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Mr Galin Galinr Galin1Iol
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fua b had tnt < llied contnuing
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raJt bgn the floor so often oftenr
K the blll bil llldfl lJl that before 11001 he resumed resume resumee oten otenlurin
1 H lurin e r Sfnlu enate tho th day went into It executive executve session sessionfew
Itd adjourned few minutes mlBUlMthe atter atterId
Duln Id IdDuln the consideration conslderaton of moriijnp moriijnpa 10rningulne
autll0llzln autll0llzlnPltt auth
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ulne I burV bi Carnegie Western Westernonstruct eRtorn eRtornIlld
te Pltt rJlbur company t > onstruct a 1 brldRO brldROriver hrl gp gpcoas
Illd river at Pitts PittsQuay
coas te Alegheny ut 1lts 1ltsturg
turg turgr r Quay then objected obJe tcl to tho pas pasof IJasJr
further bills by II unanimous unanimousW unnnlmOU3twat
of any a 11s
W twat jf Member iN D moved to toCMldcr toralder
> Ir clumler
CMldcr the pure food fo bill bi passed by IJYtie
fa anl on a yea and nay vo 00 00te to toDie
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Die tie motion prevailed pllt 01 Jen 40 to IS The TheU Thl Thlbl
te molon amendment wan wanureeil waI
U was r rend ad and Ind nn
bl ureeil wa to providing that nothing In InthVact InI
thVact I ree should rorldlnl be held to apply to sub subistenw substenc
I e apl
at shuld
istenw or materials jnanufacturcd manufncturel anil anilnil amiol
nil stenc exclusively for use in the arts and andIrduetrips nld nldlrduttr1rB
Irduetrips ol echlJvely bJt only when h n manufae manufaetired IHlutac IHlutactre
lrduttr1rB tired and sold ns n drugs or foods foodsConsideration fooI
tre Consideration Ind soll was aJ not lot concluded conclulcd at atJcclctk
ConsJernton statehood bill came camef comeIlle
Jcclctk 2 cclc wten Len tho lltehod bi
< f e the sehate sehateThe sehnleThe
Ille The th debate on the tie statehood statchod Ml Mlturned jl
turned on polygamy ol gamy Mr McCornns McCornnsetarted McComaselared
etarted turnd It vejterdnrby eslerdn b crltlclslns crltelslng the thetrtdlns lle llerndla
trtdlns elared bill bi ns n being too 10 liberal lberl Mr MrUlllnjer MrClner
Ulllnjer Wilylnu today tol paid fall ho was wasvllllng IM11ng
Clner 1tlylng
vllllng tvt I t a Btrons nn amendment amendmentW nmendmento1d
W 11ng could o1d be drawn lmwn prohibiting prohibitingshould prhlblt
Jrgamyshouil should be I Inserted Inserlel In the theML theUL
MLMr ULr Mr r Hal crltliiscd crHkl 11 the tie exercise of oftmr offtr
tmr by the Mormon Church ChurchMr
ftr Mr r WVren Warrcl asserted aS lrtel that the Mor Morirons Ior Iorrons
irons rons exercised Uflsed no control contol In hU hUUte hIsstte
Ute UteMr
stte Mr r Dubols Duboll docltred docltell that no nofoygaml8t norOIlamlst
could high O OIllcallllace ¬
foygaml8t coull occupy nny po political
litical Illcallllace place without the consent conselt of tho thoRat thort
Rat rt preside IrUldenC wy of theMormonChurch theMormonChurchTic the3IormonCllreh the3IormonCllrehTM
Tic TM same Inlluence Inluence he said was IUS ex exerdied exmJied
erdied in New Nel Mexico and Arizona ArizonaHt Arlzonnle
Ht le raId that Idaho could control the theJlcrmon th
Jlcrmon lcron people whenever It so 10 de deilred lieIr
ilred Ir If I the Mormon Monon people shuld shuldcp oh uht uhtopnlr
cp opnlr nly through their first frst presidency presidencyhtfrterc 11resldenelttrfm
htfrterc lttrfm In the politics poltc8 of Idaho he heWHIM h hut
WHIM ut gutantee to take the thl stump and anddlifranchis onddlfranchl
dlifranchis dlfranchl every enr Mormon In II one onecwpaign on oncampaign
campaign cwpaignMr
Mr r Hale lale rtpll that the mallei1 matc was wasi 03 03dark
i dark element that t could coull not bo pen penetrated pcnaIP ¬
etrated aIP by the light lght that thn usually munl 11 11hnmatw 1
hnmatw Imlnatl and Cnd enlightens enlJhten communities communitiescentrally communltlel
centrally rtnu31 In the states statesMr 8tnles3r
Mr 3r Teller T ler nld d the Mormon Church Churchli
li I ill al powerful and that whenever it itWk I
Wk ke thrnunh thrnulh Its la flrsf fr presidency the thejwat thcIrtat
jwat body bd of the Church responded rupondel to tothe toIbe
the demand that was made madeJlr madeUr
Jlr Rawllns Hawlns of nah spoke of tho thortxclamatlon thorta
rtxclamatlon rta aton of the head hen of the Mor Mornwrrhurr Moron
nwrrhurr on hurch h In 1S50 19 declaring that there therejhould
jhould bould b a re r iattin of polygamy polAnmy nnd nll
tMt thi the Mornwn otmon Church should be
Ultn oat of politic olt and that Mor MorCUTIGURAP or orCUTICURA
r r li U m in int
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In Ca es of lng
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to Best est and an Most Economical
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y A hovel noc preparation in a novel novelform nove
form orm The test lilvcr lvr polish polsh the thewotld thevotld
wotld produce produceAll ci I IAl
All Al rtiponilbl a eniiiirtV a P t tmon
JewtlenVetpIt Jewee keel II IImOis ceol Icke
mon mOis were free to express their tlelr polit political 101t 101tleal ¬
ical preference IlrrrelOII 1 ns U they saw nt ft There Thereupon ThereUIJOn ¬
upon the faiil sall opposition oIJoNlton to the admis admission ndmlsslon ¬
sion of Utah Uah QS CS n ntfito > wan wa removed He Hedcclaredi Helowoer
dcclaredi however lowoer that thlt tho Mormon MormonChurch Mormol
Church Inlluence nluence In politics poltcs In II Vtnh Vtnhstill ttt1ll
still ll Is nn Important factor factorMr tnctorI
Mr I Rpooner Inquired U1qulrel If I It was true truethat truethot
that tho first fut presidency could dictate dictatewhether lictnto lictntowhether
whether or not a 1 Mormon should IhoUld hold holdn holl
n public publc Ioltcnl political oillco oflo Mr Dubois an anHWeied onIWelet
HWeied IWelet the t Ie question Qucston by mating stCtng that no noMormon n
Mormon Mortun would wull run for a high polit political llt lltICI ¬
ical ICI ofllco oOeo Without tho llo consent ot the theDrat theOnt
Drat presidency presidencyMr
Mr Itawllni nlwlhllmid said that when wlon the ap approval n npromlln ¬
proval In tflven the man Inn goes loe1 forth with withthe wll
the th benediction benedicton of the Church ChurchWhile ChurchWhie
While Whie the other man lan Interjected InterjectedMr
Mr Hale llIe rests under uncol the frown of oftho oCthe
the Church ChurchMr
Mr Ilawllni nawln replying to Mr Hale Halesaid Inle Inlesa
said sa II he did ll not t know 1101 that thin thlI wM wMthe wsth
the th cane cle with wlh any other church An Answerlni Al
swerlni Mr lr Spooner Mr Hawllns lw118 uald ualdhe tnll
he h did dl not core to tl enter ent r upon the ques question < ues ueston ¬
tion ton < as CS to whether tho full tul scope scpe of ofthe ofthe
the power of the MonnonChurch ever evercame evercame
came to the knowledge ii iiJit ulII
Jit II Ilawllns ltlwlnsdocilrod declared that tmt there was wasn
n laree element Ielent which would over overthrow OVtI OVtIthrol ¬
throw throl the church domination domlnalon in the theaffairs theufnlrs
affairs ufnlrs of tha sule stale because It I wax ob obnoxious obnxious ¬
noxious nxious to them th r Ilie he disposition llsll081Uon to do dothin lo lothl
thin thl he nalt nld Is II growing and In Utah Utahconditions UtahconllUIU
conditions conllUIU are ImprovlnK ImprovlnKllepljlrf Inprmlpl
llepljlrf 1ellII to Mr McConiaB M ComiB he ad admitted al ¬
mitted mlted that a majority of the thl legisla legislature l gI9Iatur ¬
ture tur uro membeiH Iletle of the Mormon MormonChurch MormonChurch
Church nlthough nlhouRhhe ho eald Inll they have havenot hnvcnot
not discriminated llhcrllllhlltNI against olalnst nonMor nonMormon nn lMoI
mon mon on rcllgloui rCIIlou trroumls trroumlsMr urounc
Mr Hale remarked that the debate debatehud lebnto lebntohnt
hud hnt been 1111 Interesting Intcre tnR valuable and andElnrtHiiff andEtitll
ElnrtHiiff Etitll H had disclosed dlscloset he ald aldn Id Idpowerlul
n powerful Mlplous relloul orRAnlzatlon OIAlnlzrton ex exertltiK exertn
ertltiK ertn ItOlf OB 11 a 1 dominant domlnnlt potential potentialforvc potental potentalforo
forvc over the mind < and nnl action acton of its itsfollowctB lb lbtoJoWCIH
