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I S DESETCET EVENING NlTWS Tuft hiY PEBiTCDUl5 l C1B 1008 F c Wt r
I
COMMISSION
OWN TO BUSINESS
First Definite Move in Way of
Beautifying Streets Made
Last Night
DECIDES ON PLANS
BOARD ONj
BSICCICII tii AssUt In
oncr
rlr
lrolIC ulIIl arldiiR Streets
T1CC
11UIIlW1rCtS
PolltlM to l0 Sllllllnc
tho beautifying or Salt
for
r Aw are betnff matured by tho
CW
LAke commissioners At a
1104111 of park the ofllco or tho City recorder
B7i at which A Fred
afternoon
ilerdnatemoon
Schurd P Morris Huber M
I f ft fa McGlnty C H Grimn
I Win were present the
hoWcr
Dhower
nlSSnlfomovo was made in regard
1 HflnUC
11th Of trees In the streets
lantlng
1
tJ the of boulevards
l1I1oUCe9 pardnOf sent td all property
otLCe5 districts 111 which work
the
owfb6 In Informing properly own
fc W be done will be expected ot thorn
erB of tSlnir out or tho pin 115 The
in the s or trees were agreed
r
jQflQ1ng the streeta named i
upon tar avenue from Canyon road to
eOfl maple und western
l pertonNorWI
rrcaI110 from A slice to Pop
vT aunue
First and Linden European
yertonElm
arlel street from State to the res
l nrltham BtIver and sycamore maple
crrauonSllver troin State to tho
First South Ashleaved maple box el
and sypanioie maple
der fiom BrlRham to
street
East
sixth
occidental
Third South street Sycamore from Fifth to Ninth
Maini linden
Black elm and European
i suthBhlck from west South Temple
i second West Carolina poplar and
toWarrrt sprlngBCllrollnn
poplar
Uolleana s
of Lombardy ioplava
The planting In tho future All
prohibited
will be and unsightly treob must h1 rc
AatA aI to
trcPH that contlorm
1 moved All good
the general plans will be reserved
DUTIES OF OWNEKU
will the no
Sunt Byhowcr eVery proparo will bo
tires at once the coopcintlon ot thu
jnade to secure ownera In carrylns out tho
properlY Property owners
Plans ogticd upon tho ground
Rtll bo expected to park
their places on tho streets
In frOnt of unhealthy and
all dead
iiamrdromove
unsightly trees and plant trees of tho
valietYdcslsnntetl by the Buperlntcnd
varietY
property owners rufuso
Should the
tnt With all reasonable requesis
comply
under
has the power
superintendent done ana
to havo the work
law
the the
hire the cost assessed against
property made to stimulate
Every pfifort will bo
tho pride of tho property ownms
late
substantial
it It tho hope Unit
inJ
mii
the
progress wlli bo made within
present year
POLITICS TO UK SHUNNED
SupL ByKovir han been given full
to employ help by the commis
jxmtr sioners PolltlcH Is to bo shunned In
the boar < l It has Just developed how
that J Ii McGlnty who Is very
ever
hard
American tried
lI1uthOt an
touch Jjrirf the absenco from the city of tho
other commissioners to have three men
duchirgcd on the ground that they
Jlormons His Information ctmo
were
for
from E J William sardncr
Thomas Kcnrns who was on applicant
ta the position of park commltwloner
attention to the
SupL Hyhower paid no
the matter
appeals ot McGlnty and
w not referred to In the meotlnK yes
tfriJjr
nmosic coxsriiTION CURED
Cut who suffers chronic constipation
It U danger or many serious ailments
Urine Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic 1
foritlpatlon as It aids digestion and
ittauutes tho liver nnd bowels restoring
I
the nitural action of these organs Com
mInce taking It today and you will feel
Utter at once Orlno Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and la
TtrJ pleatant to take Refuse substltu
td F J HI1 Drug Co The Never
Sutistltulors
VETERAN PATH FINDER
John 11 Colton Ono of Dlicoxercrs
Heiitli Valley la Here
John 13 Colton one or the dlsco
ems of Death Valley California Is
ta Salt Lake this morning on his way
h bls fann known IIH the Buzzard
lhct ranch at Cddyvlllo Neb
lie has Juel ben over to Lad CM
to a reunion of all the members of tho
alty whIch made the famoua trip
wrojs the western desert from Silt
Lake IL was held Feb 4l tho annlvcr
JJ7 01 the day they cmcrRcd through
inftuntain after four or their mem
ben had Btaived to death In Death
