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11 J 10 EVENING JTEWSt FRIDAY MARCH 28 3000
AU
i lOTS Of fUN OVER
jJ STATEHOOD BILL
ifi 4
LI
4Ia
a J Adam Bode Kept House of
r 4 Representatives Roaring
k With Laughter
e
l
WHY HE LIKES THE PRESIDENT
llrciuiM < IID iul Ills Diiiiglitcr ID an
Ainrrfcnn nnd Vol to n lie
IOIIIIU 1ilncc
WanhltiKton Muruh 2lhl state
I r Jiood bill s MIH taken from the gpeukorB
table III tht hou a today placed In the
elected conferees nnd u
1 ImndH of three
I reauent made of the lennlo for a con
ference on the dlsahreelnB > 0tes of the
4 two houses
i This notion wns nut neuompllshed
rllhout many voida uml votes It
was developed at once however tint
there wero totes enough to carry out
the program of thu lenders
i Then followed 40 minutes of fiery
Fpeoehen unit ot which piovoked
much ainusemunt UIUOIIB thu lur a
attendancu of mcmbei nnd tlio uowd
ed Ballerles Then cumfl the fltial vote
on the adoption oC the rilln whl < h lTD
ineinberM nppiuvcd and Ititi opponed
The featuio of the d tmlu wa 11
mark by J Adam Uude of Mlnaovolu
II tirIng which he told of his approval
u the piesldent particularly because lie
bad given his dmiKtiier In inuulaxe to
u member of tho houo of rcpra entii
tlVe und not to a dcserieiulo piluui or
to a reprcsonlutlvo of ° that house of
detention at tlio other end of tile iup
L 1u
t Itol
I ItolMr Bode of MlnlioKOUi kept the
house In toiuulnloiia of lau htei dur
IIIR his speech on till statehood pion
41 oBltlon lie was nculnst the rul If
1 u there wan any member URUliiHt minilt
ting Oklahoma he wanted him to luud
accused
If wo nre In favor of ndmlttliiR Ok
i 1 lahoma why dont you Itet bu yf
was asked You can do It In about
I eight minutes Do It and not hitch up
I the proposition with name other Ap
plause
f It reminded him ot thu way Noah put
i the anlmula In tho ark
Jr He numbered tho anlnwls two by
l I two the eloplmnt und the kangaroo
The hitching of Oklahoma and tho
I New Mexico proposition Will like tho
11 two Mormon boys who went riifct to
nT school They wore of the tamo nainy
annul age Tho hist nuusllon asked woe
I It they wcio twins
i n Ye on our fulherH side
f 1 Yell this ntipllen to Arizona and
l New Mexico both from Jlaxko but
different In nil other rosnoitg
Hut you say we me ngulnst the ud
r intnstratlon he continued
0 4 I am not I havo beun with the ad
1 ministration In everything he hns dorm
except this bill and his wifcbcatliiR
bill Laughter
In his niensiKe a year ago he Kaft
eight lines ndvocatlnn the whlppIiiK
t post This year he gave thirteen llnua
r for the two territories
I Oh I like the president because he
r I In engaged in n great work doea great
dells has high resolves and lofty pur
l poses hut Idont huvo to stand for lit
tle Indifferent things that the Iwuluis
E of the hotiBe got him to put In Ills rncu
ROKO and then ascribe It as hlx poll
rP I lute him moct bvuause ho permit
Li ied A member of this liousn to break
1uft Into his private homa without Huiiml
log ait alarm
Mc Thin gaily produced laughter as nil
9 eyes nought Mr Iongwoith who K
cuplcd one of thu front seatH and joined
1 in the levity
I llko him because when ho jot
ready to give Ids daughter away hu
u gave her to a real American In every
way worthy und not to somft dCKcner
ate prince < Prolonged applause
F u And I llle hint because when he
gave her away ho gave her to the
house of action and correction tit this
I end of the Capitol and not to tho
house of detention at tine other end of
the Capitol Uiughter
I
t METHODIST BOOK CONCERN
IN FAVOR OF OPEN SHOP
i
i 1hllnddphln March 2The contro
r2 versy botsvcen the Stctliodlttt Hook Con
cern und Typographical union No fi