followctB toJoWCIH It I U the power to bind bindand Il
and looue he said 1nlt If I there U any nnythine anytllnS
thine tllnS In 11 tho spirit of American Insti Institutions Instltutons ¬
tutions tutons It Is s he continued contnued that It ItIs I
Is nover 1cr permls perllsAIIle lile on the part of the theauthorities tll
authorities autorlte of tt religious rlHrloua urKnnlzatlons urKnnlzatlonsto Ollnlznlons Ollnlznlonsto
to exerclfo erllfo control In temporal mat matters matterH ¬
ters oyer lie 11 followers tololvcr and nnl to Influence Influenceelections InnuencoI
elections I ctons This hls day hns not been 111 111spent I
spent lid ifedorct jn bringing1 brln lng out outconditions outcOlllron
conditions cOlllron that qbtnln qltnln where whercthe tho Mor Mormon Mormon ¬
mon Church has hnl sucured Bccurelll Its lodgment lodgmentHe 10 Jgmentle
He le said snll thp tll lessons Je sOns taucht trlht ought to tosink tosink
sink Into the II minds mlndl of senators and andshould andRhoult
should ho o taken Into account In tho thofuture thafutlrc
future futlrc legislation legislationMr Icglsllton IcglslltonIr
Mr Ir Patterson of Colorado said Ball the thechief thechlet
chief desire ceslre Pateson of the thl Mormons Iorlons Is to re remain reo reoInln ¬
main Inln jn favor with wih the party in power powerMr powerIr
Mr Ir Patterson Pntern declared declnel that If any sect sectwas sctwallnrro
was wallnrro Itvrpe cnouKh onoulh and strong cnouRh to tobecome tobecome
become a factor In the political poltlcnl life lfe of ofthe ofth
the th country that church would puisuo puisuotho pursuotho
tho same course ns la the Mormon MormonChurch MormonChurch
Church ChurchMr
Mr McConma McColll cited cHCt the law making makingUtah maIlingUtnhn
Utah Utnhn n stateand Itltlamlstld eald that If the Mor Mormons MOrmono ¬
mono could bo 1 rM of this dark shadow shadowthey Iho o otlfY
they tlfY would reap renl the rewards rew s of their theirloll thehtoll
loll nnd nnl of their trials trlnl The Abolition Abolitionof ololton ololtonot
of polygamy nnd the domination Itomilaton of a asecret I
secret stcrct hierarchy hlrreh would meet with ap applause lp lpplauR ¬
plause and nll approval n pro11 of our people peopleMr
Mr Quay Qua said sol < lie was W not just now nowprepared now11r
prepared 11r llnrell or authorized authorlel to accept tin tinamendment unnmellm
amendment nmellm nt to the bill bl embodying 0mbolllg the theKdnmtida the1dmullda
Kdnmtida law nnd applying It I to Ari Arizona rl rlzona ¬
zona nnd nlt New Mexico The best way wayto
to t settle R t that question que tol he said was to tofix tofx
fix fx a day In for torn a vote on the bill billMr hii hiiMr
Mr McComnfi McCOlnn continuing onUnulnl character characterized characterIled ¬
ized Iled the prohibition 1lhlbllon of polygamy lllnmm as asconnected al
connected In II the Utah Utal enabling l1nblng act actne nctao
ne ah impotent pretense of restriction restrictionwithout restricton restrictonwithout
without nny leual 11101 efficiency elcenc He Te hoped hopedConffrecs hoperCOllrN1
Conffrecs COllrN1 would oUII not pass PI I such a bill billnnd bi
nnd thus bo recreant r lrcant to the moral sen sentiments l n ntn1int ¬
timents tn1int of nur nUl country and nnl mankind mankindMr
Mr Ir Kenn who hail hl yielded the floor floorto
to first one senator enRor and then another anotherduring nnotheduring
during the entire entre dny started to con contlnUe COl
tlnUe tnUe his remarks rmarks begun yesterday yesterdaywhen eaterlny eaterlnywhen
when thu thl senate eniic at 430 4 30 p pm m went wentInto wentInto
Into executive execute session and anI at 540 p m madjourned 1
adjourned atJoUrnet until unti tomorrow tomorrowMAOKDONlAN tomorrow11fCmONi
Ijondun Ionlon Hall nalJ News StnrlH Slnrll A Die DieAgitation I
Agitation t Hatll Over It ItLondon HIondon
London Feb C GThe The Dally Dal News this thismorning thlmorhlg
morning morhlg starts stlrt a blfr IG agitation nglulon on the theMacedonian th
Macedonian It publisher a athreecohminilelter
11 ncelonlnn question I IIUllSheR
threecohminilelter threecolumn leter from its I specialcommissioner special peclllcOlmlnsloner
commissioner cOlmlnsloner nt Dubnltzn Dunlza Bulgaria Bulgariadescribing Du11111u Du11111udescribing
describing In great Irtat detail letal alleged nlged Turk Turkish urk urkhh ¬
ish attrocltles ntrocltel as ni related rla tcd by b the fugi fugitives fugltV ¬
tives tV there The correspondent corresponlent declares declaresthat declnresthlt
that thlt 0000 00 refugees from Macedonia Macedoniahave lncedonla lncedonlabe
have fled fel to Bulgaria lulgnrll on that account accountSimilar nccountSImiar
Similar SImiar stories storleshavc have been current In InproMacedonian InPIO
proMacedonian PIO llc OIIn organi otgOI for weeks pnt pntThe pn t
The Times correspondent eOr 11Qndent nt Vienna Viennanlso Vlenll
nlso discusses tlscURses the question qltelton and nli snyr snyrCount 111
Count WelKerhelmfl Wel erhelmf assurances usurancel were werepossibly Wf11
possibly posslblytounlcd founded upon the assumption assumptionthat OllUlpton OllUlptonthnt
that mitlilnt nthlnl more serious than a strug struggle atrui ¬
gle gil between batwcc Bulgaria lulJrla and Turkey win winto WUto
to be b apprehended npprehenlennlthnt nnd that such strug struggle strugtie ¬
tie would probably rchialn rctaln Isolated IsolatedServla IsolatedServla
Servla and anlGreece Greece maintaining n neu neutrality neutrly ¬
trality trly toward to rd TUrkey Turke In any an cuJK1 cuJK1Continues P PContlnueH
Continues ContlnueH the correspondent Crrespondent the situ situation ltunton ¬
ation nton Is II viewed ICwel with apprehension olllJrchenslol and anduneasiness anlI
uneasiness prevails concerning Her Hermatiys
neulnela prlols conclrln c
I matiys supposed osel lymathetc sympathetic attitude attitudetoward ntlulo i ilowarll
toward Turkey Tlr IUI ey and the publication pullcaton of ofthe otthe
the AustroBusslan program prognm 1 I awaited awaitedWith Iwalted IwaltedIth
With Ith impatience Impatence ns being elnJ a possible pOlsblc lev lever lever ¬
er for the prevention prevento ot ttouble ttoubleOut
Out Money Ionlr Under Fnl J n1e c IrctrnxcH IrctrnxcHBillings IrcrnMeH IrcrnMeHnlnJs
Billings Mont Feb BC T Vea Wcatherby Veatherby
therby nlnJs was arrtnted nrrtted here hct today toda on the thecharge thechnrge
charge WIS of obtaining 1900 9000 from H 1 A AHydo Abll
Hydo bll bf Luvcrne Minn lnn years Irs ago by byforged ly lyforgelt
forged cHecks and notes He was wasknown Wn
known here h re ns W 11 J Moran Sheriff SheriffBlack hcrlr
Black nck of luverne luere who 10 came here betl to tothke toth
thke th c back bntk an nlleged uleged embeialcr saw sawVcatherby In InWentherby
Vcatherby nnd onl recognised icognl711 him Let Letttrs Lt Lttfrs
ttrs tfrs from trol his Ill wife established fstnblshell his Iden Identity Ident ¬
tity titylcv t ty tyew
> lcv ew Chinese Chlnee Coiniiieralul Co Ilenily IlenilySnn Hrncl HrnclSnn
Snn Francisco Cal Cat Feb 6The 6TheChln The TheChina
China Chln Commercial eommrt lal Steamship Sten1shlll company companylimited companIhnlcll
limited Ihnlcll has hal completed Clllleted all al auangemenls auangemenlsfor nlrangementl
for t r Its new line lne between beween China Japan JapanMexico JapanextcO
Mexico extcO and Han Framlsco Frlnlls o and on onMarch onatch
March atch 27 j the first Irst vessel of the licet leet will willlijave wi
lijave Hongkong HongkongJ
Ipac 10ngkoM 10ngkoMJ
J V C Comfort for the past three threeyears threetarl
years tarl freight agent at this port for forthi forth
thi > Kosrnos smos line 1M ha been appointed appointedgeneral oppolntednneral
general ngont for Ban Francisco Jen Oenlwel JenIxnvell
Ixnvell lwel J Ba Holland Of the city clr of Mexico Mexicohas IIdc IIdchts
hts has been be n appointed aplolntel government gOernrent repre represntatlvc reprts
s sntatlvc + ntate at that place and E1ot Elliott and andInnge DndJnge
Innge havo c been b en Installed Instalel as ngenls olents at atManzanlllo alllnzlnlo
Manzanlllo llnzlnlo Lyman Llan J Murray of this thiscity thllciy
city Is general counsel tor the steam steamship teamIhlp ¬
Ihlp ciy ship company In the United UnUel States 8t el and andMexico ad adMexico
MexicoThe Mexico MexicoThe