JnyiThere were over 30 In tide party
but only four were mill nllve to hold
the mmiofi of 1BOS
toUr ColllJn Is a cousin of D D Col
ton uJne of tho xulWcg ot tim tmnB
co ornlal railroad Ho describes
Ileavantli his experience In Salt Ialle
In the jummer of 1S49 whllo bound
for California > Wo got hero tOO late
he ww to go on through by the
Mrtberl route whoro the Uonncr
party had teen frozen to death nml
1e Were ton curly to try tho fouthorn
rout hlselll was too dry We spent
two ponj here nnd I became no
= =
1
Tempting styles for sprinrj
1908 I mMoneyBHck hoes
are now ready for your mArc
pecton The smart dressers
Arc getting theirs
come in
for yours Waterproof hoes
and rubbers for thia hind of
weather in uptotheminute
styles all sizes and width at
prces D lJkeeP ng With Mon
cy nek dealing which
means they cost
no more
han the other hind and
you
IIIW tlthho satisfaction of hay
lnB the best there IB
DAVIS SHOE CO
I
COOPER PERFORMS
MIRACLE AT HUB
The Wonderful Story of Mrs
Weller of Jamaica
Plain
DOZEN YEARS OF DEAFNESS
Took n Chance nUll Iull OWl I I Hue
Croud to Sco Young Cooper of
Ohio nnd Is Xov 11111111
Boston Tebruary 17 There lIeenll
to bo no letup In time tremendous In
ercut that liftn been aroused In this
city nnd vlclnty by L T Cooper time
young phllanthropUt who Is Intro
ducing his preparations to Boston
leoplo The remarkable results ao
ompllshed by him In the past two
WeekS arc dally becoming more manl
eat SomA ot those who purchased
his medicine In tho early part of liIt
visit are now calling at his headcjuar
ter tho Jaynes Drug Store 60 Wash
ngton Street to report results
Yesterday was rccordbicaking
day and many present were anxious
to tell what Coopers preparations
had done for them Ono of these was
Mrs W Wcllor llvlns at 35C7 Wash
ington Street Jamaica Plain Mr
Wellei had previously been treated
for deafness which according to her
story had afflicted her for twelve
rears She can now hear any ordin
ary conversation In relating her
xprrlence Mrs Weller said
For twelve yeais I have been af
lllcted with cutarrhal deafness and
heard no word during that time I
have seen many physicians and taken
much medicine but for all the good
1l did mo It might have been so much
water I read n great deal about these
Coopers medicines but paid little at
tention to It until I read of a man In
Cambridge who had been iclleved ot
atarihal deafness utter twenty year
I then came hero and bought the medicine
cine both for local application nnd
to be taken Internally
At tho ond of tho week I heard the
clock in tim dining room tick I had
never heard It before as we bought It
since I became deaf I also heard
street noises and somo conversation
Now I can hero BO much better that I
iin absolutely astonished I 110 long
er have head noises and the dropping
In my throat has altogether ceased
Tho New Discovery has also cured
IdlY husband of constipation although
lIft hu been taking medicine all his
life for It with out relief He has no
trouble of that kind at all since taR
Ing tho medicine Wo both consld
11 thcso mcdlcincH bo perfectly won
donut In what they accomplish
Statements such as this from pour
havo
Cell ot unquestioned Integrity
Irmly established public confidence In
Coopers ability and although some
members of tho medical profession
scoff when the subject Is brought up
In their presence the faith of the peo
Idle generally remains unshaken
Qualnted with many members of the
ChUrch being especially well acquaint
ed with Parlny P Pratt and Lorenzo
now
nowWe finally started west to tho San
uaquln alloy on ubn or miss sort
ot a trail After going southwest for
a time wo decided to cut off from the
trail and try It northward And then It
vas that we encountered tho terrible
Death Valley In which we were lost for
quite a time and finally emerged
through the inoiitnlns at Lodi
We found the bora In Death Val
jy and silver mines but In those days
gold was too entirely tho quest to bother
with little things like borax and sli
er
erMr Colton lives at Kansas City and
will go to his home there after visIt
