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1HE eALT LAKE HERALD i SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1890 r c 1
c VERY LONG SESSIONS
The Council Passes the Utah Ter
ritorial Library Bill
A BILL ON hEOHA ICS LIENS
The AntiCigrarettc Measure Lengthily Ills
cussed In the Council A Misunderstand
ing About the Asylum
Both houses held lengthy sessions yes
terday and among the most important
business was the reading of Allens terri
torial school bill which seems to meet with
general favor in the House and that body
I will undoubtedly pass it In the Council
however it may meet with a different fate
as Mr Collett has also introduced a similar
measure
In the House yesterday Mr Kimball in j
troduced a bill to secure to ranchmen
tavern keepers and other persons liens on
personal property It provides that anyone
who shall herd or pasture sheep shall have
a lien upon the same until all charges have
been paid provides that the baggage of
hotel guests liable to lien and makes other
general provisions of the same nature
Mr Kimball also introduced a bill to se
cure liens to mechanics and others
There is some little interest manifested
in the forthcoming report of the committee
who are now examining Fort Cameron
with a view to reporting upon the advisa
bility of its purchase for the establishment
of a branch of the territorialasylum Dr
Pike Bays there seems to have gotten out a
dccidely wrong mpression in reference to
the capacity of the building and asserts
that when completed he will be able to
treat 300 patients with much better effect
than he can now hanale 100
In the Council Mr Benner has intro
duced a bill providing that any person who
shall kill wound ensnare or trap within
the territory of Utah any male elk deer
buffalo or bison antelope or mountain
sheep or male or female fawn
or young of any said animals
between the 1st day of January and tU6
15th day of October of each year shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon
Conviction thereof be fined in any sum not
less than twentyfive dollars nor more than
one hundred dollars for the first offenceand
for each succeeding offence shall be fined
not less than fifty dollars nor more than
two hundred dollars or may for each suc
ceeding offence in the discretion of the
court be imprisoned in the county jail for
any period not exceeding three months
Sec uAny person who shall pursue with
dog or dogs any of the animals mentioned
in section 1 for the purpose of killing the I
same shall be guilty of amisdemeanor and i
upon conviction thereof shall be fined in
any sum not less thax fifty dollars
nor more than two hundred dollars or be
imprisoned in the county jail rut more
than six months or may be subjected to
both such fine and imprisonment in the dis
cretion of the court and any person may
liwfully kill such dog or dogs while
pursuing any of said animals and
slall not be liable for the value of
sich dog or dogs to the owner
thereof Section 3 No person except
butchers and dealers in meat who have
regularly established stands or places of
business shall jffer or expose for sale any
hindquartor of any of the animals mention
ed in Section 1 of this act without offering
or exposing for sale therewith the fore
Barters of the same under a penalty of I
not less tbon ttttiive nor more than
one hundred dollars line Section 4 Any
person who shall wantonly kjjl destroy
Shy of the animals mentioped ip tbd < J 1st
Section of this act or shall kill ot
destroy the same for the sole purpose
of securing the hide or skin of
any such animal or shall ship carry Or
transport out of the territory of Utah any
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of such animals or any saddle or quarter
thereof shall I or fto ± animal so killed
Stroyea shipped carried or transported I
be guilty of misdemeanor and on convic
tion thereof shall be fined in any sum not
less than twentyfive nor more than one
hundred dollars or be imprisoned in the
county jail for any period not exceeding
three months or be subjected to either or
both such fine or imprisonment in the dis
cretion of the court Section 5Any per
son who shall kill ensnare net or trap any
quail partridges pheasants prarie chick
en sage hen or grouse within the territo
ry of Utah between the 1st day of Janua
ry and the 1st day of September of each
year shall be guilty of misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall be
fined in any sum not lees than 53 nor more
than 20 and under like penalty person L
shall kill ensnare net or trap at any time
any lark whippoorwill thrust swallow
snowbird boblink blackbird woodpecker
