
-oSS Troubles, Eyo and Kar Dlsoajos. Bronchial vSSavSSVv
tL and Lung Troublos. Asthma. Stomach. LIt-
?,rnnd kldnor Dlioajos. Uladder Troablea. S2SE31l!
W4'(O.I rK ?'Qttlo Complaint, Chronlo Psoases ot 5 kf)Wii
SA& "& ) WomoQ and Children Uearl Disease, Nor- JitWi W
?.rV I?ulluoa' Chorea. (8U Vltun' Danco). ff -f&lfctf
kj Sterility, okots. Spinal Trouble, Bklu 1)1- b &
V ao.isoi, Solatloa and Ubouajatlsrn. DIoacs Jf.
jt$h3 S.r Dl)";l. Piles. Fistula nnd Itcctal ytZSg
A Trouble;. Ooltro (or big csck), Ulood Dl- yfjV
Ji. hfjA tenM05' P Wotn- Uar Forer Llyatorla. CyJJ&JD
WSnJ VW JjPllepir. iniomnla. otc.. and all Nervous. ?Xjfflpr
JwViiJfSSt 1'rlvaw and Chronlo Dlseawa, Ap nfrCv3ffv
Wl&Lllffl . .. . CoiitMiJtntlou Free. teCVffifflfijir
SWCVS j?i',pr1Ia,e.d'f?," ol m-n. to chow our jffiM&jT 1
DnAJsnoiirt goodlB.lh find skill, wo are ahvn,j v.lllng to I
J nn. a, j. SHOHES. ss lor our lea untl a euro ia etlecled. ds. o. w. ihobm.
Lc isrdWEAIi MEN rvAMcocM. 1
thorouch. Not ono or Ahminfi- r,ii
onr patlonts ha. cv..r UeatraV that -
! btin'co'haracd3"0! i50 ca,,J "kness" In men -merely comp.eio.,. Inr,!
ourod and t?o ?Srn ? h8njPIom ' ohroulo Inflammation In pato our method. It
le time than tho or" Pr0?1tat0 brouRht on by early l, only thoroughly 8
ZarT form) of trm dlaalpatlon or by tho Improper treat- " ontlilo treatment tor
mont roaulTol S.ont,.r fc0mo '-O"'"0'00 lsc. A this dlsee being
moniroquirc, OOinplolo and radical ouro U. thereforo Ployed.
i a, question of rontorlni; tho prostate
eland to ltd Dorronl tote. ond this no ZH
Specific BlOOd PolSOa. complIh prompt? and wmpletol Sncrmntn,
. , without tho uoo or Internal romodlev. fPcr"ia torrhoett, R
No danRcrons minerals Our trealmont la a local ono outlrolr 1tfon.0.,ho;a, Syphl- H
J to drlT,. tho .virus to It iz crtflnul and fcolcntlric, and Iblk ?turo. Piles, fl !
!tho Interior, bat harm- been pr?von absolutely effiwllro iTr Tost :MunbooU, Tlx- H
lets, blood-cleanslnic thouands or tests. Wo are conTlncmt ''rceJc, S m 1 n a 1 E
rmciles. that roinovo that by no other mothods can lull l,S , cukncim, etc, aro H
tho lMt poisonous permanent restoration of btruaaii-. InX n,KO among the dl- M
waL vltfor bo accompllihoa. i,as3 wo oo.ro to N
j i f ituy cured. U
HOME CURES BY IWfl.
Wo nuke a specialty or curlnir patlonta by malL Wo nnvn nnri iiT. - I
noTCT tap u personally ir you aro afflicted and cannot call wrUo m wlw haT0 fl
torn blanks and o nil! fladly adrlso you rcHardlnK your caso.'rTco It "chow " tTm I
Offla. Hour, : 9 B. m. to fl p.m. , ETenlngs, 7 to 8 Sunday, and Holidays, 10 a. m. to U. !
( DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, m aftaag
'DOCTOR COOK cureof dthS
Prostatic Troubles b, Mcrvous Debility
permanently cured, no mat- iirafl , , , 3
ter how Ions tandlnC the fK? 1 STTV. nd rtulIJ ba
dlaonao. ln frota C to 20 day." Wl motja rnetnod OTm
Stricture J25 1 " mo I
cured ln 35 days, without fiT H Var,cocee
cuttlnsr. pain, ani&i or do- 5 j A ' Completely and permaoent-
tentlon from business. Vi. aM) cu by my now pro- J
wdsung weaKnesj I tomo poor, drsappaar bom-
Time of ouru. 10 to W yA etoprp&. P'etely and forever; It Is '
days, by ray original, very 3L ji fliW. i e PQm,s-'' and bloodless !
oliaple remedy (used eaclu- ffmv. J LiuHS . abaoluto euro guaxan!
slvely by me). g KSffgTBPVi tce1 i
Private. Oiseases ffPj Blood Poison
cuied ln 8 to 10 days, with- " SiXfOT f!. catlco 0f poison
out the uao of polaonouo yjstt' If,moV,d om system with- 3
druca. ' out old of mercury or pot-
ConBUltatlon la freo and Invited, an d In consulting
nothlnK that science can devlue or skill perfect hai wiS0 i7?." mny b m that
you a speedy, snfo, and permanent cure, oecn ,crt undone to afford
WRITE mo ln full confidence, CJcplaJninff vour ,M
you. and receive by return mall my bo noat and cindJd oninlP1 appear to J
cook MEQieaL ee., HaCrlVu
I-Book nrrlTcd today. Our offlcf.-s over thero are ope '
ness. Wo nlso publish Eating Books for Salt I,ako City p f f
Ogden City and Boise City. ' ailc I
Collections nre made free for annual members of th 'I
1 1 IFYOU WANTCASH Jfev $
FOR VOUR Is 1
BAD DEBTS ' .
WE m GET IT! : );l
No matter how larjro thoy aro or ln J ' t-
i what town. city. State or Territory. i
It we did not know wo could collect I
p your bills, wo ccrlnlnly would not bo JUgES L
, fc pavlns out money to advertise.
1 wo advertise becauao wo want your
claims for collection. Our ability to mako &&?ffi&,f& 1 1
collections whero all others have failed, itA'tjliyy S MwL
has onablcd ua to build up tho largost col- iifJ'-v
lection business In tho world. BiiViy id -
This ad. Is sure to brine many claims to SZJtmirTy JjivE
our offices for collection, and wo aro Just "i&3s fk If
as sure to collect, .these claims and mako ' -pt ewff If
money In commissions thereon. y I?
Decs anybody owe you? Do you.-ant the money? it it
or call on ua. 1 So W
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SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS. f
j REPORTERS of HOW people pay their bills. ,
, J Established 11 1-2 years. Representatives everywhere fin ' liif
I floor Commercial block, Salt Lako City. '
FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gen'l Mgr. 1
; "SOME PEOPLE DOWT LIKE Us." V
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: I $lt LM Brewing pif!
il Hew Brand of Br i
I Being of a superior quality, is rapidly ?!
l Iwkk place f Eastern importations. At d-
' L'TrHl'i) same price s.s our other brands. Try it 1 R T
i LAGERKER mntz 6eneral m
K rJW KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO., " j
i ?OES 1 Evident Retail Agntt "
iLSmtrf Telephone 231.
W 3VTaybo You Doubt It ffl
H Just ask Thomas Mar- Qj
In nane, the food man at 125 3m
h Ent Second South streot HI
vM knows. We've col- IH
YM loctod some bad ones for Cw
SB him recently. AM
Ml IC you have any out- tM
H standing accounts, send AH
H t,hm hcrc- It makes no 91
m clIfTerenco whether . they'ro ftffl
K3 1" Kalamazoo or Sanpete,
H0 "Wo'll sot the raonov." S
I JOHN J. WALLACE CO.,
M )J,S!Hcr BIde- SALT LAKE ?S3
H. I"l Phono 1069. Reference.
Walker Bros.' Bank JW
5ALT LAKE 1
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS ND RETAILERS
Kodaks, Supplies, Eahins
I and Developing.
3rd So. and Main St. j
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!f SETTER. I
spSlainiewoitU,rc, ev'0-thlnB ln B
JQSO. MAIN ST, I
IF IT'S I
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BWe can make a watch l; "S
time. '' 'p
If it isn't in it, it li ri'
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1 our kind and we did not k!
i Our watches are piim-'"fRea
'I Most eve trouble miff' ua
I by wearlnc tho right g'"-51 .
Jno. Daynes & Son; Jrft
Hish up on Main slrert '0
down ln price. -rPT IftJr
2G MAIN STREET. r,
S YOUR CHILDREN., g
I Should have their ; W gg :
foro the school term bfP
1 la Important that trie , ji j,,
I eyes should be $- , lf iH.
3 your eyes free of charge x ,
Q don't need glosses w 's J.a)
1 Wo make our own J&fctiSf" lfl
1 fit your eyes corrcctlj. ;
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I RUSHMER i
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