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DESE D DEEBET SFIIET ETEVEN EVENING G HOSWSi Ni1 WSt TUESDAY TUESD JULY JL 24 4 1J00 OO
SETTER A TISSUE TISSUEOF
OF FALSEHOODS FALSEHOODSKt
w Kt t Admiral Downy Says of a aFilipino aFilipino aFilipino
Filipino Missive Mlasive1Tb MissiveIT
1Tb IT I FALSE FAI E ON ITS FACE FACEt FACEillipin IrACEIlIiplllOM FACEiIhpos
t
illipin had Thought No ThollIII of hide liutepflljncc Jllileptlllll hidep
pflljncc ptlllll p ndII lite Whell lien Ilr Jlter IlrvfeYSufed r Sullfd SullfdManila hilt 11110Ialilia hiltIutitla
Manila Uuy tiny li I 1808 1808ntun 1808l1gton 1905ugton
ntun JMly Jill MrTU Tilt letter re rei reo reoIliator reanator
i v nator Pettlarew PtUII from one oneglnlral oMId
Id 1 8 general J Alejandrlno Alejandrlnoi
n i in illlallle4lntrvlw alleged Interview between betweeni betwf > ItI ItIof
of i t nl Admiral Dowey on board boardlinm bOardI
which It Ise Is IsJUmlrnl I
I ray linm Jul in April ISM 1 In
e 1 JUmlrnl mlrol Dewey Di > WI promised Inde Indet
t to the Klllplnw was wulhown shown to toi
i r I ill 11 today by II an Associated Associatedi
i J tr r The admiral ebaraettrI character
lIede lIedeI de den
He
t 11 I + Hue ue of falsehoods
n i absurd II el lJ + urd on Its face I not notn
p I n turner to promise independ independih
ih h Filipinos said Id he but the thei
i m n IIr r of the words put in n my myuiipo myIIIII mycups
cups IIIII them as 1 false fa 1111 I am ami
which I never neverf
I fly iI i > things
f and ane which hlch I could never neverrel nevri
i r > red You tlU will III notice that I am ami
i In the alleged < Interview IntrvlewI aa aawhm astlun
whm I hn at the time I was a ai a110111
I r rImtra
i 110111 imiiRl ftl aid he had never heard heardiino berduMlnt1 heardra
ra uMlnt1 iino Several Filiinos aftee after aftert tternn r
nn I came un aboard 1 t th Vlll e
u npruln I rag m mII
i II u nt laic Hongkong nt no noJxnll Jxnll They hey were wenh anx anxinkm air airi J1X J1XI
I inkm lok n to Manila Manilav ManilaIhtlr
v h r J their representations ofi of otInanl
said Id the he admiral admiralI
r i i Inanl rtan rtame e
I n mgt > t take them to Manila ManilaI
I KH Barr < < permission to Agutnsldo Agutnsldoi
i i ut u dozen others to come to toAll toAll toAll
All that t ha t they wtr were ere anxious anxiouai
i at I Hid th i time was an end of the theranm theunnv theTinny
Tinny of f Sinin agauwt alnlt which they theyi
i I in n fluhilnir After the deetruc deetrucM dtttrucfIet
M nt ntrps J i > fleet the city virtually virtuallyi
i i > I and I am satisfied utIs ed that If Ifi
r s i i Iad 1 1 uoo troopi there at that thait
I r < t ul ul1 l have lone one ashore hore and andm andunIId
unIId m i h d bv b the Filipinos as dellv dellvTii delivThy lell lellF
F Tii Thy had ha1IbaoltJtly absolutely no thought thoughtr
r Inl Mfp pndellce ndence That was an anh anlhUlihl
lhUlihl h urht of their leaders during during the theo tb tbr
of the theh therash
r o Moors the smashing o
rash h tUct th t and the arrival of the U UM
M I 0 111 > S SkinK
kinK 111klnK of the report that Cuba was wasMuuntfil wut wasUracnated
t Muuntfil by the American troop troopiih
e r ih Ihe holding of the oonstltutlonal oonstltutlonalntl
nth nUn n Admiral Dewey said he h did didr
r how hu the United States Stat couldn could couldnth
n nth ih Island nv over r to th the Cubans until untilhie
hie government bad been estab estabI IItabWI
I We are responsible to the theI
I 1 fir r the orderly conduct of affairs affairseaid
1 11 1 laid he and until such luchnnIPnt a arment arrmrnt
rment li I eitabllahed I cannot see seei I II
w I i an withdraw We are re con conI
I with a similar situation In therlnes the theilln
1 illn rlnes 1 lne The world looks to us U and andntrr andtl
ut ntrr tl r what poetical party wins In Inember Inmbr Inember
ember the 1nited States Stt cannot re rejifh reutsh
1 jifh the the islands 1 until a responsible responsibleJ re
J stable government II set Up there thereJUST threJUST thereJLST
JUST A HIT STUPID STUPIDBritish STUlIIDrlUsh STIIIlDBrltiah >
British Foreign Fotfl n Oillce Ilullcvcs in inXothliiK IIISolhl1J InNothing
Nothing but llsolf llsolfw
w York July Jill 24 24A A dispatch to themP the OleIn
1 m mP > > from London says saysBritish 11 11Rrlll saysaash
British Rrlll i h foreign llIn offloe hat nat ben be beHd
dAmerican aash American disela diselaregarding
Hd < e 9 > d vllh ith the American dlccloi dlccloiDgardlnr d1lc1Glr
regarding r the trend of hap happenings happeningshina enlngs enlngshirm nln nlnhlna
> hirm It dKllnes to accept Mri Mr Mrrfrern MrrglrM
i rfrern letter as anything more than tlmni Wnhlatfd thanelated
i elated communication of about a1H > > ut the thedate thedatl thedate
> date IL p Hlr Ir Robert Harts dls dlsi 121 121h
h i appealing for succor and it isan re reall reo reoalllhln
< all alllhln i thin hintae Be ansurancea a luran aa to the theiv tli tliI
iv I of the legations whether fromrleroye from tromI
1 M I rleroye pros the minister the corre correinn correInt coreI
inn I me or the th emperor himself hlmlfnl1 aa asrated
M with euapiclonrnmuni iu IUlplriun IUlplriunrnmllnkalonl plclon plclonmmunlatlons
rnmuni mmunlatlons attona have been exchanged exchangedi
i Jut t 4t hours between Uw Amenmbay Amen Amerlmtmuy I ImtJaIlY
mtmuy and Lord Salisbury
n I mcMcnKi m asvngrra r having gone with withan withanl
r > an amt < l from mm Hat HatflelcS field but the na n
f the jjr rJloMftl > xal8 has not been dls dl
> d i It Ii conjectured that the state statemn patenn tt ttrlmpnt
nn rlmpnt mn nt ha hu either proposed some somee
e 1 f mediation baaed upon an n ap
i > the Ih emperor of China or upon uponi
n i < nx tu t II Hung Chang Chan or else elseir el elrjl01 elseurd
urd ir rjl01 d l an immediate advance of the
I I xrm army > on n Iekln Whatever may mayn
t n the unbalance of these pro proc prohit
c It I hit If I certain that the foreign of ofi
0 r + rngiy i > ngu prejudiced J against the therthinsmif theIrlhln thew
w Irlhln rthinsmif rlhlnse M of If the evidence upon
