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lASHINGTON GToN Jan xmlILAL mAt the be beginmng beginning oe oeginning
WASm vv ginning of the session today the thesenate thesenate
senate took up the resolution reIIOllItlootor reIIOllItlootorthe lor lorthe or ortine
the addition of a clerk in the senate senatetost senatetlos senateIostoflice
tost Iostoflice office Mr Hale to
objected im imnudiate IIJ1nwalate immcatate
nudiate consideration < saying < < that too toomany tooman toomany
many man increases were being made in the tlwclfrieal theclerltal a6 a6Clt
clfrieal Clt > flal forces of the senate He ap appult ap apP
4 pealed P pult aieu to Mr Jean ean chatrm chairman an of the thet theommltlt thecommittee
t committee > e on contingent expenses who whoreplied whoJfplied whoF
F replied that the pending resolution had hadten badbloen hadkeen
ten introduced for the purpose of re retaining retalnlag reL
L taming the services of the clerk who whos ho hoi
3 i s jJjework e work orlt At Mr fr Hales request requestthf requesttiH requesttin
tin resofoVion rtBOf Jolt n went over overMr OV overMr
Mr 11 CuD Cutlbm m presented a number of ofpetitions ofpetitions ofDetltions
petitions Ii fdr r a servIce pension bill say ¬
ing that Juft ht has received such petitions petitionsfrom petitlonfrom petitionsfrom
from almogk alm almse every G A R post OIIt in Ill 1111n lJUDn
i n Dn i is 1 and that he hoped they would
have ha e the attention at tendon of the senate senatet M1ULtedo
t t do noU DO know he said what It Itwould Ituld Ituld
would uld cost cosftvp give Jve a pension to every everyfcian everynH everyThan
Than nH n who senyed ed in the civil war warMr war1Jr warMr
Mr Gallln Qalllnsfar who sat next nf > xt to atr atrCuljom Mridiom Ir Iru1Jom
Culjom idiom repI renliid under r his breath breathAbout breathA breathAbout
About A Out forty oAflftjr of t Aft siftj HiflUonc anou for tike tikefirst tneIr th
1 first r9t ear
Patterson aontln Qontinues Qontinuesair H Hdr
air Ir Patterson UHSI eontln continued bM I IreealJ ad address d ddr
dress dr reealJ s on the Panama owinal n1 qwestloa Jir IITPattereon Jiratna XiPalt
Palt Pattereon anter + d m Intel a d squeeialt 1M 1Mh listbe
h be purps8 t > t shh b that at P t tROoaeYelt tRoosevelts
ROoaeYelt cI tdatna trdm Im that b Qoathe oerH In Pan Panama
atna was in the line off 0 policies of ofeJIng pr pte ptef e ecling
cling f > administrations Iras unfoui unfouiand unfounded unfoundedAnd
and to this end quoted nuiny official doc documents decrments ec ecIntents ¬
Intents bearing upon tb thi subject since BIBeeb46 stece1b46
1646 when the treaty tret watt negotiated negotiatedReferring negotiatedReferrluJ negotiatedReferring
Referring to th the presidents ents declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion that what had b been en done d dope e in Panama Panamahad Panamahad Panamabad
had been done as tn the man mandate t of civil civiiIzation c1 civilization I I1zatJon
Ization Mr lr Patterson quoted with apyrcwal ap approval apfval ¬
proval a statement by Mr Spooner to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that that was anew a new phase pbaseaddiRs pbateaddi phaseadding
adding addi
Mentally Exalted ExaltedIt
It was as a new phrase pbra and the man manKho maahI tunato
to Kho hI oo penned it must have been beena in a stats statspf stateR tateIf
R pf If mental exaltatloa at the tfnws tlm as ottt ottttrs othN ethers
ers N have been on other occasions OGeasi ns Mo Moharaet Kobamet Mo1lamet
haraet Joseph Smith and D Dewle ewie wie few fewmoved Myemoved havemoved
moved in such exalted sphere spkereatbatlley spkereatbatlleyimagined that they theyimagined theyimagined
imagined themselves tb8 V as the veryTies veryTiesregents verJneeJ very voce voceegents
regents J g nts of the Almighty and it may ay y lie liethat bethat het
that t ha t the president moved in the same samejihere samejnere am amihere
jihere jihereMr ihereMr jnereMr
Mr Patterson entered en into an argu argunent arprrpTlt arguSrertt
nent intended to ate that CoIombia Co Colombia eol ¬
lombia l > mbi had acted in good fsfth f th In reject rejectng rejectIg rejectrg
ng the SayHerran treaty treatYlHe He said that thatf thatQlombla
f olombia bad a perfect right to reject the thereaty theaty theeat
reaty eat aty and declared that Uts Jta is rejection rejectionuld
+ uld id be traced tr < to the deli dslibfraU f lllt te threatsc threats threatsthe threatathe
< the United States Stateslie t tUt rlie
lie arraigned tbe presid president HeSltlmlt t for failing failingt al1hagart
t < carr carry art > th the Spoon SpqonOr < r law into l to effect eff t and andJi andb
Ji 1 + declared d lared that tn t th4 president pre Jdent had bold MboMannounced HboIdannounced boldannounced
> announced his intention to steal Pan Panama P1ima Panma ¬
ama ma or take it by b sneer farm The Theresidents Ttoresidents Tto 1b4tresidEnt
