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DESERET M EVENING NEWS THURSDAY APRIL 21 1010 9
MINNEHAHAS
CARGO JETTISONED
Greatest Day in the History of
The Wreckers of the
Scilly Islands
TO THEM TREASURE TROVE
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JIIrulUIt and lMiln r Aliniuloiinl unit
s < iooN JinN ril ti > Luther
in Goods
Himhtnwn Sclllr Islands April to
Thr Inhabitants of the rocky Sic Illy
elands wm famous wreckers of prim
llc tlmis but they will fow ro
m n brr thin as the greatest flAy In
theft history The Atlantic TruMport
Ilnr Mlnnehaha wrecked Monday tlls
COIKI d V ° t of h < r W ton of valu
ahlr ir5 rating It up on the waters
ill d iv lol to he Rathorixl up by tho < M
sit surd to take the trouble
I irmlriK and rUhlnK were abandoned
enl etn wheat was dismissed while
mt of the population of the nearby
Llalule mon women and children de
uted themselves to obtaining trpan
ri > from the water The sa1Hs < rs
dei bd lii try to Karate the MlnnrhHha
b utltnic her In half In the Maine
wet th Whll star tcaiiiHhli uvl <
vj i h went usliore near the Lilsurd
In M mh 190 was saved
T gin wave bent up too high and
tr it fr the lup to go alonirslile
toi > fl llr so < in were thrown ovtT
Ivia ot fR hr the forward hold as fut as
n x mix and n large crew could
Ta > i m t > i the deck
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flOSLERS FlOUR
and planin followed one another over
the side striking the water with A
Great splash Bowing machines and I
rlotk went with tIm white furniture
anatri eer wlwiti Many t les of
rlgurettea covered the fair of the water
anti ton of cheap American novel
drifted to the nearby shore of liryher
where they were piled like seaweed
Tidings of the Jettisoning of wen I til
spread early and a flotilla of nshlne
craft lugger and row boats scurried
tn the scene Ac fast an the cargo hit
the water the enterprising bontNmen
pulled up the smaller case while they
Ik the lacer unea In tow
Met of the machinery was taken
from the wreck und transported to St
Man whirr the custom ottUlals
took hiirci of It It will be stored
In warehouse and later aold b > the
liiHiirnmr lonipanle
MAn litatloiiln of prntlalon wen
t ikon arr be the Islanders The
f j l THE a HEAL u CUR
jOc1jcO FOR SCOVUL
Scrofula is a blood dltfftae manifested tumuli by an UcerUon of U
glirdi It is nicest entirely hereditary In Its origin being tho seeds or dregs c
some ipeciflc blood poison which has been transmitted in modified form to ttr
DCspring diseased parentage Where the blood ii specially vitiated Sciifal
stu ks other portions of the system beside tho glands and we Me its effect
frequently in weak eyes poorly devclopd bodies running sores and ulcers iJtl
lUMiS a like scaldhoad catarrhal troubles etc While the young are the tisua
caterers from gcrofnlous troubles it M true that it is sometimes hold in chad
cattl middle life is reached or pad and then an tho physical system begins t
dtJne older persons are attacked by tba disease S 8 S is the one cal aa
certain cure for Scrofula It is a blood purifier without an equal and it CUff
this destructive blood poison by removing the gamma from the blood and so eu
richlng and building up tho circulation that the disease can not remain S S T
Starches oat every taint and impurity from the blood it gives to the blood tt
richness and power necessary to the healthy growth of chUren and it strength
us ard Invignratea the constitutions of older persons by its flue tonic effects
S S S is a purely vegetable maUclno perfectly safe for young or old Scro
Inla being a blood dlseate can only be cured by a blood purifier like 8 8 S
Hook on the blood free to all who write and request It
Tins SWIFT SPBOIFIO CO ATLANTA GA
Tree Tea
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Is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure Food regulations
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A tea to be high quality must be first crop
must be mountain grownmust be unifonr
Tree Tea is <
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mountain grown
always uniform
Beware of imitations
M J flRANDFNSTrIN fe CO
Lenfus
WITH the coming 1910 the Hartford Fire Insurance