h 1 th h state tit I department Is acting actingi acting
nuhs i h < more Importance to the then
h n = if f the halfpenny papers deo de deK
K ih h mawacres at Pekln than It
o Mfr
ongereesmuatgee ongereesmuatgeeortitan ortitan ortitanto
10 Mr Ir i oncers meaaage In or to of
i Luatuns of the Chinese Chin vice
t Thor Ii dlnpatohea were not baaed
s > in tmimonyof t lmlny ot eyewltneases eyewltneasespjn eye wltneses
liflun peon a leakage from Shengs Shn ser sere
PI
s < e evident Mont that the mystery of Pe P
i h speedily cleared
up for the
th h Jimh fIn Il nrh and other othergovernmente governments
t ii 1111 f the lead of the atate de dent den
nt n f an anllnlllt and I ln Inlet l t on being placed In Ini Innl inrl
nl < tin i > n with their ministers minletersIvaalil
H IIT1 minuter here Is I confident
1 r i Ivaalil will be be favorable eein In
P rtuve except that of Ger Gerut
out ut there is I a well founded be beL
h L I Vn v In n the th empress P dowager Is I
haft h lf truths at best and that only
ran M i f the legations Is alive Br Nrhu
tut t uy v has expressed this view viewtminster
b Wmlnllter tminster Gaiette after draw drawllkinJo
T i ikmn Ikin analogy RMlo between the sltu sltuti tu
1 m 1 < anllhat rnl ti that of 1110 when Parkas ParkasT
hr T f frlgnera r rmer were W tf Imprisoned
I + her va tens I a revel vel of Chinese man
Its II ii I lleves that Mr Conger
M M h t i hn h i m n may be alive since In the thet theKIrnmnt thegr
gr t vrnment Is I trying to nego
° 1 i II h ih 1 h t nlted States 8tat History Hlslorytaut IIIlor Is
r t 01 rIut Itself In that stagnant
n ruunlr ruunlrfOlt rountry rountryFOIL
FOIL MCItDj lrHniffi it OP l oommr aoztiucrITidence oommrJ
J thlpnce
Rrohgt rouht Out ut In n the 0 Caleb Caleblowcra OnobCnsc OlloblolcrA
lolcrA Cnsc CnIlCotf1In Cnscrtown
rtown tf1In Ky July IILaeutenaRt
ldlttlO an olllotr In the Bar Barh
a4 militia of which John Power
t tam wu tll the II Still wltne In
aleh Ieh h
twrre vpr eat toll ay If He ar r
In n I t
Frankfort ankfort
Jan 25 with Ith the
ad d or f n
mountain
mounhlneerrh
Before 01 01said the
td I hod d Frankfort h he
Aid the thei
wan t < IIld 1 id to
report to W n CuJton
ar hr nr Tb They were w armed with
anl an i l
h hey Ilitltol l01 Arriv Arriving K at Prank
look k
JIOIBeMIon < ot the
d I < ari aritheir Irl IrlI
I I < here herenant l building east nd tacked their theiretta tb lr
nant nail Rlckitta Rlck < etta tta said each morn mornto
fr
fI from lei to 100 DO mountain mountainbefore
If IId the ysrd 14 In frotH ot the thOf
f + hllllllini
Y I said be had R conversation
10 uthe tit cS day before the theyda aseaa aseaay all
YoUtJl < > yda y said Qfbll > b > bed to bf bfI
1 flit I hi r the wa wsy f11 and he hef IYoutIlP1
lito knew f would give f for > r ri that Iur purknew
i ten < or < five Vt mlln en w h
f IO n f rontrlbut rt t to I such a fund fundal
also sold nollel
could hI
from
the th
expect c building that
ousts n could fape rs al alWKT ape through till
lit WKT and ae lv h dptACted < J Jwper
14 he wper dtrtrjJ j a un unf Goebel Grebel being beingI
II f ri
I tor I the aMasstna uaNlnQter
ten t + Lra W he CI west 7 Youtlr ° 4ut V and nd the lat
a h hr wanted d twentyUve twenty Ave or or
r
y
v
ACTS GENTLY ON THE THEKIDNEYS THEKWNEYS
KIDNEYS LSVER LSVERAND LIv r rAND
AND BOWELS BOWELSCLEANSES BOWELSCLEANSES
CLEANSES THE THETH SYSTEM SYSTEMEFFECTUALLY
QISPELS psp EFFECTUALLY ES ESj
j DAGfd DAGfdEyERS EyERS EyERSOVERCOMESI
OVERCOMESI J J1QSITUAL
1QSITUAL G0N51PATION G0N51PATIONPER
PER MANENTLT
ITS rfCTS
Gll ll llflu
flu TH tut itHUINtMAHT D By by1INIA
1INIA I JFG SI RlPc RlPcwarAtt
warAtt sr tscwa oe oereaa
reaa + uer + a rr + n
thirty men men i to t to accompany accompany on jinhlmto him to the theexecutive theel theexecutive
executive el utlve building buildingContinuing lIull buildingContinuing lnr lnrContlnulnr
Continuing the wltnesa said saidYoutsey laidYout saidYoutaey
Youtsey Yout put us Inside the executive executivebuilding uecutlveblilldllll executivebulldlng
building near the jUlrs tat He Ie told us ussomething uaomtblnl t tsomething
something wu going to happen and we wemust w wmU1 wemust
must remain I ln there thereWhen tb tbWhen there14ben
When he b started through the hall I Ileft IItCt Ileft
left and went Into a private resldenos resldenosacrom rlllde rllldescrOl1l resideaaacross
across the street tr from the building I Ihad rhad Ihad
had been there th a few minute when T Theard rbearlt 1heard
heard the tb shot I did not know any of ofth otthe ofthe
th the men whom I left at the toot of ofItlr the thestairs thestein
stairs In the executive building buildingThe bulldl bulldlfhe
The witnesn explained that the men menwhom menhom menwhom
whom hom Youtaey placed were just outside outsidethe
the office of the secretary Ir tary of1 olltate state He Hemid lieIald ItsBald
mid he h left because he did not want to tobe tobe tobe
be present In case of a kllllq kllllqKroll kllllqCross
Cross roll examined Rlcketta said that thatwhen thRtthen thatwhen
when Youtsey You placed the men In the thehall tb tb11ft thehail
hall 11ft 11 he told them as a soon as something somethinghappened aomethlnahappened somethinghappened
happened a man would come down the thestep tbeItfOpll thesteps
step and go away with them themThe themThe themThe
The witness wltn said 181 that when hn Youtsey Youtseyleft
left the men he went ent in the direction directionof
of the th governors office officen
n E Coombi private secretary Icreta of ofAppelate ofAppelte ofAppelate
Appelate Judge Hobson the next wit nitness witne witM5L
ness ne told of a conversation between betweentwo
two mountaineer In the house lobby a aday adlY aday
day or two before the assassination assn Intlon In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they spoke of picking them themout tbemout themout
out meaning the DemocratsDuring Democrats DemocratsDuring mocrat mocratDurin
During Durin < < the crossexamination < of ofCoombi otoomb ofC
C Coombi oomb exGovernor ex Brown objected to tothe tothe tothe
the testimony that mountaineer went wentto