residents views the speaker ker argued argtwdmust arg1l4ldmust arguedmist
must have ha been known to the p people epl oc ocTanama ot otJ of7anama
Tanama J 3 nama hence h be h heM W th the people to ba baar hea8t bear
ar east a8t partly raspoosiMe reap a 1b1e for the tbee se secession secession ¬
cession e sion of Panama PanamaStrong PanamaStrons PanamaStrong
Strong Point Made lEadeMr
Mr Jr Patterson PaUt > r51n returned to the portion portionOP
OP t P the presidents message of Jan 4 in inv Inhlh inhich
v hrh he stated that it had been the in infT InH11 innr
fT H11 nr Tion ion if olombia iUd lid not accept our OUIPtrnip ouirnll ouricrnlh
trnip rnll to submit to congress c nnfftJ the prontrr pro prorrittv p1otltty
rrittv of a direct arrangement with Pantud Pan Pantaa Pantnd
taa or take up other steps that thatneeded might mightneeded mtcbLe
> needed e ed iu order to begin the cane canet canal canalSuch caitaIrtae
t > rtae rDrLeeaeh rtaeuclt
Such uclt a pTopoeition Mr Ir Pattersoa Pattersoalured PattelllOllJar
c lured Jar d would have e been an insult to todfenity todicnlty to
dignity an4 a bonestj boIJe t of congress congressTi On Onj
Ti T j repeated the charge cbar e that the pr plMl plMlmind preslta i it
t ta a mind was known in Panama aDd anoBSart aDdfis slidF
BSart fis F rt t < ° d l that his course was pur pure cold coldT roldiIHlded
with tbe rebel rebeJsMr rebelofr rebelsir
T iIHlded + i ieci < participation
Mr Patterson hav having Iuf quoted certain certainrwspape cetttiI1NWSpapel certainr
NWSpapel r rwspape reports Mr r Aldrich inter interni 1 er erill
statements tate nts were un uniotzed UDo trnotsed
ni a ed f > Cl that the th
iotzed o tzed ewspp reports reportsITewspajjer reports1fe reportsNewspaper
Newspaper 1fe paper Keports Keportsf R ports portsr
3r f Patterson replied that he had ob obF
F rved r rv d that newspaper reports concern concerne I
e the th affairs of tb t the administration are arer arern aremt
r rn > Bu > tly tl contradicted As an instance instancetited i iited i
tited ited the denial of the report that tnatpresident thatr thatresident II
> r president prt resident > had said concerning a cer cersenators cergenators
< senators senators attitude toward the presi presinomination prestnomination preatt
y > t al nomination tbat he h would either eitherLIVO eithery
LIVO 1 + r C to fish or cut bait baitMr baitllr beltair
Mr air Patterson asserted that Mr MrTuaauVanna Mr1n MrfnuuYarilla
TuaauVanna 1n uYrfl1a had COM to Washington Washingtonlobby Vaahlnctonl
r lobby l bby the anal measure JaM aure through for fort
t Panama Canal company and de deired det dered I
t qed that Mr BunatfVarilhi had m imt imtn t i
since WS6 Ho Hourged Hetrtd Hourged
n 1 been in ir > Panama l
to displace the theNiMragua theiraragua
urged that the effort I
canal with the Panama canal canalin I
NiMragua iraragua 8 < < ua
> < < in tbe interest of those e who want no noraiul norarul I
raiul ral 1 at all and at the worst one which whichtuld whichh
h tuld + Hld 1 Id give the least competition to the theaiidcontineiital th thiI thenacontineutat I IHld
aiidcontineiital iI P t1nental ra railroads rsJ He believed believedNicaragua > d j Ilitaragua j jNicaragua
Nicaragua canal cduld uld be completed completedi j ji ii
i fiteen fi tft > n years ears less tIlDe ogee than the Pan Pangnm PanJTH Pant
t gnm rrr s cansi < anal U lIt therefore would vote voteajiiist voteSlnst ote ote1ym i
ajiiist 1ym l the ratification of the treaty treatyPlatts treatyPlatts treatyDefense
Platts We Weak Weaktr k Defense DsfanseTi
Ti T tr Patter Patterson ion was w followed by Mr Mra Ir Ira
T a at t of j ionnecticut nnne < inne tteut who ho said the thel7rilts aa aal asr
l l7rilts ins on th the president had been a roys roysto msh
4 h to him Often these th attacks bad badli i iu jh
h u n li d dlftnt dt < ent nt English but some Jme of them thembeen tlMmJ
> < J been n brutal Mr Pattersons Patten ons speech apeecbHotr speechn pe ch chwever
wever n r had relieved the Attacks of ofrir ofrlr ofr
rir r myfiery my ter for h be and Mr Carmack Carmacki
> d < > i shown that the purpose JMII was to force forceinstruction forcenet forcenstruetion
instruction net tuctlon of the canal via thearagua th thNiaragutt the thearagua
Niaragutt aragua rather rath r than the Panama Panamar PanaMartlt
r rtlt sit tt th the former being the route of the theI theIiem
I Iiem mwratii nratir party For or himself be was wasp wa waJ
r p J ui d shat the mystery of the Democratic Democratictw DemocraticLnritiou mo rtlc rtlcf
fJitiolt tw f > sitioit had been cleartl ck > areoJ away awayMr awa awayfir
Mr 11 Phut Pll < tt then argued in support of ofIif ofIr
Iif 1 l courst Urs tlf > t the administration in Pan PanJTTII Panrod Panm
> JTTII < rod m He declared that the t e Democrats Democratst Demoeratiiigitt
t > igUt of the fact tht th < t Panamas ini In Inindenf tnndtcn