I jt i of New York came tip for iilii usilou at
uttJ i todayd Hesaltm of the Ihllailclihli
1 Wethodlst conference llov Dr 111
liil tlnton of the Hook Pomern report f
fflp iif that tho past year vvas the most HIK I
ccHiful In its history uml that It hal I
141n f Iiald JlSOOflO to the annual confcreiiiv
4cA Dr Knton declared that the union wiiu I
44 4 fighting tho concern because tb > pub
1f u llshern desired to conduct their own
t k business according to their own Uluun
nnA i Wo will not lw dictated to by our I
H1 h employes he snld Wo will liy llw
nW 1 ling of nil open shop
F A resolution wall proHeiited by Rov
L i tA O Kynett oxprrs lnjj tontldence Hi
0 I tho Hook Concern and endowing Cl
it attitude on the open fhop ciuestlon
El I Thli resolution met the Bpproval of
i 1 1 many pastors whose charges am
tkt n among the laboring claN It thriu
the ronfeiencc Into an uproni and the
1t p refolutlon vvnn referred to the book
nii 1Y committee which went Into executive
Jk 1 prrrlon to run bin Ilicm tu bear both
i pldcs
DIG Illti IX DKNVUIt
1t1 Denver Colo March 2Llirn mtgl
ff L u nntltic from spontnnooiH combustion i n
b the starch bins of the Western Cuiidr
irJ companys plant In HIP wholenale dis
jg trict of this city tonlKht cuuced lain
r ic u age to the building and stock of four
1l r manufacturing coiirerim estlmatud at
n t t 5200000
i Two tons of March Mnre Hlortd In tit
r t bins lleforo an nbirm could l > i > turned
V i in i > evivil explosions oprumM In IJI1itk
j Pticccsslim and the roof of the bullln
Jt I was lifted A minute litr great 1111 a Ill
W 3 of flnmes hot Into HIP air
w L1i The entire fltoflRhtlnK forte of tbc
Nervous Women
Their Sufferings Are Usually
Duo to Female Disorder
Perhaps Unsuspected
A MEDICINE THAT CURES
= 1r r = = 5j Con wo 11I Jute
i fi tJ fcrthu wellknown
1 J f JT 1i41 S fnolthntAmurican
nY 1tl 1 i jmrn ate ner
I if vous I
t J 111 How often dowe
t f hoar the expres
J sion llI1n bO nero
L pt 11 youi Itscmnl a j If
i M to l 1 should Hyi or
Dont penU to
p Little things
JltJ uJlwrll
nnd
IIIIIOY you
IUIII you Itrit aide s joit cant sleep
von are unable to quietly and calmly
perform YOur dally tniliii or care for
jour children
Fine rotation of the lItrves and gen
erutlvo organs in woman Is so close
that ulneuntlis of tint nervous pros
trationi nervous debility Hio tunics
sleplexsncf and nervous irritability
arise from AOino ilernnjreiuiiit of the
organism which iimltm JUT a woman
Fits of depression or restlessness and
irrltnbllity spirit easily ntluueted o
that one lulrnitt she laughs tho next
minute weeps pain in tho abdominal
region and bilwciii the shoulders
loss of voice nervous dyspepsia J a
tend ncy to cry at the Ieiift provoca
tionall those point to nurvous pros
tration
Nothing will relieve this distressing
oondltlon anil prevent months of pros
trntlon nmlsunVriijff NO surely ns l < vdla
tt Ilnlilinms Vegetable Compound
Mrs M K SliotWf11 of 101 Klfttbiish
Avonue llroollvn N Y writes
I cnuiiot jpros tire vrondorfid relief I
have OKP > num od liy tinkling Lvdlul Iliilc
hums VcMnbU > Cniiifiounil I suffered for
a long time Yltli nervon prmlrntlon back
ache bceduh loss of pjutstitO I rculd
not flwp an < would walk the floor almost
every night
I hat tlirii doctor nnd got no Mfr and
lIfe wins u bullion I WM ndvliwl to try
Ljdtii 1 Iinlduvins VtRetnblo Compound
saul It hiu workixl yndi > rs fur me
It am a well woman my norvouwM Is nil
gone nnd my fri ndi say I look ten years
> >
youner
Will not the volumes of letters from
women mado strong by fydia K Pink
hams Vegetable Compound convince
nil women of its virtues 7 Surely you
cannot vvMi to remain Bid weak
and iliscourttRed exhausted each day