to u Fiunkfort armed as a the right to car carr carry
r ry > ann was 1 a constitutional privilege privilegeThe
The court took Issue on this thl point and andsaid andId andsaid
said Id that the he law did not permit crowds IOowdot crowdsof < lowrtiof
of armed men not in the military eer eervice eervice er ervke
vice and caled out In the regular way wayto warto wayto
to gather Ath for any ny purpose purposeAssistant pUIJICIIIAullllant purposeAssistant
Assistant Adjutant General Murray Murrayread Murrayread urray urrayread
read a letter which he h found on file in inhi InhI Inhis
hi his office at t Frankfort having been > fI left leftthere letetheN leftthene
there at the time of the evacuation evacut Jon of ofthe ottb ofthe
the tb Taylor trMw t trZpa tlt It was from Powers Powersto owe oweto
to Aijut Adjutant t General eneral Collier gated Jan Jantt JanU JanU
U FoweMsava FoweMsavaWo weta ave AVIIWe avelYe
Wo have b undertakes a serleus rluI matter mat matter mattr ¬
ter We W must win In We must have the themen themn themen
men and tuna
Not Clirlstlnu Ftiulonvor HndonvnrLondon FtiulonvorLondon Olltl 01 0 r rLoa40a
London July J1I1 MMlss ts UII Caroline > E EICeyea ERtfel EKeyes
ICeyea who pleaded guilty l11t a week a ego llJOIn egoIn < p pIn >
In the Marylebone police court Lon London Lonclon London ¬
don to the charge har of stealing a gold goldwatch goldwatch foldwtch
watch a bracelet a hair brush and andarticles andartlclea 04 04article
articles of clothing of the aggregate aggregatevalue 1Illatvalue aggregatevalue
value of Jtt from roomer In the Nor Norfolk Norfolk or ortolk
folk mention hotel where she b had hadbeen hdbet hadbeen
been bet > n slaying and who In the course courseof
of the hearing oaUl eh she 1U aa an Amer American Amfrfan Amerlean ¬
lean fan and had cotno to London to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the worlds Christian hri tllD Endeavor conventlon con convention conventlon ¬
ventlon an a delegate from the church churchIn
In Minnesota hu hue been sentenced to tothree tothree tothree
three month Imprisonment The Th evi evidence pvlcSfDCe evidence ¬
dence showed bowler that she had hadno hadno
no connection whatever with the Chris Christian ehrlBtlan Christhin ¬
thin Endeavorers There Th re were further furtherevidence furthereldenee furtherevidence
evidence of theft committed at the theHotel theJlottl theHotel
Hotel Cecil and elsewhere and the themagistrate themlatrt themeglelrate
magistrate In ix sentencing > the prisoner prisonerdtscrlbed prllOnrdlacrlbed prisonerdlactlbed
dtscrlbed her as a vulgar thief thiefJapan thiefJnlmn the f fJapan
Japan IH Alter A It tor or Colorado ColorntloDenver Co101l1l10Denver ColoradoDenver
Denver July Jul 1IOOvemor H Governor Thomas Thomastoday Tbnmtoda Thomastoday
today toda received a brief communication communicationfrom
from Secretary of State hay Inclosing Inclosingaa Inclolll Inclolllas
aa extended letter front ram K Nabeehlna Nabeehlnathe
the Japanese charge daffaires da < < alree at atWashington atWsaitinton t tWalhlncton
Washington The letter is 4n the na natars natura nature
tars of a demand upon the tb part of the theImperial theImperial theImperial
Imperial government of Japan that theColorado the theColorado theColoradn
Colorado Colorado atata tt board of health raise raisethe raiNthe raisethe
the quarantine on Japanese subjects subjectsThe subjectsThe ubJectThe
The Japanese Jpan according to Mr lr N Nbeshlnae Na Nabenhlnae 1Isbetobln
benhlnae betobln statement should not be In Ineluded Ineluded ineluded
eluded with the Chinese Chin In anything anythingHe aDYtblnH < <
He H says they are not given to plague plagueand piquend plagueand
and nd never n er have been that the sugges suggestion IUlletlon suggestion ¬
tion of the Colorado board of health to tosuch touch tosuch
such fact Is I rather an exhibition of Ignorance Ig Ignorance 1fJnornte ¬
norance than a manifest understand underatandng
lag ng of prevailing race conditions In InIan InSan InSan
San Francisco he maintains mln that the theJafianeae tht111lnNe theJapanese
Japanese do not mix with the Chinese Chineseor
or In any other part of the world In Inconvludlng Inconvhadlq Inconcluding
concluding he states ltat very plainly that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the Imperial government of Japan will willinsist 11111In willInsbt
insist In lit that tb t the race shall hal not he die discriminated dieerlminatedsglItst ¬ I Icriminated
erlminatedsglItst erlminatedsglItstGoverner criminated ajmlnet ajmlnetGovernor lnet
Governor Thomas will confer further furtherwith turtrwith furtherwith I
with the State board of health In regard regardto
to the quarantine which blcb la still UII effect effective e effectlye < < eet eetIve ¬
ive In Ibis State against Asiatics on ac account account account ¬
count of the alleged existence of bu bubonic bubonlcJllar bubonic ¬
bonic bonlcJllar plague In San ass Francisco FranciscoHill
Hill to Go Itotind Hound the Worlil lvorldChicago WorlilChicago WorlllChlco
Chicago July If tA A special to the theChronicle theCbronicle theChronicle
Chronicle from Duluth Minn In says saysIt 11 11It saysIt
It ii I announced here that one of the thereasons tbeUQn theregion
reasons UQn why James J Hill bought the theelegant tb tbelflllAt theelegant
elegant steam ltea yacht Wacnuta former formerly ¬
ly Eleanor was that he h was planning planningto Iannlqtu
to make a trip around the world and andthat andthat Dd Ddthat
that he will go In his bl new boat which whichhas wblohbaa whiobhas
has already been twice around the theVorld tbeworld theWorid
world The yacht will remain In Du Duluth Du1ulh Duluth ¬
luth for the tll next two tw month It Is Issaid IIlah Issaid
said Mr Hilt will wIIllltart start with ltb the thtcouta Wa Wacouta Wacouta
couta from Duluth on his trip around aroundthe roundbp
the world according accnrd accn ding to present pr ent report reportwhich reportwllietl reportwhich
which will make the trip by water lSOO lSOOmiles 1900miles