i indenf linens was as an estahif e established n d fact rec rectizod re reizd rectoed
toed l h I > y the > United States but by all all5rv allrat II IIgrtat
> 5rv grtat rat > at nations of th earth and If Ifat I Ic inlad
nlad c had violated j < Jlated intematial law sv bad badIt hadeat
eat > at It Britain 13r ini Oermany Gera and Fran France < o He Heii Heh tieI
I ii J Mr h Patterson to introduce iJltroduret a ai at
t noel dlroting dtrr cting the pr president < lld Went ent to with withnv withrtw wlthtlratr
tlratr < nv ar r hips front isthmian watersl waters
tI > l did nt believe any senator would wouldvitf W01Ildjt
vitf jt 8uh w h a + tuesVou ue o Going Ooin < < further > rtl f fut
1 1 Mr 1 IaUrsun Iatt rson think that we Bboeld BboeldI
ut I t Colombia in a again ain securing control ooatrolf I IMr
r f PalaQl 1anaAtaWithout < J Jthout °
Without thout Mr Ir Pitts PiaU completing his
4 441i 4t i ad adjourned adJoumedSure adjournedSure > urned
6L 6 cfh b th thc senate at p m I
Sure Oux e for Piles Pilesit PUtsIthing
it Ithing hing PllCB pfoduce bee moisture an anmse and 1U41l18 andi1
mse 1l18 i1 itching Tkis h form as well as aslUind uHlil1d asIuind
lUind Bl BIMcIhIg 4ns g or T Protruding < < Piles Pilescured PUeed
d < > cured by Dr r Bosankos Pile Remrdr Rem Remjy Remly
rdr < jy Stops Jtofcis lW1ting and bleeding Abf Ab Abrbs AbHrbl
Hrbl f + rbs tum tUII1Q1 tunas b Me c a jar at druggists druggistsi
i > ent nt by Mall Treatise free t Write Writer
Mf r r about yo Your r e case s Dr Bosanko BosankoPhiladelphia BOIIIankoif1i1udelphia Bosankoi
Philadelphia i iili < delphta Ba 1 ° a NeMenJudeon NeJ enJud on Drug Drugf
t f distributor distributorrSThey distributorThey rliitributorThey
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ttur < Iur ur Paint ami Painters Wall Paper PaperIt
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Cured Lumbago JrnmbagoA
A B Canman Chicago CMca writes March
4 1903 1O l Having Men en troubled withIurihago with witaiui withJ
iui J Iurihago un Migo go at different times t1 aee and tried triedMI
MI 11 it physician a after t r another then dif difnnt dltnnt dlfrt
nnt rt rt ointments and linamcnts gave itgip it itjp itip
jp altogether S b I tried once more moreand moreanj morea1
and goo go a L bottle of B BaUards Urt Snow LIb Lroinent LIbOJ
OJ Linr3ent inent whle 1 hkh idI gave 1yeme me almost aim oat instant instaatt instaatrmer 1utatIi instantIief
Iief Ii Incaa rcaJc a recommend dJt dJtld it iti t
ld i Wm t > tdd d e eniter ternrlist to e
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Z M 1 Drug Dru Dept DeptAnnu1 R RAnnwl
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Now ow on at Thm5Prte T Xrn Mitipare Mii t aragw Cotom Co Coompe C Clm
> tom < ompe ompest lm l ete < t > te newt new Meekin ekbI lat3tt lat3ttst tlir tlirSt
st prices Goods at lowest pricm pricmfie prl prlate pricilMate
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F RfHCfM t tEvidence ING INGt INGEvidenoeAgainst
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Evidence EvidenoeAgainst Against Machen Not NotSufficient NotSuffioient NotSuffloient
Sufficient to Convict GonvictJUDQE ConvictJUDGE
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JUDGE LAYS IAY DOWN DOWNNEUg THE TRE lW lWNEO L LPX
PX ° 4NBOIIfATTBRS NEUg NEO MATTERS CANNOT CAlfNOTBE
BE JE DRAGGED IN INportal INW INt
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t AS Tcm Ja Jan 1swItten WlteA ihe ihetrial ti e eO
W portal O taI trial was as resumed rmntned today todayMr to todayItif lQ1 lQ1Mr
Mr Xumler Deferring referrJ to to his hischarge hischarp hischarge
charge tD made 2nhdeyesterday de yesterday that Postofflee Po to lee
Inspector Mayer had coached witnesses witnessessaid wltr witnessessaid s e eaJ4l1edtd
said aJ4l1edtd he did not wish to call the atten attention attlatlOI1 attention ¬
tion of the court again to the matter matterbat mat matterbut r rbat
bat as s the district dl trlet attorney y had pressed prescttdhim fIN fId fIdhim
him for proof of his assertion a ertlon he ue was wasprepared wasprepared wasprepared
prepared to present an a n affidavit The Thedistrict Toedistrict Thedistrict
district attorney attorne protested prot ted that the thematter thematter thematter
matter could < not be brought before th thcourt the thpcourt thecourt
court in this way that oral testimony testimonyshould 3estimonyshould
should be heard heardI
I beg to differ with you ou as to that thatremarked that1ema thatremarked
remarked 1ema Judge Pritcbard PritcbardMr
Mr Kumler then said Id as two affida affidavits ametaits affidavits ¬
vits its would ould be necessary he would obtain ob obtain obtain ¬
tain one more whereupon Judge JudgePritcaard JudgePritchard JudgePritchard
Pritchard remarked that If he found foundsufficient foundlIufltcfent foundsufficient
sufficient cause for issuing a rule for forcontempt forrontempt forcontempt
