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Wjke News on Polygamy
! Pharisees too plain the falsity "Mormon" )Uar3 offer 3 marriage r sanction i taken up. n different including ecged th6 , this city Irable, but ?t ridicule y "Wllkes lat he has region and ityle. ads by his answered, in a false is that he a single the mani makes his Dut a bank Lo the last to have a , but that ig for his !, and the if it was mpanylng. cn applied any yords f that the lural raar : Mr. Peel marriages ailtted the 5d is that 3olotnnized church or jnt. That . what the cd. and If lions con s approval Uefamers V. S. Pcet pis NOW f Premier Stolypin, fkilled, Still Sur Her Wounds. IS MESSAGE 8SING CONDOLENCE L I lutionisfs Declare jsian Government . filter Its Policy. SBURG, Aug. 26. The remler Stolypin, who was gbomb explosion in the imor homo Saturday and neously reported to have livc and passed a quiet. effects of an opiate, son, who also was hurt, is I" iscnt by Emperor Nicho Iypiu after the explosion dVords to express my in SjojiB with all my heart tjof Tour son and daughter restored and likewise that wreoas injured." Empress this morning fas to the condition of the Iron. reons injured by the cxplo &E the night, bringing the il.dead up to thirty, committee of tho Social ;haB drawn up a proclama dares that unless tho Gov- "Wlth alters its policy such Kempt on the life of Prc ylll be pursued to the ut wernment representatives ihy hundreds. fees received here from ya effect that a plot on the rVorontzoff-Dashkoff, Vlce icasus, has been discovered rearrests have been made, fal, officers. M-award a l'oort Product pitlie favor of tho ITouec-E-at MOUNT'S Kotclmp mthbusanilH of Koines. endeavor to mislead the public by mis quoting both, and then drawing conclus ions entirely unwarranted by the facts. Denying their occurrence, and disputing that they have been solemnized or au thorized by the church, are two very different propositions. Mr. Peet offers a Blmilar reward for every caee of church dictation in politics. This, too, has never been applied for. The political tricksters and detainers of the church clamor continually about the church dominating the political action of its members, and talk glibly about the slavery of the "Mormon" masses, but they never bring forward an Indi vidual who has been required or com pelled to vote against his owe wishes, or who has been told how to use the electlVB franchise except with perfect liberty of choice either of men or meas ures, The failure to come forward and claim the money or to name any person who has been dictated in hlB political action, or to present a case of olural marriage, ordered, promoted, solemnized or connived at by the church, sets the seal of falsehood-upon all the repeated charges of a general character on both points and should be proof sufficient as to their untruth. V. S. Peet Is a thorn in the flesh of the press assailantB of the "Mormon" church and the ministerial repeaters of the newspaper stories. He is fearless as -well as forcible, ho does not care for their paper pellets or their pulpit pound ings. He strikes the nail on the head every time nnd drives It through their fallacies and falsehoods, clinching It with the money proposition which they may treat lightly but never demand with tho slightest expectation to obtain. .They can only garble his remarks and belittle his financlnl possessions, and affect to laugh while he punctures their bags of foul air and scatters their nntl-"Mor-mon" chnrges to the winds. Poet can neither ho frlghtonod nor bought: no wonder they don't like him! Dcsorot Evening News. BUYER OF MONUMENTS ARRESTED FOB MUBDEfl Sleuths Who Found Bones About. 