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ERTY IS ISo ISTh 128221127 128221127The I
The Th > total af allfId < pd valuation of the thetate thetate theif
if tate Is JI2821J27 aecording to the theMinual th thlinnual therInua1
Minual reports made to StateAuditor towte teteAudltnrCiirIe StateAuditorih Auditor Auditorlarle
ih CiirIe larle rles S TliiRoy Tln y by the county as asfiors a aInrll asFor
= fiors The Th last J I t biennial report port of the there thelate thehate
late < re auditor audItorshow shows how the assessed valu valui alu aluIll
> i I Ill > ii 1 of all pr prowt < i > trty in Utah in 1102 U to t tT1
have ba hay n been b 1180194fcJ or 10201665 less
than this th year yearThe rearThe yearThe
The following foliowi table snows the th as assessed tllI8eaed s sesssd ¬
sessed walantlons of all taxable prop ¬
erty f rty In the state this Opjs year ear as a compared mvrt > d
with Wtt195j 1M2 1M2Property 1112PIODftt
Property isos 190 1902 I I
Real estate eatat 478M8S n 444IM i t4 44KMU
Improvement 25 254597S 22145 Ut5 liS
Horses and mules Dlul 1S81l 1S7I lS87 sl M t t91 i
Cattle 3WMM 3 asI It 3 373467
Sheet = 333ST1 3 477 4 4wlnp > I
Pwlne wlnp S5W 5 o 4liji 51h 5hjoionlrs i I It010nl
folonifs t010nl of bees ZK j J > 36901 n
Merchandise rlhandl8t and trade lIfJll
fixtures flxtur > s 5 72 22977 77 5T7 5 i84 472
MAChlner ete i 4307212 S616C7J 3i1 L16k t
Mtffiey M ey and Solvent Solventrr6dit 11411h ert ertcrllts nt nter
rr6dit er < lb r 3 U774J 7740S 42MJZ9
Fersknal Ffn nat aet o1 enum iSiumr iSiumratl rr rrt I IAt
At atl t 1 1 474719 474J 44 4IPZl 73
Railffjad Ran Mil companies < 19206ft4S 17M 1 14l4 42
TeKsrraph Tel Tehgra Jraph ph companies compa nIe 149051 149 l Y 3lil N NTechon
Telephone companies 473M 473 5 U i iSf
Sf t t nroceeds of mines mla 44tLl 423 42SI35S 4ARitiroad 353 I
Riiiiroad n drod car ar cumpa compaT I
i I I Iitil l74t4 l74t4T
T l > ji valuations aluation fttjmKZ JtC UMl4C
in I n faVe J r j of 1903 over overabl oyerI ovsrComsoni
1 to t tI
I mparison8to
abl of f Comparisons ComparisonsA
I A A coJnparison 0 parlson o1 of f lathe the annual an uu1 reports reportsof
of t tb 8 year und rast flast how the in
ExPresident Cleveland the Prin Principal Principal Principal ¬
cipal Speaker at Banquet of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago Commercial Cub Cubj ClubCbtcaao CubChicago
j Chicago Ot 14 14Former Former President PresidentGrover PredentGrtver entGJQverCle
GJQverCle Grover ClewlajKl CIe t was the principal principalspeaker dpalepeaker prtaelpalspeaker
1 speaker tonight at the annual banqoet bDq1ietof banqoetof
of the CoiWBeveial chib c b in the Audi Auditorium A1Id1tortum AadItotlum ¬
torium hotel
creases and decreases es in the total as assssed asIJfIS8ed assseed
sssed valuation of the different prop properties proIertlee prepertlea > ¬
ertiesProoerjUes ertleePro erties ertleaProDertie
ProoerjUes Pro oertJn Increase Decrease DecreaseReal D DRfsl DecresceReal
Real estate estateImprovement t te 8 37473 437473lmorovements 37473BWJS37 m mImolOemtnta
Improvement ImprovementMorses BWJS37 BWJS37fl n aSij aSijrJrr t5I67Horses
Horses and mules mulescattl fl 218170 218170atfte 8170
rJrr cattl cattlBheo atfte rJ 129398 129398fixtures I29 I I8ti
Bheo 8ti i iBwin i89111 781118Rwlne i i8wi
Bwin 8wi fi fiColonies s 1420 1420C7okn1M 1420oIeffles
Colonies of taeas bs 3uDI 3uDIfri 3 3Merihnn1rndtrade
fri Merihnn1rndtrade Merihnn1rndtradelxturci
fixtures fixturesMachinerv lxturcitachlnerv 1 1la
Machinerv la hiner Uj tliH th l < et et5Ionev ete 6IO 6IUS 1 1lone I IMoney
lone and solvent solventrredits I9OhtntrrMltl solventrrIiI
rredits rreditsPersonal rrIiI rrIiIPersonal 2W61 I IPPnl
Personal PPnl nal not enumer enumerated fnunwratfd enumeratd ¬
ated atedRailroad SIR 31 315411 315411Railroad < 411 411fc7WOKl 411Railroad
Railroad companies companiesStreet fc7WOKl fc7WOKlS5W Z5Ot1Street asOtil asOtilStnet
Street car r companies companiesDepot a S5W S5WTVleohone 8 3U55Depot ll1i ll1iDfopnt
Depot companies compan lJ lJT 1O 1OT1igriph
T T1igriph Jtrlph enmpsns < nmp ftffo lim limTIuhonf itaIleohone
TVleohone > companies companiesNet mpall 1j 1jNpt
Net nroceeds nroc s of mines minesCar mWt7 22WGCar
Car companies companiesTotal 49427 494VTutal
Total Tllt t increase 4 19201665 19201665Total 1 1OOL66ITotal 2011i6i 2011i6iTotal
Total decrease dE < r 8e t 32973 32973Uyeatock 3Z97 3Z97Lbtoek =
Uyeatock StatisticsThe Statistics StatIUcsThe
The reports of the past two years yearsshoA yearsshov earr earrshow
show that in 1902 190 the tb number of cattie cattief cat cattieIn le leIin
Iin f in the state was 204179 valued at at495t 3 3479Th
479752 The reports to State Auditor AuditorTingey AuditorTingey AuditorTingey
Tingey show that there are 197044 19 044 cat
Judge Marienaaux MarieneauxBears Hears ears Several IBX IBXV Importt
V i portant ortant Oasj OasjtetefKTio O OioTli Oas OasgDrrto