Ing at his Buzzard Roost ranch for a S
ivenk
Users of Quick Slilnu shoe Polish
say It is tho best and most lasting pot
sh they have over used It gives u
polish to tho leather and It wont rub
oft on the clothing A well satisfied
user Is the best advertisement Man
ufactured by the Quick Shine Shoe
Polish Co Des MoInes Iowa Dealers
supplied Salt Lake City and Ogden
jobbers
STATE PAIR OFFICIALS
List or TJio o to Servo This Year Is
11110 Ihiblle
Secretary Ensign or tho State Fair
association gave out last evening the
following officials for the state fair
October next
Supervisors Deportment A horses
Thomas H S Smith department AA
fast horses Lester D Freed depart
ment H cattle M 1C Parsons depart
ment C sheen and swine J II Secly
department I > poultry Robert R Ir
vine department K dairy products
William C Winder department F
agricultural products William C Win
der department O horticulture anil
llorlculturp F J 1I0nllcr hot depart
ment H tigilcultural machinery Jo
eph A Silver doparlment I manu
factures Frank J Hewlett depart
mont J minerals Joseph A Sliver de
partment K fine urtB Mrs PT niter
department U woman work Mrs N
A Kmpoy department 51 educa
tional Mrs N P lItter department
N dog show M 1C Parsons depart
ment 0 miscellaneous M K Parsons
Tho utamlliiK committees for 1008
iirp Kxerutlve and bnUllnB lames
O McDonald Joseph A fillver M K
Pareono Lester D Freed and Frank J
Howlutt piemlums and exhibits John
H Hcoly T H Nmlth r J Homier
hol Mrs p J Illlcr iind Mrs N A
Kintipy tlnnnce JuincH 0 McDonald
M K Parsons und William C Winders
transportation K Parsons Joseph
A Silver nnd Lostar D Freed
Them Is to be nn midway at the
next fair thero IK to lia a larger ont
tK houFC II JapanoBO fair and the
leciulnryh olllco will be moved to the
main building
HEALTH CONVENTION
I
Snroliiry of StiiUi Htxml Biinllns Out i
Clrciilnrx CuntalfiliiK ljtlsllltIYO Act I
Th secretary of tho state board ot
liculth Is HcndlnK out n rlrcuhvr letter to
the health iitHcum of tlui state contnln >
lug tho act by the last legislature pro
tiding for mi annual convention If
health nfllcert judd I ho payment of theIr
actual and nefcutai traveling upciibta
A liiMiltli convrntlon hiss been called to
inret In Halt IHkc April S tu 0 Mi Tim
net ivftrrcd to In us follow
Tic It enacted hv the legislature of the
suits uf Uiuh
fled lop 1 That tlicio Blmll bo held an >
mmlly at the stale rnnltul ut such lima
UH nmv bu designated by tho stale hoard
ot health a convention of lioaltli pfdcerii
of thu StOIC
Hoctlon 2 Tho health officer of racli
city IOVMI nhd precinct of tho itfttu Khali
bu a member of such convention and his
Actual and necessiiry tnivollnj Mpen i
hull be Pflil by tIle city town or county
from which In hold his npnolntment
Becllon 3 Bald cniiventlan shall to IIPM
for tlm purpose or dUsmnlnatlnrf Know
Ifdgd an to jha rails iinil Prevention of
dlteiur ami the brut in f I hod of onfomlnu
tim unnllarv laws rf the state and the
rnlpii nnd renUlMilons of tide stato board
nf henlthi ulul shell hn tinder the KPnvial
I dIrection of tlio state hosrd of health
I Appiovciljllt Oay pt IU4th PQ1
COUNCILMAN HALL
SEEMS UNPOPULAR
Has Persistent Way of Inquiring
Into Citys Financial
Condition
DISTASTEFUL AMERICANS
iVmil to Know Why Auditors Itcport
Duo Feb a HUD Not Item Sub
mitted Council lloiitlim
Councilman L E Hall has been
Tying Rt > Persistently to find out the
financial condition of the city that
110 In coming to bo looked upon as
IL tiulsanco by tho financiers of the
American party Mr Hal added to
In unpopularity last evening l > y hay
Ing a communication from City Audi
tar Alft Mont back to him Some Unto
ago a resolution of Mr Halls vas
adopted by tho council calling upon
limo auditor for hlu annual report
for reasons why ho had not mado his
report In compliance with the law
whIch requires that tho report be
ubmittcd not later than the first
Monday In February The commUnl I
iatlon from the auditor last night was I
t o till effect that because oC tho
change from ho old to the now way
accounting ho was unable to make