miles further than any ny trip heretofore heretoforemade hretoromade heretoforemade
made madeDSTBTTtR p llondaclic llondaclicDillon Ifeatlaeheof
DSTBTTtR O Iti6xq S I
of mUIATtD S Dillon lJlOIISJlesJl siiess siiessConnti 9 9tunatilratlatl
Connti OIlHtlIRtOIl tunatilratlatlIntligesttnll OIlHtlIRtOIlJndill > tlou tlouHiul
Jndill Intligesttnll UOIl UOIlItlllt
1 Hiul Hiulmean ItllltlJr and1vspppsia
1vspppsia 1vspppsiamean lJr lllllsla lllllslameln
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mean that your youritntuacli JoarItoru youra
a 1 stomach Itoru h It Iti I isweak
weak i k U needs iMwtotiu n nuI needstlu
tiu Bitten ten to tocloani toclllnu bclnan
cloani ItIront It Itliunt Itlion
liunt lion eiperi eiperiin II eipatmest pert pertbljoTMAEcn
in mest at with ce cecalled >
bljoTMAEcn 8TOMACII S called dl dlon b lASMdep lASMdepon i t tdl reme
bTE on Imlpg the thegerinliia
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I
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREABOUT TEMPERATUREABOUT TEMPERATUREABOUT
ABOUT NORMAL NORMALShowers
Showers Quit Gin GtneralOvlr General era I Ovir this thiStiti th8State thisStste
State ftr f br r Two Day DayiWKHB DayaWlmm Day117I111
WKHB Otf OtfIroM CHt GIl1IAT Nr I3IlN1 Ih M1JlJI M1JlJIlrot Ii11P Ii11Pfrost
frost Occurred In iotrnlJOlllatlcl Several Ooiintloioii Ooiintloioiithe UII uothe
the lOlli unit yoili Olh ln Itt tSecond tSecondCrop SellOllt JrcoudCrop SellOllteoll
Crop of Lucent uern U UWeekly I Light LlklteWeftly LightWeekly
Weekly Crop Cro Bulletin Salt t I Lake + City CityTHah Clt Clt11tah CltyUtah I
Utah July 14 I 1906D 8 Department Departmentof Jepru ent entOf
of Agriculture Climate and Crop Bul Bulletin BUIletln Bulletin ¬
letin of the th Weather Bureau un Utah 11t Bo fleatlon Botlon litotlon
tlon for the week ending 11141i1JlUI1l1 July 011100 011100The lM lMThe 1100The
The temperature of the week was wasabout waaabout wasabout
about normal Moat of the reports were weremailed weremailed woemilled
mailed ou the mornMg momllltot ot the Slat but buta
a sufficient umcl nt numbly of t I later tel date were werereceive wtrreeelvcfl werereceived
receive to show lbo that showers were weregeneral wereIneral re renral
general nral oer the State from the tb list IltZ3rl to to2SM toUrd
2SM These shower Wilt be of much muchbenefit muchblneftt muchbenefit
benefit to corn potatoes sugar u beets beetnand beetsand beetsand
and other late crops On the morning morningof
of the 11th and Wlh lilt frost formed rorm 4 In InRich InRich inRich
Rich Summit Juab andMlllard courtties court counties coutitiel ¬
ties but was too light to 0 Injure crops cropexcept cropsexcept cropsexcept
Ilrt
except in parts of 0 Summit county countywhere count countwbplt countywhere
where It was heavy enough to do some sotpedamage somedamaitt o e edamagt
damage to corn potatoes and other fen fender tehder ftl ftlder ¬
der Hunts Wheat harvest coatlnuM coatlnuMand col1t1nualld coatinuUand
and some of the th grain 11 ha had been stacked startedOat stackedOats Itclta4Oat
Oat still Ull promise prom an average yield yieldCorn yieldCorn yieldCorn
Corn potatoes potat < letl sugar beet and toma ¬
toes are re generally In good sod condition conditionThe conditionTh conditionThe
The second crop of luoern Is being beln cut cutand cutand cutand
and as a a rule will 111 riot J ot make more than thanhalf thAnblf thanhalt
half the usual yield Apples and aprl aprlcots alrlcotl apricots
cots are re ripe and plentiful but there tlureIs
Is some complaint of the applet appl being beingwormy bflln bfllnwormy beingwormy
wormy wormyCORREfiPONDEKTI wormyCORRESPONDENT wormyCORRESPONDENTS
CORRESPONDENT REMARK REMARKOarland JUCMAJUaIGarlnd REMABKdGarland
Garland Boxelder Co Cotlot Hot and andwindy andwindy andwindy
windy Irrlgaated crops are lookt looktwill looking lookingwell IookllltlwIll
wIll Harvesting of winter wheat is isabout I ImOOut isabout
about completed No thrashing done doneyet 4101111yetA donsyetA
yet yetA A H Qloason QloasonHyde GloaonHYde GleasonHyde
Hyde Park Cache Co CoA A favorable favorableweek favonbleAeek favorableweek
week for crops and nd farm work Bar Harvesting Barvtln Hatvesting ¬
vesting U I progressing hapldly Rome Romegrain 80meInSn Somen
grain n Is I s in the stack Second crop uf uflucern ufluctm
li csrn
lucern Is being cut Oats will make a agood arood agood
good eropL1IIu crop Lyman Dames DainesParadise DatneaPI DamesParadise
Paradise PI radiiit Cache Co CoVery Very ho and anddry anddr anddry
dry dr Haying atft baa been completed completed and andwheat anftwheat andwheat
wheat harvest Is I now In full progress progressSmall pro proSmall progressSmall
Small frulta are ripe Good prospect prospectfor prol eet eettor
for plenty of apples appl and plums plu plumsJames plumsJamesLofthouse JIJamea JIJameaLofthouse James JamesLofthouse
Lofthouseleadowvtlle Lofthouse LofthouseMeadowvllle Lofthouseleadowvlll
Meadowvllle Rich Co CoHot Hot days and andcool andcool nd ndcool
cool nights Winter Inter wheat Is I ripening ripeningOats rtJfnlllAOat ripeningOats
Oats are re looking well Light frost on onnight onnlht onnight
night of Itth but no damage resulted reaulteflPotatoes reultePotatoea resultedPotatoes
Potatoes are In bloom Wild hay Is Isyielding I Iyielding IIeldln
yielding Ieldln above the tb average averepJ J 8 Mof Moftatt Motftt Moffatt
tatt tattTooele
Tooele Tooele Co COWheat Wheat harvesting harvestingand
and thrashing la In full operation Wa Water Waler Water ¬
ter is very low and It 1 is hard to keb kebfruit k kfruit
fruit and vegetables front drying up
I J Blklneton BlklnetonLev ElkinatonLevan n nLevan
Lev Levan an Juab Coflfot Co Most of the small smallgrain smallgreen manaraln
grain baa been harvested none of It Ithas Itbaa Ithas
has been stacked Fall wheat t promises promisesto proml
to turn out outmucb much better than was w ex expected egpeeled x xpected ¬
pected at t first Corn and potatoes need needrain triedrainWm d dralnWm
rain ralnWm Wm Brown BrownJuab OronJuab BrownJuab
Juab Juab CoDroutb Co Drouth continues continuesMost COIIUIiUtlMOlt continuesMost
