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ire mil ulng Here
y pos + Mil e compelled
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I II dealer to 17F
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I I ner par yenr nlll
h f i mil llcenoe
must fay a 11
III milk In quan
i ill in The regu
Constipation
bouht not bf negected It leads to more
nerloui troubles It I > wolhal the Import
ant functloni uf the liver arc Imperfectly
performed The belt medic Ine to take lor It
la the mild gentle and purely vegetable CA
thartic Hoods IMIls which act on the liver
and bowels cure blllonne constipation
morning and lick ImdMbe break up colds
relieve uncomfortable tallne after dinner
Hoods Pills
Are prepared by C I HOOD CO Lowell
MUM Sold by all dnutglau and tent by
mall 1rloe 2ftc
latlonx for the milk ilcnli un ery
rigid and the Itlscn of the city ian
ho thankful when It In remembered
that pnutkally no regulation of the
milk traffic hall beet In f > ree until n
cently Saloon ieiilatlonx an greatly
Improved All booth and aide
doors mut be clemoved fun
day rlilsing will affect thu
Kaloon which have restaurants In con
mctlon the sum a a the ordinary var
iety and all apron must close at 12
oclock liitea of 1 am JAil In th +
past
The city authorities expect that they
will be able to rn < et niljeKprnr this
year without any Increuae of the taxea
and It is barely possible that a aur
pip iIII be earned which tan be ap
plied on the city debt
SHIPMENT OF WHISKY
GOES ASTRAY
OOP > N March 17Klx < ase of It
tied whi ky are being held at fie Iolce
tatlun awnltlnv a claimant The Dl
tied goods were found cached In J e
Ra Grande railroad yard early W1 I
necdai morning and It In concluded hit
N > K nr rob10 are reap n ll > le fr I
their removal 10m n nearby car Th > I
ciuMn nil bore the name of Chris In
n Ft i run via Prlci 1tshend t v
wr Chipped from Hin Fuss IH o n
It In undiTMto that Farr > n I + i pi
hibllnh toun th officers are wndrli it
how UK goIs Min gol1g to In yin ic
glll III Ulthollt lilt tlOII JI II ecl
lenth oirits nhnt I known ere a
blind pig
RAPID TRANSIT EXTENSION
TO BRIGHAM CITY
OODBN March 17 Within the next
fw 1 + ya ground will IM broken for
tin i > tcnil < m whkb will tart from ii
fact Hot iprlmr thence to Hrlnhnin
1ty The lotnpl tlon of thin Ilnu will
bo the first length In what In wild will
eventu ll > he H network of ele trie lln +
to be built by the Ogden Rapid Transit
oimpany nut of Xden Ilty to 1031111
and the northern tort if ttnh It li
expe ted that the line to Krlirh m CUr
will be In operation hef ro re 1t winter
For the purpone of piirctmHlni earn lo
ItA med on the Inteniltwn line of the
Ogden lUpl TTHiiiit company between
Ocden and Hrlghmn llly Supt Jo ph
Bally left for the east today
RYAN HOME BURGLARIZED
tKJPKN March 11IAt nlatit bur
glars entered the home of T D Ryan
2S52 Adams avenue and curried away
rllverware and jewelry vilued at tK
The burglar flrat bake open a mall
window lending Into a woodhed adjoin
Ing the rear of the house Finding It
Impossible to enter the residence In till
way they returned and forced open a
rear door The family were at the
Barred Heart academy attending the
Bt Patrick dav exercises when th
I hoiine wan robbed When they returned
they noticed the house had been rm
I Mirked and after nn Inventory foun
a number of valuable article stolen
No clew wa left by the bwrglam an
tI rollce have little hope of Iaptllrla
them
HRCUlUf IK IMVOItrit
OODBV March nAn Intertoeutnrv
dw teas of rtlone wad ranted In the
trlct Ort on Wedneednv to E Ade
nor fdee fan hit N Oren on the
xrounM of nnnUT > port
STfIKE WITII IMrMOVIV
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BEAUTIFUL WAISTS AT 100
< r lh Inn that waa secured bv our Xew York buyer at an enormotu discount thus en
l v u uffcr you a regular 150 175 and loo waist for the above quoted price Then
p u i HKV striped French Bingham and Madnls lloth all i7e + and a large assortment of
f 11 mil al + o have on side and dieplav a beint fill Inn of lingerie VVaisth all beautifully
I ll tin same price as abo M iiioud