tho report nnd that ho did not have
iuftlclont help In his office to malt
ho report anyhow
This communication did not nntls
t y MI Hall He wanted to know
when tim council might expect n re
port Ho said they were uskcil to
vote money ovory week and ltlho
annie time they know nothing us to
the financial condition of the city
The treasurers report he said was
misleading because It reported J2CO
000 of a balance In the bank whon
as n matter of fact the balance was
but JCOOOO He wunted some way
It getting at the figures and If tho
new syntein of bookkeeping Old not
furnish this Information tlwn ho
thought the city hotter get back 10
ome old way of bookkeeping lie
thought the special audit of thu citys
accounts was no OXCUSO for violation
of the law Assurance was given that I
the full report would be In In four i
days
aysNO
NO MONEY FOR SALAPIES
Two lively communications wore
mont to the council by Chief of Police
Pitt One was a demand for the
onllrmatton of the 15 now police
men recently appointed It was
pointed out that much of the rest
dence portion of the city Is having no
i oil co protection that the present
force is overworked that aomo of
the mon now on tho force are Mik
rom overwork This communication
went to the finance committee as It
i 1 understood that tho now police if
hears cannot bo put on the payroll
until tho money is secured from sumo
source to pay their salaries
CITY WANTS NEW LAWS
The second communication related
to Sunday closing guinbllnK and tho I
social evil Chief 1ltt demands new
ordinances to cnabln him to cope with
these problems Ho cited the 7rdln
inces of Los Angeles These penult
no person to enter saloons on Sunday
for any purpose they provide for an
unobstructed view Into the miloona it
all times they prohibit card and wine
rooms In saloons they prohibit wo
men entering saloons they prohibit
boothb nntflboxps In restaurants they
make It easier to convict of gambling
In that It Is not iecesmiry to see
the actual exchange of money This
communication went to tho munlclp
111 laws committee Chief Pitt ex
pressed the determination to stamp
mt gambling and Sunday liquor sell
hIS I
WILL BE MAYOIl PRO TEM
A communication from Mayor
John S Bransford conveyed tho In
formation that ho expected to he ab
cent from the city for some days and
tisked that a member of tho council
DC designated to act In his atoud lur
ing his absunoe Councilman Ferry
was chosen by unanimous vote on mo
tion of Councilman noedall
LAUGH GOES ROUND
A laugh went around the council
chamber whon a communication was
read from S G Gcrnert of St Louis
In which the writer said lie under
stood the city was preparing to Issue
municipal bandy Ho nuked tho niiv
heWn of printing them H would
cem from this that the condition of
ho city treasury li known as fur east
as St Louis If not further
CLAIMS LICENSE IS UNFAIll
W 13 Dray Kid Who runs a lunch
room at 41 east Second South stroct
sent In a communication protesting
against tho injuxtlcQ of the proecni or
dinance regulating the UCOIIKUS of
restaurants anal asking for a Hut
nto Under the piesont orrtliiuncc
restaurants with n sCatting capacity of
30 or more persona must nay J75
tax tliojo seating between 30 and 30
pay 40 Mr Bray holds that these
rates pro unjust for tho reason that
a restaurant Beating 200 persons pays
no higher licence than the small miles
In Ills class Tho matter will 10110n
sldercd by tho license committee
M1212T THURSDAY KVKNINO
After dUpailng of part of tho
batch of routtnu busIness the i iinull
took a ifcoKji till Thursday ovonlnj
GETS 75 DAYS
Moirls higgIns was arrnlcneil before
Juiie Dldhl yesterday afternoon on tho
charge of petit larceny Ho twos fomid
guilty and 8 ntonccd to 73 days In Jail in
Hun of iicfuult III i r tine
LOS ANGELES BANKERS
CALL IN ALL SCRIP
Los Anuclco Fob 17The Los An
geles gloailni house association today
Issued n call for the return of all clear
ing house ccrtltlcatos IKHUOI during tltp
period ot the r cenl financial crisis Tip
quantity nf the scrIp orlnlnAlly Issued
hUll liecn materially leduceil by prlur