tetefKTio ioTli The rc Herald HeraldFillmore Herald HeraldFillmore HeraldFillmore
Fillmore Oct M HThe The fall term oC court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was opened here today with Judge Xar
loneaux on the bench bene A jury has ba been beensummoned befl1Mummoned beensummoned
summoned to appear tomorrow and d th thcase thease thcase
case of o Grace L Iieaeh Ileac a tt against ainst the Ore Oregon Ore8On Oregnu ¬
gnu Short Line will be taken up for trial
Joseph Th T rpe rpe w Xranted sr nt d a decree of
divorce dlv fro from > sj Jt Jlebecc ebeee becca Thorpe on the thegiounds thegz
gz giounds runcJsof GundS of desertion desertionAnnie deerdonAnnie
Annie M f Duncan Dun Was given a adiTOr divorce < e I
from Richard Duncan on the ground of
drunkenness and awarded the custody cu tOdy of I Itbe
the children chll4r fZS counsel eoun el fees MS suit suitmoney suitmoney I Imoney
money and 25 2 a month alimony and the
house in which the theParttea parties have ba ve been liv ¬
ing IngMillard
Millard county vs Frank Rogers ers et al ala ata 1 1a
a default was W entered against n t all the de ¬
fendants fends ca except exce p tB B G Raybould and ne newas n nNail newas
was gfeen IV en n ten day within which to file filerief
tr1ft > rief on demurrer deMUIrerind smd nd Joe Chlpman who whopaid wbopaJd Whopaid
paid his proportion of of the demand d mand and andwas andwas andwas
was discharged l The defendant Botrers Botrerswas Rore RoreInUI Roerwas
was jtn Ss firanty ty treasurer and has ha <
defaulted dttaul d In his accounts a little over overdeficiency
U2U 1 This nit Is brought to recover the I Ideficiency
deficiency from the defendant Rogers and 1 1hi
his hi bondsmen bondsmenDan bond8menDan bondsmenDan
Dan Stevens vs L H Eriekson Judg judgoMeot ¬
ment eut fcir < or defendant def nnt with costs cetltI cet cetI
Additional Jurors Drawn and Hear Hearing Hearing Hearing ¬
ing ofCases of Oase Begun BegunProvo BegunProvo BegunProvo
Provo Oct 14 HThe The following Jurors Jurorswere ju juwere juroeswere
were examined and aworii in as Petit PetitJurors petitjUIOnI petitjurors
Jurors for the term In the Fourth die district dietilet ¬
trict court today Samuel Radmall Br Brnest Brnest r rnest >
nest Martin Albert Wilmot August Pe Peterson Pe Peterson Psterson ¬
terson Albert AJ rt Manvltl Mark Bessant BessantAlbert BeaantAlbert
Albert M Fox Willard Kofford Thomas Th
HeeltB and Hyrum B Perry
The following additional Jurors were
drawn Fletcher etctier Crorapton C pton David J
Smith Th Thomas a J Ctapm CIdPmaD n American
Fork David Dav H Fairbanks Payson Jo Joseph Joepb Joseph ¬
seph Broadbent John B Woodhouse WoodhouseI
I IebJ ihl William wn C t Roberts A L Young
James James W Bean Prow Heber T Rob Roberteon j
ertson Spanish Fork
The first ease sc to be tried wax ws the th state statevs atateva statevs
vs Frank M Redfletd who with James
Goes is charged eba with robbing Hyrum
Helselfs store tort in Prwvo canyon can on last
June Jun Gosa pleaded pl guilty some time timeago timeago timeago
ago and is now servinjr IMnib serg a fifteen tJf Ifisen n months monthssentence monthljentence monthssentence
sentence < in Ii the state prison for the of offense orffn offeflee
fense fenseSuit ffn fefleeSuit e
Suit for divorce has ba be i Deen een n filed by Mary I
B LJndlev of Prove Pro against apln t Thomas ThomasLindley ThomasLlndlev
Lindley oiithe OIt e grouu ground of failure to pro provide PrOvide provide
vide and n cruelty cru tty consisting ting of kicking kickingand ktcklnJtand kickingand
and striking trtld plaintiff threatening to cut
her head h ad off etc Plaintiff asks for the thecustody thecustody thecustody I
custody of five minor children The Theparlies Theparl1es Theparties
parties were married d at Bolton England
June JuneDorcas June6 6 1911 1911Dotc ineDOtca
Dorcas Dotc a Watterson Vatt reon Warner of Spanish h
Fork has petitioned tttlon tar letters of admin administration admlnlatratlon adminIstratton ¬
istration In the estate of James Warner
deceased Oct 24 24hasbenset hats h been set for bearing bearingPROVO bearingrROVO bearingPBOvo
Provo Oct 14 14The The Utah County Cunt M Xfd Me4al d
al society held its 1 regular session here hereslay
slay Z Dr > r Hardy reported visits to gen genral ¬
11 and mental hospitals during his late lateisit lat latsit lateIsit
isit to New 4ew York and reports were
Just Consider these theseValues theseVJues
Values Va lues for Bpys and Girls
ii iiflXIL 1 1flJ1
flJ1 flXIL nrrIt nrrItA IIH IIHA
A N w Pair Pairif PairPoor
if ifPoor
Poor Wear WearT
T r J
41 c 1r 1ri
tie in the thte ste t this th l year which t are ajevalued arevalued
valued at raW9150 91O 159 a decrease eel eelr a of ofIn 71SS 71SSin
in the nunfber r of cattle this thi year esr as aacompared asith ascompared
compared vHh ith last but an increase in invalue Invalue Invalue
value of atIn l lIn 898 898In