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FRIDA SPECIALS
WOMENS SUITS 1295 1795 1995
Tit largot sliming of Suits ni all silt Lake Ja M uotnin wtn toiiiemulates baying a
11 ihl atlind this great sale Till suit an mpus IIf In hilass models ill the plain all
1 d ml fancy weave materials tin jacket the new lyio V inch length full satin or silk lined
f it rill new pleated effect All the new spring colors being shown A full assortment of
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YOUNG GIRLS CAPES 395
ladr of an extra good finality of tIll all w nol nuiUnal c from 8 year up to tGcolors
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ut rumul a new line of spring I oatsages from < < cars tin to qin the plain and
fanrl ixtiiris Prices ranjiiif from x 4 40 4d5 and f5s A jjood assortment of colors
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Sample Line Sale of White Muslin Petticoats 98c
si M li5 and 2 values are cast into the one Int ami too take your choice for the above
I priii they lire made of tIlt extra Inn material deep flounce Ian or embroidery trim
nut are about l lilt Ihindml Skirls fur tlu di 1Larp call i > advised
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ALL WOOL SKIRTS 395
1 nw hue jttst received The an nudi rat 111 ill wool IIIKV Inpi material in Ute full
pllld itftxt dark nnd light halt 1 gm j nitiiiiiit ui site
TAFFETA PETTICOATS 495
Er known color and iludi ir prissy ere well as plain black and white They are made
I an extra fine quality nf tin tattiti silk all rr < IKIIIK rtpicscnlcd
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HOSIER AND UNDER WEAR
Km fart black lua cotton Hose doiiMi heels mil t us Jnt tin r
Mud fur MK wear SMtial Irid thru pairs foi OUC
adica Humnur cotton Pests high neck and lotgr sleeves also high neck and or
had f slceVe each and25C
lalie gniuliler cotton Pant and Tight knee length and lace trimmed or
lrilal piua at each 25C
IRtflras
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found lii a irlltnil condition uvu tli
HII r1fts oftlie on 1Velnednv mil
< aunty Phyniclan J W Ililcock S n
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Ha Funimoned Mated that h u ts
Buffeting from an acute Uk of
pneumonia lie wa taken In tli
county Infirmary where he will rectiM
every attention
MtiT ll IDI5 TTIII Virll
mIKN Match 17Th 11 real 11
ld will IM seen at the Ogden thea
ter on March IH with a special com
pany under the direction of Henry
Miller
SCHOOLS ItUOIICN
OODICN Marcn nTh schools at
North Ogden have acatn been opened
and It la reported thai the scarlet Giver
epidemic at that place U under full
control
OGDEN POLICE COURT
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OODBN March 17 Daniel Murphy I
wan arraigned In poll lourt Wednesday
day morning charged with mendicancy
to which he pleaded guilty He UM
sentenced to 10 day In the city jail
Fred Wilson WJII charted with the
theft of an overcoat from the Central
Ixmn company and was sentenced i > t
pay a fine of IU or go tn jail for in
equal number of day He is In Jail
John Bullltan and John Marti ad
mitted being drank and were ea < h
sentenced to live day In jail
Walter Nelson Charted with va
grancy was not preawit to answer to
the charge and his ball amounting to
IM wan declared forfeited
John Newman warn sentenced to pay
a fine of tt for assaulting Herbert D
Heer The two men are employe I an
laborer for a oral cmmtrurtlon con
pang and testimony showed that they
bad quarreled with the remit that
Newman ave hla fellow workman a
Mark eye
The ass of l red O Hutrhln on
charged with assault was railed n1 in
the atxwnce of the defendant his bail
mounting to lt wa declared fnrfel let
This flue wan later ordered nwlnde l > y
the court and the caae will be inlloj
at R lateen sesulon of the court
The nave of the city acalnut the Cul
ev liNt rnmtMUiy charted with selling
llriimr without a license was tilled and
Mt rnlley pleaded not irullt The
mAtt was continued
Patrk k H re gan charged with rob
tray was continued after the dt fend ml
had tesNned to his antecedent None