wlthdrovvnlH and HH dlsappoarunco av
a mndlum ot exchange will sciucoly ua
notlcad
When in doubt as to
what to eat natural appe
tite has taken a Ilump To
get right again try
Grape = Nuts
There R Reason
1 IT
WILL BE THREES
TICKETS FIELD
Preparations Being Made for
Forthcoming Judicial
Conventions
AMERICANS WILL BE IN RACE
tcpnbllciui Cull IH Already Out Wlillo
rlliut of DrmocTAls In In Proccwn of
Formation PoHslbto Candldntcs
From present Indications there will
be ut least three tickets In the Held
when tho coming Judiciary conven
lons are oeltho Third Judicial
district
AB to whether there will be an
American ticket there has been somo
doubt but District Chairman J E
Darmcr said todny when asked about
this situation Vhllo I have not call
ed my committee together and tho
matter has not bcun discussed still I
an say almost with certainty judging
from present party sentiment that
hoio will be an American party
judicial convention
The Republican call for the conven
tion la already out while the Demo
rats arc plaiwlnfr to put a full ticket
In tho Held unless a nonpartisan
movement comes Into being This
movemunt Is favored by local membcrrt
of the Bar association and opposed by
politicIan who declare that the heads
if the Bar association represent the
large corporations and that this asso
ciation thereforo ought not to havo any
told on nominations that would inuko
JUdges look to It rather than to tho
people through their regular conven
Ions
FAVORS NONPARTISAN
JUdgo William ir King declared to
lay that ho favored a nonpartisan
convention with n ticket composed of
he best men obtainable regardless of
politics and all other matters
The KepubllcanH aro worklns Meadi
ly for the day of judicial nominations
rho voting will bo In Salt Luke county
rooelo county nnd Summit county
and the four judges Morse Ritchie
owls nnd Armstrong ore up for re
nomination So tar Morse and Illtchlo
have llttlo or no opposition and their
places arc conceded to them by poli
ticians at least On Armstrong a fight
ivlll be made but he has an organiza
tion working for him throughout tho
section whero the votes will bo polled
Ono thing mIlkIng for Armstrongs
popularity Is his reputation for giving
stiff sentences to burglars nnd crim
mIlls such an the business district
rears Judge Whltakor of the city
court la mentioned as n possibility for
a place against him and II A Smith
of the law firm of Edwards Smith
Price Is also named as a possible can
Mate
Whether Dlst Atty Loofbourow will
land the rcnomlnntlon Is doubtful and
on this office at least one good po
litical fight Is preparing for Job Lyon
has been out on a long still hunt for
the place and Is already well enough
entronchfd to make It Interesting for
Mr Loofbourow H A Smith Is also
being boosted for the place as well as
for a judgeshIp
HrLES FOR AMERICANS
Ogden lilies III ulnoat certain to be
nominated on the Aijierlcan ticket ai
ono of tho four but few other names
are definitely mentioned as yet
Among the Democrats Charles Bald
win at present U commissioner Is
almost certain to be named for ono of
tho places with three places open to a
field nona of them yet showing winning
colors
loOn NATIONAL CONVENTION
Besides the judicial conventions an
other sot wlllbodw In lay or early
June Those will be to select six Re
publicans for the Chicago convention
and six Democrats for tho Denver con
vention In addition the Democrats
will name a national commlttceman the
candidates for this place at present be
ing Frank B Stephens Joel L Priest
Judge W H King and Judge O W
Powers Mr Stephens and Judge Pow
ers seem to have tho larger size booms
and the probability filet tho final
choice will bo between them
S
Foleys Honey and Tar cures tho most
obstinate coughs and expels the cold
from the system as It Is mildly IIIXHIO
It Is guaranteed The genuIne Is In tho
yellow package F J Hill Drug Co
The Never Substitute
PRISON LIFE CHILDS lLAY
Deputy lIre TlilnUs Vslerii Convicts
Hiuo liiby Time
Deputy Warden Uro has returned from
Ohio where he took a prisoner wanted