Company his rounded out a century of business history That
means something in the hazardous business of fire insurance for four out of
every five companies organized in this country have either failed or retired
It means unshaken stability The smoke of every great American conflagration
has darkened the ily over the IC Hartfords head In San Francisco alone it
r 10I1e11 million But emerging triumphant from the ordeals of 100 years it
enters its second century stronger than ever
Unshaken stability for a century is no mean heritage but age is venerable
only when adorned with honor Honor implies more than honesty It is the
quality which impels an institution to meet every obligation not only with
promptness and exactness but with fairness and a spirit of
v 1 lpr equity That Is the IC Hartfords record in the past its
4 aim today and its ideal for the future Its policies afford
unsurpassed indemnity and by cooperating with its patrons
dI c to lessen fire dangers it oTcrs continuous service Its busi
iI o ness scattered among more than 15000 communities
throughout this great land is the largest cf any fire insur
OaD ance company in America
Insure in the Hartford
Hcbcr J Grant Company Agents
22 So Main Street Salt Lake City Utah
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INIXIH hf floats Tea and tolMKl find
th < > uitii < 1n of pHp < Tci ered novel
niHiKh to keep the Inlander In m
Ine matter for a century
Two hundred and twentyfour cattle
swam ashore while 10 were itrowiwd
Tim seamen here think that It will
M Impossible to save the Mlnnehaha
and they look for the tint strong who
to break her to plrm
WOMAN SCORNED TURNS
ON OGDEN ROBBER
tan VaiKUc April HMrttmtion
Incarnated In a young gpanlih gift
whom M wronged HOB swept dwn
upon Charlmi tiltten a confessed mur
derer In Jail at Ban Ju m
Annl UII once the elthllUt then
the pal and now the nrmmi e if
Chlftra made a statement to the San
Jo e anthorltlm yesterday purprrtliid
to be a record of many rUuw whirl
ahe lay to bitten H amount Hrs derv
the murder of PtIImn Gorse Why
bark of Banta darn which till youth
prlxmer admits the girl declnrpii that
mitten view three other menia iin
Sheriff A tV LJndqul of Berki lex
Prod A Smith a 9an Kranrlcro mo
tor man and William 8 < hneirter wh >
wan killed In a hath h use here
Ihllten III aIs11 tlletd to tit lh
notorious drugstore bandit whO op r
ated In this city last te rencr All
of the crime charged tit fhlft n wer
committed In the taut fen month
Numerous minor felon1e annnu
them the robbery of a candy tore In
Ban Irmnclnro a IIOlon arts icaiiibl n
house at ORlen here JX too wn
cured and the rohhery of a Rnnhllrif
ROOM at Ely Ne in which the Iot
amounted tn linon are sold to hat <
Wen committed by Phlften < irH m
alone or aided by other Red
thaeImut two urore pelt burgled
are glared at his door
Annie Rilln ntntemrnt U Bid to
hae been motived hy jealou hr
h learn that Chlften was on late
mate termn with half a dozen othi
women In various part of Pnllfornln
The Betl girl In the daughter of a
Spanish ranrhmun residing near Hoi
11111 fir She met Chlften In an Oakland
nickelodeon on Jan 1 la1 and falling
his easy victim her downfall wax
ranld She sided bitten she said in
elllnc the good he Mole
WICKERSHAW FAVORS HUGHES
FOR US SUPREME COURT
Waihlnnton April it Ally flen
Vlrk rshani Is one lOr thv ofndl In
hlnKlun who would lie irnUruil
over the elevation of Our hints K
Hughe of New York to the tarun y
on the bench of Ihe luprenir omit hf
the United States He so < xpn
himself Informal y sterdn > all It ugh
he iaM he was not aware ulmm tin
president might appoint
The attorneyireneral Mid he mnsld
ered that Uov Hughes would malt an
excellent Jud e
CENSUS TAKERS THREATENED
WITH NERVOUS PROSTRATION I
New York April SITn of the < en
nui enumerators who began last week
to gather facts concerning the popula
tion of Manhattan have IIIIn1
threHtene with nervous ptnstrati
Five days of ringing doorbells and de
manding In know things which they say
New York women consld r < l nitwit
vent was more than ihew rrrrmta
eoukl stand Path resignation 11 n
com Willed by a phystcUm i ertlfu at +
without which the resigning fnumira