In 1902 190 t tere ere were 70335 horses bOr e and andmutes andmules nd ndmule
mutes in th t tlt state They were assessed assessedat
at ls8 191 i r This year there are 70691 70691valued 781aJ O1valued
valued aJ at USS7086 8016 That makes an in increase 111cr Increase ¬
crease cr 88e of 3K horses and mulesthls mules Ihis year yearover yearovr yrover
over 102 Which hick Increase is valued at at121L170 j
1218170The I21S170 I IThe l
The number > r of sheep shet > p in the state in in19o j I
1902 190 was 1585801 l as against 15M704 15M704for 1 1I7O4for tl704for
for this year The assessed l valuation valuationof i
of the sheep in 1902 was J3 3131 3372I9 372W as a ascompared j jcompared I Iomparfd
compared with W55S351 55S351 for this year yeata j
a i decrease of 78918 although there are are9O3 I
5903 903 more sheep in the state this year yearthan yearthan I Ithan
than last lastDecrease lastDecrease
Decrease in Solvent Credits CreditsIn I
In 1902 190 there were 16016 swine ine in the thestate thestatf thestate
state This year there are are according accordingto aCCtWdIIIto
to the returns received by State St ta 4uditor U4ItorTlngey
Tingey 1529 15 a decrease of 717 The Theswine TheSwine I
swine last year were valued at ttas t tas f 8S
as against 5567 7t6 6 an tBeMH l I3cpaeatLi4 I3cpaeatLi4The cea e p 4M 4 4The
The number of colonies of bee bees in the thej tbestate theState
j state In 1902 was 15365 15 as aafttst tat Z Z20S
209 for 1903 a decrease of 2441 214 l4tTlae The
I value ol 0 the colonies in 1102 Twa i JW i I
made by the members of at a f few w inter interesting mtereating kitereating ¬
eating casfi In private rlvHte and nd ItospUsA prac practice practice practice ¬
tice Dr Randy Hard was elected elecl eleclfrom electdfront a qie ber berfrom
from the society of the national Mt1 1 au aWtll aWtlllar auXiflary I Iiary
iary lar cengre congressional 8ion < il and le Jeri legislative islatlv lattv com commlttee eo eomlttee cornmittee
mlttee mltteeA
A ntarria marriage e license has been n iaaurd to toEmmet toEmmet toEmniet
Emmet Inarersoll aged S3 and Mas M t tHenroid B BHenroid EHeruold
Henroid aged 32 32 2 both of American Atoenc Fork ForkIn PorkIn ForkIn
In the names nam reported re from theD the Demb DembPrlfRrie81 Dembprhngrles ni6 ni6cnMAc
cnMAc primaries PrlfRrie81 held last t evening evenl a mls mlsTart mltake mistake
take y m ht M O p Post Posttz 1mtfzem
tz fzem < m the First WardBb Ward llhl w O OTart
Tart and W C C Robertson Jr rrotu rrotuSecond ffoIscond 1raRiSecond I
Second ward should be W D Roberts RobertsJr lItobVtJr oberta obertaJr
Jr The two Democrats In the present presentcouncil pJelMntcouncil pjntcouncil
council C F FDecker Decker and W D Roberta Rsbsrtsjr
jr were we renominated by the Democrats DemocratsThe DemoeratMThe DemocratsThe
The only onl Republican thus thu favored byhls byhlsparty l by y his blsparty hisparty
party was George S Taylor of the Fifth Fifthward lPUthward Fifthward
ward wardDavid
David Evans of Salt Lake Is In Provo Provotoday Provotoday Provotoday
today todayPARK
Park City Oct 14 HThill This morning Of Officer orfl Offleer ¬
fleer fl r McNaufthten 1lcNa hten arrested arre ttd J Allen on a achance itchatlfe acharge
chance of assault ult and battery commit committed eohlbltted cominitted ¬
ted upon the person of an Italian here MercThe hereThe ert ertThe
The two had been drinking heavily and andduthuc anddurhuc andduring
during a dispute the Italian struck Alton Altonwith All Allwith Allenwith >
with his fist in the face whereupon Al Allen Atn Allen ¬
len n used a chair inflicting several severe severecuts severeouts I ICUUl
cuts and bruises upon the head and race raceof laceof
of his adversary adversaryThe adversaryThe adversaryThe I
The Democratic city central committee committeewill comanltEem
will m meet tomorrow evening and nd perfect jwfeetarrangements perfectarranaemens
arrangements for the campaign campaignTodav campaignToday
Todav at 12 oclock in St Marys of the theAssumotlon theAsaumotlon
Assumotlon church Rev Re Father GalUgan GalUgansolemnized GalUanIOlemnlztd GalUgansolemnized
solemnized the marriage of Miss Ml e Kate KateManix KateManix
Manix and Michael Murphy urph A recep reception reception fp fption ¬
tion was held bf > ld at the home of the brides bridesmother brJd bridesmother s smother
mother Mrs Manix ManixMrs ManitMrs MaiiMrs
Mrs Sylvester Johnson who has been bt > ln
568 5 8 as against 35509 for this year ear a adecrease adecrease adecrease
decrease of 3059The 3059 3059The 3059The
The reports received by State Auditor AuditorTingey Auditorriage AuditorTlugey
Tingey show that this year ear the value T1 of ofMoney ofmoney ofmoney
Money and solvent credits Is SfTT4iZ Im4IILast SfTT4iZLast J7742Lst
Last year they the aggregated 4218029 a adecrease adecrease adecrease
decrease of 240 24062 27 The last report of oCone ofone Ofone
one prominent bank in Salt Lake City Cityshowed CIt7howed t1t7showed