The line lne will wi be Inaugurated Innuirnted with withcliartcrcd wltl
cl cliartcrcd uttrcd stennuhlps Itenihlps each with wih a 1 car carrying ct ctrrll ¬
rrll rying capacity atty of fro trm n 70M 7O to 9000 9000Ujns 90
lejl Ujns Those ThQ11 so far lrcrnlere chartered are the theLothian theJpthlnn
Lothian Atholl AtIOI JO Chins Chin Wo and Cln Clnvrlnff Clnrlng
vrlnff rlng There will 1 be n sleamtr every everyS enrrcQ1
S days The veireli will wi have nccom nccommodatlchs nccommoatlh
moatlh modatlchs cQ1 for a 1 lArpt Idl number r of steer steerage ster sternte ¬
age pasengern pa enJerl but for or the present prsenl the therdmpany theMmpRn
rdmpany will wi make no attempt Itempt to enter enterthe entertholegullr
the tholegullr regular passenger pnungel trade tradeTo tradeTo
To Detect Irc fitmlcntM Stlllcnl for Oxford OxfordKanea O rorll rorllAn1
Kanea An1 city Vo Feb cb CDr deorse deorseIt
It < Parkfti lirkrl or Toronto rotnlo Canada who whorapreiiehtsthe who1Lrt8thtlthe
rapreiiehtsthe trusteei und under r the Cecil Cecilftiode Ceci
1Lrt8thtlthe tuUe
nJde8 ftiode will 1 to 6 dcl < V upon uJn the method methodby retho
brIhlth by fthlth frve tre loholanhlpn to Oxford Oxforduniversity OXor
university are lre to be b awarded a wared to Arnerl Arnerlnri merlan
nri toyi held a conference In this city citywith citywih
wih with 0 the th president ptHIMnt uf the universities unl rlle i
of the southwest A tentative arrange arrangeinent alrnngement
inent was completed complCted and a man mal from fromeach rol
each of the tle states and territories will willbo wi
bo b Kent lent to Oxford Oxord In not under the theterms theterms
terms ot the will wi The h conference rec recommended reeormendcl ¬
ommended ormendcl that the ti president of each eachBtato nchtnto
Btato or territorial tcrrloal university univerity should shouldappoint shouldFllolnt
appoint two or four heads of education educationHi lucaton
Fllolnt c
Hi 1 Institutions Insttulons In hl state which with withhimself wih wihhImself
himself 03 chairman hall hal onstltuto onaliutl a acommittee ILcommitee
committee commitee of selection s lelon The following followingwere tlowlng tlowlngWlre
were Wlre present IJesent nt the conference conferolee Prcel Prceldept Presldelt
dept delt William Wllnm Pralher lrther University Urheultv of ofTexas otTexas
Texas President D tt Boyd tOt university universityof UnlerSlto
of o Oklahoma President Henry Henr L Hurt Hurtojf lart lartzog
zog ojf fniverslty lllvrl of Arkansas trkalas Dr W S SChablm SChahln
Chablm Chahln Washington o university unlerl St StLouis StIUls
of Louis IUls Missouri MissouriHnnln MluourlSJfiu and old Dr 1r W B l Urowti lown University Universityof Ullvor ty tyot
Hnnln SJfiu rtccoKiiUes f collbel Cuban C1111 FUe FUeMadrid Flai
Madrid Feb C GTho Tho minister mlnt ter of for foreign torelgn ¬
eign affairs nlalrlclies denies positively Ilosllvol that nny nnyrepresentations lY lYlepresentntona
representations lepresentntona have been bt n made mnlo to the theCuban thoCubnn
Cuban minister nt Madrid Honor Selor Mer Mercian CI CIchan ¬
chan rcgaullng relaldllJ the hoisting IIOlltll there ot otthe o othe
the Cuban Has n over hla residence e ldlhce Thu ThuCuban Chl
Cuban minister Ilnltor 19 II declared to bo acting actingwithin netng netngwihin
within wihin his rights In II dltplaylng < hplulnl the he ling lingthe lng lngIhe
the day lay he presented reentell his hil credentials credentialsand cellentnll
and the government goermol recognizes belli hull tho thoCuban thl
Cuban minister antI the iubnn Hug lng lngt
It t Is understood here howaver howoe that thatthe thatthe
the Spanish SIJnlsh government RCelnwnt has hn advised utv1ell Its Itsminister
minister at Havana 1aann not to hoist the theSpanish theSpunlsh
Spanish Hug laA on 01 assuming Is6umlng oiDce oiDceBnrioloua oi e en
Bnrioloua n reeloln AnnrchlNt nu HclictiifH HclcmcR Pull PullMadrid PII
Madrid Iathl Feb 6 GAt At u cabinet council councilpresided counci
presided IJrcldel over OWl by the king Premier Prller 8ll 8llvela 81
vela announced tllnoUICld that tblt tho anarchist anarchistHchetnea aUlrchlHt aUlrchlHtIch
Hchetnea Ich mei In connection connecton with wih the strike strikeut tllkeut
ut Barcelona Iprcolona hud failed tnled Tho premier premierconfirmed premierconnrmll
confirmed connrmll the success succell of the sultan sulan of ofMorocco otNOIOCC9
Morocco which he said sol would wlult contrib contribute contrlbute ¬
ute to the maintenance mllnteuanco of the status statusquo etatusquo
quo He le added adlllt that tmt all ni the powers KO KOosnlzed recognlzed
osnlzed Spains Slnln right tigh to havo a voice voiceIn voicoIn
In any al intervention Interventon In Moroccan I toccnn affairs affairsAdvocates nlalrs nlalrsd
Advocates d VOCI I 08 Franco Jrn lCI American l rtca 1 Alliance AllianceParis I luncl lunclJarls
Paris FobC Fob GThc The Marqulfl arqull of Cas Castellane Castelane
tellane telane the father of Count Bonl lonl de deCastcllane de191elhlne
Castcllane 191elhlne has an article artcle In the EC ECInlrc Iclalro
Inlrc this morning morllngln In which he advo advocates nlo nlocates ¬
cates an alliance alancl letwte between the United UnitedStates Unlel
States und France I rnce with wih tho objpct of ofkeeping otlleeplnl
keeping Germany GermnlY and anl tl the rest of Eu Europe I u ulOfe ¬
rope out of South America The writer writerasserts writernssertl
asserts nssertl that such fuc1 nn alliance alance would wouldplace wouldplnco
place the Monroe olroe doctrine ln shelter shelterfrom sheltertrom
from all ni attack ntnl without costing cbstll a drop dropof drol
of blood bloodMovement blooc blooclemcnt
Movement lemcnt Aualnit laI15t Cnpltnl In Hn 111Shl 111Shlrondon sla slaLondon
London Feb eb C GAccorling According to a n tele teleKrnm telerom
Krnm < rom from Kleff I lor published Ilhl chel In the theTlmeij thehle
Tlmeij hle this morning n t Widespread lle rend and andwell nnlwel
well wel organized seditious scdl10uI movement movementagainst moementngalnst
against capitalism coplalsm hn been discovered discoveredIn e1scoerel
In South Hussian lu9sInn labor labo circles nnd on It ItIs I
Is rumoied rumolt11 that three industtlnl Indullllal areas areaswill nrenswi
will wi bo placed 1lncel under martial martni law lawGerman InwGetmnn
German Customs ClatomR Tar Corll CorllDerln Iff IffBerlin
Berlin Derln Feb 6 GAt At a banquet ot the theagricultural lhealrlcultural
agricultural alrlcultural council counci held last I st night nightChancellor nightChancelor
Chancellor Chancelor von on1uelow Huelow referring to the thecompletion thecmnpleton
completion cmnpleton ot the tht new lew German Germnn customs customstariff customtnrlf
tariff tnrlf announced that the government governmentwould Iocrnment Iocrnmentwouhl
would give particular attention ntenton to the thaInterests theInterests
Interests of agriculture agrIculure In the negoti negotiation negot ¬
ation nton of new commercial comlneclnl treaties treatiesPROTEST trentes trentesHOlESr
leflerson Jeferson Ulnliifr 1lllnl Company Objects to toAction toActon
Action Acton of State Stile and Lund Hoard HoardThe oardThe
The Consolidated Consol < nted Jefferson ererson Gold GoldCopper Goil
Copper Mining company has his filed fel a I pro protest protest
test against the sale ot section secton 36 36township 36township
township 2 south ranee rnje 1 cast by b the thestate thestate
state board of land tnnl commissioners un under undcr ¬
der tho enabling ennblng net and nnl the matter matterwas mater materwas
was partially considered con81derel nt a special specialmeeting speclnlmeetng
day meeting meetng da tartnlY of the land board loatl hold holl yester yesterday yesterda ¬
dayTho Tho question queston Involved In the protest protestof
of the company Is the right of the state stateunder stateun
under un er the enabling ennblng act to claim el lm and andsell Inl
sell sections of land upon which miner mineral ¬
sel scetons
al veins are arC discovered dlscocrel or lo set aside asidesuch sldeIuch
such Iuch and for school IclOI purples purP5sel It I Is a amatter amater
matter mater of vast lst Importance nnd all will wi un undoubtedly ondoubted ¬
doubted have to be settled lettel In the thecourts thecourts