when you can bu ns cablly cured as
other women
city nKgembled but little could be ac
eonipllstiPd In the way or nubdulns the
lames nod the entire structure was
tommmed
tine dnmnKi pitlmiitPd by the limO
> Kcr of the various companion occupy
ing till bulldltiK which was destroyd
In ns follows
Venteni Candy company JI900b
OorK llfyiltt Cnndy company 10000
Western in tier conipnny JtOOOO Wcct
tin Laundry Company 10000 loss to
building JfiOOCft Tho building wan
threo stories mini owned by the Hallnctt
Investment rompany The losses urn
fully covered by Insurance
BONAPARTE WANTS A
GREAT BIG BATTLESHlP
Washington March JSecy Bone
parto appealed before the house com
mittee on naval nrfnlrs today In mil
port of an lacroasc III the navy lie
advocated an appropriation tutu year
for tho two I6OUOton battleships and
If Congress doo not nee lit to provide
Cur two ijuch ships be urged the con
Btrurtloii nf one 10400ton battleship
In the main Secy Honnparto rrw
otnmandntlonH were In liiirmony with
thOse included In hl14 annual report
The secretarys estimate for construe
tlon aggregates 2 1300000 Of thin sum
the chief Item H 13000000 for the two
battleships recommended
Secy Itoniparto advocated the 10
400ton battleship because he said
American constructors felt this tim
liana was necessary to tarry 10 t2lncri
BUns ouch OR the Urltlsh ship Dread
naught Is carrying
The secretary said the battleship was
now to highly developed that then
could he no radical changes nnule lu
ommuitruc I ton
Itipreftntatlve Iousln1 of Iowa ann
other members took Issue with the eec
Htaiy on thl point
SIJlCIIH or HICII MAX
Milwaukee WlHMurch 23Tine body
of William M Mariner son of Kphrlam
Mariner one of the citys richest men
wan found In his room at his homo to
day with a bullet hole In the hoad It
U tmppoaod that he rommftttd milclde
No eUnice for the net Is kuoui
A BLACK HAND MYSTERY
eli ieui up by Ilio Confrosloii of n
Hand of 11115
PftlihurK Msroh 2rhl mystery of
the muck Hind society which hnx long
pinned the police and iiintHl fliithorltlnn
nt MrKemiiHii VVUN today clonrcd up
when a detective wcurerl cunfesUoiia from
three xchool toys whose ages rungo
It In IS years They Htnttd but they were
menibcis of the KHK that lund Ijccn pntl
Inir threatinlnK letters to prninlnent phy
Hlclttir school offlclnlii and bunlneKi men
and I mnpiluuii 1usd a ilnztn or more bojn ell
liloneliiK to prominent fdinlllus They
claim the lPtt rH wore written merily In
u spirit of uilxthlef and no thought nun
nntcrtiilaril of gettIng money or carrying
out luinieiTniB othir lives
A ItUU WAIl SIKXXIINC
Hhrrvrpnit Iji Mnnli 22V A
Umlth A white timii mid two iigrn wo
men were Itt III u nice clmh near Alilcn
hrhlll HOHltr pirhh mllpn north of
Shrvtoort puny thin mornIng Hmltha
1111111 will irmit futility One of tho vvo
men U > crlusly hurt
Th < > trouble xvus inuseil hv threats
whlih have lirrn umdu to kill Mrs T e
PIlIll wife wf a planter of Hnnsler mr
li h n iwrtii from the SCMIIP of tho trou
bin tint lit w pre rust both blftpkfl and
whites bavi > nrmfil IliiiriFChpn and fur
I hr hliKidHlitil Is limkf for
j il
i 1 M m And many other painful and serious
4 RISII G ailments from which most mothers
suffer can be avoided by the use of
t i Mfllftill FflSRJ This great remedy
r t5V
li j1i II I rr i m4 r is a Godsend to women carrying
I i rr ri kI J1 them through their most critical
n mj II Qf1 4 ordeal with safety and no pain
I No woman w l uses ftlotlicrs Friend need fear the suffering
pnd danger incident to birth j for it robs the ordeal of its horror
1 Ind insures safety life of mother and child and leaves her in
4 j I condition more favorable to speedy recovery The child is