contempt against agaln t Mayer May r he would do It ftMr ItMr ItMr
Mr Douglass > interjected toe statement statementthat statementthat tatementthat
that the affidavit would ould apply a pty equally equallyand equalband equallyand
and perhaps more so to Postofflee Pestof ee In Inspector Inlpec Inspec ¬
spector spec or Gregory GregoryCounsel GregoryCounsel regory regoryCounsel
Counsel Warned WarnedJustice WarnedJuUce WarnedJustice
Justice Pritehard Prit halfl Informed counsel coun el on onboth ODboth onboth
both fides that he would demand nd that tfcatno tUtno thatno
no extraneous matcr u b be introduced I ueett to towould tontJuence toinfluence
influence tb the jury hut that If it wail hwould h hwould
would take occaslm O < CuJ > n to mention it when when1he whenhe whenhe
he delivered el his hJ chaise to the jury
Henry C Lockwood chief clerk of the thecity thecity thecity
city delivery deUv JT of the New York Yorkl City tl post postoffic p postoffice at atrftlc
office < testified ttlHLA Answertn a t question esdo by
Mr x Taggart Mr Lockwood said hi that by bya
a letterTinted letter dated Feb eb 1 MK lt he was notified notifiedtfcat noti notifiedthat ed edtat
that tat MM Groff fasteners were ere ordered orderedsupplied orderedIlUppJle4 orderedsupplied
supplied to b his < office of lie without any aayrequl aayrequlIJItJon anyrequlst requi requisition ¬
sition st on first baring been made therefor thereforCounsel UforC thereforteed
C Counsel teed for the defense det tIle objected Mr MrTaggart 111Tagprt MrTaggart
Taggart stated that his object woe to toshow tohow toshow
show Maqhen was specially energetic in indistributing IndlstrlbutJnr indistributing
distributing these the e fasteners fastenersAnticipated ta fastenersAnticipated teners tenersAntioipated
Anticipated the Question QuestionJustice QuestionJaetl QuestionJustice
Justice Jaetl e Pritchard announced that he hewould hawoul hewoula
would woul l admit as competent any evidence evidencetending eridcmeetending evidencetending
tending to show ho facts in connection with withthe wIthtbe withthe
the furtherance of the allegations of the theindictment thehMIIctmenL theIndictment
indictment He has he said anticipated anticipatedtbfs anticipatedthis uetpatedtbtA
this very question and bad given n it much muchthought muchthOu muchthought
thOu thought t The witn witness es then continued his histestimony bittte histestlareny
testimony te tlMen after counsel stated they would wouldargu wouldalB18 wouldargue
argue the point further tomorrow tomorrowLockwood tOIJlorroLockwood tomorrowLockwood
Lockwood explained various initials onthe on onthe onUte
the letter lett r by saying yin they represented representedthose representedtholle representedthose
those of officials of the New ew York poet poetoffice postoffice 08t 08tofftce
office through whose bands aad tile letters lettershad lettersad lettershad
had ad passed It developed from rom further furtherquestioning furtherque furtherquestioning
questioning que tloDbtg that the initials tal tiala A W M Mwere 3fwere L Lwere
were also I Q on lettersldust letters lettersMust ettentMust
Must Have Proof ProofOn ProofOn ProofOn
On crossexamination e1OlllHtXJltia tloa witness said he henever benevel henever
never saw Machen sign s his Initials and andtherefore aoot andtherefore
therefore t retore did not know whether theywere they theywere the thewere
were put there by Machen or one of ofMachsna OfMachens ofMachens
Machens clerks although his familiarity familiaritykith
kith ith communications from the depart department departaaeat department ¬
ment led him to l relieve Ueve it came from fromMachens fromIacMns fromMachens
Machens office Counsel than became becameInvolved becameImohed becameinvolved
Involved in another legal l al argument arpJHeatatter arpJHeatatterDouSJas after afterMr afterlid
Mr Douglass had again objected to theadmission the theadmission
admission 1118100 of tbe letter because there therewas therewas therewas
was no evidence to show that Machenever Machen Machenever Machenver
ever ver saw it or ever dictated ItThe it itThe ItThe
The court held that as the government governmentwas
was w trying to identify the initiate uA A W WM SlM Yo YohaYlDg
M as having been made by Macben en and andthe andtbe tendthe
the witness wltJ1e < s wax not no able to positively po ftively do doso doso
so he would require the initiate to be beproved beJJIOect beproved
proved before ftore this particular testimony testimonywouM teeUntonywouw testimonywould
would be admitted Without such Mt h proof proofthe prooftlae proofthe
the court said with emphasis that ise is isno I IlIP
no evidence w whatever wMt tee against a lnat this de demandant deDt det4ndant ¬
mandant Dt Mac Machen Ma nen We wflJL proceed lK pce Ceed ac according ac according C Ccordlu ¬
cording cordlu to law The be witiyess was citYpsed ex excpsed etMed
cpsed Med to be croasexamlnwi um laterA later laterA i