there for burglary he having Just tervcd
a term In tho Utah thce prison for
torgey Mr Brim took hIs moil to the Re
formatory at Mnnsfleld wheN first lion
tence prisoners are tent though this man
niiiy bo transferred to Columbus on tile
scoro of his having been In prison here
Tha Utah officer wns astonished at the i
palatial character of the Mansfield orison
wlmro everything 18 fully up to date
Most of the mon are kept nt work whllo
thufe who ara not engaged in manual
labor nro put through u mllltaiy drill in I
the yard Not only at Maneilclcl but at
other prisons In the cant viSited by Mr
Uio he noted prlsonac WOrn allowed
to be ut large In the prison yards and
were nut allowed 10 sit around In the cell
houses together smoking and playing
Various galIlee umong th < msrlves Prison
cm are murchod from tholr fulls in the
niuinlnir tu the hrfuKfuit table then back
to tholr culls and ilicnitt 10 tho work
rooms At noon they ire marched to din
ner and then to their nils until the Inside
guards hnvo thrlr Ulnnci They Idle thun
mulched lo tho afternoon work after
wnrd to their cells thn to Hiipp r and
to their cells nKiini Marching and drill
tOg under guard Is nil rho vxercliio prison
ern receive outsliln of tha regular dally
taskH Letter wrltlnir laity bti Indulged In
once In IWo weeks nn 1 clth convict may
receive n cull from friend or relatives
onco In about six or lirht Weeks
Mr Uro says prison bite In Utah
Wyoming and come other western states
In mere childs nlav compared with tho
r life in eastern iirhom The
prlncliml trouble with fluIds In west
eni prlsonn IH to keep thom from dope
In tho east there II rip trOUble from this
source it U large due hern to so many
ccl lets liMlnic served limy In 0 llforn
where oiilum is finumrlM In from Asiatic
com tries and distributed amonjt no many
pfo lie Then aftei nnro nrqlll rlnK a
lucia for tile stuff era bent on giving It
to others
THIS MAY INTKIIKST YOU
No ono Is Immune from kmnejr trouble
10 Just renlnnlher Ihot rniii Kianoy
Cure 11I rtllp tI1I Irre ulllrltl 111111 Cllre
ni CIUII p kldnp Ind blar1l or tronblo
Unit In not bnvond lit reach or l1Iedl
cine F J Hill Dnf Co Tho Never
flubIllllllr
ME FUNKS CAREER
Itnpd Adnnwi of Hi iunlIacr IIr H > o
JnUTiuUloiwl llwwtcr Co
A well Known hIustlitelu flail or thIs
pity siwaklns of tho artIcle In the Sit
urday Mown on the Mopmont of the
I1rnaUlmal flgvesturCOmPAt
C lcc1a1ll at Uw UlIIlUOa Q1 111
S PORTUGALS NEW RULER
Called to the throne by the bloody
assassInation ot hit father and elder
bipther Manuel II Oic 18yearold king
of Portugal bids fair because of tho
sympathy he has aroused to prove a
stiang forco In holding together tho
piescnt political fabric of his distract
ed country For the tlmo at least the
olnmonts making for a republic are held
In check nod It Is thought that the mon
arch will emerge stronger than ever
Realizing that the responsibility for
recent happenings must fall upon him
Premier Franco has resigned and a now
Funk assistant to President McCor
mick says
Mr Funks career Is an excellent
Illustration of the growth of a self
modo man He left his mothers farm
near Bloomlngton Illinois In tho early
eighties to enter the employ of War
ner Bushncll Glessmer an n clerk
In the collection department at a salary
of J8 a week Advancement In those
days was very Blow but Mr Funk pos
sessed that sort of stlcktoltivencss that
knows no such word ns fall and ho
gradually advanced from one step to
another until he outstripped many of
those today connected with the Inter
national harvester company who were
associated with him In tho old days
Although comparatively young Mr
Funk has acquired a thorough and
practical knowledge of the harvester
I business In all Its detail Ills time Ji
ministry has been formed The army
and navy are undoubtedly loyal to tho
monarchy and tho strongest political
supporters of a republic feel that their
hands have been tied by the assassina
tions and arc afraid to make any ac
tive movumant at the present lest they
share In the guilt of tho murderers
The government will remain dicta