llso healthy strong and
fjood natured Our book
Motherhood is worth Ed T i V S
ii ita weight in gold to every
k woman and will be sent free inPlain i
envelope by addressing application to Fl END
J Bradfield Regulator Co AtlantaGa I
1
I
TERRIBLE GOAL
MINE ISAS fER
Explosion of Gas in Shaft Kills
Ten Men and Injures
Many More
NUMBER OF DEAD IS UNKNOWN
Some An MI Dadlr Mutilated 11 III t
It Is IlIlpll Mldo to I tciog
Mill1 Tllflll
Fairmont W Va March 22T
men lire known to bo dead 25 Injured
and from 23 to 75 mlosliiK and believed
to be dead ns tho result of an explosion
of gall In the shaft of the Century Coal
company nt Century a small mining I
lon nltunted GO miles outh of Fair
mont on time Helllntitoiuv Iluckhunnon I
brunch of tho Baltimore Ohio rail t
road Tho explosion took place at 419
this afternoon but owlnR to the telu I
phono wlros being put out of coimnls
Ion by tho high winds of today d < s
tiillH art Inciting and tho names of tine I
victim FIx of uhoni are known to bo
forclKMpm wero not secured at u la to
hour tonight I
The Century mine which Is ownoJ by
Shaw brothers of Ilnltlmore Is oiu
of the lurueK iiidopciident operations In
northern West VliBlnla Over 250 mm i
are einploynl dlllly In the ithaft and
had tine cxphxdou been nil hour earlier I
the lo8H of life would have been ip I
palllUB AH It wan there nero but if t
fm roinalnliiK In the shaft the main
lily of the minors hnvlHK iult work I
for tht day The giant fan whIch fur
nlKliPK nlr for the shaft wni pnrtlall
VMocked by tho force of the explosion
hut was repaired Immediately nnJ
within an hour after the accident Bunt
James Ward had a relief gang In thu
mine
The ntllt trip out brought 10 men
tlvo dead and five badly burned The I
wore found in HIP main heading tiei
tho bottom of the shnft Thn living
could gIve no details of the explosion
taylnx they were on their way to th
surface when the cxivloslon took placj
behind them
A pcoiid expedition Immediately
went down and explored the main head
trig vvhlcli wan found to he uninjured
by the explosion except that tho brut
tlces were blown out
Four more bodies were found lij thlv
hundliiK and 20 Injuied men vpn
nmklni their v uy Inward the bottom of
the hart II rill were broilKht to the stIr
face by the rescuers Fourteen sub
hcndlngs at inldnlcht were yet unex
plored and Supt Ward who vvns stir
In the minI Rent word out that owing
to tho prevaloncp of pins IIP wan und
elded at that tlmo whether or not to
push the work Into the subheadings < ir
an hour or BO The mine however
was being roidlly freed from the tunai
ot tho explosion by the fan and thP
work of rescue will be pushed on
throughout the night
Immediately fallowing the explosion
tine otllclals began a hounetohou
cniivnus to ascertain the number of
men to bo found on the Htirfnci1 Thin
roulted In IfiO helnv found vvlio had
come out previous to the exploMon It
Is believed that thpre me ninny more
outsldo Who have not yet been ac
counted for If this Is not ttue there
are still 7Fi men In the mine wlth little
hope of their being nllvp
Itellef trains bearing phj > lolans WPC
luirrled from Thlllppl mid niiPklinnnnn
nnd the doctors Immediately took cant
of the wounded In the office billldlnjr
which wax transformed Into a tem
porary hospital
Tho famllleo of the dead wounded
and mlftslnc men Ratheied quickly nt
the opening and tIne pathetic scenes
always witnessed nt such nccldcatv
were enacted Several foreign women
Insistent upon going Into tine mine and
were only prevented by force from on
tenting tine CURO Many of tho women
ore ftlll hovering about the opening
at midnight refusing to RO Into the
camp store or other places to escape the
biting cold