Most of the dry land grain Is I dried tp p
Young luoern la I standing the drouth re remarkably lei reImarkably leimsrlubly ¬
markably well Light frost on the theIfth the11th I I11th
11th but no damage d resulted Irrtgau Irrtgaued Irrtg t ted
ed grain In to filling fUnllllJlotlr nicely Lucern Lucerapromla seed seedpromisee acedpromises
promises a fair erop eropC c 8 Graham OrahamHarrlsvllle GrahamHarrlsvllle
Harrlsvllle Weber CoHot and dry rT
Crops are looking fairly well wlIcrop Second Secondcrop Beootdcrop
crop of luecrn Is I Ming bit cut and to gtv gtw
lag In a moderate ylelo Tomatoea Tomatoeabeeta sugr sugrbeets rapt raptbeets
beets and potatoes are looking fine and andIf D4 D4It
It the water supply ppl holds out will give givegood 11 11rood givegood
good ylelda 1lda Good prospect for Milt MiltcropPeter fr frcrop tr1tltcropPeter
crop cropPeter Petw Later materUlntah LaterUlntah LatetVlntah
Ulntah Weber CoCooler than rat laatweek lutweelt ratweek
week Grass Gr on the tb ranges ran all burned burnedup
up Feed for or stock la getting ttln very veryscarce veryacarce veyscarce
scarce Spring wheat 1s being cat and andpromises aadprom andpromises
promises prom I a good yield lel4 Second crop of oflucern atlucttm oflucern
lucern Is I very vt poor Potatoes are very
fine Tomatoes will give aft a very ve largeyield large largeylfld lal
yield 1111 Fruit Is very abundant bat btUpie a apies ap apple ¬
pie are generally wormy wormyChas < Chas I d dLaBaume db dbLaBaume
LaBaume LaBaumeHuntsvllle LaBaumeUuntvlll LaBaumeHuntsville
Huntsvllle Weber CoCooler Lightfrost Light Lightfrost L1cbtflOlt
frost several mornings moml daring durin the week weekbut wMIIbut weekbut
but no damage therefrom Spring Springwheat 8PJtUwhEt Splsgwheat
wheat has h commenced to ripen the theyield theyield I Illeld
yield on dry farms will be light bttt onIrrigated on onIrrigated 08Irrlted
Irrigated lands the yield will beOetl be good goodOats goodOats
Oats will make a tfOICI oed yield lelclLarI Lara Pe Peternon PttfIIOn Poe Poetertian
tertian ternonPeterson tfIIOnPeteon tertianPeterson
Peterson Morgan Co CoBeneb1 CoBeneb1whet CoBench Bench Ie4t Ie4twheat Jaa Jaawheat
wheat Is I b being Jng harvested it Itood la ne negood nlm nlmrend
good ood the grain gn In being III shrunken by thin thindrouth th thdrouth thindrouth
drouth Timothy baa been harvested harvestedIn
In good condition The wheat qr gptlr gptlrgenerally rppi rppigenerally pt ptIJtnerally
generally will be very light lightirrigated p40ultlo p40ultloof Oata O f on onIrrigated b bIrrllated I
Irrigated lands look well Vrult ult of ofall ofall ofall
all kind Is I plentiful Water a fatting fattingvery IettI IettIVtry
very low but there II J enough to nature naturethe MtlUtlhfl
the grain crop cropJlI Ell Whitecar WhitecarMorgan WhdtecarMorgan VhltrMorran
Morgan Morgan Co cOIIarvt cOIIarvtoommnctd Harvesting nais kUcommenced naisooramenced
commenced Timothy Tlm tl1 Is being betn cut cutthe cutth cutthe
the th I yield will be somewhat short hort Thf Thfweather Tbctw T Tweather
weather w tbr b has been partly cloudy clolld cloddycooler lilt anicooler liltooolr
cooler and was fa fllorable orablt for the tb Ming Mingof IU IUot tilingof
of grain A good ood rain would be very vt vtbflnffI
benenclalT bflnffI IIT T K O Welch WelchMiller W101tMiller WelshMiller
Miller Halt Lake CoTbe forepart of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the week was hot and dry the latter IsUerpan latterpart laUrpart
part cooler Fall Pallwhat wheat nearly n all U out outthe outthe omj
the yield will not be quite up ta the theaverage tb tbnre theaverage
average nre Many Ma fields of spring whtat whtatwill wlltatwill w tt ttwill
will give a light yield lel4 the beads bNd4I1 bNd4I1ehtry beadschatty a > e echaffy
chaffy as a result It of the hot weathar weatharSecond wNt wNtSecond waliMrSecond
Second crop ot luoern IU trn la doing w tsiI tsiIwhere ll llwhere IIwhre
where It bAa mI iufflclent cleat water JOra JnMorgan JOraMorgan
Morgan MorganQoshen MorganGoshen > > 011 011Gothen
Goshen Utah Co CoTh The weak has been beenwarm heQwarm beenwarm
warm with light rain on the flit and andttnd 1d14Uad andand
and Wild hay ba la I nearly all stored storedSecond Ito storqdSecond d d8ccond
Second crop ot luoern la being cat catHarvesting citoUrveatlntr citHarvesting
Harvesting is ta lWOIftIIJobl progress sJobe John LJenkins I IJenkins L LJenklna
Jenkins JenkinsPleasant JenklnaPlettAnt JenkinsPleasant
Pleasant ftroTt Utah Co COBat Heat aid aiddrouth addrouth 4 4cSroutb
drouth continued until the tb Und when whana w
a nice shower fell All crops have bean beandamaged beendamaged
damaged to some extent by the th draulh draulhJ
J J R 1 Gamett QaraettSalem Gamettalfm GamettSalem
Salem Utah Co CoJlot Hot daring the days daysbut d dbut daysbut
but the nights nip have ha been oooler Beets Beetsare Beetlare Beetsare
are In a fair ooodltaan but t would do dobetter dobetter dobetter
better with more water Apples APJI are arenot arlnot arenot
not so worm ai in former years yearsMelon yearsMelons nl nlMlon
Melon will make m e a fair crop Grain GrainI
I Is nearly tlPrl all cut and some of It la being beingstacked bel belItarkPdZ
stacked ItarkPdZ 8 Taylor TaylorChester TarloTChMter IartdrChNter
Chester Pannete tlan ltf oJlot 60 Hot and dry
Grain is I ripening rlpenl very fast Harveet Harveetbegln llarY llarYbflln Uarveetbegin
begin next week Moat of the thegrain theIrfIla thegrain
grain is I hart and Mgbt taad t and much of It Itwill Itwill Itx111
will not nil SecMO erop of lucern Iwcernwill lucernwill lucernwill
will b be a fallureJoMok fl1uf9J Beck BeckMantl kkKntl BeckMnti
Mantl Sannete San tte Oo OoKot Go4 Kot ot quite sowarm to towarm 10warm
warm Small Rrata la looking well welland welland n nRnlt
and harvest will eommece next week
Hay If will make only e lr bait haiu a crop Plenty Pkntyof
of fruit apples aJlJlI and pears will be of ofgood ofood etgood
good ood quality Wattf Watttll16A Walmis to JowA W WHe WfIIItY WHeseey