showed that it had on deposit alODe a asum aBum a asum
sum almost 100Aooe in excess of the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total assessed valuation of money and andsolvent aDdeolvent ai aisolvent
solvent credit reports made by the thecounty theIun thecounty
county Iun I y assefssors a8Se MiI Commenting upon uponthat uponthat uponthat
that fact State Sta te Auditor Tiuge Tiugeyesterday said said7etterday d dyesterday
yesterday yesterdayThat 7etterdayTbat yesterdayThat
That is where le > e the state loses thou thousands tbodsands thoUsands ¬
sands of nfdollars dollars eatb year in collects collectable oolitctabte collectsMe ¬
ble taxes ta taxes which Ieh are just and andwhich andhleh andwhich
which hleh should be paid paidAssessment paidseasmenty
Assessment seasmenty e5Sm J y Oatwtiafi OatwtiafiThe OQuattasThe OQuteThe
The f 1IoWt following g taJ cooMrffe 4yStstO 4yStstOAuditor by y State StateAuditor StateAuditor
Auditor Tingey skwws the ti tIustIOl tIustIOlof hatiofe hatiofeof tJoh tJohof
of all taxable property aimfrsfi a fa the thestate thestate thestate
state Oite year with a a comparison In Intotals IntotIs
totals with IMftr For the accommoda accommodation accoDUllOdatJon aceommodatIOfl ¬
tion fK the general l public the state stateauditor statefldlter
auditor dltor a arcWI 5t considerable J derabJe time and trou troubJe Ironhis
his has shown 1111 in the table the in innf Inau inereas
ereas au nf decreases in the t e totals of ofi ofeach ofeach
each gaas i of property in the aggregate aggregateand agreteand
and tJBp same by counties e uttes as compared comparedwith
with wlth1lO JW2 IS2 Tile table is as follows folio
W I lIor catt Cattle I j p 1 V > lonles lonlesBees Ionl t I rs tI i I ti t
i I ule 1 Bees Beesavln f F I tod I 2 I g 2 I < 4 9
1 C5 < lt < I I 1 I I 5 93 3 = I s a Q
w F I Gi I 0 i 8 oJ i i
I I s I i i Q 5d i
C t
p I e g c o s I I s I
j s lI 1 I tD = lIS I 0 r rjjiI
C 4 I I I I I I I I t trr j I j t I i Irl ° F Co i i C I C Cl i I f
rr 34BGO i155 i15558i jjiI H4Mi 21 i5iU < 3424 I 552 55240 21311 it3f11 1 r 14 tt l tItIO 6J ii3i 54833 4t
= 3i3459Ii 1 I l
l 1 58i 6 fl V 5544 5544ia j44 4 0121 1oi 131J 3 29094S O43 94a MMS3 iJlIi33 3a Il j U84I sa 4
J 13lia1 4601321 ft S i 51 1a6III nOiI 4ts06 zs 7svsI irS 3tI931 a1 3lt96l 96J 3
i Ii 7tl11 1411
a j iBj 8 113010 ia 17 7irt 7irtvn Q aafc4i 1S i 17 1 374 J UOOJ U 707181 4 i498l r
i li j 1tnS3fY1 3 3O KlL iaeo tI ii L3S 2 zT 7a IfJ6i 29 212no I 216918 39l 5SM0 Il 1UJ 935i = m JS5 71SZ 11
I rhila 3IP5 vn KI i8S 123 1 12 57S8D 7 3 1 jitfi jir i 4W I55 isne t l25Th II r
IJtII Ifii X257J JIJ 1 t to f61 j7154 H3I 199Q 199011 99125 siisl 96385 is I o1IGI < JH 1 2 496262 496262Ef i
PaR > avln avlnmory 1 ZlW 640iiij 5441 40 i7 2090149KS 2 VOJlii 4044 11th 1I1SH6 9177 24 24540 541 24WM11 1
ft4tI5Sl 4
2090 lvSJ lvSJUj47 l 1251 5 lI 1 2kJi ia 8 i1l815 6I1i 7 6S1 86396 sms 91l1J 111 4 4541O l 273944 t
Fi1ry mory moryJarfUld liV4 149KS He 149l J475 475 Uj47 l 6592 114140I 22J4ii J4 U8 S81i1 l k i 57 r JO itP7 Si 51t 5 S I 131391 1 1 519111 664566r to + t44tl L44 J 1 I sI3 1 111 73I2
I JarfUld JarfUldJranJ irrt ni < ld is n li 1171 I 17 ro I t fin I flJ6J5 4 hb M1 4 I 911810 9 28161 5101 Jr 4 r ti 3 90 l 11iS1 Pb 4 I I 11 1 4 37 1 Is 3Jf9 I 59 I 31 13124
liran JranJ JranJIron I S1M jle 61Y in 1 7Jf1i 1 t fj4 tjU 31iSl3 Iii i a1 tOt i 1 96 11i4 1J 11 11i 692 I rl
14I051 8 SSI iJIj 75 J 123t4j 11i1A3I B4I IT4
Iron IronInah I r n 2S t 16 I Sfl 2 4 Hi ii 66800 ho ltUU I I YI I 1 I 1 I 3 I Ef 3EEl 3EElZJ7 JJM u
1 I1 i US I
Inah InahKane i 34i 354 1ttlli 1 t 4li 4 19 1Ii 1t 1 Svr Yl I 41i9I 41 91i t6S9rjJ V 1111 5ll I I 1 5tj 1 UI1 55 l at IN j
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Kane KaneMiilard 1 115 llL44l 1141 Jl4 UiS H 145t J19 4 lIi tI5 45 aalUj JeJOIf
i 4u1 211 336 11 U1 141 12 i lsili S iiOi 65 lUli1 2112 Iiin > 4 3S2IClW1
441 444St
Miilard MiilardMorgan Ml lard 291 I 153 Z iii 2 l42 1tl 4 I 1 11W00I I I 7111
Y 6i t 510 471 4 1 4 13 i Sjo z 14J Ia 1 I 492Oj 0 I 4 i O25 1iII I 115O
Morgan MorganPiute organ organ11aj6 i 401 11aj6 lij JI2 5 J An An3J s I ThFI 1IK 2151 2115 4474 4474tIn 444f Qill 4W 4W44477i 13061 1 > 061 104 10 10MO 109 QJ 215 i1C3 > P376 376 H51 23599 5O9 21288 2Ph t1 IM 4444 1 I 2Oi 18111 154 1
r Piute PiuteRich Jzl7 I ii6a 8I6 98 3J 3JH 3JIlrt4 3h Q 195 1 44477i 230 230S4778 MO j 31 1 ii 7230 83791 5 5Mi 5i 65 28320 t39 45066 I I
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Rich i 5243l I 101 J 1113S 1972 1972Salt 197 r H l F7O i 1921 1i9WI I2 1 S4778 J fin 2804S695 10871 12l1181 18 36 6 12225 2 4244 1307 1 11
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j rr Ilfl n Sundaof 8unda of 7 f soldiers p pparing pat I Ipating
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c 2 cine IP was 8 massed nJ Ied on othe the plains plainsi
i q If T the th city it t included rev eavfiritry ea eafn revr1