An nlllclil of tine company who looked
utter the work on thn surface said at
midnight that tho company wan dolnt
nil In Its power to ascertain the named
of the dead and wounded and that a
list would be made up come time dur
ing the night
The olllclal HtntPd that owing to tli <
houlbly mutilated condition of till
dead It wn inipoxslble to recognIze
them at that hour
The Century mine emplojep wero
about equally divided between Ameri
cans and foreigners and a report was
current here that It was the liellpf of
tho e at the scene of tile explosion that
most of the dead me foreigners be
cause they were In the habit of remain
ing longer In the mine than the Amer i
ican miners i
LABOR LEADERS DISCUSS
PRESIDENTS REPLY
Washington March 22rho execu
tive council nf the American Federation
of labor spent pome limn today discus
sing the ropllis of 1resldent Roosevelt
and Speaker Cannon to the bill ot
gitovancnn presented to them rind to
1iesldwit protern Frye of the Miiat
yesterday regarding legislation affect
Ing labor Interest
Air lomperH fuld tonight that tho
concluding pant graph of the niPtnorlul
mount exactly what It aid That III
If fongrpH falls to remedy tho griev
ances the organization will appeal di
rect to the people
In other words 1m Bald the federa
tion of labor will enter tho llild of poll
ties and urge oiKnnl7fd labor to elect
man of their own choosing and thus
mayo a perfoiiHl voice In the povern
ment Finer vlll bo further dlsniK
don of the situation by the members
of tho council upon whom the remark
of the president and Mr Cannon have
made u deep Impression
Mr Oompora Insist that tine council
IB In the right regarding the tutemf > nt
pot forth In the bill of grievances that
It has absolute proof of tine represen
tations made and that the condition
of affairs In the labor world every
where Is the best propf of Us conten
tions
NEBRASKA FARMER SHOOTS
WIFE AND HER PARENTS
AVlucldi Neb March 22 August
JUIlpr II young farmer of Stanton
county went to the home of his father
inlaw Fred Harnecke where Mrs Mil
Ipr had gone after a quarrel nnd fn
tally shot his wife and dangerously
woundrd her fatehr and mother
Miller inns In turn wounded by harm
ecke but not seriously hurt
Horrowlng n neighbors horse Mil
ler mado his escape
Mrs Miller died tonight Miller was
captured In Tlmrston county
Miy LOST iv SNOWSMDI
Granite Colo March 22n enor >
mour Htiowsllde canine down last eve
ning In tine Wlndeld and Clear Creek
mining district and It Is iej > ort < l nt
COLDS CURED
4 1INOKEDAY
4 > D to M un > ons
i I Co J Cure
JIi Relieves
oCl J J the head
o throat
and
Iung
ilmot
Imme
Bdljtcly
WJTUIA J v Checks
F jvers Stops bi > charges of the osc Takes
A say Ad Aches and Pains Caused by Colds
It cures GrIp and obstinate Coughs and lire
tnts pneumonIa Sold by all Dtuggiits 2iC
HUM YOX
least halt n dozen injn have been killed
Among thu dead Is hasty Wlncborn
tho pioneer piospector and mining man
or Clmffeo county
A relief party organized here by
Jollies Ballard hua gone to the scenic ol
Die disaster
The mss of the slIde was brought to
town by a courier
SNOW BLOCKADE BROKEN
Ilr t Through Train In Dnrnngo In
Tlho Days
Domingo Colo March 22Tine snow
blockade which has existed uninterrupt
edly on tine noutlierii line of the Denver
Hlo Grande wince March 11 wait brok
en today by the arrival of u through
train from Denver
Hlockndo conditions on the llln
Grmda Southern and on the Sllverton
branch of tlie Denver tile flrimle
remain unchanged nnd train service
between Durango and Tellurlde will not
be rental ed for totera 1 days
After lielnt unowhoiind for 12 dayn
on the lofty putmnlt of Cmnbres pass
at the ciest of the Sun Juan rnnge 50