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A HOME INDUSTRY INDUSTRYGreat nmUSTRYqrHt INDUSTRYGreat
Great Progress P18gr 8S Made During the thePast thePut thePast
Past Year YearJt YearIt
Jt It mar 7 be news to a great gr at many matJ Salt Saltlk SAltlJak SaltLekers
Lekers lk r that t1t t tight here we are aft making makingand makingand
and have Aa ve been making for a year past pasca4 JHl8tas pastart
a4 fine a line of knit goods oodg as i can r be befound befound befound
found anywhere between Chicago and andSan andSan andSan
San Francisco The Western Knitting KnittingWork KnittingWorks
Work Works have on exhibition at the prep preheat prepeat ¬
eat time at the Wilson Wll on hotel hot l sample samplerooms Nmpleroolllll samplerooms
rooms a display of knit goods that is isnot Isnot
not only onl a credit C dit to the concern but butto butto
to the state itself and anyone Interested inter interested intered ¬
I
ested ed in this thl class of goods should not notf n nfall notfall
f fall Il to see It Sweaters golf ott Jackets JacketsCardigan jacketsCardigan
Cardigan jackets and numerous spec specialties spe spelalUe specialties < ¬
ialties in the way of knit novel novelties tie ate aieto itl ateto e
to be seen seenFifty seenFifty
Fifty Fltt different stitches representing representingabout representingabout
about two hundred and fifty designs designswill dtSl desigcewilt A
will give g e one an Idea of the number numderand numberand
and extent of the product of theu fac factory factory
tory The officers vcera of the company are areWilliam areVIlUam areWilliam
William H Smoot president J H IIGarrett HGarrett 11Garrett
Garrett secretary and treasurer treaa r and andJu andJas
Jas Ju V Smith general manager maJ I r and andthese
these gentlemen gentle = en have Ita ve been in control controlof I
of the affairs of the company but butshort a asbo11 ashort
short time something IOmetbil g less than a year yearbut yearbut
but daring durio that time their progress p re ha habeen has hasbeen
been remarkable They expect to in inircaae incrcSe incrcase
ircaae their facflitit in a short tunebut tune tunebut tnntobut
but at pre preaent > nt aboutthirty about thirty ty peop peo people are areemployed arcemployed areemployed
employed and the trade territory of the thecompany thelompany thecompany
company covers Ut lHh L tah ih Idaho Wyoming WyomingMontana VyomIASIontanll YyomingMontana
Montana Washington a lIlntJ1oo Or Oregon fon D Cali California ClUfornla California ¬
fornia Nevada ada New Mexico and Ld Arsons Art Arizona Artsona ¬
sons
Doable Track TrackThe ack ackThe j jTh
Th The Chicago it Korthwratem is the theonly theonly
only 001 line Un double tracked tra ked Missouri river flyerto riverrvice
to Chicago and maintains the fastest fastestservice tutastserYlee I
service rvice between etween Omaha and the city at atth atthe t I
th the h head adl of the lakes lakesIn lakesIn lakesIn
In connection with the Union Pacific Pacificthree Paclftathree Paoltlethree
three dally trains run through solid to
Chicago For information consult CL c CA A
Walker general agent 20 20S Oi South Main 3fainstreet Mainstreet trainst1tet
street Salt at Lake City Cityalways CityEconomy Cityr
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always bears the above cap caplabel caplabel caplabeL
label It means the sameas same sameas samea
as a telling you that we weback weback weback
back up its purify pui1 y with aj aji a
i 5000 guarantee guaranteeMade guaranteeMade J Ji
i Made by the largest pro producers producers producers
ducers of Evaporated Evaporatedi EvaporatedCream EvaporatedCream
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Washington Tan IB Jfc = JEhe o house housepassed hpusced housepassed
passed ed the th Hepburn HtIt m pure feed tMii1 6aa l ml > > Hl to today todRY today ¬
day OR a to rising vot obt 3tt Si I DiG dA B8 i its S bp bpnts > Pnts p pponents
ponents nts being unable te to WBEa re a s roll rolleal1 rollcall
call on thi the feilir hilt Th The 2nIi Hm mint of ofInserting oCt ofinserting
Inserting t ertfng the wen word wflfcrt wfl ful t1 with ref reference reference reference ¬
erence to person persons wh who tail s 41 1 adnitafaied adnitafaiedor adta ted tedtor
tor or misbranded goods goo4et anti Which would uld uldIlIave
IlIave have compelled the i gdverimuesit governnfeot g to toprove torove
prove > > latent to violate the theJawb law by the
venders was w s stricken out on A yea and C1
nay vote In the house Several at ¬
tempts were made to amend the bill billout
but no J10lIlatenal material changes ware made
The bill fixed tk9 th standards of foods foodsand fOOdsand foodsand
and drugs as to their purity strength strengthand strencthaDd
and character and defines what bat shall I1 IttU
be considered adulterations or mis
branding aadl of foods and anddrufU drugs Iru It Itaiso Itaisoprohibits also alsoprohibits O OPfOhlbJts