He Heseey HeseeyPeoa fIIItY fIIItYJeoA ey eyIVoa
IVoa Summit Co CoCIeIr Clear dry aad aadwindy aadwind andwindy
windy wind Heavjr Have tweet OH the morning morningof rnenl rnenlof
of the I0th h which damaged 4atna C corn pota potatoes potat potatoes ¬
toes t CKI and nl1 other planta l miar tsr U very verynw err
low nw and nd crops are aufrerlng au for moisture Mois Moisture 011 011tUff ¬
ture Grain Is not dning 40In fta wet aa It ItHhould Ithouk Itshould
should Lucern end wiM hay will willyield willleI4 willyield
yield leI4 about half a crop Timothy Is Isf III isgotO
f I gotO ort O P JI Lyon LyonHenefer Lyonslnefer II IIHndtr
Henefer Summit Temperature oTemperaturemore Temperaturemore
more moderate bat drouth oontluue oontluuelurern COIIthlU81uflm a aIuwrn
lurern nearly 1INrl all al1ItMWII stored 11 Ueadew hay
is I being lIfln cut fora orn la In tassel Proat Proaton
on the 10th Wheat and oats are ar1Hk ar1HkInr leek leeking IwkIng
Ing well II on watered lands landllWllllun landllWllllun1lr Wllllun Wlllluncr
1lr 1lrIhbu erI4eber cr crH
H Ihbu ber Wasatch Co CoLurern Lucern crop cropnearly rropnearly cropnearly
nearly all housed Grain cutting ltlll iil 11
iKxin s Nn n begin Apple nearly ripe Warm Warmand Warmand Warmand
and dry cSr until the and when a good goodfhower IOOdIhoer goodshower
shower felL t1LJohn John Crook CrookMidway CrookMldwliY CrookMidway
Midway Wasntch e u Ury Dr > and hot hutIrrigation hotJrrltlon hotIrrigation
Irrigation water very ry mirre Wheat Whoatand Wh Wheatand lIt lItnd
and nd oats OR tl are re showing the t hI effect of the ttu1long thlIon thelong
long Ion contlued drouth anti the vcnnlty vcnnltyof IIcRrdtof
of water Apples and nd peaches will willyield willyield 111 111yl
yield yl ld well Ill Apprlcots are being hln picked pickedare
are of good quality and yielding well wellPotaoes wlIPutaou wellPotatoes
Potatoes sugar beets and garden truck truckare trueltr truckare
are r in better condition than average averageJ
J Tom Pitch PitchSoiplo IItcl1Iolplu Fitehlbiplo
Soiplo Millard Co CoMuch Much of the th grain grainIs galais a1D a1DII
Is badly burned and nd some 011I of It has hbeell hbeellcut been beencut beencut
cut for hay Light front on the night of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the l Itlh th which nipped some tender tenderplants tDeSerplaatTbom tenderplantsThomu
plants plaatTbom Thomas Memmott MemmottDeer MemmottDtteret MemmottDeseret
Deer t allllard CoDry and nd hot hotCrops hotCrope hotCrops
Crops an deteriorating The leaves leRv leRvfAlllnr are arefalling arefalling
falling from the trees Potatoes and andcorn andeon andcorn
corn are dying at r the tit want of Water Waternraashoppars wat watOrahoppell WaistOraeshoppen
nraashoppars are cutting the burrs offof oft oftof 01of
of seed IUClraI lucern 8 Western WesternFill WeatrnJllIImo WesternFlllmote
Fill JllIImo more Mlllard Co CoWarm Warm and anddry anddry anddry
dry Prospect for second crop of hatern lu lucern lurn ¬
cern rn very 17 poor owing ow to the scarcity ot otwater otwlter ofwater
water Com baa been a doing well but butIs butII butIs
Is drying dr 1tlb 5 Ing up DOWc now C AndersonFllstnore Anderson AndersonKlHlnore AnderaonIslnort
KlHlnore Sevter Ie Co CoHot Hot and dryWheat dry dryWheat d dWhtat
Wheat harvest his commenced Some Someof hmeof otne otneof
of the oats 0 la I burning up Potatoes Potatoespromise Potatoespromise
I promise a good ood cropIf crop H P Hansen Hansenlienwood HansenGlenwood
lienwood OIen wood Sevler CoVery Co Yery warm and anddry anddr anddry
dry dr Spring Sl > rllll wheat In I ripening very veryfast v vfaat veryfast
fast even where well Irrigated Irrl ted Con ConRld CooIIldlrabl Considerable
Rld IIldlrabl rable spring wheat is I drying dryl up upand lI lIand upand
and will w ill not fill Lacers where irrigat irrigated Irrtd ¬
ed d li doing doln well and an will lll make afine afsecrop afinecrop a he helrop
crop Apples Appl and small fruits frul are very veryplentiful VI VIplentiful veryplentiful
plentiful Apples are very ver wormy wormyTomatoes wofmyTomatoes otm otmTomawee
Tomatoes and other garden truck truckrowlQI are aregrowing aregrowing
growing nicely The ranges are re drying dryingupW dl1fu drf tag tagupW
upW u W M CowleyHuntington Cowley CowleyHuntkigton Cowl I
Huntington Emery Co CoDlJ Dry and andwindy tadwindy I Iwln4
windy Second crop of lucern Is I almost almosta 1 lOIt lOIta
a tout failure on account ac < ount of the scarcity scarcityof eearI eearIfit
and andsome
of water All grain aln Is I In the head and andsome andIOm6
some to beginning to rlpenOeo M MMiller MMiller MMiter
Miller MiterLawrence MillerLawrence MillerIAre
Lawrence IAre Emery Co CoD CoDry Dry and warm warmHarvesting wlrmHnrveeting rIII rIIIHartlr
Harvesting has ha begun be < < un Spring prln wheat wheatwill wheatwID wheatwill
will be below the average erqc although althOlt It Ithe Ittate Itbee
he tate had plenty p nt of water the straw la laahorter Jal1ortr Isshorter
shorter than U ought to be and theIrall thegrain the thegrain
grain Is I not un to standard tndanlI I L Lewis LewisMlnersvllle lpwlIUneflvlll LewisMlnerev111e
Mlnersvllle Beaver eoHrveatln eoHrveatlnc Co Harvesting Harvestinghat
hat commenced c The ranges are dried ilrleaup driedup JrltdtIP
up Poor prospect for a second 1IC0n crop of ofluoern ofluoorn oflueern
luoern unless unle rain comes The lays dayahave da daha layshave
have ha been hot and the tll nights ooel ooelWm c09IWID eoglWun
Wm Wood WoodKingston Woo4Klnton WoodKingston
Kingston Plute Co CoDry Dry and nd hot un nndl until Ufttll ¬
til the list when a heavy hI8 and nd Vary Varybeneficial ft1 ft1beft verybenofditl
beneficial beft > f1 rain occurred Spring wheat wheatIs
Is ripening and will make an average averagecrop ave avecroP avecrop
crop harvest will lOOn begin belnn Ii H Ken Kenner Itennero Kenfier
neroIeadllf nero
nerTeaade1 Teesdale Teaade1 Wayne Wa Co Corm Warm dry de e and andwindy andwlndlWhNt andwindy
windy wlndlWhNt Wheat Is I looking < < well III Worme Wormeare Wotmar wornsare