firitry fn ntry and artllpry Every Eve In Iny jnj inv
j y i gimettt > Ie < partly ptIy movnte iieoie4 in inr In1lanf
r lance wi with h thf i rPclnt cent regulations regulationsinrs ngula reieU s snI snrs
inrs nI w wfTe re given every opportun opportunnitnp opportunwHoIM opportunI
I > nitnp wHoIM < is the display and the themtnts tbennt theF
F > mtnts < of offkfis rt regarding > the to tornfp tot
t rnfp f I P were ere Tf verified Iltitl by the comt of ofisiting oftI ofti
tI isiting i ing expens eX expei I It was also of ofi
I tI i Iv announced that the entire tort forcntin foreseasy
11 tin i t easy fI Y opcrathip ol > rat illJ distance Of Port Portin
A in I numbers El U fl hers > r oMO Men Two Twoiiis Tw Twm Twoni
m iiis Ii i It hi a itro o it VIP J f 60000 men 8ttn 8ttnspftacle 8 8I aa aai
i I < spftacle < demonstrated that the thsni tb tbf theto
f to ni J lepardlng reinforcements reinto ar arin arri r rrl
rl in Manchuria has hasu midtieati midtieatil
11 u I the t h real increase increaseMade h1t InerSaseMade reaIle >
Made Great Display Diaplajrjumy DIllplaTann I
I jumy ann a riny assembled Sunday was wasthat wart wear
rt r 1 r that the Pekln diplomatists be bel be beRussias
Ji 01 l Russias entire en tift force f rce iw Man Mania anP1a fl flbe
P1a ia to be Officials here are taking takings
I s to mlvortise adnltl Russias strength strengthproclaim stren11n
n 1 1 proclaim that the maneuvers are arel areas
101 < l H as an object ob t lesson lessoinuirnl leMenoliir11 lessontlXfiff
oliir11 uirnl AlfxeiftT peaking to an anliran aniran anI
iran I I a ii offlciHl dii 1 said War W would be bet beIt
< It t tiilaniity al ilanilty lmlt < Here we believe folle that thatst
I st I 1 ay a y to t P prevent it would be t tIHM to toll J <
IHM 11 ourselves lInfh as much as pos posThrofnre 1 posrfnrc 05 05f
f Throfnre rfnrc > we w have > left no steps stepsn stel stelI
1 n I i that lur ournose ti Olle
tdai i j of f the maneuvers were werei
It i t i hVI > ut the < on drreiondat n st > ontfent of ofijrt oralf1tta ofit
it I alf1tta ijrt ie Press Pr learassT lea that t the theove th thei
i 1111 ove Ces IP Mt t Ta Lien Wa Wea a bay bayrrepnlscl bayreptll bayrepnlacl
rrepnlscl reptll e I It is h reported that the theking Uaeklng theking
king army broke throUgh tb > Port Portxjrs PortJr
I xjrs Jr defenses tenses at three th points poIataWUahip poIntsWThhips pointsWarships
Warships En Route RouteA Bcnt
1 I A > battleships battle hlp and two cruisers are areth aret arethir
th t thir IItj ir r way a y here hf > re from Russia When Wheny WbenatTIf
y y arrive > Rus Rusllias ius naval nal l force on ons ontatjon
r s station upon will dl be stronger than Ja
t f ittdsB out outTheres oaTbMes
Theres Theresmsya maty may a fanners hrmerswI wife sits soiith soiithqrch on tfce tfcexreh t1teTch
xreh Tch in the growing iag shadow of a sum rnamevening
Hiy 1 evening knowing kUn to the full what it itt ittk
t tk feel e1 tired ttredOut but ut a as if there was not notT notthr
t thr T ounce otin of effort left in her But Butlows
k kows lows W8 bow bowt bowtd bowirl
t id her slum slumwitl eltimwill L Lwill
will be and andrefreshed toorefftahed andrefreshed
refreshed refreshedwill refreshedn
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Sill i t lSCord lSCordjar 1
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now thrt th t tha she shestopped < 1 C >
ha stopped stoppedng < toppcdnO I
nO ng alx about aboutthi > ut utMred j
thi Mred red woman wnj feels 1s more acutely the thetr
S ad cb tr g buck b c and torobMng b hbii Jilg nerves nervesic nervesnTuzen I
11k ic vrmen ilJJ n hiic hl1 rnis ot thousands 0Jf f j
the then have havebenmzde bsenrazdt < madl well hy hythe the use of ofKrcca
nr Krcca I rCC5 Favorit Prescription lre ription It ItIKS Ite Itc II
e uht tlIes IKS re ren1arity xiUrity 1 dries weakening
dr j s heals inflammation and nicer nicercures ulcera ulcerstiot
tiot1 l1d cures fcnmlc weakness weaknessi
W i s cr1of C 1 0 tell t lI what h I uflered uff red for thir thirI
i teen Y I ir VKI 1 1 utcriof < trouble and dtigginjj aggIDg
1 r i1I1 111 ihTHigti thnu h my tY hips and hack wntcs WT1t
1 3 I i Uii 1 < sooof 00 of ofrrnIeU renlcr r njCIL AMiOibOia A tribCIia Disl Dislcaut
N e W c Cr < 1 caut dnlv < l Tib < the th i imy ietty it was wasj
to br > 1 my feet Ct long a It lime 11111 I ITV 1 Inoteat Inoteatr not eat eatt at atM I
M r 110 s TV r Oiieii oC I wisiird ICd to t die t Then I saw sawrc sa safree w f
I Pr Ptr rc < > mi mciiciDf1ia iictnesawertised rtl > W tbonrnt I 11 Ioal
oul I try ry thrni Had tet taten t tu t I e tilt tillwas
was ttcliiR k111 r wll w 11 After ft ItCI I I h ha IaA J tak tatT 6ve v5 tI tLeS
f Ill e nt T
ri scriptioni crjpt r ra t 01 CS
d dIa a 1 i 1 > TV iy I Wis WI iiii h T Tcit I 110 WOU an anouIC antuld
ouIC cit at arj n i i rep p and do aJ I ID WO WOnt weTLt