miles from HIP nearest trwn a trail
land of 50 passenger hits arrived In
Alamosa In the heart of tho San hul1
valley
The train left BurnHKo March 10 and
after It became stalled the snow con
tinued falling day after day until It Ii y
on the level higher than tho smoke
stack of the locomotive
Itallroad rmplojes carried provision r
to tho Imprisoned passengers by climb
Ing tho mountain on snowshoen nnd
they were mado ns comfortable as oi >
nlble under the circumstances Owlmj
to the hIgh altitude several passtngers
becante sick
Tine rotary penetrated to the train
last nltlit nnd this mornlnp the tires
weie ncM n rtl Jn the frnzen en
pine and the Journey made to Mimosa
NEGRO OWNER OF
WHITE SLAVES CONVICTED
New York March 22 llobcrt Sprlpijs
colored proprietor of a resort where It In
alleged white women WHO detained
u nm
CLA YTON Utahs
MUS I C Leading
COMP NY House
1091113 fAIN STREET
n
ALBERT S REISER
JEWELER
12 B lit South DeU Tel 9MOK
Watches Diamond ant Jewelry
Repair Work a Spciilty
100000 SIINA THM71S
Now kUlliiK blood poison norms In
hnlt Ioko City by manufacturing
OXYtlKN Lome tenth tightened by
mail tlntlm liody renovated Ask
jour drugiflft aimplps
W S UUDhOY l > I > S
1W So Main St Salt lak Cltyltah
ou
Our Free
Delivery
System
Is n great help If n few friends
drop In unexpectedly For In
tance It a social game of cards
Is suggested and you dont hap
pen to have the card you con
get any of the good grades In a
few minutes by simply using
your phone We have Bicycle
and Outing cinlMhc staple kinds
of quality as well as many fancy
varieties soiling nf higher prices
Schramms
Where the Cars Slop
The Great Prescription Drug
Store
Lots Improve
ments Going On
In Bait Lake We know by tine
amount of JI P paint were
selling It fits this climate
Morrison
Merrill Co
28 Main Street
IMPROVERS
GODBE PITTS
FRESCRIlTION
D P U 0 0 1ST S
lot MAIN ST
LEE KIM VING
Th OIbnted Chinese PhnlcUn
1M West South rumple Bt
Thow inds of Testimonial of Persona
Cured of Consumption Catarrh
H morrh n and Emery LHictso ted
Blckneu
Herbs Uied No Polconoui Druri
against their will was todii found guilty
by a jury of tho offense or abduction
HprlxKi wan rciimmlcil until Tuuduy fur
nentence rime extreme > nnlty In such
crlnuB IH 20 yearn Imprliionmenf
The tcfcllmony of the women witnesses
warn to tho effect Hint they had while In
toxicated bein led to the Briggs resort
annul theme behind burred window and
doorx beam held prlnoiivri Onti woman
INtUnll1 that sho hind been nn Inmate of
tine houso under those luiidlllonH for five
years TIne plain was frequented by na
Kruc On July is last tho rlocu wits roil
id by tine police Sun ggs liullitmcnt fol
toned
FIg ainvs KIJCTII
IltoHtllllDVRk Htisuln JUrcli tlTlltI
municipal cloclnril college linn elrctcd
live Jews of the provincial convention
I
A Sure Winner
The Investment of J50 In a building
lot In Smelter City will net you 200 per
cent In nlnnty days
Ifrfrm CITY TOWNS1TU CO
No 201 D F Walker Ulk
WALL PAPER SALE
0u to 2Cu papers going at 16o
2Bc to 40c papors xoltiK at 20o
COo tipper golnir at 25c to 3Co
Large iiRMirtment at lOc George W
Hbert Co 57 Main
CHEAP RATES TO MEXICO
Dally after February IB until April 7
the Colorado Midland will sell tickets
Salt Lake City to City of Mexico and
points north thereof for M460 For In
formation and literature call Ticket
office 77 west Second South Salt Lake
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How Succes Is Won postpaid 100
PhyHlcnl Culture for Baby post
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BuIldIng of Vital Power postpaid 100
Physical Culture Cook Book pout
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Fasting Hyropathy and Exercise