prohibits interstate commerce cem rcf importa P rta ¬
Ion and exportation of such mis
branded or or adulterated artiolse artfoJ It is isproposed isproposed isproposed
proposed to enlarge the scope of the
bureau of chemistry to include the bu bureau 00reau bureau ¬
reau of food and impose Imp se upon it the
duty of performing all chemical work ork
for the other executive departments
This bureau will be charged with the th
duty of inspecting food and drug dr pro proeign
ducts which belong t tQ interstate or otIor otIorelfin Ior Iorelgn
elfin commerce The Seereta secretaryof of agri aglculture agriculture agrlculturu
culture is given authority to employ employsuch employsuch jlOY jlOYch
such ch chemists Inspectors clerks cte an and andlaborers andI andIlaborers d dlaborers
laborers as may be necessary lot the theenforcement t theenforcement e eenforcement
enforcement of the act acLOne actOne act actOne
One section ctlon of the bill provides penaH penaHties
Ues ties for the introduction of adulterated adulteratedor
or mIsbranded foods or drugs and an another another another
other sectionrequires section requires the secretary sl r oC ofagriculture oCagriculture t tagriculture
agriculture to prescribe > r ribe rules and regv regvillations reg regulations 1egulatlons
illations to goven th the director of the thebureau thebureau thebureau
bureau of chemistry chemlstryancL and foods in ex examinations eCaminations examinations
aminations of articles artlcI te required < < lul to be beinspected beinspected beinspected
inspected under knderthelaw knderthelawViolations the law lawViolation JawYlolatlol16
Violation oftha law shall lrICJlbereported lrICJlbereportedby be reported reportedby
by the secretary of agriculture to o this thisproper th thproper thtprOter
proper district attorney ofthe ot the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States who is to aired and cause eU1Iepro eU1Ieprooeedlngs pro proceedings prooeedings ¬
ceedings to be prosecuted p uted without wlth > ut de delay delay delay ¬
lay
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NEBRASKA REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSLincoln KPUBUCANSLincoln UBLICA1iSLincoln
Lincoln Neb Jan 20 TheRepublic 2OThe 20ThoRepublican TheRepublican Republic Republican
an state central committee tqflay decid decided decided decidedto ¬
ed edto to hold the state conventltm at Lin Lincoln LinCOln Lincoln ¬
coln Wednesday May IS But a single singleconvention singleconvention
convention will be held for selecting selectingdelegates selectingde selectingdelegates
delegates de egates at large to Chicago and nom nominating hOminatlng nominating ¬ I
inating state officers Resolutions Res tutlons were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted favoring the JeJom renomlnation ation of ofPresident I
President Roosevelt ana n John I L Webster Webster Web Webster ¬
ster of Nebraska for vice lce president It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was also resolved that the state committee com commlttee comlttee
mlttee lttee nominate a candidate for United UnitedStatoo UnitedStates I IStates
States senator senator senatorAyer senatorAy I ICherry
Ay Ayer AyerCherry rs rsCherry
Cherry Pectoral Pectoralquiets ec o r ruiets
quiets 9 uiets tickling ticklingtbrpats throats thrpatsDoctorstt Doctors Doctorshave Poctorshave
have known this for or 60 years yearsAsk yearsAsk yearsAsk
Ask your own doctor about it itDo itDo
Do as he says tocJe LOWc stall tali
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MEMORIA ill E 10RiA ltTD TO 1we VI ll 11MS 11MSIroquoi lPf9 lPf9IroquolTheatre
IroquolTheatre Iroqnoi jrheatrj8 h trA Site Will J5e6t Be OL O Ofered
fered to City of ChicagoChicago Chicago ChicagoChicago ChicagoqhIcago
Chicago Jan a 2O eArthur Arthur rahur B Hull
leader of thp tJ1 JroqUpis roq QIs Memorii asso asD asDelation ass1T ass1Telation i iciation
elation annqunces that he wilt offer o r thestto the theiiJtQ i
iiJtQ Ua of oftle the Iroquois theatre tboo for thee the rxer 9 9tIon
tIon of a a memorial to to the victims icttme 1 iMf 3
Hull refused refuscdtQ to say who authorizes auth s Mm
to make the offer but he declares it Is Isone 15one isone
one of the foremost surgeon sur Bs of th thtetty city
The heirs to to the estate of which the therite thefit therite
rite fit is a part have agreed to convey coneY1t coneY1twith it itwith itwith
with all leaseholds to the a association mtion mtion1r
SJj 1r Hull says He declares further
i > 1
> i icommittee will i pn ca i ui uiit u n nt
t r Harrison to o lay fore Ian t 1o 1oua
ua it atIors tIOnS prot protest st a alnst Jnst turns turnstie tumia tumiav
tie y mhe rl he theatre building t is Its owner ownerBJght owners ownersEgbt JWne JWnehbt
BJght hbt more churches and geve eveal al addltlonal ad additional addltlonali1alls ¬
ditional dltlonali1alls halls were t > re closed today by or order 01 order ¬