nt Common C3t1Ofl Sense Me I F Adviser AdviserB Ad r
is Ber eeit free fi on fl receipt of ofe B to pay paYexpIie
epfj e of f dling iling oxly oxlyr IIet 21 atr < MM MMcxjverf
r J et < t r rtbebookf the book i cxjverf OOVeror 1 1nnd
or L 1 < > r the vol volo 01 bound > nnd ia iaato InC
d C o Dr Pierce ato sb NV NYo Y
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pans pen according coln to the vjfews vewz of the theRusafao UieR theRugisa
Rusafao R officers omCt1IIUon officersAfltINpatlon ofBcersApioMpatlon
ApioMpatlon Uon of w is at a fervor l heat heatla beata heatIn
la tavarsnjr u1Ud and a MY7t vy4 > ut Una th1IN to based basedon IUe4OD basedOs
on the th activity of ofvie1Ie f the thev prjftrdans prjftrdansvtoihje
vtoihje v vie1Ie everywhere The higher offl offlcfafef oftlctaIIi ofticue
cue believe lleve that Japan has been over overafredlqr averaodbr er era
afredlqr a the demonstration on Russias Russiasmfcrt Rurniasirt i iI
mfcrt irtIioateps I
Iioateps to steps towards the evacwat evao evaatnchurI uit f > f flehuria J Jchwia
EP8 lehuria have been taken TL T Qf QfiT orloarnol t taI
aI iT Journal the editor of Wk whXh Is g a aotaonel acdooeI
otaonel on the viceroys stafL sta stalcms fCa none nonewill noneidil
will be taken takenThe takesThe r rThe
The governors of ot fiast t Siberia are arehe alI
he eonsulttas OG ultln unsult1sIgth < ith < th the ti viceroy for forth
th t purpose eee of Ofryaflgijg rranKinx an n a new ew 411 411am 41v1sisn vi viston
ston am of otrrW Wrijjfy U6 beyond be YOltd tl tIe e Amur IntO totothr buot IntOhpi
I thr t hpi Wtfrttt ginea DC The reports that thattuuI a ajr ac14qiy3ind
c14qiy3ind jr had assembled l4d in n th t the rear reara rearare rearIei
Iei a are areD not notconflnnt notconflnntDeIi confhrmeft confhrmeftDenial
Denial D DeIi by Japan JapanIx pan panTjiados
Ix 1 Tjiados > ndoa Oct 14 14Therap 14The The Japanese < 1Ie8e guy ffovernmfat 10erftMfat guyeflisss1t
erftMfat ernmfat has issued a denial of the thealarmist thealanatt thealarmist
alarmist reports of the Imminence frr frrr ofr f fwr
wr r with Wit Russia In a disaatch from fromTokio fromToldo fromIokIo
Tokio dated yesterday and sent t to tot totJapa the theJapanese theJapaDeet
Japanese Japa ee minister mlnlst abroad It sayi sayiThe say
h1be The negotiations latiOItII concerning concernl Man Ma Machu Machwaa
chu chwaa 1 and d Korean K tean < Questions are fol folbetweea folIowI4tbefr
10 IowI4tbefr tlelr Drpal COU courses and there thelS1i
Ir r n4 readon to hUclpate g gbetwIeo iilptG
betweea tw Japan and Russia Ru The Al Alarmist alartnlst ¬
armist reports current < abroad Thealt are de devoid dovoid ¬
void old of foundation fendat1onttuaUon foundationSftuston Ioa Ioastbaation
Sftuston DaaerottC DaaerottCBerlin DB DBBerOct Daaerous14The
Berlin BerOct Oct 14 HThe The rumors of war in inthe Inthe Inthe
the fsre tar farosat t have for the present so far faras tara faras
as a Berlin is concerned con r d been quite quiteblown Q1fiteblown qqlteblown
blown away way ay by the official reasanr reasanrances rerances reassistanees
ances from all sides Yet it Itniaed is retoc retocniaed r eog eognised
niaed that the negotiations going < on are areof areof areof
of supreme importance and that they theymay theynay theyiry
may reach a aangerbus rou deadlock or be beterminated betrmlna beterminated
terminated trmlna by Japan which is ise isePrde re rea itided
a Prde trae4 aa being determined to resteh a afavorable atavorabtunder afavorable
tavorabtunder favorable understanding tJilDdlng with Russia Russiaor
or take warlike steps stepsMarines stepMartae stepsMarines
Marines Sent to China ChinaSt
St Petersburg Petersburg Oct 14 14AUtouan I4A A thousan1 thousanlinadnes thousan1marines l lmarlnea
marines belonging elonsina to the Baltic AMt neetleft AMtleft fleetleft
left St Petersburg Petersbur today for Port Ar Arthur Artlaor Arthur ¬
thur thurON tlaorUN thurON
The subject u dhflissed 1I8ed by Mr Cleft C1e ¬
land was American Amerl an Good Citisensblp Citisensblpand CitlaeBlalpnalld
and he dwelt d nit at t lenatth le h on the noose necessity noosesity ¬
sity of every citizen doing his part to tomake tomake tomake
make political action what it should
be This Th to the first time in eight eightyears eptYPan elgbtyears
years that Mr Cleveland < has hu visited <
Chicago and an lie received an enthusi enthusiastic enth enthI enthualastic ¬
astic greeting n etlng when 1Ibf n he appeared at theIIpfqker thespeakers the theipeak
I ipeak speakers r8 table tableMr taWeMr I
Mr fr Cleveland Jf lnclarrived arrived at t Chicago Chicagoearly Ch ChI Chi gs gsearly
early this tht ntorntag and went directly dlr ctl ctlto
I to the Auditorium hotel where he hegreeted heirreeted
greeted ted a number of friends who wers werswaiting w werwaiting
waiting to meet him himAt himAt himAt
I At 1 oclock this thi afternoon he was wasthe wasthe waathe
the guest of Cyrus H McCormick and