nt the complaining1 witnesses were I > rent s
ent and the mutter was taken unler
advlsemnnt
PROVO
The New In dellnred by carrier
every night I Cunday excepted at V
cent per month All payments ass
complnlnta regarding delivery should
be made to David JoanMB agent
for IHlly Saturday and SemiWeek
ly Newa Ind Jhoirt J7 > A Order
tnken for Church work Reeldence 447
South trot Wet Strut
Carrier east side of Academy Ave
Ind JIM 4
Carrier wwit IIId of Aoadaray Ave
Ind KBA
COUNCIL WILL CALL
FOR BOND ELECTION
Tor I liHlrli Ilzlitlni Plant and lx
tiiilon of Clts 11atertturka
hictein
Special Correspondence
PKOVU March J7At the meeting
uf the city council heal evening the
Joint committee consisting of the com
mittee on waterworks and the commit
tte on electric light brought In are
l > ort commending the calling uf a
bun < lllill election at an early date to
ote on the Issuance of bond of t per
cas of the afed valuation for an
r IM trie lighting plant and t per cent
for the InatalHtlon of new water mal
o T the east bench It IH tatlmattd
that k per rent of the assessed valuer
lion of the city which U 750000 will I
amount to about 12X0000 and that thl
amount will enable the city to muki
the propox d Improvement Thu n
j > ori was adopted and the city at
torney was Instructed to draft an ordi
nance tailing the special election
The lommltlcv on judiciary present
ed a bill for an ordinance to prohibit
tin Kiil > and use of firework and air
gun < The penalty b a fine not to I
exceed 50 or Imprisonment for 10 ila >
or both MM J W Alrd Mr Vlma
U Ulngcl and lira Sam Sthwab ni
nxinlltiK the Nlnteinth Century Slut
and the SerI which hate taken th
Initiative In bringing the question I
r rare Un iHiiull were pit wnt slid as
sisted with suggestions favoring th
ordinance It was passed The or > li
nine gas Into effect July 1 so that
m1 hunt having firework on hand
nay have an opportunity to dlHpo sf
them before their sale Is unlawful
Thomas W Allen waa employed to
take charge of tle city parka for the
tt aKon
The appointment by Mayor Kay of
KtlvMtril Draper as dog tax collector
rise iiintlrmed without opposition
DISlltltT S S CON VItNTION
PROVO March 17 < Ncxt Sunday a
district Mundny school convention will
In held here for the dlatrttt comprising
Alpine Ctah WasaUth Nebo anil
Juan stakes The meeting will held
In the K Y V buildings except a gen
euil m > cling to whloh the publk Ix
i specially Invited which will he held
In the HIlto tabernacle In the evening
Meetings will bean at S oclixk a m
tliu fist being H meeting at which
IIH nilHro of the stake presidencies und
inernln ra of the bishopric of the
itakcH will meet with the Sunday
B liool ottlcer sad teacher continuing
In itexxlon till 810 when a recess will
bs taken till 995
From 9rr to 11 there will be a gen
end oMUera meotlna at which mem
b in of the union hoard will present
tnuttirx ol Interest to the ofnier
Vt U clock department meeting
will lommeiue and with the exception
of the noon adjournment will continue
till 5 othMk In the afternoon to he
folldwul h > the meeting In tho tar
lIitd In the evening
The Iroo and Utah take oltherM
mil tetii her have arranged for the
entertainment of the large number of
visitors and tho people of Proo will
anxlxf In caring for the big crowd
while they are here
rotUTii msTituT coi itr
PitnVU Mni < 4i 11Th cite In the
Fourth dlHtrlit court In which tln <
1 Iah Kmcealda topper company uel
John A Pace to collect U6 wills In
terent nn u promissory note given In
patnunt for capital stock In the com
pany wa determined In favor of d <
fenilHitt yesterday the jury bringing
In a verdict of no cause of action Thi
defendant testified that he had teen
Induced to sign tt8 note through a
mix presentation
nrituvMi > siitbMi ru WWIIIISC
IHOVH March 11A marriage
Ikea > hun been lUlled to Relish H
M > itteiinilth and Margaret E Hint
both of Fullfield
Iltovo Mtws SUTJ
TltIV March 17Two ilirailei
fight sirs near the loop on tin
Tritli hinnih caused some deluj if
trains Tuesday and Wednesday use
HCIIKIIX hating to be traiiKfcrnil
iiioun 1 Die ii reek
Th PI ot n general hospital his pur