der of f the city < jn building bUIld ing departmentThe department departmentThe ep ttment ttmentT
The T e Chicago Underwriters > rs associa association aesouJatlQJ1 aasoolat ¬
t tion + has awrov approved the oc heme me inangu inangupracUcal InltgUI inauguof
I rated by the s spractical City t club > hllt hat a sut srizs of f
practical tests of fire curtains ventilatars ventila ventilaLt venUlal4rs
Lt tars rs and sprinklers be held In n theO the theEisos theth
O theatre th tt t tPines
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Pines PI 5 Cure will cure your cough and andrelieVe andrelice andreliet
relieVe reliet < e sorenefs of the lungs Iu gs All drugglotL drug druggists druggj ¬
gists gj ts 25 a ce cents e tts
DYSPEPSIA CURfU CURfUIN
IN SfVEN WEEKS WEEKSJohn
John K ScUappici Scbl Sc11pl pplch ch President lr sident Unique Trading Tr dbg Co Reading Pa Says SaysI
I Had Dyspepsia Yspep inSo So Badly Nothing Would Stay on My Stomach StomachI
I Couldii CouljgfcSlep OoulW t S J jeep pand and and Lost Flesh Fie h Daily Duffys Duif s Pure Malt MaltWhiskey MaltWhisker Malt1t
Whisker Whiskey 1t 7 Cured Cute ilte Me in Seven Weeks Wee and nd d I Am Stouter Stouterand Stouterand Stouterand
and Stronger Than Ever BeforeDUFFYS Before BeforeDUFfYS
DUFfYS PURE MAL T WhISKEY
I was in I the depths of despair and sufag snf snfonized 1MIfpg
pg aU id kinds s or torture from dspep
My con condition Lion was so bad that noUa noUa1ft
en 1ft would on stay on my stomach not In InIzed even eventzed
onized Ized foods and wine vine proscribe ptoscriJJ preserfatdtors to
UN doctors d torn I lost Ileeh daily and caiiM caiiMsleep COB COBn sourat i
n rat sleep eep at night It seemed to ra me me death deat deatMMIi deathbe
MMIi rbe 5 be a relief reliefut reliefAbout
About > ut a a year ear ago a I began taking g Duf Duttyj Duffy ¬
fys fy Pure Mak Whiskey and nd in seven sevenwafiks sevenw sevenweeks
wafiks w weeks I was completely cured and could couldatanythlng couldamt
amt atanythlng anything set before me without wltouutt afa afatress cistress
tress tresshavent t tressI I I havent had b ad a touch of indigestion indigestionbut n
MM sI r but have gained in weight weigh and andDyspepsia andlle andne
lle r felt stronger or better In my mywonderful lire lirePiUtrs lireD
PiUtrs D vs is a perfectly wonderful men m dlllfte dlllftetnoar e eI
I tnoar never mean man n to be without Uh ut ft ftTOHN ItI
TOHN f SCHLAPrlCJu
Dyspepsia is the curse curse of modern civil civilfl3tJon
i fl3tJon ation and eight out of every tenpeo tenpeopje ten tenpeoWe poo pooPJe
pje have it to a more or less degree Itrobs It Itydpa
robs us of sleep shatters ghat telS the nerves untmines un uny unrmines
rmines the constltutlOl and pave poes the thefor t
y for serious disease 8 mpJlcattbll6 eemplleatlonegffys aemplioatibne aemplioatibnefuffys mpJlcattbll6utlys
fuffys Pure Malt Whiskey is the onlY Soniycure onlYcute nly nlycure
cure for dyspepsia that does not persia parniais permanen persianentIy
nentIy nen tIy lnjyretother Inj4r Other or organs nf3 q f the b bis 9
is prescribed l + Y 70CiJ doctors do otor s o 1Ur gtils
tiIS is 8 ana used excliisfvsljp exclt1sr exclits v 1 lf in over overals ov ovaJsW1ienever ove
jai als aJsW1ienever s whenever a tonic tnlfc or orBumwaat orBumwaat1eulr stimulantequlrcd stimulant stlmulRHte
1eulr e equlrcd uired d dU v vbat te
U bat e Q < greatest medical authority authorit on tlla iiieae tllaW 1Ifstt
eae tt W of the stomach says Duffys DU fys Pure3ftt Pure PureJirt
Msff 3ftt Jirt L Whiskey Wl S ltiske ske Is a form of food already alread
dt digested f dted ted agreeable to any stomach
Cures ores Stomach TfoflSles Tf roU es es of o Every vex vexDr Form FormDr
Dr John O Walker alker Randalmcn K XC C Surgeon Southern Railway writes
Duffys fills every requirement as a pleasant pl santpalatabI6 palatable diffusive stimulant and
tonic easily borne by the moat mo t delicate stomach stomachIt
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It sweetens and strengthens the stonr stoikach stonrach 8tOm
ach and brings into play ail the vitalforces vital vitalforcesand ital italforces
forcesand forces and enables enabl s one to get from foodall food foodall fOtHall
all the nourishment nourhhm nt it contains containsIf P PIf
If you are troubled with belching sour sourstomach sourstomach
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stomach biliousness or wind especially esp CIally i iafter
after meals or if you oU have a bad braatjt braatjta br Ui Uia
a bitter disagreeable taste in the mouth mouthor i ior y yor
or a furred tongue particularly IB the themorning a amorning o omorning
morning if your complexion is duirnd dUlf an anYour ant antyour u5 u5your
your skin kln dry dryI if you have bad baddretems baddretemsand dreams dreamsor dtekmand
and un unrefreshing refresh ng slumber no amblUQn amblUQnor arnbi arnbior