courts The Xhecnablng enabling act provides proviles that thatthe thatthe
the state shall Ihal segregate seIAregate sections sectons 21C 21Cand 2 IG IGant
and 35 throughout the state for forschool forschool
school ant purposes pUposes In II compliance complance with withuuch withluch
uuch luch provision the sidle land board hna hnasold In8 In8lold
sold lold section 30 3 In township nnd nnl range rangestated raneestntel
stated secton above which It claims It has hasthe hnsthe
the right to tt do for the reason that nt ntthe ntthe
the time said snlllnl land was get et apart to the thestate thestate
state lme under the enabling enblng net there had hadbeen hadbeen
been no unler mineral discovered on the tame tameand samennt
and nnt It was as considered conslderel as nonmineral nonmineralland
land landU InnI U I Is claimed by the th company complny that thatmineral thntminerI
mineral minerI was discovered In section Blcton 35 35long 36long
long before statehood stltehood and 111 that the state stateshould stateshould
should therefore relinquish r lnqnlh said 8lld sec sectlon socton
tlon ton and 101 select sele t other school lands lanls In Inllou Inleu
llou thereof It I Is I stated atNt that the same samequestion lIamoqueston
question leu Is Involved In a I great denl denlmori Inl InlInor
queston mori land which the th flnle Is I holding holdingns ho1n ho1nns
ns school land Innl Further Furtht1 consideration considerationof Ionsilernton Ionsilerntonof
of the matter mater will wil be t had later on onUii ont onWIrJ
Another Clmrcli Chltch for Snit Lake City cllo clloJJo o oJo
Jo Built Bnl Soon SoonM 8001
M 1 8 V Trent sends I the following followingto olowlng olowlngto
to the NeWh Nel with wlh a request rcquet for pub publication pubIlatln ¬
lication licationThe Ilatln IlatlnThe
The first Unitarian Uniarian society loclHy of Salt SaltLaVe Sal
LaVe > n deeW decided t to make IpalJl1ngements IpalJl1ngementsforlhwlh arrangements arrangementsforthwith
forthwith forlhwlh for the erection erecton of o n 0 church churchof chulch chulchot
of Its own OWI unnn urln n desirable 11 lrbe and ample amplelot ampll
lot on the th east rnat side of town that has hnaalready hasalremlY
already been selected Mllcted The The 10clft < ocl ty ban banlong haRlonl
long fell t the Inconvenience and ln disad disadvantage Ilsad Ilsadvantnge ¬
vantage of b lnc dependent UKm Illn ever evervarying evr evrnnlnQ
accommodations that thatCOFFEES thatCOFEES
varying nnlnQ rented rent I ccommoelntons
A Tfnnis Ttnn vlliMrltli vlliMrltliThe 111141 lxrtrllnrf lxrtrllnrfThe
The man of medicine can cln tell tc1 many manyInteresting man manIntercstnl
Interesting Intercstnl tales when whtn he h hns hil a mind mindto
to but the most mOlt Interesting Intert tng of all al la lawhen 19when
when he tells of the benefits to be had hadfrom h011trom
from pure ure tels scientific lIelcntle food and drink drinkOiuch drinkuch
Oiuch uch as ni Postuin Io tum Food Joo1 Coffee Core used mel In Inplace Innlle
place of ordinary coffee coffeeIn
nlle ofe1nar ctte ctteII
In II an ti tplc explicit letter let r from a n phyc phycclan phFIclan
clan of Henderfons Cross Itoadn ItoadnTenn
ff Icneronl lros HoalA HoalATenn
Tenn He H says sa I I drank dtnl coffee coree until Int I Iwas Iwal
was wal a n physical 1 wreck rlck suffering llrfrlng with withconstant wih wihcns
constant cns tan nnd severe headaches heart heartburn heartburn ¬
burn and extreme nervousness Plnnlly PlnnllyI Jlnnl
I became bH are a continued dyspeptic dSllcpte and andconsequently nndconulenty
consequently conulenty weak nnd anl Irritable Irrlfble al although althoulh ¬
though thoulh I am by I nature t1ture very er ptrong ptrongand strolg strolganlt
and cheerful rherul I lost lo t about K 2 pound pound1lnally Ilounl
1lnally Plnnl my m nerves were chattered phntercll to tosuch to5Mh
such an extent that tuH I fould oult regularly regularlywake Nlull
wake nlc from sleen Ih a hlehly hl hly nervous nervousnnd nerau neraunmt
nnd excited ciNI condition conl1lnn By D day Iln I suffer suffered sufer sufered ¬
ed from nttncks atAckl of vertUo rllo snd Inll pnlpl pnlpltatlon pnlpltntnn
tatlon of the heart hlart then I begri be to be believe e elee ¬
lieve tntnn lee It was Wn tho tht work wok of ciffpe Irlt The Thoconstant Theonstlnt
constant onstlnt overstimulation oerlttUIAton of the car cardlac cnrdlu
dlac ganglia gngln of nerves el from trm coffee corC had hadproduced hal
produced prdlctl exhaustion exhau ton of the governing governingapjurntus
apjurntus npll tll of tho h heart arU The sllcntest sllcntestxertlon II hlest hlestxerton
xertlon worried me nlmost to t collapse collapseMy colall
ss My 1 xerton hair hall grew ew gray dllhough alholll I wag wn but butss
3 My Ir knowledge knoilg n n phyrfcUn phlcln told toldme tol
me my condition xvns n8 terlous I quit quitthe quitthe
the ue Ue of cdffec cdre and Improved for a awhile ahle
while hle but very nI slowly Then my I fttten ftttenlinn aten atentnn
called r tutn I rot some somemndo
linn was W ralCl to 10fltln Iom IommAdo
mndo tnn it I I right rlht nnd found It Itllelclo ItllelcloIn delirious deliriousIn
In ft I week tek I could roull en N as heartily heartilyan h rt
an ever without the least lelt distress dl tre to tomy
my al stomach or Injury to my I nerve I Irained JIllne
1 rained flesh n h tin Into to 1S2 IS pounds nnd th thdisordered the thediorer
disordered Illne condition of Ih tM heart hert ceas ceased u uell ¬
ed diorer 1 am now t condllon free frtl from rheumatism rheumatismjrhltli theumlt m mAhch
ell jrhltli oppressed me n1t steadily st dl While Whie I Iw JWI
w using coffee coffeePostums
WI Postums cQtee cQteeJ1ostUI8 discovery his lu been nnd nndwill nndcontnuo
will J1ostUI8 continue to dlcoerr be a b1 blHlng < f ting I hope hO Its Itsufe Is Isue
ufe Will contnuo extend txtend until untl 1 cwrefc cbrt one of the themost lIl lIlln
most t widespread 1 Iderul and phy phlral lrally Injuri Injurious InJurloUa ¬
ous ln of all alltmullntl stimulants known to mAteria mAteriaJ mnurla mnurlamcJIca
mcJIca el Ira IhAI hsll b reltgat rel itel d to Its I proper properri poper poperJbr
J ri re l slde morphine torphtie and Itl cocaine cocaineName cocaineame
Jbr application ont to Pos Postgm
Name ame glvert gherupon upon IlpJr 10s 10st
tgm t n Co BtlU Cmk C k Midi MIcI
If You Only Find I llel Out the Kl Jtht JthtOfurlo ht htCourse
Course Ofurlo to 1ursiic 1ursiicMany lurIlc lurIlcony
Many ony phytlclans philenns who advertisetocure advertiseto adertIRttocur
cure ptlesf without the aid Ihlot of tho thoknife thoknle
cur knife ple simplyuse shUll lr yuao Pyramid Jyramlc Pile > Cure Cureremedies Curotemedle
remedies temedle They The do BO because brcluse they thejknow theyknow
know It Is the bcsl medicine for ob obtaming obtlnlng
taming a proper combination of the themost theIMst
tlnlng I
most Kclentlfl chftn < r Ingredient Ingredlentl for the cure cureof curoof
of piles pilesPyramidTile
PyramidTile Cure Is not In nn ni ex experimental exjerlmentr ¬
perimental stage but Is tin 11 cMabllhei cMabllheiremedy Cllnblhhel
remedy jerlmentr and l a recognized Iecognlzell and Dlt used uGel by bytho bytho
tho best physicians in the country He HeIng Df
Ing In1 In suppository form torl It reaches tlches the thetrouble thotroulle
trouble troulle nt lt once nnd the healing healn procen procenIs PfoccsaIs
Is quick and effective efcclVOj Immedlato ImmcIllt re resuits roo rooBUII
suits BUII nre Rt obtained nnd before the te pa patient t1aent ¬
tient ent realizes realzes the fact ho has hn recov recovered recoVeld ¬
ered from rnl tho pain suffering ourrln and anllrtll Irrita Irritation ¬
tion ton which this trouble trolblt causes causesChildren Cnlle8 Cnlle8Chllll
Children Chllll vh6 h suffer slltel from thl palnfutrouble palnfu pnintultrouble
trouble obtain oltnln relief relet nt once It I Is 11 wol wolwith wel
with wih a very Yor yoUrlfr child chil to reduce reluco the theslste thesl
slste sl e of the cubposltory u Qnl Jslory before using usingHowever uslur uslurJowoer
However Jowoer If children ch Ilen are afflicted ntnctll with withplleu withIllev
plleu Illev they tey nhoUld IIUll bo 10 treated without withoutdelay i
delay lel or tho trouble may Iny berolhchlunlr become becomechronic