or other insectivorous birds not being i
birds of prey except English sparrows
provided that nothing in this act shall be
construed to prohibit any professional I
taxidermist from killing birds or animals
within the territory of Utah for preserva
tion in cabinets museums Sec 6 Any
person who shall take kill or destroy any
flfl3C
wild goose or wild duck between the 15th
day of March and the 1st day of Septem
ber of each year within the territory of
Utah or who shall rob the nest of any wild 1
goose or wild duck or who shall rob the
nest of any of the birds mentioned in this
act except the English sparrow or who
shall kill any wild goose or wild duck be
tween one hour after sunset and one hour
before sunrise shall be guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction thereof shall
be fined in any sum not less than five
fivS
dollars nor more than twentyfive dollars
for each offense Sec iThe provisions
of this act shall apply to all Indians in the
territory of Utah except in cases of game
and birds taken upon their reservations
Sec 8Any nonresident alien who shall
at any time within the territory of Utah I
kill snare net or trap any of the animals
mentioned in this act shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined in any sum not less than one
hundred dollars nor more than five hundred
dollars or be imprisoned in the county jail
for any period not exceeding six months
or may be subjected to either or both pen I
< alties aforesaid in the discretion of the
the
court Sec 91t shall be the duty of the
game commissioners marshals sheriffs d
constables to see that the gamelaws of this
territory are strictly enforced Sec 10
The possession of any game mentioned 1
this act by any person or persons shall be
prima facie evidence that thesame has been
killed taken and in possession contrarylo
law Sec 1lAll fines imposed and collected
coII
lected under the provisions this act shall
J be paid into the county treasury of tho
i county in which trial may be had for the
use and benefit of the public schools of such
county
r > TIlE COUNCIL
A message from the House announced
= that recommendation of the conference L
committee the House still refused to con
cur in amendments toC F 2
Mr Booth asked that further considera
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I tion be postponed as the member most in
t rested was absent He favored another
conference committee
OX TIlE GAME LAW
Mr Olsen introduced a petition signed
by Alfred Solomon and 227 others asking
that the time which is now fixed by law
during which it is unlawful to kill certain
game be changed The petition was re
ferred to the committee on fish and game
SOME FAVORABLE REPORTS
Mr Richards of the committee on judi
ciary reported on H F 27 relating to ap
propriation lof money by city councils or
county courts offering a substitute and
recommending its adoption
The committee on judiciary reported
favorably on the following bills and re
commended their adoption H F 19 pro
hibiting the sale of tobacco to minors C
F 26 and C F 27 relating to the civil
code The committee further reported on
H F 14 relating to appeals from the dis
trict court recommending the bill be
rejected and on C F 11 relating to es
trays a substitute was submitted and re
commended to be adopted The committee
also reported on H J n2 calling for the
purchase of 400 volumes of Utah reports
suggesting that the resolution do not pass
for tne reason that it was thought that
amount of money could be appropriated to
better advantage to the library by the
purchase of law books
THE DESERET UNIVERSITY
The committee on university and agricul
tural college reported on the report of the
chancellor of the University of Deseret
making certain recommendations thereon
On motion the report was laid over until
next Wednesday and in the meantime it
was ordered that 100 copies be printed The
report recommends that all grades below
the second year be cut off and that all
studies except painting music and architc
tural drawing be made free and further i
recommends that the sum of 90050 be ap
propriatedfor expenses and improvements
THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
The committee on printing reported that
1000 copies of the report of the board of
trustees of the agricultural college had been
printed and were now ready for distribu
tion also that substitute C F22 rela
tive to corporate towns had been printed
A communication from the House an
nounce that H F 8 the fish and game
bill had passed the House
A SLAP AT THE ROUSE
Mr Seegmiller moved that the action of
the Council in opting the report of the