or onergy over gyy but butteel feel listless and an d fa faexertions fagged gged out utafter ut utafter i iafter
after the least exertion exertions and d just drag H Hyourself
yourself around if you cannot put your yuuroldtime youroldtime U Uoldtime
oldtime Interest Into your our work work get a at 9 abottle Y
bottle t leonf of DUFPflTS PUKE MALT WHIS HIg H HI
ICEY I Yand and taka tak it t as directed directedIt directedIt
It makes digestion perfect p erfect enriches enrl es the <
blood builds up the nerve tissues tones toaeeup tORefiup
up the hearts action gives power to the tii a
brain strength and elasticity to the IRBS IRBScles IRU IRUcIes HiesIles
cles it is Invaluable for overworked overworkedworried overworklMiwOrrIed overworkedworried
worried men delicate dellcatcWOJRer women and sickly sicklychildren sIcklychildren sicklychildren
children It makes the old young ono ao
keeps tho young strong Not only gives glv you O1 back bSalth ti ltbjbut but keeps you strong
and well wellDUFFYS wellDLFFYS wellDCFFYS
DUFFYS PURE MALT WHISKKY also cures coughs colde cold grippe catarrh
consumption asthma bronchitis and ail l diseases dt flfse of tho throat and lu luns Iuu r > nerv n > rv ¬
ousness malaria and all n low fevers It sontains no fusel oil and is the only only whis wide his
xey Jtt recognized by the government as a nj SVtldSelne dlcine This TbIss Is s a guarantee
CAUTION CAPTIONWhen When you ask for Barfys s Pure p fo Malt Whiskey VhI8k t be > e sure you get the
g genuine Unscrupulous s dealers mindful mindfulof of the tlte excellence cenen of this preparation will
try tl to o sell you cheap imitations and malt whiskey wbJ kt substitutes subsUtb es wOiCh wn h are put on In
the market for profit only and which far from relieving the sick are positively
harmful Demand Duffy and b be suryoif aur curs you 0 gt It It is the only absolutely ab olutelypttre pare
Malt Whiskey Wh I key which contains m JftPdfcln d4cinaftlfeaUhgiviiig eltealth LJ aUhglvh gtvng qualUIw unntlaf Duffy DU rCY15 Pure
Malt lalt Whiskey W llkc is a spjd sold In n sealed jbottles o Uri 1F never u ver In flask flastp tasK QE bulk builOv Leak for the
trademark the th e Old Chemist oh the label a bel and be certaIn the seal over the
cork is unbroken Beware 4 Dr > f refilled Dettlqe bettl
Sold by all druggists and grocers ers or direct J109 a bottle Medical oooklet free
Duffy DUff > Malt Whiskey Whlske Co Rochester Newyork NewyorkeldenJudson New York
NeldenJuusoh 1 Drug Dru Co Distributors Di trlbutors gait lt Lake City Utah
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7iecause eattse the 1JQsf 1JQsf1p Bcstfos
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f f j We carry carrY a lot of rye blends that thatwould th t
would make any an mans mouth water waterand wa waterand er I Iand
and that is chaser enough for such suchfine suchI suchflue
I fine ft e whiskies Some in the list l1star l1starCedar are areCedar areCedar
Cedar Grove Deseret Glen Valley ValleyImperial Valltyj ValleyImperial
Imperial Imp rlal Nectar Eye Old Saratoga SaratogaIt
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i 0 Club dl and Wilsons Wnsonsthats thats all allBIEGEU aU1UEGE1t y yRIEGER
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meats 250 rooms single and en suite suite 2 2rooms 2t 7trcoma I
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CARSTENSEN ANSON COMPANY COMPANYL1AVING COMPANYT COMPANYHAVING
L1AVING HAVING PURC PURCHASED PURCHASEDhe D I IThe
The T he entire stock of PIANOS iNOS9 ORGANS j jare AND PIANO PLAYERS ETC flomthe flomtheDAYNES from the theDYNES
DYNES MUSIC CO are now i ioffered closing them out at a alower lower er price man than ever before beforeQffered beforeoffered i iof
offered We have also included a number numberfrom of our large stock of f Pianos and Organs OrgansWe Organsfrom Organsfrom
from the old stand in this sale saleWe I Id
d New Upright Pianos 1 in Fancy Cases 97 97We
We have more than 350 instruments that must be being sold at once in in order to save payrest pay l
ing rent of two stores stor es Everything marked in pi piPOND plain figures and such wellknown wellknownmakes i i imakes
makes ofpianQsas of pianqs as EVERETT KNABE KRANICH BACH HARDMAN IVERSr IVERSrPOND IVERS IVERSPOND
POND J C FISCHER LUDWIG LUDWIGand CO HARVARD HELLER CO SINGERand SINGERand SINGER SINGERVisivi
and many other makes to be sacrificed sacri ed at atarrangements less ess ess1ARVARD than LUdll Visivi ftjpf IdUUU factory APtr j UUoLa cost Acf ost ale Weare v R7ci U S55i3i dl are U YnsslnTso making lllcillllg lllcillllgY
arrangements to reach every possible buyer buyef of f a piano Y yictiiU IQUA or AT ui > organ Avcysivi in iii in the flio tut efcjiga biciii state Af ui of U f Utah Utahif uidJii Tfsili t l I IIf
f If f > you you contemplate J purchasing anything J musICal wrIte US USi usI
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