chronic chlunlr Hundreds Juldre18 of little lite onea hnvo hnvobeen
been b el cured with wih Pyramid lalil Pile Pie Cure CureThe CureThe I
The prevention reventon of piles ples Is better that thatthe tballthe
the euro CUI and they 110 can be le prevented flrec ted U Uonly Ifonh
only peoplewould look to the regular regularity nlutar nlutarIy ¬
ity Iy of the bowels nnd not become con conBtlpnted Cal
Btlpnted pntl Consurailon eon trlol nnd Its Is dttaiid dttaiidant dtnnl
ant nlt Ills 11 can bu avoided by 1Y the use lHl of ofPyramid
Pyramid 111 PlUs Pis I The proprietors of 0 tho thoPyramid
Pyramid 1 mll Pile 1le Cure te saw 8 that It was as nee neeessnry neccioar
essnry to use uSP with 111 tne majority of oftheir ottheir
their patients pntlnts a mild mid nonIrritating nonIrritatinglaxative nonlrrlntng nonlrrlntngInxnthe
laxative nrid nlil the Pyramid Inamld Pills Pils for con constipation COI ¬
stipation stlnton were wcrt the result tesult of much care careful careful ¬
ful thought nnd patient pntlnt Investigation InvestigationPyramid Inesthaton InesthatonIamll
Pyramid Iamll Pile Ila Jure Ue and lnt Pyramid Pills Pillsaro 1111 1111nro
aro sold Mil by dlUi druggists lst8 everywhere erwhere for forfifty torflty
age fifty flty nnd anl r tuntylvo > vimtyllve cents per pack package llackagl ¬
ageA A little lite book on the nature nturo nnd an < cure cureof cureof
of heiporrholclg s or Orl1e8 piles will wi be furnish furnished ¬
ed free uponapplication uponnllllcatlon to tho Pyra Pyramid Iyra ¬
mid 11t Drug Co Marshall Marshnl Mich Michhavo lch lchhn
havo hn uwnlly u lnty been lien both 10tl costly costy and nd un unsuitable unulnbl ¬
suitable ulnbl to HH iK wants ntB The he fooling tlng ban banat hal
at last become linnnlmou tinlnlnoup In favor favo of ofn
n building lJllllng conveniently convonlenty located and andmore nnllmot
more mot worthy of tt the progressive prrI h Ideas Ideasrepresented Ien Ienrlpl
represented rlpl > sentNl and 1M of tho favorable tavutablecon tavutableconsldrrnton con consideration ¬
sideration sldrrnton always alwlV shown It by many manyof IRny IRnyot
of tho Influential Innlental citizens ctzenl of Salt Sal Lake LakeThe ULkeThe
The Intention Intolton IB II to adapt the church churchnt
nt thu same Rlle time IUe to the varied social socialand loclol locloland
and literary Ittrnr needs or the society with without withnut ¬
out cxcluslvcneBS exclu lvrnt8s ncs nnd with wlh n n view to tonrrommodntlng toIWeommodAn
nrrommodntlng occnitlonnlly oeClelonnly other re religious f ¬
ligious 1 Ius soclotlrH BocellH who might deslro deslrl to tonvnil tonV11
nvnil nV11 themselves thel1elves of nuch IUch conveniences conveniencesArrangements convenIencesArrngementl
Arrangements Arrngementl nro already nlroc nearly nearlycompleted nearhc0lpletl1
completed c0lpletl1 for about onehnlC of thft thftfunds thl
funds needed netlted for the undertaking Indertakhlg but butus bil billS
us lS these are nrt contingent upon urn the prior priorraising priorraisIng
raising of about n out SGOIO 6080 or JSOOO and anl np nproil ni
roil Is to bo made at at once oncl to nil ni Men Identified Mentlft1 ¬
tified tlft1 with wlh or favorable to the cause causeof cnuse cnuseor
of Unltnrlnnl lniarlanl8m m or 01 liberal 1 ler I religion religionThe re1nlon re1nlonTh
The Th First 1 lrHl Unitarian Uniarian Koelcty Ioelety has hashovn hasshown
shown < n healthy henlhy growth under Minis Minister InIA InIAter ¬
ter P 8 Thnchtr recently recent retired roUtel and andtho nnt
tho t le cordial I reception retellton accorded to the thenew thonew
new minister Mr 11r W H I Fish Fih prom promises prol ¬
ises well wel for the continued contnued growthand growthandprosperity rowthnnt
prosperity prosperiy of the First 1llt Unltnrliiti Unlarlii so society 10 10clet ¬ I
ciety clet Tho treasurer trcn81rlf of the Flrpt Unl Unltarlan I
tarlan society loclety Is Miss M Annette Annlte N Me MeIntosh Ic IcIntoRh
Intosh to whom subscriptions 8ublcrltltoll for the theabove tMnbove
above purpose IUtHse may be addressed addressedCONFUSION addros l lCONFUI
Fort Doiiffln DOIIIM Utah und ulll Cnuip CIttl Doutf Doutfla Dou Douhu
la hu WisconsinToo Wiconsll 100 Near ar Alike AlikeLocal Alk AlkLocal
Local army arm officers omcer regret the fact factthat tn t tthnt
that there aro ar two army posts rls In II thU thUcountry thlcountry
country BO clotcly cosely alike alke as to tin n ma mathat m mthnt
that confusion contu lon frequently occurs ocurl Thorn ThornIs Thfr ThfrIs
Is often oten a t mix up between betwlen Camp Doug Douglas olg olgl ¬
las l Wlscn8ln Wisconsin nnd Fwt Ft Douglas Utan Utanami Utnl Utnlnnrl
ami the name lame Camp CaiI Douglas Douga la often oftenapplied ottcnapptel
applied apptel to to4the tho post Just usl east Iat ot 11d 11dcl Ilita Ilitacity
city cl It I was wa rdcently t cCnt wired from trm AVash AVashIngtori WhIngton
Ingtori that next falls fl1H army man manoeuvers njlr
oeuvers oeuot would bo bl held nt Fort Doug Douglas DOlg DOlglls
las lls nnd the tll national natonal guard gard not only onlyof nl nlof
of this state HtOtP but of tho adjoining ndjolnlnl Mates Matesbegan tll j9 j9bt
began bt gnn to talk tnlt up U arrangements arranjments for par partlcipatlng palt
tlcipatlng t cl 11 tng here In the great rcal meet Ulel Tim TimMontana Tho
Montana fontan militiamen mltnmen particularly plrtculnrly were wereanticipating wert
anticipating nntollmtng having a 1 great time tme and andproposed nnllItO
proposed lItO posed recruiting recruitng their Klrst 1lrlt regi regiment rgl rgln ¬
ment n lnt to the full tul rcglmcrtal reglnrlal strength strengthof strln h hor
of three battalions baUtlons ro ns to nuke mke ft ftfltio 1
fltio showing thowlng But lo nnd behold bthold Just Justnj jUSaJ
nj the situation sltunton Is getting gttng warmed up upword upwWll
word comes from the war department departmenttnnt defattmont defattmonttn
tnnt tn t Camp Douglas Wisconsin Wlsnnsln and andnot nnllnot
not Fort Douglas Utah tlnh Is meant nnd nndthere nnltIlere
there Ilere Is a n severe INere fall al down of the I In Intot Intllunlnln
tot tllunlnln mountain mllltla milta heart hear There Is u uwish uIlsl
wish Ilsl expressed eXIJres ll that the name nall of Camp CampDouglas CnmpDouglal
Douglas Douglal Wisconsin Wiscnsin might be ohahgel ohahgelto
to t something else
Diint DiintDont UIt UItDont
Dont think because lernuse you OU havo hlo taken takenmany takenmany
many remedies In vain that your caso IB IBIncurable II
Incurable IncurableYou IneumblYou
You have not taken Hoods Hos Sarsapar SarsaparIlla Snlapar SnlaparIn
IllaIt It 1 has ha cured curel many seemingly hopeless hopelessMROS hOlele8s hOlele8sc
MROS c es of scrofula 8rotull catarrh ctlrrh rheumatism rheumatismkidney rheumatsl
kidney IlhO complaint I dyspepsia lIJellsln and gen genoral n ntblltan
oral debility tblltan many cases Cl8es that may mayhave mayhnve
have been be n worse Oll than thflyours thflyoursWhnt yours yoursWhat
What this thll great cat riiedlplne ie lclne has done for forothers torothers
others It can do for you ou ouJOO 6 6LOOK
Aurrllo lrrlo Herrcrn Herrerl Defeats tlfeals Kill III Oglcahy OglcahyIn OJleMhJ OJleMhJIn
In Ten Hounds Houndsliutte Hlumls HlumlsHute
liutte Hute Mont Feb I eb 5KId I ld Oglesby Oglesbyof Oglrshof
of Helena lout lo t to Mexican Aurello Aurelo Her Herrora ler lerror
rora ror of Bakersfield lakeulell Col Cnl tonight his hisseconds hIl hIleconls
seconds throwing UP the sponge spon1 at the theend thetnd
end tnd econls of the 10th round of what was 1 as to tohave tohae
have been n twentyround t funl ntround go 10 ojles ojlesby OiIIB OiIIBby
by wag wal badly ladl punished and was WIl bare barely blre blreI ¬
ly I able lo standon stnlld on his hIl feet fett It 1 wan Wil on onuneven anune
uneven une n match from start stnr to flnlth fnl h Og Ogletby Ogleiby
letby lacked his former fast foot vork Ivorkanl vorkand
and wag a punching hag tm for th < Mexi Mexican Iexlcn ¬
can cn Hcrrem Herrer simply played 1ln 1 with wih the thoHelena theHelenn
Helena lad and when lln he had iiKiesby iiKiesbyover 111181
over the rApea r6II i would t u1 ossUt teSlsl him to > the thecenter Ie
center of the lfe rlnir rln and pumli undl him himOglcsby himOglesb I
Oglcsby wore blinitflf blln lt out tr ting > ing to tobreak i ibreak