David B Jones at ata a luncheon given 1ven in
i his honor at the Chicago club Con Coneluding Coneluding
eluding < this he attended the Studebak Studebaker
j I or r theatre as a the tb guest of James H Hthc1es
Krkles J dde comptroller ot the currency f
during Mr Clevelands second se < Ond admin ¬
istration i istra tra Hon tionAaIt j jA I IA8df
A A8df de from a public < r rc ieption ption to be begiven I IKhpn IgIveit
given in Mr cle etIIIOO8 eIand a honor in the theJ i
Art J rt instltut the t he programme for tomor tomorrow toniorrow ¬
row has not been definitely decide decideAft df deel4p4After > < ldP4f ldP4fA tomorI
Aft A After ft r the reception he h < will leave for
his hi home in Princeton N J JBLEW Jzw I
BLEW zw OUT TEE GAS GASChicago GAShlcago GASchicago
Chicago Oct O < t 14 t4Willlaan William Dobbin i 8a 8 Syears 8years
years a of age wa was asphyxiated and his hiswife bl blwlff hiswIfe
wife is j barely alive from the effects of ofescaping otaplng ofsecaping
escaping aplng gas Ttter Th were found today toda I
In their tht > ir room at the Quincy hotel by
the hotel clerk The aged couple regis ¬ I
tered at the hotel hotellaet last evening from St
LuIs L ull The hotel authorities believe the thegas theKat thegas
gas < was not completely compl tely turned out but
that It escaped so gradually that the thecouple thect thecouple
couple ct iple did not notice it itJAIL ItI Itw ItSAIL
Georgetown Ky Oct 14 lcah Caleb b
Powt PO rn and Jim Howard convicted la larneetion IRrOtction inI
< rneetion > with the murder of William Williamroebei Williamoehet
< roebei were wt > re today removed Tt > to the Jail Jailfiu jailat
fiu h Louisville on an order issued uect by the
county judge ju ae Intercepted letters lettersshowed
showed that friends were planning to
liberate lI rate them themNONUNION themI themNONUNION
New ew Orleans Oct 14
HBloodshed Bloodshed
re result r rIIultin resuiting ¬
sult IIultin suiting ins from th tb > < > coal aJ wheelers heelfr strike
on the river fcvnt runt occurred our today when
Nelson e1S elsn D Griggs a nonunion negro was
fatally shot The strikers are charged
with the th shooting escapade escapader escapadeL
= i >
r < f f i
w t Park for the nest st five Weeks ratucM ratucMto raaDHNIto
to the metro metropolis oUa this th18W evening
W H Haakill l left for Ogden OrcI this mom jaornm momina aotnh
m ina h
J 1 V Langford rord was a passenger pa to Park Parkttv
Cttr CIt ttv this tbl morning morningMrs mornln mornlnXra morningMifl
Mrs James QalUgan returned to the thecitv theettv thecity
city this morning morningMrs morningMr8
Mrs Joseph Field was as a psssenger to tothe tothe tothe
the city this afternoon afternoonTonight afternoonTonl afternoonTonight
Tonight Tonl ht at the Ontario boarding rdlng house houseMiss houseMiss I IMiss
Miss Lizzie Connolly Miss Kate Malone Maloneand Maloneand I Iand
and Miss Genevieve Fitzpatrick enter entertained enterined ¬ I Ined
tained ned at a a dance dancei danceB U UBTA
Logan ecrhThe funeral sezfees sezfeeswer services I Iover
over wer the remains o Dr Calvin Cart Cartrlgbt Cartright
right wh who died in th thc oflty city on Saturday Saturdarwere u uWere
were he held Tu Tuesday ar atte attet oon ° ° at the Pres Presbrterlan I
brterlan church The chtii cbtiewith h vaa as Cllled Cllledwith
with the prominent people J people0f vof of th the cijv cijvi city eftrRev i iRev
i Rev N E Clemenson prea pre preab i < d < J tnf the u ui unel I Ineral
i neral sermon and Moses ThatcK Thatc ThatCt fOr deJa deJaered dcliv dclivered ° CI CIered
ered a brief but eloquent eulogf eulo xof or the thedecea thedeceased e edeceased
deceased deceasedDr ed edDr > X XDr
Dr Cartwright C was a a native of IonO Ion 10 10Canada o oCnada n nCanada < I Isag
Canada where he hewaa was born in 1831 p e ew 1WI
w sag as a licentiate of the Royal College o oDental oi oiDental
Dental Surgery S rgery and graduated in 1869 1869After 1869Alter ri <
After traveling throughout Canada he hecame heme I I
came me to the United States and for twelve twelveyears twelyears Om I I Iyears
years ars practiced in Salt Lake City He Heeam I Icant
I came nere in UK He wac a a charter chartermember I
member of the Order c f Foresters A Awife Awife I I Iwife
wife a son On daughter stepson ste On and step ¬ I I I Idaughter
daughter da bter survive him Be was highly highlYtecl J I
respected r tecl teclAsk here hereAsk I I II
I I IAsk
Ask your grocer for Vienna Modelbread Modelbread Model Modelbread
bread Its the best bestMaccabees i io
bestII o II II
Maccabees bring a friend to the Tent J
Xcr 0 2 smoker tonight
Signs of Polluted Blood BloodThere
There is nothing so sr > repulsive looking and disgusting as an old sore
You worry over it till the brain grows weary and work with it until the thepatience thepatience thepatienceis
patience is exhausted and the theverysightof very sight of theold festering sickly sicklylooking looking