are r di dblng III ng some lame to potatoes potatoesWatpf pottoeaWlr potatoesWater
Water Wlr is t its vary low lowI R C Maser XaserParowan NurpTOn MaserPgroan
Parowan Iron Co CoWarm Warm and dry dryIng d dryrug
rug 111 winds n Wheat mtnd and oats will III not notmake notmttf notm
make m a full crop on account Ount of the thedmutb thedrnutb thedrnutb
drnutb Some of the corn is i drying drylnup drylnupApfll up upApples upApples
Apples Apfll are re falling from the trees trteiWitter t tWllter treesWkler
Witter rn the streams Is very low lowJames 10 10Jamea IoWJames
James ConnellCo Connell ConnellCoyoto ConnlICOroto
Coyoto Co oto Garfield CoCoolerwitty CoCooier and andwindy aactwlll4
witty windy wlll4 Wheat is In the milk and looks lookswell lob lobWfIf I kS kSwell
well Potatoes are doing dol nicely Where Wherelucern WheNlucern whetslucern
lucern was cut early earl the second crop cropIs cropI cropis
Is I six If Inches hlghH J McCuHough McCuHoughPIMo
PIMo Washington Co CoHlllh High tent tenvperatures te teur tentperaturu
peratures ur and nd drying dryl winds prevailed prevailedduring prtftW4urtJC prenlledduring
during the th week As a result of the th1drouth thedrouth Uteuth
drouth uth spring IIrln wheat Is I net what It Itpromised Itproml i ipromised
promised proml to be earlier In the tbeCIt seaaoa seaaoaO NMoaOdes
O CIt and potatoes pota to are suffering for forwatdrJ torII forwtltWJ
watdrJ H Harrison HarrisonL
L I H MURDOCH MURDOCHSection MURDOCHSection MURDOCIISection
Section Director DirectorLIPb DlrtofL DlrestotLP1
LIPb L rb IN THE TH CITY JAIL JAILThe JAIL JAILThe J IL ILTb8
The following letter k ell r was racelred racelredthis ye4 ye4thll
this morning from a prisoner W the thecity tltttlt1 theelfy
city fallBelow Jail JailBelow jailBelow
Below I give I you the menu of t this thisInstitution tItJ tItJIDltltUtioll thisinstitution
Institution for one week and I think astudy a astudy atud
study tud of It will prove bltertI bltertIIaJtlUttve Interesting end endj nd ndInMtltetlve
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tain very little meat and are very I un unpalatable unpMlata unpalatable
palatable pMlata lt An exception however aa aato a aIII asto
to taste is the th liver Stew t w Which tutu tastealike lutNIlk tutuilk
like Ilk rail Very few of us u ran 1111 eat i > at theliver the theliver the1Ilr
liver A horrible met In the turnip turnliNtew turnipIIle turnipstew
stew IIle The pot pie le It I mall round har harand hard hrdand hardand <
and black Inside lnal e There In no doubt doubtthat iloubthat Ioubtthat
that one could be thrown through a abrick abrtck abrick
brick wall The dinner la I the one given rivenat vn vnt
at t the theenyon canyon where we are at work with withpick withplclr withpick
pick shovel and wheelbarrow The Themeat Tltemeat Themeat
meat used there hu evidently had its ItiJuice I IJUlcel itsjuices
Juice cooked out for stews at the jail jailNow jailNo jailNow
Now No we do not expect to lit down toLuculllan to toLucullian toLuculllan
Luculllan feasts feu In a place like thisbut this thlebut thlabut
but we do expect to get t plain palataMefood palatable
food which will sustain life and enable enableu
u UI to work We do not want to havefood have havefood havfood
food which we cannot eat set before beforeui beCorUII beforeus
uiAfter ui After supper we are locked up In the thecell tileflU thecells
cell and then our agony on begins be In Inearneet IIearnett inearnest
earnest The cells and blanket liter literally literally literally ¬
ally swarm with lice and bed bug bu Wepick We Wepick Wepick
pick the lice off 0 < < our clothe at night nightbut nlptbut nightbut
but It la Impossible I to keep free from fromthem fromthlm fromthem
them Their name If I legion They Theycrawl Theycm Theycrawl
cm crawl over the walla the oelllag and andfloor UtIoor andfloor
floor oor AJ soon aa one lies down he la isattacked laattacked Ieuaclltd
attacked by myriads of them and 1Id inthe In Inthe Inthe
the effort to obtain relief he scratches scratchesand aeratebnd
and nd scratches until patches of akin are aretorn aretom aretorn
torn from the body bod To how how hownumerous bownumroul hownumerous
numerous these the insects are two wo lllua llluatrattonk iliatnUoni Illattxttonk
trattonk will suffice A prisoner afterreturning after afterreturning aftrretftln
returning from work one oa day picked pickedeleven plclEedeleven pickedelewm
eleven from one on sock and anotherpicked another anotherpicked notlanplckd
picked set seven en front a handkerchief handkerchiefThere handkerchIefTltero handkerchIefThere
There IB no exaggeration ratlon In this dee deecrlptlon d dcrlllUon descrlptlon
crlptlon It could b lie drawn In muchdarker much muchdarker mucbwker
darker colon colonThe colorsThe < Olor OlorThe
The medical attendance la wretched wretchedthe retrbMth
the th doctor la I only here once In two twoweek twoWleU twoweeks
week to a month On one occasion he hedirected hedIrected helrechd
directed a prisoner to eat at nothing but butstale butII butstale
stale II aJe bread and boiled milk The Th war warden warden warden ¬
den or jail II keeper refuaed to supply supplythe aupplthe
the milk and nd Mid be b was not running a aboarding aboardlnlr alauding
boarding house houseTbla hou houTbl houseThis
This plate Ife li a disgrace to fair and andfiutlful an anb andbeautiful
beautiful b Salt Lake City Ity and a blot on onthe onth onthe
the th mate ttt All A one on of the papers at the thetime tb tbtlm thetime
time of my m trial gave me m a new tile tileI
I will use liB It aa a nom dV > plume and andUbKCrlUe ud1Um andmibs
1Um UbKCrlUe rlhl myself THE HOBO HOBOBuyers HOBOQ8i8 11000Nnyere
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r ueiiturlw uentudrathat Ibll but of absolute absolutely dettf dettfif dhlflllHll1loUI
if cupoifloun lulr abscllutey root sad ana a aI brsi brsiuliwy
uliwy I direly and irm permanently oemIlUlcntl tcntly and a tFnt I nt i iItliout IItlauu tItlwut
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bl bb to overstate the Importance