tee would be subject to a line of SiOu
POLES AND ITALIANS
FEAR DEPORTATION
rhlenirn April 21Fr of ilrporta
Jon among Italian and Foliah resi
dents constitutes the Rteatext obstacle
met by the censun enumerators In
certain sections of Chgo neithr ca
Jotorx nor threats have been of any
avail and In three or four llalrlet the
task was nlmmlowxl and the bureini
chlfA Informed that no progrrsg imiM
be made
A special Implication of mml lilln
In the oyllylnp dWrlctit was mule j 0
lenia by Special Agent Kdwin L
Thaeker
Someone linn circulated n report
anxHit many of the Italian Pules sad
Lithuanians that the enumerators are
oolhMtliiR Information for the purpose
of deporting them said Thtukr
This has terrltlwl many of them and
they rofiiM tn talk at all I found ono
section In OhksaRO Helehts where an
enumerator had collected XT names In
three days
OICX rilHNCII 11111
Florida la April JO8 O French
the oldest mine confederate general
lied herr belay aged 9J years Ho will
be burled At Pcnsaiola Fla next
Thursday
BRYAN BELIEVES INFLUENCE
OF NEWSPAPERS INCREASES
rhlcafto April It William J Hrym
In a talk tu the Newspaper Clash of
Chicago last night told a few ext > rl
enoed of his trip and particularly with
reference tn newspaper men he met In
serious lnrt of South America Hi
then turned his attention to newsparrr
In this country
If actions speak louder than Words
my entrance Into journalism ought III
be nuitlclent proof that I regard It u
not only legltlnMt but aim as an In
ltlrifr Held he continued
I believe the Inltuenoa of new spa
pern Is on the Increase rather than
diminish If lira newspapers nf this
country did their duty to the i > uMli
there IN not a wrong that could hu < t line
year In the United States It IK nnh
liecttuiw we have no many nesimp
that Instead of exposing wrong nltr
It up and have an Interest the piun
der of the grafters that evils HtiH rc
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1stIn an Interview Mr Bryan gate Ms
Colonel Roosevelt Is Happy of Course
On Reaching Paris the Beautiful
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infltit nroa of the personal farbra V
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Our Final Clearance Sale of Fine l
Spring Suits
45 o Suits OneHalf Price 2 i
Tlutrsday morning we liojjin this great Clcaraiuc
v Salt of ever Woolen Suit except White S < rr at
HALF JM71CK This is the inoneysavhiK Suit Event
I t of the season 13very Suit absolutely pelfort Tin
rji tailrn i11g the best oustoin work materials very tine
t Stwles are the seasons best We expect to make this
If t < otTering memorable We want to sell more Suits
f r than we ever sold in one tar awl at the same time
hr rive our patrons allies so great they will spread the
uews broadcast
THEY MUST GO
Regardless of Cost or Selling Price
j All Suits at Half Price
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2000 Suits will sell for 1000
I 2500 Suits will soil for 1250
I I 3000 Suits will sell for 1500
3 3500 Suits will soil for 1750
I 4000 Suits will sell for 2000
i i 4500 Suits will sell for 2250
i 5000 Suits will sell for 2500
6000 Suits will sell for 3000 i
a 7500 Suits will sell for 3750
y Special Note These prices are strictly cash
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Our unlimited credit system bringing to ymi aft it does the very cream of the worlds beet tAr
merits for men and women IN the power that has made for us Uiousandc ji plea d and grateful
customers Pay for your clothes while you wear them sec taint you bsolut ly
Everything in the Store 1h1 Off
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ITHE teeth arc injured more
THE
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any other cause Thoroughly
brush them every day with
Drll Lvons
PERfECT
Tooth Powder
and they will be cleansed
preserved and beauti
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Mantels Complete
From 50 Up
Fmwt line of jjcrrainc
piano tmishcd Mantel in the
State Sec what you are
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SONS COMPANY
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their books anti IUPPU
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