5000 Years Old Have the Joke Turned. PARIS, Aug. 26. An old gentlemau at Ternes has been cliarged with murder under curious circumstances. A rag-picker rushed into the police station and throw down a bag of bones, declaring that they had been given to him to make away with, but he had dis covered thorn to be human. Scenting a terrible crime, the inspector had tho man locked up and thon tele phoned a magistrate. Soon after, the magistrate, inspector and two policemen called at tho house where the bag had been handed to the rag-picker, and were received by an old gentleman in gold rlmracd spectacles. Tho magistrate locked tho door behind htm, laid a calcined bone on the table, and said: "You gave this and other hu man remains to a rag-picker." "I did," said the old gentleman. "I arrest you for murder." said tho magistrate, sol emnly; "who was your victim?" In reply the old gentleman in the gold spectacles burst out laughing. "Tho vic tim," ho said, "Is tho son of tho Grand Priest DIophta, who died in Egypt more than 3000 years before the birth of Christ. I bought hira recently, but he did not keep well, so I prefcrrod to get rid of him." Exhaustive Inquiries eventually led to the release of tl ' rag-picker and an apology to the mummy purchaser. SNAKE THEIR BEDFELLOW It Was Twenty-Four Foot Long So Was tho Scare It Gave Tlioin. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Aug. 2G. A twenty-four-foot snake Is one of the attractions at a tent show given ou Van Cleef's field by a local fire company. Last night the snako escaped into the field. It is a tropical snake, nnd the cool night air made It hunt for cover again. It entered a side tent where slept two men. Attracted by the warmth of their bodies, It snuggled closo and went by-low. The men woke first, and with wild yellB, "took it on the Jump." Ono man is running still, but his partner, after his first fright, weut to tho suakc charmer's tent, woke him. and had the snake re stored to hln rightful place. BANNER DAILY STORE NEWS. I R jS? are uo sans" Pgfe. 3 much about them j K -$ ilf A enough remaining to BfjI! But J'or the Gardner J KlffflfP store they are just a KWrvlI flT merc faction of the RrV )i ) vll lA former big lines the J ! " SeaSD eav JdljL m There arc more m kT than FOUR HUN- f ftc ,3lem' mmy WW regularly $12, $15, S (Gardner value.) g g Pick of the lot for only $7.50. 1 , is the price at which you can get any a Pf weight Men's Suit of 'mixed pattern in f DNER, .ffi1!? y Stor:. 1 NEW SALT LAKE SUBSCRIBERS I r V1S American Beauty Bar, 142 W. S. Tern. 330 Mellen Lime Supply Co.. 37 S. W. Tern, 759 Bearclsley, W. 17 Hooper BIk. 670 Milligan, E. E., 106 JST. "Sth W. 3117 Bihler, C. C. 358 N. 5th West. 40S Moimtford. Jas. H Jr.. 263 W. S. Tem. jj 619 Bowing. Harry J., 5 Woodbine Place. 11503 Murphy. Mrs. Isabel, 1003 W. 2nd S, j 1 246 Brake, Mona., 52 E. 1st So. " 829 Myers, Lizzie, 204 13 Sth Su. 137 Bowles, Lillian, 544 E. 1st So. 213 Nelson-Queen Cons. Mining Co., 415 H6r- 623 Buller, L. M., 314 N. 3rd W. aid BIk. 1 2423 Campbell, Teresa M., 1 Ontario Ct. 1671 Obere, Aug. N., 415 S. 1st W. I 4035 Cadwallader, L. L., 35 S. 12th E, 2116 Ocean Bar, 212 S. State. f 839 City Pocks Mining Co.. 219-20 Atlas. 39S9 Potter, Wallace E., 571 W. 2nd No. U 10304 Collis, Alex.. 264 Baltimore. 615 Phelps, A. C. 552 S. State. ' ' i 11861 Danner, J. M., 929 S. 2nd W. 101S2 Koux, Frank, '2515 S. 7th E. 416S Dernford, Mrs. N.'E., 47 E, 1st So. 941 Kequa, M. L.. 474 E. S. Tem. i 11851 Dell, Teresa, 1525 S. 2nd W. 1968 Eeincck. C. T., 64 Market St. . , , 699 DeKateiveille, Mrs. E., 168 W. 3rd S. 494 Rasband, Jas., 205 E. 7th Su. - ' I 11812 Driggs, B. W., 380 N. 9th W. 353S Robinson, Leonard C, 670 Fifth St. I 11653 Evans, Leonard, 1053 Princeton. 3817 P.oss. Geo. J., S25 3rd St. I 11801 Fairbourn, Geo. W., 3360 S. 71 h E. 4098 Seren, John. 175 Social Hall Ave. 98 Fallas-Produce Co., 44 Richards St. 4111 Southard, Mrs. Dollie. 