torship for some time but with tho
rankling element of Franco eliminated
and the terror of recent events fresh
In mind the people aro expected to
sublnblt to It the best solution of a
difficult problem
largely occupied III the solution of dif
llcult problems und his advice Is eager
ly sought by tho owners of tho busi
ness because he Is recosiilzed as a
man with brains
Tho volume on the International Har
vester company above referred to was
Issued simultaneously with an article
from the pen of Paul Canson printed In
Hverybodys Magazine under the ti
tle of Romance of tho Reaper
SPUCTMJ AXXOUJf CEMENT ItE
GAIUUXG Till XATIOXAL IURIS
FOOD AND DRUG LAW
s aro pleated to announce that
Foleys Honey anti Tar for couuhs colds
and lung troubles Is not affected by tha
National Pine Food and Drug law a1
It contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs and we recommend It as a safe
remedy for children und adults F J
JJJIIIDnf Co Tho Never BUbttltutori
NEW MUSEUM BUILDING FOR LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY
The noble structure shown herewith Js the reconstructed museum building
nt Leland Stanford which Is to take the place of tin one destroyed by tho
artbquake It Is now us It stands the largest museum In tho world of Its
kind
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Only One BROMO QUININE that Is
laxative romo Quinine c6 4LllPImsbox every
Cures a Cold In One Pay Grip In 2 Pays box 25o
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dont select from u catalogue
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ELIAS MORRIS
SONS COMPANY
Oproiite loutk ttt Temple Block
We now have
31 Dubonnet
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The imported article
so popular with every
one who knows the
genuine Dubonnet
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Established 1SSS
UTAH COMMERCIAL
AND SAVINGS BANK
WM F ARMSTRONG President
BYRON GROO Cashier
Commercial Banking In all Its
Branches Four per cent Interest paid
on savings oJeposlta
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
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NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBlIC
U 8 DBPOSITORY
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A SIURRAY Vice Pronlclent
W F EARL i Cashier
K A CULUERT8ON Awt Cashier
Capital and Surplus t423CC4oa
A thoroughly modern saving depart
ment conducted In connection with
this bank Sato deposit boxes for rent
WALKER BROS Bankers
Incorporated Established 1M7
Capital J2MOOOOO
Surplus 110000000
Absorbed the Suit Lake Branch of
WellsForgo 8 Cos Bank
J E COSaRfPF np CLARK
President Cashier
OPEN AN ACOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank
An Exponent of Conservatism Com
bined with Enterprise
A II PEABODY Asst Cashier
Tue State Bank of Utah
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Established In 1830
Solicits accounts at Banks Finns
and Individuals and extend > to cus
tomers every reusonabla courtesy
and facility
Joheph V Smith President
Anthon II Lund Vice President
Wm B lruton Vlco President
Charles B HortOn Cashier
II T MelSwan Aut Cashier
W B JlcCornlck Jos Nelson
Prest VlceJrcst
UTAH NATIONAL BANK
SliT TuYKi CITY UTAH
Pays Interest on time ileposlU Safety
deposit boxes for mil
Capital and surplus 1X0000
ThoR R Cutler V P It T Badger
Cashier
U B DBPOBITOHV
DESERET
NATIONAL BANK
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Capital UOOCOOOO
Surplus JWJWOOO
I H luLlS Prtsldant
MOBKQ THATCH Vic President
II 8 IOUNCI Cashier
DOAn H HIU Ass Cashier
L W UUHTON Asat Cashier
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
TilE DESERET SAVINGS HANK
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Thatchur Vita Prasident BUM A
BmUh cishlr L B Hills John H
IlirnM John C Culler David EC
ole A W Carbon Q ore Ilotnney
J It Winder Oeorne Sutherland
Jid Hnxuot W K James
l3ior r 0llt Intool p aId on sKvlnim
McCORNICK Sr CO
BANKERS
BAWT LAKH CITtUTJlI
Established JKII

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