conference committee be reconsidered on
H F 10 in which the word asses was
stricken from the live stock bill by the
House
Mr Richards said the House had good
reason to desire to strike out the word
assesz
I OX CITIES AKD TOW 9
Mr Hall of Salt Lake introduced C F
31 relating to charters and rights and
lowers of cities of the first and second
class Referred to the committee on cities
and towns
LIENS OP MECHANICS
Mr Richards introduced C F 32 refer
ring to liens of mechanics and others Com
mittee on judiciary
AJOIIEB ANTICIGARETTE PETITION
Mr Booth presented a petition of James
Turner and one hundred others requesting
that action be taken to prohibit the sale of
tobacco and other narcotics to minors and
hoping that the measure would meet with
the unanimous consent of the Council A
similar petition from T H Rumel jr and
others was presented Referred to the
committee
A communication from the House stated
that a second conference committee had
been agreed on for C F 2 on railroads
and that such committee had been ap
pointed
H F 27 relating to the townsite act
was taken up on second reading and the
rules werj then suspended and the bill I
passed
THE AXTICIGARKTTB BILL DISCUSSED
H F 19 relating to the sale of tobacco
etc to minors under eighteen years old
was taken up on second reading
Mr Bryan introduced the following
amendment to be added to section 1 And
it shall be unlawful for any such minors to
use any cigar cigarette or tobacco or
opium or any other narcotic in any form
The amendment was adopted
Mr Hall moved an amendment by
changing the penalty for violation of the
act from a misdemeanor to a line of not
less than 10 nor more than 200 giving as
his reason that punishment under the laws
edVerraflI misdemeanors was too severe
Mr Ufitch said he hoped the amendment
would not preTSlIj as the penalty was not
tOQ severe
Mr Kali said that the bill now made It a 1
misdemeanor and violators could be im1 i
prisoned six months or less or fined 300 or
less
lessMt i Richards said the minimum now was
SI and he wanted the minimum fixed
higher It was not only desirable to pass a
law but it should be put into execution
Mr Booth thought 10 was small enough
Mr Benner moved that the lowest tine
be fixed at 5 instead of 10 1 He regarded
the offense very penal A boy six years
old might po down street smoking a cigar
otte and think it was manly and a man
might think it cute and reach into his
pocket and give the boy a cigar He
thought if the fine was kept at 10 or more L
no one would make complaint He wanted
it reduced to 5 in order that there would
be more complaints so as to make ittho t
aw1 terror to evil doers
Mr Bryan thought it would take 510 to
pay expenses of prosecution and that that I
amount was small enough but he would I
favor the maximum to be reduced to 100
and moved to so amend the amendment
which was carried
The amendment to reduce the minimum
to 5 was lost
Mr Richards said the fine should be t
fixed high enough so that it would prevent L
the sale of tobacco to minors
Mr Collett amended by fixing the lowest
fine at S3 In support of the motion he
stated that a man could get on a drunk for
5 and a boy who did nothing but smoke a
cigarette should not be fined more Being
informed that the motion to reduce to5 5
had been lost and a motion to reduce this
below that amount would not be in order
he changed his motion to 6 He said he
did not think that the bill fixing the least
fine at 10 would have the sympathy of the
people and without it the law would be a
dead letter
The amendment was lost and the original
motion prevailed leaving the figure at from
10 to100
Mr Benner then moved that tho fine in
the case of a boy using the weed be fixed
at o He said there was a great difference
between the offense and the man who
opened opium joint The latter should
be hauged The motion prevailed and the
bill was ordered printed and further action
postponed until Wednesday
OTliER BUSINESS
C F 20 relating to special and general
verdicts of juries was taken up and pas
sed its second reading The rules were
then suspended and tie bill passed unani
mously
C F 27 regarding hearings before
referees was taken up and after suspend
ing the rules the bill was passed
C F 22 substitute relating to organ
ization of towns passed second reading
A communication from the House an
nounced the passage of H C R 12 a
resolution to the effect that no bills be in
troduced in the assembly after the fiftieth
day of the session Committoj on rules
The conference committee on H F 10
reported that an agreement had been re
corded the effect that the Council amend
ments be not receded from A communi