place makes you irritable despondent and desperate desperateA
A chronic chroniesoreisthevery sore is the very best bestevidencethatyourblood evidence that your blood is in an unhealthy I
and impoverished impoverishedcondiHon condition that th tyourconstitution your constitution is breaking down under
the effects of some serious serio us disorder The taking of strong medicines like likemercury likemercury likemercury
mercury or potash will sometimes sometim so pollute and vitiate the blood and impair im inspair ¬
pair the general system that the raerestscratch merest ratch or bruise results in obstinate obstinatenonhealing obstinatenonhealing obstinatenonhealing
nonhealing sores of ofthe the most offensive character characterOften characterOften c1amcterOftenaninheritedthintlreaksoutiufrightful
Often Oftenaninheritedthintlreaksoutiufrightful an inherited taint taintbreaks breaks out in frightful eating sores soresupon upon the limbs limbsor
or face in old age or middlelife middle life Whenever a sore refuses to heal the blood
is always at fault and whileantiseptic washes salves soaps and powders powderscan
can do much to keep down the infiaumation and cleanse the sore it will willnever willnever I Inever
never heal permanently y till the theblood blood itself has been purified and the deadly
germs germsand and poisons destroyed destroyedand and with S S S this thiscanbe can be accomplished accomplishedthe accomplishedthepolluted accomplishedthepollutedbbood the theppllutedblood
ppllutedblood polluted blood is purified and invigorated and when whenrich whenrichpureliloodisagaincirculatingfreely
richpure rich richpureliloodisagaincirculatingfreely pure blood is again circulating freely throughout throughoutthe
the body the flesh esb around the old sore begins to take takeou takeon takeon
on a natural color the discharge of matter ceases ceasesand ceaseS ceaseSand ceasesand
and the place heals over overS overS overS
S S S is both a blood purifier puri er and tonic that puts your blood in order orderand orderand orderand
and at the same sametimetoises time tones up the thesystetu system and builds up the general health h alth
If you have a chronic sore writs writ us No charge for medical advice adviceTHE adviceTHE adviceTHE
Its Now up p to You YoiTheres YouTheres YouTheres
Theres a great gre t many boys ys and girls shoes made just to sell sellA sellA sellA
A low price point is always commendable cOUU coutgendabkprovding E ndabJeprov1dJDR providing It applies to a a
trustworthy shoe But to quote te low prices at the expense of quality is l as a
dangerous a a playing with wlthflft fire
Here are low prices that contains co illite quality with quantity in fair propor ¬
tion Every pair of these e shoes for Boys 10 and air girls is commendable l and
GIRLS are thoroughly good KOOC a4 a4dependable a adepeadable sii4dependable
dependable dress dr or school sorts sortsShield eortaShiel aortaShield
Shield Shoes sizes At 5 5to Sto
to S value Wli Ll at atShield at8hlc1d atShield 90c
Shield Shoes nixes 8 8Shield 814
to 11 11 value13i value i3 atp atpShield at atShield 115
Shield Shoesni Shoes dce es 11 S1 c g AK r rto
to 2 2 value WTa It at atUTTLE atLITTLE atLITTLE
like the big boys wear stylish and andwear andw andWOM
wear w sizes 9 to 13 13Little 13aJ > ILitUe
Little mans shoes calf calfir < c cor
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or kid value valueLittle 3 45 45L O OLittle
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GIRLSA line of special merit meritthe naerlttb meritth
the tb best oC everything in their theirmakeup th theirm3teUp iJ
makeup sorts for or dress or play
to look neat and wear well weiLSuperior wellSuperior welluperlor
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to I value 135 13S L at at8uPt11or atSuperior O OSuperior
Superior shoes sixes 8 8 Sf < a IS ISJ
J to U value 1 75 at athperlor atSUperior < P 3 3Superior
Superior shoes slats 11 1 185 85 OtS OtSto
to 2 value J2S 2 at atOIYR t tOUR OO OOOUR
rust BOTS DOTSMade Made to stand the therough therough
rough knocks and do Extra good gooduppers goodappera
uppers and soles well sewed sewedBoys sewedB sewedBoys
Boys B slats 1 Vi to 6 8viae22Lat S185 S185y oc ocrsJue
185 185Yngths
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value 260 i at tt iJ > 170 170Boft 1 713 713Boys J JBofW
Boys extra value
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This is to Certlfy that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the
great kidney liver end d bladder
remedy is purely vegetable vegetablephine vegetableanddoes vegetableanddoes
anddoes not oontain
Y calomel
mercury creosote mor or
phine in opium op um strychrjW strychn StrYChlirie1cajne ne Gaine nitrate potash saltpetre sal tpetre
ibrofliide i r dep potassium tassium n rOOtj1ka1od rooti alkaloid
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