112 N. State. 83 11341 Hargreaves. Thos., 423 Galena St. 333 Salt Lake Laundry, 753 E. ,4tk So. H . 291 Hurst, J. W. & I. W. Lone, 26 Tnd. Hotel. 2461 Stevens, O. B., 125 S. 11th' E. 1 716 Jacobson, C. L., 313 W. 5th So. 11821 Sndlier, Mrs. J 1422 Major Ave. 1 10012 Johnson, A. B.. 13th S. and State. 167 Savage, A. F., 314 Constitution. ' 3577 Knight, Miland. 344 W. 3rd No. 617 Sprunt, J.. P.. Jr., 66 Canyon Rd. n 4031 Keeler, Dr. E. E., 208 W. 2nd So. 10444 Tavey, Claude. 350 York St. K 1789 Keeler. Dr. E. E., 309-10 Herald BIk. ' 3522 Start, Jas.. 623 S. 8th E. 4355 Kelly-Filler Press Co.. J49 Pierpont. 406S Thomas, H. L., 630 E. 6th So. - 1969 Kulluchis, Gust., Co.. 549 W. 2nd Ho. 1204 Utah Screen & Job Shop, 41 S. W. Tem. 4039 Lewelyn, Thomas, 270 S. 7th W. 417 Weir, Thomas, 306 Dooly BIk. 898 Lawlcy. C. A., 263 S. 2nd West. 3S69 Wrathall, John, 105 Rio Grande Ave.. 1 3652 Meeking, Abe, 2 Vine Ave. 4134 White, Mrs. Lvdia, 514 S. State. 1 2517 May, R7. 365 S. 1st W. 4160 WalBh, John W 9 Wayno Ave. 285 McGcc. Henry, 725 3rd St. . 43J Wells, H. D., cor. 2nd W. and 5th So. . i Uol May, E. F, it Swan, C. F., 10 Shclmcr . 3735 AVoisa, Hennau, 24 Wellington Ct. dine. ' 104 Whito Swan Cigar Co.. 31 E. 1st So. 11241 Mooro, Mrs. H. G., 241 Reed St.. ' 11811 Westwood, Jos.. 93S W. 3rd No. I 210 Mount Picklo Co., 741 S. 3rd Wv 11431 Yates, Wm., 1170 S. 2nd W. I 987 Mauro, R., 237 S. 5lh West. 3064 Zehring, W. S., 230 E. 3rd So. Our Central Exchange and Inter -Communicating System, just installed 5 for Utah G-as & Coke Company General Offices, connects all departments. I Our Directory shows only the real subscribers. I "THE PHONE THAT TALKS" . issues no padded lists of non-subscribers. " Call 51 for rate schedules. New Crop Tea. A rare blending .of strength and flavor, with out bitterness. Delicious, satisfying. Six varieties. Select the one you like best, at your grocer's. I There is nothing in ; the composition of HUSLER'S FLOUR That should not lie in I your composition. ! S Durinc Iho oxtrcme warm "wcathtr j I Freo domouslratlon MnCamo Stewart's ; The Mfnst nnd Btircst Biipcrfluous , hair remover, al llailiun Mllnor's, i j -120 So. Cth K. I All lodlcs wclcomn. Toilet picpara- j I lions guar.mtcml by I j JL D. Stewart Co. Bnlt Lake. ' j Come anil bo convinced. ' DIAMONDS We carry Ioobo nnrt act ntones of nil klndo, rlns. furrlnw. uiud ranuntlnca. etc. Buy your diamond loose and ne ;uBt what you'ro paying for. Dlamouda and special order work mo our BpcclultlCB. Let ua talk to you on these and any othor sub jects in our line. "We cuaranleo eatlHfnctlon. J. F. EOES, 2i3 So. .Jalr. St. DRUNKENNESS CURED JtbiTt a positive and per feiffnic1lLji man on t cure for 3L, AiLLrM RTti drunkonneBB aud &Z!5?fA 1 1 ZlL dru& addlctlona. flnnnWrTfBP Branch - Parent fiYi rr tf'rafiiiaiil House. Dwlght, 111. tj'. - ' 1 J Correspondence con fidential. KEELEY INSTITUTE, m W 8, Temple St. Salt Lk City, Utah. WAIT Till it gets cold before ,von think about re pairing your Broken Windows fiet Them Fixed NOW CULMER. ! Paint, & Glass Co: i i 20 East First So. i i j MERCANTILE g ! I INSTALLMENT CO. J j 7-i W. SECOND SOUTH. t$ 3 $1.00 a Week System. I CLOTH INC VOJi THfcl ENTIRHJ W FAMILY. EVDIXVBOOY'S CRED- H IT IS GOOD. 3 0 NO RirKERENCES OR SECUR- K 1TY REQUIRED. m ' WWIWHH'i I'WPil iiiMIIiiIIMW ' It's time you noticed our $33.50 diamond ring. Phone 05 for the cor rect (ime. WW WII CITY 21-im mm st. , 1 YOU CAN MAKE MONEY By tnklng ft course in Stenography and becoming an efficient Stenograph er. The Commercial World wants you if you are capable of doing good work. j YOU CAN SAVE MONEY By enrolling for a courr.a in our Trnining .Department hoforo Soptcui bor first. Write or call for catalogue. STENOGRAPHIC BUREAU, 224 Doo y Blocl;. T. S. Ponilorgrus?, Mgr. Iml. 003; Boll 3012. I I -J m Good Time To Fill Up Coal Bins With "PEACOCK" COAL j Central Coal & Coke Co., I "At the Sign of the Peacock." ! :Phoneo 2600. 