break down awn the th apparently l1rntentl Inuregna InuregnaWe 11 reKI
We bi defense teteueof of trip thlJ Mexican tti llrst llrsttwo I
two round rundh tils ilM blow Were 11 > tc < efully efullyweak Ituly Itulywoak
weak and lie niade Jlde no n Impsalon Impsalonwhatever 1mI slon slonwhneer
whatever whneer upon Ulln Herrreru HerrreruHACKS Herrrort HerrrortHO
Honors lunor Kvnnljr Divided 1II1rli Between Ict Fa Favorite Fonrlll ¬
vorite nrlll nnd RIII Outsider OutsiderSan OuthletM OuthletMSnn
San Francisco l rnl o Feb Jeb B Ffuorltcs Ffuorltcstook Jiorles Jiorlestok
took tok the first lut three races rlces at Oakland Oaklandtoday llklnnl
today taar und after afer that tlat outsldts uutsld were weresuccessful weresu
successful su cesful The weather was wal flrp 1r but butthe lut lutthe
still muddy i nonlo nonloa
the track nas st1 mul Jlnlo Jlnloa
a youngiler that thlt mode his firm trsl m alpeA peAr peArance <
ance InC In the tht y irold event elnl wnt nl to tothe tothe
the post a Z to S favorite t orle an 11 I romped rompedhome romledhome
home In front of his Hold HoldThe
The performance prtorance Iel of the heavily heavilybacked h nly nlyhackelt
backed Frank Icarcc In th fourth fourthrace fourthtnce
race was vtry bad and the Jumps juIlN juIlNmaking aro aromaking
making nn Investigation 1 tltgalon Impcrloujt Impcrloujtwinner 10 tloul
winner of th tM race rne outclassed outclaue the thl field fieldnnd neldnnd
nnd won Oi fiom tloi Mill 111 Archibald Achibald orul lr All AllAbout Al
About Besults BesultsFirst Benltsirt
First irt race tlve and n half fur ones onesChampagne OIS OISChamrlJne
setonl Cas Cassle aa aaslf
Champagne ChamrlJne won on Phyllis lhls SlI
sle slf W third Time 110U 110USecond 110 110Secn1
Second Secn1 race rc three thne and Inl a raT 1 f fur furlongs ful ¬
longs langl purse Detnonlo Dnonlo won Oeorge OeorgeKoester GeoneKOlster
Koester KOlster Jur second 1 nd Kmll J ml third Time The U UThird 45Thlrra
Third Thlrra ra IJ Ix furlongs turlolJ1 filing filingYoung lln llnYCung
Young YCung Morello MorlJo wen on Ugal I tl Max um m sec second 8econd ¬
ond Tommle Knight third thlrl Time TimellKtt TIle
llKtt llKttFourth >
Itl Fourth Jourth race ra < one on mile and M 6 yards yardsselling
yara yarasetnl1lprloui
selling setnl1lprloui Iroperlou won on Phil Ihl Arhlbald Arhlbaldsecond lball lballl
second l cond All Al About Abt third thlt Time 1MSH 1MSHFifth 114
Fifth Fifh race rac slx Ix furlonw turloni selling sellingBerecdoe lelng lelngleredOI
Berecdoe leredOI wonj Onj Bos of tt Hila IIC i cona conaStan Cn
Stan Lutlon third Time J1 1 1 N Nfilith
Sixth race rc one mile mie and M yards yardsselling rl rlBelngAlano
selling Alarto won w ni Doreen I > r n second secondColonel nd ndtlonel
BelngAlano Colonel IWltanlyne JMUaltye third thlr Tljiie 1 141 4l i
Denver Boy Will Wil Probably Meet MeelJimmyDrill MeetJimmy
JimmyDrill Jimmy DrHt In San Francisco FranciscoHOT
lrtlcI Thul Chl Vule lUilfii Corbttt lrluU Hoc HocHolier UounoUer
Holier llrllt Url Mill Wi 010 ilvolltm ilvolltmA 11m 11mnlul
A Hail llftntlns llftntlnsAfter U lthll lthllAler
After Aler months n 01thl and mouths of wind windttustlngand windlalng
ttustlngand nervenicking gibberish in inan InIU
lalng 011 t rcloklng
an IU eltort Iorl to bring together tOlotur In the roped ropedarena rOll rOllarrna
arena Champion Young Corbctt and andfoimer nndformer
former Champion Clnmplol Terry fer Modovern loaovel the thetout thl thlluut
tout luut Una been culled cled off or nnd aul Terry Terl in ingoing II IIKolng
going to England l nSlald to fight fght Van IJin Jordan JordanThe Jordnl
The following toloWlng from rOI New York conveys conveystlu convot convottl
tlu tl > fact that the much talhod tala of bout boutnan out outhl
nan hl been leen culled cled oft oftTim or
Tim Thl featherweight clumploniihlp clumploniihlpmutch chamllon hlp hlplltch
mutch lltch between Young Corbett and andTerry aul
Terry T rry MoGovorn 3cOovcr Is off of Owing Owtn to tho thofailure thofnlurc
failure fnlurc of thu Louisville Loulnle club ehll to get a aruling nIullg
ruling Iullg In II Its ls favor llor the boxcrg abandon abandoned Qllnlol ¬
ed that point Thu hl only remaining remainingchance remnllllt
chance chalce wan 10 Han Snl FmncUco nclsco nnd McGov McGovtin lcOo lcOoem
tin Is not wanted wnn telt there thereSam IheroStun
Sam Harris Inll und Young Y oung Corbett Corbel met metat metat
at the wrestling wreHlln match In Madison MadisonSquare 1nIHon 1nIHonSquate
Square Garden late last nlKht and ut utter 1 ¬
ter a 1 talk tnl with Jim Kennedy ICenntdy manager managerof
of o tlio t a Yosemltc Yosemie club of Ban lrincli lrinclito
to It I t was wa decided deciled to declare oft of tho thochampionship th
championship chal1Ionship fight fightYoung fght fghtYoung
Young Corbotl Coibol said There In Innothing I
nothing nothllg else els for us to do We WI have haveheard hlvo hlvoheart
heard heart from Hob flruy Ity uf Louisville louI91 nnd nndchances nn nnchancct
chances chancct arc HO 0 slim slm for a 1 meeting meetng there therethat theraI
that they are Irt not worth conjuring conjuringTliu rolhlerln rolhlerlnThl
I Tliu Thl Consume Consldlnel have been eon looking over overthe oerthe
the ground grounl thoroughly thorouJhly and anllnd find the Bit Bitnation ni
nation IItfn hopeless hOJel fa 1 have been told Han HanKranclbco Snnlrrnnclb
Kranclbco lrrnnclb Is not overanxious oernxloll about Me MeGovern Menovern
Govern nnd nnl no club there twre hI willing wllnJ to tomake tomako
make an offer worth considering conRldellnt Im Imtired Im Imttltl
tired ttltl of walling waiing nnd Ilhl lotting money moneyHarris 100 100lnrtll
Harris lnrtll said We 0 were anxious nnxloul to tolight tonlh
light nlh fot McfJovern tGoen would Ihl like lke to take taketho takotho
tho title tll to England gngllnl with Mm At Atpresent Atpre8cnt
present there lit no 10 hup hIll of holding the thofight I
fght fight nnywheru nl hrl in II UK 1 United Tnted States Stn tes If Ifopportunity 1
opportunity opportunlr offers the mutch will wi he hemade beInlll
made Inlll over again Igaln Immediately InmfII tely
Jlin JII Kennedy fenterly announces that Ihlt Young Youngftrbett Younl
ftrbett will wi fight flht IWdle l dle Honlon Innlon on onFob onFph
Fob 2C and 111 on March reh 17 1 will wi moot meft Jim Jimmy Jimmy
my lirltt lrll lloth 10lh flghtH n hls will 1 be nt n t 130 130pounds 130ounds
pounds ringside before lKtore the Yosemlte Yosemlteclub Yoemlo Yoemloub
club ub Young YII1 Corbett Corbet starts for the theconst thopa8t
const pa8t on Wednesday McGovern MeGoern will willfight wi
fight fght dubs around nrol11 the tl1 east st until untilApril unt
April Apri when he ROM 103 lo England l nHlalll to train trainfor trnlntor
for the Jordan Jonl n match matchIn
In view Ie of nil al that has IIS been said nnd nnddone IIml101lt
done < since Young Coruett defeated defeatedthe
the Brooklyn terror tit Hartford Conn Connover
over a year eur ago go it Is a pretty rett safe safeproposition sMeproJ1O
proposition proJ1O ltl1 to nay A that the l nnr < nvr lad ladIs IndIs
Is very glad of tho turn things hnvo hnvotaken hootnken
taken with reference to a light with withTerry wllhTtrry
Terry His showing since ho became becamechampion hecnlllchnm
champion hnm lon tins buen anything but Mint Mintof thntof
of n champion and In the east hu l llooked hI hIoolted
looked upon by b n great many ns what whatla
la known no a four llusher His Hisfriends tIlatrlends
friends In Denver nvr htive beta slow to toAppreciate ton
Appreciate n this fmt but that they the are arebeginning areUllnnllll
beginning to dn so Is evident from tho thofollowing thof
following f article by Otto Floto one of ofYoung otYoung
Young Corbetts most staunch sup supporters 8UIIporter8 ¬
porters anti enthusiastic admirers admirersOh
Oh horrors did you ou honr the news newsfrom 110118trol11
from Philadelphia this morning morningYoung 1110mII 1110mIIYoung
Young Corbclt made another one of ofthose ofth08e
those prlii showings The kind that thathas thathas
has made him famous In the fast and andforced IIIlItorced
forced thon tho who were riot familiar with withhis withhis
his style of going wonder whether h thcr or ornot ornot
not the defeat of McQovern was not notmore 1I0tmore
more or loss on the fluke order And Andwho Andwho