1 n < 1 lln cninnl proiert > to tli w t
tf th b f i Ital for the u0 if this
ir wdu5 insWuun
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1 LOGAN
The Nw li iMiivorvd by Carrier
In Ion Every Night Hunduy nx
espied at 1 Cents Per month All
payment and complaints regarding
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i ftlalr Agent for Daily Daturdiiy
and SemiWeekly Nw uI W
F1rt North Street Intone IM II
Bell Office with Cardon Company
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Mala Street Phone W Belt and 161
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TROUBLE BREWING OVER
FISH AND GAME LAW
Special Correeiontlen < e
LOGAN Marsh 16 It looks aa If the
flab end came authorltlee of this count
are to hate trouble In the matter of
nfonlim the law as U > the plasing n I
screens at the Head of cunala a rmttler
that has been agitated a gmit deal
here as annually there are hundreds of
thousands of fish killed In then The
ilnef deputy warden for thin
lotmt Mr H H Peteivin of Hyrum
baa aerved notifta on all the Iwr
canal people to put In screens at the
heitda of their rvapetthi Itches with
In 10 day and threatening proe < utlon
if the order Is not compiled with Now
the power people contend that the irri
gating anal are the greatest mmaie
to the Huh and aa they hate not h1
nerved with three notice the pouir
people aver that they are filing die
criminated against and annoume thit
tbey are forming an ontanlcHtl for
the purpose of testing the iiueutt In
the courts
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The Mutual Innprotement conference
held here on Sunday was a very BUr
teraful one At the public ineetlng e
held In the tabernacle In the aft moon
the attendance unusually large ami
rloee attention was given All the sleek
er The program of mniitea renderi I
wan a good one Addnaws were mad
by Tnonuia Hull and Mendmne Wil
kvce and Bennett of the general board
of the Mutual
John W Neleon who wan to hate
been sentenced for grand larceny yes
terday afternoon wan granted a stay
until Saturday when a motion for anew
new trial In his taw will bv argued
The importance that fruit griming la
aMumlntf In this county was emphu
teed today when Mr John Quatlc cor
thla city purchased n big spraying out
fit that la operated by gawillne And
Mewra Karmutuien Ptoh mil Bailey
of Wvllaville bought another
The county cciinniihaloncni have ap
pointed Mr Frank Htev > hen on register
of birth and death at Ix > luton
The health authorltle of this < ltv
have begun their fight on the house fly
already by issuing order that all re
fuse nether ibe clettred from backyards
IIIKI dltihea and streets and dcwtr < e < l
Peop generally are sating without no
the for the talka made here this
Inter by expert have converted n
great many people of the necessity of
maintaining cleaner premises
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YOUTH OF 19 SUCCUMBS
TO HEART FAILURE
< 8K > iial C urnqiondencc
MT PLEASANT March ItIDennl
Muilcen the ytarold non of Mr and
Mrs hrmtlMii Uadaeii a member of
the Mt Pleasant city loumll died
Sunday evening The boy had been a
ufferer for year from rheumatism
and heart failure and from all ap
pearance was feeling much better un
lit Sunday when he became suddenly
much worse and died In the evening
On Tuesday evening a family dinner
was glen at the home of Andrew
MIn In honor of hi 71th birthday
A iHrue number of nlalUe were pres
ent
The county c rommlsxlon have de
cided to Improvi sonic nT the county
rnnrl by grndlng them Several drags
will also he Hocured to be lId In the
l < < llnir of the road
RECENT DEATHS 1
ITIIltir JOHN At his home on
Kanawha TH iMlle near I harlenton
W Va Feb It IMln Mr John
hithrlf in the lilril year of hli age
Mr Uiiilirlc wn one of the
oldest H well an one of the mot
hlghl renpeited lllen of the county
I tv In which he lived He was born
I > ec 2K 111 17 Kin death wan caused
b > paralysis and other comtillcatlon
I due to old age
He wan united In marriage to
Mar Wallace on Jan 14 1K41 of
this union II children were tiorn to
them Nine of these nurle him