38 So. Main. i i Tooth Brushes. I We have a special 15 cts i sale on. 25 cts j Don't neglect 35 cts to take 50 cts i advantage of same. 75 cts Can't last long. i Tooth Brushes. j Halliday Drag Co.5 ' S. W. Cor. 1st So. and ! State Sts. t Theater patrons crowd to our fouii ! tain. Electro Vigor Tlie wonder at tlio aye. A dry-cell tiody buttery, plvlne clcclrlclty whll vnu deep, without chat.liiK. without vinegar or acid. No trouble. Put It cn when you rvtlro; It pours electrlc I'y Into your body rill nltlit. bringing ! hctvlth. Klrenjjlli and vigor, ood dlfoa- j iIqd. good clrculatltir. freedom trom U.nliiH and achea. Elrctro-Vla'ir will b k boon to ynn. Try It. Send for ou- bouk. Finely lllu- I tmtcU. civllic acta nt Intrrast to nidi luul wcrncii vlio wnnt health. V cnil it. I in)fil. Irri- It you nxnil lltli ml. DR. S. T. HALL CO., I Q31 Sixteenth St., Denver, Colo, tJ 'V)o reBlleni" n No. 57-1 Hnsi K M Hrigiiftiu fitroui has not boon W painted for six years. I did th !;j " .vork then nnd I hnvc Just ro- ii j eclvod tho ordor to ropiilnt It. Tho K Job could havo boon douo "chcaii- i 3 or." but t : g Will 99 1 jj Guarantee 1 1 HAMLIN PAINTS lA "Tho uvcrngo llfo of paint In this u cUroaial) roo year rGodbePitts Drag Co. I fi Prescription Speciallata, I COIL 101 S2. i win mil j- - - nimn - 1) H I ESTABLISHED IS64- ONE'PF3CE'TO ALL NEVERJNDER50LD j Ll ON SALE TODAY 1 I SPECIAL! SPECIAL! . $1.58 Table Covers fiemstitclted Linen-- I at 88c Each Scarfs mi Squares I j"l 100 "White Linen Damask Table VALUE 50c, 60c. and 75c, -jfkff 1 ( H Covers, with drawn-work borders all t. each Our I l around. Unusual pretty deBigns. 200 ire'mstitched White Linen 1 S . 5 8-4 size; value. .U.50. Today at, Squarns and Sr.arfs; somo plain B i t .ni, hemstitched, others with drawn- ffi 1 cacn" .work in border?. Sir.fcB 13x27, 30x 1 1 QQ. DO, !Sx36, 18x45 and 13x50 inches. 1 ! 1 jH 1 OOC- Value 50c, 60c and 75c. -A 1 : I Today at, each OT I H j SPECIALS , H I IN OUR CLOAK DEFT TODAY I S I'y vlx!) Made of fine sheer lawn, full length I ' 1 tJSf1 lZX or lbow sleovcs; a very largo assort- I 1 I V'TrCO ment' oddsan(l ends; formerly eold I WmKwl Wrappers at 65c I I IwWiSmr litttff Some that 30,(1 for 61.50. but-the JiM larpest number aro $1.25 grade. They j . WWX tf DT0 summer weights in percale and ',? YapA-affBl dimity innlorials; a varioty of stylos, ywMffS mostlS- light colors. Take your choice !; ;";B" Americao Beauty Beer j l 1 ffj The capacity of our Brewery j I ' 1 s doubled this year. There ' I I lwl i s a reason reason' iji fil ! goib 'Phones no. 17. ! Ill ! . Il m Cake ity. Brewing So. I j; j ' . j. MOEITZ, General Manager. ; j" YOU pi I 1 m&4 1 1 WHICH WILL IT BE ? H j; fiuS-y d- Tou can't both have the money! K V MAMWk,- ' AsS I ho owes you, why not cet It? W wmmm Ask h,m for ll- He knows ,t,s not tfi i W7?&W because you distrust It's because S jyfvW yOU nocri it. Wo collect BAD DEBTS. g I Merchants' Protective Association, 1 I I Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts, ' H 3 Francis G. Luke, General Manager. . Fifth Floor Commercial National Bank Bldg., Salt Lako City. i ' I "SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." H . . . f 1 H i ii i KING OF ALL BREAD ; I THIS LABEL ON 1ll(ffS ll AT ALL H EVEEY LOAF. y' GROOEBS, rPfHK ,1 H We ship through- "O ) j Idtlho' utah' "0- J ! out I 'IEiliM J ruing, Nevada. t MADE IN A CLEAN BAKERY. P i ST. MARYS ACADEMY 1 salt lake city, utah. '. Bosrdiiip aud Tiny School for Younz Lndles. Complot ClasMc.tl anil Commercial jt .. Courois. .Mucio, Urawinp nnd Painting- Cor Catnlogtio nddrcss. SISTER SUPERIOR. S Salt Laka City, Utah, b'chool reopens Sent. 3rd. L ,f ; iH ! '''H '.