tti1o 1Ndtsooverl UiUtooverr r ur r the great goal 111100 nod i set IItIl1utlOll setiction i ii
ctlon i It will will be to I those tOIle ntBlclcd ntBlclcdno 11 wMCI
no MCI at Uiem Ute themeldlanguMngandarqrst themeldlanguMngandarqrstrat 1IIt < t IMiinirli < ind unrnT unrnTfnrMemiftaetliat qTII qTIIf +
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ne fate lac of women vliethot It 1 be a III III1Ie mn mnele u
> ele > be or growth on UM suck cheeks cbeekaI
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t iilcbajr Ilfll > P11 eu i i ant oetlrou tbd theltjre the tiletllr fi fiiis ftsrtl
srtl iis f tl dear ir traetaMut 11I to wAh whtoatin whtoatinvi 1111 t 1111 1111U a avuulrentedeetriptirennmetttilt
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UHJUU hull I be know n to o1i1ltllor o1i1ltlloroJtttl Nil sable attlclrtaU sableo
oJtttl o > taU ci end Id d n trial will be tent 11 hrs fnewar If IfIfft < dtr1cto
> war tr1cto to any I ladwho lid lady who will t erne rite rltelor fort fortltf eel eeletlot I IttI
ltf ttI etlot > iit t a rent tII of ron yon can caDluOIct tee1 tee1lurrlvo sohutIvp
lurrlvo whet hut the be difofff11 d rn < T i II her < t
bless Icl ll ot your own teni fence < < will w lho lhomvtnfnu lbnnvtnr h hnvlnrc
nvlnrc mvtnfnu > you that the treatment MKII RIItfL
atHAIR tfL HAIH will rid you ou of one on of t trrimM tIlIIIIt t11eMmt
11eMmt rrimM t drawbacks to perfect perfectloveiitte perfectloveiittetoe fl lorellnr lorellnrtue 10yII 10yIItlJllffOwtb
toe tlJllffOwtb growth of f superfluoui hair oa the f fr tlr fnr
lr < r neck of women womenFleewucaorttafrt wntseaMeeoeuedorted I IPII
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ratlin h htng < nf of A A trial oar will treatment be Ott lent t ecvtg ecvtgh ou > ou ouhivk ouhie ii iia < <
a hivk hie htekpou you can n I ore ounelf > and pro lion lionWDI e o oilauns ovlelmsby
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the skin In It remorttentliil DOY thll all mifncUr mifncUrmvth thelk thelkmyth lkl lklD1yb
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pitparatlon on f for r naturally uraU rettoruiir rr rrlooks n nnpke 111tIb +
looks ta their otlflnal color Capii CaitrIlsner tI tItWn
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A I CHANCE fOR SCh SCHOOL OOL JOYS AND GIRLSTHE GIRLS GIRLSTHIll 4 4HE
HE reports of the census enumerators of this city ell are now In Wash
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J Ington In a short time the figures will be announced To stimu stimulate stlgtulate r
late Interest among mon our school boys bo and school girls in the subfeet sub subject ¬ t
ject the Deaeret News baa decided to offer o < < r ONE STANDARD DICTI0NARY DIC DIGT1OKART C L LA
T1OKART value 1100 to the boy bf or girl rl who first guesses nearest the thecorrect th thecornet f
correct rrett figure llru The he only onl conditions are that each guesser shall have havebeen ba havebee
been enrolled In tome one on of the schools or colleges of Salt Lake or at atIk atthe t ttlte
Ik the Utah University during durin the year ear just ult put and that each shall be 111ladted hellndted belimited
limited to one guess In CUt of a tie the ownership of the tb dictionary dictionaryshall dictionaryshall I
shall tt be settled by lot The wuaases CU will be recorded daily cIa11 in the order inWhich In Inwhich Inwlatcb
which they Ihe are received The News haa arranged to receive the fig figrtes flgrea ft ftby
rtes rea by wire from the census office olllceia In Washington aa lOOn aa they IQ are areknown rueknown
known and nd the first guess Ill received coming eolleare nearest t the correct flgarw SOonswill flgarwwill n r
will be awarded the prise 1I No guesses ru will be recorded exoept those reg regularly tttJulartr ¬ t tularly
ularly filled out on the guess tIteI coupon below Cut It out and 41 send it wlUt wlUtyour f f
your name your our address 441t11 the school you attended and the figures ftgvreaplainly I figurespWnly r rPial
plainly Pial written wrttt to toThe toThe toThe
The DESWET N NEWS VS CENSUS DEPT OHTS4LT DEPTSALT DEPTf
f SALT LAKE CITY UTAH urtIIf urtIIGUESS UritiL UritiGUESS
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Illy guess 11 ot the population of A Guide to Guessers GuessesPopulation GuessersSlit
Slit Lake City u shown OWJl by the thebeasts c
beasts of 1100 la PO Population lon 0 of Salt Lake LakeSigned
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I hi l Insures wool in storage for any length of time de desired ¬
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This week will end our remarkable ONEFOURTH OFF SALE One week more of ofProfitless oft ofProfitless H
tI t Profitless selling with enough bargains to last just about that long in our ourBOYS ourBOYS H H11I1
BOYS AND CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTf
f We were simply overstocked In the first place although the season has been all that could be expected expectedve
ve e still have a lure stock on hand handWlthprices hndWltb bandWith
Wlthprices With price originally o lnall the lowest now onefourth of those prices gives yon 011 an opportunity tone to he re rej reo r
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BOYS AND AMDGHiLDRENS MENS SUITS SUITSOnoFourth WASH SUITS SUITSSpecial SUITSCHILDRENS
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HOC 00 Bulls at S4M S4MMM Ii It fUM Suits at t 11210 11tt markeddown prices
t MM 00 Bulls at ISTS ISTSM TI ti1Ie05uItsL C1IM Weollult Suits at t p01 oa OII 1300 2Oe 9u1 Suits now UM UMW sa
M 1400 400 00 Pulls at t n 1100 M Mt 010 1000 00 Suit at t 7 M MfTM 01 r6e W Suits now 1y JS JSIK09 ft lM
1 t 1200 M Hulm at I2 2 li liK I fTM to Suits 8ullt at It 16e6 IK09 OO Suit now IJW IJWI17D 11
1 1260 K 60 CI8ulta Hulls Hut at flK 1 HOO 00 Suits Bultt at IS 1116j 76 I17D liE Suits Iult now no II IITHE llli llliTHE r1MTHE 1
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t 61 6 63 65 Main Street StreetKTOITOfWEJtl StreetHI x
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