three girls and six boys vii tr Alex
Outhrle of Nenho Mo Mrs Harriet
Boulalm of Hooper Utah Nathan
Outhrle of Dunbar W Va F I
Outhrle of Charleston W Va John I
I Outhrle of Layton Utah and
Virginia Pauline Stephen A HIM i
W m O Outhrle who rehtl at th
old homestead Deceat Wa baptlidl
into the Church of 1on < huts of
Latterday Saints Sept 1 1i3 and
won a true and faithful Lutterdu y
fenlnt to the end
It is wild by thoee that know Mm 1
beet that tie had not an enemy In tic
world HI home wa always open v > I
the elder All well H > the ministers t
other denominations It mAY well I I
Mild that no one hungry or i I
need waa ever turned away from h
door unretleed HIM wife depnrt I i
thin life on iMcember 19 1907 KM < I
DillTIn and Hnteman conducted t t
dinernl 8erlce i
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The most wonderful soundreproducing j
Instrument of the cabinet type combining
the highest results of musical genius ii
with a masterpiece of cabinet work
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e newest Edison Phonograph j
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The Amberola is beautifully simple in outline exquisitely desired
and comes in cither mahogany or oak to harmonize with surround
ings in any home It has drawers in the lower part for holding I i I I
100 records i i
It plays both
Edison Standard and Amberol Records
Tl it it the Amhemlai biggest advantage over all other initrumenti I
of the cabinet tj > c becauie Amherol Record play longer than any other
Records made rendeniur the Bert of all kinds of i
IccYpi > ill music 11 it 11 meant to be played without hurry i
ing or omitting important parts But the Amber i i
ola giver you much of the brut music that you
cannot get in any other found reprodueinr instru
CwclI ment of the cabinet t pe Thepnreinf Other j
types of Edison Ihunognphi tl210 to J125
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Leo Slezak i
now sings for the Edison
The greatest Ihinlr Irrlr tenor IA n iIit bu B d
if a n w i1Ilt Otcri Amlierol Re recd forth lUlxin t
lhnnnfraph Thaw Hn ordl include the tat trio i
trim l anti s oirlin together with anal row other i t I
Malian rand Oren Slculc sins these Italian I I
Grand Opeia silos eirtairely for tom KcliKXi 1hono
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frtfth llesr l hem nw Rksak ReroMtiit ynurdalera
awl be lure to sus and bur the Amlnrola i
a dtanomd rsRernrd7yaaeltttl
ydiwn SIIIIa Henl tie
Edison Amberol Records play twice u long Me
National Phonograph Col 75 Lakeside Ave Orange N J i i
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AMBEROLA i itt
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Krnpli 1arlort Ml the New ItcttinN I II
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FUCCBH80RS Tl > l tC 1 n M i II < sl ° v Mule Co
D O e al < ter e r e N Jiujnoa llomnay i
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1O91113 Main Street Salt Lake City
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Discontinuing
Furnishing Goods f
Hat and Shoe Depts3t rE
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To maKe room for the everincreasing demand for
Chesterfield Clothing for Men Who Know
SALE IS NOW ON
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Manhattan Shirts Kneipp Linen Underwear Bachrach and Carter J P
a Holmes NecKwear Dents Fownes S Bacmo Gloves Earl I
a Wilson Collars Night Robes and Pajamas j I
Stetson Hawes and CrofutKnapp Hats
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All GoNOTHING RESERVED i
We Quote a Few Prices
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EARL WILSON COLLARS 210 PER DOZEN F I
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Manhattan 200 quality Shirts t 1 60 300 Hats Hawes P 24O I
rinnhattan 250 Quality Shirts 2OO 400 Hats Stetson c 3 20 i i
Manhattan 300 Quality Shirts 240 500 Hats Stetson to 4OO t
Manhattan 400 Quality Shirts 32O De 600 Luxe Quality Hats 4 80 i
Just at the beginning of the season when
you need them at greatly reduced prices I
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