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Strong Eyes rx3tpald 100
Hair Culture postpaid 100
Strength from Eating 100
Natural Cure for Rupture 100 i
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How to Box paper 25
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CARTER JEWEinr 0
314 Main St
Sign of the Big Watch
If jro rnlnt cleet bail debts
> o lolf
Said tIne agent colored maim
I yn cnlnt get do ready pelf
Ill bet lie CJIIcsAnicrlCan
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Winner of stcond prIze In our
contest Arthur Parson 82
Quince St City Remember that
tho ailtflArnerlcan collects bad
debts In nil parla of the world
and elsewhere Suite 410 D F
Walker Bldff
SUCCESSFUL STOCK
MEN ARE BUYING
Union Pacific
R R Co Lands
u
UTAH AND WYOMING
Values will double In next few
years Now Is till time to buy
The terms aro cal y only one
tenth of the purchase price
down bnlnnce yearly payments
running for 10 years If you wish
Liberal discount for cash
Prices from 7G cents to U50
per acre
Particulars of Union Pacific
Land Agency No 15 W 2nd
South St Salt u Lake City Utah
The maximum of nourish
ment Jor the invalid hearty
eater is found in
HUSLERS
FLOUT
FLOU7
Gila Valley Globe
Northern Railway
THE GREAT
SOUTHWEST
MINERAL BELT
Tho Olla Valley Globe North
ern Railway Cos new passenger
schedule connects with all
through trains of the South
ern Pacific SUNSET ROUTE at
Howie Arizona furnishing direct
communication with
GLOBE
the west Smelter City of the South
EPSE RANDOLPH
President
Tucson Ariz
h
11
I When Going EastWhy
Not Enjoy Yourself f
You will If you
travel over tho
Ilnois Central R R
IT DONT COST ANY MORIS
The bfst of service between
Omahn Chicago Minneapolis and
8t Paul n vvcll as between Chi
cago St lAiuli Memphis NW
Oileiuis and nil other Southern and
Southeastern points
For full Information amid uteri
turo call on or write
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J A FOLUY Commeiclnl Agt
75 W 2nd South SI
SALT IM < U CITY tTAII
11 TRAINS n
4 4
Ill DAILY
EAST
VIA
This Includes the famous
OVERLAND LIMITED
and the HAW
LOS ANCELES
CHICAGO LIMITED
Strictly Twentieth Century Yes
tlbults Klectrlo IlehUdSteam
Hiitca Trainsoperating Pullman
Palaco Sleepers Inromparnble Ob
servntlon Uhrary and bluing Can
o tho very latest manufacture
ONLY 4 HOlI SIT IKI
TO CHC0
City Ticket Office M Main fit
H
COLORADOUTAH
SHORT LINE
TO ST IOVIS
Through car Salt take City to St
Louis nnd Kansas City Only one
chfliigo to New York Buffalo and
principal points east low rates for
summer travel
lOsiirclal attention to ladles nail
children
Tourist ulcepers through to Chi
case IloHon and other points
without change
TWO TRAINS DAIfT
Inquire nt llckul office 10S Dooly
flock Salt Lake City Any Infor
mation cheerfully plvpn
II C TOWNSEND
a V T A MIssouri IMclHc Hy
HI Luis Mo
I
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I
Sarttafe
HE Long Distance Record The Scotty Special
2265 Miles Over Mountain and Plain in less than
I I
45 hours Demonstrating That Santa Fe track I
Demonstratng I
I I and employees are of the Dependable I
kind Probably YOU wouldnt care to ride so fast You I
prefer the luxury of 3 Regular Trains From Utah and Colo
rado to everywhere East and Southwest Ask me for Tick
et Rates and Literature
C F Warren G A A T S F Ry 411 Dooly Block
Salt Lake City Utah
I
THE LAGOONRoIn
IUION nAMI IIl e < 1 ay
Ileslot UI111
Oeneral
Xan arr
Time Table 111 Rftct
Talle
rct Nov
1M
Ut mtMT 2i
6 SAT 1AI8
84 ii
a no
1 II 4e R
2 43
93 tEtvE lIOON p b
3J 13 p h
Utahs Most
road Popular Rai
TIME TABLE
DRPAUT DAILY
No 7Lo Angels Limited
Limied IIS
No 1Los Angeles K prai p1