who can blame them Take the show showIngs RhowInllI
Ings of the Denver chap In his fights fightswith flghtMwith
with Boyle nice Maynnrd In nItl Broad and andall 11 11all
all the rest of them that he has fought foughtsince taughtsince
since winning the championship from fromTerry fromTerr
Terry Terr nnd even his warmest support supporter ¬
er Is forced to shake his head hen l and andbring Alldbring
bring forth nil his available excuses I < In Inan Innn
an effort to defend the Denvcrlle DenvcrlleWe
We out here who are thoroughly fa familiar famlliar ¬
miliar with his hi every move do not at ¬
tach no much Importance to his poor poorshowings poorFhowlngs
showings as do the experts of the east eastWe NlRtWe
We lutre have seen the th champion fight fightlike
like the veriest novice and look like likethirty akeIhlrt
thirty cents In front of a man who had hadnot hnl
not license to even box him Then Thenngaln Thenngatn
ngaln as In his flghta with Yangcr Yangcrfiiintry YangerflIntrr
fiiintry Ilroad nnd Bernstein he ap appeared nilparell ¬
peared n champion every Inch InchWo InchWo
Wo kngw lI1rll1e he can fight nnd yet et they theyWont th thront
Wont believe It In the east And nll who whocan whotnn
can blftmc them Outside of tho th battle battleWith balliowith
With McAloVern 1c 1oerll < our esteemed friends friendshave trlcnllshnve
have only onl seen him at his wnmt It Is Isunfortunate IIIimfnrtunnte
unfortunate Indeed that tht such should bu buthe blthe
the case but Its the truth iicvcrthe iicvcrthelew lIevelthcIClt
lew Could thcv the but Willie wlllle14 one ot othis orhili
his real battles opinion would bo bochanged 110hnllJle1
changed and the very mime writers vtlt rll who whonrj whoRS
nrj DOW calling him a counterfeit counterfeitwould counterfeitOultl
would be the ones to sing hit praises praisesNo
No fault run be found with them for
their oDlnlon of forbett He ccrtaJnly
has given cause for all the condemna condemnalon conlemnlltloll
tloll lon that In I Inlntr heaped on him To Touse Touso
use a Spoiling > phrase flhra e his showings showingshave howlngsha1
have been simply rotten find the thepeopo thejeop1o
peopo who wtnt to R tlu > entertain entertainments cntertnlnmen ¬
ments men and paid their money ought to tocomplnln tocomplnln
complnln about being robbed robbedIf
If It was a true line IIn on the merits of ofthe oftht
the liAinplon there would b 1Jt no uso usocommenting URtcOlmnentlng
commenting on the fights he has made madeHut lIIalletlllt
Hut his hlllllhowlnJtR showing are fa far from what whathe whathe
he really can do that Its on outrage outrageon outrs1on
on ilia public nnd matchmakers ought oughtth
th iMUSd tlAlsdhlm him any an more contests until untilheplaccs
heplaccs I himself Into condition ro AS ASto
to 0 be e uble lJle to siv the spectators lp tlltOtll what whatthey whattile
they tile have paid for forCorbctt forClrlutt
Corbctt has nR nn one lo blnme but him himselfSincedefeating himpe
selfSincedefeating pe r Slnc 1etlRling < Mcdovern he h hu hutourht s sfought
fought like a sucker nnd the CAIIM CAIIMtitIt CfllllEliit
iit titIt nllVan be MM In two words wordsswelled wordselle1
swelled elle1 head After ho won over th thchampion thchampIon
champion he went to New York and andlasted nnlIIISI1
lasted the sweets of hero worship or hlp to toIts
Its futlcMVcxtcnt Naturally It turned turnedthe turnptlthO
the iHjJli head a It would do < the Ih Mime Mimetj
tj almwt aliT fnn hny one Not one on fluhter fluhterout Ollhlfrclut
out offi thousand ran withstand wlth t811 It ItYlun Itl1fll
Ylun l1fll Corbctt realized that he h really reallyamounted TtlQII TtlQIInmolinted
amounted to i Iomthln > om thlng he took himself himselfwrloua hlln elf elfrloul
wrloua rloul ttnd that It what Is leading 1 to toll tohl
hl ll downfall downfallHe QviloILHe
He absolutely absol tet refuses retu es to train believ believing belllvIhgtl1JcLPhor ¬
Ihgtl1JcLPhor ing that > llpther fighters are Iwneath IwneathIjlhi I neathHim
Him In sKlll IiIH I and reputation He goes goeshto goeInto
Into Rrlnff hogfat his wind bad and andn andIn
In n facthe tn t ht hUM has no business there at nil nilWhat nilWhat
What Is the rr nult ult He makes n bad badfightana 1111fillilt
fightana fillilt and thtn the people p ple go out of ofthe ofthe
the hall h lllluld arid say A itlff lIrr Anl nd He Hebeat Hehtat
beat McOovern by 11 n fluke etc etcNow ItlNow
Now let this thl amo Young OllnlC forlxtt gel gelIlito getIhlo
Ilito comllUon nnd the would be bereflation bercelntlon
reflation He Is fast ami 811 < 1 can hit Ilk Ilka ilkI ilkImule
a mule kicking 1 lien en at hla hl l Ilfilt U Take TakeWin Tnketf1
tf1 Win 1 after trnlnlns two months nnd set sethim t thim
him w t irty 12 m pound at the ringside ringsideand I Iand
and tho best little man of his weight In Inthe Inthe
the business bu lns would ould appwr ap ktr before you youUnless OU OU1Jnlell
Unless he will pay intention II to hli hlitralulBg hl1ttlililliiJt
tralulBg however It will not b be Ion Ionlx Ionre Ionrebrto
brto lx > fore he h VIII be relegated to the has hasbocn hMb
bocn b elJ dlr dJtloo loD of the game and then thenwhcnvralkl6i theuwlrctilklnt
whcnvralkl6i down Broadway rodI the thetfcnt thewont
wont point to him as the champion championMJt ehlm lon lont
MJt t t Ir Instead tr d will MOT there th 1 poes r the thebigirwl lhebfuut
bigirwl fo rIUiher that ever pulled on
1 paW of Klove KloveThe glodThe
The Kid may m be a wise Ise guy IU fin hl hloSm hloyn
oSm e lmaton but he certainly made madet madethl
t thl > w mistake of his life when w ln he nllowwj nllowwjJthYmy nlID ld ldJIbnn
JIbnn JthYmy Corbett to part comrahr with
Family cares and duties do not weigh weighdown weighctown
down Hie well woman und the children childrenare chlll1r n nate
are never in her way But when the thewomanly IhewOIIll1nly
womanly health lu alth falls antI there is a con constant const1111t ¬
stant struggle will wenkues nb1et and pain painhousehold painhou
household hou hoh duties arc a burden almost almostmst
mst t bearing h and children arc n cease ceaseless censecss ¬
less css annoyance nnd worry worryWeak worryVeak
Weak women arc nude strong and andrick nnllcick
rick women are nude well by b the use of ofDr
Dr 1 r Iifrces 1aVotite 1rtkrlption It Itestablishes Itesta
establishes esta lishcs regularity dries disagreeable disagreeabledrains lu luc1miu9
drains heals iuflimmatiou nnd ukera ukeration ulcerntlou
tion and cures female wealttiens wealttiensSick wcaKUesSick
Sick womru WOIII 1IUC arc invited lo consult Dr DrPierce DrPierce
Pierce by Ictterw AH correspondence correspondencestrictly
strictly stricti private and wcredly Mcre coufidentinl coufidentinlAddress couMenUfllAddres
Address Dr R V pierce IlnlTnlo N Y YI
I had been alllur IOniC tlnif troublrd with withfcnule 1111 1111ftlllile
fcnule wtaliiiciiwritcf Mr WI1III Vw It Joliuwn Joliuwnof OlUID OlUIDof
of AvonJ Aoudlle lc Clieiltt Co r IA livery month t twould Iwoultl
would liavf to lit on uijr 01 tuck IJlfk 1 trltd many mal maldlflncnt
different mtitlctiKsiad Inetlldue aD nolhlur n lh 1IIIIIte fite me itllrf itllrfuntil lellefuntil
until I KKfln gDO Dr 1 r 1lirci1 uitdlctnrt tiiln two tvrabutllci twobollie
butllci of o IAvorltc I vollte Jit lenqJ cijplloti llou and II uti 10 wo of ofGolden ofGolden
Golden Mdllcil MelItallJllCfvuy DlKovtty T Thar Thr e medlclnea medlclneahan
han cutcit nllcIIM me When 1 htgiu htgiuI Iur tlullllelll tlullllelllI
I nn not able 1 1tlie t9 do ImlI1Jl11 110 Illo IlloIhr
tlie work fot fottoday Illy I1Imll verr 0 Jlhe aud eel betiCI betiCII
today I day than 1 1doctor have or It ydr 1 Ihallle
doctor from fromdo Ihr botloll or 111 hurt Qr youl e edo
do I kilo know hat you are the one nliucvrei inc inclAvorite InflIorite
lAvorite Prescription has ba the tcttl tcttlaiony teslll1on
aiony l1on of thousandi of women won Ie II to its com complete complete ¬
plete cure of womanly disease dl Ie9 Do 1 0 not notaccept 110taCCJlt
accept an Unknown and unproved sub subititute illbftltllte
ititute in its place placeDr 0 0Dr
Dr Piercco Pleatanl Pellets are the thebest theIJcst
best laxative for or family lainll use usehim uschm
him Johnny Johnn knew kn w him like a book nnA nnAcould nllt1clJuhllontrol