cation from the House was received on
this question asking that a second confer
ence be appointed on the bilL Richards
and Seegmiller were appointed
A message from the House stated that
H F 27 had been passed as amended and
referred to committee on enrollment
C F 23 relating to the territorial li
brary was taken up andafter a lengthy
discussion and numerous amendments
passed its third reading The ayes and
nays were called and the bill passed
Thti committee conference again re
ported on H F 10 and recommended that
the section relating to loading cattle after
night b < i stricken out Report adopted and
bill passedwith the objectionable section
stricken out
A communication from the territorial L
auditor announced that the delinquent tax
thxI
in Emery county had been collected and I
also accompanying the same financial rc
ports of various counties not heretofore
reported
Mr Bryan presented a substitute for H
F19
Mr Seegmiller presented a claim of W
H Clark exassessor and collector of
Sevier county Committee on claims
The committee on judiciary reported that
the petition of J H Rumel and others
asking that the cigarette bill pass had been
examined and as the committee had here
tofore recommended the passage of the act
thought no further action necessary
Council then adjourned until 11 oclock
i this morning
THE HOUSE
Mr Thurman presented the claim of W
J Clarke exclerk of the supreme court
and it was referred to the committee on
claims and public accounts
THE CLAIMS ALLOWED
Mr Creer presented a report on the
claim of the Star printing company for
325 recommending that the same be al
lowed Adopted I
PARTIALLY ALLOWED
Also on the claim of exSchool Commis
sioner Williams for 18750 recommend
ing that 5109 be allowed and that 7850 be
not allowed for the reason that that sum
had boen expended by Williams in the pub
lication of his report to the Legislature of
1888 which was not authorized by the Leg
islature The report was adopted
MR MUSSERS SALARY
The committee on fish and game report
ed recommended that 750 be appropriated
to pay for the services of A M Musser as
fish commissioner for the years 1888 and
1889
1889Mr
Mr Allen wanted to know whether the
Legislature hud any right to pay any
money to this person Was he a territo
rial officer I Could he act as an officer
Under what authority was he acting He
thought this was a very serious question
here The majority of the House had re
fused to pay for the printing of a public
document because the sentiments ei press
ed therein did not meat with theirapproval
That was their privilege But there was
a certain class of people who were dis
qualified from holding office Is Mr Mus
ser an officer
There were no other remarks and the re
port of the committee was adopted
I MOVE THEY REPENT
The Council notified the House that it
had rejected H C R 2 providing the
purchase of the Utah reports Mr Pierce
wanted a conference committee appointed
The SpeakerThat is beyond our power
The only way in which the matter can be
Leached is by the Council repenting
Mr ThurmanI move they repent
The Council also announced that it had
killed H F H
I It t asted Hl36 for a second conference
committee on C F 2
jorcK AllenI move that it be not granted
The SpeakerIt is customary to grant as
many as three or four conference commit
tees
teesMr
Mr ReidI move then that a conference
committee be allowed but that it be instructed
cs
structed not to agree with them Ap
plause
Adopted and the chair named Allen and
Reid as said committee
TO SECURE LEIXS
Mr Kimball presented H F 49 a bill to i
secure loins to mechanics and others
Also H F 50 a bill securing leins on per
sonal property
THE RELEASE OF DOWER
Mr Pierce presented H F 51 a bill pro
viding amendments to the law in relation
to the release of dower
MR KIMBALL OBJECTS
The unfavorable report in relation to H
F 42 concerning attachments made some
days since was taken from the table
Mr Kimball the father of the bill ob
jected j to its death in any such manner It
was a law that was badly needed
His argument however failed to con
vince any one and the bill was rejected
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
The committee on education reported on
H F 2 Allens bill to establish a public
school system and providing for the main
tenance and supervision of public schools
in i the territory of Utah recommending
that it be placed upon its passage
THE ROUSE DOES SOT CONCuR
The confererce committee on H F 10
the live stock bill recommended that tho
House concur in all the amendments made
b y the Council The amendments made
were read and all save the one in rela
tion to loading cattle at night time were