No 51ror Stockton and Tlntlc 11t a1
No dFor Ncphl and Sanptte 11 11
Valley
Vley
No S3For Garfield 10 a1
No 65Kor Ntrhl 3011
No tiFor Nephl 11 II
lr and Lynn
lnl jM Pt
AnitlVE DAILY
No 8toi Anpelfa Limited
Limied I is
No 8Los Angeles Express 61 p1
No CIFrom L 63 11
6ZTrm Lynn A Ncphl U
No JtFrom Garneld Jt 11
No tGFrom Nephl Sanpete 11 PI
Valley 110
No MFrom Nephl 6 Pat
t
No 82From Ttntlc A Stockton 1 pt
Finest Dining Car Service In Ihe w
Only direct Him to Los WiL
11 Angeles
connection for Stef
Nevada
onnectol NevaloMII r
City llcket Offlce M a Main st Ctpt
lhones 1M J IBA MOOlt
Dt Iau Alt
I I Time r abl
I
I IN EFFECT
Feb 18 1906
ARIUVR
No I riom
lom Ocilen Ihitnao
Omuha 8t tAU Is Kans J tiny
l1
annul
Ind Denver
No sfiom OKden Iortmnd AU Lm
Butte ennui Snu lorlnd
Dute Iltl Snl Ialclsco I
wni
No 6From 11
Ogden 1
6101 Olel and tntr
111 lltr
mediate IolntR
No 12rrom Oicden Cache Val Z Lm
hey and Intermidlato
InltmdlRo Iiinti iit
No IsFiom Chlclgo OmAhA lw Lm
ORten mmiii JlltermedlatB
Ioinnts Ino
No JFrom Ogden Chicago fit I p1
JouK Ian nl city Omaha
Ueller and Han Frncl Omaha 615
v cl 61 pu
No 10From Ogden Ache Ial pr
Icy Huttn Portland and
nan FranclKco 135pl
UiiAHT
No 6For Ogdfiii Omaha c hi
dingo Denver Kanian t liy and
HI Ioul
11111 7lG
Mn
No jlor Ogden Idrtlind 1101
IJiitte Him riunclico and In
tcrtnedlatu rolnti anl 1l13
No IFor Ogden Omatn
Chlcatro nuivvr Kannax tlty
Ciy
St Louis and Sui Kran > in 1
No liFor Ogden Ouho V al pm
ley and Interimdlote
Points
InIHlllale 101rtA 1lpra
41
No nKor Ofiden Omaha thl
caR nnd IntormeillAte Points f 55pm
No 3Fon Ogden Denver Ran p1
pa Chicago city Omaha 8t Jxuls iird
No 91or Ogden Caiho Van 8olt
Icy Huttc Helena lnrtland
Smut Frunclero und Intermeill
ate Jolnts ii 11
D I IltHIKY 0 P A Up1
D S SlKNtKR A 0 I A
City tIcket Ofrtce 331 Main Stret
Telephone 2M
Note Train numbers shown above n
Oregon Short Lino train numbers ot d G
not apply to the Southern IaMfic went
Of Ogden or the Union Iailflc etus t thertof
TnHrNl TIME TABI E
In Effect Deo bun l6
IBAVU SALT LAKU CITV
No 10 For lleber nova nnd
MnrtHvale JOin
No 102 For Park City laa
No For Denver and Last S0 an
No l1Ior Ogden nnd Local
Point 105501
No tOl OB < len ant West 10 SIB
No 1 For Oiden and Wet 1 j p m
No 2Kor Denver and 18St IM pr
g SIor Proo and Eureka tCWpn
No 112For ninuhnm SWtm
No lUFor DlnRlioni 1 Wpm
No ilFor Ogden and Local
Points 81 pl
No 4For Denver and Uast 01
No 3For OKden nnd West 1110pm
AHHIVi HALT LAKH CITY
No ft From OKlnn and tine
I 3 Im
No HVrom OgilVn a4id I < rnlU
cl
IolntB U Lm
N Iolnll From Bun k n 11 Provo WCO tm
No t From Denver and Uat 11 25 jID
No 1 From Denver and Cast 135 P
No 14 From Orion p 1
No SFrom Ogdcn and the
Vcs St pm
No 101 From Pak City llSpm
No 9 From hither Provo nd
Mjrysviilo pm
No 113F rom fling iamn IGb 1m
t31rom
No lit lrom UlnRhnm 6 pl
No 4 From Odilen nn the
T pr
es 1
No 5 From vii and But nl r
All trains except NOB 1 to Inchutu
uton at intermodlato polnli
Ticket Otnce Dooly ork lhnM
Tcket Otce r onEXT
nEXT
Gen Agi Pass DrS
I A
1 II
A j
Fast through trains daily to
U Chicago via the ii
CHICAGO 1
NORTH WESTERN
tho double RAILWAY between
tho Missouri River and
Chicago tween Direct connection
with all lines to the East
Two trains daily Omaha to
St Paul and Minneapow
b
MnneaPul
I excellent service to Dulutb
and Superior
SUJorior LI
Che Best 01 Everything
Pullman drawlngrOOm leeplngcr
rnlman smokIng and lbrary cr
bufet smokor aDdl 1a
Booklorers library din fog cr
Dklore hbrar
carte serries free ree lning rhS
carl nod standard coiew
ll fP I
roFl < rl ilil r
C A WALKER OMMjtC uth w fly
38 and 40 Will hCM 61
IUU SALT LUtE CITY UTAH
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