could clJuhllontrol i otitrol him better than any nn other otherliwn other1111n
liwn Ever slnco Johnny quit however howevertio
tio Kids uliowtDKs have been of thu thupoorest thtIoc
poorest poorestIf Ioc > re t tIe
If Corbott matured f1rrnllre the match wltli wltliIrltt wllhPritt
Irltt he will hlvo to be nt his best or1 or1will orI
I will receive rtl olvo n boatlnp that he viil viilrot ill illtot
rot forgot tOl tt tho longest day ho lives In Incondition lrlcnnllltlol1
condition Yountf Corbott Is a champion championout
out of condition conlltlol1 tho btgtrcut blm > ell uind Ilrnl of othth n ndub
dub hthIho
Tho above statements aro cnrroborat cnrroborattd t tPfl
td by h little Tommy Jacobs who wholH Is now nowiiuininw 11011lnlng
iiuininw In this city elt for a contest with withAnn Itll Itlllfll1u
Ann lfll1u lUi Herrcrn Jacobs vOle Corbetti CorbettiinilnlnB orbott orbottlrtllnln
inilnlnB nnd spnirlng partner Il rtner fdr sev several SeIal ¬
eral weeks nftor the McOovern Jltflu Jltflutrd lI ht htJr
Jr trd Tommy dvclnef el Iae8 < that the Denver Denvertoy
toy 11 will not train unless he Is forceInto force orct1Inlo
Into It and that he Is one of the lazi laziest Izi Izilit ¬
est lit fighter In lift business JU llIess Hucli b bIHR lJIng
IHR the case he had hn hotter b tler look n llttl llttlout lItt1oOllt
out when he stands Up before Jimmy JimmyDrift JimmyCrltt
SAIiT IjAKIjTJJAJI J IrnT A 1 AVON AVONllcliuilcd wo wolIetilllte
llcliuilcd Y M 0 A f Auuroeatlon Auuroeatlonlly alI ltntlJ1I ltntlJ1III
lly II n Scorn nt ll a to 18 18STANDING I H HSlJNDtNO
I D 3 U 2 0 100D 100DHalt I ISalt
Halt Uko 1 1 600 600Woodmen 600oollmen
Woodmen 0 1 000 000Y 000y
Y M C A 0 1 000 000What 000WhM
What Is conceded d to have been IJ n the themost thlmost
most Interesting name of basketball basketballplayed baskltballplnyed
played In Salt Lnka this nensbn took tookplace tookplace
place at the I I 1 H IT gymnasium gymnasiuminst
inst weiiuw between the Salt Lake Lakennd Iakeand
and Y M C A tennis It was 115 basket basketball basketball ¬
ball from start to finish both teams teamsdolnp telllOdoing
doing excellent work The Snit Lake Laketeam Iaketoam
team finally carried off the honors with witha withBcore
a score of 23 23to to 18 butthe had to hu hutie hus hustie
tie to do It It was the llrst appearance appearanceof
of the Christians this teason f1son but from fromthe tromth
the th showing made It Is quite evident evidentthey clIllIllthe
they the will 11I be well up towards towrls the top topbefore topLttore
before long in the race fur tho cham championship chamIllonshlp ¬
pionship Their only weaknecu wna In Inteam Inteam
team work ork which however will come comewith COIIIOIth
with Ith each additional practice In the thefirst thoI1rst
first halt the score was 13 to 7 In favor favorof
of the Salt Lake team but In the sec secmd Belmd
md the Y M C A players took a abrace aIJracl
brace and made It a close llnlsli Tim Timsummary ThlIiUll1l11nr
summary follows followsSalt tollowSalt
Salt Lake23 LaI < e23 Iosltlbil Y M C A18 A18OoUMVclker AISGoldWalker
OoUMVclker L 1 P l Dunn DunnW DunnLund
W Lund II nF F IlHBmusscn IlHBmusscnJenecn HIISl1lU8SenJenpCn
Jenecn C Demlng DemlngJnrry DemlnInrry
Jnrry I B Robertson RobertsonFnnlnelon fiobort80nFarrlnglon
Fnnlnelon n H Harris HarrisItefcree Harris11eferee
Itefcree Basflett Umpires Claik Claikund Clnlkunl
und unl Illchnrdjort Timekeeper Thnek eperHode eperHodebllck Itode Itodebuck
buck ficorer BcolCrOrow Qrow Oofils fropi the theHeld thlIIcllJenllcn
Held IIcllJenllcn Jensen 5 Dunn 6 Gj Cold 3 Dem DemIng Demlng
Ing 2 KnnliiKton 2 M Lund and andItasmujpon alldln9mmSen
Itasmujpon Goals from free throw throwGold throwOold
Gold l Jensen missed W Lund Lundmissed ul1ll ul1lltnluel
missed tnluel 2 Itncimiwn ni 2 missed 4 4KoulsDunn 4 4l
KoulsDunn l 4 Detnlnff 2 Jtnsen 2 2Farrlngton 2Farrington
Farrlngton Z tlold Walk r Ilobert Ilobertson
son Harris Twentyminute hftlves hftlvesThere hl1lIThere
There was nlno n came between the theY
Y M I C A nnd 1 D H U Junior Juniorteams JuniortelllUS
teams In which this former won by a apcoie 11pcoe
pcoie of C to 3 The line IIn up u was OH OHfollows nsfollows
follows followsY
Y M C A Jr JrG L I D S U JrJ JrJHnvenor Jr3Hapnor
Hnvenor L 1 F JlcCune JlcCuneNolUon 1cCuneNIUJon
NolUon It F Hardy HardyHunter HardyJlunllr
Hunter > C C Openshaw OpenshawHarris penhalHarris
Harris L D Howells HowellsIarsons 1Iowelllllar80ns
Iarsons It 13 Nelson NelsonBcoiu clonscom
Bcoiu ONH roil OIt IIAKMOVIR IIAKMOVIRThey 11 1tIO m mTho
They Tho Took Four lIur Oamrx Cut of Flvo PltoPruII Flvo1roin
1roin Hallrondf HallrondfSTANDING IInlirunlbSTANDlto
W I IC ICHrunswlck ICJlrun8wlc
Hrunswlck v 31 3 11 CfC CfCllarinonle G GHarmonie
llarinonle U CM CMHallroaIs 6fi1lIallroul
HallroaIs 15 31 S75 S75Klks 8illIClk
Klks 10 Zt 65 65Th 66Tht
Th Tht Harmonic and the Hnllroadg Hnllroadgbowline JtnllroRdsbowllnK
bowline teams lined up for another anotherclmmplonshlp anotlurclll1mplonahlp
clmmplonshlp contest last frenlnir frenlnirHcore tCnnllHClre
Hcore one more for Harmonic which whichjlacM whldlplaCM
jlacM them h in pretty securely Reour In second secondlao sfofJ1Ila
Ila > lao In the scrlPB of llvo OV pnmw the theowor Ih IhjOIIlr
owor State street orovd captured capturedour l1ptur11tour
tour our Spitz took the high average ana anailghest nnlhleh
hleh ilghest stlcotJ ficoro In a single game Alnt On Onpoints Onpolnls
points the Harmonle team made XOSi XOSiIK O Ons
ns IK against 3007 The line up and cou SCOItollos couollows >
UUr US 153 134 134119115 119 1M 7SI 7SIHplta istSpill
Spill Ml 10 1I In 17 Ii IRS W WAlder nsAl
Alder Al 1er < 1M 156 W 136HJ 136 143 7a 7aHamilton 1ZAHamilton
Hamilton IK lit 18 1 m 101 1M 1 73 73Totals 131 131Totals
Totals MS 6t7 MC 46j 7 6203MJ 6203MJAvcraKMltaucr OS OSAemJelUnuer
AvcraKMltaucr 115 Ul46 < 5 Spitz 16715 16715Alder 1611 1611AMer
Alder 1535 tl5 3 j Hamilton 11CI 11CIIIAILHOAD He 4G 4GJlAJInOAD
Qoddard 1MUS 111 J8 147 141181 187 H8T9I H8T9IAngell 14 i91 i91Angell
Angell IM 1 116 111 1I1Jm 1I1JmOodlln UI > 70 70Godwin
Godwin 1 11112t 1 181 191163 V3JOJ 10 728 728A i2tA
A W Smith 151 170 13 H 14126 < 128 7M 7MTotals 1MTotalll
Totals 101 m S2 M7 CI5642M07 CI5642M07Avtraces CIN4JOO7An1
Avtraces An1 c Goddard isjijtit isa ir Angeii AngeiiH
H 1U < Godwin 14B45 14 45 AW A W Smith SmithUflt5 Smithno
Uflt5 no 45
llnr 11 n t It Now NowUo > lrn lrnDo
Uo not wait nlt until Jou or some ot otfur f fyour
your fur family are tick nigh unto death deathMid dtAtIUld
Mid then c ind nd for Chamberlains < < Iolt IoltCholera olK olKCholera
Cholera and nd Diarrhoea Iltmcdy Jt1 cd but butbuy butlJur
buy It now n w and be prepared fpllted f tflr r an anemtrccncy allfmfrrenc3
emtrccncy It Is the oho o 1o remedy me T that thatan thateM
an always Iilwa be d l1pendei1 pende l upon in th thmitt tM tMrnut
mitt Mvere rt and dangerous dangerousor utS utSl
l or r talo RI by alt drurgtita
1 1r 1j 1I
In refutivtion of statements statementsmade statementsmade
made that there is a shortage of ofcoal 1 1coal
coal in the city we wish to call callattention callnt1ention
attention to the fact that we have havein
in stocK in our four yards 10000 10000tons 10000tons
tons of Castle Gate Clear CreeK CreeKPleasant I IPlcastnt
Pleasant Valley Sunnyside and andWinter andWinter
Winter Quarters Coal and we wearc wearc
arc in a position to deliver coal coalthe coolthe
the day ordered orderedThere orderedThere
There is not now nor has hasthere hosthere
there been this winter winterthe the slight slightest ¬
est danger of a shortage shortageThe shortageThe
The Pleasant Valley Coal Co CoD
73 South Main Street StreetESTABLISHED
MI 11 II IIf
nn nn f MIit it itlii lit tJ tJESTABL1StI
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lii liii I I fit fitI c cI fl
We Told You So and nd Its Come True TrueTold TrueU
The values are heip helfthe thc barsnis are te here Each garment gnnn nt sold soldsells
sells 8 11 dozens more Pleased 1 customers show their purchase to tofriends t tFOil
friends and neighbors who also cpme to sharp In values of this sale salelomo
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1 Full Leather 5c 125 125Full
Full Leather Limp 100 125 125Book
Book of Mormon small print printSame
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