adopted On this a conference committee
Vas appointed Melville tmd Fierce
ifii T WXSlt lCT
A communication from the Council an
nounced that it had passed with amend
mcnts H F 27 J pertaining to the townsito
act The amendments were slight and
were all concurred in
MUST PAT FULL PRICE
Mr Thurman introduced H F 52 a bill
in relation to railroad corporations It
provides that whenever an animal is killed
by a railway company full price shall bo
paid for it
A GOOD RESOLUTION
Mr Thurman offered a resolution that
no bill be introduced after tho fiftieth day
of the session save by consent of two
thirds of the members Adopted
ALLENS SCHOOL BILL
H F 2 Allens school bill providing for
the establishment and maintenance of a
system of public schools for the territory
was read the second time
OTHER BUSINESS
The Council announced that the governor
had approved C F7 relating to railroad L
corporations
Also that the Council had passed C F
23 providing for and regulating the Utah
territorial library
The conference committee on H FI0
the live stock bill reported that the Coun
cil had agreed to recede from its amend
ments and the bill then passed the House
The House then adjourned until Monday
at2pm
Answer this Qnestlou
No 2 Why do so many people we see
around us seem to prefer to suffer and be
ma e miserable by Indigestion Constipa
tion Dizziness Loss of Appetite Coming
Up of the food Yellow Skin when for 75
cents we will sell them Shilohs System i
Vitalizer guaranteed to cure them Sold 1I I
byACSmithCo
Is Consumption ncurableT
Read the following Mr C H Morris
Newark Ark says Was down with
Abscess of Lungs and frionds and physi
cians pronounced me an Incurable Consump
tive Began taking Dr Kings New Dis
covery for Consumption am now on my i
third bottle and able to oversee the work
on my farm It is the finest medicine ever
made
Jessie Middlewart Decatur Ohio says
Had it not been for Dr Kings New Dis
covery for Consumption I would have died
of Lung Troubles Was given up by doc
tors Am now in best of health Try it
Sample bottles free at A C Smith iSi Cos
drug store 5
storeA
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Itching Piles are known by moisture like
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Ing and protruding yield at once to Dr
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mors allays itching and effects aperma
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Z C M I drug store tl
The usual treatment of catarrh Is very
unsatisfactory as thousands of despairing
patients can testify A trustworthy cli
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is positively necessary tosuccess but lost
of the remedies in general use by physi
cians afford but temporary benefit A cure
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douches and washes Elys Cream Balm
isAremedy which combines the important
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The Home Coal Co furnishes all kinds o f
coal promptly on time as cheap as any
firm in the city No 40 Main itolephon
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LIST OF LETTERS
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS RE
Jj maimng in the postoffice Salt Lake city
Utah on FrIday February 14 1800 which If not
called for within thirty days will be sent tq the
dead letter office
officeIAPJF
IAPIF ITST
Aeschhman Anna Jones Mrs Anna
Anderson Amanda Johnson Emma
Anderson Eva Jackson Ellen
AdamSLou Johnson MrsJ R
Allen Mary Johnson Mrs J
AIstom Mrs M Jensen Mary
Allen Marl EJ Tohnson LanA M
Atwood R C Johnson Louie
Anderson May Jones Laura
Bushell Mrs Kendrick Mary
Burns Belle Luis Mrs C W
Brown Mrs 0 B Letson Josephine
Brown Sarah M Lynca Mrs Watera
Brobank Captola Mann Mrs A
Bowers Mrs G E Miller Mrs D M
Bennett Mrs J Moore Carrie
Bowers Mrs T C Miller Carrie
Baner Rachel Madson Mrs E E
Boison Nellie Myer Mrs Fred
Bryson Kate Miller Jennie
Barker Lottie Mitchner Jennie
Bitckston Mary A Miller Mrs L M
Baird Maggie Mills Miss Theo
Corbett Maria McKee Mrs George
Close Miss M L Nilson Benta
Clements Alice Nulton Lydia
Clark Bessie Nordstrom Mrs
Cody Mrs Owen Mrs L 11 W
Connors Mrs C E Pairish Caddie
Crockwell Mrs E L Pallison Mrs F L
Curtis Mrs E F Publes Mrs H L
Clark Hattie Patten Nania
Dale Mrs L H Parsons Florence
DavisTLiizzie Rosby Hatty
DoolcyBettie Rasmusen Mrs H
Duboe Daiiey Rives Mary Ann
Duffy Mrs Hugh Robbins Lizzie
Deheck Mrs John W Rogers Maria
Edwards Lydia Sadler Alice
Evans May Sights Miss Arah
Elliott Mrs E V Smith Mrs E M
Edgar Ellen Smith Laura
Ford MoRie Shore Mrs E
FrancisMrsDascy Swan Flora
GraYIda Smyth Emma B
Gr cncl yMrs T P Sears Mielesia
Goodiott Mrs E N Shields Mrs T B
Gray Mrsaohn Tavey Anno
HodgbbnrAhie Thompson Dora
Harrison Flo r Taylor Lizzie
Hidsons Miss Tibbetts Sarah
Holmes MrsEC VincontEva
Harvey MrsF E West Gallic
Haney Mrs E Watt Ella
Harris Emily Wright Eva
Hamilton Mrs Gim Williams Mrs J E
Hardy MisSL Wilben Mary 0
Hill Sally Walhster Amanda
Huker Susana Winegar JUlia
logo Miss C
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GENTLEJfENS LIST
Anderson Alfred Kindall P V
Atktn Ed Larson A C
Andrew berg E Latnbe Wm
Atkins Geo Lockhart AD
Ashman J W Lindon C
Anderson Jimmie Ledserwodd Doc
Allen Wm Le tJheminet Ed
Belmont Bait 2 Larsey H
B L 2 Lawrence G J
Booth B Lick Jno
Bennett A B Lee MTV
Bess C J Lantensack D
Blance Fred LeveathJl Sam
BossnotF Lardell Bill
Bowers E G Masel B
Barston H E Minncsieu C
Barnes 2 Mills C G
Bell G W Modeen Carl
Bowen G A 2 Martin Edras
Bailey Hyrum Mors H
Bodine Geo Martin H W
Bowden JB Mason H G
Bergens John Morrison J B
Broaolgy J Marti
Brody J J Moore J C
Burnaide John Merrill O 0 2
Bernard W W Murray R t p
Buckley W F Mand Will
Beck Sara Miller W C
Brockway S P McAy Jno
Brown Wm McHeiuy J W
Bailey L L McLaughlin W H
Collett Dan McRae Dun
Conlej R L McKee AV
Cummings L F McMahon J
Caldwell CAW McKean M S
Carpenter F W Neldnnghuj A
Clark Wm Nelson O
Collins W E Nay H W
Cowley W J Nettcrburg C B
Cessna W T Nickell F M
CockullW T Nay J B
Cooper G A 2 Netti Jno
Cronical to the ed Nelson P W
Cook A L Gwens C M
Cox A E ONeal F
Crojice Geo Ovard J W
Coughlin Geo Mallery W 0
Coleman Jno Box 120 P 0
Craig J E Plum D S
Collin James Pearson C A
Cooley J S Powers F C 2
Clayton Jno PittH M
Cuuj on N A Pugh H I
Dahl C A Patch Jno
Dewey Frank Patterson J J
Dunn J M Park uIt L A d i
Euyag Levi PeakcI
EgKlestonS 2 Patrick P
Euiles C A 2 Preston P
Evans H Parker W
Eldridge G c F1 Pfcbterer W
Eldregc J H Ribbourn A
Ellis J W Richardson A M
Fox G W Rhodes Mr
Francis D Rodgers G F
FnrlingerO H Reckmeyer GW
Fuilee Bess Richman G
FiiherCB Ruastead R G
Foney E L Rvd W W
Filtzgerald E C Rod a W
Follanslyee H liobmaotl W E
Fik Gu Koscnthal darn
owcr J P Kay W
Flauerj Jno Hyun Vi
Gottschalk G A stephenson A L
Gregory Jalnea Santun 15 F
Gibson J W Sorenson A C
Grant J H Spelman Mr
Goodbram J A Spangler A
Cabal Then Sessions Mr
Goodwin C W Sheldon B
Gregory C U 3 Sbide H 2
Gwyn F L Scccilman H J
Grecnlleld Frank Schmidt J A
Green F Stern J L
Grether H Stumback J C
Hays master H Stephens L
Hobbb Mr Smith e8s
Hemick M 2 Smith E B
Haislip Amas Stephens L
Hans C Skclton R
Hall F C Snow R W
Horn F H Simpson Thos S S
Higginson E S Starks Thos
Horton F E Stephenson Victor
Havely E C I Sutton W B
Hansen H P Stevens W
Hedges G F Still W S
Hufford Noah Sutton W B
Hayon Jack Smith AV C
Hatler Geo Smith W W
Hast J N Taylor J A
Hobine L Thompson E
Hanlon Mick Tuckee H
Hammond S F Talfree J H
Hardman W Tudor R T
Hone W II Tobin B
Howe Vf H Thompson R
Jenks F Whitlouk B F
Jacklin E M Wright C D
James H WmganlDE V
Johnson Jno 3 Whitney E M D
Johnson Soren Wordcr G S
Jones Witchei Wallace G E
Jones Jno Watson G B
Jones Warner H
Jones E J Walgrcn J P
Jones Mark Walker M
Kmnen C E Withererell T H
Kinney G AV Weyker VT H
King J N W Walsey W D
Kupse Jno Wheeler AVC
Kimball M Yarnell E
King Larry Yeats S M
Kimball Q Ycrance F
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS 50 CENTS
Dr Prentice
The Successful Catarrh Specialist Usei
and Recommends this Remedy
FOR SALE BY SALTLAKE CITY
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PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Best Grades of Roller Process
Flour
BRANDSJIIGH PATENT AND STRAIGHT
p Grades all warranted as good as nay
made In Utah
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for Good
Wheat
Telephone to the Mills 105 Office 45 Earn
First South Street
BUSLER S3 OO Prop
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IS NOW PREPARED TO
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In all parts of Salt Lake County with dispatch and 1 f
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Office in Basement Under Deseret National Bank
TELEPHONE Ics ox j c JENSEN Manager
J S TURNERS
Fine Shoes for Gentsf Wear
The Turner Shoe requires no breaking It
leads in accurate styles firstclass workman
ship and durability These are points which
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Perfect in Style and W orkmansbip s
EASY FITTING
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In all the Newest Styles and at
LOVEST PHICES
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99 CENTS DAYS
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